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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 May 1870

Poetry. Poetry. From the Nation. Poetry. From the Nation. IN MAY. Poetry. From the Nation. IN MAY. BY ROBERT WEEKS. ' -' Now thai the green hillside has quite Forgot that U ni ever white. With quivering t c Clothed upon, And dandelion in rite the ran, ?Aod oolacubinea hsve fbnel a wmy jt .. flTo wrcoir tb.hwd and pray 1 Old rocka which also f 1 tiie Spring, Ana c:ro anaee cwiagaaa -Jiig: .jn bougis which wsrec tirat laie, -t And bee become importunate. And butterfllee are quite at ease Upon the well contented breeze. Which only la enough to make A shadowy laughter oa the lake. And all tne cloade-that here and there Are floating, melting la the air. Are such aa beautify the blue, Sow, what ia worthier, May, than yon O'altiBT'prsirt, of aa my ttrve, .. -r' V " xcept whom yon remind me of T " eM a " Selected Miscellany. Selected Miscellany. AN EXPRESS MESSENGER'S STORY. or ' In di Bummer of 1863 I was -flerving as J - messenger on too; An'18" ua American (nov called Canadian) Express. ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 May 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. XU1T, IBITO ABB PROPUETOB. il'CON-NSLSYILLE, OHIO: FRIDAY, ..... May 2T, IS 10 NEW YORK ELECTION. The Albany (N. Y.) Argus, which is pood authority, put th Democrat c Majority at the la te Judicial election in New York, at 83,000. 'I his is the greatest majority ever given to any party in that S ate. and. with one or two exceptions the largest ever record ed in the Union. Ine candidates lor Judges agon both tickets were excel lent men, and the contest was con ducted entirely upon political consid erations. Ine Democratic cam was not in the city, for it only gave the same majority that was recorded for eeymour over r resident Urant. It was in the country, where he Republican majority has been hitherto coun ted by tens of thousands, that the at tonishing change took place. The Re publicans have heretofore had in the rural districts 50,000 majority at every election. ow they are beaten 28,000 votes. Wendell Phillips Right for Once. T7e do cot often agree wit...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 May 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. - TITO DOLLARS A TEAtt IX ITCONNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, Max aTtlSTO. NORMAL SCHOOL. Paving been solicited ty quite a number 10 open a Xorn.nl School in WcConnelsTille, I am induced to make the following announcement: I will instruct a class in Orthoeraphj, Gram mar including Etymo'ogv, Analysis and ryntax for a Term of five weeks, beginning ei'her tb first or aecond week in June, at five dollars per scholar, payable during the first week cf the session, provided that by the 25th of May, I shall receive twenty five names. For rurther information address, J. IT. RUSK, Malt, O, Stay 13, 1870 -tf. M. E. MINISTERIAL ASSOCIATION. . The Methodist Episcopal Ministe rial Association, for this District, bas been in session here . for some days. The attendance b&s been quite- large throughout.- On Wednesday rvenhrg, the question of Temperance, which is assuming such a position . of impor tance in our State and National poli tics, was taken up and disscussed by Bevs. McCue and ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 27 May 1870

Special Notices. The Wear and Tear of Business Life. Th cares and labors of business life re apt to tell eeianjST npon the health and constitution of the ardent, mareticbusiness man, and when the need of some snKWunmr agent w felt, stimulants that cans only tMraraar exaiierat ion, and leave the system la a state nfoxrual oollap-e when their nrst efiect baa passed off, areto often loetated to. As certainly aa fare leaves K.hnMl it a reeidi.m of ashes, the uae ul die adulterated honors of commerce produces premature exhaustion and decay, 't ouch them not. Tone and regular the overtaxed vital machinery with Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. In that wholesome elixir, - the alcoholic element, which isthe purest derivable from any source, is tempered by the choicest tonic, ape nee L antj-bilwus and antHebrile vegetable extracts and juices. To strengthen, recnrrt, solace, and purify the system is the mission of he great vegetable specific. When the stomach ia in a healthy state, the bile flows ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 June 1870

Poetry BIRTH OF THE FLOWERS. BY G. M. P. 'fTb following! Jirro3j on llrjacfa Death o( the Bowers we cup iruiu uie a. j . tve lag Post. Ed. " , , L Tbe jcon dyi at lengtk have oosF.tbe gladdest of the ytT.'-T-, - - . , X geutle wind and leafjy wood, green me4d And In sheltered hoUow of tbagrow the floweret lifu itMhead. It tremble to the eddying breeze and to the rab bit a tread. . The robin and tbe wren have come, and in the ahrobg iheJy. Building his IK tie wicker-nest, is busy through the flay. Hot are the ower,-Ui fair young Bowers, that - - lively sank and fell ' t. - To winter's ahxie and winter's blast that BWt thiYitiph varx dell. Bnrrah I they all are in their bloom, this gentle - raceef tfonrefsr' Are brishtening np their lowly beds and trailing . o er eur - . Therain is falling where they blooey .but this gen tie April rain Oalli ont from every fragrant cell the perfume they contain. . t The wind flower and the violet "they came some weeks ago, . . -r And the briar rose an...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 June 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. XXLLT, EDITOR A.SD PBOPRIKTOR. M'CONtf ELSVILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, June 3, IS?0. PARAGRAPHS. BY A CONTRIBUTOR. An Old Document. In nn examination of some old papers, we came across the ToU Book of an election held at the Court House, in McConnelsville, on ihe 25th day of December, 1829, for the purpose of electing three Trustees aiid a Trcasuror to man age the affairs of School Section 16 of the original surveyed Town 10, iind Range 12. The township of 2Ioran, then including what in now called Malta township, was ! the election district. Samuel Ba ker; Sen., John Jack and Crey Benjamin were the Judges, and James L Gage, and E-lward Dawes vrcro the clerks of the election. The number cf Totcrs at that election was certified to be sixty- x. viz: Richard GilderslieTO, Grey Ben jumin, John Seaman, John Christy, Jacob Johnson, John Arthur, Sara. E Baker, John W. Johnson, Wil liam Hawkins, Riehard McKibbtn, JJichael Wiseman, W. C. Shuort, Joseph Kirk, John E. Hanna...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 June 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. I TWO DOLLARS A IGAK 1T ADTAKCE. " M'CON NELs VI LLE: FUID4T, i . . June 3,IS?0. PROHIBITION CONVENTION. Whereas, At a meeting, held at the Town Hall in McConnelsville, on the 27th of May, 1870, we, the undersign ed, were appointed as a Commi tee to elect the time and place of holding a Prohibition County Convention, there fore, notice is hereby given that said ! Convention will be held at th Town Hall, in JlcConnelsvil'e, on SiTCBOAT THE ISth DAT OF JCXE, 1S70, for the purpose of putting in nomina tion candidates for the following Coun ty offices; to wit: Treasurer, Prosecu ting Attorney, Commissioner and In firmary Director, and for such other ac tion as may be deemed expedient. A tor dial invitation is hereby ixtended tj all persons isi faror of resorting to tho ballot to obtain proti ction for per son and property through legal prohi bition of the manufacture and Bale of alcoholic liquors in the State, and aJl each will be acc pted delegates of the convention. ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 3 June 1870

Special Potters. job mcszs' Sir James Clarke's Female Pills. These Invaluable rills ate tin failing in the care of U thoe painlul and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. They moderate all ex ceases and remove a obU"ln;Uooa, trora whatever oauae. TO 31AUR1KD LADIES Tbey are particularly suited. They will in abort time, bring on the moBihly period with regularity, and although ver powerful, contain nothing hurUul to tne Conetttutioo. in all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affec- liooa. Fains in the Hack and ljmbs, 1-atigue on slight exertion. 1'alpilation ot the Heart, llysterics and W hitas. tbey will t-flect a cure when all other means riave tailed. The pamphlet anraud each package has tart directions and advice, or will be sent free to ail writing lor it sealed from observation. SPECIiL I.GT1SE. r Jth Moxrs' Sir Jme Clark Female Pitta me extern . sivht licrVTrftFBlTFIV The pemvii,t have the unm oj "JOH -VO.Wi.Vf 4 i fW, TMtrkiHf. All orhtrtarewiirfhlt. N. li...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 June 1870

Poetry. Tax fow-owiho sxe alphabetical aaaertiona,briefiy collected, describing eleputt flirtation, generally Happening la joking, unmuk. rnf. iuaijm ins. nuttimr. opportunity, producing queer rum puses, small-talk under volks' window, xciting yoattifulaeal, etc.:" 1 Arthur asked Amy's affection, - . Bet, being Benjamin's bride, dcily cat Charles' concoction, L Deborah Picky denied. ,' Eleanor's eye, efficacious, Frederick's fatality feels; Giles gained Georgians eood gracious! Harry bates Helen's high hoe In. Isaac is Isabel's idol. 12.'' Jenny jeers Jonathan Jones; ... Eatherine knows knock-kneed Kit Kriedal, Love leering Lucy 'a long bones. Macy meets mortifications. Kicholas Kancy neglects, , Oliver's odd observations Prove Peter poor Patty protects I Quaker Qnintilian's queer quibbles Bed Sachet's reasons resist; Soft Simon's sympathy soribbles Tales to tall Tabithy Twist. Uri's unthinking undoing Volatile Valentine's Test K William's wild wickeder wooing 'Xceeds Youthful Zelic...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 June 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEIH A KJLLT, EDITOR AND TUOPRtETOR. M'CONWELSVILLE, OniO : FRIDAT, June lO, ISTO. IJEXPCRATIC STATE TICKET. IKCRETART OF STATU, WILLIAM HKISLEY, of Coy.ihoga. ECFKKHE JUDGE, RICHARD A. HARRISON, of Madison. CONTROLLER OF THE TREASURT, JOHN II. II EATON, cf IMmor.t. MEMBER BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS, "WILLIAM SPENCER, of.Lickio?. THE CONVENTION AND THE PLATFORM. Oux Democratic State Conven tion, which met in Columbus on ilio 1st instant, put in nomination tho excellent ticket at the head of this paper. The ticket is universally acknowledged to bo a good one, and will, doubtless, be elected. Tho following is the platform of principles adopted by the Conven tion, and it is gratifying to know it cannot fail to be admired by all in telligent voters : The Democracy of Ohio," coming to gether in the spirit of devotion to the ioctrine and the faith of a free repres entative government, and reiving for success upon discussion and tbe intel ligence of the people, deem the pres...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 June 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YE Alt IS . ADVANCE. It'COXXELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . Jimelfl,ISTO. PROHIBITION CONVENTION. Whereas. At a meeting, held at the Town ITall in McConnelsville. on the 27th of May, 1 S70, we, the undersign ed, were appointed as a Commi:tee to select the time and place of holding a Prohibition County Convention, there fore, notice is hereby given that said Convention will be held at the Town Hall, in McConnelsvil'e, on Saturday the 18th dat or Jrsc, 1870, for the purpose of putting in nomina tion candidates for the following Coun ty ofiices; to wit: Treasurer, Prosecu ting A tiorney, Commissioner and In firmary Director, and lor such other ac tion as may be deemed expedient. A cordial invitation is hereby xtended to all persons in favor of resorting to the ballot to obtain protection for per son and property through legal prohi bition of the manufacture and 6ale of lcoholic liquors in the State, and all such will be accepted delegates of the convention. M. ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 10 June 1870

SpccioU;oiiCri n n n a n- r t f f f t a at at a s ? f f f ? ? S Time Tests th slut-iits of aU Things -to 1870. 1840 FOR THIRTY YEARS ! Perry Davis5 Pain Killer Has Iwn tested in eery variety of climate, and by almost -every nation known to Americans. It is the almost constant companion and inestimable friend of the missionary and the traveler, on eoa and land, and no one should travel on our LAKKS OH KlYKRS WITHOUT IT Fain Killer was the First and is the Only Perma.nrit Pain Reliever. Since tile PAIN KII.LKR was first introdnced, and met witn sucl unsurpassed sale, many 1 IsrMKNTs, Kklikfs, Panamas, and other Kemkdiks have been offered to the public, but none of them has attained the truly KNVlAMLt stamilnu ol the PAIN K1LLKK. WHi' IS Ei-II3 SO ? It i be can e IHVS' PAIN KILLER is what it claims to be. a Reliever cf Pain. ITS MER.TS A?E U '.surpassed. If yon are suffering rmm INTERNAL PAIN, ttrmtv tathiriv &$ ' a ui'rr will almost instantly cure you. There is not hmg equal to it...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 17 June 1870

Poetry. From the Atlantic Monthly. AN IDLER'S IDYL. ' A borrowed boat a rtataekjr, " a tide whereon to dream ana drift. Delay that never seems delay, Are more to me than gain or gift. A boat Is broader than hearth, To borrow better than to own, ' for Care 1a In a manner blind. And follows thrift by touch alone.' ' The miller's heart fa? In ils tofl, " ' The sower's thoughts plod to and fro. And who hath anything at aea Forebodeth winds that nerer blow. Then, Life; for thee the idle oaf, A drowsy tide to drift upon. An sir that hints of hills new-mown. To lull thee when thy dreams eome on. Selected Miscellany. MISSED HIM. BY A REAL DETECTIVE. J 'Well, well! perhaps it was my fault per haps it was not He was a clever fellow ah I that he was. They asked me to catch . v m 111 A T wAtln'( Mmmi'oA aim ; 1 saia a a try. w uwuu pmm no, I'd oily say I'd try. -. .. I tried. . His offence was nothing mere ly what is commonly called a "Kail way Plant" It succeeded though, and my gen tleman was ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 17 June 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. ksllt, editor asd proprietor. ITCON-NELSYILLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, , . . . . June IT, ISYO. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SECRETARY OF FT ATE, "WILLIAM HE1SLKY, of Cuyahoga. 8CFKKXB JL'DGK, EICUAED A. UAURI50X. of Madison. COXTROLI.KR OF Tni TRKAURT, JOHN H. U EATON, of Belmont. MEVBKR BOARD OF FCBUC TTUFC", WILLIAM SPENCER, of Licking. DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM. FORM. The Democracy of Ohio, coming to gether in the spirit of devotion to the doctrine and the faith of a free repres entative government, and relying for success upon discussion and the intel ligence of the people, deem the present convention a fitting occasion to reas sert'the following time honored princi ples of the Democratic party. That the Federal Government is one of limited powers, derived solely from the Constitution; that the grants of power made therein ought to oe stric tly construed by all the aepenuants and agents of the government, and that it is inexpedient and dangerous to exercise doubt...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 17 June 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A l'EAH l. ADVAXCE. H'COXNELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . JnnelT,lS?Q. PROHIBITION CONVENTION. "Whereaf, At a meeting, held at the Town IIall in McConnelsville. on the 27th of May, 1S70, we, the undersign ed, were appointed as a Committee to " 6elcct the time and place of holding a Prohibition County Convention, there fore, notice is hereby given that said Convention will be held at the Town Hall, in JIcConnelsTil'e, on Satcrday the 18th dat of Jcxe, 1S70, for the purpose of putting in nomina tion candidates for the following Coun ty offices; to wit: Treasurer, Prosecu ting A ttorney, Commissioner and In firmary Director, and ior such other ac tion as may be deemed expedient. A cordial invitation Ts hereby extended to all persons in favor of resorting to the ballot to obtain protection for per son and property through legal prohi bition of the manufacture and sale of alcoholic liquors in the State, and all such will be accepted delegates of the convention. M. Mc...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 17 June 1870

Special llotucs. Itch! ItthI! Itch I U SCRATCH .Kt RATI II IX SCRATCH : J AVheatota's Ointment In from IB to 48 bonis i tJuresSnlt It beam. uures Truer. Cures HarbrlV Itch. Uures Old storea. Cure every kind of MAGIC- Prioe. BOc. a box : by man. 8k .rasBbrsllDruaarlstn. Botnai. Mm I . A sort of spread ea!e 1 HaVS BUBU THE GREATEST MEDICAL BLESSING . OF THE AGE. DR. KENNEDY'S RHEUMATIC AND NEURALGIA DISSOLVENT. heading but I mean every wori of it Ui ere. w Des your system RHEUMATIC pain, and you enact even tarn yaxrsetf inbed.ormtting io a cnair, yoo most mi uju nunt ing it was night, and at night wishing it was morning Vi Den you have NEURALGIA, when every nerre in your being is bke ft n'Jl was, oirculaung the most venomous and hot poison around your heart, and driving yon to the very verse madness: When yon have the SCIATICA, that I have just ,rot throsAwith.) ItatswJ awM most susarvwiineriug, niu j.,rj"iZri nnrit-breaking and mind-weakeningri mM aeesthst afflvra oar poor human natu...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 June 1870

The Poet's Corner. VERY FAR A WAY. One touch iLer w o ui ;(Jc wlilu-. huipiiKKing sjmhitii u otiuiaUi's guo', That 10 tar Htijn tii. dj loK Iiylit LiD.ts. where the diri khipx ntr.rd go rpou tli (JiH-u liiylm ay bnad " 'flat Mi op to U iale of liixl." - One touch of light more nitric yet. j Of rarer snow 'lq& h ino 114 or bUr, .. Where, with her graceful uulu all set, . Some happy vessel seen alar. As ii in an enchanted sieep, Bteers o'er the tremulous silver'd deep. O ship 1 O sail 1 far 'mast ye be Ere gleams like that upon ye light. O'er golden spaces of the sea. From mysteries of the lncent night, Such touch come neverta the boat ' ' Wherein across the waves we float. O gleams more mapie arid divine. Life's whitest aail ye Mill refuse, And flying on before as shine Upon some ditsant bark ye choose. . By night or day, across the spuy, . That sail is very faraway. Selected Miscellany. A NIGHT ATTACK. 'I had but lately come out to Australia from England to join Dick Merton, my ...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 June 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. JOSEPH A. KXLLT, EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. JI'C0NW3LSVIIiLE, OHIO : FRIDAY, June 24, ISTO. BESdCRiTIC STATE TICKET. CKCRITART OF STATE, WILLI All UEISLEY, of Cuyahoga. 6CPKKMF Jl'DCt, BICUARDA. HARRISON, ol Madison. CONTROLLER OF TIIK TRRAPURT, JOUN n. II EATON, of Beltront. XEVBKK BOARD OF rtBUC WOFK, "WILLIAM SPENCER, of Lickinp. DEMOCRATIC STATE PLATFORM. The Democracy of Ohio, coming to gether in the epxnt of devotion to the doctrine and the faith of a free repres entative government, and relying for success upon discussion and tee intei ligence of the people, deem the present convention a fitting occasion to reas eertjth following time honored princi ples of the Democratic party: That the Federal Government is one of limited powers, derived solely from the Constitution; that the grants of power made therein ought to be stric tly construed ty ail tne dependants and agents of the government, and that it is inexpedient and dangerous to exercise doubtful powers; that...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 June 1870

THE CONSERVATIVE. TWO DOLLARS A YE1K IN ADVANCE. H'CONXELSVILLE : FRIDAY, . . . June 24,1810. C, Elsew here wepublish reports of the proceedings of the ProhibU tion end .Radical Conventions, which have been held in our town daring the past week. Had we EpftCO, we would notice them at length; bu as we have not, the fol lowing must suffice for th week. The Prohibition Convention ex-, cecded in magnitude the expecta tions of the most ardent and hope ful of the party. Upwards of fifty delegates were enrolled, and all of them wero men of the first rank in the County. Tbe delegates wero men of both the old political parlies, men who for years had been war ring itu each other on the political issues which have distracted the country the Abolitionists rnd Yal- landighara Democrats wero seen that day to join band in band and pledge themselves to work together in a common cause, and for a com men obiect. The Convention was the most orderly, harmonious, and wo may say enthusiastic also, that e...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conservative. — 24 June 1870

Special Notices. The Life Sustaining Organs. The two orjfms which minister most directly to the support of Ihs ho1 jr. ere tbe stomach end Imt. In the former tbe first process of digestion takes place. nnder tbe action of tnat powerful solvent, the gastric juice. Tbenee tiie food, converted into a palp, pent into the dulenum. where it is subjected to the action oi the Inie or gall, flowing from the liver, and of tbe fluid -oenti o the pancreas, orsweet bread of the srstem. hese suoreuons snpar&te tbe nutrition nortion tne r tt, ana it is tnee taken op by tbe absorbent ves- se s ami conveyed into the channels of eiranlaumi in the ton.1 of venons blood, while the waste mat er is discharged through tbe bowels. Unless all these pro cesses are duly performed, disease of some sort is inevitable, and the best of ail medicinal agents for pre amng or restoring the U-ne and regulating the action of toe three organs (the stomach, liver and intestines) by which the three-fold work is carrie...

Publication Title: Conservative, The
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