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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 January 1872

ML lIlfiiifM AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER.. 'FSZgfJS? Vol. VI. Now Bloomftold, Titestlfiy, January 1G, 1873. TVo. 3. Vi n Yv It Pimi lflllKT) KVKRY TUESDAY MORNING, BY FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Iiloomfleld, Terry Co., Pa. Belni provided with steam Tower, and lame Cylinder und Jobrresses, wo are prepared lonoan KHIU9 ui iiuirj miMiiK iii good style and at tow Prices. ADVERTISING RATES I Trantient 8 Cents per lino for one insertion. 13 " " 4 twolnsortlons 15 " " "three Insertions. Business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARliY ADVERTIHF.MKNTB. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year $10,00 Twenty lines " " " $18.00 . For limner yearly adv'ts terns will be given upon application. Lady Clara's Mistake. WHEN I stood on board the Ocean Queen, a steamer outward bound, I bado farewell to the only friend I bad in tho world. When John Fairlie bado me God speed, wrung my hand in liia own,...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 January 1872

HOW SHE GOT HER FURS. MR. EDGE was lato nt breakfast;. That was not nn nmtsunl occurrence and he was disposed to be" cross ; which has likewise nothing new. Bo ho retired be hind tho newspaper, and devoured his eggs mid toasts without vouchsafing any reply lu the remarks or the fresh looking little lady opposite, to wit : Mrs. Edge. Hut sho was gathoring together her forces for the llnal onslaught, and when :nt length Mr. Edgo had got down to the laRt paragraph, it came. "Dear, didn't you say you were going to havV a hundred dollars for my new furs, to-day ?" "What furs?" (rather shortly was this , spoken.) "Oh, pshaw 1 What is tho use of being so extravagant? I havo no money to lay out in useless follies. Tho old ones are good enough for any scnsiblo woman to wear." Mrs. Edge, good, meek little soul that sho was, relapsed into obedient silenced She only sighed a soft inward sigh, and ' presently begun a new attack. " Henry, will you go with mo to aunt's, to-nfght?" , . " Can't you ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 January 1872

RAILROADS. Pennsylvania 11. K. Time Table. NEWPOIIT STATION.- On and fitter 'Nov. 12th, 171, Passenger trains wilt run as iouows: ' KAHT. Mall aid p. M., dully except Sunday Harrlsburg Accom 12.21 p. M., dally " Kunday. WFXT. Thro' Paw. 4.05 A. M. (Hag) dally exe'pt Monday. Way 1'asa, 8.44 A. M., daily, except Hunday. Maft 2.: p. M. dallv eocp Hunday. Mixed 6.:il P.M.. dally except hunday. Uncln'ti Kx.(llaK) 11.3(1 lM..dally, exe'pt Siifrday .1. J. HAItdLAY, Audit. P. 8.-Mall East reaches Philadelphia at U.lvr.M. DUNCANNON STATION. On and after Sunday. Nov 12lh, 171, trains 111 leave Uuncaniion, 'J,.j! yva It I Cincinnati Express (flag) 11.05 I'. M. Dally. Way l'awniier. 8.12 A.M., dally except Sunday Mall. 1.50 p. m, dallyexcept Kunday Mixed, 6.47 p. M., dally except Sunday. EASTWA HI), llarls'lnirg Aecom 12.6WP. M., dally except Sunday. 4lail 6.4K P. M " " Cinoinualtl Express lu.mp. in. uaiiv. , C. K1N(1, Audit. Northern Central Railway. ' ' WINTER ARRANGEMENT. Through and IHrect ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 January 1872

4 l)c imc0f TXtvo BloomftclVlJa. llt Ioomficlb imts. NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. Tuesday, January 16, 1872, Ma,t. Gen. IIai.i.f.c k, on Tuesday lant. died nt Louisville Hon. John Siikhman was elected as Uni ted States Senator from Ohio, on the 10th instant. Mn. Geo. W. Cmi-ns, proprietor of tho Iublie Ledger, Philadelphia, honour thanks Tor a copy of Tho Ledger Almanac a val uable little book which is distributed gra tuitously among his subscribers. In ordor that each should havo a copy, an edition of ninety thousand was printed. Foil A good Daily paper, we commond to our readers, tho Ilarrisburg State Journal. It furnishes a complete and full report of Congressional aud Legislative proceedings, while fer general news, we lind it one cf the best papers in the "State. The terms for the daily are (0 per year ; for the weekly $2, while clubs rcccivo it for much less. Address Stat Journal, Ilarrisburg, Pa. Legislative. The Senate held a short session on Tues day hist and made the nomination...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 January 1872

!jc imcs, New Bloomfictin Jto'. Tuesday, January Hi, 157V. LOCAL I) K V A Jt 1' M K JV 3T. 0 d a M e o 8 ANUAKY. Th. Fr. 1 Si. 4j 5 6 11 12 13 18 19 20 2Si 20! 27 WILL TOU ItKAI Till!! We Intend to stop every subscriber' paper when the subscription expires, for If not noti fied to the contrary, we tuke it for granted that be wishes it discontinued. With the lni-go number of papers mailed from this oiliee, mistakes will sometimes occur, and a paper be continued beyond the time for which payment Is made, and In that caso, It will be sent until 11 arrears are paid. The date sn the direction label tells every subscriber when his subscrip tion runs out. To Subscriber. By noticing the figure n the direction label any subscriber can toll when bis subscription expires. Those who wish to renew or subscribe, but do not like to send money by mail, can pay it to either of the following who are authorized to receive money on our account. Ja. L. Dlvcn, Landlsburg: Samuel ltoliert, Slier, mansdale...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 January 1872

6 jjc fjlaomficlb tmcs. . ,V' . . Tuemtay, January 16, 1872. AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ffe tniHtecomrmintcatlonafromaU iiermntiehoare interested matter properly lielonging to this department. How to Strip it Hide. Almost every farmer has occasion, at least onco si year, to take tlio liklo off either ! lMcf or a mutton, nnl s.omo farmers take liidea off Hiiimals that aro neitlier beer nor mutton, now anil then. In any case there is a right way to do this which is worth knowing. A hide properly utripped off is nearly square, hut otherwise is far from the shape. To proceed properly, lay the carcass on tho hack, run a sharp knifo from tho chin down along the belly in a straight lino to the root of tho tail. Tho knifo should have a sharp point and bo inserted edge upwards beneath thol sikln, when it should bo run steadily along. Then com mence at the split of tho hoof on the fore foot and run the knife down over tho knee Jn a straight lino to the brisket where it meets the main cut. When tho o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 January 1872

1 V7 " jyeto Millinery Goods At Newport, ln. IBKO to Inform Die pnbllo Hint I hare just re turned from Philadelphia, with a full assort ment of the latest styles of MILLINERY OOODS. ' . f , .. , HATS AND BONNETS, , KIHHONS. FRENCH FLOWERS, FK ATI! BUS, . ' ' CHKJNON8, y ''" l,ACK CAPES, NOTIONS, And all articles usually found In a tlrst-clai. Mil littery KHtabllMliiite uL All orders promptly at tended to. rWo will Hell all goods as Cheap as cau be got elsewhere. PRESS-MAKINO done to :i-der and In the la tost style, as I get the l;tt"t Fashions from New York every inonih. (loucriiijr done to order, In all widths. I w ill warm nl all my work to give sat isfaction. All work done as low as possible. ANNIE 1CKES, Cherry Street, near the Station, 51613 Nowport, I'a. CARSON'S STELLAR OIL This Is not the lowest priced, but nelntt much the best Is In the end by far the cheapest. 1H not fall to give it a trial, and you wiU use no other. THE alarming Increase In the number of fright ful accide...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 16 January 1872

Ijt hnc0, Ntu IHoomfieUr, )o. 8 Miscellaneous Hews Items. tif A bill lias been Introduced In the Ohio Legislature to encourage the cultiva tion of forests. U"A smart fellow says: The most ploanant kind of husbandry is the remov ing oi widow's weeds. tST The loss from the flood in the Pitcro monto Valley has been very great. Thous ands of cattle were drowned. tW The revolution in Mexico is advano lng into the 'State of Tamnulipas. Tho western coast in quiet. tW A crazy, man, styling himself secre tary to God, has writ ten a letter to tho Mayor of Brooklyn, threatening to crush him if ho fails to do his bidding. . t A Chicago German blow ut his brains with a pistol loaded with powder and water a terribly efltytive charge if used at a very short range. Two thousand and seventy dollars was the price awarded Mrs. Peter StoufTer by a jury in Westmorland county for her husband who lost his life by falling through a defective township bridge. HP" An excited individual in Indiana county name...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 January 1872

R 4 t J-, ft j i ; r , f , " ft'. ; , ,.' . ,W Kip 1 InT 'Mr ?lrwr,i ! ' , AN' ; INDEPENDl NT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. . . ' ! Vol. VI. Nqw BloomfloldPn., Tuesday, Jaiumry 23, 1873. iSol '4. jt Ijloomfitltr inws. IS PUniJHlIKD EVIRT TUESDAY MORNING, BT ' FBANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Bolus; provided with Steam Power, nnd large (Minder and Job Presses, wo are prepared to do all kinds of Job l'rliitlnn In good style and at Low Prices. ADVEKTISING KATES I Trantient 8 Cents per line for one insertion. 18 " " . two Insertions 15 " " "three Insertions, business Notices In Local Column 10 Cents pW line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c., Ton cents per line. YEAKLY ADVKHTI8BMBNTB. ' Ten Mnes Nonpareil one year Jlo.OO Twenty lines " " " ' 1H U0 M. For Imiirer yearly ndv'ts tonus will be given upon application. Dr. Grafton's Experiment. A COLD, wintry day (altogether too cold for so early in tbo season, pcoplo sagoly said it was)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 January 1872

l)c tmc0f New Bloomftclir, )a. " I don't know. I was up In the nursory eating my supper out of a new silver bowl, that grandma gate me on my birthday, and mamma came up all droned to go out to ride; and he took me In her lap and kiss ed me orer and over 10 many times, and she orled poor mamma t she used to cry a good deal; and she sal A she was going otit to ride, and she told the nurse to not leave me t'one after I went to sleep but to sit with me till she eame home; and nurse said she would, but she didn't; for after mamma and Grandma had gone In the car riage, and I saw them go, she said she was going down to have her tea, and she told me to keep very still and she'd soon bo back; but she was gono, oh, ever so long! and I got tired and fall asleep; and then I thought nurse came back and put me Into , bed; and the next I know I was cold, and I waked up, and some body had me in their arms and was running very fast, and I was frightened, and began to cry; and the man that had got me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 January 1872

RAILROADS Pennsylvania R. 11. Time Table. NEWPORT 8TATION. m end artei1 Nov. 12th, 1871, Passenger trains will run as follows: . ,. EAST. Wall... 6.1f r. u., dally except Rundsy Harrlsburg Accnra 12.24 p. dally " Hunday. . WEST. I hro' Pass. 4.05 A. M. (flair) dally ne'pt Monday. WayTass. 8.40 a. m.. dally, except Hunday. Mail 2.86 p. m. dally except Hunday. nixed 8.31 P.M.. dally except Hunday. 4!tnclirtl Kx.(llag) 11.30 P.M. .dally, cxc'pt Hat'rday ' J. J. BAKCLAY, Agent, r. a Mail Kast reaches riilladelplilaatll.lur.it. DUNCANNON STATION. On and after Sunday. Nov 12th, 1B71, trains will leave Ouncanuon, as follows t WKSXWAKD. Cincinnati Express (Hag) 11.06 1". M. flally. Way Passenger. 8.12 A. M., dally except Sunday Mail, l.fifi p. m dally except Hunday Mixed, 6.47 P. M., dally except Sunday. KASTWAKD. Harls'uurg Accoui 12.09p.m., dally except Sunday. Mull 6.4fi p. M " " " 4nclunaUl Express 10.03 p. in. dally. WM, O. KLNO. Agent. Northern Central Railway. "WINTER ARRANGEMENT. IT...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 January 1872

Stlic dime;,' New Bloomfkliv Wfl. ' I . . i . i . ' I ', , ., , . , M , 4 t . V . I Q , , NEW BLOOMFIEID, PENX'A. TucHday, January 2.3, 1872. "WILI, TOU BEAD THIS! Wo Intend to stop every subscriber's paper when the subscription expire, for If not notl llod to tlie contrary, we tako it for granted that ho wishes it discontinued. With tho large number of papers mulled from this olllco, mistakes will sometimes occur, and a paper be continued beyond tlio time for which payment is made, ami' in that case, it will bo sent until all arrears are paid. The date on the direction label tolls every subscriber when his subscrip tion runs out. We return our thanks to Mr. Shulor of tho limine of Representatives for public document h. We have received a copy of a pamphlet issued by J. M. SlcCluro Esq., which thor oughly ventilates tho Evan's Embezlement case, and will undoubtedly provo of valu able assistance to the Legislature, in their investigation of that matter.' A Liquor Rill. A bill lias pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 January 1872

5t ipt Ioomfitllr ijius. Tuesday, January 23, 1872, LOCAL, DEr4ltTMENT. 0 i Su. Mo.j Til. 1 We: , j. So. I ! 7 H 9 10 11 12 13 114 15 16 17 18 10 20 21 22 28 24 25 20 27 28 29 UO 81 H 0 3 The Article entitled Religious Excito ment" will not do to publish, though it con tains much ttmt is true Tbo Lutheran charge at Loysville is with out a pastor Rtnce the removal of Rev. D. Sell, to Cumberland county. Jail. On Thursday last fl. young mu latto named Lawrence Oren was committed to Jail in this borough charged with mak ing an indecent assault upon an old lady named Mrs. Christina Gardner, living in Howe twp. Tho act complained of, was committed on the 17th of December last. Sadly Afflicted. On Friday night last a sad afllictiou befcl the family of Robert Milligan in M.idison township. On that night three of their children the youngest aged about 3 years and the oldest 12 years, died from scarlet fever., The deaths all oc curred within iiftcen minutes. It is one of t lie saddest cases w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 January 1872

6 tnt Nctx) ISlaomfitls; pal mt ftlaamfifftr pmts. Tuesday, January 28, 1872. PAUld AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We invite communicattontfromaUpernoniiwIioare tntermtrit in matter! property belonging to tliit department. t Pruning Trees, The controversy concerning the right time of pruning fruit trees appears to be endless, although a little observation would obviate all centrovorsy. Lot any one cut off a branch of a maplojin late winter or early spring, and he will sco a great and continvus flow of sap before the buds buret, which will saturate the bark all down the Hide of the tree below the cut branch. What occurs in the maple occurs, though in a less degree, . in other trees, and the main branches and stems of many a great tree have a blackened and dead side under the wound made by cutting off a consider able branch. If only twigs are cut off, the consequences are, of course, scarcely pro coptible. On the other hand, if a branch of a maple is cut off after the buds have expanded, there i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 January 1872

7 .IVew Millinery Goods At Newport, Pa. I BKO to Inform the miblle Mint I have lust re turned from Philadelphia, with a full assort ment of the Utmt stylus el . MUXINEBT GOODS, ' HATfl AND BONNETS, JIIBTJONS, FRENCH FLOWERS, FEATHWW, . .t'iM , CHIGNONS, LACE CAFES, NOTIONS, And all articles nsnallr found In a first-class Mil linery Establishment. All orders promptly at tended to. -We will sell all goods as Cheap as tew be got elsewhere . DRE88-MAKINO done to order and In the la test style, as I get the latent Fashions from New York erery month. Hollering done to order, In all widths. I will warrant all my work togive sat isfaction. All work done as low as possible. ANNIE ICKF.3, Cherry Street, near the Station, ; 4 16 IS Newport. Fa. CARSON'S This Is not the lowest priced, SITFT T AP butbelnn much the best Is in O A XiJj.LLa.ni the end by far the cheaiie.it OIL no not ian 10 give n a trial, and you will as no other. THE alarming Increase In the number of fright ful accidents, result...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 23 January 1872

MasVVJ - - - t r-T t7'".r.i'Z:r-r Miscellaneous News Items. . , t2T A Western carpenter, who was at tacked by a wolf iihiHliop, succeeded iu fleciiriiiK the animal's head In a vice, and mibseqiiently slow him at UIh loisui-e. 1 tW Although Georgia was nettled half a century earlier than Ohio, the population f tho latter to tho square mile Is more than throe timos as great an that of tho for mer. ' " ' ' ' ' l ' t3T) A Vermont farmer who could find no buyers for his land at (1,400 put it up at auction, determined to sell at any price, when it was divided into several parcels and sold for flH.noO.' tS The oldest rose bush iu the world covers one side of an old German cathedral. Its stem is a foot in diameter, and its age is Bupposod to be considerably more than a thousand years. t3T John Hoyt, a clerk in the axe factory of Wm. Mann & Co., at Milroy, Mifllin county, was instantly killed recently while attempting to cross the track of tho Mifflin and Centre County Kail road. , OrOn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 January 1872

IE""zPJrcIr"r'j AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. Vol. VI. Now X?loomflell, Tiicwclay, Jnnunrj' ,'(). 1h72. TVo. . jljc IjloomiWir (pints. 18 ITBMSHED KVBRY TUESDAY MOnMNO, BT FRANK MORTIMER & CO., At New Bloomflcld, Perry Co., Ya. Boliie provided with Hteam Power, mid large Cylinder and Jobrresscs, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-l'iinting in good style and at Low l'rices. ADVERTISING KATES I Tramient 8 Cents per line for one Insertion. 13 " " twolnsertlons IB " " "three Insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, &c, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ten Lines Nonpareil one year S10.no Twenty lines " " " $ 18.00 . For loiipcr yearly adv'ts tonus will be Riven upon application. LIFE'S BURDENS. 0, little feet! that such long years Must wander on through hopes and fears, Must ache and bleed beneath your load; 1, nearer to the wayside inn Where toll shall cease and rest begin,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 January 1872

2 ljc GKmcs, IXm Blaomftclir, Jcu A Singular Duel. IN tho north of Ireland resided ft singu lar character named Fookg. With the young people he was an especial favorite. No bettor partner in "Sir Roger de Over ly," or morrior opponent in the game of ' " Matrimony," could be found in tho en tire country; while his skill in making "hurleys" for the boys, and carving wood en babies for the girl, secured for him a wide-spread popularity among the rising generation. By common consent he was known in this neighborhood as "Holy Fooks," and this epithet was bestowed not in ridicule, but as a sincere acknowledg ment of his singular blameless and useful life. Perhaps it was also meant to com memorate a peculiarity in his character he was never known to fight. From the tithe-proctor, whom he hospitably enter tained and rogularly paid an unprecedent ed line of conduct, which caused that much enduring man to exclaim, "Sure Barnagore would be a heaven upon earth if every man in it was like Holy F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 January 1872

Ijc imc0, New Bloomftcto, J)a. Blooinfiold Academy! An English and Clasaical School foi LADIES AND GENTLEMEN Young Men Prepared For College. A Normal Shoit ami a ifrhiwl of Art. FALL TERM COMMENCES On Monday, the Cth of November, 1871. A Rthe almve school has recently been re-organ-Ized. student cam-liter anv time. Prof. W'M. H. Ml. I,, a graduate of Kutger's Col- leffe. N. .!.. I'rinclnal Miss ANNA E. AlJGNmjKOKIl, a graduate of Esther Institute. Columbus, Ohio, teacher of Hu llo, Fainting, Drawing, Fix-ncli and Gorman. Every facility for tlie training of the youth of both sexes In all that constitutes a liberal and thorough education. The Collegiate Department mhraees all the higher branches. Including the Latin anil liieek Languages, Engineering, Practl cul Hiirvevlng, Llteratuie. Natural Science and ad vanced Mathematics. Vacations: July and August, and one week at Christmas. Terms: For Boarding. Furnished Room, Wash Inn. Tuition In Latin, Greek, English llriiucliesaud Mathemati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 30 January 1872

4; ljc mcv New Bloomftcft, jpa. NEW BLOOM FIELD, PESN'A. Tuesday, January .90, 187. WIU TOU UK AD THIS t We Intend to stop every subscriber's paper when the subscription expires, fur If not noti fied to the contrary, we take it for granted that ha wishes it discontinued. With the large number of papers mailed from this olllce, mistakes will sometimes occur, and a paper bo continued beyond the time for which payment is made, and In that case, It will be sent until all nrrenrs are puid. The date an the direction label tells every subscriber when his subscrip tion runs out. The special election for Senator for the Fourth district takes place to-day (Tuesday). The candidates are Harry W. Gray, regular Ucpublican, and Col. A. K. McClure, Ke- form. Congress during the past week has nc- comphshed but little. The Sennto has spout much time discussing the time for ad' journment, and in amending tho apportion mcntbill, of thn House. Sumner's Civil Hight bill also camo in for a share of at ten...

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