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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 August 1875

Poetry. Poetry. TAKE THE PAPERS. BY N. P. WILLIS. Wkj don't 700 Uke the paper 1 , They're the light of my delight ; , i icopl txmt cloctlon time, And lien I read fur spito. Bnlwcrtbe I you onnol lose oent ! Why should you be afraid! fur otab tliiu paid in money lout At Intorcat four fold paid. 0, Uicn, and take tbe papon, , And pay to-day, nor pay delay,, ' And my word for It is inforred, You'U Hve until you're gray. An old neighbor once of mine, , While dying of a cough, Desired to bear the latent newa .".'"....WhUa.bO wan going ou m 1 Iook tbe papor and I road Uf some new pill In forco ; Be bought a box and la he dead T No hearty as a homo. ..... tt,t .rr f -,-'t, I knew two man an in u alike . As evur you kaw two stumps J '! . -r... i.,.l.l fl.,A AUO uo piuuuui'aii. i'v r 4 difference! lu the bump ii w usW"! anii wllt It happier Uian a klug's ; The-children all can read and write, ini talk of meh and things.' ': ''J'thiothortooK no paper, . " ' ;,' . While strolling t1 rough the ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 August 1875

. Tu a. JJox)jtT U furnished to aulitajriueni al i't per year; Jlfor sin months; fltty cent ur three mouths, Invariably in advance. 1 (XBK-si'oNUKM:t, containing important new , wlldted from all parta of the counts. Writers name and address required on every communlca ton u a private guanwUeof good faith. Bwlnesa Cards one dollar per line per year. No ard Inserted for It than Uircedollan per year. Business. Notlot in Item columns on flftti pago, waited for ten cent per line each Insertion. If wiertcd hi reading luauer, twenty cents per Una. No notice will be iunertod for lew than fifty cento. Yearly advert! allowed UiB privilege of obanglnK Uieir advertlwrneiiui qiirU'.rly. Double column adVi-rti-eJiientH ' per cent ad ditional. AUtranslenl advertlM-mont roust be accompa nied with the cali. AjmwTisKimNTH, Ui liiMin Insertion, mvM bo banded In by Wetlnimuiy noon, tut of advertising rtirnislied on application Addri all communications tu K. MetiRKUOR A SON, Canton, Ohio. ESTABLISHED, A...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 August 1875

Business Items. 1 ll.t ...l.lLaaljl hrl,M ut the W feul FUtre." how stork tobeJpeuen'Katur- wy ' ' ' Down I Down I Down lower than ever, aro the .rlot if boots ind shoes now being wild by L. A, Moomfleld at 28 South Markotslreet. If you want a neat ind eoinfordble pair of boots, shoei or Upper, that wUl last long tud (IV general had-. taction, Mil on BlooruBeld. 1. r PUTNAM XKMINAHY FOR YOVNO LAMES At tAHESVIlLtJ, OHIO. Tb Ml term or thli InrtituUou will commence Heptewbcr fen, undnr the supervision of Rot. K Buckingham and wife. Circular can U bad on VppUoUou to th Principal. " '' 7,iuwMe,0., July 17th, 187&. ' V KU tillS OJt TRADK. '-Th widerslgned wtahetto sell hli property near the Canton depot, and located on Tenth and Cher ry streets. Tola k) a valuable property, with four buUdlngs thereon, and will be Mid entire or In throe part. Said property will be traded for a good (turn, KrfurtherparUeuUneaulreouthe premium. Haxav Bxcxxa. 4- Urgs stock of Oenti Fine Shirts, Just rece...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 August 1875

Poetry. LOVE'S REWARD. BY F. W. BURDILLON. Pw Love I labored ail the for. Through morning chill and di1JJt Jor surely with the evening gray, I thought, Love's guerdon shall be wect. it eventide, with weary limb, ' I brought my labon to the io Where Love bad bid me come to him ; Thither I came and found Mia not, Par he with Idle (oik had gone To dance the hoars of night away ; And I that to led was left alono, Too weary now to dance or play. , . BY F. W. BURDILLON. Miscellaneous. A MODERN SAMSON THE PRODIGIOUS FEATS OF A ST. JOHN RIVER NEW BRUNSWICKER. 1l .XI ' Thomas, or Tora! Gardner, aa ho was familiarly, called, was, bora -on the river 8L John, one mile bove the mouth of 'the Muctsqunck stream, In the year 1798. Viewed casually, Gardner gave noevi ' deiice of unusual power, but when strip 'ped his muscular development was tre "niendous.'aml It is affirmed that instead of the ordinary ribs he pointed a solid bony wall on either aide and that there was no separation whatever. He st...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 August 1875

Variety. MINOR MISCELLANY. A flock of 1,200 sheep '.were destroyed through a Btrange accident recently, near the Ban Jose Mission, California. The flock were passing along the edge of a teep precipice when the leader lost his footing and fell over the declivity. -The, ret of t he sheep, possibly supposing this wasin the usual way ofbusiness, hirnped one by one after their leader and were M killed on the rockB below. , , The enormity of the crime of whistling1 in .the, presence of a gentleman, and a slJaner ahd a'7clergyinatt tdboot;' wa8 lately prpught, home to a (aimer's boy of Pi'niance,' Wland.'arid the young mim exeant was flnfed $2 87 cpsta, his apology anticontritibnior so' heinons ah' offense Uinittdrly rtftiWd Jbt' thai IreVerend plaintiff. The penalty for this want of reverence will doubtless iause the too, festive boy to whistle hereafter in" mel ancholy strains. if- TtiA Montitib Industrial Beige states that Ckrmaa manufacturers are purchasing the fishbones gathered along...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 26 August 1875

The Democrat. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE GRANT PARTY. Thb history of the Republican party 1b D6 continued stream of violutions of truth, justice and the Constitution. Their leaders in accordance with the hopes and wishes of the Southern fire eaters, attempted no peaceful adjustment M Douglas, Stephens and other great and food men implored them to do. When war was Inaugurated it was pro longed for polical and corrupt party pur poses, and made to cost two r three times more than it should have done. By their inflation they disturbed prop erty values to the Injury of honest labor and business, and have doubled our pub lic debt by taking depreciated paper at par and giving (told bonds therefor in this way swindling the American people out of about one thousand millions of doll! They have established over 2,000 Na tional banks on a principle of the most infamous swindling on record for every dollar invested in bonds giving them in addition 90 cents! Against the will and wish of the citi sens o...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 September 1875

-, yarn r.ivv-" tf - .w,tjBi. VOL. 42. NO 13. CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER '2, 1875. A. McGREGOR & SON, Honshu 8 Political. Political. THE OHIO CANVASS. Hon. G. H. Pendleton His Speech at Warren, Saturday, Aug. 28, 1875. An Able View of the Financial Issue. Taft's Screed Fully Answered. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY AND THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 4 Ladub and Gkntlkmen : This splendid meeting; these fine old trees; this bright, beaming sun; this procession, triumphal in its beauty and its proportion?; this warm and cordial greeting, remind me of your meeting in 1863, when, during the most excited canvass I have ever een in Ohio, you gave ub the largest meeting and warmest welcome. To-day you Democrats of the KeBcrve give to Governor Allen the largest meet ing and the grandest reception I have seen this year. And yet not by Demo crats alone. I am told by gentlemen who sit beside me and know your faces better than I can, that many, very many, Republicans do me the honor to listen to me now. I am gratif...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 September 1875

Poetry. THE BUCKET. TUNE—"Jessie, the Flower of Dumblane." UIow dear to this heart are the scenes of my child hood, Wlion fond recollection recalls them to view, Site orchard, the meadow, the deep tangled wild wood, .And ov'.-y lov'd spot that my luflincy knew ; The wide snreodlim pond., and the mill which -alood by IL 'Tim bridge and tlio rock, where the cataract fell, Ttlm cot of my father, and tlio dairy house nigh 1 .And e'eu the rude bucket, "'which bung in the well; -3Tio old oaken bucket the Inm bound bucket "w moss covcr'd bucket, which hung in the well. 'Ttiat moss oover'd vessel I hall an a treasure, TVir often at noon, when renitn'd from Hie Held, J fouud it the source of an exquisite pleasure, The purest and sweetest that nature can yield, 31ow anient I noist'dlt, with hands that were glow. In, .And quick to the white- pebbled bottom it fell, Then soon, wilh the emblem of truth overflowing' And dripping with coolness, It rose from the we.l. 'The old oaken bucket the Iron...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 September 1875

Poetry. BONAPARTE'S FAREWELL. BY LORD BYRON. Farewell to tho land, whore the gloom of my ,: glory, 'i . ! rows ami o'orehatlovr'd the erth ylthher i , namei' ; '',"' ''';('' ' BholundHmonow-buttl!e ponoofhor story ' The brightest or blackest, Ih HU'd with my fame. I have war'd with a worid, which vunnulshed mo ,onJy, i When the meteor of conquest allured mo too far, ' 1 have coped with the . nations, which dread me. thusroftely, ' The lost single captive to millions in war I Farewell to thee, Franco when thy diadem crown'd mo, I made thee the gem anil wonder of earth . But thy weakness decrees I should leave as I found thee, Decayed In thy glory, and sunk In thy worth. . Oh I for the veteran hearts that wero wasted, In strlfo with the storm, when their battles wore i won Then the eagle, whose gaze In that momont was blasted, Had still soar'd, with eyes fixed on victory's 'jBunl Farewell to thee, Franco but when liberty rallies; Once more In thy regloiiB, remember me then The violet ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 September 1875

TiiiDiu40:ATUftiralshedta subscribe tW per year, 1 for nix months ; flay cent! lor three month, invariably lu tdvauce. OoKKtapONUKNCK, containing Important now, loUclted from aU part of county. Writer name and address required on every communlca Ion a private guarantee of good faith. Business Cards one dollar per line per year. No ard Inserted for lew than threcdollars ier year. Business Notice In Hem columns on fifth ago, Mertedfor ten cents per line each Insertion. If nscrted In reading matter, twenty cents per line. No notice will be Inserted for less than fifty cent. Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege of Changing their advertisement quarterly. Double column advertisement 25 percent, ad ditional. All transient advertisements mst beacoomiw Hied with the cash. ADViansxiiESTa, to Insure hiiertlnn, mui be handed in by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising furnished on application Address all eommunlcatioiu to A. McORKOOR A SON, ' Canton, Ohio. f he fltnuwpl. ESTABLISHED, A. D. 1...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 September 1875

Business Items. Unas Htock of OenU' Flue BblrOi Jiwt received at ue w coin ewro, o.n . , mii viaMminn mm mllfl 0 litis PIDllkU liUlil tilj tvniuviivv) w CAst of Canton, August 21, a small black cow. Any person nnaing ucn cow win uo rommvu u . lug word atShorrlck A Miller's Hardware Store addressing GEO. W. THUMP, CALL AND SEE The and handsome Block vt Embroidery, at the lowest prices. 0. A. WlNTElutALi an, 17 8. Public Square FictubbFbaii as selling at wholesale price at the 99 Cent Store. New Block to be opened oo Saturday. IMPORTANT TO ALL, M It ti now drawing close to Fall, and parties wishing to have coloring done In dresses, ahawli, tiecktlei. plume, ribbons, Gents' garments, 4c, an nave them done by leaTlng order with Mra. A.Cook, Hair Dresser, ou North Market Btreet, (!he has aocopted the agency of an Kaitern Dying Establishment, and la prepared to take ordera to be done In any fancy shado or color, and warrant tatlafaotlon. Givoheracall. JL McGbkiob it Boh have refltlcd and ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 September 1875

Poetry. ALKNOMOOK. The sun seta at night, and the Btars shun the day, Bnt glory remains when the light radon away,, Begin, ye tormentors, your threats are In vain, For the son of Alknomook shall never complain. Kemember the arrows he shot Irom his bow, Kemember your chlcfk by his hatchet laid low. Why so' slow, do you wait till I shrink from my pain. No, the son of Alknomook shall never complain, Remember the wood where In ambush we lay. And the scalps which we bore from your nation away. Now the ilamc rises fast, you exult In my pain, But the son of Alknomook shall never complain, I'll go to the land where my father Is gone, Ills ghost shall rejoice at the fame of his son. Death comes like a friend to relieve me from pain, And thy son, oh Alkuomook, has scorn'd to com plain Miscellaneous. A SAD CASE. A WOMAN AND HER FIVE BABIES COMMITTED TO JAIL. A piteous spectacle which should reuch the sympathies of the charitable every where, was presented at the county jail yesterday. 'Squire ...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 September 1875

Literature. NEW PUBLICATIONS. llumwoon's tlnyaztnc for August, Just repub lished by tbo Leonard Scott Publishing Co., 41 llarolay Street, Now York, comes full of pleasant reading, ns usual. Contents as follows: I. Tho State oftho French Army. ' II, Nun: a Bummer Scene. . ' III, Wvors:' Our Autumn Holiday on French Rivera. Etchings on the Loire. Etchings on the Hosollo. Life on the Upper Thames. Taunt'i Map and Guide to the Thames. VI.' The Pllomma. . " V. The Swine herd of Gadara. VI. My Swan-Song' VIII. ltevlowofthn Reunion. , Thoaceountof the French Army, which Ih the August number of Blackwood's, .Uiff:riie, in said to bo written by Frederick Marshall, author of the articles on "Jntornalloial Vanities," which ap peared In this niaga.luo during this year. In the present Instance, the lilormntlonlhe material for which was collected with much dlflkulty-ls of a character that must bo very unsatisfactory to the French people and t-at will maKo-. other.natlons feel, that whllo mllltury...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 2 September 1875

Continued from first page. them in icy and deathlike inertness. It parties like the angel of death, so that there is no house in which there is not one dead. Maeanley has painted its fleets in England two centuries ago. Allison found his Klowinpr. words too tiime tor its description in the flrst quarter of this century. You yourselves see its influence all around you. Will you have more of it? And yet this is the only remedy the Republicans fcav! And to embitter it still more, they eoaule with it the enormous increase of Sour interest-paying ueut. iu-j wo ecretary of the Treasury has the power to issue fifty millions of gold bonds, bear in nit intnnwt with winch to buv sil ver, and four hundred and fifty millions with which to buy gold; and ir ne sue Mto. vou and vour children for thirty years will have the happiness of paying twenty-five millions in, gold each year for the luxury of reaching specie pay ments according to the Republican ftntlpmen. I do not underrate specie payments....

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 September 1875

jv m mm r;:iill:it '." ., ... lf, J.'O'S, 3fc : r-'Pi'JiM- i' -y-ji "Hi'l n hi. llll T.I-" VOL. 42. NO 14. CANTON, OHIO, SEPTEMBER 9, 1875. A. McGRECOR & SOU, huoushers The Democrat. GRAND DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING AT CANTON, TUESDAY, SEPT. 28. Hon. Geo. H. Pendleton, Ohio's favorite and accomplished Orator, will Address the People At Canton, Sept., 28 On Political Issues of the Day. COME, without distinction of PartyT ' without reference to past political afhni ty without regard to party bondage or ring dictation. rnu' 11 initpiwiulent American citi zens, anxious to give your influence to relieve our afflicted country, and restore honest and economical ruie. COME with the big wagons, and bring the entire housenoiu ana an me neign hors. COME, for the architects of ruin have had their day. and it is ume uie peopie should combine to overthrow the bad men in power., f'twiv on1 lipar FAf!TS and arLMi w"p - - : . " . ..,.,( mmnuMiini)iiiil. nririnff all L'00(1 citizens to the rescue, a...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 September 1875

SPEECH SPEECH Hon. Allen G. Thurman. Delivered at Cleveland, Ohio, August 28, 1875. Mit. I'UKsirutvr A.sn Fki.i.ow-Citikknh Only nine mouths ago the Democracy carried over twenty Slates of the Union. A vast mujorily of tlio American people arrayed theniMlvcH in opposition to the Itadical Administration. Thousands of men who 1m l never voted a Democratic 1.-ktt. voted it then. Thousands of ethers who had lx;eii staunch Republl unfl stayed away from the polls not yet ready to vote with us, but fully de termined not to vote for the Admiuistra- lion. The majority in the LIouso of Rep resentatives in Congress wan changod, and for the first time in fourteen years a Radical President finds himself unsup- jxrtedby the lawinaKiiig power. Tho anse of this revolution sro too obvious to admit of dispute. It was not the. cur- rtnry question, or the so-called Secie Uedcn-ptioii Bill, by which it was etlect- d. That bill had not then been parsed o even proposed; and as to the curre.ioy question, i...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 September 1875

K1igionn, morality and knowledge, how ever, being WBcnthil to good iroTornmcnt, kthaUbe the duty oftlie General Attenbly to patt tuiUible taut to proteei every religiout de nomination in the poatmhle enjoyment of tit tmt mode of jmblic worship, and to encour age tchoolt and the meant of instruction." Now, this constitutional provision com pletuly corera the Gcphan law, for what man will dare to assort that the inmates of ouraRyluinH.or even tho convicta in our Penitentiary, nre lees entitled to tho rights of confloiehcu than other men, or lot entitled to the minintry of religion, or that they can ho compelled to attend nny place of worship, or maintain any form of worship ainst their consent? The Constitution , embrace every man, woman and child in the State, the-guilty us well as tho innocent, the prisoner as well as tho freeman.) Tho Legislature ean inflict penalties for tho commission of crime, but thero is one penalty it can not inflict, one penalty that the Consti tution impera...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 September 1875

Thi Dkmochat la furnished to inbHcrlbcrs at 12 pcryear; fl for six months; fifty cents lor three months, Invariably In advance. Corkksi-ondknck, containing Important now, solicited from all parts of the county. Writers name and address required ou every comruuulea Ion as a private guarantee of good faith. Burfueu Card one dollar per line por year. No ard liwerU'd for lei than three aouara per year. Business Notices In Item oolumna on fltth page, nserted for ten ceuu per line eacn insertion, n in nm.uiio matter, twenty ceuu per line No notice will be inserted for lew thau fifty ceiila, Yearly advertisers allowed the privilege ol Obanging their advertisements quarterly. Double column advertisement 25 per cent, ad ditkmal. A 11 transient advertisement must beaccompa' nled with the cnh. APVKBTI9KMKNTS, to Insure I iiHorlioii, miml b( handed In by Wednesday noon. Bates of advertising fnrnl.shed on application Address all communications to A. McGREGOR & SON. Canton. Ohio. ESTABLISHED,...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 September 1875

P $hth 0ttnti! genwtnt, Mton, g?iV, gfarsdag, et. 1875. 5 Business Items. When at the 99 dent Store, look at those Ladkw Buckskin Gauntlet Glove) at N conU per pair ' They are worth $1.25 at any store In the city. FOR SALE OR TRADE. The undersigned wUhea to tell his property near the Canton depot, and located on Tenth and Cher ry stroeta. This Is a valuable property, with tour buildings thereon, and will be sold entire or In three parts. Bald proporty will be traded for a good farm. For further particulars enquire on the premises. Hknbv Becker, juncl0'75-tf. CANTON COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE. Dnrlng tho present year the Musical Depart' mentor Uie Institute Is assured a high degree of success. The services of Miss M. A. Webster, for. merly of Detroit, Mich., have been secured a' tcachor In charge. Miss Webster combines the highest degree of skill and prollcloncy as a Plan- jst, Organist and Vocalist. No labor will be (.pared to most carefully train pupils In whatever branch of Muslo they m...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Stark County Democrat. — 9 September 1875

SM. Mlarh ia. g!twcmt, ,$xntm !(U), ftirwfog, $tpt. 9,187. Poetry. AN EARLY POEM BY EDGAR ALLAN POE. 'flit following verm's, Merer before published, wtre written iu the ilbum of a Baltimore lady by Rdg&r A. Ppe, at the age of 19, shortly after tie loll Meat Point In 1829. They am gtvou In faoduille is itttmer, Inr Bcpteniber. ALONE. Prom childhood's bour I have not been ' Ai otlion wereI havo not seen ' At olhcre saw I could not bring My pintle from a common spring, from the Feme source I have not taken My aorrow I could not awakeu My heart to Joy at tbe same tone And all I loTed I loved alone. Thou In my cbllrthool-ln the dawn Of a most stormy life wan drawn From ev'ry depth of good aud ill The mystery which binds me still. From the torrent or the fountain From the red cliff of the mountain ' From the sun Uiat 'round me roll'd In iu autumn tint of gold. From thelightnlug in Ihesky Ai ltpass'd me fiylHg by From the thunder and Uie storm And Uie oloud that took tho fore (When the...

Publication Title: Stark County Democrat, The
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