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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - December 2, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               V( >L. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1890. HEP RESENTATIVE i QSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. MKW KCUXG liACMIME tor ruling all kinOB of u cbe lateat ancliooD to Mechanical Department ol LmaKirk Printing Company, f> It. omroBD, -23 K5 Central A.TO. Artietic Photographer PaatOfnplu of Babln a ipecialty. Sitters Mad not for numbine except for jabioa. BOOK BlXDEXT-.lAxas frj- pneUir, No. IB E. near Buf- falo street, Dunkirk. X. T. Marasmus, Mu- uc, etc., in all attanUwl to. AJ1 wort guaranteed. IlVRCHKK-3 CBOCKKBY UOOtK, I XB Central auU retail 'leainr in [cuorwt am: t.tuna, Glamwarc. C ftiOTKL, fl per clay, UuarrlniK rttubie m (XmnocUuu Victor HiiJpr, and 3B7 Lion xeou NO. 96. PARNELL STILL REIGNS. NO ACTION TAKEN BY THE NATION- ALIST MEMBERS. Mr. Farufti Mltlnrlr Trying u. U. roj Him. E-f-r-Tic-. t, ifMiBH In I oof-.-nu. VI. Ezplalln Rlf, Vinll t.i i. Anlion. LONDON RUN ON A THKIft REVliXGrL THE VSHQ.CT. I ITT BAKUKK SHOP yT Cluu. Nlttfie. emp.. utter Lake Shore National BKUK, cornm enier anU Tbiru sticeta. A Dor Mock ol ..igan. Duly in ttm Cnoncr. lUtetioalilMi ottTertittlng mwiiutn. j D I UNKIRK ElforNEEBCta Koraie ly i, Haiiple. cturcrB al Kugines. Builen, Puller., UaaKora, elu. 1'atternB, forsinga, anil Machine Work Co order. aimer co., ya. aa Cencer street, Mauufuuturera k out uppoaition within Che party by (ilailntone's ier- Those respnn-i.blK for Um "Incision nt party to forget what, wnx due to tiiemiwlveii. liieir couiitry and him. The men who were raout coospicuouulj Ijlm, Haalj- and Sextnn. woulii .1 rhiMr rwipongibillty in all flu-.. Mr. n.ui iwen rraineft far tliii W.io. cminod -aw hi- and him his flrat hance u nuliiic life? Who tfot him his in lending, reliukinn. TB- him'' Mr I'ai-iiell cuntiniiml: "That Healy is iiere to-dav destroy HIK ia niyseif, >nr I ,nu hi- is here ro ilnMtroy :ne if lie- tin and at Inn Ht-nh- reminda mn 'if inn servicp.-t. H- haa noi slow '.o n-nunil me ill rm-ni M. any time. I imleiXHiid hi- atti-ndi-d ;hu ri-ceut nieet- 114 .11 Dnhlin winch ,-aliwt on me not to -i-tri-. iflk.-ri hi ui to do Dirt f? Wini riska.1 Mcl'artliy Dniiliu ui nay tiiat ;m wjuiu ahln 10 uiv-- in- rinariun which -rnuid hlf.-r.-iii vVhere IV.-IH Seiruu ;ii same ..vere you Why riirl von Bllcour- lire me :.i come forward mid maintain thu nnd face :h.- w.irlil :f you were :iut ijiiiiitf to nv m-- W fly   aalU tUat Mr. j i.ll Appnlnt..! ;h. W.Uillnj Dmj lor Ulmuir and Mrt LOHDOH, Dec. around tho I parliament buildings yesterday I cro-vrda of membera and i gatutrinj the hulls aud in the viclnitT a( room where tbe I were in nmsion, -.Tait- i Inc for of tho rwmlt of tha mneting. Krerr autcomer was j hy a crowd of curium feilow memberm, I iprfliiily pumped drr ef all the in- j he posuiaaeii. The reporters at j all tbe London and provincial pttpers were on hand but were obliged cool 1 their hoelH i> corridors, the debate ia j meeting rnom beinn sacrat, to ch IrUfc Envoy. Auxlau to tb. N.tl.mnlUt Cunfrrnnc OKICAGO, Dec. i-Wiiliam O'Brien hia collwiuiiei aor for Bend TesmrdnT morning, had fawn tkair oritinai inuinuuu. This nt and WHERE WE EXCEL. Klrliniil T. Ely.m "Hoilel Tnwni A paper by Hicbani T. Ely on "M the Christian Union at Mo- vemljtr -T. wiui from hy ihu OB- nBnvin vesienlny. f.xtracia ifiTJniJ can .1111! of one favored Irish paper. He afternoon that j The ruicea oouId frequently be orators warmed up attempt -vnuM be made to withdraw j heard outride aa the the money Mnyor FItler and Mr. will, it. in .will, confer with board of dirscron of the bank, and it in thought .wme a.-riim will then be taken relative to tha money. After a meeting of the ilirecton In tiiu afternoon Vice President frrnnville H. Haines, a prominent mer- chant of thin acctimpanied by a brother director, left the linlldlnu-, and later on returned with them a iarae .mm uf iiuiney. said to oe whicii hud been, it In furnlahed by dHauciatioii. to iitiaok and defense, and tun bursts appiauiM were plainly heard ia rhe houac uf comtnonM. Sr. neemed to have thrown off kis unuHi mask uf uusocmbiiity and ro- utid ciiuttMl ijaiiy with hia .-iiippurt- ers. eveii iu the unwonted lux- ury of aa occasional joke au he sac at luncheon wtib a few of his faithful ad- During i he debate, (hone outside plainly puuu was due to the receipt iihortly after i length what be of loi'iil tnntters wil midnight at frr.m Justin M.C- be read witb mrere.ii The municipal uwuurnhip of water works iiml an light plant in Duniiirk. .1 brilliant BUCCCSB of which nny city in the world miulit be proud, rany he cited aa an example. Aftel Dunkirk ban found out "how to do it" other neighboring towns within flfty miles alii! keep showing us "bow not to do it.'' making sad mistaken which be utirrectfd only witb difficulty Take anolliitr town in ChauUimmi county, thin time only n Tillage. Frr. iionis ia called hy every visitor n lifill village, but what is oue of tbe main features of ita beauty? Certainly, the littli; parka in lliiiheart of (bi; town parka should be a feature o{ every town. Not only do they urntifv 'iir eye. but they help to preai-rve the health of tbe and dimini.h Hie ileiilli rate. Vet lei one drive along tbe "Main Rood." extcndinif east and weM from Freiloniii.and see how few villaces within forty raili.-s Imve followed the of hia dep-iaition from cii neil would pu .__ _......._.M the way oi the money used for the comrades, not yoqr aiaves." It! for which it. -yua subscribed, that txiiminitr Drew said tiiat the Key-. surmiaed by tiioae familiar with Mr. the sviccwi tenant. oeurd H ;u a remark shout iiugnly in re- of Parnell: -'We Cartiiy auggeiitiuu that. r.key remain ia iliey could more nasllj- reached by wire, pending the outcome of the conference in London. O'Brien slept late, but Dillon and Harrington, weraaatlr an early hour. The only one gf-the who stands hy looked can-worn aa Me paced the orirridur of the Grand Paciflc. hotel hour after hour in company with a local Dillon received three cable be- t-ween [i and :2 o'clock, tin! poaitirely de- clined to divulge Their contents or to talk on the crmij! further than co nay that if Parnell resigned or deponed Juntin McCarthy would temporarily be placed at the hemi uf the party. Ic io that Harrmutun Uai control of the fuad.i so far collected in thii country by the en- voya. Some portion of them will be needad lor aiut P.-irnell be deponed. entire balance at tlia piaa of campaign treasury, in tha UHiiihburhood of ia in the bank aud can only he drawn upon by Purnell'i authorization. Mora or lea.i tali Indulged in re- ganiina these funds, iiut wnile the mvriya were disinclined to touch upon the mat- ter IQ general conversation, thtt hope waa letuim-sliip par- no olistaclii iu bunk is perfectly .solvent. Parnell-a meihoii.s that he has been try- nu-ctiinf uf the bil? to matters as much an posfiibie iaHt oitrlir. lint no Informa-i keeping his !n Lundon. while his party non ,-wii> HIM rrotiilc thtreof uualit be ab- t.'iinnl. City 1're.HnurBr Bardaley waa ,in.l at the eoucIUBiun of the clBi-Ii-ied to stute what acrion -.voulii itr Iu tn the o( The W.fl.ilOO of the nitr'a mon.-y iinw hi-iii by the bank. From unutlifr source ir leHrtieil 'hat uulosM the IJMHK mm ample collar.. Till tho HUT wili to- day liemanii irs mnimy. The -ic.ii rhar paid out t uf-ivhiuh paid over the The 'iapumtg anieuuttd to member of tile   example of Predonia, allhuuiih in a vil- i Inge, especially in its curly duyu, but i even Ihlcr, it ia >i numpanUively easy matter to even larger purku with i ample nlaygroiinds forcbildren. Every j enteipriue which thia village an a village lindenakou BUH been succesHftil. nnd i now, following the example of Uun- j kirk, it is about to estnblinh an elertrio I light plant It believes in self-help i opposed to wt-iik reliance on private 1 Horporatiens. It bus learned ihiir i Hipreasiuii or opinion ink. -.viih 'In- uf tlia iiiii. luuc may be maiie o the acurcity of smail nianj' businusa houses g Larae :ia payabla Innwn or by a- he .if tue Phil-' 11 .'ie iriuy 'muse Hiio-.vs incwiiMid ii ry bank.i tliure., reservaa ;liB past wee.it. .i.i NEARLY DEAD FROM EXPOSURE. An Pits out- MI -J. -David X; 111 u arj rvnrkjng Hka amoni; the people of Ireland, nettinii resn- iut'ons pasted in his favor and drnmminir up public nympatliy for him in view of she jilebinciie which ib U) decide whether i.r not. 'lie people will suatiiin iiiui ajiaiunr liis jupinie'ir.4. If some of tun :iiltagonisr.i to over iind cht- stump auiiinst him at tins uriM.-i. bin chanees of. aucce.-vs would be iti-eHl.ly diminished. HB con- I crnls the maciiiuery of It'Hguu. and IH just uow it, -.vithout any one lieinif on the to A criticism or ob- jection. Advices from tiie cities yosteniay. hiitvever. itjita that Hie deula- Kition of to America Pai-atti; IUIH tiad a marked in lurn- iug leiiiiiueiit a-.vnv iroui him. Dr. Kenny, one ji .Mj-. Purneil's sup- porters, bad soim-tuinir ro nay yestertuy in det'ense of his i-liief. may 'oe i lie rni-rits of th nuit in which Mr. Par- ueil iieen Dr. Kenny, -uiere is mi doiihc 'hat a seiaion nt the very ghut to net a tilow at him. bu voted for" tan roy-il ivm-acd chwi thiir. he would in with Raili- cKls, hut aiai wicni'iui ,iid not affect his ariiiui, and rhty are having their espied a fear that i wal.-rworkH.anii: outgjile of Parnell urs Kennv ail. former and i il the tad i l.itU niuu ipu -.vttii '.viiuiii iu I UlLll Ril- W.T. .t d 'U JOU Ceutnki A.7tmue for Pa- J. W., Ceuwr TruutJ.Whjpj, Buffmo Ten iliUeiiB-intiSloutfi j. 17 Third mtreel, j Faviiionabie TjuLor. bccntlBBaen will an-t it u, uieir advantage u> call on oetore If H. CAHf CO., Lion supplies. Oil i.lotlu, VVaru. A jpe il OL1XB, men blank-buoka. leilKera, all kiutls of blanks done Prutiiiit Campaiir, and Second Car. Thurtl BuiTalo Dealer ID Vrramte, Marble, oilding Stnue. -m TM T and J Front M'hiaty, Winet, Liquor dtoro for Pamily Cue. ROBKKT Me it AY, Liou street, near the   301 Central Are. (Uf. ,7 Liinurance auii Heal SdUiu Fire. Life. Accident, and LITB itoci loiorance. Proinpr attention -pvin to buying uiU selling Estate. WNE i BISHOP, orney a and iiS Ceniral Avenue. ri -t C. JONKh. L Thml su, oor. Deer. h.iceinor Ueai Murtei. rresb, Salt -uiotod MeaU, Lard, ann Poultry. W AC. Bay the Aurora Railroad Watch. Itituunng .1 specialty. Frank r. Stapf. SI K. Thinl at. MOCKER. Merchant Tailor, 6 Ceutral Arenne TAKE NOTICE. nt- ynu art- i Mi 1 in.iiie ,-i Murif-y iniu .lui he event ol i iif i-fl ill'' m yu- uf -he con- .thoulii'- will rie in .111 Irish oxecu- -iVH. tn an Irish [lurMumaui. .sUn-ii :11 pmvi'i- LO settle t.he iuiiii Mr. Mi-t'arihy went to r llliMlstom1 ami m-ide 'he.-ie proposais my thiit if thi-w. !iu- fun-it-, rerire from nillj- llc Mr. 'Mudst.-iiie bus rt-plleit that be will not iinid any commun.ca; inn -.vith me HH .etidi-r ui '.lie piii-ty. Mr no; 'ir -the same were before Harcoiirr.. iviii) replies that under no ciirrinmxtaiices vili tie ve any wbarever. now ir ro any jiarry. Remem- Mr. is :o br your leader when 1 dies. Tbe -ijime mau !i.-ts tie- r.hHt his limitu on riome rule are iii-m. If Harconrt ever into pnwor lie -vili you Sorjii and of ooei-cioii. S snuv Har- ui-i '.-.-th do for yi'it. wlmv l-J-ladsioue f'ui :uul vvnat Morfry iviii (to. I inow IHTH :s not it -iiiigU1 one of the lot ro be nusifd unless von rrust If I uu you f should like ro leave you f; is hot ,-i fair thnm to me ro :isk rnn to -ee within sij-ht -if tjit- promised hind 1 should COUH- with yon. having so rar. uiuil %-ou are absolutvly .sure llt-iand. ami 1 can :io TEn- Mr. Mct.'arrliy Parnell. He explained his visir to Mr. loadstone, t-iiaiist -ne toid him he rcarMted 'be diMirgarrizatuin of Iri.sn paity. four, he not rutfiird him as "he party, and therefore couid not ireat with iiiui. He woutfl offer no suuiiestion. sitm no documenr. give no messaue co be oon- ,-yed to die parly. He said he could HOI uan -loxvu; llko Fae onse aa amount- of tupieasstu, other promiutut -.hat f-liu; aeveral propux-il mai' iuiHieiie'l there. ;y. nouihly Harinsttoii ami the Duch ehesti-r. whose iniimacy has muti.-r uf antoriety '.viih ;iny ilotnnien :iiiitit mitfh: uo! b if rhose conct-rntHl. Mr. McCarthy al.s whn not s i H prnnii.-.t- ni ber. lju simply said :hat numii'psto iny oerr.aintv by someone .1 .-.-111114 residing .1 mile [rum ail of aid- iiili iii the -i-iirrh of tbe sscuped pris- one'-.-.. iiume before diiviiijht yeaterday in.irninu and found Dave Xicely uudi-r ai-me bay iu Furners stable with In.- -inn arm brokcu. Me -ly aur- renden-'l truuiiie. Ht- .linusi t-.eati ti-oiii e.xposui-e, being iLiniv clad and suiferitig groat pain fi-oiu While ej-capina. he feii TTOITI ibi- rMim, his und an :n-iu. liiK carried him to1 stable, -.-crated him and aban- Jiiueu him. Dave says his thr-ae. com-i iiiiiiiima -.vr.'-r. more ar less injured w'uili- fscnni'ig. but that- they are now -aft- tr-im their purauere. Joe Queer, the' -M-.-iping prisoner, who fell from tha rop i -if r.he .jail 'he ground, ia gaid to be dy-j nig r'ri.in .iijuriBs received. L.i the pursuers who martad out mornlnij has just returned the story that ffeyner and I Hambersom imve been traced to a c.-iva In _ the Mioiint.Hin juht over ihe Weitmoreland j county line, where are surrounded. They had .tmmunitiou and food i tiiace.1 tlnre in advance, and much difll- culty will be in tailing tbem. j There is now nn doubt that Keyser and HambBr-iojn. who ware charged with trivial otfi-iises in rhe deep laid plot to i rescue 'lie Nii-t-iw-. ctuiimittwl the offenses with the object m view of being placed in jail no rhey could assist In the twrape. "The leaders, outside of Gladstone are nini clu-.vu. for ai.-ti like Miin-our' furl tiiat Pai-'uili ia -ibuvc rln-u, mil tljut in nm-iianiBiit uei-n.es tiieir lail lo sea Morlt-y am; ueml unil hiri prej-em- inrtuenci--.. ummo a to the being counted with the opposition funds might he lot-ki'd up for itn intlHli- i aite peno.1. in which event the opposition i would be compelled r.o rely an the money now being seturwl in CJu ITniteii States to maintain and conrinnu the plan of cam- paign. L'pim the receipt from the Cnited Press of Parnairs speech ro the meeting of his followers it was read aloud to r.be envoys. At the uruii-liisiini .Mr. O1 Briun said: "NTs have to say in reply. We have hud our any and it us proper that Mr Pfirnel! should iiavc- iiia. We have rakeii our pii.siiiiin -lnd we st.iind by it. Nothing bar, so tar developed ro warrant us HI re- cediui.; Lroui iinvtiiing -.ve have said." It wng evident- from rhe tenor of the late dispatches that the envoys would be com- pelled remain here another duv. ami at 11 o'clock they separated for their respea. rooms. I us one ef most prominent oi Hiiid recently, it has uot beyond i point where it is to diar.iisH the i relative merits of public, and private undertakings of Hucb n nature. He Cbautauijiiai.s an iipproximalo i model town in dome features, comparing I it with Piillmim. He any a: j The of Chau- j lau-jtia deserves a long ariicle, and it i furnishes us useful a atufiy for tiie re i former as any inmiuitjim with wbirb lam familiar. Without uivinir it mdis- 1 criminate prsiae. even while criticising :-iome feuturea. I run continuiilly forced admire it as an economic j i j NTo land in but only leaned, and i thin is iu the interest of ihi: comtminity aa.-ia whole, because it can from it's ch rter afford no private pron't. Privileges are Iciu-ed for ahort terms of i years, leu or lifteen. Complete control ifi kept of tlie cntin; witer front, docks i incliKicd. In this manner it ia possible An Albany dispatch states that the _ Citizens' Club of Jami-stown, a social because' mirrei'i'dcr'-d" o ganization. has been incorporated. I increment" accrues ;to. This is tin; third Citizens' Club ulioiit it is repni-Ted will lie hat uf Lord uf Man- unsr been a hes 111-, faruell. ir poiatsd r.he montiia O'Shea. Th.iw w, tUftt they nee otiier. and rn   York. DKSIONii A.ND HSTIMATKH t mi -JH llHrl-vviiiiil 7 CENTH.U. AVK. Dry Goods and Carpets. 4DAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, AMltniCAS BLOCK. 396-402 Main Street, BLFF4LIK M Y- READY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS TRADE If von us an-, find Ihi- 'li'-Hiin.-in j their full 'In in: maw -p v in tlirrc will lie a NHrniticcnt iif fiK1 Inirlluui al the political etfei'i more timn .--mir of umoii ro O'Shoa IH ubuiir aeli. IE PARNELL'S ULTIMATUM. A CANARD. Snlo ef tbt- Movr Turk Win-lit Denied by Mr. Pnlltzar. Y-iiiK. DI-I-. dispatcher from YorK :o papers In various '--rii's imve within the last few .my-, unit. Joseph Pulitzer has mid The World and The World building to Umiriie ChililH.'and Anthony .1. Drexel of Plrilndi'iyliiu ulionr Sl.5u6.000. At Mr. Pulitzer's honseyesterday morn- ing his personal representative assured a reporter -if the Cnit-ed rhut there was absolutely no trnth in the story. A PhibuiHhihia special BUV.I: "George W. Guilds .iimi yesterday morning in reference to rhe report that he with hia friend. Banker A, J. Drexel. had bought j the New York World: There is nothing Innludert In NVvr Homo Rule BUI. I..INDOS. Dec. i-The Pail Mall Guzetr-e ihat. Mr. Pnrneli in the ultimatum ui Mr. Gladstone, mentioned in yestfir- day morning's Telegraph, adhered to hia former ttntvmpBi that tha aspirations of the pr'ipln of Iit-lnnd irere endangered hy the proposals made in the conversations which took place at. Hnwar-ien. and tried i M prove rhat concern for the points in- voh-ed !n those imuveniiitinns wrw his gov- erniiiw motive. i He siijtcpHted in ultimatum Mr. Gladstone plcditp to include in i t-hp next home rule 'ml rhe points which I he 'Parnell considers essential to ira sue- 1 cess. thia event he said he would con- aider advisabiiitT of from his positum is head of the Nationalist j parry. j Mr. Gladstone. The Gazette says. not notioed. nor does he intend to notice, this Tvritfjjie of Parnell. al.sdMBn- .--ir NV. Harfourr. I t-iiat, JIL- w .uld sior naake kiuti to ,-iuy mem- :n ot Mr. uld not in the story. I have not purchased The Worlii and have no of doing so. More than this. I know that Mr. Pulitzer hus no desirp or intention of Ceiling hia property.' Mr. Anthony .1. Dn-.tei, in answer to an inquiry sent to his private office, wrote: 'There :B no trnth in it-, n lie out of the whole cloth.' TH.T. has in imiisea i-or. tairie ami Till strcrt. a ttnt- ioi- mprn- eiiitioiiH. aUo Cb  Bulful') mointy at. MUI- pri'n's of riDVcities ill Sti-nniship Overdue. GLASBOW. Dec. The non-arrival of the Anchor iinu steamer Ethiopia. Cape. Wilton, which left Xe-vv York on 18 for thia port, is the cuum of con.siderahis ansieiy. Tin- iidtUh steamer Pniasiaa. Capr, i.'alverr. fr-mi Enstim, Mov. :a. ar- rived iu the morainif anil reports- having nothing of the mute- ing at sainer. Vote to Expel LONDON. Dec. It is staled by prnmi- j neut members of the National Liberal club that tlie mimmittee will undoubtedly repor at the ni-jeririif in favor oV i rhe proposal toexpc: .Mr. from the! el u ii Santa The jolly old chap will load up hia i pack this year at our store. Toys with- j out number and at all prices. Dolla to please the little yirls. Fancy goods Elegant things in china ware, vases, I piueh 20003, etc. We haven't the spare to enumerate half thu goodg. Oue thing is certain! We can sell you just the thing you want at just the price you wish to pay. "THE FAIR." House Furnishers. Hotel Brunswick For rftde. This property will be sold upon (-a.sy U-rmn. J, U. VAsBriiEX SON. Dun- kirk. .N. Y. Don. Frazer of tbe Western Union ecureil a posi- tion with the D. A. V. P. R R. Dr. Fi-nncr is in town. He will re- main until after the Hunker banquet. Remember Dr. Fradenburjf's lecture toniabt. Tbe grading in front of tbe Town Hall is completed, and Dean, tbe atone sidewalk man. is putting in a fine piece of walk in front of the building. A. Burlmc wialim to announce to the public in general, and pain-inn m ulnr, llmt he purchoaeil hiuidiug fnr- t merfy occupied be 11. H. Jlnllcu, 5S Eam llttcd it mi in tlrat-cJiuie onier and in pn-parea Ui do tfrsu-ilana Thanking lor past patronaife, I wliiut a share I nl the (uture. Ewpnctlullir, ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, Bl-OfK. lived arm O. K. Turner's Suic.s Wiltmt. Mav......... Corn. Mav_______ P< irk. May Oil High. Low. O. 00 to A wi iu mirkinif Ifir Peraonn pmfttrreil can rurrneti a liuriH! i their whniu ame U) UIB liueinesn. j momimtn may bn profltablv emniuyiifl amo. A Ic'w rnuaiiRiea in towns anil c.itlcn.' B. F. Johnson Uo. avxi Main-lit.. Kie.hmoml, Va. IDLE MONEY Invested so as to yield ten peri cent per ann am. can! he withdrawn at any time.! Send for prospectus. New York Stock Trust, i 6 WALL STREET, SBW TOBK. RODKHICK il. SMITH, Manager. C.C. PEN FOLD Importer. HT., BfiFFALO. N. V. A USB OP MAIN BCFKALO, .V. Y. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and Fixtures rSPAPERf   

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