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CHS OZ&SXJSFiEB job ngpjpwgyr V
wont, and with tht Latest Style ofTyix, gwtl e nr -?
manner Jot Workm,now,Jb$ (KM wmsMtoiL.,'
dtinxitch and ehmpnas. Wtoan tttrt&h, at 8 on
BLAKK8, BILL-BEADS, - "- r- t
- LETTER-KEALS, VA&D3, jM', Hi ' -(
Tiua. itAtjjpij, poaijuts,
rSOSBA MMKfij BXWDrBILLS,
PAMPHLETS, CffiCULABS, CHECKS, 4C
AirtV. o (JM) acrw $8 00
Sl Months. ....... ,....v 4 00
Three Month - - 2 00
Or Month... 75
WEEKLY EDITION : ;t
utetfy, (' tht couMLys 2 00
oat of the counly, pottpaid, 2 10
.Six Months V. ............. 1 00
ay Liberal JtobMstUmifOfrtfad. ' i
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-V.h;: . "!f n-mu .ZHi xi.II
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I m m
Ladles buying Parasols and Sun Umbrellas will
liud the best assortment at the lowest prices at i
They will also And other pods to suit them upon
which they can save money. Our stock of Fancy
moi4 whi ma be, uLJYa
ls n0w complete, a
full supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting
and PlUow Casings In linen and Cotton, Unen
T.ible Damask in "White, Slate, Bed and Yellow;
Niinklns, Doylas and Towels In every variety; Cpr-l-ts.
Bugs, Mattings and Oil Cloths,
our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings Is large,
ind will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
HOSIERY. GLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFS, COB
SETS. FANS AND TIES.
Ask to see our Ten Cents Linen Cambric Hand
kerchief and $2 Sun Umbrellas. You will And
them cheap, and eyrfMnela fnlproportjon. '
Call and see us. It will pay you. J
ELI AS & COHEN.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
va Full Line of
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAjpEBBUITS !
tar COfTmS iMnds on hand.
tW COFFINS of idLj8'M$f$
' r srr.lt -stl .j
, U "t v J'
No. 5 West Tram 8tkkot. '
-y-i. i '-jvi
tMr Ladiss!.and .gentlemen's Burial Robes a
tine supply. ,,t
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- -..(J y.iili vritT .a'.bfs :
" 4 .;iaiLbiti ju1i 11 tumid cti'w !
, Nxrr ToP(TwrtCKi4 wi lu'n
f- -.Ai.rOHT . .mot-nill .WO ;
Hi- Ik j dn lo 5Kli ton 1
' "I Ik; iUi.(fiixiijt 4rfj vi ibJ :
! )!.'.. . UfiJJlilJ III SJiiKlH liifr ; I
r Stock 1s?eryUi unf
rteMMk VnU tine of
f ? Wi MH't in wtnrfl j !
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OWICB VUKNITUaS" I
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' All Goods Packed Free ofChargeH f
TO THE PEOPLE.
We wish to call special attention to our new arri-
Viz: LlnenXambrics, Linen Lawns, White French
Organdies. India Hulls, Mull Muslins, Marceils,
Massalla, Linen De Syre, Plain, Plaid and Striped
and InRertings, the nanclsonTeSt" goods Jnvtfte-market.
Also a full stock of Hamburg Edgings and
Inserting, and inaertlngs In wilte and colore; Lin
en' Cuffs and Collars,' Lace'Bibs, Xace, Linen antP
Cambric Handkerehlafs, r -
Don't fall to look aTonr ngnretl Lawns and Or
gandies. Ouratock otGJoves la complete In every
line. Long Lace' Gloves and Mitts tn all colors.
BarrtaandTJosephine seamless Kids. , Also a good
variety of cheaper brands." Ladles' Pmasols h atf
toe new styles ot the season. Umbreyas in Ging
ham. Begena and silk; Remember; we keep th
handsomest stock of
fn the'marlet l)rL stock oTomestfJgdbols i JeorX
plete in every branch,and cheaper than ever. Third
stock of Ladles' Hats Just arrived; also a second
lot of Gents', 8traw flats. Don't forget we have
the cheapest stock of Shirts, laundried and uatettn
dried. In the city. Be sure and examine our stock
of Gents' Furnishing Goods and Charlottesville
Casslmeres, the newest styles out A good assort
ment of . - T ; , A
Boots, Shoas, Ac. PtfW pjmptly filled.
' ' (t) j.seigle A CO.,
Opp. Charlotte oteTryon at, Charlotte, N. C.
IL'tyw P RIN D'S
RULE THE DAY. 1 3
11 jthrong Le
H. MORRIS & BRO'S.
Men's Best Flannel Suits, only $12,00
Beautiful light Casslmere Pants, $2.50, 3.50, 4.50
White Fancy Pique, 8tys, 10 and 12 cts. per yard.
Beautiful Lawns, 10 and 12 '"",
Dress Linen, all shades, 18, 20 and 25c per yard.
Hamburg Edging, all widths, 8 to 25c. per yard.
Two-bujttoji KJd JLy a hads j00- 75c and
$1.00 per pair!"
BeanUfoi Dress Buntiag, worth 25c, for 15 eents-
: j pet yard. -: .,, , . ..... . y '
Yard Wide good Bleaching, only, 8c per janL, '
Best Calicos, all grades, only 6 cents per yard.
It will pay anybody to Inspect our Goods and
prices, as we claim to be the leading low price
houseinCJjarttej j f
Just received, a beautiful line of
SiiSgVi price fen? HietOs to $3.
, i if :r a u
Also, a full line of
And Ladles Underwear atlmmense bargains.
H. MORRIS A BROS.
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A Vn).AA MAAH
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in Mati'r Youth's. B(
M ) I. I -J. A 7 I
fr&Vifr lISWSiS g!
ttmes ready to give Quotation of prldea.
carment wmcn ia.soia at our nuw naiiouw
Beas represented, and In price less than ca be
CheaBerhan anr other, house, as we .did the
staatttei have gained tne reputation
fmg the best m tne mance
Pools. Jhocs and Slippers.;;;
:mu tobJ ItilhoJl I
Ineludlng the best manes m me country, auoxw
9n ,1m tiAfaimiiniiur stank a ftomnleLe Hue of
rmeFeltmut anof STraw"11ata, and any kind of
UeUemen' .ruroishlBg .Goods,,, pon't. purcna
before' you examine ourBtocva tae-cneapess
uts uau a
W.XAUTXAK&CO.'B, j .
Corner Trvde and LTrtoriS
r 'i k a
have made tne expenmeni 01 purcuaaiiiK
so complete s'l Include toe latest noveltt
sv's and Children's- ! .
, I. 'ot'T AIXAqt HABHETi
Harper's'Magazlne for May.
When the nights are heavy with musk.
And the stars are ripe In the gloaming.
The low moon breaks like an apple of dusk
Through the shadowy leaves like a pomegranate
huskv ."'':" V -iis. :h .bj.h -mi;
And I know that ioj lady Is eomlng: : - ?.
By Oie prlnrrose's Javelin plume, f ? ;
And the eereus open, as though . . '
An April frost, to Its delicate loom,
Had woven the snow-flakes into a bloom
Of capricious and odorous snow;
By the shadow that, like a glove, . . .
The passion flower's leaf has thrown
In the lists where the laurels breathe and move.
By the Bweet syringa's piping of love.; : , , .
Adhe Jessamine' bugles blown; ;; . ..." ;
But the lisp and the laugh of the leaves
In tae hushes are low and sweet, , ' ..
At b peep, hid In tbvtaanarind sheaves , ... ,
For the hour of btoaBeaa on mtdsumtner eve,
AM the soands f her coming leefc, i ,
juiwitt .jn ifi i. -,:,) :..,7,. ...... ...
Like the udden bloom through the husk T
Of ther prlBMose at eett-ttde ; u i,,. ,V :
She come y ddieaand-pools f musk,. ... .. ,
That flower to shape la the fragrant dusk, .
And follow he? opeacyedi'!:- : . j,
(. ann lit im'i.i i id ;M
Antb lush and the bloom afford
6ueh a harmony hour by hour, ,
My mmi confesses a food accord .
To the sweet responsive word for word
Of .the night In Us perfect flower.
.!! 'tHilUli SlQl'iii I K . -
i'man Wv'be' M tnrrt of
. properly eook-1
iddenir called utv-
41 A ttleutatmeTbrresDonderrt'of the Hartford
Timet estimates that am ounce of boney consumed
at luncheon cost the bee who manufactured Jt 460
miles of travel and he goto ao belt either.
The Pope Wtaaklng great.' reductions la.hls per
soaaL household, .observing that It is useless to
Iteep up an enormous , kitchen where nothing ls
plate.., Ot, personal service he requires very little,
so that his retainers wlH be reduced ) oris third of
friwiinfriiT;';' ; ' . o'f-.i
' An feTrf 1re fn i'iua rnhea "ChaWlea " liuicnlrt-
1y drawled:Joeephiw,'lookteg up from-.ber. book,
I see one of the studies at west Point 4a trigono
metry." What' l' trigonometry, . anyhow?". VTri
gonometry, replied Charles, toylBg wlthan Invalid
rnou8tache; "ls aa 18 the science of palling the
trigger, or coarse." ; tnougm saf saw joseptuoe,
resumlja r-noveLAtoTis . m , , .
An old gentleman without tact, on meeting some
ladles whom he-had known as girls in! his boy
hood, cordially remarked.: 'Bless me! How time
flies? Let me see. It is fmy-two years come next
April since wehised to go to school together in the
old red school house. I was a little chap, then, you
remember, and you were fine young women." The
old naa fiould never: understand x?hy his cordial
greeting was received so coldly. : ',
A emplteAted: chtcken Case has taxed the legal
acumen wf one radswon the Georxla beneh-.aad
tw0 ex-)uges oli-the floor. J The partr ot the first
partewfied Orasstmaed to own Che hen, and the
party f the Second part was charged with, having
stolen tae same. The hen- was. introduced in en
dence anddnlyWentlfled, but while the . two ex-
Judges were arguing the case on its merits, she laid
an egg in court. As soon as her cacsue naa aaver-
"rjewctAuullualloir; the paity of Oio first
udicial peaaulstte, amrtbe janitor mumbled some
thing about ttortoBlwtnW f f
SOUTH CAROLINA ITEMS.
Winnsboro has the measles.
W. S. Gregg has been elected presi
dent of the Chester building and loan
HanncyPrbytryriiet at Darling
ton on the 14th. Kev. W. S. Plumer, I),
was elected moderator.
I iNr? t?re 4ast two years the Pickens
town council have not had a disorderly
person to deal with, nor have the citi
zens paid a cent or town tax
Afeefibtts buttlria scrapeocfeujfred in
Charleston about midnight last Satur
day, in which two men were seriously
if not fatally stabbed, and one man bad
ly bitten. ) )
Messrs. C. D. Page & Co.'s lime sheds
and buildings, at Limestone Springs,
,JimuiQUfg QoOntv, with their con
tents, were destroyed by fire last Fri
day night, causing considerable loss.
InjCbestei county- on , the 10th, two
bretnersGTeorge aftm Johnston Crosby,
returning from a hunt, got into a iriend
lv scuffle, when Georere's erun was acci
4 dentally discharged, the load:.rjassinr-
ythKlijsj brother's jad, and mtA
mg a wuunu wiiiuii'whi piuve'iisutu
This irom the maieun.
Ismael Harris, colored, while lyin
asleeo on the South Carolina Railroad
track near Gadsden, was run over by
the up passenger train last Saturday
and had his arm terribly crushed. The'
WJeat tslurfrcfi frd was vrrmqimpt his
JJemtcmr(fempioyer, ana' 11 is arm was
amputated at the shoulder joint, but he
will die, ,
Columbia Register, Tuesday: The
community was shocked yesterday af
ternoon to hear that Mr. H. Li. Habe
nicht had committed suicide - by hofcn
ing himself through the heart.; lie wa?
proprietor of the establishment recently
opened on the cornet 0f Main and Tay
lor streets, and wasiformerly a resident
of Charleston;. He was about 32 years
of age, afrdteix a wife and several small
Spartanburg Spartan: The friends
of Mr. Philemon "Sanders will be much
pained to hear of his, sudden death in
Warterborb.' .He had been married on
lv a week and tiad &6ne with his bride
to spend a few days at his father's resir j
dence in uoiietonouniy ' ne naa ueen
a citizen of Spartanburg for several
years,' and was tavoraoiy . known ner;
as a young man of fine business habit!
an4inntiring energy., : , ( T (J(,
Judge Bond having issued a subpoena j
pear before the court in Charleston and
produce,, the poll, listsiof f the late etepr
t ion, Colonel & nls' answers ' that he is
too sick to come to Charleston, and that
he- - cannot' buffer - ftriy records to leaive
his office. He will be pleased to show,
them to any-.one, coming into his onlce?
to see them. Judge Bond will hear tar
The Bulletin says that an altercation
occurred Tuesday mornmg, .at,-Ellis'
bap-room, in Chester, in wmca Mr,
NewtoaiBiKhaaarr Aattshot throas5
the loWeVarrf tttertamrh by a piatot
I in the hands of Policeman Foard. Who-'
had repaired to the scene to-'qugg itn
disturbance. The wound was exam-,.
xence. The dlffiiulty ongmated lh a di$r.
pijte over a lifrelstle.
TnHftih ThUiina colored neoDle's con-
T. '-'-'T' r . - . .
TYHirrrt Orleans. Moflgay, a re;
port was adopted favoring organized
fMr, by-saldcoiored,men. lastlyear-
produced 35,Q0Qid0Q of wealthy that -it
is proposed to let white men yajtftsu -
J gar, cotton and rice, an4., that a herfpo
members? ofs uoagress!anaiine..pr3eBii
acrent.for the Honduras Immigration
ety.ises lortnj tne wftjaiuk uu juYaiiduen. varneia against tnerevpiu
ofittfat Muiitry uma.it vttimateftiortf tjn .so j .
.for. tbfl,,C0to. man. andjhe sujecn
3Kasmerre-,iW4, .KfHiW in
I .J..!W..U'I ..Ji-., 4',, It fff
All t&osa desiring w eTrioy that ihigo 4iegree.-ei
health whieV puw blow iftdacaa 4. inftlntalnp;
should wwfmm IW-Ml9i: I'a'fU.-
An acrtllea: MlarBlrf i
vides that all. expenses' 6f ensrraviriflr
bonds, clerk hirei: and.any and afl othe
expenses rncureu m. sei-Lung meiyortn
Carolina Railroad construction debt are
to be paid by, the, three .commissioners
out of their one-nau: per cent, xrnmis-
" For the speedy trial of criminals,''
on March 14, 18T9; concurrent iurisdi6
tion ,was given, to lnteiior and Superior
Courts to try all cases of :whicHiinf eri
or Oourts. have had of may pe given Ju
risdiction, Jnsticegare'. to bind over
defendants in all such causes, and make
all ftriminal processes returnable, and
appeals j ar$ to ,1 . taken," jfTbhi justices
tothe.next ucrieeTO::c6u!ct; i1t 6u-
either the Inferior ;; pr ' the Superior
VjULU U u auj. . wuMV nuuit auau (tub
haye been tried; and determihed at any
term of said Inferior or Sutehot1 GoTirt!
shall be transferred , by.; the' jplerk of
such court to. the next succeeding court,
be.it Jjiferior or; Superior.; The hand
ing over . of the papers jyr.tne clerk of
one court to the clerk of the other court
where the trial is totakejuace, with1
of the former; "is -1 be1 rieirT 4. sutficient
transfer of any sttch case from one
court to the other. v -
PROBATE OF PEBS.
Whereas, very oftentimes much trou
ble and delay occurs in the proof of
deeds and ptber instruments conveying
property, located inthi&! State toy par
ties thereto, who are non-residents or
absent from the State: : ; V ' "
The Qenerat Assembly of North t'arolt-
na do enact:
Section l. That every clerk of a
court of record in any other State shall
have full power as a commissioner of
affidavits ond deeds as is now vested in
regularly appointed commissioners of
affidavits and deeds for the State.
Sec. 2. This act, shall t be in force
from and after its ratification.. .
Ratified the 27th day of February, A.
D. 1879. . ,
To provide for, the payment of jurors,
an act ratified March 14,4879, levies a
tax of $2 on each party convicted un
der indictment in either Superior or In
ferior Courts ; and of $5 on any one ad
judged to pay the, costs in any civil suit
in said,. courts,; Clerks tc charge saijl
taxes in bills of costs, sheriffs- to collect
and pay intq county , treasuries, to be
set apart for a jnixfjmd. .
The register,of deeds, is. required by
act ratified 'Mtth ii,4 1879; to serve by
mail all notices Issued, by boards of
county comirdssionets to justices of the
peace, road overseers and school com
mitteemen, ;n Ueuxrf the service by the
sheriffs of the several 'coantiesi and
shall .receive as rtis compensation his
actnal expen ses for mailing and noth
ing more. '-'The cfc is nbfc to apply in
any county' witli insufficient mail (facil
ities. ' r 1
WHAT TO IX) WITH DRTJNliAKDSj
The Geiteral Assembly of North Caroli
na do enact:
Section l. .That any person, who ha
bitually whether contiguously br, peri
odically, induTge$ in the ,use, of intoxi
cating liquors to such an extent aS to
8tupef y hnrind.iahdtoreridref' in
competent - to transact .ordhiary : busi
ness with safety to hisVestate, "shall tje
deemed an. inebriate. wUhinttemean-
mg ol chapter hfty-seven 70I BatUB s
Revisal: Profcwte& The habit of so in
dulging in such, .use shall have been at
the time of inquisition of at least one
year's standing. , . r t , ,
Et, 2. If t upon . inquisition any per
son shall. beLfoujjid.to be aalnebjfa'te,
the Probate Court or thesUperiOiCOnrt
in-or out term shall immedAateijf.ap
poi nti some, one of, his nearest ' ftlaronsj
by blood or mar ilage ', sucn-'tetatlon be
ing; a, sci-eefij jrp,'gnardiah.' bf Lthe
estate, o.sucjx inebriate, as irt.the case
of ohansi In case 'such, inebriate1 shall
bave.noi relation by .blood or marriage
i competenliin thAiudfflnhtrOf Itha'tiDurtf
, .to ac as such guaiuuai btj'case Ch;
riauwn, saui; refuse t$ a snuuuart
idian, t&e: wurt.snIi apbeJht some other
discreet pereqri aSj'siicn guardian. .,' ; i
;. . Sec. rjEVarx. 'jmaj0i&QtiY inepri
ate shall tovfe anVtheItAandpdiyers
overi jhei estate :of suchinebtiate. ftnd
shall be subjeet to a.,te du1?es Mnph
&nrl anaKlfl nr manaorin
;f airs, the, CQur,, which ffifr
miarflian la VifrnnV aju.htif
move him and restore to said initiate
all his property, to manage ahd' Control
in as "full anfl ample a manner as he
held thasamerffior to Jaw having been.
,Sec5. This a
i in forpe from
and after, its ratification.
tiatiflftd the I4tli dav of March
I.., feomiDgeto 0 ie. army mil,
Lwasnuigiuu ncpuuuciui, j.ucsuaj.j
Mayes has gone
his dutv in refaftftri to the armv bill as
to prepare the"otrtlines of a veto of that ;
xfieiiaure snouta n vut uhs in jw pi oh
eftt f orrnf 1 ' Tf ls-further 'known that he
has follbWed; the debate on ' the bill in
both hbtnVesf!'cl6seIv' and that he has
frequently remarked- to 1 Republican
members whotttave called upon him" at;
the execulive'mansib'ft during the past
ek' that' hW'ir thoroughly in accprd
witlf the. "jartf in' this" ! matter,; ;As3d6
xi-ornrtnis i-emarK; nowever, ne nas! per
'sltetttly declined to give1 any certain
ihttmauon of nis intention to sign or
veto the bill.- The report that he has
!!tVrepared ; th outMnes of A veto does
therefore come irom mm; norisremaoe
bV anthorffc? 'from -atry : mv& iofficiilly
ana Bervea yesteraay w,Gemoraue me
Dernocracy'ta no little extent us it wa&
those, who? pc tend, to, , jNUO;feoinet)ung
of its contents, ands who i reallr isboiula
know, the be'ief is entertained that he
will takn tliB.hrna(ln
Ml ' i. . A.1 -.A.JT 1 . l
qU TmbiMWMFW9fap nauonai gov
ernment of nropef , afd legrttimate iau
thrtrffv iHi tm control of Its own affairs.
1 . -
arid 'practically places5 tbat 'eohtrol in
;fheu2narMrfu6fJ theState conernirfentsi.
alsofthatri? gfj so far in its repealing
f effefcta as;to 'deprite"th legally constit
T triitfeotlitferS '
of tlie United states courts
of Jana tiWef WmtQ$ep: the law I
fprtoed qnarters ts thatne-wili' in this
'iBipi-TW-'Wd6rtwr' reiterate ftbe
argumentsi advanced by SenatoBlatne
yrup nas pean useq , ior teauarea corrects.
pi we wowwa, reueresj wwq wuc. resuuwep
a baweiai cures -ttysentew ana ai&iafiia. wueiner
arising ironj feewinor oujer.ww t AO 1
well known remedy. 25e per bottle.
jm.im m- ..V
-iosr SB-it? ibi Sit 'dm i'i a-M-if .p,-i-M vii S
r fcfsr rwn a,i-
17,fiU w I H
Repreuting the .novei;
CLOXHINGr IN EVERY CONdtSlXBliE
April 6, 1879.
COME AND SEE BEEQRE BUYING
,UL ltDIIL lit HIT
Ever shown in this city.
April 22, 1879.
& BARUC H
; Notice ls hereby given that an election will be
held on the first Monday in May, (being 'the i5th
-day f the mouth).' 1 879; at the usual polling
plaeee tu the seferal wards ef th ciij of Charlotte,
tor Major and a Board ,of Alderman fot' said city.
inspectors -De. M. M Orr, & M. Howell, f A. E.
Ward No. 2-38
, a B,-Williams
MnDeidtors' lohfi 1 'ttntt
bloah, a.b. Davidson.
i v j ,,: Ward No, 8i-Regtetraf , B. P. Boyd. . ,
. i In8petor8 R. Ji t: Datesr J. a.. Carson, , it ll
' " ' V Ward No. 4-BeglstraJva' P. Waring;
inspect6rsJ;T. Bryce, Butus Barrlnger.'i 'B, f
! M. XL ALEXANDER, Sheriff.
jb, u,aLiTtt, .Mayor,
-The Hdersigned is now prepared to fill all ofdersi
for every cjaspf UnertakUig. Having on hand a:
roll assortment of , , ;, -f
n COFFINS, CASKETS, AND BURIAL CASES,
'' ' ' ; Both Wood aid Hetalic ' 1 I '
WHCB8 AS LOW A8 AMI.
j Hearse . rumlshed If desired.
,-JfiiSUtaeerof jet OtoetiptioD .Repaired 4 kbor
r - j" r f ; I bit r-vir W. Mrf WlliH KL
. fjs c -jf;'-",j ;j nia'i'"t --'i-n-
WE ARE DAILY RECEIVING AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF
- . I
I'-iiti h v-fi ii:
ill Willi M -hh, ; ji :'-nil 'till ! !.!
A general inspection Is cordially, solid ted,
. - liespecrfulK
FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Remember that we are the rulers in H" Low Prices for Fine Clothing. : ; ,
L. BERW ANGER & BEOi, Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
HE FOUB REVIEWS
Authorized reprints of
The Edinburgh Eevlew (Whle).
The Westminster Bevlew (Liberal),
The London Quarterly Review (ConservatiYe,
The British Quarterly Review (Evangelical),
AKD . '
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBUEGH MAGAZINE.
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