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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 3 March 1887

1 s. y- THE NEWS-HERALD. j fl j t y RK ESTABLISHED 1837. PROHIBITION Will Benefit the Business Interests Of the Village of Hills boro More Ways Than One. in let Every Voter of the Town who has the Heat Interests of Oar Citi zens at Heart Read and Act Accordingly. Some time during the year of 1880 the town of Natick, Mass., abolished saloons from their corporate limits, and the fol lowing extracts are from the address of the advisory committee of the Natick Economy and Order Association : Less than a year ago onr association was organized, for the purposo of im proving the administration of our town affairs, and the -banishment of the sa loons. This purpose the good judgment of our fellow-citizens approved, by n "no-licenBe'i vote and the election ot our nominees for selectmen. For the first ten months of the last municipal year there was paid out on selectman's ordeia a total of $32,093.82. Tho total amount paid out for tho same months this year was $28,309.73. This shows a decrease...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 3 March 1887

r i'-"! s tf rH NVt i ... . A I .The News-Herald. THVBIBAT, MABCHa. 1M7. IIILLSBORO. t I I OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. Robert Boxnir has been offered $100,000 for Maud S. Ax Eastern Arm is buying all the rat pelts It can in tho West. There are fifty-two newspapers pub lished in Dcs Moines, la. Flavics Josei'iics has been appointed t postmastcrshtp in Maine. One county in Missouri produced J5O.O0O worth of castor oil last year. An Icelander is in Washington Tcrritorj looking for a place to locato a colony. Shoes made of rice straw are worn by the laboring people in tho south of China. Gas and coal havo been discovered in good quantities near Ossawotamio, Kan. The remains of a linltlmoro editor were sold for ten dollars to a medical college. The city council of St. Louis has fixed eight hours as a legal work day for city laborers. A firm of pcrfumn-manufacturcrs aro about to establish a vast llowcr plantation in Florida. A physician says: "If a child does not thrive on fresh milk, boil it." ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 3 March 1887

TV Jr. K. M ' fe tl ;i 7 .,' 2rA" V- I s- OHIO IN EARLY DAYS. Tho Thurman Famlly.ln Ohlo'sFlrat Capital. A Short Sketch or Kx-Somtor Tlmnnnn 'A Hermit There Was VUo Lived la a Grot." There sta-ds on the north side of Main street. In Chillicothc, a well-built nncl woll-prcservcd frame house, that wan erected In 18B by tho father of Judgo Allen O. Thurman, about six yean after Mb removal to Chlllicotho (rom Vir ginia. Judgo Thurmnn'a father was for eight years an Itinerant Mothodtst minister, but had to giro up his active religious work on'occount of Ill-health, ills distinguished son lived In this house for nearly twenty years, and all his early association of Ufa, both domestic and profes. eional, are connected with It. THE TUUIIMAN HOMESTEAD. It was In thtshouso that his accomplished mother devoted so much of her time to the education of her only son, "and I owe more to my mother than to any other Instructor In the world," said ho a few days ago, when ho was talking over the. old U...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 3 March 1887

r I r I $ I' . L1 I-- r The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE News-Herald Publishing Company. 0. W. BARRERE. BEBEE BARRERE. subscription, n.so a year in advance. KATES TOR ADVEBTIS1NQ Made Known on Application. MARCH 3, 1887. All communications intended for pub licatlon should in future be addressed "News-Herald, Hillsboro, 0." "Ko saloons" is our watch-word. Chillicotho wants n free mail delivery. Has Joe Mulhatton been in Clei mont ? Ten skeletons were dug from one grave at Itatavia a few days ago. "Moro sales and more cash" is the ex perience of merchants and tradesmen where prohibition has been adopted. Show your colors ! You must be either for or against the cause of temperance. There is no half-way business about it. Ye who cry "Ruined business and stagnant trado" would do well to read the articlo "Prohibition" on our first pace. St. John is far below par in Kansas. The Legislature of that State has just changed the name of a county from St. John to Logan. Ex-Speake...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 3 March 1887

w "T-" v ' sl"! v m: n 4 y- The News-Herald. Offloei Hoggard Building, W. Main St. MARCH 3, 1887. The circulation of a newspaper deter mine the valns of It columns as an ad vertlilng medium. The NEWS-HERALD hat by far the largest circulation of any paper In Highland county, which fact ad vertisers would do well to bear la mind. Oar lists are open to their Inspection. March stock sales next Saturday. I Mr. Harry Lefevro is home for the summer vacation. Miss Mary Stevenson is visiting rela tives in New Jersey. m Mr. Carlisle Barrere, of Chilllcothe, was in town last Thursday. Mrs. S. S. 1'tingburn nnd son pren are visiting relatives in Sardinia. - Mr. Otway C. Morrow, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday with his parents here. George Roush is erecting a sawmill near the 0., W. & B. "round house." Hillsboro Lodge, No. 100, Knights of Pythias, is in a flourishing condition. 1 - AVe pay 82c' for good wheat at Model City Mills. Hiestand & Cowman. m Scrap iron of .best quality, is worth 60c...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 3 March 1887

'M rt i The News-Herald. TIICIiMIAY. MAllCHS, 1M7. 1HLLSB0R0. i i i OHIO A WARNING TO BASHFUL MEN. He sat beside her near tUo stovo, A prey to bashf nines ! To her he spotco no words of lot e, Nor sought her hand to press. No maiden ever had bcon woood Hy him! the fact wai plain. Tor silently ho Bat and chewod Tho knob upon his cano. Sometime ho at the celling gazed. Sometimes his glanca would str.iy To her, but when her eyes slio ruined. Ho looked another way. And thus they silent pat till sho Slid : "John, I ought to itato Tlwl rtv and jna are out to tea Anil won't 1 elurn till late. "Now white they're absent, do not teas, tint pray renumber this: My hard ou muvt not try to squeeze, Mor Meal from mo a kiss." At onco the knob that graced his cano John from hU mouth withdrew. And said: "I vMv't: don't think. Miss Jane, That I'd do that to j ou I" A deeper silenre then ensued Than had prevailed before; John vigorously his e.ino's knob chewed, A frown Jane's lsago wore. Aid thus they ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 3 March 1887

s r- '$v k ( Q.st 2' V i ' ft - sv- V FATHERLY BILL NYE. nil Capacity m a Will-Maker Evinced r Soma Remarkable Legacies. Mr. BUI Nye is responsible for the following fond, paternal epistle. It will be 'noted that he sets a shining example to other men of means by submitting in advance an outline of his proposed will for the consideration of his heirs: Mr Deak Henry: This is a dictated letter. The thoughts are mlno but the penmanship is that of a man named Beasley, who is doing tho chores for us this winter. ,My reason for hiring a private secretary Is that last Tuesday the strawberry blonde Shote slumped through a hole in the ice, and in striving to rescue him from a watery gravo I fell and broke one of my legs, just above tho fotlock. Kind friends came from everywhere to ask mo if it hurt much, and in a thousand different ways showed thoir gcntlo desire to draw mo into a spirited conversation. A doctor camo down from tho Insanitarium to set tho leg, and tied his horse to n littlo s...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 3 March 1887

1 l ' nw I"'- " ''C "' 11 '" ''" ' 7- ,- r IM 4 r i y- For Male. AFAUM of 111 ncros, about two mites south of Berryvlll,0.,on Belfast pike. Ill H good State Ot cultivation, with n ROOfl frame dwelling, linusound barn ; also n good Ming orchard. Will Mil tor tlSdollnra per aero. Apply to A. 1). A II. L. Wkigins, Heal Estate Agents, Htllsboro, O. SHERIFF'S SAIjE. Real Estate. The Fireman's Insurance Company, of Day ton, Ohio, vs Wra. M. M-ek and Hester DeB. MeeK Hlgnlaud Connty Court of Common fleas. Case. No.4d04. ALIAS ORDER OF SALE. lu pursuance ot an order Issued from the Court of Common Pleas within and fnr the County of Highland and stnto of Ohio, made at the October term there of A. D. 1880, and to me directed 1 will oiler for sale at publlo auction at tho dor of the Court House, In the town of Hlllsboro.on Saturday, March 2Gth, A. D. 1887, At IK o'clock p.m.of said day, the following described real estate, to-wlt : Situate In the county of Highland, In the Htateof Ohio and tu ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 March 1887

mfBcmmm OCtLitcZry sL' -fon.. n y , fmo." f&tfrtn'0t ,tM - THE NEWS-HERALD. pt rtea HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., Ov THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1887. VOL. 60-NO. 49 ESTABLISHED 1837. i i i I I A " IF YOU EXPECT TO RATE t- High in the Social Scale Yon Must Not Expectorate the Floor. v on It has reached us dimly from thobusy world without, that hia Honor, the Mayor, intends to have highways and by-ways cleaned up and purified, in the village of Hillsboro, county of Highland, State of Ohio. Will his Honor have the steps going up to the Public Library scrubbed thoroughly, and then fine any man or boy not less than one, nor more than five dollars for spitting on them? It is a dangerous feat for any lady to hole! several books and sundry belong ings in one hand, while with the other she wildly clutches at her daintily laun dried skirts, to save them if possible from contamination. We had hoped that the great imported race of spitters infesting Hillsboro had about died out that along with the olde...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 March 1887

"Kf f 'W jr- mminT ilJi'mi N or- -I t 1 a I H M h f f i'. IL t The News-Herald. THtJBAT. MAMCH 1. 1W7. HILLSBORO. i i I OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. ' Tni Chinese alphabet contains about 90,000 characters. Paris is said to consumo nearly fifty tons of snails In n season. Evert possible color and shade can now bo got from aniline dyes. Tjieiie Is n mnchlno out for making finger-nails almond-shaped. TiiEiic aro 5,000,000 tuberoses on ona plantation at San Mateo, Fla. Bors under sixteen years of ago can not buy tobacco at Grass Volley, Cal. Another Washington monument Is pro posed, to-bo paid for by the nation. Tne Scnato passed flfty-seVen pension bills In twcnty-llvo minutes, the other day. A Flokida motiier has two children, one named Jefferson Davis, the other Abraham Lincoln. Julia Tatlor, colored, expired a few days ago in St. Louis, at tho great ago of 111 years. A "Homo for Drunken and Depraved Women" is a philanthropic enterprise now under consideration in St. Louis. A macuine has bee...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 March 1887

) PIONEERS OP OHIO. Interesting Sketches of Prominent Old Sottlora. .V JTnry McAilow, Senator Jnmri lto., Dr. Win. Waddle, Jiulse McCllntick, and Utlicrs .V 1'amous Hotel. Before brlnirlne tho sketches of Ohio's Brat Capital to n cloo It will bo found profitable to suy sorocthini? about too distinguished lawyer, statesman and patriot for whom Rota County was named. James Hoss, of Pennsylvania, was ono of the strong characters that bord u useful and prominent part In the arduous and dcllcute work of founding this Government.' A Feder alist nnd a friend of Washington ho was WbrougUt into closo and Important relations with 'the great men of his day, nnd ho filled with I distinguished ability tho many positions of re- r1 Aivin.thtlltv nml tnat. thnt wpm iwaffflaptl niwin him. Ho was an active participant In tho debates of the Constitutional Convention, and In KM was appointed a Senator of the United States, nnd was onoot tho early presiding officers of the body of which he then became n...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 March 1887

rYJ t-w55v ? ?. . A" .J.- :h The News-Herald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BVTHK News-Herald Publishing Company. 8. W. BMRERE. BUEafjBARRERE. SUBSCRIPTION, II.SO A YEAR IN ADVANCE. RATEB IFOR ADVERTISING at ad Known en Application. MARCH 10, 1887. Congress 'adjourned on the 4th. Chicago was fifty years old lastTriday. m o The Sherman hoom is booming. Let Iter boom. Turn out the natural gas till the local option question is settled. Texas .is to vote on' a prohibition amendment op the first Monday o( August. Another session of a Democratic Con gress has come to a close, and Dakota is still a territory. The Glaze-Denver case was settled last week by Gen. Denver paying Glaze's electioneering bill in full. Fayette Re publican. Now that Mr. Powderly has attempted to prohibit boycotting, the next thing in order will be for the boycotters to boy cott him. The bill compelling instruction in the effects of narcotics on the human sys tem passed the home last Friday. It should also pass the Senate...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 March 1887

I ,- IT , -A 1 i i V, to . r' hr' x i ' y PRO OR CON, That Is, PRO-hibltion of the Liquor Traffic, Or CON-tontmont with Affairs As They Now Exist Here. Home Objections Answered Home Rea sons If ay We Are For Prohibition. The saloons benefit nobody. Alcohol has medicinal and mechanical uses, but as a beverage it is and always has been n source of trouble, misery, distress, dis ease, debauchery and crime. It hurts everybody. There is no one so fortunate that he has no relativo or friend inj ured by the drink habit. Every citizen from .pauper to President is touched by its influence. The question is a personal one with every man. But it is chiefly the drinker who suf fers from drink. It is ho who feels the bite of the serpent and the sting of tho adder and sees serpents and adders in profusion. He knows his degradation and feels his helpfulness. The home of the drunkard suffers with him. At his fireside squalor and pov erty hold sway. Want is seen iri the thin faces of the children, de...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 March 1887

iiJimTaaujaMyiaHBmaMMaar -.jw,r!H. 'i .Attf-VJ,, iT-fl wnjwi. I I ' -:x The News-Herald. THJ RABAT. HAHCH It. 1SS7. HILLSBORO. t i OHIO THE QUESTION ANSWERED. Brlchtly was the moon Inclining O cr her honcysucltlcd door: Sweet wni night In silver shining; Yot she yearned for something wore. PcrfuliSswerc her senses steeping In n f .lnt yet stihtlo tldo s Fragrant breith of roics sleeping Left I it still unsatisfied. 'Mid the lilacs, soft lamenting. Urlevcd the plalntlvo nlghtlngalo ; Yet she co'dly, half resenting, Listened listless to his tale. Though n night such peace possessing Should all captlousncss disarm, Yet she found herself confessing" Naturo somehow fullod to charm. Did the moon smile down too brightly? Lovo-blrrt weary with his trillr Hoses censo thi air too slightly? What oh I n hat was lacking still? As she. pondered thus In sadness, Stolo her Lover from the door, Clapsed her to his heart In gladness. Then the night lacked nothing more t Temple Bar TOLEDO BLADES. Tholr...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 March 1887

SasBaaaagaKfe mwrwrnsfumii 'J ,:,L.-J T" I R ; A l r TEMPERANCE BEADING. TYRANT ALCOHOL. Beneath Our free flag's swelling (olds A heartless tyrant reigns, Who loves to torture cnptlro souls, And bind with galling chains. In dram-shop vile and grand saloon, Behind gilt-hldlng screen, As smiling host and low buffoon, His agents may bo seen. They watch with eagerness Intense, And lie In wait (or men, Like tiger In a Jungle dense, And serpents In a (en. Ills poisoned weapon In their hands, Mora cruel deeds nave done Than scnlplng-knlrcs In savago lands, War clubs, or deadly gun. All through this land are smitten men, Who stagger In tho streets. Lie bruised In (oul Bend-haunted don, And loathsome dark retreats. II Into (air account we tako His victims seen and hid. Their blond would make a crimson Izlio, Their bones a pyramid! O, that his cruelties In naught But murder wo might nnd 1 His most satanle work Is wrought In ruined heart and mind. We see his baleful influence blight The bright...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 10 March 1887

.Li ;'," v ,l ,' -' f - SB ; I v If I t ' - s 1 I r L r f J u f t .v JT'fJ. fct Pffil- I I K . . ." i? - ' Vi2V . . aJfc.rtnH For Sale. A FARM or lit ueres, about two miles south nf Berry vUlit.O .on Belfast pike, in aeooclGtntr ot cu'ttVBtion, with a Rood frame dwelling hoaMiHiiil btrn ; also a good youug orchard. Will wll for f 18 dollars per ucrc. Applv to A. D. & H. b. WiaoiMs, Hcnl lMalo Arch Is, ltlllsboro, O. SHERIFF'S SALE. Real Estate. The Fireman's Insurance Company, of l)y lon. Ohio, v Win, !. Mek nnil Hester Dell. MceK. Illgnlaud Comity Court of Common Pleas. Caie. No.4301. ALIAS ORDER OF SALE. In pursuance of nn order Issued from the Court of Common Pleas within nnil for the County of Highland and State of Ohio, made at the October term tlipre of A. D, 1S86, and to me directed I will oiler for sale at public auction nt the dour of the Court House. In the town of Hlllsboro.on SAtnrday, March 20th, A. D. 1887, At 1H o'clock p m.of said day, the following described rea...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 March 1887

M'J"l"r''' r-T 'V.V '(W Up 1 ? CvUxIaAOv Mfc AC-Wi -. 5WW; l uw swa. .h )' a NEWS-HERALD. WPpIAkIs, (T ESTABLISHED 1837. HILLSBORO, HIGHLAND CO., O., THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887. VOL. 50 NO. 50, fkc-idM .j.inroiiriiliH-tf- ' ''"-- ?-- THE Lx r- V l" i J, 4 h ' r-t - THE TRAMP Away Down in What Dixie, Was But Which is Now the South. New Pleasant Journey Over the Picturesque Queen and Crescent Route. Tho Great tad Oaly Chattanooga, ike Coning Metropolis of the South and tbe Claciansti of Tennessee. CitATTAKOooA, Tonn., Mar. 4th, '87. Mr. Editor and DEAtt Reader (par ticularly dear reader) : Here I am. I have been lnha)taooga two days and already I am a native and I have hopes of soon being one of the oldest inhabi tants. Since Doc Hirons just wrote two col-' umns about this place, and as Barrere II was down this way only last fall, and wrote so much about the town and tho beautiful scenery to be beheld along the Queen and Crescent Route (Cincinnati Southern), it might seem that there be ...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 March 1887

"fcJW i sy ' '- a Yl VV ;?.' i i ." A fy. ft V tys -vti -ml ?& s mm The News-Herald. HTOSMStAY. MAMOilT. 1M7. HILLSBORO. i t t OHIO CURRENT TOPICS. A full cosmetic set, that comet In the hape of a watch, Is out. The editor of a new Texas paper says he has only six subscribers. Lamp-bursirs should be boiled once a week In a solution of soda. Michigan's Iron mines are preparing for an immense spring output. Ur in Maine they think spruce gum is a grand thing for dyspepsia. Mrs. Cuvkland is spending her Lenten leisure In studying French. BecrstahyManninq will go to Europe for tho benefit of his health. Vbrmoxt farmers are engaging help at 15 to 120 a month and board. W. Ball, of Folk Countv, Fta., will plant nursery of China "soap" trees. Tennessee has chartered twelve new railroad companies in five weeks. Philadelphia has won the fight, and will Save five cent fares on Its street cars. Telxorafhic communication has been opened between Mexico and Guatemala. The once famous Cardiff M...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 March 1887

r "a". v vm w i r.i- m ri :j , i W- w. fl i v' THE SUMMONS AftSWEHED. Rev. Henry Ward Beeoher Dies in Brooklyn. he World's Greatest rreoelier Pum UuUtly Awrsy While Asleep The Lwl Scene Sketch of III. Career. Nbw YoitK, March 8. Henry Word Bcecher dlodntonoa. m. The patlont began to link slowly nttcr midnight. Mid the watchers at nil bedside noon saw that tho end was near. Mr. Ileechcr passed quietly uway whllo asleep. He never recovered consciousness after paralysis stupefied his mind. It Is, of courso, too early yot to announce any thing definite about the funeral, but toe inter ment will probably be in areenwood. Mr. Beecher never bought a lot there, but hi children and eomo of his grandchildren He en Evergreen Mil on the plot of Mrs. John T. Howard. Mr. Dcecher's twin babies died on the same day, when tho after wards famous preacher was young at.d poor and comparatively unknown. He was living at tho tlrao In Mr. Howard's house, and was given space on Evergreen lull. It Is possib...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News-Herald. — 17 March 1887

KT ' J V. v- V if ! J IV'JIW 'n- jJ-' i . raviy - Tpir a- f s. Vj ?V I ? rn 35 ' n. f Hie News-hcrald. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY -BY THE News-Hendd Publiihinf Company. a. w. iarreiie.. KBEE41ARRERE. tuBtcmmoN, ti.so a yiah in advance. RATES FOR AJpVERTISING Mid Known on Application. MARCH 17. 1887. Liberty Tewasalp Convention. To the qualified voten of Liberty Township, Highland dmMy, Ohio: You are hereby notified to meet at your respectiVe voting places in said Liberty Township on Saturday, March 20th, A. D. 1880, between', the hours of 2 and 5 p. m. of said day to nominate candidates' for the following officers: One Trustee. Clerk., Treasurer. Two Assessors. Two Constables. AU voting to bo by ballot, and the persons receiving the highest number of ballots will be .declared the nominee. The places of meeting will be the County Commissioner's office in Court house and Mayor's office in City Hall. Hillsboro Corporation Convention. To the qualified voters of the incorjwrated village of...

Publication Title: News-Herald, The
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