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Yor lelillt. Martlagoa notioes, ,and
s apo annoutr.emlients of leathts, are pub
!lshed fres, and are sollicted. Liberal terns
Zr"'fr contract ivlvertiseinents.
It I1st as impossiblo to- run a
nowspap@F" Without capital as it is to
run a farm without labor. We havo
on our books subscribers who have
beon receiving the paper for several
years past without paying one cont
therefor. The paper changed ,ands
on the first of' January last, and under
the rules of the now management all
subscribers must' pay annually or their
papers will be discontinnied when the
time oxpires. We earnestly request
all parties who are indebted to come
up and settle before the first of Do
i comber. Sub.scribers owing for more
than tweJvo months with their bills
unsettled on that date will be discon
tinluei on our nooks. We desire every
man ni ti i+uu y to take.our paper,
but in return we expect them to pay
for it. Money may be sont by express
or by registered letter at our risk.
This is fair notice, and we mean busi
-v" "Y A! rltvorumeiaLn.
Notice to Creditors-J. R. Thomas,
'Atteutionl G. L. I.-C. M. Chan
-It Is time to begin to diet, as next
Thursday Is Thanlegiving.
-The Farmers' Association will
meet in the Court [1ouso to-day.
-The Rock 11111 herald reports
several robberies in that town.
--Fresh Soda Crackers every few
days. J. M. Beaty & Bro. |I
-.-The weathor for the past week
has been as baluly ae.sprirg and busi
ness was bright.
-Rubbers and Unibrellas for
every body. J. M. Beaty & Bro. |
-Every body ought to go up and
see what th'"Farmers' Movement" is,
to-day. We venture, Tiliman's tactics
*will not be sa.nctioned.
-T wo slight shocks of earthquake
were felt here on Friday, but owing to
tihe bustia of b)usiness many did not
*experience the senetation.
.Chickens, eggs. and especially:
turkeys are scarco oni this market.
We snlipose the turkeys are) hiding out
until after Tlianksgiving.
---McGowvan's Br'igade wvill have its.
tigtColumbia on Dcemiber 13.
*Companies C. and F., of th,is county,
will doubtless participate.
---A few Gents' Hand-.Sewed Shoes
at reduced prices. 3. M. Beaty & Bro.II
* -- Some of our young friends are
talking of' getting up a concert or
---theatrical entertainment of seome kin d
*for tihe amusement of citizens this
--Our ofice now has business enough
to supply four printers, but still more
could be done. Let your job orders
come in and they will receive pro.tnpt
* -Most of the merchants will close
their establishments on Thanksgiving
Day. Servics will be held in the
different churches or there may a union
service ini one.
--.Just received 100 pounds fresh
Pork Sausage at 150c per pound. J.-F?.
MiMAsTER & Co. - |
-Under its new management, we
~inderstand, that the Rock City Quar
ries are not only receiving larger
orders, but are \more competent to
meet them promptly.
-Our legislators are putting their
business in shape to go to the Legisla
ture Monday. Most of them will stop
at the sGrand Central, where their dear
*constittgents may address them.
-For tSugar, Coff'ee, Oatmeal Grits,
Flour, Meal, Hams, Shoulders, Buck
-w~heat, Canned Goods, Crockery, Can
dy, Tobacco, etc., 'call at Beatys'
'Corner Store, J. M. Boeaty & Bro. |
V -We woulti call attention to our
*corresponldenlts that thcey have been
* somewhat remiss in theIr commnica
*tions lately. Keep the county 3Yell
informned as to the events In each per
tionl of It.
* -Sweet potatoes are a drug on the
market, owing to tihe abundant crop
this year. One citizen from thec coun
try brought seventeen bushels in town
the other clay and carried sixteen
t bushels back.
- -This is about the time that .the
poet spoke of, "The,melancholy days
the saddest of the year." That poet
evidently didn't live in a cotton coun
-try, whoe the "melancholy days" are
the ones in which cotton and mfoneOy
beglh to materializo.
-W are recinested to state that
theure 'will be a hot supper given at Mr.
C, P. A. Broom's residence 0on Thanks
giving night, Thursday 24th Inst., for
the benefit of .Salem Presbytorian
Ohurch. The admIssion fee will 1)0
25c. All are Invited to attend..
.-40 again call'attentiotn of vIsitor
KJ to one.offce that the, compositors posi
*1 tivel,ca:Wot properly attend to' their
dties While sopio one reads ovet' their
yith their copy. Yo have called
attention to this before. Remember
-Our linformation is that in ome
parts of the county most of the cotton
has been gathered, while in others
fhrmors"are holding for higher prices.
As we believe, those holding are in the
mojority, and there aro still good times
ahead as it has been during the past
of the present season.
-Mr. J. M.' Elliott,. Sr., received a
letter on- the 18th inst., from the Fair
banks Standard Scale Company, of
Albany, N. Y., asking for quotations
on l.is gins in job ipts, for the purpose
of shipping them to Russia and Turke
stan. . We hope Mr. Elliott may strike
a trade with this 'ompahy. It shows
his glis have a good reputation away
-Let some one take up the "Ly
ceum" idea, advanced in our last.
Every body says it is a splendid idea,
and we want to see it successful. It
is an easy matter to do. Let a meet
ing of the- Mount Zion Society be
called to consider the matter imme
diately, as the winter months are the
best time for such entertainments.
-The Lancaster Ledger reports the
robbing of the store of Mr. W. J.
Johnston of that place. The porter
with an accomplice, by means of a
key diade by' himself, carried off a
considerable sum of money-all of
which was recovered. Mr. Johnston
is a citizen of this county at Blythe
wood, and has a branch store at Lan
PEnsONAL.-Miss Annie U. Pride,
of Rock Hill, is visiting the Misses
RELiIOUs NOTIoEs.-"-Preaching at
the Presbyterian Church to-morrow,
by the pastor, at 11 a. m. Sunday
school at 5C p. m.
TnE METRIPOLITAN FAsBION.-Tlhe
December edition of this popular
monthly magazine has been received.
Meesrs. J. M. Beaty & Bro. will.most
cheerfully present any one desiring
those sheets. Call early and be sup
TII[:M "Pusn" UxGAUs.-The "Push"
Cigar, sold by J. M. Beaty &; Bro.,
ccuas no pushing-it draws itself.
For a sweeet, delicious smoke try the
"Push." Undoubtedly it is the best
cigar ever brought to Winnsboro, as
we and - others who have tried it
can cheerfully testify. The News and
Herald ofilce, in toto, has experienced
the yleasurable sensation incident to a
DAvO SEwING MAOIINE.-Twenty
live New High Arm Davis Sewing
Machines -for sale by J. 0. Boag.
Simple in construction, are light run
ziing, greatest niumber of practical at
tachmnents for doing all kinds of work,
automatic action, made of hest mate
elalf less working parts thani any other
machine. WVill do a greater variety of
work than all other machines comn
blned. Pioneer and leading sewing
machine. Decorative art 'work. Every
machine soia on its own merits and a
guaranteo given. II
AID SooIETY.-The ladies of Winns
boro, agreeably to appointment, met
an Thursday afternoon1 and formally
organized the Mount Zion Aid Society,
the object of which was stated in our
last issue. The following officers were
President-Mrs. Jas. A. Brice.
Vice-President-Mrs. I. N. Withers.
.Secretary and Treasurer-Mrs. W.
The Society will have -regular meet
ings, announcement of which will be
made from time to time.
MILITARY BALL .AND RECEPTION.
One of the pleasantest anticipations of
this season is the ball and reception of
the Gordon Light Infantry, on Decem
ber 8th. At a meeting on Thursday
night the following committee was
appointed to supervise the ball and
issue Invitations, none of which will
be issued in town, for the re'asoni that
all home people are hereby invited
and expected to attend:
Licnt. J. IH. Cummings, chairman ;
Liout. J. W. Seigler, Serg. T. W.
Landerdale, Privates M. .W. Doty,
E. M. Wilson, S. B. Crawford and
A. M. Withers.
Th'le members expect to make this
one of the "most swollen~ of swell"
occasions, and every body in town
irrei:.cetive of dancing proclivities is
expected to be present and enjoy him
self or herself, for ample opportunity
will be given. This will be a fitting
dedication of their handsome armory
in the bank building, and it is an
occasion that will be ahxiously antici
pated by the many- friends of the
G. L. 1.'s at home and abroad.
The Verdict Unanimous.
W. D). SuIt, Drnggist, Bippus, Ind., tes
tinies: "I eani recommend Eectrie Blitters
ta the very best remedy. Every bottle
sold hia g~Iven relief in every ease. One
mnin tcoh six bottles, and was cured of
Rheutism of -tenm years' standing.
AbriaIn H1arc, Druggi st, Beilvillo, Ohio
affuims: "The best selling medicine I have
ev'- h-mndled in nlyi twenty years' expe
uienice, is IllectrIc 1Bitters." Tfhousaflids of
others haive added their testiony, so that
thb verdict is unanimous that Electric Bit
ters do cure all diseases of tihe Liver Kid
novs or Blood. Only a halt dollar a bottle
at~ MicMaster, Brice & Ketchin's Drug
WIig TIhinks This?
General Henry R. Jackson, in his
recent letter to ox-Senator Thurnian,
wrote some tilings that ought to be
taken home by those who think that
because the South lost in tihe War of
Secession, the voice of Southern, men
must never be ralsed in praise of
Southerni valor or Sonthern virtue, or
in fetmIaHan ot Mouthnen arannenr
lesrs. .Edtore: I notico iu the last
issue of your paper your reqhost to
persooe to give you an aceonut of the
crops of one horse farms. I will say
that Mr. Robert Stewart, liig in my
neighborhood, has already gathered
iom a one. horse farm, xtoen bales
of cotton and one hundred and fifty
bi shols of corn. He thinks he may
yet gather another bale of cotton.
Jennings,Noveriber 17, '87 u. c.T.
Tu Bxsr SALvE in the world for Cuts,
DruIos, bores, Ulcers, Salt Rheuni,,Fbver
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all Skint Eruptions, and posl
tively cures Piles, or no p ay reqouir. It
Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by McMaster, Brice &
A Wonan's Discovery.
"Another wonderful discovery has been
made and that too by a lady in this county.
Disease fastened its clutches upon her and
for seven years she withstood its severest
tests, but her - vital organ were under
mined and death seemet imminent. For
three months she coughed Incessantly and
could iot sleep. She bought of us a bottle
of Dr Kings s Iew Discovery for Con
sumption and was so much relieved on
taking first dose that she slept all night,
and with one bottle has been miracu
lously cured. I1er name is Mrs. Luther
Lutz." Thus write W. C. 1lamrick &
Co. of Shelby, N. C.-Get a free trial
bottle at McMaster, Brice & Ketchin's
Drug Store. *
Is Sonothing None of a Like to
Yet we know not when disease and its
ravages will attack us. -We neglect the
small things in life to grasp larger ones.
We nealect our health, which is the most
important factor to our comfort and happi
ness, and when It is gone what p asuro is
left us? We feel badly, languid sleepy,
but say its all right. "1 will feel better in
the morning." Morning comes, but the
germs of disease have been planted ; they
readily take rnnt and grow in the broken
down constitution. In place of feeling
better we feel more depressed and more
badly than we did the previous day. Pro
crastination is the thief of time; it is also
the thief of health, for by procrastination
we allow our systems to become thorough
ly poisoned with d isease, and once thor
oughly charged with malaria or the germs
of feyer it is no easy job to rid ourselves
of them. It is an established fact and
beyond dispute though that If we keep
lie liver healthy and in good order it is
nip ossible for disease to take hold on our
If you prefer a pill, try Dr. Gilder's
Liver Pills; or if a liqui( preraration,
11111's Hepatic Panacea. They both re
move the excessive bile from the system,
tone up the stomach to healthy action,
build up the broken down constitution,
and if taken according to direction, it is
impossible for disease to take hgld on us.
* McMASTER, B1RICE & KETCIIIN.
ATT1ENTION Z G. L. .
A 'TEND regular meeting of your Com
pany lia Town Hall on l[onday eve
ning, November 21, at 7% o'clock.
U. M. C1IANDLEI,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ALL parties having clains against
the Estate of Mrs. Annie .
Hunter will present them, duly -at
tested, t,o the undersigned; and all
parties indebted to said Estate will
make payment to me.
FOR THE BLOOD.
Cuticura Rosolvent, P. P. P., Mc
Lean's Cordial, Brown's Iron flitters,
8. S. 8., Mrs. Joe Person's R(emedy,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla, B. B. B., Extract
8arsaparillIa withi Iodide, Hlarter's Iron
MoMASTERI, BRiICE & KE~TCH1IN.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
couNrY OF RICDLAN~D.
IN TIIE COURT OF COMMON. PLEAS.
John L. Black, Plaintiff, vs. John HI.
Mill et ali., Defendants.
pDURSUANT to the decree of the
ICourt aforesaid, duly rendered
in the above-entitled cause, I will
oiler for sale, at public outcry, at the
depot in the town of Ridgeway, i"air
fld Counity, on SATURDAY, THlE
TENiTH DAY OF DECEMBER next,
at three o'clock in the afternoon of
All that piece, parcel and tract of
land, situate, lying and being in Fair
field County, containing about
EIGHTY (80) ACRES;
bounded on the north by lands of
J. HI. Miller, on the east by lands of
Mrs. Bulow, on the west by lands of
Mary P. Black, and on the south by
TERMS OF SALE:
One-half cash, balance on a credit
of one year, with Interest from day of
sale, secur-ed by bond of the p ur
chaser .and inortgage of the premisea,
with the privilege to the purchaser of
paying all cash, itf he so desire.
JOHN T. SEIBELS,
Master for Richland County.
15th November, 1887.
FOR L1VER, STOMACH AND
Simmons' Hopatic Compound, Shn
mons' Liver Regulator, ,H. H1. P.,
Merrel's Hoepatino, Calisaya Tonic,
Colery Bitters,- Apossia, Seven Barks,
Smith's Liver Tonic, Compound Es
sence of Popsine, Tropic Fruit Laxas
five, Poi,ular Liver and Kidney Cure,
Jacob's CordIal, Extract *of Btuchu,
Warner's Sale Caro, llarter's Elixir
of.Wild Cherry, Blackberry Cordial
Seltzer Aperient, Sprudel Salts, Sal
Muscatelle, Essence of Ginger, Hun
MoMASTERt, BRICE & KETCIN.
uso snd for DOG nUYRns'
o0 ongwvn fdiffoe, byea
rieest. wot,and where to
for fliens Alo uts of Do
U COME, C QUICK, B
any color and quality you wait
Don't fail to come and examini
on the mar ket.
Prices cut all to pieces on
S' Please pay what yot
TfE WINNSBONO BAR.. -
.W.NNNBOR ), S. C.
Office in buildingof WinnsboroNational
A. S. DOUGLA33,
ATTORNEY AND CobNsULLOR AT LAW.
No. 0 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices in the State and United States
H. N. OnEAn. 'W. C. RION.
OBEAR & RION,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Nos. 7 and 9 East Washington bs.
INX.Roo, 2. C'.
Offices same as occupied by the late Col
James IlI ion.
J E. MCDONALD, C. A. DOUGLAS
Solicitor Sixth Circuit.
McDONALD & DOUGLASS,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Nos. 3 and 4 Law Range,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Practices in all the State and United
W. L. McDONALD,
ATTORNI;Y AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
WINNSBORO, S. C.
Ofnice u p stairs in Tun NEws AND 11E:n
JAS. GLENN McCANTS,
ATTO RN EY-AT - LA W,
No. 1 LAW RANGE,
' WI N N SB OR O, S. C.'
3arPractices in the State and United~
E. B. RLACGDALE. G. \V. RAosDATLE
ATTORNEYS AND CoUNSErLLORS AT LAW,
No. 2 L~aw Range,
W IN NSB OR O, S. C.
OSMUND~ W. BIUOIKANAN,
AT TORNE~Y-A T-LA W, ..
No. 7 LaWy Range,
W IN N SB.O RO, S. C.
Practices in all United States and State
Courts. SpecIal attention to corporation
and insurance lawv.
T OEwho use water from wells or
mltrs oug ht to have one of m
WATER' ELEVATORS AND PURI -
FIERS.'' Come to me and look at my elr
I keel) on hand every quality of Machine
Oil, and Axle Grease.
I can furnish Engines and Cotton Gins
and Presses of the, best make.
It is my business to furnish farmers with
anything they may need of the best quali
ty and atfair prices.
Mr. John G. Gladden will always be on
hand to repair Cook Stoves and sharpen
Gin Saws In the best manner.
To RAISE SUPPLIES FOR THlE MUNIOI
PAL YEAR 1887-8.
1. Bie it enacted and ordained by
the Intendant -and Wardens ' of the
Town of Winnsboro, S. C., in Coun
cil met, Th.at for the purpose of r'ais
lng supplies for the year commencing
April 1, 1887, and ending March 81,,
1888, a tax for the sums and in~ the,
manner hereinafter mentioned be
raised and paid into the treasury of
the said town for the use andi service
thereof, that is to say, two and one
half mills ad 'talorem upon every
dollar of the value of all the real and
personal property within the corporate
Ilimits of the town of Winnsboro; two
dollars to be p aid by every male in
habitant of said town between the
ages of sixteen and fifty years, In lieu
of. working on the streets of said
2. All taxes asseasecd and payable
under this Ordinance shall be paid In
the, follow hjg kind of funds and no
other: Gold and silver coin, United
States currency and National Blank
8. All taxes assessed herein shall be
due and payable between the 15th of
November and the 15th of December,
1887, inclusive; and all taxes remain
ing due and unpaid on th6 15th of
Deceiber, 1887, shall, be collected by
distress or otherwisd, as noW provided
by law, together' wit#h all lego costs.
Done in Conil this the 28th day of
f. October, A. D. 1887, under
[.s.J thd cot'porate seai of said
J. I. CUMMINGS,
-Attest: L 1W. Wirmniune,lek
FOUND THAN THOSE LA
THAT D. A. HET
SHARP, AND DON'T B
. Prices always as cheap as tl
vU ARE THINKING :
and price Hendrix's PURE '
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS and
owe D. A. HENDRIX.
NEWS. aid HR
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SAMPLE COPY ON APPLICA TION
Having increased the force
of our Job Department, we.
arc now prepared to execute
all kinds of job work neatly,
upon the shortest notice, and
at the lowest possible figure.
We will gladly furnish price
list on application, and guar
antee that you will find the
same as 1ow, if not lower, than
any other establishment of the
kind in the State. Send in
0IIO WE NO. 1 AND 2 MAOK
ERELj, FAT AND JUICY.
'Self-Raising . Buckwheat,
and .Oatmeal fresh by the
package, Thurbers and Cook's
No. I Salmon, New Canned
Peas and Corn.
SECOND ARRIVAL OF
New Crop Raisins and -Cur
rants, Maillards Sweet Choco
late, New Crop New Orleans
Mvolasses, Choice first of the
Season Flo? ida Oranges, One
Box New Evaporated Apples,
with great many other Goods
all. of .which will be sold at
the lowest dash price at
TEST SHADES AND STY:
MRIX HAS JUS'I
SLOW ABOUT IT, AND '
3F BUYING BLANKI
VOOL BLANKETS, the che
South Carolina Railway Company
COMMENCING SUNDAY, JUNE, 14,
1887, at 0.10 A. M., Passenger Trains
will run as follows, "Eastern time:"
TO ; ND FROM CHARLESTON.
Depart Columbia.. 0.50 a, m. 5.33 p. m,
Dne Charleston....10.35 a. in. 0.45 p. m.
WEST (DAILY). .
Depart Charleston. 7.00 a. m. 8.00 p. m.
Duo Columbia.....10.4b a. In. .45 p. m.
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
a. m. a. In. p' m. p. m.
Depart Columbla...6.50 7.45 5.00 5.33
p. in. p.1i11. P. III p), in.
Due Camden......12.52 12.52 7.42 7.42
WEST (DAILY SUNDAY EXCEPTEI).)
a. in. a. mi. p. m. p. m.
Depart Camden....7.45 7.45 3.30 3.30
a. in. a. Mi. RIll. p) H1.
Due Columbia.....10,25 10.45 ,30 9.45
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbia... 6.50 a. in. 5.33 p. mt
Duo Augusta......11.40 a. In. 10.25 p. in
Depart Augusta... 6.10 a. m. 4.40 p. in.
1)uo Columbia.....10.45 a. m. 9.55 p. in.
Made at Union Depot, Columbia, with
Cailumbia & Greenville Railroad by train
arriving at 10.45 A. M and departing at
5. 33 P. hi. Also, with L. C. & A. Railroad
by same train to and from all points on
asengers take Brdakfast and Supper at
Branchvlllio and Columbia Depot.
At Pregnalls to and from all points on
Eutawvillo Rairoad. At Charleston with
steamers for New York, Jacksonville and
points on St. John's River on Tuesdays
and Saturdays; with Charleston and-Savan
nalt Railroad to and from Savannah and
points In Florida daily.
At Augusta with (eorgia and Central
Railroads to and from all points West and
South. At lilackville to and from points
on Barnwell Railroad. Through tickets
can be purchased. to all points South and
West by a plyintg to
UNION DEl'O'l, Agent, Columbia, S. C.
.IO.iN I3. 'ECK', Geuneral \lamnager.
Charleston, S. U.
JN~O. S. REYNOLD;;
COMMEnICIAL hANK IJUILDINO,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
ProEAmpt attention given to the transac
lonI of buinliess in the State and1( Fed0orali
Ucurts o1f South Caiolina.
Owing to the unnsual strinmgenc)
people generally have practiced
in all branches of trade. The g<
has felt the pressureowith theoresl
we feel gratified that our buslne
our expectations. Now that the
the reaction has come, and knov
PEOPLE WILL HAVE
In anticipation of this we have
usual. We expected to sell th<
assuredly dolng it
AT OUR L(
Now we want to give a timely s
thoroughly acquainted wilth our
'give our undivided attention te
from beginning has been Small
fail to try our honse8.
DRY GOODS A
Ini Dress Goods 'and Dress
bought heavily and did well wvl
to do more this fall in that ihm.
to clear them out. HlandkeohTe:
we have over handled. HIosiery
prices wo leave to the deeisic
Goods, Damask, Napkins, Doyll
ings, Blieaching at bottom flgure
Whito Flfmecls, Calico, Giug hami
Do you know that there is as'
* there Is in pie-crnsts. You go
cents for a poor dinner, while a
good one. As a rule you say i
.the beat, because it was better
with shoes; you can't make goe
Hlaven't you often been tempi
* that looked as well as hIgher pr
want to put your money Where
our advice and buy nothing bi
suchu as found at the Corner 8t<
will thank us for the suggestie
trading With u s, we hate noti
them in our store overy time i
DIN G t ikS1333 hrN)
OU CAN GET ALMOST
apest all-wool io-4 Blanket
WILL DO THE WORK OF ANY $5 PLOW.
XX BRIGHT ENGINE OIL,
60 cents per gallon.
)0 cents per gallon. Cheaper and
better than tallow.
HEATING STOVES GREAT
A lot of fancy Baskets at cost to
,lose out. Tinware, Wood ware, Hubs,
Spokes and linus.
J. HI. CUMMINGS.
name on a package of 0OFJEZ is a
guarantee of excellence.
COFFEE1 is kept in. alvatfi*aolas
stor'es from the Atlantio to th4 Paoilo.
is never good when exposed to the air.
Always buy this brand in hermetically
sealed ONE POUND PACKAGES.'
for the last few seasons, the
economy in their purchases
morai merchandise business
.Considering the situation
ss has held its own beyonCd
times are better, we feel that
NEW FALL GOODS.
Illed our shelves fuller than
se goods of course, and are
W P RI CE S.
uggestion to all who are not
way of doing business. We
> our work, and our motto
Profits, Quick Sales. Don't
ND l\OTION S.
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ed to Invest in oheap shoes
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