. 5 W,;
AH Of HENCE.
TIM UnM Tow* tlrdl.tlon,
W* Urtrt CMatrClKBUtioa.
Tto Ur*wt Otwral ClrailtUM.
«• MRiltLlUUT vl.lu Mm BMW
M4 to Mm4 l»; IMI» Fa*p»* llu My
»tlUr r»w fWMtofcM III tfcto ■#*)•*-
Editor Parker, of the South
Georgia tend Agent, pick* bif
teeth and riiea to remark; ''One
of the Warcrou Headlight men
went to Hoi
. imerville not long
aincc and tried to erawl on the
outaide of everything he found
cooked, and became ho tailed,
waa mad with himaelf for not
having the capacity of a box par,
Poor old fellow, ho* envioua
Jie i*—it nearly runa him mad
to know that “Unole Tommio’’
received a “clear fill up" at the
Clinch county jubilee free gratia
for nothing, and that be might
get oven he went, laat week, to
Savannah, put up the Marshall
House, registered for two per.
tons, via: “Wm. Parker, Coffee
county, Ga.," and “Editor Par
ker, Pearson, Ga,” When the
time foresting arrived he tried
to eat double barrel, at ho had
registered, end came near kill,
ing himself—it’s a fact, he was
thinking about sending for Mrs.
Parker to eome to his bedside,
but then, bo was afraid she’d
learn from the dootor that lie
had been feasting on "boiled
raw-hide and fried collards,”—
Sit down, buddie, and leave
“Uncle Tommie,” alone.
______ last Thursday,
and continued in session until
Saturday evening. There were
about ono hundred delegates
present, who reported churches
and Sunduy-schools ir. good or
der, and with favorablo pros
pects for the future. Several
distinguished divines were in at
tendance, and the meeting
throughout was characterised
with a brotherly love that exisits
in all similar gatherings of
Christian workers. Our reporter
failed in his duty and wo iinvo
no report of the proceedings of
the Conference to lay before our
The Georgia Slate
school convention will uicet I
Koine on the 22nd of July.
Paris, May 24.—The remalncs
of V ictor Hugo were conveyed to
the Arc doTriomplie to-day and
laid in state on a catafalque.
May 20th, 1SS5, in Black,
cheat, at the residence of the
bride's father, Mr. J, D. Bee, by
Rev. J. M • 'rose, Mr. Sumpter
B. Parker and Miss Rosa bee.—
The enjoyment of the occasion
was ergumontod by the preeonce
of Prof, Baldwin’s Brass Band,
which rendered delightful
FfTtMil Md Othwrwlu*.
If you want fishing tackle go
to. Jim McGee's.
The gardens in and around
tofn are looking fine,
Mr. G. G. Parker, of MeDon.
aid's mill, was in town lost Sun-
lira Albertson, of Brogansa,
was visiting In Woycross lust
Messrs. Robert Crum and Jo
seph. Mattox, of Homerville,
wore in town last Sunday.
Tlio Sundiiy Sclio.,1 at Pear
son pienickcd lust week, Wo are
sorry we could not iittend.
We learn that arrangements
have been mnde to complete the
artesian well at an curly day.
Judge Brower is preparing to
build a residence on his lot near
Rev, Mr. Sanford's place.
Miss Carrie Greene, who lins
been yisiting relatives in Way-
cross, has returned to her home
in LnGraugo, Ga.
Miss Mollie Bacliiott and Mrs
Annie Besont, of St Marys,
spent a few days in Waycross
The body of Dr. Brown, the
fotfiider of tho once famous Bron-
wood Insitute and the pioneer of
education in LaOrange, lies in n
neglected spot, on the roadside,
near the scene of his useful labors.
A fawdeyr since Mr. F. H. Hays,
of near Dover, entered his corn
crib and killed two bushels of rat.
with stirks, The rats wore taken t<
Dover end measured, —Dawson
Adalreville had quite a sensation
last Saturday over a keg of beer.
Several parties received a keg by
express, and upon its arrival burri
in the bung and drunk it on the
streets. The teinporanco people
talked of prosecuting them.
McVillo May 22.—During a thun.
dcr storm yesterday afternoon Mr.
Ivey’s dwelling-house was struck
by lightning mid totally destroyed
by (Ire. His two oldest daughters
were knocked insensible for a while
by the shock. Neighbors gathered
in and succeeded in saving most of
bis household goods. The loss fall
heavy on him. Mr, Ivcv moved from
Washington county to Telfair some
four or five years ago, aud hid
built up a nice place.
While repairing a house in
Quitman last week, the work
man found between tho celling
and weather board'ng about
bushel of old iotters. They hail
apparently bean mailed during
I860 and 1801, and were never
sent away, Tho houso hud been
used as a post office, end the
letters had slipped ill some un
accountable manner between the
celling and outer wall as stated
Many of the letters wore perfectly
preserved, others rat niton anil
soiled. They were consighnl,
unopened, to the flames, as be
longing to the deed past. Wlint
talcs they could tell.
Jxsuf.Ga May 25.—This morn
ing at 2 o’clock a crasy negro named
Joe Merritt found train No, 22. of
the Bait Tennessee Road, all made
up, standing on the Y without any
one on it. It was to go out at 4:15
o’clock.Ho hoarded the onglne and,
pulling ■ pan the throttle, started to
Macon. Fortunately his steam gave
out whan ha had gone about three
miles, and, mors fortunately still,
passenger train No. 1ft, due in Jo»-
up at 8.30 o'clock, was delayed
claethu result would have boon
rious.. The train mon in Jesup,
missing train No. 22 and hearing
signals blown by Mcrritt' startcd in
pursuit, They overtook Merritt
where he had itopped.and lirour" *
Jiim and the train back before
■- r train. Mor
Ciiattakoooa, Texx., 25,— Hie
drat strawberry train over run In
the South left this city to-night
for Cincbiatiria the Cincinnati
Augusta, May 22.—Tho East
Tennessee, Virginia and Goprgln
Railroad Company have placed
a tickit agent lit Augusta, and are
cutting rates North, South, East
and West. A passenger war la in*
inincut among tho State roods,
A gentleman in McDullio county
who raises his own meat remarked
to us a few days ago that ills hogs
last year did not eat, on an aver
age, a bushel of corn while fatten
ing. He planted h sufficient amount
sweet potatoes to fatten them. He
alwnvs has plenty of bog and
The bbysfit Mayer & Olaulier’i
.hr ve'ii pot mouse which'they prise
highly because of its fly-destroy
ing propensities, It comes out of
a little opening in the wail, near
Iakov's window recess and catches
the Hies oil the window panes.
Tills is vouched forby the Albany
The Macon street r..ilrond has
been completed. Macon bad a
street railroad once before. The
line crawled up the steepest streets
in the city, anil never paid its ow
ners ii revenue ofnny imperial
A passenger who was injure,
getting on one of the ears brought
suit to recover damages, succeed
cd, aud wrecked the road.
Misses B. Estelle Layton,
Irene Sparks and Lucy Myzcllo,
of Folkston, Ga., are visiting
friends in town.
Col. Me WiUiams, of tho Calla
han Record, passed through
Waycross yesterday, un route to
The Jail in Waycross is with
out u tenant, for the first time in
years. Judge Brewer and Sher
iff Miller lire terrors to evil
The register at tho Grand
Cenlrul Hotel does not show any
decrease ill travel. Cnpt Austin
draws full bouses oven in the
Lust Friday night n burglar
attempted to ontcr Mr. W. M.
Wilson’s bed-room, by raising
the window-susli, but was fright
Three negroes escaped from
the chain-gang at W. J. Smith's
wood wood yard, u few niglils
ago. The guard slept and they
refused to tarry.
Mr. E. Z. Byrd, of Blackshcnr
spent lust Monday in Waycross
He comes up over now a ml then,
hoping that wc will give him
another iness of fish.
Mrs. W. G. Bunny has been
siek during the past weak, but
wc hope for her early recovery.
Four of her children arc also
sick. Her dutiful daughter,
Miss F'oridc, has her bunds full.
The Albany post office will
pass into tho bands of a Deni
oerat on tho 1st day of June, for
the first time since tho war.—
One by one, the autumn leavss
of republicanism are falling.
M is. A. J. Sweat was stricken
with puralyais Inst Monday, and
for a time was rendered speech
less, but ultlii* time she is much
improved and wo hope she may
Hcon recover entirely.
Til* revision of tho old Testa-
mont has been finished, but i>
not well received by tho masses
as it duos away with their idea
of hell. It ia strange that some
people will make .such u fuss
Mr, Weiss, the olever host of
the Batilla house, gave u tea
party last Monday night, for the
benefit of tho Baptist church.—
We have not been informed as
to tho amount raised at tho par
ty, but know it was a success.
It is historical that when the bee
is first imported into the West
Indies and discovered that Blowers
bloomed the year round, and that
there was no necessity for working
and laving up a store of food for
the winter, the newly enlightened
insect, us the histo.ian graphically
relates, spent his time “hanging
' ound the sugar houses and
'Turkey-Breast Jim," an old
negro who belonged to the estate
of J. J. Taylor in slavery times,
and who has well-known ill Blake
ly, started to town oil horseback,
yesterday morning. He became
sick by the way so as to.be unable
to continue his ride on horseback,
and, as a wagon was passing, he
asked permission to get in it. This
was granted, but in four nr live
mimutes lie was found to he dead.
XkwakV, \V. Va., Sfa.v24.—■Yes
terday a deadly light occured hi-
ween J. II. BHlfingtoii and Angus-
us Killian, farmers. Tile battle be
tween the two in,-ii is disoribed : s
wing one of the bloodiest personal
■ncuuntcrs ever heard of in tins
State and was only terminated,
despite the fact that three or foui
men interfered, ivhen Killian had
i stabbed seven times, lii.s head
and foee terribly beaten, and other
wounds inflicted, while Buliingtnn
had four ribs broken, bis skull frne-
furi-d aud a dozen minor cuts mill
bruises oil his person. Both men
dying. The trouble was occa
sioned by a dispute about a cow.
tig of citi*
in tho’court house
on the 15th instant
of taking certain
„ notion eoii. o.ning the
of’tlio county sits from
Homerville to DuPont*
Hon. II. A. Mattox was choeen
C'hairiAau and Itev. Q. W, New*
hero. Secretary of the meeting,
On motion Hon, J, L. Sweat
was called upon to* address tho
At the conclusion ofCol. Sweat’s
speech, after hearing from Messrs
Smith and Baldwin, and after dis
cussion by ethers, the meeting re
solved unanimously to have the
barbecue and band nt llomerville
on the day of the electiop, the
following committee of arrange
inenta being appointed, to-wit:
J. L. Sweat, H. P, Matton, M. M.
Caswell, James P, Mattox, \V. H.
Gary, B. A. Whittington, Seward
Smith, L. J. Moore, C. F. Hitch,
W, *A.Kcord, C. V. Drawdy,
Hlierod Smith, Jos, B. Mattox,
W, A, Normauj B. K. Mattox,
A, J. Cpswell, R. B, Crum.G.W.
Neivberii and H. A Matton. It
was resolved also, to have social
entertainments on election night
fur the benefit of the young ladies
and gentlemen of tho county, to
which all are invited,
The hospitalities of the Crum
House were generously tendered
the Blacksbear band for the occa
sion. The meeting also resolved to
have a thorough canvass made of
the county upon the court house
question, and to have public dis
cussions of the same at tho follow
ing times and places, to which all
Guest’s Mill, Wednesday June
Mud Creek, Friday June 12th
tctockton, Monday June 15th.
Withers, Wednesday June 17tb.
DuPont, Fridas June lUtii.
Atg.vlc, Mondyy June 22nd.
Medley’s Wednesday June 24th.
Wircgrass,Thursday Juno 25th
Homerville, Monday Juno 20th,
T, ‘° »•*'*
About a year an? a jrouog tnaa
made Ida appearance in Grady-
town, one of the suburbs of -Atlan
ta, Ga. He was of pleasant address,
industrious, mindful of his own
affairs, and aootunndofrionia who
thought liighly of him. Among
others he made tho. ucqrnintancc
of a young lady of respectable fam
ily, whom he subsequently iflB
ried. Tho eouple,at unco
down to housekeeping with pros-1
poets which seemed bright enough
for ordinary people. About a
month ago the husband was strick
en down with disease which baf
fled tho skill of the doctors, and pn
Friday night he died. Several
male friends of tho family prepared
the body for burial. About one / of
tho dead man,* ankles they found
a shackle such as is used in .1
penitentiury. The chain hud been
broken off at the first link, and the
poor man was unable to move the
fatal ring which after death was
t<> give the clue to his identity,
The young men found their secret
too great for conccalment^Calling
the wifo to the side of the- corpsfe,
they asked her for an explanation,
but she could give none. She had
never soen the shackle beforo, and
was even more mystified than tho
men who made tl»e discovery. A
policeman was called in, and recog*
niged the dead man as a notorious
desperado who had 'escaped from
tho penitentiary, and for whose
capture u large reward was offered.
The wife, thus for the first time
made aware that she had been the
bride of a convict, fainted, and the
greatest excitement followed. On
being restored to consciousness
her relatives entreated her to have
nothing to do with the funeral,
but she refused their advice, saying
as her husband had done his duty
by her she would see him buried
with such honor as she could give
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS,
Failli &1PCT Groctnss,
READY MIXED PAINTS,
PUKE WHITE LEAD, LIN
SEED OIL, VARNISHES,
Gold and Silver
Kxfnnlon to Kuwanre Nprini'n.
Tho S., F. & W. Ry. will run
a train over their road, reaching
Suwuneo Spring onthv27tb in
stant, giving excursionists an
opportunity to enjoy a grand
sax Axroxto, Texas, May 24.—
ira Jenkins,the American enj-in-i . . . ...
who was incarcerated 11 ! , , ,CmC J ’ mUS,C n ’* d du " cln S-
moi,ths withouttri.il in n Mexican I!ound tri P tuket8 . fro, “ stations
prisimnysan Juan Dei Rio, ar I cast and south ol Waycross, 8o;
lived licra yesterday on his way from Waycross, $4; stations be-
to" Washington to lay tho facts of twocn Thomasville and Woy-
his imprisonment before tlio State cross, inclusive, ,4 50; stations
Early last June an engine run
by Jenkins run over and killed a
Mexican qb a hand-car, bctwccit
Vera Crux and tho City of Mexico-
Jenkins relates u tale of inhuman
treatment at the hands of his jail
ors and the neglect of the Ameri
can Consul: lie says that tho Con
sul communicated with him but
once during his entire confinement
and then told him that it was nec
essary to have money to induce
the authorities to take up the
Jenkin* exhibits wounds inflict
ed during his imprisonment, and
Conykhs, May 22.—During a
thunderstorm here this morning
lightning struck the dwelling house
of Mr. G. A, Lucas, doing some
damage. It' seems that ihe bolt
first struck n shade tree in front
of the hftusc, going to and entire
ly demolishing tho gate posts and
all, aud here it scorns io have di
vided. bounding about twenty feet
to the house, one bolt striking the
top of tho house, tho other the bot
tom, one going under and the other
following a tin guttei passed over
the house, coining together on the
other side. Mrs. Lucas was con
siderably bunot seriousjy shock
ed, as nlso was her husduud, who
was in the garden at the back of
Macon, Ga., May 25.— To-day nt
12o’clock as Miss Mittie Lamar,
daughter of l*hil Lumnr, of Vinc-
villo, was going to her home, up
M agnolia street, and wliennt the
mouth of the alley between Messrs.
Culver's and Singleton’s she was
set upon by u young negro boy,
apparently about 20 years old,
who knocked her dow n, jorked her
finger ring off, stole the satchel
in her hand, and tried
•ar rings out, Ho then' darted
down the alley towards the river.
The ring was a diamond one, and
$45 in money was in the satchel.
The police were put ou his track,
but up to n Into hour to-hight
nothing has hcon heard from
TllHRK DHILDHKN SAVED
from a horrible death by twenty-
live cents' worth of Sbrmer’s Indi
that the authorities tried to
kill him. He filially eseaj»cd
through the assistance of a humane
Brunstrick’aBreezc is urgin g the
Jewish residents of that city to
builtl a synagogue.
The Quitman mills will shut
dowu fora short time.
There was sonic bail in Brooks
Black wulnut logs from Tenn
essee have been .shjpped through
Brunswick this weok to i'orciga
\Cupsjnqx A’joao sujuSjcq
tntoods ejoyo 04s ‘piy m ‘ooud
A\OJ Aid A U rqOtrtUH-l ([OR |(|.%\
oqs (AtipsjmfjJ ‘.wojjoiu-oj pun
jo spirts ipr ui Btintf
-auq ojua ouios Surjejjo .won
uouuu,') omH 8S !1V J0 J ‘UAOp
apis dn epiiauRtqj pis o| .to^uud
oqi puq OAuq o.w siq) jfuipuqj
utojj sotpB[ oqj ^udAoad oj^
Cheap Untm t'» Tmii|i» and St Aufautlnt
Darius this Month of.Hay,
Round trip tickets good for
five (5) days to St Augustine
and sevon (7) days to Tampa arc
on sale by tbo Savannah, Flori
da and Western Railway :
Waycross to St Augustine, 85 50.
Waycross to Tampa : ; ; 80 80
Call on me for special rates,
etc. J. II. Stephens,
Agent 00, S. F. & W. R. R
. Diamond Dyes, ail colors, Silver
ami Bronze Paint, and White Glue,
Ut W. B. Folks & Son’s, tf
A. R. BENNETT,
W ay cross, - - - Greo.
Dry Goods, Notions, General
merchandise, boots, shoes,
Hatsr Caps* and Choice
Including the best Coffee in the
And other article*, needed In every family, which cannot lie ninimer-
uteri, at*ay* m noth. Pliawa.k |c| what you want t w* like to show
ourgoe.li, npr I5-Iy.
Jtsss 1. Biller 1 Gii„
May 27 6 mm
JOHN C. NICHOLLR. | W. Q. BIIANTLEY
in Suite ana
Oppo. 8. F. & W. R. R. Depots
It. C. AUSTIN, Proprhtor, *
Waycross, • Georgia,
Table Supplied with the hex
tae market alford* Rooms.furli--
ifthed with iiuW luriiiiiire, spring
la da, tfco.
S., F. a;:d W, Railroad
A largo asso'-tinont of Gold and
Gold Plated jewelry. Flat and Hot
low Silverware, Optical Goods, Le-
mare’s SjKctacles and Eve-Glasses,
cr We have n very large and variotl
assortment of Goods, which we
would lie pleased to show you at
prices as low as the lowest
nr Gornor Gordon *St. and Court-
houso square. npr 2b 85-12m a\og
This train stops oulv at slalii
iiuiccd ultovu aud at, ull siuiioas
tween Thomusville a;.d ClmtUi
Fa8sci.gc-rs for Binnswiik (via I*
I’., V'. & G. K. H.) t-.ke this train,
arriving at B.uuswick luily ut 10:51
and invilo ctifae ns of Way-
cross and snirotinding country to
cull and price them Indore pur
chasing elsewhere. We carry »
full line of
Staple and Fancy
i n<r goods.
Groceries, sfe ;nrs and Tobacco.
Give us a cal I.
W. J. Smith & C o.
Merit Will Tell.
O. i. €.
— ^OlG Iiilian Cure.)
Is taking ini* of all other blood
puiifier- uiULaffqnistiing rapidity.
An excdlcononic nn«l appetiser. It
is on absnkiUdy infallible cure for
ever? known form ofRLOOD DISEASE
and SKIN DISEASE arising from blood
All trains of this road aro run by
Central (1*0) Meridian time, which i«
30 minutes slower than Suvai.nxfc
Si emuNTKXPKXT’s OmcK)
Savaniiuli, May 8, 1885. j
On and ‘ after Sunday, May ,31,
1885, Pussscugtr tfaius ou IhU road
will l ua us follows :
Lean Savtiiuib Judy ,.t 7 01 .m
Air*veal S.»vtiimiiUiltily nt 8 25 |> nt
Amve nt Ji»up d-tily ut ....... « 43 pin
Arrive nt Wuyen tK daily at 0 50 t in
M fivv nt i .'idlnium daily nt. ..... 11 2.1 a ui
Arrive-at JncinumviUudaily nt... 12 0) >tu
Arrive at lJuixmt dndy ui 1121 am
Arrive at Yulduttu daily at... 12 It) j w
nt Qaitaairi daily at.... 12-. '* ^ w
at 'i'aoutaavillu daily at j 30 m'
j’assengerA for Maeon and Atlan
ta lake liii» train, uriiviug at Macon
G p. m., aud AtiatiUt 10:3U p. ui. .
) FiiriaCugers for Brunswick take
Aids train, arriving ut Biuuswiek (via
B. & W. ivy) at I 1U p. m.
Passengers lot Funmndilia, Waldo,
Gainesville, PaluUiu, Cedar Keys,
O -uIa, Wildwood, Levs:,, r_, And a'.t
suliuusoil Florida Kail#ay and Nav
igation Company aud Flo ids Soutu- .
el’ll KuiUvuy, UtKe this Irani.
Uota; eouuuowoli at JauiuouvUls daily
x .Mibtia\s vxeeplmljjsr Urxu v.oY*
»i Au/i^nuc, t'id.akn, Aaiurpctnc, aauiur-t,
am ulfTaudiuRh ou Sr. -iouus n*..r.
Passengers for jpensaeola, Mobile,
New Orleuus, iexas ai.il iruus-Mia-
sissippi points make close vomiec-
tious at Clidltahoocliee daily with
trains of Pensacola and Atlantic rail
road, arriving at Pensacola at 10 «:.»
p. in. Moiulc at 2.40 aui ami New O •
leans at 7 45 a iu.
Pullman bullet and sleeping cuis
Wua\ cross loNcw Ui leans.
It'jnve Savnunnli daily at 4 2' > r*
Aui\ft utXsiviuiimU. 7 Inn
Aitivs Jenup 6 3 pin
StopF nt All r»;*nUr »n.I be-
ALBAN i X.XPRE48.
'• 3vs m
taint, be It- ^phHlir in nny stage.
Catarrh, Tetter. Ulcerated
Sore.Tbnitit, White Swelling,
Kcxcraa, Pimples or Eruptions.
The follow(ng are fair samples of
hundreds of Ualliuii.idals we can pro
1 had In my family a cast of [mison
oak that for 'ten years defied pliysi-
emus. O. I. 0. made a permanent
cure. It is without doubt tho “gem
ot blqpri purifiers. S. D. Uoimikka,
Agcut Central R. K., Perry, Ga
Dr. F A. Tooraer, Perry, Go.,
aays: “I. have used it in my |-rao>
tlce twenty-ft** years. It is a per-
I'cct blood purifier, an iutallible spe
cific for the disease for which it is
recommended, a tine tome and ap|>e-
lieer »n.i a Godsend to suffering wo
men for their peculiar ailments.”
Dr. Joseph Palmer, Fcagin., writes
ns t It is as great a specific for blood
diseases •• quinine is for fever.—
Have hoed it more than twentj*
vfhtrs in my practice.’
1’rUd 81 50 for large bottles.
4THK0.I. C. CO.
Oct 22 84, l*w, Perry, G*. .
Smith & Temples,
Contractors, Builders J*
Glkkui si. Ckviiuu.
l/fivc Sav:mna!t daily nt U O') p i
A>nv«i OMtHuuau •t.dy ti ..... . rt 2J #
A r ve lUiiy *i ll.sdj :
At.i\v H i v m i* ilaily si 2 te «
A. rive nt U IihIimii daily At 7 uita
.,m«< a. •J.a-i.Moavilltdutij *b... s W a
n\« Uhijuui d.<il> at
A I Oak daily «t
A v. a Gait esvills daily .,t u u ss .
Vamosta daily at ..4r^
..rrita ab 4la |y at W.LUm
Arriva av i *..aiauviUe «ai|y ab.... 7.16 a a
Air.Vo at AlLuiy dnily at 10.30 a m
Pailman | aluca bleeping cars Saranuah
ll> J..LKHv.»k»niO- .
ru il mail jM lace aicaplag ears Havas uk
to Uiuu aViUu
Passengers for Urimawick via.
Jesup take lids train, arriving at
Brunswick ut 8 ;00 a ra,
Passengeis for Macon, Atlanta,
Chattanooga, Knoxville, Bristol,
Konnoke, Bristol, Hoauoke, Phila
delphia and New York, take thu
train with through Pullman ButTct
Passengers for Fernamlina, Cedar
Keys, Gbiuesyilie,Ocala, Wildwood,
Leesburg and nit stations ou fioiida
Hallway and Navigation Compasy
and Florida Siml.tciu Hull Way taka
Passengers for Madison, Uonlioslla
Tnilahasses aud ail muiata Florida
points take this l.-ain.
Connections at Jacksonville daily
with People a Line slearners for
Augustine and ail points on St Johns
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