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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 July 1889

TRATOS COLLIDE. A Collision on the Chicago, Bur lington & Qnincy. Se feral Perwons " Killed . Fourth of July Powder. More Developments Concerning the Sullivan-Kilrain Fight. Damage of a GreenTly to Wheat at Toronto, Ont. Ottumwa, Iowa, July 6. A collision occurred on the Chicago, Burlington & Quincey near Giendale, thirty miles from this city yesterday. An east bound stock train with two engines at tached collided with a passenger train west-bound. Express Messenger Blackburn was buried in the wreck, re ceiving what will probably prove to be fatal injuries. A few others were in- l . . . I 4 t a. 'ft. A .. 1 bauiy demoralized. Considerable of lha iirwlr waa IrilUt anrl inlnrorl That I wreck delayed all trains for about nine nours. at 1114 fcy EiflMlosa. Omaha, Neb., July 5. Just as the celebrators of Kennesaw, Nebraska, finished firing the National salute yes terday, a keg of powder exploded in Enail Schultz's blacksmith shop, in stantly killing bhultz and wrecking tne maidin...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 11 July 1889

THE WEEKLY NEWS - rCBMIIHKD Br TBI NEWS COMPANY, J. . , O'Cevnoa,' Editor. H. T. Huhoid, ilusinees Manager. SUBSCRIPTION KA TKM: O year, parable In advance Kl month " " TbrM Months'" - If not paid to advance Si .SO par year, DAILY EDITION. One year Una mooth 1 00 IB M 00 60 Entered at the poatoffloe at Emporia, Kan- aa, aa eeoona-ciass nuwr. THURSDAY. JULY 11, 1889. Sullivan la now grand ovation. giving himself a Spokane, the Montana wonder, got Into the soup at Chicago yesterday. The western champion lacks staying qualities. The interstate railway association seems to be well nigb bankrupt, by secessions of important members of the company. Millet's celebrated painting "The Angelus" for which the artist received originally 1500 was sold at auction the other day in Paris for $110,000. lP"wna a asssssaaas asfc Got. Lowkt of Mississippi is a fus sy sort of an. official. lie is making quite a splurge in locking the barn door after the steed has been stolen. The season of floods is stil...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 July 1889

EUUUtorUt Society . , - - -- Li:t I n ' mm r -x I ? i ESTABLISHED GREAT STORHS ! Kansas Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa and Wisconsin Visited by Electric,, Wind Rain Storms. and People Killed and Homes molished in Ohio. De- The Eransville Fire Department Tussle With Electricity. Cincinnati, July, 15. The wind storm which nearly demolished the Tillage of Prince town yesterday came in the afternoon. Before reaching Prince town it blew the roof off the ' barn! of Joseph Stinson, throwing it In to a coin field some distance away. The dwelling house of Funley Whitehead in Princetown, was carried away and his wagon-making shop near by was demolished. The large brick school building in the city was torn iown to the foundations, and a rafter of the house was carried 200 yards by the force of the wind and lodged in the top of a large tree, while the desks and other furniture were scattered in every direction, and the blacksmith shop and barn of (Jus Kinlear were leveled to the ground. The hous...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 July 1889

. - - - - - , J r : THE WEEKLY NEW PUBLISHED BY TBI NEWS COMPANY, J. V. 0"COH!0. H. D. HAMMOND, Bdltor. Business Manager. 5 UB8CRIP TlOlf RA TBS: O f rear, payable In adrsooe ! J Three months" " 35 If not paid In advance 1 .SO per year. DAILY XDITIOH. One year . . Ona month Entered at the poatofnoe at Emporia, Kan a as, aa second-class matter. THURSDAY. JULY 18. 1889. The price brought yesterday by the Atchison Patriot at the receiver's sale was $3,160. country offers such advantages for it as it does. If the fair or exposition is to be, and we suppose it is, the time is about arrived when preparations should begin for it. In reply to the attacks of the English radicals on Queen Victoria for being avaricious and parsimonious, the gov ernment thinks of publishing a full statements of receipts and expenditure a of the Queen, since her coronation down to the r resent day, as proof that she has not hoarded, as her ene mies charge. When it becomes neces sary to take sacfi steps to secure...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 July 1889

CLOUD BDRST. Another Cloud Burnt at Albu querque, New Mexico. The Mont Violent Storm Seen In That Section. Erer Jake Kilrain and Tarty on Their Way Home. He is Badly Braised, UUlng Evidence of Sullivan's Taps. that he will at once establish and en force national regulations to effect the desired end. ALBURUzityuE, N. M., July 11. Tuesday night a cloud burst occurred on the Santa Fe a few miles above this city and all trains from north, south and west are delayed. Those from the south and west are side-tracked at Wallace. The tracks for several miles are washed away and two bridges are gone. It was the most violent cloud burst that hits ever occurred ia New Mexico, even steel rails being twisted into all kinds of shapes. J uat before the burst occurred a violent storm raped in the mountains, angry black clouds overhanging the lowlands and rain descending in torrents. The storm subsided when the cloud burst occurred, but miles of track were washed away. bUlraln and Tarty. L.1TTLE Rock...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 18 July 1889

T HE WEEKLY NEW ruBLisaco sr tbk NEWS nmrP A 'NT V. I --"-t ----- ---' --i J. r. O'COBNOB, Editor. H. T. llAMMOKD, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U j rear, payable in advance........ .100 bis months - - Three month" " IX not paid In advance l.SO per year. DAILV KDITlOIt. 6ft U6 Onyr ., One month. , MOO 80 Entered at tbe poetofflee at Emporia, Kan- a as, aa KooiniHjiua niaiier. THURSDAY, JULY 18. 1889. CnoLEUA morbus has struck Leav enworth in tbe form of muskmelons. A emeus clown is reported by the Fort Scott Monitor aa making "refined and gentlemanly fun." Thb Cronin case is well nigh lifeless. A faint wriggle now and then shows that there is a little life remaining in it yet, but that is all. Several Atchison miners preach only once a day during the' heated term, and their good sense is applaud ed in the local papers. The people at Topeka are so good. they cannot understand what object the salvation army can have in assail ing that town. It is inscrutable. ' Beogs, the Cron...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 July 1889

yk. A L My ax 4 ' ESTABLISHED IM7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1889. VOL. 32. KO. 30. I-1 I J I r 1 I i i ;i hi r 1,1 -i ut ' I? I - Ky-y xyky wax M & : l e IV '1 . 1 . I' it i I h C P. A SEllSATIOlf. respectively of Charles D. Kaiser and I appointed by the president to treat I . w auiei Hirer, prouiiuean wubiucss i wiUi Hie tjueroi.ee innian tot tne TJUr- chase of lands west of the 96th merid ian, known as the Cherokee strip, and Policeman Murdered by Notorious Criminal. The Cherokee Want a Big Price For Their Land. Illppolyte Attempted to Fort an Prince. Take Secretary Procter Takes a Short Vacation. Kansas Crrv, July 22. Special Po liceman Henry Call, also janitor of the Benton school at Fourteenth and Lib erty streets-, was fatally stabbed in the right lung by White Taylor., a ne gro desperado and burglar, whom he was taking to the St. lxiuis avenue po lice station at 0:15 o'clock this morn ing. Taylor was apprehended in the act. of burglarizing A. Piercy's resi denc...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 July 1889

a i I 1 ' 1 '" ' ' I 1'HE WEEKLY NEW PCBI.IHHKD r THE NEWS COMPANY, j. r, matter beyond doubt by repeating the ear-Dullioir performance in a more public manner. , O'ConitoB, Blttur. H. D. Hammokd, Uuiinena Manager. 1 m 36 SUBSCRIPTION RATB8: U ie rear, (rble In adranoe mouth M Threw OKintha If not paid in advance SI .SO per year, DAILT KDITIOII. One year WOO One month M Entered at the pontoflloe at Emporia, Kan' &, as aecond-claaa matter. THURSDAY, JULY 25. 1889. Tiiky think tbey have caught "Jack the Hipper" and what is funny about it, Jack is troud that lie is caught. Duia'yun, Iowa, wad literally cov ered with flies a day or two ago. Yet it would scorn to be called a fly town Jack, tiik Rirrxn has come to the front again, and now we shall have another outbreak of "Jacks" of all lorts in the newspapers. The friends of Governor Francis in Missouri are stretching wires to make him United States senator in Vest's place. A rather heavy undertaking. Mil. I A knell and his attorneys...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 July 1889

CONSOLIDATION. The (Grandest Consolidation Scheme Ever Discussed. Fonr Children of Joseph Unit er Poisoned With Arsenic. Another Terrific Wind and ltain Storm in Iowa. S ROYAL rsl Jk l BANKER'S TRIANGLE The Reported Railroad Combi nations Said to be Merits of the Cronln Case er Wirings. -Oth- IIartkord, Conn., July 18. The text for a bill which is to be introduced at the opening gession of congress in December involving the mobt gigantic scheme for a railroad consolidation ever candidly discusHed in this count ry is now being put into type in the city and a Chicago tirm is busy pub liBhingthe pamphlet stating the con solidation of the lines and the tracls of country which are to supply the pro posed system with business. The fundamental idea is to make 1 Jo ton the metropolis of the continent. While the interstate commission and business ofwXew Kngland are discussing the problems to be solved on account of low freight rates enforced on the Can adian l'aciilc railroad, the consolida ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 25 July 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW HEWS COMPANY, .J. T. O'Cobxor, H. D. HAKMOWD. Editor. Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RA TBS: U t rear, payable in advance. (tlx mouth " . II 00 M 36 Throw months' If not paid in advance l.SO per year. DAILY EDITION. Oni'tu WOO One month 60 . i m. 1 . flu mm J Kr aa. as second-class matter. THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1889. Abilene's gas well proves to be a alt well, l'ut up a bath Louse and k advertise the town as a health resort. That is the next step. Tub man caught wasn't Jack, the Ripper, after all. That festive butcher Is still at large, and the London police still at sea. Jolly and worthless mar iners they are too. Three thousand millions or dollars of English money are said to be in vested in American railroads alone. , Proof is it nut, that our railroads must be paying properties? Even the Leavenworth Times admits now that Prof. Can field "is one of the brainiest men in Kansas." The Times did not discover the fact, however, un til everybody else knew it. Crank Graham s...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 August 1889

- - iiiiiMi ML 1 1 11 HP ESTABLISHED lt07. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, ATJGTJST.l 1889. VOIi. 32. NO. 31 V FIRE AT WICHITA The Most Disastrous Fire in the History of Wichita. Ilnssel Armstrong, a Prominent Resident of Kaunas City, Kansas, Badly Mangled by the Cars. Hon. James Buckner Dying Other Wirings. Wichita, July 29. The most disas trous fire in the history of Wichita broke out about 2 o'clock this morning, and before it was subdued the flames had horned property to the amount of 170,000. The fire origined in the base ment of a three story building occupied by the Cannon Fruit Commission com pany and quickly spread to a fine three story block adjoining, occupied by the Wichita Wholesale Grocery company. There was some delay in turning in an alarm and by the time the department was on the ground the flames had gained great headway. Eight streams were oon playing but an insufficient water pressure allowed the fire to get beyond control and the buildings were completely burned out....

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 August 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW NEWS COMPANY, j. r. , O-Co wwo. H. D. Hammokd, UuiIimu Manager. Manor. SUBSCRIPTION KA TBS; U t year, pajable In advance 1 08 ri z monuii - Tbree months If Dot paid la advance t!40 per rear. DA1LT IDItlOI. trm ur M 00 One Booth Ml Bntered at the pontoflloe at Emporia, Kan a aa, as aeoona-oiaaa matter. THUESDAY, AUGUST 1. 1889. Thb total damage by fire to the Santa Fe building in Topeka ia esti mated at 15,000 on the building and 910,000 on fixtures. A new morning daily is talked of at Topeka. Tbe scheme is said to be backed by some kickers who are anx ious to swap their money for a little experience. Thb fire in the Santa Fe office build ing at Topeka yesterday is supposed to have originated from a cigar or cig garette stump carelessly thrown aside by an employe. veuybooy agrees that Canfleld has the capacities and qualities requisite in the head of a great educational in stitution. -Then why not make him chancellor of the Univeraty? - Ir Funston starts a paper at Law...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 August 1889

HEWS BY ME. No Satisfactory Result in Treat ing With the Indians. Develonments Concerning the ATerilMVatson Lynching. The Ilenort of Mrs. Heron - - M Without Foundation; Good Discovery Prohibition Contentions. Bismarck, Dak., July. 25. Major Warner, commander-in-chief of the G. A. It., and a member of the Sioux commission, has arrived here and leaves for Standing Rock to-day. In speaking of the recent trouble between theG. A. R. and tne railroads with re gard to rates to the national encamp ment to be held at Milwaukee, he said that the G. A. It. would goon with the encampment, and will treat the people of Milwaukee with respect and consideration, to which their generous preparations entitle them. lie added . significantly, "We will settle with the railroads afterwards." lie says that the eastern people will suffer little by the refusal of the roads to give a spec ial rate to the encampment, bat it will be a hardship on the U. A. It. men of the west, where the rates are high. With r...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 1 August 1889

HE WEEKLY NEW , that of the easy relations that exist between law and liquor. rUBbigaso r thi NEWS J. F, COMPANY, O'COMHOR, -Editor. H. D. Hahmokd, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RA TSS: O year, payable In advance tl 00 nontba ' M Tbrwe months" S5 If not paid In advance S)1.0 per year. DAII.T EDITION. One )Mr WOO On moath W Entered at the postoffloe at Emporia, Kan IH,h second-class matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST 1. 1889. Congressman Kelly has written to Postmaster Lockwood of Burlington that his resignation would be accepted So says the Burlington Republican. Mr. Kelly is making himself useful in helping Headsman Clarkson to exe cute the new style of civil service law. Ilaving secured the weather report and a new postmaster for that town, Burlington ought to look upon its nat ional representative as a public bene factor. Such triumphs deserve a sta tue: . ance of the most robust, yet Corporal Tanner promptly re-rated him at t30 per month, the allowance for one to tally disabled to do any...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 August 1889

IS m ui ESTABLISH CO EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST, 8 1889. '71 lt7 VOL. 32. NO. 32 DISASTROUS SCENE. Spokane FaU-sW. T., Enveloped in Flames. ine JbMlire Jianine.SH x'OTllOH OI the City Destroyed. The IjCHK is Estimated at Thirtv tlillion Dollars. Train Ilollier at Work A&ain In Texas. Si-okank Falls, W. T. Aug. 4. A Are broke out in a lodging house on railroad avenue at 5 o'clock this after noon and is rapidly spreading and is now burning fiercely. The lire Deems to be beyond control of the firemen, and it is thought the entire business portion of the city wilt be burned. Al ready two blocks of business houses have been destroyed. Helena Mont. Aug 6. The city of Spokane Falls is burned to the ground by a Are which started last night. Details of the destruction were hard to obtain. This morning news of the virtual wiping out of the city came through the Western Union Telegraph company's officials here. They report the telegraph office in Spokane as hav ing been swept out of...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 August 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW i FUibUBIO Y TUB NEWS COMPANY, J. T. O'CofKom. Bailor. H. D. Hammond. tiudueM Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: U year, payable In advance Six month " Three month" .11 00 . 36 If not paid to advance I . per year. DAILT EDITION. One jmmr WW Om month 60 otered at the pontoffloe at Emporia, Kan- aa, aa aeoond-claaa matter. THURSDAY. AUGUST 1. 1889. There has been a Rood deal of ridi cule discharged at Governor Jxtwry, but ha has Slugger Sullivan at last. ''Theoretically," sayatheSalina Republican, "Prof. Canfleld is a great and smart man." Theoretically great and smart is good, very good. The Atchison Patriot has opened war on the city jail. What is the use to do that when your city is swamped with debts, and you are unable to build new and modern structure? Evidently the thing for the editor! of the Lawrence Tribune to do, if he would keep his paper "up to the high standard to which Charlie Scott had brought it" is to get married. - . Peaches are going to waste down at Wichi...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 August 1889

HAD HORSE. Bitten by a Rabid Dog, he ates a Sensation. Cre- Two Ken and Eight Horses Bit ten by the Brnte. Many People Killed In a Collis ion at Hamilton, Ohio. Monument of the Pilgrim' Chemical Works Burned. CmcAoo, Aug. 1. A hone with all the symptoms of hydrophobia ran amuck on Robey street yesterday after noon, and was finally killed beneath the shadow of the Moody tent, at Mil waukee avenue. No tiger of the jun gle could have created more of a sensa tion or shown a more vicious desire to exterminate man and beast. Two men were bitten and eight horses torn by the teeth of the vicious animal. For two hours they chased up and down the streets and alleys, pursuing and pursued. Four policemen, with Lieut. I'enzel, joined the crowd. Shortly afternoon, Mr. Erickson attempted to mica ui nurse vu uis meat mantel un livery wagon in front ot his store. The animal was of a gentle disposi tion, small, and without a trick or vicious habit. When the horse was led from the barn he showed signs...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 8 August 1889

THE WEEKLY NEW ' FUBLI8HKD Br tHI NEWS COMPANY, F. O'COKWO", Editor. II. D. Hammond. Huslneca Mnaer. .11 to 36 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: M year, payable la advance M months " ThiMnonthi" ' If not pakt In advance Sl.SO per year. DAILT BUITIUH. One bar 2! Ooe mouth Entered at the poatoflloe at Emporia. Kan- aa, a aecood-claaa matter. THURSDAY, AUGUST 8. 1889. " Tub Kenans City papers are clamor ing for a line of river steamers on the Missouri river, to bring the railroads to terms. It is gratifying to know that the Shah is behaving in a very gentleman ly manner during bis present '-tower" in Europe. It is now the duty of the Topeka Democrat to establish the authenticity of that Ingalls letter, or rest under the imputation of being a forger. Tiie Black Diamond seizure in Hea ring's sea is likely to lead to such an in ternational dispute with England as will bring up for discussion and settle ment the question of jurisdiction in that sea. managers are at the bottom of the 1 trouble." General ...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 August 1889

i- 111 ! 11 I ESTABLISHED I&S7. EMPORIA, KANSAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST, 15 1889, . VOIi. 82. NO. 3 3 ) T I I f I: r. NEWS ' OF INTEREST. An Astonishing Discovery Aspen, Colorado. MnrihjH Letter in Keganl the Tarls Exposition. at to Illinois J. A. It. Sued Breach of Contract. for Harrison's Special Train Sul livan's Trial. D,envek, Aug. 12. A most remark able story reached In-re yesterday f rtmi Aspen, Colorado, regarding the unex pected llnd in one of the principal mines en. the Aspen Mountain. Last Thursday night, as the story goes. The night in the Minnie Mine put in two thirty inch holes in the breast of a COO l:ot level and fired the blast just beloie leaving for the surface. On returning to the mine it wuh IoiiikI that the two shots had brok en into a cave, ihe extent of which they proceeded to explore. Going in a few feet tUey found the walls cov ered with crystalized lime and lead that glitters like diamonds. Here and there little stalacities hung Irom the ceiling. The lime fo...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Emporia weekly news. — 15 August 1889

!-'c ; ..u.w.r..e-;. ;I tiesi" rfv-. J" " ! i ; I 1 - I : : THE WEEKLY NEWiy.! !f;!';ie TSSl NEWS COMPANY, j. r. o'Cowwoh. Editor. H. D. Hammond, Business Manager. SUBSCRIPTION RA TBS: U Tear, payable in ad ranee II Op month M TkrM months" " 36 If not paid in advance l.0 per year. DAILY EDITION. One y tr MOO On month 60 Entered at the pootoffloe at Kmporla, Kan- a, a second-class matter. have been three months older. All or which will be taken as proof that his appointment was a very good one, the point you desire to make. - . A rather lengthy complaint has been died by competing lines against the Alton railroad, charging it with violating the provisions of the inter state law. This law seems to be re garded in railroad circles very much as the civil service -law is esteemed among politicians, a law more honored in the breach than in the observance. THURSDAY, AUGUST 15. 1889. Thb Santa Fe and the Hock Island f eem determined to make Kansas City "a whistling station" only. Trie presi...

Publication Title: Emporia Weekly News, The
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