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LOCAL ITEMS.
Mr. O. P. Field, wo loarn lost an
infant child on Sunday morning ln6t.
Died.?Mra. Alcy Baker, a most'
estimable lady, diod, ot pneumonia
at her liomo, thrco miles West of
this placo on tlio evening of tho 17th
inst.
Wo are authorized to stato that
Mr. Samuel O. Robinson, J. \V. S., of
tho Order of Good Templars, of Ationia
da will t?iaif pml/Ana ^?
v-* ? *11 ' ?W?W a. lonvilD rtliu UU
liver a temperance lccture on Saturday,
tho 4th day of December, in tho
Court IIouso, at 2 o,clock, L\ M.
4 i
Wo call attention to tho advertisement
of our young friends, H. A.
Kichey tfc A. J. Wyatt, at E as ley
Station, who, in addition to their
Livery business, have opened a fancv
and heavy Grocery establishment.
Purchasers, call and eeo whether
these gentlemen mean what they say. j
mi i ? * ' '
Aiioy. win ireac you courtoousiy and
sell you goods low down for cash.
Wo call attention to the advertisement
ofS. Bagwell, to bo found in to
days issue. Mr. Baswell, it will bo
seen, is offoring a lino and choice lot
oi Merchandise cheap for cash or bar
tor. Purchasers will, perhaps, ho
greatly benefitted by calling on MrBaawell,
making his acquaintance
and examining his stock before p rchasing
olaowhore. lie, doubtless,
means business.
Chestnuts.?The entire failure of
the chestnut cron aloiif? tho Rlne
Ridgo Mountains, will, doubtless, bo
a great source of melancholy to ninny
nn urchin throughout tho whole State
and also a source ot regret to many
a denizen of those mountains, whoso
annual revenue therefrom is ontiroly
cut off. No "fires iu the mountains"
will ho RP.rm fliia UMiitm* ( ynt..?#%? il.?
quantity which one of our merchants
hold over, and which arc now well
dried, instead-ol buin^ fod to swine,
l>e turned to practical account by
boilin??
Wkatiikk.?The clerk of tho weather,
tor tho past live or six days, is
extremely fickle. Variety is said lobe
the Gpico of 1 ito, but the variety
ijj the weather recently is not at all
"apicyj" on thy o-uitrary, it ib very
di&agreoable, both, to **>:t?? and beast.
One day is cloudy and rainy; the
next, clear ana shoeny. Wo never
have seen a better inno to contract
colds and siekness generally, than the
Sudden and extreme changes of the
past two weeks.
<!>
Desicrted.?Goldsmith's ''Deserted
village" can be, in some degreo, re*
alized hero, since tho cloeo of the
Pickens High School. Tho scatterin*
ot tho students to thoir Beveral homes,
each to roceivo, it may be, the commendations
of his or her own little circle
of friends and acquaintances for
their further progress in knowledge
during tlio Term jiifl closed, has
given to our town such deserted appearance
and, indood, such a want
of accustomed liveliness, that it suggests
to us very lorceably "Sweet
Auburn, lovely village of the plain.'
over whoeo fato Goldsmith poured
out such touching tenderness and
molancholy. It suggests, too, more
tlmn evor before, the great importance,
nay, nccoEsitj of sustaining
our school.
Dr. Tutt'b Extkotokant.?This
unriwnln/l 1 '
...vm pi vi/in iiuuii iiuu uunoiineu
6omo of tho most astonishing cures
that aro recorded in tho annals of history.
Patients suffering lor years
from the various diseases of tho
Lungs, after trying different remedies,
spending thousands of dollars in
traveling and doctoring, havo by tho
nso of a tow bottles ontiroly recovor*
arl l?a* m
vu kUVII llUilllll.
A Bojournor at Aiken, S. 0., writes:
New Yokk, August 30, 1872.
Dk. Tutt:
Dear Sir.?Whon in Aikon last
winter, I usod your Expectorant tor
my cough, and roalized moro benefit
from it than anything I ever took. I
urn bo woll tliat I will not go to Fjor
ida noxt winter as I intended. Send
11.0 ono dozen bottloa by oxprc68 for
BOmn frionfla
ALFHKD C06IIIN0
123 West Thirty first Street.
f
To Druggists, Hardware and General
ur ?.?
ittCiUUttUVB*
I carry in stock from 1,000 to 9,000
boxo.i of window glass, (tho largost
stock in tho South,)ombracing all sizos,
from 4 x 0 to 40 x 60 in singlo or
doublo thick and nolishod nlfito.?
Standard brands of Fronoh and Auios
rican mado. Stamod, Out, Ground,
Enamclod, and Church Glass. Putty
by tho bladdor or ton. Gls&lers'
Points, Knivoe, Diamonds, 8ta.
AKaVA orn 1 ? 11
??.~ ...v. unuvuuu uuwurora vno
factories and I guarantco bottom
prices. Send for latost quotations.
Truly yours,
P. P. ToAr.E, Charloston, S. C.
Why will You Pino Away 1
Without A Pakaiilh?Tho demands for
Dr. J. Hradfields Female Regulator isbojond
precedent in the annals of popular romedios.
Orders como in so thick r.nd fast that tho
Proprietor has, heretofore been unable to fill
them all. Ho is happy eo slate that arrangements
are now complete by which ho is propared
to manufacture Female Regular on a
scalo equal to the emergency, and the public
may feel assured that their wauts may now be
supplied. Physicians of high repute arc using
this great remedy, in daily practice, all over
Georgia, lleroafter no womau need suffer
from suppressed, suspended or irregular menstruation.
This valuable mcdieine is prepared
by L II, Bradfield, Druggist, Atlanta, Ra.,
and sold at $1.50 per bottio by rospcctablo
druggest throughout America.
Hearty, Blooming Widow.
Mahiktta, (la., Maroli 9, 1870.
Meiisra. liradjield tV C*.?Gentlemen:?You
will please ship us another supply of your
invaluable Pkmai.ii Ukouj.ator, and forward
bill by mail. Wo are happy t? state that this
rcmody gives bettor satisfaction than any ar
(icle wo sell. We kavo been selling it since
1868, and witnessed many remarkable cures
by it. Among others, there was a lady friend
of ours who was sallow and sickly until she
vie twenty-six years old, when she was married.
Ilor husband lived two years and died.
She continued in bad health ; in fact, sho has
never been what a woman ought to bo. A
few months after tho death of her husband,
sho saw your advertisement, and oatno to our
store and bought a bottle of your Regulator
from us, and took it according to directions.
?? lino uuicu IIC1 nuuuu unu well, urollglU 1ICI*
rognlav monthly periods on, niul to day she
is a hearty, blooming widow?with tho uso of
but two bottles of your Regulator, costing
her only throe dollars, when she had tried
several physicians and spent a great deal of
money without any benefit. Wishing you
great succcs with your valuable remedies.
We are, respectfully yours, &c.,
W. Hoot & Sons.
Oct 21 8 4
niii.iti:fi''s nalks."
STATE OF SOUTJI CAROLINA.
Pickens County.
IN PROBATE COURT.
liy order of I. If. Philpol, Judge of Probate,
1 will yidl at Pickens Court House, on
otuvxi.t; hi ivv,v>i;uii?i:i iiual'i IIIU IVUJll EjSUUC 01
Teiupcrancc Madden, deceased, to-wit:
Tract Xo. 1,
Adjoining lnnd?i of B. J. Johnston, 13. W. Mcri((
and Tract No. 2, containing Ninety'seven
acren, more or leas.
Trtii't 3?o. 2,
Adjoining innus or is. j. Johnston, K. Owens,
and Tracts No. 1 and 3, containing Niuety
acres, more ur leas. Also, '.he buildings
thereon.
Tract No. 8.
Adjoining lands of It. Owens, Win. Brock and
'I'plinl \rt\ 9. /tAnlntniiin ?!
-.vr, ?, vuMWtmtU^ 1UIIVI/-.-JU UUrUQj
more or leaa.
Tract. Efo. 4,
Adjoining lands of Misa J. Brock, J. B. Clayton
and Tract No. 6, containing 103 acrcs,
nioro or lesa.
Tract No. 5,
Adjoining lands of Samuel l'nrsons, K, W.
Meritl and Tract No. !, 1 and 3, containing
138 acres more or less.
Tract Ko, 4&,
Adjoining lands of J. 15. Clayton, the lands
whereon It. W. Folger now lives ami Tract
No. 6, containing Eighty-eight acrcs, nioro
or less, l'luts of iho above tracts will be exhibited
on <lay of salo.
mo anove IjAiiiis arc solrt for partition.
Terms?On a credit of twelve months, with
interest from date, except, so much as may
l?c necessary to pay costs of these proceedings
Purchaser to give bond and mortgage
of premises to secure purchase monoy. Also,
pay exlia for titles ami mortgage.
J. IULKY FKRUUSON,
Sheriff 1'ickeiiH County.
Sheriff's ofllcc, "?
Pickens Court llouso, Nov. 11, 1875. f 11 It
I"' 11* A L S DTTLKJI KMT,
Application win bo mado to i. if. Phiipot,
Ksq., Judgo of Probate, for Pickona
( 'iiiinl v oil Hnhinlftir #!?** Of?? l? J??- ?
...... ^ , .... wj9 viiv 4iuni hujr ul L/t'CCUlher
next, for leave to make a Final Settlement
of (ho Mutates of Angelina Jenkins and
Rluor Hudson, and to bo disohnrged therefrom
ns (luardian.
A NT HON KY STEWAUT, Guardian.
Nov 26, 1870 13 4
FIBTAIi H i-TTLR M ENT,
I^OTICB is horchy givon, lliat application
i.l hftH r>ccn made to I. II. I'hiljiof, Judge of
Probalo, for leavo to make ft Final Settlement
of tlio Km ale of Calvin O'Doll, dcccftflctl, on
la relay, (lie lltliilay of December, 187f>.
MAIIV A. O'DKT.L,
J. PERKY LOOPEIl,
Admiptrators.
Nov 11. IH7K it *
W. E. HOL00MBE. R. A. CHILD
llolcombc d Oliild,
A TTORNE YS A T LA 71'.
TTTlI.r.l'R APTini." in
" v num., i rijitiiic, nnu
Trail Justice Courts of thin State. All
business entrusted to tlicin willlecoivo prompt
attention.
8oj)t 19 8 ly 1
XTPIir 1 .
li ?* am v mvriBJb;menTS.
Proscriptioa Free
for the speedy ooro of apsoial teoublse oommon
to to tho yonng and middled ag*d. Nervouh,
montal and physical deprMsIon, loss of
memory and energy, pains in th? baok, self
distrust, dinicoM of tight, oonfVision of ld?M, I
and other disorders of tno nervous system
conseauont mi v?rinm KoKWa . 1
4 ? ??u?vQ vu?*v ivwtr iuu
vitality of tho system. Any druggist has the
ingredients. Address Dr. ?. II. HILTOJt,
Ciuoiunati, 0.
1 t) a day at home. Agantii wauled. Ott&*J)JL/g
fitaud ttrtu tr?. Tra* A C?., Jh?>
gusta, Main*.
WANTED
ages in tho world. It contains 16 aheotso'
paper, 16 Bnvolopea, Golden Pen, Pen Hold- |
or, I'enoil, Patent YardMeasnrn. mwl <\ n!nn? i
I of Jewelry. Single package, with elegant
pri?e, pot paid, 25 cents. Circular free.
lllllDti & ('0., 709 llroadwny, New York
I jrtnol'Kll WEKR guaranteed to Agents,
H. I /.Male and Female, in their locality.?
UJ II Terms and OUTFIT FttKE. Address
T1 "p. (). VIUKKKY & CO., Augusta, Me.
YOU CAN MlHi:
In OO days in A 1 Stocks.
1ur o ^ " " ?
iiiy oysiem is safe, Honorable & Simple
Pamphlet Sent Frco to All.
IK. II. WEEKS, Banker, 178 Broadway, New
York. Stocks bought anil sold at the New
York Stock Exohango.
$5 to $20 per day at home. Samples worth
$1 free. Stinson & Co., Portland, Maine.
-? m~rwn ??"
.?i. i\u!iuuig, rsycliomancy, Faacina1VJL
tion, Soul Charming, Mesmerism, and
Marriage Guide, allowing how cithor sex may
fauoinato and gain the love and aft'cotion of
any person (hey choose instantly. 400 pages.
Hy mail 50 cents, limit & Co., 189 8. 7tli St.,
Philadelphia.
Miser's felts,
A Journal of Information for
.Advertisers Edition 9,600
copies. Published weekly.?
Terms, |2 per annum, in advance.
FIVE SPECIMEN COPIES (DIFFERENT
DATERM'O ONTV inmiDoa , ...
j iil'vuuoo r u a jo u is.
OHico No. 41 Parle Liow Now York.
??o. I*. ltOWKLL & Co.,
Editors and I'udi.ishbus.
Nov 4 10 4
187ft.
TALL AND TOES MOM!
YOUIl ATTENTION IS MOST RESPECTfully
culled lo (lie largest and decidedly
the CHEAPEST Stook of Goods that linn
ever boon exhibited in West Greenville ; con
sisung or DRY GOODS, BOOTS, SHOES,
HATS, HARDWARE, CROCKERY,
GROCERIES, etc., oto.
Our priccs arc so low that no houao this
siilo of Now York can umler-sell us.
We sell Goods strictly for CASH, which
enables ns to make tho above declaration.
We keep constantly on hand a largo lot of
DOORS, SASn and BLINDS, at prices that
defy competition.
We also keep on hand a large lot of thoso
celebrated GRANOE PLOW STOCKS, to
which we invito your attention.
We hftvo also connected to our Store, a
a Largo WAGON YARD, with a well of Oood
Water, whioh is Free and Ophw to Au.
^ - ? w aimv M. Itl'iBt,
Orccnvillc S. 0., Ootober 1, 1875. aoGtf
Karlc, Wells ?fc Taylor,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lav.'
Having established an ofiicc at l'iokens C.
ii c n ?
nui uiiditi promptly to nil business
left with (!. W. Taylor wlio mity bo always
found ut llioir oflico at Pickcns U. II., S. C.
One of tho senior partners will always bo
present at the Courts to assist with the business.
W. E. EARLE, \
a. G. WELLS, ( G. W. TAYLOR,
Greenville, S. C. l'ickens, S. C.
P. P. TOALE,
?Manufacturer of?
Doors, SasHEs,
?lyres. r&,??RasB?.
?Donlor in?
BUI LDE US' HARDWARE,
Paints, Oils. &c.
?Sole Agent for?
The National Mixed Paint Co.
The Great American Fihk Extin4jijibiieh
Co.
PAGE MA (MI INK HF.T.TTMra nrt
? vi v>vy.
Send kok Pricks.
OflBco and Warorooms,
Nos. 20 & 22 11ayno and 38 and 35
Pinckney Sts.
~--i ... ? -
riiviurjr hiiu iiirdB, Aeiiioy Kivor,
Weat End Broad Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C. 4-ly
the mm m i columns, from now I
I (o Now Years, i>oal| paid, (30 eta. Atltheaa j
1 "Tho Bun," N. Y.
*VT TH Iff A r\*T var.rnv^-n
XW1V J\lt\ I'i U'I'Ii'S I'i iM I'j !N TtS.
9 Vt VI'
AT
McFALL'S,
WHEN YOU COME TO PICKs
ENS, wlioro yon will find n.
FRESU STOCK of
n n w A A A W ?
u ft i n y y H,
NOTIONS,
BOOL'S, SHOES & II ATS,
Groceries,
Crockery and Tinwaro.
?ALSO?
A LOT OP GOOD
Tobmees and Honrs.
- O ~ Iii
short, ft littlo of overything.
Call in, ftiul if you dont soo what you
want,
Ask For It.
Respectfully,
YV. T. MCFall.
Oct 14, 1875
1
Thomas W. fall,
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
At RUSSKLL'S.
Roariy Mftdo Clothing, ranging
?K t? o i r. :*
AAWiii vcr bU rtU f% BU1Iif
At RUSSELL'S.
I
Good Supply of Yarns, Shirtings,
Full Prints, etc. 81 25 a bunch for
Yarn, and othor things in proportion,
At RUSSELL'S.
Good Lot of Grocorios on Imnd
and to nrrivo. If yon want anything,
or want to soo anything,
Call on RUSSELL.
It you wantEtiwan Dissolvod I?ono
for Whoat,
Call on RUSSELL.
If you want to find polito and gcntlomnnlv
rtlni'lrA null nn Mi* li.nliina/\n
and John,
At RUSSELL'S.
IQanloy Station, S. O., Sopt. 0, 187:").
t\Tr^rir^ r? t
1 \ W 1 1 V_^ l_L/ I
Wc have reoeived oar
Fall and Winter floods?
ami arc prepared to soli goods at low figures.
Wo have on hand two oar load3 of Salt and
two car loads of Bagging and Ties, which
we proposo to Mil at Greenville prices.
Ill.k^i ...V :.1 c? n.ii ?
ui%dh |>i luu j'ftiu lor vy JHOn,
Wrapping Paper nt Wholesale Prioes.
no8tf H. ?. HOLCOMBB A RON.
P?r<W A*ai?ta wanted.
u)/vV/ All claaaea or working peo?
pie, of either aez, young or aid, maka moro
money at work for n? In their apar* mo*
inonls, or all tha time, than at anything alaa*
Particular* frea. Addrcae 0. 8TINS0N 4 CO*
Portland. Maine.
NOTICE TO DEBTORS*
TII08R indebted to tho Rstfttc of OnWin
O'DcU, dcccMod. mu#t come forward ami
Tuiiko settlement, on or hofore tho 1 Uh <ii\y of
December next, or tbolr notes anil accounts I
wm no pinccu in mo nnnas or fin officer for
collection.
MARY A. O'DBLTi,
J. I'ERRY LOOPER,
Administrator?. !
Nov 11, lain 11 \
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
SJUJEftFF'W MILK,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
f MM'* n?
Cousbjr Roose T8. Tbia Ladd.
BY virtu* of tba oxecuMon in Uio above
Btat?d oase, I will soil, beforo the Court
Houm in Piokons County, on thtf FIRST
MONDAY la Dcoemb?r next, the following
property, vise
On# Tnit of fand, titmU la Plokeoa
n *. - - ~
county, WMn?m fW MM MN o* 1?M,
joining lhud* of - Md others; levUd
on m the property of TMa Ladd, at tha ?ult
of Caueby lloeso.
TEHMS CASH?Purohasors to pay extra
for papers.
J. HI LEY FEROU.fON,
Sheriff Pickens County.
Sheriff's office, 1
Pickens Court House, Nov. 11,1875. J 11?3 ]
I Gentlemen's
KMPOItlUM OF FAS1IIOX,
Orecitville, N. (!,
The undersigned beg leave to inform their
friends and the public generally, that they
intern! opening on the 1st of Octobor, 1875,
in one of the new iron front buildings, second
door above the postollioe, one of the largest
and most eomnhitn sinptr ?-?<" hmaiw m ?!? <
(71.()T 111N a and G K NT I, l'.M E N'tt F UllNISll1N0
GOODS over brougnt to this market,
find as wc intend purchasing our entire stock
with tho cash, will bo enabled to offer our
goods at very low prices.
Cull and sco us before purchasing else
where, as it will be a pleasure for us to show
our goods.
MoMAIIAN, MORGAN & DAVIS.
8 lm
NEW GOODS!
I
Ito Hffiffiiffl.
"" S^ "Kf >*?>' ^
OFNTLEffl'S NRMIHG HOODS.
BOOTS, SHOES, AND HATS,
SADDLES, BRIDLES and
II ARNESS,'
GROCERIES.
SUGAR, COFFE, BACON LARD
SYRUP, andFLOUK,
CIGAIIS, TOBACCO, Etc., Etc
At W. A. LESLEY & SON'S.
Wanted!
Everybody who road tbo Sbmtimel
to know that
Hendricks & Williams*
Have, ftnd will keep on hand ftt
EASLEY STATION.
A well selected stock of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, which they will
sell as choap as tho cheapest, consistimr
in nflft of
- '?> r*" w
BACON ani> LAllD,
SUGAR and COFFEE,
FLOUR and MO LASSIE,
LEATHER and SALT,
CHEESE and CRACKERS,
CANDY, FI,SI!, TOBACCO, &t\,
Woolen and Cotton Goods. Latest
Stlylea of Ladies', Men's and Cliil-1
(Iron's Hats, Uoots and Shoos. liest I
Standard Prints at 10c. per yanj
Ready Mado Clothing at ?5.00, and
upwards, per suit.
Thanking their customers for past
patronage, they solicit a continuance
of tho Hiuno, atul cordially invito
ALL who come to Ensloy Station to
givo them a call.
NOTICE.
1 take this method of informing my fricmla
that I will bo found in my office on each
BATTJRDAY, for tho purpose of transacting
any boninos* that comes under my jurisdiction.
As my duties as School Commissioner will
compol mc to ho absent in different purls of
the county, 1 make this special nnnnintmnni
for the benefit of Jill concerned.
R. A. ROW EN,
no25-ly fcool Commissioner
ARSOLUTR DIVORCK8 ORTAINKI)
from Courts of different Stales for <lo.
sertion, &<?. No publicity required. No
charge until divorce granted, Address,
M. IIOU8E, Attorney,
10 Cm ll>! UroftJwuy, N. Y. I
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A Lb 11 & \> II KiHT, Proprietors,
Gugustn, tin.
-v?-- -? i n -?;M lL3iiBK1
METROPOLITAN WORKS,
Canai, St., from Sixth to Skybhtii,
RICHMOND, : s VIRGINIA.
ENGINES.
Portable and Stationary,
Saw Mills, Grint Mills, l?oilcr?, Castings of
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ARCHITECTURALE liiOX WORK,
111 all its brandies, done by experienced hands
1)1 PRO VED PORTAliL ENGINES tor
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\Ulf I' mi UMMn "
ii hi. it. J. jiruiji.ii a.
Oct 14, 7 J ly
MANHOOD:
now lost, now restored /
tj iihl puoiisncu, (i new edition of L)r. Cul?
vkhwei'.i.'h Cklkiiiiatkd Essay ou the radical
euro (without medicine) of Spermatorrhoea or
Seminal Weakness, involuntary Seminal
Losses, Impotcncy, Montal anil Physical Incapacity,
Impecliments to Marriage, &c; also.
Consumption, Epilepsy and Kits, induced by
self indulgence or sexual exlravn<rnnf?n
_ ? . ? o?v'v"
nvsr p ice in a sealed envelope, only six
conts.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
Essay, clearly demons!rales, from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarming
consequence;! of sclf-nbuno may bo radically
cured without the dangerous use of internal
I'.nedicino ov iho application of the knif?:
pointing out a mode of euro at once simple,
nnitnin ?n,l -(^-....-1 l.~ -
...... vn?k.uiiti, i)y means ol \UUCh
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
maybe, may euro himself cheaply, privalelj,
and radically.
This Lectui'o should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
So"' nndor seal. iYi plain envelope, (o any
address, post paid, ou receipt of six eouts or
1 two post stamps.
Address the Publishers,
CI I AS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
127 Bowerv- Vow 'lnU- 1>? Amn
, . J , ~ ny I uowuuilU toco
Oct 14 7 ly
AN OUTFIT FREE.
WU want some ou? in cvory county to
tako orders and deliver goods for tho
old and original G. O. 1). House. Large cash
wages. Splendid chafice in every neighbor*
hood for the right person of either sex, yonnsr
or old. Samples, free and post paid. Senu
for it at once anil make money at your home*.
Ail.lrrwQ 11 T 11-Ht V. /-v ?
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Street, Ualsiniorc, Md
Ocl 21, lH7-> 8 8rn
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Poll TilU
FIB SITISEL.
Butler & McBee,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOR
at law and in equity.
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tub state and of the unites
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