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E. H. AULL, EDITOR.
"TUE CROSS STANPS BY THE CIES
The following editorial in the Char
leston News and Courier so clearly,
terseloy and happily expressesour own
thoughts on the Gracco-Turkish situa
tion that we introduce it with much
pleasure into our editorial column:
"It is a remarkable thing that at the
close of the century all the Christian
Powers of Europo are arrayed against
the Christian Kingdom of Grecce in its
desperate struggle against Turkey.
All Islam Is to be callod to arms to sub
due the Greeks, and te. Christians are
supporting the hordes of Mahomet.
The Christian Powers which permiitted
the massacre of tens of thousands of
Armenian Christians without even so
much as a protest, stand ready now to
permit, indeed to aid and abet, time
Turks Ii their warfare against, the
Greeks. When the Christians in Cret a
revolted against the atrocities 0
Turkish rule, it was the guns of Chris
tian war shlps, led by the British Cam
perdown, that carried death and de
struction to the insurgents. And these
same Christian war ships lie close at
hand to overawe the Greeks in their
unequal but gloriou; struggle, and to
aid the Turks if need be. There has
been nothing more shameful in the
history of so-called Christion civilizat
"I'hie Greeka are mnaking a magnii
cent fight. The sympathy of the ChrL -
tian world, outside of di)lomnatie cir
cles, is with them, -ut the heavy guns
are on the side of Tiurkey. What the
Greeks should have besides sympathy
Is money and mien. Hoth siotild be
given freely by the Christianl world.
What the oUtcom11o of the struggle
would be, but for the Christian Powers,
it is hard to say. The conditions are
favorable for revolts in man,y of the
Turkish provinces. Servia is begin
ning to show its teeth, Bulgaria and
and Rotimania will have to 1 reckoned
with if the contest is not speedily
ended, and the Czar of all the Rtussians
may yet find that it would serve his
purposes of conquest best, if he should
extend a helping hand to (Grcec. The
breaking up of the European "'concert"
would probably restilt in at geural war,
bnt the ''concert," against the Gjreeks
should in the interest of hmmanity id
right be destro ed.
"If all Islam11 is to; be called to arms t.o
save the Turk, all Clhristendomn shoi
join in a protest that. will be heard and
heeded by the Christian l'owers."
COTTON VS. CORN.
The smaller crop of cotton of 186.5 (1,
than the larger ono of 186-4, owing t.o
the drought, brought more money by
$30,000,000. This was an object lesson,
possibly of Providential intent, to
teach the cotton planter a salutory les
son. That it is the mininmuin crop
which brings the maxiimm price, and
the only way the farmers can get, out,
of the rut of poverty and distress.
One-half the land now devoted to
cotton would, if converted to graii,
meat and food supl)lies, generally,
soon make the farmer indepti(
ent of the lien which takes nearly all
lie realizes from h is cott on crop.
Of the thirty places throughout, the
world that tried to break down A meri
can cotton culture during the war,
they have all signally failed. There
is not a zone or belt in the vorid that
can p)roduce a cotton equal to our
American strict middling. Itemem
her that, there is but one cottomn belt of
great value and that is between the
Gulf of Mexico and the Blue Itidge
It is cour Southern inheritaince of
priceless value. The only cotto.n belt,
which prodiuces the longitudin.1 fibmrc
which the mills of the: world hmust have
to mix with t.l. short er cottons of other
zones-India, E'gypt, etc.
Knowing this, we should have nmo
fear that competition from any source,
because of our smaller cotton area, caii
ever drive us from the cot ton supre'
macy of the w%or'ld.
Cotton is King and dwells in Ameri
ca, and it is time that they who culti
v'ate it should be enriched by it, and
not be mere vassals in his r'ealm.
AN APPEAL TO CHRIIISTIAN WvOMEN.
The women of Greece, mIaidlens and
matrons alike, have made a toucbing
and thrilling appeal to their sister.,
around the world for their active sym
pathy-thoir tears and their prayers to
heav'en in their behalf in this dark and
dreadful hour of mneds grievous af'Mie
tion. The C'retans have many times
sought to escape the iror heel of the
Turkish oppressor, andl always found
refuge and an asylum in Greece. It is
a very key-note of agony w ith them
now-almost of despair, and yet the
Grecian women appeal with dignmity
and heroism in their own and theim
THlE ORSEAT WVESTERSN FLOOD1
By complarlson, just think of the
State of South Carolina b)eing covered
with water from the mountains to thi
sea to a depth of from four to ten feet.
and we shall have anm approximate idem
of the situation. It is even grecatem
than that. It is estimated that ther<
are about 16,000 square miles 40,0(
farms, on which dwelt mor-e than 350,
000 people, entirely submerged witl
millions of dollars worth of farm pro
duets, cotton, corn, etc. W'hat applalli ng
desolation and destruction.
THE STATE PIJESS ASSOCIATION OUT
Maj. Atull left Newberriy Saturda;
night for Chattanooga, Look Out Mcun
tain and Nashville, and will roturi
Wednesday morning. Hie went to effee
arrangements for qjuarters for t,hm
members of the press association. Maj
AuII thinks th it the round tipy cai
easily be made for twenty dollairs, o
perhaps a little less, coverig every rec
quisite incidental expense, includinj
the Pullman sleeper.
ZMo wishes all who nae going, -a e
peolally those who will take the Pull
man service, to apprise. im as
son an possible. Maj. Aull 'has taken
an abiding interest in this labor of love
for his brothern of the fourth estate.
in this connection we are pleased to
state that Mir. Harris of the now fai
ois Lithia Spring is making amplband
splondid preparations to entertain the
gentlemen of the press.
'Trumps from Various Q.rtcre.
Are they not delightful-these beauti
ful spring days. A good timic to plant
spring pdets, Mr. Il'ditor.
Well, wo live seen and ieard Bill
Arp. There is nothinlg extiaordiliary
in his appearance--nothing to draw
youtr attention except possibly the
knowledge that it is Bill Arp. le is a
typical old 011time southerner inl specech
and m e111rlews. He pr-onounces a-r-e
like air, like all old-timers. Jtdging
by his ap)eitraciie hte is enjoying very
good liealtli. He talks like he writes.
He is of mediumI height ItId weighs, as
near Its we Can guess, in the Ieighibor
hood of 175 lbs. lie wears short chin
whiskers and a nalot moustache over' it
handsome mouth. Ills face runs way
back to the back side of his head; that,
is, we mean to say, Ie is bald headed.
lowever, tiis does not, soil his looks.
Ile may live a long time but, Ie will
neveir have many gray ' airs on hlis
head. lie is not a widower. -10 is the
only original and genuline "Cheicideally
pnre" IBill Arp ill the world. I e c m
rares the earth and its inhabitants to a
pse'nger t.ryin anld says that all infidel
passengers should get. offl and walk in
st(ea(l of statying whe 1 ley are not,
wienlted. IIi4 I1:vtllro laitOTuesdatynih
wit I Pditor Aull and Ievs. (reighton
and Me( inlock, visited the ('Clilege on
Wednesday llolling. At the close of
hlapel serv;,Cs "lill"t gave the hoys
It good taLk, cantioninIg themli agailist
tle vommullon errol of 1111rrying 0through
life and trying to get all their know
ledge from lbooks. He end svored to
1npress ulponl thei the iil.artanlce of
priatical knowledge, wliel is ioe
often obitined bly personlal obse-lvatiol
of smatlll tihincgs tiai I)y knowledge ob
tained exclusively from hooks. lie was
Wvho knows how mu11ci full a fellow
caln have with at sot. of false mustalice
and at flexible favc mnw that enti the
made aIIds01m1e (?) or ugly aIt, will.
The undersigned can tell you loIs along
thiis line, for we have a set. I lst.
Timirsday evening we Iit, th,eni inl our.
)oet(,et anld went, on a visit tc some rel
atiVeS antid f'ienIds inl St. Pl'hili ps comi
muiy. WVe Spoent Thursday n1igh11t,
and ividay witli tihe hospitable family
of Mr. Wailter Kooln. Fdlaiflly after
nloonl our. friend I and "we" went, fisl
ing ol Cannllo's Creek. It cauglit live
little minnows, at 4.r-awlish, and fell in
to til creek toIm ot. Ile at-temte14d lt
eross tit creek on a ded willow tree
that. as lyingacross th s'tr . h'le
tree broke, ke'slosh' he hit the hot
toml) of tlie ei'e'k Wit.h both feet. TIhl
watert wits deep enlolugh to rn.11 over the
topl oif his slhoes but lhe jtulped (lit lie
for'e the wvateir ha~d time tll runl in. We
walkedt on a litt le furit her anid "'junped"
a little younhg rahi t. It and "'we'' tootk
after' hima. The undi(iersignied tr'ied
mnigh ty hiarid t.o catch himt and like tol
have run overCl oilrlself in the atttempt,
for' every'L tme wo woould teach down to
plick imi til we wut'iildi11( indmuh to our1
surprllise thiit lhe was ino t there bunt
somiewhiere else. H-Ie got away a way
that we dol not know ainythling about.
Th'le ulndet'si gned fishied some morel' atf
ter' that bu1t we d id not i'atch any Ii sh
the whioie evev inlg.: t here fore, we econ
fesis that our' fr'ien 111 is thle ibet ter
lishera'ni. for lhe cau ght tivye to om-ii
none.We gt so lli ighity strlong
bites though. if thii ('l liut s for'h lny
thin g. for t he muosq uitoes hit like furly.
Ther'e are'i mtos jIuitoes in1 those swampsi
as big as the A mer'ieani iKagle on a silI
ver' (101liar, arro'ws and shiield not ex
len'agt h glad to get a way fromi the hiumIl
antd twang of such i i bs y life. l-'riday
evenC in g we turntIed u p on thle preai ses
of NIrI. TI. N!. K inard, with false mus11
tache adjutst- d, c'oat collar' ttned uip,
anad hat lullled down. I overl (1111 ('yes.
Wi'e played~ lrazy' man tol pertfc't in by'
looking arounId, peepiing and1( dodlginlg
abouct un11t il we got Alr. K pr'etty well
w rought1 up with ei xc(it emlent, whlen we I
g rahbbed ia lu and) ruo ltshecd toIwards
him. lie holleted to NIlts. K to1 br'inhg
him the pistol. Ile maiide somei blood
cturdli ng thr eat s as tie re'treatedh. At
lat, being ent irely unarmellid tand thiink
ing; 'hat lie was facing a lunat ie, lie
seized a scanttllng and( got r'eady for
buijness. At this juncliture'1 for' obv ious
i'eausons we tholught it best to drop01 the
curItain. We zeceord(lingly took otT otur
disguise and laughed foi' atlI we were
worth. U nele K tiriedl to laulgh too but
it was a miighity sickly aittemlpt. Wec
helped him to lant somec cottoni theo
nex t (lay anod hiis waiter melon patchi abh
soII ih'rder tol get biack on the good
side of him. We got back.
On Sundoay afterntoon we littended
ftuner'al serl v' lees att St. l'h ill ip's church,el
w''here' the body oIf NI rs. J1anei Lomiin ick,
wife of Mlr. F"ranik L omuinick, was lii
to irest. Thle lar'ge itssembihly oif peole
bore evid~ec (of the high esteelin it
which she was held by aull 11er friends
We reCturn'ed to Newheri'y Mlond a
moi'ning feeling that our1 trip had beer
benelieial to us and1( the Cannon's Creel
mosquitoes If to no one else. ih! WVha
Is that you say, ('hips?
Supyof cotton atid garden Hoes
Shovels, Forks, Plows, IIcel Sweeps ami
other agricultuiral imnplem'eits at
t3t WmI. 'Johnson's HIardl warie Stor'e.
MYEUS' $ENTE.NCE vOMrmUTED.
The Governor Takes Action ii the Coaso
Why Ho-'Did It.
[lh Stute, 22d.]
Yesterday morning Governor tMlera
bo heard all the paruls Interested in
the case ,of Frank, Myers, the negro
who was under sentence to pay the
death penalty for lucendiarisn in
Georgetown tomorrow. Solicitor Wil
son, who has been working in Myers'
heijalf, and the ownr of the burned
property, along with several others,
who wished to see the negro hanged,
mado statements before the Govo-nor.
At the hearing it was developed that
the chief confession which the negro
is liaid to have Imlade Wias wrung from
hiui while his Captors had a rope
around his neck to intiniilato him.
When Governor ENlerbe announced
some time ago that he would not inter
fore nothing was known of this. He is
convinced now that had this fact been
pi0esented to the jury at the trial, a
verdict. with recommendation to mercy
would have been rendered. Taking
this view of the case lie promptly com1
mluted the un fortunate negro's sentence
to life imprisonment in the peniten
Practically very Iperl in thi State
has spoken editorially on this n.atter
and they have been untnimous !in urg
ing the Gove'n(or to comillulte tho son
tence ats anll itet of common justice to a
Quinine and other fe
ver medicines take from 5
to 10 days to cure fever.
Johnson's Chill and Fever
Tonic cures in ONE DA V.
"A NE.V I1.:(2' IN 'IiIl' W'T."
I 1)1?1 H, Fe4.14m s ( Crop,H in inilsn 'rerrl
tory W'amlacd A wa.v
Dallas, Texas, A pril 25..- A special to
the News from llfailla, Indian Terri
tory, says: A series of cloudbursts,
heavy winld and rainl stolmlis ocCuIr'ed
inl and arouid lf1'ufaula last night aid
extended over ablout. 100 S(Iuare miles of
ter1-itor v. The rain, wihi fell in] tor'
Ionts, va,s the leaviest, for fifty years.
il houm's, foeces anild Crops were
'lh North1 ('aal dianli IItilroa(l bridge
is.- so badlY diuniged tit nio trains canl
cross it. and it, enot he repalired for
24 hour-s. 'I'lie southbound passenger
t rainl had svtrely passed it at. 9:45 last.
night. when the south endI gave way.
Man iy trails are tied uip at this point,
anld there is a series of wash-outs for
t wenty m1ies 1thatt, are imupassable. The
danil1oge to4 crops is heyonld estimate.
Nearly VeV :Lcre of ground for many
ilikes ill all dil-etions will have to be
replantod. Nhiny farms are under- wa
ter. S-veratl covered wagons floated
down thl , uh (S'ml Calnadian rive this
mo rni ; i i co mpaied by sima ll houses
and(1i house'holdif2 ien iur '. All ferry
boa115 tsiae waishied atway and1( commiiuinica
t.ion) eut (Ilf. So far no ( news oft loss of
li f.' has bleen riceid '. A cyclone
pa:ssed abhout ive iiles south of Eufau
hit, dest toying houses and killing cat
tie, b)2 utul loss catnnot be ascertained
at thIiis hiouri. Thei ri ver's arc no0w fall
Why take Johnson 's
Chill & Fever Tonic?
Bcca use it cures the
rnost stubborn case
of Fever in ONE DAY.
(CO' im & COMIPANY'S 811OW.
Ti'me CanvassH Crowecti to fit Capocity Each
'ooper & C.o's United Railroad
Sh:ows will exhibit (It A bbeville for two
days. beginning Monday, May 3rd, and
%I ay 4hth. Tlwo per'formuatces dially, af
teroo andOil 2( nilght. Location: Aliston
lot. next to 11 ill's stabile. Admission
reduceed to 10 and 20 cents tot' every
"'ooper' & (o's. poiplarI pri'ced
show'('i drew~ 11 p)heniomelC(1ly lai'ge crowd
latst night aIt thir 1'openilng per'form-l
aniees. Theii pav'illioni at B3aiton and
S'ice sit'i'ets wa paced to its uitmost
c!apaclity. and the v'erdiict of everyone
is thait, the sho0w surpasses5C ini mUerit
imiany (If thet. hiigh pricecd circusses that
have showin here. TVhe right features
arle extraord'i 1iary, and1( the acr'obatic
feats wuere repeaditedl,y applauded. 'rie
tr'oupe or .1 Lpanese5 1s one of the fea
turies of t he show.
" E'ver'y th ing goes with adash and( v'im
that is pleaIsinlg, showvinig to tihe best
ad vanta2ge every perflormanltlce, and1( not
oveloo(2k ing the won1der'ful intelligence
of thle triainled hor'Hss and1( tr'ick mules.
All in al11 the pierformnlilce'1 istertaIin
ng. Iinstrucitivye. and1( aini~ig.'"
A fr'ee blloonl atscensioni in tihe after'
nJoonIs, with piaralebute jlup. F"ree for
For)2 sale by Ii. C. Matthews, New
bos'ry, S. C. t.
Miss MYara Parloa
1i(d mit ted( to be a leading A meri
cani huthio':ty on cc,oking; and
a good1 stock for the foundation of
souIps, sautces9 and1 lrfany other
thinig', and22 the best stock Is
Extract of Beef."
1010 of MiBs Paloa's reipe.
ie'ut gratis by Dauchy & Co.1
27~ Park Place, New York,
Goblen'as Xrolea Salve.
The beet S3lve fi the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sorep; Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores. Totter, Ch pped Hand
Chilblains, Corbs, a;d a3 9kin Erup
tlons,.and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect matisfactiou or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Rouertson & Gilder.
Market to Rent.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the stalls in the public mar-,
ket, will be ronted to the ilghest bid
dors on Monday May 3rd, 1897, at 12
o'clock mi., in front of said market.
Rentes will be required to give ap
By ordor of' Council.
"' C. A. BOWMAN,
t&f. 2t clerk of.council.
A LL PESONS ARE PROHIBIT
C_Xed by law from hauling sand from
the public highways, and any person
or persons caught so doing will be
prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
J. M. SCHUMPERT,
Notice to Land Owners
A LL LAND OWN I RS AND TEN
ants of lands are hereby notified
that they ''shall romovo from the run
ning streams of water uponl their lands
all trash, trees, rafts and timbers dur
ing the months of May and August of
each year." Tiis law will be enforced
andiJand owners and tenants of land
Will -lea.e attend to this notice as pro
vided by law at once.
JNO. M. SCHUMPERT,
t. 2t. ounty Supervisor.
Notice to Overseers.
A L~L OVICRS1ECRS OF PUBLIC
roas' are herety no(illed to call
out the hands on their roads and put
their respective roads in good condition
and make report to the County Super
visor by May 1st, 1897. Also report
tools on hand and iII custody of each
overseer. JNO. M. SCH UM PhRT,
March 30, 1897. Supervisor.
HERE WE ARE
THAT WE M\AINTAIN
OUR POSITION AS -
LEIDERS OF LOW PRICES,
1st. We sell good Green
Coffee at 10c per.lb.
2nd. We sell Soap (better
than Octagon Soap at 2c.
3d. We sell New Orleans
Syrup at 25c. per gal.
4th. We sell Mahogna Mo
lasses at 15c. per gal.
5th. We sell Newberry Mill
Shirting at 3c. per yd.
WHEN WE CUT, WE CUT TO
For one week only this fun shall last.
Strictly for cash and exclusively for
*0. KLETTN ER,
Positivety the best of theml all!
'Will be WlIth YOU 80011!
'Wait for it!
Cooper & Co.'s
United - Shows.
Honestly conduceted. H-onorably
pre sented. Truthfully ad vertised. Will
exhibit at Newberry, 8. C.. two days
only, commencing Vednesday, May
5th. Two perfornmances daily, after
noon and niight. Location West Main
street, neatr depot. AdmIssion reduced
to 10 and 20 cents for every body. ThIe
FFJTDR SIIOW of ANERICA,
A n eclipse of all former amusement
enterprises. Triumuphantly ad vanging
upon an overwhelming tide of superla
tIve endlorsement by an applauding
press and a satisfied public.
A BALL63N ASCENSION
In the afternoons, with parachute
jump, free for everybody.
BOYS' AHB CIIILDREN'88UlITS
A lot of Boys' Suits, age 14
to 19, marked dowvn to close
foriner prioo $7.50 to $1 1.50,
now $4.50 to $6.75.
A lot of Children's Suits,
age 4 to 13 -$3.50 to $G.75,
now $2.00 to $3.50.
W'These are great bar
gains fo"r spot Ccsh only.
0. M. Jamieson,
The Newberry Clothier.
Spring is coming on
Is on hand, ready with . the. nob
biest anid nicest and natest line
f Olothing and Gents' Furnish
ings ever exhibited in whis market.
No old stock to be run off at and
below cost, but our goods are nQw
and fresh and are marked close,
and our motto is short profits and
qjuick sales. Our.
AMOE AND II4T LINE
is superb, and qan scarce be ex
-elled. The latest in everything
,nd strictly . up to date. No
brouble to show you what we have.
Dall and examine for your own
3atisfaction, and if our goods and
prices don't convinc'e you that we
ire the people to sell you
ind everything in our line, why
Aen you don't know a good thing
when you see it.
Yours to please,
The greatest line of Oxfords mn thot
All the latest styles, shapes and
The best custom made Oxford ever
seen at $1.00, easily worth $1.35.
Thile ian eye-opener to money sav
ing shoe purchasers..
We have also the celebrated
in a splendid line of styles, from $1.50
to $2 75.
If yon value money come and secure
your shoes from
0. M. JAMIESON,
THE SHOE HOUSE OF NEWBERRY.
notified that~ no pay will be allowed for
paupers after 1st of May, 1897, who arc
not inmates of the Home.
JNO. M. SCITUMPERT,
t. 1t. County Supervisor.
WILL SE~LL ATr NEWBERIRY
C.H,on the first Monday, the 3d
(lay of May, 189)7, at public sale, five
sharcs of the cap)ital stock of the
National IBan k of New berry, belonging
to the estate of Jane E. Scott, deceased.
J NO: WV. SCOTT1,
t. 4t. E'xecutor.
Notice of Final Settle
ment and Discharge.
NTOTICE I8 HEREBY GIVEN
. that I will make a final settle
ment on the estate of Eliz.:i Coleman,
deceased, in the Probate Court for..New
berry County, 8. C., on Monday, t ho
3ei day of May, 1897, at 11 o'clock a. mn.,
and will immediately thereafter apply
for letters dismissory as execuitor of
said estate. All persons holding claihis
against said estate will render the same
duly attested, and these mndebted wIll
make payment on or before sa(d (late
to the undersigned.
March 80, 1897. t. 6t
(faoeste d in 20mtu ty Dr.
- .New Yor
I have justr
line of Mattino
per yard. C
I have also several s h
of Matting from 2 to 16
lengths at about half price to dio
.Complete stock of Furniture.
Call in and look over my line.
R. C. WILLIAMS.
SPECIAL VALUES 8 G00DS.
pieces, black and.colored, figured Wool Dress Good 22c per'y d.
s pieces, assorted colors, plain Wool Dress Goods, 15c per y
5 pieces mingled Cheviot Dress Goods-popular shades-25o, ortlh 30c.
257 yds. new style-Plaid Dress Goods, at 253 per yd.
196 yds. Plaid Dress Goods, at 50c.
183 yds. Black Henrietta, at 25c yd., ,orth 50c-.ask to see it.
45 Novelty Suits at the cleverest prices ever offered-style and quali y
O"E. Tuzw474. T
It's a mistaken idea that you can't buy tice Clothing in a Dry
Goods Store. Give us an opportunity of showing you through our
Stock, and the consequence will be satisfactory to us and convincing 10
you. Perhaps you cou'd save a iule in buying your EASTER SUIT
Harris Lithia Carbonated
TO RELIEVE ANY CASE OF INDIGE$TON IN ONE MINUTE'S
TIME0OR MONEY REFUNDED,
If taieii after each M1eal ill Cure the WorSt CasoeOf Ingestioa.
Road what the ominent Dr. Dovaga, of Chester, S. C., has to say of the
I have used Harris Lithia Water wvith the most excellent results wvhere
I have been able to got my patrons to drink a suflicient qua\ntity daily.
The carbonated hasi no equal in gastric disturbances. It is an excellent
table water TtL is a pleasant laxative and is a-suro cure for Flatulent
Dyspepsia. S. M. DEVAGA, M. D.
This water is for sale in Newberry at Robertson & Gilder's, S. B.
Jones' and WV. E. Pelham's.
Harris Lithia Springs Hotel will be open at the beginning of the season.
For rates and other information write
*Harris Lithia Water Co.,
HARRIS SPRINGS, S. O,
OUT PRIOES FOR NEXT 60 DAYS 1N Al
Fine Whiskeys, Wines and Beer
FOlR FAMILY USE.
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g, feinglnectors, Plppa Fittings, Saws, Files, Olr,~0
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