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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 30 June 1875

I SUBSCRIPTION KATES. One copy, one year-. S 2 00 Ten copies, one year 17 50 Twenty copies, one year.. . .... 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-up of a club of ten or twenty. As we are compelled by law to pay postage in advance on papers tent outside of Ohio county, wc are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers will be promptly si-ippcd at the expiration of the time subscribed fur. All letters on business must be addressed to Jso. P. Baerett A Co., Publishers, THE HARTFORD HERALD. One sirare, on. insert on 1 00 Ooe square, each additional insertion- SO One square, one year..-.-. ......... 10 00 Onr-fourth column, per year. 30 00 One-third column, per year ... ...... 40 00 One half column, prryearHWmH ...... 60 0U One column, one jcar- 100 00 "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WOULD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." For shorter time, at proportionate rates. One inch of space constitutes- square. The matter of yearly adrertaea...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 30 June 1875

THE HERALD. JOIIX l HAKi;iMTt CO.. 1'illiIKIiors. m aixu k i-urr.M.r.. i:iiior. IIAKTIOKI), OHIO COITXTV, KV. WI'DXESIMY, Jl'XK 0. IN75. UE.HOCIt.lTIC STATE TICKCT. For tlorcrnor, jrA5Il It. .Ilcl'lti: AltY, uf Madison county. For Lieutenant-Governor. JOIIX I .MICItWOOII. of Vrren county. For Attorncy-Gcncral. TIIO.tlAS l MUSS. iiCMcCrackcn county. For Auditor. I. IIOWAI SMITH, of Owen count. For Treasurer. JAM IIS W. TATI. of Franklin county. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, II. A. M. Iir.XII'.R.SOX. of Bourbon county. For lleEi'ler of Land Office. THOMAS D. MAKCT.M. of Lawrence county. Resolutions. T"c bold it to be absolutely essential to the preservation of the liberties of the citizens, that the several States shall bo maintained in all their rights, dignity and equality, as tho luott complete and reliable administration of their own domestic concerns, and the surest bulwarks against anti-republican tendencies. Every attempt on the part of the Federal (iovcminent tn ex...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 30 June 1875

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IS THE TOWS OP IJAETFOED, OHIO COlLtti, KEXTUCKV, HT JOHN P. BARRETTt CO., AT TI1C PRICK OP XSTTtco Dollars a Year in AdcanccBBi Job work of crery description done with neatness and dispatch, at city price. We have a full line of job types, and solicit the patronage 01 mo business coin in unity. Tketayean ectry copy nf The HeuaMi i jtrepmd at tktn ctjjiee, Onr term vf bcription ore 2 00 per yerxr, tnrtiriabty in tidmncrm Skould the piper nptnd implication, from any eautc, during the year, tee trill refund the money due on nbneriptiont or fHrnith ttbert bcr fot the unexpired term Kith tiny putter of the tame price they nicy trleeu Adcerticntentt of bantu men are molieUed; except thne of ntloon keeper and deader ih in t ox t eating Ittinor, trhieh tee trill nvt ttdtnit tn our column under any circttmntancc. All commnHtcittionn and contribntionn for pub It ration mii( be addreccd fr the Editor, CotnmHnicatiomiA refptrd toadeertitatjtand...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 30 June 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICU LTV BAL, In' fattening animals much depends on having good, thrifty stock to begin with Thtre is a great difference in this respect, some animals eating hear tily at all times, while others are al ways dainty and poor feeder, particu larly among ordinary native and grade Kittle. Doubtless there is equal dif- fl.mmv in enwTnimis nf fnlUiiW ml. i i ?i ? it. . .1 iie.aimiixsoriiiniorcaneiiuuiiuiun r. .......it a .i:.. : ohrstnlacc select a cooUKina. lttiicyare XtL i i o , :X.ist Ji feeiling, fTittcning or milking qualities, All signs fail sometimes, and the result of the most careful breeding will occa- sionally be a degcncratal specimen, ill-favored and nraeticallv worthless for " t brin" inirnnw. Simh animals should Ijo sent to the shambles at once, no matter what the loss may be to fan- cy. breeders. This is one objection to the pedigree system. The fact that an animal is mristercd in a herd-book TI. I gives it a value of hundreds, perhaps thousands, of dollars, w...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 7 July 1875

SUBSCRIPTION lVTES. On copy, on year....- CO Ten eopiei, one year............ y 50 Twenty copies, one year....... . 30 09 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-up of a club often or twenty. As we are compelled by law to py postage in adrance on papers tent outside of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions in advance. Ail paper will be promptly stopped at the expiration of the time subscribed for. I "Y7-VT l All letter! on business must be addressed to y J jm J JSOt X . I11KBKIT Ol. VU., tUliuauriBi THE HARTFORD HERALD. ADRTISING. BATES. tj COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACIC" HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY JULY 7, 1875. Ooe iqairo, one insert on.-.. 1 " One square, each additional ioaerlfifC 5 One square, one year... . 19 One-fourth column per year...- - 30 00 One-third column, ter year 40 00 I One-half column, per year -- .. SO U One column, one year-...-... 100" (III For shorter time, at proportionate rate...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 7 July 1875

THE HERAXX). JOHN 1. I1AIUIETT CO.. Publisher. WALLACE GRrCLI.r, Editor. ii iirrroitD. omo couxtv, ky. WEDNESDAY. JVI.X T. 1S75. DCttOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, JAMLS'II. HrCItUARY. vf Madison county. For Lieutenant-Governor. joiix v. r'Kitwooi. of Warren county. For Attorncv-Gojioral, tiiomas "ii. .itoss. ot JlcCrackcn county. For Auditor. It. UOtVAlP SMITH. of Owen county. For Treasurer. JAM IX V. TATE, of Franklin county. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, II. A. JI. iiExnr.usox. of Bourbon county. For Rf gister of Land Office. THOMAS I. MARCL'M. of Lawrence county. Resolution. IV e bold it to be absolutely essential to tbe preserrati in of the liberties of the citizen, that the several States shall be maintained in all (heir rights, dignity and equality, as the most complete and reliable aaimnistrat'.on or tneir own domestic concerns, and the surest bulwarks against anti-republican tendencies. Every attempt on the part of the Federal Government . , i . . t in exer...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 7 July 1875

THE HERALD. IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, IX Till! TOWX OP RARTFOED, OHIO COUNTV, KEXIl'CRr, cr JOHN P. BAfoRETT.& CO., IT TUC TRICE OP J&rftvoDdlarsa Year in Adwiicc.X&& Job work of ererjr description done with 'nrntneBS and dispatch, at city prices. "Wcbavc a full line of job types, and policitthtrjatroiiagt f the business community. The pottage on every coiv vf TliJC HebaLD 'prepaid at f At ojfice. Our ttrmt of ulcrwttoH are $2 00 per year, invariably in aula Wee. SkoulH the paper Mttptnd publication, from any ran?, during the ye-irt tee teifl refund the money due on eubicription, or furnith fittUcrt here for the unexpired term tcith uny jtajter vf the tame prtre they tiaykefcct. AdcertitemenU of hunineee men arct eolicited; except thote of talooH "keeper und dealer in in toricatiuy liqnor$t trftiVA tee tiU not admit to our column t under any circuit ttauce. All eommmttieatiotii and ctmtrthntiont for pub lication tKHl he tcd3reced to lie Editor. Communicat...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 7 July 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULT URAL. I.onrdiiis Farm llniitls. Should the wives of well-to-do far mers, who are possessed of houses, lands, stocks, alive and dead, be com pelled to run, manage, and do most of the work in boarding-houses ana laun dries for the accommodation of labor ers? Our opinion is that they should not. No such thing is expected of the wires or the other employers, and it should not be expected of the wives of those farmers who have like means. The pleasure and comfort of any home is destroyed when it is converted into a lodging and eating house for laboring men. Especially is this the case when the laundry is attached. It would be better in every respect to have arm hands live by themselves. It would be much better for the fami ly of the farmer, and generally more pleasant for the hands themselves. At present, in this country, only nnmar ried men, as a rule, are employed to work on a farm. In other kiuds of business, it is found that married men are the best employes, bei...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 14 July 1875

ADVURTISING RATES,' THE HARTFORD HERALD. One copfj-one jiirM.M ......... $ 2 00 Tea copies, one yeir........ 17 50 Twentv copies, one yctr ...... 30 00 An addition! copy, free of charge, to the getter-op of a dob of ten or twenty. At ire are compelled by lin tojay postage In advance on papers tent outude of Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on subscriptions In adraneet Alt papen will bs promptly flapped at the expiration of the time subscribed fur. All letters on basinets must be addressed to Jhoi P. Bibkctt & Co., Publishers, One square, one insert on.-$ ! fOiv! One square, each additional insertion. to. One square, one year 10,1 KO One-fourth column pfr jrar . 3'sl)w One-third column, per jeir........ 40 t(t One half colnniir, per yrar... CO 00 One columnone year ....... 109 00 'I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY BACK." Forihort.r time, at proportional rates. One inchof rpace eoSStitntei'a'(lnare; Tha'iiialler of ViaVTV a'd...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 14 July 1875

THE HERALD. lOIXIT P. 0AHRETT4:Ch,PifMf9&tff3. WALLACE GRIICLLE, Editor. IIABTTOKB, OHIO COUNTY, II Y. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1875. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, J AXES B. JIcCKEARY, of Madison countj. For Lieutenant-Governor, JGHX C CXDEKWOOD. of Warren county. Vor AUorney-General. THOMAS E. MOSS. ;of McCracken county. For Auditor. n. bowad Hxrnx. of Owen eoontj. For Treasurer, JAXES W. TATE, of Franklin county. Tot Su'nerintenden't of Public Instruction-, H. A. X. KEXDERSOX. of Bourbon county. For Tteglster of Land Office. , THOMAS Tt. 3f ARCCJI. of Lawrence oounty. Keawlntlons. We told it to be absolutely essential to the fret erration of the liberties of the citizens, that the several (states man be maintained in an their rights, dignity and equality, u the most ompleta and reliable administration of their own donestio concerns, and the surest bulwarks Arainst stnU-recublicaa tendencies. Bvery attearpt on the part of the Federal Government to exercise a power not aeieg...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 14 July 1875

THE HEKALD. - IS PUBLISHED EVERT' WEDNESDAY MORNING, ijt the tows or BALTFOBD, OHIO mm, KEKICCKY, JOHN P. BARRETTJ& CO., ittbi rsiCE or JC3T Tvx DoSan a Year in Adva", Job work of every description done with neatness and dif patch, at city pricei. We hare a fall tine of jot) tjpei, and solicit the patronage ei the basinets community. gt on every copy tf TOJE He BALD lit prepaid at IJk.it ojp.ee. Qnrttrmfof tubttriptum are 2 00 perytar, imvariahly tn advance Skculd lit piptr suspend publication, from any cause, during tke gear, ic tcill refund tke money due on subscription, or furnisk subtcri ieri for ts unexpired term tcili any paper of the 3M prtfe t&ey may select. Advertisements of business men art solicited; except those of saloon keepers and dealers in in toxicating Honors, Khich tee will not admit to our columns under any circumstances. All communications and contributions Jor pub lication must be addreseed to tie Editor. Communications in regard to ndtertisingtandjob f...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 14 July 1875

THE HERALD. AGRICULTURAL. The fJraa ;or How Khali it be Done? The "VVi-teni and Southern grange, if they know anything, certainly know by this time that the agricultural peo ple West and South of the Alleghanies not only pay the greater part of the revenue necessary to carry on the Government, but are burdened with an oppressive protective tariff, whereby millions of money go from their pockets into the coffers of Eastern capital en gaged in the manufacturing. This is not paid directly, it is true, but no less surely on that account When a far mer buys a pocket knife he pays a quarter or a half dollar; a scythe blade contributes as much, and we cin't tell how much is paid when we buy a suit of cassimere clothes. Consciousness of these facta will do ns no good unless it leads to some rem edy. What 'shall it be? This is the question the Grangers should prepare to solve. It is well kowu that only through the Congress of the United States can any relief be expected, and that only throug...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 21 July 1875

ADVERTISING KATES, THE HARTFORD HERALD. One square, one insert on.$ 1 00 Ono square, each additional insertion- SO One square, one year. .. 10 00 One-fourth column per jcar......... SO 00 One-third column, per year........ 40 OA One half coining, per year- SO 00 One column, one year 100 00 One copy, one jcar.......... ..........$ 2 CO Tea copies, ono year........... 17 50 Twenty copies, one year 30 00 An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-op of a club of ten or twenty. At we are compelled by law to pay postage in advance on papers rent outside of Ohio ctunty, we are forced to repairs payment on subscriptions in advance. All papers will be promptly stopped at the "I COME, THE HERALD OF A NOISY WORLD, THE NEWS OF ALL NATIONS LUMBERING AT MY RACK." For shorter time, at proportionate rates. Ono inch of space constitutes a sqnare. The matter of Yearly advertisements chanced expiration or the time subscribed Icr. I"Y7""T 1 All letters on business must bo addressed to i V I I i...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 21 July 1875

VTHE HERALD. -TOJI.Y l EAimCTT A CO.. PitblUlicrs. ir.lIX.VCi: GltCELLi:, Editor. UARTfOBD, OUIO COfJSTV, KV. WEDNESDAY, JCXY SI, 1S75. E.ttOCIMTIC STATE TICKET. Tor Corernor, J.VCS B. JIcCBEAHY, uC Madison county. For Lieutenant-Governor. JOH. C CXDEUWOOD. of Warren county. wjVfe Vor Attorney-General. T" THOMAS E. MOSS. Jof McCracken county. For Auditor. D. HOIVAD SJlITn. of Owen county. For Treasurer. JA7IES V. TATE, of Franklin coanty. For Superintendent nf Public Infraction, H. A. 91. IIEXDEHSOX. f Bourbon countj. For Rtgiiter of Land Office. TIIOMAN D. JIAnClM. of Lawronee county. Resolutions. We hold St to be absolutely essential to the preservation of the liberties of the eititens, that me several cuues f nau qo maintained in an their" rights, dignity and equality, as tbo most compete and reliable administration of their own domestic concerns, and the surest bulwarks against anti-rcjwblicsn tendencies. Every Attempt on the part of the Federal Government to exercise a power no...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 21 July 1875

THE HERAJLD. IS rUELISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, is in tows or HABTFOBD, OHIO G01TSTF. KESTUCKF, BY JOHN P. BARRETT & CO., it tui raicc or ZSTTico Dollars a Year in A(lcancc.B& Job work of every description done with neatness and dispatch, at city prices. We hive a fall lice of job types, and tolicit tho patronage ef the business community. The pottage on every copy of Tat IlEKlLD prepaid at this office. Our termt of tubtcription are 2 00 per year, invariant f advance. Should the paper tutpmd publication, from any came, during the year, tee Kill refund the money due'on eubmcriplion, or fumitk nultcri lert for the unexpired term teith any paper of the tame price they may tehtct. Adcertteementi ttf (uiitii men are tolteited; txecptthote of eatoo teepcrt and dealer) in in toxicating liquort, icAieft tee tcill not admit to our columue under any circumttancee. AHAeommunicationt and contribution for pub. licatiou'iuuit le addreteed 16 theJSditori , Communication in rejard to ado...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 21 July 1875

THE HERALD. A a R I C U L T URAL . THE PATRQNSJJF HUSBANDRY. Editois IIaktixjiii) IIi:kam: "When, in the course of human events, largo lwrtlons of former political par lie?, of their own volition, emancipate themselves from the political dictation nnd party rule of their loriner' associ ates, a decent regard for past affiliation. tvould seem to render necessary the assignment of some reason as to why Tiiich steps have Ikcu taken. The issues upon which parties di vided, as they now exist, began with the Compromise measure of 1850. The abolitionists, it is true, ran a candidate against Polk and Clay, but the slavery question was a side issue with the peo ple at large. The increasing promi' nence of this issue, resulted in the death of the Whig, and the birth of the Republican party, soon after the time alluded to above, and since that time Slavery became and has been the vital issue. After years of war, this issue was settled by the adoption of the Constitutional amendments. Since the...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 28 July 1875

THE HARTFORD HERALD. ADVEETISIXG RATES. One copy, one year......... 2 (M Ten copies, one year ' 50 Twenty copies, one year . An additional copy, free of charge, to the getter-up of a. dul of ten or twenty. Aa we are compelled by law to pay postage in advance on papers fcnl outfide or Ohio county, we are forced to require payment on tnbscriptions in advance. All papers will lo promptly sUnpcd at the expiration of the time sulwerilif d fcr. All letter on business must Ie a.l.lrci-scl to Jo. P. IUkkett k Co., Publishers. One square, one insert on .......$ 1 Gft One square, each mlditiuna! insertion- 50 One ixpiarr.nne year.... ..... ......... 10 til One-fuurtb column ht year........... SO 00 One-third column, per year....... -I'J 00 One half column, per year-. ...... CO 00 One column, one jear. ...... .............. 100 00 Forshorter time, at proportionate rates. One inch of space constitute a square. The mnttcrofy early advertisements ehanzed COME, THE II Ell A LI OF A XOISV WOULD, TH...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 28 July 1875

1 TITE TIER ALT). JOHN" i. ClItKEl r A. ,.. lMlJi;itTK. wai.i.aci: r.iiiior. ii.vki'I'oi:i. ouio cin'.vrv, kt, weiemay, jriw as. ist.". general interest; ami i the lir.-t .line vp liave ever heanl the practice qne-tionctl. And we shrewdly suspect that if it were not feared that he will prove a formidable competitor to some pet of these supersensitive, fault-finding editor.?, for the Senatorial toga, we should not hear Governor JiE.-i.iK so severely criticised at this juncture. OK.1IOritA.TlC STATE TICKET. "PETE'S LETTER." AVhile spending a few day. at Rough Creek Spring.?, in Hardin county, last week, we were told a good joke on a rare good fellow, which has the merit of being literally true, and which is too good to-keep especially as we have the permission of the party most inter ested to put it in print, Several years ago a young couple vc:c married in a pleasant Daviess county village. In due course of time their union was hles-ed with a girl ba by. Like all other tabic, their l...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 28 July 1875

THE HERALD. I' rCELI'BED EVERY WEDNESDAY HORNING, is the tows or HAL'TFOED, CIIIO COUMT, KENIL'CKV, DV JOHN P. BAHRETT.tt CO., AT THE I-BICE Of jtST Tico Dollars a Year in Adoance.-SX Job work of every description Jone with neatness an J dispatch, at city prices. Wcbave a fnllline of job types, and solicit the patronage of the business community. The pottage o every co;y of The Hebald u prrjtaid at thi office. Ourteratof tulteription are 2 00 pertear, invariably in adrance. Should tie p'iper emptnd publication, from any cam', Jnriny the jenr, ic Kill refund the money tine on tub'cription, vr fnrnifh eubtcri ber for the unexpired term Kith any paper of the same price they tuny select. Advertisement of butinett men are solicited; ercept those of saloon keeper and dealers in in toxicating liquor t, tchich tre Kill not admit to our column under any eirenmntances. All communication and contribution for pul lication Bintt be addreiced to the Editor. Communications in regard toadcertising,...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hartford herald. — 28 July 1875

rjijjr-jg JJTJjJvljVIjX) j - AGJIICU LT UJIAL. Ruffcr .lliUiin;;. Correspondence Cincinnati Garotte. Last winter I trieil scalding the milk in a tin vessel set in hot water, then putting it in pans to niic cream. The cream was not m thick or the liuttcr near so nice as when I warm the milk only a little more than Wood warm. This latter is au improvement to straining it away col J. "Where only a Miiall amount of milk U obtained from the cow, it cliilLs too much lwlbre we can reach the house. I do not wann the milk in summer, hut I try to keep it cool. In summer, whenever my sour milk is skimmed, I always wash the pans and then scald them. If earthen pans are used they should cither be filled with boiling water or baked in a stove oven. To bake them properly, have them clean and dry, put them in the oven when the stove is not very hot, then heat gradually till too hot to hold in the hand. They s arc now ready to pet away to cool. Before straining the milk always fill flic pans with co...

Publication Title: Hartford Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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