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   Logansport Pharos (Newspaper) - October 16, 1890, Logansport, Indiana                                FOR CIBLE ARGUMENT Dollar Is a Dollar Earned THE CURIOSITY SHOP And he save many dollars for you He does a strictly FirstClass Business and guarantees sat isfaction His Stock of Fall Goods is Complete and he employs none but FirstClass Workmen DONT BE MISLEAD BY PRIZES OR CASH REBATES You will always have to pay for them Suits and Overcoats for Fall from up Dont forget HARRY G TUCKER The Pearl Btreet Tailor DAILY PHAROS THURSDAY OCTOBER Hi 1890 BKNJ r IOUTIMIN JOHN W BAItNKh 11 u thai ii A Bnriiin KDITOUH ANU IHOlHIKTOHS TERMS OK SUU3UKIPTION DAILY EDITION Icr AIIIIIpayable In 60 Ier Month to carrier Per Week payable to currier WKEKLY EIHTION One one year1 One copy flix months fio Oao copy three tmmihs 35 Official Injxr City niitl County Entered as secondclass matter at the IxiGrane port Ind IoBtofTut1 February 8th 18S81 T1CJCKT Secretary ot StntuCI JI1K MATTHEWS AuditorI O HKNDEUSON TreasurerALBERT UALL ForJulifCiif Sun CourtJ A S MITGIIBLL AttorneyOcnenilA GHKEN SMITH Clerk ot Supreme CourtA M SWEKNEV Supt ot Pul InitriHiloii11 VOIUHS S COKHV A PKKLLK JK H IATTON For Joint UcprescMtulHiM M KILGOUK For State M A GEE KcpresentiUiviJOSEPH OKAY Proaimitilijf AttorneyJOHN MfCiUKBVY ClerkIOHN SI IHISS SheriffJOHN IKINAfDSON AuditorSAMCKLS 11KLVIE TreimurerCHAKLES L WOLL KeconlcrHUSKY IICIILEU J W UALIAUI SurveyorNA HECK Commissioner 1st DistrittItirilAKI WINN Commissioner id IHstriilJAMES UllAVKS IK a high tariff incrtMes the vultie of the necessaries of life without increasing wages how will laboriug men be bene fited W D OWEX voted to increase tariff raine tlio levy BO per cent Whom does this increase benefit Were the protected classes not fretting rich fast enough THE McKinley tariff bill imposes a higher tax on tha American people than ever before in the history of tariff legisla tion It will be obserTcd too that the country is producing millionaires more rapidly than any ocher country in the world InMtnictioiiiH 10 VotcrN 1st Get your ballots of the polling clerks in the election room 2d Stamp the square et the left of two title of your party at the head of the ticket If you wish to vote for a candi date not on the ticket of your party then in addition to stamping the square to the left of the tilks of your party stamp the square to the left of ihu name of each candidate for whom ynu to vole i 3d not mutilate ballot or mark it either by by stTMtchini n name off or writing one DM or in any other way except by the stamping on the square or squares as before mentioned Otherwise the ballot will not be counted 4th If you do not understand how to mark your ballots ask the poll clerks If you cannot read English or are cally unable to mark your ballot on your request the poll clerk will mark it for you j Hth If by accident or mistake tear mutilate deface or spoil your bnlj lot go at once to the poll clerks and ex plain how the accident occurred return the ballot to them and ask fo another MARK L DEOTTE has gone a hunting in the wilds of Wisconsin DeMotte is one of the men who made Owen come to time and refuse to divide his salary with anybody There are a good many Ke publicans going a hunting this year and some of them are bunting for Owens scalp and it looks like they poing to get it DID the garcisaee lawyer corrupt Billy Owen and lead him to offer a brfce to apt Mull Dirt he also advise Owen to force the postmaster at Winamac to di vide his salary with an outside party Owen has used tbf salaries of the cov ernmenl officials in thi district as though he owred them Who is Postmaster Toinlinson dividing with THE merchants profits will not be af fected by the McKinley tariff tax law Merchants will simply increase the price of the articles they sell to conform to the prices at which they are forced to buy But they will be injured in this way The laboring classes can not buy as much as they have bought in the pasi That is what Jay Gould who favors the Mc KiDley law says The people will be forced to buy less ACCORDING tc the Journals revised figures the tax levy of the counties along the Wabash river is as follows MI Miami etiJ Tippecanoe7 78i Vermilion77 SSS 991 Now let us examine the financial con dition of these counties in the year 1889 W abash has outstanding of free crave road bonds 8S660i Miami has a bonded indebtedness of Carroil 000 Tippecanoe Vermilion j Warren 378600 Huntincton 8247100 These figures are taken from j advance sheets of the state statisticians report for ths year 1889 Cass county has indebtedness thtin any of these counties eicupt Vermilion and the tax j lery on average U about the aime EVERYTHING is goine up except wages While this is true it is also true that laj boring men are forced to organize to pre1 vent wages being reduced Who de manded increased tariff taxation Not the toiling millions The protected lorda of America who forced a Republican congress to repay the fat fried out of them in 1838 The laboring man who votes for a member of congress who voted to increase tariff taxation deserves to be a slave The toiling millions in this country are forced through the op eration of the McKinley bill to share the profits of their toil with the protected lords who have grown EO rich and pow erful that congress is forced to do their bidding After the McKinlcy bill is in full operation the dollar earned by the daily toiler will buy but SO cents worth of protected articles Who gets the 20 cents Not the toiler Propriety in Brooklyn Ever since thu days of the Beecher trial It has been known that Brooklyn wag the properest city in the Union Some say that since tho present fashion of wide trousers has coma in sensitive Brooklyn gentlemen are too modest to walk up stairs in front of a lady for fear f displaying a bit of delicate ankle It was left however for Brooklyns school masters and school trustees to reach the climax of propriety thus rendering themselves famous On the complaint of a Brooklyn school pf iuoipal a trustee brought the attention of the board of education to bear on a flagrant piece ot immorality in a Brooklyn school book The trustee good man confessed that ho ww a mechanic and really did not know when a thing was trnly proper but tho schoolmaster in his ward had notified him that Longfellows immortal poem Tho Building of the Ship waa a very piece of verse and should bo eliminated from the school mailers Longfellow may or may not have dreamed when ha wrote his brain and heart into that poetry that he was pre paring a lose of arsenic for the mind o infant Brooklyn Certainly Boston nevei dreamed of tho insidious depravity of her famous poet yet a Brooklyn schoolmas ter found him out These are the very biil lines that Longfellow wrote She seems to feel Tliu thrill of ItEe along hor keel Anc1 spuming with her foot the ground With one exulting Joyous bound She leaps into the oceans arms Take her oh bridegroom old and gray Take her to thy protecting arms With nil her youth and all her charms COUNTY TAXES THE JOURNALS FALSE FIGURES EXPOSED Correct County JLeTles Compared With Its Oarblcd Figures The Journal continue to parade its columns of false and garbled figures with the idea that a lie becomes effective if reiterated often enough In making its comparison between Cass and other counties as to the levy for county purposes it fails to charge up against the other counties all of the levy for county purposes This is the trick iu the whole business This is why its figures appear to make a bad showing for Casa county The Pharos today presents the true levies in the various counties Our fig ures are Uiken from the official reports of the county treasurers all of which are now in tlie hands of County Treasurer Woll Any person who calls at the treasurers office will be shown the offi cial documents Journal Figures Liverpools Homes for the Poor The American consul at Liverpool lias made a report on the model tenement houses of Liverpool may be com mended to all interested in sanitary re form in cities It is to be noted that the Miami city corporation of Liverpool itself built White these model houses The council in Union vain tried to induce private enterprise to Clinton50 take hold of the matter of clearing out j Fulton35i the filthy dons of the city and replacing Counties Cass county LaPorte Howard 35 Lake 30 Wabash 40 Marshal 381 Wayne 31 Carroll 40 Tippecanoe CO Fulnski 50 Huntington 40 Marion 33 Benton 45 Grant 55 Henry 40 60 60 35 TEE Journal does not lie for campaign or any other purposes and it would rather j see the ring county ticket elected than be convicted of misrepresenting Swifticus Swifticus thou dost protest too much A gnrnisbee lawyer has neither veracity nor conscience Pratt exposed you when he said It is all politics You expos ed yourself when you told Treasurer Woll that you were making figures for your them with decent dwellings Only when all attempts in this direction failed thi corporation took It in hand themselves A space containing 9195 square yards bounded on all sidea by streets cleared off Upon this space thirteen Model tenement hoxises were built in farm of a hollow square In the center were left a flower plot and playground for children Between each two of the buildings is a wide entrance to the cen tral yard which is further provided with a carriage driveway footwalks and drinking fountains These tenement cliildren havo a park at home Tho thirteen houses contain 271 tene side of the coutronersy You may be i meuts and a superintendents house The able to deceive those who are not familtenementsareone two and three roomed iar with your corrupt record but if you For the three room the rent persist in your misrepresentations we propose to show to the people how un wortby of confidence you are Your re cord as a garnishee lawyer is a bast one base that Postmaster Toulinson was is a week for the two room for one room fiftyfour cente a week Tie houses are five stories high The tenements are handsomely finished ir wood and painted plastering The houses pleased when Owen hired you to edit the I Journal are as near fireproof as any bnilding can THE g o p is sending out cards bear ing the Stars aud Stripes Is the Ameri can flag to become the banner of the pro tected pirates We love the flag but it should forever remain the emblem of liberty and equality If it is to become the banner of the protected lords of i America it then will represent class legis lation and the supremacy of wealthy cor porations There is little patriotism where greed is the ruling There is little love of In order to relieve poor pec plD as far as possible from the burden of buying and moving furnifroire as much furniture as can be built into the walls is provided such as pantry dressing case and cupboards Each tenement has ite own coal bunker aud closet To gave epnce the tenants on each floor use one common laundry wttich the tenants in more ambitions flat ought to do The time of each is fiied by the rules so there can be no quarrel Stripes for permission to rob and dcspoi the people it j ii ambition K lavmllT tubs These tene oiijnts are admirably rentUated much IIIEIC u linn iwvt UL COUDtTV u L i oeiter than Borne stately Britiah those who appeal through the Stars aud T jaiiiaaa eiona They ara not a charity for were bnilt on the basis of returning tj pei cent a year The hollow square of buildings named Artisans and i sits ia called So sao ceseful has this attempt to let light into RATHER singular isnt it that while the Pharos is crying increased prices every merchant in Loganspon ia adverI using no Every merchant in the city of Logans dark places been that since the block port will be forced to increase prices or woa boilt the deathrate of Liverpool quit business Those who purchased ka fallen from 212 to 208 Itisinter their stock before the passage of the Me esting to note that this attempt to ame Kinley bill can sell at old prices for liorate the condition of the Liverpool j Baruiolomis awhile As Jay Gould says She laboring D7 the city be people will have to buy less because everything except labor will go up iiince Steubcn76 15 Scott56 Newton59J Switzerland74i Rush36 Orange60J Delaware40 Owen40 Jennings30 Noble50 Ohio50 Vanderburg58 Dubois60 Brown66i Putnam23 Adams58 Vigo60J Kosciusko49 Monroe70 Floyd49i Blackford50 Parke45 Montgomery40 Gibson34 Fayette25 Jasper60 Jefferson55 Harrison150 Lawrence41 Boone43 Hendricks30 Dearborn50 Decatur55 Elkhart55 Washington40 Posey55 J ackson45 Jay40 MorganS3 Wells60 Lagrange44 Correct Figures SO 23 57 45 43 44 42 66 78 94 78 56 49 66 80 40 73 69 55 95 50 47 80 80 59 79 42 48 60 80 71 74 60 83 71 54 66 32 SO 59 79 53 63 64i 56 59 25 60 70 Hancock4 03 St Joseph34i 42J Clay35 01 Whitley35 The following counties are omitted by the Journal doubtless ou purpose 25 THE FRAWKLIN TRUST FUND The Hcfra of tho Famous Philosopher VTunt it Divided What may turn out to be one of the most interesting cases ever placed be fore a judicial tribunal for solution is expected to come up in Philadelphia shortly The heirs of Benjamin Frank lin after the lapse of a century have de cided to contest his will The pre liminary petitions have already been filed and an army of legal lights en Enox45 Tipton45 Porter30 Warrick Davies53 Green Termillion 50 Spencer w50 the passage of the McKinley bill Ripley50 called in America nationalism w We shan see now wnstSortSe attempt I atren of the Knights of Labor to boycott railroad will have any effect Shelby 43 58i 39i 50 55 551 60 65 621 661 541 671 441 601 sa 451 75 531 591 631 724 991 65i 451 A D BACIIE W B MANN gaged that is calculated to dazzle an or dinary judge In this instance the city of Philadelphia appears as the contest ant Under the philosophers will which waa probated in 1790 he bequeathed in trust to the cities of Philadelphia and Boston each the sum of to be in vested in the form of loans at 5 per cent interest to married young artiBcers not over the age of 25 to assist them in starting in business Poor Richard calculated that in a century the snm would increase to 000 or From this amount 000 was to be devoted to municipal im provements with especial reference to a water supply from Wissahickou creek for Philadelphia Tlie remainder was to be reinvested for another hundred years after which it was to be divided equally between the city and state The same provisions applied to tho Bos ton beqnest In Philadelphia the sum held by the board of trust lias increased to or about onesisth of what Franklin anticipated The Boston beqnest amounts to now A short time ago Col William B Mann of the board of city trusts which has in charge the immense Girard estates suggested that it would be a good plan to spend Frauk lins bequest for the erection of aa ad ditional girls normal school to relieve the overcrowded condition of the present one the new building to accommodate from 1000 to 2000 girls who cannot gain admittance now This it was claimed would be in direct line with the Intention of the donor whisn ha mentioned municipal improvements Cpon the broaching of this proposi tion heirs sprang up from erery one of the thirtyfour wards of the city It is estimated that there are over fifty of these heirs in Philadelphia They claim that the purpose of the testator has not been carried out owing to the apathy and negligence of the trustees The board of city trusts in answer say that the purpose was fulfilled as long as practicable and that the increase of the fund from to showi that they have not been negligent The suit is brought through Albert D Bache paymaster of the United States navy at League island He is oiie of f onr greatgrandchildren of Richard Bache who married Franklins daughter He Is well known in Phi ladelphia and pop ular In naval circles Another of the heirs ia Mrs E D Gillespie who isi not ed in ths Quaker for her successful management of society entertainment for charitable purposes Among thft others art Included Mrs Perry mcther of Dr William Pepper of the dniTsrsltj of Pennsylvania James May Dnane and Admiral Harwood of Vfash laCton A feature of the case is thft fact that nearly all of the claimants are com paratively wealthy The Orljin of of Several of the At an annual meeting of the American Antiquarian society Jtr H B Staples read a paper to which he discussed tho ori gin of the names of of the states He said Xew gets its from Hampshire England Massachusetts is derived from an Indian asms first given to the bay sijrnlfjlng near the great hills Rhode Island has an obscure ori gin the inland of Rhodes the Island of the Roads and a Dutch origin Red Isl and were mentioned the flrat seeming to have the best historical support Connecti cut is an Indian name signifying land ou a long tidal river Virginia the CeroU uas and Georgia have a royal origin Maine waa named from the fact that it was supposed to contain the mayne por tion of New England Vermont has no especial question except that it is claimed to have bean first an Connecti cut alias Vermont Kentucky popularly eignines either a dark and bloody ground or a bloody river but its origin signifies tbo head of a river or the long river Tennessee conies from its river the name being de rived from the name of an Indian village on the Ohio is named after an Indian name slgnlrvinc some thing ereat with anaccent of adrad ration Indiana comes from the nomo of nn early liind company Illinois comes from the name of a tribe Michigan is claimed to mean lake country it proba bly came from the name of the lake Great Luke which bore this name before tho land adjacent was named Ixmisiaaa is from the French Arkansas and Missouri are Indian bhe former doubtful the latter is claimed to moan in Its original muddy water which describes the river Iowa Is also Indian with doubtfu meaning Texas ia popularly supposed to be In dian but may be Spanish Florida is Spanish a flowery land Oregon has a conjectural origin It la probably Indian but a Spanish origin Is claimed California comes from a Spanish ro mance of 1510 Nevada takes its name from the mountains which get theirs from a resemblance to the Nevadas of South America Minnesota is Indian sky tint ed water Nebraska is variously rendered shallow water and flat country Kansas Is from an Indian root Kaw corrupted by the French Mississippi is great water or whole rivor AUbama is Indian the name of a fortress and a tribe signifying as is claimed here we rest Tho Study of Literature Cardinal Newman was one of the many eminent men who have used abstracts as an aid to study He drew up a summary of every book he read together in many cases with n statement of hia own views upon it Mr Gladstone It may bo added doea something of the same kind He reads a book poncll in hand marking off on the margin thone passages which he wishes to remember querying those about which he if In doubt and putting a cross opposite those which he disputes At the end of the volume he constructs a kind of Indei of his own which enables bim to refer to what he wishes to remember in the book Mr Gladstone Is thus an advocate of marginal marking The great Sir William Hamilton was in favor of underscoring Intelligent underlining he said gave a kind of abstract of an Important work and by the uae of different colored inks to mark a difference of contents and discrim inate the doctrinal from the historical or illustrative elements of an argument or exposition the abstract becomes an analy sis very serviceable for ready reference But this assumes na Mr Morley remarked In hia lecture ou The Study of jtera ture that the book to be operated on U your own and perhaps i Lrather too elaborate a counsel of porection for most of us Even Cardinal Nevrmans plan Is probably more than most people care to adopt Intereaclng About Pearls as most readers know are small bodies found either in motberofponrl shells or iu those with u nacreous lining They are formed either by u dfstase by the presence of 11 parasite or by an effort on the part of the mollusk to rid itself of some foreign substance which has founrl its way into the shell Pearls are com posed of many layers of carbonate of llrno with organic matter between aro not al ways entirely poarly throughout and In variably have some small central core or nucleus Round pearls of fine luster and color are very valuable and their value In creases rapidly with their size Tho nneist white pearls arc from India the Peralnn gulf and Panama the finest black and gray pearls from the coast of Lower Call foraia Beautiful pink tinted pearls are often secreted by the common brook mus sels One valued at over WHS found near Paterson N J in Si6 and quite a number hava been met with In Ohio Ten nessee Kentucky and Texas and also In England Scotland and Germany Coffee and Coffee Uouecs Coffee came to England from Persia and Arabia and to these countries from Ethi opia it was used at first by the Moham medans aa a means of preventing drowai nesa nhen they wished to remain all night at their devotions It reached France and England about the same time as tea The Bret man who seems to have used It in Eng land was a Greek student of Balllol college Oxford At the restoration of King Charles II coffee houses became com mon In London and were Boon places oi great resort The coffee fruit or berry is something like1 a haw beinj red when ripe Two seeds are found imbedded in its pulp Discovery of a Large Houfte In Pompeii A house of five leaning against n rising ground has Just been excavated in Pompeii in which important frescoes arts still in a good state of preservation tn he principal room in a representation youth holding the winged Pegasus with one hand while with the other he receives the orders from Protean ho Ls seated oaa richly decorated throne The lower part of the house la divided into bathrooms The paimUngi in the frigi dnrtum nrc specially well nymph riding on a sea horse arid a friezu with comic scenes of pigmies fighting and crocodiles in Egypt A Ueliuble Assistant Mrs Mattie Jackaan wife of Rev C L Jackson pastor of tie Christiin Church of tie Brooklyn X conducts the Sunday services for her huyband whenever Is iU or absent She is described ILS an Intelligent and accomplished wonmn of attractive personality 25 years of and a regularly ordained preacher of the do nom ination of the doiise eeeping There are 10862 school districts fi2373 teachers and 2800000 school children in Japan Glritrd Girard collage in Philadelphia wail founded by the bequest of Stephen Girard vrho lett the proceeds of a certain portion of hU for the erec tion and establishment of college for or phans edifice of marble bnilt in the Corinthian itjle admitted to be the finest specimen of Grecian architecture in America It waa ID 1833 and opened In 1S4S having cost la Ita conatnio i tion almost two mllliorja A marbie statue in the lower vestibule covers the remaini of the founder She Did Both Mr your skrter get a let ter yesterday Johnnie sir j Mr sho kolc pleased give it a warm reception i she did both Alter i she read letter Ehe laughed fit to i bnsrt and than the pat it in the Journal of Education But are Uperelljai star Me SANTA pUuo His THE BEST Sk Swillow and Haven contend kicfi filter Rivm ended by Your beauty hi but for tSel ummer bit mine stand many Is i i SCRUBBING CLEANING tire GLAUS SOAP AND PONT YCL FORGET IT MADE ONLY BY NJCBU RBANK CO CHICAGOL Pill Notice SICK IIEADACHIS Looses Red Clover Pills cure sick headache dyspepsia indigestion consti pation per box 5 boxes for 41 For Bale by B F Ketsling Hold It to the IvlKht The man who tells yon confidentially just what will cure your cold is prescrib ing Kemps Balsam this year lu the preparation of this remarkable medicine for coughs and coldn no expense is spared to combine onlv the best and purest in gredients Hold a botlle of Kemps Bal sain to the light aad look through it notice the bright clear look then com pare with other remedies Large bottles at all druggists 50c and Sample bottle free Sir C B Jones of Sprung llill Iowa says I have used Chamberlains Pain Balm for severe aud painful burns with better effect than anything eke I have ever tried It relieves the pain instantly nnd cures without leaving n scar Pain Balm is one of the most useful medicines tlru any family can be provided with especially rheumatism lame back sprains bruises tooth ache ear ache and like ailments One application will re lieve the pain nnd a fair trial insure a cure 50 cent bottles for ule by B F rveesling Nervous debility poor memory difll deuce sexual weakness pimples cured Dr Miles Nervine Sample free at 13 ot alt 1hyotrlann Accurau compouudei at B F Kecs lings Xo 305 Fourth street where you can find toe largest stork of toilet ar tides perfumeries cosmetics sponge hair batb shaving and tooth brushes Truss fitting a specialty All the leading patent medicines ran 02 found on my shelves My stock ot drugs and rliem icals cannot be excelled in town Also sole aseut for VanWirls Balsam for the throat and luugs which I can roeomrneud to all a3 a superior remedy for cotiffhs colds asthma bronobitis niul consump tion Call for a trial size free Large dollar bottle holding onehalf piui for 50 cents Remember the place B F Keeslinvs No SOS Fourth street j Boils and pimple and other affection arising from impure blood may appear at this season when the blood is heatcvl Uoodf Sarsaparilla removes the cause of these troubles by purifying vitalizing and enriching he blood and at the same same it cives strength to the whole svs tem Forced to Home Over 60 people were forced to leave theii homes yesteiday local at their druggists for a free trial package of Lanes Family Medicine If your blood is bad your livei and kidneys are out of order if you are conslioaieti and have headache and an unsightly complexion dont fail to cull on any druggist to day for a free sample of this grand remedy The ladies praise it Every one liken it Large size packages 50 cents An old adge says Remembrance is the tie which lingers when otliers die A direct application to this truth ful saying baa made us persistent in our efforts to bring Looses Extract of Red Clover to your notice We are ciailly coming in contact wilb with people who say to us You remember what I was howI looked and how I suffered before I was induced to try Red Clover A any one who has taken Red Clover for any form of blood disorder and skin Eruptions for indigestion and rbcuma tism Ask them we say what their recollection of Red Clover is what it did for them and they will convince you of tlie truth of our statements For sale by B F Keesling Pile Kotice PILES PILES PILES Looses Red Clover Pile Remedy is a positive specific for all forms of tbc disease Blind bleeding itching ulcer ated and protruding 50c For sale by B F Keesling Then Baby sck we gaTe her Castorta When she was a Child shf cried for When she became Miss slw clung to SVntu the had Children fclie gave them Caatorte wint every mother to know Viat Croup can be prevented True croup never appears without a warning The first symptom is hoarseness then tie child appears to have taken cold or a cold may have accompanied the hoarseness from the start After that a peculiar rough cough is developed which is fol lowed by tho croup The time to act is when the child first becomes Loarsc a few doses of Chamberlains Cough Item will prevent the attack Kven after a rough bus appeared th disease may be prevented bv iisiiia lliis remedy as directed For side by It K Information for You Table showing the percentage of dentils by nerve and lung diseases in the slates named New Yotk Lo Main ISO Michigan 20 Mussirhusetls 30 Ohio SO N Hampshire 311 Pennsylvania LO Khode Islam 30 Indiana IS Connecticut 2T Minnesota IS DeUwvu Wisconsin IS West Virginia 20 Iowa lii Kansas M Tennessee H Nebraska 14 Illinois lj California 15 Vermont 30 Kentucky 20 All who arc suffering from nerve or lung trouble cannot change residenceyet they can be 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