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XEQS ARGUB, r FRIDAY. FElillUAKY 19,
THE DIANA MONKEY.
rul the M...t Lively nn.i Playful of the
.. of the chase among
,i,ean,-it-iit t;iv.-ksaml Romans, and itcer-
liniT n's 0,1,1 to enil a linle monkt,y
' h I'Ih. k fiwe ami lon white beard tiy
,he name f the beautiful huntress. But
Diana whs the ifoihless of the moon as wejl
0f the chase. m! she was represented in
intiniratidin sculpture as tearing a cres
fPDt on her forehead; and as the monkey
hich isealleil after her has a crescent of
,nw while hair just above the brows, 1 sup-pm-ttMi
is the reason it receives her name.
K AN A
FASTKNI l Hi
However uniike the W-r:: inl Cr.vk pwl-i'.-ss
the loiitftaih! !;: .-r-::." nmy be,
it is pretty in ii-.iy. It has bright,
ititfllitf.lit f :in-i w". f-rm.st little
hands. Its white l.-i.-i ti'.v it a very funny
appearaife. If i :i n:i':v- ( the west roust
of Africa, a 'i. I the neutws. who seldom
make f"ts of .iiiitinil-. -inirtinies capture
the rinMike.v- r.. !! to --i liters. An Afri
can f .'i ! m I: li.ii! e.,i p.ws,-si,in of one of
tlu-se tiMfikey- was iri'eatly amused by its
l.'iiu' heard, but Imt ' n woolly head was all
oitje.-t of .nite a- much curiosity to Diana,
who. ta-fe'iiiu her Utile tiiisrT in t lie thick
wool, iv,h :i!i i i : 1 1 1 1 i t v persuaded to let
jo her hold.
The I liana monkey is one of the most
;i ivf'il of I lit- whole monkey tribe. There
,. l!lc ill the oolojieal irardens in Loudon
w!i:.'h. if"--, t'o-oiijh very umusini; antics
iii'l turns somersaults lun kw aril like a
'"'.' essionai t iimliler.
Iloiv to llaltille i .un.
T'i : f.-w hoys who do not anticipate
wi'l; p!i-.-i'i t he t line when they are per
ni::i.-.i ti. . arrv a yun and "i.-o hunt in;,'."
- ins ate dan.-rous alT.iirs in the
i. (.! ot t hos,. who do not understand how
to r irry and how to Use I belli. A writer
:a I'm'-, -t an 1 Str.-am oiv.-s thest- rules for
Itif -jniiianee of hoys in haiidliiir; ejims:
1' fs"- Kft.pty or loaded, never point a
cm to ard yourxdf or any other person.
..:id When a tiehl, carry your t;iiu at
t':. t il: eo, U. If in cover, let your band
-: ' M :!:, hammers fneii whipping twills.
"'!.,:: -When riiliun from one sliootini;
L-o'itid to a-Mther. or whenever you have
;e .rj'ii! in any conveyance, remove the
-I-' - il a breechloader, it lieiiusoeasv
to :';'! :i c ihem. If a muz.le loader, re
!: .. t !,. caps, brush oft' the nipples and
! i i ad on the nipphylet tint; down
tii- i..o;oner on waN. Simply removing
' '.' " ' h'iives a litt le fulminate
'f. f.ii'j.ie ;i;nl a blow ou the hummer
'- ! w i. i!is. hariri's it.
I . 1 1. i vci-draw a mm toward you
1 .: I. More care is necessary in the use
' ' i': a boat thnn elsewhere the
. .1 i-onihii-il action and uncer-
t.i;i, t. ,.t;., n makinsj it dangerous nt the
i- -t If p.iss,!,,. I,,, more than two persons
-ti m ! ... eiijiv a boat. Ilammerless guni
-r- a ',,i.iiit dauber to persons boatitif;.
s.xtli Always clean your ;tin thoroui;h
i. ,l s...ti as you return from a day's spurt,
! 1 liii i.r Low tired you feel; the con
s --iii -ii. -e of its always beinu reaiiy for
s t. :. i. n ample return for the few minutes'
i fr. si l;,i,r
A Lively Team.
A I: ly teiim, across the snow
In iMlliiiit stylet he horses (to
K-iiiii-isuinl Siilney, Itiilph and John
i'U Ho behind to urge them on.
' ! i.-nt toiler least command,
sin. k,...ps i,,.r i.hiyniHles well iu hand.
V. 1M1 hip ami reins to check and fc-nido.
As on thi' natiter, side by side.
I 'own hill they race with reckless speed,
A. most t.s. fast for Klo, indeed!
but thrrniirh the deep nnil cloeiriiiR snow
L p lull, ti. ir Hatpins; pace is (.low.
v -.' i
A GALLANT FOl'Ii IN HAND.
Ho rein, them ticht and cracks her whip
s hen in the ruts they chance to li
iianlerta.sk than you would duciii
It is to maiiaitu such a team.
ith eyes that seem to dance w ith fun,
"Ii facts rosy from their run.
h-ii they have scampered half a mile
r lu pulls them up to rest aw hile.
1 hey halt a minute's breathing space;
1 hen, homeward turning, off they racol
jJ" n hill and up hill, ou they go,
' aatuii; and tolling through the snow.
I iiinoun Country Itoys.
V.-.rlyUree-foufths of the men of the
' cd states who have become fnmous
,.' 'c ons of farmers and Kn nt a por-
ii. .,t U.jr ijves on a farm. For example,
I:; ' ". ( irant, Carfield, Hamlin, (irceley,
. ti. Cleveland, Harrison, Hayes. IShtine
ciaiiy others almost etpiaUy conspicu
W u ' '.'rr, ':t events or living memory.
,' ' andcrbilt w as born iu a small
'" -v ''i-sey town. P.uss, 11 Sage was born
,! a-Ni iv York village, .lay Gould spr it
. - e. i ly years on his lather's farm in New
1 : -state. Whittier and Howells spent'
':r youth in villages, the former spend -s
io.s time between farm employment'
Karly Imy f Televphy.
I was at Baltimor; when the Clay con
vention rnet. I participated in the Whig
national convention f ratification at Bal
timore May 2, 1844. In company with the
delegates from Maine, we left Baltimore
on either the 3d or ith of May for Wash
ington. On our at rival at the station
twenty miles from Baltimore the train
topped for wood and water. There was a
small building opposite the train. A man
announced from th! door that if the pas
sengers would gather around the building,
in less than five min ites he would give us
the first message from Washington over
the telegraph wire.
He adjusted the instrument, which was
in front of the window that was open. We
soon heard the tick ng of the instrument,
and the operator read from the strip of
paper the message. A-hicb I do not remem
ber. We gave three cheers for Harry Clay
and the telegraph.
The operator said he would send this dis
patch: The ears have j ist arrived from Balti
more. The passengers gave three cheers
for Harry Clay and the telegraph."
We then proceed! d to Washington. On
our way telegraphing was the general topic.
The w riter rememlers well that one dele
gate, who has since lieen a mcmlicr of the
cabinet, remarked. "They may make it
work this distance, but it will never reach
Hall imore." A not her delegate said it was
all bosh: they could not make him believe
any such trash. On reaching Washington
there was a crow 1 at the Capitol. The
w riter, as well as most of the passengers,
went there. Some one read from the front
of the building sev.-ral telegrams from the
other enil of the line. San Francisco
A Western Yhittine,ton bu.1 HI, ct.
Here comes a story for yon which sounds
almost like a fairy tale, but I am told that
it is strictly true: During the iirst days of
Pike's Peak, when that country was being
occupied by iiiiuii g prospectors, their call
ins were overrun .vith rats not your do
mesticated house nice and rats of an old,
civilized common ty, but rats large, rav
enous rats with teeth and digestive ap
paratus capapble of managing anything
from a tough old Ooot to a dainty piece of
breakfast bacon. This state of affairs
came to the know ledge of a thrifty Dutch
man, poor, but willing to earn a bright
dollar if the way was only pointed out, and
roused bis dormii it idea to take advantage
of the rat nuisance and profit thereby.
The Dutchman secured a yoke of oxen,
rigged a prairie schooner wit h three stories
and filled the same wit h good cats, which
his neighbors we -e glad to be rid of. With
this outlit be started across the plain foi
Pike's Peak, a te lions journey of some OHi
miles. This, wit 11 scant supplies of game,
prepared the cats for any encounter with
their victims. Their arrival spread joy
among the householders, and everything
was set aside to purchase c.ts. When the
stock of our wot thy Dutchman had been
speedily converted into gold dust lie sold
his team, ret urii 'il on foot across the des
ert plains tndm tha w ith over $l,."i00 and
bought a farm u.nr by. But the climax ot
this venture was attained when his faith
ful oxen st raved back to him. St. Nicho
las, His One Subject.
A certain etit'iusiast made it a rule to
talk of someth ng reaiiy important with
every person whom be met. lie believed
that any two eople could find common
ground for conv 'rsation if they only know
how and would exercise their knowledge.
But even be found one bard customer. Ho
had tried all the usual expedients, had
made suggest ho after suggestion, offered
leading remarks upon various topics and
exhausted the r -"sources of courteous ques
tioning. Iu ev -ry direction he had been
stopped byMli;e monosyllables that gave
no opportunity for further progress.
There was no indictit ion of aversion from
conversation on the part of the other, but
simply an appi -arance of hesitating timid
ity ami distrust of himself. This would
never do. It w. mid not fit in wit h the en
thusiast's thetries. Finally, frankly ami
rather desperately, be said:
"Mr. Jones, 1 am thoroughly anxious to
make your acq laiutance, to talk with you
upon some t heme of mutual interest. 1 do
not seem to Im- able to find our common
ground. Can you help me? If you will
suggest a sub, ecfof interest to you upon
which you will be willing to converse I
shall be most happy to attempt it."
Whereupon the other, visibly brighten
ing and leaning forward, confidentially an
swered, ".lust try me on leather!" Lon
An 1. xpert Calculator.
"There's a man down in Cattaraugus
county," said a rural visitor a couple of
days since, "who tells the time of day
as the ancient 4 used to do, i. e., with only
the sun and his calculating powers to aid.
He's one of -hose old time mail coach
drivers, and 'way back forty years ago he
cracked the whip over stage horses' heads
through a section in which railroads were
unknown. N w he is still carrying the
mails from t le postoflice to the station in
his home tov. n, four times each day being
on hand to look after Uncle Sam's postal
"This hardy old timer never carries a
watch and se ilimi looks at any oue else's
watch, yet during all these years not once
has he missed his mails, and so long as his
remarkable knack of keeping in mind the
correct time of day stays with him. there is
no danger ol bis missing nny. Now be
does draying also, and it'sa fact that if you
should tell him to be at a certain place at
11:10 o'clock tomorrow morning, he'd be
there and wouldn't ueed to consult a time
piece to lie p-omplly on hand, either.
"I've knovu fellows who couldn't tell
the time even if they had a watch, but it's
very few you'll liud who can tell the time
if they lum u't a watch, nnd this man I
speak of is one of the few." Buffalo F.x
press. IroiHsor Are rientiful.
An ordinary teacher now considers him
self a professor when he teaches a high
school and d -mauds the title. A township
superintendent is always a professor. In
the educational line it takes some little
work to acquire the title. A barber can
not call hin.self a professor unless he can
shave a man without cutting him twice
and asking Uim if the razor hurts. Twelve
music lessons at a quarter apiece havo
made sever d professors of music. Many
have fairly earned the title by hard work,
but many n.ore haven't. Dauciug masters
cannot be a lything but professors. There
are thirty-eight professors in Hazleton.
Enough t-i rowd asm, ill ball when an uni
versity ext wsion meeting is going ou.
Tlie Cinly W as ... d.
The littlt son of one of our legal lumina
ries was eating with gusto some candy,
which struck him as so unusually good
that he sui lienly turned to bis mother ami
said, ".Mamma. I believe that if Coil had
had tlris cutely he would eat it all up and
not give t le angels one bit." -Louisville
I inc. VKV O WUHH. I
Do thy day's work, in 4ar,
Though fast and dark J,e clouds are drift In
Though time has little left for hope and very
much for fear.
Do thy day's work, though now
The hand must falter and the head mnst bow.
And far above the failing foot shows the bold
Yet there is left for us.
Who on the valley's verge stand, trembling
A light that lies far in the west soft, faint,
Ve can give kindly Bpeech,
And ready helping hands to all and each.
And patience, to the young aronnd, by smiling
We can give gentle thought.
And charity, by life's loDg lesson tanht.
And wisdom, from old faults lived down, by
toil and failure wrought.
We can give love, unmarred
By selfish snatch at happiness, nnjarred
By the keen aims for power or joy that make
youth cold and hard.
And if (jay hearts reject
The gifts we hold would fain fare on un
checked On the bright roads that scarcely yield all that
young eyes expect.
Why, do thy day's work still.
The calm deep founts of love are slow to chill;
And heaven may yet the harvest yield, the
work worn hands to flU.
All the Year Round.
WHAT A BABY IS.
Many Definitions of a Heine That Should
liring Joy to Kvery Home.
The. London Tit-Bits offered a prize for
the best definition of a baby. Some of the
replies received were the following:
A bursting bud ou the tree of life.
The only precious possession that never
A lold assert er of the rights of free
A human flower untouched by the finger
The magic spell by which thegods trans
form a house into a home.
A miniature Atlas that liears the whole
world of wedded joys and cares on its lit
Father's rival in mother's love.
The sapling of the tree from which will
be built the bulwarks of our nation's fu
The iK-st developer of the most lieauti
fulpaitof a woman's nature 'unselfish
ness." A tiny, useless mortal but without
which the world would soon lie at a stand
still. The latest edition of humanity of which
every couple think they possess the finest
A native of all countries who speaks the
language of none.
A man or woman, making a start in life.
The uncoiLsciousmediatorlM-tweeii father
and mother, and the focus of their hearts.
A troublesome compendium of great pos
A quaint little craft railed innocence,
laden with simplicity and love.
A wee little specimen of humanity whose
winsome smile makes a good man think ot
The sunbeam in the bouse that drives
dull care away.
A curious bud of uncertain blossom.
The one thing needful to make a home
There is only one perfect specimen of a
baby iu existence, ami every mother is the
happy possessor of it.
The smartest little craft afloat in home's
A baby is a tiny drop in the vast ocean
of human life, capable of immense possi
bilities and surrounded by gnat mysteries.
A little stranger w ith a tree pass to the
heart's liest affections.
The pulp from w hich the leaves of life's
book are made.
A padlock on the chain of love.
A soft bundle of love and trouble which
we cannot do without.
A rose with nil its sweetest leaves vet
The sweetest thing Cod ever made and
forgot to give wings to.
A key that opens the hearts of all classes,
rich or poor, in all countries.
A king w ho, though his sinews are only
velvet, rules with a rod of iron, making
strong men quail before him and women to
answer and attend to every call.
A diminutive specimen of perverse hu
manity that could scarcely lie endured if
he belonged to some one else, but being our
own is a never failing treasury of delight.
That which makes home happier, love
stronger, patience greater, hands busier,
nights longer, days shorter, purses lighter,
clothes shabbier, the Iiast forgotten, the
The delightful tyrant whorulesthe home,
the mother's darling and father's pride,
the cause of a thousand innocent joys, and
the blest pledge of matrimonial felicity.
What is a gentlewoman? There are few
clear, familiar questions to which so many
different answers would Ik given as to this.
And yet every woman who thinks hen-elf
a gentlewoti 'in w ould he sure that her idea
of the character is correct and the only
correct one. The greater part of the ideas,
if definitely expressed, would in all likeli
hood convey the impression that the char
acter depends rather on externals than in
ternals, on accident than essence; that it is
more in condition than in principle. It is
on this accornt no doubt that there are so
many spurious gentlewomen.
Not more than one in t wenty claimants
could justify her claim if tried by a compe
tent court. Indeed there is reason to sus
pect the genuineness of those who plume
themselves overmuch on lieing gentle
women, who constantly talk of it as if they
were irresistible examples of the thing on
which they are so voluble. The true gen
tlewoman is too delicately constituted, her
organization is too fine and tio sensible, to
require or to admit of insistence or procla
mation. Junius Henri Browne iu St.
The Color of Bandannas.
Speaking of bandannas, these cotton
squares make gay and inexpensive covers
for cushions. The colors are fast and they
are large enough to spare a strip from each
to make into a trimming ruflle for the pil
low. For the sitting room lounge, whose
cushion is likely to serve on occasions as
the children's football, they are especially
Hull Your Jars.
Karihen and stoneware jars or crocks
should be filled with cold water ami pat
over a slow f;re and allowed to come to a
boil once or twice before using to cook in.
New York Journal.
Portia, inspired by l.cr gre::t invt; v.eat
into the court r.nd savod her husband lien
Tvistlom hud T.-ulid to v. iu lii.sc.-i.se. Choose
i : .
Dr. Miles' Mervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, head cbe, blues, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, ntutalglii,
8t. Vitus dance, fit and hysteria, but also
builds up (he body. -I am pltased to
sav that after years of intense suffering
with nervous disease, headache and pros
traiion. I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and in tw weeks eaiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
to sleep, bu. now sleep perfectly easy,
and am still improving wonderfully.
Cannot sy enough for the nervine
Mes L B. Millard. Dunkirk, N. Y."
"One customer used Nervine and gsined
fifteen pounds in fiv.h. Brown & May
bcry. Cortland. NY" Trial bottles and
elegant book free at H&nz & Bahneen's
For Over Tifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow s SoothiDg yrup has
Teen used by millions of mothers for
iheir children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
jain of cutting teeth send at ooc.e and get
bottle of '-Mr. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures dianhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
wlic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
'.ion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs AVinsIow's Soothing
tyrup" for children teething is pleasant
fo the taste and is the prescription of one
)f the oldest and best emale physicians
snd nuroes in the United States. Soldbv
all druggists throughout the world. Price
tweniy-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothirg 8rup
The text s for 1S91 are now due and
msy be pnid to the 'ownship collector at
Hurst & Donaldson's r.fliee in Masonic
Temple block Your last yeat's receipt
will be of great assistsnce to'ibn collector
iu finding your descriptions on the tax
books. William T. Suoden,
' Li'ed," hs the brokers swv, at "100
Dos sO e. DolUr." Hood's Strsapaiilla
is kI ws s h fiir qtiivil.-nt for the rric?.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My tvfnr Rays It ats rcntlv on the PUimaoh, liver
anl kMm-ys. nnl tsa jtlf-asant laxativo. This drink
Is niA'le from hrls and 1 prepared for use as euHilv
as H a- ItiscallMl
All drusreists soil It at fV. and gl mi prr partner
Buy on to-day. I.anr's Family Medicine mm4
he bowel each day. In irder Uj be Jicalthx, iLim
Dr. H I'm !"H revs srKctKU-s are scientifically and
rarvftiUy prepared prescriptions ; used for many
fvars in private nrnri ice v it h success.aua for over
hirt yean used by the ieope. Every single Spe
cit'c ts a ftpecla I cure for the dfase named.
These Specifies cure wilhoul druKinv, pnr(f
Inp or reducing the system, and are in fact and
rircl thcHovcrciKD remedies oi (heW orld
LIST OF PRIXCIPAI. NOR. CVRES. IRU
1 KevertH t nnffesnon. inflammation.
Worms, Worm Fever, Worm i'oiio. .
3 CryiiiK folic, or Teething oflnfautt
l fHnrrnea. of Children or Adults...,
5 IMfenerj Griping, Hilloi:-Cullc...
(Cholera M orbuf, Vomltiiig
7 CotiBhw. Cold, iirotichiiis
N Neuralgia, Toothache. Faeracho ...
? Headaches Sick Headache. Vertigo
III lypepAia, Bilious Stomach
11 rMtpprensed or Painful Periods.
12 White too Vroftise ivrtods
1 H Croon. Couth. IMfncult Krenthtnir ...
11 nli Khcnni, Krysiielaft, Eruptions.
i. It hpnmaiiini. K'hfiiTiin I in '.iItiu
h Fever and Ague. CMUs, Aialarla....
7 rile, lillod 4r lileediuK
19 rmarrb, Influenza. Cold in the Head .
W W hoonliiir 1 ouih. Molcnt CouKha.
'2 1 eneral ItcMlily .1 hyslcal Weakness
"27 Kidney IiHenne.
Nervous Debility 1
30 1 rinary W eaknes. Wetting Bed.
32 licaesofltacHeart, Palpitation 1
So! J by Drugftsra. or sent postpaid on receipt
f price. Dr. Hi'MrtiREVS' Sam il. (144 prcpx)
richly bound In cloth and (mid. mailed free.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CCL,
Oor. William and John Streets, New York.
SPECI Fl CS.
-ALL KINDS 07-
Cast Iron Work
done. A apeclalty of furnishing al. kind
of SlOTCt with Castings at 8 oents
A MACHINE SHOP
aa been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done lint-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
For saJe b; all firsvclase Grocery desk-
fat: t E3
QUICK AMO POSITIHC nn-.otrr H
M il N L V VlSOn wa Onl. Ln.limMi
S.K.M IVSCXUAC DEBILITY and LOST
VITALITY knn. A Marvellou Inwtco-
raiQr.rnrtlYlitnii.. nti.l. SI t to S ' mif C w
MnnatMi. fcir.tiM. bR.R.r.CATON.BMUi7.aMua.Kw
well satisfied ibM
Isllje BEST LAUNDRYSoAPinthe Worfd
rid I use it in J my Wkshiiz
J. B. ZIMMER,
Will sell for the next 30 days all his overcoatings at If)
pr cent less than the regular prices.
Star Blook, Opposite Harpeb Douse.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
All kinds of Fre.-h and Salt Meats alwaj-s on h md. Game,
Fish and Oysters In the sea on.
Reynolds' Block. Moliitk Ave., FOOT OP ELM ST.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds .ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing dore on fhort sotice and aatitfaction guaranty d.
Office and Show 1412 Fourth Avenue. ROCK ISLAND.
Billiard Parlor Sample Room,
No. 117 Eighteenth Street.
JAMES T. C CONNOR, Proprietors. TOI. H. CATTON.
J. Itt. CHRISTY,
C. J. W. SCHREINEE,
Contractor eind Biailcier,
1131 and HSS Fourth avenue. Beeidccce 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plan and S)eclf;cat5on. furr'chpd on all c!afe of work : alto apent of Willer't Patent bsioe
Sliding lilinde. lomelhing new, etylUh and deeirmble.
' 50TK tST.AVT. IU.
fMNHOOD RESTORED !
"-"-i tuarantf to cure all norrod di'eaw unf
9 i4 ".-! ''""'."''ii l""'"'. Headjdie.tv.krtiiliii.if.Uiin Mi
.'" !i"n. .V rr..un.-. l."ituae.alllrainaiid i('s '.f tx.wer or the m-mlli
Urcan? in eitb.fr p.'X cause l by over tjrrtton. Totitlfnl .rm.. ..t
. ... . ...-... . i.B-.iniur.ouurain. ana lost, .it rwn
Urcani In eith.fr FruausH I by over tjrrtlon. Totitlif n
J --oc- i UM-of opium fraumulania which joim load to Inrlrftitv. Conrarott-
t.m nn1 Insanity. Put iipci'tiviiicnt ti earrv in vt ixM-kK-u lit t r nu ll-
' aire hv Hiai'M, t.-rfi. W.Lh iT.rr l.tint.. .i A u.Fri. . ... ..T .
Bale in Rock island bv Hartz &
FfCTMfiffra'liaiiTff'' fi.t 'fr
THE POGITIVK CURE.
libSlhLY BROTHERS. Wttnen
avenport Business College,
CC1IPLZTE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
F0K CATALOGUES ADDRESS
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