The San Antonio Light (San Antonio, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 43, Ed. 1, Tuesday, May 22, 1883 Page: 1 of 4
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The San Antonio Lig
Vol. I.-No. 43.
San Antonio Texas Tuesday May 22 1883.
Ten Cents a Week.
Caution to Consumers of Coal Oil.
BSfThli company from thU date will not handle IliHurmico Oil and INiro-
lllio'for the following reasons i Insurance Oil Tank Co. who claim to own
these Trade Mark brands have not during several years past had any regular source of Oi'
supplies but have received Iiisiiranco Oil and PtirolillO from sources where they
could buy cheapest without refrurd to quality. IiiHunuico OH is simply
nny quality ol Water White oil. Consumers havo no truitruntco of its Fire
Test or purity. Furolilio is sirnpiy any quality of 74 Gasoline. As Gasoline
varies great y in purity consumers should only buy under the proper-name of 74 0 Gas-
oline and then be sure the goods are guaranteed by responsible parties. The quality ol
Insurance OH and PurollllO which has been furnished by Insurance Oil Tank
Co. has almost entirely stopped the demand but we wish to warn intended purchasers we
Will not ho responsible for these brands. Very Respectfully
WATERS PIERCE OIL COMP'T.
CALCASIEU LUMBER TIRO
East Commerce Street adjoining Sunset Railroad
T. 0 llox 288 Telcphono 231.
KRI2P CONSTANTLY ON HANI)
Consisting of Frnmlng Timber lloxlnir. Fencing Dressed FlwHng Siding Headed Celling
nil Finishing Lumber; also u full supply of Doors Sash llllii'ts Mouldings Shingles Dressed
nnl ItiKiirh Pinker of nil Patterns. Flastorimr Lath llurbod Wire. Mixed 1'iiliilB. nillldcrg
Hardware utid everything round lit 11 llrst-class lumber yard. Wo uro prepared to lurnlsb
special puis to order ui snort notice uoiug connected wun one ui inn largest nuns hi iiiu uuni'
Rough Lumber same price as Rough Texas Pine $25 per M.
San Antonio Lumber Co. A. T. Hensley Manager.
1 iiinmm 1 iMMDrn
IN ANY QUANTITY AT
JB2TD. steves & sonsrs
Yards ut International and Oreat Northorn Itailroad Depot nnd Galveston Harrisburg and
Bail Antonio railroad truuk East Commerce Street.
The best grades always on hand. Also Doors Sash Blinds
Mouldings Shingles Fencing Barbed Wire Fence Posts
Newels Stair Rails and Ballusters. Our lumber is of the finest
quality and unexcelled. We would invite the public to ex
amine before purchasing elsewhere. Ed Steves & Sons.
HIRE ME A HALL
I want to tell ubout the 11033 DAItO AIN3 to bo bad at
fSftElegont Dress Glnghnm at Hi 10 and 12ij conta.
JST'Liingtry Dross Lawns nt 5 conta per yard.
ESPLonsdalo Illcachcd Domestic yard wldo 8e.
FOREST NILL BLGiCIIRD DOMESTIC vunrrV
H. M A R QU A RT
Boot & Shoe Manufactory
ISTO. 17 SOLEDAD STREET
Opposite the oourthnuso Is whoro you can got tho best mill neatost HOOT AND SHOE In Ban
Antonio lor too least money.
Employs Only the Best Workmen
And In quality nnd prices defy competition. Always keops on hand h largo stock
HEADY MANUFACTUKISD QOOD8 of his own mako wbluli will bu sold at bottom prices
ALL OF REPAXRING
Noatly unil proui)tly done and satisfaction guaranteed. Glvo mo a trial.
J. H MAJB QUART Proprietor.
What the Editor nf the Georgetown Record
Nays of the Dovlne Judge.
Nat Q. Henderson has been In Sun Antonio
visited several bar-rooms nnd has a good deal
say nf tbo city In tho last number of tlio
Georgetown ltvcord. of which ho Is the ablo
editor. He thus writes of Judge Dovlne.
While In San Antonio wo bad tbo honor of a
very plaasant conversation with Judge Dovlne
one of tho oldest most useful and honored
citizens of that thriving ami romantic city. Ho
came thoro In 1R44 about 40 years ago iiml has
llvodhore continuously overknee.
When he Hist wein there 'hero wore only 15
white families. Tbo town did not contain over
'JOJ iiconle. all classes combined. Tho distin
guished gentleman has no v grown gray In
the service of his People his County and State
nnd can look back with prldo and satisfac
tion over mo long 1110 uu nag spent in Dun An
He has been ffrcatlr Instrumental In hi-lng-
ig ubout the present state of inospcrlty of
tliut city and la laved nnd honored by all Its
people usouu of tho fathcts of that historic
anil gratuity ucuuiitui empire town 01 tuo
iignty i esi.
In 18M !I0 yeais airo-ho was District Judge
of this county. While 011 tho bench here tie
ursisuw uoionoi icrrcn 01 Austin ami 1.010-
nel N. O. Green of San Autonlo-now comers
to this county. Since then tlio Judge has tilled
lUHny iiiinurianc iinsiiious 01 nonor nuu trust.
and has always tilled the samo to the satlBlno-
tlon of the people nf Texas. Ills name Is
iiown anu jionoreu tnrour'iiout 1111 Texas as
110 01 tiieirrauu ncrnes who assisico to lay
broad and deep the solid foundation ou which
she Is built I
lie Endeavors to Kiss the City Physician's
Wife anil Is Deservedly Whipped
Dr. Ilraunnngol CltyPhjslciun was on Sun
day called to attend 4ylra Mitchell. He drove
o her house In a buggy accompanied by bis
wife and on arriving at tho lady's residence
ho went inside the bouso leaving Mrs. Union
utigcl In tlio bugiry. Hmrtly afterwards the
doctor beard bis wife call him and ou going
outside ho found that a man had come up to
her and patted heron ttiu cheek nnd tried to
kiss her. and 011 her culling out be bad if one
olf. Dr. liruunuugcl Jumped Into tho buggy
ami loiiowou ine man; soon no came up wun
him and hotsc-whlpped him. Subsequently ho
was arrested by Ulllcer Westmoreland but he
showed tight and was knocked down. At tho
samo time Westmoreland's pistol fell from Hie
scabbard and one charge exploded causing
somo consternation in tho neighborhood but
lottuiiatciy doing no narm. ultimately
tbo man was got to tho city Juli.
Ho then gavo blsuuino us Joseph Common but
that Is said to be an assumed name Iloisovl-
lently u railroad man as u switch key was
uund upon him when searched. Tho man was
urrestod upon a former affidavit us tho doctor
iiiu not wish dis wue to uo inixcu up 111 any
such matter and as evidence upou this point
was not urougni lorwuru no eeaneu witu u j
line. It Is suld however that. In addition to
tho doctor's whipping the so-called Compton
wus somewhat roughly used by the police
owing to his resistance.
John I'ascoa In under arrest for stealing a
pair 01 shoes.
There Is to bo a llttlo urlvate nlcnto at tbo
Urenlno Comnlan and Adcla Medina have
u iiconso to marry.
Dr. Ilruunuagcl vaccinated a number of
scnoiars tins morning.
Juan llarrera is reported woukor this morn
lug and his death Is expected.
City Surveyor Smith to-dav made another
attempt to straiguieti ine Alamo piaza.
Tho scholars of St. Mary's school will havo
a picnic ut ine apt nigs 011 Tuursjay.
ii enirluo otf the IntornatimiHl track dp.
layed the trains 011 that road yesterday.
Slin Hart has abandoned his rod necktie
Ho does not want to be mistaken for a dude.
Julia Drown whose thumb was cutbv u
colored boy bus lockjaw and her life Is threat
Six cases were tiled In Justice. Shield's nf-
llee this morning. Ills monthly docket will be
cauou ou .Mouuay.
Mr. Abram S. Trigg Is In tho city endeavor
ing to organize u now council of the excellent
order 01 cnofon menus.
Mls Annie Align r. daughter of tho es-
teemed l'ost Coiiimuder Is roportcd to bo
seriously 111 wun luicriniiieut tevor.
Honry lthelnor. who had his hand In In mil
by tv circular saw la doing well but he will be
unmo to use uts nunu tor auverai uays.
The Dallas papers glvo Professor I'laggo
1110 crcuit tor appearing at tno sangenest
wuercas tue i-roiessur nus never loit town.
TKLKOHAI'IIIO NEWS llOII.UI) DOWN.
TllltKr. Inches nf snow fell veatenlar 11 1 To
A I.AItOK foret tiro Is rnirlnir near Wood-
vllle Now Hampshire.
rim. J. Pti:imii:nson ban retired from tho
cdltorshlD of tho Corpus Chrlstl CrlUc.
Till! contract for hiilldlmr tho new oncra
hnuao at Dallna has been Ut; estimated cost
N'KAIlI.vnll the l'lttshurir ool mines havo
resiimeiliitileen's und 40iX) minors havo re-
turned to work.
The Texas editors wero roiullv entertained
at Laredo yesterday by Governor A. C. Hunt
and the citizens.
ItKV. J. W. Al.t.tsoN. Presiding Kldor of tho
Methodist church 11 1 Waco. Is seriously 111 with
congestion of tho brain.
I) KA I woo P. DukolM. was vMted Saturday bv
storm and Hood. Several persons wero drowned
und the loss Is estimated at $0iX)(K.
HfitTATUN was visited hv 11 hmivv ruin vester-
dny and Uo colored lieopfo wero buptlzcd In the
uuiuoy uuyuu. r.ariy rouetuig eura sen lor 91
Mils. It. D. llllil.EV. diiushtcr of the late
rteniuor 11111 or ucorgia Uled yesterday Irom
Injuries received tit Jumping from 11 runaway
TlIK uostoHlco at tjirnlo will lie in.ulo a
sceond-claKS olllco after July 1. und then iinpll-
catits for tho position wilt beeome 111 oro numer
trouble was about a lrl with wliom they wero
lIUlll 111 1OV0
AT WahiiINCITON'. !).!.. .Ilnlu-o l.invreiieo bun
decided that the department has no right to
carry over nnea or puna or lines irom one con
tract to another.
A I'OUTlON ff the building shops of tho
I'cuiHtivunia ranroail at Jersey Ulty burned
Saturday night. Iiit nliimt $412U0U About
&.1U men tiirown out of employment.
I.AWVEit 0. M. IIuihikss. or Henrietta was
shot and killed by William Curtis of dun-
bridge yesterday. Two other men wero acci
dentally wounded by shots from Curtis pistol
Tuc President yesterday appolufd Samuel
iv . rcrgusuu on tue .m8iSM)pi uivor com-
mission; ltlchard IJtubor. Consul to San Illas
.Mexico; waiter I'.vhii 01 Keniucny unmmis
Blouer of Internal Itovcuuu ut tioulsvlllo.
A S.MALL.I'OX tiatlcnt. lames Klnir. esnnnnd
from tho uesthousoat Galveston and was found
yosterday III the bay drowned. A Jury of In-
uiiest wus ne:u ou tuu remains ami wo mat ex.
)ect to har of mora new cuses of the disease In
Mlt. Haoan. ex-Troauurer of tho Irish Land
league yesterday speak ng of tho Vatican's
warn uir to tno irisn eiorirv. huiu: " 1 can oniv
look upon It ill the light of nil Insult to tho
common cause or tuo triu people anil it will
uo so regnrucii 111 ireianu.
WlmtThey Think In Wuihlngcon.
Wnsson's downfall Is tho occasion of a good
deal of comment In army circles in Washing.
ton. In fact tbo comment has not been con
lined to the army. Wesson Is very well. known
In Washington society. Ills line Ogure bund
snino face nnd nleasaut manners made lilm
great favorite. There Is tin impression that
graduates or 1110 west l'otnt .Military academy
uro never guilty of tho crime of stealing anil
when Was-on's crime was made known those
acquainted with the history of tho handsome
young onieer saiu at onco mat bo was
not a West Point man. Tho fact Is however.
mat uo is a graouato 01 west l'otnt. and
ranked rotuarkahly well ut that Institution.
Ho has uulto 11 remarkable hlstorv. IIu waa In
the sumo class with 1'rcd. Grant tho son of
liencrai uninr unit stood at tno Head ni tin1
class. Soon alter his giadiMllon the Japanese
uovernmeiii seutu request mmisuovoinmeni
for 11 couple of young ofilcers to take coin
rounds In the Japanese unny. not only tons
sUtln nutting down an Insurrection In ox
isionco 111 tue Japanese uoniitins nut uisoto
instruct tne Japanese army in military tactics
Wnsson graduated In 1871. and was appointed
a Sdo' nd Lieutenant In the Fourth cavalry.
President Grant selected blmus one of tho
joung oulccrs to go to Japan.
Judge Mason presided. Thu following bus!
ncs was dune :
In tho os'uto of Mary Dckrenroth Ernst
Wehrlmhn Henry Wagcnfuhr and 13d Ilradan
wern annolnted annnitsers.
Thollnalncconiitsof J. H. French ns te npo-
rury auiuinisir.no.- oiu. iv . u .:uwciineccatd
Umlly M. Perrln was appointed guardian
tbo Perrln minors-bom! SIOOO.
In tho ejt'ite of K. Aba doccased tho roport
111 mi iiiuuu uy iiiu tiuiuiilleirator WHS up-moved
In the estato of August Xette. ilpceaaed. thn
report of s lies iiihdo by tho iidmlnistor wns
In tho -state of Chr st 'in lUcr tl"oetiBil bis
imt will a id tciwmeut was admitted to pro
Tho lav will and testament of F. II. flush
wi'K wimiumttt -a to proimte and Sirs. HjM
isk wus appointed expjutrlx without bond.
ill inn cia'o ot uwen siiaw. iieeenwii. (!
Ust. will mid testamerat was iidmltteil to pr-
bate utid Kinliy Shaw was appointed oxeci
The court adjourned tlU to-morrow moriilng
Ut If U ClOCK.
-Captain C. If. Pettltt. well known In San
Antonio will marry a Monterey belle. Miss
Anita Groome on the SOtb Instant In tho city
wnero ins uancee resiues.
Officer Adohih Peav Is the hero of the hour.
Ho stopped a runaway yesterday on the oluzn
at the rlk ot his life. As It Is ho was slightly
wounded und much bruised.
Tho I.loiiT acknowledges receiptor an in-
vitation to uttend tbo concert supper nnd ball
at the llrst anniversary festlvul or the Ilrltish
association to bo held in tho Casino on Thurs-
DeDutv Sheriff W.J. Hnnnelnf flonnles.
arrived In tbo city last .night en routo tor n 1 ti ..
Austin. He has In his ohaige a young girl - u n"' A' "'Ms'
mimed Nnnoy Mofoy aged 18 n harmless luna- amtllf SM and In
iic aim is conveying net-10 too usyiuin nt mat
Tho organ-grlhder greatly shocked tho
cenFlNlltlcs of n family in deep sorrow near
West Commerco Btrcot 11 few nights ugo who
wero mourning tho death of n llttlo babo by
grlndtog out the tune of "Luuigun's ball1'
closo undor tho window.
Letter From Fort Stockton
IMItnrSiin Antnnln f.lrlit
FoiitSiockto-v May 17.-Fort Stockton Is Lm1!.'1 hP n.JilouI?.cTi"i.y Jt
onoofthe healthiest places In Texas. There ltodcrlgucz vs. lu-orna'tloiial a'nd Oieat North
are some mineral springs which contain llto crn raiiroau pan Mitniuo wut'onai nani vs
heulliiiriiiiiillilos Its I'lnvnti n i . i tn fV et Hi. 6. V. Hamilton woro con
- - . - tiuucu.
Kim a constant cool breeze so us to demnnd a . :
il"ublo blanket nightly nt this hcason of tho Dissolution of Partnership
l i ar. W u going to liitio it $31000 court I The partnership horetoloro existing under
i.vuau mi I. i.. ui. i .-"' "'iiiiui n ivi- ine nrin namo 01 Moyerx uounct stock ilea
t'ory bii iil ug 6uxR0 leet witn u mansard roof. im. u iiit .im-it..iun.i in- immi.mi ......
n-iiled to wliichuW fit huh tower will bo Mr. E. Meyer assuming nil debts anil collecting
erected making the clear measurement Irom all outstanding accouuU due tho linn.
ground to top Uj feet. '1 ho court bouso will bo H Mevkh.
suppii' u witn an tno modem iippllancoa to 5-22-0t II D. Uonnkt
mi ui.-lliri"l VI IlH HUH I UUtl Ull JUf'U nuu ine uu-
foronr. olhccs peitl.iiug- to the dltronmt
brnnches of county goyenimcnt to-wlt: Ju-
uictai aiimlnls rntlvo uiul executive. 1-1 1 o
Prnoxi-dlUKs In thn District Ojurt.
J. K. Dwyer.oxecutorot tliccstatoof Honore
tibse'i Judgment for tho
Intercut from January 1
Shook & Dltmor vs. a. A. Nolson Jiidgme
for llir plaintiff..
J.C. lt in vs. F. Aeker.iiiinn. Injunction ills
s-ilvcd a- il partition ordered.
James Angus vs. F. N. Sanchez motion for
new irn.i grauieu
The ca'S of Joso Floruj vs. A. Illcsenbach
Tomilo K-idies vs. Toruni K. do Itoblcs Lu
clnda I.. S mders vs J. Sanders. wcrudlsmUsi.il
and those of J. U I)w)er is. Fire asicluUon
The Divine Sarah's Ilupe.
London society is much interested over
proor walls .mil vaults will be put up whoro r"""v- L t oih
nceueu muKiiig tno wuote strueturo equal to uewnarui iu wuiiii me great acirets in pi
any tn Torus. This In addition to tlio jail and tiontte terin expresies the hope that he
Xf'SKftM near.matrrnitr w.l crown her life with
acsjrftplQ place to live lu f- atsUj-hter who jhM be threat.
Vetemple" of thn Cluclnimttl Enquirer
tlllrs nil l.laborate Description
of the City
ml San AntonUns Are Thus Able to See
Themselves as Other See
"Vctcmple" bus recently visited San An.
tonlo nod thus writes lu tho Cincinnati En-
qulrcr of the objects of interest In tbo cltys
"iiiennopyiiu nad its messenger of defeat.
but tho Alamo hud none. You uro on hlstorlo
ground sir. Horo is tho home of hlstorio ro
mance und of the most brilliant traditions of
Inch Uexans can boast."
Thus spoko nn eloquont citizen of this cltv.
(was It Major Dwycr?) ns ho pointed to a low
singularly-shiiicil building stnndlng near this
quaint and rather iutircsting place. Tho old
structure which secmod to bo built of a sort
f abode bora tho unmistakable marks of age.
ijolnlng It was a much turgor building on tho
top or which wero two turrets each hold-
ing u half-dozen ferocious guns-inada of
"What Is tho Alamo?"
I evidently lost casto with my friend by this
natural Inquiry. Ho stralithtoucd himself m.
and aald rather sternly:
"llmoyou never read tho history of this
country sir? Do you know that In March.
1830 David Crockett and H." Tc.xans wero
slaughtered In that old building by Santu
siiiim ..lino iiuil'llillllK I 111) IlllurilCS Ol UCXUS7
Not II single mail escuncd. Tim Alamo Inn im
courier to tell tho world of tho massacre It had
iiiicsscu. lins nanuiui or Texan patriots
ild Santa Anna's whole army nt bny tor sev-
rt ilavs. honing for reinforcements At ln.
when It was cither death or surrender tho
commandordruwu line with his sword umi
usked all willing to light to the lust to step
iieiuvi ii. every mail cuuio Ulll one .MOXICUI1.
no ran awuy. loionei nowie arter whom the
knife was named being ton sick to walk asked
to bo carried to tho lighting side; ttiou tho
slaughter began und
CVKIIY MAN WAR SLAIN."
This blood-curdllns- reel til I drew niv bIIih.
ttou to thu old building und accounted for the
irequenpy wun wiiieu you una tho won!
-Amino - emuuizimcu ou tno business elgns
throughout the city. It has a curious history
to bo Biiro and thu people hero uroulwais ulad
to relate It. The Alamo Is the first or u long
lino ot "missions" or tnls-Iouary houses that
wcru num. ui. iiiiurvuis irom uere to Mexico by
tho Spanish priests during their spiritual con-
quest of this Boetlou. All of them are In nilnu
except the Alumo und It has bem converted
nun a grocery storo rueso ruins ure au Im-
portant tcaturo ftr one's visit to this place. In
tlio crumbling structures you find many In-
teresting things for both In construction nn.1
culorlng they revive traditions or tho early
ilium; i uuvi 1.UU1. iu vruiiuy oi siuuy. Al-
though t hey were erected in tho hlstorio period
l i cords or their history urn fast becoming ex-
tinct. They wero built by the Indians after
their conversion to Catholicism und yet In
architecture and method or construction they
uro of ii superior order. These strong remind-
ers of tlio putt world con lnco evo.i tho immt
sceptical that there win n very high ordor or
iiiiuaii civilization in inose oariy uays.
Too missions uro In a tnlorahln stum nt nn...
ervatlou notwithstanding tho neglect and
drirt or centuries. The coloring matter with
which they uro decorated Is something wun-
dcrru'. It is still bright nnd rrcsh in aplto of
Its xposure to tho elements for many genera-
tions. It Is evidently il distillation from somo
native plants found either here or In Mexico.
THE 8KCKET HIED
with thoso who then manufactured nnd usod
them. Neither Mexicans or Indians now liv-
ing possess the power to produce such colors.
Theso aro Indeed straugo monuments or tho
Spanish period und they stand ns reminders of
n high Indian civilization that Is now extinct-
a primal lire that was no doubt communal in-
sieau oi iriuai. tnoy may uavo ueen descend-
ants or those people whoso grout city is burled
ut tho Cussa Grande In Arizona or lu tho cliffs
The placo banks heavily on Its history nnr.
much mora on tbo truglo scones of the Alamo
than upon its earlier Indian civilization. I for-
got to sny that my friend who was disgusted
with my lack of Infoiinutlon ubout this old
Catholic monument told mo that two peoplo
oscaiMMj rrom It ullvo a mother wlt.i a girl
This survivor or Santa Anna's brutality wus
tho wire or olio of the officers who porlshed.
Sho still lives at Austin a sort of ward or tho
couimoiiHoalth. She Is an Interesting rello of
tho past and receives n gr- at deal of atten-
tion. Tho daughter sho carried from tlio den
of death when she escaped grew up win
iidopted by the State and given OO.tXX) acres of
laud. Texas iilunys gives land for It has moru
of It than anything else. She was pelted unit
spoiled. It turned her heud. She got married
and then went to thn bad.. She died In the
dregs of New Orleans making anl tho last
days of her good mother who has lived tn seu
In writing ol the cltv "Yetemnlnanva;
't bo Alumo city as this placo is called Is rap-
CUANOINll ITS CHAIIAUTE1I.
It has lost within the past two yours many of
Its Mexlcau featured. It has nearly doubled
IU population In 2i months unit Is fast taking
on tbo atrsol an American city. It has ras
wutor electrlo light very poor hotols and
good nowspaperf. The San Amotro olub Is a
desirable place and its members must be lib-
eral broad-minded people becuuso they care-
fully keep a Ille of tho Knqulrer. Tho city is
emlmwored In shade-trees und llowers and has
n delightful -llmato. It Is situated in a basin
and surrounded by gently sloping bills. Thu
San Antonio rlvor runs it wrpentluo course
through It und In going rrom unoend or tho
city to tho othor you cross the stream not Ie6s
than ad zen times. About two miles abovo
Inuiimcrahle springs bubble up nod form the
rlvor. Thcso springs uro u teuturo of this
place and uro the source or a groat deal or
pleasure as well ns or use in supplying tho cltr
with puro and healthy water.
It Is curious to seo how a business revival
o'janges tlio uppeitranco or a town. Two yours
ago most or tho houses in Sun Antonio wore
one-story stonu or adobo buildings on puro
Mexican style. Thoy iuo now adding uew
storlos to them and
IMIMIOVKUKNT J TUB OHllElt OY THE UAV.
Tho growth of tlio sheep trudo has given th
placo a boom nnd old us It ls.lt la rapidly
presenting a i the oliamotorlstio of u pushln '
provincial city. Nortliurn men have trans!
formed th old Mexican outpost In o nth T?ur
pushing plueo or 2VXW tulmiitniits. Thoy 5
in tho usceniUncy hero do tho business and
mako tho UTo o' tho oUai. Thu mlbtarv hend-
UtmitHrs nr of eoursH attractive for tho
Uoyerniiiont has a largo eslubllshment here
and has probably spent ovor SJlH.hOO on the
jmst that lit on a hill over oqW.Ii; f1(. cUy
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