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B ATUflDAVO1)e6esnber 0. ; 1879.
TE1s &' Ti Nin ws AND) IIERALD.
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tisements. Siple ntnounceinents oi
3uarriages and deaths published free ox
charge, and solicited.
All coimnunleations, of whatsoever
nature, should be addressed to the
Winnsboro Publishing Companys
Winnsboro, S. C.
Sheriff's Sales-J. B. Davis, S. 1. C.
Administrator's Notice-Jacob F.
Khig's Mountain Military School
Col. A. Coward.
WAUOS.-U. G. Desportes &; Co.
have just received a ear-load of Avery
Wagons, which will be sold at prices
to compete with Columbia. *18-lino
The oldest f-lends are to-day the
staunchest fi-lends of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. They have proven its great
worth in all cases of coughs, colds,
hoarseness, tickling in the throat,
irritation of the bronchial tubes and
lungs, etc. *
The fence election In Township No.
8 resulted as follows: i favor of al
tering, 32; opposed to altering, 304.
In Township No. 6 there was no elec
tion. We are informed that one of the
managers went to the plling-place,
and then left. The two other nianag
ers declined to go on without him, and
there was therefore no election at all.
InoxMATXON WANTED.-We have
received from Mr. J. Austin Mc
Creight, of MeroseA Fla., a letter
which says: "An old colored man
living near mo, calling himself Harry
Montgomery, says he was formerly
owned by Dr. Montgomery, of Lan
caster, S. C. His mother was named
Dolly, and was a slave of Mr. John
McCrorey, of Fairfleld. A brother
named Joe who belonged to James
Itichnond, another brother, Smith,
owned by Dr. Thorn, and still anoth
er, named Paul McCrorey, the fiddler,
were all living whenu he last heard
from them, but not having received
any letters for some years lie Is very
anxious to find out if they still live in
South Carolina, where their postoffice
is, etc. He requests you to publish this
for him, as lhe has written letters in
quiring for them, but so far has failed
to receive an answer. ie says his
age is one hundred and one years." Let
t: of Riif~ytoiigse to- the'
arofMr. MeCreight. I1e represents
Harry to be a very worthy old man.
SM.OKcE the Celebrated "Monarch oI
the South" Cigare. Five thousand
just received at F. W. IIabenicht's,
W ashington St., near Do p~ot. *tf
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY ScHOOf..
-We invite attention to the advertise
ment of tis well knowna institute, Io
cated at Yorkville. The first session
of the school-year 1880 wIll begin on
the fifth day of February uiext. As
will be seeni from the advertisement,
the terms for tuition, etc. have been
- considerably reduced-being now only
one hundred and five dollars per ses
eionu of fiye months, this sum covering
all expenses for tuition, board, wash
-ing, lighuts, medical attendance, books
and stationec-y. We trust this reduc
tion ill bring about a proportionate
Increase of patronage. The King's
Mountain Military School certainly
deserves well of the people of South
Carolina. Established twenty-five
years ago, it has always borne a high
reputation among Southern eel loges.
Col. Asbury Coward, the Principal,
.and one of the founders, is a teacher of
rare ability, and a Christian gentle
man of the highest typo. To no safer
hands than his could parents commit
the moral and intellectual of their sons.
.-A handsome pamp~hlet of sixteen
pages, gIving flull information abont
the School, has just beent issued from
the steam press -of the Yorkvlle En
quir'er, and copies may be procured
.upon application to Colonel Coward.
TnANsFmns 0F REAL, EsTATE.--Since
our last report the following transfers
ot real estate have been entered in the
ofilee of the county auditor:
E. T. G'ayden to H. L. Elliott, Trus
ted for Elliott & Co., 165 acres Iin
townshIp no0. 8; consideration *594,05.
1. I. Elliott, Trustee for 'Elliott &
Co., to Sarah M. Gladden, 185 aeres in
township no. 3; consideration *410.
FracisP. hor toJames Jones,
T. K. Elliott, Assignee of Ladd
Bros., to Ishmael Simpson, 48 acres In
t46wbhhip no. 6; consideration $200.
T. B Madden to James E. McDon
aid, 4 ros Intownship no.14; eon
Alaline ?otee$ to Wi. K. Turner,
one lot in th6 towun of 'innsboro; con
Thomas Jordan to U, 0. Desportes;
one lot in the town of innsboro; con
sO aeres Into*nship no. 1; onside-a.
tion9400. O Oeh~$h
Ito Frank . Aitatin; 149 aores in town.
ship n. 8; consideration $690.
- Elizabeth Dawkins $o Abraham
Dawklns, Win. Oglesby and Dennis
Gibson, one nre in township no. 1;
Joseph W. McCreight to Mary E.
Ketchin, one lot in the town of Winns
boro; consideration $76.
T. K. Elliott, Assignee of Ladd
Bros., to R. 8. Desportes, 210 acres In
township no. 6; conslderation $540.
Allen Stewart to Mary Ann Stewart.,
160 acres in township no. 13; consid
John 8. Withers to Win. J. Wood
and Hugh A. StevenRon, 341 acres in
township no. 1; donsideration $1819.
GOS1 FROMCOL UMA A.
Interesting Topics In the Legislature-The
Columbia Canal and the University-Ohief
to0RREsrONDENVB OF THE NEWS AND I!ERAD I
COLUMBIA, December 19.-Yester
day's session in both branches of the
Legislature was unusually interesting,
the Senate having under consideration
the Canal Bill, and the House being
engaged in the discussion of a bill to
authorize the Trustees of the State
University to open the institution as
an Agricultural- College. The debate
over this latter measure was exceed
ingly spirited, the ayes and nays being
several times called, but the friends of
the bill finally triumphed, although the
vote was very close. The Canal Bill
Is now safe, and the Columbia people
are consequently in high glee. Al
ready visions of countless spindles are
sighted in the near future, and Colum
bia is now enthusiastically referred to
as soon to be the Lowell of the South.
Whether these bright anticipations are
to be realized remains yet to be seen,
but there can be no doubt that this
popular measure will benefit not only
this city but the entire State, and ulti
inately alrord commercial advantages
never before enjoyed by this conmu
nity or any Other in the 8 ate.
The election of Chief Justice last
night resulted in the selection of Gov
er'nor Simpson, by an unanimous vote,
a deserved compliment to one filly
worthy of It. SenatorWylle delivered
himself very happily and eloquently
in placing Governor Simpson's name
befbre the joint assembly, and was fol
lowed by Colonel Simonton, who see
onded the nomination in his usual fe
licitous style. A court composed of
Simpson, McIver and McGowan is
one of which the State may well be
proud, and one which the whole
country may regard with great pleas
ure and satisfaction.
An adjournment sine die on the 24th
seems now a settled fact, notwith
standing the Senate has postponed
final action until the 23rd.
The air is thick with politlil rumors,
some of which I will give you in my
Messrs Editors: Please announce Mr.
J. Preston Doo er.agJnidgie for the
Demiocratic a iinatiori for sheriff at the
coming election (subject to the decision
of tile primary election) and oblige manny
friends in the
ScUTRwESTI RN PORTION 01 THE COUNT?.I
ALL persons having demands against
the Estate of Mrs. M. Rebecca
Coleman will present the same, duly at
tested, to the undersigned on or before the
11th day of Jauuary, A. D. 1880, and
these indebted to to the Estate will make
immediate payment to
JACOB F. COLEMAN,
dec 20-f ix2 A d Adr.
KING'S MOUNTAIN MILITARY
YORKVlLLE, 5. V.
T HE exercises of the TWENTY
SIXTH YEAR will begin Fob
ruary 5th, 1880.
TEMs PER sESSION o016 MONTHS
For Tuition, Boarding, Lights,
Fuel and Washing - - -- $100.0(0.
Use of Books, Stationery and
Surgeon's fee---- --- ---5.00.
For circular, containing full information,
applyt COLJ. A. COWARD,
B Y virtue of sundry exeoutions to me
directed, I will offer for sale, befire
the court- house door in Winneboro, on
the first Monday in January next, with
in the legal hours of sale, to the highest
bidder, for cash, the following-described
property, to wit:
Twenty~ bushels of corn, more or less,
six hlundIred pounds of seed cotton, more
or less, fifty biushels of cotton seed, more
or less, levied upon as the property of
Morgan Latta at the suit of Manton
One thousand pounds of seed cotton,
more or less, levied upon as the property
of Charles Caldwell and Thomas Adger,
at the suit of Thomas K. Elliott, as As.
signee of Ladd Bros.
Fifty bushels of corn, more or less,
levied upon as the property of J. W,
Pice, at the suit of B. T. Griffin.
Sherif's JOHN B. DAVIS,
Ohr ff ce, S, P. 0,
Winnsboro, S. C..,
Dec. 19, 1879.
WitOLE8ALE ANID ETAIL
GROCERS AND COMMISSION
No 174 Main St. (White Front)
ICE FOR FINAL DISCH ARGE.
OTICE Is hereby given that I will
a*plly to the Ju dge of Probate for
airfield county on Thursday, Januairv
15, A. 1). 1880, for a linal discharge d's
Guardian of the Estate of Sallie E;.
REBECCA Y. OWINS,
Dec. 18, 1879, Guardian.
NOTICE FOlt FINAL D18c11AlIME.
N OTICE Is hereby given that I will
apply to the Judge ofProbame for
Fairfileld County on Saturday January
17th A. 1). 1880, for a final discharge
as Administrator of the Estato of Jas.
S. StewArt deceased.
JAS. M. STE WART,
Dec. 17. 1879.
1HRI STM AS
And I am prepared to sell you all
the nice things you want for the Hnli
days, such as Apples Oranges, Cocoa
nuts, Citron, Pressed Pigs, Currants,
Raisins in Boxes, half and quarters.
Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans, Brazils,
French Mixed, Cocoanut, Strips,
Wl(son's Corned Beef, Salmon and
Sardines, Lobsters, and Oysters, Pine
Apple and Peaches, Potted Meats of
Sky Rockets, Cannon Crackers,
Roman Candles, Torpedoes, etc.
Give me a call.
W 11. DONLY,
dec 18 On the Corner.
FINE assortment of Liquors, con
sisting of Corn and Rye Wims
keys, several grades, Old French
Brandy, Rum, Wines of all sorts,
Champagne, etc., etc.
These Liquors will be found of the
best and purest made, and will conic
fully up to both recoininudation and
.Just in Store a Flue and Well As
sorted Supply of Segars, which cannot
be Surpassed any where in the Borougli.
- EGGS FOR CHRISTMIAS I
A large lot of Eggs, nice and fr'esh,
for the Chmristmas Holidays.
ifNO. D. McCARLEY.'
EIOHT Barrels, New Crop New
A Fine Lot of Sugars-all grades.
Jackson's Best Family Flour.
Qonsisting in part of Mule and
Horse Shoes, Nails, Trace Chains,
Red Rust Proof Oats, Fresh
Cheese and Macaroni, Raisins, Cur,.
rants and Citron, CHEAP FOR
JUST AlRRIVED one of the finest as.
*ortmentq of Liquors in the Boro. One
Barrel of Gibson's Celebrated Old Neetar,
1840; Three Barrels of fine old iRye Whis
key: lst, Old Imperial Cabinet W~hiskey
9 years old; nd also tho Mabel Belle, 6
ditto; 8rd, Boanoke ye. the oldest, 18
ditto. Corn Whiskey of the best grades,
Nqorth Carolina Corn,S8weet and Sour Mash.
of the best grade.. Also, Wines and Bran,
dies of th e finest brand. I haves also a
fin', lot.of Cigars and Tobaco which I
will disoo of at reasonable p rices for
gash only. Give me a call, and I will treat
y'ou right. Philadelphia ~aer Beer al
ways on hand from the eba firm of
Borger and Engoll. You ean fnda me at
all times at the Bar under the Winnsboro
Hotel, next, door to D. U Fleuniken's.
Call and see ute. 0. -OIMNDINING.
ake meelreyoa Men~
FIRE INSURAliCE 4GENCY
JA1EEI$ '%' LAW.
70 the Publido,
Why not insure your property? See
the cost of a per diem oxponsn:
Daily cost of insurinic $1,000 at 3 por
cent por annum is only 81 cents.
At 2j pOr cent. per annum is only 7
At 11 por cent. per ann um is only 4 o.
At I per cent, por annuun is oni] 2.
At -por cent. per annui is only 2 o.
At 2 por cent for :3 years is only 1.88 o.
At 14 por cent. for 3 years is ony 1.35 o.
At 1 per cent. for 6 years is only 0.8FS o.
At 2 por cent. for 5 years is only 1.1 0.
Dwellings in town or coanutry, detach.
ed, insgrable.at the following rates, viz.:
For one year j por coont.
For three years I j per cant.
For live years V per cent.
Brns and contents, giu houses. baled
cotton, storo houses, 4erobandijso, Wills
and churchos insurableat adequate rates.
I represent only tho very best compa
nics of long experivnuo an4 well establish
JAMES W, LAW,
nov 22--6m , Agent.
E respectfully call the attention of
the publio to our new lot of
Goods, and request an inspeetion of them
before purchasing Our goods have been
careful y select'ed, bought at bottom
prices, and will be sold as low as they
can be bought from anybody anywhere.
We would call ti attention of the
adies to our line of Cloaks, Dress goods,
Fancy Goods, Hosiery. ete. A very pret
ty assortment of Tieo And other Neck
Goods. Laces, Edgiigs, Frilling", etc. in
Our Gonts' Goods department is com
plete in overy thing.
In heavy goods, such as Jeans, Kerseya,
Flannels, Homespuns, Blankets, &c., we
are full up, at the lowest prices.
ShIOES! SHOES 11 SHOES III
Com and examino our Shoes before
buying. Call and see our stook, and we
will convince you that we sell goods as
cheap as anybody.
.W e are agents for J. & P. Coats'
Spool Cotton. and helding Bros. & Co.'s
Spool Silk-Now York Prices.
ot 7MeMASTER, BRICE & CO.
M. L. KINARD
OPPOSITE theo W11 ALEIt -IOUSE,
NAS received the largest stockc ol
Clothing that has ever beetn in Columbin,
and is selling a
Elegant Cheviot and English Casslmerc
Suits made in the lateost styles. Also, a
fine line of Soft And StifflHats, and a well
selected line of Over Coats, of.Fur Beav'.
era, Ulsters, Kersoys, an~d Meltons.
Call and Examine may stock before pur
MR. JAMES R. KENNEDY
is wIth the above establishment, and
would be pleased to see his friends when
in the city.
M. L. KINARD,
oct 4-3m Columbia, . .
Fine' Sterling Silver, Fancy Silvex
Plated Ware, Rich Walnut Clocka,
TOILET SE8 AND VASES,
A fresh assortment of. Jewelry in~
variety of style and quality, and
With Patent Safety B~urner8.
CONNOR~ & OHIANDLER,.
T H *n''''Igne'''ogs lee *9 infoini
I.his oustomeors and the #itbi o onr.
ally th t he is prepared1 to. give s~a o
tion to 1l1 whozaay favog 1(im with thoh
- H. 0. HUTCIESON
will, shave von witytJai~ollt.:-outint
dyeing aid sagSI in the latest a
most approved style, with
DIREGT TO PUREASERS!
Iivery Mai His Own Agent.
LUDDIEN & BAT.Ers
GRAND INTRODUCTION 8ALE.
F11e thousandi suior ) I astrimnents from . en
letlilg manutact ure s IIo be placlin rcpn
settative 0SouIhern homes ait frit-y rates for
inI-roduct ion und advertisetnft, Salo Inaugu
oated Nov. 1, 187H. an1d pi)vhi'g auch nn im
nW8ICns .9, will be e(.tinl t itu tiI No%. 1.
138'JThe only sale of Ithe kinde ( ver .4uwoo:itall b
carried out lin Anerica Don't tnia iis eilst, nel
to join a gigantie club of live thowtti'll pur
chasers, each of whom sce'arcs an 1:Istritntm
at ranufactuter's wholesale ce.
INFORMATION TO PU;RCiASEIRS.
Don't. Imake the inistak-I of sllyposin us to be
merely "lacal agents, setllI ig on ciainnt;slon "
Udl'erAtind a1r do fn'tfoiret it. t hat - FN of tlht
largest muaolfacturer. in Ameria lincluditig
Chiichering & Sonus. MN1'o & & amlin.
Hallet & Davis. Gu ild & Church.
Mathusbek Piano Co. Poloul)et & Pelton,
Southorn Gom Co. ISterling Orignn Co.
have appointed its their Soulthern Wlolesal
Agents and givenl us exclu-lve CtohrItol of t .I r
Itli,rUnents for the 80olth. Theso hmteufact ur
era supply Us, tuuler spect contraet, witih tihort.s
ands of instrtnimnits yearly at, only a mut je
cent. over primc coat or Manufacture. All idvax n
tagesgatied by our dllrec. contivtion wih
iatillfet.urers and our iunenise p0 zurchases we
give titrectly to purclmseri tnder our
NEW PLAN OF SELLING.
No Agents I No Commlssons Iiu .4"tienlts
shippeI from factory dieect, to purhaiser, alil
ild l'Ietlo InIn's proits saved. EvOry man111 hIs
own 1agen 1 an elltled to itgen's rateus. 'I'lT
Only house South sellig o.i this iew pl:r.
inywg fromt us Ia practlcally ljying from the
itunftl urei's, tild oUt' IPe-3 ILI li low a.
miouluaoturers ever give. Sco theso splal
1125 7 Oct. Ror,(Wood 9 810ps. 1. l*lidme
Carved legs. Cata- Wat Iltit ease. with (Vohl
loguie price, $525. 01r ll nent Ialt fin, 8357.
8155 TXi Oct. Rtose- 13 Stops. Three Sets
wood, large size. Carv- of re d. large s;ize, e.X-.
ed Legs, Serlientbile tI t(110tol)R I get e caeiv
PlInth. Cat. pra1e c $600. of rich design, 67 1.
8227 TX Oct. Squeare 18 Slop3. 'I luee% sets
Grand, extra I a r g e reeds, Supei'b ! Li or
size and ningulicelit- Top Frencl Wal t.
ly Ornamented case. nIrl lsil1 and 0oh1
Catalogue price, $100 Ornamentwd Ctse, 6,o,
All gunranteed Inst.rumnI.q from relable
nalers. Sold under ,dxc yea, -; pgran'e. Shipped
(iireit, from Iactory, or from Satitinah, If reJ
ferred. 1or tn1 dollars extra onl a puano or feour
(oll11rs on an olg.in, we asaoumo freIght to any
i. Rt. depot01 'r steamler 1(0nd n g Sou 0. lienit oin
1.5 days test trial, we pay freIgh t both ways If
not satisfaclory. Order and lest, In li our own
homne. Severest tests of comnpvetnet. miais
Invited, P'urchasers cholev froil ten leaing
nakers and two hiutndrel di iTerent s % log. Nye
caal rate-s to iriaehers, 'ehemi, ClihuerchaeZale ai)s'
tos. Sntia for Introdut Ilon Sale Circulargiviug
full Inforiuntion. Addrass
Iudden & Bates,
Wholesale Piano and Organ Dealers.
31PON -TED LIQUORS:
Otaird, D)upuy & Co.'s Cognae, Old
.Jamaica Rumn, Old (Golden Slacerry
WUine, Puire Hollnd ill.
Nathan's 1868 Cabinet Rve Whiskov.
The Pure Old Satratogal R'ye Whaiskey.
The Gibson & Co.'s XXXX Rye
'1Te Davwe Jones Kentuc liky Bolurboni
Th~e Hariper Kcnitucky' Rye Whiskev)
Old North Carolina t'orn Whiskey.
0O(1 New~ England Bumll..
Best Junxiper Berryv Gin.
0O(1 Blackberry' B rand~v.
Pure Julico Clifornia PortL Wino.
Clear Old1 Ginlger B~ranxdv.
Old North Carolina Aplel Brandv.
Pure Virginia Appie Brandv.*
North Cairolin PeacL'uih Br'dy(1.
Sweet Apple Cider.
Pure Crab Apple Cider.
A good assortinent of Planltation)
Blackwell's Genuinoe Smoking To
Five Grades Good Chewing TIobac
TEN TIEOUSAND) CIGA RS
Of Best Make.
The above goods are watrrantlted as
reprosented, and guaranteed to sulit
POR BALE LOW 3'Oa CAsh
By ~F.'W. HIABENICHIT,
Boar Town Hall,niear Paossenger Depot.
6'^***** i*""*u* o** tow, and. no
can I~ptal risked. You can givo the
siesa tial Without expnse. The-best 0)
prftlnit. over offore o thosO- WIllinw *'
Wr. You should try nothing 01lsfluti p
ge or youtrself What you oan~ do at the usiA
neest we QfO No room to 0i% la here. Yo1
. in~9j %tuo u the e0 ayur ~r
h 1 0r th 7y Work W0~ Ilfut j
lhlilcnOa~eD. P0 f~t Sp ilPTaWtas
UNTIL YOU e4
Seenmy tockueorn .are~ . w~ i
lownest,) a1nd) chentpost, a1cordingl
1ewn sulpply of Chromuor, Pictur'o Fra111
Made,, Mirrors, &c. Fu, Irniuro iiei
Lumber nd Laths for salie. I am
Factory. A'l rnt. r promptlly 'tted(
Wilion o'New? fImproved Sewiong Mach
R SC ISE''IW D
in workmnan.hzip in cqn-11 to a Chrono
ed a1 fist-c!laS11 Pium.. It recei Ve
nd Centennial Expostior S. .I Ei
othor mach in co. It en lu14acity in unli
IU.ACHINES iold in the United 8tatt
>Whersm. Tho VILSON MEIP'N.DINGi
of repairing WIT H OUT PATiIIN
400 JBROA1)VAY, NE'W YOR~K.
TUhe disifiro~f'~ featuresm of this~ spool
eotlc n are thait it jOis md from the very
8iEL AJ1TAND COTT'OK.
It i fliished Roft as the coltton froom
whiich it. i4 ml clo; it h1i4 no ~ w in-'.: 01r
LrI iticiail fluish to deceivo the eyes; it is
the 0trongest, Pi'imtst andl( mosI 1br~tio
Howvign thread ini thme imarket.; fot mna thino
:Owing i 115 1as no egal ; it 1.is woun on1
Thme Black is the most
eyer p)roducedl in spool cotton, being
lyed by a system pantemnted1 by ourselves.
Tho colors are dlyed by tho
NEWV ANILINIa PROVCESS
rc..lering thmeim so perfect aind br'lihant
ihat d ress-mavkers every wher use1.9 theLm
instad of 5owingfl ';iika.
A Gold ?~Medil wams awarded'( tiS sptool
cettoni at Paris, 1 87.8, for ''treat, st.ronmgth''
mid "'genomii excellenco" beinmg thme high
eat awavmrd given for spool cottenl.
WVo inviteo101 compnrison and rspectfully
ak ladica to give it am faur trial ani I conl
vinco themselves of itms supe~riority over
"oe be had at wholesalo and refallof
J. 0. BOA..
...ULL STOCK of the choiceSt and
most varied assortment of Geods
for the Holidays.
We invito the public's attention
particulatly to our
50 CENTS KID GLOVES.
These are extra ob~oap1 and wor th
an ear'ly inspection.
Ladies' Silk Scarfs and Ties, Ladies'
Harndkerchiofs in Boxes at the very
-. -T DEKII
odt.t fudi innsboro. A
ly repaliredl 1"" m10oerte p~liies.
wnoent for a Door. a:hI Blind
)1. to. Also,, "nlt for the WhIeeke
no, atl-. two Oth.
]I. W. PIULIPS
moliyto Wateh and as ciegntlyr Aiih.
'SOlFUT AtE Ohan
aitedt. Thorgii arox more WI~LSO
ise than two cmbiesalsol h
Itsor \atel, and as weogntly finish
ti igestoes gwar adt the Vitnao
yoN.l'-.VOVrT 10A.BIER than
Ited. rers al0 1rupoins, hILSON
a andr 10 couilef. Isgies Of all th
cTligMENT, fosh doing al fgin
the'1von caiEla with each thcehino.
ior prvtng atleiss copndk
ing th hi growtck candtrng
fonds effectala oderfabd
A.. HyS, M.,SttAsar
sitisiton y as puradcreul.o
Itetefor eenty rfac qualito and
Ionsremoites BEiT rEpsTin
for1( its ntended Iurposes.teha
c rlicg, 7on sensatiool reat
This tlegnc proertis ma bese
thled cailar tocangl o theilr normahe
biord fromtgr orany oter andesir-.
abl te hai, togrown orhlck, atong
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