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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

xsiffisn^a-^^eacja.:-lf cw»»n«^™«'"i^'™«W«"l *^l"'~™"- '*^ '1"1* ^**mmw*m***mkmm*mmmmlm»mSmwmm SMiTH—Ir Dimock, Feb. 19, Ainw.'Sutitb, agetl ': -68 years. •'- _'!•"'-. . ;A '•._ . "Ay*" Browk—In Leiiox, Fob. 23d, Seo. W. Browh, aged46 years.\ A. ru' ; B«6wN-^In lieiiox, Feb. IS^Miaerva, widow of the late John fJrowh, agejl 65 years. %< ¦¦ . B^tADsir^w-^lo'Foircfit-;Iiake,J»W. 22<1, Arlet'e Granger, wife of Salmon BrivdsUaw| aged 34 ; ..years.- v--.l ';,..;. - i -

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

The Markets. —————-—. ~—_—______^_________________ New York Produce Market. Reported Breryj Waek Expressly for Thb Homtbobx Dkmochat by Rhodes 4 Server, Produce Commit slon Morcnants. 28 WMUhallStreet^ewYork. Kew York, Friday, Feb. 25,1876. ¦ ' ' : BUTTER. Receipts last six days........ .16,839 pkgs. There is a fair movement in nil grades of State butter above common, and the market consid-. ered to be in a good healthy condition. Really fancy grades *t& scarce and from certain retail dealers who insist on quality at whatever cost, extreme prices are readily obtainable. State Dairies, fine! 33 @ 83c Slate Dairies,good to prime...27 @ 80c State Dairies, lair I to good 24 @ 26c State Firkins, choice, selected..31 @ 33c State Firkins, gocd to prime....27 • @ 29c . State.Firkius, fair to good.... .23 @ 26c . State Pails, dairy, choice — <gi —c State Pails.dairy.good to prime 26 @ 30c; State Pails.common to fair... .22 • @ 24c ¦ y CHBESE. • , ¦ A - f } . f Receipts...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Iron, Hartware, etc. lAWi&ciilif ' '-'•¦' Dealemla STOVES, TIN, COPPER & SHEET IRON WARJ.S, HOUSE FUBNISHING GOODS, AND BUIJjD. |; ER& HARDWARE, &a '. !' .-A''1.-'' '-.' Agenti for - - \.' \ '¦ ¦"¦¦ ' ¦ '-,.:¦: .- ¦'••'''A. , ¦ . ".:. ¦ . •' BBANCHARD, BARTLET & CO^, SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, WINDOWS, CORNICE MOULD-¦*¦• INGS,;&C.,-' "•• '¦'•-'•¦ -. which we will sell at Bla&chard, Bartlet S> Go's. pr*tc« NAILS, SCREWS, LATCHES, BUT! e*;, SASH AND BLIND FASTENi ERS AND HINGES, HOES, ; j-'- FORK SHOVELS, RAKES, i WIRE GOODS, AC. i- ••¦¦' '!' "T—',;-.' Special Inducements on -Pans* Pails, Cockv *b6 all Dairying Goods.. v IRON CLaD, FIRST PREMIUM, MILK PANS. (John Hayden, General Agent) OTSEGO COUNTY LUMBER, PLATFORM. SPRING AND BUGGY WAGGONS. '! Unsurpassed for Style ;and DlirabiKty, *m^m» m-bbmm We bare recently acded to our a«fectl«- of Storei The Cbntennul Cook, made by Rathbone, Sard <fc Co., Alkaay K. ¥.. ana thf...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

! J-flC-^IS-tTP^f: A 4T*. -Wnf*r ¦' ' Vanaukek—_|ly—la Br^j^lyn^ Pa^Feb. 23d, by Rev. J. ti. Weston, Jamei A. Vknauken and Emma <p, Ely, all-of Brooklyn.; Smwh—TesoW—A;i; the bouse ! of the bHde's patients in vDimock, Feb. 23d, by Eld. A.; L. Post, Eugene 8, Smith and Clant Tingley, both of Dlmock. ;;[' J Van Bcskirk—Garpeinter—In Harford, at the residence of Mr. E. N. CarpenVePvoii the 23d inst., by Rev. A. Miller, David! A. Van Uj_skirk and Addie A Carpenter. ; y.A Tif^ant—VAkADKBN-^-At the house oKfh< btide's father in Brooklyn, Pa., Frb 28d, by Rev. J. H. Weston, Edwin E. Tiffany, til Dimonk, and Emma: h. YanSuikefo, danghter of Isaac Vanauken.iesq. V__^y pjUBLIC SALE OE ¦; ^'-^ ¦ ¦ ¦ • i ¦ • i.,.' ' 3E»o*-«o«i.Al ';;aparoi_'"©ap;t3r. '• The underslgned.havmg; sold his farm, will sell on the premises, in Silver Lake, 4 milesaorth of Montrose, Vf Jlhe old Chenango Turnpike, on THEH8DAY, ^ , ydtt V^°, Cl ^a! -.following .One span of Mares-8 years old, I two year ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Dried Potatoes. :A German' journal thus describes the manafactare of "dried potatoes," ascoHducted 4 Carsten's works in Lubec*. • "The potatoes are peeled with the h*d and cut into disks by a mjehirteiy TUbe* are put m%b«Het, and tins in i^boUer where the potatoes ar? iiefirly- (but not quite boiled. The disks are nex^pnt on wire frames in a dry oven, where. they are dS quite hard. It^is important o preserve the color of the lotatoe^ and 0 & tbeir turning gray, as> J%^ bv the Pfcova process alone, the material ^slicingirtrea^dwithcold w^r^) which has been added l^ei cent.] of sujphuric acid, or 1to 2 per cent, ot .mnn. U:iaOi«.,TThtaiH»-W^!nJ2^ ter and the dTying proceeds, Jj&IW aration obtained, which has lost pone of itsBtarch, ii of a sightly citroi^ow tint m transparent like gnm. Boiled with water and a lit* salt it is .aidjo resume the nattifdl tdolor and fibrous structure of potato,?,,and ^ ^t.aistii}- guisuablelA taste from newly-boiled potatoes;'...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

AatumntPlantfns ]?*¦ Poi«*<»e ^ Experiments have been conducted in. Pari§ with reference to a method x>f autumn planting ot potatoes, by which new potatoes mav be dug in January. ¦•-_ ihe sets are planted in August on a thin layerof *alt, which appears to be the;jpeoml 8ecretmtheprocess,Aknd the potatoes are krthed in September, the giouud being cleared of weeds in Qetober. The ref^ltis a «rop of seven or eightxfairgized tuberf to each root in tfahnary.

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

j Railing Babbits For Food. •'. The value of rabbits artificially bred in Franci as food is -reported to be $80,-000,000* annually. Besides this their skins, wliich are employed for a great variety o:: uses, either with or without the fur, represents large sum, the value of the exIpOrtations to Italy alone reach iu2 $5,000,000 in a single year. A >. The flesh of these rabbits is used principally by the poorer classes, whom it supplies f with a cheap and nutritious diet, which if it could only he suppn-'d ftom bee^, mutton and pork they could not afford. " ¦' '¦''-," , ' Lately, the extensive breeding of rabbits lias been in traduced' in to Italy by M.Cestamagua, of Turin- Sii.'Ce .1874 he has (erected extensive nurseries for breeding these animals, which, he has thrown open to inspection his primary idea^for profit being the fur, which previously he had bten obliged to export from France •';'• "Connected with the-nursery of M. Cosiamagna is a factory for the preparati...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Jaw--:*^ .^Wttat Will I?ay. - ferj after year the crops are. niove^oft witlidut returning anything;to theBoil.--Manwea are put under the rains and the droppings of eaves until 'they are drained of tiffeirA Wst materials and .rendered-. SelffegS^ . This; could be plated by biWchekp Sheds"taW the ^- nureW-ttt|>^i ;h-om the tables.. , This can be dole iferfc small .cost aud(will pay Winter is not a good' time £o }*JJtfor such a purport --this it is better to Lid now than not at a1. ^'^nldalso be used in the stables to P^Ube escape of ammonia, and care fehould be taken to keep itiiii a* goooV ,tonditioa as possible: If-the barns and yards are so aituatedlthat^the wascihgslarc cifrned oit by every rain a little tim< with ateam, plow and scraper will make a ditch ( a broad, open one it should be) arout d the bam on three sides; then at all times kPPn this filled With the trash and.httei which naturally.accumulates about tn© haru 'Hie ditch .will hold the. water, et...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Ai plying Manures. ——- ,' ' 1 ..: By a sene4ofr experiments I made some years a^o, in England, it was shown that butrnvard .-in u.uifS benefited crops the most the, first season ¦'¦when covered about two inches: ceep.with soil. This; result appears reasonable, but the question is, how-ahfartners^ place iheir manures in theground at this 'depth ? it is not practicable iii any case,but they can approximate t. it in some cases. - When manure is plowed kinder in the ordinary ] way, some of it is1 c-.vercd too deep, to benefit tlie -orop the same season, and it is made available if the land be plowed the seco.id year. Some farmer* plow their land, then spread On the manure and harrow it in,; but:much ofjt is left ; upon the surface; and is partially lost, as ! the amtnonik that goes off in theattnosphere is the virtue of the manure itself. It is strange that we should find intelligent farmers, at':this\late day in agn, cultural pre gress, who deny •/.that bami yard manure can be in...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Profit in Pickles. ..'--'•- - _. '- i i Many farmers in this state do not know that they can realize more money from raising cucumbers .thto-from anyithe crop. There is always a Ud demand for them if they are .picked small, and well cured. They should -"be salted by making strong.pickle, not dry salted, astTa t will shruvk them upand cause a loss to the grower as well as to the.^rtiee who put them'up for market, ^are now compelled to go to(Chicago for picKles, on account oi the scarcity of them liere. Even in. Boston and Jfcew York the supply does not meet the demand and mil ions of dollars go ^ out of this tfatefortheve^ ship to other large cities. Ima ^me is well adapted to the growing cucumbers. —Mainh Farnwr. i . * ' _ in of -The above flta, pur tease every .ee pect, as well as it d^es that Maine.-We could "beat all: Creation" raising cucumbers, and everything is dec^edly fayomble with us & te^*Mj™* pickles, vet we must send away to Chica-JSbiSt: Louis orBaltimor...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Butter Seirteb; (Candy), ^Onecup of molasseg, ^two cups of snii^oneiiad a M\t teaspoonmipf soda, we te^popnlnl PfLfiavQnng^ little water andboil uutiHiard. r ^ • ^o^theif animal should <*#ed «i a^ird ;*itfi sHeep, ftw it irill «»ly im\ jo ?ex»tion And lesM* y'V';:v--:'.::>; ^'-.i

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

To Prepare Rabbit Skin. Lay the skin on a ^moothe board, the fur side undermost, and Jack it on in every direction with tinned tacks. Dissolve two ounces of alumn in a pint of warm water, and with a sponge dipped in this solution, moisten the surface all over. repeatV thfs every now and then for three days. When the skin ia quite dry take out the tacks, and rolling it up looselv the long way, the hair-inside, draw it quickly backward and forward through n large, smooth .ring, or anything of a similar kind, until it isrqmte soft; then roll it trie contrary way of thd skin, and repeat the operation. Skins prepared thus areu?efu! <br many domt'S- tig purposes. .-.; ^ /Toruin oilcloths, clean them with hot water or soap-subsj and leave them half wiped, and thjey will look very bright while wevt, and very dingy when dry, and soon crack and peal off. But il you watit to preserve them, wash theni with soft flannel, and hike-:warm water*¦!and wipe thoroughly dry. If you want ...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

Business Csnrd^yf v-> g^R. ELLEN E. JvlITCHELL, PHYIJsima and SarCeont grnduate # .the Wom^, . Medical Uollegs ot tho .N. Y. £*^™XJ \Striin dent phyjeiaa for W>j^W fite* dKSSwft given to di»ea«e8 .of *?menand cW^n. , omcea^ ti»efoot df Main Street, in the old J>^ld PoBtUome' MontroBe. _Vec^^8^^^_____ - . -.- A •:-.; -. jF~B. BAL5wiN, ii:; f. HOM(E; XJL • nathic Physician, has located himself at Mon-' ttoferwhChe wfll attend Promptly^HP^ional business entrusted to his care. .^"°»c if.»-V»- mal^ bmldin^. second floor, front. Boards at Mr. B. MontrosV,Pa..March 10,;i-'t5.. :; .'A-: v ... T^ ^VV^^ITH, )3ENTiST.p U RobniB at hia dwelling, next door jiorth ol Dr. Hal_ey'S,on Old Foundry street, ^here he would bo happy to see all those in want of fieutal ^ork. He feelBConfident that he can pleiae allUoih laq"*l»yof work and in price. Office hour, from9 a. M.to 4 p.m. AlontroaiB.l'eb. 11, iSW—tf ; _ ... - - _¦__ i W. COOLEY, OAEPENTER. J\* CONTRACTS to erect rttneto...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

¦ •¦ -i. i-» *-:- ••'-- - ' ". :¦.-' ...,- K'.:.-*,>.;»v.<--...-|---:jv. ¦ - i-- r''^BanKing{;;Sc^_y^^ f jl_5Si^fio^ii^:': . .- .-.J ¦ .o*.; "¦¦-•, . '- '¦ ¦ '.¦]'¦¦¦'':•: ¦' ¦¦¦' m i wm if», ¦. ¦¦¦¦ . MpNTRQSEy PA.], y:¦;-" - JIJNERAt BANKING BUSlNESi'iOONE. collectiI&SSape ^4^4 POINTS AND PROMPTLYACCOUN-^IV FOR AS HERETO-^OI^. y, DOMESTIC A-Sh FOREI^Na EXCHAJSGEFOR SALE: . UlBflTED STATE'S? OTHE% BONDS i . , BOUGHT AND SOLIjKy COUPONS AND Slix AND CJOUNTY BANK CHECKS CASHED AS - ¦" /;, -;::- . USUAL.--' "h.A._: '.•¦'. OCEAN^ STE AMeS^SAgIeAiCK ETS TO AND FROM EUROPE. A' -^. ¦*' : f-:¦ ¦'-'¦ ¦ ¦'. ¦ INTEREST ALLOWED ON-SPECIAL TIME DEPOSITS, AS PER !AGREEMENT WHEN THE DEPOS-• ¦ ;¦ : ¦ it is MApE.;;;j( ;r5.; :.; & In the future, as in the past, weslmll endeav o> to transact all money business to the satis lkction of our patrons and correspondents. WM. II. COOPEK & CO., Montrose, March 10 '75:»tf.v iSanliers. Authorized Capital, - $500...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 1 March 1876

r MIsceTIaiieoTia. 3^03Sr_CTROSE - PLANING MILL "AA" ',; A'--, a-' '.A.'jjjrjof'. *-..';.•..'¦'' ' In order to better accommodate the community the nndersigped has established a depot for t_« «'ieof Lumber MannSctnred at hU.o'«»»j--erecttd btilldln. on the.OWK'eelcr tannery Site, In the • HEA^T OF TQWN where will be kept constantly oh band. A full stock ol T. jt'-. .-. -'. - " ;."- ."•- .,-¦• ¦ -•:--'.». -¦- . -'-•'-; 4 •! - . -¦*' .'. WHITE AJ?D yKLLOW PINE, HEMLOCK, OAK, ASH,) MAPLE AND BLACK WALNUT LUMBER, whlch.with the aid of the meet Improved machine? and. competent workmeu.ie prepared to work into any fhape to meet the want, of Co-tomcre. WELL SEASONED LUMBKR, INCLUDING SIDINQ, FLOORING. CEILING. SHINGLE AND LATU CONSTANtLY ON HAND. Planing,'Matching, Moulding., and Scrok Sawing cone.to order. liop IVIANUrACTORY, in connection wita the above ^atabllEhment. under the managemt-nt of Mr. E. n. Rogers. Examine onr work before leaving your order, eleewhere. Repairing gone Pr6mpU...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

MEMORIES. '•'',. y ' • . - . :--• • r i ¦ • • i - ¦ Memories on which we.'dwellj— ', Are they those that, well defined,. ' Bv 'their crystal tlearness quell V j "Saddest longings of the mirid ?i Or which, softly indistinct, I ; I , / >. Full of shadows ns in dreams,'. By their mystic beauty link " Reality to that which seems ? Faces on our way through life, Haunting every step wfi take, ' Some that heln.tis through thestrite, Some we love for their own siike;-. . Aro'they those on which are.stamped Energy ot thought and will; r , Action that is never cramped J : Working,always, restless still? Rather those p er which arc thrown , Gleams ot mellow, tender light!,' Winged grace of heart and soul,s Charmed sense ot conscious right. Artists that we choose apart . From the few who, high are set. Just because their lesser art. ,. Quivers o'er a dead regret; .,,,•¦ Are they those who, firm of hand, Try the veil of lite to fake>; <•: Thoviigh they know the spiri...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

TWO SIDES TO A flpAU.; BY HARRIET PRESCOTT I, SPOSFOED. . ,-.»- .1 i OSTE SII>£. i WHEN I turned round and she was coming in the door, ,1'ra sure I thought I was dreaming. If it had been 'the Queen a-coming in I shduldn/t have oven more surprised J and the thre!e scliildreri with their three faee$ like little 'pigs! "Here, you," whispered I tQjBriijamin Franklin, "yon jtist go 'long and stick your face iti somef water, m quick metre ? And give Johnny's fate a scrubbing, too.'And I wet the corner o£:my Apronbetween my lips in a hurry and scrubbed Sue's mouth ; and then I made behevo I hadn't seen- her before ajod dusted the oilier chair for her ; and she sat down, and we looked at one another.— Lord ! she was, that fine 1 'Her. flounceswere silk, and they were scalloped like roses, and lace showing under.the edges of them, and she had such boots, settiug like gloves—just enough to make your eyes water. But the flowers in her bat—* you should have seen them—I declare, y...

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

,;.-:¦ Lutle EvIeVPreieni, •¦¦'¦¦¦'¦ A y ernpn, luonnecticut, correspondent» writes to the Church.rjuion i\ iiittle Evie is Our; three-yeaf-bld dar-/ ling. iOne day^fnear Christmas-she said,; "Mamma, J wi-ihlihad an kittle isister." -¦' "Write-to .Santa Glaus, to bring yo« one when he fills, ypur stocking," said .mamma, y --"; -;_"' -With peri and ink¦ she scribbled a p^P of hieroglyphics to the time houorSl' gentleman. - -n -»-—---~rrr-Sure enough-* tewteyt after a littlt boy .stronger, appearek,!, who greatly dia» ? c?^,i "-1 ^te^fa,, *^wi^H m, «^ive nim to'Vjapf. 8kd°|untiaV'i f wouldlikebimA' ;( ^ >->xt h^-;*;; .TTj •_ i;'?Weill' flaidaheBlanding firston ^ footand,then t^e sother, lqQkiir>*£i Wise, "well! if --ra, a-known : Ifo'l skeeied s6, I'd ^V-tfm'b^'&kZ Clans Hnd had a >it«e ' .^f &$$£' we've^dothim,Ides!t « i,,?1 ^ $*l S0* '. y. . we 11 keep him.v

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

wf '' I 'How. "^*!^^^^ . -. '-. ;Amr^^l«^; !flx?*,-; . .: other^ *vtkejE wnue jpuipjeymg. \*m* "a*?* *as recognized by. another oit-« mti doiri^ ijusiness n,ear the.Bowery, ho oeiog also 'aw^y Ifrqmo home on businea%, and after , ^ j^ tle preliminary conferaatioai 'h «Jrf Memarkedi ;, i 5 : - „ .»•:¦¦ - .dVIhear that you had *> ma>j©a» aT ,i»«ieot" ./'-".••-.'„, \ JTeSt $ti is drew,'* replie* Vne other.. p "And you* brothe* oVer- on ahathaa r ;tf«efc {^Heassigtt^'tco/fii^n'ttieP r ^Yoai^Hwift shtnlt like dis/ sail the Bowery man.. '"I-Vb. as owing ^^M>t deaX and Jacob pe ^hairowjng \<"%<$*b deal, t raakts iny ^tpek oVer"ro"Taaob and Jacob maker oves big itook *•> me, and I do his pe^hesa and he ilo'smy peesneBS» and detn Tell«w Tat watiaii^

Publication Title: Democrat
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Democrat — 8 March 1876

A LITERAL SCHOLAR. Among the scholars: when Lamb and Coleridge attended school, was a poor clergyman's son by the name ofSimo* Jennings. On account of his dismal and gloomy nature, his playmates had nicknamed him Pontius ;Pilate. One morning he went tip to \his mrfster. Doctor B>yer, and said, ib his usual whimpering manner: . , \Please, doctor^ the boys call me PotitiusPilate^ ,,- * i\¦ ¦ ¦ \ ¦ . !-.: If there was one 4feing which Doctor Boyer bated more than a false quantity of Greek and Latin, it .was the practice of: hickhamiug. Bushing down among his scholars from his pedestal of state; with his cane in han.d, he cried, with big usual voice of thunder: "Listen, boys I. the next, time I hear any of you say Tpotius Pilate,' I'll cane you as longas this cane will last! Yoa are to say *Simon Jennings/ and u«t 'Pontius Pilate, ' Kemember that if yoi* value your hides 1" . Next day when the same class was reciting the catedh/sm.'aboy of remarkable dull and literal turn...

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