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The Weekly Democrat.
Published Every Saturday by
The Democrat Printing Co.
114 THEMIS STREET.
Entered at the Post Offle at Cape Girardeau,
Ho., as second-class matter.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1897
Governor Stephens' Thanksgiving
message was good if it was borrowed.
Federal offices are not
wings to the patriots of
Missouri.
flyintr on
Southeast
Ed Uozier is going to be appointed
U. S. District Attorney for the East
ern District of Missouri.
Old man Filley is furnishing thun
der for the Democratic papers. Old
age is telling on the Old Dema rider.
The Filley men in this county are
not as numerous as they were a few
weeks ago. Patriotic Republicans
How things do change. A few years
ago the Democrats of thiscountry had
men of brains for their party leaders.
Now look at their leaders.
We are anxiously waiting for a
word from Ben Russell. Mr. Russell
has been one of the Filley henchmen
for many years. Will he follow De
Ole Man out of the Republican breast
works?
The members of the Republican Sta'e
Committee are protesting against
Chauncey I. Filley, Chairman of that
Committee. De Ole Man has got his
foot in it this time. As a leader of the
Republican party in Missouri Mr.
Filley 's days are about numbered.
Democratic editors seem to be awful
uneasy about Mark Hanna. They
seem to want him elected to the Senate
and they are afraid he will not get
there. Why can't Mr. Hanna go to
the Senate? Hanna has more money
than Judge Bland ever had and there
will be some Democratic members of
the Ohio Legislature asanxious to sell
out as was the Populist candidate for
Judge of the Court of Appeals in this
State. Don't you believe that Hanna
can't be elected.
The Democrats are saying that no
body talked for or against silver in
.she recent canvass in Kansas, when
-Xhe Republicans carried the state
.Silver figured more prominently in
Kansas, though, than it did in New
York. Everybody knows that on the
financial question the State of New
York would always be Republican.
There is a very strong probability
now that the Republicans will be able
.to win Kansas on the silver issue
hereafter. Kansas has had enough of
BraDi?!B. -Globe-Decorat.
Dunklin county has trotted out a
candidate for Congress. His name is
Hawkins. Ho is a lawyer and he is
said to be a runner from "away
back." In the race for Congress he
will be ' away back." He won't keep
in sight of the regular Democratic
race horses that will enter the race
The Democrats are not going to allow
Dunklin county an office. They don't
have to. Dunklin is solidly De no
cratic and there is no use in dividing
with a county that is sure to roll np
its big Democratic majority a' e x. y
election. At the Democratic Con
gressional convention Dunklin coun
ty's candidate's name wilt be Dennis.
Cairo Citizen: At a conference of
Republican members of the General
Assembly held iu Springfield Tuesday
it was agreed to hold a special session
of the Legislature to pass a new Sen
atorial apportionment. Ninety-four
of the 127 Republican members were
present. vA . Manner and Senator
Cullom were present and made
speeches urgiu the necessity of this
action. Tb 1 ill is to be -ncpared by
sixteen members of the Legislature,
six from Chicago and ten from the
State outside. Eight of these are to
be selected from the "machine" mem
bers, or those who supported the bill
presented at the last session, and
eight are to be chosen from the "anti
machine" members. It is U'lieved
that a fair apportionment can be made
tu supersede the Democratic gerry
mander. Following the example of some -f
its contemporaries, the daily Glob;-,
of Joplin, Mo., publishes a business
directory, in which appears the names
of the' paper's principal advertisers.
The Globe says:
Firms who are progressive and up-to-dale
are those whose names are to
be found in the advertising columns
of newspapers. They are, as a rule,
the safest people with whom to do
business, for they believe in the motto
of "live and let live." The increased
business, due to advertising, enables
such houses to prosper on small profits,
and therefore their patrons get the
benefit of lower prices and better bar
gains than can be gotten from the
firms that never advertise. This is
one of the ouject lessons that the pub
lic will learn wiih profit.
A disgruntled politician is the worst
of all the calamity howlers.
Bran n's Iconoclast thus alludes to
Dr. Guiteras and other medical ex
perts: The suspicion is growing that
Dr. Guiteras,' the government expert.
has a pint of yellow fever baccilli in
his cerebrum. He carries the plague
with him, just as. a man suffering with
mania-a-potu carries his cargo of
monkeys. Had he been called to see
Simon's wife's mother he would have
decided that she had a case of yellow
jack and spread a panic through all
Judea. Should he find a man suffer
ing with katzenjammer he would pro
nounce him a "suspect." As Barney
Gibbs says, all the yellow fever pa
tients Guiteras discovered during his
tour of South Texas were up "hunt
ing a drink or a job" ere this peri
patetic expert was well out of town,
Those "experts" mak a soul aweary,
An insanity expert thinks everybody
crazy but himself, while a yellow fever
expert would isolate a case of cucum
ber colic. What the South needs to
do is to quarantine against these spe
cial doctors.
A Short Sad Story.
A Cold.
Neglect.
Pneumonia.
Grief.
Had 1 oley's Honey and Tar been
used, this story would have had a
happier ending.
K. A. Uozier on Filler.
"I have no desire, " said Mr. Rozier,
"to undertake the washing of dirty
linen in the Republican ranks, but if
I did, Filley's linen would take a
whole year's work.
" llley talks of his devotion to the
Republicans and declares himself a
stayer. In the Minneapolis conven
tion he openly declared ho would take
a rest and that 10,000 Missouri Re
publicans would take a rest with him.
He stayed out of the campaign of 1892
because he had been turned down.
He ran for Mayor against Ewing, and
under a claim of regularity encom
passed Ewing's defeat. That's the
kind of a stayer he is. He stays out
whenever he cannet rule.
lI have always been an anti-Filley
man. In 1880 I was for Blaine and in
opposition to Grant's proposed third
term. As an avowed anti-Filley man
I was elected a delegate to Minne-
polis by the PiedmomX-onvention, and
when Filley says I betrayed my con
stituency he utters a wbolo-cloth lie.
"I was not a Kerens man either, but
in order to elect an anti-Filley man to
the National Committee I voted for
Kerens- The full strength of the Mis
souri delegation was not cast at
Minneapolis, there being but thirty
two votes, and as the balloting was
secret no one can say how anybody
voted, except upon voluntary state
ment, and I never knew of anybody
but Filley saying Kerens voted for
fcimaelf!
"Filley's chargj that I was promised
anything for my service during the
last campaign is absolutely untrue.
It never entered my head to become an
applicant for the United States Dist
rict Attorneyship until after McKin
ley's election, and I may say without
vanity that every Republican in the
Thirteenth Congressional District Is
for me.
"Filley seems to be living entirely
upon newspaper notoriety. Since he
has become an assistant Democrat, I
presume, he considers his present
warfare consistant with his plan of
campaign against the Republican pa rty
This sort of assistance appears to be
specially needed to prevent the Re
publicans from carrying Missouri
next year, for even Sam Cook admits
the prospect of Democratic defeat is
imminent unless fusion with the Popu
lists shall be maintained."
What lion. Itobert K. Lewis says.
Hon. Robert E. Lewis, of Clinton,
who was the Republican nominee for
Governor of Missouri last fall, and
who did as hard work for the Republi
can party during the campaign as any
man ever did, was in the city yester
day on hisway to Washington. Speak
ing of the letters from Mr. Filley re-t-enjly
published in Democratic news
papers, Mr. Lewis said that he posi
tively and unreservedly ' denounced
them as slanderous and uncalled for,
and un-Republican from every stand
point, and declared that they simply
gave aid and comfort to the enemy,
and were clearlv traitorous. Mr.
Filley deserved to forfeit the respect
and support of Republicans by allow
ing himself to be guilty of such con
duet.
Never Say Die.
Many desperate cases, of kidney dis
eases pronounced incurable have ljeen
cured by Foley's Kidney Cure. Many
physicians use it. W. H. Coerver,
duggist.
Notice.
Notice is hereby given that I will on
Saturday, November 27th, at 2 o'clock
p. M., at the site of the bridge, let the
contract for building approaches to
the bridge across Byrd's Creek, on
the road leading from Jackson to Oak
Ridge. N. C. FEISSELL,
Road and Bridge Commissioner.
THE INTEREST BAROMETER.
Interest Rates Are Lower la Void Tbau
la Silver Standard Cooatrles.
It will pay silverites who want cheap
money that is, money at low rates of
interest to study the rates of interest
charged in gold and silver standard
countries and to compare the average
rates of interest on certain classes of
loans in sound money states, which
never favor repudiation, and in states
which favor free coinage and which
sometimes favor repudiation of debts.
It is difficult to get exact figures of in
terest rates in different states and coun
tries, but the statistics obtainable are
sot favorable for the farmer who votes
ior free silver with the expectation that
it would enable him to borrow money
at low rates of interest
According to the last census, the nvr
tge rate of interest on farm mortgages
in 1890 was 7.36 per cent. The rate has
undoubtedly declined since then, ex
cept, perhaps, in certain states whicb
re voting and legislating against cap
ital. The rate is also higher than on
most other classes of seenrities. It Is
probable that the average rate of inter
est In this country is now considerable
less than six per cent. In England.
France, Germany and many other gold
standard countries it is undoubtedly
leas than five per cent. We have, how
ever, put the rate on the barometer at
Lx per cent.
In Mexico, Central sod Sooth Amer
ican countries and in most ether coun
tries on a silver basis the rates of inter
est will probably average saere rather
than less tban ten per cent. Statistic
on ordinary loans on farm mortgage
re not available for compcrise It,
these countries. Perhaps the moat
available are those prepared fey Prof.
Irving Fisher and published In Angost,
1896, by the American Economie asrsaci-
ation. These rbow only market or beak
rates of interest in London. BrrHr.
Paris. New York. Calente Tokio ami
Shanghai for a sexies of year, and of
vounse these are fair below, the average
rates, frof. Fishrt find nUu! tbe aver
age bunk rote of interest froo 1875 to
1S79 was 3.8 per eesit. in Sbe foor gold
s'andarrJ couufrin and K:h per rent.
In the three silver otandaadieoantiies.
In silver standard -oiintrie tbe rate
had fallen but littl-. the averagr for
IS70-4 being 10.7 per oest. Is gold
standard countries the rate had fallen
over 23 per cent., op from in 1870-4.
These tacts tend to ahor tfeajt tfeere is
some gftoa reason wfiy raterrst is
lower in gold vtandard eousmrirs. They
ti confirmed by the fnrtbarrfarts tbaX
muny targe loans and soma urn all ones
made in silver standard t wastries are
made payable in gold and aOratea of In
terst far below th'Me prevablsx- One of
tbe alleged reasons why Jstpaa has
thonged from a silver to jroJd basis Is
o obtain lower rates or kite rest
Wans which she wished to negotiate.
There is more in this sukt of cheap
svcry than some vilverltra-dream of.
Tbe beat money is. in racttae rites peat.
If tbe borrower thinks stUei wise, let
him have his cheap moneaad psy tbei
i n creased rates of interest aharged for
h. Byron W. Holt.
Thasaaa Jefferaoa Taasaafcesl."
It is painful to be foreed to on mask
n man who has been so long held up nw
the exponent of demoem'tr doctrine-,
bill a stern sense of duty o the free sil
ver nntl spoils democracy of tbe presents
or.mpels us to portray K:n in his true
colors. It is not right rhat he nhoaSli
icooivo the enthusiastic laudations B
Chic:'0 platform !einc'rats when st
was false to nearly evsry one of tn
great and glorious principles whVh
they formulated in InHH. What rirht
had Jefferson to puse- a n ilemnrital.
nnyhorw? What i-r.-trrsions of deraix
r;:cy had a man n!m actually believed'
"a applying business jirinciples and
(-nnimon s?ns? to national affairs, who
had old fashioned !:! about tha-sa-(redness
ef obligations, nhn demone
tized silver vhin he saw it wa neees
rry for the public rood and nhi wan
a civil serviff reforr.erainl an oponent
of spoilsmen in al out of the- Cnitert- f
Btates senat
IjOgica'.ly the orlv thing forth fre
Kilvrr democrats to do in to announce
Mr. JrfFerson instead of praising his
and to adopt resolutions witing br
inriou glaring heresif niJ formally
reading him out of the party, for it is
Absolutely i-ertnin that if the Chirorn
filntform is to be ta!-n ns the expression
of true lr mocratic doctrine Thomas
.Tefferson was not a el -nxM-rnt and mnst
descend from hi p-.-r'-sial r.s the father
f democracy. Bnlihiior? Sun.
Another lltow for Silver.
The IVrrvian govrnment in April
tutprnded tbe coinage of silver and de
cided tr prohibit its importation after
May 10. It is probable that Tern wished
to borrow money and that she could not
io so while on silver basic without
paying very high rates of interest. The
Shylocks of Europe refused to loan at
low rates and to take chances of losing
more by tbe depreciation of silver than
Uyry woald gain from the interest. Ob.
IbMs wicked, graft-pin Shylocks wVe
lafssi to loan money at loaai
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If You Keep.
If you keep a horse, cow or i
senu lor ur. nuuipureys eienuarv
Manual and learn about their treat-
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ment and cure. Mailed free. Address
Humphreys' Medicine Company, Wil
liams & John Sts., New York.
Cold Wave Coming.
Dr. Frankenfeld is sorry, but he
couldn't help it. The "crimpy"
weather that is as much a part of
Thanksgiving day as cranberry or
sage will be here before night. It
stopped in the Northwest a couple of
days to do the farmer a good turn by
hardening his corn and coating the
pumpkins with frost But it will be
here before midnight. After having
delayed so long it will travel ahead
of schedule time. Tbe mercury will
fall at least 20 degrees, with a fair
prospect that the whit metal may be
driven down 40 points' from the mark
at which it stood at EDid night. The
wave is coming. . Acc6r4us to Uncle
Sam's prognosticators Sbere is no
cbamee for it to be headud off. It is
also said that it will take S its hat
and stay a while when it gets here.
Glsbo Democrat.
Crwwk and Whooping CiMsa.
Ballard's Horehound Syrap will
promptly relieve Croup and Wfleofing
Cough. It will cure the woraQ Caogh
or Cold. Bt never disappoint. Try
t. Sold 8? Wilson Drug stor-
Utor ex Mall Matter
Remaining uMBOed for in the post afflrr
Cape Glrardesnv csanty of Cape Giantiew,
State of Btinorof, for tbe week jndlrif
KovembeT 44, 1W.
ByToma, Mlas Hint Cobb, i. II.
Car rill. Greeaonr Carter, I. B.
Karle, Robert Green. Harrison
Holmes. Miss Stanis- Hill. Hits MarettP
Johnson, Jonnir Kllllan, Geo.
Kemper, Miss usie' aioore, Blrt
MeClon, Mrs. HarRiO Nugent. Morris '
Kortheraft, Howard's: rrotsl, Mrs. f . 1..
Prror, James, If Pouch at. Jnllns
Phillips, Mrs. BeN Jteinwanl. Carl
Bar. Koah Rhodes. Kellie
Reeves. John JHder. Geo P.
IMese, Johanna Walfmeyer, XmEl
vanosanrov siss Pearl
Persona catling feMtny f the above lattsrs
will please say "MMerVSmil," giving (fate of
the list. If not caMe ft within two weekt
they will be sent te the Head Letter Oaloe nt
WanMngton City. W. T. LEECH P. !
H. STEINBACH,
MANUKAOTrnrjnt or
COLLAF.S. T
s;
Aims an other kind cPoouwi karness, wa
its ami bridles. All mrk fi Tlv marantted.
Also-iK-IT 111 BUUtiltSj.&AHTS, itoad -sug,
ena awl sll kind of vehvorcs. ma vl --
F. W. VOGT,
OEA LSB. liM
INDEPENDENCE STREET.
C'-APfc GIRARDEAU- , - - NM;
Bat Ire aew stock, tba-iBSsst Improved :t
st Cookinc and beatlnoaatn in the mar-feel
jUiUads of Job Work tbe best mamr
aanSat moilerate prices
HOOFING AN1- & TTERING
Jkivcialty ami work siuaasteeil Brst eOmsl
Dr.J. M vsiDervort.
Veterinary Surgeon
And Dsntist.
Consultation anil
9ch. Oftice at Kat
CS'rardeau. Mo.
Examinatiiia
stabln, Civ
SCT- LODIS AND JCEW ORLEAfS
i Anchor Line.
IVlao freight and 3rwenger Stexsxains-
j;C:cy f St. Louis.,
WV.I of New Orleans,
l t ity of Hieiosan,
City ol Monroe,
City f Cairo,
Arkansas Cj?j$.
Belle Memphis.
Kr t.'airo. fesiphis, Vicisbuirg,
Krw Orleans and. all way landings.
Steamer leave Cape Girvdeaa
esvry Thi'i-sday and Sunday.
MEMPK3 PACKET.
Vvr Cairo, Nw Madrid, 5mpttiit
ad alt way hwwlings.
Steamer Ieaae Cape Girairdean
n-ry Wcdneiay and Satui-cy A. il.
,.r"Lf u U3- cplemers ,TelPe
dviv P. M.
For freight and passage tiAdress,
J M. HekKLCY, Gen. Pas. Agt.
Ions Biur. iCrtneml Freight
Dr. H. L. Cunningham,
PraeUw limited to di a . iht.-
Eye. Lar, Nose and Throat
Office Sturdivant Bank Building
CAPE GIRARDEAU, : : MO.
Dr. P. W. Murton,
STURDIVANT BANK BUtLOINQ.
Telephone Office, 130; House, 23.
Directory of the Principal Business Houses
- m
The following is
benefit of traveling salesmen, strangers and
the public generally. It cannot fail to prove
of interest to all who intend transacting busi
ness in Cape Girardeau.
W. G. POLACK,
iJuuler iu General Merchandise.
C2I Uroadwav.
11. S. DEANE,
Real EstaW and Insurance.
luiA Main street.
-obliS 1L SANDER SON,
Grocer ie.-. Dry Goods and Notions.
Cor. Sprigg & William Sts.
GOCKEL, & NICHOLS,
Star Livery, Feed and Sale St!ble.
SpanWb Street.
JOHN F. VOG ELS ANGER
Hardware and Fasna Implemnts.
One- door S. of Fim National Bank.
G. W. BABX,
W hotasale and Retasil Hardware,
iu, 1 &. 14 N. Main St.
2. H. VASTEhiUSG,
Dealer in Dry Good ausd Groceries.
Cor. Broadway and. Middle Sts.
JMES B. DEIS.
Attorney at Law.
Main streaft.
AU. BIERWIRH.
Cigars ami Smokers' Aniiirie.
38 Main stress.
I. B3N. MILLER,
Drugs, Be ska and Staticsery.
5ids 7 Main strsatt-
EDWARD S. LILLS,.
Hardware. Warehouse on Spanish St.
33 33 Main stream
E. H. EXGELMANIS
Fire Insurmes-.
Office at Cw) Hotue.
HENPJt HUHN,
Proprietor
Preseon Boose, 26 Mum S.
HOTE1- SCOTT,
M. A. Scott, Buwprietor,
Best Meals imha Citv.
COWG IL & YOUNG,.
;Tiiie Barbers. sAm Hot and Cold. Baths
Sc-ch Main St.
DAVILV J&. GLENN.
V.'TUdetfalt rod iu-.yvil D17.' ijipde,
Ciiyets. iT Main 'Jtre
HENRY JSC SSBAUM,
DeaM-in Dry 3otds.GroeerjV-Btje4ii,
Shod and Geaeral Mxrchanilse
VL C. WOODY.
Phegraph GVsilwy
Bet. St. Char! Hotel & Co trrHss
DR. P. W. MUTTON.
Pivetical Decst&t. Office SQrdimnt
Bank Buildinjt;.Cape Girartfeexn. Mo
Dean's European.
'atHLTTEL
J. D. DKJ6NE, ProprutrjuK
M1-11-13S. Sixth Street,.
ST. LOUIS. - : : : MI5BOCRI.
Baildin&r arf Furniture a41l
Thatasients scaasited. aioSniS9.
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HUMPHREYS'
Mo.
1 Cures Fever.
2 Worms.
3 Infants" Diseases.
4 - Diarrhea.
8 " Neuralgia.
9 Cures Headache.
10 " Dyspepsia.
11 " Delaed Periods.
12; " Leuciaorrea.
14 " Skirt Diseases.
13 Cures Rheamatism.
Mo.
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Malaria.
Wliooping Cough.
Kuiney Diseases.)
Urinary Disease j
Colds and Grip, f
No. 30
No. 77
SoJd by Druggists, or sent prepaid an
receipt of price, 25c, or 5 for $1.
Ds. Humphreys' Homeopathic Maxcu.
OP DlSEAHES Mhi.h Fbsx.
Xnmphreyi' Ked. Co., Ill William St, S.T.
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are the most fatal of all.
diseases. 1
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Bladder troubles. i
Price soc and Sun
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published daily tor tne
H. STRATMAN,
I Fine Groceries, Feed, Fruits, Eic,
! No. 3 Main St.
CHAS. J. HAMAN,
Boots and Shoes Exclus'-ely,
Main St.
STUKDIVANT BANK,
Capitol 50,000.
Cor. Main Jb Tbemis St-.
P. H. DEMPSEY,
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
Also Agent Sir. New South.
North Levee.
JAS. MeihENA & CO.,
Dealers in Hide, Wool, Furs, Etc.
Cor. Theiai St Water Sts.
MRS. J. WARNER,
Haarig Meat Maekst,
Good fiepv Street.
J. MAPLE WILSON,
Drugeist and Stationer, '
117 Main St.
3 VOG EL & BOUNKHOKST,
! Galvanized Iron Hciee Fronts, Stwves
Nand Tinware.
-2
i
Broadway.
y Geo. g. KiMaaw
aVSSorney at Law an Notary Publae.
102 Main teeU
THE NEW IDLasVUJ),
Senti-weekly St. Louis-and Cape Gur
&adeu Packet Compam;.
ARCADE SALON,.
Aug. Schivslbins-,. Prop.
Ksattudcy Bovbona.
"THE BEE STOPS, "
Wholesale and Retail LV Goods.
Cw-Spanish and Indepeodenos-atreeV
BL G. RANNEY,
Afxjmay at Law.
Independence staoetl.
TX5ION MILLING GO.,
FuijRoli!ar Flour, Feed 2nd. Mesii
Svrthi Levee.
Gi. W. TRAVIS,
The !ienfiia.
JUI Main street.
p: HOCH,
Furrittme and Undertaking;.
PScx 2 Main Street
W.. V. LEECH,
Notann Public, Real EstaU?.Gollectan
and loan. Agent. Main St Themis-
CAfE BREWERY & IEE CO..
Mansaotioers of Pure Lager Beer
Extra Pale Bottle Beer and loe
Made from Distilled Water.
BUY BAKERY,
F- P. STEVENS ..
Tim-vry best bread Saked eturj
dry and) deliverad to customers' in
any part of tbe city.
Cakes a SssGfs&ni
704 BtadwayCAPEGrK.8DBArrSCa
J. at. aftinsama. Mun
MORRISON & DAVtS,
Real Estate.
LOAAND COLLKCTBa ASCMCY
Haass. ts and farms for sale. Bana eot
leets4 anu akstrsets fanlshwlt ftHiio omTpsa
ish ut.Caps eirardeas. So.
BIG BARGAEffS- AT
H. A. LEHER'S
-IN
Stoves Tinware,
Lr?e3t and cheapen house is Stmh
east Missouri.
Broadway. CAPE GTRARDEAU. MO.
mm
The Mas eiaeerMfal Reateity ever dlsean.
ered, as It at certain In Its effects and dcM ms
Ulster. Read proof Defcw. """"
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURL
TABaxB,Oaio,Jaa.lotk.MS,
Genual bsT. besa nsra yonr BpavSs Cor
with ranarkable saocess on a Klia-a.se ot
Jons standlnc It', a aareeare-'l .ai.h
ta alaiasr. evarr case Yours trnty"
K. c. TBQUM.
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