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   Wausau Central Wisconsin (Newspaper) - October 25, 1860, Wausau, Wisconsin                               .1. SJIHIBniC K, Proprietor. VOL. NO. 16. WAUSAU, MARATHON WISCONSIN: Ctntrnl SJisronsin. An Zitdopondout Newspaper, Piiblisboii I'very MOKKISTO, by .1. IV. CUV IlOCfCK, at Dur.i.Aiin per annum in mlvat..'. OtfiiH1, 13. corner of son anil Kuurt'-i Strcutrt, Story. Business on ill'.1 1st Moor. Of constinuo a Will He be Home To-night 'Old Lose at Home.' I ;Ty BY L. vincimiA FBENCB. The light fades out. Icom the purple hilla The wooillanda are .turning brown, On rock and river, unit musical rills, The shadows nre coming down, A faint blush lingers along the sky, Anil o'er the tiiountain's height- Oil! speed dnrtt libbffi tikfc swift birds by "K ke to-night l'l. I T'll.i 1 livu li See nest'ed soft in the snowy, beds, O'er which the fire light glows, Peep out three goldun curly heads. And checks of the richest rose. I'imi, not The board is spread with its dainty cheer The tapers are all alight, I for lion Ai or tiiiui. r.- it i-tfed hy the folio for by the col- I for in advance; rents for each lul- A n vi-.UTisi NO payable !ur. r i thou wilt bring with M. D. v at [In: 1 I'm! OH; II I, I 1 M. D. f. Wi, tho .1.1 j A. fiATON. AttlllNI- Instil Alti. J. W, V V Tl It I VANMYK .it r, i'i- U r. 1: A: r.. (Mi ASK. 'A 1.KINS, .n I..W .VVan-a.i.U'is. M M.'NAIR. UJAl; My flowers in this be fear? Oh will he come to-night 1 Mine cyea nre because they sue And mirror with faithful shine, The stnrs of love thee, In those soft, dark eyes of thine Ami the golden gleams, like the sun on streams, And the floating of fancies light That will dance o'er my heart in its glndsome If thou wilt come honi'3 to-night My check's iiglmvj its becnuso I'm clrest, In hia fiiiu-y's favorite lun> Homo, toll mo, -Eliza, do I my bust' In this rubo richest blue my hnir in the wny In; you know, Hie lull of tin- ringlets rirjtu i, 'i yim think me vuiti Ah. U is no) TO he be home tu-niglit 'you srcy !irn jji ,'S Mrl.l.'Ul' )UKST Prnpri'-hii'. C M -.-in. ilml Hun! s- ami i Wi-i-nini nilimis. in AH rm.'t't Post 1-1 ovt.'ry "L olc ivrll.' while. And I hope he will iioto tlie glow And the lighted eye. nnd sunny si Which chnrmpd him mr0. I KNOW thut my summers nro nwny, That I'm SOT na I know w hnt HE'LL BAY, wi'li his smile If he should come home The Only Kationml Candidate. Judge DOOGLAS will speak on Thursday, the 18th, at Springfield, Illinois; on Saturday, the 20th, at St. Louis, Missouri; on Monday, the 22d, at Centralia, Illinois; on Wed nesday, tho 24th, at Memphis, Ten- nessee on Thursday the 25tb, at Huntsvillo Alabama on Friday, tho 26th, at Nashville, Tennessee; on Saturday, tho 27th, at Chattanooga, Tennessee on Monday, the 29th, ai Georgia.; at Mucon, Ga., on Wednesday, the 31st; at Colum- bus, G-a., on Thursday, Noyetaber 1st.; at Montgomery, Ala., on Friday, tho 2d; on Saturday, the 3d, at Sel- ina and on Monday; the day before the election, at Mobile; Alabama. Judge DOUGLAS 'is the ouly candi- date'who has a partly and an electoral ticket in every State., in the Union, and the ouly one whose election would secure equal and exact justice to all. His principles are of uniform applica- tion and he boldly enunciates them from Maine to the G-ulfand from tlie Atlantic to the Pacific; ho tells ih'e jcople of the North that they havo no right to force their institutions up'oii an unwilling people and. he tells the )eople of South thb, samo thing. He dc'nioa tho right of 'Congress'to mppsc slavery upon', the'anti-slavery icrHtory, for which the protectionists if tho South denounce him he nies thu right of to destroy ho rights of property of a slavo-hold- ng territory, and the prohibitionists of tho North denounce, him. The >ne party demanding the .protection f slavery against the wishes of the eoplc of trco territories, the other inrty insisting upon prohibiting slav- ry in tho slave tci-riturie's neither crjntcnt with managing their You hare never seen Lake i says, speaking of the tiller gentle readers, iriany of you who soll-: The man who stands 9 at.a -v.j.j ___ ripon -his awn anil: wlm w.. .t- ui you wno are at.a, glided over its, transparent iia crystal, along shores lifting their front of rock to or wTjero the wild for- margined by the strand, are re- flected, in outline in hue, in the "glassy wave" steri jian jack this; inland sea, leaving flood of glory in his WHOLE NO. 193. A French writer thus speaks of the n u.w Btfttiiua ripon his own soil, who' feels by the lawa of, the land in Which" he by tlie law of divilized he is tlio rightful and exeltaivo Owner of tbe land which ho tilla, ia by the constitution of; our nature under a wholsome itifluence, not easily- imbib- ed from any other source. He feels another, the of a man aa _ itaron James Rothschild 'vMoiwiaur de Bolbsohild ia an in- defatigable worker. He rises early. looks after. .his: .own affairs o receives visitors after he has pro- pared the day's work for his mvrroi- world. Of this rcivt -wonderful sphere, _ www -W1UUIU over tho watera .and wilderntiss of when of the awakon- ed tempest lashes the mad billows into floods, of foam, and thunderinK upon the, mingle their spray with the the slender ;rees of the wilderness bend like wil- lows to the gale; and when their aeed and mighty brotherii lio uprootol in the whan f !s 'bns down to him frorii nature was .in. repose, wanderodAc hls gone to their away in .the... forest .glades, .whVro bome hut he can trace their thingft'thafcowu .not .man's dominion fashioned by the hnnd of God and upheld by his the.heavens, apart is from' centre sky. It iV-tbe' space on which generation befoi-p inovea in round of duties, arid he feels him- solf -cotitwoted by a .visible link with those .who foltow dons. Ofl certain points he is unbending but ho is a.good man though not'easi- ly moved. He has the perspicacity of a man who has made the largest for- tnne in Europe. His views oa finan- cial matters are always sound; ho has a gemus lor foreseeing events His judgement of men is and consequently he knows with whom and how to deal. Nothing turns him asido'.from a purpose be has onee tonned; his views are always clear Ohio by the admirer, reo4Hll jc. wh.te a negro a littjfc bette nght to vote. The 8nng is Jetlicat, cd to the Wide Awates trash in de Go 'way white vote i Yaw Y. .ns omnon dwoll nerer kindled your, camp-fire the, -evening beside {-i desort> some lonely your w .1 ii- of [Kissing o'er the crim" swell, g of distant I..AKK CnrniT <.r Main Wis. This .'il ni'.iv U'isi-onsin nisliiHl. ami in a ir.ivcli'i-s .1-1 thitilc he'll come son keys DC my henrt doth a musii Like tlio soil, swcot cbiinin sens Through the folds of a lonely shell; And SOMETHING Ihni's neither of earth nor nir, But endowed with tin iingol's might, Has met my spirit nnd whispered there Rost ho will bo home to-night tiuui[ iffairs in' tbuir owii way but each t niudilling withthe affairs thoir neighbors. Mr DOUGLAS .nd the Democratic party are thus iirccd io cfunbsit the scbtiohal preju- dicos of North and South upon- the only-principles which cafi sdouro-tho poaoe. and stability of '.th'e Union aiid nobly and bravely docs hu war tho very citaduls of the sec- tional Jfilieaiikee Peo- ple's DOUGLAS AND FiLLMonE. A letter writer devotes iionai- is sitnal i< wll inrnisl stopping pl.ir KALI, CITY fiy VV. llr.Aiii.-Kill Icnrnvn t.iltli! llnM Kills.) Miuathim i-ininty. who has hep This o-ii IruvoliT, anil i  nocd a if ('-.ill. .in u-i-ll mmlitinn oi Slovens "'iMpi-ii'tor. This i- "i'.Milwaukee, I ami for all tho isms were conbined in MOJO comes the turn of York. It is the Empire State ot tlio Union, and now the political buttle ground of tho nation. The majority of tho pcoplo of tho State are no doubt against Lincoln, and it only remains for them to concentrate thoir exertions and votes upon tho only electoral ticket now in the field. the following para- graph to sketch of an interview be- tween ex-President Fillmore and Mr. Douglas "Ono of thu most gratifying inci- dents of Mr. Douglas' visit to Buffalo was his interview with ex-President I'illmoro. That gentleman has re- tired from public life, and takes no part in politics but ho was ono of the first, after the excitement of the reception and tho speaking was over, to pay Judge Douglas a visit 'at the Clarendon Hotel and welcome bim to the city. Tho interview was on both sides marked by most .cordialfeelings, and Mr. Ifillmore expressed himself deeply gratified at the magnificent reception that had been tendered to Mr. Douglas by tljn citizens of Buf- falo, and at the triumphant success that had marked his progress through so many of the States of the Union." A PUOPHKSV ABOUT RAILROADS '35 YEARS the English Quar- terly Review, for March, 1825, is found tho following remarkable para- graph We are not advocates for the vis- xmary projects that interfere with use- ;ul establishments. We scout the dea of a railroad as impracticable. in .IT 'MuCL V-UUr trugal.fai-e; ragrantToliage, and. .bid gbocUmgh t looking down upon youv at sunrise, stood upon the-mountain's ugged peakj with tbe woods stretcli- ug away info seeming illimitable dis- and far down below you, ;leaming by the Autumn tints of rich .brown, gold; ermilion, and niby and you were ever refreshed by our invigorating nd .delightful weather. With all these things, we are familiar hero.__ What though; ia winter ..the' snows descend and the .winds whistle, wo have cheerful hearths beyond their reach, and far from the. din cities Ilc ,.all (neir tootsteps-over the scenes of their dailv' labors. The -roof that shelters him was reared by thoso.to whom he owes: ms being. Some 'iriterestins domos- and the Crowd's 'sober wishes ignoble seldom learn to- for we are not in the desolate and sterile wilderness that is often imagined. Our waters abound with the' finest fish our gardens, when cultivated, groat perfec- tion, potatoes and most''of tlie roots and vegetables: Tfbiot arc ordinarily c. grown lotituries, md ISflllnvn---TWA oKall ____-I t vp nomcs- tic tradition is oonnce'Md with every inelosure. Tho favoi-ifco fruit tree was planted by his father's Ho sported 'in his boyhood beside the brook which..still the meadow. field la-Vs the.path to the village school of l.is earhw rlaya. He stil{ bears; frdrtl, his..window the, voice'of the Sabba'eh: bell, which called his. father to th's house of..God, and near -at hand is the spot where h'is parents laid down to restj and when tbe time'h'as pomo.ha shall be laid by his children, lliese: are tho feelings of ownera of the soil. We cannot paint them cannot flow- out ofthc. deepest fountains of the1 human heart; they are life springs of a fresh, healthy tional character." SALE hours by him to work are occupied to. the last minute. Ho tbon With- draws Jiimself entirety from 'Imainess' and resorts .to pleasures of life." The Rothschild, ooiwisting Baron James, (Jharlcs, Lionel, cousins, off rtw u IlJLlii- WATTKBE RAH 12 o'clock noon, to-day, this'important railway with all its :was sold at the office of the company, in this city, by ;D. WilJdns, Esa' Ghanoery United rtiiu UUU51ZIS, J3 tin- doubtedly the most royal and powcr- tul of the.reigning European families; most of the sold and silver of the world, and no nation can go .to war in Europe without their sovereign permission. They lent to the Emperor Russia forty millions for..tho .Crimean war they lent the WitisU- Orovernrneul seventy-five mill- ions ;_ Turkey, Austria, Sardinia Frussia and Egypt have all looked to their pqcUets for the sinews of war of Austria, at tho last accounts, was trying to obtain a fresh' supply from this inexhaustible foun- tam.aud even the great Napoleon is ca- ges- to propitiate tho branch of the house in his .empire. It ja, said that the .great banker has been offered the sovereignty of Jerusalem but and generous having all the Icepters o" EuropJ "u bis coat pocket, he magnificently dis- aains the nrnnnsiiinn j_i' uuab IJUUKtiC. !10 latiiiHies, i UL .me vniteu ind'wb shall 'yet see oui '7tates Circuit the o.learings covered with rich harvests dpnrptnl )f ryo and wheat. And you can form but a faint idea of the scene of life and activity at our mines, and the 7reat wealth constantly coming up, ometimes in masses of immense weight, from the depths below, afford- ng freight for the cars, wliioh flash- earful thoir track down the1 stoep sides' of the bills. You have-never stood on the brink, and glanced down the .abyss of dark.oness, and intimate- ly acknowledged Facilis descensus much less gone down the steep and perilous journey to the remote and hidden recesses, and yawning galleries, reverberating with the reiterated1 thunder of blasting, and echoing along the gloomy vaulte! like the artillery Of the d__ You havo not loooked upon the stal- wart forms down there, begrimed with smoke and mire, wielding with sinewy arms tho implements of their of but, tbie Yon eariha'vabut'afaiafc con- decretal order of that court. The sale did not attract much r jt it na a et- has a story that the Kmhsiri. _ He Loky Legimlatur didn't neber know the law. Cufieein the ttable, rubbin' down I1OS3, Juba at the woodsaw, gibbih' Jmkins widde close brush, b de coat. Won't dey hollah "Plory'' when dey hear iley got a vote Yaw I Yaw I Yaw n i r Uo Loky Legimlatur didn't neber know de Jaw. Let us csll a fo'm a club to- Suckylate de de peo- ple light--- r Cibbilize white folks-M.m Brink.N hoft's Coht Spcctcd sumiin .from ui when dey nib us right to vote Yaw Yaw Yaw r, T T Ching-a-ring-Chaw Loky Legimlatur didn't neber know de law Visible PUMUM de banjo turn, -Baron James was quietly against a column in the (which, column, from long occupation by him is .roeognizod as the Koths- when a gentleman of uiyate- nous deportment .approached him and intimated that he came from the iborhood'of the Tuilleries to con- subjcnt, course-, to es, which amount to dollars. ception _of. the. skill and ingenuity to bo.ar oa our- and would be almost of sfeamers-at our. whar- various, v-ojietationsi imazed u! ih. I'M I-IOUSK. rot. niMn-st Jiiui-i; to the slc.imboat Mi-vriis I'oinf CIIEI.M, T. 'I'h'if hi tip-top onfor, li to kot'p as HI." a.' o.ui 'i" I'oiiiid in the imrth- and cnrei'iil liostlcrs 11 4 ukl (bublUtkUlU. rt hot can be more palpably absurd xnd ridiculous thau the prospects held out of locomotives traveling twieo as aat as stage coaches. We should us soon expect the people of Wool- vich to suffer themselves to be fired ff upon ono of Congreve's rockets, is to put themselves at the mercy of uch a machine, going at such a rate. FASHIONABLE SHOES FOB 'hero arc several novelitcs in this de- partment of tho toilette thia There is a shoo with lappels that POINT HOTEL. MAW, I'roprii.'tor. Jl.ijn Street, near Ix'en relitteil, null the I'i'r and made irr jVorn tu .y VTAfKliK. H. L.tOTD. Proprietor to .iml it.M HAU. HOUSE: Jc 1 4-1 'I'horo were more than major- ity against Fremont in ISoG, thou-h ho took tho State by a plurality vole of thousands upon thousands. The Union men are now united. Vfo loso tho Scroggses.Ullmansand Prescotta, and pin tho Kents, the Ogdens, and tho bt. Johns, who are but a type ot ton thousand others who voted for Fremont four years ago. We retain, however, names like Millnrd Fill- niorc, Washington, limit, Lorenzo Burrows, Solomon G- Haven, Chas. Carroll, and all the good, true, pat- riotic, hopeful and unpurchaseable men who wore with us in 1856. The result in Pennsylvania gives no just occasion for despair, but should prompt every good citizen to use all his time and influence to save his a balloon voyage to Kurope He lias country from tlio calamity and curso! just completed a monster ballon in ot a sectional organization. The dark-1 which to make the trip and will cst tune of our political day was tho start at an early day. It is called setting 0J the sun in Pennsylvania on (the United States, and is tho lanrest Intfcjdny night. But thorn i h.Ilnnx buat may bo turned down from tho delicate ankle for tho house, or may closely cncaso it for the street. There is a quiltetl carriage shoe of all colors, bound with velvet. Balmoral boots, that laca, maintain their, hold upon the affection, and are universally worn. Of toilette slippers, there is an infinite variety. Bridal slippers of kid and sutin, with rosettes that alone are -worth are largely sold in New York per pair. Another aspirant for aeronau- tic fame bas sprung up in the person of Mr. C. C. Coe, of Rome, New i'ork, who ia making preparations for es, with' tirs-who oun-ence of and creditors, with a view to tlve' re-organization of tlie e.ompaiiy-'nno'rf a basis satisfactory to all. The property was bid off by Wil- mm Gray, as trustee for tho holders of the third arid fourth- mort- gage bonds, (the Great at one million of dollars, prior mortgag- four There being some lines anterior to those mortgages for duties on iron and other expenses of equipping and running the road, we understand theso prior bondholders are to allow the earnings to be applied to the pay- ment of thorn, arid- with this view to postpone the paynient of their coupons, upon which, however interest is to be paid from the day of their 'Ultimately this Will make their bonds better and mors available, and the arrangement is therefore beneficial to thorn. We are informed that in a fow days a.circular will be addressed to courteous in he consigned tho embassador and! his master to a place not 'mentioned to cars polito. It is supposed that lie at once perceived a scheme to extract out of his pocket the expenses of tho Syrian expedition, on preteiisc of restorincr the convLcd that this IK is tho set time for restoring the Jews, nor has he seen any prophesy which declares that they "shall be roeatorod at his expense. The Alchemy of Vice. You have heard the story of the Italian artist, meeting with a child of exquisite beauty, wished to preserve its features for fear lie should never see such loveliness T, iO jr. with freight, and swarm-11 stating all the facts curtous wayfarers, "and to them in tho a permanent ac- curtous remain to our J y Mr. Ralph Farnham, the Rev- olutionary patriot, from Maine, arriv- ed in Boston on Nlonday, having re- ceived a public invitation, ag has al- announced. He was ac- companied by his son John, who was 53 years ol'd last June, and by his (laughter Joanna, who is 65 and has been for eighteen years a domestic at the American House in that city. Though he traveled from in one forenoon, changing cars three' ;imes, he seemed not fatigued. He is very deaf and moves with difficulty, but he can converse intelligently, and seems quite proud of the attention shown him. Detroit Tribune, Oct. 5. GREAT CONVENIENCE TO MARIIIED is a fashionable saloon in Blecker street, New-York, called "The Store." It was established for the special convenience of marri- ed merchants, and the advantage of the name consists in tho fact "that upon their returning home late at night, and their anxiously waiting and perhaps indignant spouse inquiring i where they have been, they can say at the which, of course, averts the impending storm. Tlie inventor of that idea will doubtless again. So he painted the channing. faco.upon canvass, and hung it upon the walls of his studio. In his som- brest hours that sweet, gentle coun- tenance was like an angel of light to him. Its presence filled his soul with the purest aspirations. If over I find, he said, a perfect contrast to this beauteous face, I will paint that also, and hang them side by side, an ideal of heaven and hell. Years passed. At length, in a distant land, be saw in a prison he visited I the most hidejus object he ever gazed fierce, haggard fiend, with glaring eyea, and hia cheeks dceplj furrowed with lus land crime. The ar- tist remembered his vow andimmediat- ly painted a picture of this loathsome form, to hang beside the portrait of the lovely boy. The contrast was j perfect. His dream was The two poles of the moral universe come Don't .yah turn Glory be to the Yaw Yaw I De Loky Legimlatur didn't neber know de law I Yaw Yaw Yaw Yaw Yaw De doughfoce Mietah Tawney didn'l neber know de laxv I Thursday evoning Inst, .a couple of young folks called on F., and after considerable hesitation rormcst.u] be united iu hr.ly bonds of vhich request the Esquire at once >roceedcd to comply with. The bride, from the lateness of the hour, and tho peculiar nature of the call, thought sonic explanation necessary, and so very innocently remarked :__ e eatuo fn.in Columbia county to attend the Fair, but finding the tav- erns all full, and no place for Alei, to sleep, we concluded to get marri- ed, so he could slcej' iciih me and we will hot one of our big squash- es that when they visit tho Fair next year there will be three of Madison Patriot. Wit, Worth and: Two men, Jowepb Sparks and Oscar Flint, wore assailed in the sub- urbs of Baltimore, a few nights ago, by a gang of shoulder-hitters. Flint Tuesday night. But even there, j balloon ever constructed iwhMr'ntarlr there are rays of hope. The Repub- three times larger than Lowo'a. ft several members of Con-1 will hold feet of gas Hcans lose DOWN ox the late session of the Ohio Conference of the Methodist Episcopal forty-ninth annual in Gallipolis, on the 9th day of Sep- tember, 1860, the following ecclesi- astical action was bad Tbe following was presented by the Rev. Joseph H. Creighton, on the second day, and adopted by the Conference Tfaa uw of tobaeco leads to other have a by his o_____ many of whom he has saved from the monument erected over him grateful otherwise inevitable Caudle tures. A LONO RIDE is now a continuous chain of railroads were before him. What was the surprise of the artist on inquiry into the history of this horrid wretch, to find he was once that lovely little Both of those pictures, the angel and tbe demon of the same soul, Ice- le e.mon of te same sr, hang side by side in the Tuscany gal- lery. whose Col. Hugh Forbes, from Bangor to Jfcw Orleans, com- name figured so extensively ia the pa- posed of eighteen independent roads, tpers during the John Brown excite- costing in the aggregate, for 2344 j ment, and who, latterly, has been in uiiks of road, or nearly one tenth of the whole railway system in the United States. uuu, HIII noia ieet or eras m gross, and are suoccwful only by feet high, 118 feet in diameter Msionsm lac ranks ot the true frianitm 1 k.. on is a groat evil, and evils therefore, Sttolted, by A school master of 3Iontreal, and who, latterly, has been in tbe employ of Garibaldi as command- er of .Vlezanna, in Sicily, is said to be out of office once more. found to be impracticable, cr. of the peace. He was disturb- who had been somewhat of an cnthn- siast in the science of gooloey officers nnder him R 'has been superseded, was knocked down, but his compan- ion escaped by flight. When the scoundrels hit Flint, Mr. William Hood was robbed near Corinth, Ala., on the 13th inst. The Corinth paper says that tho name of the highwayman ia unknown, but there is no doubt that he was Robbin' Hood. A iVlr. Bently has been indict- ed in Alabama, for striking a strang- o- with an axe. lie says be didn't know but that the stranger was a robber. He didn't know, and so he axed him. A quizzical editor in Arkansas, who rejoices in the rather quizzical named of Harry Hurry, says that "truth ia generally glos- in its prog- ress." Probably it is never in such a hurry as be. A young jady of New Orleans, who recently performed a remarkable feat in rowing, bas been presented with a beautiful yawl. A smack would have been more appropriate. A man in our State, who at- tempted to hug a beautiful young wo- man. Miss Lemon, has sued her for striking him in the eye. Why should a fellow squeeze a Lemon un- less be wants a punch Mr. J. S. Fall, a Mississippi editor, asks when we shall get wise. Undoubtedly before Fall, if ever. Mr. Henry A. Rhule says, in a Mississippi paper, that be and be now goes f enouncing GanbalJi and recently made a good hit by which be pockets Ho took I lease of a tract of land near Aeton, on tbe Grand Trunk Railroad, upon cavalier, theotherdayr tried Rule that That after the present session, do not receive any person into Ml who pantsta in tiM i< puo .j ruiiK xvaijroaa, upon mvuiner which a littio copper ore had been to put down hit. opponent O. Conference, (picked np by the farmer who owned i question "If Niiaii did i Lf _ :_ i i I i with this against it. 'Xii a jtoor Wun't work both ways. and Mrs: Brewer, of Wayne connty, hare twenty-two Their'9 is, perhapn. the exten- sive brewery in tbe munion eu up oy me larmer wno owned; question --if .xian did send out a j Setting to work, developed jdovo that never returned, where did j An cxtrhanjje the tsnificent oooner mine, which has lit iro replied hu antatr who were imntemwt I" carri- a magnificent copper mine, which has j it go been aaid for of wfaiob j replied hia autag tiutt mbat jie, to drw to i'riwtm   

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