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About The Nebraska advertiser. (Nemaha City, Neb.) 18??-1909 | View Entire Issue (May 25, 1894)
A ?11N WITH A HISTORY.
Tho Terrible Exporionco That Bo-
foll John W. Thomac, of Thota,
Anitrtcil with u Pecullnr l)lgfao-IIU
Uiiily Covorcil with kumpi Couhl Koi
lint utxl TliniljClit llo Wnil (Suing
to Dry I'p 111 Itci'iiviTjr tho
Muriel of Tennessee
Prom tho Nashville, Term., Danncr.1
Mr. .lohn W. Thomas, Jr., of Thctn, Tonn.,
is a mini wlllui most, interesting; history. At
present, ho is interested in blooded horses for
which Maury County i famous.
"Few people, I take it,'' Paid Mr. Thomas
ton reporter who hud asked him lor tho
story of his lifo, "have passed through us re
murlMblo u chain of events us I have and re
mained alive to tell tho story.
"It, was nloni? in 1SSI, when I was working
in the silver mines of New Mexico, that my
troubles began; at llrst I nuu'e red with in
digestion, and so uoulo did tho plns be
come that I wentto California for my health,
but the trip did mo little food, and fully im
pressed with the idea that my last day' had
nearly dawned upon me, 1 hurried buck hero
to my old home to die.
"l'Vom simple indigestion my malady de
veloped into n i 'ironic inability to take any
substantial food, I was baiely able to reep
about, and at times I w.is prostrated by
spells of heart palpitation. This condition
continued until one year ago.
"On tho 11th of Ap.-il, ls03, I suddenly
collapsed, nud for days I was unconscious!,
in fact I was not lully myself until July.
My condition on September 1st, was simply
horrihlc, I weighed but seventy pounds,
whereas my normal weight is ltu pounds.
All over my body there were lumps from
the sio of a grapo to tin1 si.e of u walnut,
my lingers were cramped so that I could not
moro than half straighten them. I hail en
tirely lost control of my lower lhnb.t and
my hand trembled o that 1 could not drink
without spilling the liquid. Nothing would
remain on my stomach, and it scorned that
1 must dry up bof ore many moro days had
"1 made another round of the physicians,
calling In ouo after the oilier, and by tho
aid of morphine and other medicines they
gave me, 1 managed to live though barely
through tho fall."
Hero Mr. Thomas displayed his arms,
and just above the elbow of each there was
u largo irregular stain as largo as the palm
of tho hand and of a purple color, tho space
covered by tho mark was sunken nearly to
the bone. "That," said Mr. Thomas, "la
what the doctors did by putting morphluo
"On the 11th of December, 13. just eight
months after I took permanently to bed I
shall never forget tho date- my cousin, Joe
Foster, of Carters' Creel;, called on mo and
gave mo a box of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
for Palo People, saying the had cured him
of partial paralysis, with which I knew he
had all but died. I followed his directions
and began taking the medicine, as n result
1 btand before you to-day the most surprised
man on earth. Look at my baud, it is as
steady as yours; my f.-vo has a healthy look
about it; I havo been attending to my
duties for a month. Situc I began taking
the pills t have gained 3D pounds, and 1 am 1
still gaming. All tho hnots havo dlsup-1
pcarcd from my body except this littlo .
Kernel hero in my palm, i have a good ap- I
petite and 1 am utmost us btrong as 1 ever i
"Yesterday T rodo thlrtv-soven miles on '
horseback. 1 feel tired to-dav but not sick.
1 Ubcd to havo from two to lour spells of
heart palpitation every night, since J began
Vic US'J of the Jiilb I havu had but four spells
'1 know positively that I was cured by
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and 1 believo lirin
ly that It i i the mos-t woiderful remedy in
existence to d,iy, and every fuel I h-'Vv pro
ccnted tq you is known to m, neighbors as
well us to myself, and tlmy will certify to
tho truth of my remarkable cure."
v Dr. WilHrnV PM- Pills lor Pale People
fttt l.ot A ,,'.v.at jujedi' iue in the ber.se that
name impVcs. 'v were i'.rst compounded
as a prcflcription a" 'used e.s such in general
practice by an omirA:it phy ."!a. Ko great
was their ofllcicy that i' ,",... Ci'tmcci wibo i
to placo tlrem within the icueh oi all.
Thoy uro now inanu'faetured by the Dr. '
WilKins' Medicine Company, Schenectady, I
iN. x ., ami are soul in uofi (never in loos-c
form by tho dozen or hundred, and tho
public arc cautioned against numerous im
itations sold in this shupo) at .V) cents a box.
or six boxes for 'J. ."'), and may bo had ol all
drugijihts or direct hv mail Irom Dr. Wil
liams' Modiciuc Company.
A PECULIAR STONE.
It IsC illnl llt-.ifn I.iiii'cIiir: CI ISH
T)u7Xtcs l bo Uyes.
X)i$ bf tl-o YiDhjt peculiar oi stouo
lorinaUons is Iho .Y'deMl's looWjig
glass," on the Nolocjjuciiy viver. Itr is
u palisudu wltieli nrjjflf nlirnptly fv.pin
tlio river to u height of about two hun
dred feu U It is perfeUtly smooth uiul
about one hundred feet wide. When
the sun is ut ti certain sta'o it throws
u Bhadow over tho water nud reflects
the sunbea ins us it mirror would, dux
.linjr tho eyo 0 tlio bohnldor, some
times ultnobt hliniliiiif him with lis
To ffo upon tho river in it sltlll' and
look down into the water is to seo un
iniugo rellccted. but ulways distorted.
It i.s this which , gave tho namo
to thof.brintition. nud there uro
th-briniitioii. nud there uro
vonTt int.'rehiig legends uonneclod
Ith it,soino oi which uro devotedly
heliovud bv the tuountuinuor.s. Ono of
these which is general! v glvuti credenoa
is that evoryjjfglit at inhlnight, when
tho moon sl&jfs, the devil goes there
to bathe ntul'miike up liis toilet, using"
tlio rock, wit'i the rolloet'.oii of tho
nioonliglit, os.'v luoUiut; glass. St,
I'lto ,S(',iimo of Humor.
lie Miss Swulnsdown uses such quoor
comparisons. Sjieulcing of you, she said
your podi'jruoeAjyas.us huiff n tho tall of
Sho Sho ;h;Ji, I certain sonso of
hutnui itlso. yfiionly cut I possess
came from tho -IfleJ of Mail. Life.
Great Hritam owns ill, 000 sqtinro
mllos in lioruco. uml so ,'runt lf the
uonmliinco folt in tho permanence of
thu liplti&h rulo Hint over 1,000,000 acoa
o4 itind htivc been lecd for 899 year.
Vrocrt itliiiM of thu
Wiibv tho hour tirrl,il for tho meeting of
thi" Ktn.ite on the unit, only four wn iturs were
tn their seats ur.il It wit nenrlv lialf un hour be
lore n quorum was olitultittl Aftur some roil
ttti" b-iisin(",s ilio tuild lilll was tnkeu up uiul
ccnoiih'rtd by pir.igraptis tin II iHljMirntneiit ..
Whrn the housu mot, Mr. Omlrn. elected from
LouWIiuii to succcil Mr It iiui'huril, v-'iis
sworn In mil afar routlnu busiin-ss tho naval
upproiirkV.Um tilll was coiist(Ureil In committee
of ih) wliolu uii'il a.iliiiirauiL'iit.
Al'Tt n oni hour ill voted to routine nnil other
bimlnrss of little liuportance the scn.itu on thu
1-lth entered upon tho scroti th wcoit of tho
tnrlif debute, tlio stiur sulielulo belm; under
consider it Ion most of tho d.iv . .Tho house
Miiseti;:iycl In District of ( ohim'jl.i biednuss.
A mii.UI Hcn.sitlon was brought ubotil bv u
in g-o tn.m rising in tho inillcrv an 1 mldresMn j
llio six-aUcr uiul duhirhu thai tho I.onl li.nl
directed him to uppu.tr uml sjiiulc In fuvor of
ihf Coxoy bill. The ih rrro was rjieted anil eon
slili'Mtlou of tipproprlsilloti bills re-mined.
WmN tho iiMiiitu met on tho titUMr Allen
(eb ) rrfcre.l a renolutlnti calling iqion llic see
rotary of tho treasury for liUorm.itlniius to tho
total number of pirsons I'ng.iKcil In the pro
tcctcd ImiustrleH, imrt oltiiT siatlstlos as to
wiiges. tho number of n.itlve cltlx'tis ami
nllt'iis employed, etc Tho ruDolutioti went
nor. Tho tarlft ileb.itc wns then ri'xtum'il an I
coiilliiiicil until mljourumoiit ...lhtlie houso a
bill was roporteil from the labor eoniinltteo
tanking labor il.iy n tuition il holiday Tho
naval appropriation bill uui thoa tuUon up ami
loiiHldcred In eoniinltteo of tho who'o and at '!
n'tf ot'k tho Mil p.issed Tho reiniiln lor of tho
iluy was occupied In eoinlilrltt5 tho ugrlcult
In the somite on the tilth Mr. Allen's resolu
tion calling upon the eeielar.v of the ticasury
for Information us to tho number of poisons
tllroetly limited by pioteetle duties and bv
competition with tho foreign labiir.-rs In tho
United States was citscitssed until l-Joeloek.
Mr. Lodge offered a resolution for the ln estima
tion of ehuigesin.ide of offers t.i bribe senators,
and tho tariff di bate wus resumed At 0 o'clock
the somite wont into executive m'sMoii. The
house passed the bill for the Milldutloli of lltU
(Uvits made befote Pulled States ooinilsslon
eis In nil bind entries, and the labor committee
I'eported the Joint lc-uilutlun for an linestlg.i
tlon of the Industrial dopiosslon. The housu
then went Into committee of the whole for the
consideration of the iigticulttinil bill. At f
o'clock the committee lose und tho houso ud
On tho 17th the somite had an Interesting
discussion upon the resolu'lott of Mr. Lodge
for un fnvestlgallou of the charges of attempt
ed bi Ibory of M'tiutors bv tho sugar trust. Mr.
Lodge spoke In soveie terms about any at
tempt to bribe soiiutors and sa the tmittor
should be fullv investigated. Other seuatois
took ii.ii t and several amendments imido to tho
resolution by which It was undo a "veritable
drag net, ' and as amended was adopted. It
provides for a committee of the senators to
make a thorowh Investigation of the clrnges
as will n.s repoited olforts of anv parties or
corporations to attempt to lnilueneo tariff leg
islation bv bribery dlrectlv or indirectly. The
lce president appointed Senators (Way, Llnd-s-iy.
Lodge. Allen and Davis us the committee.
The tariff debate then occupied tho .senate un
til adjournment In the house a bill was fa
or.ibl, lepoitedfor an liujulrv into tho feasi
bility of constructing u ship caual fiom the
Hudson ihor to the great lakes. The agricult
ural 1)111 was further considered and passed
and the houi e adjourned.
Tin: senate continued the consideration of
the tariff bill on the l.sth without any llllbastcr
lni'. an ugieeinent h ivinr been leached that
after Muiulav thoro should bo longer il.illv ses
sions. At rW) o'clock, after iidoptlng Mr. Mor
gan's ro.'-ohitliiii calling iqioa the attorney -general
dm to the existoneo of u s.iKiir trust the
son'ito went Into o.ocutlM) session Tho
houso had under consideration t'l" legislative
appropriation bll whleh was considered until
iceoss. The cenliu session was devoted to
pension bills and the house adjourned until
A -S'tiiel Trap.
A short time ago n hunter found, in
a patch of woods in Connecticut, eleven
lui'ge bluok snakes tied up in hard
knots and stone dead. Two telegraph
wires run throujrh the w.'. ovcheu'l,
muUi few days before tlicie hail been
n heavy blast set o IV in a quarry near
by. This broke down the wires, und
started u colony of black snake-, from
tin ir slumbers in u noighhoi ing ledge.
O .'.' of the w!rcs was cr'sse I in u dis
tant city by a tiolk-;,- win? uiul hence
the broken wires, which lay near the
Miches' den. made a death 'rap. When
the snakes came to the wire, I roiling
on the ground, one after another
crossed over them, touching the ends
of In, th wire.-, ut the same ti. no. They
thus "short circuited" uiein. und re
ceived fi shock which cause 1 death.
Immediately upon being shocked, each
snuhc curled up in it hard knot, tliu.s
opening tho circuit and setting trio
trnn again. Golden Days.
Itnhlni; Tree with tlio I.r.iiguage.
"You wish five dollar.-, for this trans
lation we printed hist wool;'.'" roared
the editor. "How do you mulco Unit
"Why. sir,"' said the spring poet, run
ning liis lingers through his ample
locks, "that strikes me as a very rea
"lint you yourself wrote beneath the
heading. ju.-.t before your own name,
4A free translation. ' "
"Hut that meant that it was trans
lated with a certain amount of free
dom from the author's style."
"Oh. well, you will do well to trans
late yourself with a certain amount of
freedom from your present style to the
street, or 1 shall not be answerable for
the consequences, especially ns our
ustttil variety in style lacks un obituary
to make it complete." Toledo Itlado.
AVIij llo It, !.(.
"Old ye ever stop tor think." said
Meundering .Mike, " 'bout tills world's
turnin' on its axis mice every twenty
"Course I hnve." replied Plodding
"It's mighty fast travel so fast that
it don't seem whth while tryin' tor im
prove on it. Ih' feller t hot uin't eon tent eil
ter jes' sit down tin' nlido with the
earth at that rate of speed in so hard
ter satisfy that his opinion ain't wuth
luduiiin' to."Washington Star.
Not tlio riiico for iilm.
"Illtfhdy doewi't o iuto society
'llo'b loohlnff for a wife" Truth
A IloctorV Woiiili-uiii! Vitlf.
Kss C 1 f. Mo., May tt'J Hpecti'.l
Never bo?oie lias such intense into est be, n
Hiotised as 1) Carson, of Ml irnudtny,
tliovitaps.liiephysci.ui, is causing. Men
mid women ate cured by him vi h tho
si ght- st effort Uttlo children deformed
nud li'dpUss are restored b his magict uieh.
The doctor's .reatnient so ms to teach all
diseilses. Kieic people from everywhere uro
e ining to this wonderful pbyslciiiu. for Inn
cures ute niurvolniis: nnr m th past llf
teeii years in ICniituis Ci y hundreds every
vear." Splmil affection, nervous prusli'iitloii,
liver Kiid kiilnev illsos-s, rheumatism,
lieart disease ami jiaralys s c treats all
manner of al infills by n mysterious power
no man esii so.ve. Dr. Cm son's vitapathlc
institute, WH Hroadvyay. Kausiii City, Mo.
A Wasiiinotov city spring poet killed
himself on Sunday, and bv no doing put
temptation out of tlio way of others. N. Y.
(State or Onto. City or Tot.nno, (
LrcAS CorsTV. i
Pi:NicJ. Cttt:Ni:v makes oath that ho Is
the senior part tier of the llrm of K.J.Ciirvi:v
A: Co., doing business in the City of Toledo
County and State uloresaid uiul that said
llrm will pay the sum ol dm: tit snitr.ii not
i.Aiis for e.i'" blind every case of Catarrh that
Ct'iti:. Puvnk J. Ciinsin.
Sworn to before mo und subsi rlbed in my
presence, thisutuduy of December, A. D 1JS0.
i A W. Ui.r.AsoN,
isiAIl) A'..(ctif lUibhc.
Hull's Catarrh Curo is taken internally nud
acts directly on tho blood uad mucous sur
faces of tho svsteui. Send fortestltnonials,
free. 1 J. Ciuni'.V re Co, Toledo, O.
CSTSnUl bv Druggists. 7.V.
ilull'H Family 1'ills, '.'.V.
Pai:ki:ii "Swell hoarding house, isn't
it?" Darker "Swell' I i.ish is never men
tioned except as 'renaissance corned beef 1'"
I.lko the flcntlo Iew From Heaven
Comes blissful pence to a turbulent, unruly
liver brought into subjection and disciplined
with that grand ngulntor, Hostetter's
Stomach Hitters, u boon of priceless worth,
not only to tho bilious, but also to the
malarious, tho rheumatic, tho nenous, tho
feeble, the coiistipatnl, and those whoso
kidneys and bladder aio Inactive. Tho liver
is ulways chielly Involved in malarial com
plaints, for which tho Uitters is n spLcillc.
llli.t.s "When does the v nif-gnriUii sen
son open!"' Hulls "Am soon as my wife
goes to tho country." N. Y. World.
Whether on pleasuto bent, or business, tuko
on every trip it hotllu of Syrup of Pigs, as
it acts most pleasantly und effectively on tho
kidneys, liver aiul bowels, prcventliigfevers,
headaches and other forms of sickness. Kor
sale In Ml cento und 51 bottles by all leading
Most remedies lor prejiidho seem to be
fatal. Gal eston News.
Fnriivrs and purity are imparted to the
complexion bv (Jlenn's Sulphur Soap.
Hill's Hair and Whisker bju, We.
A nvnn cupboard will furnish food
THl GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, May 'J I.
CATTLi: IJcstl.eees f :i 70 6? Ill)
Mockers sin cj :t to
Natho cows i .'() (a :i il,,
lions-Ltona to choice heavy. 100 (?j I Ml
Will: AT No. 3 icd vj & ii;
.No. 'i lianl -LlTo
COKN No. 2 tnfxeti .' ,r Q,
OAT-) No. 'i mi.otl tl'iW
hvi:-No. s jj a
FI.OUK-IMtciii.por-.icU 1 10
Kancy I IK)
HAV-Cholee timothy 8 !u
C'! I )
Puacy prairie 0 IX)
KdtiS -t holce
CaT PMC-Native and bhtmilnjf .1 M
Tcxaas :t OJ
HOGS- llcny 4 OJ
SHIiEI 5,'nlr to choice 0 o)
PI.OUK Choice SCO
WHUAT-No. S red ru'fl
t'OUX-Xo. ymi.eil 117
OTVTH -No. 3 mixed 80'f
HUTTKK -Creamery 10
l.AHO--Veyti'in stoam 7 0J
l'OIJIC 13 03
f'ATTLH-Commoa to prlrao. 0 00
nous i.ii'i;ii!t.nafihipplus . i oa
Slir.ni'- Kairtocholce ,. 2 00
KI.OL'H -Winter wheat, !) 20
WIIHAT-No. 2. red f1
W 7 0T
no i V,
I'OUN : !3
O.T,.-. -'No. 2
"oh :m ,
13 fa 19
Ifi 7 20
1'OKK II TO Gill ?:
1'ATTI.K N'ntivo Mcf.ru -103 0, I
llOf'.S ttooil tot'll-iice 5 0) (Si. fi
l'l.OCIt t.onil toihoice. . . . 2M ft I
WIIKAT No. 2 rcil Iii',f.'
I'OHN No '.' I."v1
"ATS Wcstrtn inixcil lis Co,
UPTTI.ll t'liiiiruT.v . 1."! 'f
I'OItls" Mis. I' Vi i
OB' SPECIAL VALVE
in b: .king up Mid
den attacks of coldd,
chills, levers, und in
I'itrce'u Pleasant Pel
lets. They carry olf
thco troubles nt tho
start. And it you
would only hup
yourself in proper
condition with tlicta
tho liver nctivo
and tho system refv
uLir vmi'd find
you couldn't tko discoMs easily.
Theso tiny, sugar-coated "Pellets" nro
tho most perfectly nnturul in their action
no griping, no violcuco. Tako them for
wind und pain in thobtomach, fullness, and
dizziness. Thoy absolutely r.nd permanently
cure Const ipntion, Indi'jesU.'ri, Ilihoiisness.
Jctindico, Sick or Ihllujs Jleadaclica, nnd
every Liver, tstomueh nnd howel duoulur.
or Itlcucy paid 7r.r Ulia ITIcdJcIuc
P.-.ICC. SOCOlTIi. ALLDKU"CISTSt$grt,;J! JJ
" A. N. K.-D 150 1
wiii.n wiMTi.Mi 'in aiim:i(tiiw:i:h I'i.iivh:
lulu tlmt juu tun tbe AiHcrUii'uicl.t in lull
i' 6 -xty. xn
y lifilj ahte3 a $ tilled
lELY'S CREAM B,ftM CURES f.HET:"t1
ii t - - m " Lirm mi naii.j u iioiuiir ai 7 . n
You want the Best
Royal Halving Powder never disappoints;
never makes sour, sop;gy, or husky food;
never spoils good materials ; never leaves
lumps of alkali in the biscuit or cake; while
all these things do happen with the best
of cooks who clinir to the old-fashioned
methods, or who use other baking powders.
If you want the best food, ROYAL
Baking Powder is indispensable.
ROVAl CAKIIIO TOWOn CO., 10 WAIL CT., Mr-10K.
"At.t. the world may be p. stage." remarks
the disgusted dramatic critic, "but Shake
speare was wrong when he said th.'l all the
men and women woro players.'' Philadel
,J. I. J'uso T. M. Co.
Users of Threshing Machines, Engines
nud Sawmills have long been familiar with
tlio iiamii of the llrm beading this notice. Its
career has been consistent und honorable
in an exceptional degree. During tlio pint
whiter a large part of its mumumth wot I.s
have been lcmodelcd and rebuilt, ami Hie
ilunt Is now probably tho mobt complete tl
ts kind extant.
Careful buyers uro learning the lesion
that It pays to deal with tollable linns, aril
It takes a man with u good deal of inllu
ence with himself todo something hedoesn't
want to and doesn't havo to, lecauso ho
ought to. Puck.
Western Amcrlcnii Scenery.
Tlio Chicago. Milwaukee ,t St. Paul R'y
has now road.x lordistributlon a sixtci n page
poi'tlollo ol si cues along Its lii.e, half times,
of the sio of tho World's Pair port tubus
lately issued The are only ten it tits cadi
and can bo obtained witluoil ih lay by
leillitting the aiiu nut to (il o II HlWl'Oltli,
(.ieaeial Pass Agent, ChuMgu, 111.
anyone lonteiiipiatlug tlio pint h.iso or Evtujftini ir?GJt'.--i
threshing niiichlnery of anv kind, saw- (J'SWw,-vVRt'sH
mills, etc., should write lor lllu tr.itcd iK'OilvTC A
I'ntiilniriu, IahiiiwI lv tin, .1 I ( 'mi, 'I' M C, V AViTfiS&S!. 5
Haelno. Wis., wliieli Is mailed irco to uuv AJr4:ttUis
. iw; W.
o 229 araiistMi'vk
Eafc! uauoacma Ktraiwts;
SOOTKES, SUBDU82S, CURES.
BECAUSE IT3 THE BEST. PUREST S M05T EC0N0MO1L
IE NJCFAIRRANK GQMFM Chicago..
'sv!l - vy - rvJ' - vrf
p nn unvTwxvii
ullU I UUK'ilO
. . U?' 'lltll. ... V'vJvbk'&r'qVsV-
PICTURES OF STIRRING BATTLE SCENES i
. . GRAND GftVflLRY GflftRGES I
!AKD PORTRAITS OF THE LEADING GEMERJU,S QH BOTH SIHLv
Ti In piilillulifit In Milttv nr 1 1 'y p.trts
iijiiijiiih i'i . Uuatrirituu h atliii! innttt r
i on i ci i j f of
TVSLVE CENTS FOR EiACH PART.
Am. I'm li wei-ir hi il l . rt I -u.t until
mill' " ri'irin- un iariH w'euij'or ni'iiit iir.ui n umo lor cucli jJarU
E ,-,iliit- r.tlllll, III l'l'l,,l'U. iVUUJI',S'
LEON PUBLISHING GO., Exclusive General Vesfern Agents.
I J030 Caxton Building,
firrXK tr" U. m
0 M (a l aa
GOOD COOKING DEMANDS CLHANLfNESS.
S A POLIO SHOULD be.
"I TKt.i. you, UrntiRon, thero In nothiu;
itiipoMsiblo to i jealous Avoinun." "Willi
oni) exception 1 iigron with you. Tlio cj:co
tion Sh tho txaith." 1 larpcr's Ilnz&r.
Tun Woim.v Qithtion- "Now isn't this .
prcttv tttno or night for you to gut hoimtf"
Tommy "Paw, what doei vico versa.
meaiif Mr l-'igg "Why er- horso sinfl
horn " Iiidiaiiuiolis.1iiunutl.
g Four Route
BEST LIWE TO
E9ew York asid Bsteea
ASK FOB TICKETS VIA.
e. o. Mccormick, d. q. mafitiw,.
t Ki(ir Trl UtmvttT, Uf 'l !'. A TllJUl t l1.
- ji' juz&uvp
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