Lines, Wing & Smith, Proprietors,
Term- of MultsfrlliHan:
On# Year * , f!R
six Months ;;
ijto'tr tiWy in advance.
To city subscribers by the month , eventy*il\e
cents, ><i ved by carriers.
FOlt MAYOR OF MACON,
B )N. W. A. H UST.
Mu Frank .1 IlßituiNfs ion is our only
nuth'n izcd City Agent, ami lie is duly em
powered to solicit work for tins office, and
subscriptions to tlie Entkri’kisr.
M i. Charles L. Mize, book and news
dealer, is our authorized agent iu Dawson,
Mr. AV. S. Deidhick. Southern Express
Company Office, is our authorized Agent
j. I, Tucker is our authorized agent at
If N. Seymore, of Byiiisinn h Hotel,
is our authorized Agent at Griffin.
Mr. Ed T Hyinoton is our agent
in Fort Valley.
Mr. W. W Laney, is our authorized
Agent at Colaporchcc.
C, W. Brown. Hailroad Depot is our
authorized Agent at Bartlesville.
The returns for the Congressmen elect
are so meagre that we can base couclit
.sions as to the cimrucler oi the next House
of Representatives only on the general re
ports One thing, however, is plain, and
that is, that the Republican majority in
Hie forty-third Congress, will be larger
Hiau it is in tlie forty-second. The men
who were the leaders in the Liberal move
ment have, without exception, failed of a
re election. Banks is beaten by Gooeli in
Massachusetts. Farnsworth failed to get
the Liberal and Democratic nomination in
lllioois. and Blair, of Michigan, was not
renominated by reason of being a candi
date for Governor. Neither he nor Farns
worth could have been elected had they
been candidates. The only Republican
member of the present House from this
State who took up arms against liis party
was Milo Goodrich, of the twenty-seventh
district. lie, too, is beaten. The heavy
Kt'pnhlirnn majoritv in the State on both
the national and State tickets leaves no
chance for Cox, and tire defeat of Shaw in
the eighth, Cox's old district, shows
that he could not have been elected even
had 1.0 preferred not to roam at large.
Koberls, Brooks, Wood, Creamer and
Mellish are elected, from the other city
districts, some of them by greatly reduc
ed majorities. So far none of the repub
lican candidates are beaten who ought to
have been beaten except Syplier, of Lou T
isiana, though it is likely that Stoughton,
of California, will fail, owing to his action
on the Goat Island job. It the jobbers,
both democratic and republican, had been
left at home the country would be better
off for yesterday’s work. The contrary .how
ever, is the case, for unfortunately some of
the best leaders of the honest men in the
present House will be lost to the next
Congress. Kerr was sacrificed in Indi
ana in October, and thus the most earnest
and thorough free trader in the House is
no longer to lead a demoralized opposi
tion, and the loss of Cox in this State
adds still further to the weakness of the
democracy on financial questions Hol
man will be the opposition leader against
the jobbers, and we may fairly expect that
men like Roberts, of this city, and Arthur
of Kentucky, will tako a more active part
in the Forty-third Congress than they have
cared to show so far in the present Con
gress. Blaine will of course be again the
Speaker, and the Republican strength will
be marshalled very much as in the present
House Dawes and Butler and Garfield
and Wheeler will all be in their old places,
and Brooks and Wood will continue to
hold their positions in the Committee of
Ways and Means and Foreign Affairs re
spectively. The administration will be
all powerful, first, because of its numeri
cal strength, and secondly, from the fact
that the republican party has re elected
nearly all its ablest Congressmen, while
many of the best men in the opposition
have been sacrificed to the liberal move
ment. — Herald.
Sippings of Punch.
THE “IP.REPRESSIIILF,” AGAIN.
Gent, in Knickerbockers— " Rummy spea
kers, them Tglilaiiclcrs ’Eiiery. When
we wos talking to one of the 'auds did you
uatice ’im saying ‘uozzing’ for ‘nolbiuk,’
and ‘she’ fer "e ?’ ”
PAST AND PRESENT.
lhince Bismarck has stopped the Bish
op of Emerald’s salary because that ultra
montane and infallibist illegally excom
municated certain “Old Catholics.” Nev
ertheless the bishop, we are informed by
telegram, “unreservedly adheres to the
position assumed by him on the question
Such Bishops ns Ihe Bishop of Enne
laud anachronisms. The time for ex
communication lias gone by. The present
era of railways and electric telegraphs
is an age of communication.
MEM. FOR BATSMEN.
Cricketers will remember this as “ the
year of Grace 1872."
TITLE BY PRESCRIPTION.
It lias been stated that Sir lioundell Pal
mer, on liis approaching elevation, would
take the title of “ Lord Mixbury,” from bis
birthplace. There must surely be some
mistake here, for Sir Uoundcll is a great
lawyer, not a great doctor.
“ COLOR EST DETRRIMUB ALBUS.’
Schoolmaster . “ What color, accord
ing to Virgil, is the worst in a horse V”
First boy—“ Brown.” Second boy—“Ches
nut.” Third boy—(favorite)—“Black."
Schoolmaster (meditatively)-" Well, black!
Yes, light black ; yes, grey. Well—light
ish grey, in fact, white. Yes, go up ! ”
A WORD OX STRIKES.
(To my dear old friend P.) liacg it, old
P. let's all strlke-.Why not ? It will equal
ize matters generally. After a time, when
we want bread, beef and beer, we can all
begin de noro. And when we do begin
de noxo, we’ll settle to be satisfied with
necessaries, and we shall be every man
his own butcher, every man his own
baker, every man his own washer-woman,
every man his own bootmaker, &c.
Then gradually we shall work around to
a rational state. Britons let's all strike
In the meantime I shall go and live quitely
in Kussia. Yours truly. Knout.
“■Still Life'’ —The whiskey mauufacti*
I'BSOM AliliTHK WOKI-IK
Galveston, November 9—Texas is
largely Democratic —with four out of six
Richmond. November 9—Should thu
same losses and gains occur in llie mid
land portion of Virginia, Grant will carry
the State by about 3,000 majority.
4 alifot'iiia an<l Nevada*.
San Francisco, November 9. —The re
sults ot the election in this State and in
Nevada are very significeut. Coughian,
the Republican candidate of the railroad
monopoly for Congress, who is defeated by
Lulu tell. Liberal and Democrat, ran 3.698
behind bis ticket Page. (Republican) j
another railroad candidate who is eleeetl.
rail In hind Giant over 4,000. The Celt
tritl Pacific Raiiiond interest ruined both I
these candidates, lit this city the railroad |
question was takeu entirely out of politics. |
In Nevada, Kendall, for Congiess, who
has a good record against the railroad j
monopoly, although a Democrat, is elected, j
while the State gives 2,0011 majority for
Grant, and J. P. Jones, who is opposed to
the railroad monopoly, secured the United
Tribune on Hie 6cnci.il Result.
New York, November 9 —Col. Henry
M Baker, of Meagher’s liish brigade is
The Tribune concedes Virginia. Ala
bama and Tennessee, to Grant, and claims
Georgia. Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland,
Missouri, and Texas doubtful. It gives
Grant 12,000 in Ohio and 129,000 in
Washington, November 9.—lt is sta
ted tlmt Langston, colored, will succeed
Solicitor Bristow. Congressman Bingham
succeeds Curtin as minister to Russia.
t illed fr Contempt.
Chicago, November 11. —The editor and
proprietor of the Evening Journal lias
been fined for contempt of court. The
cause is his comments upon a pending
Baltimore, November 9.—Greeley's
majority has not reached 1,500 in Mary
land. The delegation stands four Dem
ocrats and two Republicans.
morse Dheave in Albany, Gcor-
Albany, Ga., November 9. —The horse
malady is here and two deaths have oc
curred from it.
Wreck f the Katie.
Memphis, November 9. —The Steamer
Katie was two years old and cost $195,-
000. She was insured for $69,000, and
can be raised. She belonged to Miies
Owen of Memphis.
Cholera in Prussia
Dresden, Nomember 9. — Six cases of
cholera —three fatal —have occurred here.
They were American —a child and a
young lady. The police authorities say
it is only cholera morbus. The first case
came from Perth, Scotland.
Nice, November 9, — Cardinal Luigi
Ainat, Vice Chancellor of the Roman
Church, is dead.
(iank Kales Increased.
London, November 9. — The Bank of
England has advanced its rates 1 per
cent. The rate is now 7 per cent.
New York, November 9.—Arrived,
Charleston, Leo. Arrived out, Scotia.
Nasiivili.e, November 9.-Browu is elec
ted Governor by 9,01)0 to 5,000 majority.
Greeley’s majority is 8,000. Whitespoou
is elected in the 6th district. The Repub
licaus and independents have the Legisla
St. Louis, November 9. — Ninety-one
counties give Gieeley 23,000 majority.
The Democratic majority on joint ballot is
56. apd eight Democratic member of Con
Chicago, November 9.— Grant s major
ity in the State is 56,000. The Republi
cans have barely seven majority on just
Steamer Katie's Cargo,
Memphis, Nevember 9. — A dispatch
from Helena says the cargo of the steamer
Katie will be saved, except the cotton in
the hold, which will be slightly damaged,
but ultimately saved. The machinery,
furniture and stateroom doors are all that
can he saved.
Suicide of Col. Titu>, C. Itice.
Fortress Monroe, November 9. —C0l
Titus C. Bice, a recluse, who has been liv
ing on an old barge here since the war,
committed suicide last night about 9
o'clock by shooting himself through the
head with a Henry rifle. Some 2h years
ago lie was a prominent citizen of Rich- j
moud, and Colonel of the famous Black
horse Cavalry during the war. lie acted
as a government pilot on James River.
He was a native of Connecticut, and about
seventy years old.
The Katie Putnam Troupe.
Washington, November 9.—The Katie ;
Putnam Comedy Troupe has collected a ;
great engagement at the National Theatre, i
and departs to-morrow for a Southern tour. 1
Washington Patriot to he Sus
The stockholders of the Patriot have
resolved to suspend its publication on
There is no abatement of the horse dis
ease in Chicago. It lias reached Cincin
nati. Some cars arc running here, draw n
by four feeble'horses.
New York, November 9. —Delegates
i representing all steamboat trades, leave
Sunday to attend a genera! convention of
steamboatmeu at Cairo on the 14th of No
Matamobas, November 9 letter te
ceived here from President Lerdo and the
Minister of Foreign Relations, state that
the Mexican Frontier Commission will
strictly investigate complaints as to cattle
stealing, and that the Mexican Govern
ment will aul that ot the United States in
pit ting an end to all disturbances.
The Mexican Government is resolved
to foster internal improvements, to con
nect Mexico and the United States, and to
encourage foreign immigration.
MACON, GA., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11. 1872.
Richmond, November 9.—lit ninety
■ counties and cities heard from, most of
them official, Grant lias overcome the
Walker majorities of 1869. ami lie now
leads Greeley 1,025 votes. • Tbo remain
ing eleven counties gave Walker 404 ma
jority. It is almost certain that Grant
will carry the State by about 3,000. OOi
cial returns received to day from some of
thecounlies in the Fifth district materially
changes the aspect of the result in refer
ence to I lie election of Thomas, (rep ) in
that district, and it is almost certainly as
certained that his opponent, Davis, (dent.)
will tie elected by two or three hundred.
Further returns from the First District
insure the election of Letter, (rep.) over
Braxton, (dem )by a small majority. The
Congressional- delegation will, therefore,
stand five Democrats and four Repub
Atlanta, November 9 —Ninety seveu
counties gives Greeley 11,467 majority.
UesliTtefive Cunflngrntiun iu
Boston, November 9.—A very exten
sive conflagration is now raging at the
corner of Summer and Kingston streets.
The fire extends east and West on Kings
ton street, and north and south ou Sum
mer street. The engines are hauled by
hand. The property burning is all dry
goods stores Four alarms have been
Madrid, November 9. —The Republi
can members of Cortes propose to demand
of the Government the immediate emanci
pation of all slaves ill Cuba and porto Rico
Their plan provides for the indemnification
of slave-owners in Cuba at the rate of
1,000 pesetas per bead, and in Porto Rico
at the rate of 1,500 pesetas.
A bill lias been introduced in Cortes
providing for the abolition of compulsory
service in the Spanish navy.
It is said that the Government has con
sented to all transmissions over Spanish
telegraph lines of cypher dispatches des
tined for foreign countries.
A PIOUS ARKANSAN.
HE WANTS SOME (loot) ROOKS FOR niS SUN
DAY SCHOOL, AND EXPATIATES UPON THE
HE AU TIES OF A DOUHLE-lIAIiRELLED
Dover, October 3, 1872.
My Dear Boy : The double-barrel that
you sent came safely to hand, and I was
only shot at once while carrying it home.
Bill Silvers popped at me from behind the
fence as I was passing his house, but I bad
loaded the two-shooter as soon as 1 got it,
and lie didn’t jump from behind that
fence hut once.
1 am glad that one of the barrels is a
rifle as I needed it for long range practice.
The other I can load with buckshot, and
riddle a man nicely at close quarters. I
mean to try both barrels on those Jetts
when I meet them. You see, old man
Jett stolo a mule from us in the war, and
pap laid for him and killed him. Then
Nigger Tombctt, as we call him—the
black-faced one—he laid for pap and
plugged him. Then I picked up a fuss
with Tom, and cut him into giblets, and
since that time his brother Sam has been
laying for me. I know it is his turn, but I
think my double-barrel will prove too
much for him.
If you want to see fun, come down for
a while and bring a rifle. It don’t make
any difference which side yeti belong to,and
it is even unnecessary to join the militia,
it is easy to get up a grudge against some
body, and all you have to do is to lay for
you* man and knock him over. Behind
my pig-pen is one of the best hiding places
1 know of, and it is so handy. A good
many people come within range in the
course of a week, and a man cau pass his
time right pleasantly.
I wish you would send me a catalogue
of Sunday school books with the prices, if
there are any in St. Louis. If we can gel
them on time we will tako u big lot of
books. lam Superintendant of the Bap
tist Sunday school now, and am running
it under a full head of steam. Oldman
Byers, who is turned out, is right mad
about it, and swears that lie will chaw me
up ; but he will chaw lead if he don’t
keep clear of me.
My wife wants to know if you can’t
send” her a set of teeth without getting
measured for them. Her $25 set was
busted all to flinders by a pistol shot that
went through her mouth, but it didn't hurt
her tongue, VVrite soon to
Your friend and pard,
I*. S —That sneaking, onery cuss, Ham
Jett, crept up last night and fired at mo
through the window, but he didn't happen
to kill anybody except a nigger girl. 1
mean to go for him, though, to day, and
will be glad of the oßunce to try the
double barrel - -<• Louis Darn.
rpms HOTEL ranks second to none in
I Georgia, for
GOOD COMFORTABLE BOOMS,
WELL SUPPLIED TABLES,
AND CHEAPNESS OF RATE.
Asa resort for the residence of the present
hot term, It is unequalled, the nights being
remarkable cool and pleasant.
The best Water in Georgia.
3. W. BYINGTON,
Aiimand L. Bctts. Edciar A. Ross.
COAL AND WOOD.
WE arc ready to fill orders at reduced rates
for the very best
COAL CREEK and ANTHRACITE COAL,
COKE and BLACKSMITH COAL,
UPLAND OAK and HICKORY WOOD.
Orders left at the office of A. G. Butts, at
' store of Win-hip A Callaway, or at yard M. <Y
W K K will receive prompt attention.
U4-m BUTTS &. ROSS.
rj-\HE house next to Mrs. Campbell’s, on
1 Third street, between <>k and Arch. Jt is
a large tine Rouse, with kitchen containing
tiirec rooms, a tine garden spotand well. Eve
rything convenient, and nmht be rented iwme
diatelv. W. E. ELLIS,
At Ellis A Cutter’s Planing Mill.
KL JBMK'V J
This unrivalled Medicine is wuminted not. to
contain a single particle of Mmicyav, or any
injurious mineral substance, hut is
l‘l Itlil.T V ■:<> lITAIIM'.
For FORTY YEARS it lias proved its great
value in all diseases of the Liver, Bowels and
Kidneys. Thousands of tile, good and great
iu all parts of the country vouch for its wonder
ful and peculiar powi rin purifying the Blood,
stimulating the torpid Liver and Bowels, and
imparting new Life and Vigor to the whole sys
tem. SIM MON’S LIVER REGULATOR tsao
knowledged to linvu no equal ns a
LITER lILDK IVi:.
It contains four medical elements, never uni
ted iu the same lmppy proportion 111 any other
preparation, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonder
ful Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a
certain corrective of all impurities of the body.
Such signal success lias attended its use, Unit
it is now regarded as the
tMreitt I'iituilincg Specific
for I.ivKK Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPA
TION. Jaundice,Billionsuttaeks, SICK HEAD
ACHE, Colie, Depression of Spirits SOUR
STOMACH, Heart Burn, Ac., &r.
Regulate the Liver and prevent
P1111.1.S ANIL lI.VKII.
SIMMONS’ LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured liy
.9. 11. Xl'.ll.lA A CO.,
MACON, GA., and PHILADELPHIA.
Pi itv *1 nor package; non! by mail, paid,
$1.25. Prepared ready for use in bottle*, $1.60.
SOLI) BY Aid. DRUGGISTS.
2 a?"Boware ot all Counterfeits and Imitations.
CROP OF 1872.
Clover iiinl C mss Seeds.
HUNT, RANKIN A LAMAR,
146-150 82 and 84 Cherry tilreel.
50 BILLS. RED APPLES,
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY & CO.’S
50 Bbls. Russet Potatoes,
SEYMOI.It, TINSLEY A CO.’S
25 Bbls. Silver Skin Onions
SEYMOUR, TINSLEY A CO.’S
Choice mARer nndNuw Or
Seymour, Tinsley & Cos.
WOOD AND COAL.
I HAVE Ofttablliilicd, near the Macon West
ern Railroad Depot, an ample yard with
Fairbanks’ beat scab*) to supply all kinds of
Wood and Coal, in any quantity, at the lowest
WEIGHT, MEASURE and
A share of public patronage i respectfully
solicited. (Infers left at the offices of Messrs.
It. L. Jewett, Greer, Luke & Cos., Turpin At
Ogden, through Fostofllce, or at the Yard, wilt
have prompt attention. Come and see.
isdm MILO H. FREEMAN.
To the llnsini'io* Urn of ft non
THE ALBANY NEWS
Circulates exclusively in Dougherty. Mitchell,
Lee. Baker and Worth Counties.
'flic wealthiest Cotton growing section
xi ip: mows
Is the best Advertising Medium in Southwest
ADV EKTIHK Vt EKTH HO LI C
CAREY W. STYLES, proprietor.
WILL FIN 1> ITTOTIU I!’ \l>
YANTAUK To (’ALE ON US
BEFORE MA KINO Til KIR
WE HAVE m 8T053F,
100.000 LBS. BACON OLKA R 11.
25.000 LBS. BACON SIIOUL
10.000 LBS. BELLIES.
50.000L85. FLOUR, till .pintles.
500 ROLLS 2.1 BAOUINU.
10.000 LBS. ARROW TIES.
10 BALES TWINE.
JOHNSON & SMITH.
JOHNSON & SMITH,
Have, ati'l fife iiiluritijr at. very
low figures :
100 BOXES TOBACCO, nil
100 BBLS. WHISKIES.
150 BBLS. SUGAR.
50 BBLS. MOLASSES.
100 BALES I! AY.
1.000 BUSHELS CORN.
Together with it lull .slmT. <>l till
till [rOO(lH ill Otll' lillO of buHl'llOHM.
IF long experience and a thorough know]
edge of the business in all itdiv<r ilied
branches are essential to the keeping Mini, which
the public has long heard of Imi HcUlurn v/7/,
/i uoob> iion r,
the undersigned Hatter themselves that they
are fully competent to discharge Ilnur obliga
tions to their patrons; hut they are not only
experienced in hotel keeping, they modestly
would claim to have the
REST ARRANGED and MOST COMPLETE
LY AND EXPENSIVELY FURNISHED
house throughout, in the State, which is loca
ted exactly where everybody would have it sit
IMMEDIATELY IN FRONT AND ADJACENT TO
THIS FABBI3NGKU DEPOT.
where travelers can enjoy the rnnut nlerp and less
liable to be hft by lint perplexingly eon taut
departure of the trains.
To all these important advantage a is added
a TABLE that is well supplied with the best
and choicest dishes the city and country can
allord: nor would they omit to mention that
their servants, trained to the business, have
never been surpassed for politenc und atten
tion to guests.
For the truth of these statements, we refer
the public to our patrons who reside in every
State in the Union.
E. E. BROWN & SON. Propriet y.
Macon, Ga., April 15, 187 ii. 78-104
(BucecHKor to the Jute firm of .Smith, We tcott.
Cos., and of Smith, McfiJurihan A Cos.;
MAM IV.f TI'UISII AND DEM.lilt IN
SADDLERY AND HARNESS HARDWARE,
Leather of all kinds,
KI RKUK l BANDS.ETI ..
Together with every article usually kept in u
* tuddiory JiouMi.
109 CIIKBKY NT., MACON, GA
; FOB TIMS FALL AND WINTER TRADE
I.IWTON Ac DATES,
>’’'nrth Street,*(lVcxt Door to I.awloi: A Willi ttgiiuiii,)
KF. prepared to furnish the trade with
I JOllir.S. B'KOYIMIOV*. IM.VVI'ATIOX SI l*ll.lt:s. KA6-
61N6, I ll’S. l:l’..
11 " ■ 1 '■ ■ 1 t' m my house in Georgia. \Vc will keep constantly on hand. BACON
t. \r, ii, < >i. NI, (MI.-, II.U, St GAR, ('CEPKE, BAGGING and TIES, and a general ansort
*ll *| l *' • |i < in; at e Kept hi a llrst class Grocery House, Givens aentt. t\’e are running
GMGM: I'l.Ol ItI.VG 3111.1,5, amt
* I" 1 el *i |' •ia I attention to our “CHOICE,” “EXTRA,” "FAMILY” Flours. They will bn
b'U'i'l exactly adapted to the trade, and we guarantee every barrel to give atl-furtion Our
ii, C 4 are a.s liitv tin* eofi he same grades can be bought In the South,
i 'lltN' MEAL, bolt i. .1 ami unbolted, always onliand, of our own make and of the best
H. BANDY & CO.
TIN AND SHEET IKON ROOFING,
/ / liiittti , iiii, Plnlii and Bepiirm,
, jt ei".^- 1 . } TIN AND lIALVANIZRD IR‘)N WKNICFB
Lb - "i . i !, (
y l *ff“ IS 7 >N\ \ Executed at short notice and satisfaction
\ 3 \ I guaranteed.
X. u \ I No. 10 Third Street, Silicon, Ou.
Ii PirLlettlar attention given to Guttering pnt up
V \ with
v * wooDßurrs
IMTILNT ILtVE IMSTILNI.NOS.
IMPROVED m GEAR.
S< >l>l lflTI lING NEW.
SUPERSEDES ALL OTHER HORSE POWER
IT IS NO HUMBUG!!
tho <;in House Hour has no oflcct on the (Jearing. King £o*t of Iron and all
I the work bolted to iron.
IT IS MADKTO LAST, AND TO RUN TWKNTY-FIVK PERCENT. LIGHTERTHAN ANY
OTHER POWER IN USE.
( nil and him* for youuself.
I build a Portable Horse Power that ehidleitKCH nil oilier MAKES, but it will not do the work
with the name Draft that my PATENT GIN GEAIt will.
All kinds of Machinery made, ami repairedut
ntono iT M llto* WORKN#
10S-LBO Near Brown House, Mueon Georgia.
No. 8 Cotton Avenue,
Is the j)lace where all the differ
ent styles of pictures are made
at greatly reduced prices.
W. & E. P. TAYLOR,
Cor. Cotton Avenue jiml Cherry Street,
FURNITURE, C WHS, BOGS,
OIL CLOTHS, WINDOW SHADES, etc.
■ ■-•ssfc., ** .. -af
Metaiic Burial Cases & Caskets,
Fine and Plain Wood Coffins and Caskets.
.y ’Order* t.y Telegraph promptly attended to. ——
t\ j(('s 11. 111,01 NT. ISAAC IIAHUKUAN.
lII.OINI’ A HAItOEMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT JLAW.
OFFICE, at entrance Rulston Hall, Cherry
street. _ __ _Z_.
Barber Shop For Rent.
rpilE Basement room, formerly occupied by
1 Mike Napier, In Brown’s Hotel building Is
for rent This I- one of the best stands for a
Volume I. —Number 182
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