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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 February 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC K1RKSY1LLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor FniDATpEBRunYl2 18S6 The speeches in Congress on the silver question oro numerous and the white metal has a host of unexpected fri sndr Illinois for the first time in n quarter of a century has failed to raise enough wheat for its own use by five or six million bushels On Monday fifty thousand people paraded tho streets of Lon don smashing windows and mob bing citizens Tho police were powerless to control the infuriated multitude and all London is alarm ed at the threatened destruction of life and property In this issue we begin a new story Slings and Arrows by Hugh Conway Our readers will remember the story Called Back by the same author which created such wide spread interest Tho present story though shorter is equally as interesting and we ad vise our readers to begin with the first number When the President Issued his proclamation ordering all the cattle out of the Indian country it was heralded all over the land as a giant st...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 February 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KJRKSVTLLE MO T E Sublatto Proprietor Try FsBinlttY 12 1336 MttivoiLLc K K TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING EOUTH Ko2 Mail 9 00 am No 8 St Louis Express 1137 p m No 22 N local Freight 1025 a m No 23 Tlirouch Freight 114Sa si NoH3 Tliroacti Freictt 1015 ru GOING NORTH No 7 St Paul Express 429 a m No 3 Mail WJOrji No 21 Local Freictit 200 p m No 97 Through Fricght 300 p u No 1 and 3 are daily Throcsh freight trains do not carry paswngcre Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Expn arrives Mxlt Fi ght arrh us 12 JO p it WEST Mail and Exprcs arrives 750 r si Freight nrrnes 12i0 r M Gotten up on Short Notice and in First ClnssStjle The traveling public and tlioso of our citizens talcing early or Lite trains will find this popular restaurant a great conveni ence A full Hue of cigars tobacco etc on sale THE VABAhH DiNING HALL JOE H NICHOLS PKOP Is the place for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CUP OF COFFEE For Trade Two excellent dwellings in Kirksville for farm prope...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 February 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KlRKSYILIiE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Friday February 12 1SSC PARAGRAPHS It was n miserable old cow that kicked over a lantern whereby Chicago was consumed and a careless boy dropped a lamp into an oil pan at YounRstown the other day and sent SS0000 into viewless air Yet the cow and the boy are among the most indispens able appendages o domestic life The mail reaching Denver one morning lately and after a snow blockade of nearly two weeks re quired four four horse wagons to haul it from the stations to the postoffice About 175000 letters and 1257 packages of registered matter -were included in the block ade People silly enough to believe that the Uliio man was disappear ing from current history have been convinced of their mistake by recent proceedings at Colura bus The Ohio man loathes ob scurity however much it might be come mm When a political faction resolves to present a solid front to the enemy the latter will wisely step round to the opposite side before kicki...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 February 1886

1 WEEKLY 150 Per Annum SL1SGS AND ARROWS By KUail CONAY Anchor of CnHrrfBacV Dark Datt fnmv Affair Ha U away said Mi Tlosiitcr plaint Helr OX 1 am to mnJi to Uamel rnght to hive nab all sorts of inqurlsi ibontyou Mr Vsaa You f ncad ca 1 mare thjra oa his re trn Whan will tha bar1 No cm knows Tomorrow pcrhapi rert month next yar Ono never can say Oade r Oh dear1 1 langlnl and drew V ola airar We wen boppy tant wo forrot all about Mi Ros kilcro plaintive and t troubb 1 no U n Ebrut Volis guardian I did not evoa ask whit manner of man hi was ru twidvrsnttcrwa d I knew la tho rvaiaT I cnlbd a usualat Mi- Uiteri Viola heard rar knee cnJ met me in the hall Eustaes cam baet to day Hs is hre now shes iil joyfuly J lasoi her nni followed her into the rotm to real the acquaintance of hcrgtrir d an A ti onh she hid called hinr by his Ciinstian name I fullv cipcted to fladaim a sobjr middla aged nui but in tin easy chair lomgingai if the place belongol to tun and ialVag volnblr to Mi Basilar I ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 February 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KUtRSVILLE MO T E Sublette Iroprietor Friday February 19 18S6 Senator JJecks bill lias been favorably reported The question of submission is a growing one Submission -will eubinit It ib estimated that 100000 cattle perished within a radius of 100 miles from Fort Dodge Kansas and that at least 100 persons were frozen to death in that state during the cold oreather since the first of January Keep away from Kansas A stranger entering our Iost office while the mail is being delivered would at once conclude that our post office quarters are very much cramped Either the old building will have to bo used entirely as post office or an addi tion will have to be built for the accommodation of the public We have spoken a number of times of the advantages a fair would be to Kirksville and Adair eour A number of persons are now working the matter up the people are becoming enthusiastic upon the subject and all who fa vor Adair Count- having the best fair in Missouri with the openi...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 February 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC URKSVUXB MO T E Subletta Proprietor Fridat February 19 18S6 KIRKSYILLE R R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card GOING SOUTH No2 Mail 3 00aii No 8 St Louis Express 1137 p h No 22 Local Frehjht 102 x m No 2G Through Freight 11 IS x M No 93 Through Freight 1016 x going NORTH So 7 St Paul ExprsM No 3 Mail No 21 Local Freight Ko 7 Through IrUght GIH p M 200 r M SSOrx No 2 and 3 are daily Through freight trains do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Exprws arrives Fit ght arrive WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives Prof C H Dutcher of War rensburg is in town visiting his father who is very sick Misses Lelia and Cora Gossam neices of Mrs James Hope arriv ed from Kentucky last evening Mr Exos Garrett of Mendota is visiting his brother James of this city J F Edwards returned Thurs day evening from a trip to south west Missouri and Kansas C C Biggs of Prairie Bird re turned from Ills last Thursday Mr Thornton Alexander of Greentop called Tuesday on bu...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 February 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KaKSULLE 110 T E Sublette Proprietor Fmdav TEunoAitY 19 188G ItUNTSVILLE TEXAS 7 A Visit to thpNormal School and the Present Home or Prof Bal dwin A View of the old Home and Grave of Sam Houston As a news gatherer for the Guaph rc in the days of its infancy we trust this communication may be accepted though miles and months have intervened In a recent trip from Missouri throtfgh Texas to tho JRio Grande and tho Bcmiblic of Mexico wo stopped at Hunts- ville for tho purpose of seeing our old and venerable teacher Prof Baldwin Immediately on our ar rival we wended our way to tho Sam Houston Normal building where we found its president in room number fifteen at his post of duty Wo arc somewhat accus tomed to thointerviewing business yet when ushered into the pres ence of our former teacher we felt as though Old Time had taken a backward roll and made us a schoolboy again and that our duty lay in the line of answering rather than asking questions We were introduced to tho ...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 February 1886

fjti Sv - -V -U 150 Per Annum QKlEKsVILLE m QUlrCY CARDS Vt W Juln ev Bulncs House an i rcprcfcitatlvc mca Wc would call thenltuntlon of those of ou pAlron who deal In Qiilucyeipeclally roun try nierchunls lo thl lUt Especial car Ukca to have first clKss rcsponMbl men un Ifcr UvU L 0 WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDS Y Model Maker and Machine Repairer Third and Main Street Quincy Illinois All work guaranteed satisfactory or no pay Cash paid forold copper bras zhicaud lead SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers of IROX HOUSE FRONTS ALL KINDS Or GRAY IRON CASTINGS Quincy Illinois Corner Fifth and Ohio St K1RKSVILLE CARDS WILLIAM L SKITS MANUFACTURE 3JOOTS AK SHOE First door north of Donghlass Jt Sons lum ber yard opposite City Hotel retpcctfclly so licits a share of jour patronage Guarantees satisfaction Sewed -work a specially r r oeeetwood w r oinonui GREENWOOD fc OLDHAM ATTORNEYS AT LAW MlSSOUEI Office southeast coroer public Mpnarc j is aces building over Gibbons grocery T W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW A...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 February 1886

IrV US r - RJ h 3t r TCT - E ri Aftv Cf i j 3Xt WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKSYILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fmday Pebbuary 26 18SG Wo give in this issue an abstract oEiiho personal assessment books for Adair county A com parison of tlio different townships will prove interesting With tha republicans on the oao sido trying to find out why certain officials have been removed and the Democrats on the other trying to find out why aioro or them have not been removed the President is having a hard time of it The agitation of the silver Question in England is becoming morov serious every day It is probable that both England and Germany will bo compelled by public opinion to take up this question wi thin a year and give it the consideration that is due the laboring mans money There is a rumor afloat in literary circles that The Podsnap Boot jack Presentation which ap peared in the local press some years since and created quite an excitement will bo issued some time this summer with the sequel whic...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 February 1886

v WEEKLY GRAPHIC KTRKSYILLE 7tI0 T E Sublette Proprietor FRIDAY FEBRPARY 2P ISSG KIRKSVILLE R RTIME TABLE Wabash Time Card OOING SOUTH N 2 an No 8 St Louis Eipre No 22 Local Freight oSJ Through Freight No H3 Through Freight GOING NORTH o7 St Paul Expres No 3 Mail No 21 Local Freight So U7 Through Megbt OO0jLit -1137 pm 1023 am 11rfdiit 1013 r ir 420 am 630 r St 200 KM 330 r it Xo 2 and 3 are daily Through freight train do sot carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Express strini Freight arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freight arrives 1250 P H 750 pm 1240 rM Gotten up on Short Kotico and in Tirst Clans Stjle The traveling public and thoe of onr citizens taking early or late trains will find this popular restaurant a great conveni ence A full liuo of cigan tobacco etc on tale THE WABASH DINING HALL JOE H NICHOLS PROP Is the place for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT CTJP OF COFPEE For Sale A number 1 com pass Red Surveyor outfit address this office For Sale...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 26 February 1886

e t U V- LT - IT iJi BA PfSvS Mr Early Chicks are Best Chicks in our noitlie n and middle etales should be hatched in tlu months of April and May These are the best months for this pur pose If hatched earlier they re quire special care and are liable to become stunted by tho cold weath er oven if they survive Not a fos uroaptto die If batched latci Jho time of their growth is short ened aniLwhilo the smaller breeds may develop sufficiently to show wellin tho winter exliioitions the larger breeds seldom are sufficient wejl grown for that purpose Earl chicks by reason of great maturity better withstand the cold weathei of the winter are bettor layers through tho winter are bettor fit ted for breeding purposes if pull ets must bo used the next season When tho farm takes good care of tho owner rest assured the own er is taking good care of the farm The thriftless farmer always pre sides over a farm that dont pay An exchange savs show Missouri to be the lowest on the criminal calandar No...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 March 1886

i -3 II 1 f TS 150 Per Annum QU1NCY CARDS The following Is a lut of Flrst cUrt xjuln ty Bntlhcfs Houses ami representative uiea VVe would cJ theslleiuluti of those of on pitrons who deal In Qumey especially cotttt try merchant to thl lUt Ejjiecial car sou taken to havr fird rlnss rcrponslbl men on the Urt - L c WTLLIAMSOtf BRASS FOUNDRY t jodkl iliker and machine Repairer - third and Main Street Qaiucj x Illinois AU work guaranteed tatisfactory or no pay Cash paid for old copper brass zinc and lead SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers of IRON HOUSE FRONTS ALL KINDS OP QUAY IRON CASTINGS Quincy Hliaoi Comer Fifth and Ohio St KIRKSVILLE CARDS p r geeekwqoo w d oldiiaii GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEYS AT LAY EKiEisTiutx - MissotJct Office foulheast comer public square 7 ie cces building over Gibbons grocery- J W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAAY AND NOTARY PUBLIC Office over Minnenrs Bakery Kirks ville Missouri ggDR PEARCE Vggs DENTIST South Side Square Employ all the means ued by any Dentist to secure pain...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 March 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIRKBTILLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fbidat March 5th 1886 Sam Small says that a man cant be a Mugwump in religion jvow uie question comes in can a religious man be a JIngwumpin politics The New York Sun has this to say to CoL Morrison Isnt it true that the United States is now the greatest manufacturing nation en earth This has been done un der protection could it have been under free trade The Keokuk Canning Com- pany has doubled its capacity and will put up 40000 cans of fruit per 1 It TT 1 Ml uay uus season juricsviiie gro cers buy largely of this establish ment which they would not do if we had a similar establishment at home Ours is a better fruit country equally as good for vege tables and with the increasing de mand for canned fruits and vegei tables of all kinds a canning establishment could be made to pay the first year Our far mers are clamoring for it Will not Bome one exhibit the necessary amount of enterprise to give it a start The indignation among the...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 March 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC imKIYIELB MO T ESuWeUeff t Proprietor Friday March 5th 1886 KIRKSVILLERR TIME TABLE r Wabash Time Card ooixa sooth Nj 2 all 9 01 a jt No 8 St Loun Express hot r m Vo 22 -Local Freight nr 1040 dp UliU k Ksa Through Freight 12sJoAit Ao93 Through Freight 1035 r ac GOING NORTH No St Paul ExpreM No 3 Mail No 21 Local Freight No i7 Through Frieght 4UWa u G5pm 15 p u 3 0jru No 2 and 3 are daily Through t R ight train do not carry passengers Quincy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail and Expross arm i Friht arrives WEST Mail and Express arrives Freignt arrives 75GjiiLi 12 fi0rse 730 1 it 1210 fM THE WABASH DINING HALL JOE H NICHOLS PROP Ib the plnce for A REGULAR MEAL A SANDWICH OR A HOT GUP OF COFFEE Gotten up on Short Notice and in First CliM Style The t mi cling public and thoe of our citizens taking early or late trains will find this popular restaurant n great conveni ence A full lino of cigars tobacco etc on tale GRAPHICS Eli Perkins Next Friday night Rough Miarch weather Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 5 March 1886

Jf confinement profitably and without detriment for any length of time prodded nil their wants are at tended to is well known What we mean by close confinemontinnj not be plain whether we mean in close coops as at exhibitions or in buildings with suitable out door yards attached Wo mean both In the first place while it is a fact thnHn some cases fowls have suffered by the vear nnd tear of various causes attendant upon transportation and confinement in other cases fowls have made the tour of a dozen successive winter shows confined in small coops during transportation and in exhi bition coops during the show and have not been apparent sufferers In the next place wo find many thousands of persons keeping fowls in cities and villages where to avoid annoying trespass it is necessary to confine them in small yards This too is successfully done In both cases the proper attention to food and cleanliness with certain other minor details ensures success But there is a limit while a pair of f...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 March 1886

I i II Ml m w WEEKLY 150 Por Annum CKlEKSVILti WS i QUlNCY CARDS The follnwiii t list of Firt clas Quirt try HoiSp uii ircirc talhc Hied We koiIucaII thcnttONtloo or thip of mi patrons who ilral iu Quimrycsecially cnun try merchants lo this list Kspeclal car was taUri uac url rlass rosponslbl m u on tLc list L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FOUNDRY model makeit vxd machine Repaibeh Third and Main Street Qnincy Hlinois AH work mrraateed satufnctory or no pay Cash paist for old copper bras zinc ami lead SMITH HILL A- CO Manufacturers of IROX HOUSE FRONTS ALL KINDS Or GRAY IliON CASTINGS Quincy Hlinois Corner FifUiandjOhiOjjSt KIRKSVILLE CARDS r P OUEENWOOD VT D OLDIIAM GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORNEYS AT LAV Mlssocbi Office southeast comer public square liereces building over Gibbons grocery J V JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Oalce over tiUc Missouri AND NOTARY PUBLIC Minnenrs Bakery Kirks Dr PEARCE B2NTIST South Side Square Employs nil the mean used by any Dentist to secure painle s Dental operations STEPHE...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 March 1886

WEEKLY KmKSYILlK T E Sublette GRAPHIC MO Proprietor Friday March 12th 18S6 Secretary Manning is changing his tone in regtml to silver coinage He 1ms taken decid ed ground in favor o hinietalism and free coinage Henry Ward Beeclier s sou has been knocked silly in a slugging match up at Harvard If he remains in that condition he will make a first class mugwump like his father Mr Hatch has introduced a bill The most conspicuous thing about the bill is its want of merit Without Congress becomes absent minded during its discussion there is little danger of its pass ago Xew and rich gold deposits have lately been discovered in South America Central Amer ica and Indian Territory If these discoveries continue to succeed each other so rapidly Germany Prance and the money kings of the United States will be demanding the demoetization of gold Men of honest convictions ana Jionest intentions are never afraid to trust the people and abide by their decision Sub mission is coming The people demand...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 March 1886

WEEKLY GRAPHIC KIKKSVrLLE MO T E Sublette Proprietor Fkidat March 12th 1SSG KIRKSVILLE R o i R TIME TABLE Wabash Time Card VIOING SOnTU i y 0 A M St honU Kiiirvas 11J7 p m I3fal FrciSit ar 10 n Up IMffi M jf h Tfcrougli irvurm olV Through Freight G0IN0 XOHTll S j 7 St lanl jqrM No 3 Miil No 21 Local Freight No S7 Throujh Frissht llLo A a 1035 r M A M ii5 P M 15Jpm fc03 P M No S and 3 aro daily Throncli freight train do not carry passengers Quinoy Missouri Pacific R R EAST Mail mi J Express arm Frtisht arrive WEST Mail trail Express arrives Freight arrives 75Ga si 730 r it 1240 r M THE WABASH DtNING HALL JOE IT NICHOLS PBOP Is tho place for A BEGULAB MEAL A SANDWICH OB A HOT CUP OP COFFEE Gotten up on Short Notice and in First C1W Style The traielirc public and th fc of our citizens taViue early or late trains will find this popular restaurant a great conveni ence A full lino of cigara tobacco etc on ale GRAPHICS Another Beautiful snow yesterday Dont forget that Eli Perkins will lect...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 12 March 1886

I Vefgiyzfvirtj WEEKLY GRAPHIC KTRKBVUjfB Ma T E Sublette Proprietor Friday March 12th 18SC POULTRY AND FARM The first herd of cattle known on the continent of America Tvere brought by Columbus on his sec ond voyage From these and from other smnll herds brought by later Spanish navigators the -wild cattle of South America descended In 1353 the Portuguese took cattle and hogs to Newfoundland and Nova Scotia The Cannadian cat tle were introduced in 160S In 1620 Virginia had 500 head of cat tle The most stringent laws were passed prohibiting the killing of any domestic animal In New England cuttle were introduced in 1G2J It is said that for a time prices were regulated by color a red calf being cheaper than a black one because it was more likely to bo mistaken by the wolves for a deer and killed The opponents of the bogus but ter trade are making themselves heard in Congress Concurrent resolutions from various State leg islatures have been presented ask ing Congress to legislate on the...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Weekly graphic. — 19 March 1886

U WEEKLY 150 Per Annum QU1NCY CARDS The following Is a 1IM of First clakfc Quln ev Business ltoucs an i rcprcfotathc wen ttc would caII the attention or tlioic of nu patrons who deal in Quincy especially coun try merchants to this lli t Eepccial car was Ukn ti ho GrsUclasa responsiul men on ttc list L C WILLIAMSON BRASS FQUNDRY Model Maker axo Machixe Reiairer Third and Main Street Quincy Illinois AU work guaranteed Satisfactory or no pay Cash pucf foroldcopir brass zincaud lead SMITH HILL CO Manufacturers ot IRON HOUSE FRONTS ALL KINDS OF GRAY IRON CASTINGS Quincy IUinoi Corner ITifth and Oliio St KIRKSVILLE CARDS r r geeexwood rS2l W S OLDUAil GREENWOOD OLDHAM ATTORXEYS AT LAV JJKnucsvmK llissocni Umoe outuoa a comer public square Flereoe a building -over Uibbous grocery T W JOHNSTON ATTORNEY AT LAV AXD NOTARY PUBLIC Ofliee over Slmnears Bakery Kirks Tille Mi ojiri Dr PEARCE DENTIST South Side Square Employs all the mean ued by any Dentist to secure Dental operation STEPHEN HALL C...

Publication Title: Weekly Graphic
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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