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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 8 February 1896

7- X. ,3..' . ., V,; . . ? . VOHi. "VIII. SOUTHEAST NOTES. Many of our exchanges are com plaining of the tramp nuisance. Tramps are especially numerous in the Arcadia valley. The Bonne Ter re Democrat says that "never in the history of this place have there been as many tramps begging for some thing to eat. " The complaint is gen eral, and many robberies and viola tions of the law is the result. And yet the Republican party has been legislating for the past twenty-five years to "protect American labor." We believe that American labor has got its "belly full" of Republican "protection" but of nothing else. Geo. Leff bit off Chauncey Van Winkle's finger in a fight at Arcadia. The last issue of the Ironton Reg ister was devoted to an illustrated sketch of the Arcadia valley, and ap peared quite creditable. Scott coun ty is the only county that don't need advertising. Marble Hill Press: At a free sil ver conference held in Washington the other day Mr. Hatch of Missouri told the populist...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 8 February 1896

: . . t.. : . ' ' ."- r".v '.-r '.: zm iz X 'f ;c. : , - izi sxn cogm hewsedt. ' U " :-" MAMnmn, rmkUsher. ' ; "'''' ' IvwrwMi - mssoviL It was nmrrtl on tha Mat ftt M, Standard Oil Co. m about to organize as corporation, with a capital stock t300,OQO,000, and go out of the trass euaineaa. A mxmorial service was held in St. ; . George' Episcopal church in Berlin, on the iioth, in memory of the late : Theodore Runyon, United States am i baamdor to German. Tttu T. Kathbyh, the lady phy alcian who is to be assistant at the Hopkinsrille (Ky.) lunatio asylum, the first appointee of the kind in the state's history, is a native of Newport, 1 Tmt secretary of the interior, on the 8th, awarded to the Idaho Canal Co. the contract for constructing a canal ' through the Fort Hall Indian reserva tion in Idaho. The amount of the con tract is 990,000. Cimtr O Bmr.s of the Sew York city detective bureau hns been requested by the authorities of Dublin castle to look for a quantity of bonds stolen fr...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 8 February 1896

y C';'- yx:-' yr.-:y - ' -'jr - .. .1- 3 a. a: V.'-' v''. 'ft "n ; THK SCOTT COONTY MWSBOT. ran. a. HAriotB, rabibhar. BENTON. . . . MISSOURI THE MARINERS. Weary, brother' and discouraged T Life Is full of care and croat. And your Ufa la like another count It Bold or count It drosa Ai you may, the total value of llfe't profit and life's loan. If the acope of your horlion Is shut in and circumscribed So that other sails you see not, tolling with ' the wind and tide, Still llfe't mariners are legion on that ocean, rough and wide. Did the Helmsman prow disheartened at the tempest and the sea, Never would the pood ship anchor in tho harbor never be Beacon lights at Inst to welcome downcast sailors such as we; But ho holds his vessel steady on her course, up to the wind. And despite the wrathful billows leagues of space are left behind, Till, all peril pant, he brings her Into port. So we shall And If life's cares and If life's crosses serve to mnke us stout and brave Even hurricanes wil...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 8 February 1896

SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. ! Foil. A. Hafxer, Publisher. v.. ... j. Lr1 tK-tn one year. lO craft nrr mutith rM r ' 1 I If rcr . k . . . fr Z Utl ABOUT PROTECTION. . A 1 . ... neuuen near people air them selves about the "pauper labor of foreign countries." We also hear them vein about t.hA 'WMinn n I -w f ..wv V V.V'.I fcV American labor." We also know that the pauper laborers of foreign countries get enough ahead to cross the ocean and come to this country. Did anyone ever hear of one of them earning enough in this great "labor protected" country to get back on ? Or, did anyone ever hear of our American laborers being able to take a trip across the ocean ? The fact is that the laborer is the man who must pay two hundred cents on the dollar for all the protection he Rets. Everything he buys is "pro tected," but what he produces is thrown upon the open market. All of us buy sugar. Havemyer, of New York, is the man who heads the sugar trust. Sugar is "protected." There is a "bounty" on it....

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 15 February 1896

' v ft oilj; rir:. m v 3 3 n s z :l 1 ! IlEitela Glearaiice xo now; unaer way, ana oy iar tne juargesii ddock 01 mercnanaise in uommerce is now tnrown upon xne mariiei ui . ..' ' K ' : : QUICK -i ' v. I. -; .IC m fe';;4- :": "A- ',. r II i i.'i . . r V ;7 3 ''it 0.-,',' X3rrtj Have Room for Syiri ti'g ATArnfl tikii nl Id UIIUI UU jUU al FlCOltt COMLMEBCIS. ; John Goodin and J. B. Stubblefield rere over Sunday. ' Wde and Nerval Anderson and AH)m Ellis went to Illinois Sunday. Miss Estellc Brown, of Tliebes and Mr. John Bacon, of Anna, Ills., were , among the passengers on the Chero kee Tuesday. The Anchor Lino steamer, City ot 8t. Louis, came down Sunday even ing with about one hundred excur sionists on board. She carried an ex cellent orchestra and ono of the swcl lest crowds of people that have been seen here for some time. They were bound for Mardi Gras at New Orleans. The daughter of Mrs. Ann Berry, living about seven miles below here, wasburicd here Sunday. John Lcdore went to S...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 15 February 1896

V V y. ' t 'I '7 j Y 7 - V fci-.'.' s SCOTT COr Pun.. A, ;' tr l"if. sugar, the g-rlnd- :tu been finished, V Hereof centrifugal i l.V Exausrt, eepltel- i k 1 Ktoreteur, Aied la uU lad., oa the 7th, after aa Jl to. su Wveka, r. tj Unkw Sibirean club of Wash- ; C r m .arranging for oelebratlon to til Tlwr. Frt. uE 3 Ms)e) M - - p 3 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ' fortieth anniversary f the birth of the 4 f . . i mwnH refsaoucsHi purvy. Tn British Press association an nouneee tliat the Scotch oil combine tiaa completely dissolved, with heavy loaaea to its inventor., an that the Standard Oil Co. U again master of the aituattoav. . ' Fi&mn for the week ending tan the 7th, aa reported by R, V than fc Co., were, for the United States, 323, aa against 381 for the corresponding week last year. For Canada the failure were 3. against 58 last year. A CoHSTAirmoPt.s . dispatch to the I-ondoa Times sayst Carcfol inquiry convinces sne that the palace party . net afloat the rumors of the Russian- Turkis...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 15 February 1896

:l ( 4- .1 i -V lOernt prr, month. : xiiciiAim P. BLAND, f -'-i ; Ot Mliwsoori. : ; ' :A Tor Arico-PretWent, l 4 ' f ' Tt WITT V 11 ' 7. Of South CixIim,. jBOMS MORS ARGUMENT (?). ' Hnii around Id TCnerallties and tries w swiM-n mc rvaaer on T.ne question, lie finds himself In such a bad road that be can't vet out of ruts for the thuck-boles. He still claims that the farmer's land is only worth fiO to 73 per cent, of what it was a few years bjpVbut intimates that the rascally laws and corrunt ofllclals stitl extort the same high rate of taxation in the face of the fact that said farmer has to sell his wheat and corn At n prrat. 1y reduced figure. He never hints Mat tno prices on everything that the farmer uses are correspondingly t . i T- 1. 1 j-i ". . Tkis is some more of Bro. Hender- son's sound money argument ( ? ). It Is certainly discouraging to discuss a - mattiy with a man who has so little v regard for fairness. He says we "sken around in generalities." Notb- "i Ing li furth...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 15 February 1896

J. 'V Ml .7 IE IUB postrnsr, on his asornrnc rouna , ft in .Vetos tlM, Wlilch makes wy iMrt with tap liar bound. My rM wtthraja- it mi Ml fcaM the relntxrw's tints, . Touwouia call it "mi." : There" riotainr . that e6 xaoeb. Mi hints That it's . tin. It seems a modest little note, ' In truth I will confess The little maid bsra una word wrote. That word was "yes." and you can 'Xtm 'U hat radiant Joy Is mine. For sue will be oh, happiness! ily life-Ions; valentine. - Joonstons Murray, In Womankind. mild air of mid- February was perfumed with violets. From a yard across the way their odor floated even to where old Caleb sat on the court bouse steps. Above the sray old ne- V"4 pro elenmed the whit- Doric columns of the house of Ca!-b was the most bedecked old ne- i i o in he seen out of Coneoland. tie v ore ii tall white hat. a blue frock coat some 20 brass buttons adorned that rn.it n Btwl chain (Dresumably for a wntcij ha wore, a chain that crossed his breast four times. Sundry charms...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 22 February 1896

) - 11 .cjti wixr-r VOL. SOUTHEAST I; NOT 12S. Jackson Cashbook: When U. S. Halt, the farmer (?) Congressman from this state, was reminded the other day while storming against silver that he voted for free coinage at the last session of Congress, he answered with great nerve that he bad "progressed since then." Hall has indeed progressed wonderfully since he used to run about over the State as President of the Farmers' and Laborers' Union hunting up far mer audiences and telling them how class legislation was reducing them to a condition of servitudo little if any better than slavery, and that they should wake up and send men to Washington who would represent their interests. The election to Con gress of the President of the Farm ers' and Laborers' Union by the farmers of this district was one re sult of Mr. Hall's labors at that time. And a slicker humbug in poli tics than he has proved to be never imposed on a confiding public. Dexter Messenger: A Howell county merchant is in trou...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 22 February 1896

8 V i 4 A 1 X 1- V 7r yr f '. , i 1 ft - i ... ... jP!?' 5 im- 4 n IrwjTa : . tXLlU A. BAXKSa. raUtafcaa, '', , " . ' . ...... i a vxxtca mssouRt J In regular session of the ; British parliament mi opened oa th 11th. ,l Tftv. Db. Sax roan Hcirr, agent of ' the Methodist publishing house, Now ' York, dropped dead in the Grand hotel t Cincinnati, on the night of the 10th. I 'Wamawts were served on the entire .city council of Clinton, la., on the 13th, . for contempt of court In not obeying an order of the district court with ref erence to changing the grade of a street. : . i Tun honse, - in committee, of the whole, ontbe 13th, rejected, 41 to 118, the proposition of Mr. Long (rep., Kan.) to coin the output of the silver mines of the United States at the ratio vofldtol. - Y- I Tint house committee On military af fairs ordered a favorable report on a bill appropriating $15,800 for the pav ement of damages resulting to property ; .from the explosion of a caisson at Chi ' cago during the...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 22 February 1896

.f i 0mm NLT a baby, fair end mail, Like many another 1 baby son. . WhoM am Ilea ant) tears cam swift at call, jd slept ao4 gTw, that's alt ant Waahlngton.r - . boy. Ilka ether boys. ' taaka ana studlea, aportaand fum t hla books and vanes and toys; ; jl ..at bis childish sriefi and Joys . . y aha lime Washington. i awkward aad ihv. Duuieq ib aanaung a norse and gun: m NMWT1M Bnowtodn that, hv ud hv. II BtJ M 4sa in duties, treat and high; ' and bj " !!r!74UM'n f finest bwit, 1 Hero of battles fought and won) I Burveyaiv general, president. nn wiw nis country, ana aiea con I , - ten- 9b patriot, Washington; . Only-ah I what was the secret, then, ' Of his being; America's honored son f "hy was he famed above other men, ame tiion every tongrue and pen, i uiusirious waemngtonT "tT brain, a will to endure, " red, a slave to none. ka brave and strong and I ile and great and pure. was held secure; Washington. . Va. School Journal . Original. OMETHING has to b e done," declared Mrs. llaeki...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 22 February 1896

..J i I' .V "I A A. SCOTT. COUNTY NEWSBOY, : ' ' Pttiu Aj .Hafskr, Publisher, i for JVf?r, t AJrar. ..$1 -W .m lA-r ar yen r, 10 rent prr month. Pot President. 'RICHARD P. BLAND, Of' MissHouri. ' For Vlrt-JPresKlent, ; BENjV R. TILLMAN, ; Of South Carolina. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the Democratic Primary, April 14 : For Sheriff, ,W. R. BATTS. For Prosecuting Attorney, R. A. KINGSBURY. CHANGE .OF OPINIOM ' Congressman Hall, of the Second Missouri district, who "slipped in over the shoulders of the Farmer's and Laborer's Union, and who made his campaign and was elected on a siricuy Jbioi stiver oasis, is now a fctrong advocate of the Administra tion and the gold standard. Recent ly he made a speech in which he claimed that he now better under stood the question and had, therefore, changed his views. He also charged tliat other Senators and Congress men knew better, but voted for free coinage because they were afraid to go back, ...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 29 February 1896

V -' '""' t 1 ft . t 1 ' .1! ''. . - - a.. . ye L ... V .1 1 01 2 VOL. SOUTHEAST NOTES. Farmington Times: A queslion frequently asked is, "If the Nation al Democratic Convention should adopt a single gold standard plank in its platform would you support the ticket?" When propounded to an old time Democrat who has always ' voted 'er straight," a puzzled, hesitating expression comes over his face, as if he were offered a nauseat ing dose of medicine which he was sure would aggravate rather than re lieve his ailment, and it is right hard for him to give a direct answer. Whether he will or will not, it is plain to see that he wouldn't go to the polls with his accustomed enthusiasm for the party and urge his neighbors to do so. He would be a mighty sick man, and perhaps wouldn't be able to get to the polls at all. Just lots of them were that way in 18!4. Win. Gibson was killed in the Doe Hun mines by u mass of rock and ore falling upon him last week. Louis Hoppie, of Stoddard county suic...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 29 February 1896

V . 1 A 1 ii 3 v0V X r A if 9. Ifs I 5 r - M 'i - r , it Mm ft, rablbaW ir MISSOURI neotAmoH baa been introduced la : . 'or an lnvestl gation Into the ;0- ; tng out of Graves' bid for bonds . ! stheir subsequent award to the '.. ian syndioate. .i''Aat HCKDiiED families in Wabash, "a I wer lef without fuel during the : 'valance of a blizzard with the ther Jtfiometer near aero all day. on the 10th. by the bursting of a gas main leading no vie gas field. Amctort reached Havana, on the - Slst, from the island of Santo Domingo . . that a vessel in the hands of filibusters . In those waters had tried to capture a Spanish merchant vessel. The at- tempt was, however, frustrated. Wn.tJAV E. Geil, the evangelist of Doylestown, Pa., recently closed a two weeks1 series of revival meetings at Poughkeepste, N. Y. Fifty thousand people attended. Somewhat more than 1,000 of his hearers were converted. ' By the burning of a large factory building in Troy, N. Y., on the 17th, a number of employes, th...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 29 February 1896

J 1 v. ... t '7 ,j- . .. K . 7v.'UP,v-'ti,''M''''tMiLiiKnj" " 1 1 1 1 ' X. 'I SCOTT COUNTY NEWSBOY. -Phi., A. HAfSfiR, Publisher, ,Vr J far, in Aihnnr.. , , , . . .f 2 00 ,f2i n it,if .irrfr, JO rtW ; month J For President, mcy.vRD r. bland, Of Missouri. S For Vicc-Pivsidont. I1EX.T. .It. TILLMAN, - Of South Carol inu. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Wo an; authorized to announce the following candidates, subj c- to the Democratic Primary, April 14: For Representative. JOHN E. MARSHALL, .s For Sheriff, W. R. BATTS. For ProsocutlugAttorney, R. A. KINGSBURY. For Assessor. ALLAN J. HARRISON, County Judge 2d District, J. L. HALE. THE "H ARMONIZERS. " Although the Democracy of Mis souri, in convention assembled, at P .i'tle Springs, declared for the free - U41 unlimited coinage of silver at tho ratio of 1C to 1, independent of any other nation, the Francis-Maf-fit crowd of "harmonizers" have called a meeting of the "sound mon- t y" or "representative" Democrats of the Slate to be held iu St. Louis to-day...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 29 February 1896

i if- x. Mi -rait. a. HAinrss, raniwk : 1RNTON. v HTSSOUK Lire. . ; 1 little time for labor, , .. A IUU tuna for play. "V;-'; '. .'And tn there cornea eternal Bight ' (. Ur als eternal day I ' r A little tlma tor Joying-, A little time for grief. ' JLad then We (all Into the grave, Aa talla the autuma leaf! - W , X little time for laughter, 'J'C'' A little time for tear, - " And then an ocean gathers np . The measure of our yaarsl . , A little time for loving, A Utile time for hat. And then, with swift and shudd'rlng feet, v e ope an unanown gate! I A little time for singing, A little time for wall, . And then our satis are torn to shreds Before an unknown gale) A little time for meeting,' A little lime to part. And then a cruel hand tears away The flowers born In. the heattl f A little time to waken, V A little time to nod. And then. In glee, worms feed upon The Image of the God! Hamilton Jay, In Florida Tlmes-Vnlon. SOLDIER LOVER. T nut while stay In; with my friend, Tom Grant ham...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 March 1896

V ( - I k I- r- I, ' - V ) .5 e . i -; .-: . VOL. IX. ARNOLD INTEUVIEWED. t)ur Ex-Congressman Talks ou the Situation. Ex-Congressman Arnold was seen by a Nkwshoy reporter yesterday, and asked what he thought of our early primary. "Well,"' said he '"looking at prece dents, it was called rather early. But it is as fair to one candidate as another. , It gives a poor man a bet ter show. He doesn't have to make a long canvass and spend all the money he has or expects to get from the office." "But early primaries are advisable for two reasons; one is they give time for enmities to subside, and another is they insure a better turn out at the general election. I am satisfied that the late Democratic primaries in many of the counties of this Con gressional district last summer and fall, materially contributed to the light Democratic vote cast at the general election, whereby a gold standard Republican was elected to represent a free silver constituency. After the primaries many Democrats los...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 March 1896

THE SCOTT COUKTYMSBOl MUX. A- HAFKCR. PabUther. 1EXTON. ... MrssoUfa Attorxkt-Gkserai. Sinos'i resolu lion protesting against contemplated federal inteference in Manitoba school natters was carried In the Manitoba legislature, on the 37th, by a Vote of 31 to 7. A Cvbas flag w vlnjr over the office of the Petit l'arintan, in Paris, on the 2t!th, attracted a crowd of angry Spaniards who cheered for Spain. "They were dispersed by the police, and soino of thein wcro arrested. The suit in Philadelphia of the United States against former Postmaster-General AVanamaker, to recover a penalty of 81.000 for violation of tlie contract labor law, ended, on tho 86th, in a ver diet for the government. . Tiif. house Judiciary committee agreed to and ordered favorably re ported, on the sstu, a bill to abolish the fee system as to United States dis trict attorneys and marshals, and to substitute therefor stated salaries. . Gkx. Matmox Miller, a veteran of the Mexican and the civil wars, died suddenly...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 March 1896

; WHN THE POSTMAN PASSEsivT a.T.1 iLf"1 lw' Scorns, 2vr.i.Zli.cher" wa,t lCtant. And twLJl " hl" cheery Rreetlng;. And tns boatman paaaea by. fe-, h bean of Joy and sorrow, "J1 hBte- rrom very land: ?.!,f!!o;,,,,.'hen mal1 nd 'over i r, trf asure from his hand. . tontlT hearts beat faster Ai -?.ihwy hefr hls fotteps nigh, wi.--?J,op6 deferrei stow fainter " nen the postman passes by. T5?I!? ho. l,u'"ne" man may imimble V hen he hears his hurried slam, " wil .lk.n0W8 h' lon" been waiting For that son of Uncle Sam. And though bills, and duns, and state ments, ThlT,f oeT Aetk and ,able "v- llhope for ome "wee message T ill the postman passes by. life's gay songs and tragic numbers In that leathern bng he bears, And the box Pandora guarded Held but half as many cares. Bo to this gray-coated .Tonus Let us lift a goblet high; Health and courage to the postman, Though he stops or passes by. -racs D. Boylan, In Chicago Journal. TRIAL BY FIRE. The major wns one of the mam- wpII born Englishm...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The News boy. — 7 March 1896

t - - -' SCOTT COUNTY NEWSDOY. Phii.i A. H.vrxi:n, Publisher. ' r Vtar, i Aitntnrt ..... . . . . 2 no For President! nieii.Tu p, bland, Of Missouri. For VuV-Prosident, BENJ. K. TILLMAN, Of South Carolina. ANNOUNCEMENTS. . ' Wo ore authorised to announce tin' following candidate;, subject to the )einoeratie L'rimary, April 14: Fr representative. JOHN K. MARSHALL, ALBEBT Pb REKtN. LON. B, WILLIAMS. For Sheriff, V. R. IJATTS. For Collector, W. II. HEISSERER. For riivwutincr Attorney, R. A. KINGSBURY. For Assessor. ALLAN J. HARRISON, ROBT. L. STUB HLEFIELD. L. J. WATTS. For Treasurer, C. LAMBERT. W, Count v Judge 2d District, J. L. HALE. CUBANS RECOGNIZED Last Friday the Senate passed Concurrent resolutions recognizing the b lligereney of the Cuban rebels and recommending the President to use his good offices with Spain "toward ef fecting Cuban independence. The ty ranny of Weyh-r, commander of the Spanish forces in Cuba, has created much svmpathv for the rebels. '"Tliis lnan Weyler,' s...

Publication Title: News Boy, The
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