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Pioche Weekly Record
THURSDAY. DEO. T. 1883.
Pbblmhid Itux Thubsdat B
; THE RECORD PUBLISHING COMPANY.
orriat: masonic buixdiho,
LAOOUB BTREKT.
lultiog
Palmer.
in a material financial loss to
TIRHSi
Sobserlptlon, On Year, by Kail.,
aMonpnon, six Montna, "
Nam Forvrardad till Paid For.
..SSOO
... 1 CO
Advertising rates fo flushed npon application
ettheofllc..
Intend at the Poitofflo at Pioche, Nevada,
aa Second-Class matter.
fllMIMII.HflM. M ull.U.J - . . . .
nut (as paper
.TropuuoiuiB lur sue opinion! 01 UN 00 T
T . ' . . ,
nonces under lite new law waiving
assessment work on mines for tbit year.
are coming in fast at ttho Recorder'
office and at the District Recorder's office
at Helene.
The Bullienville store, is now fairlv well
lupplied from the itock of the Godue
Mer. Co. here, and when business settles
there, the store will become A T HUM rail
aiaoursinK point for this and the Ferjju
on section of country.
The form prepared and for sale at this
offioe, for taking advantage of the law
waiving assessment work on mining
olaims for this year, is 6nding general
use hereabouts. Orders from nnfaidn
points will be promptly filled.
Awarded Highest Honors-World's Fair.
S3" PICES
Usad
only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
m Millions of Homes &o Years the Standard
FERGUSON DISTRICT.
Official Paper of Lincoln Co,
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.
Thi Ricokd is presented to its readers
this week in an im Droved form. rt
publishers will sea to it that it remains
sue leading paper in this seotiop, but
take this opportunity to again inform its
uosonoers that no paper, even small
one, can sabjist, with anything of a con
stitutiou, on wind alone) and those
knowing themselves to be in arrears will
corner more than a favor by squaring ac
counts. It is pleasant to ones mors hear the
whistle at the Yuba.
" Nothing we can boast of for the past
week bat fin weather.
The Post offioe drug store has a fine
line of toys already displayed. ,
J. B. Clinton, who has been on the sick
list for several weeks past, is improving.
Commissioner Sohaafer mad all speed
for Helena as soon as Monday's masting
was over.
For dolls, and other things to please
the little ones, go to tha Post offioe drug
store.
Nearly all th heavy taxpayer delayed
till tha last day in paying their taxes
this year.
A fine line of underwear at cash prioes
whioh will surprise yon, at tha Mercan
tile Co. 's store.
For bargains in boots, shoes, hats, caps,
oiothing, eto., go to tha Meroantila Co.'
tor before it becomes too late.
Toilet articles, toys, books and many
other kinds of holiday goods are dis
played at tha Post offioe drug store.
The Oodba Mercantile Co continues to
ell at very low prioes for cash. Some
excellent bargain) have been obtained
there during the past week.
A long and stormy winter la pre
dicted by the Klamath Indians of Or-
egon. They base their prophecy on the
movements of the wild fowl and on
other like phenomena.
The Post office drug store is the place
where you can select a nice present for
tha holidays. Do it now before the best
are gone.
Pat Sbeahan and Win. Wheatley left
Tuesday for a few days prospoting be
yond Pahranagat Valley.
Mining Location Notices
for sale at this office.
- The Con. Impl. Co. of Milford now has
charge of the Milford stage line, and A. S.
Thompson will hereafter act as agent for
th line at this point.
The Oodba Mercantile Co. is selling
out at cost, and below cost in some in
stances, for cash. Now is your time to
secure bargains.
J. A. Denton thinks of putting on a
tri-weokly servioe to Helene from this
point. Business is improving in that di
rection of late sufficiently to justify it.
N. P. Dooley has a nice line of goods
displayed at his new stand in the Odd
Fellow' building on Main street, a fine
lot of holiday goods forming part of the
stook.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Rs
newer has restored gray bair to its origi
nal color and prevented baldness in
thousands of oases. It will do so to you.
It is reported that ex-postmaster John
Shier will soon be with us again. Re
cent developments on claims at Ferguson
in which he is interested will take him
to that point.
For the benefit of superstitious people:
If at the table a little salt be spilt be
tween two people, the way to prevent a
. quarrel is for each to take a pinch and
throw it over his left shoulder. Ex.
The small copper furnace at Bristol
will shortly make another run under the
management of John Roeder. Material
for several car of bullion is already out,
from the Cave, National and other niines,
besides whioh a car or two from pros
ptctors thereabouts will bs sent in.
The Polaris Co. have taken possession
of tha Yuba and other mines leased from
the Pioche Con. Co. The Yuba shaft is
being put ia good condition, new plat
forms and stations as wall as timbsrs
being set in, and a prospecting foroe will
shortly be employed.
The ball last Thursday night, under
the management of the A. 0. U. W.
Order, was very pleasant affair and was
well attended. Th hall had been care
fully decorated and reminded eue forcib
ly of similar oooasiona in th same place
in years gone by. Dancing was continu
ed until nearly daylight, tha young folk
taking th lead principally after (upper.
Through an oversight on the part of the
committee having tha matter in charge,
supper was not served wholly at tha
4-JW.la IMLhrJLW. Palmer had
What is Lincoln county to do about a
(presentation at the Midwinter Fair!
It is extremely important that something
ue aone in the matter. We are able to
make aa good a representation as any
county in the State and if we fail tu do
it, it will be a sad reflection on the enter
prise of our oitizeus.
for every variety and phase of the
many diseases which attack the air pass
ages of the head, throat and lungs,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will be found a
specific. This preparation allays in
nammation, controls the disuosition to
cough and prevents consumption.
Mrs. Callaghnn I want lo get a nair
ol shoe for the little byo. Shopman
ironoh kid, ma'am? Mrs. Callaohan
liuuiguanuy) inaade not! He's me
own son, and was born and bred in
Amerlky Exchange.
W. S. Godbe, President of the Bullion
ville works, will leave for Salt Lake to
morrow on a business trip. Work on the
mill at Bullionville is progression; nicelv
and it is expeoted to start nu before
Christmas, on tailings, already roasted
The working of Ferguson district cold
ores will be one of the main features of
tha mill business. .
A writer says that whenever a horse
driven by liim hag balked, he has ant
out of his carriage, gone to the horse's
forefoot, lifted it from the cround
and atruck the shoe a few blows with a
iuu. xie uas never tailed to start a
balky horse in this very simple way
job PRINTINC In all Its
branches, equal In style to
any, done at this office.
Governor Colcord has named March 22,
1894, as Nevada Day at the Midwinter
Fair, in commemoration of the day that
Abraham Lincoln appointed Senator
James W. Nye, Governor of the then
new State of Nevada.
For pity's sake, don't growl amd ornm
ble because you are troubled with indi
geation. No good was ever effected hv
snarling and fretting. Be a man (unless
you happen to be a woman.) and talc.
Ayer's Saraaparilla, which will relieve
you, whether man or woman.
The Nevada Southern railroad, when
oompleted to a connection with the Rio
uranae western, will be one of the
oenia routes across the continent. Vast
coal fields will be opened up along the
line of the road, besides mines of salt,
Dorax, lead, gold, silver and copper,
Mohave Miner.
Camp Floyd, near Salt Lake C'itv.
Utah, is being boomed now all over the
country. If Ferguson district was as
easily reached as Camp Floyd, a similar
Doom would long ago have been started
for it throughout mining circles generally.
Gold qnartz on every hand for miles
around, as it exists at Ferguson, would
create a rousing boom in any other sec
tion of the country but this.
The new law suspending assess
ment work for 1803 requires that all
persons who desire to secure its
benefits shall file notice with the Re
corder before December 31, 1893.
A form In compliance with the law
has been prepared by The Reoord
ana is now on sale at this office.
The San Francisco Bulletin save that
arrangement have about been perfected
tor bringing the famous Mormon taber
nacle chorut here. The plan is to rent
the pavillion and give a series of con
certs through the winter season. Only
the best singers will be chosen to come,
about 150 being the number expected,
whioh will comprise practically the
same vocalists who were in attendance at
the World's Fair.
Midwinter Fair Rates.
A oiroular has been issued by the
passenger department of the Southern
Pacific company relating to a reduction
in passenger rates to San Francisco dur
ing the continuance of the Midwinter
Fair. Rates to San Francisco and return
during tb holding of the Midwinter ex
position, from Portland, Oregon, Ogdea,
Utah, and El Paso, Texas, including
intermediate stations and station on
local line Southern Pacific comoanv. Pa-
cifio system, will be half fare, or one way
rata for round trip with $2 added, from
all stations located over 300 miles from
San Franoisco. Entrance ticket coupons
to tha fair grounds will be sold with the
railroad special tickets, five coupons to
aoh ticket. The return portions of
thssa special tiokets will ha limited to a
tay in San Franoisoo of ten days.
Tb Railroad Compaoy seems deter
mined that people shall not see much of
Dan Franoisoo, nor spend muoh money
thr.
If th managers want people to came to
the Fair they should see to it that the
ten day limit is set aside; otherwise
thousands of people will refraiu from
visiting San Francisco this winter.
ADVEIU'IsUCD LIST.
The following letters remain unoalled
for at the Pioche postoffice, December 7,
1893;
Cohn Mrs. H. A. Christensen L.
Foy M. W.
the alinva
Parties calling for any of
fed. Jreudentlial was in town Mmulav
and left for Pahranagat Wednesday.
l.olden ought to have a noetoffic. It is
directly on the line and one could easily be
secured.
Pat Sheahan and Emeat L. Glldhn MnAnt.
l'mlay and Saturday here, looking into
claims they own.
Messrs. Nesbitt, Denton and O-horne.
i ie riagBian proporty, were
making a goueral examination of the nrem
- I "
ses during Sunday and Monday.
George Petty is about tn onen a saloon f,.r
mo oenelit of the thirstv ones of An.il tfnnl
gulch. He will be located at the foot ol th.
mountain below the Monitor mine.
Hy. Empy and theSyphus bnvs
..." - "
on some promiUDff lookiaa auartz frmn th
iiiciimonii claim, at the foot of Thr,
Mountain and south of the April Fool mine.
Each week brings hone and comfort of .n
" "".-uKumoo Dy tne outside m n no
. o
worm ot oui latent wealth, and with that
hut once generally known, this diatrint will
taKe on new life.
Joe Cassidy brought in a niece of nioh
gratlo silver ore for assay, a day or two
sinoe, Baid to have been brought from .mm.
. ....
new una, west or Pahranagat, in which A.
vv. ueer is interested. The samnln or..tH
considerable comment.
Golden, as a town, is not to be deBrtrl
ihe Maguolia operations have caund it. tn
take on new life. Mrs. Webber h. ,,1
from Helene and opened a boardino house.
and a good water supply is provided for in
me erection of a new suonlv tank at th.
Garret Wells, three miles up the canyon
irom uoiclen.
The leasees on the Flagstaff min continue
mi get isir astava and hope soun to have or
in quantity to ship. Six men are n,,i
ployed and the force will soon be increased
to ten. A road from the mine to the Am-il
n. i .. . . r
rooi main roadway is to be built at on...
Twenty-five feet or more hsa been run on
the north cross cut from the tunnel and th.
strike of the ledge is apparently toward the
north-east part of the claim and the .l,n;
is good. Now that long eflbrt promises soon
10 oe rewarded, adio in ncr claim
SB vnuvisj SB I tj
loosing snarply after their lines, and charges
uu oounter-cnarges of moved mnnmt.
are made, with some talk of law
the north boundaries. In tha eyss of old
timers this is a favorable sign, since every
good mine usually passes through an ordeal
of this oharaoter before settling down to
steady production, ..
Operatioua at the Magnolia are resumed
and promise to be permanent. A small force
only is now employed and ore is being ship
ped to the mill at Hiko, ten teams being en
gaged in the work since Saturday last.
About eight hundred tons of ore are already
out, which is expjeted to average $100 a ton
in gold, and on this grade of material mill
ing will be commenced. Seven men rn .m.
ployed about the mill, and it is expeoted to
ue running in about ten days. The mill is
in excellent condition considering the length
of time it has remained unused. As soon
as milling begins, about fifteen men will be
put on at the mine, and this force is expeot
ed to supply ore enough to keep the mill
running steadily. Tho ore is brought down
on the Golden, or north side of the gulch,
and a grade is constructed, from the divide
on the Helene road, through Golden. The
Ferguson brothers and Jerry Manning have
the work in hand.
NEW TO-DAY.
Bills Allowed
BY TBI
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
LINCOLN COUNTY
AT -
MRBTINfl HELD DEC. 4. 1SSS.
H. E. Fraudenthal
. a. uiara
M. Mcbuf.r .... .-
I. Oonaw.v. ''"'
T. B. Edward. ' "
w.j. Dooiej
M. Cohan..
H. W '.,,r.. "
Wm. Oulverwell
1. D. Turner
i. A. Clark ... .
H. W.Turnar
Mrs. 0. MoMahon.... ,
Mrs. W.T. Kloh
A. Carll.l. A T
i. D. Campbell..'.".'.'.!!!.".'!!"";;;
Wm 11. Vml- ""
Ef. WaII.iiJ
1. Nesbitt 4 Bro... '
W.B.Karl '.
Hoi j Cross Hospital. . . . .'
Piooha Kin, Dept. '
J. Brsdshaw
Pster Lynch
1. Nesbltt k Bro
Slla. Wnnl i.).
Pioche Water Co. . . . '
STATIC CtV KlTim .
uounty or Lincoln f
ftnJ.mi-.-.nlrf ".r B" ' County
allowed by s Id Board on the lit. abovVglv.n.
. a. ULiABK, Clerk.
PIOCHE
Drug Store.
. 116 M
. 41 ee
. 10 ee
. IS t
. 16 66
(A 66
60 00
. 116 66
. 83 SS
. II 00
,. S 00
. i 60
. 99 60
. 30 00
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. IT 60
. 20 tO
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. 18 IS
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86 00
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.
PIOGHI LODUK KO. 33.
MEETS EYKBT TUESDAY AT 7:30
o'clock lo their hall on Main street.
Visiting Brolhars cordially ln-
T1M W MWBU.
Michail Williams, Secretary
A. O. V. w.
PIOCHE LODGE NO. St.
fe, THI REOULAB MEETINGS 01
Pioche Lodw. No OS a A n w .
Vi . 1 . In I 1 1 TT - 1 1
Z. - VWU r DUD- U.ll N
$ Wednesday evening, commencing at
:80 o'clock sharp. Visiting brothers
vuruiauy inmwi hi stienn.
i.B. VTiuui, at. W.
B. 0. MoDomodoh, Beeordar.
w. & a. at.
8T. JOHN'S LODGE NO. 18.
- UtVTB1IIVAni).tl(i.miii.. t.
a. - f vumxo D&iuuai m
"ch month at Masonic Hall, on Laoour
Jtjr street. All visiting Brothers In good
' ' w a asm iu Tiittu irU inula.
. . ' T' OSBOBNE, W. M.
. P. Kdwakos, Secretary.
Union
Pacific
System
World's Pictorial Line.
The SHORTEST LINE
To All Principal Points.
Trains Run as Follows :
Effective Nov. 28, 189a
South Boumd.
100 p, tu. arrive . .Frisco. . .
T.-iO p. m. arrive. .Milford.
12:10 p. m. leave.. Juab
S :00 a. m. leave Salt Lake.
8:00 a. m. arrivcSaU Ltke.
l:6e. tu. leave ..Ogdea...
Trains between Frisco and Jutb ran daily except
Sandays.
:iOETU BotfKD.
leave 4 -30 a. dj
" 0:05 .m
.... " 9:2t p. m,
..arrive 6:10 p. m,
leave 7.-00 p.m.
....arrive 8.05 p, m
auia, unuutsiUNAD BESPBOTFULLI AN
X nounoe to the veonl of Plonk. mA i
itrth.ttt..l.u - ii ...
Mr. F. P. Swindler, aocompanied by hit
family, left for Salt Lake on Tuesday's
stage, on a business trip.
Sam E. Wertheimer has gone to Ferguson
and will go over to Pahranagat Valley for a
week, where hunting is said to b fine.
J. A. Denton baa sold his interest iu the
Helene sawmill, and the Mill Company ia
now oomposed of Wm. Culverwell, Chas.
Lytle and W. D. Mayuard.
Hon. Geo. .3. Sawyer has gone over to
Beaver to attend the sitting of the Distriot
Court there, as attorney for J. C. Lynch in
ine case 01 the Uon, Imp. Co, vs. Lynch
O. It. Walker, Past Grand High Priest of
xtoyai Arcn Uliapter of Nevada, died at
Wiuiiemucca last week. He was also Past
brand Chaplain of the Grand Lodae of Na
vada. Deceased was about 80 v..r. ....
Tu Record has received conies of hnl-
letins No. 20 and 21, issued by the experi
ment station ' of the Nevada University.
The first treats of potato and tobacoo cul
ture, and the latter of tha nnvi
Nevada. The bulletins are of v&lnn tn Ur.
mora and Will he Bent ftun nnnn anr,i;n.n.
- - sm HSfifitwisvivu
to the experiment station, Ueno.
The Consolidated Imulement Com nan v
now having the entire charoe of tha Milford
stage line, will hereafter run a box between
this point and Milford, and will transact a
general Express business. This will prove a
great convenience and will ni.l f
the exasperating delays which have ooourrd
at times since Wells, Fargo A Co. stopped
servioe some veara aw. Th.
office willbe atjthe store of A. S. Thompson,
wno win act as agent.
two doora vmtth n u. a.ju.
isnow op.-n Twi"th a IZJSS mmtouu B,".
OlbLexxxloAls.
Oruga,
3MCc- ctlolzxes
Toilet Articlos,
HAIR AND TOOTH BRUSHES
SOAP, BP0NQE8, ETO., ETO.
LAKQE VABIETY OF....
Notions and Fancy Articles.
Pbyslclan's Preacrlntiona earsafiillv nnm
pounded, day or night, and orders from abroad
uiu wiin oara and dUpatch by a oonipeUnt drag
J1BS3
Dr. J. D. Campbell,
PBOPKIKTOB.
Chemical and Microscopic Examinations
oi urine.
Calls Pr.raptly AtUaded, Dmy or Night
Hesperian
DRUGSTORE.
JOHIST SHIER
Druggist and Apothecary
SBOXjXjSB
PURS DRUGS.
j Choicest-:- Toilet -.-Articles
PATENT MEDICINES
.-AND
STATIONERY
I B4TI A OOMPLITI 8TO0E 09
SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES,
JOHN SHIER,
Postoffice, Main Street, Pioche, Nev.
I I ra. aSVt a lil I I f 1
XKffiM
ZS I VI w4 V
r- r v v J
very Pair Guaranteed.
Daily Each Way Between Salt
Laita ana ugaen.
Two Transcontinental Trains
uaily i.ach Way Between Salt Lake
and the East and West.
.7aT nt" Si Un aa u Inforniatiou, call on or
address M. J. EDGBWOBTH. Agent,
Milford, UUh.
D. E. BUBLEY, General Agent Passeoner De
partment, Salt Lake City, Utah. '"""H""
S. n. H. CLARK, i
JORV W ivtiv. .'
2"Y?W.MINK, iBecivm.
FBEDBIOK R. OONDEBT, j
E. L. LOMAX a n nn . .1
ay. DIOKENSON.aen'l Uanager.
TI l.liWIi; 1RW1LE OO
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL DEALERS IN
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Main Street, Pioche.
Clothing -:-Boots -:- Shoes
-THE BEST BRANDS OF
Wines, Whiskies and Cigars
AN IMMENSE STOOK OF .i
Bedsteads, Mattresses, Chairs, Spring Cote, etc.
HEADQUARTERS FOR -
SUGARS, TOBACCOS, CANNED GOODS.
m "
Prospootoro and Minors' Supplies
POWDER, FUSE AND CAPS.
HAY,-:-GRAIN-:-AND-:-COUNTRY-:- PRODUCE.
Rio Grande
Western.
STANDARD GAUGE.
-CURRENT TIME TABLE,
Is Effect Apbil 1, 1893.
LEA YE SALT LAKE. .
No.S-Por Provo, Grand Junction
and all point. East 8iC0 ,
No. a Foe Pmm a .
and all points ast.. Mptm
"uru, rijBon, jcureVA
. """"rCitT.7....:. .. SMp.m
singuam and Han Pete 8:i a. m
. m-.ar ugaen and the WeBt , MM w
. -ior ugaen and the West 11:1 a. m
ABBIYK SALT LAKE.
Ko. 1 From Provo, Grand Jnnctloa
No. s-Frem Provo, Grand Junction
anil tbe East "
No. T-From Provo, Payson, Eureka
. r " 10x10 a. m
no. From Binsham anil a.nD... . ..
. . . : ' m
u.a-rroi ugaen and the West t:0j. m
a-iTom ugd.n and th West :15 p. in
D. 0. Dodoe, Gen. Manager.
A. E. Welbk, Qen.Snpt.
J. H. Bennett, G. P .T. A.
r.lilford and Pioche
STlGE line.
Leaves atilf.rd evarv mnrmn. a..
at T:S0 o'clock. "
IaaT6t PlOOll erv mnrnln a...i m m
stse-clock.
Through Fare each way, . . . 2.60
, Bednotlonon r.und trip tiok.ta.
rreighi at ressonabla rata. v..
. . : jrueHiarseaii
y a. a. ibompbon Ploohe Agent.
Pioche and Helene
STAGE LESTE.
Semi-Weaklv Trio
places. LeaT, H,j.n on Mond
Thursdays at 7 a. m - di..l.
M 0 p. m. Returning, leave Pioche on
Tuesday, and Saturday, after th arrival of
sua nonnern man.
Fare Each Way, - . 95.00
Paekagea and small freleht
- . ....
and delivered promptly.
J. A. DENTON, Prop'r.
You hav. all heard of Mallets Head," and now w, want you to learn about
"Mullet the Hatter," "Furnisher," "Clothier."
Our establishment is reoognised as the mast beautiful storeroom "filled with n.
LETTER ORDERS
. we maka Special Price, and take Extra Care to have our customer, pleawd with
price and selection we make for them. Plea with
lDUNLAP." Yes, we are the Utah " Dunlan" aont. r.A u t .
that, wearer of a "Dunl.p" brtlTtt,1Xb.hm
Try us and you will get what you want.
GEO. MULLETT & CO.,
StudenU of JMen'. "and Boy.'IFurnishlng.
g I -23 Second South St. East, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH
The Taylor ffi Brunton
. 0RE' SAMPLING- Q0-
Automatic Machinery. Quick Returns
JAMES "V. NEILL,
Manager.
Works at Pallas Station, Utah, on r. o. w. .nd u. p. trMk..
Office : No. 51, P. o Blk., Salt Lake City. T.iePho. tn.
CARRIES A FULL LINE OF
9
Gents' Clothing and Furnishings, Dry Goods
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
I Bargains in Every Line fog Cach J
Such as you never saw h.r before. A personal call will prove the fsot.
-Also a Full Assortment of Jewelry
In Solid Gold and Plated Ware. Old J.elry taken in exchange for n.w n faittamr
L --- I I ' ' W . . 1 . , m Ilk pr J
mm
Had ta an stvlaa maA mlm
troniert, easiest worklnf, safest, simplest,
most locurat. most eempaat, aad moat
- w uj au oeaisr Is arms.
Calalofms naUed Ira. by
The Harlia Tin Arms Oo.:
Nw Havw. Ooitk., U.S. A.
I
T. J. OSBORNE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
B. L. DUNCAN,
Notary Public
FOR LINCOLN COUNTY.
ESTS?1 Trade-Msrks obtained, and all Pat
aA n upposn U.S. Patent Office
sb.0rV.W'oST,L?' S"""?"''."' .ot. free P
A V...Lj Ju"'i" patent is secured,
lamis offfiS;i 5.ow.to, 0bttk ." wit
town, sent fra. aaat...
C-A.SNOW&CO.
Opp.sK Pstsst Office, Wsshlngton. 0. C.
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