IXW BIEI, CRAYM CODHTI, I. C.,-T0ISD1T, AUGUST 12, 1302. FIRST SECTION.
svir:p uhds. -;
Complete List of all Tracts Is read
er and Duplla Counties Hade.
Dr. James R. Borers, Ceavalescias;.
Sarsastleate Ckasr Freaa Tk
' Salooa System to Tka Dls
pessary Plaa, Sift Fres
Tae Maveraf s
Rauhqh, Aug. 9. Today a complete
list of all the tracU of State "Swamp
- landa" In Pender and Duplla conn tie
waa made by the 8tate Bnpertntendeat
of public Instruction and teat to W. B.
Rodman, the Slate agent, The latter
and' engineer ' UoRaa will go over tae
land. A. syndicate of Indiana people
dealre to bay a large tract at et near An
gola "bay? a swamp sad establish thara
on a colony and engage U tniCk farm
ing, . -t J j ' IliMi
Dr. Jamea R. Rogers, phyaMaa to the
A, ft M. College, wko kaa bora In a aoe
pltal here several weeks, alck of typhoid
fever, la convalescing. There kaa been
but little typhoid thla aammer. the city
health officer says, and only one death
of a resident. ' ,
lira. P. M. Simmons and Mlaa Eliza
. Slmmona left today for Beaufort and at
New Bern were joined by Senator Slm
mona. ' . . .s.
'The executive ecmmlltoi of the North
Carolina antl-aaloon league waa In ses
alon here laat night until f midnight. It
hu outlined Ita policy, which la to be
the securing of a general State law,
abolishing the saloon ayatem all over the
State and providing that any county or
Incorporated town desiring the dlapen
aary system shall be able to eecure the
latter by a majority Tote of the cltl
Two cannona are on the way to the
State museum here, a gift to It by the
mayor and corporation of Edenton, at
the special request of Got. Aycock.
' Mayor Bond aaya regarding these old
guns that 45 were bought In Franca for
Virginia and North Carolina. They ar
rived at Edenton on the ahlp "Heart of
Jesus" In July 1778, and 29 of them were
delivered to Virginia, while 8 were aent
to Fort Hancock, N. C, while a number
were placed on the privateer "Caswell,"
The others,, 8 in number were left at
Edenton. bat were not in aervlce. . Dur
ing the civil war several were mounted
and put on the "green" of the town.
When the federal fleet arrived, after the
fall of Roanoke Island, the people
feared that these guns Would get them
In trouble, but the commander , of the
fleet said they were only dangerous to
those In'te rear.
Death of Capt Batchelor.
Special to Journal. V
-1 Rat.kioh, Aug. If. News waa received
here today of the death of Capt. Joseph
B. Batchelor,' Jr , retired, at Manila.
The cause of his death waa cholera.
He was retired from active duties In
the army on account of disability due to
, arduous service In the Philippines. Ha
waa 43 years of age and waa prominent
In military circles being the author of at
least two textbooks. ' . . ; "
Be leaves a wife and three children
who are in New York and hit father,
Hon. Jos. B. Batchelor, Sr., la Raleigh's
oldest lawyer. ' 1
Aug. 11. Mlaa Elizabeth Ennett gave
a birthday party at her home August 7th
to a goodly number of Invited friends
and Sri'latlvea, among (he ladles were
MIssps Izora Jone, Eitello Humphrey,
Lyde Week, Ola Backer, Etlene Hum
phrey, Mamie Calls and Beatrice Weeks
' The ; geutloman present were Messrs.
Ortli Weeks, L. a Humphrey, Chaa.
Barker, Jesse Watson, John Jonas and
Masteia Bert Weeks, Jerry Wat aon and
- Humphrey. It waa r saocesaful
occasion and a'l. enjoyed themselves
' Wghly. t-;:
Thete were tbrre suroeastve thunder
aqualla Wednesday afternoon which re
sulted !n heavy rain falls. The crops
are very much improved by the refresh
lagshoweie;;-;i'---'r--,fit,. v '
j. The farmera have begun aavlng fodder
and find that corn la cut off considerably
Little Lora Taylor and Etta Sanders
have been very 111 with fever, but are
able to be out again. .
Mr Chaa. Barker and alater, ills Ola,
passed through today enroute for Bache
. lor to visit their slater, M rs. Morton.
Mr. and Mr. Moore of Yanceboro are
Visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Gutherle of
Mr. C. C. Dennis of Cedar Point went
Morebead City yesterday. '
Dr. J. W. Banders of Bogue, la kept
quite busy visiting his patlenta. ; -.
Mrs. Dollle Parker of Bogue la visiting
. her lster, Mr. Mollis Mattocks of
Stella.-' u hi ; v.
Little Mlaa Easla Taylor It vlItng her
aunt, Mra. W. C. Bell of Broad Creek.
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T!.3 1: J Y:i !"::3 11: il
IHtG EOWAKD CJtOWKED
At Westaaluter Abbey. The Khsg Ap-
- pcaret la 6eod Eeahm. Aaxrl
cans Present -
Special to JouraaL --
Lodo, Asg. The coronation aer
vtcea of King Xd ward took place la the
Abbey of Westminster today at 1S:W
a. as. -
Alexandra waa crowaed Queen, oae
quarter of an hour' after her husband
waa crowned King.
The King looked well, there being
few traces of his races t aevero ill net
Aasoag the twoaty-alz Americana pros
rat daring the caramon tee were: Ambas
sador Joseph H. Choala aa the official
representative of 'the Ualted States,,
Hrary Wklt,J. Bidgely Carter Craig
Wadsworth, Major X. B. Caasatt, Capt.
Richard Clover, all of the Xahassy staff,
JastlosH.B. Brown, of the Federal Su
preme Court; Former, Postmaster-Qea.-aral
Don M. Dlcklnaoa, Former Attorney
General John W. Griggs, Frederick W.
Holla, Jsmea Wilson, Kdmond C Bay
Ilea, Joalah Qutncy and General Joseph
" A consolidation of plaa lumber Inter
ests are Mid to have, been recently af
fected. The deal Involves about $3,000,-
000 worth of the State's choicest pine
timber. The Surry Lumber Co., Is the
party la whose name the consolidation
Is made. The deal la regarded as one of
the moat Important In the hlatory of the
lumber trade of the State.
A telephone will be conatructed from
Arapahoe to Reelaboro.
Joseph B Lea contemplate erecting a
cotton ginnery at Arapahoe.
CapltallaU from Columbua, Ohio, will
drill for oil la the vicinity of Aahe-
A company haa beea oiganlsed at
Aehevtlle for the manufacture of artlclea
from tela : '
v W M Hand, of Burgaw will erect a
second cannery at that place In order
to meet the growing demand for his
goods. " -'
The Elliott Chair Company with a
capital of flC0,C0O haa bean Organized
at Lexington. -
A knlttlng4klll has recently beea
started at Elizabeth City. P. H. Wil
liams la manager, r.i , ;
The Lakavllle Township Company has
organised with a view to establishing a
pleasure reaort at Lake View. A Bos
ton ayndlcate Is the promoter of the ven
ture. : The Imperial Tobacco' Company of
Great Britain, through. Its American
agent, Jamea McDonald, of Richmond,
Va., la lettelng contraota for the con
struction of large factories at Greenville
and Kingston. ,
, The Erwia CotlonMllls Ca, of Du
ham, haa selected a alto for Its Plant No.
S, and It will be located at Dunn. It will
be built at an expanse of $300,000," have
70,000 aplndlee and 3,000 looms.' The
company will conduct all Its business
affairs and Improvements on a strenuous
basts. M: i '4: v.: '
The Southern Bell Telephone Co., has
asked for a franchise of the Charlotte
council for placing : the wires under-
The Dunn Cotton Oil Mill Co., of
Dunn, haa beea Incorporated with capi
tal of $30,000 and have beea allowed the
privilege of increaalng It to $300,000. Vs
" Bxcnrsloa T Asnerille. 5 !
The A. A N. O. railroad offers a grand
opportunity to those who wish to visit
Ashevflle by having an excursion to that
elty at the surprisingly low rate of three
fourths of a cent fper mile. This excur
sion Is made at the request of many
along the line of the road who desire to
go to Ashevllle and the company makea
the price within the reach of all ,
The rates from New Bern to Ashevllle
and return are only SJS0 and the cars
go through with out change, thus avoid
ing all trouble arising - from the change
Of can. ' u , ;
The excursion will be made by special
train, Tuesday, August (13 and will leave
New Bern at 5:30 a. m.r arriving at Aahe
vllle about 7 p. m.
Tickets will be good returning on any
regular train up to and Including August
33nd. ', -
Tobacco Kews.' "'-'v v
Several carts camaIn yesterday from
Jones county with tobacco, which waa a
little anuaual occurrence on Monday.
The planters report that curing la pro
gressing rapidly, and that the crop Is
ripening so fast, there Is but little time
to get the weed to market. It la expect
ed that In a week or two, large quanti
ties will arrive. , '
Fresh Crr-e-ITuta, Postum Cereal
Ear" - f: 1 1 .1 Cat T:si at J. R.
Holoomb Ward aad Dwlght F. Darla,
Americaa teaala champtoaa were 'de
feated by the Doherty brothers, English
champtoaa, la the championship series
played at th Crescent Athletic club at
Bay Ridge, L. L.laat week.
King Edwarda poatpoaed eoroaatloa
occurred yesterday la circumstances of a
great deal of pomp and ceremony. The
program that was arranged for the occa
sion that waa to have occurred la June
waa carried out In the main.
Attorney General Kaox took umbrage
at something that was said about him
which he overheard la a New Tork
restaurant aad went after the speaker
with his bare fists. He was victorious ta
the Brat round for his adversary beat a
haaty retreat after the assault. The
Identity of the person la not accurately
kaowa hut It Is thought to be a Wealthy
manufacturer who waa offended at
Knoa's stand oa the trmsta, - '
Laraen, a youag womaa In a boat la
Chicago waa hanged at Springfield, I1L,
for his crime. - Toombs waa cook oa the
boat and the womaa waa hla aaaiatant
aad he killed her because she restated
The result of the Pultjam case which
was oa trial at Ashevllle last week waa
disagreement of the Jury.
Wm. Bartholin, a young mechanic of
Chicago is suspected of the murder of
his mother and his sweetheart, Mlaa Mln
nle Mitchell. The latter body wm found
in a vacant lot and when Uat seen alive
wm la Bartholin's company.
It la reported that arrangements have
been completed with Joseph Natal, the
Italian Consul, foraa Italian coloniza
tion of a traot of 30,000 acres la Beau
fort county, by a syndicate next Septem
An International Investigation of
earthquakes la proposed by Germany.
The German embaaaador haa Invited the
United States to participate la a confer
ence next spring. Delegatea from all
European atatlona, Japan, Argentina,
Brazil, Chile, and Mexico are also Invi
ted. A monument, recently erected, over
the grave of Nancy Hanks, the Mother
of Abraham Lincoln, at Lincoln, Ind.,
will be dedicated October 1st.
The action of the Philippine friars In
selling their landa to a ayndlcate of lay
men la disapproved at the Vatican. The
leads are considered church property
aad are Inalienable without the consent
of Rome. h
Lord Balfour announced today the
appointment of the following commis
sion to Inquire' Into the conduct of the
Boer wan Earl Elgin, chairman; Sir
Hrary Norman, John Hopkins, Lord
Eaher, Sir John Edge. '.,
Alderman Jamea Brlgga, the moat pic
turesque member of New York's Board
of Aldermen, and famous for his quaint
speeches, Is dying with pneumonia.
i Walter A. Scott, Chicago, president of
the Illinois Wire Co. wm fatally stabbed
Saturday by Walter L. Btebblngs, a civil
engineer. A claim of $8,000 wm the
cause of the quarrel.
A new hotel built upon ; modern prin
ciples and having almost every conven
ience of a metropolitan hotel waa opened
to the public In Wilson, N. C, Satur
day.'., j - ..' - t I
What Is believed to be an Incendiary
fire destroyed $150,000 worth of property
at Plttaburg Saturday. .
Geo. Lucu Meyer, a prominent Boer
commander died auddenly of heart ' die-
In Hollaad. .. , -. . -r.
In the latMt market deal oa wheat,
Joha Gates, the great Chicago operator,
la said, to have made $1,000,000.
Loula Pennington, a former resident
of Raleigh, committed suicide In Paris
by taking acid. He wm suffering , from
an Incurable dlseaae, cancer and feared
that the dlaeaM would bring him to
Mr. Guy Pope, who returned from a
pleMant visit at Pine Grove, Bandar, re
ports a fine hunt while away. Three rae
coona. all turkeyaaad one deer, reward
ed his skill m a marksman. .
; That particular section hM long been
noted aa a hunters paradlM, and good
sportsmen rarely ever go then without
bringing a good trophy away.
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. BRADHAM'S LAXATIVE CHILL
and FEVER TONIC la a sure cure for
Malaria In all Its forms. It It a general
tonic and can be gtvento children to
Improve and enrich the blood and regu
late' the digestive tract. Price 60c. No
cure no pay. EUADIIAM'3 PUAR
KACT. .. ., .:
JACCr i' r..- ryaTTLUey Is the
t-.t. i:i.'"3i'r t.
Will Cause Rebnildlnf Tower A. k
Cottea Opealag Freely. Severe
Electrical Storm. Swamp Land
Sale. Deeds to State Swamp
Leads. Coajarors to
ness.' Ralkiob, August 11. The bolt 'of
lightning which struck the lofty tower
of the textile building at the Agricultu
ral and Mechanical college here Satur
day afternoon, hMdone auch damage
that about an eighth of the tower will
have to be rebuilt It la the second time
thla summer this tower hM been struck.
It is topped by a mass of galvanized
iron which weighs 150 lbs. Fifty feet
below Is the metal roof of the building.
There are no lightning rods. Of course
the lightning gets to the roof and m the
bricka area poor conductor it tears
them to pieces. The tower looks ex
actly m It It had undergone a bombard
ment There are holes, nearly circular,
8 and 4 feet In dlameter.entlrely through
the brick work. Many brick hare fallen
others are ready to fall.
Cotton la opening quite freely In thla
section. The copious rains of the past
few days will check this and causes
new growth, which Is desired.
There was s severe electric storm here
last night. It came from the north. The
clouds were very threatening and had
they come from the southwest there
would have been great fear of a cyclone.
The rain fell In torrents. South of here
a house struck by lightning, wm seen In
flames. The path of the storm wm nar
row, like that of all this year In the State
There la now plenty of rain In this sec
tion. It hM helped old corn and la mak
Ing young corn grow wonderfully.
A charter wm granted today to the
Fremont Hleh School.
The corporation commission will hold
a general business session Wednes
day. The 8tate Board of Education today
made a sale of 8,000 acres of its. swamp
lands In Alligator river, in Tyrrell coun
ty, to G. W. Roper.
The board has made copies of all
deeds of sales and of all options on its
swamp landa In the State. These go to
the agent of the board, W, B. Rodman
of Washington. No one knows, even
approximately, It appears the quantity
of this land yet unsold. Of course
aquattors are on a lot Of lt;t!mber thieves
have cut the timber on a large area.
There la now a systematic effort to get
at the area and the status of all these
It Is found that some poor whites
here who are sick, have rejected the
services of regular physicians and are
employing "conjurers." Some of the
latter are whites and some negroes.
To The Democratic Voters.
Being Mked to state the reasons why
I am not a candidate for the office of
Register of Deeds, I have this to say:
That being solicited by a hoBt of
friends and the executive committee of
my township to become 4 candidate for
said office and being informed by several
parties that Mr. Ernest M. Green had of
fered to withdraw in favor of any candi
date from the north aide of Neuse river
I decided to enter the race, provided he
would do so. ) ,
' But on seeing Mr. Green, he denied
making any such statement except that
such candidate should have the majority
of the votes on this side of the river.
This of course could not be ascertained
and m Mr. Green would not withdraw
under any other conditions, I did think
it advisable to allow my name to bo used
as a candidate for said office.;- .
j ; D. P. Wbitvord.
Aug. 7th, 1803. -
The Small Pox Situation.
The peat house where the three small
pox cases are, la an Isolated house three
miles from the city near the old Trent
bridge, there Is no possibility of any
contagion from them. The houses where
the patients lived have been , thoroughly
disinfected and the Inmates treated ac
cording to the law governing such
The fourth patient report la M yet
only a suspect and can only be kept
under quarantine, the disease not haying
developed., kvj - 'rVv,;;;-?
. Saturday night there was report that
a fifth case of small pox had been dis
covered, the f patlont being a white
woman In the north part of the city.
Upon investigation the dlseue wm
found not to be small pox and the case
wm discharged. .
; Thre,la no cause for uneasiness by the
citizens In this matter m every thing hM
been done that can be done and the
health officer assure the Journal thai no
new cases will develop from any known
exposure that hM beea made, . If any
should happen It will be from entirely
new causes. . 1
BRADHAM'S LIVER and STOMACH
PILLS are purely vegetable and can be
given to very old people and children.
Mild In action, their effect Is far-reaching.
No pain or discomfort follows
their use. They hsve been called
Health's Housekeepers," which Is
quite true. Does your liver hurt you f
rv.T try these pills. Price 5o. at
r irnr.rs fhai"acy.
rowerful aad Effective Revival Sermon.
High Price for Terrapins,
Aug. Mr. RobL, Dixon and sisters.
Misses Concha aad Ophelia, of Fowle,
Jones county, were visitors here for s
few daya lut week, MtM Concha la still
with us for a few more days stopping at
Mrs. D. J. Moore's.
Mrs.J. B. Fsrrlor, daughter, Miss
Julia, and son, Muter Jamea, of Wil
mington, are our welcome visitors this
week. They are the guests of Mrs. J. T
Bartley, and will remain several daya..
About a dozen commercial drummers
were in town hut Mondsy, Tuesday and
Wedneaday asking our merchants to
please buy, because there would be plen
ty of money soon m the cotton crops
were am axing, also peas and potatoes,
besides corn and sugcane by the mil
''Mrs. R. L. Williams and children of
Portsmouth, Va , are In our place visit
ing her parents, Mrs. J. A. PIttman and
friends. They will remain foraeveral
The new building for the aaw mill
plant la Bearing completion fast, also
new steam lauch spoken of before.
The schooner Joseph, belonging to
Capt. Ed Foster, Is up on the waya here
now, undergoing repairs, also schooner
rigged sharpie, C. Hay, Is up for repairs
too. The C. Hay belongs to Messrs. J.
A. PIttman & Co.
A $300.00 brick kiln was built and
burned here lately by the Swansboro
Lumber Company, to be used mostly by
the company for their building.
Diamond back terrapins are selling
now for 95c. for 5 Inch and $1.55 each
for 8 inch. The rich people North don't
mind eating bullfrog legs at $3.50 per S
let a lone terrapins st a dollar each.
Rev. J. B. Olive assisted by Rev. John
S. King of Wilmington, Is holding s
protracted meeting at Piney Grove
church near Swansboro this week. Rev
King preached a sermon there yesterday
that wm far ahead of anything in the re
vival line we ever heard, when he closed
and Invited sinners to come to the altar,
there were many, and hardly a dry eye
in the large congregation. The meet
ing will continue all this week.
Next Sunday night, (2nd Sunday) Rev
Becton will preach here at his regular
appointment D. V.
Mr. G W Smith at the Hammock farm
hM 175 acres each In field peaa and corn
besides 35 acres in Cotton and peanuts.
Mr. Smith is a good farmer, his crop is
very fine, and looks as though the corn
would average four barrels to the acre
all through and cotton a 45011) bale to
the acre. He has 150 head of fine cattle
for beef stock, and about , 100 head of
Our primary election pMsed off very
quietly, but some very crooked things
transpired during the day and nights
after, one or two drinking ones got in a
row, among' them, one who had only
lately escaped from the roads by pardon
from the Governor, better look out boys.
Then some of the candidate didn't do
m they wish to be done by, but politics
Is politics you know, all's fair In love
and politics. The Convention at Jack
ion vllle on the 6th Inst., wm very har
monious, more so than expected, all the
officers nominated had a plurality of the
votes' CMt In the primaries, a thing not
done before in our county, and we think
all are Mtlsfled In that line, we hear of
some Independents which is quite natu
ral or all would not be satisfied unless
all were of the same mind and poll
tlcs. Hi ''' ; -
' We have some good old people in our
town, among them are Capt. N S Moore,
83 years, J P Odam 83,. Jm Meadows 81,
T W Meadows says he is 91 but we think
he is mistaken, Mrs Mary Willis 78, Capt
Jim Smith ,73, Curtis Hay 73, W Nuh
Dennis 65, E W Mattocks 89, G W Ward
67, M Russell 65, Bryan Hatsell 60 and
so on. This must be a healthy place.
Lots of our men and boys left today
for Pnnta Gorda, Fla, to engage in the
fish business, among thorn were D G
Ward. Jr.. Capt. Ka and Albert Blood.
good, Messrs Charles Webb, Edgar Mor
ton, Steven Morton Jr. James Meadows,
Dexter Philips, jsarly Weeks, Kack Wil
lis and many others, we scribe wm on
the list but backed out at the last mo
ment," we think we will muster up
enough courage to go when it turns a
little cooler weather.
No marriairea nor deaths lately, sever
al want to be of th former from look
of things and ws hope they will hitch
up and make people quit talking about
them courting for over. U. W.
King Edward Is a master ot all the
Intricate requirements of court etl
quette and Is Very exacting In seeing
that they are fully observed. ' 1
Queen Victoria after her husband's
death Is said to have exclaimed In bit
terness, "There Is now bo one left who
has the right to call me 'Victoria f "
The empress of Japan receives $20,
000 worth of clothes from Paris each
year. She only consents to appear In
public clothed In the garments of her
native country once In twelve months.
The greatest dandy In the world Is
Prince Albert of Thurn, Germany. This
fastidious young man attlrea himself
In & new suit of clothes every day,
Each suit of wearing apparel Is highly
perfumed With attar of rose. He
.wears no fewer than 1,000 neckties a
10 cents per hundred paid for
Virginia Cheroot wrappers, and 25 Cents
per hundred for Bclinapp Tags or My
R. J. neynold'a Tags, Address, J03.
NILC QIT, IIowEorn, N. C, care of Tt
This Tear's Catch,
TiMt IleejclTed. '
Fox River Print and Fancj Elgin Butter only 30c lb.
New Bbl. Fulton Market Corned Beef.
Small Pig Hams and Breakfast Strips, English Cured
Shoulders and California Hams.
Codfish, Irish Potatoes and Onionr, ' . .
Mason's Fruit Jars and Jar Rubbers.
Potted and Canned Meats. . .-i
. Heinz's Pickles. .
- Fancy Fresh Elgin Butter 30c lb. i- j fg;
5 ' -s a
T T IB" T H tfVIIV . WW UWIUMIO Tim
'Phone 01. 71 Broad St ' I g
A few of our
FOB CASH and Only for a Limited
Chipped Beef, Js, at 10 cents per can,
Veal Loaf, at 10 cents per can. v :
Ham Loaf, at lOo per can.
A Good Grated Pineapple, at 14c per can.
California Lemon Cling Peaches, at 18c per can. a'
Fox River Print Butter, at 30c lb.
Splendid Asst. Fancy Cakes, at 15c lb.
A Good .Roasted Coffee at 11c lb, or 5 lbs for 50c. " r
A Good Rio Green Coffee at 9o lb.
J. J. TOLSON, Jr.,
Broad St. Grocer.
and Dls. .
unriy yuur i uuatLU
totbe Planters Warehouse
NEW BEBN, If. C,
which is always the place TO GET THE HOST
MONEY FOR IT.
Best accommodations guaranteed.
E. J. HESTER, Proprietor
to make room
for biir Fall
During the month of. 'August
any goods in out store. Stock comprises :.' .' .... . - .
Men's and Boys Clothing, ; -
lien's and Boys Furnishings,' .
lien's and Boys Hats and Caps,' ;
-,,. t lien's and Boys Dhirts,
In fact everything to be found in Clothing and' Men's and Boys
Furnishings. . ,v- ' "
99 I2iik Street
vVire Screen Door and Window Screens, Lawn Uowers, IceCreaa
Freezers, Ice Shavers, .-: '.'
A full line of Hardware, Paints, Oils, Varnish, JZnarccla 'Ja C
Silver and AUuminum, '
. A new lot Ball Bearing Castors, Improved.
Our goods as represented, JETJCES TIILGVri: .7.
Give us your orders.
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: : Wholesale
many Puzzelers I
we WILL SELL BELOW COST
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