CHARLOTTE, N. C, SATURDA f . OCTOBER 28,
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ARB MAKIUG A SPECI iLTY
WE BAVK A
when voi' w .r
FALL AND WINTER STOCK
I'ulises id tain Baa
IS N W COMPLETE.
It litis been selected with unusual care to meet the
wants of the Trade, and to give them the
BEST GOODS MANUFACTURED.
LADIES', GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S
ioe Boots, Shoes and Slippers
OTJE STOCK OIF1
Trunks, Valises and Traveling Bags
18 LAUGH AND VARIED.
HATS ouu unI of ) HATS
-IS COMIOSKD OF THE -
,irT mi AlVns and I j A TEST STYLES
SILK, STIFF I FELT.
"Caii aodtrj tin Old Established House of.
exander & Hams.
PECRAM $c CO,
A cold or sore throat may not seem to
amount to much, and II promptly attended
to can easily De curea; dui neglect is orcen
followed by consumption or diphtheria.
No medicine has ever been discovered which
w-ts so quickly and surely In such cases as
PERRV DAVIS' PAIJV KILLER. ThO
prompt use of this invaluable remedy has
Baved thousands of Uvea.
PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KILLER is
not an experiment. It has been before tne
public for forty years, and Is most valued
wnere it is oest Known.
A few -Ktracts from voluntary testimonials
reau ifc lonows :
Pais Killeb has been my household remedy for
colds for the past twenty-seven years, and nave
never Known to lau m enecumt a cure.
L. 8. Crocker, Willlamsvllle, N. Y.
For thirty years I have used Pain Etllkb, and
round it a never-failing' remedy for colds and sore
throat Bahton Seaman.
Have received immediate relief from colds and
pore throat, and consider Vour Pain Kili.kb an
myaiuaDie remeay. uio. u. evi&ett, Dickinson,
I havfi mat. lwnimiwl fwim m. vhtv severe cold.
which I have had for some time. I could get no
relief until I tried your Fain hilleb, wmca
relieved me immediately. I will never again be
without it. C. O. Ioece, wwnaes, ua.
Have used Pain Killeb in my family for forty
Eears, ana nave never Known it to i mi- xiANSOM
,Ewi8. Wavnesboro. Oa.
I beg-an ueinjrPAiN Killer in my family twenty,
five years ago and have used itever since, and have
louna no meaicine to raw its Place. u. w. JJYkb.
DruiraTBt. Oneida. Ti. Y.
For whoopinjr-cougb. and croup it Is the best
preparation maae. w e wouia not De witnout it.
A. P. Routs, Liberty Mills, Va.
For twenty-five years I have used Pain In.ua
for colds and chapped lips, and consider it the best
mecucuie ever onered. Gxo.Hoopeb, Wilmington,
I wu Hufferinpr severely with bronchitis, and my
throat was bo inflamed I could scarcely swallow
any food. I was advised to try your Pain Killer,
and after taking a few doses was completely
Dr. Walton writes from Coshocton : Your Paiw
Killer cures diphtheria and sore throat, so alarm
i t i yl v nreva1Tt new him not been known to
fau in a single instance. This fact you should
maxe Known to tne world
Mrs. Ellen R. Mason writen : Mv son was taken
violently sick with diphtheria, hiffh fever, and cold
chills. So many children have died here, I was
airaia to eau a pnysician, ana tnea your riin
Killer. He was taken on Sunday, and on
Wednfwrtav his th rot wail clear. It was a won
derful cure, and I wish it could be known to the
poor mothers who are losing so many children.
For Chills and Fever PAIN KILLER has
no equal. It cures when everything else falls.
Delays are often dangerous. A bottle ot
Pain Killer 4n the house Is a safeguard that
no family should be without.
All druggists sell it at 5c, 50c, and $1.00
PERRY DAVIS & SON. Proprietor.
Providence, R. I.
sept d Vw sept & oct
H. C. ECCLES, PROPRIETOR.
CHiBLOTTE, n. c.
THIS Hotel was completed In 1872, and new
additions made In 1875, "TBE CENTRAL"
Is situated on Independent Square, occupying
half a block on Trade street, In the business cen
tre of the City, in ciose proximity to Banks. Ex
press ana j eiegrapn omces, and commanding a
mountain view of mo'e than fifty miles.
The Intention of the Proprietor Is. not onlv to
present to the traveling public one of the finest
notei Buuuings in tne South, but one of the most.
compiece ana Dest conducted Hotels In all Its dif
Having recently been decoratpd anrl fMmrwrt
throughout. It is not only one of the most beautl-
LEADING AND PALACE HOTEL
of the South. te home of Commercial Tourists,
pleasure seekers and resident guests.
H C. ECCLEb, Proprietor, wlil be pleased to
we come his friends and the traveling public, and
respectfully solicits a share of patronage from all
who would enjoy and appreciate a home combin
ing elegance, beauty and comfort in all its ap
pointments ana surroundings.
RATE.H $2.00 and 82 50, per day, according
iu location. septus
KNOWN A3 THE
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
fH MONDAY, the 6th day of November next,
J at 12 M., we will sell at the court house door
In Charlotte, N. C. , that valuable tract of land con
talnlng 539 acres, lying In Providence township,
Mecklenburg; county, six miles from Matthews'
station on the C. C. Railroad, about the same dis
tance from Plnevllle, on the C, C. & A. Railroad,
and twelve miles from Charlotte, known as
THE PORTER PLACE,
Said Kinds are highly Improved and very pro-
duo'.lve, being well adapted for cotton, corn, wheat,
oats, fcc. . &3. There Is a good residence, orchards,
barn, gin house and other necessary outbuildings
on the plantation in good conditio and churches
and schools are at convenient distances. The
lands will be offered In four lots:
First lot, containing 177 acres on which is situ
ated the residence and other buildings.
Second lot contains 45 acres.
Third lot contains 137 acres.
Fourth lot contains 1 85 acres.
They will also be offered as a whole.
Om-fourth cash; balance in three equal install
ments at the end of ore, two and thkei years,
with interest at the rate of eight per cent pr an
num. SALE POSITIVE.
Purchaser can also buy on favorable terms the
stock of Horses. Mules, Cattle, Hogs, Farming Im
plements, Wheat, Oats, Corn, Hay, kc, now on
II. II. WIITH Oc CO.,
109 Pearl Street. New York.
octlO till nov6
W. J. BLACK & SON,
Charlotte, N. C , Dealers in
Groceries, Cotton, Bagging and Ties
FBESH STOCK JIJ8T IN,
And will be pleased to see their fi lends,
Electric Appliances are tent en 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
"l If HO are suffering from Niwvous Demlitt,
y Lost Vitality, Lack or Nerve rosea axb
Vioor, Wasting Weaknesses, and all thoe diseases
of a Personal Nature resulting from Abuses and
Other Causes. 8peedy relief and complete resto
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V01TAI0 BEIT CO.. MARSHALL,: MICH.,-;
augl dw ly eod
BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.
1,000 Cases and 325 Deaths at Mier.
New Orlkans, October 27. A Times
Democrat, Camaego, Mexico, special,
says authentic reports from Mier give
the total cases of fever during the epi
demic at 1,000 and deaths at 325. The
cases now under treatment number
450. The prominent citizens having
the fever are the following: Manuel K
Canales, Julius Wormser, Antonio F
Canales, Dr A Edward Webb and
daughter. The following have died:
Mrs M G Canales, Francisco DeGarsa,
Enilio DeGarsa. There have been 150
deaths at Camaego since the disease
American Missionary Association.
Cleveland, Ohio, Oct. 27 At the
afternoon session yesterday of the
American Missionary Association Rev.
Dr. J. E. Hoy, of Georgia, read a paper
on the New South. The association
closed at night with a mass meeting in
the tabernacle, at which speeches were
made by ex-Priest Hayes, President
White, of Cornell University, and Hon.
J. L. M. Curry, of Virginia, the agent
of the Peabody Fund in the South. The
topic of the evening was Southern ed
ucation. The Walking Match.
New York. October 27 When Ha-
zael retired last night his score was 4l4
miles and one Ian. His knees had civen
out. Hazael and Rowel 1 slpnr. in thpir
tents all night and wpre taken awav
this morning. Amono- hpttino- mn
Noremacis the favorite. "ITiio-hPa re-
uneu nuiii me race at 12:20 pm, an
nouncing the fact at the Judge's stand
4-; j iv .
At 1 OClOCk the score stmwl Fit?
gerald 481 miles and 5 laps; Noremac
465 miles and 2 laps; Heity 450 miles
and 4 laps ; Hughes 450 ; Hart 435 ; Vint
Lyons Panic Stricken.
London. October 27. A nnrrfisnnn
dent of the Central News at Lyons tel
cKirfuuo Lo-uay mac tne sit nation is
critical. A panic has seized the popu
lation. Theatres last night were empty
xue uiuu uireaten to attack banks and
puDlic. buildings. Measures of nrecan
tion have been taken.
Mr. Wilfred Blunt is confident
success in Arabi s defense.
It is rumored that the Sulfas has or
dered the proceedings against Arabi
Pasha to be stopped.
James Farhurst. aged 45 years, com
mitted suicide in Philadelphia vester-
day by hanging himself to the cellar
Dr. Wm. H. Harris committed suicide
at Greensboro, Ala., last night by tak
ing morphine. He had been drinking
Richard B. Cornevall, who was in
dicted for eSkoezzling S70.000 from the
r ourth National Bank of New York.
is supposed to have jumped his bail and
fled to Europe. His bond, amounting
to $10,000, has been forfeited.
Acting-Secretary of the Interior Jos-
lyn has decided in effect that 7 years
absence may be taken as proof presum
ative of a soldier's death, and such
proof shall warrant the issue of a pen
sion to his family if other requirements
have been complied with.
The surgeon-generals of the army and
navy have recommended a plat of five
acres in the southwest corner of the
Hot Springs mountain for the proposed
Army and Navy Hospital, for the con
struction of which an appropriation of
$100,000 was made by the last session of.
United States District Attorney
Stewart L. Woodford, of New York,
and Col. John O'Byrne, of Wilmington,
Del., have got into a controversy over
a speech made by Col. O'Byrne in Wil
mington, in which he charged that tis
sue ballots were used at elections in the
district in which Mr. Woodford re
sides. Richard Magee, a Philadelphia-brew
er, while ascending the stairway ot a
building on Walnut street, was jostled
by three men, who afterward apologiz
ed and then passed out. Mr. Magee
discovered a few moments afterwards
that a wallet containing $2,200 in mon
ey had been taken from his pocket.
It is expected that the case of the
United States against the Nasheville,
Chattanooga and St. Louis Railroad for
the recovery of the interest due on cer
tain bonds, in which Indian trust funds
amounting to $153,000 were invested,
will come up at Nasheville. Tenn., dur
ing the present week. The company
has offered to compromise by paying
In answer to a circular of the Civil
Service Reform Association in New
York, Gen. Slocum, Howard Carroll,
Charles Rhodes, N. W. Mitting and
Lewis Beach, congressional candidates,
have expressed themselves in favor of
the Senate bill to regulate and improve
the civil service and the House bill pro
hibiting political assessments, measures
which the association are strongly ad
In the United States Supreme Court
Wednesday, Gen. B. F. Butler filed a
motion to advance the case of Peter
Schreiber vs. Walter B. Roberts, which
involves the alidity of a patent for in
creasing the production of oil wells by
exploding torpedoes therein. More
than 0,000 suns now penaing in JNew
York and Pennsylvania will be de
termined by the decision in this case.
Leprosy in America.
Leprosy is popularly associated with
the East and the Hawiian Islands; but
in the past seventy years it appears to
have become securely domesticated in
this country and is likely to break out
at any point where a large swarm of
immigrants of a low type of morals or
hveiene has settled. The subject is
discussed in an article on the subject
bv Prof. J. C. White, of Harvard, in the
current number of the American Jour
nal of Medical Sciences, with specific
reference to the contagion of this hor
rible malady. The existence of leprosy
in New Brunswick, on the Mlramichi
river, in a low fishing population, and
upon Cape Breton Island, has been tor
sometime familiar. Contagion appears
to have been clearly proved in the for
mer settlement, but in the latter all the
cases are the descendants qf one wo
man, a significant suggestion of pre
cautions which should be taken in
eradicating the disease. In the
United States several cases of the
disease have appeared among Nor
wegians in the Northwest, partic
ularly in Minnessota. Nearly all the
cases are of those infected before their
arrival, but a well authenticated in
stance of the transmission of the dis
ease by descent. It has alsa appeared
at intervals since 1846 in Charleston, S.
C., while in Florida it was prevalent
more than a century ago, agd the large
number of cases in Louisiana in 1785
required a special hospital. In .1866 it
reappeared in Vermillion parish, in the
State, and other cases are now there.
In California and Oregon the Chinese
immigration has, as might be expected,
introduced the disease. Dr. Jackson
closes with the ghastly suggestion, of
which he submits proof, that as the dis
ease now exists iD six or seven States it
is tolerably easy to spread in default of
tsharp and rigorous preventative meas
ures. ' i
Raleigh News and Observer: The
first frost of the season made its ap
pearance Wednesday. It3 coming was
delayed. People who have chills, and
there are now but few such unfortu
nates, luckily, will be grateful for the
There continues to be talk about the
use of a new hotel here, and from what
we can gather the project is about to
At Ilutchinson's store, yesterday af
ternoon. Toco Mangiim, a resident of
Barton's Creek township, was knocked
in the head with a piece of fence rail
the blow taking affect on the temple'
and causing perhaps fatal injuries. The
bl w was struck, it is said, by U1,C ,un
Matigum.of this city, the two nn-n
ing engaged in an altercation ot a per-
it dead, and ins recovery w;.s not ex
expected, but last evening, it is lep.u ted
ne rauiea souiewudt. ine were la.-t
evening a thousand and one sheet i li
enors about the artair. it i.s said tha
uuncan juangum iku huu nas not yet
Asheville Citizen: All parties inter
ested will see me omoiai notice from
Judge Dick postponing tne opening of
-f ederal court in una piace until l ues
aay.tne ytn or ovemoer, in order to
give all time to vote before leaving
1 . .. . 1 .) . l . .. . o
nome to aiteiiu toe court.
we are pieasea to be able to state
that tne ii?4U,ooo oonds recently issued
by Asheville for macadamizing our
principal streets, and for the establish
meuiui wrttei woiks, oeaiing six per
cent lmeiesi, nave Deen sold at par.
ayetteville Examiner: Col. Albeit
w ortn nas lecently suffered a good deal
irom tne wound received by him tvven
ty years ago, during the then prevail
Mr. Zach Piumer, and old and respect
ed citizen fell dead from apoplexy while
puiiing xouuer in ms held.
baiem Press: Internal revenue col
lections in the Fifth District for week
ending uctober 21, were $24,903 65.
Ihe oak mast is bountiful, but there
never nave oeen so tew hogs in the
country, in our recollection, to consume
Salisbury Watchman : Mr J L Craven
passed through here on last Monday
evening wim nineteen Indian boys.
ihese boys are educated at Trinity
O 1 1 J
Mr u (j .board, formerly a citizen of
this county, and well known to many
of our people, died at his residence in
Newton, N C. on the 13th inst.
1 he Silver Vallev Mining Comnanv
have recently closed a contract for their
entire out-pot of ore for sereral years
to a large sroeitmg concern in Swansea,
aies. a representative of the con
cern recently visited the Valley, the re
sult or which is as above stated. The
facts were furnished us from a private,
tnougu reiiaoie source.
Lenoir Topic : Mr Joseph C Norwood,
wno lately sustained some severe in
juries m falling from a horse, is im
Messrs J II Brown and John Ragan,
oi v atauga, caned to see us last week
and report every thing bright for De
mocracy in the mountains.
A rather strange disease has been
lately prevailing among some of the
horses in this neighborhood. Several
nave gone suddenly ound, remaining
ound a day or so and as suddenly recov
ering their sight. Col Kent lost a val
uable horse from it a week or so since.
.Monroe Enquirer and Express: We
learn that Ike Young has information
that Union is the damnedest Democrat
ic county in the State. Captain Charles
Price had probably heard the news also,
wmcn win go rar to explain why he
didn t have the courage to, speak here
Capt Jonas Cook, postmaster at Mt
Pleasant, refused to respond to a notice
or assessment to the Liberal-Republican
corruption lund, and he was promptly
uisunsseu. mis is itenublicamsm.
Mr Stewart, the IndeDendent, candi
date for the Legislature, fails to say who
he will support for United States Sena
tor in the event of his election to that
body. Democrats will do well to re
member this fact when they come to
The Last of the Irish Kings.
Alexander H. Stephens
lhi3 room." said Mr. Stephens.
wnirnng into a bedroom adioininsr the
library, "was occupied the night it was
finished by Smith O'Brien, the last of
the line of Irish kings of Munster. He
spent a week with me and was the
grandest man in some respects I ever
knew. His book on representative
government is the profoundest work I
ever read, except Mr. Calhoun's, and is
much more elaborate. He was the fore
most of the Irish patriots in dignitv
and power. I had Toombs here to meet
him frequently, and it was interesting
to see them together. Mr. Toombs was
then very extreme it was in 1859, and
had resigned in view of the coming
storm and was fond of painting to
O'Brien what a magnificent reDubhc
we could make out of the South if we
were only cut off from the body of
death, as he called the North. In Ids
quiet but positive way O'Brien would
insist that the perpetuity of the Ameri
can union was the only hope for true
representative government on earth. I
never entertained a greater man than
this brave and saddened Irishman."
A f ter all Else Failed.
Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 23, 1881.
H. H. Warner & Co: Sirs I exhausted all other
remedies tor kidney and liver diseases, only to
compirie cure in your bate Kidney and Liver Cure.
A g-od medicinal tonic, with real merit,
Browu'ni Iron Bitters, so all druggists say.
Satisfaction fur Ten.
In our family f ten for over two pears Parker's
Ginger Tonic hs cured headache, malaria and
other complaints so satisfactorily that we are in
excellent health and no expense for doctors or
other medicine. Chronicle.
While other Baking Powders are largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all its original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its having received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, from
its introduction to the present time. Ho
other powders show so good results by the
true testthe TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACIO BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
. Clxioago, HI., and St. Louis, Mo.,
feafketarari af LapsUa Taut Gni, Dr. Prlec'i Sped!
piargrUg Extract, aad Dr. PrWi Caiqa rnfimmfc
Impurity of the
Iiiood, Fever and
and all Diseases
caused by De
rangement of Iaver, Bowels and Kidneys.
SYnPTOMS OF A DISEASED LIVER.
Bad Breath ; Pain in the Side, sometimes the
pain is kit under the Shoulder-blade, mistaken for
Khcumatism ; general loss of appetite; Bowels
generally costive, sometimes alternating with lax
the head is troubled with pain, is dull and heavy',
with Considerable loss of memory, accompanied
with a painful sensation of leaving undone something
which ought to have been done; a slight, dry cough
and flushed face is sometimes an attendant, often
mistaken for consumption, the p.uient complains
of weariness and debility; nervous, easily startled;
fe-etcold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation
of tne skin exists; spirits are low and despondent,
and although satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when but few of them existed, yet
examination after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be used by all persons, old and
young, whenever any of the above
Persons Traveling or Living in Un
healthy LocanUeS,Ty taking a dole occasion
a y to keep the Liver in healthy action, will avoid
all Malaria, Bilious attacks, Dizziness, Nau
se.?,.iJr.owslns, Depression of Spirits, etc It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but is no in
If You have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep
less at night, take a dose and you will be relieved.
Time and Doctors' Bills will be saved
by always keeping the Regulator
In the House!
whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly
never be out of place. The remedy is harmless
and does not Interfere with business or
a a JT ,? rURIXY VEGETABLE,
And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or
Ouinme, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Governor's Testimony.
Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use in my
family for some time, and I am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to the medical science.
J. Gill Shorter, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, of Ga.,
says : Have derived some benefit from the use of
bimmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a
T'Vrhe ,?nly Thtog that never fails to
iteiieve. 'I have used many remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
have found anything to benefit me to the extent
bimmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
such a medians, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only
thincr that t-w- f;i '
1 !. i Acma iu iteiieve.
Janney, Minneapolis, Minn.
tJT. a. . Mason says : From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in
my practice I have been and am Satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgative medicine.
BfTake only the Genuine, which always
has on the Wrapper ths red Z Trade-Mark
and Signature of f, H. ZEILIN & CO.
The Public is reouestcd careful.lv In
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Louisville, Ky., or 809 Broadway New York.
WITH METROPOLITAN SHEETS FOR
NOVEMBER, JUST RECEIVED, BY
TIDDY & BROTHER.
A favorite crpRrrlntinn nf ntio nf ty
most notad and successful specialists in the TJ. 8.
(now retired) lor tbe cure of Nervou Debility,
Iiomt Manhood, tVeakiiesm nutl Deeay. Sent
in pOiin sealed en velopeyVee. Druggists can Oil iu
Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana, Mo.
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A NICE Line of Felts in all colors. Also, a hamUomo
line of Ladies' Neckwear in all the new designs. Our
stock of that verv popular 12c and 15c Cashmere has been
replenished ; call and get a Dress of it.
A large stock of Velvets, Velveteens, Plushes, in
plain and brocades, Cashmeres, Snoodahs, Dress Flannels,
vc. Silks, Sa'ins, Ottoman, Surahs all colors.
Military Braul and Seus all colors in silk and worsted.
Call and see our Shawls, Jackets, Dolmans, Paletots, &c.
A job lot of Circulars very cheap.
Is, Shoes, Hals, Caps, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Domestics,
USTIEW SATTEEN3, &C, ALL G HEAP.
m Call and see us; we will please you
and you will please U3 by buying. Truly,
Leading Clothiers and Tailors.
Our Patrons: The People. Our Study: Their Interest. Our Maxim: Pair Dealing.
OUR REWARD: SUCCESS.
WB Manufacture our own Men's Clothing, and therefore can sell at much lower prices than any
ed stock ot HEAD YMADK ttie 8ame (Jood3, We are ntw I,rePared t0 offer tne largest aim best assort-
In this section. OUa Furnishing Goods Department comprise the latest out, and we are confident that
ror beauty and novelty will compare with any In the South. The last but not least, our Hat Depart
ment, consists of only the latest out, and finest that could be found In the market. We have taken
special pride this season to secure such goods that cannot be found elsewhere. Our prices In each and
every department are Invariably bottom figures, and every article sold wlih our guarantee.
-Thanking the public kindly for past favors, and soliciting a share of your trade In the future,
we are Very Respectfully, L. Borwauger 5 Bro.,
octl Leading Clothiers and Tailors.
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All are invited to call
and learn the Prices.
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Wholesale and Retail
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Hargravcs it Williclm,
Smith Building, East Trade Street.
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