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iiilletiit '-'- -:
cs, Wooden ware, VegeufcUey
Fruits, &o., etc,
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Central Hop Yeast
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Attain Thla Summer.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
MT. 0ARBON(Blg Muddy)
ton. or in
mora u all
are are re
;o supply r
uiUf or m, rates.
oaiso cmr.co&i compart.
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HARPER'S WEEKLY, v
NOTICK8 OF TIIR PHCSS.
The Weekly ia the ablest and mist pow-
irlul llluitratcd perlodicul publUhoil in
iiut convlaclni;. and carry much wchrht.
ltd Illustrations of current event are lull
ilKueri. SYJth a circulation, o 100,000, the.
Weekly U rcad'at'lenst by half a million
plnlon U simply ircmonoeM. to weett
v mulntalni a noslllve'WWHIoe; Md
irilMIIB II rl I II I II I 111 II C 1J II IIUllllVlHI UI1K w.
:lal problentH. Louuviuo uouner-journai.
IU articloit are modoU of hlnh-tonud dli
.umlon, and its -pictorial illustration! are
jften corrolioratlve argument of no mall
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1U nanerit imm nMiUatMiaatlasaaau 1U
nlmltablo cartooor help to mduli,the ien-
inniiiiR in liiii riiimirv iiifiuiiiini a
obmib" uto w uuBcnunrs in the Unlteu
Haroer'B Wiokly. one voar' . su net
Four dollars includes propaymeBt of Vi
4 itrt.fnirA liv thA lillhllthAi-..
Subscrlntinns to J HamerHf
Weekly, and Bazar, to one nddreaa
roar, vw uijuri mu u; nunri,CHltfl',
l(t lJI . u . ... V -i I . m .
:aiB, 10 ono auurcus.ipr
An extra cony
rofilio MagRZlne, Weekly,
suimPcd it rat l for every
ir Uazar will bo supplied KratU for every
:lub or 11 vo subscribers at 94 00 each, in
me remittance; or, tlx. eopiaafur .9 00,
without exira copy; poaiate-fretif ff
jiaua uuuiuci can no nuiiuniiu ai any nuie.
mi., nial imlifi.i OammJ. JHIhIiI..
n neat cloth bludln
ent by ex
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tent on reci
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rertlsemt nt without
copy wis au-
Harper A Brotben.
RO JHMUOKlfVtTOr.l ;
& .VI. JVHi ulfki Rlai
m are hoi to
SRYTH & CO.,
l 1 "V
OF ALT. KIND,
tW' t "
- No. corbie Levee.
Me.SSRr..MTTII A CO.,hae constantly
' large (lock of the but gnods In the mar
Let, and Hcflcil attention to the whuWale
run eli of the business.
Wholesale , Grocers
AOF.HM, AXBEIOAX POWDEK, CO.
57 Ohio Leveo.
O. p WILLIAMSON,
Ho. 70 OHIO I.XVEE.
SPKf'IAl. attention (rlvrn to consignments od
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Fapor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, tic.
Alvsys en hand, the erMratr.! lllnrnlntlnl
Oonior Elevnth Street and WaahioR
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. o. izuoih,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Bulldlnjr. Co. Twelfth 8tnt
and WaahiBirtoB ATenue,
CfoBnty and Railroad Worka Sifclally.
SIXTH 8TBEST, Dotweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
manufactures his own Horaa Shoes and
can Assure Oood Work.
1 PAXROITAOE , SOUCXTED.
Mrs. M. SWANDER
Is" now 'rrct lrlnc n larse
r- Stock Of'
FALL AND WINTER
At her stand on
To which she Invites the attention of thelsdlvs
of Cairo and vicinity. In this stuck will bo
found nil thelutest stvlc nf llntn, llonuets, Uilf
boos, k'towers and all Mlllliifry tiooils, nil of
fcml nt 'the lowest living prices, Indies in
search of Imrcutns are earnestly icquesto! to
Klve Mrs. Swander u will UTore purchasing
lions U complete, and she U determlnrtl not to
1 1 i.l 1... u I.aIu 111 IliaaltW .
.wins' iiniM.flii li
iu niiiirui. v, hi. .iwii vuib. kiii ill le.lra wrtDnrr an
lpt oriunp. AIM ini.ll MedlerJ TmU. iutU
sku..dit(M.i.SB..i.i()sis. makm, ,!? ;
, TE WBIBAXA BjGOiaISITim'A
MIL LIFER 7.
!A! okv,fbr the People.
1 1 a lor w tH lr u auisbl. eolum a pier, t nd '. tl n
PT aiiU rnars luii.. uu U.e ualursl,
'. 'it MarrUiisJlMluilciii4diiu(lulr.
rmi Duaii. Kir ail .hnM ji....
Tilt: i.Tri:R day.
rfltorms hvp pasted nvrr us t the earth Is changed ;
rale leaves now iiuuer in me ninny frrvii:
In iiplamls whereof old tho wIM Ikc rnnel
A grtut wind slgbs, ".Vo more shall theielic
'TMtrclbre to hollows of Ihe field I go,
Tfclowly places where the tun Hen warm,
twaaro lean hear the voice Iroli) thelarin,
The noonday rrlct.i t chirp, the cuttle low
I am content to let the seasons isss,
'or still I fir I tlmre is some sheltered nook,
Home comer, that th fiiii mult ever bins,
TkrttRh lilh-sdic iiion ihedylnKffrosi,
(Hi, iieftrli this ji-.irnliiitiorili forsook,
Morteteml lore bereft or hlesjednesi!
fA. y , In Harper's aUgaitne forDccerir
A (Ntitenulal AUilrlle MeatlataT
ITrom the .New York Herald.
SU'pt fihould,lx! taken at onus to hold at
I'lilkuldnlihi iMXttlnlyaHktliletlu inuot-
lnir ' worthy, of the tiino and tho nation.
"Alrcaily u isctIcs of vntur conloats, cover
nj; mi entire week', lmvfc lech'arntnucd,
but these test the physical power lit only
line way, ami arc but a tirnneh of what
mlL'lit and ouifht to bo furnished in com
paring- the power and aUty of men. J.ct
there be a meeting nt which the Scotch
man may ton lit? caber, the German
turner, with Ills btipcrh ability, may compete-
with the lithe Frenchman in feaU
iryinuaotlc, and the sturdy Englishman,
the tireless Co8.icl, the hardy Canadian,
Uiobold trapper or the lleet Indian, may
walk or run its down It' he can. Nothing In
all the Exhibition will more Interest our
youth or leave n deeper lmpresloti on
tllelr iniiuli thutt thU tnatcliiii,' ot the
beat men of all nations. Omit entirely
the coarser manly sport', let absolute
falruets be guaranteed, hold out fen
"erous rewards. I-t Hie lltl;nl committee
the country cm atl'ord be promptly or
irauUed, ret in communication with the
llrst athletes of the world, stuurt: their
passage? Iieru at low rate1, and their
coiuloM whllu here hi a way which will
make the trip within their xrasp and in
viting, prepare the ground most care
fully, and be sure to comfortably accom
modate the enormous throng who
will gladly vary their day
of plaurt' fcccklujr with a
look at these htirlless and manly p
tlines. Can the EulUh o.itrow, out
shoot, outwalk, outrun or outjump it;,
heat us at liae hall, cricket or football, or
swim a iatcr mile on the Hehuylkill?
Captain Webb ha, and tnot deservedly,
a world-wide teputatlo'i, hut he little
knows the hearty reception which nwalu
lilni If he will give us a look at him on
tliix Ide of the water. Take a INt of all
the hot performance lit walking or run
niue; content? In modern, Indeed In any
days, and the great majority of the win
ner arc En"lMimcu. Scattered over
our laud there are more good
runner.', both profe;ional and ama
teur, than most men arc aware
of, while the interest In fast walking
over both short and long distances has
been of late years decidedly on the In
crease. The large and very successful
athletic ineetintrof thestudents t!l cum
mer at Saratoga when the racing occu
pied a whole day. and this the third year
only since thk.'ecoutets wcro inaugura
ted, and the doings ot the New York ath
letic nnd Scottish clubs alone show how
popular these patime have already be
come, and it would Ih; unfortunate to
lose to rare au opportunity to give to
them au Impetus which can scarcely now'
be estimated, especially when the cost of
such a step will be comparatively tri
fling. Vice Irt'ldFiit.
Tho recent illness of Vice-President
Wilton ftirulihc) occasion lor recalling
the facts that eighteen persons have held
the olliee of Vke-l'resldent of Ihe United
States. Of t huso, three John Adams,
Thomas dellcrsou, and Martin Van Hu
ronwere subsequently elected to the
Presidency. One John C. Calhoun
resigned before completing his term.
Th tee John Tyler, Alillard Fillmore,
and Andrew Johnson succeeded to the
Presidency In coii'enuoneu of the death
of the President. Three George Clin
ton, ofNew York; Klbridgc Ucrry, of
Massachusetts; anil William It. King,
of Alabama died hi olliee.
George Clinton was electetl
Vice-President at the second election ot
Jellcrson. and was re-elected in 1S0S,
with Madison. He died at Washington
during the session of Congress in April,
1812. Elbndgo Gerry was elected Vice.
President at the second election of Madi
son, and died suddenly at Washington
during the es.ion of Congress, Nov. 23,
181 1. William It. King waselected Vice
President on the ticket with President
Pierce, in lSo-2. Iteloro the time for tak
ing the oath of olliee, his failing health
compelled him to go to Cuba, and Con
gress by law authorized him to take the
oatli there, and it was administered to
lilni by the American Consul, lie returned
to ills home at Catawba, Ala., and died
April 17. 18D:i, the day alter his return.
Ot those who have held the olliee. Hanni
bal Hamlin, Schuyler Colfax, and Henry
Wilson alone survive. Of those who
have held ofllco as Vice-President, Messrs.
lliirr, Calhoun, an lluren, It. M. Joint'
son, Tyler. Dallas, Kin
drew Johnson, and
served previously In
the Senate :
in the House ; and
Collax, ,had served
Calhoun, Jtichard M. Johnson. Kin
Hamlin, and Andrew Johnson had served
III both Hou-es. John Adams, Jellerson,
and Gerry were signers of the Declara
tion of Independence,
From the Denver News.
Last August a smooth-tongued, Hue
halted man of the, uamo of Johnson J,
U. came to Golden In search of employ.
Incut. There was n vacancy In thu rail
road nud express olllcc, and Mr, Johnson
talked himself Into the place, being pre
term! before applicants whoso Jauksou
iau qualifications wcro undisputed. Ev
erything went ou smoottily however, un
til last Saturday, when Mr. Johnson went
oil' smoothly with a $3,000 package, nnd
some loose change belonging to Patrick,
thu station agent nt Golden. It seems
that Johnson receipted for the $3,000
package from Air. V, K. Eve
rett, tlio hanker, but Instead of entering
it on thu books for transmission to this
city, he got a temporary leave of absence
front Mr. Patrick, came down to Denver,
stopped all night at thu Inter-Ocean, and
departed "far countries for to see" early
Sunday morning. He was In such haste
td get n way that he didn't wait for break
fast. Monday revealed the fact of his
having receipted lor tho money and
.opened-, the even of his employer, who
(bewail to Investigate mutters, and found
liuu.jonuson unci sKippcn, carrying on
the keys of the safe. The latter was
blown open, and only forty dollars found
Inside. It Is not known how much John
son captured, but it Is considerably over
IS3.000. all of which loss falls on tho rail-
I j road and express companies.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1875.
The Mast Brmarkisble Krmeiljr ever
lilarovrresl Hetiaon'a 1'nprlue ao
At no time la the history of truo medi
cine lias au article appeared which has
met with greater approval and success
than llenson's Cape I no Plaster. Why
they are preferred to all other porous
plasters, is owing to their improved com
position: they act instantaneously, cure
speedily and effectually.
Physicians and the general public who
acknowledge the great benefits derived
from the uso of the ordinary porous plas
ter, however, maintain that their action
is not lulllclently prompt, requiring lime,
patience and continuous wear to effect a
cure. Itcnson'a Cupcluo Plaster over
comes tljU dlfllculty by occouiplUhlng In
a few hours, that which It takes any
other Plaster as many days.
Although recent discovery Cncinu
has been thoroughly tested by physician,
and In each instance has been pronounced
tho most remarkable, sale, certain and
thoroughly eHtaaclotts remedy ever dis
covered. Incorporating Capctue in an Improved
Porous Plaster ha been accomplished
after repeated solicitations from the med
ical fraternity and Is now prescribed hy
m'iii wiin unprecedented success; es
pecially In Ithetimatlsm, PleurNy, stub
born Cold, Kidney Complaints, and all
diseases for which a Porous Plaster has
Its marvelous Influence over the circu
lation, and general effect on the O'Mcm
Is almost Incredible ; from the moment
of Its application to the affected part, It
ojicrates with astonishing vigor brings
reliefand cures more effectually than any
known Plaster, Liniment or Compound.
It Is a genuine pharmaceutical prepara
tion of the highest order of merit ; Its In
gredients an; entirely vegetable and free
troin .Mineral or Metal Poisons. One
trijl will convince tli most skeptical of
Its superiority over thu ordinary Porous
Plasters. When you desire prompt and
Immediate relief, ak your druggist for
Hcip-on's Cnpeino Piaster. Price, 25
cents. Skiiiuiiv & Joh.no.v,
Wholesale Agents, N. Y.
JCSr-BAttcLAV linos., Agents, Cairo.
A KosoColorrrl IMelurc.
The notion that only Invalids should go
to Florida Is a mistaken one. There is a
fine chance there for young men to make
their way in tho world. A correspondent
writing from the tlowcry peninsula says
a spirited young fellow ot eighteen can
get work the day he sets foot In Orange
county. If he will get sonic steady place,
with good wages, promptly paid, and
there Is such Jealous demand for labor he
can hardly fall, he can ave Sf 150, perhaps,
the first year. Instead of buying let hint
take this and go '-to the Hat woods" and
settle on a government homestead.
Twenty-five dollars will buy flour or
corn meal and mess pork ; forty or fifty
dollars a yoke of steers, it will take two
weeks to put up a cabin, two months to
clear a few acres and plant corn and pota
toes. A plow, hoe and mattock, nnd
help In his clearing, will exhaust the
$100. Uv hunting nnd fishing Satur
days, and no whisky in the premises, he
will eke out his tranleu and iret his or
ange ijrovc started ; then he has only to
live, aicn are like sneep a whole hock
will jump tho same panel. Neighbors
will crowd in, land will iro tin cent tier
cent, and by selling out a forty he has
cleared In the interval, ho has a cash cap
ital to Improve, and he Is on the high
road to wealth and eao before he Is
twenty-five. Of course the same econ-
oinv mill Tii'rscvcrMiii'K will ciif ivkkI in
Ohfo ; but there Is les temptation to ex
pense aim dissipation on tne frontier, and
the prospect Is nearer: he Is less crowded
by rivals. It Is economy and nluck that
succeed in Florida. Young man, go to
How ii Woiiiuii Made a fortune.
Six years into Mrs. Marv Ahart was
living hi a little tout on the edgeof town.
Her whole worldly possessions consisted
of this tent, a straw bed, two or threw
boxes which served as chairs and table, a
little seven or eight-year old girl and two
cows and calves. She sold the spare milk
of these two cows, carrylnir It around
town with a tin pail, and with the prod
uct, and from work which she did tor
neighbors, supported herself and child.
When she could get three or llvo dollars
ahead shu would buy another calf
or yearling. It Is not our pur
pose, adds tho Sentinel, to
trace her progress up to the present time
minutely, but the result Is she now, In
less than seven years, has several hun
dred head of cattle, a fluo farm with uleo
buildings and Improvements, a comforta
ble, oven luxuriant home and, Instead
of carrying milk around bv hand, rides
in her own carriage. Her "daughter Is n
young lady educated and accomplished.
To-slay .Mrs. Ahart's property Is valued
at from S 10,000 to $50,000. And she has
ttiede It all by honest Industry anil good
management. She has no outside help.
She nuver had a government contract or
fell heir to any property. Laramie Sen
tinel. THE HOWE
Have removed their offlcc and salesroom' from
corner N' INI 11 hTltlil.T and Commercial Ave
nue to the Commodious brick mom on Com
mercial Avenue between 'J'KNTH AMI lJI.KV
KN'lll bTlti:i:Ti lately occupied hy J. O. Car
son, where can always he found u complete as
sortment of tho
Which have proved to he the must durable, and
are now the easle.t runnlnif machine sold.
CJ"A trial will coin luce any ane that they are
the machine to buy,
Q-Wo also keep for salea good assortment or
Spool Cotton, hllk Twist, mid l.luneu'1 hread,
which wo oiler nt low lljsiui's.
Otvo na a Call.
The HOWE MACHINE CO.,
D.F. BgNNETT, Agont.
NORTH SIDE OF EIOllTll STItEEl
Between Washing-ton and Oomaarotal
; PROMINENT All VAHT ABES
THE NEW LOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
r m ,t-
rj'.'ysw vr jai v savx-tarc
Great Durability with Handsome Designs, and Giving PERFECT
MADE OKLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
ui:i, oi, bio and 018 If. MAIN 0 TBEET, ST. LOUIS, MO.
AND SOLD MOLtrSIVKLT BY
s.i7-:n,C' W' HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
riio People's Bomcdy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note: Aak for PoncVa Extract.
Take bo other.
"Hear: for I will siwak of excellent thing.'
Illjiirfr to Man or DeasU,
SlrnlliN, Sjiralns, Contu
Iriicluren, Cuts, 1-ircre-tifl
or Incise,! M'niniil.
IIIcetlliiK l.unira. or
Xnnn Bleed, and niinl-
ins uuinsor Teeth.
VomUlsiicor Blood snd
Mill- - lilcedinir 1'lles.
II ndl'llM. llnfiilllhio l
nuaia, awellca faee.
.tlcJiwelllnjorSorcucss. Rllflruevs or Soreness.
Lumuusu. IjirnH Hart
Morn Tfirunt orUuiusr.
.lore or Inflamed Eyes or
iMore atluulra. luflamsd
l'nlnfiil or too Profuse
Milk l.rjr. ovarian Dli-
tu. .ml TiimuM
Oravel and Mtmirarr.
rhHfliife-a ana Kucorls-
tlons of Infants, or
.. . Adults,
tnrlruai. Vrlan, Kn-
larKcd or Intlamcd Veins.
Vlrcra. Old Sores, Inter
Holla. Carbuncles, Tu-
rairnwTixT at ,..m"" ,10' weiiins.
IN i JbKMAL Corua ami Uunlons, Chat-
I ml or Snr Vift .
i . die liull.
Frlmi or Whitlow, Frost-
ed I.lmbs or Parts.
MoMiiilto llllia. Insect
Slink's, Chaied Hands.
POND'N EXTRACT is forsalobyoll Flral.
lia Irui:KiilN,and reeoinmended by
all DruKis, Physicians, and every
boily who lint ever tiled It.
ruiuphlrt contalnliiK HUtory and Uses mall
ul free on application, If not found ntyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
I'll YNK'I AN.
TT.T.TAM S. SXITH, X. D.
11ES1DK.VCE: No. ill Thirteenth street, he
tween U'ashiuvtou avenue aud Waluut street.
OFFICE: North side of Kljrhth street be
tween Comiiiercial ami Washington avenue,
W. DUNNING, M. D.
KK3IDENCE: Corner Ninth and Walnut
OFFICE: Corner 81xlh street nud OhloUvee.
OFFICE IIOUUS: From Sam. lira., nnd
fOHN U. MULKEY,
Attorney at Luw.
ovvtrui A..t.i.. .... v-i..,. c. .
w. ,1, I IBIU.IIID ,111 .llllll Olll-CI,
t wriii Wathiniston aveuiio and Waluut r)t,
JAUk: K. LANK.
r. i, waiiu.
ZiAlTS & WARD,
Big Muid; Murph&buo Coal,
Theliest hi the maiket. Also nil kinds of
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Dolivored to any part
of tho City Promptly.
Leave Orders at Crystal Saloon,
or at tho Company's Ollloo, at Nar
row Gauge Depot.
TERMS Nott Cash on Dolivory
The ftreat Nervu C'ouauror, euros Kplleptlc Kits,
Convulsions, Spasms, At, Vitus Dance, and all
Nervous Diseases the ouly known posltlie rem
ialv l'ur Knlli'iillo Fits. It has been tested lir
thousands and lias never Ihh-ii kuowu to fall in a
single case. Trial packsRvlrce. Enclose stamp
lor circulars kiviiijc evmi-utw ui cuim.
Address, Kit. H. A. ItlCIIMONI),
10-15 illy Kol HI, It. los.pb, iio
ARE ECONOMY" IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
KRAI. F.STATr. AORMT.
JOHN a. HABMAN &
JOHVEYAlfCMJ, HOTARIKS P01UC
tnd Agents of the Illinois Central and
BurUaKton and ttulnoy B. B.
Nortk Cor. Sixth nael OUle Lavas,
t. o. t-r.-scif. ji. j. nowLar.
LYNCH & HOWLEY,
Collectors and Conveyancers.
OFFICE-At the Court Houm,
PARKER & AXLEY,
tCJ-Speclal attention giren to Collection of
Hint, and Sale of Ural Kstate.-tS
' STOBEBOOM 100 Commercial
Avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE OITT.
Goods Sold Very CJoae.
Corner 10th St. and Commercial At
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
BOX and BASKET CO
"All kinds hard and (oft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, o.
Mill am Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Street and
ISTalpTl'l1 CJ U?X3.
Corner Washington A v. and 14th Street,
OPEN EROM 5 TOO P.M. DAILY.
lu H. Akir, Cairo. II. K. Akik, Chicago,
Ii. D. Alclu dk Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Cimmirelal Amu, . - iAIB0,IIXI,
KTThose fltTorlnc ns with their aslronsae
will (I nd a corapU'ts flue of goods from which to
select, at bottom prices.
OF A VICTIM.
I'llbllshed as a wanting and lor the heneltol
YoOiik Men and others whs safer from Nervous
Dehillly, txss of Manhood,. etc., (jiving his
liulcs of Self-care, after ntdergoing taaeh saf.
ftrlngand tipensa, and aislleJ nee oa rerslv
Ing a Bost-nad 1feeJ eaveloao. Address NA
TuAKIbL ATTAJa, F, O. Bol ls. AaBok
tun, . 7-7'i-wOin.
And Walir In
HAT, 0011. OATsV.rt.OU,
Agaata ht LAWLtM BAXS NWIB M
-Germer Teavtss i
MATBUSS It UHL,
FLOUB. GBAIN. HAY AND
No 80 Ohio Levee, ' '
K. J, Ayres.
fl; D. Ayres.
AYRES efc CO.ft
L. D. THOMS,
And dealer la
STAPLE AMD FAROT
Porehm and Domestic Vrola aasl VaU
184 C01IXlRCXAJ,yBatVB. ,
O. N. HUGHES,
Over MataoM ft tTU'i.
rtrst'CUu CompanUs ranr
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO IsZJVEE,
City Vatloaul Baak Balldiar, ap-ttair,'.
rn Illinois, rapreewu&c orT
t65 OOO OOO'
Tho Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
41 BASOLAY ST. NEW YOKE,
Continue tholr autheriteJ Ileprluta of tho
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