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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 April 1882

- * 771 DOTEDJ TO POITIS, MORALITY, EDUOATION AND TO TfE GENERAL INTERERT OF THER 00UTRT. By . F. BRADLEY & 00. .............X.. N O 30..... , e4 XOXW ]faly-Btty a2d .7W! Nr.Eoand accept lgI ap. S r.Rotud in a printer. biouse hewM soeP. at~Onq rz will hold another exposi. ~a Ys year. Although the last one iedeto be a success, financially, it was P.- Bovzws, the new Public Printer, besides being a thorough business man, a practical and artistic printer by Wade. ________ __ WYvATox on the St. Lawrence was opened before the 1st of April-the shortest winter -ice-lock on A Nr&aexn FAws hackman died, the other day, whose estate is valued at Sw88,000-aid he was the poorest of them all. STATr~rxos of idiocy may be. compiled by ascertaining the number of persons who have paid money for Guiteau's autograph. IT s time for the report to start the rounds. 4iat the peach buds have been killed. However; it is only a question It of a few days. Taru seoent blizzard, extending from Southern D...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 April 1882

It v.11 1.50 per anm, for lix ents; strictly in advanice. e el inserli ( one dollar per one luck or lea for the fim? insertiop cents for reeh subsequent insertibn. to merchant. and other# I for six Manths or by the year. 0ijiary Notices and 2ibutes of 1eepeet )r as advertiements. ".A*ouncig Candida)jee dotlarsin adZo h &aeIn 4ttantio and aly Railroad. o inoed, and to astertain extent au Ed thatl proposition will soon be to aIttr the present route of the At a and French Broad Valley Railrond bbeville C. H. Certain wealthy' emen living below Abbeville, have 6 ti gtade an equal'nunibtr of miles 9n the ne* route to those already finished On the located line. The new line will run by Fort Pickens, thence by I he most direct. toe to Chiles' Cross Roads, crossing the Augusta and Knoxville at that point, thence *11dkIug the old line near Winier Sea in ."ofeld County. I is known tlit Ly this sWie the distance bet ween Abbeville C. I. an4 Edgefield C. H., will be shortened about four mile...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 April 1882

11"Vt~a~ beans piu$4 we bJId a Aog to t haSt 84dy. I& way t4. hdrophobla *~ ~ eat t0m ha t. Plyv. Kr. Nich, ehas- onsened to tAka., charge oft the Prebytejan burches at this Or Inel and Mount Pleasant, 'nd4- I1frimd4 with his family at We direct attention to advertise elt'of -M. 0. Winchester, whiei ppears in another column In this Wse. Mr. W. is a square man, and will'deal squarely with his custom ' .In the municipal election iP Cos lumbia labt week, tie Democrats niade a sweeping #ictory, electing their'Mayo by a vote of over two to lmen,and theentire board of Alder %nen. Woll done,Columbia. You have fired the first gun which will he re, cheioed from the mountains to the ..eaboard next November. The Piedmont Sundar School In atitute will convene with tho Enon Mptiste Church on daturday before the first Sunday in May, next, at 10 oclock, a. m. A full delegation from the various Sunday Schools thrplaghout the bounds of the Insti ate is requested. We hope to have present a large ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 13 April 1882

r I ~w~Ia w~entthe Therej ved Mau who . k And he was a W. drun he -t eoomxn," and he aoffie an by Sign I pAited Tom tow ite him To said he would do andtan Iian a sand paper. anA ;Wif a he wrote as Foown: rX MAr 00NGEN I' The hiis the di be i ? 041 of a ba ( ok46 &ahnenA"n ons, VO ,to any 6f his hat, break his yes, and maul the ever Tom Cuo." A took the paper, said %h T and marobed off to - Y~A~4e shops. He went in as the g around eating lunch, 16dt to a bi Irishman who had wrench in his hand. The it out loud to the boys, $o (C,*crow went for the Indian. The Maaled him with the monkey a bliamith tore his blanket ds the:Indian started to run, the -06d broke after him. He was about forty different sized yas many tin pails, in as nt places, doused with dirty n as he passed Tom's office he - worst looking, and the most ed Indian that ever was seen in .a, He shook his fist at Tom, and over the hill out of sight, and for days people who came into Omaha ithe West, told about seeing a re...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 April 1882

IY~ -i ,., DVOTED TO POLITICS, NQALITY, NDUCATION AND TO THE EIkNERAL INTERNT OF THE COUTRY. D , F. BRADLEY & 00 PI K- ~ iTHIURSDAY, APRIL 20,982 O .X O 1 .~ WV,1 .~a~aj u wa Ovier anold sow ts sotived at Liilngj Texs, lansit wek ) favor et the T ~R4dat. The costA were $54.80. lliam Smith, of North Carolina d his t~bitcco crop in Lynchburg, iW20or$0%,00 7694 hundred dollars worth of snuft ws old by a Outhbert, da., house the Atlanta and Chicago parties have or ganized a fertilizer company, the manu factory to be situated at Nashville. A sbark was caught near Tatmpa, Fla., he other day, -weighing 700 pounds. It had, when caught, seven rows of teeth. Col. Pratt, of the Palatka, Florida, Herald, says that alligator oil beats lard Sa)lhollow, and that alligator steaks beat the frogs of Paris. There are over half a million acres of land in Fulton county, Ga, the county in which Atlanta is situated, valued at only eight cente an acre. Atlanta Constitution: Fifty persons left-~ Rome fo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 April 1882

80 per HnuM, for siz etM etrictly is advec. UeAt tnerted *I one dollar per We isk or iessfor the firat insertion veines for seeh subeesWnt insertion. ieovount mads to merchants and others o aSnx months or by the year. Notices and Tributes of Rcepect r aertisements. uaeing Candidates Aee doUare, in ad The Extra Session. te q1estIO of ai extra se-slon of the AegsipIue, for the purpose of re-district, i4 to State,: is being pretty thoroughly * j giusid by the press of the State. The s!t.~ee te NewVe, Keoteee Courier, - Laureus 14 iqreald, Abbeville Press and Banner, So da Argue, Carollua Spartan, and several mer Journals are with the SENTINEL in op Vkpulion to the. extra session. We do not oppose the extra session wholly upon the jrounis of economy, but there are certain 'rolItial and const.itutional reasons which control us In our opposition. The political advantages that the advocntes of an extra session claim wonld be gained by redis trioting the State, would be more than counter ba...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 April 1882

411 Ptt h.Jines dp orn *QIon of this thInst. netdum oplaint onoenion of the pub. l)U aId4ngiron this place to 0,1)e, via Cedsr Rock. It 6 work bAtdly. n tirty five years old, who 114a1 the Ifeart t-f tihe Blue Ridge untain,9 in this CJounty, near the 41 Caroliina.line was in towr last hy, and mays he 'nQver saw a e shid in hi life. he cold anznp of last week Wits disastrous to the frnit, 1o) in 7ia'a, Michigan and othor States North. We havel hoard of no dam, - age In this Section. 'We direct attention to change or .ut~isemnot of MNossrs. MCM'thaln Guinn,OGeenvile 8. C. If any of ur ryaders should need anything n their hno we would advise them call and examine their stook, ben in Greenville, before making their puarclaHo. Buinv s -An infant child of Mr . A. Hester, aged six or seven months, foil into the fire last Week und ,1as serioIusy3 burned. The vliilu'had boon loft in front of the fire, tied in the chair to provent its falling out. By s8omo means it pitched over into the fire,...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 20 April 1882

atraotand aoiz- ti, At the settler shotd B, ncand sign an foi ama subscribe to the re- BI vi- The application do- sei land, and the affidavit sets m< respecting his age,' oti- ch He will then be required ca terand Receiver of the be vernment fee and that ki fMheonmMnaion which is yable bli whs e etry is made, agoo gtoi -Y O 8 tois ount Of land entered, being $14 th Oro r and $7 for 80 acr- ca When the applicant has settled on the e land he dir to enter, but is prevented Ib bodily infrmitty, distwnoe or other le cause from visiting the land of. ti in person, the affidavit may be made w betore the Olerk of the Oourt for the al conty within which the land is situ- w ated; and the affidavit, together with at the application an money, can be for- o wardeilto the Register and Receiver. Having selected and entered the land, ti he will be required to establish an act' a ual residence thereon within six months h< from the date of the entry, and that re idence must be continued without ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 April 1882

-li *; ?f ion .E. DEVOTED 7 0 POLITICS, XMALtY, DOATIOJ A'T* TEE VIENBBALATRTOFTEOUT. B, D. F BRADLY & CoPICKENS.- S. C., THURSoDAY, APRIL ,27, 1882. .VL I O 2 b".o burg bas sod near g' io of as oil hinoe the Wfnt own and left the ountry * 6~tilag with these peAte. wiel (Ga.) Sun: 0. L. Bowen, artwell, bas a rooster that was twen, e ars old JaApril. He brought ,th hiM fom South Carolina. tlanta Constitution: The. slave roperty of Georgia amounted to $34.1 00000 mre than the aggregate valua Of all her present taxable property. One thousand' eoven hundred and eIghty-nine oasks of spirits of turpen due and 8,982 barrelp of rosin have been Ahpped from Live Oak, Fla., since last August.Cbnlr Mr. Ctero Obandler, of Athens, drives a boree that was in Dahlgren's raid te Richmod, and the animal ham been shot three times. The horse doeb SW1 service now. W. R. Anro, of Orlardo, Fla., em ployed a negro boy to eat 1,000 orangep and save the eced. The boy eat ninety.. three oranges the first ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 April 1882

*' ftiso 0 per annum, for six cents; Slictly in advance. oeat# -tanerted at one dollar per ne juch or kesjbr the first insertion eegte for eaek tubseqent insertion. 1&kdise~wt.made to merchants and others istjfpr six months or by the year. O6stary N~oticme and Tributes of Respect alliaedfr as advertisements. -. 'Anouncig Candidates five -doUars, in ad Through Schedules, On the lot of May, through trains will be run from Charleston to Hendersonville, Greenville and Walhalla. The road from Seltoi to Greenville will be made a branch and the main line will be to Walhalla Inconsistoney. In the Elleton riot trials, Chief Justice Wati. ruled that the Government could not reject jurors by standing them aside. In the trial of Kane et. af. or the murder of Amos Ladd. Judge Bond made the same ruling. lie desired an acquittal in that case. But. when the election cases came up, a week after. he desired a conviction-and ruled that t. ie prosecution could reject jurors by making them stand asi...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 April 1882

been Sh f?!et f#W :,ke 1 Vb u~1 , a loudy d y with ,whieh, made fire. fee e a. generat complaint of atsity of cickens and butter I a I~ pltkoo, - ji oanotvote in any future etl t on unless you register. Rem-em 01. last SW-tardaty there was light i oig, thu ider, and conider able rain * h 011s place. Mr. R. A Child purposes erecting t I brik .law1offee on Main Street < hilke fall,I h Mliethodist -church will soon be coimpleted. It has boon very SuguQl inproved. 4k If. you want to Lret rich, mount a "Ole; Ieeause when you are on a iule you are better off. .R. H M. Allen and Miss Fan- t ie- H ewin were married at Central Brittion, by Rev. B. S. Gaines, on the 16th Iratant.' Uire. Lfydia Williams, W'fe of Mr. $t0mutnvilliams, died 'eudhtonly of 1p6plzy Itt her home, near this t Oaoe, about 3 o'clock P. M. on last t .Monday. We are glad to learn that Mr. P. MoD. Bruce, who has been prostra ted With fever, is gradually impro% ving. We hope to soon see him up atgain. APPOlNTMBNTs -The R...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 27 April 1882

-hb AA ooMV6yd to d , After 'you the dea fas atleast dui genare, with a. ' form of body and a hithetgn anifted type - bf mind. ter WV or two he begins to seem to u to a rather elever fellow, with Qtq hat are seldom observed to exist in a1 character otherwise excellent, but aE4*greeable man-in many respects. To a Oontenwnoe always expressive of a oettain :refinement, often of great beauty and almost never coarse, angular r hard, he joins a physiqne the thinnest and most attenuated over found com patible with locomotion and the oral control of a muscular system. legs are spindles, his arms much like flattened sticks somewhat enlarged at the artioula tions. Of stomach he usually has about as much as birds of the Urane species are remarkable for, and Is seldom dis posed to undue enlargement in the region of the waistband. His shoulders are thin and sharp, and if he stoops slightly, it need not necessaril be rp. garded as' an indication elhdr of scholarship or disease of the lungs. His c...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 May 1882

DEVOTED TO FO 08,-Sq MORALT JuvjATION AND TO THE 01 N A INT RESTO T"E NTRY B D RY .EY &0 CKENS S. C. TIURSDAY Y 4 1 82. .VOL. XI. NO. 3:3. 0' dsof thn. atanooga 7 ., e00 plt wortn I'It Ther ro et it pmsent in he NortbhCaroli peiltentiary, 124 of h m are white Uhd 862 are colored. -o' ge tree in-Orang county, Fla. jAbs"UTes six feet four inches in cir mference three feet .from the ground. 74; Atlanta merchant says one-fourth the corn coming into Georgia from hiie West is In a damaged sondition. The old Tallahasse gas-works were Old the past week for $50. They were abandoned at the commencement of the late -war.. The -Vicksburg and Ship Island and emphis and Vicksburg railroadsi have -been sold toa- I. T. Wilson & Co,, of New York, for 140),000. - A tract of good farming land w's sOld in Noxubce county, Miss., a1t. Sheriff's sale a few days ago for fifteen and twenty celts an acre. The Ohattanooga Times says the ne groes of that city' are accumulating property, and several of ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 May 1882

".1104 00 per anfnumf for Aix cents; ettrAcy in advtance. e nerted #I: one dollar per -One iUVA or'ese for the ret insertion cento .for each subsequent insertion. ibeidsount made to merchants and others eep'rding for six months or by the year. Ob#(uary Notice, and Tributes of Respect harged for as advertisemente. .Annowncing Candidates five dollars, in ad ano. We polIeve that all A terlonnis are true to Our torms of government. and that no mat. r who may wi! the offices, our liberties aud our protection in the pursuit. of life, libgrty and happiness is voucliuafed.-Ab. beville Press and Banner. Does our esteemedicontemporary believe 'that-the white people of this State were protected I in the pursuit of life, liberty and happiness" in the dayp of Scott, Moses and (Chambelain? L3 his memory so short. that he does not remcrber that in those days some neighborhood in the State was lighted up nearly every night in the weel by the glare of an incendiary fire? Has he forgotton how the bul...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 May 1882

fai "slyus"aro belaid for sps $isSummer a ning was nearly 0001 trost at this plao. a 1pag% yeat ad evary b4 hIr neighbors and friends a wu d repd the SUNTINhEL. 0e 10e4n"gros have oomnenced. hold tXds place. It T4QItI~td oEsq., of ng $. P. Cary Esq., of tis-place, has n chosen to deliver' the Alumni essof Adger College at Wal Iulte .a number of young ladies arogxpouted in Pickeni this sum% II ud the young men are smil ng. Mr. W. W. F. Beight le, at this Iot.Ice, on last Monday, the finest 'Lrawborry we have seen this sea bon. Hon. T. W. Tolloson honored oud tunotuni with his presence last Mon !ay. We are always glad to see you Doctor. Mr. D. W. Wigington informs us that the haid of last week did some damage in his (the Six Milpk) sece tion. Dr. T. W. Folger was in town a1t NJnday. ie attended the niceting of the Medical Association at, Spartanburg last week, and ox jproeses himsellfi as mnh pleased with what the Doctor's did. The State Medical Association met in Spartanburg laiit we...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 4 May 1882

be planned. iAlwart form, luI gooe, Ua sennarter Iad, so spruce. Wt* bazel in their hue, ralts dhesnit tint Iia-mou ger uttered locitst word% His t ne'er suolt of mint, Ile hAd a g for every palm, A tederp for mine; HoWi a pop lar with the girls, 06Yal for him d.d pine. 16 aid: "Oak careful be, my dear, Beech chatte and alwa. s good 'Tis little I kinow of thu worl, I'm booked up, buttonwood." He left me for the lesfy g''doq, And went by M:,no trunk -i o To Aiidroscoggin'o logging camtp, On chops to daily dine. I willow any one a debt Of gratitude If they Bring tidings of ny absent " mash," 1ow three long yoera away. How Beds Are litade BeaUt1tut. A great deal of decorative Color , now fashionab le for bed-coverings. Si k cov eings of embroidery or of rich damnasks are sed over the entire bed.. If a whito spread is preferred, it is bri htoned by 9 wsarf drapery, of rich' dar brocado that is thrown carelessly across the foot of the bed. The Japanese ombroidered quilts, and tho-so done...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 May 1882

OF I , .IA :44 DEVOTED TO POLITICS, MORALITY, MDUCATION AND T9 THE GENERAL INTURUT OF THE COUNTRY. By D. F. BRADLEY & 00 PICKENTHURSDAY, MAY 11, 1882. VOL. XI. NO. 4. 1~ ~m!~a~a~vu P800to simcude 0660. hais oslled the attention to t1e trpuble in Arizona. To Ar'appebranoes we sUd sadly n4e of a new and moro effective r#dlaan poliqy, &-8uonwraar ow STATa BrJAne holds that ti United States. in reponsible for the Chili-IPOu war. Poozi.CArTAn HowGATU I He is still lost. Marshal Henry had better increase that 500 reward to$600. Tun English aesthete will be enter. taned by Mr. Beecher at his Peekskill home in June. Two of anything make a pair. Tu English Government gives Prinoe Leopold $50,000 a year to support his new wife-a splendid salary for the work he does. THE Prince of Wales wrote in the au graph album of the historian, Banorof t, "Not ' Ours,' but yours truly, Albert Edward." A Nnw YoRn company is making ar rangements for heavy importations of ice from Norway the present y...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 May 1882

* - ~rdi~tor. or ubaritio, .50pe adn ,frsx ALM I ole11Ahe 15 cents; strictly in advance.I fetiements inserted al'one dollar perk eguars of one iuch or less for the first insertion opodkAfy cents for eaeh subsequent insertion. .10oral discount miade to merchants and others 4drtersingfor six muonmh, or by the year. Obstuary Notices and Tributes o f Respect chargedfour as asleerisement.-. .dee tnounisg Candidatte a e dollars, i ad ofpassing over the Clumbia and reednitle silroad east week we had an Opportunity of observing the condition of the wheat and oat crop along the road. We haigve never before seen such a magniicent crop, eseci a nly in Abbeville County, and If no disaster befalls It, there wlM be iar vested the largest smll gran' crop ever grown n this State. We noticed rust in one weld of oheat, but It Is thought that there will be no serious damage from his cause. We notice& quite a number of mow Ing machines at nearly every strtion along the roa-, without which it is sai...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 May 1882

1* a a9g btoe wULleo bepI6n It4 roturn tbieaks to SeOAtor j for Congr*el6Oik -avior* _ 4 aggetthe organIaatIon oa _4A9*hetto Olub" in Piokens. a nt3 itas lingerdd long In the Ing. A4 u-town croquet gt'ound is in "'Ing order again. a e6,1 i and ns are behaving bad- i The public debt has been further a aptain Jdk is a good Indian. 7 e Is dead. The. carpenters of Philadelphia o on a strike. A corner in cotton is reported; a uit may be a 1i0. hanlan remains the champion tower ot the world. Oh, how lovely it is to gather 1 "eweet shrubs" with -your sweet,. The legal tre4ornity of Pickens have been quite busy for the last Woek. Miss Holmes of Pendleton, is Visiting the fWmily ot Major J. J. Lewis of this place. The Y. M. 0. A. has changed its hour of. meeting to 5 o'clock in the afternoon 70seph was eommitted to jail on last Tuesday for carrying voncealei weapons. These cold mornings are making the farmers look gruin and their cottonyellow It is generally thought. that the outlook for a f...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 11 May 1882

oo han mtdat th heap, , *dasleep* the speratelf Mup traitor-A~ himnself . thW 1 pinhed him up a bee, and in a CuP wine, su and sank bit wha do ou t nkI did ?-IrankhimP iktI thought hia dead. Not hel b$ lives with ten13 fold glee. bow this moment, with his winp eat him tickling my heart strings -Letdh Hunt, a TRE ILIGRATION OF BIRDS. RS-aakble swiftness of Dirds on the 1 Wingr.p ILondon Standard.j Familiar as the migration of birds is to a us, there is perhaps no question in zool ogy more obscure. The long flights I they take and the unerring certamty C with which they wing their way between the most distant places, arriving and do- I 3 parting in the same period, year after - year, are points in the history of birds of passage as mysterious as they are in teresting. We know that most migrants By after sundown, though, many of them select a moonlight night to cross the Mediterranean. But that their meteor ological instinct is not unerring is yet proved by the fact that thousands are ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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