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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 20 November 1878

\mmm mm^iii aw St. Paul & Sioux City R. R. Sioux City & St. Paul R. R. Worthington & Sioux Falls R.R. THE OLD RELIABLE SIOUX CITY ROUTE The People's Favorite Line, BETWEEN MINN ESOTA AND NEBRASKA, COLORADO, CALIFORNIA, Missouri, Kansas and Texas. First-Class in all its ^AppointmentsElegant Sleeping Conches, Miller Platforms, Westinghouse Automatic Air Brakes, and all the approved appli ances for SPEED, SAFET Y, and COMFORT. Ten Hours Time and Hundreds of Miles Distance Saved, by taking this Route. For Through Tickets, Time Tables, or other in formation, apply to your Local Agent, or to the General Ticket Agent. St. Paul. Trains pass Knsota Station as follows: Going' East. St. Paul Express 7:40a.m. St.Paul accom. 12:45 p.m. Going West. Omaha Express 7:07 p. m. Worthington accommo dation 12:45 p. m. J. W. Bishop, G. P. Lincoln, Gen. Manager, Supt. W. H.-Dixon, General Ticket Agent. C. & N. W. LINES. THE CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAY Embraces under one management ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 20 November 1878

6 Wind Ana Sea. BT BAYARD TATLQB. The sea is a jovial comrade He laughs wherever he goes Hia menment shines in the dimpling lines That wrinkle his hale repose He lajs himself down at the feet of the sun, And shakes all over with glee And the broad backed-billows fall faint onlfat Shore, .tt-^" In the mirth of the mighty sea. J^*n% p- if But the 'wind is sad and restless,? And cursed with an inward pain Tou may kark as you will, by valiey or hm,??** But vou hear him still complain. He wails on the bairen mountains And shrieks on the watery sea He sobs in the cedar, and moans in the pine, And shudders all over the aspen-tree. We]come are both their voices And I know not which is best The laughter that slips from ocean's lips, Or the comfortless wind's unrest. There's a pang in all rejoicing, A joy in the heart 01 pain And the wind that saddens, tile sea that glad dens. Are singing the self-same strain. FERE COVIN. CHAPTER I. I was at the top of my coura grassy slope, thickly set with ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 20 November 1878

I! Ease %ttainale 1T the Klieumatlc Yes, althou gh they may despair o{ rehi, it attainable by lheumatic sufferers, for there is a remedj which carries off, by means of in ci eased activity of the kiduejsimportant channels for blood punlicationthe acrid ele ment to which pathologists the most eminent attnbute the painful symptomsa theory completely borne out by urinary anHlyt-is. The name of this gran depurent is Hostet ter's Bitters, a pi eparation likewise celebrat ed as a rtmedy for constipation, which causes contamination of the blood wit 1 the bile and a certain means of relief in dyspepsia fec and ague and nervous ailments It it-, perhaj s, the finest tonic extant and is highly recommended a& a medicinal stimulant by distinguished physicians and analysts, who pronouncp it to be eminently pure and yery btnthual The press also endorses it Wi liiainJCfraco As a general inquiry of "What's Grace's Salve, and who is its originator may seem to be i question woithy ot being answere...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 20 November 1878

if! i *i 4 4. NEW ULM ANJ) YJCINITY. Wednesday, November 20th, 1878. DISTRICT COURT. The November term of the District (Court convened in this ity yesterday, Judge Cox presiding. There are thir teen cases QII the civil caleftdar, which comprise the following cases. CIVIL CALENDAR. 1John N. Nenno, vs. the Winona & St. Peter Eailroad Co. 2S. L. Sheldon, vs. Ole Nilson and Iver Knudson. 3YV. H, Stevens, vs. W. Mont gomery. 4Geo. Hoffmann, vs. Gottfried Ivassulke and Anna C. Kassulke. 5James Leahy, vs William Day, Anne Day and Luman C. Gilbert. 0James Brayley, vs Wm. H. Kelly. 7Mary Karl, vs Simon Kail. $Ferdinand Heimer,vs J.Schwartz rock etal. 9Ernestine Heimer, vs Ferdinand Heimer. 10Nicholaus Baasen, vs Mary Baa sen. 11Louisa Buggert, vs William Bnggert. 12~01e Halverson, vs the Town of Linden. 13John Johannes, vs The Town of Linden. There are also several criminal cases to come before the grand jury. NEW PATENTJacob Essig, of Mil ford, has been granted Letters Patent No. 228,72...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 November 1878

tt mm)mmm*mmmmmm#im*mim*m^&*&m VOLUME I. rUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETEB* Office orei City Drag Store. TERMS ONE Domra PER TEAR I N ADVANCE. BATES O AOTEBTI8MU. Ten Lines BREVI ER makes a Square. Space 1 1 Square 8 Squares Column & Column Column M. JUENEMANN, MANXJTACTUBBR AND DEALER IN Harnesses, Collars, Saddle's, Whips, C- Aja. H. CHADBOORW, President. NEW ULM jejcfelij %zmtw. 1 in 6 6 lyr 1 501 3 00 2 00 4 00 700 12 00 4 501 00 6 00 10 00 10 00 16 00 lb 00 30 00 60 00 50 00 1 25 3 00 5 00 800 3 75 6 00 10 00 16 00 Saddlery, Blankets, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery, and all custom work pertaining to my business promptly attended to. Minn St., Next Door to Ziher'? Saloon, NEW ULM. PPEFFERLE, Dealer ii GROCERIES and PROVISION Canned, Dried and Green Fruit, *OTT AND FKEI). 8TOSB, "WOOTIBH AND H.iA VTAE*. MINN ST NEW ULM. MINN. C. H. ROSS, Cashier BROWN CO BANK, Cor. Minn, and Centre Streets. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA Collections and all bu*ines pertaining to banking PRO...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 November 1878

Hctxr fllro 3m&m> JA8. BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEW ULM MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS. A pious French prieBt recently gave out an announcement of a procession to take place the next day, as follows: "If it rains in the morning the procession will take place in the afternoon, and if it rains in the afternoon the procession will take place in the morning." General Grant was offered a Knight hood by the King of Portugal, but de clined the proffered honor, because, says the cable, '"the law of the United States made it impossible for an officer to wear decorations, and, although he was not now in office, he prefered to respect the law."' Thirty-six years ago the Island of Samoa had a population ot 34,000, all ot whom were barbarians. The population now numbers 80,000, the majority ot whom are Chiistians. In the theologi al seminary are sixty students, and twenty missionaries are sent out every year to the neighboring islands. The King of Holland, in justification ot hh marriage, says:...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 November 1878

1 STAGE ROBBING IN TEXAS. It Is Not an Unprofitable Occupation. [Galveston (Texas) Newa. The robbing of stages and mails beyond Fort Worth had become amusingly monot onous, if such a state of mind is possible, when a slight shock was given to the monot ony by the recent casual shooting of one of the highwaymen in an unofficial interference with the regular order of amusements in Robber's Hollow. Doubtless the man Ross who fired the fatal shot will apologize to the State and federal authorities for his violent intrusion upon the scene, and serene impunity for stage and mail rifling, inter rupted without their agency or sanction, will soon be le-established on the road to Fort Yuma. Doubtless, judging from the past, it is safe to assume that the stages and their contents, including passengers, will continue to be systematically robbed. Of course, on each repetition of the performance there is a new set of passengers, a new and deeply interested audience, so to speak, but the programme...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 November 1878

OCEA N PERILS. Vessel Foundered in Mid-Ocean Saved from a Horrible ffleaik. New YtH-ls Telegram, 16th. The American schooner, George E. Thatcher, foundered in raid-ocean on the 19th ult., while sailing from Boston to the west coast of Africa. The vessel sprung a leak in a terrible storm. One of the waves that swept the deck carried the captain over board and he was lost. A midnight on the 19th the vessel began to settle fast, and the crew prepared to em bark in the lifa-boat. It was suc cessfully launched. The cabin-boy was put into it to keep the oars, and at 2 o'clock the crew followed. They had no time to save anything but what was on their backs. One ham composed the stock of provisions. No water was at hand. The mate took with him his sextant, the ship's chronometer, and a few other nauti cal instruments. The crew had not been long off the schooner when she was struck in the counter by a heavy sea and then gave a great lurch to leeward before she plunged head downward into the ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 November 1878

St. Paul & Sioux City R. R. Sioux City & St. Paul R. R. Worthington & Sioux Falls R.R. THE OXD RELIABLE SIOUX CITY ROUTE The People's Favorite Line, BKTWEEH MINN ESOTA NEBRASKA, COLORADO, CALIFORNIA, Missouri, Kansas and Texas. First-Class in all its {AppointmentsElegant Sleeping Coaches, Miller Platforms, Westinghouse Automatic Air Brakes, and all the approved appli ances for SPEED, SAFETY, ill COMFORT. Ten Hours Time and Hundreds of Miles Distance Saved, by taking this Route., For Through Tickets, Time Tables, or other in formation, apply to your Local Agent, or to the General Ticket Agent. St. Paul. Trains pass Kasota Station as follows: Going East. St. Paul Express 7:40 a.m. St.Paul accotn. 12:40 p.m. Going West. Omaha Express 7:07 p. in. Worthington accommo dation 12:45 p. m. J. W. Bishop, G. F. Lincoln, Gen. Manager, Supt. W. H. Dixon, General Ticket Agent. C. & N. WFANNING LINES. THE CHICAGO fe HORTH-WK8TKRK RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trun...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 November 1878

AT WEST POIJfT. vTjras Commencement eve, and the ball-room belle 5 la her-dazzlin beauty was mine that night As the music dreamily rose and fell, Ann, -flip Wljlt?esrs*(hi4e in ablaze Oflight I ciltt'-fiee them nowip^the mooabeain's glance Across the street on a billowy floor That rises and falls with the merry dance To a mubip that floats my heart, more. A longr half hour in the twilight Of tbcShrubberyshe, with co And dainty arms in theirflowing. A dreanr of saints and love and Tace^ In the splendor there of her queenly smile, Through her two bright eyes I could see the glow Of cathedral windows, as up the aisle^ We marched to music's ebb ana flow, All in a dream f Commencement eve! I remember I awkwardly buttoned a glove On the damty arm in itsflowingsleeve. With a broken sentence of hope and love, But the' diamonds thai flashed in her wavy hhir, And the beauty that 6hone in her faultless face, Are all I recall as struggled there A poor brownflym a web of lace. Yet a laughing, co...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 November 1878

mgmmmmmmmm 4* A. Reliable Xif lMiir* Poucy "We take i^easnre^ffcomineii^EWg to our readers a thoroughly safe and reliable life in evrance agency, whose funds or assets are inexhaustible. It4&a st^pck company, opera ting under'the jpiiif titleHea&h. Life, poli cies are 'issued larthe iQixh ox JE)r. Force's Golden Medical Discovery aiid Pleasant Pur gative Pellets (which, if taken as directed, insure the system against disease) upon pay ment of a yery small fee. All the principal druggists are constituted agents. CAREFULLY AVOID THE USE of rasping ca- thartics. They weaken the bowels and leave them worse offthan before. Use iiietead, that salutary, non-irrating aperient and anti-bil ious medicine, DR. MOTT'S VEGETABLE LIVEB PILLS, which will not only achieve'the desired object, relaxation of the bowls, without causing pain or weakening them, but pro mote digestion and assimilation and depurate the blood. The pills are sold by all drug It costs but one cent to send a postal car...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 27 November 1878

m^wmmmmmm* t^to** NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Wednesday, November 27th, 1878. See Bobleter's advertisement of ho liday goods in another column. & Our merchants are receiving and o* pening out large inovices of holiday goods. Remember the Governor's Guard Thanksgiving ball at Ar belter Hall to morrow evening. 'ire/! Prof. Zeng's full orchestra has been engaged by the Governor',s Guard for to-morrow evening. The wife of Col- Samuel D, Shaw, of Butternut Valley, died a few. days ago at the age of 80 years.:'1 The Redwood Gazette says that a paper is about to be started at Lam berton, and that the first number will appear this week. You are only required to pay ten dol lars royalty for the priyilage of driving a hole in the ground. "Frens, look yust a Jeedleout." Snow fell to the debth of about two inches last Sunday, but Monday wasa gain nice and clear and the snow nearly all disappeared before night. Get your life insured! Young Ame rica is not responsible for his acts and may pop you o...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 December 1878

WfflLttkhi MMWB OV ADTBBTMMU. Ten Lines "BBKVIBB" makes a Square. Space MINN ST, NEW Vtf, MINN C." CHIDBOURN, NEW ULM Station*.President's rUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office ovei City Drug Store. TERMS: O DOIXAS PER TEAS a ADVAKCK. 1 1 m|3m rsi 1 50J 00 1 25 2 00} S 75 3 00 4 00 6 0010 5 00 7 00 10 00 8 00 12 0016 0030 1 Square Squares Column Column 1 Column M. 6m 4 50 600 0016 16 00 0050 JUENEMANN, iyr 9 00 10 00 00 30 00 00 XAKC7ACTURBR kKD DE1LS8 XV Harnesses, Collars, Saddles, Whips, Saddlery, Blankets, etc., etc., etc. Upholstery, and all custom work pertaining toraybusiness promptly attended to Minn St, Next Door to Ziher'* Saloon, NEW ULM fFEFFERLE, Dealer is GROCERIES and PROVISION'. Canned, Dried and Green Fruit, *^GTT1t AND FEKP. STOVK, WOOPBN AVD ^ZiiuiAjT? TTASS. C. Rosa, Caehier President. BROWN CO BANK, Cor. Minn, and Centre Streets. KSW ULM, MINNESOTA. Collections and all business pertaining to banking PROMF1LY ATTENDED TO. INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILTIY &a...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 December 1878

Ucw Him f^euteucr. JAS. BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEW TJLM MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS.* 1 "Th ere was a curious "breach of prom lse 'Case in London lately. The plaintiff tes tified that the wicked defendertt had lured her away from a man by whom she had had several children, and who al lowed her 380 a year. was himself the lather of a child of hers, 7 years old, and. after promising to marry her, had crueiiy departed and allied himself to another, even as she had done in the case of the generous father of her other chil dren. The jury gave her a verdict for 870. Mrs. Anderson, ol Chicago, rented her property to a German who proposed thereon to open a beer garden. She was cited before the Trinity Methodist Church, of which she is a member, for violating temperance principles and 'hen she asked ber pastor, the Rev. Mr. Crafis, why he didn't discipline some of the male members of the congregation who had similarly offended, notably one brother, who owned a block wherein are saloons and ro...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 December 1878

Meeting". FROM THE SPANISH. Mauy years have floated by Since we parted, she and I. Now together here we stand, Eve to eye and hand to hand. 1 can hear her trembling siehs, See the sweetness in her eyes. Silently I hold and press Her soft hand with tenderness. Silence, who shall fathom thee? Who read the mystery Hidden between loving eyes. Burning hands, and answering sighs? -Ilellen S. Conant, in Harper's Magazine Octobtr. I WISH I'D REMAINED AT HOME." A THANKSGIVING STORY. "The Badgerleys coming here to spend Thanksgiving?" said Mrs. Nettingley. "Not if I know it." Mrs. Nettingley was a close-fisted and calculating matron, who lived in a house in a stylibh neighborhood, in New York, and was one of those who, of her maid-ol all-work expressed it, '-would skin a flee to save the hide and tallow." Mrs. Net tingly liked to make a show, but she had a deep-rooted aversion to spending money. And entertaining company on Thanksgiving day was one of the tilings that could not be accomplished...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 December 1878

"tftMMA^Mftww *z238!r liiiidcn Corresponilaiicc. Linden. Nov. 20th. 1878. Editor Revieivr Thinking it may perhaps interest some of your many readers to know how the late political prize fight came out, I will in haste send you a report thereof. A rumor had been in circu lation for sometime privious that a political prize fight would be fougth at Linden on the 5th inst, in view of which rumor the people commenced to arrive at the designated place at early morn, the ring was soon formed and everything got in readiness. The Hon, Mr. Hermer, of the [Norsk American I/idepy/ide?it, was choosen as arbitra tor, which, in my opinion, was a very fortunate selection and eminently pro per, as Mr. Hermer never was known to have political Scrupulousness. Mr. Hermer was invited to make a few remarks, the invitation was accepted, and Mr. Hermer commenced by telling his hearers that it is a very unfortu nate time we are living in, that nobody but honest men got office nowdays, that he himself had mo...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 December 1878

Uu St. Paul & Sioux City R. R. Sioux City & St. Paul R. R. Worthington & Sioux Falls R.R. THE OLD RELIABLE SIOUX CITY ROUTE The People's Favorite Line, BETWEEN MINN ESOTA AND NEBRASKA, COLORADO, CALIFORNIA, Missouri, Kansas and Texas. First-Class in all it* lAppointmentsElegant Sleeping Coaches, filler Platforms, Westinglionse Automatic Air Brake*, and all the approved appli ances for SPEED, SAFETY, and COMFORT.Singer Ten Hours Time and Hundreds of Miles Distance Saved, by taking this Route. For Through Tickets, Time Tables, or other in formation, npply to your Local Agent, or to the General Ticket Agent. St. Paul. Trains pass Kasota Station as follows: Going East. St. Paul Express 7:40 a.m. St.Paul accotn. 12:45 p.m. Going Went. Omaha Express 7:07 p. m. Worthington accommo dation 12:45 p. m. J. W. Bishop, G. F. Lincoln, Gen. Manager, Supt. W. H. Dixon, General Ticket Agent. C. & N. WFANNINGS LINES. THE CHICAGO ft KORTH-WE8TKRK RAILWAY Embraces under one management t...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 December 1878

The Turkey's Last Bequest. Now, haik ye, merry gentlemen, And hush your foolish squabbles, And listen to the Turkey, when, Bis last request he gobbles ft The scanty time I have to live Is spent in observation So pray you, gentlemen, forgive The Tnrkey's dissertation. I do observe among you all ||8 A selfishness surprising, .'C^ Toure satisfied when others fall, Av^ And envious when they're rising. $- This wicked world a barn-yard is, %&!'* And, when a corn shower rattles, Each craves a shai that is not his, And with his neighbor battles. *$ The jaunty fowl with head in air, He crows in exultation The rest a look of meekness wear, And fawn adulation. But let misfortune cl his wings, You meet him with suspicion, And every friend the whisper flings That wafts him to perdition. 0 petty race of greedy men That kills me at Thanksgiving, Does conscience never pi CK you when You see the way you're Irvine? How many of you spend your days In honest, cheery labor 9 Whose head upon his pill...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 December 1878

Parisian Women: "A Legend.'.' The eagemess,\the t^ ~^'''ftiep*fot the Parisian women, especially as shewn at balls, remind mo of the legend of the dead dancers, known- with us, as the Willia. These are young ladies who died before their wedding-day, bus whose unsatisfied love pi* dancing .has .re* mained so. strong that they ascend from their graves every night,, and, assembling in great hosts oh the highway, abandon themselvee, during the midnight hour,, to the wildest dances. Adorned'with their wedding-dresses, with wreaths, of flowers on their7 heads, and sparkliDg rings on their pale hands, the'rresistibly beautiful Willis daace in the mo6nlight,,and their movements grow wilder and more impet uous as they feel that the hour vouchsafed them draws to its close, and .that they must again descend to their coM, icy graves.Heine. Well fed fowls of any breed, and such as have alljthey need for their comfort and thrift, from chickenhood upward, make, excellent poultry for market, or Ipr...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 4 December 1878

NEW ULM AND VICINITY. Wednesday, December 4th, 1878. Mexican silver dollars are now only taken at 75 eents. Look out for four Jew peddlers. They are dead-beats. Leave your orders for Christmas trees at the City Drug Store. Since the cold snap last week busi ness has somewhat improved. Come and see the grand opening out of holiday goods at the City Drug Store. Garynot the one with the brass buttons, but the town of Garyis go ing to have a brass band. "Justice" has been heard from, but for want of space his communication must necessarily lay over, H. Eudolphi has moved his boot & shoe store into the room lately vacated by Fr. Quense, in Friton's building. We understand that Chas. H. Mxon, of Foit Bidgely, has opened a store at Hector Station, on the Hastings & Da kota load. Thanksgiving passed off pleasantly in our city. Divine services were held in the Methodist and Lutheran churches. We understand that the New Ulm Artillery company, Capt. Burg, will give a ball at Turner Hal...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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