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Tim DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 4, 1830.
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Cait. E.vds, of Mississippi river jetty
fame, lias now got a "big job" on hand, and
he seems determined to go through with it
that is, the building of a railroad across
the Isthmus for the transportation oN ships
and their cargoes from one oceaa to tho
other, so as to do away with the necessity
lor Baron Less.'ps to construct his ca
nal. The New Orleans Picayune says he
is now taking hold in earnest. He has
gained the aid of a number of capitalists,
aud the bill pending in congress authoriz
ing the scheme will be pushed forward.
Eads1 task in obtaining the necessary sup
port is an immense one, but such is his en
ergy and powers of inducement that
it is thouglt that he will accomplish it. Iu
the moan time the building of the railway
at Tehuantepcc, irom ocean to ocean, has
been begun, and ten miles of it oa the gulf
side of tho isthmus are finished. The en
tiro distance is one hundred and twenty-one
miles, which necessary winding stretches?
out 150 miles. The distance from the
mouth of the Coazacoalco river to the Mis
sissippi jetties is to about 700 miles, and
New Orleans is 2,:i00 miles, or seven days
carer the Tehuantepec route than it is by
way of Tauania. The road is contracted to
1)9 built and equipped by January, 1333.
Monsieur LcsBeps is working hard to get
funds to cut the canal over the Isthmus of
Panama, but the prospects of making the
undertaking pay arc so poor that his chances
oi success are not flattering.
WOMEN AND INDEPENDENCE.
The condition of women is everywhere
attracting more aud more attention, with a
view to its permanent amelioration. In Eu
rope, as well as in this country, their sphere
of labor has been widened and opportun
ities for respectable and very remunerative
employment aro now abundant. But much
yet remains to be done to make them per
fectly lrce something more than conferring
tho elective franchise and the right to hold
office. An essential to independence is the
ability to take care of one's self, to provide
well, to think and exercise a provident out
look for the future. To bo really indepen
dent we must know how to labor, and to
know to labor we must learn. This learning
ia what is most needed. Educators now de
mand that school teachers shall come with
the indorsement and dipolma of a normal
8chool--with adaptation to and fitness for the
positions they seek and so it ought to be
in everything else. A woman may be able
to sew ever so rapidly and neatly, but that
will not make a successful milliner or
nantua-maker of her. She must have
training of eye and hand to bo equal to
those wonderful achievements iu toilets
that challenge for artistic conception and
ensemble tho approval of all cultivated
persons. Women must be specially trained
for the callings they intend to pursue
They must go through tho same routine of
study that men do; by the same methods
master the intricacies of professions and
trades. That they can do so has been
abundantly proven by the women physic
ians, poets, painters, sculptors, musicians,
actresses, Journalists, moralists and antrouo
mors, preachers, typc-iettero, telegraph
operators, accountants, clerks, cooks
and hospital nurses, who by thou
sands make comfortable nud profitable
livlnpf in Hie larger cities ol Uiin country
anil tlic IciutiiiK nations" of Kttroiw. Women
nnmt bo ns thorough on the nvcniKorts mni.
They miibt not expect iu the future us in tlio
past to tratlo upon their ability to excite
eymrmtliy. That day is tlone. When tlicy
apply for work they must bo upecially fitted
for it. They must bo ready to o at it with
the confidence of assured technical skill
and ability. The time is coming when the
drones in the great human hive, whether
male or female, will be regarded and treat
ed as useless moths. Technical skill in
sures personal independence aud dignity.
Woman, of whatever social status, should
not be ashamed of it, and all of the six
who lead iu the work of its redemption
from the stupid environments of the past
should make it a primal duty to press its
importance as ait essential to the mainten
ance of an enduring independence.
AND THE LEAVES VERE roll THE
HEALING OF THE NATIONS."
This is fully exemplified in the demon
stration that so common a pasture weed as
smart-weed, or water-pepper, possesses
medicinal properties which, when combined
with essence of Jamaica ginger and other
efllcaciouH vegetable extracts, as' in Dr.
Pierce's Compound Extract of Smart-Weed.
It constitutes a most potent remedy for
bowel affections as diarrhoea, dysentery,
flux, etc. It is also an efficacious medicine
for colds, and to break up fevers and in
flammatory attacks, aud tor the alleviation
of pain. Every family should keep n sup
ply of it. T.0 cents by druggists.
WHEKE BOOTH IS BURIED.
The Washington correspondent of the
Buffalo Commercial writes: It was only
atter some patient inquiry that I could as
certain the facts, which are interesting, and
so far as I know arc yet unpublished.
Booth died, as will be remembered, in a
barn iu Maryland fiom a wound received
from the musket of Boston Corbctt. His
body was brought to Washington, aud af
ter having been identified by the court
martial before which his fellow-conspirators
were tried, was dissected by the
surgeou gonral of the army. The brain
and heart and some other parts ot the body
were preserved in alcohol, and arc now on
exhibition iu the medical museum of the
surgeon general's office.
the building in which the assassination
occured was Ford's theatre. The government
confiscated it, but afterward Ford was
paid its full value, and it has since been
used as the headouarters of the medical
corps of the army. The brain and heart of
Booth arc in jars, standing in a case that is
situated very near the actual scene of the
After the surgeon had done with
Booth's 1m1v, it was buried in a grave in
the arsenal' ground. Only half a dozen
persons knew the exact spot, which was
unmarked. In 1SGT Edwin Booth, the
actor, sent Mr. Weaver, the sexton of
Christ's church, Baltimore to Washington,
with a request that the remains of his
brother might be taken up and removed to
the family burial place. After some delay
the request was granted by President
Johnson, who was finally appealed to, and
Mr. Weaver took the body to the cemetery
in Baltimore and buried it beside the elder
Booth and others of the family. The re
moval was conducted with great secrecy,
ami was concealed from Secretary Stanton,
who had refused to give his consent.
"Cixnio (ii;inb" Prepared by Bill
ings, Clapp & Co., chemists. Boston, Mass..
is superior to, and a perfect substitute for
the Suphatc (Juininc, because it is a con
centration of all the alkaloids of Peruvian
Burk. The dose is tho FRmc; it produces
no disagreeable rffect; it is cheap, and al
ways standard in quality; and many physi
cians thciefore prefer it. Sold by drncgists,
or mailed on receipt of price, $1.50 per
II. F. McCakthy, wholesale and retail
druggists, Ottawa, Ontario, write: ,-I was
afflicted with chronic bronchitis tor some
years, but have been completely cur"d by
the use of Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, in
doses of 5 drops on sugar. I have also
pleasure iu recommending it as an embro
cation lor external use." Sold by
Pail G Schuh, Agent.
Tiik Florence Siohtinoale ok the
NiusEiiY The following Is an txtrac
from a letter written to the German Refom
Messenger, at Chambersburgh, Penn :
Just open the door for her. and Mrs.
Winslow will prove the American Florence
Nightingale of the Nursery. Of this we
are so sure, that we will teach our "Susyc
to say, "A blessing on Mrs. Winslow" for
helping her to survive and escape the grin
in", eolickiner, and teethini sciae. Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Hyrup relieves tho
child from pain, ami cures dysentery and
diflrrhirft. It softens tho gums, reduces
inflummation, cures wind colic, and carrys
the infant safely through the teething
period. It performs precisely what shes
professes to perforin, every part of it not
ing less. c have never seen Jurs.
Winslow know her only through the
preparation of her "Soothing Byrup for
Children Teething." If wo hud tho power
we would make her, as she is, a physical
savior to tho infant race. Sold by all
druggists. 25 cents a bottle. (3)
Mas. J. B. Wilson, Tlflln, Ohio, Bays : I
have worn an Improved Excelsior Kidney
Pad, and received more relief than from all
remedies I have ever tried. I cheerfully re
commend it to all sufferers. See Adv,
J. N. Bick, of Toledo, Ohio, says: My
father, before wearing the "Only Lung
Pad," could not sleep on nccount of his vio
lent coughing, since weiuing'it he has slept
soundly eveiy night. See Adv.
Tiiot'BANiis of Indies to-day cherish grate
ful remembrances of the help derived from
tho uso of Lyuiu E. Pinkhnm's Vegeta
ble Compound. It pohilivelv cures all f.
male complaints. Send to Mrs. Lydia E.
Pinkham, 3!J3 Wvs.crn aveuuc,Lyun, Mass.,
IIkn-hy Van Nortwk k, of Toledo, Ohio,
lays: A friend prevailed upon mo to try
an "Only Lung Pad," ami I obtaiiud Im
mediate relief from a ncklug cough. I
know the Pad helped mo. See Ad.
FACTS THAT WE KNOW.
If you are suffering with a severe Cough,
Cold, Asthma, Bronchitis, Consumption,
loss of voice, tickling in the throat, or any
affection of the throat or lungs, we know
Dn. Kink's New I)icovKitY will givo you
immediate relief. Wo know of hundreds
of cases it has completely cured, and that
where all other medicines had failed. No
other remedy can show one-half as many
permanent cures. Now to give you satis
factory proof that Du. Kino's Nkw Dist ov-
r.txM will cure you ot Asthma, Bronchitis,
Hay Fever, .lyonsumption, sewro Coughs
and Colds, Hoarsness, or miv Throat
Lung disease, if you will call at Geo.
O'Hara's drug ttore,Cairo Ills., you can get
a trial bottle tree ot cost, or a regular size
bottle for: fl. 00 (3)
AN EDITOR'S ESCAPE.
I IKI ICE OK TIIK "LSDlVriU.U. KI1A," '
Amiia, Iowa, Muy 30, ltJSO. t
To whom It may concern:
I take great pleasure in making the fol
lowing statement: I have been altlictctl
with a disease of the kidneys for the pat
two .years, and have tried numerous reme
dies with only partial and temporary relief.
Warner's Sate Kidney i.nd Liver Cure was
recommended to me, and after taking it tho
pain and distress left me, and I am to-day
feeling strong and well. I am perfectly
satisticd that Warners Sato Kidney ami
Liver Cure is thciivdiuiue needed, and cm
cheerfully recommend it to others.
G. W. Stamm.
Fellows' Hypophotphitcs makes aii old
person look years younger. "This witness
istrmV Would that 1 could more widely
make it known for its many virtues. Long
may its investor live to see the happy fruits
of his invention.
Alkxanduu Cluik;;, D. IX, Amherst. N. S.
I'o ail who arc hi lit ring from the errors
and indiscretion of youth,uervous weakness,
early decay, lu.-s of manhood, etc., I will
send a recipe that will cure you, free, of
charge. This great remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in South America. Send
a self-addressed envelope to the Hew Joseph
T, Inman, Station D, New York City.
THE LONDON LANCET.
The '"London Lancet" says: "Many a
life has been saved by the moral courage of
the sufferer" and many a life has been
saved by taking Spring Blossom in case of
Bilious, Fever, Indigestion or Liver com
plaints. Prices: 50 cents, small bottles
45 Years Itefovc the Public,
Dr. C. McLANE'S
arc not recommended as a remedy "for all the
ills that flesh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, and in all r.flious Complaints, Dys
pepsia, and Sick Headache, or discas.es of
that character, they stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used prepara
tory to, or after taking quinine.
Asa simple purgative they are uneo,uakd.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never sugar-coated.
Each box has a red-wax seal on the lid with
the impression, Mc LANE'S LIVER PILL,
Each wrapper bears the signatures of
C. McLane and Fleming Bros.
86?" Insist upon having the genuine Dr.
C. McLANE'S LIVER PILLS, prepared by
FLEMING BROS., Pittsburgh, Ta.,
the market being full of imitations of the
name MclMiie, spelled differently but
EXCESSIVE ANXIETY, or PHoLOMiED
MTDY. will produce iuilrmlly tu the Nerv-
oun HysUtin, In proportion an the strength of the
system li etpeuded upon the mind in troubled
thonuht, so arethe orcans f dlj;csllolj. iimlmula
tlon and nutrition rendered InaUivc and alui'Slsb
Iu proportion as the system becomes Inrlrm. Kvi ry
Individual bait orm: one orpin that Is weaker thun
the rest, and this Is always the first to suiter during
nervous prostration: fur example. Btlllctlnn news
sometimes causes total sti-pension of tho niucu
lar actiou of Ibu heart, when the patient U dehll
Itated. producing "udden liemorrtmitu and Oath.
No doubt any longer remains of th pructlhlllty of
restnriDB tho nervous system, atd turouh the
nerves ifie muscles nf the Impaired ori'uns. FKL
LOWS' ( OMl'Ol'.NI) SYKl I' of HYhOPllOSi
I'lII I KS Ijspi heeii proved to possess sucb power
In numerous Instances. I, will Impart strength to
overcome allllrlttiii. Persons who urn accustomed
to look upon the d.trk side, and who sue no pleas
ure lu living, on using this fyrtip soon learn to
vnliio and enjoy life, and thosH who study deeply
during long hours will And In tho Hyrup a pro
moter of the power of endurance In the bruin.
There Is no aniurdlty in the fact tlmt an Impair
ed Nervous Mvstem causes Consumption, Nvnrnl.
gla. Bronchitis, Mjspepsm. Asthma, Epileptic Kits
Whonplug (ngb, II eiirt I)iscas. and a host of
others; then whv Is It absurd that Fellows' Hypo
phosphites, which effectually cures Nervous liabil
ity, should cure thero discuses also. "Keiuuvo tho
cause ii ud the rumplalnt wll cease.
I ffLook out fur the numu and address, J. I.
FKLLOWH, Ht. John. N. 11 . on the wrapper In
water mark, which I' seen by holding the paper be
fore the ll lit.
HOLD HY ALL imi'GGISTS,
NEW YOUK STOUE,
WHOEESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
l.V M'UJO CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PAT1EH .So CO.,
Cor, Nineteenth street 1
V -rr t
The Weekly Bulletin.
PUBLISHED OX MONDAY
COSTA IS IN U
KO IiT Y YKi II T COL U M X S
$2.00 Per Annum
The Weekly Bulletin.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Manufacturer nnd dealer in Custonvmado
BOOTS and SHOES.
Finest and Neatest
stock of Custom
Made Boots and
Shoes Cop Boys'and
Men's wear to be
found iu the city.
No other shop can
compare w ith it.
S. B All work warranted, and Repairing neatly
none on snoii notice.
rirlifli Cf IletWPeii Commercial Mid
;IvmiUl ?., Wns,lntoii Ave
Cairo - - Illinois.
Boots and Shoes
Ircm Sunning ever,
Wearing off cd tbeSiflB
and Ripping in the
1'or sale hv
C. Iv O C JEI ,
Manufacturer and denier In
HOOTS AND SHOES
VIAVAYS carries the largest nnd l.et sele-ted
stock l Custom Miidc Hoot and Mite fur
lientsand Ladies ui arof all the latest :yies, also
alwaya ou hand a line of ha-lern luado goods,
liubbi rs, Lestberaud (ladings. Invitcsail to call
aud einiuine g'iod und prices before purchasing.
1. Outfit sent freo to those w ho w ish to on-
gage In the most pleasant and profitable
I'lisiness known, J.'wrvthln;; new.
ryttipitaln.it rrtilKd We will furuisli
eu-nthln''. fills day nud npwnrd" is yet
ensilv niSlle withol.l stuvtnt. nuuv (r.m
home ou r night. No risk whatever. Munv new
workers wanted at onco. Many an; making fort
unes at the business. Ladles make as much s
men. nnd voting boys aud gills mae great puv. No
one wh.i Is willing to work falls to make ' more
money every duy than can he mudelu aweek at any
other employment. Those who cugtiga at once
will tlud :t short mart to fortune. Address II.
HAl.LKTr A CO.. Portland. Maine.
k NEVER-FAiirdB REMEDY
For Chills and Fcvsr, Bilious and In
termittent Fevers. Dumb Ague,
and all KaUrial Diseases.
Stop taking Polsonon Prills I
Stop taking (leuf-iiroduehi;; iuiiiinot
StoptmkIn( bon-lestny!ii;; IMrrcuryt
Stop tklCff daiifforc r.T Toiw-n!
Stambtril Cnro ront.'liri i no i.'ninrl
Standard Core. eoutiiia ! le.-cury !
Standard Cure contains no poisons!
Standard Care la pleuaisat to tuhe !
PRICK 50 CKNTS PKB HOX.
Standard Cure Co.U4 Nassau st.N.Y,
And by Drugijla's.
VJtlTK'E TO CONTUACTOIIS.
Orrnre nv Citv Ci.kiii, .
'aiiio. Ii.t.s, Oct. Issi,
Scaled proposals will bo received at this office,
directed to the City Council of tlie city of alro,
nntil ' o'clock p. m of Tue-ilav, November Villi,
lSso. for luriiislili g the mateilal aad doing the
work, or doing the w ink uen sary foe
the coiistiuctloii mid reconstruction ol
tho following sidewalks vi. : To be
constructed ol wood: on the northerly side of
Tweillh street, from Washington avenue to Wal
nut streei ; on the not herlv sldu of Pourleeuth
street, in fruit m lots No. ?.l. 8fi aiU :)T in
block No. Tl. To be recunstruefd of wood: i n
the westerly sldsof Washington aveuuefrorn t'llth
to Sixth streets.
To bu constructed of brick: On northerly side of
Eighth street from Commer lal to Washington av
enue: On both sides of SUth street from Le.vec
street to Commercial iivonuo. To bo reconstruct
ed of cinders or gravel. In lieu of old wooden
walks, on the south aido of Thirly-loiirth street
from Co'iinierc.rcial avenue to a point gr feet east
from Sycamore street; as proviund by ordinance
No, V!. approved September 2Ttb, 1"), which Is ou
flic In this ofllce aud subject to examination at any
The right ti) reject any ami all bids roserved by
tho city. D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
f p r TTv Yourselves by making mon
II I J' I I when a golden chance is
""I 11 1 I J I offered, thereby always
I I IJi ti I keeping noverty from your
door. Those who always
take advantage of the good
chances for making money Dial are olfered, general
ly become wealthy, while those who do not Im
prove such chances remain In poverty. Wo want
many men, women, boys and girls to do work for ns
right In their own localities, Thu business w ill
pay niore than ten times ordinary wages. W
furnish an expensenslve outfit and all that you
need free. No one who engages falls to msko
money rapidly. You can duvoto your whole time
to tho work, or only your spare momenta. Pull
information and all that Is needed sent free. Ad
dress STINSON & CO., Portland, Maine,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for ItnisroTemente
on old ues; for medical or other compound!, trade
marks and labels. Caveats, Assignments, Inter
fereuccs, Appeals. Hulls for Infringements, and
all cases arising under the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. .Inventions that have been
hi? 1 LTTlcTl by tn0 Patent Ofllce may still,
HrjO rAJirJlJ u most cases, be patented by
ns. Being opposite the U. S. Patent Department,
and engaged In Patent bnsluess eicluslvoly, we can
make closer searches, and secure Patents more
promptly, aud with broader claims, than those who
am remot from Washington. . '
TXT VUltfTm? W send us a model or sketch I
IVi VJali I UIVO vour device; we make ex
aminations and advise a to patentability, free of
charge. All correspondence strictly confidential.
Prices low, and no charge unless Patent Is secured.
We refer In Washington, to Hon Postmaster
General D. M. Key, Rev. V. D.Pownr The Gorman
American Nations) Hank, to officials In the U, 8.
Patent Ofllce, snd to Senators snd Representatives
In Congress; snd especially to our clients In every
Ststc in the Union aud tn Canada. Addresa
. O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Pat tit riffles, Washington D. 0
We Mean fined, Not Merely Kdir.ef.
And Can J'rov; What we Claim.
. t''I'liero are no failures and no tllsulipo!ar.
iiieiils. iFyiu lira troubled with MCk'll El
ACHE yon ran be eaolly und" Tpjickly cured""
hundreds haxulitrii alreaily, Wn7hiV bu'picas.i
to mail a sheet nf tculiinuilni to uii viTit.-r-itl .:)
Carter's Little Liver YiU
Also cure all rortns or lliiinusness. prevent ( or,!
patinri and Dyspepsia, promote Digestion, reli-v,
dlxtrcn from too hearty fitting, correct Disorder
or the Stomach. Stimulate the Liver, mid ilej-nltti.-the
Howls. They do nil UiU by lukiuir Just o:.
little pill .it a tiittv. They tire purely vegetable, (i ,
not gripe of purge, ami are ii nerirlv perfect
It Is j.n'-r.ile for a pill to be. Price St certs, f, d -I.
Sold by druggists even here or ml by n)-:
CAiiTKH MEDICINE i.O . EEIE. PA
To Nervous Siilli ti rs Tl.e t.reat Kuropctii K-i..-
eilV Dr.. I. P.. Silllpsim'sSpciille Medicine.
Dr. .I.B. Mmpsun's Ppcclilr M.-.ltt-iu.- Is a
live cure fur Spermatorrhea, Impotencv, M"ial;r. m
Slid nil lllselises result lllg Irom Self- Ab'llMr. as ''
volih Iiebllltv, Irritability. Mental AiuMy. I.nnzv.r,
Lassitude, Depression olSplrVs nud funrtioioil i
raiigements ut the Nervous hv-iein generally I'a.i.'
Ill Hack or Side, Lit., of Meinorv. I'ti-innturi' n '.
Age anil (Jisi tsea
Hint b ud to Con
ty tnd an enily
grave, i.r both.
No matter how
slmttetcd t h e
system nuiy be
fiom ejeesses of
any kind, a shott
course of this nieiliuue wiil restwri- ihi; lost 1ul
Hons and procure health and happiness, where I
foir wu despowdency and gloom. The Spi'li'. .
ileiilcltiu U being used iih wot.ilerfui e
Pamphlets sent free to nil. Write fer tl,. hi m :
get lull particulars.
I'rlce. spi.citlc. ft fOper paikngc. r f: p-'
ages for j.isi. Will bo sctil by mail ou receipt i
money Addnss all orders,
.1. B. SIMPSON'S MEDICINF. CO.
Nos. 1C4 snd ln6 Main St.. buffalo, N V .
OKAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICIXF,
TRADE MRK.Thc Ureal English 7 K.XDE JIA?.:-.
Ilemcdy, an no
falling cure for
Sper m t orrhoea.
Impotenry, and all
diseases that fol
low as a come.
quenco of self
JOOioro AaaiilgiiM-mnry, unlwisal
n r mi. auuse; a loss oj
lassltuue. pain -u t!f hack, dim to.. TaVii
iicss of vision, premature old nge. lsl,J.
and many other diseases that Uad to in.aui:; i
consiioipiiun ami a prco.attire prave.
Full particulars In otir psinphlm. which we 3
ire to send free by mail to every one. The s,
cllic medicine Is sold by all riniggi-ts at 1 ;
pack.U'e. six for '. r will bo n-ni tree by mail -.
receipt of the monr. bv addressing 1 HE t.i.'A V
MKDH INK CO.. No .1 Mechanics 1 iix k. Detr "
Mich. Sold In Cairo by llarclny Brus., Pai.. i.
Schub and Geo. E. O'Htra.
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The New Food
Malt Bitteks Company.
B I T T EES.
flMIKKEIi no greater Iilood Producer and life
1 sustaining principle In the world of foods or
msrllrhiH thun MALT 1UTTERS, nrenured from
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the body and tho brain, eurlch tho blood, solidify
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cbcor tho mind, perfect digestion, regulate tho
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Roware nf Imitations similarly named, Look for
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where. MALT IUTTK1I8 CO., Bostou, Masa.
New mid vcrv AttraetlveStvloaRre now rHdjr
If A mi W Hrr cabinet or Parlor organs in
iUAOVil the world, winners of highest ills
tltietlon at every great World's
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