The Sunday Gazetteer. (Denison, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 4, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 18, 1884 Page: 4 of 4
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Mr. Streeper's New Hotel, now nearly
completed, was tested last week for See
year* with a privilege after, and will be
opened to the public about the 10th of
Tune. Mr. Lyman Thompson of Pueblo,
Colorado, and Mr. Rube Tbode, of this
city, arc the levees. Mr. Thom peon la
an experienced hotel man, and fa now
proprietor of the Victoria Hotel at Pu-
eblo, a large houMofoue hundred rooms,
which is doing a splendid business. Mr.
Tbode belongs to the grocery firm of
Tbode ft Co., this city, and ia knpwn as
energetic, enterprising and reliable busi-
Phil Ledrick ft Co.
Col. Ed StUT, of McKinney, was >a the
city Monday......The Committee of
Twenty held a meeting Monday night-•
.... Mrs. J, M. Cook is visiting her son
in Hunt oomty......Jbha Evans, a stock -
man from Moatagne, was ia the city
Monday .....John Beecher, ot Vincennes,
Ind , was in the city last week......R- E.
Purcell, editor Daily News, Vincennes,
Ind., was in Denison last week.......A
party ot Michiganders took in Denison,
Monday.......W. C. Kess, ot the Orien-
tal Protector* Order, was looking after
the interests of this organisation m Den -
ieon last week...,...?. W. Wells, of the
H-N, defends the down-trodden woman
manfully.......The Episcopal folks had a
festival Tuesday and Wednesday even-
ings......We Warn the Presbyterians are
to serve strawberries and cream this week
in the McCarthy building......“The
gamblers must go," says the committee
of twenty......Fourth of July in Denison
was up for discussion last week......
Thirty-five arrivals at the McDougall ho-
tel Monday, and forty-two Tuesday......
Mrs. Judge L. L. Wood, now of Bowie,
Texas, spent Sunday in Denison......
Real Estate has been quite active during
the past week.....- Dr. Holder went to
Austin last week-in the interest of young
Bradley, who was sent to the penitentia-
ry......Fifty hands have been at work
on the Betis furniture factory during the
| past week...... Another good rain Tues-
day night...... D. B. Chiles, general
agitation of the Fourth of July question,
and from their tone are gather that Sher-
man is expected to stand from under this
year. By an arrangement, expressed or
implied, the two duet have alternated la
trimming the American Eagle's feathers
for some year*, and so far as are have
child.......It was very unfortunate for
the young My who lost such a profusion
ol “natural curls," as she was running
out of the shower on Sears street Wed-
nesday evening.......Mr. S. B. Feland
and Miss Mrndul M. Johnson, of Colbert
station, was married by the Rev. C. W.
Hargett last Thursday..... ..The tele-
phone bells were rung frequently Friday
by the electric currents in the aw during
the rain.......Manager J. C. Hill, ot the
Telephone Exchange, will get out a new
lilt of subscribers this week.......Deni-
son and Gainesville are now connected
by telephone.......Leeper ft Boldrick
still continue to move their immense
stSck of hardware to their new building.
......The sewer across Main stract, on
Houston avenue wasn’t sufficiently large
to carry off the great quantity of water at
that point Friday noon.......Prof. Ky-
ger has been tendered the prindpalship
of the Waco University, but deddes to
cast his lot with Denison.......Mr. H.
Pierce, of Gainesville, was in the city
Thursday......Cot. f. J. Hickman, of
temperance fame, is announced to deliv-
er a lecture in Denison to-morrow even-
ing.......Mrs. Jsmes Thompson, of Pres-
ton Bend, died last Sunday night.. ...
Mrs. Roberta Coke, of Dallas, who has
been visiting Miss Dixie Crooks, retnrn-
I ed to her home Thursday...... Ike* Stan-
j difer is credited with having a draft of
I over two thousand dollars on Donnell,
who furnish the sinew when Sherman
celebrstes, to Denison doing the patriot-
ic thing this year for the countrv, so far
the past, and there is no reason for
breaking the compact st this time.—
We are confident the Sherman people
would gladly celebrate our National holt
day with us. It only requires earnest ef-
fort on the part of our citixens to settle
the question. Let us have • celebration
by all means. All that is necessary to
start the movement is to appoint a com-
mittee to raise funds, and the celebration
is a fixed fact. The dai y press shonid
agitate the subject daily, and get the
committee appointed and st work.
onr well known
furniture dealers, have secured the con-
tract to furnish the house throughout
with everything in their line, with the
exception of the carpets, which will come
irom Waterman, Star & Co.
ft Co. have the contract for putting in
the ranees, kitchen furniture, etc.
Messrs. Thompson ft Thode deserve
commendation 101 patronizing Denison
houses, and we have no doubt they will
find it economy in the long run. A
Sherman firm sent over a drummer to
get the contract, but they couldn’t touch
the figures given by Ledrick ft Co., who
were determined that no outside parties
should be more liberal than they A
welt stocked bar will be run in connec-
tion with the bouse which will be fitted
up in elegant style. Everything about
the house is to be first class. The rooms
Agency, 1*4 Mein street,
rand lory found a true bill
ed to see tbs Dallas Daily
table. The Times is a
is at once cheap and effective as a disin-
fectant It (being odorless Itself) will at
once destroy the most noxious smells
cmenatlng from sewers, privies, water-
closets, or wherever found. Floors of
meat shops sprinkled with it will render
the air perfectly purs. In sickness, es-
pecially in contagious diseases, it ia in-
valuable—its use preventing the spread
Ot the same. We understand that J. M.
Hill has been assisting an old friend, In
whom he has the utmost confidence, to
place this great boon in the market where
II street grades now established ot
after established, are to be entered
boo| kept by the CiSr Secretary.
*d*Co«ie. representing the Fort
1h Gsxette. spent k few hours In
ilsoo Friday evening. While here he
the GAmxTTkkn n trtendly call.
fot. Kygev, of the Business College,
for Weatherford Friday evening to
t after the Interests ol the Kyger ft
shew Business College of Denison.
ev. Er. Palmer, of Sherman, will oc-
f the pulpit to-day at the usual hours,
Pastor, Rev. C. W. Hargitt, having
e to conduct Quarterly Meeting ser-
is at Gainesville-
t tto bdjoanted mMting of th* CUjr
men last Wednesday night Messrs.
Wilds, W. H. Hughes and A. H.
la were appointed n board of equal-
Lawson-ft Simpson protested
teen car loads of males, sixteen of cattle,
sod one ol cheep passed through the city
Friday, going North.......Supt. Quinlan
of the Houston ft Texas Central, was in
•Jerry Nolan is
opened some time in June.......“Jus-
tice" in Sherman was looking after some
of Denison's valuable property last week.
•.....Mr. and Mrs. Sam P. Cochran,
who have been visiting J. B. Wilde's fsm*
■ly, returned to their Dallas home Mon-
day......Ralph Carlin was shaking
bands with his old Denison friends Sun-
day.......The engine at the new furni-
ture factory will have a capacity of sev-
enty-five horse power.......The Denison
Improvement Company let the contract
last week for grading the Boulevard for a
trotting course one mile long......H. B.
Schuber. of Kansas, was in the city last
week, looking after investments in Deni-
son city property.......Geo. W. Tuthill,
of the St. Louis Paper company, was in
the city last week, stocking up Murray's
Steam Printing House with stationery
and printing paper.......B. Ingraham,
representing th« H. E. Buchler ft Co.
Medicine Company of Chicago, was in
the city Thursday.......Mr. Joe Weis-
man, of J. Welsmsn ft Co., this city, re-
turned to his Marshall home after a few
days virit to this popular dry goods
the city last week,
back from his labors ia the southern part
o< the state.......Mr. John Kennedy, con-
We Must Vacate our Premises by-
overs new grave. Though death is a
natural consequence of birth, still the
fell stroke is ever appalling, and the
blast sweeps heavily o’er the heartstrings
of loved ones left behind. In 187a the
subject of this notice located at Musko-
gee, I. T., in comparatively humble cir-
cumstances. In an humble way he open-
ed an eating house, and by dint of unfal-
tering energy he soon rose high in the
favor of all who knew him, and accumu-
lated money rapidly. His next effort
was the erection of the Mitchell House at
Muskogee, in the management of which
he gained so almost national reputation
as a courteous and obliging hotel man-
ager. Bat four years ago that most in-
sidious of diseases, dropsy, Uid its loath-
ful grasp upon his vitals, and he was ad-
monished to retire Irom business. By
this time, however, he had amassed a
sufficiency of this worid'sgoods to render
life comfortable A few months ago he
came to Denison, purchased desirable
property and become a permanent eiti-
xen of the city. But the relentless hand
of death was upon him, and the result
will be lamented by hosts of friends who
honored and respected him. Only one
of his five children, e son, was with him
at the last moment of his earthly exist-
Entire Stock at and Below Cost
In preference to moving OUR GOODS to Our New St
intend Selling Everything at the
and three-fourths inches, standing.
While here be easily jumped over Mr. T.
Porter’s large bey horse, sixteen hands
high. Those witnessing the feat assert
that ha jumped a* least s foot and a half
over the harre's Wkk. Mr. Hamilton is
H. W. Folsom, a prominent stock-
* from Caddo, was ia the city last
May buying fencing wire, ate. While
w, be visited the Gasrttxxr office
I pnVi his subscription for another
(ha Gazxttxx* congratulate* Mrs.
•hereon, of the Sherman Democrat,
itr appointment as Commissioner to
Mr. R. H. Robbins, local agent and
correspondent of the St. Louis Evening
Chronicle, informs us that he has been
informed by Posemaster Daugerty that
he can no longer del iver the exchange
copy of hit paper for the Gaxxttekr,
through the poet office, unless he pays
This may be in
And close out our Entire Stock. We defy eompeti
not be Undersold by any house in the State. Call
our prices before purchasing elsewhere. Respect!
-A.. TstccTbs’ IE
th« Order ol Knights of Labor.... ..Noth-
ing like “blowing your own horn,” ia
freely indulged in by our contemporaries.
.......Captain Rawlins and wife, ol
Gainesville, were in the city Friday......
Several dwellings for rent in the city-...
Talk of the ladies, how many chances
have you got in the prises at J. Welsman
ft Co.’s?.......Hanna, Platter ft Lingo’s
old building is being newly painted......
Will the Park be used this summer for
barbecues, or such like? If so, would it
not be well to cut the weeds and brush ?
few Orleans CottDQ Exposition, at
Orleans. The county will have an
r. C. Lasher, a popular passenger
actor on the H. ft T. C., aecompan-
la family to Galveston last Friday,
a Mrs. Lasher and har children go
two Wtoks’ visit. Conductor Lxsh -
U return to-morrow.
r. Smith’s seventh article Reviewing
net Ingersoll's lecture, has to go over
postage on the same,
accordance with a strict construction of
the law, but considering that Mr. Daugh-
erty is never charged for any notioes he
wishes inserted In the Gazettkkr it ap-
pears to be a very small piece of busi-
Late Sunday evening a young
son ot Mr. Prather, living two miles west
ol town, was bitten by a copper-head
Buy Something Useful as well,
■ • .-V? . ■ -
Dr. D. H. Bailey was called, and
under his treatment the patient is doing
well.......The fish pond has again called
on Yeidel.......Miss Imogene Walker,
teacher in the public school of this city, !
was elected teacher in the high school
class of the public school at Terrell, but
she has not yet accepted the position, as
was reported last week.......The crops
ot Grayson county are spoken of as being
backward.......The people would like to
know who the highly respectable ( ?) cit-
izens are that defend gambling.......It
is an undisputed fact that Denison is stll I
pushing ahead.......Several fine large
brick buildings in course of erection on
Main street, will soon be ready for occu-
pancy......Grass in this vicinity is said
to be very fine, and new hay will soon be
on the market......Dr. Bailey says that
the health of Denison add vicinity has
been better for the past month than for a
year back.......Beef cattle in this market
demand four to four and a half cents
Councilman Tone is in favor of inau-
gurating the Dallis system of treating
with the gamblers. He favors the em-
ployment of secret detectives to spy out
those violating the gaming law. We are
not Dartial to this method. If a man ia
In favor of putting a stop to gambling let
him sty so publicly, and let the officers
employed to enforce the law understand
that they are expected to do their duty.
They are paid to do thia, and they
shouldn't be allowed to shirk.
lotion to Tax Payers.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Appraisement tor the City of Denison
will meet at the office of H. Tone on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, the
37th, 38th, and 39th days of May, 1884,
for the purpose of adjusting the apsraise-
ment for city property for the year 1884.
( J.B. Wilde,
Board of Appraisers. < W. H. Hughes,
F A. H. Coffin.
ixt issue* owing to the crowed state
nr columns. It handles the dogma
persons! devil, and is considered by
A Grand Display.
Last week the energetic and very pop 1
ular firm of J. Weisman ft Co. advertised
a grand opening and display of Spring
and Summer goods on Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday, tendering a general in-
vitation to the citixens ot Denison and
surroundings, soliciting their presence.
Well, the appointed days came on, and
it would be useless to say the ladies, es-
pecially of Denison, availed themselves
of this very rare opportunity of witness-
ing an unprecedented display of silks,
satins, laces, embroideries, and in fact,
everything usually and unusually kept
h. a mammoth establishment that would
do credit to Stewart's of New York. The
beautiful and fine-textured silks, rich in
the seven colors of the rain-bow, were the
subjects of agreeable amazement to every
lady who entered the attractive and pop-
ular depot of fasionable goods. As the
ladies walked along the isles, surround-
ed by all the looms and dyers can give to
make a woman’s heart glad and her ap-
pearance angelic, one would hear many
such exclaimations as, “Oh ! isn’t
this magntficiently lovely!” “Well, I
didn’t believe iU" But enough ot this;
let it suffice to say that J. Weisman
ft Co. have the finest stock.of goods and
best arranged store that we have seen for
years; and those who missed their grand
display here referred to, certainly lost a
lew interesting pages from life’s diary.
This live and thoroughgoing firm con-
trive every conceivable method for ex-
pressing their appreciation of liberal pat-
ronage. On the days of their “grand
display” their customers were given street
car tickets in going to and returning
from their store To every purchaser of
| $3 worth of goods they give a ticket for
[ one chance in their drawing for a fine
bed set and parasol. At the commence-
ment we didn’t intend to pay them such
a compliment, but real merit will length-
en an article of thia kind.
Mr. Smith the tost article of the series.
Among the callers on the Gaxkttsxk
the past week was Dr. J. B. Withers, rep-
resenting the Bowen Distillery Co , of
St. tool*. This Distillery la distinctive -
ly * southern firm, and does a large busl-
neto In Texas. They have six men trar-
eling in the state constantly.
Through the courtesy of Rev. Mr.
Wtoting, Paster of the Presbyterian
chufcb, we have been furnished with the
MS, of Ms able sermon on “Gambling,
should he ashamed of doing what hs
knows is right.
Pine Jewelry, Silver a:
Date of Lilt, Kay 17th, 1884.
The following letters have been held at thia office
seven days and u* unclaimed. They are therefore
hereby advertised according to law. They will be
held four weeks from thedate of this list, and if
■till unclaimed will be then sent to the Dud Let-
ter Office. Parties calling for this mail must aay
advertised, giving date of list. ALWAYS
HAVE YOUR HAIL DIRECTED TO NUM-
BER OF YOUR BOX.
C. T. Daugherty, P. M.
ImiW will be preaching al the Preshjr-
;n church this morning at 11 A. M-
also at 8 P. M.
abject of morning sermon—“The
It Hawk, Owl and Mole ” In the
ling the subject will be—“Fraud.
Committee of Twen-
The examination of Mrs. F. C. J. Le:
bermann, charged with appropriating the
shrubbery of other persons, took place
before Recorder Peck last Tuesday. Sev-
eral witnesses were^xsmined. Mr. Peck
reserved opinion until the next morning,
when Mrs. Lebermattn was discharged.
Gambling and the
0. B. Loving has resigned the man-
ageuentoftbe Loving Publishing com-
pel^. Mr. Lnving Is an energetic man
and the Loving Publishing company and
the Fort Worth Gaactte especially have
nourished under his management. We
suppose George sees something more lu-
crative ahead in another line of businesa.
Vacation is nearly, here and many a boy has made sjjch sad
havoc with his clothes that a new suit is indispensable.
We were boys ourselves and know by experience the satis-
faction of appearing on the last day
Complaints are made that the county
commissioner* do not fomish tools with
Messrs. J. Weisman were credited with
displaying the finest lot of dry goods,
clothing, etc., on the occasion of their
grand opening during Monday, Tuesday
which to work the toads. On the road
from tore to Carpenter’s bluff, the only
avdUable tool ts one old scraper. The
rands sre In tod condition ell over the
county, and men are ready to work them
if the commissioners would give them a
Hunt, W. J.
and Wednesday of last week, that was
ever teen in Deni-on
We have heard
the display very highly complimented,
and we hope their liberality will be ap-
Thomas ft Howard, proprietors of the
confectionery and cigar store at the post-
office, have purchased the news stand of
Judge Borden, and will hereafter keep on
sale all the leading daily, pictorial and
literary papers, and carry a miscellane-
ous stock ol cheap publications. They
putin a handsome soda fountain last
The stone work on brother Crooks’ two
story business house, on Woodard street,
is nearly finished. This building will be
an ornament to that street, and when the
Herald-News gets moved into the second
story, we fear brother Crooks will be too
high-toned to recognise the rest of us in
our humble quarters. He will have one
of the most convenient and well-lighted
offices in the State.
The Daily Herald-Newt ts now furn-
irising its*'renders each morning with
abgut a column of special telegrams, giv-
ing the moat Important general and state
news ahead of any paper that reaches the
citi. Mr. Crooks says he will Increase
Lyons, WU1 B.
becomingly in new clothes. |We make extra efforts to
have the Newest, Freshest and Best suits made for
Lewis, B. R.,
Neele, Miss Frankie.
Prater, Miss Allie, (s
W. A. HAUL
this valuable department just as fast as
hta patronage will warrant the additional
Died at Stringtown, Indian Territory,
Mar 14, 1S84, Miss Angie Thompson,
daughter of Alexander and Martha L.
Thompson, aged fourteen years and seven
The gentle and most patient sufferer,
after a long, long struggle with pain and
weakness, is at rest Every effort that
love could suggest was exhausted to woo
the failing form back to health and
strength; but in vain ! Death would not
be denied; and this budding flower,
which so gladdened the home and social
circle, too tender lor earth, has been
transplanted in the garden ot Paradise.
It was hard to see her go, so young, so
toying and loveable; but surely love
itself would not, even if it were possible,
call back that sweet spirit from the im-
mortal health and joy of Heaven, to re-
new a life of lingering pain in its frail
earthly tenement. Yet, none the less,
very many hearts go out in strongest
sympathy for the bereaved ^father and
mother and brothers who mourn the un-
timely death of an only daughter and sis-
ter. Those who have not experienced it,
can hardly realise what an utter desola-
tion of soul such a toss produces. It
would be a mocker)* to bid them not to
grieve. In the presence of such a sor-
row the language of consolation fails,
and Hope points in silence to the pre-
cious promises ot Christ as the only ref-
uge from despair.
’The air is full of farewells to the dy-
And mournings for the dead.
“There is no flock, however watched
But one dead lamb is there;
There is no fireside, howsoe’er defended,
But has one vacant chair.
“There is no death. What seems so
This life of mortal breath
Is but a suburb of the life elysian,
Whose portal we call death.” H.
The Psopfes' Dance at the McCarthy
building was In every respect a success,
notwithstanding the inctem ent weather.
Fifty couples participated ia the dance
and the enjoyment was not al towed to
• ..__m. .» r jt • . s |#
Bring along the boys for we value their good will and aim
to please them as we expect to remain in the clothing
business after they become men.
Fiae Confectionery, Fruits, Hits, Toys,
rratet, .vtws rvmc, rwiw,
Perkins, Mrs. Mary A.,
Randennell, Mrs. J&. R. Rush, H. C..
Reece, E. C., Richardson, James.
Selmae, Jim, Stroupe*. Sim ,
Segnor, Fredrick, Shaw, Wallace,
Simmons, W. H„ Smith, Gabriel,
Sullivan, Mrs. Pollie, Smith, M. C.
Terry, Miss Ivev. ^Tibbs. John S.
Upton, Miss Alice.
Wilson, M.. Watson, Miss Jane,
Waldby, Mrs. Elmira, White, Mat,
Wafer, Henry, Woodward, W est.
Preter, Miss Allie.
lag! untll*the time of dispersing at half-
past taro ia the morning. The music
was furnished by Ro:enburg's excellent
Qm gambler was heard saying to one
of his guild
_ “You see, the committee
of twenty could do nothing with the
Council. All we're got to do is to re-
main firm, and well bold the whole busi-
very sign ifi-
Some ol the public school students be-
longing to Miss Walker's roon), feeling
that words were inadequate to express
their deep sense of gratitude lor the un*
tiring efforts she has put forth dut ing the
entire term to promote their welfare,
presented her with a very fine gold pen
last Monday morning. It had a fine
pearl holder and was inclosed in a beau-
tiful morocco case. This is the second
gift Miss Walker has received from her
pupils this terns. We are glad to know
Miss Walker’s pupils so fully appreciate
the work she has been doing for Ihem.
Our informant who furnished the re-
sult of the cases brought against the H.
ft T. C. R’y by the lather of the girls one
of whom was killed and the other seri-
ously injured at the depot here two years
ago, was in error as to the attorneys tor
the plaintiffs. Hair & Head and Ma|.
Maughs were the attorneys, and not G.
G. Randell as stated. The court gave
judgment ia favor of plaitiffr for $7,750
and costs in one case aud $3,150 in the
other. These were very important cases
and the Gazetteer is the last paper that
would intentionally deprive the able at-
torneys who prosecuted the credit so
justly th eir due.
There was a heavy hail storm seven
miles east of Denison Friday. It beat
down all growing crops, doing serious
and irrepairable damage all over that
ft it not the duty of the Committee of
Twenty to investigate the Episcopal
church raffle which took place at the fes-
tival last Wednesday night ? Law is isw.
net# down.” That arms
cant remark, and th. law and order par-
ty might profit by it, by “remaining
firm," for there it strength in union and
Fred Htabard returned to Deniton last
w«4k, after a brief residence in the west.
Gaiaman ft Co. have secured his services
as salesman. Fred was connected with
Ihit old and popular grocery house a year
ago, and was very popular with custo-
mers, his agreeable manner and actom
modeling disposition winning the friend-
ship of all who came in contact with him.
We are pleased to tee Fred again in
Debiton and at his old place. *
One day last week Mr. Tone presented
the editor of the Gaiittxu with a sam-
ple can of tomatoes put up by his can-
ning factory last fell, for trial, but he set
it down somewhere before he got home,
and some one else no doubt tested the
contents. Mr. Tone Informs us that he
is well pleased with tile result of hts last
Ing the same with a handsome two story
brick......District Judge Maltbie i* on
the sick list, and A. C. Turner it acting
Judge pro tern during the Judge’s iiiness.
......The building for the lithographic
establishment on Woodard street, is up
to the second story.......See A. Jacobs*
big advertisement in another column....
Mr. P. O’Donnell returned from Canada
is excel -
, and in fact superior to canned goods
ight from the sast.
t thin Resort Unsurrpassed. The Springs are sit-
ed only a Few Miles from Caddo Station on the
[o. PTB’y, and Visitors will find First-Class
Conveyance always ready at the Station to
their customers last Sunday morning to
a large piece of ice.......McDougall has
had a patent stone sidewalk put down in
front of the Bank Exchange This excel-
lent walk, now finished in front of the
First National Bank, wilt to extended to
Beirne ft Steneon’s.......The alleys have
not been looked after yet; they should be
attended to before the warm days come.
......Large quantities of cucumbers end
The citiarns of Dallas- have tendered
Mgs Dixie Crooks a benefit ia their new
opffira house on the 33nd inst, and those
in charge of the affair are determined it
shall be one of the most enjoyable of the
gl is proposed to get up an excursion
froen this city to Dallas that day. It i*
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum. Fe-
ver Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chil-
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re-
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
3£ cent* per box. For sale by Guiteau ft
^Pictures of All Kinds Taken, Copied and
Large Stock of Fancy Gold and Walnut
and for Sale at the Very Low«rt
Caddo Springs, Indian Territory,
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