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THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, I860.
Cincinnati lager Be?r, just resolved,
at IOUIM Herbert a, Oho Lavce. auglOwl
The Bev. Sir. Frlnd,i from Lexington,
Ky.t will preach la the Christian church
on 18th street Friday, Saturday aud Bun
day evoulnga. The public is respectfully
ouy Abbott, tne demlrcd yho at
tempted self-dwt ruction, was fined $5
and.trlmniagaby 'squiro Bross for boing
driiiiK'i'nyfllsordorly. Fine mid costs
Bridget Farrell was (ined 16 by ij&ulre
Bross, for disturbing tup peace of our
quite city, arid not having the amount
about her habiliments she was permitted
to go at large "itur giving security !for
the payment of the amoUnt Arlthin leu
Tbe little girl whoso person the uegro
"Napper" attempted to outrage was bo
twceti live aud alx years of age, and not
ton, aa stated by ua yesterday. Thin adds
greatly 'to tho enormity of (ho crime.
The, chllil was beguiled by tho black
fiona iuto an tip stairs room, aud tho
serving woman being alarmed ut its tib
seucv commenced a search and detected
tbe incarnate devil in the commission of
tho act for which ho is now In the coun
ty jail. Knowing himself discovered he
jumped from tbe back second story win
dow and for the timo mado his escape.
We omitted mention yesterday of the
accident that resulted Id the breaking of
Mr. Morteith't arm. He had been en
gaged for several weeka at the work
of paiutlugMr. Woodward's house, and
wasjost-lu tho act or giving the house its
flnlahlag touch, when ho fell a distance
of twelve foot, alighting on his right arm
In a manner that broke both bones. It
Was a moAt unfortunate occurrence, as it
will compel Mr. M., who Is dependent
upon the pursuit of his trade for hi live
lihood, 'to lay up during tho balance of
A IrKTERMINKIl SUICIDK.
A lilUU Pnlltafaary Ceaiersatloa.
dame two or threo weeka ago, or more,
Patrick Furdell'waa floated on tho track
of the Mount Carbon railroad, overlook
ing tbe turbid waters of the Mississip
pi. He had beon seated thero but a few
Momenta when along came Matblas
Bchaefer, a German resident of tbe place,
who accosted Pat In this wise:
"Mr. Pnrcell, I'ye a notion to drown
"Well, if you want to drown your
self," coolly replied Pat, "Why don't
you go along and do It?"
"If you donHcome," rejoined Schacfer,
"I'll do It sure you'd better com"
aylng which ho proceeded to the edge
of tho water.
"Go on with your show," was tho an
wer, "it's none of my funeral."
"Come quick, if you are coming. I
(ell you again you'd better come," was
Sshaefer's flual appaal to tho Imperturba
ble Pat, who maintained his seat on the
"Proceed with your exhibition," came
from Pat again, whereupon tho deter
sained Bchaefer waded out into jthe
stream, sat down, and actually drowned
Pat meetioiied tbo circumstance to a
paaaerrby af,faw momenta afterwards,
and wtttp Ttptord for Mofj t rush Jag,' In
and reaewlagthe foolish man,, retorted
with aoma spirit that, if he wanted to
drown himself It would go pro'Uy hard
with the man. tha plight ,tmpto,Jn
terfsre. wth kk)'"rraHgemenUI And so
tbe matter dropped.
Tho body of flcbacfer was'takon out of
thewaterms soon as, possible, but too
la; te to aKeeapt mnseltation with &ny
hopes of success. So it waa quietly put
away In Uie ground, on tbe mlrgla of
tbe stream within whose waters tho life
Tart M Killed by a rU or fcartu.
The first and only accident of a serioua
nature growing out of tbe work on tbo
Cairo and VIncennes railroad, occurred
day before yesterday at a point In Piliaskl
eounty known-M ficoilon SO. Tho char
acter of the route thero makes a consid
erable oxcavation or cut necessary, aud
while a npmber of tbo, hands wero on
tared at tbe work of cutting under a
section of the bank there was a sudden
and unexpected slide of earth that crush
ed down and covored up threo of tbe
Men, Boveral others making an escape
that was almost marvelous. When the
xreat mass of earth waa removed two of,
, t,e men yere jouna qeau-T.uoy,natJ, oeen
killed outrlttht, The third one, Mr, Cai n
m ahnnav. of tbla city, waa taken out
,Hv?,M bis Injuries wore Q.f Buclj'aa.
t urn that he died tho ensuing, morning,
uaaW the interval in srreat aaeBy. Tbo
tames of 'the bthereweould not learn
Mr. Mahouey was. a w.P. of fawUy, and
was a hard working, well behaved olty
,. Heaved for VMngMlh.Mh the
,Fpurth.,wardln tne neignuornouu 91
woofflned and' convoyed to CaMftri
burying ground at Villa IUUgo, where;
About tlx o'clock yesterday eveniag
Mbllie Abbott, an inmate of one of the
bagnios of tho city; la company with
young man from Chicago, appeared on
the street In an a'dVanced stato of Intoxi
cation, au1 'her conduct being of an un-
soemiy cnaracwr, ane waa arrested by
tho police and placed In the calaboose
to await trial.
She war very noisy, and all tho ef.
forts of the htimahb Jailor to pacify her
wero unavailing .She waa .confined in
the hall of the Jail, and the Jailor having
a oall oot in town; be charged his aaaiat,
ant to keep a watch over her. In a short
Umeeliequiqtfld (Jowp, and for.mn inter
val 0 a quarter of au hour nothing was
heard from her. During this Interval
she ripped off the wide and heavy hom
of her skirt, and passing It around the
Umbers of the upper bunk, aha mado It
par, otiy secure, pho thep, stepped upon
a bench, placed tho strip, which aho had
twisted iuto tbo form of a rope, arpund
her neck, aud fastened it thero by a'doublo
hard knot. This done she kicked tho
bench from undorher feet, and In an In-
Hiant moro was struggling in 1110 agonies
or death. A young man confined in an
adjoining cell raised tho alarm, but tho
outsido door being fastened with a pad
lock, the koy of which was In tho absent
Jailor's pocket, tho fato of tho frail girl
seemed to bo scaled. Tho assistant, de
termined to make an effort to save her.
secured an axe, and showering a half
dozen heavy blows upon the padlock,
succeeded in breaking it. It was but the
work of a moment to rush in aud cut tbe
tho struggling creature dowu, who, by
this! time; had grown purple in the face,
and, probably, lost all consciousness of
pain. Medical aid was enlisted, and re
storatives applied with, success. But oven
now the unhappy glrl'had not abandon
ed the Idea of self-destruction. A liquid
medicine was left of which she was to
4ake a tea-spoonful every half hour.
Watching her opportunity sho obtained
the bottle in which tills mediclno
waa contalaed and drank the whole
of .it at a slnglo draught. r Dis
covering another botUo containing, she
knew not what, sho drank that also, the
"whole forming, a combination that
created quite an alarming Internal com
motion. At a;late hopr In the ilght, at
the Buggostlon of tho physician, aho waa
removed to the 'brothel whero alio had
beep staying, and thlarnernlng, with the
exception of a. Swollen, throat, she pre-
seated no signs of be trying ordeal
through which she had so recently
Molllo Abbott is a jrirl of moro than
ordinary personal attractions. Sho is
about eighteen years oi age, and wo un
derstand, has been well raised. Sho has
the old story of manjs perldlty to toll,
and really fa to be more pitied than
blamed. Sho avows herself tired of life,
and, looking forward Jib tho misery and
shame In storo for her, avows a purposo
to destroy Ih era elf, which we now
have reason for believing will, sooner or
atcr, be carried out.
Tfct XIX Ccatary.
The Auirust number of this beautiful
Southern Monthly Is before us; ami we
venture tbe assertion that a magailne
more de'ppty(In,terestlng Jn, every depart
ment Is not published north or. south of
tbePotomac. There are no continued
stories, aud every artlelo Is replete with
entertalnmont. The charm or "XIX
la thin ntiihAr' riiv nnrsnnal sketch of
early Southern authors -from the pen of
William GJlaaerul tarns, .a; thrllliug ep
isode, "In the Surf." by an, orflcer of the
U. 8. Navy; the capture" of the'blofilaade
runner Margaret and Jessie; reminis
cence of pWirBien,by a dkttlngulshed
ex-governor of South Carolina; descrlp-
tlttBiOf medical life In Paris.) by Prpf, E.
P. Porcher: Personno's "dhoulder to
Shoulder ;" some pleasant thoughts about
Arohipolago ? ad tk" seoret of other good
things calculated to enliven the fireside,
and make men, ad women think.
1 The loadlutt. 'newspapers of the North.
evidently, fcitoBtshed that any gop can
uunuallfled nralso on tho mairazine. have
republished Its articles, and declare It to
bo equal to thV best periodicals published'
in America. Ijet our people see to H thai
"Tbe XIX Century "receives thelrhoarty
support. Copies may bo found at tbe
storo of W. To, Rockwell & Co. ,
For Sle,s-Stllhte Acrp8.,or tho llnest
Walnut Timber Land In tho country,
Bltuated In Mississippi county, Mo.,
four (i) milm northeast of Charjos
ton and within eight (8) ,mIJes of Cairo,
Illinois. Bald land Is adjoining John
Swank's farm. Also ten acres of School
Land situated threo miles from Cairo,
Illinois, on the Cairo & St. Loula railroad
line. . i . .
"for terms and particulars enquire o
B. T. Whltaker'a Drugstore, No. 108
Cornnioroial .ayenuo, Cairo Illmols. dtf
Six Hundkkd Dozen moro of tho eel
l)ratedf"Mfe6n")Fruit Jaw, peV&qk art
eirapieaclfsealers. tht bett in. Anurica
Just received arldfor sale at reduced
prices, at thuueenawaro jrtpjwe. r
"FAnsdNs, Davos & Cq.J
vjy22tf ..New. 5 and7 Tenth ,
I jjrres"; u'nlf p rpJed,
1 1 III .TTT
.L.fWAltinvWKRiHnra? ,iaa .ero-.
arHOhloIVevw, i atoglOwll
AN AGBAVATING SET-BACK.
Twy At tomn mt twu Coal
la (he Mt
1 The proximity of, Mt Carbott'to the iron
ores of Missouri, aqd fhe inexhaustible
abundanee of excellent smeltlug ceal at
hand, led to tbo establishment of, an
Iron-smelting furntfeo at that point,
llie experiment proved a grand success
and for several weeks the work pro
gressed most encouragingly. Some
time last week, however, the furnace,
when charged with twenty or twenty
fivt-ionspf molten iron was uninten
tionally permitted to cool oiT. That
great mass of solid iron now Ilea In tbe
bottom of tbo furnace, and tho only
way Itcau be removed is by atise of a
hammer and chisel. Ttie furnace can
not bo torn down, for its erection caused
tho outlay of tens of thousands of dol
lars, Hence.the Immense mass of iron
must bo chisled out, chip by chip, a
process that will Involve the labor of
Tho loss to tho Mt Carbon company
by thl occurrence will Is many thous
ands of dollars, as that hunch of their
business must bo entirely suspended un
til tho great body of iron in chipped out
of their furnaco.
Drneott HoBklna ! Wm flTmit Nnlil im
Illm.Aaki n qucntltun aud Waau nn
' AHwir, '
Cairo, August llthf 18C9.
Editor Cairo Time: I notice in BuI
litln' of Abg. and au artlelo hoaded '-The
Rev. Mr. Shores and tho Rev. Jacob
Bradley In "which tho name of the foun
der of the article has beeu suppressed. I
now as a christian call upon the editor of
tho Bulletin ask ror tho names of tho
person or persons from whom ho obtain
ed the information from which he made
the article of August 10th. As General
Grant told me when defending the flag of
tho Union against traitors, to shoot low;
If the editor of tho 'Bulletin' does not an.
swerthls we know whereto Dlaee him.
Will ho do so? and If he don't know the
alphabet let him come to tho First Color
ed Missionary Church where he may
learn and get his feet washed, for Christ
will wash a sinful fool. I would like to
hear from him tweedlo d or tweedlo
dura. Anthony Hopkins.
Wo aro In no way hicllned to refuse to
give the namo of cur authority for tho
statement referred to above, and It Is a
mjauiKe inay 110 'rounder' or the article
tpeutlonedjias been suppressed. From
this statement It will bo ut oncoscon that
we have no objection to be heard from
either tweedle dum or twecdle de. We
admit, that wo aro rather moro inclined
to "dum'' than "do", but our Inclination
in this regard can have no bearing one
way or the other In tbla controversy. The
simple question la: "Who'told us?" This
labile tweedle do of tho matter. How
then can wo hesitate to an'wer? We
can't Aa Gen. Washington said to ua
when ha waa rallying around the flac:
"Neyersay die!" The truth Is, General
Grant told us all about the matter. Said
he: "I know him, and I'll bet my best
horse against a cigar It's so." And so it
was. We hope. Deacon Tony is satisfied'
How d' jr do, how d' roil do
The man of Shorn, Tony Hopkins,
Hoij do you, bow do you
0et along, Tony Hopkins, gft lonc t
Don'i you think nov.Tonyllopkini, don'i you thinki
(Now, think nir, Tony Hopklni,) you re wrong
Or drunk, Tony Hopklnf. for you drink
Don't you drink t
WeU, well, Tony Hopklni, rery writ 1
We wero wrong, Topy Hopklnt, rery wrong 1
Too ro right, Tony Hopklni very well ;
And we, Tony Hopkinf , Tory wrong I ,! . ,,
You do not, oh I T. Hopkins, get drunk J
To be obr, we know,' fi your rule;
But then, Tonyllopklnn, hro th spunk
To admit, Tony Hopkins, you'r fool I
Am Appeal tar tae Orpanaa.
TothtLadica : Tbe management of tbe.
Orphan Asylum, feeling assured that
the ladles of Cairo w'duld be glad tocon
tribute to the malntaiuance of tho 6rph
ans, bavo devised a plan whereby much
aMhrtance can be rendered at compara
tively little expense.
The fruit cannlnir season Is at hand:
now Vf each house-keeper will but add to
benefit of tho Asylum, it is apparont
bow.aaily a supply of fruit, Ac, can be
House-keeper will you not do this,
And thus, aid' In scouring a storo of health
ful provision, at so little cost, individu
ally, for tho llttlq homolesa oi03 charity
has placed in our'ehargo?' ' p
Allrwljo wUh; to coq tribute will bp
.klulnniurl k emJvtJv- J,'lAn,,
toMrs. N. Linton, Mrs. II. VV. Webb,
Mrs, tG. D,, Williamson Pj: Mrs. D Hurd.
Yory Rcspectfpliy, "
The Ladies of the Asylum.
Cairo, Ills., August 11, USCO
.If you want a good Move, ot tinware
hollbw-ware, 'copper or;aJiect-1ron ware,
tip roof,"guttcr, or anything la that llnej
sail op A. Fraser, Commorclal avonuo
beteen 'Eleventh and Twelfth street,
wbero hn has moved to, &zu fitted up the
large? and most complete shop In
Particular" attentlou given to sleam.
boat an4 mill work, qppper smlthiag
and 'sheet iron work, such as chimneys,
breecher escaplng,steam-plpes, etc.
Thoro was quite a flutter among the
lewd women of tho city this morning,
tho pollco having niauo a descent ana
"scooped in" about a half dozeu of them
to.iuuwertwhy, etc., they persist In a
violation of tho ordinauces'for such cases:
provided. Minnie Boss, Berthft, Castle
enagef' rwrreu Tr? urougJH ue
m , n 11 ... 1 T. L 1'
fore 'squire Sbannesey this wo
Inmates of a house or iu-rame, a
prehtaMng that tbe . ?squlre' r wrath
.wd a,bj.iwr(lwnk' niwV,.lt
change of vemie to qulrt BroasI eu
Barrett's" is warranted.
Mrs. Caroline Graff wab brought before
'Squire Shannesay this morning on a
oliargeof selling whiskey without a 11
ee'nae. The two principal witnesses, who
eJaim to boreepeotablo clttzena of Chica
go, were too drUnkto testify intelligibly ;
t!, conaeqiientfy, the case was contln
ued until to-morrow mornlrig, the brace
of intoxicated covies going to tho cala
boose meanwhile, to sober Up.
On and after the 1st day of September
next,, the Cairo Public School Library
will be placed subject to the uso
$f stockholders and members. A
papmVnt or five dollars Into tho Treasu
ry will secure a cer'ttflcato of stock that
will permit tbphIilec to costoue vote in
all meetings of (ho stockholders, and glvo
him freo access to tho library ror tho pe
riod of one year, Apply to Rev. C. H.
Footo, or M. B. Harrdll.
Tho alarm of fire and tho rush of fire
men and cllizens In tho direction of the
Fourth Ward at half.past 11 this a. m.,
waa occasioned by the burning of not
in tho chimney of Mr. P. Itielley'a rea-
luenco. The bulldinir was In 110 real
danger, but the contrary impression pre
vailing, no less than 300 or 400 men wo
men and children hastened to tho
aa fast as their means of locomotion could
I will offer for sale to-morrow, Friday,
August 13, at 10 o'clock, a. m., at my
salesroom, 105 Commercial avenue, a
large lot of flour and corn meal, also s
largo assortment of furnlturb consisting
of chairs' brusaela carpets, bedsteads,
bureaus, cooking stoves, mattresses, and
a large lot of boots aud shoes.
Balo positive, for every artlelo offered
will certainly bo sold.
Daniel Haktman Auctioneer.
BI4 Tan Krer? Wo, I Jfavar!
A very flub man, geutcel in appear
ance, frank and liberal In bis dealings
procured a marriage llconse from tbe
county clerk, yesterday evening, and,
paying a liberal price tborofor, asked
tbo clerk for directions that would enable
him to And a minister. It Is enough to
know that an hour bad not passed by
before the eager gentleman and tbe fair
ouo of his choice had been proclaimed
man and wire by ono duly authorized to
solemnlzo tho rites of marriage. About
all this there is nothlugstrange nothing
unusual The remarkable feature of tbo
affair Is that the persons at tho hotel
who bad watched the oat-going of tho
anxious couple, saw them return as hus
band and wife, aud as the father and mo
ther of a wee, little baby i All this trans
pired in exactly a hair hour I Commond
us, yet, to the Cairo atmotphcrc. Itaslmply
rart LUt tor ta l Kaara Eatfla
Twt aVIock, a. m.
Gen. Ande ron, Colsmbm. Wm. White, Padncah.
Joo Hemming. Ht. Louis Cumberland, ErantTillo
KoWrt Uurnt, Cincinnati City of Alton, Hi. Louis
llelle Memphis, Memphis Sam Brown, do
Oen.'Andaraoa, Columbus. Wm Wtdtn, Tadneali.
UeU Memphis. Bt. LnuM Hobert Burn. Memphis
City ef Alton, vlcksborg Cumberland, Kramrillu
The weather haa been cloudy and
agreeable since daylight, with every in
dication of a coming rain storm.
Business is moderately active.
Tbo Mississippi is still falling slowly
t 'St. Louis and above.
The Ohio la receding everywhere, with
two feet aix In the channel at Pittsburg
and four feet ten in tho canal at Louis
Here It la receding slowly.
The White brought outa slim trip yes
terday. Thai Cumberland brought 19 bbla ap
ples and a few. lota sundrleuifor the city;
094 aka wheat for St. Louis; 60 bbla pro
duce, 16 bbla pork and 28 tone sundries
ror tho South.
Tbe White, Captain Northern, is the
regular Pacucah packet this ovenlng.
The Armada, Capt. Ous Dusoucbet, is
tbe Evansvllle packet this evening.
Aa the river has receded sufficiently,
preparations are being made to com
'mence work on the dam to be built at
tbo head of the" falls' at Louisville.
Two monitors passed down yesterday
from Mouad City.
.-jTiminuoii us innt'Kttttr nv un
I. No oblwllon to thu country,
r," Cairo; III. null lt
M ALK-.- Two hundred head of beef ttprra.
61 rear old nnd unwards. ol Prentice. lUilivr
county, Miss. In tine uondition for feeding this till.
For Bart IcuUrs.
, aaiirons j, 1; iii;kkv, iteulak, lion.
Tar county. Miss.
TXrAKTED- Ueinnder County Order, nt 0 rt.
-Vf aadCityecrlp at65nUon tlio dollar, for all
uinua 01 i.umuer ana Jiuiuer.v .Materials.
lanlJdtf ! W. W, THORNTON.
TJIVwT ACTION BRACE A superior smpen
XT derforskitisorpailii an unequalled brace for
the shoulders 1 skwayiusatpeuder a brace, or not
OR 8ALK, CIIKAP-Now Cottase and three
lots, corner Locust and Sixteenth struets.
marltdtr tilltKN a U1LDERT, Atlr.s
QAIKO AND PADUCAK
light draught paiMOger ftunur
It. Y. NOItTHERN .
1 t tiVXIVM w
(eaular IU1LT T'HIPtJ betwaea OaHa aiul
re o'clock. n .
Laraataal sUfcal Hftaa malamaWaBakMal B9at ."aktAaatAU Aa'
raranjaaif saaaa aaw aaaaaacafaaBaari aara rvaaaawtrpanB
H.lltj1jL k yar.)A it httl PUI W - Ml
t, aypsasass aaala m asaMr W,X
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
"P"ALLIDAY BROTBEHS, '
FORWARDING AND C0JCMIS&I0N
3aoX B XI O 3EX A ST T
7 OHIO LEVEE, 7
jg SJfYTH&CO., "
OHIO 'LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
SUGARS, COFFEES TEAS, SYRUPS,
Molasses, Tobacco, Cigars,
Flab, Candies, Woodcimare, WlllowWart
lm. Oil as, XMl2xt.
VARXISHES, IJ RUSHES,
Wlndew-GInHs Putty, Lime,
Ctmtnt, Plaster-Paris, Gunpoieder
Old Rye, MoiiniiKKlieU and Bonrbaa
Hod ZioadAnd CSlaot.
Alio keeps constantly on hand a mott comnlau
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, GIN
Port, Madeira, Sherry aud Catawba
io, aaaxT roa
J. Ill ED $ CO'S CELEBRATED WHEEL
We, sell exelnsiTely lor CASH, towhlch wa Inrltoth
attention of close eah buyers,
rspoclal attention paid to fllllntr orders.
SKJII CE.Vril.VMAI. CXI08K.
THE iCTN A INSURANCE CO
... a ,1m
"By IhcJr IV11IU ye know them.
Lours Ittld in FJtj Years,
akfla, Bailor? 07.
Tke Most Successful Firo Insurance Ce
AN1I ASSETS, - 9S,32,Sil2
Three-fourth of the Insurauco Companies char
terwl hao fuile.1, proving tho mlitakosand diflloul
tles of a profrision tssrd 011 calamity and nilifl
tunv, with mi impoitanijuirt of itsderelopnirnt in tar
sphere of broad human TonTo!cnce. It Is arsrvaaA
uncommon event for one of these intrituttons t
isnakslta FlFTIKTllannnalienort, and thdt a tall
factory one anotlierof life's pialnettold leoons, "A'
you sow that shall )ou reap.''
l)nilnf and duly must bo shaped end rnrasurtt!
only by tho wealth and growth of our country.
Losses Paid nt Cairo by the .Eta t
D. C. 8ten art .. WJ a
Redand Cutminglunj.,.- 101
If. K. Paschall al K
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Titylor, Kdwards Co.
J. M. Ilumphrejr A Co
John Anlrim .,
A. It. fitttord
ltlohnr.l It. Norrs. . ..
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. Ji ea
''-MM,-t-HtHt.-M , ,83 9Ct
s - jW W
I. II. Humphrey-..
Troror A Miller
W. P. J. W, Timmons,
Hurd, Walsh Co
N. W. Graham X Co
Allco Taylor ,
(lair, Cochran 1 Co
........... 60- 97
) SOW W
llarrell & Uru -.
W.J.Yost A Co.. ..
-I. O, llarman
..... VO 00
Hiram iwnliam M 1 00
W. II. Watl tw 0
Halllday Uro .....,V11S0
.1. Ijederer ,.11
B, Smyth Co s 37
Uohn Q. Karman Si 00
1, ramuaxer w
' W. Oatrrey
J. J. Hockley
,.... ...,,, ,17 15
,., 400 00
.1. Z. JLiJ. 0
: X. Madden.......-.
tfisjsati in all.tha prlt cJil-Crtleaand
Xrffeaad top gul.rl as casl
wiaua with aa.
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