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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 April 1889

Mgm pmf-m X3J. PITTSBTJKG DISPATCH,'' TUESDAY, ' APKIL 9p f 1888H THE -L f r- - -its. te 1 DELUGE OE DUCKS. Hahoning River Black With Them for a Distance of Ten Miles. TEX THOUSAND SLAIN IK ONE DAT. The Evidence All Presented in the JlcCaus land Murder Trial LL THE MEWS FROM XEAB-BI TOWKS tErECIAL TELEGRAM TO TIl DISPATCH.1 rnxxsuTAw-NEr, April 8. The duck itonn that fell upon the plains of Pnnxsu tawney was a great deal more extensive than was at first supposed. It was a ver itable deluge of ducks. Everybody ad mitted that they never saw anything ap proaching it. Mahoning creek and all its tributaries within a radius of ten miles were literally swarming with wild ducks and geese of every species and variety. A person who did not witness it could have no conception of the immensity of the flock. There were thousands of them. The night being dark and stormy and the snow falling fast, tho birds were attracted by toe numerous lights of the coko ovens surrounding Punxsutawney, and came ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 April 1889

re v '", f-KVV'T:' I IT LIVELY. Tlie Pedestrians Going at a Terrific Pace. O'COMOBS IS THE LEAD. The All Americas Defeat the Chicagos in a Dull Game. PITTSBURG DOWKS THE BROWNS. Pete Conway Shows Up in Old-Time Tom. OABSMAN STAXTO.VS BIG CHALLENGE There was any amount of excitement at the pedestrian contest in the Central rink yesterday, the racing was terrific and pro bably 5,000 paid ibr admission daring the day. The building was crowded with inter ested spectators from daylight in the morn ing until long after midnight. Several of the contestants had not closed their eyes in sleep from the time of starting up to 2 o'clock this morning. Partizan feeling was running high all day, not only among the pedestrians but also among their friends i ho looked on. Long before last nigbt-fall the crowd was in a sense broken up into sections in the way of having their respect ive favorites. Betting is strictly prohibited, but the intense interest in the struggle is none the less exciting to th...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 April 1889

B5J xrWrS &- ww aME"1 PITTSBURG vDISPATOH,'.nTIJESDATv SpRIL9; 188?3pV &r&,C &ik & S1TRVEY OF TEADE. it.ln Spite of Moving Day and Snow Storm, Week's Trade Pair. 'PRODUCE MARKETS MORE ACTIVE. "Wheat and Flour Hade Uncertain lj the ,vi: Bulls and Bears. "LIGHT WEIGHT HIDES DEPRESSED : Office of Pittsbubo Dispatch, 1 ? JIONDAT, April 8, 1S89. J Last week's trade received a black eye on 'the first day, moving day, and the last, by reason of the snow storm. In spite of these ? ., adverse influences the volume of business in produce lines showed no decline on the previous week, and in some lines was larger. There was a very active movement in ' butter and eggs. The week closed with a very firm market in both lines. Advices from Chicago to a leading jobber, received this morning, give the assurance that markets are more bare of butter than tor some weeks, and that a rise this week is looked for by deal ers ceneraliy. Ecgs which were selling at lie on Friday (some say e...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 9 April 1889

fc- f ! r LATE NEWS IN BRIEF. Fire destroyed the Alden block at Bald Vrinrrille, N. Y yesterday. Loss, 545,000; cov ered by insurance. Br direction of the President, tbo State of "Wisconsin has been transferred from the Mili tary Department of tbe East to the Depart; dent of Dakota. The Secretary of State is informed that Ecuador will be represented at the conference of American States to meet at Washington on October 4, next. (JoTernnr Jackson, of Maryland, Is Tery sick man. He is suffering from erysipelas of the face. He bore the journey from Philadel phia yesterday quite well, but bad a high fever to-day. By direction of the President, the Secretary of War has ordered that the new military post near DenTer shall be known as Fort Logan, to honor the memory of the late General John A. Logan. Crook, Horner & Co., of Baltimore, hare been awarded contracts for supplyint; the public buildings at Keoknk, Iowa, and Jcffer son, Tex, with steam heating and ventilating apparatus. The ai...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 April 1889

S Oaa reach the best class of Investors throusrh THE DIS- onntWU class of investors. vT . . j JA'TT Jml IA'wAviV Ul'ww' B.' HWk!.., 4 IPATCH. The best I men in business can MES IS J also be through PATC, iXDETT-POTJBTH YEAR. Free Passes and Patriotism Come to the Rescue of the . Greedy Giant GENERAL LEE'S SURRENDER, Although a Matter of History, is of More Importance, Seemingly, Than THE EIGHTS OF SHIPPEES. Mr. Carnegie Very Mnch Disgusted, . But Hopeful of Being Able to Beach Quay. THE GLASS' MEN TALK RIGHT OUT. They Bay That Glass Freights ire a Yery Confused State and Improperly Classed. in HOW PAPER MEN ASE HANDICAPPED Representative Wherry's anti-discrimi nation Mil, which was to have been consid ered last evening was knocked out of place by an adjournment of the House for the purpose of attending a celebration of the surrender of Lee, held at Milton. The members paid no railroad fare on the excur sion. Their Pennsylvania Eailroad passes were made good for the occasion. Mr. Car...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 April 1889

!,-" THE k -PITTSBURG-' DISPATCH, P"WEDNESDAY, APRIL ' 10, 1889. & "WAR TO THE KNIFE Seems to be a Slogan of Controller and Finance Committee. A MIGHTY LIVELY MEETING HELD, With Controller Morrow Present to Take Down the Minntes. QUESTIONS OP TEEACITI THROWN OUT There is a very serious split between the Finance Committee of Councils and Controller Morrow, growing out of the lat ter's criticism of the former in his annual report, published yesterday. The Finance Committee met yesterday afternoon in open session, with Controller Morrow acting as clerk. After the routine business was cleared away, the Controller's report, which had been presented in Coun cils on Monday, was taken up and read. Mr. Keatinc said: "I presume the report was sent here for consideration before publication. I feel that anything which emanates from a city department should be exceedingly carefully gone over before it becomes a matter of record. In this instance I agree with the wisdom of Council in sending ...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 April 1889

3f THE PITTSBURG' DISPATCH,. WEDNESDAY, APKLTVIO, 1889.5" fc tA WARNING TO TUB PCBL1C. Bmn of Cbrnp Imitating rholoTnpbs. Persons Bending photographs of them selves to the old country cannot be too care iul in having them made by responsible and careful photographers. Thousands of cheap pictures that have been made the last lew veara bv the cheap tintype Pfcto5f'ff1": Vho endeavor to imitate the well-known Elite Gallery, but fail to do so except in price only, have already faded besides giv ing a poor opinion of the American photog rapherV therefore, yon patronize the popular ' te G7l vhere fine and staple work is executed in tbe highest points of art, which never fades and wlere no fancy or fictitious prices are asked, which solves the question of an over whelming patronage. Bring the httle ones. TJse elevator at "Elite Gallery, 516 Mar ket street, Pittsburg, Pa. HENRY BERGER, Cash Furniture nnd Carpet ITonse, Liberty Avenue, Corner Sixth Avenue. I I Furniture and carpet buyers are...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 April 1889

i i t- t ? $jt Bigpatflj. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1846. Vol. H "o. S. Entered at rittsburg Postofflce, November 14, 1SS7, as second-class matter. Business Offlce97 and G9 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Average circulation or the dally edition of The Dispatch far six month ending April 1,1SSs9, 27,986 Copies per Issue. Average circulation of tho Sunday edition Of The Dispatch for March, 1SS9, 46,423 Copies per Issnr. TERMS OF TIIE DISPATCH. TOSTAGE TBEE IV TDK UXITED STATES. DAILY DISPATCH. One Year ? 8 00 Daily DibPATCH, Ier Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month 70 Daily Dispatch, Including Sunday, one year. , WOO Daily Dispatch, Including bunday, per quarter.. 2 SO Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month 90 Sunday Dispatch, oneyear. 2 50 Weekly Dispatch, one year 1 25 The Daily Dispatch Is delivered by carriers at It cents per week, orlnclndlngtheaundayeditlon, at 20 cents per w eefc. PITTSBURG, WEDNESDAY, APR. 10, 1S89L A LEGISLATI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 April 1889

THE PITTSBTIHQ . DISPATOE, , WEDNESDAY .- APPJL a10;' 1889;r rViW l5 51 . ' V-r- J, t THETTEIEDTOETURE The Payette Fiends Seem to Have .Emigrated to Butler County. INDIGNANT CITIZENS AROUSED. -Bunko Swindlers Work Their Old Scheme on Wealthy Grangers. AlLTflE SEWS FE03I SEAK-BI TOWfiS lSCIOja. TELEQBAM TO TBI DISPATOU.1 Btjtlek, April 9. Lewis Patterson, a prominent and wealthy farmer living near Centerville, this county, was robbed last night by three masked men. There was no body in the house with him at the time but his mother, 80 years old. She heard a noise and called to him. He turned toward the window and saw three men, who called to him to comer out. Upon refusing thej; burst in the door, and as the first man en tered Patterson felled him with a poker. The others overpowered him, however, and dragging him barefooted to the barn threat ened to hang him if he refused to tell them where he kept his gold. When be declared ho had none they placed the rope aroundhls neck, but as h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 April 1889

!& rr TS r ft f 6 A E Sammy Day Troubles Hegel man and Connors in THE BIG SIX-DAY CONTEST. DESPERATE C f Chicago Defeats the All America Team at Brooklyn. ANOTHER DEFEAT FOR PITTSBURG. Staley is flapped Quite Lively by the St. Louis Browns. GEXERAL SPORTING NEWS OP THE DAI Everybody who had any idea that the six day race now going on was in any way a hippodrome or anything like it, conld have been satisfied to the contrary yesterday at noon. At the hour named the race was one of the cruelist that las been seen in Pitts burg. Despite the fact of the intense strug gle that is momentarily going on many peo ple think that the winner is already bought, soldorbarcainedfor. Anybody who will for a few minutes watch the poor wretches who are wobbling round the track will soon be con Tinced that there is nothing "solt" in the contest. The writer can say positively that every man on the track is here to win if he can. There is not an inducement of any shape or consideration offered to a co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 April 1889

CREATURES OF TBADE. t Wheal and Flour Keep Moving on Their Downward Course. ; PLAINTS OP WESTERN MILLERS. 5 Xariw Margins in Hardware Cause Manu facturers to Lose Money. SHOE DE3IAXD BELOW THE AYERAGE. Office of Pittsburg Dispatch, ) ITuesdat, April 9, 1889. J It -vrlll be seen by reference to the domes tic market column that wheat and flour are drifting steadily toward a lower level. May wheat to-day at Chicago was under 85c, a decline of 25 to SOc from rates a month or two ago. Export demands have upset the best laid plans of bulls. From OTer the seas conies the stereotyped report of dull wheat markets. The current number of the Minneapolis Miller has the following in its London letter: ""Wheat trade extremely dull. Buyers are scarce. Holders, while they do not press wheat on markets, can only sell at a decline. The English farmer is delivering more freely than was expected. Though quality is inferior, the abundance has its effect in depressing markets." The only . crumb of comfor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 10 April 1889

r&? r 'v&sf,si;:. DISEATOH- ' WEDNESDAY, 8 THE PITTSBTJBG APEIL 10:1889. ' l MEDICAL EDUCATION And the Code of Ethics, as Treated by Dr. Sutton in an Address TO 11. D. GRADUATES OF NIAGARA. An Advanced and Admirable Idea of What Doctors Should Do. CHARACTER AS ESSENTIAL AS LEARSIXG Tbere hare been few more interesting or admirable addresses delivered to graduates of any college than the one given by Dr. B. S. Sutton; of Pittsburg, to the graduating class of the medical department of Niagara University at their commencement exercises in Buffalo yesterday. The longer terms of Btudy which he commends, as also the high standard ol character which he suggests as essential to the fraternity, are worthy of the advanced school of medicine to which he belongs. The Dispatch is favored with the address entire, which is appended: Gentlemen Tbe medical colleges of the United fctates differ widelv In the education they give, borne require wofully short services of the stu dent, and none r...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 April 1889

u t vV SHREWD JIES Df BUSINESS Can reach the best class of investors throusrh THE DIS PATCH. The best men in business can also be reached ithrough THE DISPATCH. PORTT-rOimTH YEAS. com TIES As He Trudges Wearily Aloog, is the Fate of the Impecun- " ious Legislator Who VOTES AGAINST THE P. R. R. local Interviews of Yery In teresting Tenor, "With Com i petition's Keynote. LAWYEBSSAYLAWISN.G. In Matters Where the Public Policy is to Let Legislation Go Unenforced. MORE EXAMPLES OP INJUSTICE. The Merchants' Bijr Week Knocked Out by " It, Though Three Prominent Men let HaTe Faith. IAB0B LEADEES AGAINST CARNEGIE , The P. E. B. evidently believes in en forcing its edict, if not in living up to the Commonwealth's laws. "Vote for our mo nopoly, pay your railway fare, or walk," is the edict announced. Many legislators evi dently prefer to ride. Anti-discrimination, therefore, seems dead for this session. Local interviews, however, touch the real keynote again. "Competition" still has strong adh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 April 1889

I r.Y TCST, bou bathe denied that be Bold to unlicensed louses. DOGS AND BACK TJOOBS. Henry Schueti, Jr., representing Schuetz, Ken xienausen Co., of 100 and 102 Market street, said tbeir receipts last year were IlCWO. They haTe two delivery wagons to supply their city trade. Mr. Christy Are you at yonr place on Sunday? Mr. bchueti Hot very often. "Wnour" Probably one or our employes; we keep some dogs there." "One or your men goes there on Sundays to at tend to the dogs. Does he ever sell anything?" 'No, sir." How do you know, if you are not there?" 'We haTe no employes who would do that." There Is a rear entrance to your place?" res. sir; but the door Is barred and bolted." Otto Schmidt, of II Diamond square, answered all the questions In a straightforward manner, and was the last applicant lrom the First ward. Charles and Frederick H. Breunlng, orZBbec oud avenne, were the first from the second ward. Tneyare the sons orJoeepbUreuning.l resident orthe Keystone Brewing Company. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 April 1889

? --; 'Wf4 'iv THE PITTSBURG, . DISPATGH- - THURSDAY,, APRIL 11,- 1889. rfffZ 1 3i5lav advertisement one doKar pir . tquare for one insertion. Classified advertise menls on this page such as Wanted, For Sale, 3b Let, ete, ten eenb jr Hne for each, inser tion, ondione taken for less than fifty cents. THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH BRANCH OFFICES. For the accommodation of the publio, Branch Offices have been established-at the following places, where "Want, For Sale, To Let, and other transient advertisements will be received up to 9 P. M. for inser tion next morning: Advertisements are to be prepaid except where advertisers already have account with Tux dis patch. pittsbueg. THOMAS MCCAFKKKY, SK8 Batler street. EMIL G. STDCKET. 2Uh street and renn are. E. G. STUCKEY & CO., Wylle aye. and Fulton St. X. STOKELY, Elfth Avenue Market House. EAST END. i. W. WALLACE, 6111 Penn avenue. OAKXAXD. JCALLISTx3CASHEIBLER,5thnv.&Atwoodst. SOUTH SIDX. JACOB SPOHX. No. 2 Carson street. CHAS. SCHWARM...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 April 1889

-WSfSV. ww -VJV' t. THE PITTSBUKQ- v DISPATCH. THURSDAY, t APRIL ' 11", 1889. t 5 t i ft B$$ft&. ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 8. 1846. VoL 44, S.o. 63 Entered at Pittsburg Tostoflce, November 14, 1887, as second-class matter. Business Office 07 and. 00 Fifth Avenue. News Booms and. Publishing House 75, 77 and 70 Diamond Street. Average circulation of the daily edition of The Dispatch for aix mouths ending April 1, 1SS9, 27,986 Copies per lune. Average rircnlation of tho Sunday edition of The Dispatch for march, 1SS9, 46,423 Coplea per issue. TERMS OF THE DISPATCH. POSTAGE FKEE IV TUB UNITED ETATXS. DAILT DISPATCH. One Year t 8 00 Daily DlbPATCH, Per Quarter 2 00 Daily Dispatch, One Month TO Dailt DisrATCH, Including Sunday, one year WOO Dailt Dispatch, Including Sunday, per quarter 2 50 Daily Dispatch, including Sunday, one month 90 Sunday Dispatch, one year 2 GO eeklt Dispatch, one year 1 25 The Daili DisrATCH Is delivered by carriers at U cents per week, or Including the Sunday editio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 April 1889

,TH .PETTSBTJJRGr DISPATCH ' THUBSDAT, APBTL - if" 1889; K tfi ;;GEEAT GUiNS WANTED " -The GoTernment Commission Ex plains Just What is Desired. 'A GHAKCE FOE PITTSBURG PLUCK. - JA11 Big Cannon Made by Private Parties Will be Purchased PBOYJDIXG THEI STAND THE TESTS. His Beqainmtnt liecessaiy to rsss the Ordeal Successfully. The Secretary of "War has approved reju 'lations providing for the trial and accept ance of his guns manufactured by private parties. The idea is to encourage such manufacture to the greatest possible extent. The cannon accepted will be paid lor at a valuation fixed by an impartial board. "VVASHrxGiox, April 10. The Army .Fortification Board, -which has Nbeen hold ing session at the "War Department during the past winter, has drawn up a set of rules to govern the tests of experimental guns. The act creating the board provides that it shall prescribe the dimensions and method of testing guns of 10 or 12 inches caliber that may be submitted by private parties, and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 April 1889

6 THE PITTSBURG- DISPATCH? -' THURSDAY,., APRIL -l 1889.-i r t r S EFFORT, The Little Scotcliman Tackles Pete Hegelman in THE EXCITING BIG EACE. Anson's Team Wins Another Game From Ward's Men. ONE MORE DEFEAT FOR ODE BOYS. The Louisville Colonels Trim Them Up Ifeatljr. GENERAL SPORTING NEWS OF THE DAJ There were some more exciting features in the pedestrian contest yesterday at the Central rink. Early in the morning Sammy Day, who had heroically held on to first place for about 12 hours, became sick and was forced to rest two or three hours. He "" vomited considerably and he was disposed to retire from the contest. His attendants, however, nursed him with great success and got him refiied shortly after dinner Sammy reappeared and trudged along, bnt nearly 20 one , miles behind the leader. When Say made the temporary collapse He- gelman went to the front, and .Noremac, the $ plucky little Scotchman, began to earnestly C apire for the lead. He gradually gained on : Hegelman, and about...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 April 1889

nH &TF $xz - W JSBF- TTl .- . h C' JF -S : t-Lr' .- " c , uj v ".. THE PITTSBUBG .-DISPATCH; THUESDAT, APPJL ii;. 1889 I MEAT' ON THE HOOF. Leading. Features of Markets at Liberty Stock lards. LIGHTEN OP CATTLE, PRICES UP. L Common Stockers Sluggish, Sheep and Lambs on the Boom. HOGS IN LIGHT SUPPLI AKD QUIET t Office or Fittsbukq Dispatch, 1 Wkdnesdat. April 10, 1SS& J Receipts were 55 loads Monday and 10 Tuesday against 85 loads last weak. All 'were promptly sold, excepting a few com mon stockers. The proportion of light and heavy cattle was better adapted to tbe wants of our local trade than what we hare been receiv ing for a few weeks past. For a few weeks there has been too large a proportion of light weights. This week the distribution has aBout met the wants of trade, showing that shippers are catching on to the situation here. One-half of this week's supplies were from Chicago. The other half were mainly Ohio cattle, with a few loads from Indiana. The bulk of supplie...

Publication Title: Pittsburg Dispatch
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Pittsburg dispatch. — 11 April 1889

M --$ -:- 3" ' i ' .. '1 APKLIf djspAtoh 8 THE , PITTSBURG- THTJBSDAT IV, 1889 1IEECY FOR BOWSER, Convicted of Obadiali Haymaker's Murder at Murrysville, is ASKED OF THE BOARD OP PARDONS. Hanj Prominent Men Bay He Was Most Unjustly Punished. A 6TE0HG PLEA FOE MUEDEEEE CLAEK. Eebert M. Geary Claims He b the Tictta oT Misjnlaea Justice. ' A strong effort is being made for the re lease of Absalom Bowser, sentenced to the penitentiary for ten years for the killing of Obadiah Haymaker. It is alleged he was made the scapegoat, and that be labored under many disadvantages in pleading his case. A commutation of the death sentence of George Clark is asked for on the ground that he was conTicted on insufficient evi dence. R. M. Geary, who has served C of a 20-year sentence for burglary, claims to be the victim of a desire for glory on the part of private detectives. terzaxL txlzokax to tux dispatch.i Hasbisbubg, April 10. A large num ber of naners have been filed with the Board of Pardons fav...

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