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The KcArlhur Dcmorat.
cjncuL owun or vufroitooaTrr.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT.
to uhai nirtatt skb togethfaqs
TBrl M0 To WlAMI, TO A0VITIS
oo soenret". TERMS, PAY tN tDvANwE.
LOCAL DEPARTMENT. To Readers.
Wo prop:e to fnrnish tha following
Jud8irip at tno Ixjwut prcea
Lwy Book cd Dmnocrut $3 00
IVion- Mtu'ntt ond Dm. 2 60
Religious Notice.
Attention ;s caned to the report
(in another co.lcmn) tf iho meeting
iieW at Lo i or, hj persons wbob
leiro thtt our Choreics !'nM tear;'
tl'O (Jcfc'rim nf Chrif t Rnd EtdiKioD
minor ttito FciUics ai.d 'urltaan
WW.
Soc't persons in Vinton enrtv
who find -dttrioncd to brinz t ii
Clinrch beck to the pr'ncii'le of ire
lonnaer, Bre invifoi to iittond
moetine r tho Count Hodse. in Mo
Artbnr tn Sunuduy tver,in.; w-'xl at
rly candle lijibt, fr tho pnrpuRa o!
Sf oaicg CeletHtts to Gtonabos o
the 8r) of Ff binary.
vr 'DET JVU J'EBKu'o.BY', '1 n OUT
-Ub'e, and is on i ot thj flnci f;f ci-
ncca of Lidks .vn-, Lid
shuuld bo wi'h"'it thU work. The
DoineVit r.cuipra, Fa!i:H!a and pa
Unw for LttJici aro ir.ba who
years 8iiV'nVi"n.
KiTioMt Magazisb, by i'llUMiin
is nil tha t&. c:n! afHrJa? lias
boen sen: on for t'lia ci-.ev nd 8r-!n
Maas n-y Voanj ttiM sending on
namoa, and will aoim bond on fur mora
iiuw ia a goon unici to Bui'Sorijo, cx-
ttiQiua t;i!8 natnbt r and send for it.
uasi w nx ot? ran ubioixal and
Cbeai'kst OAn Srona, isj.ut ro
celtid a new nnd li'.rga stock of win
ter goods, which hmajs ho wiUseil n
the vi-.ry lowofit Cnnri, for c-.s!i or
country pioJn'L VTa wonl! aivbo
t!i iso r,Bhin;; to siwd p;;r:iW3n, to
call on DiM hef ro puiclms ng .slj.j
wine. And onr wjrJtorit, joa
will not on'.y findjod ani cWp
0 iii at Dan's but Kntlm utly
hrvd acoomuiodar'n c!rki. . Dm
LrettJ giva l-iinji caI!.
tentiMi to Ilia fct tit t Donas &, Pn.
t:rs havoipimd out a nsw and Urge
i,ti.c! of .. Gn da in tiit-ir maromoili
room, No CO YuArtlsnf Ihvt
P'-ntierron aie well linown to our
burner oo'Uioua ty a 1 1 .!o ljra en
erady, u tair.tr&dtra wnd jjood lua
igubs men, they aro determined lo
Bparo i!' r-aitis, to tuniicb cheap and
inUUntin! pood and rorrifH at thi
choap' ft rati's. All right, rw: edi
tion is 'ho lilts 1 tra-dti, enl itppi-ab
well 'or tho tuHitoii ofoartovj. to
3 tior honHcs opming oLt. G vt
tbecu a call
Nt Goopt, no artjfttill recniviig
r(g'i!ar supplies of new gnodfl, and
having a part of a hoavy stock of sta
pie goods parcbaEcd !n Oct., 1863.
prbviona to tho iaet heavy adanoo.
enahlo ns to turnifh tow arerngo bi!U
to our cuetomcis, with iuduceiiienti"
thna oftred, onr country friendu with
good stocks kept by our clever neigh
bor merchants, uo one need travel or
tisitlng neighboring towns for good
with any hopes of procuring them a
cheap as wo know you can in Mc Ar
thur. And although goods are high
compared to former days, they aro sold
here quite a nice per cent lower that:
adjoining counties.
DAVIS & FELTON.
NEWS ITEMS—CLIPPINGS.
It is reported that one or two divi
elous of Lub'o army hare bi-en sent to
Longatreet, and that tho latter will
advance Oti Knoxvillo. It is believed
in Richmond tbat tho Federals are
going to give up their attempts oo
Vinrnu, an J henco t uo whole Con
fedcrato force is to ho thrown into
Tennessee and Kentucky.
Genoral Frank Blair has resigned
bla command :n too army.
The War Department has decided
inai me iwo yeara' volanteers aro en
tilled to bonuty monev.
Whon spring opens " tho battle-
Crouna win ue n Uast renneBsee.
Qeceral Sherman ia concentrating
an army at Hnmsville, Alabama.
The wholteale Conscription Law ia
creating great excitement among the
people in North Carolina
la the lower branch of tie Ohio
Logfelntnro tho contosted election
CH;ei were decided in favcr ot the
Aklilicn member. TJm cindnct of
tlio Ropublican RfprnsunJatives was
unjust and cuti-aoi-un in the extreme.
A Fquad of. Federal soldiers en
connteted, a day or twoeincccinnd
of Confodcrato Ciivnlry, lien!' l'ost
ChnrloFton, und in tho engagement
with tliem killed to of their number
and wonndod otlms, bat d'd not enc
cewl in captniiu nnv of tho partf.
At tho Democratic c incus, held in
Watihioton night beloro last, it wa
determined to lasne an addiens to the
eonservutive people of the country
forthwith.
Ciitrl A. Dm h.n ! en Appoint
:d Atd3lant Svcroiary of War.
Authority wm givn ly Coiizrf-2S
tor the ttan."mi!ijin ol clothing'
thr'ni tlid nnils, to .Clcc-r3 tin 1
privates of tlie United S'ates Army
upon thu terms uf posture prescribed
in tne aut.
Governor Pierpont and the Ab-Xnn
ilia (Virainii) LeR.'Hlaturo have i ro
'.ete(j Hhinst tho cuuduct ofQun'Ta!
Butlnr in Norfolk.
Colonel 6her, President of the
Uhio and Chisnpeako Can.-il, who h;io
o.?en i pii Mur in t Jrt La(U)uttt,
lias locn discharged.
Cox, of thio, proposes to bring in
i biil in Lon 'rt8i, taxinii holdira ol
jld aid liiLi of ixohftig.1, frnign
.ind others two percent, h minth.
O. tiornl UoB'.er.ir.a m p'Miiivtly a?
iivnd tf th command of .Missouri
and 0i.oad ijehoiiuid goea l Oencrhi
eiraiit.
Tl:o 10 -) Bou !a wiil bo issued in
about a:x Wu.-iia.
It i nov i ftl.-i:il!y stared that tin.
rcc.'itit i v put. J aiid l stuteineuU of th
s !iireot Riohinvn l, aiid iho lmi!g;nj;
ifnpait -j!' tjon'tnl Uilmiiit' c.xu
cati'J, who liftd'bi'on t..!:i'ii j riconcrB,
ir Cizna'Ji Tim ' pris-Mifra am all
'ii L lii.y rna n, u:m are treated
will.
Disi-.atcho lYii.'i Port IIut1.vn alure
that t!.o etiuiuy nreC'ntv.ir.rAting niar
that place ind Uiil.i Ivivu. (jMiuru!
Uilnirtu to'il? a numu r of rfbcl jna
;iers on th 13tli imt , wlusy toay
ne eick ") tho war, aiid i l- t. r hvuwl
t thu Prt-fiidjia'a Aia;:?1. IV.'0!-
rtn'ii.
It ia n'norii'd t!iU lha C..-upidoratc
Armvisfltid in its o:d poaitio:i at
l).i't"n, tloi'ty Ujuaami siron, and
hat the iunnusaeu and Jioiilucky
tp'Cpa aro 0Auipd in thocuutcr. under
i;itii-d. an 1 liiat tho bu'.i-.Uynuo of iu
vJo"fiadcr:i!es ia ao liin;t'j I that tlu-y
ro killing tiuir bit nj JUs.
If ihd uidd Wifith.-r cintiiuiui p.
j mfVdor'itu r.d down lh tjufiiati
;ah Valley is nat iuipjsai'alo.
Fernando WuoJ had been nialvini'
unofcch i:. tho Hoiisj against coulis
at;o:i and in fnvor ofpenc-j.
Tho Il. tiso Pt-jtujo t'otninitt-je
vt i i scm t i't a hill niiikitii' im
Govt rnnunt o5p.'naibld ior 1 teu e.i
money sent by mail.
Dr. Manila , iho editor of tec I it ii;
uirottd. llu reaaoti was !to v.sf'i
io Uuiou, lu: a.tt i'. r Un atiOlittvu oi
alavory.
Ilia tilti'dui of Cfr-ih'Mt'.'ti 8t'l: C'm
tiiiaos. '!'!, ciiy ia reported r. be
cromblinn n-id-r tho boinlmrdmei.t
Oonffderates werinj onr nciiunii.
ounght in thi" ret of inakin war, aie
to bo t.t ov tlie Ua'ih-raie.
.
f.
j
SiiS KAliHABliE-
ntrnrr trn n
1 1 m.
OF THE
Best anil Ctapasl Cash
mm
KEEPS OJ li.WD
A full Stock ef every variety of
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
LADIES DRESS GOODS-
HATS
CArs.
B00T3
AND
SHOES,
HARDWAHE
CDTLERY AND FRESH
GROCERIES,
of which I will sell as cheape rs tho
cheapest for Cadi, or exchange for
Country Froduca at the highest
market" rates. Call and bo convinc
ed. Doc. 10-63-lyr E D. DODGE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE ie hereby given, that tr.e Commis
tiooeri of Vinton Connty, Ohio, will oe
Tkt 2orddny of January day of 1864
Between thehonrs of twelve o'eloV, A. M.
and two o'cloeic 1. M , on e&id dav. let to the
lowest reapon-ibie bidder, the buildiiijj of a
bridge aoron bis Kaeenon, near Kiier liakiri'
la Witkciville Town-bip, in mid Connty, for
which unrnoke the Com m leal on ere will meet at
the pluoo whore eeil Bridge ie proposed to be
mill, oa mia iay.
Et of dor of CommlMimiere,
. A.N.COZiD.
.".e.UtalMS-Sir Jit Y.Co
tllini..iyuuyni m
1M.II
A WORD AUOUT
AFTEB A TliOr.Ol'Gll fElALOr MOS
THAN TKN TEAT.?, t! a llm-jlo mrnnfao '
hired by lliu 4u:cf1i nn W'aich Co . ol V althm
Mnf. , liv f filial n fim 'ui l4 vvb tho lor
of il.e f ulillr. mxl m.-, do liic ti nt 16 COO of
tr.cm ore ii taking ior iIicimkIvvh in the poot
ttKof llm i ri .le. From very lt(l(:i,lflont
l.ncliinlntr fcn!neix litn ir.croimd until wo
ijnutifiid in muting ibut WE MAKE MORE
THAW e)E IIAl.f of i!l die ntohe nold In
iheCuiteJ 6tutc. lttcaid entnrtrmcntof
oor factory I'ulldinpi". nj llio labor of 500 opoj
m tit bs, ,! ti ml tn uucqtiil to mpply tba oon
n'fthtl j incrcxieg daroanl. And vc my here
obiter e ilia', cor nltttiiiif the bifth pti-e of
lttior nd ru turia!, we iotlly null out pre
daoli t j'tlc.i than thite current S't
fari ngo.
We refer to ten fants enly fnr tlio (rnrpoee
proj urly Utrducirg iinotlier eulijt rulutive
to our mmiufuiuie of weielien. Aithet'i our
cllef object b licti to moki gn-d watoliex for
the nlliicn at the lowo-t fiMllo t-rlixj Koine
thins to taiietlie pi&ie ofllie muke Imlieve
w 'itc he ? 1 led Amirun," ' Leiiine," " EujrlUh
F'lmt Levcre." c, eiiDtiftlly tbiown open
th: mutltcl, iocruntle.'t i.'Oiubeni, by Euro
pt-on wti!i.b( f k a.cl,c l,Uli rt tl. releue
it their I'aclorioK, nnraivabie al bvnie end ror
fitlly wonblmeeverywlitra.
'I In ol jee; wn Lave nveouip iln)d, and niw
e Lavo lo aniioa!jea,lbut we htvo oominenovvl
the mucafitvture of watches cf t'.e very
MOHEST QBADE KITOWN TC CUBOH
OMTRV, nueqntlle.1 by anythlns hitherto made to oor
tiWet end uuurpHod by unythlnir made is
-Lb world, fcrlbl.i putpoae we have ihmp
o."t taoiliiiee- We have erected an addltiou to
main buildinge upreuly fer thi- branch of onr
bukineax, and have filled it with the bHt work
man ia our eerviue. ProtKipg by our long ex
puriece, we have rejiodollol the for a ot' our
wmehoit, introduvinir euob Improvemotite ae
hsvo heae euggeeted and proved
to be good froruliiiiu to time, and bavB iuitli
luted new and ngvon toctit of inochroniKtu, nd
jutineut and ".oiiipoueation. Now mclilnt
und applianceo have hsen ejiutreoted, which
ptrlorm their woik with cone Aiximate nelicetj
and eX4CtitaJe, auJ the ch-ict und nrist ap
proved material only aro iMd. .Vothiug in
uui 11 Bai)'.iii; oitherin .o.itlunlciu pricc:p!o,
material or w orkmanship to inme port'eetiou
in the ri-tuit.
Wo coa:iime to manfao'nre oor other well
known qjiilitlnn uude t!ifollowinghrin:
"APl'fcUUJt, TliA CY A CO."
'P. S. HARTLEY,"
Ard the' S.ld'or'e Wtel.,
Wif. ELI.tHY."
Thi littor, the lo et priced watoh w uiaVe
U a mi'jstauii.il,. reliubla ilmetieAce. o-,! in
terliug alivur Imu'.ing luf.flra, aud U not lia
b!u to cot out of order ultlur la mn:liinp ridinir
.:....: t II t .1 i it., i .
vi ii( utiiiij. n ii tuo aonvq u?w:ririeu wairnov;
i'iClu.liiw tl:oh'MH,i nhich UlmM.ed " AWIRICAK
VticB C'onl-.iNT," are -.old by wat'h doulere
fcoi.o i y u j( lout .o 'iiimtrT.
hUUBS .fc A f I KLT"N.
Aftu for tho Aiii .n Wn'th (VmipaDy
. ett-i. . i r . w mm
lit D IHJO u 'V Al,, X.
J'C) Uih m!8:4.-4o.
SIIERIFS'SSALE.
SfaAj (O.r, Vinton Counfy
rSJ .tiicnt Ul!:- Ci. fl.Ca. In Conrtof
oaunt ! (Vm-iion
S:S. i! ii i my dt f PIohb. On
A.Soule, Deftt. J Exocntlou
TiL'llSUtNrtotlieco'nrnanl rf an execution
X iu tiie .itjvv j cr.iv) to inn diroftd fr' in the
'-uai ot Cimmm I'leae, il'tho ufortwiiid Conn.
't ot VuitoM, 1 will oifcr at nubMo ruto, Ht the
fjr t-r the cmrs llouno. In tho I own ot McAr
it'ir, in iiirsiil t'oun'y of Vinton, on
Wedmtday iithdr-y cf February 186 1.
iUtwecn th li'iure often o'c'.oV A. M.. and
lour o'ol ic t 1". M., ol eii.t dy. ilm filbwicg
iwoptriy io-wii: in io: nuimarwix y -fn:r
51.1 middlo wnitnMe. Alio In -lot iinrnhor
i.iriy-lo. (U. in the Town of Wlikeeviiln.
Crmiity of Vinton, and Sluto of Oaio.
TuKvin m tuo prop ny "f o. Murray end
. Soul", to entifv a imlsmeat in favor oi
MoS't mr M i'.rsjm Co.
Appraisuci at follow : In-lot nur.ber aiitr
ur miiU.e vvi-ifirto ppiuied at five hiiniud
m tbir'V threo dullare and vhir'v thrre and
ie lliiril n-a'. un I L it iuiniror f ir'f-two tp.
prui. d al ona huiidx d f."d Sl'ty Joilum, auu
hiUKt bring twj-tl iriie of that u'm.
lerumoi ,ul, ci.m id IimkI.
AUoil. NURr.ta,
Jeu'y tUt-tj-Sw. SbiT. V. C. O.
WL'ITE 1SE HL'ST IltLB AH5BICA.
Tl!E
Fotiy Eight Co'.nmna of Reading
Mutter p.r Week fur $1 irj
p o r Y o a r I
I IIC KEW YORK PAPER
MADE UP KXi.I.UStVELY FOU COCN
TKi (JiltCXLTl'JN.
M-w of H-eWi-rk, with thn talllc.Pio.
ditcn mid Other Markets, Cure
fully Krported.
tEW YORK DAY-BOOK
For 1801.
Tat Xtw Tone Dat-Booi la aa ladependcut
Oeti"cralio jji.toil, lu'ldlni wilb the lute Sen
ator UvtIriH. ilmf'tiiii tfuveanment ie nmdo
9u t-d white bitu, by white isen, lor the ben
ett ol white mon ar d tliuir posterity fuievcr."
It ia a lorgo durble aheet, with forty ei2ht
celnmnaol rea ling m .i'er, and la ail rosj ect
wo-iuir lur auruen, iew.i, Mtorary or
Agrioaiiurii iniortiiaiion li not tniortorto eny
a apolitical or family liewnpaper. la ite poli
tical department, it grapplee baldly with Die
real qoeelion before the American reople. and
preeema the only pbilcenphy of it whioh can
reeUt the aweeplng march of Abolitloniam.
it ia Domoeratio in the true nun of the term
the defender of the people's rigbte, but id
tij upholder efuo party cmoanery or trlokerv.
It ia not only for Piaon, bat it ehowe how, and
cow only, lermartn'. 1'uace van tie obtained,
a lid thi glorious White Man's ffoverr.ment of
'vashiagtoa restored, viz. : by the ntter ronte,
oioribrow, acd extarmiantlon of Abolilionitm
frvin Amoncnn il.
The Day-Booli U now the ehly weeklvcoliti
eal puper in New York city ma lo up exclusive
ly tor comuiy circoiarion. aii tno otnrs are
lehaabed from the soUimcs of aomedaiiy papor,
which renders it almost impowililo toeiveeo
complete and civcMi aummary of tho news a
lo ttM otnercane. rented snout aniscrinnj
should taktt this u.tooonhi Jeration. Demo.irnu
aliio, munt ee to it that s iand panere are cir
culated AitoNt the Pxorif . or Aboll'.ionitm
will never no put done. Ail who desire
to refute the argna-eots of Abolitionists, should
road Tin Dat-Booi..
TltVS.
Oie eopy, ens year, 14 00 ; Three espies, one
yesr S5 0-) ; Five copies, ono)eirl7 50j Ten
copies, one year, aud one to the getter up of
the club 14 eO ; Twenty copius one year sod
one to the getter op of the club J4 00.
Additional coDies,(seb 1 2'1. t
Thn nana of" the ooat-otlis. oonni. and:
State, should, ia ail esass, b plainly given in!
every le.ter. J
Fsytncnt always in addvunoe, and al! papers
will be atoDned 'when the time of siiDMriDtion .
paid for expires.
Addrese
VAN EVBIE. HOBTCS & 00.,
Wo. 143 Naatan 6treet, New York.
SPECIA OFFERS.
NOTICE ii hereby given that tae un-1
dersigned heateu duly appointed ad-!
rainittiator of the estate of Daroa Ferrel,
iete 01 Vinton County; Ohio, oV ceased. i
rri m im4 3- inaTitTa wrvm I
wood.'
was, mmf g.VV W " S SV VViiVil
.-j
I kS-JUUJJH
TO
3P
OF
IORIGINAL
mm
Is now receiving lame addi
tions to his already
LARGE
'eW-eJ
consisting of every variety
DRY CCOt'S,
CLOTH1KO.
CAW.
fiOXNETS,
RUBIES.
BOOTS,
AND
Quecnswaro
land he is offering: greater induces
f ments to purchasers than any
corner
;
as
HOUSE IN THE COUNTY,
,1'erscns wishing BARQAIN3. wilt do well to give him a call.
All kind cf CYr.rfy Fitdoce bought, fir which the h!ghe3t runr'
i'",!et pric will be paid.
'jjg Jun'y l.t.18a. DAN WILL.
w
mu. 60 South side Main
9. V. DO DOE,
mm &
j- WILL
;open in their New Store lloomi
TTOA,
I January, 10th 1864. 1
W $
I One of the largest and best
Iselected stock of a
8
8
DRY GOODS.
GR0CERIF.8,
BOOTS & SHOES,
DATS, CA F3.
KOTIOKS &
QUE ENS WARE,
ver brought to this irarket,' which will be sold cheaper than the
cheapest. Pleas call and examine Goods and Prices beforo pnrchas-l
JAOtig elsewhere, as we are determined to sell at the very lowest fienore.j
$ Jan' 14th-S4ly DODGE & PHILLIPS, i
iwmmmmmmmmwMt
in s
L U Li Li LI
THE
I
AND CHEAPEST
!X5
mm
Ca,'?
-
w
BU023
and Grccries,
m
1BITII STORE
5tV,
St. Hc.lr.hur, Ohio.M
n. e. pniHAPs.
5.
mime
m
5
3&
I
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3 i
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;
3
DR. ROBUCK'S
STOMACH
BITTflS
AB1JJOT
TO BE DCEUiO
" tit
HTOMACJIIOj
Jlegulator
A
1 1
JJ DIGESTIVE ORfiAKL
5d., v Xt o,M a a
o1 v AYc aw ttox.(rt
I n . v.
tva, )ot a xoxsL nttw
x w ..v. : ..
unt u.v -vw TOYe.T V.t, WtT
Fever and JZgue,
Liver Complaint,
CDy3jp'epsia,
Indigestion,
Jaundioe,
Kidney Complaints,
oXV -iu.ee-m a 4tm-
ate c.ooc var aw
qxvc vwayfU. XWwv
otv Cov5o.
C7is gittsra art put up in quart
hottUs, of whioh the above ia a ao-etn-il.
The laltl ia finely engraved, stttJ
is provide! with a tafe-guari from
oounttrfeiters. CPrioe $1 per bottle, or
03 for $5.
C. W. JJeoaok, (Proprietor, Jfo. t
East Fourth Bt., Cincinnati, to whem
oil crdtrt should be addreoeed.
FOR SALE BY
S. V. biHiire, Aic.r:t:ur ; CowdorT 6
S'reng, Hftniden C. Johnston, NewPly
nowth ; Will fit Co., Zileki! John Hollifid
Swso;M P. & C. Catr, Wilksville.nd.4r
Druiciitt- and Merchants generally throitatt
out me Unite ! States cud CanaJas.
October 39th, 7rr.
HcARTlllTt IxlRSERY.
The andern:nsd wishes -t liiwrm the citizens
ef Vintcn. sndaarrcua linj CDnr.tie", .hat they
have eittabliahed a h'uracry at McArthttr and
willkeep constantly oo iuuJ, every variety
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES.
We now offer for n-ilo, 20 .COO Apples trees
20.003 Poach trees, Tea:, Cherry, Piutkb 4s o
cf ths very teat varieties.
These trees have all been raised la He-eking
County, aad being acclimate! are preferable
to tree shipped from othar 5-.su. Tbey are
two years old thrifty and in the bet conditioe.
atl w ask la that tDom wi.Mng treeo snoald
call aud see for thumielres.
Addre-i ' .
Pee. 16A 3mo. J. & W. QOLU,
Wheeler & Wilson's
SEWING MACHINES.
WARREPeTED THREE YEAR8, ,
This U one of tie very beat Meohinee ia
it esBSOoShnttlr, makes Mia look sticb alike
j un both sides of tos roods, lving L3 ha!r r
I ridge oa the underside, it uses bat balf of
the thread of other machines, aud makes the)
nentent work.
Havingtaken sd Agency lot the sals ef the
tnsckinas, 1 respecl'uliy reanest the I idi..
I Vintea or adjoining L'oupi- vie King eur town,
; to call and examlnethl machine, .ads ee
1 W 1
work. To tbote makinit puronseee of me, t wil
give Instnaotiens ia the tie of the machine
gtatis. I willsslt at the lowest cash prloes e
the mannfsotorer.
Aiktrthar, Chjo,

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