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THE ABQUB. THUK8DAY. JANUAltY 7, 189:2.
NOVEL EYE SURGERY.
r .i, ..f Steel.
XD twnwn.SKt -JS inches loiiati.l
hiiiK Ii' ''"-vs ,"U' ben "ucceiwfu lly
to iM.-rmine whether a foreign body
!' the eye i or ""mHK'ietiaihle
i i It In- 'il'" '"W'loyl t" move
I'frnVinent fn- Part of U' Y "'
her more hc c. sm Lie ami favorable for it.s
rxtrm th-". to remove it from the eye
witUoi.t the.lel.rat tissues All
iii,uncr vt Vr.-ii- i the magnet is n
crilMl b tb'' I-""1'"1' Klectrician. A black
iiiitli iii!et wurk was etruuk in the eye
hr a iri -ini-M i'f steel. The put lent, whose
i.ibrreyew .is.'inwteJ throuicUsyin pathetic j
irVlatiun, wis put iimler the influence of '
c'her the iirru-e of t lie woiiml bluntly en-
l-irjjnl to einiile the pole ol the electro
ui.o:iRt to t" iiitroiiuceil, uml tlie latter iu-M-jteil
in te tlireeliou which the fragment
. lit.l tkeii. On the wit!i-
(lrawai ef the iii.ix'net the uecoml time the
pirtv tr steel came rea'lily through the
wouuU attaeheil to it.
Frost ml ihe tierrus of fever.
Jnek Frot is the liest friend we have,
lie kills off myriads and myriads of germs
which otherwise would produce epidemics
of disease, h nd the alternate freezing and
tbnwiu;; of sprint: and fall have the same
effect upon certain disease geruis, typhoid
fever germs, for instance, as it would have
upon a lield of corn after it had sprouted.
I rerms that w ill stand either a great deal
.f coli! or a u'rt-Ht deal of heat are killed by
ns'i'lileii cold simp, after they have been
started into life by a few days of warm
weather, just iu the same way that a field
of corn a few inches high would be cut
ilowu, whereas the seed corn itself before
the germination would stand a great deal
of cold without injury and also quite a
L:;;U decree of heat. The alternations,
men, ol heat uud cold in the springtime
aurt full are particularly beneficent iu
their iiiflueuce upon life and health. If
people wen- not so careful to preserve
lyphoid fever germs iu ccssihtoIs and wells,
tins dise.ise would lie entirely exterminated
t.y the action of changes of the weather
i;poa its genus. Considering these things,
a pLysician, whom we quote, thinks we
should not lind too much fault with
ihatio'es in the weather.
Curious Action of Cocaine.
A French journal tells that -since the
'iiesreiul use of cocaine iu operations
Mi on lie eye it has often been noted that it
: not produce Kinesthesia in some cases,
npn-i.il! iu iiillainnmrory stat-e. In anop-e-Htiouforcataraet
upon both eyes, the left
"iun most advanced, Dr. Gulezowski used
t.ie Mine preparation of cocaine that had
i-' U used liefore and has been Used since
muci'ss. The cocaine caused some
1..1H. tint when the conjunctiva was seized
wiih the torceps the paiu was atrocious,
iiavm uoti. ed this reaction twice before,
Vinhs tor determined to operate upon tlie
r.ijhteye without the use of cocaine. Tlie
i-peration upon the left eye was complete.!
v.i-.koiit accident, though the patient com
;i.;uiiei! very much at each touch of the iti-rviiii-iit.
Vui when the right eye was
i vraied upon the pain complained of was
-t Linvt to that of the other eye. Others
noteu tins liyperH'stbesia. but not hav-
the opportunity of a second operation
t'j compare with on the same person and at
'e same time, had concluded lliat it was
'iiply a failure of cocaine to control a
i ..'lily nervous person.
AT THE WEDDING RECEPTION.
l:lnnK the (.,i.t. Serving Itefresh
neiii., Martini; tlie l'Hir.
As soon :,s the couple arrive at the house
wi.ere ti.e reception is to be held the maids
arrange theinseives upon each side while
'! parents and relatives group themselves
' a iitl.c distance. "Good form" upou
li.''orcaion is then as follows:
i. -i.ers i,ri-'i:; giiests to tmrli groups,
' I hnde and groom of course receiving
:.rs 1'resen tin u.ijs to girl attend.iiils are
made e, ,,; ;,,, r-'iiuest. The bride
- s l.er pi,.,.,. I,-,,,,, r,:; ;in ,,,!ir
1 -itl'i r; !:".:, a.-c .phi,.. i,.. i:1;ml.r
st .i.d i:
H T I-1 J i '
1 1 :. i' 1 ! t ..lig ,-'t-,.
n.:-iii,!k-r.,1,.ii1c.-, touei her toti.C
' '' 'ini'ain i ii g tne f.imilv and
Vs. ., f.-.e.,',f.rH..,.;n; frjpn,!., I
'u wiin tnetu. I rion tins room
'' ''- l".:'l '.f l.onor ;ip away to
'l ii-s,- fi.;- ten ing noiiic, 'l'i,
ti o-.s ;, r.-.i.iv atleini.-d t.. Tr:.v..-
' ii ri i -i
'. h.'lL'L'UL'e, etc.
ive of I iieir taiiiilies
y good w islies, anil
an old slipper are
o oi,e inii:iires w here
' l:oue iiMHill. 1 f the
I t' i.llil v. i
t :' ri.'is
''..'1- i f 1
t In -in. N
; a;;' are i
' pass r iii
is nn oi .on.., i i,:, i,r,, i,. ,,r groom, very
... If not. on:v sii, h as are unfmniliar
tu tue most deiieate s.K'iai customs can
pardoned lor asking .sue), information.
i ttiere is a bride'., cake, she cuts it.
v.iiiic iu the refreshment room. If it cou
t iiiis u rmg, to,. ,i, ,,f honor chooses the
"st piece ai,.lt,K oridesmaids select their
portions in a.phaoetii'al order. A small
1't.g C.IKe is ( ut into MS In.lllV iliviiorw ..u
lie-re are maids.
Tne bride and maid of honor having
'l oeiiy ieft uie room, the groom ai.so dis
appears, provided jr. is an evening ei
'ong, that ,e may assume traveling cos
tume. Ti,e bridal parly that assisted at
Ui-ceremony remain only a little while
onger, unless specially invited for a dance,
ititiner or supper,
i: luxes of wedding juke are furnished
"" 'enirs of a wedding, they are placed
Pn a tahie in the hall; and guests each
.ase ju-t one when goiug home, unless the
ho.ste.vs iiits invited tnem to carry another
an aUsem friend. To Uike more than
one box is evidence of bad breeding, at
''L 11 uad manners. The iioxes when
in tne lest style have the monogram of the
''t ami groom printed on each cover in
t 'Id or silver.
A I hie I'miifikiii l'i..
it. ii. roil, haif pint. of. rich milk, one
'"'spoonful Mf Mewed pumpkin, one egg
.:Ue ami vo'.k separately lieateni, one
'i.t teaspoonful ,,f flour; add sugar, giu
; r. ciuiiaiiHin and luilnieg to taste, lieat
tin wed together, adding the whipped
J. He of 'Cg last and stirring it in quick
'. nut tiiornugl.lv. iinke fifteen u tweuty
loin. lies i a quirk oven.
QUEEli BUSINESS, TIII&
HOW A PAWN TICKET BROKER MAN
AGES TO MAKE A LIVING.
TT! Metlioil I to Attend h Pawubrokers'
Sale, Buy InCoodn, Theo Repawn Them,
and Afterward Float the TJvketa Among
HI Friend One Day's Work.
Dobson is a pawn ticket broker.
Did you ever hear of the like before?
There are of course anyt nd of brokers,
good, bad and indifferent, in big New York.
But who ever before heard of a man who
deals iu secondhand pawn tickets.
That man is Dubsou.
He said to me the othr day. with a
shrewd twinkle iu his eyet-, that "bu.siueas
would soon be lively again."
"Dobsou," I rejoined, "v ith every mark
of honor, sir (for in your dealings your ,
friends say you are the pink of courtesy
and the soul of integrity), with every '
honor, sir, let me atteud y ju for a day and
hee now you uauuie tne tickets."
"With pleasure," said the little man;
"come right along now; I am ou the trail
of several good things."
We weut over to a pawnbroker's place in
the Bowery where a sale t,f forfeited chat
tels bad been announced, the bargains to
be offered without reserve.
There was a dense jam in the rooms.
The sale had begun before we arrired. It
was the usual unloading t f the thousand
and one effects left iu an everyday pawn
shop. The auctioneer offered several
watches, then put up a diamond ring.
Dobson examined the ri ig with his little
microscope and then cau.iousLj bid tlyeo
'"Five," said a voiee iu tue corner.
"Five tweuty-five," repeated Dobsou.
"Take it, Mr. Dobson, said the ana
Then the broker bid in two gold watche
Rt ten dollars each and a ( hip diamond foi
two dollars more. A cake basket was then
Some one bill forty cents. Dobson made
it fifty, then sixty, then seventy-five, then
one dollar, then a quarter more, then a
half, then three quarters ,nd
And Mr. Dobson shrewdly dropped out.
for, as he eaid afterward, some one was
only leading him on iu tl e interest of the
Iu half an hour Mr. Dobson, the broker
had in vest i-d about lifty dollars, and in
turn had received four wi tches, two rings,
a gold brooch, three razors, a pair of sec
ondhand trousers, a rusty set of surgical
instruments and a violin.
Mr. Dobson theu witlid tw from the sale.
Later in the day he i.tteuded another
foreclosure sale aud pun based 6ve more
watches, three rings, two gold chains, a
marine glass, a dress suit aud a set of box
ing gloves and foils. Hi packed all his
goods in two satchels aud started for
home, as it was now too late to do any
business that day.
Bright aud early next morning I went
by appointment to Mr. Dobson's room
uud assisting him with one of the satchels,
we started out, Mr. Dcbson to ply his
strange calling. We trudged along over
toward the Howery.
"What will you give me for this fine
huutiiigca.se watch, Felix?" asked Mr. Dob
sou of a pawnbroker frieud near Chatham
"What do you want on it " he asked.
"I'll give vou twelve."
Felix made out a check for the watch.
Dobson offered Felix two rings and a
chain, and after some bargaining the deal
In each case tickets we-e given.
We then passed on to half a dozen pawn
shops. Iu one we sold tje dress suiL for
seveu dollars, the boxing gloves aud fdls
went for two dollars nioe and two more
rings were disposed of ut to. 10. Tickets
were obtained iu each iustauce.
In the next half hour we had sold t hree
more watches, the marine glass, the razors,
the clothes aud all that remained was the
set of surgical instrumet ts. These proved
difficult todispose of to any advantage, but
finally Mr. Dobson let. ttem pass at a close
Mr. Dobsou, his gooi s all placed, dis
posed of the two satc hels ut a fair figirre,
and was now ready for I is b.isiuess proper
us a broker in pawn tickets. He eyed them
narrowly, wondering how much prolit
there was iu them.
We counted over tin t ii ket and found
that t hey were sixteen n tr.imtier and irc
gri"'a:e. seventy-live do l-us. I re value.
It was now about 0 o'cl v k ' i ..:u '.i:h
ine," so id Mr. 1 lolls, n:, le 1. 1 1 ii n i lie w ay into
ii tenement in Hest?r str !,
I Lave n customer n;. here."
''.lake," said Mr. Dob- m to a younu man
u p stai rs, "are you still goiug with Han
"Well, it's nearly tine- that you bought
her a present. Do you want a chance?"
"Have oil a liarfiiin, Mr. HobsonV"
"Look ut this. Here is a ticket for a
lady's gold v.atoh, twelve carats line, good
machine movement, en; .moled cases, stem
winder. I saw the watch myself. It is a
beauty. This ticket v. ill redeem it for
seven dollars, (jive me three dollars for
the bargain, .lake, and you can make Han
"It's only ten dollars, and I tell you it is
a real bargain "
The deal w as dosed, i lid Mr. Dobsou and
I went away.
Next the pawn ticket broker led me to a
saloon w here he was kr.own. There was a
larue crowd siti.ing at tie tables. Mr. Dob
son was gone about haif an hour, during
which time I saw bin. offer ticket after
ticket, here aud there, to the nieu at the
tables, all the while ('.- plaining iu a low
tone the value of his goods.
When we went, out he had sold five tick
ets, making something ou each, the net
prolit being $7 So.
As we passed along, the genial broker
never missed his opportunity to greet a
friend and offer tickets. In an hour he had
sold two more.
Theu ousiuess became somewhat de
pressed. Iu the next two hours only one
ticket was sold.
Mr. Dobsou tiien vis ted iu quick succes
sion half a dozen saloons w here he was
By 11 o'clock that ni jht he had disposed
of the entire sixteen tickets ut a profit of
t-4.;iu. i could not but marvel.
' it is a phase of human nature." said
; the shrewd broker, "oo try to get sotne-
thing for nothing. I.aeh man is after a
i big bargain and is wii ing to pay a dollar
or t wo limn to secure the coveted oppor
tunity. Ail amounts jver and above full
: Values are of course my commissions."
t "Yon live in ibis why?"
! "Yes: live well, va ar by year." Xew
FICHUS AND JABOTS.
Novel Neekbow and Collaret In Silk and
I-ace for Demltoilet and Kveuing Wear.
This season's gowns are made dressy with
pleasing accessories in way of soft silks and
colored laces fashioned into plastrons, col
larets, Louis XIV neckties and Marie An
toinette fichus. These last are exact cop
ies of the fichu worn by the ill fated queen.
The Marie Antoinette fichu is cut on the
cross and very long, made of chiffon and
bordered with a full frill of silk lace. This
tnrnsover and is tied around the bodice,
the long ends falling lightly in front. It
is in a fichu of this description that Paul
de la Hoc he depicts the queen during her
prison days. Many evening gowns are ar
ranged with satin stripes, the craped chif
fon crinkled between them. Pretty color
ings are introduced into them. Lisse is be
ing embroidered with flowers, a triple band
of gold galoon being interthreaded at the
foot. Colored pearl trimmings about an
inch wide are used for ball bodices and com
binations of steel, gold and silver. A capi
tal novelty which the home dressmaker
will appreciate are frillingsof chiffon, with
a bouillone heading in all light colors.
These are sold ready to be sewn on the tops
of low bodices or the edges of basques.
thi:ke dressy stvlks of kkckwear.
Iu the cut are illustrated three dressy
styles of neckwear. The first figure repre
sents a wavy front and collaret in cream
silkgaue spotted with silver and corn
flower blue. The waist lxiw of ribbon is of
cream hue to match. The central figure
shows a collar, t and plastron iu gold
galoon, embroidered with jet and framed
with coqcilles of piuk silk gauze edged
with jet 1 eads. The remaining figure is a
Louis XVI necktie in white gauze, form
ing neckband, jabot and a large bow,
daintily draped under a jeweled ornament,
corresponding with the gems shining on
the Venetian lace that finishes the jabot.
Very pretty fichus for evening wear are
made of crepe de chine and trimmed with
white marabout feathers. Frills of silk
and of chiffon are employed to finish the
hard edges of cloth gowns; these are worn
about the neck in form of a collaret, and
drop from the edge of the sleeves on the
hands. White cloth gowns with white
surah frills are fashionable.
Winter Coats and Cloak.
This season everything Russian is in
style, hence there are evening wraps a la
ltusse, with fur trimmings and jeweled
girdles, and the same idea is carried out in
some of the cloaks
for little folk.
are many of them
long, but the ma
jority of walking
coats are of three
aud after a style
shown in the ac
tration. Braided coats are
fur trimmed ones.
These have a very
made tight fit ting
and trimmed iu
military style. The
( hief advantage in
Ii iv ing ji braided
ut is that vou
vv ai.k- , .., u-c.'tr it at any
t iiiie. vv herons n
cnlv looks seasonable in
t he dept h of winter.
The illustration shows a trim coat in
gray vicuna with military trimmings in
black. It is braided at t he bin k and lined
with st riped silk.
F.very variety of evening wrap may be
seen now. Long doaks of cloth are lined
with silk in a cut i ;i-t i ult color. Favorite
combinations are mauve and maize, pale
green and pink, terra eott iand pink, pale
blue and cream, r reach gray and white.
The only trimming these long cloaks have
is a silk hood and broad ribbons to tie at
the neck. Then- is only one shape in opera
cloaks, aud that is the three quarter cape.
They are mostly made of tinsel brocade,
with w hite fur or feather t rini-'iiiiig. The
color combinations are just us beautiful its
iu the long cloaks.
Little .irl' Costume.
Beavers at.d white Mongolian are the
fashionable furs for trimming children's
costumes. Asvveetly pretty coat fora little
maid of four or live was of white diagonal
serge, with a white fur cape tied with
white ribbons and fur trimmed bonnet to
match of white velvet with a puckered
brim. Pretty ch i Id ren never look so pret ty
as when tbey are dressed all in white,
serviceable coats for everyday wear are of
lamb's wool cloth in pale blue, gray aud
scarlet. They are cozy and beautifully
warm. A dressy costume for quite a tiny
girl was made of fawn colored camel's hair
cloth, with a cape prettily trimmed around
the shoulders and edged with silver fox.
The lsjuuet intended to be worn with it
was of beaver felt trimmed with feathers.
All the smartest hats and bonnets are
white felt or velvet ornamented with
Many gray dresses are trimmed with
dark green velvet, emphasized by opos
sum fur, und for the pre-ent no sieeves are
so much worn as tiios.; made w ith a puff
of one material to the eilxiw, and a dose
gauntlet of another to the wrist. Scroll
work iu biaid and narrow gi.looii nppeurs
on the battleuicnted tabs which edge o
many of the skirts. H-Tda and brown
also minfle together. ICuchos of silk fre
quently appear ou the front breadths of
We have Bold Klv'a Prm Rftlm ahnnt
three years, and have recemmeaded its
use in more than a hundred special cases
of catarrh. The unanimous answer to our
inquiries it, "it is the best remedy that I
ever used." Our experience is,' that
where parties continued its upe, it never
failed to cure. J, H. Montgomery &
Co.. Drupgists. Decorah, Iowa.
When I bigan using Elf's Cream Balm
my catarrh was so bad I bad headache
the whole time, and discharged a large
amount of filthy matter. That has al
most entirely disappeared, and I have
not nai Headache since. J. II.8om-
mers, Siephney, Conn.
& Little Oirl' Exptrienc in a L-ghtlnnae
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trespntt i boor.
ers of the gov. lighthouse at Sand Beach.
Mich., and are blessed with a daughter,
four years old. Last April she was taken
down with messles followed tilth
dreadful cough and turning into a fever.
wviuib iii uuuie null nt ueiroil Trpatwi
her, but in vain, she grew worse rapid. y(
.vv uiauwaua UUUIQ.
Then 6he tried Dr. King's New Discovery
ouu aitcr iuo uee oi two ana a nair bot
tles, was romnletelv enre.1 Then a-
Di. King's New Discovery is worth its
"c'K"i " goiu, yet jou may get a triU
bottle free at Hartz & Bah'nsen's drug
Strength and Health.
If VU are not feelinir almna anrl
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
unppe nai lett you weak and weary, use
Electric Bitters. Thin rpmedo .ii His
rectly on liver, stomach and kidney s, gen -
nj niuiug iuoee organs to perrorm tneir
functions. If vou are afflicted with sick
headache. VOU Will find anoedv and nor.
roanent relief bv takin? Klectrin Riitera
One trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50c, at Ham & Bubnsen's drug
BCCKLXH'B ARNICA RALVB.
The beat salve in the world for cats,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
ores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale bv Hartz & Bahnsen.
Kick Readarbe and relieve all thetroublaa toef
(tent to a bilious et&te of the ayfttem. audi ml
Dizziness, K&useb, Drowsiness. Distress after
eating. 1'nln in the Ride, ko. While their mo4
SemarkaMe auccesa baa been an own iu curing
Eeaflsehe. yet Carter's Little IJvnr Pflla are
equally valuablo in Constipation, curing and pre
venting thisannoy!ngcoiap)aint,while they alfxj
Correct all diaonlers of thestomachtiiiinlateth
Jivor and regain te the bowels. Even it they only
I Acli they would be almost priceless to (hose wr.a
taller from this diKticfuiingcomplalDt; but fort u
lately theirgooUrteM doe noend here,arjd taoo)
who once try them will find these little pills valu
able in w many ware that they will not bo wll
Jjog to do without them. Bnt after ailaick bets
'is the bane of so many lives that hare in wbers
Iwemakeour great boost. Our pill cure it whila
Cther do not.
Carter Little Liver Pill tre very omall n4
very easy to take. One or two pills makea doeew
7uoy are strictly vegetable ana do no. gripe or
ar. but by their gen tie action please ail who)
ttaethem. Invial.sntS5centa; five for tl. Sold
ty drucjiat everywhere, or sunt by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pill. SMALL DOSF. SMALL PRICE
The Rock Island
Is the best rnedrum throueh
which to reach the country trade.
Advertisers should have their
announcementsTeady by Thurs
day morning to insure insertion
in the current week's issue.
,' 'I T.V.-l '
Billiard and Feci Ferrers.
liavlug jnst fornlf bed a fine Parlor a
eqiil ped it wi'h two of Branwick
fineet Billiard Tabli-f. also two On
IN THE CIGAR STORE
:he finest l'neof Imported and Domretic Cigars
and Tobacco in the market.
1S08 Secoxd Avenue.
Tt. Keni foil's Kel ab e Kemedr. Famous eery
where fimone Ihe Indies as "ea'e. prompt and
I ru.uoi i ire uriK nut r(tnuH i iQirivioA. rr;ce I
JI, sent d rect, sealed: itfomation free. Adcrtas I
I C.ou MeCi ai Co.. Iiotop, Kass. J
ssifc r;:-r tFR
y5-5s2as.T Sfci'J Weil
mrmz w - i - L
dmWtm THAT HAS
And many there be we hope.
aill spend HER CENTv5 for A USEFUL cake
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. O'CONNOR, j Proprietors. WM. H. CATTON.
J. IVIa CHRISTY,
;uset tobacco, opium
For sale in Rock island bv Hartz &
Conaitloriiof the hu maa form nuM-i.HlullvtraatMl
to develop, strengthen, em&rire all west, stunted,
cndeTeluped, feeble ontana and part of the body
- " v. . . . Kiwum ft propr ana
natural size, due to III health, abuse.excei.ites, or
vnknowo causes. There ts etie met bod and
only one, by which this may be acroni pllshcsl.
Increased flow of blood to anv narf nrniit. k
almpleapparatns actiiiR automalically.crtatesnew
...auo, .uuvmiu .inur ny cue iwtnie natural iawa as
the increase of sue and strength of niuacle. Dont
uj i.rvjuuimsj uecvuse intie qua.'Ks propose by silly
means to do the samA I V I L'Jtw k ni'
. . . ... ..... m mum
There' no trnp berk ofonr otter. Our pay
will come when the public knows clearly science
from fraud. Write us for tnstrartiona f ii ll donfrfn-
tion. proofs, references, etc. All ent you in plain
sealed letter w!t Horn cost of btit kind.
ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, ft. T.
For sale by all first-class Grocery dealers.
c. o. r.
21 and S23
Al. Laundry Work done on s hort notice.
A pcc.tlty of Urcss skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
aFirst-clasework aid tpecial atteitlon to
RIXO rs TP,
TelevhoD No. 1214
Joiin Vol Is: & Co.,
hi an u facta re rs of
gajh Door Blinds, Biding, Flooring,
and all kind of wood work for builder.
Xlcbteectb St., bet. Third and Fourth ares.
Live Stock Insurance Co.
' CaiCAGO. ILL.
Ins rts live .tock against death from accident
or disease. For ravs apply to
ED. LIEBBKENECHT. Agent,
ITli h'e-oxd avenue, Kock lsiiud.
ANY Wbl ,
MAXUFACTUHEB Of CRACKERS M BISCUITS.
Ak Yotit Own for Them.
Thpy arc- Bef(.
The Chriety "Otstir" ard Ctriaty "Wirta "
the wiitdrl al rerafriy
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