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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 1 February 1878

SLEEP. '. O gentle sleep ! the gracious Rift and blest. ' Of God'i own tending; O sacred sleep! dear forftlate of that rest Which knows no ending; Sweet promise of that far-off Faradiso Of calm release, Where, weary ones may lean on Jesus' breast, A nd close their eyes, And be at peace. Earth "presses down ," the hearts that would ascend , Droop, folnl and weary; So distant teems tbe the lifelong journey's end, The way to dreary ; Each day't fierce struggle tiret us out, at though We could no more, Then cornea thine handmaid. Sleep, our grieft to tend, . With balm for woe, And strength in store. We lay us down in peace, thy touch divine Our eyelids closing; Darkness. thy secret place, becomes the shrine Of our reposing; Gently we breathe our touls into thy care, So glad to be One day more near to that home-rest of thine, Which we may share Willi saints and tliee. So Eight by night we linger at thy feet. Until the morning; .Glimpset of heaven, bright visions pure and sweet, Our dream...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 1 February 1878

- - . .. II t . t ... ........ . ALL ROUND THE YEAR. HT EI.AINK (iOODALK, THK BKRKSRTKF. POKT, AT TIIIRTEKJJ YKARS OLD. AH round the joar tho sun MilHe liritht, The pulo moon sheds her softer liht ; The dsy a brilliant beautv shows, The nlht In drowsy stillness goes; The massive link or mountain chains, The dimpled swell of fertile plain, The bouahs or trees, the roots ot fiuwerx, At least are always here, And Nature keeps her sacred powers All round the year. All round the year the brave hearts bent, The ruddy limbs are strong and fleet; With youth and health the tokens li Of glowing cheek and flashiiift eye; No chllldiK Influence need wo know In summer's shine or winter's snow ; Warm hand to claiip. wum lips to i rcs, Warm friends forever dear; Warm life and love ai d happiness All round the year. AH round tl.e year the trusting soul Ma7 find the word of promise whole; The eye of Kahh once firmly stayed No doubt can move, no sorrow shade; The flight ot time, unknown above, Breaks ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 1 February 1878

Local JeTs. St. Louts is procuring her Ice from the North em lakes. Q. C. Bingham lias gone to San Antonio, Texas, for his health. . Tkere are ninety-six vacancies now existing Id the U. S. Naval Academy. The Governor Is expected to return home from 8pring5eld this morning. "We are informed, by a Murphy Ite, that the organization numbers six hundred in this city C. P. Anderson, an old Jeff. City typo, is making Murphy speeches to the people of Clarksburg, Mo. J. It. Kyle, who ban been confined to his bed for some weeks with a severe cold, Is now able to be upon the streets. The sister of Billy Welners had an interview with the Governor Wednesday at 2 p. m. With what success remains to be seen. Geo. W. Fishback, Esq., was registered at the Charing Cross, London. American Ex change, (449 Strand), January 2, 1878. The Tennessee Jubilee Singers relumed to St. Lou is from this place in disgust having abandoned their trip to Caliloru'.a. f Some ot our sportsmen ore taking advantage of the...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 1 February 1878

Cotton Manufacturer In the Mouth. We are gratified to note tlie progress ol mechanical industries tit the South. There is no reason why tht portion oS our country should not make rapid strlili's in the development of her immense natural rosourceft. Iron, coal nnd cotton consti tute a foundation upon which way oc built up an industrial suiwrstructure'tlmt should yield its millions ot dollars annu ally, and lurnish employment for hun dreds of thousands ol skilled workmen. The iron Industry is fast being developed, and the textile manufactures are hardly behind in growing importance. Senator Gordon, of Gcotgia nys that seven cotton mills have been constructed in the South during the past year, and as a rule their machinery is ot the latest and most ad vanced patterns, built with the certain knowledge that the South in manufactures must compete with the skill and experi ence ot the East and England, lie also says t'mit the mills of the South have been generally successful, und the error...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 February 1878

i', ; -j it- ' 1 1 ' . - v 4 . i ! t t' 1'.' t ' !..t, '" M .' 1. 'V : II. I ' ..'"i rt . V 1 . I f I .' !. . i ' ' 'it ;( . " 1 I Mi ' : I . ' on 'i f V I , ft: : 1 1 I ; ...... i . . . VOL. 6. , JEFFERSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1878. xMO. G ( I I e ouroa : (Si..-., .' 1 J ' ' ' WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, ! ruUishofl. ETfl'ry Friday , . .. .' , , Terms of Subscription i Single copies, per yeai 1,60 1,25 1,00 Clubs of ten per year Clubs of twenty, per year - , INVARIABLY IN ADVANCK, TO CASH BUYERS ! v " I i ' " fiv'.'t ' ' . . , Great Reductions In Dry Goods, J ' ' Groceries V and Liquors. r Largest stock in tb ctty at ' ...... i "Wholesale and retial, D ALLME YER a CO 208 and 210 East High Strekt. N - aun3t'77 wly CASH PAID FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. JOHN T, CRAVEN 301 EAST HIGH STREET, Ii again in "the field, and be will always be glad to see bis friends and customers. ' GROCERIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE PRICES .FOR CASH. V f Go and See Him. i 's1 . ' ''. ' You will find a full stock o...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 February 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 137a. INFORMATION WASTED. ' ' Mr. Editor : As you know, silver a leiral tender in this state fr all ilebti contracted since the passage i' the act f hint winter. This being tho i-ttM khd Dot (lit) inteiet on our state bonds, dun on the first ol January, payable in silver" And il it wns, did our In ml commissioners puiclctsvt silver in Jv'ew York at 'J8, hnd pay it in silver P jour readers would like to be . formed ou this matter. Yours truly, iNQt'lltElt. We refer Inquirer's inquiries to the fund commissioner. It they li;d the right to save two per cent, ol the interest to the tax payers, they ought to hive done it. Our impression is that they had the tight, but we prefer to hear their opinh n. TO CONVERT 'JHi UK AWES. In social and sartorial matters il is well known that t'.ny lash ion is appropriate lrTided it .is French ; but il is not so well known that the French have also been the originators of some ot the best religious fashions. That vivaci...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 February 1878

ni & Taylor NEW YORK. . '-1 " ij I lei ( ! li.l V.t !'l MI'llK -I. ' i -. : i ;i i.- . -i I . i ' y-n. WE INVITK ATTENTION TO THK FOUXW ISO lrt:l'An IMKYI! OK Mt'K IStABMSIIMKMS. THm.lW I'ltP'r AT WHICH Ot'K lOPS AIIK MAHitv . tt .V- I!,'- t'lAS nKl'KKKM'K IW TliK r llOUfnY r-r .i,N. A l liAHOAINS Wil l. UK roi'NK rt.K(tnitTTiii. iiousk, thIs va. PONS IMPOUTAtlvMi IIIVlMi, ,L Ai,f.N. EQUALED ISTOili OF GOODS. .. , . '..It l- M.Vi (It 1 r ' 'it t mr est tre ' ' I! fismlsome and durable, nil wliltli. fl.O' to 9 Ml, Tli HRf Af AMI'.itN'AN 1 M DK-TltUCTI BLR BILK, 1.), M.S6, ml Jl ,. :n- .- i PLAIN COLORED S.LKV cur hsilec; oomraem:U)R a low it "De. vr yor.l, , anj tt f saint' rnn o.iHlily of last tsoiiHt f I . Ksuev M-nr-he Met laranft Hgures of ilie w ' Prl Kti.otw, fMiii' upwards. Trimming ?;tiu , t II.HO. worth J l.ii. THE PKIOKS AT WHICH WE ftPI-KR OM sIlKC ABB WB-QIAUIKK TO ONK.1I11KD i i ax Last feason. tV A ?n,K HKGMi 13 A UaNDSOMK HOLI DAY, PRKi3r. ,,;, . . ... a .... .IN i...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 February 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1S76. Local News". Mud for the million. Judge Miller In holding eomt nt Boonville. The Butler town board at In la-t session rained the dram shop license from 73 lo (2.0 per annum. The Governor haa appointed Alfred Kennedy collector of Dade county. The Mast in Bank nl Kansas City is enabled to weather "the storm" by supplier from Sf. Joe. According to the Kansas City Times il was Secretary Sherman who burstcd the broken banks of that City. Bah! Messrs. Dxllmeyer & Co., shipped a large lot of groceries up Ilia 0are, to Duroc. by the Phil L. Chappcll. Saturday. The Colonni de Hotel, Philadelphia. Pa., sus tained ita well-merited reputation, and 11 possi ble. earned itreufer, with it putrons, during the "Centennial Exhibition.'' illw. Gen. Ewing will prove to a certainty the commutation of John Keiio's sentence Will the stealing and suppression of the papers destroy their legal effect ? The Wright Cnunty Home-Talk comes to hand with nine column of o...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 February 1878

THE BATTLE. ! , BY B. V. Ksr'th in fleM ( battle , '. '' A warfare deep and Strom, Between the hosts of heaven ; And mighty powcra of wrong. In aorrow and in sadness, . , In plsasure, woe and pain, Untiring and unceasing, And human aoula the (tain I And all mankind are warriors, With pnrpoie Rood or fell, Allied with heaven's angels, Or with the powers of hell! there la no neutral station. And all nuit march witbiu The arm of salvation. Or In the ranks ol sin I And side by side with demons In darkness will go down, Or fall with truth't treat heroes. And wear the martyr's crown. And ever fiercely waging, The struggle will not ccave, Until the awful coming Of Christ, the Lord of Peice! HOME. Address of Judge Krekel before the State Horticultural Society at Se dalla, Jannarj 30th, 1878. In presenting Judge A Krekel, President Colman remarked that the distinguished gen tleman needed no introduction to a Missour audience, as he was known far and wide, nol enly as an eminent jurist, but a...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 February 1878

A GREETING. 8a many Mart an sliine In the tky, So many little winds niormurlnt by. So many blessings attend thee; So many leave aa dance on the trees. So many flowers aa wave In the breeze, Brighter than tbo. iove. and tweeter than . these, The lovine, thought thnt 1 send thee. Were I the golden sun to thine. Every ray a glad thcuglitof mine, Lov In ( and true and tender. I would crown with my beams thy dearest head, From morning golden to evening red; Deep In my heart Ilea the thought unoaid, The love that no speech can render, When the awett flowera droop and die, Think that my hopea all withered lie, Think how my heart Is broken ! When, in April, with aun and rain, Violets blossom on hill and plain. Think thou couldst call me to life a; aio By the sweet word still unspoken? Supreme Court Deoinions. Supreme Court met Monday and filed opin ous aa lollows: BY JCriC.K SHERWOOD. State, plaintiff in error, vs. Thilip Cox, de fendant In error. Defendant was formerly barkeeper of Madison...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 February 1878

"Local News.' Warm and Sprlug-like. ;,; '.', Let farm work at Spring begin. Not a bit too early to nut In your pats Sunthlne and bird-song in all the air.' The Murphylte is not al way a common'tater The,,,trada' dollar" at par tor subscription tol the State Journal j.i i -J ''( $ i) r i Judge Krekel tma gone to Colombia to' de Dyer a leotore at tha University. The' Mexican dollar", taken at par for sub scription to the 8taT Jourwal. ?j ii f ' . . The Supreme Court ha " aubtracted one year from B. F. Bctburum' term of imprison ment. ; , . . ;': "A numberof8isteri of Charity are passing through the cltv asking almes for the poor and aide of su Louis.. " r The Chamois Battle Flag of this week, with Tennte Matthews' great temperance speech in full, is at hand . The Connecticut State prison during 187T earned 925,067. and cost the State $28,079. Bla things, that I Ain't, it? .We welcome ia our exchsnee list the Spring field Daily Patriot. It la b !ht, fresh and spicy an aosapted favorite...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 8 February 1878

TheMFlre." About a hundred ladies and gentlemen assembled last niijht in Rev. Dr. Cbap in s eburi'h to hear the pastor preach on the 'Day of Judgment' nnd to take part in a formal conversation on the subject. Taking for his text Matthew, x., 23, the reverend, gentleman argued that the text should be Interpreted by Its spirit and not literally. When Christ likened the day of judgment to the terrible visitation 0 Sodon and (ioinorrah. He meant not the day ot judgment so universally believed, but the temporal judgment that befell Judea and Jerusalem. The original of the Scriptures reads 'a" day ol judg ment, not "the day of judgment. Dajs ot judgment are ol Irequent occurrence. Home had hers when stio crumbled and MUZ France bad hers in the reign l Kobetpi rie. We should remember that Christ did not speak in English. The word "hell" is the translation f "Ge henna," a Jewish cesspool, where all that was corrupt existed. About hell at the p:flent time there U going on considtr abl discus...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 February 1878

11 - J) VOL. 6. JEFFEKSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1878. xN'O. 7 jl lie .oyaie " L J I . , 1 . ' 1, ) Y. WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, '. ;' . Published. Ercry Fridav ,' N. C. BURCII. - - Torml of Subscription t . . Single copies, per yeat $1,50 Clubs of ten per year. 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year.... 1.......... 1,00 Invariably in advance. TO CASH BUYERS ! . '.' V t .,, , t I I " ( ' -. Great Reductions in Dry Goods, ' Groceries V ' . 1- ' . and Liquors. : Largest stock in th city at ' i .Wholesale ani retial, DALLMEYER 5 CO ; ., 208 and 210 East IIigu Stkekt. . , - auaGl'T" wly CASH PAID, FOB COUNTRY rRODUCE JOHN T. GRAVEN 801 KA5.T HIGH STREET, Is again in the field, and he will always be Rhtd . to see his friends and customers. ' GROCERIES RETAILED A T W H 0 L E S A L E P R C E S l'J"v i '. FOR CASH. : '. J : Go and See Him. . , ; You will find a full stock of the i .VCUOILEST GROCERIES, ' ' - Consisting of ' - ' ''' y ' BFST COFFEES, " ',' .', t TEAS, . SUGARS, - .. ' . SYRUPS,...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 February 1878

STATE JOURNAL FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1878. Some days must elapse belore the suc cessor of the deceased Pope can bo elect ed. What journalist by the name oi "T. S. Carter" wants toga to the Legislature? St. Louis J mi rim I please answer. A State Senator should at least be carelul how he handles a prisoner's tree papers, even lor others cspeci.illy when a price is fixed upon them. Senator Maine has certainly struck the key note ol popular sentiment on the silver que.tiin. Silver is the money id the constitution, as is gold. A dollar of the one should be made us nuaily as pos sible of fit; same spueitiu value as the other, and the mint mills ot the country should be Minted in their coinage ol neither. an sua The Democrats Imve u hard time with their eongrexximiHl door keepers. Their first one in the last congress was a loot nnd the present one is accused of bein worse. St. Joe. Gazette. But the most serious part ol the matter is that the congressional door keeper is apt to be either too...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 February 1878

GREAT LIMITED MAIL ROUTS FROM St. Louis to the East COMPOSED OF THE Vandalia Line Pan-Handle AND Pennsylvania R. R. ' The Only Knote rnanlnsr Pnlltnisa Palace Cars from St. Louis to ' ' Mew York without chance The above represent the Shortest and Quick est Route from 8t. Louis to the Seaboard, run ntng through one ot the most populouu and In terestiug portions of the country , with many large and important cities upon Its line. It asses throuKh Vandalia. Effingham, Terre ante. Indianapolis. Richmond. Plqua (or Day ton, Vrbana, Columbus. Newark, Steubcnrllle, Pittsburg, Cresson, Altoona. Harrisburg. Lan caster, Phlladelphlai Trenton, Newark. N.J. , and Jersey City, on Its route to New York . TWO FAST EXPRESS TRAINS daily On Arrival of Trains from the West and South. DAYLIGHT EXPRESS Leaves the Union De pot, 8t. Louis, every mnrulng, and, being a Vast Express, stops only al principal stations. It has Pullman Palnee Sleeping Cars for Colum bus, Pittsburg, Philadelphia and New York with...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 February 1878

vv. STATE JOURNAL FIllDAY. FKHRUAHV: 15. 187fc" 1 1 NW8. 8teain's up. Presses more livelier. Bring In your job work. The Carthage 11 inner has certificate vf incorporation. been granted Capful Ki,POfl. f15.009 w rlh ol city bunds were cremated last week, and 117.000 lnt iiiaht.- Sprlntteld Patriot. Tbe First National Ruil. ut h-aiU Hill, Mo., bus closed its doors. Hint Turner & Ot is, banker at lodepcndanee. Kas., have also sus pended. Who says that bonds cannot he comproml-ed? Callawav county his isued I OS.' IK) of new bond in exchange tor old ones Ht 30 cents on tbe dollar. The 'Trade Dollar" 1 u beautiful coin. (tbiH is not tin original rem.rk) and ''Tim First National" is congratulated on introducing it as the currency of the realm. The Govern'!'" ha re ppoin,ed Thomas Corrlgan and W. X. Mclicariuoii, Police Com missioners ol Kausa City. Term of office three years. Jndge Arnold Krekel, of Jefferson City, ar rived Tuesdav, Htil is delivering en interesting series of lecture ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 February 1878

.'ifir' J n !! 'J J 1 to i A PICTURE. : One picture fair within my heart I curry i Unshadowed by the weary weight of jear; And often, as orold strange scenes I tarry, , . ' ,, A vision of my early youth appears. The houses clustered on the water' border. Clear Imaged Id tho softly flow i tig stream; The trees beyond ll, set In gracious order, The bridge, the road delicious is the dream 1 Each nook recslls fond thoughts, and memories soften ' : 1 '.' ' ' : My heart to those that still by them abide; I think of those (hat wandered with me often Of those who now In earth lie side by side. . Long years have rolled, and other children aladly ... Rove In the woods and by the waterside ; (Ami some who walked with we may eye them sadly. And think of other days, whose light has died. And yet It lives, and shod a wondrous sweet ness ' Aiound the ways, else darkly shaded all; lftkingthe heart, prepared in all meetness, Like "darkened chamber," "when the bright ... rays fall. A home of beauty, ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 February 1878

THAT GAME OF BLUFF. Senator Young Vindicated. We have often lelt that the fates were unkind to Senator Waller Young; that un fortuitous circumstanced were shamefully dinpnted at timet to misrepresent St. Joek's immaculate statesman. By a strange obliquity of vUioii and perver sity of under-tsnding, hi character, a a bene facto t,oo a recent visit to this city, was scanda lously distorted, sad he wat set down, instead, a the emiuissary of oue John Cox, the man who Wanted a price, and has sot it. for the irrender of John Ueno's partlon papers. On a jeh occasions we have lelt Impelled to fro to the much-abured statesman's rescue. This is ur impulse now. It Is true Mr. John Cox and be have each published a card in the St. Je epu Gezette. the purpose and intent of wnlcb are supposed to be the Senior's vindication f.om these misrepresentations; but they come so far short ol complete exculpation that we feel obliged to interfere, particularly as the Journal was the tlrst to publish them. O...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 February 1878

.-- I , - . r ' T., .-ruv , . ;,.,.-v :v;-UJ ;Tr:,''" " " - -- -r- 5 , JvYt,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, , . ' ' ' k ' . ........... -w.w ; r i apparently subsiding here. There is satd to be over 9500. In silver, la circulation in this elty. Hon.R.T. VnnHorn, Collector of the Sixth DUtrlct, la on a visit to Washington, D. C Travelers East will not forget that their best route la via the Vandolla Line and connections. Bee advertisement. Sergeant J. A. Dargon has been atationed at this place in charge of the National Cemetery. Mr. D. la a stranger In the city we believe. We are pleased to note that the County Court baa ordered the treasurer to redeem all the outstanding funding bonds of the county, amounting to some $12,900. An affray occurred in Macon county, last week, in which John Rinehart was attacked with an ax by a tenant named lasly. Rine hart then ahot Easley, killing him instantly. E. G. Wrlgbt, a former Clerk of the Wichita, Kansas, National Bank, sentenced to the pen itentiary here In ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 15 February 1878

TURKEY The Russians In Constantinople. London, February 7. The Advertirer ys: W'ti hav reason 8 to koliove that e Government has rHceived information the entry ol the llu.!;ins army into onstantinoplo. At any rate, it the Gor- roment is not in possession ol this news, ho Kussiuus Embassy U IN THE CZAU'S HANDS. The post says the Russians are in Con stantinople, 'i his was the newa last night current in London. We nre inclined to think that it, is based upon official authentic information. The message has come yia Alexandria. Wo do not know at this moment what the l'KEf ISE NATl ltF. ol' THE OC'CTl'ATlOX is. Accordm? to some displamatists, t he Kussian have possessed themselves of two foils on the Huyouk and Chemdja lines to others, they have gained still greater advantages. Details are ot small moments practically ; all aro agreed that the capital oi Turkey and THE KET OF THE EAST is in tho bands ol the Czar. Indignation will be ol little avail. It will be alleged that no deception h...

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