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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1883.
BY~DEININGER & BUMILLER.
—A. J. Harter—Leather.
—Read Maucks' new advertisemeiit.
—Journal Store—Books & Station
—M. Ulrich. Jr.—Crockery & Hard
-E. Luse & Son—Planing Mill
- Deininger & Musser--Marble
—Hon. W. K. Alexander—Political
—Dinges, Vonada & Co.,—Geueral
—Win. T. Mauck & Son—Furniture
•<Jt Wall Paper.
—Tuesday morniug we had the first
ice of the season.
—lt will pay you to bify your furni
ture of Mauck & 8011. Try it!
—Pike Boss Cook H übler has filled
lip the mud lake on Maiu Street.
—Smith's German Olio coutinues to
•meet with unprecedented success.
Snook's brickmakers liave been
'much detained latterly by bad weath
—How is it about that elder ? Are
you going to bring the printer a bar
—Hon. W. K. Alexander is busy as a
beaver working up the North Carolina
—Twenty bushels of winter apples
wanted in pajmeutof subscription for
—The Daniel Kreamer farm was bid
up to $67.50, at the sale on Saturday,
but was not sold.
—Mr. R)bert Hunter, the father of
Hon. B. F. Hunter, is ninety years old
hnd still in the enjoyment of good
—lt takes eight full-grown Watson-
Ifcown hunters to shoot one deer. Up
this way one hunter often does better
—P. N. Ginter, Esq., of Lewisburg,
was here last week ou business for the
East Lewisburg Planing Mill. He is a
igentlemau, every inch.
—The weather alternates now be
tween beautiful sunshine, disagreeable
raius and raw, cold winds —enough va-
Yiety to suit all classes.
—Piof. John A. Itobb, Superintend
ent of the public schools of Lock Ha
ven, has abolished the "recess" system
"With good results, as he thinks.
—Abs. Harter is a real lucky chap.
Not only is he the boss oats farmer but
•also the premium fruit grower. He has
* hundred bushels of fine Baldwin win
ter apples for sale.
—J. R. Wolfe, administrator, will a
gaiu offer the valuable real estate of
Yhe late Thomas Wolfe, in Miles town
ship, at public sale, Nov. 15th. See
uotice in another columu.
—Mr. Henry Bolliuger 6ends us a
'copy of the Dakota Journal , a new pa
mper just started at Bridge water, Dako
ta, where Mr. B. resides. The paper is
Yeadable and spicy. Thanks.
—The West Chester ViUage Reobrd
now sports a cornstalk seventeen feet
tliree inches high. That beats J >hn
Orudorf's big stalk at the JOURNAL
Office by two feet two Idches. Next.
—lf you don't know what the word
"fuss" means just hire about half a doz
en Miliheim boys to go thiough town
with a bell announcing an auction.
They give a much better definition
Our public schools will open on Mon
•day, Nov. stb. There will be a winter
term of four months and a summer
term of two months. Make your ar
angements, parents, to send your chil
—The two teams of J. Shigelmeyer
and one of M. Ulrich, left yesterday
morning for Mill Hall to work on the
new Vanderbilt rail road. B. F. Roy
fed ward Cantner and Wm.G. Ulrich
are the teamsters.
—To-morrow (Friday) the executor's
sale of the real estate ot Philip Stover,
deceased, will come off, affording an
excellent chance to buy a good farm in
Haines township or a complete home
stead in Aaronaburg.
—Hog cholera prevails to afearful ex
tent around Womelsdorf, Berks coun
ty. One farmer lost 73 head, auothei
60, another 40, and mauy others a less
number. All efforts to stop the dis
ease have thus far failed.
—Mrs. Rev. A. D. feowe will give
her lecture, "Talk about India," in
Booneville, Saturday evening, October
27th,at whish time she wili hive on ex
hibition some floe work boxes, &c.,
made by the natives of India.
—Three prisoners escaped from the
Bellefonte jail the other Tuesday, by
making a rush for the door while a
sister of Sheriff Dunkle with an attend
ant brought them their dinners. Two
of them were recaptured the same eve
ning, but the third one, a Swede, is
ktill at large, although shot in the
—The stock of Wall Papers and Dec
orations advertised by W. T. Mauck
& Son takes the lead for beauty and
—Mr. 11. K. Luse the other day pre
sented us with a basket of White Elc
phant potatoes that are real beauties
even this prolific potato year. It is a
new variety, and If the flavor is equal
to the appearance they deserve to be
—We see by the appointments of tho
U. B. Conference recently held at
Reading that Itev. J. G. W. Herald
has again been assigned to Miliheim
Circuit. Mr. H. is a most worthy
man, an ab'e preacher and has made
hosts of friends since he is among us.
—Mr. Henry Frai n, of Salina, Kan
sas, who is now here visiting hi* broth
er, laudlord Fiain and other friends,
gave us a call the other day. Mr.
Frain left for Sailna some six years ago,
where lie has been successfully engaged
fiu business since. He speaks in glow
ing language of Che rising young state,
its crops, resources and great future.
—The dashing young circumbendibus
who does the locals of the Bellefonte
Democrat , after an editorial experience
of only a few weeks, finds himself in
hot water pretty much all over. It is
well, howt ver, that Ellis himself sees
thus seasonably that his reckless way
of doing will not do in the long run,
and we are happy to add that he hum
bly promises better fkshious in the fu
ture. Now that is real "nice" in our
modest young man. The JOURNAL
will surely encourage his good resolu
HEAVY HAULING—The other Tues
day Mr. Jacob Gepliart hauled 85 bush
els of wheat with two horses from
Miliheim to Coburn. On Saturday Je
rome Gephart, son of Jacob, hauled
two loads,the one had 1034 bushels,the
other 105 bushels, by weight, making
the enormous load of 6300 pounds for
Years ago it required five to six hors
es to draw sach a load to Lewisburg or
Lewistown. It is evident that horses
are improving—or else the roads are
better than formerly.
LUTIIKR MEMORIAL IN TIIE COURT
HOUSE AT BELLEFONTE. FRIDAY,OC
TOBER 26KH,1S83.—Order of exercises :
At 104, A. M., Morning fcervice—
Book of Worstiip, with tunes ; Wel
come—by Rev. S. E. Furst; Music ;
Address—ly Prof. E. J. Wolf, I). D.;
Music ; Benediction.
At 21 p. M., Anthem ; Reading of
Scripture and Prayer; Music - ; Ad
dress-bv JOHN G. MORRIS, I). D.,
LL. D., President of General Synod;
Music ; Benediction.
At 71 p. M., Evening Service—Book
of Worship ; Short addresses by Cler
gymen and Laymen iuterspersed with
music ; Social; Dismission
Music by Choir, Orchestra and Brass
Bands. All the Ministers of the
Northern Conference, and others, are
expected to be present.
—President Roberts of the Pennsyl
vania railroad company, has not'fied
thecommitte appoi ited by the late
railroad meeting at Centre Hall, and
which recentiy visited the headquar
ters of the company at Philadelphia, to
see about the completion of the Lewis
burg, Centre and Spruce Creek Rail
road from Lemont to Spring Mills,
that the Board of Directors of the
Pennsylvania company has appoiuted a
committee to meet the Valley commit
tee here as soon as the report of the en
gineers, new on the line of the L. C.
&S. C. road, is received, which will
probably be in about two weeks. Tnis
looks encouraging, and there is good
foundation for the belief that the road
through Penn's Valley will be complet
ed and that speedily.— Watchitia-i.
SOCKED.—Our young old friend, Mr.
A. S. Ruhl, of Sockville, out west, has
again socked us so completely that our
poor, delicate little understandings are
amply provided with underwear' for the
coming winter, which the weather
prophets say will be very severe. But
where does Antes get all these beauti
ful and comfortable socks ? Why, he
has a big sock factory, out iu Sockville,
where lots of people are busy as heavers
turniag out socks as fastas ni able hands
and perfect machinery can do it—yes,
and stockings and mittens, fine and
good—simply and without question
"the best in the world"—and the
JOURNAL STORE has them for sale.
But we almost for got to thank An
tes for the socks and hereby do it nach
traeglich in test style. Bring the next
"lot" yourself , Antes.
Ho FOR NORTH CAROLINA I—An ex
cursion through Virginia and North
Carolina will leave Baltimore, yia Bay
Line Steamer, Monday, Nov. 12th next,
at 7 o'clock P. M. Fare for the round
trip, sl2, covering about 1000 miles.
The excursion is gotten up by the rail
road companies of North Carolina for
the express purpose of getting northern
people to come and see for themselves
their fine country,mild climate and hos
pitable people, and will afford an excel
lent opportunity for farmers,mechanics
and laboring men to see some of the fin
est parts of Virginia and North Carolina
at a trifling expense. Arrangements
have been made with the hotel keepers
at all stopping places to entertain the
excursionists at half the usual rates.
At Wadesboro N. C., the excurtionists
will be the guests of the Northern
Men's Convention, to be held there
Any further information will be
cheerfully given by
W. K. ALEXANDER,
Agent for Centre county.
THE I)EKH LAW.—Deer may be kill
ed between October Ist and December
15th, both days inclusive, but the kill
ing of a spotted fawn at any time is
The running of dogs is unlawful.
It is unlawful under a penalty of S3O
to kill a deer that'hah been chased into
the water by dogs.
Dogs pursuing deer may be killed l.y
any person, and the ownei of the d>g
is liable to a penalty of $lO for each
deer killed by such dogs.
It is unlawful to have fresh venison
or fresh deer Skins in possession out of
We copy the above points from the
Bellefonte Republican , presuming them
to be correct.
NEW MUSIC.—We have received
from the publisher the following vocal
ALONE AT LAST By Deo.
SchleiffartU 75c. This is the new
Waltz Song that has made such a hit
eveiywhere lately, and is fast rivalling
the Author's most popular of all songs,
"Who'll Buy mv Buses Bed." It is
gotten up in an elegant stylo with a
handsome title in colois.and thousands
of copies are being sold.
WHEN I MEAN MARRY By C.
R. Sidney 40c. It is a long time since
we have had the pleasure of seeing a
good humorous song, fiee from tiling
and coarseness, and we feel sure this
will meet With a hearty reception. It
is being sung with great success, by
Billy Robinson of Haverly's Mastodon
NEW BERLlN.—Reader,did you ever
visit New Berlin ? If not you have
thus far missed seeing one of the most
beautiful towns this side of the celes
tial paradise. Reposing quietly on the
banks of historic old Penn's Creek, at
the foot of a finely wooded hill, the
denizens of tire place seem to have but
little concern for the bustle and busi
ness, the hurry and flurry of the out
side world. They do not share to any
considerable extent its commotions and
agitations,but live on HI the even tenor
of their way, in quiet seclusion, from
generation to generation. The quiet
ude—al cost solitude—that prevails
throughout, seems to have a good ef
fect both on the minds and hearts of
the people, for we know of no place
that has better educational and relig
ions fact!.ties. It is the seat of Union
Seminary, one of the most flourishing
institutions of'its grade in the state,
while the Evangelicals, Lutherans, Re
formed, Methodists, Presbytei ian and
United Brethren all have their church
es and congreg it ions.
New Berlin is a town of beautiful
homes, finer, smoother and cleaner
streets than can be found anywhere
else. The people have ample time and
the will to keep all these in best condi
tion. In fact there is no other town
in the state whose people keep their
streets, yaras, sidewalks and geneial
surroundings so entirely neat and clean
as do the New Berlinites.
The view from the roof of Union
Seminary is truly grand. Nothing rug
ged or strikingly romantic—no rocky
cliffs or cloud-capped mountains—but a
scene of rare beauty for all that. The
cozy town with its happy homes, its
church spires pointing heavenward,
nestled below among a multitude of
trees that give shade and shelter ; the
well cultivated fields close around : the
fi ie farms farther on ; the picturesque
hills of Snyder county, just beyond |
Penn's Creek ; the gentle spots of
woodland, clothed in the beautiful col
ors of autumn, and in the distance the
dim, bliie oatliues of Shade Mountains,
all constitute a panorama of loveliness
scarcely exceeded anywhere.
LUTHER MEMORIAL SERVICES.—
The Centre Couuty Luther Memorial
will be held in the Court House, Belle
fonte.Friday,Oct. 26th instaut. There
will be three Sessions—morning, after
noon and evening. Rev. E. J. Wolf,
D. I)., of the Theological Seminary of
the General Synod, at Gettysburg, will
deliver an address in the morning. In
the afternoon Rev. J. G. Morris, D. D.
LL. D., of Baltinijre, the President
of thC General Synod, will speak. A
number of short addresses will be deliv
ered in the evening by yidting minis
Of Dr. Wolf it is needless to speak.
He is emphatically one of us. Boru in
Miles townßhip,only a few miles from
Miliheim, he spent his younger years in
the midst of onr people. He is a grad
uate both of Pennsylvania College and
the Theological Seminary at Gettys
burg, and attended the University at
Teubingen, Germany, for several years
at a later period. Dr. Wolf is well and
favorably kndwn throughout the
Dr. Morris is perhaps the most prom
inent and widely known man in the
Lutheran church in the United
States—or at least this is his po
sition in the General Synod. He is the
American historian of the church, as
well as a celebrated general author and
lecturer. Dr. Morris is a stranger to
our people personally,but n all the bet
ter known by his mahy writings in re
ligous • papers and magazines. His
coming to Bellefonte at such a propi
tious occasion will afford many of our
people an opportunity to gratify a long
cherished wish of seeing and hearing
the representative Lutheran divine of
The memorial eelebratiem is not de
signed to be a local or denominational
affair. The great Saxon Reformer,
"the emancipator of thought," was
the common beuc f actor of the entire
Protestant world, and it is eminently
fitting that tlio 400 th anniversary of
his birth year should be celebrated in a
proper minner, not. only by the church
that bears his name but by all Protest
ant denominations throughout the
ADVICF. TO MOTH Kit H.
Arc you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a *lck ciiill milTerlng and crying
with pain of oufttliK tooth ? If so, send tit otico
and get a bottl# of AIUA. W INFLOW'S Soot HI SO
SVHUP roa CmutURS TKKTHINO. Its value Is
Incalculable. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer Immediately. Depend upon It, mothers,
there Is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates tho stomach ami
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums. re
duces Inflammation, and wives tone and energy
to the whole system. MR-< W'INHLOW'S SOUTH
INU SYRUP row CIUI.NKKA TKKTUINO is pleasant
to'the taste, and Is the prescription of one of ;
the oldest and best female physicians and nurs
es In the United States, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. l'rlce 115
cents a bottle.
On the 11th Instant, at the Evangelical par
sonage, Tlmmpsoiitowu, IV. by Rev. K. 1).
Keen. Mr. l-evl B. Fisher, of Dlmmville, Juni
ata Co., I*a.. and Mary A. Spade, of Kvandale,
May their connubial ship flout gently down the
stream of life and at last anchor thein safely In
to the fair Haven of Eternal Kest. 1.. It. N.
On the Ith Inst., at the reMdence of her son
in-law, H. Y. Stltzer, Bellefonte, Mrs. Julia A.
Hess, relict of John Hess, deceased, aged 87
years, f months and 22 days.
On the 4th luwt . at potter's Mills, Mrs. Mary
McElroy, widow of Thomas McElroy, aged 63
years. 4 months and 24 days.
Corrected every Wednesday
Wheat, old 1.00
Oats White 36
Salt, per Ilrl .' 1.50
Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50
Eggs r .- 8
COAL MARKET AT COBURN.
Egg Coal 14.75
Stove " 5.00
Chestnut k.v...r. 4 75
£..♦ • • 4 •• 3 * ,r )
Pea by the car Mm .'.a.22.214.171.124 .Special Price*.
XTf J. SPRINGER,
Next Door to JOUKNAL Store, Main Street,
D. 11. MINGLE.
Physician & Surgeon,
Ofllicc on Mam Street.
J~YT. JOHN F. IIARTEB. j
Office opposite tl Millheim Banking House,
MAIN STREET, MILLHEIM, I'A' :
Orphans' Court Business a Speciality.
RN*A. c. IIEINLE,
Practices Intallthe courts of Centre county.
Special attention to Collections. Consultations ]
in German or English.
C. T. Alexandei. C. M. Bower.
Office in Carman's new building.
J. A. Beaver. J. W. Gephart.
JGEAVER & GEPHART,
Office on Alleghany Street, North of High Street
GEO. S. FRANK,
Physician & Surgeon,
STRING MILLS, PA.
omcc in Mr. Philip Shook's residence, near the
Spring Mills House.
I Professional calls promptly answetted. 3m
I D. H. Hastings. W. F. Reeder.
JJASTINGS & REEDER,
Office on Allegheny Street, two doors east of
the office ocupied by the late firm of Yocum A
ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA.
C. G. McMILLEN,
Good Sample Room on First Floor. Free
BUMS to aud from all trains. Special rates to
j witnesses and jurors.
(Most Central Hotel in ihe city.)
CORNER OF MAIN AND JAY STREETS,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
Goods amnio Roonts for Commercial Travel
ers on lirst floor-
POOTS & Shoes,
LOCK HAVEH, PA.
A " " ~~ """ _ ~ T* - T
Tlhiimiflr nrr T'rm Tnnr W
Address, CLOUCH & WARREN ORCAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
have now opened our
of Goods, and anything you WLTU iii.
Dry Goods, Clothing,
BOOTS & SHOES, IIATS & CAPS,
Dress Goods, Notions,
Groceries aafl General Merchandise
can be found at our store at
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST!!!
Good as tbe Best!
Call and see the new things just
put 011 the market.
Dinges,Vonada & Co.
D. H. Lenker,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Chamber Suits, Bureaus, Lounges,
Bedsteads, Stands, Marble-Top Centre
Tables, Breakfast Tables, Dining:
Tables, Extension Tables, Sideboards,
Sinks and all kinds of Kitchen furni
ture, Cane or Wood Seat Chails. j
Rockers, Spring Beds, Wire, Wool and j
Hair Matresscs, every style of Mould
ings for Picture Frames. Frames of
any size made to order.
Undertaking a Specialty.
A share of the public patronage re
spectfully solicited. 36-1/
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE <FC RETAIL TIROCERS,
keep the largest stock in thej
143 MAIN STREET,
PA T E N T S.
F. A. Lchmann, Solicitor of American and
Foreign Patents, Washington, D. C. All bust
ress connected with Patents, whether before
the Patent Office 01 the Courts, promptly at
tended to. No charge made unless a patent is
secured. Send for circular. tf
Lewislnrn and Tyrone Railroad Time
1 S 5 7 9
A. M. A. g. P. SC. P. M. P. M
Moutandon 705 fKfO 2.05 6.00 7.55
Lewlsburg 7.25 10 05 2.20
Fair Ground.....? HO 10.13 2.25
Blelll-,., 7.40 10.27 2.35
V'cksburg -7.45 10.36 2.40
Mifllinburg B.ooar 11.00 at 1 2.55
le. 3 uo
Millmont..... a22 3-28
Laurel ton 8.33 3. 40
Wlker Run 8.57 4.06
Cherry Run 9.15 4.25
Fowler 9.35 4.47
Coburn ~ 9.48 5.04
Spring Mills ar 10.15 ar. 5.30
58 4 O S 10
A. M. P. M.
SDrlng Mills— 5.50 1.50
Coburn 618 2.20
Fowler 6.28 2.33
Cherry Run 6.48 2.55
1 Wlker Run 7.05 3.15
Laureltoil 7.30 3.40
Millmont 7.40 3.52
Mlffllnburg 8.00 11.45 4.15
Vlcksburg- 8.15 12.10 4^32
BieM 8.20 12.17 4.38
Fair Giound...- A. M. 8.30 12.33 4.48 r. M.
Lewiaburg 6.35 8.45 12.50 5.10 7.30
Moutandon ar. 6.45 ar. 9.00 ar 1.05ar.5.20ar 7.40
Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Montandon with Erie
Mall West; 3 and 4 with Sea Shore Express
East; 5 and 6 with Day Express and Niagara
Express West; 7 and 8 with Fast Line West; 9
aud 10 with WiUfamsport Accommodation
North Second Street,
Half a square south of the 1.. &. T. It. R. Depot,
New and commodious BUiiding*
Equipped in nil d<-paitinei;ts with en
tirely new Furultute.
No ffforts spued to make the
BAKER HOUSE a pleasant, comfuitab'.o
lioine to all uuesta.
An excellent Livery attached.
\V. N. BAKEH, Proprietor.
ELIAS Lt'SE. F. D. LUKE.
Elias Luse & Son's
In the rear <H the Kr. Church, Penn Street,
ALL KINDS OF
PLANING MILL WORK
Doors, Window Frames
& Sash, Shutters &
Blinds, Siding, Brackets,
AND ALL STYLES OF
made to order at the most reasonable prices.
A share of public patronage respectfully so
THE BOSS CLOTHIERS
for your Clothing.
45 MAN STREET,
P. H. STOVER,
Flour & Feed,
~UIGUEST MARKET PRICE ALWAYS
49-A full supply of Coal. Plaster ami Salt al
ways on hand and sold at the lowest pilce
4ar-Coal kept under roof at all seasons of
*9" The public patronage respectfully solict
DR. K. C. WEST'S NKKTE AND RIUIK TIICATBtST, a
guarantee I specific for H ' sWla. Dzziuess Canvulsiuui, Pits,
Nervous Neuralgia, Headachy, Nurvors Pro.'tratln c-d
by the oca of alcohol or tobacco, Wakefulness, M-uUI D--
pr.Mlon, Softening of tha Brain resulting to lusauliv and
leading to misery, decay and death; Prem-tnie Oi l A>e,
Barrenness. IAJSS of Power In althar *. Involuntary Losses
and B|>e>mat irrhora caused by ovor-exei lion .of the brain,
leU-ahnee or over-indulgence. Rerh b"X mntainr one month'*
treatment SI a bos, or alz boxes for fS, Rent by uall pre
paid on receipt of price.
WE CUARANTEE 6!X BOXES
To enre any eae. With e*rh orlr recelr-d by us for !s
bxes. accompanied with $5, we will send the purcb-acr cur
written guarantee to re'un.l the money If the treatment doea
n-.t eff-ct a cure. Guarantee*tseue 1 only by
KI9NKR * HKXDKLSOX, 3W Race Street. Philadelphia, Ta.
The celebrated vegetabla Blood l'urifirr. It Immediately
ruree Headache, Constipation, Purifies the Ski a. Mallei
anewhere upon receipt of So cents. Un*urpa*ed for
Children. EISNER & MENDELSON,
32Q Race Street, Phllrtd<phe,
.WMrantod lh moot jK-rfoct Fcrcp.pi
Frrtflizor Drill In eslsf ear*. Rend for clr
ritork A. 11. F.IIUIIJHAU, Pork. Fit.
A B. FARQUHAR, York Pa
CbMpoil and beat for all pur* nflrl': *
poaca—simple, atmng and do- .^s^wjVk-* j*i A A -j\
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VUb Warraulad tba to* team dropper and n.o*t
foree-feed fc.Uiier dlotribuior is tua
Buchanan Wind Mill
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New method of attach
lag the Sails, jH
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AND THI NOISELKBB
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The TRIUMPH REAPERS are uneqnaled for
•implicit? in construction, ease of management,
light Weight, durability and good working capacity
in all conditions of grain.
The NEW CLIPPER has all the advantages of
the OLD CLIPPER MOWER with many valuable
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THE WEBSTEB Mtg CO. UDTCD,
and dependent parents entitled when deai : <•
suited. Claims reopened, restoration,
bounty, back pay and discharges obtained A,
ply at once, delay prejudices your right*- Feci
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tablished firm of KI)SON & CO., Attorney- a a
Claim Agents, 917 F St., Washington, D. C.
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