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3EE- XORTHWES0i,IIiHSsPA5'r APRIL 21, -1SS1.
THE AINOS OF YEZO.
Living near by and yet quite distinct from the
Japanese population of Yezo, the most northern
of the four principal islands comprising Japan, is
a singular race of people, called the Ainos. It is
commonly supposed that they were the original
inhabitants of Japan, and that they were con
quered and driven into their present northern
home by tltc race which now peoples the land,
just as the Indians of North America have re
treated into the western wilds before the white
man. Comparatively little has been known of
those Ainos, but Miss Bird, author of "Unbeaten
Tracks in Japan," spent many days among them,
living in the house of a village chief, and talking
with them freely of all their afiiiirs. That sho
could do this, having but a single Japanese at
tendant, and receive nothing but courtesy and
kindness from young and old, shows that they
are not savage in disposition, however rude their
mode of life may be.
A common name given to this people is the
"Hairy Ainos," since the lirst point that strikes a
stranger is the abundance of their llowing locks.
Miss Bird thus describes them: "The men are
about the middle height, broad-chested, broad
shouldered, thick-set, very strongly built, the legs
and arms short, thick and muscular, the feet and
hands large. The bodies, and especially the limbs,
of many are covered with short, bristly hair. I
have seen two boys whose backs are covered with
fur as fine and soft as that of a cat. The heads
and faces are very striking. The foreheads are
very high, broad and prominent. The eyes are
large," tolerably deeply set, and very beautiful, the
color a rich liquid brown, the expression singu
larly soft, and the eye-lashes long, silky and
abundant. The skin has an Italian olive tint.
The teeth are small, regular, and very white."
These, then, are quite magnificent savages, and
when it is added that their voicos are peculiarly
soft and musical, and their smile sweet and gentle
as that of a woman, we wonder how it is possible
for them to be so degraded andjtupid. They know
nothing of their history, their tradition being that
they were descended from a dog. The Japanese
call them dogs. They live by fishing and hunt
ing, and aeem like grown-up children, having
little care about the past or future, and but little
more care for the present than some animals have.
Their language is very simple, but not written
they are clad, but only in skins and garments
mttuc Hum uurK, aim uiey seem to have almost
no ideas about spiritual things. Their idols of
wuiuu mere are several in each house, are very
rude, consisting simply of small sticks of .wood,
the upper ends of which are cut into shavings, so"
that they look not unlike small and eonrse wooden
brooms. Before these gods the people often wave
their hands and pour out otlerings of akc, their
favorite drink, an intoxicating beer; but they
have no temples in which they meet for worship.
Aside from these sticks of whittled wood, the
Ainos pay some sort of homage, wfiich may, per
haps, be called worship, to the sun and moon and
sea, and also to the bear, which abounds in Yozo,
mad which is hunted continually. Each yor a
cub Is captured and fed until Autumn, when a
great religious festival is held, and the bear is let
looae, and after a long fight, in which all the peo
ple engage, Is killed and eaten amid great uproar
. and drunkenness.
Hie people who worship in this rude way we
might be sure would have little thought about
the future. They sown to have some faint notion
that the mu1 paseee into another form after death,
bat they have a great dread of death and of places
at burial. They "il "ot follow their game if It
happens to fctf near a grave. When asked about
their iJcmo of future, one of them mid, "How
Ota w know? 2oone over came back to tell us."
An Ai6o hoiwte has one room, with walls of reed
ad roof of thatch. There Is a alight platform in
one part of the house, covered with a mat, on
which the iMi,ily sleep. Thejrsit on the iloor, the
fine being in a hole at the center, while the smoke
finds it- ay through an opening in the roof.
Their ( l i cooked in the single iron pot in'
WBWii an n ot edible, roots, vegetables, llslf
h, Inci-.iiinu Mugs and seaweed, are stewed t-fl-tli?
a The jm-o le are very polite in their mni
wr aud often p.hitecAch other in a formal out
gm&Jal wiy , toy extending their ban. ad wav
ing them towards, and then stroking their Ugy
War?.-. H i HHid that even little children jut
& - to walk M-ver enter or leave a house without
a r,!,al Pain f ion to every person in it, the
" .... ulout i fxpied. This latter fact shows
suf tifiuly hbu little care Is had for the women.
Thy ork nf the time and attend to all the
(If iftVi"V. rtllleklv ivnnlrl rriMHsH ltf
'I t "r W' ti out of the diHrradntinn in urMd,
y li !
A ttn ail i.mr politeness and hospitality, those
pie are VTiibiy addicted to stronir drink.
f eo'UM-fie immense quantities of mkr. of
lich 'lie-: -trink all they can get. The habit of
7, ihvHfld' ilulllN'Pfl in. iu nnlinni'lW.
" 'O ' T llllHIIJ Uli-
f-V Hy ' hoSO who itllllll.ro U 1i lm on.
w .--.-...p, . -J fcv. "
'p. i' iu. ,un, nit amonn the Ainos it in nart
''igi-m. They have no idea that thev could
ar.v worship without first "drinking to
" r. thir highest "notion of hapjanoss
' "i-h mhc to make them all drunk.
J1v7"i,i' . " :' millionaire: A few days sin
the mof rV ti T" to, look ngandcarnostlv at
Uie DlOtl tlirriUl 1 t ncmn,. .....I il i
with !,.,, L "-,-";vulll-i,im lumi mni a'ij
lot i-( ,a. ( i.Quhtcu Aryo.
AFTEU TH?: WEDDING.
Yes, nil nlonc in our home nt Inst,
3ly vcili!ol Iovo and I ;
I vomlor If life ahvnys looks so fair
Ere brltlal roses die?
Ah, me ! I womlor, when years have fled,
Shall wo love each otlior tiien ?
"Will ho always ho true my chosen one,
My noblest man of men?
Or will he prove llckle, weak himI false,
As years pass swiftly by ?
Will he turn aside for a brighter face,
A fairer makl thnn I?
And who will speak the first Iwrsh word
Will It be he or I?
Will our hearts grow coUl and careless thou
Till love, sweet love, shall die?
Will I always meat aim with cheery smiles,
Never be cold or crow 7
Or shall we wander through life and know
Love only by Ua lew?
As the ring grows dim and axe creeps on,
The name become Ie nt range;
Will the Meal fade, each unto each.
Or Is It wu who chance ?
Ah, well ! we still irlth hopeful hearts
Enter the untried way ;
Sure He who knowsth the human strength
Itenews it day by day.
The life below and the life above
Kach fitting unto eueh ;
The hhlden springe of every III
Tte only love can reach !
So, dear, whatever the future brings,
We'll do the bet we may ;
In clouds or storms each year we'll keep
Our peaceful wld!ng day.
And should the shadows wrap us round,
And time faring only 111,
We'll keep our faith, each unto each,
UememberitiK, love, behind the clouds
The mir i shining still I
TOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PEItSON'S THAT,
1 by virtue of a decree ami order of sale ?:l ve n and made
by the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon for MuItnom:th
County, on the 12th day of March, 1831, in a certain suit
wherein William Grav was Plalntifl" and Patrick Holland
and Manjaret Holland were Defendants, whereby the said
Defendant, Patrick Holland, was decreed to pay unto said
William Grav the sum of Nineteen Hundred Dollars tSlOOO)
Gold Coin, and Interest thereon at one per cent a mouth
after said date, and Thirty-Six and W-lOO Dollars (SS&flO)
costs and disbursements, and that the parcels of land here
inafter deserilied lie snlil to nnv said debt and costs, as bv
Psald decree mav more fully appear, which decree wis duly
enrolled ami tiocKeieu in sulci county on sum 12111 iay 01
March, ISsl, and ordr of sale and execution thereon was
duly Issued to me attested bv the Clerk, and under the seal
of said Circuit Court, dated the lSlh day of March, 1SSI.
N'ow, by virtue of said decre-, order of sale and execution,!
will sell at public auetiou at the Court House door In the
City of Portland in said County, on thelSHh day of April.
18.M, at 10 o'clock a. v., the real proierty In said decree and
order of sale de'rilH-d, being lxu numJered Five (5), Six
(fl), Seven (7) ami Elcht iS In Block numttered Eighteen (18)
In the City of East Portland, County of Multnomah, Stale
of Oregon, together with ail the estate, right, title and In
terest which said Patrick Holland and Margaret Holland
had In or to said real property on the IOth day of Septem
ber, 1S?J, or have slnee acquired therein, to pay said debt,
costs, disbursements and accruing cwts, vaid projwrty hav
ing been by me levied on by virtue of saiu order of sale ami
execution on the Sd day of March, 1SSI.
JUSKl'll ISL Uli l lil
AND I NOT KNOW.
It saddens me sometimes to think
The time will come when flowers will grow
1 itn 1 . . 1 in. . .
jinu nil uie mr wiiii K-ct ernillie,
And I not know.
That sometimes In the Winter night
Thick o'er their head will fall the snow.
And on the trues farm crystals bright,
And I not know.
That grass shall spring above jy head,
Ami sweet June nss blow,
And bright birds sine In e0 tree,
aim! J 'MR know.
That loving hearts will thrill with pain.
That o'er ip my tears will flow,
ChIIIhk w1tA bitter grief my name,
And I iHtt know.
That I loved most of all
come with fooMepx sad and slow,
yile heart-wrung tears shall slowly fall.
Ami I lint kitnu'
Ihit sometimes, as I sit aloner
A sweet olee speaks In accents low-
Aim softly whispers to my heart
That I shall know.
That not from all this fair, bright worttl
A weary distance shall I go; '
That I may still be near my loved.
As I aliatl know.
That tie which seem aeandered here
Shall bod ami bloom again ami glow,
And In that happy Summer land
We all shall know.
PEOI'LE WITHOUT CHXIiDRICXV'
Could heart leasnens much further (a.
Or meanness well be meaiier?
Read the advertisement below,
From Monday morning ftttmert
A stately residence to let.
With all conveniences replete,
For people without children.
Who e'er the eruel sentence wrote
Has outraged Clii-tat injuitrtloM,
(Sailer them and forbid them not),
Doubtless with small compunction.
Oo, tell the wicked man, in sooth, ,
How cold his words nay, how uncwth
"For people without children." f
He pate his dog and peta his cat
Wh- tliem he has earesses ;
Itut children must not cross his matt
The lieat ot itets he hiIwm,.
How blithe Is life ore youth is gone.
And yet how desolate, how lone,
"Kor jieople without children.''
Half-wasted went the many Joys
Which HeaVn moii us showers.
If 't were not for our girls and iniys,
Our sprigs, and buds and flowers !
Such thought, I ween, may not come nigh
To those who have a single eye
"Var people without children."
Your next advertioement may date
From more contracted niartcrs
Four low, dank walls, with narrow gate,
Which 0es on lathe's waters.
Kre then, Improve the time In store;
Itelent and ojien wide your door
To people who have children.
The tiriyfdlns up the ullv-r iand,
Dark night nmi rosy day ;
It" brings sen treasures to the laud.
Then bears them all away;
On mighty shores, from east lo west.
It walls and gropos and cannot rest.
O tide! that still doth ebb and flow
Through night t goIi!-u r
Wit, learning, beauty, come and go
Thou (y'KU thou tsk'st uwny.
But soTiirtime, on some gntclmis shore,
1h 11 'li.tlt ;! -till and ,-M no More.
SherlfTof Multuoniah County, Oregon.
1 21, lssi. mail t
IN THE CIItCI'IT f'Ol'HT OF Til TATK OF OBEOON
for the t'ooiitv of Multn"ih. In entilty. Moses C.
Hleks, Plaintiir, vs. KiaJ Hicks and Jlarv Hicks this wife.
Sydunlt HoIgseii fnomas HMlgsen (her husluind), and
lJllsrortli UlcRs, Defendants. Suit for iartition of land
nmi. account. -To the alwive-numeil Elali Hicks, Mary
Hleks, Sydnah Hodgscii mid Thomas HMlgs'U and Ells
worth Hicks, Defendants: In the name of the State of
Oregon, you and each of you are hereby not Hied that the
above-named Plaintiff has tiled his complaint against you
In tho above-entitled Circuit Court, and as relief prays an
account for taxes paid and exenses incurred by Plaintiff
for the benefit of the Defendants concerning the land de
scribed In the complaint, and contribution and reimburse
ment from the la-fcndaiits amounting to $lt. and for a
iwrtltlou of the land mentioned, which Is situate in Mult
nomah County, Oregon, known as the north half of the
Luban Hicks Donation I-and Claim, and also as the north
half of the northeast one-fourth of Sec IT, T. 1 N, B, 8 E.,
and fur a sale thereof if partition by metes and bounds be
impracticable, and for costs as muy appear by said com
plaint, and that the above-named Court on the 11th dav of
March. 1SS1, made an order dlrectlhg publication of sum
mons in this cause. You and each of you are therefore
summoned and rcnutred to be and appear In the alove
entltlcd Court on the first day of the next term thereof,
which will liegln on the tlrst Monday of Mav, 1SSI, and an
swer the above-decrited complaint In this suit; or If you
fall to appear and answer, the Plaintiir wPI take a decree
for tho relief prayed for. SHATTL'CK fc Kl I.LIN,
Attorneys for PlalntifT.
Portland, March 12, 1.S1. maI7 fit
IN THE COUNTY C( UBT OF THE STATE OF OBEGON
for Multnomah County. In the matter of the Estate of
Charles E. Calef, deceased. To Allen Calef. Alrnlrn Calef,
and Harriet A. Towler: In the nume of the State of
Oregon, by order of the above-entitled Court, made
this 17th day of March, 1SSI, you and each of you are
hereby cited to be and appear before said Court In
the Court-room thereof in said County on Mondav, the 2d
day of May, A. D. IsSt, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. of that
day, then ami tiiere to show cause, if any there be, why
the petition of Harriet A. Towler, filed in said Court on said
17th day of March, Ksl, praying for an order of said Court
directing the executors of the last will and testament of
said Charles E. Calef, deceased, to pav an allowance out of
the Income of the estate of said Allen Calef and Almlra
Calef, minor, fur their support and education, of the sums
of seventy-five dollar (7..K) per month fi.r wild Allen
Calef ami sixty-five dollars (Sffi.00) ier month for said Al
mlra Calef, said monthly allowance to date from the 1st
day of July. 1S7U, should not le grantiil as praved for.
Witness the Hon. S. W. Bin:, Judge of said
Iskai-1 Court, the 17th day of March, lsJ.
Attest: A. E. BoHTHWICK, Clerk.
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. lllgton, D. C. proprietors of the "SCIENTIFIC It EC
OKI)." Twelve years exiH-rlence as Solicitors of Patents.
v e procure Patents on Inventions, etc., and practice Patent
Law In all Its hnux-l.. s in the Patent 1 WHee and the U. S.
Court. Our Handlook on Patents, with full directions
and ndvtce.aeiit Free. AKo.siiiuplfcopiesof tbe"Sclentlllc
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PEN SJO N S .
U.SOLDIEKS DISAIILK1. HY SICKNESS OB INMU
IX. rles while in the Army are entitled to Pcnions; also,
the heirs of those sol.liers wliotiletl from conseipienee of
."v.". r"" "i ior run iiisiniciions in l'ensions
ami an Kinus 01 xniiters- claims.
C. 31. SITUS A- C)..
I'eiislon and Itounty Attorneys,
de-M p. 1 1. Ihix 21. WAsHINttTi N, D. D.
THE PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
Rooms Corner of First and Stark Streets
(Over IjMld A-Tllton's Bank.)
Coiitniiis Over UlUt Tlioiisniul Choice IlooKs
OVEIt ONE HUNDRED PAPEBjS AND MAGAZINES.
Wl EW1BERSH IP FREE TO ALL.
MONTHLY DUES, Sl.W PAYABLE QAItTEBLY.
DlNHTTOKaW. S. Ijidd, P. C. Schuyler, Jr., M. P. Deadv,
H. W. Corbett, W. H. Bracken, A. C. Glbbs, C. H. I-ewls, M.
W. Feehheimcr, It. Falling. U Blum.
Ohhickkh Matthew P. Oeatly, President; H. Failing,
Vtee-Preildeiit : P. c. Schuyler, Jr.; Tretwurer; M. W. Fech
helmer,Corresiomiing vretar"; Henry A. Oxer, Ubrarian
ami Beconling Secn-tarv.
TTT?T P YOURSELF BY MAKING MONEY WHEN A
JL1 JLjJUi- golden chance Is oncrcd.therchv always keep
ing Hverty from vour doir. Those who always take advan
tage of the good chance for making money that are ollereU
generally lieeoine wealthy, while lhoe who do not Improve
such uhane-s remain in poverty. We want many men,
women, boys and girls lo work for us right In their own lo
calities. The business will pay more than ten times ordi
nary wages. We furn Mi an exjicnslve outfit and all that
you need, free. No one who engages fails to make money
very rapidly. Yon can devote youru hole time lo thework,
or -only your spare moments. Full information ami alt
Hint Is needed sent free. Address Stixson A Co., Portland,
On Esmond Dock, at foot of MOrrlbon street.
AM. Iil.VDS or WOOD,
Sawed and unsawed. eonstn,iy oll hand, and delivered to
all parts of tlie city.
nl' f JULIUS SOBENSEN, Proprietor.
f) ?,UTPIT S!-:s"r VllKK TO THOSE WHO WISH TO
J All tru ft In flio niiu.1 til.u, . i .
iV. .. .. ' :r, " .-puni noi reipnreu. we will
furnish you everything. $lo ' ,lHy and upwards Is oasllv
made without staying away from home over night. No
rll kJ.vJln.,evSn MHn"nevr workers wanted at one-. Many
irU?!?. kinrtnnes at the- buslne. Ijtdte. uiuk-as much
-Kmf. i,mVy".unK ,MwV." d mke trrent pi,,. No one
' ' - " ", oruinarr emptovment.
Those wIk. engage at o . win flnj Lhort r,i,i to fortune
AUU'""n- 11 am ftt A . .... Portland, Maine. noi-SO
OREGON AND CALIFOENIA RAILROAD CO.
On and after October 11th, ISSO, trains will run as folloisc
(DAILY, EXCEIT SUNDAYS):
rit)31 lOItTI.AXI T ItOSEItUItG.
t, fKAVKS AKKIVKB
Portland 7:3n a. jr. I Boseburg 7:fir.-u.
Boseburg... ....5: a. m. Portland 1:38 k. U.
Albany Uxpress "i'raln
Portland p. i. I Lebsoiou. fc2i.-U.
Lebanon 1:15 a. m. Portland Vte&A.ai.
T, i-EAVKS Aaaiv
Portland 6:15 a x. I .InncUon. Mftittm
Junction ,5:15 a x. Portland ZZjS&KSL
The Oregon and California Itailroad Ferry makes tonBar
tion with all Begnlar Trains on I-utside Division.
I'ltOM 1'OKTI.AXI TO COKVAXTJ.
. -EAE ARKIVH
Portlnnd KM a. m. I Corvallls 3.
Corvallis. 8:30 a. m. Portland i:S)r. m.
Close connections are maile at RosetHirg-wiOi the Stages
of the California and Oregon Stage Company.
Tickets for sale to all the principal points m Clif.imi
ami th East, at the Company's olttce,
Comer F and Front Slwcls, at 1'crry Landing, rer-thus.
Storage will be charged on Freight remaining in oro
imny's Warehouses over twenty-four hcairs.
Freight will not be receive; or shipment after o" 1 -.-Jl
p. M. on Eastslde Division, and 6 o'clock r. x.on Vk, le
Division. J. BRANDT,
E. P. ROGERS, General Soperrnter.den'.
Gen. F reight and Passenger Agent. it
OREGON RAILWAY AND NAYIGATIOW
For San Francisco.
QTEAMER LEAVES EVERY FIVE DAYS AT A.
O as follows :
(p. a 1a.m.)
Right is reserved to change steamers or sailing dnys.
TiiHOumt Tickets sold to all the principal Cities la flss
Unltel States and Canada.
GENERAL OFFICES-Corner Front and D streets, Rut
J. McCRAKEN & CO.,
Agts. P. C. S. S. Co.
Gen. Fret, and Pass. Ast.
A. L. MAXVEaJb,
TIeket Ast. O. K 4 S. O.
T. F. OAKEM, j, i
Vicc-Pres. and Manacaa,
DR. PAUL Wl. BRENAN,
The Most Successful Physician on the Pacific Coul
IN THE TREATMENT OF ALL
CHRONIC AND DIFFICULT CASES.
"FT AS RETURNED AFTER AN EXTENSIVE TuL ROT
jljl toe r.sern i;ii.n ior tue jwsi lour moiirii. i ne ixjc .
tor visited all the principal medical in-titntion- in i ;i. iargn
cities of the United States, and comes haek 1 11 li the
modern methods, instruments and appliaiK Ut
the most scientific men In the profession. Ti.c 1 tn.-ior has
also brought charts and manikins to illustrate hi- Inures.
DR. PAUL M. BRENAN has lieen lecturirg f r 15 vkjw
on the Ijtws of Life and Health. In his private ani public
lectures lie lias taught men and women the true sv-:etn of
life, how to lie healthy and happy, if theywi.ulu ul; ha
f :uided by his wise counsel. Ihit all canno' 'ieur !.; -ti
Ightful and instructive lectures, nor can he t M ev-rv:iung
necesMtry for sutrering humanity to know from the pull,c
rostrum liefore a ppmls-uous audience. There ivmaias
much to le leanietl from him, a his experience -atei'iis
over broal fields of active professional lie. Tlux 1'nowl
eilge so necessary to the welfare of sufferers can i',y be
gleaiieil by private Professiona IConsnltation at h;s Ace.
His exiK-rienee in the various parts of Europe tin I America
gives him such opportunities of learning the tlelle;.. e dis
eases which the human family are prone to, the,.- u.udeoT
treatment and permanent cure, as no other j.in -n-tanoB
the Pacific Coast can claim. He has no! onlv !rei';t-d Unme
diseases most successfully, but has made them a i 1-studs.,
as a few moments' consultation will prove.
He has become an e.Hrt in the tr'-atmerit .,' lilstasK
weakness and derangement of the re-prodii i organs &
both male and female, including diseases cauf ! by tae
FOLLIES OF YOUTH,
Snch as Sprkm atorrikka, or Skmin l Wk kxess. i.rlssm
or Pekfkct V ita i.ity. Nearly two-thirds of all th. ( hronle
Diseases spring, either directly or Indirect I v, from .'ome de
rangement of tlie .sexual system, ami vet this subject le
neglected by the majority of the medical profeson.
IT IS TRUE
That jiersons who are unfortunate enough -to be aftiieted
by any form of sexual disease have a delicacv in callln
upon the pmiier physician in tiine, from a sense of mod
esty, and sometimes from ignorance, and permit those dis
eases to exist until their constitutions become corrupted.
tlieir organisation broken down, and the hoiie of futnra
happiness blighted, until death becomes a welcome mes
senger to carry them out of their miserable existence.
Those who call in time upon Dr. PAUT. M. BRENAN'
need have no fear 'tot wltat he will restore them to pereet
health and vigor, make their bodies pure and their minds
content, If they will only follow his advice and treatment.
Catarrh. IlronchltK Throat Diseases, Skin Diseases
Rheumatism, Kidney Complaint, and all Diseases of the
Eye and Ear, Stomach and Bladder, he can cure without
fall. No Quack Nostrums used; no slop treatment; n
false promises. Everything strictly confidential under ait
CONSULTATION FREE, and a list of printed questfcms
sent to those living at a distance who cannot consult him
All Surgical Operations performed.
ifkh e-N. $ First street, between Oak and Pine. O&ktc
Honrs From 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to ." and 7 to S p. m.
All letters for professional taisiness must Ik- addressed
Dr. INiul M. ltrenan A Co.. ftt First tre. t. Portland, Or. 1-7
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irTAINED FOR INVENTORS IN THE TJKTTKD
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site the t7nltwl K tw luo.ii iim.... ... .7 .,.. ..i.JTW
all Pnlent llusiuess with greater promptness and dispatch
llllll I Llll ftlllll .11..' ..ti... .......... . . . . . 1 ' -
...... . v.. . ....... ...... ,,-, niiornev-K, wuo areaia.
distance from AVashington. and who have, thereare, lo
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