THE GAZETTE: TIFTON, (U., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY lsi, 1892.
ALL SORTS OF THINGS.
FOUND GOING THE ROUNDS OF THE
1'Licit, l'oii.li-* nn4 Vow» It.mil L»,c-nle»)I,
MatwI-Som.IhluKi.r lafaM tu
Kvmry daunt. licu-Ier.
Every vote cast In the South for
third party candidates is that much
help to the Republicans in their des
perate efforts to hold on to power
and to perpetuate the evils by
which the country is so" sorely afflict-'
ed. 1 . ; ■
Two weeks of beautiful weather
have started a smile. The ugliest
man in our town looks better. Let
die weather roll until the smile grows
to a broad grin, and the gush and
' glow of epriag time supplants-the
gloom and growling of icy old win
Try BUCK.OmUOHT In Ur DyrptjxU.
One month ol the year 1892 is
gone. What (have you done towards
improving iHhe condition of your
town or section ? If you- have not
jet done anything it 1* time you had
started out. Iteraember that towns
doiriot grow (voluntarily; they are
McElru'f WWE.OF.CAHnUI ft* famate dlw.
If .the dcmooratic farmers of Geor-
gift.allow the.jpdliticiang to control
the dcmooratic sporty in the State it
1 will be their.own ifault. And then,if
-^or their on:n lolly and indifforenco
they get mad And go off to the third
party, they u'iilriwd that the politi
cians will control;thnt party also.
Miy BLACK-DRAUSHT ic.cure.
Two exhibit candoaded
ns products are .touring
Among the principal fi
exhibit is corn, in which
cent display Is,made. A table con
taining 180,890 .pieces of wood,
made by a Texas convict, out of
Texas wood, is also , in the exhibit,
and attracts considerable attention.
UteEtSEE'S WINE OE CAROM for Wok N.rr.k
if the South withe* to become the
Host prosperous section in the
os well asdic most pleasant,
her raise all iker uapplics at
c, diversify beriuioney drops and
her manufactories. This,
_ hr tlie'by s qMition.of the credit, sys-
Bcrrlrn the.Now South even
Jusg**irospcroas thm were our fore-
' jiarents in the possession of their
Iiordcs of negro Akuses.
t&'WIUE Of CASBIH, • T«nlc for W,
A great deal is ,«aid % the papers
when a promincntunaB is supposed
to have died from overwork, and
many arc thecelebna&cdsiantesquotod
. .ats victims in support of the theory
p Lnt underwork ruhin its thousands
S and tent of thousauda, mid scarcely
a ripple is left upon ithe .eurfscc of
human affairs. Thewcasnu is sample
enough, Nobody weeds to be re-
.iiiinded'liow dreadful is the havoc
that ensues from idleness, while ; in
the other ;«se thurch,abundant room
WHITE CAPS IN WORTH COUNTY.
Visit s Moll mad Woman nnd Hoot Thom
Unmercifully Wllh Twisted Hoiks.
Auiasv, Febra.ary 5.—From Mr.
Aim Champion, Of Worth county,
who was in the city to-day, your cor
respondent learned of the operations
of a band of white caps who have
undertaken to punish all who come
under their displeasure..
Some time since a farmer by tho
name of Thomas Ireland and his
wife fell out and separated. Ireland
left his spouse in ‘ possession of their
home, and went himself to live in
the tenant house on the . premises.
While residing there Ireland secured
the services of Miss Josephine Cham
pion as lus cook and housekeeper,
arid Reomed to be getting on very
satisfactorily to himself, when on the
uight of the 23rd of JajAiary, while
lie was siek, ho was visited by the
regulators, who, lieiiuf denied admit
tance, broke the doyf down with a
fence rail, and, rjdshing in, throw
light wads of cotton saturated with
kcroseno bn tlte-floor.
Ireland was polled, out of bed,
and witli Mis/ Champion, was taken
to a branch somo distance away, and
subjected to a torriblo beating.
Twelvo men struck him twelve blows
each, with a plow line doubled four
times. Ho was then knockocL inson-
siblo with a heavy walking stick.
Tho mol) thon attempted to denude
Miss Champion, preparatory to giv
ing her a similar dose, but stout re-
sistatice and loud screams brought
assistance from several neighbors,
whose advent upon the scene caused
the white caps to decamp, not, how
ever, before thoy had given Irolaud
warning to return to the bed and
board of his wifo within ten days,
leave the country, or bo killed.
Ireland chose the seoond alterna
tive and came to. Albany last Mon
day night, in his Night from tho ven
geance of tlie white cops. It is said
he was literally flayed alive, and it
was with tho greatest difficulty he
accomplished his departure, owing to
his bruised and bleeding oomiitMti.
It is said that tho men who com
posed tho mob were recognised by
both Ireland and Miss Champion,
and thoy are to be prosecuted to the
full extent of the law by Miss Cham,
pion’s large family connection. The
scene of tho outrage was in the
southwest eorncr of Worth county,
near the lino of Colquitt:
No healthy person need fear any dam
gerous consequences from an atlook of
la grippe if properly treated: It is much
tha same as a severe cold And requires
precisely the samo treatment. Itemalu
quietly at homo and take Chamberlain's
Cough Kcmody as dlrcctod tor a severe
cold and a prompt and complete recov
ery is sure to follow. This remedy also
counteracts any tendency of la grippe to
result in pneumonia. Among the many
thousands who have used It during the
epidemics of the post two years we bavo
yet to learn of a single case that has not
recovered or that has resulted In pneu
monia. 85 and 50 cent bottles tor sale
by tho Tifton Drug Store, and Peters &
Order to Perfect Service.
AuuETiioxrwjx,I, Libel far Divorce In Her-
v». !' rlen Kii|«!rior Court,
lUx Tmixi'ao.v. ) ikt-.U-r Tonu, 1S0I.
It nppMriug; to the Court liy the return of the
Sheriff, In the above itnteU euro, that the *le-
fondanttluea nut rctido In udd cuuuty; audit
further amirarlng that ho din not reside hi said
State: It fa therefore ordered liy -heCourt, that
service I* |*rrrctod on the defendant hy the
publication or this order onoe n month for four
months heron the next term of this Court, tr. the
•nrrox Oszitfre, a neaspuper pabllalieil in «er-
rion county, (leonrta.
1'rKi'Llta « Hm.il,
Urnnled: Atm. Ii. it,'
, Petitioner* Attorneys.
Iasskm., Judge S. C.B.C.
A true extract from tho minutes of Berrien
Superior Court, October IV no. ini.
(I.W. MOOIIK. Clerk.
This Koretuber 4th, ISM.
Order to Perfect Service.
\V. J.Ionxbu., ) Libel fur lllrorce In Ber-
va. } rlen HU|wrlor Court,
IMXA CnsxXLL.) Oetpl wr Term, 18111.
It spiwaiine u> the Court hy the return of the
Sheriff, fit tlie shore stated ease, that I lie defend
ant due* nut reside In aald county; nnd U farther
appearing that bo dins not reside In said Bute:
It Is thorcfnro urdnred by the Court tluat service
be perfected on tlie defendant by thopublleattun
of this order onoo a month, fur Tour mouth* lav
fate the next term of till* Court, In tho Turns
Gaxkttk, a newspaper published In llerrhm
1'KEi'i.itB a: ItiTcii. Petitioner's Attorneys.
Grouted: Atm. II. IIamoxl, Judge 8.C.B. 0.
A true extract, from the minutes of Berrien
Superior Cimrt, October term. 18U1.
G. W. Moults, Clerk.
Thbt Kovembor Snd, 1801.
M. W. GASKINS,
GENERAL - MERCHANT,
- • ' m. I.'
Extends a Most Cordial Invitation
'-.i ■ - ■ i • •
To tlie People of tho Town nml tlie BurroumUng Country to Pay
Him u Visit at His New nml Elegant Store.
His Specialties will be—
Order to Perfect Service. ,
IV. H. Btunk. l. Libel for Dlynrco In Horrlen
v».‘ > Superior Court,
Louisa Bros 1;.) Octolnir Term, 1891.
It apixmring; to tbo Court by tho return of tho
BberlUt In the ftbovn stated case, tlmtthedefend*
aut does not reside hi Mid county; and it fur
ther apitcarlng that ho does not ruHhte In »uld
BUte: It U tlicreforo onlerud hy tho Court, that
service bo jierfpcted on tho dofemUnt hy tho
l>ut>llc«t!on of thin order onoe a month, for four
month*, before the next term of thin Court. In
tho Tirrox OaxKttk, ft newBpftjior imbUiheu in
lkrrion county, Ueorgla.
1'KEYLIM S Ihroii. Hotltlnnor'* Attorney*,
Grunted i Auu. H. HAnhku., Judge B. C. B. C.
A true oxtnict from tho minute* of Harriett
Bunortor Court, October term. ltwi.
G, W. MoultK, Clork.
This November 4th, 1S91.
Ucceiver Sparks’ ttoport.
Tlie r*|>ort of the itaeeiver of tbo
^wa^ajguthcrn Florida rail
road showed that thejtrwsm rmnriwgs
of that road for the six aitonthn, Jane
H0 to December SO,wore |fr}L,80&.82.
t The operating expenaesi ftgr the name
road in the same time vwere *2LV
On the Macon sad .Fimlngfcam
■ rood the gross earnings scene tiZr
023.45, and the operAtb'g expenses
This allows that both .voods have
paid operating cypoGscsv.and that h
the case of the Gecifga howthtm and
Florid* a wide margin u Jeftamplj
euffieient for the pay mom, «f iater-
• est on bond*.
BRomrs non ojrrm
ludlfctiee, Ulhawms, Kate.
smanSMS. ts»A Gessr-n 1 . ferfaig. Ph.«t-
u nnowtaetia U. AllAealetswtill
rather peenlkr rqqaest wu
of Governor Xonfion Thnrs-
y. lie was waited os ftp a «*m-
inittee of colored ettieen*, tvho said
they represented the Colored Peo
ple's liberiwi Etai gratia;: Society.
They presented a pefttivn reciting
the loyalty of the negaoias to the
union, but tbelv greater Jove for the
of their forefathers, and wound
l»y asking the govereoaoo fnniish
Roriety with traspeemtiou to
of the d*#fe*s»atimMiV
qwirae, he 4*d9*t-Mo.
Plr*t llluotl In Tilt* Year** Gutartiutorl*)
Nortlicn is tho man.
Tlie Georgia Weekly Press Asso
elation will support him for re-elec
There is no man in tho State who
is bettor posted regarding tho policy
of tho weekly press of Georgia than
Charles 1>. llarkcr, the corresponding
secret ary of the association.
“’ITie association will support
Norihen for re-election," said Mr.
Barker this morning. “Fully ninety-
five per cent, of tho papers lielong-
ing to tlie association have an
nounced their intention of support
“Tliero will lie no candidate from
the National Prohibition party and
Xorthcn is tho man. There arc now
only two ■papers in tlie association
that are opposed to Ills re-election
and the paper* not supporting ’ him
will do so at the proper time ”
The Geor gia Weekly Press Asso
ciation now numbers about two
hundred of the most influential week
ly papers iir. tJw, .State and their
present jnmitum shows conclusively
the high estoun iu wliich Governor
Northen hi held.—Admits Herald.
MeEiree’s Wine of Csrdu!
■d THEOFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT or*
tar sale by the following mrrchanU is
J. <\ GnoJumx, TUton.
H. H. Tift.
rtnhli* ”«1 Ass, Atls!.
M. t. Mv AfUlan, .luspshs.
C. |. Jfinia.
Vi. IL khUt: JlCa, Ss*!»Ulc.
It smMsrlus t
BlisrliT. in tbo si
uni flees not res
Rule to Perfect Service.
C. B. Colk, ) Libel for Divorce in Harriott
v*. \ Buuorlor Court.
MAttv CotsR. J OctolKir Torm, VSS\,
to tho Court hy the return of tho
Above si*toil ch*o, that tho defend-
rouble in Rftid county; and It further
annff itmt ho doea not rouble In said HU
therefore ordered by tho Court that service
lie perfected on thedoftmdaut hy the |m hi I nation
of Chi* order once a mouth, for four montiia Ih>-
foro tho next term of this Court, in the Tiktox
Gaakttk, ft nawfljtaiHir published In Horriuu
I'KKi'LK* A IftTOK, 1‘etitioner’* Attorney*
Granted: Auo. M. IIaxmku., .luilgo 8. C.B. (!,
A true extmet from the minutes' of Herrlen
Bunorior Court, Oetoher term. lKul.
(). w. Moour, Clerk.
TI.U November 2nd, 1891.
Berrien County Tax Sales
Will I* Hold iteforo the oourt house door in the
town of NuhHvIIIo, unhl state and cmmty, jie>
tween tlie lepntl hour* of ante on the Unit Tue»<j
* t March next, the following jiroport *
One house and lot In tho town of.
tl hv lands of H. M. Iievaue. Mm, I
onrth stroot and J. K. I’ecjdc*. Ixivlod on
II. *■ tun vii siiuub ni... —
tlie pro|Mirty of C. (). Hwriwr hy virtue of a
„.fa. lfMiuotlhytha tax eoUecthm for hi* state
anil county tax for the year Hint.
Also, at tho saute tlmo atidtilaee, ono store
K i and lot in the town of Adol, iniundcd by
of I.. M. Keiuton on tho north, If. V. MUey
on the ea»t, l*atten on tho south and Hnllroad
street on the wcat. Ijovledon a* tho property
of Numlmuiu A Co. by virtue of a it. fa., Issued
hy tho tax eollector for their state and comity
tax for tho year ltWl.
Also, at tho same time and place, one-half in
terest in four acres of land located near the cen
ter of lot mim1*cr 07, in the ninth disulot of
Herrlen county, having a conimlMsary Innim*,
stock lot and south end of mill house on same,
nnd iMUindod on the west hy Georgia Southern
..-.i —..— »on oh tho pmjierty
a fi. fa. issued by
’or his state and county taxes
unn iHHiiiMun on me went ny i
and FioruU railriad. levied i
of J. H. OoitMott Inf virtue of i
the tax oolfocuir for his state i
for the year 1WH,
same time and place, two shares of
■ i, <v
Ac. r Ao,
There Is no House In Town having such a Complete Assortment and
Carefully Selected Stock of Goods.
He carries nearly ovcrythlnn: which constitute a pcneral stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Heavy
Groceries, etc. Hin stock ik all fresh v aml a visit to hi* store will tie mutually beneficial to pur*
chasor amt seller.
' Bond to him for any and everything you need.
Mitchell W. Graskins,
TIFTON DRUG STORE
ICkki-s a Full Suiti.y <iv
TOILET AND FANCY ARTICLES,
Fine Perfumery, School Books and Stationary.
Lamps of Every Description.
PAINTS, * OILS * AND * VARNISHES.
The moal select alook ot Tolmccoa and Clgam In tho city.
My cu.tumcra can be aorved wllh good Havana cigars.
I call special attention to Prof. Dextcr’H Catarrh Cure, Alnfflc Ilnjni
Kidney nnd Llvur Cure. Lung Ueaturer, Mi-Nincrlu llloud Ch-uusci
nml Kheunmtlc Cure. They arc proprietary mcillcfuas that are recommended
very highly (or tho purposes claimed (or them.
war FRESHEST AMD BEST GAUDEN SEEDS, all the year round.
Call and see me.
Tifton, G«„ April 22, 1801. J. C. GOODMAN - .
I.ocal Time Table,
Tskln* elTect January al, 18*1. Subject t»
change submit notice,
!« Milo I-IWt
West on la...
M ill W<mhI ..
“ l.ulaton .
*’ i’jbV Marsh..
*• Lulaton .
!.v Way crows
“ lVnrson ..
;• W Mile Dwt..
" Knl^nia .
Ar Tifton.. .
Lv Tifton. .
M l'oulan .
Ar Aliiany ......
i Moal station.
% 22ft pm
2 W) pin .
3 07 pm .
8 III pill .
3 2ft pm .
3 37 pm .
3 ft* pm .
4 20 put
i 8t«p on atonal.
• Daily, except Kunduy.
. Connect* at Altiany with feritmf ralfrilaiTof
Georgia, CotuuihUN Houthcni railway, and Havan-
n.nli, Florida and Western railway.
ConnecU at Way fin** with Savannah, Florida
and Wvntcrn railway.
JiirkmmvtUo and Hi. laiuU lhillaian palaco
Mcppiim car uixm train* No*. 3 and 4.
C. 1). Owf.nh. j. MclH'niR,
Trafilc Stanancr. G. 1*. A.
K. W. ANiiiF.lt, A. CL 1». A.
SUWANNEE RIVER ROUTE.
BIG BAlIIGA-BSTS !
Echodulo in Effect January 3,1693.
11:00 a. ui.
2KXi p. m.
8:46 p. til.
11 Sift "
18X) a. ui.
T JO 44
44 Irfvko rity
iso. at ...
stock In tli» Adol Hriok
and brick warehouse.In the town of Adel,
win. Ley led on a* the proimrty of J. J. Parr lull,
hy virtuo of a fl. fa. issued hy tlio tax collector
for bl* state nnd bounty tux for the year inn.
Also, at the samo time amt place, otto hundred
and forty acree of land, more or less, of lot mini-
lier 334, in the ninth district of said county,
iMinndod on the north and vast hy a creek, south
by u dividing line ami west by nrbibuil lino,
levied on a* the proiicrty of T. F. iJlcs hy vir
tue of a ii. fa. issued by tlie tax collector for bis
state and county tax for tbe year 1WH.
Also, at tiio same tlino nnd place, one house
and lot In the town of H|mrks, iniundcd on the
iMirtlt hy an alley, cast by lands of J. L. Ingram,
south hy Main street and west h.v street. Levied
on as the property of J. A. riark hy virtue *»C n
fi. fa. issued liy tho tax collector for his state and
county tax for tho year W»l.
Also, at tho samo time ami place, a house and
tot In tho town of Sparks, bounded on the north
i ty lands of J. J. Klncath, cost hy lands of J. L.
ugram, south hy Main street, west hy lands of
L L. Parrish, l/ivled on as the proiicrty of J. F.
’arrish, agent for B. Waxollmtun A Hon and A.
flibinn Si Co. by virtue of a ft. fa. Issued hy tho
tax collector for hi* state and county tax for tho
ThoAliovc levies made and retumvd to us by
n, H. 0QOtt, lawful constable, this February 3*1,
MW, 1). W. 7imk, Sheriff II. C.
J. (1. MgCkakik, Deputy Hherlff.
To *11 whom it may nonoern s W. K. lamb has
appltod Ut tlie undersigned, in duo form, for let
ters of adminlssratbin on Ute estate of W. D.
flrifUn. wU of said county, deceased s and 1 will
4 _ “ ‘ * In’in '
I hum u|mn the same at my otiioe I
the r~“ “* —•* — 1
i Nashville on
first Monday In March next. Given under
To all wlunu It n*»y Ootu*rn: B. Wliitchnrst
has applied to the undersigned, in duo form, for
leave to aell dm lamls Menclnie to the estate of
Leon P. McKinney, late*, jiihl county, deceased,
and 1 will um« utnin tailutne at wy office In
Nashville on tbe first Monday in March next.
Given under my fund snd official signature, this
February 1st, l*V- Y. M. Hmitii,
To ail whom It may concern: fscvi Bapp, ad-
mlnistrat/w of IL N. Bapp, late of said county,
deceased, bar spjJlwt to the nmlersl^iNi, iu iltto
form, for tetters of dlsmltoton from sabl admit**
bit ration, and 1 will pas* upon the Mine at my
office in Nashvllir *m the iltst Momhty in May
next. Given urikrmy hami and official sIko*-
ture, UUo January 4, UW.
Y. M. SMITH, Ordinary,
To all Whom ft tony fwnuarn j H. F. Guthrie
—V Knees Q r Button, admiaiMrators of the e**
t of a. j. Button, rate of eakl esiunty, do-
I«n,Uae,. B g i «wm a ^ < jq, &
ceased, bate applied to Ute
form, far lettwx of rttsadssi.
Mujtm.l uinn tfwfcr mjr I
To ail whom it rosytart;
makes atndkatkm tc the emkt
form for permanent let tars of t
cleJ signsturc, this
V-ti. BKmr, OrUntr,.
litre’s a Bargaf a for Seme Max
A spUoxibl fam ri tM acme, threw mil
wick Ah« VVcrem-u tr.ilrwv4. Tkr
ams ft* cvW'iilf *
ffon*l water Slid I
he hfw. ai a AssrUh
Ai»p4yto M JL~
SHOES AND HATS.
I carry n lull lino of Dry-Goodw, and am
Helling Winter Goods away Below Cost to
make room for a splendid Bummer Stock.
BY FANCY GROCERY AND HARDWARE DERARTMERT
Is fully stocked with the best goods.
TIPTON, OA., Aagust 37, 18*1.
H. H. TIFT.
The Singer Manufacturing Company^
THE BEWIH0 XASEINE XANVFAOTU&EBS Of TEE WOBLS.
Now offer three entirely different Now Family .Sewing Machines—
OSCILLATOB, VimtATOK AND AUTOMATIC (sillgiu tiirC-ad).
In oU-gnnt, omvcaii-ut ami artistic ctthim-t work, witli new jmteiited stand
and aii the latest attacluneiits and modern ));:[)rovumeutx.
W. H. C. OLIVER,
Agent for Berrien, Colquitt, Worth and Irwin
umrulhK train* on f'vutral. ItoiitkareUcni, (ieur*
gla, Kiuit TvnuoHMts Virginia and Georgia nnd
Macon and Hlrmlnalmm rstlrvad*.
So. s leave* Moron after arrival ut incoming
aftcrniMin tiaiu* on the Ontral. B*)uthw«*tern,
Maron ami Northern and Grurda railroad*, and
connect* at Palatka for St. Augustlno and all
mdnts in Kant and South Florida, anti with tho
tin: St. John* snd Ockhwalia rivet ideumcra.
III UNO NOUTIL
ft:46 r,. m.
7.40 p. m.
6 hi) * 4
" Ijvkc i lly
8 .-O0 44
10 M 44
u in 44
12:44 a. W.
1:1ft p. m.
' No. *2 leaves PuUtka after nrrivaVfMt West In*
din mall from Tamita and numects at Macon,
with all outgoing arteriumn train* on Central,.
Soutliwceteru, Mswm and .Northern, tsewvgia^
leant TcuncaHee, Virginia atui Georgia and Macon,
and lllrmlouhiun tailmail*.
No. 4 leave* I*alatka after arrival of trains
from St. Align*!Inc and paint* In Kant and South
Florida nnd mimed* at Macon with all outgoing
mornliiK train* on Central, Southxestern,Mama
and Northern, Georgia, and Ktul Teunreoee, Vir
ginia and Georgia ralinadff. Coiiitvvtbm for
voAtiWuleii trekt Iwtwccn Atlanta and Warldng-
ton, D. C.
til truina arrive and «lc|«rt from union dej«d*
at Macon and Palatka
Eiegaut aleephig care will Iw run on trek* N«k
3 and No, 4.
For further InfomikUon apply to agrnta at
Junction iMilnts or to
L. J. llAUIUH. L. r. CANOVA,
Ticket Agent, Macon. Ticket Agent, Palatka.
II. lltmNH, JAS. MKNZIKS,
Trav. Pan*. Act, Macon. Gen'l Agt, Palatka.
A. (*. KNAPP, Traffic Manager.
Scheduli hi Effect January 3,1892.
It^l Dowii" Bi vtion*.. Uead Up7
5:4ft a. m.
400 •• ••
TM *• “
3 lift •• ••
40:2ft “ *•
IX M p. m
12 ‘JO “ ••
I « ‘
Lv Msmn .Ar.
“ Uaslla “
u Odeasa “
5:15 p. m.
430 »♦ »»•
3 -jfi *4 ..
300 « o
t:45 M **•
I £20 *' 44
U;W .. o.
I2.«S ** * 4
U30 a. m.
10 JO *• “
to .m “ 44
ronnmion In I'nbm lb»i*ot, Macon, Ua., with
.. - ' Virtdusta.I ^
G, S. * V. IL K. tor'
, Lake air. Pa-
All oi-rfcrs for machim-*, attachments ami ucc llcs will receive prompt ami
efficient attention. AfWress all orders to
O, OLIVER, Agent,
. TwtiRJC, .gKAUIKX CoUSTV, OsilBltU.
I have 4
lutka, St. AugonMiH) and Florida; V. YU
H. for Savannah, MHUnlgwUlc and Eatonton; S.
\V. H. U. for Aiuetieus, Albany and Kaf&ttU; M.
N. U. It. lor Madiwm. Athens and lad«, a«ii
fnttds ivNyoud; ttoorgia- Uaifcutd for Sj
MtHedgevulft and AagtifU, aa«l all txdni
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