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rates low and liberal.
Airt.beribcr. wi please report wr and
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If jtf Advortissmonts.
spbFhg &summer goods
M M. ICATZ'S,
36 Ularbct Street
ftic .Lower Than Ever!
;-iI,.iiffjrcnltO-lMfroiu 8 CCIltS to
:;R,iS:lfc85 CCIltS rr-yanl up.
cJanai'DtlvaehcdColl'iii C cts. up.
tREAT VARIETY !
l'araiuls, Collars and Cutis
TO WUAR WELL.)
Men & Boy's Wear
L ii Gents1 Cause Underwear
rROBI i0 CENTS UP !
ii c f.'j-1 Jtioj liCLMlcd to cuuiplcte an
H Mt outfit fur LadicvO'cnts or Cliildrcn.
Patronize Home !
I'll Duplicate any Retail
Goods sent for abroad
OH tho fiamo TnrmR
. 36 Market St.
j, WAVE TUIS SEASOX ONE OF THE
Merchant Tailoring Goods
i y :
' f 3 -l'C found annrl. . . i . ..i i
i ji.uvii-, auu l win cm-
f:i"lt0' a,,.v' Gu0 will at Retail iu any'
Merchant Tailor and Clothier."
.u r... vat-A saloon win h
,r Crtim V811 ta t,ie public to-moi row.
, vrcm j r .
"oUt on h eilcate will be kept
a a, ;Vol0r Cream ca Sunday Mt
aj afternoon will fee
JAS. C. LUMSDEN,
Worth iront tt.
I ,1;fai AM) "CHOICE
wm Dates, Dried Fig,-,
trcam Tafl, OranSes,
bbcllhatl- Wl.. T-T..
H w- LIP P ITT'S
r Cry- i- inch 27
Kii!i i :
( For at bottom fiaure?by:
uuujju uus reuuereu
iauiiuie uccision m tue cast oi aiyra
Clark Gaines, involving millions of Jdol-
lars in property iu New Orleans.' This
ends forty years of litigation in favor off
the claimant. Robert 4 Schuyler
Gardiner of West Virginia called at. the
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AVhitc House and in fif teen-
m in teen- mm-
uics i.oucri cnuyier uarcuncr vas AXn-
ron, cx-rnember of Con-ress; from Iowa.
Ins been tendered and accepted the posi-1
tion of Minister of the United' States to I
Gov. Hampton has sealed
the doors of the State offices in dispute to
await the action of the. Supreme Court.
The liabilities of Lockhart & Demp
ster, of LondoD, are" $500,000.
Gholtsou, alker & Co., London mer
chants, have failed. Their liabilities are
small. Mr. Gladstone's health is
causing his family anxiety and medical
men advise him to go abroad. r Al
fred Smith threw himself under a loco
motive' hi Lexington, Ky., rather than face
his wife, whom he had deserted.
late estimate ofiiciaily places the value of
real nstatnin ClmiWrm R P at 1S 90S !
180, and personal property at $9,000,000. 1
exnloratioii of Africa has arrived at Suez. I
The grand crash of arms in Europe f
is not yet. -Gold is looking up and ever I
tip; 107? in New York yesterday.
Tiro Liverpool and Texas" Steamship Com-,
pauy (limited) hhre determined upon I
voluntary liquidation in conseruence of I
thy depression-, in freights and the un-1
pruiitablouess of the steam shijiping trade;
The company's three steamers will be
sold and arc expected to realize more
thaii- enough to meet all liabilities.
The very latest from New Orleans says,
"The Commission, it may be stated, are j
very liopelul that an agreemont may, Dei
jv.ivJo ur io , t:. Trntil 'Mi1 j
1 .in.nln i-nnm i nt.o oiiicu tlu (Commissioner I
I' Public UnilfJings
Ceremonies at the .unite House. Mr. J
.incoln confided those functions to the I
M:irsh;il of the District-, but Mr. Hayes I
5v..i.oriMl ili.-m' io the ConuriisVioni r.i
' : v ' 1
who is iitsw Colouel Casey, of the regular I
lr'rny. Col. Chambers, of East J
renncsec, has bceu appointed General
Superintendent of Postal Stamp Print-
. . Iin
ug vice vt. j. i nuu. u w
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Cabinet yesterday Secretary Sherman
opposed a reconsideration of the
termination to conveno Congress in extra j
session, June 4, and the subject seems to
have bceu informally, dropped.-' The pro
clamation may issue any day. t-V
Ckoxly & Morris Horses and Mnlcd at
S. Jewett More New Books.
UtixsBERGEHHojt's Gcrinan Cologne.'
Wm. L. DeKosset, Chui'n To'Hoide-s of
ClaiiB3 against the county of Xew Ilanpverr
A. Surikr. Collars by the bucket lull -5
cnt3 a bucket. '
The swla water season is at hand.
No, scssiou'of the city court to-lay.
Slc!imship - rtOiivia fioii this
port, arrived at Baltimore liast Tuesday
Nor. kmiue Slaiib'J, uudciiiCM, J-oinJ
this purt, arrived at Stettin, on th n4tii
- rJ i
TU sigual service wires IrtwecuthU
citv and Smithvillc arc again in wofiiui
A judicious use of houso pamt vjnpulU
add to the nrreariSccrr
streets. ; ' .;' ' . v fD Ol 2l
Schr. lldcn A". .Comt,,,McCirt
from this port, -arrived at Uath, .Me., oil
the ICth ii;st.
If "April showers make. May Howers,
what, an abundance of floral trophies
there will be next month.
Mr, J. L. Barlow haa reaigued hia of
lico of Deputy Clerk pf the Market, and
Capt. John Cowan has been aprwinted tcf'
tli2 position. j';
The first Germauplcuicixjr tho season
will take place at tho Wilmington Gar
dens, on the Oth of May, under the auspice
of Gcrmauia Lodged No 4. K. of 1.
-: Cotton men arc looking ! blue over the
prospect of a general European war. .The
oaly hope for them is , that some Yankee
will invent a process fo,r converting cotton
into cannon ball?. " v
a year. Robert Sehuylcr Gardiner once w h!wc nf U, lAtitmaiant. vum imnsn.
held Major's commission ;i ft ;nayc5: Th afanlliscalcOf tjic capacity
regiment. - The Hon. John A,; of FodoolmdsAnd VHI rely for
4 - -
Fromibe-United States Signal 0 lice at
i wia we vv.aiU vuu, louowin" rcioi i
I oi ine inermometer, as tftKcu this morn-
ing at 7:31 o'clock :
, Augusta, 65; Charleston, 6o ; JaL-kson
vill CoS.lMontgoincr)', 6G ;
'Nef Orleans- .68 Norfolk. 01 : SavAn
i . .
I nah, 67 ; St. l4ris:.
' meitT Scales.
The CitVsCales 6x weishin-bct-r cattle.
i nare arnvea aua arc oeinz unt uu in tno
Uq in a day or two. Until thev arc
the scales at Mr. Springer's woo
4;n ont;nii tr h nnA
Capt. JpBjHujSMrifor a Ion
past the able a'hd " accomplished eeli
the Statcsville Landmarki has 'retired,
having Bold out his interest to Messrs. J.
D. BrojL&jj joui 1). Ramsey. ' lit M r.
Brooks. we recognize the popular lifp in
surance ageat who was at one time so
well and favorably known to the people
ofc-Wilmipgton. The new proprietors
have our best wishes fof their success.
Off for Texas:
Mr. Sumner Thomas, t for r any years.
PSt a clerk la Mr. Katz S dry gOOclS btorc
oa:Market street, leaves hero . to-mof row
for San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Thomas
has 'secured a position in a leading dry
S00?3 hfus in San Antonio' whcrf
slsier ow resiaes. . uc. tiiniKs- na can
Dcuernis lortuues by tne move to a new
country. nd, hehas our ,most earnest
wlb,lcs Ior ma success ana prosperity
lestcrdav a ladv observed quite a imm-
bcr of birds huddled together, on the
grass in front of the Lutheran Chi rch,
chirping .and.cemiDg to be in distress or
I very badly frightened, and much to her
.surprise discerned they were canaries. The
supposition is' the birds had gotten out of
tuo avairy conneciea wuu xur. jamus
lmt - house. which i8.only a squiiro from the
Cape Fear Confederates.
The -Ladies Memorial Association are
anxious ta make up complete roster of
ho offisera and onvates. living and tiiead.
Wlir wfnt into the ' Confederate. ' Stiates
kcrvice from the Cape I ear secti.ni. 1 lie
Association has apppointcd a commLttce
who have plac
to attend" to tins duly,
nlared books at Yates', lldius
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,gerger t auu uovcu o w o'"v')
7 i r .i.r.. i..k.kT' i..i'- 111
uf wlricUrcyer? living Confederate is
do-ltjuested to' register his name, rank
Let every one register his name w
ut delay There should be no lacked
Graiid Lodffe of Knights of Honor.
A Rnnd TAIseof-th'e Kuiahts of Honor
'was established in this city last night,
Suoremc Dictator J. A. Lgc and the fyl-
lowing P. D.'s lxjing present, llev. J J.
Allison, DrH. Tull, Dr. D. Cugst'cll,
Dr. W. J. H. Bellamy, Col. C. P. Jones
Lud ilessrsM. iklamy, Y. G. Hrinson;
P. C. Ciirleton and N. Jacobi. The! Su
preme Dictator,' J. A. Egc, presiding.
Dr. AY. JT H. Bellamy was appointed
Grand Treasurer pro temp- and Mr. N.
Jacobi Grand Guide 2ro icmp.
j Atrclection of officers was cnlcrcd.i jto
hich resulted as follows f
I Supreme Keprcscntativcs P. C. Cadet m,
RcVT. J. Allison, 1 year. r
1-rir II Tull and N. Jacobi. Lsu..' Al-
. i juif -
I Bellamy, P. G. 11.
C. K. Jones, G. R.
Dr ll. TulI, G.lv. 'P.
Ke v. TV.J Al lison, G . C.
NiJacobi, G. Guide.
Dr. W. J. II: Bellamy, G.T.
' Dr. U. Cxsdell , G . Guardian.
; The ncit session of tlic Grand Ligc
will be held in , Charlotte on t he tcci nd
Monday in April, 1878, at '2 o'clock P.
The Supreme Dictator left this morn
to institute a Grand Lodge in South Caro
lina and one iu Georgia.
; TlriDJ taodred aud uiue
Wo nubVrdmatldctlpJ iu full workmg
der in the ' United SUtes and scventtcu
rand lodges. Duruig the year 1870 be
cost to each number of the order ta C irry
a life insurance policy ibr $2,000 was
$11, which was paid in one dollar asaps
mcnte daring tl year4 H&i report of jtbe
GranoT Treasarer of the United States
n.rt ir.1or L be in aflourishins con-
ditioitandwjaccesaons to the roll oi
V ,r r
THURSDA Y, APRIL
We thought it was Cul. Dill Saunders,
but it was'nf the same smite, "cbild-liko
and Hand" the same geuial; pleasant,
gentlemaoly make up, the same massive
brow with the hair pushed back by the
expanding brain almost to the top of the
head, the same, in fact, in almost every
thing, only younger and better looking
than the ColoneH It was Capt. R. B.
Saunders, brother to our old friend and
quandom 'fboss," who called jn to sec us
this morning and "make acciuaintance.'
He visits Wilmington in the interests of
the Raleigh Observer, and wc cannot i too
highly commend him and hit! papeMo the
consideration of our people.
Blondes and Brunettes.
rashion has taken a new departure in
the adornments for the head this season.
and brunettes come in for a lar'c share of
favor in the brilliant hues iliat set oil so
finely their dark treses and iia.ol -eyes.
Heretofore blondes have had everything
their own way, and the delicate tints that
harmonize so well with fair complexions,
golden locks and blue eyes have been
altogether too predominant. The
fashions arc ablaze with color, in winch
red and yellow of every possible tint find
great favor. Some of the colors are
fascinating, especially the cameo tints, the
different shades of coral, the brilliant ucw
red, and the many varieties of orange and
gold. The brunettes, therefore, who
have the highest place on the present
turn of the wheel, will enjoy the gay
colors that become them so well, and feel
!. at the same time that they arc in the
height of fashion. The blondes, however,
Deed not be in despair, for among the gay
lints outrivaling the huc3 of the rainbow
may be found delicate sprays of creamy
white, soft rose pink and pale blue, in
harmonious union with the lovely neutral
tints that afford more real pleasure to the
eye thau the gaudy glow, which is so
muc h admired at the outset.' Hi unci tcs
and blondes would do well to remember
that voutli and health arc more attraclivo
than any creations oi me raocnsie, ;mu
that a tasteful simplicity that suits the
style is more desirable than the lavish
overloading of expensive and fashionable
Safe in Port.
As stated by u yesterday tbe stauutli
little pilot boat, the Uriah Timmovs. ar
rived safely in at Smith ville and on yes
terday afternoon came up to Wilmington.
Capt. C. C. Morse, her commsmder, long
known as one of the .most capable and
experienced pilots on the oust, has given
us some account of his experiences which
wc will endeavor to. reproduce hdrc.
Capt. Moise went to sea with the Tim
mons on the : Wednesday morning of last
week on a cruise for vessels approaching
the bar which might need the services of
a pilot. On Thursday', at sunset, -.siw the
last uf the Mary K. -fiprunt, she then
Wxuz about 25 miles northeast t f the
Liht Ship. The same night Thurslay)
as was afterwards learned,. the fyrunl ran
down to the Light Ship and cufjuircd for
the Tinunons, and as the weather
ii !..,! C-iA ..r.r flinil
lueu eiv uitu v -p
she had put into Smithvillci
Uh Thursday night the ga!-j ;tiuck tlie
Timmons which was then lying ;1l the
westward of the Shoals and clos-; up. Un
Friday morning Capt. Morse? tried to get
in over Main Bar, but was blown off, and
a second attempt also failed, lie was then
driven off to? about 43 or 50 miles from
the coast. On Saturday the wind had
moderated aud he sailed for Georgetown,
which port he entered early on Sunday
morning. While there he fell iu with a J
schooner which had been driven ashore, on
the marshes, the Captaiu oi" which in
formed hi'm that he was in company with
a pilot boat, which is supposed to have
been the Sprunt, on Friday huniing,
right under Bald Head.
Capt. Morse remained at Georgetown
about -1 hours. Uu his return he reports
that he saw, oil Murray Inlei, on the
South Carolina coast, a fore-and-aft
schooner, with living jib-boom aud pjiu
sail gone and with a btorm trysail set for
a mainsail. - She was bound uthbut he
did not Icaru hcrinacV.3fhe" Tit.imoM
made her wharf xt bmitUtille ouTucsday,
between 11 aud 12 o'clock, and amid, the
uuiveraal rtjrtciDg of the-pebple tf tiiat
The store on the Northwest .coTuer of
Front and Market . streets, which has
been used as a drug ', etore for many,
years, is being fitted opkor a gentlemen's
fanjisbtogesUbIihmeot and will be pre
sided nvr by Mr. Daniel Kahnweiler.
Floods Every where.
Two gentlemen from this city who had
started to Onslow county in a buggy were
compelled to return because of the condi
H?? lheroads. The water courses aro
all filled to overflowing, and it is hard
work to get aloug anywhcfre. 'They found
out that there is a tremendous freshet in
Ncw IUver and that the bridge at Jack
sonville is in imminent danger while the
ferries are impassable. HeaVing such re
ports they turned back and will wait f -r
To tUe Tax-Payers of New II iino
We have the honor to report that wo
have carefully and minutely examined the
accounts of the Tcasurcr of the County,
checking off each item bv its vouchers.
and with the exception of a few unimpor
tant missing vouchers, wo find all correct.
we nave also examined the original
hiils contracted by the county for sup
plies ol every description. But few of
these, bills are itemized, and therefore it is
impossible to. express an opinion as to
their justice. There is no . doubt of : the
fact that the county being unable to pay
cash for supplies, has been charged a large
excess on the cash value of such sunplies.
'There is. however, no excuse for the Com
missioners having passed a bill for sup
plies for the Poor Jlouse and Out-d,or
1'oor, with such items as these, viz : '.
' 2 doz. Dress Buttons, 2oC, $1.00
i l'air iJoots 4,00.''
as we can sec no reason whv 'such arti
cles should have been furnished by the
Commissioners, to snv jiothmir of the
carelessness of the Auditing Committee in
passing a bill which claims that twice 20
makes 100. Nor do wc approve of sun-
pucs oi louacco and .mult hohvs irivcn bv
uie countv to tho -Uut-door Poor ' as is
showu to have been done by fhc very few
itemized accounts of orders filled for such
purposes. How far such matters have'
been carried it is impossible to say.
, The amount paid by the county for
clerical services is enormousand'iudepeud
cnt of the Register. f Deeds.' would be
sullicient to ay for the services of at least
two accomplished accountants by the
year. Whether this is or is not in conse
quence of a defect in the present system
of county government, we, are unable to
determine,- but if it is, there is no reason
in the payincnt of such amounts as ap
pear throughout the accounis forth? ser
Thojvaymont .of $1,4.00 toJ. II. SmyiliC
tracteTl ior. at less than half the amount,
was ah outrage and deserves the condem
nation of all good citizens.
As regards the taxes levied and col
lected for the pajincnt of-interest and
principal on the bonded debt.
We. find from the accounts that from
Sept. 1, 1870 to Dec "1S7'. there has
been paid on " '
Coupons and premium, gold, ,s ,l lo ?0
Hank debt.. , . . I'J.000 00
Lawyers' fees in iiijunelion
suit .",U0 00
S 10.04O 80
The first item is i:i order. The second
was to yy a debt contracted fur the pur
pose of paying interest on the bonds.
There is now a balance on hand belong
ing to this fund of about $0,20O.
The third item is in direct violation of
law, and having been paid in October,
1870, was done in the face of the decision
of the Supreme Court, iu which Judge
Bynum says : ''If there is a surplus after
discharging the claim of lo,0Qu, the
Board cannot appropriate it to their own-'-or
to other use than jxiymentqf' ike bonded
dcbl." See published decision in which
he further sajs : "They undoubtedly
have the power to buy,,lneir bonds before
payable and retire so much of the debt,
audit will be a health.' sign if they can
do so.: ''.'."-
Since the passage of the law constitu
ting a special commission to thoroughly
examine the acts of all the county officers,
your committee have dropped the investi
gation of "irregularities and leak feeling
that your interests would be fully and
more carefully protected by that Com mis
sion thin we would-be able to do. And
as we have been named by the Legisla-j
tine a "Special Board of Audit to settle
the floating debt of the comity, previous
to January 1, 1877, we - will confine our
selves entirely to the duties connected
j therewith and shall have no further occa
sion to report our action as a committee.
There is no doubt of the fact that it is
impracticable to run tho county govern
ment with the amount of taxes author
ized by general law, hence the passage of
the acts allowing special' levies to cover
probable deficiencies, which were alluded
to in our previous rcnort.
H. Ni-tt, .
You arc asked every day through the
colmuus of newspapers and by your Drug
gist to use sotnetiiing for DysiHjpsia and
Liver cotaplahit that you know nothing
about; you get diaoouraged 8jending
money with but little succc&s. Now to
give you satisfactory proof that Cheek's
August, Fixweu will cure you uf Dys
pepsia and Liver Complaint with all its
effects, such as Sour tstomach, Sick Head
ache, Habitual Cobtivencsa, Palpitatiou of
the : Heart, , Heart-burn, Water brash,
coming up of food after eating, low spirits,
&cu, wc ask you to go to your Druggist
and get a Sample Bottle oi Gbeex's Au
GVvrjVLOvm fer 10 cents and try it, or
a Igular Size for 75 cenU ; two doses
will relieve yon.
t -rr -,.tf.,MM
v v; vi "II JL
Wc will be glad to rewire ceaaulsstltit
from oar friends on asy . W0. all txb'ieti If
general interest but: tfw jrL - Tinf;.
The name of Jtke writrr'ktalir
furnished to the Editor.; t - - ,ir
Communication mast b written ly
one side of the paper.; A y 'Mi.'IT;i';
I'ersonaliacs must be, avoided. - ; .;
Andit is specially and part Inlarl tiAir. u
tood that Jie editor dort nt alvaja xv
the views of correspondents, aniens tttlU4 ,
m the editorial columna. ,
MAKE NO M ISTAKE. In Dooijei V
of Vh?i r-I,:R, you lho rUcfe ' '
of the kind m the world. The canr'are. "
always full wcigbtt article
purest and strongest joisible, K,thi lt
smaller quantity than usual iifflctt?Io '
nl w- Ur bakiDS always perfect? '
Dun t fail then to use Doolit'b Ytktr ! -
Horses & Mules at Auction.
jyp'KRS' STOCK-iiCorner .Piinceir and
Second street.-., on SATUUDAT, April iltl,'
l5"' cjir.m cueing at 10 o'clock, ' 4-gJf- r
CKONLV A M0RR18, .
ai1 ; ' -: ; " : AictV. -
Wlore Wew BdoUd:
rpiIE (JOLDE.V BUTTERFLY. A novel.
Pickwick Abroad.. By.G.AV. MJlieapld
The DuchesdofKoscniarv Lane. J : "
11 j It. L: Farjton.
Black Spirits and White.
Bjt Francis Eleanor TrpJJonr, :
For sale at
- yj I'll Mtj'-'X'''
Hoy tV German Cologne -
t T.VUP.P KIT nv inw'irta .-""-,
Celebrated German Clofse
J ust receirod and for sale at the
LIVE BOOK STORE
' W holesals Orders Solicited. ' ' 'I'-
piAXOS, ORGANS, GUITARS, Violin
Banjos and General Musical Instrnnteata. '
For sale at . . .
HBinssa&ozizi , ' .
Lire Book and llasie Store, 41
afdly 39A411Carktti ?
w , i ; .
To Holders of Claims Against "
tho County of ITeV Itaii-; ;
' over. ' r'
tTH PnP.ivj Til IT lUEBirJTI.'riga mkul;
renting themselrcs, in. the adjustment of thi ,
debt of the County, upon a baiia aatlafaetory;
to this Board, as well as the Creditor!, tppecf '
to he insurmountable; and. - v.; ; -s
Whereas, The Law requires ns to "andit .
crutmize and examine, and malt CB
iuirr concerning the origin and coBsidarn
lion" of each claim, and to "comprmif ad
settle on such terms as they (we) maytnlak 1
just and equitable," and to "recoamesS lh!
payment of such part as they (wn) inty denl 'TV
equitable and just," of the claima afbreaald
Wherea-, After a due cxamiaation W ,fiV
orin and consideration of the etalnia, w are ,
satisfied that but fen, if any," bould bf
tied for the full amount of theit fact jalwi, , ,
and it ii impracticable to adopt an j Ct,by
which thej may be claisiiicd and scaled ;( nn4,
Whereas, Upon intervietr held wilb ana -dry
holders of the various clusca'of cUbst
we lind no disposition on their part; to pro -
pose any terms for a compromise ; and V.
Wherea-, It is iinpracticabU for ns to mako -distinction.--
in the settlement of said elaitas
which vouhl result sRtiefactorilr to alt Co-V
corned, - . '? -
. Be it -Ktvolvctj, That it is the nnantmoQt ,
opinion of this Board that a just and equitakle' "
settlement'. of said claims would be the exj.
change of Bonds of the County, , issued nrider '
the Act creating this Special Board of Andit, '
for Eighty Per Centum ofTbc'faee valfleof
said claims, "whether in Juomcnfcoolify'
warrants or otherwise.' . '
The above l'reamblc and ltesolatioa were ;
unanimously adopted by the Board after a
most patient and thorough investigation and ,
deliberation. Other reasons, . beeida tbote
named, have forced tbemiclref npoa ni in ar
riving at the conclusions. 'O )T i
If such creditors of the County, who. are- ?
willing to accept a setlement on. tho tenna
proposed, will notify the underrigeed, Xjr .
wBiiiNG, to that cfl'ect, the Board will at '
once rt pors their action in each case to fhc
County Commissioners, who wltl cause tne
Bonds to be issued in aecorda?ee'w!tk tne f
provision. of the Act of Aucnbir. . J; i Tf
Wil. DtKOSSKT, Chm'm - -SpcciaJ
Board of AailL , ,
NEW, CHEAP AXID GOOD; v
CJI'KING STYLES XOW IXr - r
Gronts' and Youth's and Coj$
Clothing. , r ,?
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