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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1884

(f 7 4 ' , f: ! - i KAMSAS NEWS. Kef s City Tims: At no ono time since f.i has there been such a rash for .Ness county land as at present. Jetmore Riv-ille: The settlers are com ing. Every week at first, every day now, brings land-seekers into Hodgeman county. Specification have been prepared by the Chief Quartermaster at Fort Leaven worth, for the construction ox a unage across the Republican river at Fort liiley. Kinsley Graphic: The lumber con tinues to roll south in astonishing quan tities. Land buyers and home seekers fill our hotels and run down all of the lively teams. Nescatunga Chieftain: W. S. Tory, re Biding on Cave creek, killed a rattlesnake that measured five feet and two inches in length, and so old that it had worn all the rattles off its tail. Nescatunga Chiptain: Geo. E. Wake maa killed a wild cat a few miles south of town which measured three feet and six: inches from tip to tip and weighed twenty-four pounds. Washburn College, at Topeka, by the death of a wealthy...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1884

OFFICIAL. Pliillipsfeurg Herald. leciioi KBiurns iOi iUUv, NOVEMBER 8. BISSELL & LEVI8: y - r4 i lm. . . The Chief of the pardon bureau U defunct. Othello's occupation is gono . And hereafter those crimson rays from the ruy proboscis of the frisky vender of personal liberty will fall athwart the the stern and relentless visage of a calm and dignified court. Democracy, witn a leering smile beckoaed beseechingly to the beautiful state of Kansas; but she impatiently ejaculated "Shoo fly," and drawing her regal robes around her, with majestic pace passed up a flight of winding sreps to a place representing the middle chamber of her destiny, where she will receive the warm congratulations of her true friends, who will endeavor to raise her to that sublime degree of eminence to which he is so justly entitled. Last Thursday's mail brought Post master Spaulding, of this place, the fol lowing letter, which explains itself. We suspect that Grover has been im posed upon by Borne wag; howev...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1884

PiiiHinsbiirg HoraliL NOVEMBER 8. LOCAL. HERALDINCS. Subsjrihe tor the Hckjllo. Farm loans at the Phillips County Hank- J. F. Morse, at the bank is prepared to make good farm loan3 . tf I will pay the market price in cash -for some tirst-class prairie hay. Can also use some nice millet hay. C. A. Lewis Watchmaker-At ceo. V. Stinson's .LawOfiice. Will do all work coming under the head of clock, watch and jewelry repairing. N. AY. Prnts. See the bills of N. W. Pyles, watch maker and jeweler, around town. N. V. Pyi.es. - The M.E. Sewing Society will meet . at the residence of Mrs. Frank McKay Tuesday afternoon, Nov. ll,;lt8ri. Mrs. Knowlton, of Kepublic county, Kansas, has bought the V. H. Piruick timber entry in Long Island township. IJiekford & Champlin will pay the highet market price in cash for hogs, (Cattle and sheep. They also want .000 bushels of corn for which they will pay the top cash price. tf Call on (i. W. Bickford for pure tdrugs and fresh paints. His stock is new an...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1884

rubllaUed by s UCUIfOOT. PnnXTPSBUKG, 5 AS. A piPKB read before the California Wine Growers' Association recently con tained the following philological theory, 'The eld lie-man w ire grower found in his tubs and vats the same sediments that bother us to-day. He had no chem istry in those times, but he did have a healthy profanity. So he called his sub stance 'a hell of a stuff,' and probably so regarded it. Hell in Latin, is tartarus and from this ancient cuss word came in direct descent tartar, cream of tartar and tartria acid." The bastinado is still one of the au thorized punishments in Egypt, and so terrible that even the silent and much endcring Arabs scream with pain after tbe futfew strokes- First the victim is laid on his face on a stone and held there irmly. Then his legs are raised until the flat toles of the feet are uppermost, and secured in that position. The lash is a species of cat, but with live strands instead of nine, and it stings and cuts frightfully. The torture...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1884

' if If ; ! t ,v i ' 3 : IlC-HOIi CI DXY. f.nith -Beastly headache I have this uxcmiuul Too many orangies and eoJa last m,:!it, l m alrani. isrovvn uo up to much inj-Bt-lf; had lobster ea sup-ocr and haven't slept a wink. Vfll, just look at the frightful -t tiht, I'm afraid, iirovvn uon t itei 6aIa.I lor Jonea cold I cin-rht ut niht- Brown why, where wr'jyou? -Jones At the health exhi bition. tSaalh and Brown (together) V,rhy, to I. All groan. London Fur. A prominent attorney, who U of a rather observing disposition, had notic ed that the niht policeman of his ward was always to be found loafing in and about a certain saloon at all hours of the day. One morning he accosted the helrueted individual and said: "Say, Thomas, I have often wondered how you, being a night policeman, could manage to be around all day. When do you lind time to sleep, anyway?" "When do you suppose," asked the astonished copper. "I'm on my beat from l in the evening till C in the morn ing, and twelve hours dee...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 8 November 1884

The Oillce Stove anil Its Contents. This is the olliee stove. All winter It hn flowed and roared and dispensed freni&l he&t vcept when the porter happened to overlook it. which he Mostly d:d, especially on cold days. When lha thermometer was down about liulf-a-3-ard below zero, that stove van't w-orth much as a stove; but, re s Ai ded in the light of a refrigerator, it i no e iial. ijt there were days when it flowed and roared according to program me liuld, spring-like days when there was st sft fog on the window-panes, and in l i brains of the busy workers days hen you felt like leaning back and dreaming of the innocent flirtations of your boyhoL and the hours thtft you used to loaf away in the spring woods, just when the birch was young, and the Bweet sap began to move, and the twigs were sharp and pleasant to the Irtste, and the opal mint layover the lar-otF river, and when you grew up you were going to sail all over the v.otld, and marry a more beautiful woman than Scheh...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1884

t," lJp; lv rrC) -i'lIKM THAT 'X'XHsJY OO FOKWAKD. "VOL. VII NO 1 PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. 1884, S1.50 IN ADVANCE. Phillipsburg Herald, PUBLISHED Villi 8ATUH2AY, BY BISSELL, & LEWIS, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. tiTATE OIF" Ooveruor : G. w. Click. Lieut. Governor D. Finney. Secretary of State James hmith. Aud.tor K. 1'. McCabe. Treasurer Bam. T. Howe. fciupt. Pub. Instruction C. Speer, Attorney General. ..-W. A. Johnston, public Frinter...T. Dwight Thatcher. tt c, o f J. J. Ingalis. U.S. Senators -jp B Piamb. JMstriet Judge .W. PL Pratf tttate Senator Geo. . Caie . U"pre.sentative WJI. MoBride Li'k Dist. Court G. A. Spaulding. County Clerk J. W. Lowe. Iteg'r of Deeds Ritner Smith.. Treasurer D. L. Smith. Blaerilf. John AVoods. ,Supt. Pub. Instruction. ..C. A. Lewi. Probate Judge II C. Spaulding. County Surveyor W. B. Stubert. County Attorney S. W. McElroy. Coroner O W Gaudy ( 1st Dist, K. Moultou. Commis'rs 2d Dist, J- H. Close. (3d Diat,...T. M. Bishop. .JSupt. Poor ...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1884

WHAT TO WE1IE IX AX ALliLJI. The truly generous U the tn.ly wise; And lie wioltves not otters lives unbV't. ILji lie. Awuytht'i ! work with lo!i!ness anJ wi h speed; On giciitc-t aetioua greatest dangers Ire 1. Marlowe. To fear no 111, to do no wrong to all men, to prove tiue, Thii is the poltlen rule of life; let U be so to joa, Oh how bl'.ttr a thin? it is to looic Jcto happiness through auo'.htr man's eyes. Siar.nptore. Be purity of life the test Leave to the heart, to heaven, the ret. Hearts, like doers, can ope' with ease. To Tery, very lutle keys, And don't forget that taey're these; I ihank you, fcir," and "if you please." 'Tls beaut that doth make woman proud, "Tla virtue that doth make her most admired, 'Tia modeaty that makes her seem divine. Count that day lost whose low descending euxi Views fioia thy hand no worthy action cone. Cf all the gifts which heaven bestows Tere Is one above all measure. And that's a friend 'midst all our woes, A friend is found a treasure. A sw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1884

WSAS NEWS. Tbe closing October days were ue- lightful. A large number of prairie chickens are beiDg inarketed. The merchants are getting in their holiday goods. Nine marriage licenses were issued in Labette county laf-t month, and not one of the licensed were returned. Rush county has been visited by terri ble prairie iires, which destroyed lifty or more grain stacks, and many stacks of hay and feed. ' Nash Bros., of Salt Creek township, Reno county, fchipped 12,000 pounds of watermelon, muskmelon, and cucumber Eeeda to New York recently. Eldorado Republican: Our woolen mill is in full blast. It will use up thousands of dollars in wool each year, and be worth thousands of dollars to the town. A couiiiy correspondent to the Green wood Republican tells of a meeting of a base ball club when eleven men drank eight pallons of "nose paint" in one evening. A tramp named Fuqua, who stole a horse, mule and saddle in Emporia, ana got away, wa3 surprised recently at Gar den Plains, by detectiv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1884

OlFlOlAiiJ Pniliipsbiirg Herald. LidbOOii laBiiiiiiS lOi loos NOV KM IS Kit 15. V ' THE 031.7 TRUE - v ; ""v. r.Z3 r"" e ."' lil.-LLL LB Wirt. COMMISSIONER'S PROCEEDlNQS. lips County the County .November, ,sinr,hJ Kaunas, met t the cru.ce of .'lerk. on the 7th (lav of 1SS4, lor tilt; purpose of c:invasin the return oi the jreiieral election heid on the; 4th dj.y f November, lc4, and de clared the rMilt as per abstract on lile .iu (Jouuu CJerk'M oiJiee. On motion, a .special meeting wa appointed for .Nov. 2ih, lb4, for tue purpo.se of settle ment wan the County Tieasurer. Ou motion, Frank Strain was em ployed to issiit in n:tid settlement, and lie wai authorized to cornraence prepar ing delinquent litit on the 24ih day of Jiuvemoer, lbH4. On motion the County Clerk was di rected to draw orders for judges and clerics jf election a.- shown by tue eiect jou returns . On motion, J. IS. Woods was allowed the aiim of $2Ao for posting election noticed. Uji motion, adjourned. Claims allowed ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1884

Piiillipsburg Herald. LOCAL HERALDINQS. Subs. Ti'Hj tor the Hi-KALU. Farm loan at the Phillips County Bank. tf .J. F. Morse, at the bank ia prepared lo make good farm loans. tf t ...:n .w, . .--. i-t-ft nrio in cash ... : orairfe hay. Can i jilaO use aome nice millet bay. C. A. Lewis Biekford Champlin will pay the highest marKet prico in casw for hogs, SfffcSttSb. ftS'S will oav the top -cash price. tf Call on G. W, liickford for pure -drugs ant fresh paints. Xiew and .complete. 1 lis stack 13 tf Wantku Wood cut for beating ntoveat.tiie iikiulu umce A limited number of raspberry and "blackoerry plants can tee had by calling on the undersigned, as I wish to'change the patohes and destroy the old planta tion. Wm. Bissell. Rev. il. Dalton and daughter spent a night last week in Phillipsburg. Judge -Spaulding, who has been visit ing friends in Chicago for the past week returned home last night. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Goddard, of Freedom township, have eome friend .visiting them from aanada....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1884

Published by EISSKT.L & LIGHTIOOT. pniLLIPSBUPwG, - - KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. . MISCELLANEOUS. The steamer Oceanic sailed from San Francisco with 1,000 Chinamen and 500, 000 in coin. Russell & Siesfeldt, agricultural imple ment deulres, Sherman, Tex., were attached t rreditors. The late rains in Virginia made a good season for handling leaf tobacco, and the market is opening actively. There was much excitement in Wall etrefet the day before election, and large sums were watered on the result. The St. Louis and San Francisco Railway Company applied to the New York Stock Exchange to list $2180,000 additional gen eral mortgage bonds. Director General Burke's report on the progress of preparations for the New Or leans Exposition shows everything in a satisfactory condition. Gen. John Newton has submitted his an nual report on -coast defenses, and advises that principal sea port towns be made im pregnable to attack by the addition of guns of heavy calibre. The prospects are that Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1884

ft i .New I.land. ocdon Standard. Geographers complain that soon there will be no more worlds for them to con quer and the Danes have ever, since the loss of the duchies, looked forward witu doleful forebodings to the time when their country will be still further finorn of its lair proportions. Nature is, how ever, bountiful, and now, by throwmg'ip a new island oif the shores of Iceland, it has added in an appreciable degree to the territories of King Christian and to the regions which still await the explora tions of the traveller. It is true that the new land is only a vol canic cone, and as it was the re sult of subterranean tire, may, like eo many of its predecessors, born of the throes of mother earth, sink again into the oi:ean, from whence it sprang. At various times, especially after some se vere Uirftuib.mce of Ilekla, similar islets have tor a brief period shown themselves above the waves, but generally, with tne exception of Nyoe, which wa3 thrown up last century, have be...

Publication Title: Phillipsburg Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 15 November 1884

MISCELLANEOUS. Tbe golden rale for cholera times, an J indeed for all other times, art; to keep clean, load a regular lifu and never Vorry. Chicago Journal. Tha Catholic Church in Baton Jiotie. La., In which the congregation o the parish ha3 worshipped tor thirty .'urs. was sold atbhoriiTs sale recently T Jf-.'.OIA). A Washington correspondent gays thai a Senator has to pay out of hid o.va pocket from ight hundred to a lhousaud dollars for postuge itampd. ' ruq 'J imt. Allhu.-gh Frenchmen are spoken of &S fro-eH.ters."' it U asserted as a tact that rm-re frogs are now eaten in iNew York alone than in all of France. A". Y. iun. A San 1- rancUco paper Bays there are about "2"0 lepers in that eiy, and the number h increasing. It. also &- larert that ban Francisco has become the dumping ground for Xsiatic citie -'1 he cod fishery of Iceland has proved a total failure this season, and jn-eat distress exist in consequence, '.'he pvivat;ons are-said to be more se vere tlian during ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1884

aPEAK rJLO THKM TI IV." THKY GO FORWARD. VOL. VII NO II PHILLIPSBURG, KANSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1884, $1.50 IN ADVANCE. Phillipsbiirg Herald. PTBLISilED WESI.AItKDAI, BY I5IBSELL & LEWIS, OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. .STATE OP ICAlSrSAS. Governor G. w.Glick. Lieut. Uovtrnor D. w. Finney. Secretary of.Htate James Smith. Ami dor E. P. McCabe. Treasurer Hani. T. Howe. ,Hupt. Pub. Instruction II. CHpeer, Attorney General W. A. John-ton. Public Printer.. .T. Dwight Thatcher. 1T ,, . ( J. J. Ingalls. IT. h. Senators u B Phaab. PHILLIPS COTJUTT. District Jude W. JL Pratt- ;ftate Senuto fJeo. W. Case. Wepresentative V 11. MeUride va k DM. Court G. A. Spaitlding. Countv Clerk J. W. JLowe. Keg'r f Djed.-s ititner iSinith. Trea.su re r D. L. Kmith. SUrritr. John Woods. ;Supt. Pub. Instruction...C. A. Lewis. l'robate Jude II C. Spaulding. i.'ounty Surveyor W. li. Stubert. County Attorney S. .W. MeElroy. Coroner - W iandy ( 1st Dist, .K. Moulton. Coinmis'r.s '2d Dist, .J. II. Close. 3d l)ist,......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1884

SIX LITTLE WORUi Six little words arr a' me eTery 'ay: I muit, muxt, can I u-il, 1 dare, 1 ma 'J, Ioijiir lis conscience's v, aivin lv writ Witbm my h hrt. the goal I (strive to bit. I MUaT .hi-s warns nn tba' my way is barred. Eunr by iiauire law or ci-som hard. I can iu this is MimMied up ail my n i,ht, Whelbtr t do or know or jir'Re aright 1 will my diHdcin, by tbcscui itup efct With freei.oai's scaj the n-1 iu my own breast, I dare at once a motto for the -eal, And dare it barrier 'vainst uuiif used 83 1. I may is final, and at once makes cle ir Tbe way wbiob eite rnigat vtgue and dim ap- ear, I ought, rrusl, can I will, I Hare I may; Thetti mx. v ord claim attention ever) day. Only through Tnee know I what, every uay, I ou&ht, I must, I can, I will, 1 da'e. 1 my. Chamber's JuuriuiZ. WE AUK NOT OLD. We are not old, though yearhave rolled Like i-r.adows from ourpaih away, Since first to me thou didst untold 'Jhy iove on! happy, rmppy dajf We are not oldl 'lhT cheeks are fdire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1884

f t i i A i. I1U3IOK OF Tilt: IAY. Tfre Potomac fiats are not even one- etory Iiijili- The blandest counsel may be a cross examiner. The Indian "summer." An aboriginal arithmetician. The donkey never Buffers from soften ing of the bray in'. The telephone haa a'great 'many con nections, but no blood relations. Proverb for ball-players A Lome base is better than a foreign tenor. The little girl who called the ostrich the bird with a bonnet tail, put it about right. A man may say he has got the boss wife without intimating that he is hen pecked. An uptown landlady calla a boarder "Phoenix," because he rises from the hashes and lliea. "Why, Tom ! another holiday?" "Yes, papa. That's the reason I go to that school." It is hardly probable that there are any telephones in heaven. And yet every angel will be recognizable by his halo. The evil things that men do live after them. liven when an amateur cornetist dies, he leaves the fatal instrument be hind. "No, sir," said the practical man, "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1884

rc ays :jiy.'r--v-& Pliiliipsturg Herald, NOVF-MliLK -2. As ? maiivr ccur.-e, we suppose Maiim"' 'a iil be mi-tiess of the WL.tb Hon riiirr Mulct, the 4'h, next. 'J he l.en-la.uie ol lwihuis will be Dtm (!;:; on joint Laliot. There will he a I'ruud Slates Senator to elect in Illinois tni winter to succeed John A. Logan. TI e next I'nited Malta Senate will ttai d 42 republicans to T4 Democrats, ; rn-'joiiu of S. 'Ibis will be a check ui on ibe iLCHn'r'; hdminictration , vnd will be apt lo Li Id ti.at power, at least! rea.-oi.abiy level for the next two years 7 here is ectt ding gi eat joy among the Len. ciacy of the country. Tweri- ty-eil.t years of fasting makes them 'kuigiy and thirsty unto ueatn," ar.vt thev can baldly wait for the wheels oi Tin.e to move around to the -Uh, pt iluich. Col, T. J . lictett, cf the Blooming ton (iuard. has been appointed General Ajieid for the Western Mutual Benevo-P y of treatment, zhni!;t .?' -W,-lent Aviation, of Beatrice, Nebrasku, 'nrr U eur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1884

Philiipstog Herald, LOCAL HERALD1NCS. One of S. C. Cumaiing' children has been on the sick lit during the week. R. Rogers still continues to sell oods At ost.0 Now -in the time to strike "bargains. Mr. D. B. Bailev and her pon, George, are down from Norton county visiting at Mr. Cowau's. Head our prospectus on the. opposite page. It will do you good if you will only profit by it. We are glad to note that Miss Elsie Lowe U gradually recovering .from her long protracted illness. Mr. Franz S. Drummond, a gentle man from Smith county, is now engaged U3 one of the Heuald iorce. We understand that McElroy & Mc Kay have dissolved their law partner jihip. Mr. McKay will continue in practice at thia place. Mr. J. II. Young, County Supt. elect, called in our ollice on Wednesday. He contemplates moving his family to this place in the near future. A little son of Mr. and Mrs. Cowan, who has been dangerously fick for the past few diys, is thought to be improv ing. We learu that Mis. Cowan is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Phillipsburg herald. — 22 November 1884

Published by BISfXL&UGniroOT. pnirxiPSBUKG, KANSAS. NEWS SUMMARY. MISCELLANEOUS. The street car strike in New Orleans end ed in a compromise. The Columbus & Cincinnati railroad will be opened for business soon. New York passers? er agents held a meet ing to discuss emigrant rates. The banking house of James M. Master ton & Co., Mt. Vernon, N. Y.f closed its doors. The eighteenth annual session 01 the Na tion 1 Grange Association convened in Nashville, Tenn. At Lexington, Ky.,Maud S trotted a mile in 2:ivi, the fastest time ever made in the month of November. Prof. Jones, of the city schools, Barling ton, Iowa, and three young Lidies were drowned in an artificial lake. The late rains in Virginia made a good season for handling leaf tobacco, and the market is opening actively. Gov. lloadly of Ohio issued an address to the people in reierence to the miners' troubles in the- Hocking Valley. The extensive furnace at Leniout, Penn., will start uj in full blast next Thursday, a...

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