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POFOLATIOR OF LIHCOLK 66,000.
Drcuci for the Home,
Drcsiei for the Street,
Dresses (or Pleasure Trlpi,
Dresses for Graduating,
0-Inch all wool Herse, nmorled colors, for
mer price Be, now ih.
eeVlnch Bedford Oonl Ilrorade, Hmled
colon, rormerprlooll.il), now 7o,
eft-Inch Arnold' Htnrlctta, former price
1.M now Too.
0-Inch Bilk Warp, Tollec cloth, former
price 11.10, now 7o.
eo-lnch Chevcron, former price 11,10, now
H. K.N 181 LEY CO.
Cor. IO and PSts,
The Coonitn will not be waponeible for
ay debts made by any one in Its name, un
ease written order accompanies the aaine,
and upwards at the
Cor. O and lath SU, Opera Home Corner
Tka Csmrler Can fee Fanail At
Metal Lincoln News Btand.
Windsor Hotel Newt Btand.
Oaaltal Hotel Newa Btand. . , ....
OdeM? Dining Hall, Miuonlo Temple lltit
Ked Duo?Cli ar Blow. 10 O Mreet
The OothanriNewe Btand. 1188 O HU
the Apes, 111 North 11th Street.
M. Young. IVTO mreet. nat ,
Weetwield'a rber rfhop, Burr MIock.
International News Bntporlum, la O Ht.
Bon Ton Cigar Btore, 1 W North 11th Htreet.
SooraVa Newe Stand, US Bouth Uth Btreet.
VAn extra supply of paper la always left
e,Thi Gotham, In case olher Newsdealers
applies run short.
W. R. DENNl & CO.
Lac! and Personal. '
Wbltebreest Coal and Lime Company.
Craacer & Co. for picture.
Lincoln Ice Co., HMO O Bt. Telephone 286
Archer, dentist, Brace block, over Herch
Canon City Coal at the Wbltebree.it
Coal and Lime Co,
Hotaling; the grocer has Enetire Wheat
and New England graham.
lira, Gosper's new stock of millinery was
never so complete as now.
Archer, deatUt, Fine gold and bridge
work a specialty. Brace block.
For really artistic ladies hair dressing try
Thoreburn Bisters at 1943 O Btreet.
Mies C. J. Qullmette, modiste, Lett -lx-k
over Miller & Paine, Take elevator
Call at Grlswold seed store tor your
tarda abd bulbs. 140 south llth street.
"Bhogo" has been at the bead of all west
rm tours for eight year. It must be good.
Cabinet baths for ladies given by Mrs. B.
D. Catlin professional masseur, 1930 P street
Mlaa Amm Dick, Modiste, cor. Uth ft Psta.
ever Lincoln Havings bank, entrance on P st
All experienced cooks prefer "Bhogo
fanoy patent lour. Lincoln grocers sell lota
When you want nice, juicy meats of any
and all kinds call at "Your" Market," HWJO
Pattern hat and all the newest millinery
effects can be seen at Mrs. Goeper's, 1114 O
"Your Market, 14 O street handle the
freshest and choicest line of meat. Give
i a call.
Brown's Itattwiraat is now located at 1388
O street and ready to serve all with excellent
seals and lunches.
The Whltebreast Coal and Lime company
If always at the front supplying the finest
rades of all kind of coal
For soavengor work, day and night, drop
J. C. Field a postal and he will promptly
call and see what yon want.
Orders for piano tuning left with Young
ad Elder, 90S south Eleventh street, will
receive prompt attention by B. O. Quick.
Hotaling, the O Btreet grocer not only
asakesaspecllityof BatavU canned goods,
hut every thing usually kept in a first class
Hpertemeu can now buy all kinds of rub
ber and canvas goode at and below cost at
tUeJoafaf out sale U the Lincoln Rubber
W hen y want sosaethiag nte in im
ported eandiea the only place you will And It
wW be at the Bontoa, Peehler's old stand,
Twelfth and P streets.
The tapestry ratata for tinting chamolst
Skin, wolsskin velvet, bolting cloth and
eeherfaWios for sale at the Lincoln Frame
and Art Co. south. Eleventh street.
CeeJ el every else from the beet mines
la Okie, Keataeky, Illinois, Missouri, Color
efcaMWyoaebsaforeel by Geo. A.Ray
bmt, TsleaheaeaOO. OSoe US4 O street.
I; MfW, mtumtuum vaiva
itfiali firurr- Coneuitatlon free. Meat
" ulauiinilHiriinTn" Osao hours to 13
a, am., the .., and 7 to 9 p. . Bandays
? I to 4 a. m.
AN RNJOYAm.K ArrAlH.
Blgnta Chapter of Kappa KaiNi Gamma
gave n royal entertainment to the different
fraternltloaof the Htato University, at the
Immii nf UIh Helena Lnti on Wetlncaday eve
ning. The first part of the evening was de
voted to high five, In which Mr. Forbes and
Miss Anne Funko won first honors, and Mr.
Heecher and Miss Nellie White contented
themselves bv aectirlnv second.
Dainty refreahmenta wero served, after
which (Unclng wan enjoyed until a late nour.
The Beta Thota Tl fraternity courteously re
membered the KantMi'a by sending them a
beautiful floral pleco In shape of a key, the
symbol of the Kappa pin. Those entertained
were! Mlase Helena Leu, Bertha McMillan,
Allle Lants. Mabel Llncly, Althoa Roberto,
Jessie Jury, Mattle Burks, Kate Bcothorn,
Blanche Hkldmoro, Htella Irvine, neme
White, Htella Kirker, Hallle Vox, flattie
Curtloe. Laura Roberts Kappa kappa
Gamma! Misses Bertie Clark, Anna tiarr,
Anna tunica, uiara waun, uerirune tw,
Kittle Weston Kappa Alpha Tt eta; Mimws
Josle Treemau, Lydla Mullen, Pearl Camp,
Laura Haggard, Helen Ureyory, Ureenand
Hutchinson Delta Gamma; Messrs. Mc
Donald, Chandler. Heecher, Forbes. Whaloy,
Colson, Putman, Banice, Nicholson, LaMna-
ter, BauKhinan, Fling Beta Thota n;
Miwsrs. Kelly, W. E. Harpy, Bhopherd,
Dixon, Sumner, Allee, Bulla, Brooks Blgma
Chi; Messrs. G. W. Gerwlg, Haggard, Gull
mette, Hardy, Lyman, Wvsterinan, Elliott,
Knrnsworth, Pllsbury, Welch, Wing, O. F.
Kunke, Payne, Mesdainea Barrisand Howard
Phi Delta Tliolnt Miatoa Droady Ilrldge or
Fremont, Sabine of Beatrice, Clara Carmody ,
Edit) Steen, and Nora Bteen of Wahoo.
THK TUKHPAY KVBNINU CLUB.
The Tuesday Evening club met this week
at the Iwautlfut home of Miss Lulu Clark,
corner Twentieth and F streets. The mem
bers had been requested to oome prepared
with a short story containing no leas than
three of the following characters: Pretty
girl but not brilliant; homely girl but bril
liant: bold, bail man; goody goody man;
common every day man; scheming mother;
honest rather; small brother, ibe stories
were well written and afforded much enjoy
ment. After the refreshments, which were
very dainty and palatable, the art gallery
was exhibited, containing a silhouette of
each member, Miss Lottie Clark graciously
introducing each one, and then the guests
were obliged to guess the original. Those
present were Misses Anna ban, Clara
Walsh, Gertrude Laws, Olive Latta, Dena
Looinis, Isabella Oakey, Grace Gritllth,
Marue and Rose Carson and Annie Funke;
Messrs. C. D. Mullon, W. K. Hardy, G. W,
Gerwlg, Lieut Pershing, D. G. Wing, Geo.
Covert, Will Johnson, F. G. Zehrung; Messrs.
and Mesdames H. C. Voung, A. B. Coftrotb,
Dr. Ladd and J. B. Cunningham.
HONOHINO A QUItT.
On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Wrisht delightfully entertained a large com
pany In honor of Mrs. Wright's sister Mis
Robinson of Chicago. High live was the
game enjoyed, and Miss Jeanette Wilson and
Mr. Ed. Fitagerald will have reasou long to
remember the pleasant epeutug, as they
carried away the souvenirs, the ladles prise
being a handsome book of water colors,
illustrating views von Lake George, and the
gentlemen's a pretty ash receiver. Dainty
aud delicious refreshment of two course
were served. The guests were Messrs. and
Mesdames H. C. Young, C. B. Llppincott,
TUtou, A. B. Coffroth, C. F. Ladd, D. E.
Thompson, H. R. Nissley, A. D. Burr, R. D.
MUlr, Mr, ltolilnson. Aliases uaysie itoom
son Hallle Hooper, Jeanette Wilsou, ' Rachel
Brock, Olive Latta, Anne Funke, Isabella
Oakey, Fanny Hawley, Martha Funke,
Maude Burr. Messrs. W. E, Clark, J. T.
Dorgan, Ed. Fitsgerald, Frank Hathaway,
C E. Montgomery, Lieut Pershing, F. O
Zehrung, W. Morton Smith, Will Stull, F.B.
Cook, Lew Marshall and Ernest Funke.
MA. AND MHS. RBWIOK'8 HIGH FIVK.
Mr. aud Mrs. E. C, Rewlck entertalued a
congenial party of friends at their home on
U street last evening. High live was too at
traction of the evening and at ten oclock
dainty refreshments wero served at the
table where the evenings work was accom
plished. The Invited guest Included Messrs.
aud Mesdames Geo. H.Clarke, R.T. Van
Brunt, W. B. Wolcott, H. 11. Patrick, w. Q.
Bell, J. P. Maule, Geo. Cook, A. G. Bill
meyer, Barr Parker, M. J. Waugh, L. W,
Coatee, J. F. Lansing, P. H. Holm, A. H.
Weir, W. E. Kirker, F. A. Brown. J, W.
Winger, L. U. Van Denburg, w. tl.rroston,
Harry HaU, T. U. Munger, D. Shilling,. J.
W. Smith, C. W. Knapp, J. G. Wadswortb,
P. W. Plank, C. Richardson, Judgoand Mr.
A. a Tlbbeta, Mrs. C. William and R. R.
Osgood of Albany, N. Y.
TUB PATRIARCHS PARTY.
Oueof the pretlest parties ever givon in
this city wa that at the Llncolu on Wednes
day evening by the young gentlemen mem
bers ol the club. An elaborate luncheon or
seven course was served In the ordinary,
which had been tastefully decorated. Those
participating were Messrs. and Meedames R.
H. Oakley, N. O. Brock, Carl Funke, J. D.
Macfarland, Ed. Green, R. O. Phillips, Ed.
Ewlng, C. H. Gere, A.M. Baird, Dr. Bill
ings, Will Wlleou, Ed. Holmes, Mesdames
AtkhMoa, Hard, Stephen, Brock, Misses Cora
Hardy, Gertrude Laws, Margaret Baird,
Clara Walsh, Isabella Oakey, Messrs. W. H.
Hardy, O. F, Funke, Fancon, Will Stull,
W. Morton Smith, Cooke, Lieut Pershlhg,
C. E. Van Duyn,
A BIRTAOAY ANNIVERSARY.
The twenty-fifth birthday anniversary of
Mr. H. H. Burkett was marked by ap leasant
mrtv At. tita hnm HiOT 1 1 MnMtc MnnoAT eve
ning. Cards furnished entertainment until
a late hour, when the guests were invited In
to the dining room where an elaborate
supper awaited them. The occanion will long
be renaem bered by the following wno were
piveent Misses Georgle Thlell, Jessie Lan
der, Clara Dullug, MaryThtell, Nellie Mor
gan, Mesdames Haseltou and Bntly. Messrs.
A. L. King, Bently, L.aud John Thlell,
Bethell and Ray King.
FLBASANT TIMB WITH COL. AND MRS. PACK-
A thoroughly enjoyable party was given
by Col and Mrs. Pace at their pleasant home
Twehtyrsecood and N streets Wednesday
evening, complimentary to their daughter-
in-law Mrs. John face or Helens, Montana,
Progressive high Ave was played until eleven
o'clock, when elegant refreshments were
eerved. The following were present: Messrs.
aud Mesdames J. C. Salsbury, Cal Thomp
son, J. T. McDonald, 8. M. Mellck, C. R.
Stevens, Alva Smith, Ed. BIgnell, George
Spencer, Harry Wright, a K. Hale, Mee
dames Guy Brown, Woods, J. Bain, aud Miss
Helen Bain aud Mis Woods.
LAST MBBTINO Or W HUT CLUB.
The beautiful new home of Mr. and Mrs,
J. A. Buckstaff wan thrown open for the tart
time on last evening to the members of
the Whist club and a few special guest.
The club hat just closed it third season, aad
bat proved Itself one of the most ea Joy able
CAPITAL CITY COURIER, SATURDAY, MAY 141892
social organisations of Lincoln. The mem
tiers are Messrs. and Mesdamea J , A. Buck
staff, B. II. Burnham, J B. Wright, I. M.
Raymond, N. C. Ablwtt, Carl Funke. J.
Doollttle. N. O. Brock, J, H. Harley, Dr.
Appolgate, R. A. Perry, and E. S. Hawley,
TIIK PBAHT Or MUMO NEXT WEEK.
Tickets for the May Festival have been
sclllns: unite rapidly during the past week,
and Indications now are that each of the
three nights next week will find a large and
cultured audlenco present at the new Lan
sing. The program for the May festival Is as
follows: Monday night, "The Bleeping
Beauty," Tuesday night, miscellaneous con
cert; Wednesday night, "The Messiah."
ENTERTAINED BY A KINO.
Clinton D. King entertained a company of
friends at hi parents residence 1507 L street
Wednesday evening. Social 'game wero
duly enjoyed after which a delightful lunch
was served from a novel menu which added
Interest and merriment for the company.
Among thoso present were: Misses Cooper,
Kimball, Carveth, Burks, Conger, Beck,
Highland, McGuIre, Hoffman, Stewart,
Stanley, Minnlo and Lydla Millar. Gentle
men present were: Messrs. Hammond-Tyler,
Poundstone, Harvey , Stanley, Conger,
Carveth, Warduer, McGuIre, Bowman, and
NOTBH AND PERSONALS.
E. N. Saulsbury Is In Chicago this wenk.
Judge H. J. Wbltmoro departed this week
for Portland, Ore.
Dr. C. E. Bpnhr has gone to Denver to re
main a few days.
Mr. Wing, B. Allen of Omaha was a Lin
coln visitor this week.
Mr. and Mr. Paul II. Holm left Tuesday
for a short trip to Denver.
MIsh Mollle Nolan of Galesburg, 111., is
visiting friends in thifclty.
Now centrally located at 1223 O street
Browns popular Cafe.
Miss Jeannetto Wilson has returned from a
visit of three weeks In Chicago.
Menu unexcelled anywhere. Try the new
Cafe Royal, 124 North 10th street
Mr. F. Bromwell and children left Wed
nesday for a visit to Monmouth, III.
Mrs. J. B. Wright gives a high art party
this afternoon to a number of her lady
The Tuesday Evening Club will be enter
talned May 24th by Mr. and Mrs. A. B
Mrs. F. W. Baldwin and son Mattaon. have
returnedjfroni a visit of several months in
Miss Fannie Hawley is bome again after
spending a week with Miss Belle Sousley of
MIks Winifred Cummin of Marion, Ohio,
arrived Thursday and is the guest of Mist
Mrs. Judge Dundy and daughter, Mist
Mae, of Omaha, are in the city, guests of
Mrs. L. C. Burr.
Mrs. P. W. Plank and Miss Lotta Andrut
attended the Theodore Thomas matinee In
Omaha on Wednesday.
Messrs. R. Murphy and Hester left at noon
Wednesday for Shickley, Neb., on a business
trip, returning Thursday,
Mr. Oscar J. Munge loft Wednesday after
noon for a two weeks trip to (.Milwaukee and
Chicago and other points in III.
Mr. James Kelly gives an informal card
party this evening for Miss Flora Iloutz, who
U visiting here from Milwaukee.
Mr. Harry Nutter will spend Sunday In
Lincoln, Neb., with bis friend, Mr. W. C.
Drake. De Moines Mait-Timtt,
Mi B J. C. McBrlde left Wednesday for
Galveston, Tex., to join her husband who has
been there for some months post,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Curtlss of Medford,
Minn., are visiting Mrs. W. N. Abbot at 1220
A street Mr. Curtlss is a brother of Mrs.
Mrs. Robinson and daughter Miss Dayste,
Mother and sister of Mrs. J. B. Wright
arrived Wednesday from Chicago to make a
visit of several weeks.
Miss Laura Bridge and Nellie Gibson, of
Fremont, were tho guests of Miss Grace
Bridge at 1200 A street for a few days last
week, returning home Monday,
A very interesting lecture wa given at
the Plymouth Congregational church lost
Tuesday evening by Mrs. Sheffield, a re
turned missionary from China.'
Mr. Kester, of Topeka, arrived in the city
last Tuesday, and with his family has located
in Lincoln at 226 South Eleventh street.
Mrs. Kester is a practicing physician.
Cards have been received in this city an
nouncing the marriage of Mrs. In M. Dorr
to Mr. James C. Tabor in New York City
April 25th, which city is to be her future
Mis Gertrude Marquette and Miss Nan
LtlUbridge have returned after spending the
winter in New York, where Mis Marquette
has been stadyiug art aud Miss Lillibridge
Rev. Norman Plaas returned to the city
Thursday after a short vacation of several
weeks, during which time he visited at his
former home, Hudson, N. Y., and at other
Mr. Frank Clark, proprietor of the City
dining ball, left on Monday for Bt. Louts,
accompanied by his niece, Mis Florence
Jarvis, who has been visiting here for the
past six months.
An excellent program was rendered Tues
day evening at the regular weekly students
recital at the conservatory of music by the
following: Mlssee May Belle Hagenow, Ida
M. Roe, Morrel Stevenson, Kate Videlti, An
nabel Lee, Alice Cronley, Jessie Benton,
Messrs. Fred Elche and W. L. Cray.
In honor of Mr. Frank A. Burr of Conneo
ticut, Mr. Frank B. Burrentertalnedasmall
company of friends very delightfully on Sat
urday evening. The guests were Misses. Nel
lie Kelly, Rachel Brock, Maude Burr, Fay
Marshall, Ruby Jones, Annie Funke and
Tbeo Laws; Messrs. S. T. Ht John, Lew
Marshall, Chas. Millar, Frank Zehrung, Ed.
Fitagerald and George Minor of Omaha.
The "Novelty" social that occurred at the
Plymouth Congregational church Tuesday
evening was largely attended and a pleasant
financial success. The novelty couslsted of a
program for the supper that few could read,
and it was amusing to see what choice dishes
tome of them selected. One lady got water,
toothpicks, onions and pickles. But the
greatest novelty was that it did not rain until
after the affair was over and all weresare at
home before the next of the series of showers
The friends of Mrs. R. H. Townley and the
public In general will be glad to learn that
she has almost entirely recovered her old
time energy and strength. This is due to
the skillful treatment of New York physi
cian. Mr. aad Mrs. Townley expect to re
turn to Lincoln next week. But it will be
impossible to get within a mUeoH"Dlck.n It
it thl way; when tbo President ami; his
cabinet wero In Now York during the laying
of the corner stone of Grant's monument our
"lucky Dick" was Invltml to dlnd with the
President and a select twrty, No one can
blame lilm for walking on air.
Mr Clement Chess and her son Clement
leave next Tuesday for Kansas City, where
she will join Madame Mojeska and her hus
band Count Charles Bocenta, and Miss Free
man of New York City, who will make n
pleasant party for the transcontinental jour
ney to Southern California by way of the
Atchison, Topeka 6c Santa Fe. Mrs. Chase
will spend tbo first part of the summer with
her mother, Mrs. Edwards, at Santa Ana,
and at "Arden," the beautiful home of
Madame Modjeaka, in Santiago canon, and
later they go into camp together at San
Juan by-the-Sea, whereMr. Chase expects to
join them with little Miss Carmellta, probnb-
In July. Umaha Hut, Hunday, 8th.
The Greet Itarnum-Ilalley Clreua
comes to Lincoln next month,solt is said, but
what Is that comared with the ever inter
esting announcement, to Uie fair sex In par
ticular, that Eugene Hal let t has just re
ceived another addition to his already large
stock of diamonds? It is safe to say that no
Lincoln house sells half as many diamonds as
does this well known jeweler. It's no big
day for him to make three or four large
salea in his diamond department People go
all over town but finally, on the wind up, call
a halt at Hallett'a to make purchases. Tbo
reason Is plain and clear. Hallett makes a
s)ecialty of these proclous stones, carries a
big stock, has them In any kind of setting
that may be desired, and being satisfied with
a reasonable profit, makes many sales, while
others having smaller stocks and big prices
retain their goods. Fifteen years In Lincoln
has gtvon Eugeno Hallett an enviable repu
tation, and his representations are always
guaranteed. Go and see him about diamonds
or anything else you may now want or ever
need In he jewelry lino.
See those Pattern Hate at Thornburn
Sisters, 1242 O Btreet
Finest bread in Lincoln at the Bonton
bakery, Twelfth and P streets.
Ladles bats trimmed In latest style and nt
reasonable prices at Mrs. Corrells, 14i3 O St.
Wo carry a complete line of flower and
garden seed. Oris wolds Seed store 180 So.
The Cafe Royal (Brown's Restaurant) la
tho handsomest in the city. Meals from 15
cents to 115.
When the fashionable ladles of the city
want the latest in Millinery, they go to Mrs,
Gosper's, 1114 O street Where do you go?
Fountain syringes of all kinds, ladles gos
samer and everything In the rubber goods
llne'ls being sacrificed in order to close up
the business of the Lincoln Rubber Co., 1230
O street Now's your chance.
Removed from 14a S. lath street
126 N. ELEVENTH ST.
LADIES' HATS RESHAPED.
DEER PARK AND OAKLAND
On The Crest Of Tbe AIIe0banies,
3,000 Feet Above Tide-Water.
SEASON OPENS JUNE 22d, 1802.
This famous mountain rcsorts.iltuated at tho
summit of tho AlleKhanlcs und directly upon
the main line ol the Baltimore and Ohio
Hallrond, hnve'tho advantage of lis splendid
vostlbuled express train service both oast and
west, snd are therefore readily accessible
from nil pnrts of the country. All Baltimore
and Ohio trains stop at Deer Park and Oak
land during tho season.
Hates, 00775 nnd IU0 a month, according to
location. Communications should be ud
dressed to UEOIMJK D. Db8I1IEU)H, Man
ugcr llaltlmore and Ohio Hotels. Oumborland
Md,, up to Juno 10; after that (Into, either
Deer Park or Oakland, Garrett County, Md.
asd isstitctb or rzxtuxsiiir,
Shorthand, end Typewriting. U the best and largest
College In the West, ex Students In ettendsaoe lut
year. Students prepared lot busuwas In from S to t
tooths.' Kxperlenoed faculty. Personal Instruction,
Beautiful Illustrated catalogue, colleen journals, and
01 peamananip, aeni iree vj aaurvumg
1 .11.1 JBRIDOK BOOtX Unpin, Nob.
The largest stock of Furniture
in the city.
The Lowest Prices
Bookcases BifagBllli m
$7-50 1 . H fZgM
$20.00 BWB II ,; JJ
HARDY & PITCHER, 21 1
Baby Bonnets . -: -:--:
Friday and Saturday
Wc will offer you baby bonnets in the
most unique styles at prices unheard
LOT 1 A very neat bonnet 18c worth 30c.
LOT 2 Three Styles, choice at 25c.
LOT 3 Choice 35c.
LOT 4 Choice 47c.
LOT 5 Choice 69c.
Our Lace Sale Will be Continued
for Friday and Saturday.
"ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST"
1 109 O Street.
BEAUTIFUL LINE OF
TIES in styles
confined to us.
CALL AND SEE THEM
MISS MADDERN, Trimmer.
HERPOLSHEIMER & CO.,
Who Wear Hats ::::::.
We wish to impress it upon your minds that we are
here to save you big money on milliner)'
WE WANT your trade and will throw
out a long line to gain it
WE WILL show you twice as many flowers
and designs as any other house in Lincoln
Our House Furnishing and Queensware Departments you.
will find overflowing with useful article.
CHARLES A. BROAD,
1 124 O STREET.
Formerly the Great 25 Cent Store.
Sts.S"hW 111 ' Ml MT I11 tf
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Will be in
Who Wear Hats and Bonnets
S. 1 1th Street.
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