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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 December 1877

nations. No serious difficulty lias arisen in.accomplishing the extradition of criminals when necessary. It is probable that the points of disagreement will, indue time, be settled, and if need- ed, more explicit declarations will be made in a new treaty. THE FISHERY COMMISSION, under articles XIII. to XXX., treaty of Washington,- has concluded its session. The result of the deliberations of the commission, as made public by the commissioners, will be communicated to congress. ' ' . ' INTERNATIONAL TRADE MARKS. A treaty for the protection of trade marks has been negotiated with Great Britain, which has been submitted to the senate for consideration. MEXICAM MATTERS. The revolution which recently occur- red in Mexico was followed by the ac- cession of the successful party to power and the installation of its chief, General Porferrio Diaz, in the presidential office. It has been the custom of the United States when such changes of govern- ment have heretofore occurred in Mex- ico to r...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 December 1877

| r i i EXPOSITOR' STUROEON BAT, DEC. 14,1877 WINTER SNOWFLAKES. Nosnqw. Moonshine agam. -•-\".- \" Steain terry still running. Indian rammer just arrived. Nightly frosts, but no snow. Wagoning extremely rough. GOLD WEDDING RINGS at Drug Store Brit isn't this nice weather—considering •Ufchinga? $&FCall at the Drug Store for your Holi- day goods. • „ Only one week more of school before vacation-. Handy little girls are darning their soeks for the 35th prox. Dr. W. W. Anderson, of Green Bry, is in the village. Small boys successfully eope with the stoutest built mince-pies. The first national thanksgiving was observed Febuary 16,1765. The whooping cough still \"whoops\", in numerous localities in this village. Which is the oddest fellow, the one who aBks a question or the one who answers? A. D. Olsen continues to hold Advent meetings out in the town of Sevastopol. Both of the tugs belonging to Scofleld & Co. have been layed up for this season. Mr. John Masse has bought the Den...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 December 1877

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FRJDJtl\" \" Li. C. I. MAETIIT, EDITOH AHD PEOP^. Jj^Equal Rights and Justice in AH Things.' STURGEON BAY, WIS.. DEC. 14. 1877 Ab no time in the history of this country, has such a fine yield of the earth been known. Every thing that is usually produced can be had in abundance and why people cry \"hard times,\" is almost mysterious. There must be something wrong in the machinery of the Government. People are drawing out w*at little money they had in the banks, and invest- ing it in almost anything that comes along, ere they shall be \"left\" with worthless bills in their hands, while banks are falling down like rain drops. There must be something wrong. Does not each bank failure cut us a little short- er of circulating medium ? Would uot our laboring class feel more cheerful, and invest their money with more deliberate thought, if they were carrying around with then) Govern- ment Greenbacks, instead of uncertain bank notes ?' There must be a change, an...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 December 1877

THE MESSAGE. CondmiedfrOvi third pctge. irig'ttte business of cattle raising, which iaafc present carried on upon them. ' THE REJPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER Of i V: . AGRICULTURE 'contains the gratifying announcement of the extraordinary success which lias rewarded the agricultural industry of the country for the past year, with the fair prices which obtain. To the pro- ducts of the soil, especially for the sur- plus which our people have to export, we may confidently turn. This is Jhc most important of all our resources for the re\\ival of the depressed industries of the country. The report shows our agricultural progress during the year, and contains a statement of the work done by this department for the ad- vancement of/agricultural industry, upon whichJthe prosperity of our peo- ple so largely depends. Matters of in- formation are included of great interest to all who seek, by the experience of others, to improve their methods of /cultivation. As the efforts of the de- partment in...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 December 1877

AN INDEPENDENT FARMER. let Bailors sing or the mighty deep, Let soldiers praise their armor, But in my heart this toast I'll keep— The independent.farmer When first the rose in robe of green' Unfolds its crimson'lining. Around his cqttage porch is seen The honeysuckle climbing: When banks of bloom their sweetnesn j ield To bees that gather honey. He drives his team across the field, .When skies are soft and sunny. Tha blackbird clacks behind the plow, The \"quail pipes loud and clearly. Yon orchard hides behinds its boughs The home he loves so dearly The gray and old barn doors unfold. Bis ample store in measure. _ More rich than heaps of hoarded gold, A blessed preciouB treasure While yonder in the Dorch there stands His wife, the lovely charmer, The sweetest rose on all his lands— The independent farmer. To him the spring comes dancingly, To him the summer blushes. The autumn smiles with yellow rav His sleep old winter hushes, \" Ho cares not how the world may move, No doubts and ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 14 December 1877

and revolver*, liluatrated Price list free. tire»t Western Qua Works, Pittsburg. Pa l ? — a Mammoth Outat to everybody. Stem i C i yoO winder wutch free with first order. Ten dollar*H day guaranteed, u . Oronegh & Co. Philadelphia, Pa.,„r Milwaukee, JVIscousin. Agents war tfti for tfte ••' *VV\"rl3K DAYS O F G - O d . A bo.fc f timvoloua hcantv and richness In thought, style ah1 h'storlcal facts. Gives-the very cream i f science, nvik'ng Its thrilling wonders and brl'lit tfems' hunseh Id treaMiiea, Endorsed hy the Press and Clergy everywhere, \"Rare chance fur agents rales Immense, Sample Ulastraitona, Circulars and term*free., J . O. AicCirdy & Co.. Chicajzo, III. ACENTS WANTED! FOR PARTICULARS ADDREBS WILSON SEVyfNG MACHINE CO. 6M l roadway New York City: Oh.eagi 111. Now Orleans, La., or-ton Francises, Cal JACKSON'S BEST SWEET NAVY CHEWING TOBACCO wae awarded highest prly-e a he Centennial Ex- position f ilne chewing qui ties»nd excellence, and listi g clia acter i f ew...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 December 1877

THE EXPOSITOR j CHABLES I. MARTII, j Editor an d Proprietor.'' ' . . • ' Pnblished BTwy Miay, | ,. AT- • • • .' t 8TVB6EOI «AT , :' VmCOHlHS. ' • _ •• • .I \" -- TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: i Oae Year ('•advance) $. 50 j Six months \" *• . . 7s [ Threes'•' \" \" ^ - 40 j - NOT FAID UNTIL 3 MONTHS AFTER SUESCXIB1NG: j -.g . One Year... *-• oo j V O l Six months... i oo '• INDEPENDENT. , The Worl d Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our H o m e The Interests or the People of Door County Our Aim. 5. Sturgeon- Bay, Door County, Wisconsin, December 21,1877. No. 10 THE EXPOSITOR SPRINTING OF F I G E Has been refitted with New Borders of variou* kinds. A l s o * large a»ortment ° « m . ° f , , X most modem styles. With the additional supply of material we feel confident that we * » » ? £ * satisfaction on all work entrusted to us. and solicit armuch ofyeur patronage as you teeb desirous •Â« 8lAU8oUrders sent by mail wilt receive prompt attention, and the work forwarded to the parties in the shortes...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 December 1877

A DARING BOY'S FATE. Frozen to Death Before the Eyes of His •.--••' Parents. V iFrom tho Toronto Mall.) •• • A disaster is reported from Coboconk, v, coupty of Victoria. Late one afternoon j last, week a.son of Mr. J. Campell saw V a deer crossing a .small lake in thoneigh- ^iorhoo of his father's farm. .Tho.lad • ^resolved to .follow the animal... Away 'went the deer across {ho ice, at full •v speed, and after it rushed the boy, who was very fleet-footed. Suddenly, and when about 400 yards from the shore, the ice began to crack. Still the boy rah oh. All at once tho ice gave way under him, and down he went. H e managed to keep himself from being drawn under the ice, but failed to find any strong enough to bear his weight and as effort after effort failed, the daring youth saw that all he .could do was to endeavor to reach a rock about fifty yards off. By dint of the most stren- uous endea-'erors—by half running and. half dragging his body through the ice —the heroic boy reached the...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 December 1877

V THE MISSING SHIP: Right gallantly, that morning hour,- From harbor sho sailed forth Five uutulred Bunny hearts on board, A thousand bales of worth— A little kingdom on the sea, A little heaven of hopes. And whistled merrily the winds. And seamen at the ropes. , Oh. what a picture gallery ' Was in those wooden walls I Each man was painting out his dream Of woods and*waterfalls. Of corn-Acids bowing in the sun: Of klne on sweet green sward: These were to be. across the sea, • And he of all, the lord! Ko wonder 'twas, though hard to part From all beloved of yore. That such a shout rang from the ship,. And such a shout from shore: Tbey went. They're gone from mortal ken, God only knoweth where: Full many a fathom deep, perchance. Each with his dream so fair. m THE STEWARDESS' STORY. A Christmas Story. It was Christmas eve. I was spend- ing, it not in the sweet circle round the home fireside, but in the saloon of a southward bound steanier, where there 1 was nothing to remind one of th...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 December 1877

Irnim EXPOSITORthey . gg|j|^^^]r».,p^.M/iw7. TTIHTKR SN0WFLA1ES ^? :dloyayvbtit warm. / ^ A t o o t t h e latest thing out is a borrowed i3Ba roads have made business very ^^ctlet for the last dav or so. iBIlB, Hi W. Reed, of this village, is lying ^ery flics: vrith a lung disease, , ,'iiantai Claus has made the Drug Store his headquarters for the holidays. :New arrival in this village yesterday morning—It's a Half \"Buttou!\" X: -A clumsy man with big feet is the great- 5» train-wrecker a laHy knows of. .:-\"Be just and fear not'*—that is, pay the fiie printer and you may laugh at Satan. -^])|odern marriages, says a c ntempon r/, JbeglnSvith a court and end with * court. Brigham's widows arc to bring out a book. It will be called \"That Husband of Ours.\" X . ^ GWUD 1TEDWW0 fclNOS at Drug Store Boneless codfish is the latest luxury. It reminds us of a good many aristocratic young menv \\ The Village\"Justice will hereafter hold his court in the Village Clerk s room in the Village...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 December 1877

THE EXPOSITOR \"PUBLISHED EVERY F R I D A f . \" ' C. I. MABTItt, EDITOB AND PBOP'B. \"JUSTICE.\" . Make the greenbacks a legal tender (or all dues —they coat the people nothing I Abolish the ( merce, foreign and domestic, givesalu ta both labor ami land all this, too, despite a i taxation of trie severest kind resulting front : the recent war. Active and prosperous be- yond all'former precedents*. THE THREE COUNTRIES THAT NOW TRAVEL MOST RAPIDLY. ON THE ROAD TO RUIN.: t. Great Britian, leader in the anti-silver and anti-paper movement, and now the sever- est sufferer from the adoption by other natiuns $137,000,000 a year I Why give the privilege to a corporation to get money on bonds for nothing, and deny that right to an individnal who holds » bond? This government has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks-and Gold Gambler! The Greenback party propose to ran it in the interest of the People and Labor I National Banks, for which the people are taxed of hei teachings. Paper pros...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 December 1877

THE EXPOSITOR. STURGEON BAY, WISCONSIN. - T H E receipts of live hogs tit Chicago . have been unusually large during the past week or t,vp the number received oh 12th inst was 67,500 head. - • - • • A CoNSTANTiNOPiJE dispatch says a council *f war was held in that city and it was resolved to continue the war to the last extremity. This will not likely frighten the Czar very much, as that particular point has already been reached. THE senate of the United States gave the whole of the 12th inst. to a discus- sion in executive session, of the appoints ments of. the president for the New York custom hojise. The nominations were Theodore Eoosevelttobe collector in place of Arthur to be removed, and S. Bradford Prince as naval officer, vice Cornell to]be removed, who were report- ed from the committee on commerce un- favorably. The third, viz : that o/E. A. Merrill, to be surveyor of customs in place of Sharpe whose commission has expired, was reported with a favorable recommendation. No ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 December 1877

European War. THE FAIX OF'TLEVKA. SHORT-HORS Bucharest dispatches dated the even- j History of the Short-Horn g of Dec. 10th states that after a severe gagement yesterday before Plevna, •man Pasha, who was wounded, sur- ndered unconditionally. The Turks Plevna were dying of hunger and Id. There, is great joy here. Buchar- t is covered with flags. OSMAN PASHA'S SURRENDER. Plevna i,s now in the hands' of the usso-Roumanian Breed of withoutoheir intrinsic merits have been puffed into fictitious and even' fabulous prices, because some interested parties Tii«v A™ D„tiNi anA would declare they were fashionable. They Aie Raided and!- The common, or scrub cattle can be Cattle—How Improved. I wonderfully improved by crossing them Princotou (Ky.) Banner. with a thoroughbred short-horn bull. One hundred and fifty years ago few. [indeed, the first cross of such a bull on if any, short-horns werq to be found out I a scurb cow is almost marvelous1. The of the counties of Northumberland, j cpws...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 21 December 1877

N E W S T O C K . ID oar store-may be found one of the most coin- pletc stock of goodsfever brought to Sturgeon liny. Our stock consists of/everything usually kept in a country'storc. Dry Goods, ReaflyiMade Clothing,*' 'Hat* aiuf Caps - Boots and Shors, . Groceries,, •••'••Provisions, • Hardware. Crockery, Etc.. lite '. • alt selected'vPith special reference to the wants of the people of Doi r county, and wc ^ in safely guar- antee satisfaction. FKLUMANN & COCHUMS. Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. TO jtf Green Bay and Minnesota R A I L R O A D . Summer Time Table, in Effect May 27, 1877 NEW ORGANS. 16Stopsf 1 28* 10, $96 IS, $85,9. t65 Pianos retaile price $750 only 285, Send for confide- tlal circular*. Daniel F. Beaity, Washington N.J. 3new vjocar and two new instrumental pieces sheer music, 10 cents silver or stamps. Music Publishing Co.. Middleboro, Mass. and revolvers. Illustrated Price Hat free. Ureal? Western Gun.Works, Pittsburg.Pa aejStyles of cards, 10c., or 25 New Year Cards....

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
Country/State of Publication: Wisconsin, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 December 1877

• & i\"!i HfS^S'4IC\" ^Ki?fiSS3,»«js/.i ^awy-iraKiT-Sic'j**^-^ , »^ ( THE^ EXPOSITOR CMARLES I. MARTIN, Editor an d Proprietor . FaUUbcd Bvtry IHiay, •TVBCTCOI BAT, Wisconsin. TMRMS OF SUBSCMP T/OV: ©*e Year (In aoraac*).* _ Wx months ••.-•••• Taree-M ' \" « I\" \"\"SUB9CRIB1XC- *. 5° 75 MOT I D UMT1L 3 MONTHS AFTER One Year.. «, „ ««.months r \" **° ° . . . . . . - . . _ „ _ x oo ALL ANXIETY. (rermany and Austria Befuse to Interfere with the Programme of the Czar- Crops in Southern Bnssia The Proposed Neutralization of the Danube —Turkey Talks of Calling Out 300,000 More Men. Intensely Cold Weather in Bulgaria and Ro- mania—Troops Frosento Death. ^v The Eussians' Call Out.60,000 More Men—A General Forward Movement. I N DER I N D E N T. The World Our Field Sturgeon Bay Our Horne^f The Interests of the People of Door County bur Aim. Vol 5. Sturgeon Bay, Door County Wisconsin, December 28, 1877. No. 11 Egypt Sends Fresh Troops to Seinforce the • Turkish Army. LONDON, De...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 December 1877

g 3||ir^Ei»H AND HIS BRETHREN. •.'. f$!HoW Thejr ^Lite at Their Leavenworth r L^g««-»TheIr ReUgrlous Serriees. : V LeaVenwo'rth Times. V :.i. -: On last Sunday a 2W?/*reporter visit- ^^^r^UBwy^wortberaind me cainp ol R U i ^ ^ i p l . . $ e r ^ v I p t i ^ s ^ o u t . a mile further up the river. At th^latter place ^ hei fouri^that the arny* tent*which had T at first been put tip, for the accommo- dation of the captives, had been taken ?( dqwb, at thevrequest of the Indians and in their places a number of \"tepees\" or f lodges made of stins stretched upon long poles. The lodges- are circular in form, and Vof a conical shape. 'The skins which form the walls, or rather wall, are sewed together securely with buckskin \"whangs\" or strips. They are perfectly weather-proof on the outside, and do not appear at all untidy, except at' the top, where the skins have been blacken- ed by the smoko caused by the fires which are kept up on the inside and centre of the circumference. In some ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 December 1877

IF 1 SHOULD DIE TO-NIGHT. If I should die to-night. My friends would look upon my quiet face Before they laid It in ite final resting-place,- And deem that death had left H almost fair And laying enow-whit* flowers against my hair, Would smooth it down with carelul tenderness, And fold my hands with lingering caress. \\ Poor hands, so empty and so cold to-night Iflshouid'dieto-nigBt, My friends would call to mind -ri:h loTing thought,. ' ' \" ' - . Some kind deed the icy hand had wrought Some gentle word the frozen lips had said . Errands on which the willing feet had sped The memory of my selfishness and pride. My hasty word*, would all be put aside. And so I should be loved and mourned to-night. If I should die to-night. Even hearts estranged would torn once more to me. ••• • ' • '• Recalling other days remorsefully The eyes that chill me with averted gance Would look upon me HB ofyore, perchance. And soften, in the old familiar way. For who could war with dumb, uacoriscions ^ Cay...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 December 1877

aWJRGEON BAT, DBC. 28,1877 - ' i r - ' n ''.-'•-• ' ' • • • • • { ' • ? • •' * •,! , K 4 •- . ' , WINTER SNOWFLAKES. Itaineveryday. •••.... : A Happy New Tear. | \"Pickwick* this week, f Snowballing out of style. Sunshine, rain, and mud! i Again daylight begins to lengthen. T How's this weather for lumbermenr A little vessel \"made\" port yesterday. j Grease your skates and put them away. Plenty of snow birds, but where is the I- finow? It is about time that \"new leaf\" was turned over. v Mr. D. H. Rice has gone to Manitowoc on business. Mr. Henry Pollett, of Green Bay, was in town yesterday. Notice change in Larson & Co.'s adver- tisement, this week. Christmas passed off quietly and undis- turbed in this locality. The question of taxes is just now agi- tating the minds of tax-payers. Mr. Quimby Martin, of Red River, was In town the forepart of this week, v Mr. Newell Washburn's children are down- with the whooping cough. It's about time to 'swear off.\" Next week starts us in ...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 December 1877

THE EXPOSITOR PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY 0.1. XABTZtf, BDZTOB AND PEOP'S. \"JUSTICE.\" Make tfte greenbacks a legal tender for all duet -they coat the people nothing I Abolish the - *J2^S51~5*nkl1 , o r w W c t t *J»e people are taxed $137,000,0«) a year! Why givethe prMegei to • corpnrHtion toget money on bonds for nothing, and Ueiijrthat right to an tadltidnal wbt holds a $?ni2*~7S!B JPYwnment has been run for the benefit of the Shylocks and Gold Gambler 1 The Greenback party propose toranH in the interest of the People and Labor I STURGEON BAY, WIS., DEC. 28, 1877 A paper is in circulation for signers to or- ganize a Greenback Club in this village, Th .t we will soon be able to organize with a good- ly number of the leading business men in this place, is certainly a fact, as the greater num- ber have already signed the paper. We are glad to note that both the old leading parties work for the cause alike—having ouried the old battle hatchet which has become handle- rs sjand dull—and...

Publication Title: Expositor Independent 1877-1880, The
Source: Door County Library
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Expositor Independent 1877-1880 — 28 December 1877

IlilEifex^siTOjfc ST1JEGE0N B A ^ WISCONSIN, r V:(:^^'jre8ident'Wi]l bis eivil ser- vice.message to, congress soon after it assembles in January. JOHN VAN HOESEN, the leader of the railway riots at Albany, N. Y., last July, has been sentenced to seven years in the Sing Sing penitentiary. REV. DR. HARRIS, bishop elect of the new diocese of Quincy, III., has declined the episcopate. He explains that he is compelled to do this by considerations relating to the work of the church in bis present field of labor. THE repudiationists of the lower house of the Tennessee legislature claim to have a majority against the proposition of the holders of State bonds to com- promise at fifty cents on the dollar and receive in payment 6 per cent, bonds of the State. THE great will case of the Vander- bilts in New York seems to be develop- ing into a sensation onlv second to the Beecher trial. The evidence of Cor- nelius J. Vanderbilt is either incom- prehensible perjury or W. H. Vander- bilt is both ...

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