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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 14 June 1872

r z-mm FRIDAY. JUNE 14, 1672. HOMENEWS. rnrion county if increasing in popu lation. For the best pictures in town go to Heniieo'B Gallery. Tlie burnt district ofCorvallis is being rebuilt with wool. The cars of tiie O. & C. Itailrond will run to Oakland soon. L Gray, the celebrated music dealer, will soon be in this city. The AValdron Troupe ate playing a short engagement in this city. The Horticultural Fair meets at the Bkating Rink nest Thursday. Another destructive fire has viMtcd Walla Walla. Total loss, $12,000. The oitizens of Union county, Oregon, are organizing an agricultural society. Portland will celebrate the coming Fourth of July In an appropriate man ner. From present appearances the fruit crop In Lane county will be above aver age. This year's wool clip is beginning to come into the country markets in small quantities. At the new town of Cornelius on the line of the Westslde Road buildings are going up rapidly. The lumber trade on Puget Sound is remarkably brisk. ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 14 June 1872

FRIDAY... ..jrNEH, 187i An Editor-- TnMf. The editor sat In hi smietum, Ills countenance , farrowed wiUi f are, ' ' HU arm-chair and elbow Mijiportlnjr, hi rteht hand upholding his IimmI. Ill eye on lh- dusty old table with different doronionlx spread. There were thirty lour paws from Howler, Willi underline! capital, topped. And a hort requisition from Growler, requeu ing nl newspaper stopjicd ; There were lyrics from (iusner, the et, con cerning sweet IlowretK and zenlivrs. And a stray pern from Plodder, the tanner, dc- ficnuiiiK a cwtpK 01 iicucr. There were billet front beautiful maidens, and And uUemtoft.ireVjJhL Inquired If he wrote It or who ? 7 There were rapture; of praises from writ ere of th smooth and melliauous school, Andoneof bUrival'iilast papers Informing htm he was a fool. There were eeverallonc resolution, with names teilliiK whom they were bv, CHttontzlntr some harmless ofd brother, who had done nothing worse than to die: There were trapton that table to catch hi...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 June 1872

MRS. A. J. IilXlWAT, Editor and Proprietor OfFICE-Cor.TJalrd nnd Washington SU TERMS, IK ADVANCE: Onftypnr , Sli months Three monttis -WOO 1 Tj - 1 00 ADVERTISEMENTS Insertedon Reasonable Terms. S0H0EAHEWITT. jjv mils, scsie wrrirarEu. Entered, according to the Act of Congress, In the year 1872, by Mrs.SusIeWIthercll,ln the Of- flee of the librarian of Congress at Washington City.l CHAPTER IX. CX.AKIOCR A'1 JIUXSCIIE ALONF. The night following the events re corded In the previous chapter, Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt sat together In the pleasant little sitting room. The Colonel, with his feet encased iu a pair of slippers of his pet's make, sat in his large morocco covered chair, enjoying a lengthy detail of the coming election. Harry, -with his chair tipped back, seemed to be ngagt wit.h his own thoughts, as lie picked to pieces the re mains of a qullljoothplck. Mrs. Hewitt was busily engaged look ing over a box of kids which she had purchased before leaving the city. "It seems to me, Alice...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 June 1872

FBIDAY-.. ...JUNE 21, 1872. PEOGEESS OFTHE CAUSE. Everywhere, O friends of Freedom and Humanity! our cause Is marching on. Though not advancing with as rapid strides toward the final coal of victory as many of us would fain be hold it, yet nowhere is it retreating or losing ground. During the past year the discussion of woman's right to the ballot has been more extended than ever before. The question lias fought Its way into Con gressionial Halls and Legislative Cham bers, and will stay there until victor ious. In another part of tills paper will be found some particulars of the agitation or tlie question before the New York Legislature. The speech of Mrs. Char lotte B. "Wilbour, of which we give an extract, is a master piece, and we regret that want of space prevents its publica tion entire. Hut the favorable report of the Legislative Committee Is the chief event, showing as It does the re markable change occurring everywhere In favor of the right. In Connecticut a noble band of Eq...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 June 1872

FRIDAY. JUNE 21, 1872. H0MEJTEW8. The Columbia river is falling. The Horticultural Fair is now in prog ress at the Skating Rink. The Stataman says the fmall pox ex citement in Salem has about died out. An extensive bed of coal lias been dis covered twenty miles east of Roseburg. In Clarke county, Washington Terri tory, the crops are extremely promis ing. The iron cells for the jail under the new Court House at Salem are being put In place. Prospects for the early building of a bridge across the Willamette at Salem are good. The members of the Albany Common Council deny that there are any cases of small pox In tnat place. The Monmouth Jfcsscngcr has sus pended for a couple of weeks in order to give its editor a fhort vacation. According to the last assessment Walla Walla county, W. T., had a property valuation of 0,000,000. The annual meetiug of the Congrega tional Association of. Oregon convened yesterday at the Congregational eiiurch in this city. Miss Anna Mehligdccliued the benef...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 21 June 1872

FRIDAY. .'.T. JUNE 21, 1872. Lost to Society Lost. Touch not tlie fallen one drive heraway ; cnllivaiid soulless, but beautiful clay: Though her heart's bleeding, hear not her pleading. At any oost: Forget whatls good of her speak. If you would orner, Ab kt to society lost. So sad and dejected the poor broken-heart ed ; Love, honor, and all save life have departed. None pruner renei to neai ner uearrs gnei Oh, fearful the cost! No one befriends her fashion condemns her As lost to society lost. Heed not her sighs her entreaties and tears spurn ner as one lor wnom nououy cares; Lost and degraded, to memory she'x faded Trirlinir the cost. Forget you e'er blessed her, e'er kled and caressed ner She's lost to society lost. V Oh, pity her not she ha fallen troni place, Annlaud her lietrayer.recel ve him with irrnc Smile on her deceiver, but do not relieve her, At any cost! For soeli Ik propriety In Christian society. When lost to society lost. Innocent, loving, betrayed and forsaken; Util...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 June 1872

7 "Vv A Journal for the reople. lavotet to the IntereM of Humanity. ImlflpeJHlent In Polities and Religion. te all I.lvo Iwues, and Thoroughly RadfeAl Jn OppoMns and RxpoMns the Wronc oi the Maes. MIU. A. J. M'Mft'AT. fdltor and Proprietor OFrirC-Cor.Tlilrl au.l Waihluffton Sta TRKM3, IN ADVANTJHSC Onerr . Six months Three months .. i as .. 1 K Oon-eapomlentJi writing over assumed slzna tttree mint make known their names to the Bdltor.or no attention -will be given to their VOX.XJ3HJ3 II. POKTLAND. OREGON. FRIDAY, .TTJIVX 1S72. .VDVKttTISEMEVTKTnaert.,1 n T?stftnkl oerrimafllefttlong. Terms. r Vr.r.n Si-r.Krir, Vref. Prism, h'v.r.r. People. r S0N0EAHEITT. JIT XHS. sr-ilK WITHERrXI- Knteml, aerordtnj; to the Aet of Congress, In theyeor lSTby MrtSiwle Wltherell.ln the Of flee of th librarian or OnnBreM at 'Washington CHA1TKR X. KOBJCAS M'INTOSII AND OLD KATV. Tho ilav following the. departure of Clarence, Norman called upon Blanche, inviting licr to take a horseback ride, which .she a...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 June 1872

FRIDAY. JUNE2S, 1872. THE HABVEST SEASON. The harvest season, that dread of so many farmers' wives, is again near at hand, with its busy toil in the hottest days of all the year. The introduction of machinery has rendered the labor of A MODELf?) NEWS BEPOBTEB. The San Francisco telegraph news re porter who makes up the Oregon dis patches is a brilliant genius in his way. As a general rule he sends a batch or stufl' about Tim Jones and Jim Flana gan, or some other real or imaginary persons, having a fist light on Larkin street, and proceeds to detail to his own satisfaction the various particulars, fi- llrilll- 4ntiMnliiwv ntUI. 41.. is--., !"f J";!?1? itelligJim or. oVbot'u S A 'I Illf wisa m.v liti t-nrt .... t . r.. -n -" mv, uuu iiauiii uii uciuiu or sent to late years. threshers, etc., have taken the place or , r " ' , I 1 ,...,L J, i -n, U,e Plice juJ&c and fined UlU UJlllKl ............ . I In 1 1 in,H1,B., -1 1. !...! I J --... wiita VII lllllMIUIl 1JU11 Ul the woman farm...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 June 1872

FRIDAY JCXE2S, 1S72. HOMEHEWS. Now hay 5b 'telling at Eugene for $10 per ton. Allmiiv- millers nre offering SO cents per bushel for wheat. The attention of ladies is called to Mrs. Ensign' new advertisement. Tiie Fourth of July will be celebrated all over the State to an extent never be fore equaled. Fifteen hundred dollars, the amount needed, has been raised in Salem to se cure the erection of a town clock. The Oregon State Agricultural So ciety owiift 140 acres of land near Salem, The improvements on it are valued at Col. B. B. Taylor, or Portland, deliv ered an address to the different societies at the "Willamette University, Tuesday evening. Volney Smith, son of Delazon Smith deceased, of Oregon, was a delegate In the Xatloimi Convention at Philadel phla, from Arkansas. Miss Era I. Wilson took the first prize for declamation at the Salem Uni versity, last Tuesday, and Miss Lydia E. Chamlerlain the second. Willamette University, Albany Col legiate Institute, Christian College, Pa...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 28 June 1872

FJtlDAY. JUXE2S, 1ST IMilIosOpliy. JtV IDA ISOWENA CAHSAIIAS. Ourlofe is dead! lot us not make complaint. Nor meanly blame each other; It Is uieeU: u' luitwnfcburiai.iirid J!Hun! THIN jjsSiTSheelinv sorrow. foVfts Rfc -.niuw reel! It tender life was very sweet to me. And bitter ln is mine that It has tiled; Vot. sMtinir it mw weaker dav bv da v. I would not stretch my arm the truth to hide; I would not mil mv hand before mv faro And weakly cheat my pained heart willi.ille; The dear delusion so i imgni nave Kept A little longer, but I would not try. No, If I could, I would not cheat my heart. And no "delusion" would have satltfled; And If I would. I could not cheat ni v heart. For dead love could not answer to my prid. ; '. t. iJvnfl ri5yno!rHT?'i'mlsht ha vo kept alive Our love, and cherished It, I answer. No; The love that Is not strong enough to thrive OfIt own power and vigor, let It go! True love within Itself hath strength to live, Andofonr"eherishlng"can have no need; And cons...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 July 1872

A Journal for tbe People. Devoted to the Intereais of Humaiiltj-. Independent in Polities and Religion. MIS. A. J. Dr.nr.ir, Kdllor and Proprietor OFFICE Cor. Third mul Waslilnli,i, sin Mlvo to all I-lve, Issues, and Thoroughly Radical In Oprxwtnc and Exposing the Wrongs ol the MMtes. TBRMS, IX ADVAXCI": One year.. Sir mnnthi- OorretfXMMletits writing over assumed slgna Thrce months.. 1 ture rauM make known their names to tbe Editor, or no attention trill be given to their POTITLAIVD , OKEGON, JTKIDVY, JULY 5, 187S. ADVERTISEMENTS Inserted on "Reasonable commnnleatfons. Terms. Fhkf. Si'BKulf, Free Pans, Free People. Columbia. COMTOSEn FOB TIIF. NINETY-SIXTH A2RS1VER- MKV or AMKKICAN ISDEIXNIIEJJCE. ColHraWo, lml I ! We proudly look to tliee. Pair land of nroeref hoinc or liberty. Grand 1 thy present greater yet shall he The glortoo future of thy destiny. Thou salved the doulit eoneernlnj: men and kings- Proved good by practice kings were useless things. Hope htoomc fur all in thy pr...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 July 1872

FRIDAY.. JULY 5, 1S72. THE DIYOEOE MANIA. Picking up a prominent Eastern jour nal lately the first thing that met our eye w as a long dissertation on the "Di vorce Mania," giving various reasons for its alarming increase in the United States, anil deploring the evils that are to flow to society from this source. There is no disputing the fact that di vorces are increasing in an alarming ratio. Hut the writer does not give the true reason. No ivouder that women sometimes grow restive under the un natural bonds imposed by the law. No wonder that, as they become informed of the wrongs which they endure and the remedy, they should demand to be released. .More than any one thing else the idea, incorporated into the law and carried out iu judicial decisions, that the husband and wife are ono and that one the husband, is responsible for this deplorable condition of society. Give woman equal rights Itefore the law, with power to hold and bequeath property, aud the great cause of diseon tent...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 July 1872

FRIDAY. ....JULY 5. 1S72. HOMEHEWS. Tlio ears are now running to Oakland. A new Episcopal church is lo he erected at Vancouver. The late rain is the cause of much re joicing to the denizens ofWebfoot. The Portland public schools closed last YVetineeuay lor the summer vaca tion. It is officially announced that there is now not a single case of small pox in i-oruaim. Vivian still draws good houses at Oro Fino Theater. His engagement expires wan this week' P. E. Mav. ex-Seeretnry of State, who has Northwest will be furnished to sub scribers for S4 50 per year. There have been in attendance at the Portland Academy during the past year 141 pupils 71 males and 70 females- classified as follows: Music department, seniors, 8: juniors, 8, sub juniors, 31; preparatory, 4C; primary 24. Since the year 1SG0 there lias ucen aa persons IS females and 21 males who have raduatcd from this institution. The following is the calendar for 1S72-3: First quarter begins September 9th and and ends November ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 5 July 1872

hc torn .JULY 5, ISTi FRIDAY..... The VolcelcsH. HV OMVMS WENDELL HOLM Eli. v MMint the broken lyres Hint ret vhe ibesweet walling singers slumber, mlt Jeer (heir silent sister's breast TiwlWflowers who will Hoop to number few MM touch the magic string, Ami noisy tame be proud to win them; Alas! for thoe who never sine, JSuUlle with all their music In them. Nay. grieve not for the dead alone, Wliose wmt; has told their hearth' sad slory; Weep for the voiceless who have known The cross without the crown of glory! Nor where Leucadlan breezes sleep O'erSopplio'K ineniory-baunted pillow. Dot where the glistening night dews weeji U'er nameless sorrow's church yard willow. Oil! lKwrts that break and give no sign, Save whitening Up and fading trsesf nil death nours out his cordial wine. Stowdropped from misery's crushing preeces, If stnfitng tireain or eenoing cuoru. To every liUUen pang were given. What eml less. melodies were poured. As sad as earth, a sweet as Heaven! From the Golden Ag...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 July 1872

i i&yi .root.-, -jo: j.: :!) : : 7T-3 T-J K -OPOr - . . ..- i. A JorBrotl'Peor,. : ! .' 1 lc voted lo the Intereatg xr Tlaiurmhy., c i .i Independent In rolltlcn nd Religion.- ,uttA lie to n Tfte Tntteji, ami Ttwroogbly tladical lit Upi-oslne nnd ExpoUng Hie 'ffronzs o! the Ma-w. Cnirespriiidi iits writing over aoHimed signa tures lyutt piafce knon. their pnut to the Editor, or M Mtmtitm -win bo given to their ooimwinimltwu. SOHOEA JHEWTIT. by icrs. bcstk wmiran-L. Entered. aeeordrap to the Art ofCongmn.lt. the ye-.tr JeT2, l.jr Mn.Swie"VViliierelIlH th Of fice of the Librarian ol ConfrreMatAVRnhlnston 'Aifell.. Tho next 'morning Harry, left homo i :t l.pr !- mct 'TuSkl . a Pilfer MI 4v A. j-Mst '": -ii-ii ii li lt i s x i It Hemic if, Finns Jtiuses, Kjihe Vkovut. YOLIDDE II. rOTtTIVTO). OREGON, FRTDAY, .TTJX.Y lt, I.r. it a ?: 1 - (-:IS1U3I2JEIMO. happiness of his daughlor.'apd wife. Two Jays after Harry's departure Grace returned home, notwithstanding Grandma did her utmost to...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 July 1872

;i;e feu T&czilwz$L 1 FRIDAY... ..JUIA' 12, 1S72. NOTICE. There will be a meeting of the friends of "Woman Suffrage on Monday even ing, at "1 o'clock, at the residence of D. "V. "Williams, corner of Yamhill anil Park streets. All arc invited. THE rUTUEE0P OEEGON. 2Co State in the Union has such a glo rious future before it, judging from present indications, as Oregon. "With matchless grain fields, unlimited water powor and extensive mines of the pre cious metals, besides largo deposits of coal and iron, there is nothing to hin der it from becoming at once the grand bread-producing, manufacturing and mining commonwealth of the Ureal Northwest "With these three great el ements of success and development it is difficult to conceive how any other than an era of the greatest prosperity is in the near-by future. The agricultural iutercsts are supe rior to most other sections of the Union, and certainly inferior to none. It is a conceded fact that more bushels of wheat can be produced ...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 July 1872

Hi- FRIDAY JULY 12, 1S72. HOMEJfEWS. There is not an unoccupied dwelling 1 louse at the Dalles. The Salem Cily Council lias voted to do without street lights until next win ter. A colony of one hundred families will won leave Kansas for Washington Ter ritory. The Dalles Mountaineer, neutral in politics, has finally concluded to sup port urant and Wilson. The Oregon Stuto Teachers' Associa tion will meet at Eugene City on the lam ot August nocr. The catalogue of Christian College, Monmouth, Oregon, has been received. The institution is in a flouring condi tion. Tho Portland Free Discussion Club have thoir weekly meetings every Sun day at 8 o'clock i. m. at No. SO First St., upstairs. Farm hands are in demand at Walla -Walla. Thero's a chance for a few of the Portland bummers who arc growl ing about hnrd times. Mr. Nesfield is to be the recipient of a grand complimentary benefit to-night, in which the best musical talent of Portland will be represented. An oxtcnire ledge of cinnabar h...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 12 July 1872

4 7i FRIDAY.. JULY 12, 1ST: Married for Money. Through the window, many-tinted, crept the crimson evening light, , , "Wnathili round the white-haired brldegtooaWj ami thjrWferJ Hi i,f .Maudinc --'ill Wore the alur. while the priest, Willi ri n-nt nir. nlo earn r.,-I:i:inst lit "Wilt thou?" over both pronounced hih prayer. I uliercd somewhat In thesaylngthat low "Yes" that bound her life, Ki tt red tost to Jiis lierride her, chained -lior there, Ui" wedded wile. From the mir cathedral windows, ere the tol- emn riie.wiw a one, I :i.i-1 H the royal beauty of the crimwm set tlllR Mill. As though. Loiilr abode oniUlMknew.saiEu' upon fflFRnmranc w omrurirriiie court of sacred rab. Ixive ? Why ooce the maiden funded one had loved her naMlne well. Iyvr-T Thliwmotd man,herhuliaml, viewed it as a iMtyteuc. He, with all the world behind him, sated with Its vice and sin ' Mir,nno1ee cut the threshold, aiiKel-Uept from entering in. Bite, with only sweet-girl memories written on H,tllif yeahuwf m...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 July 1872

r ' r' ' - ' - 'i'ISZW - ' . t .... "' A. Joornal tor the People. lwvoted to Ac Interacts of Humanity . Ia4t)enlnt In IVlitioi ixl RcHgton. Alive to all Lire I M, ami TlvorftiHtttlf Radical In Opposing and Espratog llH-"U'rttw ot Mm- M.im-c. Oorn-spomteiiu writing over aaaumatl atgna tuns niuiit make known their name!) to the ICMtpr, or ito attention will be given to their oipfiinailnnf SONOBAJETEWITT. BV MRS. Hl'-IK W'rrHEKFI.t- Entered, according to the Art or Congress In the year 187J, lijr Mrv.snle WItherell.ln the Of flee of the librarian of Gngre at Washington fwy. CITAITBR XIV. A VISIT OCTH, AXI) ITS CONSEQUENCES. "Take good care of the girls, anil tiring the Summers home with you, If loss!ole, were the farewell words of Col. Hewitt, as tho carriage drove off from the door, bearing his darling ones, with Blnttehe, from his sight. Mr. Hewitt waved her handkerchief till tliey were lost from view, when, turning to enter the house, she beheld It fatty in cke con vernation witli a...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The new Northwest. — 19 July 1872

HS Vim fecitoesi FRIDAY. JULY 19, 1S72. "WOMAN SUTPEAGE MEETING. Thero will le a meeting this (Friday) evening of tbe friend3 of Woman Suf frage, at the resilience of Mrs. II. AV. "Williams, corner West Park and Yain lilll Sts., at which, for special reasons, it is desirable that even friend of the cause should be present. Como one, come all. W. S. MEETING. On last Monday evening a very pleas ant time was had at the meeting of the friends of Woman Suffrage hold at the residence of Mrs. H. AV. Williams. The various phases of the Woman Suffrage question were discussed in a very intol ligont and entertaining manner. If any one doubts woman's capacity to fully understand and competently dis charge the political duties of an Amer ican citizen, such person should attend one of these meetings, and be forever disenchanted of the erroneous ideas he or she may have entertained upon the subject. The course pursued by Oregon's Dele gate to the New York Convention wa unanimously approved, and tb...

Publication Title: New Northwest, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
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