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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 October 1887

of 5 VOTa A V I. t ITOTIXT fWVTVvTf TUTttn . - -r - - CREMATED. Another Appalling Eailroad Hor- ror in the Worth west Thirty Lives Reported Lost. Men Women and Children Boost- ed to Death in Sight of Their Friends. Chioaoo October 11. An accident oc- curred on tbe Chicco Atlantio railway last night neat Kout Ind. in which it is repotted some fifteen persons were killed. A fast freig'.t train ran into the rear end of a pas-iuter train telescoping two cars. At the gnueral offloe of the Chicago Atlantic railway here no in- formation on the subject oan be obtained. Lai or repo'ta receive J here are to the effect that twenty-five persona were killed and a larger camber injured at Castro- villo station 55 mileti from Chicago. It is inferred that the ill-fated train was the passenger from the eust due in Chicago tin's morning. A itlief expedition was quickly and secretly organized by the railroad othoials hero and dispatohed to the scene. Other help was to be hnrried forward as soon as pos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 October 1887

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 October 1887

THE JOURNEY. The President and His Wife Ee- ceiving Grand Ovations Every- where Along Their Eoute. Politics Laid Aside and All Par ties Unite to Honor the Nation's Kuler. Chicago Uctober 5. Thera were only half a dozen stops daring the run of the presiaeni s special train from St. Louis and these were at water stations. The trainmen report that little knots of peo- ple awaited the passage of the train all through the night merely to look at the car whioh contained a sleeping president. The president left instructions that he be called early this morning to give him an opportunity of seeing something of the rich prairie country south of Chioago. When he made his appearance the sun was only a few degrees above the hor- nzon and heavy frost glistened like diamonds slanting rays. Buttoned chin he stepped out crystals in the to the on the rear platform and spent 'half an hour alone looking at the country. The farmers left their milking and housewives ran out of their houses to see the tr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 October 1887

''ft ihiiktinu to I'lutiiiiirnos For aoma yeart the reiiiMWan iiarty have shown a decided tendency toward" " alliance with iirnhiliittiiit. There in mi affinity hetweeii the ln that may account for th leaning. Moth aim centralisa- tion o( uiwer. rruhlliitlon lieeamti It U wwesHary to carry mil its 'iirr.iwe.a of amlihliiI oeilalii iieisnual rtghta; teptih- lictam.tiy ruling Hi anuth auaiiwt U will Mill fotoinn on oIm of iUtun to lay tribute to Milliliter. Th ultimate object of the two mutin- limy h tuseiil tally variant but the iiieaua of hiir HOioiiillihiiin In the. same Kllll tll IHUHMIlttHlilUl of liolltiCal jiower. U in no wonder then Hmt a wk or two go th itinlHi'n of Ma.aaa.oliu- aetl In convention asaoinhlml adopted irohitllion out Mill out and without nioditloatimi oc reaetx. l'hey went it th whole hog unit without Aology. There am ign In the republican party of Ohio mul other iulluoutinl atalea of grftviUltou toward prohibition th idea willing to be to abaoib th rohihitiou ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 October 1887

JUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 13 Better invest in world s OEY BIG SHOW I At Austin FRIDAY Will also Kxhlhit at Belton Wedries'lav October 10; Bastrop Thursday October 20; San Antonio Saturday October 23. ilow to Decide 1he Qaestiou ! fares Don't Lie ! Ask the asent of the I. & G. Railroad at Aiislli which Sliaw ii'es the moat Mrs. He will tell you that it requires sa doiihle-sti! d.ars to transport Nells Brothers' est blinhiiie..r while the show that coraee in fiovember is moved on a cars This settles it once and for all that Sella' is the biggest and SEELS " BROTHERS' Q.eat3-Ki g Circus CMr-stc Roman Illpprodronin-Acailemy of Art-F.ve Contlnit Menageiic Im ian Villsire and Museumand Grand Firemen's Tournament Gloriously United with Pawnee Bui's oft8NAh in ii ' in "" imr "i ' ' 1 ' J" An Intensely Thrilling Eoman Standing Bace t BIG BRILLIANT AND BEWILDERING IN EVERY DEPARTMENT; w)n 1WW1 Lavisuly expended in Iladisntlv Perfecting this 'owerimr J'heuouienai Combi- JJ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 October 1887

'. i; AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBEK 13 1S87. 'I .' n Iv1 ' 4 i I. ; i a b jrreiuc-tir: ; AairiHTBJicl onairii"1 maiTMo5" ' lyrti.i'Aiu.K run BUBN8 60KBURN3 DIARRHlEA CHAJ INQB STNOS OF INSECTS. PILES BORE EfES SORE FEET THE WOHDER OF HEALING! For Pllo lilliKl lllrrtllnir nr Itt'h nir It la the Krett't known ivnii'd)'. For niirnx i'nl1. WiihihN llruliru Inrt Wiirnlii. It t iinwiilliHt-ii'ii'iiiK l'o lid healing Ui a Marvellous nitniior. For liitlniiieil nnil ort I : ri.-Ii effort npou tbmw (InlK'Kto tT(in m ulnipl)- uiarvalloua. It I IIip LndU-i' I'rloiiil.-A11 female finiplaJuU yield to it" wondrous power. For I'li'rn old storm r OlM-n Ylniiiiil TimiiIiui'Iii' l iircli' lllir of limeiM Mire Yr't It. a.iiou upon tluwe U moat rttuiarkaW.'. KKioMVt:in:n nr nirsivi.ixat idem i.v iiosrir.ii.st OimMom. V.VP'.f FXTH.tcT .u brrn imi. Mi-il. The grnnmt A.u Vlt usir.ll "IDXirS KXTRAVT" blown in Iht p.'.iM. ami our pictur trade-mark on lurrounJint bujf K'rui'.wr. onl tfhrr it gmni...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 October 1887

Terrible are the Savages ITpon the system Inflicted by diseases of the kidneys and bladder. They wreck the consti- tution more speedily In some cases than con- sumption and other maladies of a fatal pul- monary type. As you value yonr life arrest a tendency to debility and consequent inac- tivity of the renal organs should you experi- ence any such. Inluse vigor and activitity into me vitallv important secretive action of the kidneys w ith that salutary diuretic Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters. 'Ihe proper degree ofstimu- latien is imparted by ft to the bladder also when that organ is sluggish. With this timely check Bright's disease diabetes catarrh of the bladder and other kindred disorders may be prevented. Liver complaint constipation nervous ailments and liheunmtism. are like- wise conquorable with this sovereign house- hold remedy. Against the effects of exposure in damp or otherwise inclement weather it is a benign safeguard and revives strength after undue fatigue. Thclysppplc....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 October 1887

i'l AUSTIN WKKK1.Y HTvVrKSMAN. rilUUSDAY. OCTOnEU 13 1S87 ft 1 i 1 ' if i 1 ; a. i 7" 4 ll ini ll.ii'U tun. iu . "? wr."' i Alan. Hilel'l'l I I M KMI t l' 'l A "'' ' tlftl M 1(111.11 ' Wl.l"' W U" till Kill. IlllU lmll.OMl.lBUl "' tlMU. allimlUlU in loiilluimil .!' riN AM'lAt. anui .' 41. l M.U'lU all likhM itwltta kttl.lib tUMl 1 xela a liauna UaH'la . 1 1 wieM tt Law. I t i -liil. .' kt rt.t- tlltii.laek.lialtl.il k lt t. V lM I k i lv l.i la ilia. I W i-. I. W .Uat I V I'l llm Money. Nan li'H im.Uu II Mum I'M . a vat. ll Hi lt ii'Wl. i lal loan l1! "' ' ..luiiul oAfllltt al l ILK U'Ul . I'lilUH UlUaulll .....t IlikS Ital ..tut . ahtlliud ektttaUiitt Situ utt allou. I t.t atktl lla.1 l-lil. all.t lot Oi .uaint teiklliau ttiaaok IkiSklttk XXlt'tal It I VUX'W lli"J ItW ' lot ui mtu ; attnu. It ;-ll llokt.l and (.look S. ..klk kXifX.. tl " tt...M tl iW union t t'.i. ni kt.-alia v tl i ntl." li V i . .t I. t l. Si MUM t tW.'l .'tlllk.lV 111. lll-k: .-Ul t f .... U.ulk laml yuw i.ft v....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 October 1887

TATESMAN. vol. XVI. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. OGTOBEU 27 1887. NO 49 AUSTIN WEEKLY SNOW STORM. Winter Begins in Northerly Lati- tudesSnow in Michigan and Other Places. Storm and Wreckage on the Lakes The Anarchist Crises at Washington. Poet Meade October 24. One of the severest snow and wind storms ever known on the Black Hills set in last evening and oontinned all night. Eight inches of snow have fallen and the drift havn seriously impeded travel. OOINQ TO PIECES. Cleveland 0. Ootober 24. A large vessel is going to pieces on the beach at Noble village ten miles east of this city. The waves are beating the ship to pieces and the crew are lashed to the rigging. ' Life saving orews have rowed to the soene in their boats. Word of the disaster has just reaohed this city. AT BUFFALO. Buffalo Ootober 24. A great gale swept over this oity this morning the wind attaining a maximum velocity of sixty-six miles per hoar. One house was blown down. Shade trees signs and win- dows suffered terribl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 October 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27 1887. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. KATES OF SL'KSCniI'TIOS. DnT- l no One month .y. . Three months JT' Mx months .' ! Tlve months 11 SUNDATDAUV 'I welve months r JJ SiX U.OLtlH 1 WKtKl.T. Six numns Twlvn months ' lNVAIIIABLV IN MIVANHB. imw tree l nil parts of the United Mates am! Canada. UfnU by draft on Auptln P. O. money order piiBtal note reirietered letter or express hample copies sent tree on application. A h 1'irXllB DlHOONTIIWKD AT TBI KXMBATIOM (if tux Tim! Paid roi. Subscribers wtll please observe the date on their wrappers. fcu srribers wishing address ot paper changed will state In their application lioth the ld and new adlfeas. . .. M K. K. A. SCOTT Is In chart ot he city eurr ec.ripttonderar.nentot Tu Btatihuaii. and au complaints or notice f change Klven to him or left at this ollice will have prompt attention tiubscrlbere who do not receive their paper reirn- larlv. are requested to notify the office. Snl scribers are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 October 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27 1S87. is E4 v BALLOON LEAP. i . Why the Lady Aeronaut Did Not i Jump From the Balloon at Dallas. " j imp ortant Arrest at Gaiaa le of a Confessed Train Bobber. i t i I '. Dallas Octoher 22. The third day of the Texas State Fair and Dallas exposition opened with blustering breezes and a chill; atmosphe re but the crowds that surged through the exposition halls was a powerful index to the success of the vast en- terprise. It in estimated that 10.000 people were on v the grounds this afternoon. Many ef the exhibits which were not readv for display Thursday were ' opened for inspection to-day. Five carloads of blooded stock and several engines from northern factories were entered. v Machinery hall was opened with great eclat the Silver Mar hand furnishing delightful music. The Mexican band and various instrumental selections and visiting ladies kept a constant stream of melodies. Tom Green county continues to attract ereat crowds who show In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 October 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27 1SS7. 4 SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. The citizens of Austin realizing the importance of a strong and influential newspaper at the capital of the state have shown their purpose to have each paper by identifying themselves with Th Statesman; and as evidence of thecharao' ter and strength of this move we publis' this morning a list of the subscribers to date. representing nearly six hundred hhares of the capital stock of Th SiArtMAN PcnuaniNO Company. Other names ill be added to this list between now and November 1st when the stockholders will be calltd together for tbe purpose of electing directors and re organizing the company. The interest and co-operation of the business men an property-holders of Austin has been secured and it is intended to make Tii Statesman as it should be the ne paper of the state. STOCKHOLDERS. A. P. Wooldridge Jno. W. Maddox A. L. Teagarden M. D. Mather V. R. Hamby Walton Hill t Wal- ton Phoenix Cigar Co. Dudley G. Woo ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 October 1887

s AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. OCTOBER 87 18S7. Sv 5 JSJENTLEMEN DON'T A r r - Va y J rj .W2 '4 BEWARE OF- COUNTERFEITS 4 GOVERNMENTAL. What is Going on in the State Departments. Ah Epitome or What Was Learned at the Capitol CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." The Original and Only Genuine. Safe ud alwar Rellahls. Bwan of worthless Imiutlool. lndlipeiubl to LADIES. Ask your Drflnlrt tor "Chloheiter'a EnKUnh and take mo oUwr or luclue 4c. fffUmpa) to Qf for puUonlira in Utttr by return mall. NAME PAPER. Cr.leh.star Chtmlcal Co.. til HadlaoD Square Fhlladaw Pa. ftold ay Drng-gUta ereirwhere. Art for "Chlehe. tar EnsUta" Fennjrojal PUU. Take bo Mm. PATTERN FREE. By Special Arraneeroent with DEMOKK8T 8 MONTHLY the Greatest of all Family Magazine we are enabled to make every one of our lady readers a handsome present. I Cat out this clip and inclose it nerore January 1st (witn a two- rent stamp for return postage) to W. Jennings Demoreet 15 Kast i 14th Street Ksw York and you I win recowe or ret...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 October 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27 1887. m-4 U1 PAlln-n u.vrixn(VT IXVALUABLK toil B0EN8 SUNBURNS DIARRHfEA CHAJ INGS STINGS OF INSECTS. FILES 60EE EfES SOEE FEET THE WONDER OF HEALING! For Plies Mind Weertliiar or Itch tlK. It la the greatest known remedy. For Iliirn RcnluVt. MouihN nrnlsffc Ind Sprain It la uueiualled stumping pais bd healing ki a marvellous manner. For iHflninril and fcore Ke. Itseffacl apon these delicate organs is simply marvellous. It I the IjmIIpm' Friend. All feniala tomplaints yield to its wondrous powor. For i;ipr. Old Norm or Open Wound Toolhnelie Fnrenelie lutes of Inneelx Nore Feel its action upon thesa Is most remarkable. BECoaniKXftKft nr viiYSiviAXSf VSb'H JJV 11 OS I' I TA LSI Catttlon.fOND'S EXTRACT hat bent rii latfd. The gmume km the vinnli "I'OKli EXTRACT" blown in the glass and our picture trade-nark on turrminding bug wrafer. None 9thrr is genuine. Always insist on having POA'D'S EXTRACT. Take no other prrparation. It it never told ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 October 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27 1887. The Bean Ideal of Family Medicine. A remedy which promptly and completely relieves ailments ot auch common occurrence as Indigestion eonstipation biliousness and disorders of a malarial type is assuredly the beau ideal of a family medicine. Such is Hog- tetter's Stomach Bitters which is not only capable of eradicating these complaints but also counteracting a tendency to kidney troubles rheumatism and premature deca- dence of stamina. Taking it ''all round" as the phrase is there is probably not In ex- istence 60 useful effective and agreeable a household panacea as the Bitters. Nor is it less highly esteemed by the medical profession than by the families of America. Numberless testimonials from professional sources of irre- fragable authenticity evince its merit. The demand for it abroad no less than in the land of its discovery is certainly increasing time and experience of its beneflcient effects con- firming the high opinion or...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 October 1887

MISTTN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27 1387. ; 1111a a4 M ai k r PUR E (DMEAM S!?T PERFECT MAO Kb 8iipprlir excellence proven In millions of homes for morn than a quarter of a century. It le iifuHl liv Uih Unit d ."Sliilcs Government. Knoorsed hy the' hernia of tlie Great Universities as the Stronime' l'u rent and moat Healthful. Dr. Price's (he only Hakim; Powder that does nut contain Arumunla Lime or Alum. Sold only In Cans MICE BAKING POWDER CO MEWVOIIK ClllrAlltt T. LOUIS. Financial and Commercial. limes' Daily and W burly Statkbmak I Austin. Octobers. I The weather havlni! falrsd off and tlm mud (fried up business was resumed and towards the afternoon became fairly active. FINANCIAL. Mirer coin par A'.e.lcn dollars TO Mnlcan halves " Alttilcan quarters 15 new York exchange bankers.. pre to disc t New Orleans exchange ! pre to H disc't CftJvratun exchange ! pre to ! disc t Uneaten nxchanvo ! pre to H diec't St Louis exchanse .. .. hi pre to hi disc't Monev. Nw Voiik Octob...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 November 1887

WEEKLY ' STATESMAN. AU VOL- XVII. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10 1 887. NO 51 STIN . j NEAR THE END Anarehiat Engel'B Attempt at Sui- i cide by Morphine Pills and : Laudanum f Bombs Discovered m Lmgg's Cell. Governor Oglesby's Lifo 1 Threatened. Chioaoo November 7. The dynamite bombs fuu ml in Anarchist Lingg's cell yesterday were pliced ia tho hands of Oaptaiu Schanok for examination and that olllcer te ports I at they appear to have been designed for use by some of the condemned men aa agents of self de- struction. He said they differed ma- terially in makenp from nny he had be- fore examined and he would be willing to hive one of them exploded in an ad- joining roem as they could not do r.ny damage to the snrroniidings. The bombs were meatit for tho destruction of every- thing with which their fragments miis'ht oo.ne in oontaot. Had the shells been made of lead ziuo and antimony the pieces woold fly in every direct iou when ihey uploded so that blood pM-iouin0 was certain t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 November 1887

1USTLN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10 1867. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DiaT- t 1-W One month Three month. s jo Mx months ) u.oo Twilve months "iwelt montt-e...."- ".7.7." 1 OC" hix n.iMh? j' t ... - v:'v..'V.Vi' J. ;.; . r;. 'J luted State M C'nli-. .. iun I' O. inonev order '. expre pie copies sent rrrt on app.lcatwa. A J. PP" UIMNTISI ID AT TBI EUIBATTOII wrapper. S-jseriberswli.n1ni!aldr n! tbelr application both the -Id and new "ll k"f. A. SCOTT i. in cSar. ot no city w"J to sell paper. STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. W P (iiisih Pw t. sod Gen I . MnCT .. New York. AGENTS Th Daav Static 'cah obtained at the C'oT W. Baldwin 2S7 Vest Commerce street San A SnT New. Co.. Capitol hotel Houston. Tex. .1 o. FrtnkACo. Tsvlor.Tex. J. M. Lowry M.n Tex. K H. Norrt Bound Rock Tex. X . C. Holmn BarnetTex omtth A Co. S?an M.rc.Tex. "nloB yew. Co. an Anwnlo Tl . A on .11 Us- railroad la tb. f-at-J W. Donforth & Co. fan Marcos lex. J. W. Laney Lockbart lex. Aye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 10 1887. ! i THE DEMONS. The Anarchists Moving Heaven and Earth for Commutation of the Doomed Seven. Prominent People in Chicago Signing the Petitions The Police Dismayed. Chicago. November! 5. Three of the condemned anarchletahave signed a petition to the governor asking executive clemency f our ox tuew bhu ro I nan ta An n The friends of these foar pleaded with them all day yesterday but the names of Engel Lingg Fischer and Parsons were not se- cured when the final meeting for the day broke up at 6 o'clock. It is now definitely understood the exertions on the part or outside menus to save tne condemned men's Uves are being carried out with a view ot complying with the expressed wishes of Governor Oglesby. To this end individual appeals are being actively circulated containing only the names of Fielden and Schwab. ANARCHIST THREATS. Mew York November 5. At a crowded meeting of the progressive labor party in the Uermania assembly rooms 8. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 10 November 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. KOVEMBEB 10 1837. AMERICAN MHILI-M. The bold and impudent diabolism of the anarchist fiends is well illustrated by anonymous threa's in New York against all editors and reporters who hare writ- ten anything against the condemned seven. The latest ibullition from these demons is the threats to take the life of Governor Ogltsby in case he refuses execative climency. The threats come by anonymous letter from Chicago and no doubt are intended to be carried out in the contingency of the governor's al- lowing the condemned to ascend the scaffold. The account of those letters and also how Ogiesby 1ms endeavored to keep the matter from the poblio as well as his family is one of the prominent points in the anarchii-t dispatohes of this morning. There is hardly ahythirg of the hoax about these threats and of themselves alone and without other evidence are sufficient to open the eyes of the people of this country to the dangerous and de- fiant character o? th...

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