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THfi i)AlLY CAIRO HULLETIN: Fill DAY Mf MINING MARCH 14, 1884.
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
lloar.icncsr., Hmrx !iitis,Croup, Infiu-H
cnza, Asthma, Wliootdn;,' Couph, In!
cijiioiit Consumption aiM for the re-
hefof con .umptivc arsons in advan
ced stages of die Disea-.e. For Sale
ly all 1 intrusts. l'ricc, 25 Cents.
i-rOTA tliuau .-sources Mb- tLiee four-hs of
tlm iii.si:uv;s of luo m u.tc. Vlicso
iynr-U.miM.!.t. ib.-.re.M.t.-ix-e : Lo 01
Appetite, Jluwels soatlve, Mtk Hf.
acue, fullness (1,Ut eutii,, .version to
xrtl.ii f h,!y OP lniml( j'rIltluU
of food, Irritability of temper, low
u-iliUs, x l-j'K .f Ivi.i
J!''", ) '"'imcs, i hiu--i-inatthe
Itcai-t, 1oU bi-f.iro (hr Mr,, ,i,.j,iv to.
orrd l rlt,r, t'.VS'l I S'A 1 lo.V, nnd do.
wand I ho use of uii'tuciiy t!,.,t u la illroctly
on thn l,ivr. A3a!JveriM.;i:,.iii(. TCa'a"!
1M I.LS have no v xn. Ti.i i: notion outho
KHiioyr) in.l skin isul-o prompt ; removing
uil iiui,m-iliM through tl i so. tlii'.-r; " aiav
rucciK of the t.jilei.i," u 'lucit!tf ur.ne.
lit'vsoti'id !l::i'Silmi, ri'Sulnr Mm.K u cl.-iir
B'Kiiiaii(lavK-(.roasl)'fv. 'i x . ni.LH
ci.iiso. 1,0 nnuM-ii or j.-. l .l:iif nor iutc-rlcre
Willi uuilv wor!f :ui'l m a. pried
ANTIDOTl- TO MALARIA.
nn rcr r.s ijhij a jiw.
"I hive l.:.. 1ysi,. vi'ii luiirtlna.
tion.lwov ' ii-s, mi. I l,:te I j )-. 1 t.-.ii t'lilcieiit
kni'U of j-lli.-j, mid 'ilTTS nif t;,o first
thatlmvc ilone ii.a liny food. They Uuvo
'. uiifl wo out nicely. My r.)pi li'.u la
splendid, l'ond kIzvkU rttrti'v, nod I now
Lavo uuurul p-i:'.. J i, ,' i l,,. u ,.w
i;i;in." -. u. 1.1.V AV.l,, l'!uii.yra, 0.
K: '-wrrr.hirc.!85ot ( ': .-.! 1 Mnrrnv SI..N Y
IMIUll ibiiiiii iBI, Wjmmu J
IWH'Q friflll! UVE.
t-KAT lUn f.Tt M.'i--ci.!'.ni" 'J In
t-t'itii ! v to ii .T ' i--v I v u ,-ii.glo & p.
l.!ir.-.:on of lliii l.'VL. l.y Iiruaai.w
ci . itbvisi.!L.-,i.i n cc.;t of 51.
Ori.i. i , II i!t:: iv ": t., Nny Voile
TiTT'3 r,'.Ai:'j.',ic? etHi p?cfP7s ra.
The only :arTn rpe!Jt? for ;;i!'i tic Tit -.Ci
asrAlo fr HparUiS and I'al.liiL' irktiri-j.'rfc l
KcrvongWi-akD' p -fiuifklyrMiiT. d and rutcd.
Eqnnlli-d Iv none i:i d liiluri of frVcr.'u
C-Xcbtraii2-B gvrina of (Urease end sickno?fc
Curoa n!y tlolchri and r tnbbfm b'cod s oreg.
Cleanses b'.ood, quirkons plu.n-h c rculalion.
EUmlnatC'S Uoll, t urbanr.U-s and Scalds.'iJ
B-l'crmrin. nt:y and promptly rnr-s paralysis.
,ps, It ii a cliunuiiii; and 'icaltbful Apcriint.
Kills Scrof'.-.la and Kln?s Evil, twin broth, ra.
Chances bad breath to good, removlue cai".
trilfvU billonsncfs and t b ar romi'loxlon.
Charm tni; resolvent and matrhli laxative.'tl
It driTCi sick Headache like the wind.'i
C T'Contaius no drastic cathartic or opiates.
Promptly cimsHhi-mnatb'n by routing it.'CS
Re-tores llfe-civlng proj.ertieB to the blood. - J
I ''iiarantoed t ) cure all nirvon di.'ordem.-u
C irll? liable hen all oplatos fall.-g i
K.'freshru the mind and Invior-.tep th" bofly.
Cures dvspepsin or money refunded. -wi
t erEndursed in writinL- by over fry tUotitand
Leading phvplclsiiH in I". and Europe."
Leading derymon In V. S. and Europe. "U J
Placaseg of thn blood own It a roufi'.n ror.'Si
For sale by all leading drut-iu. jl..'J."t
For testimonials and circ ului ftwl ttamp.
Th8 Dr. S. I. Richmond Kei Ci, Props.,
Ct. 3"c?H. -5. U-)
1 or I, St'Hilci;bur. h & Co., A.'t .. '.i;e i"o, 111.
ta ij w im '
Tin: vest Tinxo ic:;owx
In Hard or Sofl, Ilot or t'olJ Water.
flVYFS l AliOU, TIMK nnit SOAP AH.A7
Sm;LY. hnU-iv.S imiv.-r-jal -i.U.hietiou. MJ
laiuilv, rich or poor, biwu.il ho wituuut 10.
Boliibval'Klnv'.r, jKWAUj: oflmltatlonl
wull iltau'iiH.l to mieleiia. I'L.'M.l.M. is uoa
ONI V sAI' K lal-or-SMVUii! C"0,.,.no., n.ud ol
aii btarn the above syuii-ol. uiul luuun of
JAU1S I'VI.H. NEW VOlili.
Tut luSf RtM.LY 111 1 HE Vi'OKLD FOR THE CURE
OF ALL DISEASES r'tCUUfS TO FiUUES.
It ii a Spee lie tor the euro of Falline of the
V'oinl), l.oiieonlio',i, 1'iiln ! tlio Ikiek, l'r.inliil
orSiippii's-edMeiislMiii'lo!!, 1 looillni:, biiint
illL' Seiis.'iilons, mid ll lb'! viMi'il troupes iit
tondini; tlio perlnd known as Chtuifre of Life.
mill HTKEMilll to tllf I'TI'.HINK ! l-MTIOM.
cxeltlntf lienltliy net Inn. unl lestorniR tliftii i to
tlieiriiorinal condition. It. U plea.'innt to tlio
tastf.siw iik i i;r.v at any tim k, mulls
truly a "Mother's 1'iiend." I I'or 1m titer nd
vleo. read M. iivii AHuminc) lull direct ions
WitlH'Moh lioitlc 1'ileo. si.oo. I'ri'parod hv
JACOB 3. 1-EEKIiF.LL, Bt. Louis, Io.
foiu uyail Uruutilsisiiiid Ucau-mn JMt'Uicine.
OKFU.K; M. 7H OHIO l.K.VEE.
OKEICUb HA HSU Ol' AEKXANb Elt WCNTY.
: l K LI'.U A'l 'J li Iv. C'AIKH 1'UKl'oKHII.K KUt
IiANsMIskkin Tlllt"! (ill '1111'- MAILS AT
Ki oMi CLASS HATI'lf.
Tli'i piper in tlm Current (f March 15,
entitled "A I'es-.imibtic Oitimi," ly I'm
fi!s:r Peter 1 1 ri 1 ricWs m, of l?ellt College.
Wi-oiiiibiii, will havi! L'toiurU i itcrcst, not
only on neiMui.t 'it' tli'j vulun of t lie nrtide
itself, liio!i t;iveH to Aui'Ticin remleis, by
way of ftieiiil.y contrast, a most truthful
conci piion of ti e (jiia itiei anJ clitratcr of
tlio u're lit Norweim drannttibts, unvu'tisti
ft!i 1 iKicts, llunrick Iliicn n'ol Iij irnstenie
llj iins 'h, but I'r.im tlio fiet tliht it also
proiiiinmce of the deTclopmeot of new
writer of (,'roit forcj iml viyor ujioa Scan
dinuvi in tuples.
Mr. Win. Elliott lias a fine, bloo.led
Jersey bull in a liltle shtble nar Fourteenth
utrett aii'l Ohio levee. Tbe animal is noted
for his wild disposition, having given Mr.
E. inuth trouble in the past and nude sev
eral httcks upon him. Yesterday Mr. E.
was in the st'ible when the bull wad in
worte thin his u-ua! bid humor and in bd
unif'irded iu mieut he was thrown down by
thean'ry beast, in a corner of th siabli,
an I the bull bcan to paw him. Mr. Ellir.tt
cried out for help, which brought Chief
Myers an l Constable Sbeehati to hisiescue;
and they found tha maddened bull Handing
with one front foot on Mr. Elliotts Icy and
miking an ctr -rt to yore him. Being
rescued from the perrilous position it was
fjun 1 that Mr. E.liott's leg was bioktn be
low the kuti.
Considerable exuitemeut was created
on theujipcr wlurfboat yesterday afternoon
ab ut 4 o'clock, by an altercation and draw
ing of weapons by Tom Porter aud J. V.
Hill. What the diiu'e was about we
coull not b arn and drtcsn't rnntter; but it
was an angry one, which might have
terminated in a tragedy. With weapons
draw.i, the former a pi-tol ami the latter a
gun, both ru.sh forward and would probably
hive t-h "t euch oMier had not Cipt. Lern
Hi.l sprung between them, knocked up his
brother's uun an 1 Jpushe 1 the men apart.
Subs rpient y, howt.-v.-r, when b'dh were un
armed, the two billiijerents again came
together ail Hill struck Porter in the face.
Olfic.T') arrived upon the scene about this
t ine; both were arrested anil lined by Mag
istrate C 'I'liings Porter, f 25 and costs f.-r
c rrying conceajed weapons, aud IM1 5
hn 1 costs for aisault.
The opening of spring is cow near at
hand. Th thought ii a very pleasant one
for Ciiro, big with promises of prosperity
that are sure to be fulflde i. There is cer
tain to be offcrtd opportunities for industry
t all win dejTC t woik; and then there
will be a C 'liseipteiit increase in the size of
pur'i, increase oi comforts and incre'Se of
b iineH. While these die 'ring prospects
wid bj io-'kel for.ird to with feelings of
sl:"-cor,gra'ulation by ail citir. :cs, the mer
chants will probably be the mo?t anxious,
for they are all prepaiing for "the good
time to c one," by laying in Urue, new
(to ks of every discr'p'.ion. Hut those of our
merehmts who still cliug tanaciously totlie
oil fogy style of business and we have
sove'al or m rj ofthiscla s among us
will probably be doomed to disappoint
ment. The business m tn who attempts to
carry on his tride now as in the trood old
diys twenty or thirty years ego will fiud
himself mistaken. A pleasant end attrac
tive store, with a well kept and largo essort
mnt of goods, will go a great way in
bringing success, but it will not due for
him to stop here. Business is not done low
as it used to be. There are different
methods in vogue; there must be e constant
tudy to attract trade, a 'constant push and
a hard right to sell goods after people aie
interested. The merchant who makes the
most determined effirt to attract custom
will cone out or. top of the heap, while he
who sits behind his counter half asleep,
waiting for tho public to hunt him up in
the midst of his bustling neighbors will be
buried out of sight.
Tho A b:uy A.yn.i u tcinot.d the
other dav to irn:li a liMcr from a
ditinjru h"d fi.ii'ii of Albany, i;nd'f
the heading: "The- lucoiiu! Tax A
Jurist's Vii'v of an Interesting Mat
ter." The exiwpe-nitiii,' typif got it:
"A Peevish View of an Interesting
The Right Hand,
Mr. R. T. B.ntly, a Friend, or sandy
Springs, Ml., says he was cured of
U'leumatism in his right hand, by a few
app ications of St. Jacobs Oil, the great
TUK BCKVIVOnS OF THE 1 CO REGIMENTS
The friends of these survivors who so
nobly sustained them in the field, and all
citizens of the State of Illinois are invited
to assemble at Springfield on the 20th of
March, 1834, to unite in dedicatory exer
cises upon the formal opening of this Mem
M. St. Paul, a Paris physician, has offer
ed, th French Academy tho sum of $5,
000 to found a prize for the discovery f a
cure for diphtherii. fte has evidently not
heard of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, which
cured hundreds of cases of this awful disease.
A Honmiitic Story from Malno.
Some years beforo the war Otis Bur
loti, ii foriiior resident of Bangor, left
hero to seek his fortune in tho West,
llo drifted to Missouri, whero ho met
an accomplished lady with whom Iio
fell in love. She was p'eased with him,
but before ho made his passion known
she moved to a distant part of tho
About this time the war broko out,
Mid ihu two soon lost all trnoes of each
other. Burton joined thu Union army,
and was soon aiierward wounded, and
as it was supposed he would clio,
a letter was sent to his mother
informing her that her sou could not
live, lie, however, was blessed with a
good constitution and recovered, llo
went back to his regiment, nnd was de
tailed with a eonip mv to take supplies
across tho plains. The party was at
tacked by Indians, and every man in
the force except Burton killed, lie
was reported to have been slaiu with
the rest. The Indians decided to let
him live, and took hiin a prisoner to
their retreat in tho mountains of tho
SiUthwest. He gradually recovered
from wounds ho had received in tho
encounter, made himself agreeable to
his captors, and adapted himsolf to
their ways of living.
After ho had been in captivity six
months or more ho was allowed more
liberty, and now began to watch for a
chanco to escape. Tho Indians had
stolen a number of ponies, nnd among
these was one which Burton's prac
ticed eye showed him was highly bred,
aud with speed and endurance. This
pony was cared for aud petted by Bur
ton, and he was allowed to rido him.
One day ho strayed away further than
usual, and, though not acquainted with
the country, made a clash for liberty,
lit; was closely pursued, but tho gal
lant little pony had the "bottom" for a
winning nice, llo rode for three days,
and then began to see that he was get
ting out of the hostile country. In
the distance he saw a house which ho
knew must bo inhabited by whites.
He shouted with joy, feeling that ho
had gained freedom at last. He knocked
at the door of the house, and a surprise
awaited him. It was opened by the
woman he had loved in lang syne. lie
was at once recognized, and received a
beany welcom . Burton told his ad
ventures and narrow escapes to a will
ing listener. She, too, told her story.
Sue had married a Confederate oflieer,
who was afterward killed in battle,
and she now owned the farm she occu
pied. Is it necessary to tell the rest?
They were betrothed, there was a mer
ry wedding, and the happy couple are
still living in a Southwestern State.
Surely in real life are romances a3
sinuige and more interesting than
those weaved by the fertile braiu of tho
iiovtdist. tinnjor (M:-) Commercial.
It Was Past Tellinj;.
There was n suit before a Justice of
thn Peace the other day, in which a
citizen of the suburbs attempted to
make out that he had been swindled
in a horse trade. The defendant had
warranted the horse "reasonably sound
for a beast of bis age," aud the ago
was given at 18 years.
"Did you give the animal's age at
IS?" was asked of the defendant.
"I gave it as about 11 "
"What did you mean by reasonably
sound for his age?"
"I meant that he had one leg on
which there were no ringbones or spa
vins, and he could see pretty well out
of one eye."
"How old do vou believe tiie horso
to l e?"
"Not over 13, but Til leave that to
his honor and the jury."
It was agreed to adjourn to the alley
and inspect the beast. They found tho
horse leaning up against the wall,
head down and eyes full of tenrs and
his honor put ti.e age down at iU.
Each of the jurymen had a look at the
horse's teeth and eves nnd feet, and
they were firm in their figures, which
ranged from 12 to 4 years of age.
When the counsel for the plaintiff dis
covered this he said:
"Your Honor, I desire to withdraw
from record everything relating to the
"Because, when a man like your
Honor can't tell whether a horse is
fifteen or a hundred years old, and a
jury of intelligent citizens can't dis
tinguish a ringbone from a spavin,
the defendant can't bo blamed for
throwing in a sore back aud poll-evil
"Very well, sir."
"And we rest our case solely upoft
the fact that we were drunk when we
made tho trade, and that the defendant
knew it and took advantage of us."
The jury found for the defendant of
course. Detroit Free Press.
On n train going West tho other eve
ning were two residents of tho city,
whowero canvassing the general situa
tion as to business, and both agreed
that it was a time when every business
man should pare his apples very close.
Behind them was a farmer and his son,
and, as tho gentlemen finally ceased
talking, tho old man observed:
"William Ileury, did you hear what
"'Bout iron furnaces bustiu' up, nnd
rollin' mills shuttin' down?"
"llullsalo houses goiu' to tho wall,
and corner groceries beiu' knocked
bigher'n (Jiidrov's kite?"
' "Yes, I heard it all; and what of it?"
"What of it!" echoed the old man,
as ho half-wheeled in his seat. "Why,
you infernal thick-headed idiot, "it
means that I'm goiu' to git ready fur
squeezin' times, and if you don't pay
mo them $7 you owe mo by next week
Thursday, I'll cover my shorts bvgivin'
vou tho all-firedest liekin' a William
Henry ever fooled with." Wttll Street
A i mm.
Of the 1C0 members ( f the New York
legislature, eighty-three were born in
tho counties they represent, forty-four
in other counties, eight in other states,
and twenty-ono in foreign countries.
Tho oldest man is Senator McCarthy,
seventy, and tho youngest Asssetnbly
man llasbrouek, twenty-four. There
arc- twenty-six ex-soldiers in tho list,
sgainst fourteen last year.
THE GREAT GERMAN
KHIeve and cures
Soreneti, Cut,, Druitei,
And all other hndlly nchuS
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by h11 PniKiflstB and
HhuIith. Dirwaiuiin In U
The Charles A. Vogeler Co.
ItlMWI U A. VCK.II J.K t eo I
Hultiiuore, Sid., CM. A.
' 1 1 jl'niumlil.iiJuuii'fl.'ii
iMi'lf isbo i;
1 hiu.ii ,J!l:i A
,::i:!!i!!i ! u
Compounded from the well known
Curatives Hops. Malt. Euehii, Jinn-
drake, fJandeli in, Bnrsaparillft, Cos-
v.iiii :i.:u'it, ric., cmiuiuuu WHU ail
a::r"ev;lo Aromatic hhyir.
THEf QE BYSrETSlTi RDICESTW, ,
let upon the Llrer and Kldnejs,
feH RE&TJLATE THE BOWELS,
fjJThey euro Eheumntism, and all Url-
nary irouu:es. 'iney invigorate,
nourish, Ktrentftlien and. quiet
thij Nervous System.
As a Tonlo they baa no Equal.
laL-e nono l,it Hops and Malt Bitters.
FC3 SALE BY ALL DEALERS.
Hops and Malt 3itters Co.
B'ek TTran'".cho end relieve ell the tronhlee Inci
dent to a bJioug f tuto of the pynum, each as Diz
r'nec't, 'a:i!":i, Drowsineea, I)istre after.atinp,
P";nin the Sid", Ac. Whilo their mo remark
a'ulu bucceaa baa been ehown in curing?
TJ "tulnehe.yet Carter'eLittlc Liver Pillsarc eqnally
v Juable in Cousiip .tion, curing end preveutiiij
tli la annoying complnint, whho they also correct
a'l disorders of tho comach, etimulnta the liver
aud retaliate UiO liowela. Even U they only cured
Arhe f hry yor.ld almost pricclefS to those Who
e uii'.T from this dibtressiu? complaint ; but fortu
n.itely the:r cooduefis do'e not end here,and tbosa
v hoonrotry them will And these little nills vain
able in eo many ways thnt they will not be wulicg
. ..:nn.!.k t'K.... !!.. . nil... nil sielf ht All
w uw I'nuui., tutu. jum.,w.
v -r -
Is t Victar.c of po many Uvn thnt here is wherfl we
make our creat boast. Our pills euro it while
Others doni't. ,, ,
Carter'e Littlo Ier Tille arc very email end
yry ta?y to lakn. C'nnrr two pills make a dose,
i'h'y aro strictly vwta'ule and do not gripe or
two, but by thi ir penile action please llwho
f:ethem. Invin!aiit5cent: fivo forth bold
ty urueiate every where, or evnt by mau.
CARTER 3IEDICIXE CO., New York,
e7 a -i-nnnU Causes no fam
iiiijan.i !!) lJi WV 1
;:VTJ lor Dread. Gives
Relief at Once.
Not a Liquid or
with the finger.
went will cure.
l'ricc V'c tit', bv null a at driiL'Kits.
' I.Y IlItOTlIhltS, Drue-isis, OweCo,N,Y.
The EegiiUr Cairo & Paducah Daily
Str. GUS FOWLER.
nENItV E. TAYLOR, Waster.
UEOKUE JOBEa, Clerk.
I.envea Ptdneah for P Iro dally (Sundave except
ed) nt 8 a. in., and Mound CItv at 1 i m. Hcturn
Ini'. leave (M to at 4 p.m. : Mound City at 5 p.m.
Nashville, 1'iuliieah & Cairo U. S. Mail
For raduenh, Smiih'and. Dyeralin-e, Eddyylllo,
canton, Hover, cinrkavlllu and Nimrivllie,
11. S. RHEA.
.1. S. TYNFIt
Lcavea every Monday mornlntr at 10 o'clock a.m.
2a W. II. CHBRKY.
WM. STIt'iNO Master.
1E1.IX UliASl Y H...M..CIurk.
L evee everv Fr d iv morn'nc at 10 o clock, rnak
Inucloso connection at Nashville with tho I..
U. It. and N.AC It It for all points south,
wllh Iho Upper Cumberland Packet Co., far en
points for the I'ppcr Cumberland. For rrciu it or
paaa iRO, epply on board or to W. F. LambdlD,
KI Liver and Zidnc-y Eemedy,
B.l-1 Compounded from the well known Efc'l
Thn n;,ir!ence In the t'citmcnt of Cancer with
swirt Specific (S. s. s.) would witm to warrant m
In myint: thut utn rur ,),,,, mil(,h ,irca,1!(j
foiirirc. jVrHoue o Hn.eted aro invited to cor
redtoud with uh.
I lK'1'.'ve fiwlft'e He--lttc U saved myllf... I
ll virluiilly lout use ol Hie .ipp,.r p,ri ol my hdy
and my arm-from Ihu po nono m eiri-cu o!' al irL'u
csne.r on my mck, fiom ii(, I i.ai mil red
for .Oj'iHrit. S S. SJnii" ru ii vi-d me of u.l ioro
tifi'H, and the poinim t hetn lorond o it of m m..
tem. I will soon be well. W. II Roms,,N, "
iluv Uliuro, (is.
Two months niro my attention wan rnllcd to the
rao of a won. an ulllleted wi b a rnncer on Iter
nhoul'ler at lea-t 5 iuehce lu cirruinferulicu, angry,
pan fill, and jrlvlnt; the patient no re.t day or
iili'ht lor 6 noutliK. Ielit iimd a nipplv of Sv'ift
Seeclfl for her. Shn lim t ikeu 5 hoi'lec, and Ihe
ulcer In entlrtjlv healed up, only a very Kiuall KCa'i
riMioiiiiiutf, and tier heal h la bel ter I loin for S years
pr.sij eeeins to bo ptTiecllv cured.
Hev, Je-be U. Cjhi'Iiell, Columbu", (ill.
I have neon remarkable reunite from niie of
Swlfi'a H; peine mi a rtmerr. A yoiin man near
Ii re h" been alTlicteil tlvo venrn with the iinmt
anary looking eating cane r I ever iaw, nnl wan
near y diad. 'Ihe llrnt boitlo made a wonderful
chaiiKe.and after Ave bottle' were taken, ho la
aott.s orqn to well. It Ik truly wonderful.
At. E. Ciii mliv, M. L., Oglethorpe, Oa.
UI)EH I.IC AND INSIDE OK f'HKEK EATEN
AWAY BY CANCER.
My father had an citing canrer for sev ral yearn,
fthieli bad eaten away bio under lip nnd the inside
of hla cheek, down t Hih bottom of bis cum.
We fot come' f Swifi'c Specific ami kvo him, nnd
the effect has been wonderful aim. ft m.raruloue.
The ioree are all h aled, and he 1 pei feet ly well.
Kyery one here mid it la only a question of timo
about hia death, a d Ilia c re ha created the treat
eat excitement In this part "f the country. I hope
y in will ptibllah about my lalber'a enru and aend
tun aomo circulars to to mv friend and the
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