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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 10 September 1884

/ t I!EAT EXCITEMENT \ 1 In Staunton! M MW Id Sbiinlon! lIMtGMXS AT (J LA DICE’S Our Cost Sale is over; still we cry the Summer Goods Must Go. We are bound to sell (hem at any price. Splendid ealicoes at I cents! All styles ginghams at 5 cents! Handsome sattcens at 15 cents, really worth 25c! Summer Sills , all shades , at fate. We have a few more of those beautiful Lend Dress Goods worth 35 and 40 cents. We will sell choice of 20 different styles for 25c. Come and see them. Linen Lawns at a Great sacrifice. India Linen worth 40c we oiler at 21c. It will pay anybody that wants goods to come in and see our Goods and Prices! We have 20 different colors of Julsard’s P.est Hunting worth 30c which we will sell mt 10 cents! are now receiving our iHk A 1,1. (i ( ) O 1) S, have linin' room, m euim- and take and oblige. HBjjjAilly. C. A. GLADKE. SMBHi' an Him di-nla\ing tin hand ■ s.ii..; I -i pnnl ing all kinds r 1 11 a11ig 1 11 t.i lhi- market. It is to come and see I hem. give away railro...

Publication Title: Greenville Banner
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 September 1884

4 4 CALL AND SEE GEORGE Pb'ORR, THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, 2ft M Al\>‘TIvEET, STAU.VD >N. VA. , - - 1 1 ‘ g > £ j ■ g a a ® ti B •“ 1 i i fit z is 3£? 5 " f GREEN VI ANNER. ONE DOU.AK A YEAR. VOL 111 THE - GREENVILLE - BANNER. EVERY WEDNESDAY. SI.OO A YEAR. ILLUSTRATED OCCASIONALLY. A correspondent wanted to give tlie news from each town in the county. WednoMlay, Seploinl»er 17. Look.— Old papers, excellent for wrapping purposes, for sale at this office. Price 25 cents per 100. Pretty Wagon. — A. G. Duncan •A Co. have a very handsome onehorse wagon. It was made by Kesterson brothers. Synodical. —The Synod of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church meets at Old Providence, near Ilaphine, tomorrow, Thursday, 18th. The Virginia Presbytery has a meeting at Ihe same church this day, 17th. Pw Carried Off. — About the middle of Sunday night a week an animal, supposed to have been a panther, seized a pig in the barnyard of Mr. Frank Talley, at Newport, this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 September 1884

IT STU.I. WAVES. , GREENVILLE >i aMiiiL. v ZBAZEsTJNTIBIR, ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning —AT— Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BUIIWELL, Editor and Owner. Subscription It sites mill Ternwi SI.OO a Year; (» 3lonlhs, (>0 ets. No Mimcv. No list liner! Advertising' It silos sind Terms! ] wk 4 wks Hmos 0 mos 1:2 mos 1 inch, *soif 1 if 150 $ 50 $ 4 2 inches, 75 1 5(1 250 4 0 5 inches, I 250 4 0 4'._, “ 150 4 « 8 15 0 inches, 250 (i 8 1•> 40 JHinchos, 4 8 15 HO 50 Transient ads payable in advance. Ads fortiori 2 months quarterly in advance. Heading notices 5 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $1 50, cash. Professional cards ifri a year, cash. Positively no deviation from the above. A Voice from the Hot. Oli, well for the Esquimau That he sits on a cake of icc! Oh, well for the polar bear That he looks so cool and nice! But the scorching heat pours down And blisters both head...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 September 1884

into his hands all the money she could gel, that he pocketed conscientiously in exchange for willing kisses. It was one time thirty sous, once or twice two francs, once twelve sous only, (she wept with pain and humiliation on account of the smallness of the sum, but the year had been bad), and the last time five francs, a huge coin that made him laugh contentedly. “She had no thought but of him. He awaited her return with a certain impatience and ran to meet her as soon as he saw her, which made (he young girl’s heart leap. “Then he disappeared. He had been sent to college. She found this out by shrewd questioning.— Then she used infinite diplomacy to change the route of her parents so that she could pass through here at holiday time. She succeeded, but only after a year spent in stratagems; she had thus been two years without seeing him, and she hard ly recognized him, so greatly had lie changed—he was so tall, so much improved, and so imposing in his jacket with gilt buttons. He f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 17 September 1884

; > i;i:.\T excitement VI In Staunton! tai M«t In Stata! I BA HG AI NS AT ULA DICE’S ()ur Cost Sale is over; still we cry the Sant mer Good ft Must Go. We are bound to sell them at any price. Splendid calicoes at 4 cents! All styles ; ginghams at 5 cents! Handsome satteens nt 15 cents, really worth 'ioc! Summer Silk .v, all shades, at J We have a few more of those beautiful Echo Dress 4binds worth 35 and 40 cents. We will sell choice of r'o different styles for 25c. Come and see (hem. Id nett La teas at a Great sacrifice. ! India Linen worth 40c we offer at ;ilc. It will pay anybody that wants goods to come in and see our Hoods and Prices! We have ”0 different colors of Jnlsard’s Best Bunting worth 30c which we will sell at 10 cents! are now receiving our HA API, (10-o-l) s. have more room, so come and take -'A.: away, and oblige. fully, ('. A.GLADKK. :m now disnlay ing Ihe ha ndof sampii 1 [,n nt lii” all kinds HHHHHBv, rlno 11 a 1 11 to this market. Ii is l (l come and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 September 1884

4 4 CALL AND SEE GEORGE PEORR, THE LEADING T( )ILVCCQNIST, 21) MAIN STREET. STA I’S'i i )S, VA. 4-I it r. n■s a? 1 * 5 s i. Z * s 3 - c it Z •9 I * GREEN V I LLE'^BANNER. ORB DOLLAR A YEAR VOL. 111. THE - GREENVILLE - BANNER. EVERY WEDNESDAY. SI.OO A YEAR. ILLUSTRATED OCCASIONALLY. A wanted to give the news from each town in the county. Vl’otliiowdiiy. ScplrinlKT 31. Baling. —S. W. Myers, Esq., of Greenville, is running the haybaler of Geo. Williams. Esq. Immersed. Two young ladies were immersed in the stream at J. B. Collins* mills Sunday afternoon. A little boy from Greenville would not wait to be dipped, but plunged in all by himself. ‘•Mountain News.” —Wo have a copy of (he new journalistic venture at Franklin, Pendleton co., W. Va., bearing the above title. It is quite a handsome 8-page sheet, and we hope has come to stay. Hugged.— One day last week on (he farm of David East, Esq., near Moflatt’s Creek, a bear caught and tenderly hugged a pig, but did not kill it, the body of t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 September 1884

IT STI3LI. WAVES. GREENVILLE ZBAINTIsrEIR, ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning —AT— Greenville, Augusta County, Va. J. B. BURWELL, Editor and Owner. SiilwnfaioH ISnir* nml Term*! SI.OO a Year; 0 Months, GO cts. Vio yHoney. Vo Uinmer! AdvcrltNina' IfisaSt* ;ni(l Terms! I wk 4 wks a inns (i mos 12 mos 1 inch, $ 50 $ I * 1 50 if aSO $ 4 2 inches, 75 150 250 4 (I 3 inches, 1 ‘2 50 4 0 8 4i„“ 150 4 0 8 15 0 inches, 250 0 8 15 30 18inches, 4 8 15 30 50 Transient ads payable in advance. Ails fortiori 2 months quarterly in advance. Reading notices 5 cents a liip l each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $1 50, cash. Professional cards $2 a year, cash. Positively no deviation from the above. Only a IMn. Only a pin! And it calmly lay In the shining light Of a bright noonday. Only a boy, He saw that pin. And fixed on it a look intent Till boy and pin alike were bent. Only a chair— It had no business standing there. The boy he put on a fien...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 September 1884

improved wit limit t rouble or expense to (heir owners other than t he appropriation of t!5 per cent, of (he net proceeds, which, it is believed. would be almost immediately more than covered by the enhanced value of such 'adjacent tracts as they might reserve for private 1 disposition. The history of settlements in the West and Northwest shows that where land companies with sufficient resources have been properly managed, under well-ordered systems, the result almost invariably has been large profits and benefits to all concerned. While the conditions under which settlement must be made in the above named States are essentially different from those encountered by colonization societies in the West, it is believed that the proposed plan can be started under such favorable auspices as will insure equally favorable results. v » ♦ What Will Wake Him. “You are an early riser, are you?” said Mrs. Brown to Mrs. Jones. “No; the reason is I cannot wake up Jones before noon. I have tried the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 24 September 1884

/ t 1; EAT EXP ITEM EXT \ I In Staunton! bl Maul Id Stalin! UMtOAINS .I T G LAI IKE’S Our Cost Sale is over; still we cry the Summer Goods Most Go. We are bound to sell them at any price. Splendid calicoes at 1 cents! All styles ginghams at 5 cents! Handsome satteens at 1o cents, really worth :2.">c! Sommer Silks , all shades, at JpJe. We have a few more of those beautiful Lena Dress Goods worth 3.’) and 10 cents. We will sell choice of r2O different styles for;2sc. Come and sec them. Linen Lawns at a Great sacrifice. India Linen worth 40c we offer at :21c. It will pay anybody that wants goods to come in and see our Goods and Prices! have :20 different colors of Julsard’s Bunting worth ode which we will sell ■Be now reeei\ ing our li, (;•)(»]) V > more l oom, -o eon ll ;i ml lake G. A. GLADK F. e are now di.-td a\i nc the handof ,-a tuple- Io j I 'ruling .ill kinds vi r brought to 11 1 1 - mark. 1. 11 is ■■■li' to come and sir them. give a way railroad tickets ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 1 October 1884

4 4 CALL AND SEE GEORGE PFORR, THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, 29 MAIN STREET, ST.VUNION, VA. 4 4 « * c i « ! fl fl 5 > * ’O a B “ 1S I fl b * •: is * GREENVILLE'^^BANNEK. ONK DOLLAR A V K A It. VOL. 111. THE - GREENVILLE - BANNER. EVERY WEDNESDAY. SI,OO A YEAR. ILLUSTRATED OCCASIONALLY. A correspondent wanted to give the news 'from each town in the county. WedneMlny, October 1. 1/)ST Kino.—Don't fail to read the notice of a lost, diamond ring on page 4. —> »>« i Look at This!— Mr. W. N. Cleminer is in Baltimore buying a stock of boots, shoes, hats, caps, etc., and will open at 27 Main st., Staunton. Movkd. —K. A. Talley, Esq., with J. W. Campbell, has moved his family from Newport to Greenville, occupying the building adjoining the confectionery store, where they will 'remain until the gentleman builds a house next spring. J I’M ted Off. —Wednesday evening last when the southbound mail train pulled up at Mint Spring a ■colored man named “Geneus” Baker got ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 1 October 1884

IT STILL WAVES. GREENVILLE BAE^EE, ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. Published Every Wednesday Morning —AT— Greenville, Augusta County, Va. I. B. BURWELL, Editor and Owner. Siiil>*<-ri|»tioii KCatoN sind Toi’iiin: SI.OO a Year: (» Months. (10 cts. \o iloiioy. Itsuinei*! Usilos ami Terms: I wk 4 wks :i inos (I mos 1•I mod 1 inoli, $ 3(1 $ I $ I 30 $ >3O $ t •> inches, 73 130 “30 4 0 .4 indies, I 30 4 (! S 4'., “ 130 4 (i 8 13 0 indies, 12 30 (! S 13 411 IHindics, 4 8 13 40 30 Transient mis payable in advance. Ads forOorl ’J months quarterly in advance. Reading notices 3 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $ I 30, cash. Professional cards a year. cash. Positively no deviation from the above. What Is Heaven? “What is Heaven?” I asked a little child: “All joy!” and in her innocence she smiled. 1 asked the aged, with her care oppressed; “All suffering o’er, Oh! Heaven, at last, is rest!” 1 asked a maiden,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 1 October 1884

it, I’m going to talk to you ever so often. Won’t it be find But where was I? Dear me, how stupid! Oh, I know, .Miss Blake. Well, she has just sent me the loveliest' ” Ih j re Clarkson muttered “Old OrufTs coming,” and knowing he, would ask an explanation of my Bending the telephone messages, I Was obliged to abruptly interrupt: must go now”—l had almost said "my darling. Tell me the rest (his evening.” ü ßut. 1 lorly!” 1 heard in a grievbd little voice; but Mr. Gruflland's footsteps Were too near, and I hung bp the receiver upside down, and hurried back to my desk. Ai 1 day 1 worked iu nervous desperation. Would she try to resume the conversation? Every time the bell rang I glanced at Clarkson. The thought that it might be her voice whispering in his great red ear covered me with cold perspiration. The fear that in Mr. Gruflland's hearing I might be called upon to answer some of her chat ter was still worse. 1 must make up my mind that I must make Agues understand that very night t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 1 October 1884

/ > KKAT EXCITEMENT V W In Siiumlon-’ tot Mental 111 Uni «. (/.•(« . i/.v.s .i r GLADKE’S tfciv Cost Suit? is over; still we cry the Summer Gmtds Must Go. We itiv Intnml to sell them ill any price. Splendid calicoes at -I cents! All styles ( ginghams nt 5 cents! Handsome satleciis at I."> cents, really worth 25e! Stun out' Silk#, all shades, at .£•>., We have a few more of those beautiful Leno Dress Goods worth !l.> and 40 cents. We | will sell choice of 20 different styles for 25c. ; Come and sec (hem. Linen Lawnft at a Great sacrifice. India Linen worth 40c we offer at 21c. It will pay anybody that wants goods to come in and see our Goods and Trices! We have 20 different colors of Julsard’a _ Best Hunting worth 30c which we will sell Fat 10 are now receiving our 1- A- L L—(i -()-(>-D-S, -( lone more room, mi come and take away, and oblige. H^Liect fully, 0. A. GLADKE. —We are now displaying the liamlline of samples represent i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 8 October 1884

4 4 CALL AND SEE GEORGE PFORR, THE LEADING TOBACCONIST, - - 20 MAIN STREET, A I | ft ® * I ►- « I a* I I at 2 SL£ ! 3£f #_TIJ GREENVILLE'^^BANNTmji OXE DOLLAR A YKAU. VOL 111. Look.—Old papers, excellent for wrapping purposes, for sale at this office. Price 25 cents per 100. Opening. —Our lady readers will be interested in the statement that an opening of fall and winter millinery at Mrs. J. L. Palmer’s will be held on Friday and Saturday this week. Another. — Our townsman Marlin L. Snyder, Esq., is building a new house on his lot in new Greenville. lie is the head of the squad of men on this section of the VaL ley Railroad and a good citizen. Glad to have him locate permanently with us. Changed Day,— Our valued exchange the Staunton “Spectator” has changed its publication day to Wednesday from Tuesday, one day later. By this arrangement they are enabled to give more late news and the market reports, something they could not do by going to press Monday night. It will be some litile ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 8 October 1884

id? STII'Ia WATfiS. GREEN VILL I? BAIiTIsrER ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1 '92. Published Every Wednesday .Morning —AT—• Greenville, Augusta County, Va. Sitbseription ’tales ami Terms: SI.OO a Year ; (J Months, 00 rts. ><» Money, Ao llanner! Advertising States and Terms: I wk I wks 3 mos (! nios Hmoa 1 inch, SSO $ 1 $ I *aso * t :1 inches, 75 150 :l 50 1 3 inches, 1 250 I 0 4’.; “ 150 4 0 H 15 9 inches, 950 (> S 15 40 Ib’inchcs, 4 8 15 30 .>0 Transient ads payable in advance. Ads-for Oortmonths quarterly in advance. Reading notices 5 cents a line ( ach time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements f'oroßicc f I ->O, cash. I’rofessional cards if'l a year, cash. I’ositivelv no deviation from the above. The (Jil ls of (he Present Day. Oil, the girls of the present day! Girls with (he friz and bang, Intermingling all they say With tin- most horrid slang. They go to “rackets,”‘‘fill the bill,” And “brace” papa for “cash;” And nowada...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 8 October 1884

tressed and apologetic, and Agnes was persuaded not to hurry away, and old Gruff relented and I got (he promotion in due time, but J never could endure the sight ol that cherubic boy. I verily believe that the box 1 bestowed upon him was his only punishment, and rejoice to think it was such a stinger. If this story has a moral, it is a short one. The more innocent and guileless a boy looks the less is he to be trusted. Mol a Model Witness. “Do you know the prisoner well?” asked the attorney. “I never knew him sick,” replied the witness. “No levity. Now, sir, did you over see the prisoner at the bar?” the lawyer said sternly. “Took many a drink with him at the bar.” “Answer my question, sir. How long have known the prisoner?” yelled the lawyer. “From two feet up to five feet ten inches.” “Will the court make the—” “I have, jedge; 1 have answered the question. I knovved (he pris oner when he was a boy two feet long and a man five feet ten,” said the witness, anticipating the lawyer. “...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 8 October 1884

/ 1 j;F,AT EXCITEMENT VI Jn Staunton! Great Mml Id Un! BARGAINS AT (tLADKE’S I Our Oust Sale is over; still wc cry the Summer Goods Must Go. We are hound to sell them at any price. | Splendid calicoes at 4 cents! All styles ginghams at 5 cents! Handsome sat* teens at 15 cents, really worth :25c! Summer Si Iks, all shades, at fiic. We have a few more of those beautiful Loiin Dress Goods worth 115 and 40 cents. We will sell choice of !20 different styles for :25c. * Come and see them. Linen Lamis at a, Great sacrifice. I India Linen worth (Oe we oiler at :21c. It will pay anybody that wants goods to come in and see our Hoods and Prices! E We have :20 different colors of .Tulsard’s Hunting worth 30c which we will sell 10 cents! receiving our IISK-I A 1. I, coni) S. have limn- room. <■> come ami lake i'. s away, and oblige. folly. ■■■■■HU. an non dl'idayina lie' liandof~ain 11 les re 11 resell I i 11g all I, i lid - \er bronghl to 11, i~ niarkel. 11 ! ■ to I and se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 15 October 1884

4 4 CALL AND SF.K GEORGE PFORR, TDK LEADING TOBACCONIST, —2U 31A1 V STREET, STAUNTON,. VA.. 1 1 4> N .* , V <* S a o *© s © 5 5! 2 ! e u m •■ci) i a = * 8 M j" St -0 ayt Pi GREEN VILLE’^.BANNEB. ONE HOLLAR A YEAR. vol. i n. For gum boots or shoes go to W. j N. Clemmer, Staunton, Va. Enlarged.—Our exchange the Highland “Recorder" has enlarged, from a seven to an eight-column 1 sheet, and uses a “patent outside, i A very good paper. Speaking. —We notice the np-1 pointment of Jacob Yost. Esq., the Republican candidate for Congress iujjpft, vhc f IMh. ut GrertT-y vUle on October 23d. Painting.— Our home painters, Fitch J: Reiser, are engaged paint- j ing the new Baptist church. \\ hen finished this will be a valuable ac- , quisition to our thriving little town. Mr. Ai rev and his assistants made a good job of the carpenter work. | Elections.—On yesterday elec- j tions were held m Ohio and West | Virginia. Both great parties have j been claiming (hese States, and un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 15 October 1884

IT ST1I.I« WAVES, GREENVILLE BAIETIELBIR, ESTABLISHED JUNE 9, 1882. rubllshcd Every "Wednesday Morning —AT — Greenville, Augusta County, Va. Niibsrriplion ISsilos ;iml ’l'orin**: 91.00 n Year; « Months, GO cts. Money, Manner! Advertising ICntes and Terms: I wk 4 wks 3mos fi mos 12 mos 1 inch, $ r>o $ 1 $ 1 :>0 if 2 r,O $ 4 2 inches, 75 150 250 4 3 inches, 1 250 4 0 4 1 j “ 150 4 0 H 15 9 inches, 250 0 H 1•> 40 IBmches, 4, 15 40 50 transient ads payable in advance. Ads fortiori 2 months quarterly in advance. Reading notices 5 cents a line each time. Foreign ads cash in advance. Short announcements for office $1 50, cash. Professional cards $2 a year, cash. Positively no deviation from the above. His Riches. Poor! did you call me? My wants are but few, And generous Nature Gives me more than my due; The air and the sunshine, Fresh water and health, And heart to enjoy them— All these are my wealth. My wealth is substantial. Although in the mart 1 cannot ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Greenville Banner — 15 October 1884

Fashion. Jet ted braids appear among dross trimmings. No heels on the shoes and lull gathered skirts are coming in again. Belts and sashes tied at one side are much in favor. Satin corsets are easier to wear than those of coutil. Braids of all kinds are much used for dress decorations. Foulards are the favorite wear of children lor fall dresses. Jackets of ribbed velvet or velveteen are correct tor fall wear. Handkerchiefs with fancy colored borders remain in high favor. Stout women appear better in gathered skirts than in tight gored ones. Colored jerseys are still worn with skirts that match or in contrast. Silver braid in rows and rings are the stylish trimming for black cashmere dresses. The casaquin bodice is coming in favor. It is made in the same way as the Parisian blouse—that is shirred at the waist, front and back, and fastened around the waist with a silk cord. When the fall traveling dress is not of gray mohair it is preferred of biscuit or mushroom colored light wool, a...

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