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' TO-DM'S CELEBRATION
St Patrick's Day is Fittingly
Observed in This City
Notes of the Day.
From Tuurlny'n Dtttly.
Thi i-iiv wna dres'fH'il in a trula nt-
tire to (lav. Flaps, striMim rt ami
bunting were UHcd in profusion mid j
the burinoHH nounos iilonjf Main !
treet rcH'iitf(l n lint iippcaranco.
The Schuyler train brought in tin
' firt delegation -one from Lincoln
nd the other from Tocuiiisch, eat-li
deU'jjrtion lriiinin with them a
baud. The Omaha, South Omaha
and Council HHiITh delegatiouM
came in on No. 4.
The procession started promptly
Ht 10::M) and marched went on Main
to Seventh, north on Seventh to !
1 Oak, east on Oak to St. John's!
church where services in honor of
the day were held. After services '
the procession formed on Oak and
proceeded on the line of march,
ending at the opera house where
ranks were broken and the visitii
divisions were escorted to h'ock
wood hall, where dinner whs
There were twelve divisions rep
resented in the parade. The men
represented in each division ranged
from 1(X to thirty.
Four hands furnished music for
the occasion - the II. & M. hand of
this city, the Lincoln hand, the
Tecumseh military band and the
A. O. II. band of Omaha.
Joseph A. Connor acted as master
of ceremonies and delivered a shoi t
upeech, after which he introduced
Jude S. M. Chapman, who in a few
well-chosen words welcomed the'
visitors to the city.
Governor James H. floyd re
sponded to the address of welcome
after which he returned to the sub
j jeet assigned him. Nebraska being
the subject and the governor
' handled "Nebraska" in a masterly
This evening a programme will
. be executed at the opera house ufter
; which the festivities will close with
. n grand ball Ht Kockwood hall.
Joe Connor makes a first-chr's
, master of ceremony.
The South Omaha division of A.
O IL had more men in line than any
division in the part.de.
C. W. Holmes four horse rig was
up to perfection.
The banks are all closed today.
Hon. Win. Neville as grand mar
shal and his efficient aides, Kd Fit,-
.'geruld and P. O'Keefe were out of
; The county offices were all closed
' 1'lattsmotith A. (). IL are first
f Jlon. M. V. Gannon, president of
he Irish National League will
peak to-night on the subject "Ire
nd fot the Last One Hundred
f I The opera house was crowded
his afternoon and standing room
-an at a premium. '
,1 Business was at a stand still to
ny. Kvcry body was enjoying the
Gov. Jas. K. Hoyd, Hon. F. K.
.."hitc, Mayor Kichey and Col. Jas.
..Connor rode in the' open hack
awn by four white horses, appro-
Mutely decorated, at. the head of
. e parade.
'(.The opera house prexeiited a fine
The cold weather caused' a good
iny to stay at home, who would
lierwise have attended ttie
Railway Employes Club.
A club was organized last night
it he shops composed of. rail way
ployes. A meeting was held at
coach shops and wrs lareelv at-
ded. The aim of this oriraniza
jti is to secure a fair and just leg
ation for the railroads, and also
f t social sense to help one an-K-rwhen
sick or disabled. The
b organized and elected the fob
president - Wash Smith,
v'ice-jiresident - Frank Verinilyea.
easnrer Pat McCalleu.
iicret.irj - I lodging.
I J. Cassidy was elected a dele
ST' to the state comeiitiou.
A Contemplated Change
4;seph Opelt. who was until
1 ntly proprietor of the Opelt
,c at Lincolnwas in the city
night. Mr. Opelt was in the
; with a view of taking charge of
ir,..i u:i i . .i. .
j( iiim-i miry aoom mo mt ol
;, IHK llCKAt.D is reliably in
ed that Mr. Opelt is a first class
'j man and t hut he i thinking
i seriously of taking charge the
" ' vv
.in the way the Journal urored
'democratic primaries' -one
'A think that the democrats had
I to put the necessary boodle
ie spring election.
The Boyd-Thayer Matter Finally
The supreme court took up the
case of the State of Nebraska ex rel
John M. Thayer vs. James K. Uoyd
yesterday morning, an 1 .the case
was dismissed on a motion of de
fendant's attorneys, and the costs
were assessed on John M. Thayer.
AI o which disposes of the case
which has been furnishing the As
sociated press daily speculations
for a month or more. In case Gov
ernor Thayer's attorneys ask leave
to file a reply to Governor Iloyd's
answer the ropiest will undoubted
ly be granted.
A number of the leading demo
crats, today threatened to start an
other paper, because the Journal of
last evening called them Jack leg
gamblers, loafers and the general
rilf ralf of ihe town. They say they
want a party paper that will uphold
the party and not be howling for
boodle all the time.
I'hi- weather reports that came in
to d;i from all directions report se
vere bb..ards. At Dallas, lex., the
telegraph reports say that the fruit
trees ,i.e in lull bloom 1 1 1 1 I that Ihe
rain and snow has frozen on them
and ruined the fruit prospects.
lli.-liiet cotut adjourned to day
o i account of St. Patrick's day, ; s
toe room I i . I I been engaged by tl C
A. O. II.
t.ix iiu In s of snow is reported at
Little Iv'ock. Arkansas, and it N
feared that the fruit crop is grcalh
The A. O. 11. si-cured a rate ol
forty-live rents for the round trip
between this city and Omaha.
I'red Patterson af Kock H! nil's is
in the city to day.
Hon. Orlando Tefft of Avoca,
chairman of the republican county
central committee, is in the city
A. O. H. Return Thanks.
The members of the A. O. II.
Hociety of this city hereby return
their heartfelt thanks to theciti.cus
of PluUsmoulh for their generous
gifts and their assistance towards
making the celebration of St.
Patrick's day a success. Ily order
of the committee.
Fiom Friday's Huily.
Geo. F. McNamee, of Union was
in the city over night returning
home this morning.
Ivngineer Henry Hetnpel, is in
the city on a visit to his parents
from Denison, Texas.
Miss Alma Waterman, Mrs. V. D.
Jones and daughter, Miss Oil ir
were passengers this morning.
Orlando lefTt, chairman of the
republican county central com
mittee departed for home this morn
Jim Fagan came in from McCook
to celebrate St. Patrick's day, re
turning home this morning for
M. L. Thomas, formerly editor of
the Independent, of thia city, but
now bushiest, manager of the Lin
coin Sun, is in the city attending
Mrs. W. I). Ivvans and daughter
Miss Edith, Mrs. W. M. Kvans and
Mrs. Anna Goodwin, of Malvern,
Iowa and Mrs. Z. L.Lindsey, ofOnia
ha are the guests of O. II. Snyder
A barn belonging to Mr. Foltzof
Khmvood, was blown from its
foundation last week during the
storm, and there were several head
of stock in the bam at the time, but
none were injured. -Weeping Wa
J. H. Adams, president of the
hank of the Fvagle, was in the city
to-day and made The IlhKAl.n a
pleasant visit. Mr. Adams is an
old time resident of this county,
having been here over thirty years
and has always voted the straight
' T.. ft , t
inr. iir.KM.n would uc ever so
much obliged if our evening con
temporary the one that clipped
the wlwile nrticle from Wednesday
evenings IlEKAl.n would be kind
enough to gie credit, instead of
taking it bodily from the columns of
Tltli llKkAl.t) and running it as
'original" matter. Till- Hkk.M.o
prints the news when it is news
. .... I .1. : . : i . ,
.urn v ii ii t mm iiiiiii it nas iieen
published and then "clip"an article
ami run u in as "original matter
as was done last evening.
The jury in the trial between Jam
eson vs. Cole .V Sackett, could not
aree after bring out ninety-six
hours, although the first ballot
the rote stood It to I in favor of fie
fondants. The contrary juryman
would not listen to the arguments
of the others, bul managed to feed
regular and enjoy himself. The
suit was brought to recover about
$ViUi that Jameson i iaiiiir le be
out through the time 'the him of
all airs during the time the firm were
in business liere. It is. jud known
as yet w hether the case will be tried
again or not. W. W. Republican.
The Day's Festivities Closed With a
Musical Program and Grand
Ball in the Evening'
After the ppeaking yesterday af
ternoon, which concluded at 4:30,
part of the crowd departed for
Omaha, but the majority remained
for the evening program. Those
remaining spent the time going
through the H. & M. nhops and in
specting the new court house.
Long before 8 o'clock the opera
house was crowded to its utmost
capacity, while the gallery was well
filled. Promptly at 8 o'clock Dr. W.
J. McCrani, of Tecumseh, who had
charge of the evening entertain
ment, stepped to the front of the
stage and announced the evenings
program would begin with a sel
ecting from Prof. Heck's orchestra.
After the orchestra had rendered a
seleMiou and the applause had died
away. J. II. Llym, of Omaha,
recited a poem entitled "Kinmil's
Vindication" which received a
The next on the program was a
sob. by h'ev. Itrtien. of Omaha. Af
ter a hearty encore the reverened
gentleman cum back and rendered
.ui Irish ditty in so pleasing a
in. inner that he was called back
ai'.ain. This time he said he was to
tiled to sing but would tell a story.
I he story told by h'ev. tiruen
brought down the hoi m- and was
rece v. d with thundering applause.
Mrs. K. H. liurris rendered a
i;inni) solo in a very pleasing
maimer and was roiiuuiy a.)
Next on the programe was a sel
etion from the Ow l Club entitled
Come Hack to hrin" which re
eived a well merit applause.
Mrs. T. A. Kilroy of Lincoln was
on the program for a soprano solo
but was unable to attend. Her
place was filled by Miss Maggie
Iv'ush of Omaha, who sang a
soprano solo that was loudly ap
plauded and brought forth a fine
isket of flowers. Miss Kush then
sang another solo in a very satis
Hon. M. V. Gannon then delivered
i masterly speech on "Irelrnd for
the Last One Hundred Years."
which was followed by a duett
by Mrs. K. H. Hurris and J. K.
Pollock that was well received.
Miss Annie Tighe recited a selec
tion that receiv ?d a hearty encore
and as Miss Tighe was leaving the
stage she was presented with an
The evening program wad con
eluded with a selection entitled
"The Lost Landmark" by the Owl
club, After which an adjournment
was taken to the ball room in K'ock
wood hall where the day's festivi
ties were concluded at a late hour
and the larger portion of the'erowd
returned to Omaha on a special.
The visitors spoke in very high
terms of the treatment they re
ceive at the hand of the citizens of
A Farewell Surprise Party.
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Chbrchill were
the happy recipients of a farewell
surprise party last evening. The
tune was most enjoyably whiled
away with amusements customary
at such gatherings. Hoping that
the same good luck and pros
perity which ha ever been theirs
while residents of our city might
follow them to their future home
near KocklMuiTs, the jolly company
departed. Had they deterred the
festiviites until this evening they
would have celebrated the thirty
eighth wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Churchill, who were the
third couple married in this county.
Among those present were:
Messrs. and Mesdames Charles
Kankin, Aily, Koyal, Harwick,
Nichols, Arnold; Misses Nina
Tucker, Anna Hall, Kuth Churchill,
May Hall; Messrs Charles Langs
ton, Sherman Sage and McGinnis
The State League.
A meeting of the directors of the
Nebraska state league has been
called by President T. J. Ilickey to
c mvene at the Capitol hotel in Lin
coin lo-iiiorrow u c p. , u. most
important work before the meet
ing will be the arrangement of a
schedule of dates for the season,
w hich is considered no small task,
the interests of each club and of the
league as a whole requiring care,
The jury returned a verdict in
favor of the plaintiff in the case of
Hannah Adgate vs. Win. Tighe,
sheriff of Cass county.
Frank Carruth vs. Chas. Harris is
on trial totlay in district court.
. At the instance of the county at
torney W. H. I.acey was discharged
from the county jail, no charge
being preferred against him, after
being confined eighty-six days.
The professional pickpocket was
getting in bin work yesterday.
Four different ladies lost their
pocket-hook at Ihe opera hous,.
and one young m m lost his over
coat and $)." if reports are true.
THE DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.
The Democrats Meet and Place a
Ticket In the Field.
From Satunlay't ZVi.lv.
At a littleafter 8 o -lock last night
the democratic city convention was
called to order by D. C. McEntee,
chairman of the city central com
mittee, in Kockwood hall. A large
crowd had congregated to witness
the workings of the convention.
On motion of W. C Willets, Chas.
I). Grimes was elected temporary
chairman and Dal Jones temporary
secretary. Chairman Grimes, after
taking the chair, thanked the con
vention for the honor conferred.
On motion of D. M. Jones a com
mittee of five was appointed on
credentials. The followinc com
mittee was appointed W. 1). Jones,
J. J. McVey Chas. Cummins and J.
The committer on credentials
reported all delegates present.
On motion the temporary organi
sation was made permanent.
The chair appointed W. C. Willets
and I). F. Foster as tellers.
On motion of James Grace the
convention proceeded to the nomi
nation of a candidate for mayor.
Fred Herrmann, of the Fir.-t ward,
in a short speech, placed in nomi
nation Charles M. Mittler.
Simon Lynch, of the Fourth ward,
placed the name of John A.Gutsche
before the convention for their con-
The first bal'ot was an informal
one and resulted in eacli candidate
receiving thirty-four votes one
more ballot than there were dele-
The second ballot was a form ill
one ami resulted as tollows: i.
Butler, 31; J. A. (ht sche, 3.1.
On motion the nomination of C.
M. Hutler was inside unanimous.
The next in order was the nomi
nation of Frank J. Morgan for
treasurer. The nomination was
made by acclamation.
The convention then proceeded
to place a man in nomination for
the office of city clerk. Pat McCal
leu of the Fourth ward placed the
name of W. K. Fox before the con
vention. Ivd Fitzgerald, of the First
nominated Henry Hons. The ballot
resulted I follows; W. K. Fox. 38;
Henry Hons, 21.
The nomination of V. K. Fox was
then made unanimous.
The next on the program was the
nomination of a candidate for
police Judge. M. Archer and
Stephen Clifford were placed in
nomination, Archer receiving 41)
votes and Clifford la.
The nomination of Judge Archer
was made unanimous.
Chas. D. Cummins and W. C
Willets were nominated by acclam
ation for members of the Hoard of
The convention then elected Jas.
Grace chairman of the city central
committee, after which the couven
ti on adjourned.
Frank Morgan, W. K. Fox. and
Judge Archer are at present hold
Charles I). Grimes as chairman is
"out of sight."
C. M. Hutler had a hard man to
beat for the nomination, only beat
ing him by one vote.
The onh' demonstration to
amount to anything was when
Judge Grimes was elected chairman.
He took the chair amid thundering
Frank Morgan and the school
board were nominated by acclama
tion. The convention last night is the
first one held for a long time that
Col. Fred Kroehler wasn't on the
The convention drew a large
crowd of spectators.
Quite a time was had getting
seme one to serve as chairman of
the city central committee.
World's Fatr Notes.
It is probable that the visitor to
the exposition will have an oppor
tunity of seeing a more extensive
and finer exhibition of ancient
Creek art than it has heretofore
been possible to see outside of
Greece. P. Cavreading, director
general of the Grecian antiquities,
has written that the Grecian gov
ernment' has accepted the invita
tion to participate in the exposition,
with the understanding that it will
be represented only by memorial
of its antiquities. Charles Walstein,
director of the American School of
Classic Studies at Athens, states
that the Grecian government has
agreed to make and send to the ex
position casts of the principal
work of ancient art now in Greece,
together with maps, diagrams and
photographs. To these will prob
ably be added cast, and perhaps
some of the originals of specimen
of classic Greek art which are now
distributed throughout Europe.
The Maryland world's fair board
is planning to show in the Maryland
building a reproduction of the sur
render of his commission hv
George Washington. The report of
the board to the legislature asking
for au appropriation of $100,000,
states: "It has been suggested by ;
his excellency the governor, and I
the suggestion has met with much'
favor, that the old-senate chamber
of the state house be reproduced in
our building, and that a group of
thirty-two tigures be made to repre
sent the surrendering by Washing
ton of his commission, which took
place in that historic hall. Such a
tableau woulu t ttract many vis
itors and serve as a feature of
great interest. The act is almost
unique in the history of the world
a successful general, in ttie flush o:
victory, laying down his sword and
retiring to the duties of a homely
and quiet life after vanquishing the
greatest power on earth in a long
and bloody war and is sotneth ng
to be admired as well as wondered
at, and every son of our grand old
commonwealth should feel a per
sonal pride when bethinks that a
deed so noble was done on the soil
of his native state, beneath the roof
of his state capitol." j
The H. A M. received two new j
road engines this morning. j
Joseph Knotts departed last j
night for Council HI nils to spo.id
II. A. Mehlwain an 1 I.em Cooper j
were passengers for Omaha this
Mrs. F. S. White returned this
morning from a six weeks' visit in
County Superintendent Noble
came in from Weeping Water this
Attorneys Haldeman and Doug
las, of Weeping Water, me in the
Mrs. J. M. Leyda, who has been
quite sick for the last week, is able
to be up again.
Mrs. Caroline Engel, who was ar
rested yester ay, was to-day ad
judged insane. "
Miss Laura Mason, of Burlington,
Iowa, is visiting her sister, Mrs. G.
F. House worth.
Mr9. Wr. A. Swearingen went up to
Omaha this morning to visit with
Mrs. C. D. Clappe.
Superintendent Noble is exam
ining Miss McCroskey for a certifi
cate to teach school.
Mrs. J. M. Kerr of Dixon, Illinois,
mother of H. C. Kerr, arrived last
evening for a short visit.
A. C. Mayes returned last evening
from a trip through tht county,
visiting Union, Louisville and lilm
wood. Harris vs. Carruth is still occupy
ing the attention of the district
court. The court adjourned this
afternoon until Monday.
Mr. McCarthy, brother of Con Mc
Carthy, who has been visiting in
the city returned this morning to
his home in York, this state.
Mrs. Anna Goodwin, of Malvern,
Iowa, a sister of Mrs. O. H. Snyder,
who has been visiting in the city
departed for Omaha this morning.
Judge Archer today fined Chas
Johnson $5 and costs. The com
plaint was sworn out by II. C, Hack
ney. The case will probably be
carried to the district court.
D. O. Dwyer commenced action
before Judge Archer this afternoon
against Ellcubaiim, for profession
al services in connection with he
celebrated cow case.
Selwain Kinkcad vs the Singer
Machine company is occupying the
attention of the county court this
afternoon. Jesse Koot appears for
the plaintiff and John A. Davies Jfor
Real Estate Transfer
Following are the real estate
transfers compiled by Polk Hros.,
abstracters and publishers of the
T W Crulitree to Wom Cml.trve,
lots lo, 11. 12, block 17, Kittle $ -.'.mium
Juno Smitli to Alln'rt Newltull wSs
Tliomus llill nml wife to (ien K
RiieltsSMK-Ultl ll 10
Win II Kettsiinil wift-toWiii Hen
ry Hetts, hm of lie V, IIU'.' . .
I, I. Turner anil wile to C onrad
Si hueiiler, ii' lot 1 1. Hi Klmwood . .
Zoe M I' islier ntnl hustmiiil lo I'.
KKiitilu'wr lis 1 nml 1. 1, Kunn
herders mill to I'liittsinoiitli .
Louis Kiirijes mid wife to K' i-1 ie
Itros lot It). I I, K'iteliie I'liii'e aM to
I.iitiriiiiue Co to Murv odolf
lot I, I. Ill Avoiii
It Siebolil ami m t It- to l' I-' Henn,
pt of lie',. '.I.KMH
A T Wemlt mill wife to (.' M An
ilrns, w '4 of sv'4 of m-i, IM 1 11 nml
lots! to I unit IT, K in, I in l-lk X
lotr..2l, unit in Mk 4: lot I to
In nml lit, 1 1. '.Ii. mill I.Ik :.: lots I
to S. mill I t, f. mid .11 to '.'7 in lilk 7i;
l.lk 7 except lot '.': I.tk s except lots
H.ll. IV-H. 31 -Mauley
Jolm I Ipp to Jacob I Ipp, se '4 IT In
Situs W (ionznlcs ami wife to John
I'. t'.nnule n'n nvr)4 ;ilMII-lll
Win Tight i-herltf to Frank M
Wolcotl lot .11.1k 4.V- Wrt'pinK Wh-
Andrew J llerimuist nml w ife to
(i S KllHT ll'nof SW4 111 till
Jhiiics Hover Bilil wife to It X
KiclmrilH ' of no1 IT. It 10
:t. 1 01 1,1
I A Mii!'hiuI wife to Heiirvti'
It'rieii lot 4 l.lk '.', h'ei tor's uthl to
I,. M Marshall uml huhuml to It
1 1 Anilrus h'j lots 1 unit H WVrpitni
Win Wilkins to Willit-liii New
iiiiiii e'-jof M'i4 ill II
C tins A llminn. tru-tfc to ohn II
Meeker '.'.'. I.' I'J
I '. R RTEKS '
E?al Estate, Loan and Insnranoe AgenU
If on have real estate to Bell or
exchange semi u description, priae
of title furnished at reas
$fl,,,M, ,(l ,(l
i1 per cent and
I I il III :
i I 111
'oiifi, on good
Pi. A i i i 'i n
I I (Mil ly Hunk.
'.((. ' ! .ie .. hi
Il l I'll Illl.lCi-t
l ion given
I 'rac! ice.
Rock flu u s
i:.:- v. (:
in the Pass Noel building
e :.-. the Lc kit h I lopeMy.
to his beast."
is merciful un
HOW IS IT WITH YOU?
S A FIKST-CLAS:
Hl'YS A FIKST-CLASS
Ycvn - HqiMcss,
Ail Hand Madu ami Warranted.
See them at SAUTF.R'S new har
The Maker of low Prices.
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE
I'LATTSMOUTII, - NEBRASKA
W 1 IIFt.. -T-.il I J
Perfcetly Well t
Ftllmohb, Dubuque Co.. Ia., Sopt., 18tO.
MIbb K. Finnigan writes: "My mother tad
is tor ated Taitar Koenig'i Nerre Tonic tor dm.
ralgta. They are botb iwrtectljr well now aa4
noTW tired praiilng the Tonic."
Dattok, Ver., 8ept., 198.
I wai t uttering from nervoui deUllty, oaueed
bj djipepda. Didn't get more than Una
bonn' tleep dniinc any aight 11m eflH el Fas
tor KoeolK'i Nerve Tonlo 111 magical. I slept
ound and am bow a well ai ever alter taking
only one bottle. Ai a Nerve Tonlo, considering
bow harmless it ii, tniuk it Is the best medicine
wr iBVWted. 1. p. BHIKLBt.
Erumclaw, Wash. Ter., June, 1989.
J. Bweeney writes : I mast cheerf ally say
that of all the Nerve Tonic which I nave used
during the last twelve years, Fastot Koeaig to
the best 1 ever meed.
-A VnltiAhtA Honk on Nerynai
i'imwmm shdi iree 10 ny saimwe
sud poor pstleDts cto 1ho obSau
Uila medicine free ot charge.
This rratmly has beon prepared by the Rt 'wwd
Putor KiniK, or Fort VTivne, Ind since kflt, sol
In now prepirad under bis du-ecUoa by Uut
KOENIC MEO. CO., Chicago, I".
6oltlbyDrrifiristB'. TrorCotUo. 6Jor5
Put))srtsnea fear an loacer from Ik Is lhi( ef
Terrors, fur by a anwt wi.Ddvrrsl dtsravsry Ie
niMltrloe, rsnreron any part of Hie boily shd be
pfnuHili ewresl wltkeas the nse of
Mmt II. 1). Coi.bt, WOT Indlsna Are., Chtaefro,
9ny: " WasCHrMl of oancer of tho breast Id six
weoks by your melhixl of tn"iitifnt." M'nd f..r
troaUM. Dr. II. V. llale, M MUi 8U, Chicago.
rVwilltlftrHftttbe human fnrm luooomfullf trealmt
locWclop, streniitlien, enlarve sit weak, stomert.
onilnvelnped, feeble ornsns and purls of thebndr
which hove lt or nvvr attained a proper auil
rHturnl biib, due to III health, boo. emwa ,.r
unknown oaiiaes. There u one nielhod and
only one, by whlrb tbls msy be acoomplislird.
lunresniHl (tnw of MoimI to any pnrt, prndiioi'd br
sliniileHppanitiu sclinii sntoniallcAlly.rrpHtnunow
tissue. tiineiind viniir by the Miino nuiurnl lnwaa
theluorraneof le and strnthof mnwle. Don't
beprejudicod becnuse litlloqua. lu pr.psiby p.IIt
riHtans to do tho snme. I VKKTKiATK.
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