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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

WHERE MONARCH BEN NEVIS SCOWLS. ilk em an Writes About Inver ness, the Metropolis of the Highlands. THE SEAT OF ALL SCOTTISH KINGS. An Old Northern Capital and Its In teresting Surroundings — Castle Hill Around Which the Fair City Is Built— Winding Streets Full of Curious Old Structures With Gable-Ends, Arched Gateways and Hanging Balconies. -..-ei-lalto The Sunday Call. ''"' — "PNYI.IiN'I-'.ss (Scotland), Sept 8, I f lSUO.— Whether yon come from the ( \ Western Isles through the Caledon- Vj f inn Canal, with its noble reaches of I I lakes bordered by cloud - kissed t- J mountains where monarch Ben Nevis scowls through the swirling mists; if by the eastern coast where the German Ocean thunders against granite headlands and ui'ghty precitices, and no sound save the roaring of the tempest or the shrieking of sea fowl is ever beard; or whether you tramp across fair Perthshire and Inverness shire over the fine highway, where modern civilization lias utilized the old Roman roads, and in ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 19 October 1890

16 "IMPRESS EUGENIE" AND HER COURT. Reminder of the Days When tho French Empress Reigned in All Her Glory. THE EXILE OF CHISLEHTJEST. The Room Which the "Nephew of His Uncle" Occupied While in the Lovely Retreat in the Beautiful Parish of Kent— How the Ex-Empress Appears—Feat ures That Have Been Altered by Grief and Years. » C — p>" ONE of the booths at the Me- J [ chutes' Pavilion there is exhibited r S a reminder of fallen glory. It ii a S r picture, or more properly, a copy of I I a picture which a quarter of a eon. t- — J tury ago, when it was first placed on exhibition, attracted a great deal of at tention by reason of the people it repre sented. It is a picture representing "Eu genic, the Empress of the French, and the ladles of her court." The following, which was compiled from the "Exiles of Chisle bursf'for the Inter Ocean, is at this time not inappropriate: It is now nearly twenty years since the Emperor Napoleon 111, following the tradi tions of his race, sought a refu...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 October 1890

MIRABILE DICTU. 3 % &• v I § -, s-->-\ -I LIVE WANT ADS APPEARED IN SIN- '♦' ' E 101 l DAY'S CALL; 156 MOKE THAN THE '*', \ ' I HIGHEST PREVIOUS RECORD. }£, l k THR CALL IS REALLY THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM! 1 tpifpyjC'' ■•>.--*-*'*i*i*i*r > i*i*~*'*T'" > "'r°T'i*'.*' < i->»i[P VOLUME LXVII-NO. 142. A HEROIC ENGINEER. Bravery That Averted a Terri • We Disaster. A Passenger Train Cuts Its Way Through a Railroad Wreck A Severe Storm— Tempest Tossed Waves Laden With Wreckage— The Quincy Tragedy— Crossed Wires. Special to The Morx'lXo Call. Ekie (Pa.), Oct. 19.— horrible catas trophe was averted on the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern Railway to-day, near Silver Creek, through the bravery and cool beaded conduct of the engineer. A detached section of the east-bound freight-train bad been run into by another section, and a por tion of the debris was thrown over on the west-bound track, just as No. 5 fast train was going West at the rate of fifty miles an hour. Engineer Jo...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 October 1890

2 LOCAL POLITICS. Upward of Sixty Thousand Voters Have Registered. E. H. Karkhsm, "Cur Next Governor," Bo turns to This City-C'DonneU Has a Dis turbance at His Keeling. Colonel Markham came down from Hum hoidt County yesterday morning on tho steamer Corona. As me vessel steamed up to the dock It was evident from her liberal display of bunting that the tourof the north ern counties by the tall Pasadenan had been as triumphal by sea as by land. "Our next Governoi" was on the bridge of the steamer. hen he greeted his friends who boarded the boat to receive him it was with that same gem.nl manliness of expression which has captured the tenacious friendship df thousands of men with whom he has be come acquainted for thfl first time during this, i-a upuicn. Tiie continued ovations given him night :m.l day for the past few weeks, demanding from him in return repeated expressions of i.is Interest in the welfare of the State and her people, and also the. arduous and un ceasing travel, have n...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 October 1890

BOYS LV BLUE. Another Inspection Report of Summer Camps. Etcrfmento's Military Hcu'.ed Over the Coals. What the Fisnreß of Kerit Do Bhcw. The Army cf 30,000. As has been noted, the report by Lieu tenant J. W. Staples, Division Inspector of the summer encampments of the N. G. C, Is a modest document. Particular note is made of the condition of the tents as show ing the care taken of the State's property. It is a pity, however, that in these inspection reports never or seldom are given figures showing the attendance in camp, by com panies, of the battalions of the Second. Brigade. CAMP OKTOX. • -■'•:.- Speaking of Camp Orton of the Sixth In fantry—and, by the way, the three encamp ments reported upon were all pitched on the same tract near Santa Cruz— tho report says that "special mention is male of the condition of the tents in this command," and "while no special mention fo particular com pany or street, yet tents generally were well cared for. Hay was not confined to ticks ; hence ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Ran a lnrcer circulation than any other newspaper i>nl>TUli«l in S..n Francisco. T\ n i< AIH)N OFFICE: l"5 sWntßomery street, near Clay, open until 11 'V.erk r.' x. J'.BASCH OFFICES: 710 Market street : ear Kearuy.open until 12 o'clock midnight; s:-p Hayes street, open until 9:30 o'clock: *X>3 raikin street, open until 8:30 Clock, ami 2518 ftUfision ttrect, opou until 9 o'clock p. m. RITBSCKinriON KATES: rAIT.Y CALL (Including Sundays), $0 per year by r ml, postpaid: 35 cents per week, or 65 rents per calendar month through carriers. I>AILV CALL.flve 'ci pits tliree months. 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelve I sets), *1 60 per year, postpaid. SUNDAY < VI. I. .aid WEEKLY CALL J-J 50 per year, postpaid. V KLKLY CALL (eight pages), $1 25 per year, post ;. .l. Clubs of ten eat to one address) $10. AI'OTIOX SALES TO-DAY. Bi ■■ Estatf.— O'Farrell £ Lang, at 11 Mont gomery St., at 12 o'clock. rcBKjTCWt— By lieo. F. Lamson, at 27 Birch :.■. .. at 11 o'clock. 1 i i....

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 October 1890

bpstskss CHANCES. „-,.., partner WANTED, to LOOK AF- />,*''• I. ter the, lilted help and receive the cash Siu a fine restaurant near Market St.; takes in $35 per day in cash; a full Investigation allowed; no ir< vluns cipenencw required: owner Is a first-class cook and attends to that department; clears $200 ler month over oil expenses. Apply K. KENNY", . it U7f n n PARTNER WANTED (A SURE F OR JJS I i ' ■'"■ tune) to look after the hired help, keep ti -.ir time, etc., In a large, well-established business Ii! tins city, employing from 75 to 100 men contlnu- ally and working nearly 50 horses: is positively clearing ff om *GOO to i LO ii per month and con- stantly Increasing; over $50,000 worth of work now on hand: no previous experience necessary, but must lie of sober habits: owner is known all over the State and can give the highest references; a most tiior.mgii Investigation allowed. Apply K. KENNY, 22 Kearny St. It r.QXfI COAL-YARD FOR SALE— FIXE BUSI- CCJU. ness near Third...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 October 1890

6 THE SOCIAL WORLD. A Large Number of Pleasant Family Entertainments. Engagement Announcements— The De Forrest Musicale-A Fancy-Dress Parly—Forth coming Dances— Notes. • ;' These are the golden days of dancing dubs. Pleasure and profit, the twin prin ciples of ethics, alike declare for association, ami here in San Francisco we seem particu larly happy in our social combinations. Oc casionally there arise internal difficulties in the clubs, but these aro always surmount able. Perhaps the membership becomes unwii-ldiy. or a matron writes to complain of some slight; or the dates of two enter tainments clash, or at a late hour unpleasant incidents threaten, but these thing* arc. merely opportunities for our club managers. The latter do not seem to rule by imperious nesj, or by everlasting concession, but by some magic middle course, which maybe defined as "the tactful way." Tact is ap parently the universal solvent in all social difficulties. There are several organizations in this city...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 October 1890

SUNDAY SPORTS. Speeding Hounds on Hie Oakland Race Track. O'ympic Club Gamei— The Independent E:fl;»' Annual Shoot— Oakland Canoeists on a Spin— Boating Notes. An increased crowd greeted the 'partici pants in yesterday's races at the Olympic grounds as they took their positions on the track. These weekly contests are becoming more popular with each one, and the San Francisco and Pacific Ocean Railroad, which passes the club grounds and by an arrange ment stops its many trains there on signal, is congratulating itself en the increased popularity of the Sunday races, and, indeed, of the grounds themselves. About 200 per sons not members of the club watched yes terday's races. The first event was a 440-yard Handicap i't<l hurdle. There were ten hurdles placed - .1-I. mt, each one was two feet six inches in height, and added materially to the diffi culties in Hie way of. winning. The follow ing were the entries and handicaps: S. V. Cassady, scratch; J. C. Kortick, 16 yards: A. G. She...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 20 October 1890

8 FRISCO STILL IN THE LEAD. Great Games in this City and at Sacramento. Thirteen Innings Required to Settle a Game Between Oak land and Stockton. Ik* metropolitan! Win From th» Senator! With Borchers in the Box. League Liners. The skeptics who know it all ana think the Stocktons can't play ball were badly fooled yesterday. For twelve long innings this up-country aggregation, who In the pen nant race are lost to sight, gave the dashing Colonels their hardest fight of the season, and this with a patched-UD team. There was not the usu.il large Sunday crowd in attendance, but those who re mained away missed a rare base-ball treat. The Stocktons were minus tho services of both Armstrong and Stoekwell. who missed the train. This left them without a catcher and younc race Wilds, a big. brawny, colored backstop who for several years has been prominent in amateur base-ballicircles, was secured to til! the vacancy. Although Wild* had never caught Kilroy before he went in and handled tho Phili...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 October 1890

a^TSfIRABILE DICTU. fc C? -. f—>-i -i MVK WAST US APRAXKD IX Sl\- S Q\ _ —^-, -• L iVE WANT ADS APPEARED IX SUN- ,\ V, J_to_LX DAY'S CAM ; 106 MORE THAN THE ft '■'/. HIGHEST PREVIOUS RECORD. V I THE C'LL IS REALLY THE ONLY WANT medium i; i [E9jQ?^3OOOCO t l'*"*I l *l'*l***l*l^w*-I*'lO*r*l*l*r*l*l*l^-I*l*r*loj^3j VOLUME LXVII-NO. 143. FRENCH CONGRESS. ConYenicg of tlie Senate and Chamber. ■ Rccca Introduces ihe IMmuni and Maxi mum Tariff EiiL Baifcur Taken to Task by Jthn Morlcy. Denounced as Being Unlit to Govern. Special to The Morniss Call, r.'.rjs Oct. 20.— The Senate and Cham ber of Deputies reassembled to-day. Bi.ls Introduced by the Minister of War relative to s; ies and providing relief for the families of soldiers in the event of the cation of the army. The chamber greeted the Ministerial measures wit h ap planse. Roche, Minister of Commerce, introduced in the Chamber of Deputies a General Cus toms Tariff Bill. It is the minimum and maximn in bill which has already been m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 October 1890

2 LOCAL CANDIDATES. The Bfpablic»Bß Batlfy Their Municipal Ticket A Lsrg-s ond Enthusiastic Meeting at the N<w ■Wigvraiii— Genral Chipman Prediots a BEpnb'.icnn Victory. A Repu] 1 can ratification meeting was held last tiiciit in the new Repnb lean Wig wam at the corner of Joues aud Eddy streets. 1) S. Purn, in caliinc the meeting to order, remarked that it was ceasing to be a cam io! Republicanism ag Inst Democ racy, but %mis growing into a strug^b' of good Bovernment against bossism. 'l'he Republi can ticket represents purity of mnalcipal and State aduiinistration. For this reason hundreds ol Dtrnocratt are Hocking to the banner if n at party, which is and always has been the friend of the people. Meyei .' cobs was introduced as Chair ruan oi tne evening, aud congratulated the people on tbe fact tuat eood Democrats are jc itiiii^- in liie effort to destroy tbe power of "Boss" Buckley. It was also essential Hint t..- State ticket should not be forgotten. The mention of Colonel 1...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 October 1890

ALONG THE BAIL. Hnnlington Says That Railroad ing Is His Business. \?:-.y the Overhand Mail Trains Are Always L\tt- Inability cf the Onion Pacific to Eake Connections. President Ilunlington of the Southern Pa cific Company was hard at work when vis ited by a CALL repoiter yesterday" after noon in his office at Fourth and Townsend streets. In the course of conversation he said: " Somehow the people of California think that 1 am here to meddle with their politics; that in the coming election I am to use what influence I may have in electing somebody to office. lam here for no such purpose. I am not a -politician, and take little interest in politics, Railroading is my business and 1 am doing my best to attend, to it. •' I snail leave soon for an inspection of the lines in the north, but have made no definite arrangements for any extension in the near future. 1 know of no necessary chances in the operating department It is true 1 have found it advisable to dispense with the services of...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 October 1890

4 THE MORNING CALL Pun 8 larger circulation than any other new M-ai»gr*iiiiMisli«-'l In San Francigeu. riUI.HATION OFFICE: B"S Montgomery street, near Clay, open until 11 ovicck ,-. v. BBANCB OFFICES: 710 Market ;ir . r. near Kearny.open until 12 o'clock midnight; ffp llsyes street, open until 8:80 o'clock: UO3 liiiktn street, open until. 9:30 clock, and 2518 Htaleß meet, open until 9 o'clock p. x. SI BSCRIFTIOJi KATES: rATI.v CAIX ■ Including Sundays), S6 per year by trim, postpaid: IS cents per week, or 65 cents per i.-i>m:.i month through carriers. DAILY CALL, live rcpjcs three mouths. $0 25. SUNDAY CALL (twelra rages), SI 50 par year, postpaid. SUNDAY CALL Bill WEEKLY A 1.1. a--.' DU per year, postpaid. VIXKLY CALL (elßlit pages), $1 25 per year, post- KM, Clubs of ten (sent to nne ... r ■-.-■, fIU. AUCTION BAXEB TO-DAY, liiMii-RK.- CSbas. Levy, at 688 California It.. at ]U 'Clock. Fi'isNiTiT.ic.— By M. J. Simmons, at 412 Fulton St., at 11 o cluck. . Wl ATHEU PKKUICTiORS. SiB...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 October 1890

BI'SIM'SS CHANCES. XT-nil I.i:i;IIIMATE BUSINESS — PART- SI t UU. Nt wanted in large downtown manu- facturing bouse, employing 14 hands; lias the finest modern Improved machinery made; run by steam with own iiouer: manufacturing and handling sta- j,!e irootls ttiat are in demand and used everywhere; working on orders from leading wholesale houses from all parts ot the state: business shows a clear profit of SJSO per month with prospects for large increase: must be a fair accountant and act as treasurer for the company preference, all leading houses in the State; terms easy. GEO. STEWART, l-Jj Kearny St. 4 It .'I, :/ ,/) FIRST-CLASS LIVERY AND BOARD- • —'"■'• Ing stible Iv very best location north of bamLsouie ofhee. harness, robes and carriage-room; stable has all the latest modern in.- provciueiits, with the finest livery stock In the State, rod everything necessary tor a lirst-class business; 39 regular boarders; long tease; cheap rent: clears $150 to $200 per mouth: without doubt...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 October 1890

6 h ,t;s£s to let. nbtUOI, 103 BTOHAHAif ' l^and Market; 6 rooms: largo garden; fine view, rent $--• 80. OC'^l ■»* '- I MARI V PLACE. OFF JACKSON, NEAR MA- i son rooms; rent f 15. . oc2l 3t» OUSE9 ROOMS; BATH; 413 LEAVEN WORTH St. Inquire l.arkin. oc2l 7t* « 1 4) COTTAGE 4 ROOMS; YARD, LOMBARD !?l-.>v, near Hyde, _oc2O_7t*_ /'A ROOMS TO LEASE FOR 6 YEARS; FURNI- UUture for sale: one of the best located and ■ sunniest houses In the city, containing about 60 rooms, Inrlndinj: dining-room, kitchen, laundry, barroom, with hlllard-ialdes and card-room: all completely furnished and always full of guests; no darkrooms; tenant must be prepared to purchase furniture: present tenant (10 years) letirlng on ac- count of ill-health. Apply to P. C. MOLLOY. 138 Montgomery st. QCI9 3t OSY COTTAGES, WESTERN ADDITION: 6 Kj rooms, bath,' basement, yard and patent fide- walk: rent *-l>: water extra. Apply to P. C. MOL- LOY. l:.s Montgomery st. ocl9 3t II A FELL ST., NEAR VAN NESS A\E.-11 11U room...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 October 1890

THE SOCIAL WORLD. Wedding of Miss Edith Bomer siud Mr. J. Copley Lloyd. Psrty on Golden Gate Averne— A Camp Fire. Th" Wcstrste HuLic»le— Private Par ties-Personal Notes. Mrs. K. E. Eyre has issued cards for an "at home" Saturday next, from. 4 to 7 o'clock, at her residence, 2119 California lire •'- To-day the wedding of Miss Mary Mur phy, eldest daughter of lion, and Mrs. B. L). Murphy, to Mr. 11. Ward Wright, the linker, is setting San Jose society in a pleasant flutter of excitement. It will be a home wedding. ' Archbishop Riordan, as sisted by several clergymen, will perform the ceremony. The happy couple will be attended by six blidesnialds and grooms men. The Arion Vercin, one of the most prom inent German societies in this city, will give a concur! ball on Saturday next in their newly renovated club-rooms on Pine street. Only members will be eligible for admission. Captain John J. O'Connell, First United Slates Infantry, has issued invitations for an informal reception at bis ...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 21 October 1890

8 MARKHAM OVATIONS Aflspiflions Commencement of the Southern Tour. i Pleasing Reception and an Open-Air Meeting at Santa Cruz. Grand Demonstration at Watsonville— Opera House Crowded With an En thusiastic Audience. Epccial to The Mokninq Cam. WATSOXVII.I.E, Oct. 20.— Colonel Mark ham's southern tour has been inaugurated under the most favorable auspices, and the reception given him in the north in no ways excelled the magnlflsent demonstration and enthusiasm which has greeted him to-day. Convincing proof has been furnished to-day tnat Santa Cruz County Is firmly in lino for the gallant standard-bearer who is destined to lead the Republican hosts to a sweeping victory, and that an increased majority may be looked for. Be has been given a splen did ovation at every p >iut to-day, and lie is more than pleased to-night with his success. Colonel Markuam and party, which in cluded Eugene F. Load, who is after Clunie's scalp, arrived at Santa Cruz at 11 o'clock over the narrow gauge, an...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 October 1890

■IS MIRABiLE Diet U. i& IQ -I /~£-\ -I IIVF. WANT ADS APPEARED IN SIN- *1 - • - iV _LfcZ>-i-L BAY'S CALL; 156 MORE THAN" THE ,*. j/. HIGHEST PREVIOUS RECORD. £ I THE CALL IS REALLY THE ONLY WANT MEDIUM^ I VOLUME LXVII-NO. H4. THE ONE QUESTION. Shameful Methods of the Gov ernment in Ireland. Gladstone Addresses a Large Assemblage la Edinburgh. English Constituencies Deluded by the . Opponents of Home Rule— Abase of Police Authority. Special to The Hoßxnra Cam. London, Oct. 21.— Gladstone addressed an audience of 5000 persons in the Corn Ex change at Edinburgh this evening. Ireland, be said, continued to eclipse all other sub ject*. The country now fully recognized that the Irish question must be settled be fore all others. The opponents of home rule had hocdwiiiked."aud dt-ludea their con stituencies by pledging themselvss againt coercion, promising local government and expressing themselves ag-iinst wanting larger advances of British money to buy out the landlords. Yet their,...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning call. — 22 October 1890

2 FIELD OF POLITICS. A Republican Parade and Mass- Meeting To-night. Tho American Party Indorse! George H. San .dorson for Mayor— Determined Anti-Buckley Movement. There will bo another grand Republican torchlight procession to-night when Senator I.eland Stanford and Thomas Fitch, the "silver-tongued orator," will be escorted to the new Wigwam, where they are to deliver addresses on Important issues of tie day. Several thousand good and true Republican voters will turn out. Colonel Frank W. Suuiner is Grand Marshal and Frank A. Vail chief aid. Lieutenant-Colonel William Edwards is marshal of the first division, which will be composed of the Dear Club, Loland Stanford Club, three carriages con taining Senator Stanford, Congressman SU.rrow, Thomas Fitch and members of the Republican State Central Committee, and the Mnrknam V alettes, who will "net as escort to the guests. Major I>. E. Miles is marshal of the second divi-iun, wliich will be made up of the Mor row Club, Plifrnix Club...

Publication Title: Morning Call, The
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