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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 July 1880

t^Y' by f, 'i A 1 •W-t, NEWS-NOTES. —Washington has a population of 140, 000. —The Oregon legislature elect is re­ publican in both branches. —The official figures will give Minne­ apolis a population of 46.377. —J. Frailc.y Smith, one of the directors of the North Pacific, died this week. —Blaine is the name of anew town in the west. It has just been laid out. —Appeal is still being made for the re­ lief of the starving poor of Ireland. —The Boston Herald accuses Finley of writing Tildcn'e letter of declination. —A tramp was recently nearly frozen being locked in a refrigerator car. —A federal judge was shot and killed while on the bench in Texas last week. —Gen. Sutor, the discoverer of gold in California, died in Washington on the 18th alt. —Yale College conferred the honorary degree of doctor of law on President Hayes yes­ terday. —The battle of the Tight'uns, as the New ark Commercial Advertiser remarks of the Cincinnati convention. —A son of Senator Morton, whom the senate fai...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 July 1880

WbSS A Co., te«»p»per »dT®rti«iin«r ««»nta in- Omimjui ttt. Vm Vork tri AotboriMd to &uk6 cntnoto for thia paper at cmr loweet xatee. A flla of paper may aeen at the New Yort office. CJhas. 5! Miller *Ck).,new^per advertiiOng a«entj. rmhnnn building), thicago, Ul., yre authorised agsnts to contract advertising for this paps at oar lowwt ratee. OFFICIAL PgtEOTOBY. OOUBTOLTICUMTHIBD JTOICUJIDISTBICT. JUDO*—A. H. BUMS,Fargo, D. T. hnnier Amsm-J. A. Btoyell, BUmarck. OunK.—E. n. oonr. Bismarck. DisrCTy. U.S. Alex McKenxie, Biamuck. v. B. omoitxs. E. B. Kirk, Oapt., A. Q. M. U. 8. A., Depot Q. M. (too. 8 OrloMjlst l«ietit. ofloer in cfuurgt U.fcJ.Mll.TeL •Tlf. Brown, Bec«iT«r U. S. Land office, htw llaator. Better, V. 8. Land office. O. A. Iiounaberry, Poetmaater. rjiM JL Oaihman. Depute Collector D. 8. Customs. Crank P. Brown. Depniy Collector Internal Berenae. E.N.Corey, U.S.Ooamteloner. COUNT* OMOUU. DOUXTX Quu *SD IUVXSTCB or DSEDB.—John H. Bicharda. BxBirr.—Alexander HcKeatie. O...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 July 1880

V, l« /i :fci «v 1 sH |v «C -x\W •QXB HIDDEN TREASURE. Ilntheearijr days dM Wijrstand— I«nl of the harvest came, »n4, In my hand Placing this lamp, said: "Lo, within the land A lavish treasure seek, andthou shalt find." With trembling na&d thelittle lamp shield, Searching witk eager,eyes tiuoogh all the Add— The task seems hopeless. Will it ever vleld The lookedrtor treasure to my heart and mind? The reapers, singing, prees on either side. The fields of golden grain spread broad and wide. "We feed the hungry .* that one passing cried. I shield my little laia9 and trembling stand I dare net think of those that cry for bread— Prom Reaming of the scythes I torn my head. They mode me now, bet shall be glad instead When I the treasure and hid In the land. Somesport upon the borders of the field. Plucking the fiowesatheirsonny path doth yield They strive, in sport, to break the lamp I shield. Laughing with.snnny tyos and dimpling cheek. And now again I hear the reapers* song With glow...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 July 1880

fc I: wTv'' $btlH*matxli tribune. BY C. A. LOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WEKKLT, On# Year, $2 BO Six Months, 180 a.W. Three Months 75 ADVERTISING RATES. rLocal and foreign business notices. 10 cents er line, of Nonpareil tjpe, each insertion. Ten ines to the inch. ^Professional eards, four lines or less, $10 •per annum. ,. ,,, Advertisements in column of '"Wants, For Sale," "For Rent,""1 etc., 10 cents per line each &a«ertion. 4 Legal notices nt regular statute rates. Original poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply idvertiaing rate card. •tthis office or send for ac RELIGIOUS SERVICES. JM»*H»DI8T CHURCH.—Services every Sunday at the City Hail, at 11 a, a and p. m. Sunday school immediately after morning service. Praver meeting every Thars lay evening at 7:80" p., m. J- M. BULL, Pastor. iPassBTTERiAN CHURCH.—Sunday service at 11 a. m.and 8:00p. m., St. Paul time. All are in­ vited seats free. Sunday school immediately aftc* morning service. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 July 1880

'•'V y-v:v*." $\ custkr W~5?'V"sf„) Wood, S. F. Goff, Robert Kenyon, Alex Thompson, A. D. Tiask and Albert Gar. Upon the departure of the troops tioin the Hills on the 16th day of November suc­ ceeding, the miners leaving en masse, their numbers being largely augmented by new gold seekers the town rapidly grew. A chaotic and distinguished state of society existed, personal interests, clashed the title to town lots occasioning the greatest disturbance. To the end that these dif­ ferences might be rightly adjusted, a meet­ ing was called by the leadiug citizens to -be held on Jan 1st, 1876, when a reorgan­ ization of the town was effected the name of Custer City being retained. During the fore part of 1876 the influx of miners was so great that the population num bered at least 6,000. It becoming appar­ ent thai the town laws in force up to this time were inadequate to the wants of such a large community another meeting of the citizens was called the interests of the people were most ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 July 1880

,r FRIENDS OF LONG AGO. When I sit to the twilight gloaming, And the busy streets grow still, I dream of the wide, green meadows. And the old house on the hilL I can-bee the roses blooming About the doorway low, Aeain my heart gives greeting: To»tbe friends of lone ago— Dear long ago! I can-see my mother sitting, '-'.v Witn life's snowflakes in her hair, And she smiles above her knitting, And her face is saintly fair. And I see my father reading From the Bible on his knee, And- again I hear him praying As he used to pray for me— So long ago! I see all the dear old faces Of the boys and girls at home, As I saw them in the dear old days Before we learned to roam. And I sing the old songs over With the friends I used to know. Ami my heart forgets its sorrows In its dream of long ago! Dear long ago! How widely our feet have wandered From our old home's tender ties, Some are beyond the ocean. And some are beyond the skies. Hy heart grows sad with thinking, Of the friends I used to know P...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 July 1880

MISS ELIZA'S LAST SCHOOL. .'•f "Esquire Mason, from ttfr Centre, has just driven into the yard," said Mrs. Bea /con Carpenter to her old maid daughter, Miss Eliza, who was at thai, moment '..' standing by the kitchen cooking table, deitly and energetically moulding bread. Hark? Jane has gone to the door per I!' haps he wants her to take »ne of the town schools he is chairman of the new school board, you know. No, he is ask­ ing for you. Mtty be he wants a wife, fee is a widower, you are aware, doubt­ less," added the mother, with a teazing kugh, for only the yet fair, as well as rffrank, capable Miss Eliza herself could tell how many widowers had come to her for consolation, and had been sent pre emptorily on their way. '•He won't be likely to call more than once," responded MiBs Eliza, as she pro­ ceeded to wash her hands, take off her kitchen apron, roll down her sleeves over her plump arms, and fresh and dainty in her pretty ruffled wrapper, she entered the well Furnished sitting...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 2 July 1880

£%is -Sal4'' *£$£, St k* V' *:,•. WM'i hi LOCAL, LEAVES. -,, 1 fh% ^VMFB Frm the Tribune Reporter's l'\ •. Note-Book. Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. Joe Deitrich has the finest stable in the Don't "forget Saturday's grand xcnr sitn. Colter, the expressman, has a beautiful ew wagon. John A. Stojell has a splendid piece of eon on his Apple Creek farm. The Dakota division coaches have ar rived for Saturday's excursion. Lewis Connelly's herd of 250 cows ar rtved on Tuesday from Minnesota. Mr. Austin, of Vermillion, will survey /the eight townships over the river. Several Bismarckers will attend the ..Fourth of July races at Deadwood. Farmer Downs, of Apple Creek, has squash vines running over five feet. You can subdue all choleric diseases by the use of Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic. Fresh vegetables are in the market twelve hundred miles up the river, at Benton. No city ot Bismarck's size can boast as good Toads and as many fast roadsters as this oily. As an experiment, Mr. J. P. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 July 1880

I VOL* VIII. I If NEWS-NOTES. —Gen. Singleton has been Anthony by Father Hennepin, who named them after his patron saint, was one of the largest af­ fairs ever held in Minnesota. Gen. Sherman and Secretary Ramsey were among the guests. Hon. C. K. Davis delivered the address. —A. DeLacy "Wood, who planned the Minnesota editorial excursion last August, is ar­ ranging for another this season. It will leave Aliuncapoliu after a banquet at the Is'icttllct House and proceed to St. Louis via Burlington at which.point they will stop and have some fun with Bob Burdett, the humoristof the Hawkeye. —County Treasurer Robt. Neil, Dead wood, was forced to reaign under charges and is now being tried for embezzlement, forgery, mal­ feasance in office, etc. The jury in his ca-e are Wm. Bard, John Manquin, J. D. Woolley, F. Vanocker, F. T. Confor. h, A. W. Merrick, Thos. llaulev, Archie McCnrdy, John Rowland, Ed Whitehead, Dr. Boles and R. It. Lowe. —The new elevator built for the New York, Lake Erie...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 July 1880

"DOGWOOD BITTERS." One day, about two years after "the surrender," there stood on the sidewalk of a large town in Virgina a negro school­ girl) swinging her satchel, twirling on her heel and tossing ner head, coquetting airly„with a mulatto boy about her own ^Presently there came walking feebly and slowly down the strees an old lady whose counteaance bore the traces of sorrow as well as of years. The hair was parted on the forehead and the pale face was framed in crape. As Mrs. Darring approached the^ rest of our dramatist personam, the girl with a loud laugh and an elaborate air of not seeing her, swung her satchel round and struck the old lady a sharp blow on the breast. The dead hands of her boys must have been lifted in the grave at this afiront to their mother but they were powerless, and she powerless as they. "Didn't go to hu't you," said the girl carelessly to Mrs.JDarring—"An' so Mr. Simpkins, you excuse me of being a wuss flirt an' you is." The boy was embarrassed and made...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 July 1880

w** 1 EUGENIE'SLASTDAY IN PARIS. When, on that terrible 4th of Septem­ ber, the mob forced its way into the Pal­ ais Bourbon, personal and quelled legal opposi­ tion by tumult, it became evident to the Ministers of the Crown that all was lost, and that the next thing was to insure the safety of the Empress. At two the Princess Clothilde came to say good by to her cousin—she was to leave Paris the tollowing day. From time to time the gallant General Millinet came to ask his Imperial mistress if it were not beat to repel by force the mob that was al­ ready surging at the very gates of the palace. The Empress expressly forbade any violence to be used. At 3:30 M. Pietxi opened the door and said in a low, earnest voice, "Madam, you have only just time!" "Make haste, Madame, oh, make haste!'' exclaimed at the same mo­ ment Prince Metternich and the Cheva­ lier Nigra, who had been watching the movements of the mob below from the window. The Empress went hurriedly into her bedroom, put on a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 July 1880

\fjf-5 TOTS 'i -v -H Ir* 1 if] ®lje $idntarth tribune. BY C. A. kOUNSBERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WEEKLV, One Year, $2 50 41 Six Mouths,' 1 5JJ Three jSe&t'hs r- v, £.75 .' -t ADVERTISING RATES. local nnd foreign.. business notice's, 10 cents per line, of Npnparefl Type, each insert-ion. "un lines to tins iiipli An Professional cards, four Hues or less, $10 per annum. Adv rfisement« in column of "Wants, "Jbor Hale." "-For Rent,''etc., 10 cents per fine each ^insertion. Letrnl notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry $t per line. For cou tract rates of display advertising apply at this office or send f«radv»rtisi.ng rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. ISIBTH CMUKCW.—frcn-it'es'-every Sunday at tfce Citv Hall, at 11 a. and? p. in. Sunday school" immediately. alV-r morning service Pravor meeting.every '4y vveniiig at 7.aW p. ni. J. M. "-J£ui&, Pastor. i'PitESHrTKniAN OuDRen.—SseumT*? ewnrioe .at 11 a. in.and 8 0!) p. in., St. I'au.l it£:n.Vi. -All .tu'-e in­ vited sea...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 July 1880

A WHY IS THIS THUS? AN INVESTIGATION AT STAND­ ING- MOCK AGENCY WAN-TED* ronton Agent Stephan and Gen. Car­ lin in a Dark Cloud that Must be Cleared Away—Suggestive of Blackmail* THE TROUBLE Upon the arrival of the Rose Bud at Fort Yates a lieutenant rushed on the boat and said that he was very sorry to tell them (the exc ursionists) that all white people had been ordered away from the Indian camp, and that agent Stephan had ordered the dance to stop. This remark of course brought down showers of curses on Father Stephan, as many had come down on purpose to see the great "sun dance." The lieutenant said further that Gen. Carl in would have had ambulances, etc., in readiness to convey the whole party over to the camp but for this order, which excluded the military. From the same lieutenant it was learned that Father Stephan was an bid dirty Catholic Dutchman that he did not have a friend in'the post that he had ordered the dance stopped just to be mean that if the mil­ itary were rem...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 July 1880

TRIBUNE AGENTS. Mr. J. H. Bates, nswspaper jMrertiiiing «t Park Bow (Times boildiac) Sew York, ruftiww ixuuoo uuuuui§ ^T1 to contract for Adrertisemeiito in THI TBIBUM, our lowest rates. Geo. P. Bowell Co..oew»paper adyerti^yg 10 Spruce St., New York are authorized to make contracts for this paper at oar lwert rates. A file of this paper may be teen at the New York office. Chas. K. Miller A Co., newspaper advertising agentoL (Tribune building), Chicago, 111., »re authorized agent* to contract advertising for this pape at oar lowest rates. OFFICIAL DIBECTOBY. COOBT OFFICIALS THIED JUDICIAL DISTRICT. JUDGE.—A. H. Barnea,Fargo,D. T. DISTBICT ATTOHSKT.—J. A. Htoyell, Bismarck. OMSBK.—E. N. Corey, Bismarck. DEPUTY. U. S. MAUBWAT..—Alex McKenzie, Bismarck. V. s. OFFICIALS. B. B. Kirk, Oapt., A. Q. M. U. S. A., Depot Q. M. Qeo. 8 Grimes, 1st Lieut, officer in charge U.d.Mll.Tel. E. H. Brown, Beceiver li. S, Land office. Peter Mantor, Register, D. S. Land office. C. A. Lounsberry, Postmaste...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 July 1880

'#k w% P,(R?9 1 5 f^S*' 'J C'" .- ENDUROlCE. How much the heart may bear and yet not break. How much the soul may suffer and not die! I question much if any pain or ache Of soul or body brings our end more nigh. Death chooses his own time.ti)l that has come All evils may be boine. We shrink and shudder at the surgeon's knife, Each nerve reeoiling from the cruel steel Whose edge seems searching for the quiver­ ing life Yet to our sense the bitter pangs reveal That still, although the trembling flesh be torn, This also can be borne. V" We see a sorrow rising in our way. And try to flee from the approaching ill We seek some small escape, we weep and .A pray, But when the blow falls, then our hearts are still— Not that the pain is of its sharpness shorn, But yet it can be borne. We wind our life about anotner life We hold it closer, dearer than our own Anon it faints and falls in deadly strife. Leaving us stunned, and stricken and alone But, oh, we do not die with those we mourn This, a...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 9 July 1880

Mi s- m'^ -wwv ,VM' t: -vc LOCAL, LEAVES. •. T«ra From the Tribune Reporter's Note-Book. Hot! hotter! hottest! Dunn & Co., druggists, 92 Main street. Have you tried Charley Williams' con­ versation water Dr. Porter has a very neat store adjoin ing Justus Bragg's, for tent. In quality, purity and flavor Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic is unsurpassed. It lias no equal. Five Chinamen have been added to the colony on Third street, making a good sized laundry. The postoffice at Fort Peck, Montana, has been discontinued, the postmaster having failed to qualify. Apple creek grove has obtained a celeb­ rity for itself, and will hereafter be the popular resort for pic-nicers. ium Emmons has re-fitted, renovated -and replenished his daisy cigar store. It js»one of the neatest in the line. Another large train belonging to the transportation company arrived Wednes­ day evening from the Black Hills. It is said that Prof. Denton is a strong spiritualist and that he has written up the Bad Lands for the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1880

w\*m ftf''*'. \ry\y now an Mr r: Pi & *to*S*V "^/^v ts. VOL. Yin. -V NEWS-NOTES. —Gen. Graut. is in Mexico. —Gen. Hancock will not resign unless he ie elected president. —Grant says Hancock's record is good "batthat ol his party bad. —Peru and Bolivia have consolidated under name U. S. of Bolivia and Peru. —Col. Pelton, of cypher dispatch fame, lias been gathered with the fathers. —Gen Geo. A. Forsyth, of Gen. Sheri­ dan's staff, is investigating the White river mas­ sacre. —Gen. C. C. Andrews and ex-Gov. W. !R. Marshall are now the proprietors of the St. Paul Dispatch. —Ulysses S. Grant, Jr., will be married to Miss Jennie Flood, daughter of the bonanza millionaire, in November next. —Maj. Chas.A. Smith, of the army, is inma'.e of the hospital at Fort Leaven­ worth where he is treated for insanity. —Rochfort's new journal, L'lntransi guete, sold 196,000 copies of first issue. Itoch i'ort declares he intends to demolish Gambetta. —The vole in the first Minnesota dis­ trict in 18...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1880

&••• *& i! '$4 Soctor, '^T- 5 4 1 £~$JV,/' 6' THE DOCTOR'S WATCHMAN. Tell you what, doctor youH be get­ ting robbed and murdered one of these, days you -will, upon my word! "Hardly, my boy. You ought to blow, by this time, that it's the province of us doctors to kill other people, not to be killed ourselves." And, with a thick chuckle at his own wit, Dr. John Hunter Bistoury settled himself comfortably ni his ohair, and began to peel his third orange as carefully as if he were taking off a limb. "When the doctor first came to New York, thirty years before, he had been in no way burdened with riches but his face had proved his fortune in a dif­ ferent sense from that of the over-candid milkmaid in the song. The mere sight of that round, florid, jovial visage, in every crease of which a Joke or a good 8tory seemed to be lurking, was a cor­ dial in itself, and appeared capable^ of reviving the mosft hopeless invalid ^with­ out the aid of medicine at all. Mindful of the human we...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1880

4?. pi FARM AND GABDE3T. BIRDS.—The wanton destruction of in sectiyorous birds is finding natural result in the increase of the pests of the farm and garden, and the very things our fathers cultivated with the least trouble and absolute certsunty now cause the greatest amount of labor, and can only be raised by extreme care and in­ creasing watchfulness. "Eternal vigilance has become the price of cabbages and potatoes. The garden is swarming with vermin, and the fields are overran with bugs. Ih^ birds, whose business is keeping within bounds insects noxious to vegetable life and growth, have been destroyed, driven away, or at the best not encouraged, and we are paying dearly for cruelty and thoughtlessness. The old belief that birds were an in­ jury, and not a benefit, has been long exploded, and boys should be taught better than to indulge in their destruc­ tion. "Bob "White" never whistled cheer­ ily but he was doomed to destruction, and careful investigation (by means of dissecti...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck tribune. — 16 July 1880

Ha Sftst Mff I-.'aKv -, p^ br": Sbe fwmarck tribune. BY C. A. LOUN8BERRY. TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Wgmi, One Year, $2 50 Six Months. 1 50 Thrc5 Months —.. ,75 ADVERTISING RATES. Local and foreign business notices, 10 cents flier line, of Nonpareil type, each insertion. Ten Sines to the inch Professional cards, four lines or less, $10 iper annum. Advertisements in column of "Wants, or Sale," "For Rent," etc., 10 cents per line each Insertion. Legal notices at regular statute rates. Original poetry $1 per line. For contract rates of display advertising apply at this office or send for advertising rate card. RELIGIOUS SERVICES. 3I'ETn«DisT CHURCH.—Services every Sunday 8t the City Hall,.at 11 a. and 7 p. m. Hnnday school immediately after morning service. Praver meeting every Thurs.iay evening at 7.80,p. m. 3. M. BULL, Pastor. ^JWSBVTERIAN CHUBSH.—Sunday service at 11 a. m.and 8:00 p. m-,St. Paul time. All are in­ vited seats iree- Sunday school immediately aftc1" morning c-ervtce- ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune
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