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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 February 1887

&LRTOH CQUHTY DEMOCRAT trnciAL nm or mm mil GREAT BEND, KA8 A. T. & S. F. Time Table. Oa and tftr January 9th, 1887, train leare Oread Sad m folUwa, Tii : eoiva xasi. V: 2, Atlantic express 4.59 a. m. JNo.4. Eutern Express. 4.50 p. m. Jio. 8, New York Express. .S2 a. at No. 18, way freight 1.56 p. m. eoiKS WEST. No. 1, California and New Mexico Ex. . . .10.24 p. m. V. S, Colorado and Utah Express. 10.05 a.m. No. 5, Denver Express. 9.28 p. m. Mo. 15 war freight 9.95 a. m. OKKAT BUD WAT FREIGHT. Anires from east 12-15 p. m. Departs for east 2.S0 p. in. . W. Y. A C GREAT BEND EXTENSION. SKPABTS. No. 58S, passenger 11.15 a. m. daily except Sunday JCo. 65, freight 5.80 p. m. Monday, Wed. A Friday ABKIVKS. 3o. 564, passenger 4.30 p. m, daily except Sunday. No. 66o, freight 9-30 a. m. Tuesday, Thur. and Sat -GREAT BEND POSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after November 1, 1886. UNDAY.'IO a. m. to 1 p. m. WEE DAYS, 7 a. in. to 7 p. m. MONEY OliDER, St. m. toJS p. m. KEGL3TEK BUSINESS, 7 a. m. ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 February 1887

noall-Soaled Republicans Who Hara TJecn lletalned-ln OlUce Meanly AsaiUng the .Administration, Some fool friends of Republican ex chiefs of divisions at Washington whose places have been given to supporters of the Administration, while they have been retained as chief clerks at salaries but slightly -ss than those they have formerly received, have for some time back been sending slush to Republican journal, telling how incompetent the new chiefs are and how essential the x-hiefs are to the continued efficiency of the divisions. To a man not wholly blinded by par tisanship, th? fact that these chiefs of divisions have been retained in office at good pay and have been given positions where they are protected by the civil service rules as long as they behave themselves, would seem to demonstrate the earnest desire of the Administra tion to reform the abuses of the ''spoils" system. To one not affected with this partisan obliquity of vision. the distinction between an office which invol...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 February 1887

A BALTIMORE MYSTERY. Tbe Mutilated Ytemalns of a Yoan; Man Found Packed in a Trunk lteceived From New Tork at the A dams lixpress Office in Baltimore. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 27. A ghastly dis covery was made here at the principal of fice of the Adams Express Company in this city. The "find" was the result of a sickening' odor being emitted from a trunk, which, when broken open, was found to contain the dead body of a man.. Superintendent James A. Shut?r of the express company hastened to police head quarters, and laid the case before Chief Frye. Mr. Shuter stated that the mark; on the trunk, and waybill, showed that it had been shipped from New York City on Saturday niffht last. It reached Calvert station in this city on Sunday morning and lay at the station until Monday morn ing, when it was brought the Baltimore street office. Therunk was consigned to John A Wil son, Baltimore, Md., to be called far.- It was put in the cellar Tuesday. Yesterday morning the porters employed in the ce...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 3 February 1887

BABTOH COUNTY DEMOCRAT. DEWEY LiNQFORD, Editor. 4FFICK II TILLIES BLOCK. GREAT BEND, ' ; KANSAS. For your arctics go to Famous. For coal go to Hedges & Co. For Kent. A large barn. Apply at Famous. Bulk oysters for sale at the C. & A. grocery store. Save money by buying your oys ter in bulk from C. & A. --See those double width -dress Joods for 25 cents at the Famous. -You will find a nice lot of dressed chickens -and turkeys on hand at Beye's. . Mrs. Hale has employed E. A Hai&ler.a first class photographer from the. east, and is prepared to furnish the best photographs in the country. ' The prices made on dry goods, clothing, boots and shoes at the Famous are for cash, and lower than any Other house in the county. 8At,T RHEUM OR ECZEMA. Old sores and ulcers, Scald head and ringworm, Pain in the back and spiue, Swelling ef the knee joints, Sprains and bruises, Neuralgia and toothache, Tender feet caused by bunions, corns and chilblains, we warrant Beggs' Tropical Oil...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 February 1887

BAETOS COUNTY BEIOCiiT.- VOLUME II. GREAT BEND, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1887. NUMBER 4.1 i KANSAS NEWS. Articles of incorporation were yes terday filed in the office of the secreta ry of the state by the "St. Louis. Wichita, Hays City & Southwestern Railway company." The object of this corporation is to build, equip and oper ate a standard guage railroad from railroad connection with St. Louis, Missouri and Wichita Kansas, through the, counties of Sedgwick, Reno, Staf ford, Ric, Barton, Rush, Ellis, Roks, Philips, Graham, Norton and .Decatur, in the state of Kansas, to railroad connections in the state of Nebraska. Hays. City is named as the principal - place of transacting the business of the company, which is organized for a term of ninety-nine years and with a capi tal stock of S2.000.000 in $20,000 $100 shares. There are fifteen members of the board of directors, as follows: W. Warden, Aust Corbin and Isa Wil liamson, Pennsylvania; H. J. Roetzel ' and E. L. Chapman, o...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 February 1887

SB BIRIOff COUMT DESOCHAl V'iiEUSHED BY DEUOCBAT PRIMS CO. DEWEY LANCFORD, Editor. - CHEAT BEND. - - KANSAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. Ajtek appropriately referring several bills the Senate on the 20th took up the bill to amend the law establishing the Yellowstone Park, which, "after some debate, passed. The facific Kailroads Funding bill then came op but was laid aside. After a secret session the Senate adjourned In the House, after routine . business, the Post-office Appropriation bill was taken up in Committee of the Whole. When the committee rose the bill was reported to the House and passed. The District of Columbia Appropriation bill was also passed. Adjourned. The Senate on the 31st devoted the great er part of the day to consideration of the Sun- dry Civil Appropriation bill. After disposing of 60 of the 104 pages contained in the bill the Senate adjourned In the House Mr. Lawler offered a resolution reciting the action of Great Britain on...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 February 1887

m BARTOK CQUKTT DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED BY DEMOCRAT PRIHTIXS CO. D EWEV LAWOFORD, Editor. GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS- WHO SAVED THE TRAINS? Two trains came speeding: along the track ("Twas a bitter cold niht in winter time), . Ani the switchman nodded over his fire ith never a thought of crime. 'Twas a bitter night, and the snow was thick. The fire was warm and he nodded long, JHis 6Cfses benumbed by fatigue and cold, But never intending wrong. "The trains caftie rushing, laden with lives Alas, for them, with no guard at the switch! For the switchman's lever is mighty to save Or destroy, and this night 'twould be which? :is Newfoundland dog lay close to his feet. With silken ears all alert to hear, And bright eyes steadfastly keeping watch For possible danger near. " A distant rumbling smote his ear. And swift as a flush to his feet he sprang, lagerly pulling his masters coat. And loudly his sharp bark rang. -The switchman rose to his feet in haste, And saw, through the heavily falling snow...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 February 1887

. ' Lv' fx V 6ARTDN , COUNTY DEMOCRAT. ;DITtVJCiANPORDEdit6r. omy: 11 willies block. GREAT BEND, ' : KANSAS. rt 1 ' Sendus more immigrants to help till our fertile acres, is the cry of .westefh Kansas. There are thousands . of acres unbroken as rich as can be found in the union. Now is the time for those in the east who are homeless to come and secure160 acres of land that will make then rich in the future. Congress has at last decided to put our coast defences in condition to re sist an armed foe. While no loyal American can doiibt that Uncle Sani could in the course of time vanquish .ny nation," either cis-Atlantic or Jrans-Atlantic. yet it is a little humil iating Jo think if war were declared between this country and England, in a week a British iron-clad could sail into New York harbor in spite of any resistance that could be offered now. J The appropriation comes none too soon. As will be seen the business men of y.lA Great Bend have called a meeting for Saturday evening the 1...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 February 1887

BARTON COUNTY DEMOCRAT OFFICIAL PAPER OF BARTON COUNT?- GREAT BEND, KAS A. T. 5. F. Timo Table. On aud after January 9th, 1837, train leT Great Btna as lollaws, viz : eoiKO EAST. V. 2. Atlantio expresa 4.59 a. m. No. 4. Kaatern Express 4.50 p. m No. 6. New York Express. 6.32 a. a No. 16, way freight 1.56 p. m. eoiita west. No. 1, California and New Mexico Ex. . . .10.24 p. m. N. S, Coloradoana IUU txpress .iu.uo a. m. No. 5. Denver Expresa 9.28 p. m. No. 15 way freight a. m. GREAT BEND WAT FREIGHT. Arrive fromexst 12.15 p. m. Departs for east 2.30 p. m. W. V. A C.-QEEAT BEND EXTENSION. DEPART 8. No. 863, passenger 11.15 a. m. daily except Sunday No. 6C5, freight 6.S0 p. m. Monday, Wed. A. Friday ARRIVES. No. 564, passenger 1.30 p. m, daily except Sunday. JNo. 660, freight 9 30 a. m. Tuesday, Thur. and Sat jGREAT bend, postoffice HOUKS. On and after November 1, 1846. TJNDAY.10 a. m.to 1 p. na. WEE DA JfS, fa. m.to 7 p. m. MONEY ORDER, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. REGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. m. to ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 February 1887

pawns aR' A CANDID WOOER. free Translation of am Instruct! r and - Highly Moral Gerniau Tale. The beautiful and accomplished daughter of a wealthy grain dealer of Vienna had the misfortune, so to speak, to fall desperately in love with a young man who was employed in a railroad office. Her affection was very muehre ouited as far as the 3oung man was concerned, hut there was reason to in cr that the wealthy maiden's pa would luck. "What is the best way to conciliate the old reprobate how can I get on the blind side of him?" asked the youth of the maiden during one of their secret sessions. "My father," said the wealthy "maiden, 'is a great admirer of candor. If you deceive him in the slightest par ticular about your financial status or your past life, all is lost. When 3'ou call on him be straightforward, even to hluntness." The young man took the hint, a few kisses, and his leave, and the next dav he sailed into the cozy little studio" of bis prospective father-in-law. "Good morning...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 February 1887

I INCOME AND EXPENDITURE. Interesting Excerpts From Debate la the United States Senate on the Sendry Civil Appropriations Kill The Sinking Fund ad Our Coast Defenses The Exposed Condition of Oar Seacoast and Lake Cities. "Washington, Feb. 2. The Senate, shortly fcfter one o'clock, resumed consideration ol the Sundry Civil Appropriations bill Mr. Allison, chairman ot the committee on Appropriations, said that the Senator from Connecticut (Piatt) had inquired of him yester day whether or not there would be a surplus in the treasury in case Congress made appro priations in accordance with the estimates of the departments. In his desire to complete the bill last night he had failed to answer that inquiry as fully as lie might have done. The regular estimates of the departmen ts, as submitted by the Secretary of the Treasury, amounted (in round numbers) to $378,000,000. Since that time there had been supplementary and other estimates amounting to a considerable sum. For example, there wa...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 10 February 1887

mm COUNTY MOCBAT. DEWEY LANGFOBD, Editor. OFFICE II WILLIE! BLOCK. GREAT BEND, : KANSAS. For coal go to Hedges & Co. For Rent. A large barn. Apply at Famous. Famous is head quarters for cloth ing. - Some of the best dried fruits you ever saw at C. & A.'s. Save money by buying your oys ter in bulk from C. & A. See those double width dress oods for 25 cents at the Famous. You will find a nice lot of dressed chickens and turkeys on hand at Beye's. Mrs. Hale has employed E. A Haiffler.a first class photographer from the east, and is prepared to furnish the best photographs in the country. SALT RHEUM OR ECZEMA. Old sores and ulcers, ' Scald head and ringwornl, Pain in the baok and spiue, Swelling of the knee joints, Sprains and bruises, Neuralgia and toothache, Tender feet caused by bunions, corns and chilblains, we warrant Beggs' Tropical Oil to relieve any and all of the above. Burson & Shaw. C. & A. hare a big ran on canned goods. They have the best. For men's and ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 February 1887

4-(' C'-t.-- 7 J .VOLUME II. GREAT BEjSTD, KANSAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1887. NUMBER 46. BAETOE CO ITT BEIOCBAT. KANSAS NEWS. There is a high old time going on in Sherman county, Kansas, where ' two towns, Eusti3 and Sherman Center, claim the honor of being the county seat, and each has a full set of officers who claim to be legally elected. Eus . tis was made the county seat by the Governor, but Sherman Center claims it by the right of election, and at present it is impossible to commence a legal action in the county. A few days ago thesheriff from Eustis attempted to attach the stock of a merchant at Sherman Centre, but the citizens of the l&tUr place met him with shot Kuaj,and drove him out of town. The two places are about a mile and a half apart, and bherman Centre is being heavily advertised as a boom town. Globe. As a resultof the county seat fight in Wichita county a duel between one Kit Gould and the" editor of the Coro- ' nado Star is one of the possibilities. Gould ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 February 1887

the mm coum dehocrai F'uELISHEO BY DEUQCKAT PBIHTINS CO. DEWEY LANOFORP, Editor. . GREAT BEND. - - KANSAS. THE WORED AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESSIONAL. The Senate on the 5th passed about sixty pension bills and then took up the Indian Ap propriation bill, which was finally passed. The balance of the Senate proceedings were unim portant. Adjourned In the House several ffcnsion vetoes were received from the Presi dent. The Senate bill to refund war taxes to fi States was referred to the Judiciary Com mittee. In Committee of the Whole the House then took up the Diplomatic and Consular Ap propriation bill, which was under consideration until adjournment. Ik the Senate on the 7th the resolutions of the Kansas Legislature for the organization of Oklahoma were presented and referred. A memorial was also presented by Mr. Hoar in ' favor of a bankrupt law. The bill to strengthen our coast defenses and encourage the manufac 1 ture of 6teel for modern army ordnance, armor, etc...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 February 1887

THE BABTDH COUHTT DEHOCRA?. FUBLISHEB BY DEMOCRAT PRf JTIKG" CD. DEWEY LANCFORP, Editor. GREAT BEND. - - XANSA& WHATEVER THY ESTATE. O brown-faced maiden of the farms ! Chide not thy lack of town-wise charms ; The sun, the stjy, the fields, the air, Are ever thine and ever fair ; Thy life, though cast in rugged mold, Gains f&hth and beauty manifold Oease, cease thy longings for the far Hurt ways, where piteous passions war. Whatever thy estate 'Twill not be long nor late yhen Love comes glowing there. Where God and Nature? are. Bat keep thy prayer aright Already love and light ."Have reckoned thine abundant charms, O brown-fac&L maiden of the farms 1 . O tolling maiden of the townl Zxok up, though all would put thee down; True as the everlasting truth. Thy good is molded in thy ruth; Each scourged hour past is peace for thee. Each duty done Is victory. Cease all thy plaints, thy toil is tlest. Thy hungry soul shall feast and Vest. Whatever thy estate, Twill not be long n...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 February 1887

BARTON COUNTY DEMOCBAT. DEWEY LANGFORD. Editor. omcjs ii wnxifE locjl GREAT BEND, ; KANSAS, Real estate is on a decided boom in Great Bend. Each week brings new buyers and prices are Pteadily advan cing. The field for judicious invest ments is one that is largo and profit able. Some of our exchanges insist that McPherson is attempting to move the capitol from Topeka.- We have never so understood it. McPherson wants the capital, and will then build a rew capitol. Oub legislators in a body, recently toojc a jaunt to Newton, Wichita, McPherson and other towns. If our legislators would like to view the site for the future capitol building of Kan sas, they should come to Great Bend, the most centrally located city in the sat and one of the most prosperous. The Murray bill has not yet become a law, but jt probably will Wore we issue again. We agree with the To peka Democrat in saving that demo cats should have nothing to do with thisill. Let She republicans assume its paternity and, becom...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 February 1887

BARTOH COUH7Y DEMOCRAT smczAL paks'o? mm ami GREAT BEND, . : KAS A. T. & S. F. Tisao Table. . On aud iftr Jmuaxv 9th. 1SS7. txalm IciT Gret ad as foil, viz : . , GOIX SAM. V: i, A.Untie expreu 4-69 a. m. Ho. 4. Eastern Areas. 4.60 p. m. No. 6, New York Express. C32 s. m- Ho. 16, wy freight ... 18 p.m. OOIK WEST. Wo. 1, California and New Mexico Ex. . . .10.24 p m. Jf. S, Colorado and Utah Express .10.95 a. m. No. 5, Denver Express. 9.28 p. m. No. 15 wa. freight 9.D5. m. 6RKAT BEXD WAT FREIGHT. ArrtTea fromaaat 12.15 p. m. Departs for east -. 2.30 p. m. W. T. & C. GREAT BEND EXTENSION. DKPASTS. No. 64S, passenger 11.15 a. m. dally except Sunday No. 665, freight 5.80 p. m. Monday, Wed. A Friday AB RIVES. No. 564, passenger 4.30 p. m, dally except 8anday. No. 650, freight 0-30 a. m. Tuesday, Thur. and Sat ORE AT BEND POSTOFFICE HOURS. On and after November 1, 1UL XTIf DAY, 10 a, mi. to 1 p. aa. TES DAYS, 7 a. m. to 7 p. m. MON E Y ORDER, 8 a. m.totp.m. BCGISTER BUSINESS, 7 a. m...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 February 1887

SHORT-HOKN PIG. 3lr. Bowser! Experience With a New Style forker Discovered by Her Husband. Well, the long agony is over and our "pig- is dead. One day last fall Mr. Bowser suddenly turned on me with: "Mrs, Bowser, why don't we keep a "Because we hare no pen, no place for one, and don't want the nuisance." ir. i -l - . . it e nave plenty 01 room ior a pen. I can make one in half a day, and we raignt as wen raise our own pone as to luy it. The kitchen-stuff you give away would fatten three pigs." I talked and argued, but it was no use. I brought up our poor success with itens, but he choked me off with: 'Mrs. Bowser, perhaps you may not know the difference between a lean, old, heartbroken hen and a choice pig, but I do, and we shall keep a pig." YV.elL don t ask me to bother with "No one intended to! On the con trary I hope you will keep as far away from him as possible. You can also buy your own pork chops next winter!" During the next three days Mr. Bow ser was pig-hunting and pen-b...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 February 1887

THE TEMPERANCE BILL. Full Tost of the Murray Temper ance BilL FollowSng is the Murray Temperance bill as passed by the House on the 9th, with amendments noted : Section 1, Tiat section 2 of chapter 128 of the session laws of 1881 as amended by section 1 of chapter 149 of the session laws of 1885 be and the same is hereby amended so as to read as follows: Sec. 2, It shall be unlawful for any person or persons to sell, or barter, for medical, scientific or mechanical purposes, any malt, viijous, spirituous, fewnented or other intoxi cating liquors, without first having procured a druggist's permit therefor from the probate judge of the county wherein such druggist may at the time be doing business ; and such probate judge is hereby authorized, in his discretion, to grant a druggist's permit for the period of one year, to any person of good moral character who Is lawfully and in good faith engaged in the business of a druggist as proprietor, in his coun ty, and who in his Judgment can ...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Barton County democrat. — 17 February 1887

BAETOU COMTYMDCBAT. QEWEY LANGPOBD, Editor. CFFJCE II WILL J EE BLOCK. GREAT BEND, : KANSAS, For coal go to Hedges & Co. T t T For Rent. A large barn. Apply Lt Famous. jng. -Famous is head quarters for cloth- Some of the best dried fruits you ever Saw at C. & As. 33ave money by buying your oyster- in bulk from C. & A. See those double -width dress good3 for 25 cents at the Famous. You will find a nice lot of dressed chickens and turkeys on hand at JBeye's. SALT RHEUM OR ECZEMA. Old sores and ulcers, Scaldhead and ringworm, Pain in the back and spiue, Swelling of the knee joints, Sprains and bruises, Neuralgia and toothache, Tender feet caused by bunions, icorns and chilblains, 'we Tarrant Beggs' Tropical Oil to relieve any and all of the above. Burson 6 Shaw. Headquarters for oal Hedges & Jo. south of railroad. Canned sweet potatoes at C. A A.'s. -That hacking cough can be so quickly cured by Shiloh's Cure. We guarantee it. For sale by Burson & ,Shaw. For Sale. P...

Publication Title: Barton County Democrat
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