The Daily Gazette.
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By J. C, MeMi<;liael.
Wednesday, march 12, lse*.
Grant thinks the Republicans will
nominate either Aurthuv or Blaine.
It seems that the ivhole government
of Soutii Carolina is unable to arrest
one man—Cash. He has committed
murder and delies the authorities.
Tonquin advices report that the
French column advancing upon Bae-
Ninli from Ilaidzuong has had a sue.
cessful engagement with the enemy.
Ilinesville Gazette: Ail our farmers
who had any sugar cane seed to plant
were busy at that work last week.
The area planted is, we fear, much less
The wool people are chuckling over
the deteat of the Whisky Bill. Of
course they did not openly oppose it,
but they recognized the fact that tiie
whisky people did not rally to tire sup
port of the wool bill.
General Gordon has held a meeting of
the Foreign Consuls at Khartoum to
discuss the situation. The result of
the conference has not been learned.
The telegraph wiress below Dongola
have been cut by the rebels.
The foreign has sent dispatches to
Mr. L. Sackvilie West, the British Min
ister at Washington, in regard to the
dynamite outrages. It is supposed
that they are intended as a basis for
overtures with the United States Gov
ernment* but no communication on the
subject, either verbal or written, has
yet been received by Minister Lowell.
The Ohio Senate has passed a bill
amending the jury law so that a juror
who has read a newspaper account of a
crime may not be disqualified. This is
an important measure when properly
considered. Often intelligent jurors
are disqualified without such a law.
Intelligent jurors and speedy trials are
wonderfully needed just now.
The legal tender decision has thrown
anew question into Congress that may
s°rve to partially relieve the House of
the tariff: nightmare. A Constitution
al amendment lias been proposed in
the House taking away from Congress
the power to pass any law in time of
peace making Treasury notes a legal
tender. This gives a chance for states
men to get off some able remarks.
G-eoi-gla. State Politics.
The executive committee of the dem
ocratic party, will convene in Atlanta,
on Saturday, April sth, at 10 o’clock a.
m. in the parlors of the Markham house.
Members of the committee are earnest
ly requested to attend in person, as bu
siness of importance will bo transacted.
Democratic papers in the state of
Georgia will please copy.
Henry Jackson, Chairman.
The Chinese De.enclecl.
Cheong W. Tsang, one of the brigh
est of the many well educated and in
telligent Chinamen at Washington in
the foreign service, having grown wea
ry of the constant attacks upon the
Chinese in this country, has taken up
tiie cudgel in their behalf, lie appears
to be especially annoyed because of the
unfavorable comparisons gbetween the
Chinese and Japanese instituted by
Americans. “The world forgets,” lie
said that in talking of the matter, that
the tirst part of ‘Japanese civilization
is derived from China. Their literature
does not rightfully belong to them,
but is the result of Chinese brain and
scholarship. There is a very sugges
tive parallel between the dispersion of
the Greek scholars through Europe af
ter the fall of Constantinople and the
dispersion of the Chinese scholars
through Japan after the fall of Pekin.
The downfall of the great city of Bos
phorus was the beginning of anew per
iod of culture for all Western Europe,
and so the downfall of Pekin was the
beginning of entirely new impulses in
Japan. Joseph Cook calls the Japnese
the diamond edition of humanity. If
he has reference to their diminution
he is perfectly correct. The Chinese
with the exception of those in one .or
two southern provinces are physically
superior to the Japanese both in sta
ture and in general development.
The charge that Samuel J. Tildeu
and his friends worked to defeat
the elec lion of General Hancock,
became Mr. Tilden was not nomi
nated cannot be set up by the facts.
The books of the democratic nation
al committee were so kept that they
show where every dollar came from
and where every dollar went:
Shortly after the presidential el
eetien of 1880 it was* charged by
many democrats, and the charg
was elaborated in a prominent dem
ocratic newspaper o r the west’ that
the Hon. Sam ml .! Tilden, piqued
at the rail are of the democracy to
force upon him a nomination which
he had formally aim voluntarily de
clined, secretly endeavored to effect
General Hancock'.- defeat, working
particularly through his trusty
friends in the all important state of
It any member of the national
committee was weak enough to Ire
live this charge, what must have
been liissurprise, upon looking at
the books placed before him to find
that sums were .subscribed and paid
By Samuel S Tilden, of New York riI.SOO
By W, u. Barnum or Connecticut so.oco
By w. I,: scott of Peimsvlvanla 4:i,ooo
By Henry B, Payne-of Ohio 20,000
By Oliver H Payne, of olno :;t,ooo
By tv. J. Gordon oi Ohio 5,00
These gentlemen are all m politi
cal parlance, “tilden men,” and
yet they were among the most liber
al conlril ulors to the fund laisecl to
pay the legitimate expenses of Gen
eral Hancock's campaign. If Sam
uel J. Tilden and his friends dc-ir
ed the defeat ot General Hancock,
they chose a most unusual method
of carrying their desires into effect.
A. Child Stealer.
There is in the county jail of
Neshoba county Miss., a man with
a terrible history. Six months ago
he appeared in that county and
attracted attention from his solitary
habits. He only seemed to court the
society of little beys, several of whom
told strange stories about him. One
night the house of a farmer who was
absent from home was entered, and
a fiendish outrage committed upon
a lady who was there. In the dark
ness he escaped undetected. Search
was made by the infuriated inhabi
tants for the wretch, when the
recluse exhibited greater signs of
fear than were ever noticed before.
He was arrested brought before the
injured woman and from his voice
she declared him to be the man. On
the way to jail the sheriff’s posse
met a party of Alabama emigrants,
one of whom, looking at the prison
er, exclaimed, “Hello, Ogletree,
how came you here?” The prisoner
hung his head, and denied that his
name was Ogletree, but the whole
Alabama party united in declaring
his identity with the famous boy
stealer who for six weeks kept the
borders of Georgia and Alabama in a
ferment over his deeds.
He was inst heard of in Atlanta,
where he induced a newsboy named
Tilton logo with him. Once out of
the city, he cut off the boy’s ears,
for the purpose, he said, oi identi
fying him in a crowd. After inflicting
on the boy unheard of eiuelties, a
parky of men got 011 h ; s trail in
Paulding county when be took lo the
woods and escaped. He was next heard
from ia Haralson county Ga,- where
he approached the farmhouse of
Mr, Buchanan coaxed away two
children and kept them tied in tiie
woods for seyeral days, visiting them
when it suited his pleasure. He
joined in several the searching
parties for the purpose of misleading
them as to theY location and finally
when he saw they were in the
neighborhood of where he were took
an abrubt departure. By this time
the county was getting stirred up.
lie was next beard from near the
junction oftlie state Hues of Ala
bama Georgia and Tennessee where
he coaxed off a 9 year-old boy
named Joe Allet (white).He was do
more than a day oat when defectives
and relatives located the course, and
striking out 111 pursuit followed up
one of the most difficult trails ever
before uudertaken: From the
Tennessee line down the Georgia
Hue to Newiian nearly 300 miles
through loresl over mountain and
across rivers the chaee was kept up
tiie criminal being sometimes almost
caught up with and then slipping
the officers was lost sight of for a
day or two.
About three weeks from the date
of the lirst alarm a wild looking
man was seen appioaehing a faim
hAse in Coweta county. Tying a
lime boy by whom he was accotn
paned to a tree he went up to the
house and asked for food. While
standing ou the doorstep a pursuing
party was observed coming in iiot
chace. With a dart Gglctree started
acrcos a field alone. The purshers
glad to rescue the boy who was
ueai.y dead with fright lingered
with him. Oglelree meanwhile
escaping since which time he lias
not been heard from until the pros-
Jent. His trial for thepresent offence
will come off on the 12th of march
and in the possibility of Jus acquit
: tal he will be held under requisitions
i from Gov. O’Neal of Alabama and
Gov. McDaniel of Georgia so that
jhe bitls fair to become an interstate
object of interest. '
Sheriffs Sales for April 1884
Will e sold before the court bouse door In the
town uf Zebuiou on the first. Tuesday In April
next between the usual hours of stile the follow
ing property to Wit.
The Life estate only ot Defendant M. .1. Wells
In the south half or lot of land No 192, situated in
the First District of Pike county: said land being
In what Is now known as Drivers District con
taining one hundred one and one tourtli acres
more or les levied on as the property of M,J
Wells she being one of the defendants and In
possession ot said property lias been duly fioll
tied 111 Wi lting. 90w4t$S70
Also at the same time and place the North
west fourth of lot of land No 231 in the 3rd dis
trict of originally Monroe now Pike county coni
talning fifty acres more or less. less ten acres
off of the south West corner of said fourth of
said lot. Levldon as the property of Martha T
Tolun to satisfy a justice court 11 faissued irom
the 540th district 6. M. In favor of 15. L. Snider
against Martha T. and John .M. Tolan. proper
ty pointed out by it. T. Daniel plaintiffs attorney
and levy made andJ.M. Tolan tenant.ln pos
session nlttlledin writing by J. O. Ford a law full
countable In and for said county. 137\v4t5411.
Also at the sane) time and place one house and
lot In town of Barnesville situated on Forsyth
street bounded on the North by W. R. Taylor
on the East by an Alley on the South by Forsyth
street and on the W est by the Crawley place.
Levldon as the property of W. C. Blalock to
satisfy a tax fl fa Issued by Tax "Collector ot l’lk
county for state and county Taxes. S7w4ts26le
Alsu at the same time and place one undivided,
one sixth Interest in the west half of lot no 125
atid one undivided one sixth Interest In lot no.
i :i2 all In the elgth district of originally Monroe
now l’ikc eouuty. Levied on as the property of
Josldi w ood to satisfy a common law ff fa issued
from Pike Superior court in favor oi N. E. Wm.
It. and John M. Wood against Josiah Wood. John
C, James K, and Sarah Wood tenants in posses
sion notified in writing. Property pointed out
by plaintiffs attorney. 110w4t53.30.
\i . I>. BUSSEY, Sheriff.
March sth lsS4.
(1 KORGIA—Pike County—To all whom It may
X concern. E W Rose applies to me for let
ters of administration ou the estate of Mrs
Martha E Rose, late of said county, deceased,and
1 will pass on the same at my oflice on the first
Monday in April next. Witness my official sig
nature February 25th, ISS4.
HARR I WELLS, Ordinary.
Parties due the estate of G. M. McDowell are
hereby notified to make immediate settlement.
Those having accounts against the same will
present thempn’operly attested.
J. M. McDowell admix
Mrs. h. L. McDowell, adwx.
Notice to Mow anil Creditors.
r.U persons having demands against the estate
of Jlrs Elizabeth Stapleton, deceased, are hereby
notified to render them In according to law, and
those Indebted make Immediate payment. This
January 22d, ISS4.
A U HARRIS, Administrator,
Application will be made to the Secretary- o
State, for a charter for a Railroad to commence
at Columbus Ga, and run northeast through por
tions of .Muscogee. Harris Talbot, Merlweltber
Upson,Pike Spalding and Henry,the distance as
near as can now be ascertained is S5 miles. The
corporate name wifi be the Georgia Midland and
Guff Railroad company and with a capital stock
of $500,000,000 its affairs will be managed by the
following directors for the first year.
J W. Woolfolk.G. Gui by Jordan, T E. Blanch
ard, W. E. Gray, of Columbus, Ua.
Cnas, L. Davis, Warm Springs, Ga.
State of Georgia—Pike county.
Superior Court, April Term 1883.
Presiding his Honors. W. Harris Judge.
Zena Dumas) Libel for Divorce
M I. Dumas ) Rule to perfect service.
It appearing to the court by the return of’ the
Sheriff that the deft. M. L. Dumas does not re
side In this county;and It further appearing that
he does not reside in tills state, It Is on motion
of Counsel ordered that said' defendant appear
and answer at the next term of this court, else
that the case be considered In default and
the plaintiff allowed to proceed, and it was fur
ther o dered that this Rule be published Inf the
Barnesville Gazette, once a month for four
months, before the next term of the court.
A true extract from the minutes. By the cour
S. W. HARRIS, J. C. C. C. Presiding
Cl EORGIA—Pike county—To all whom It may
G N W Taylor, administrator of
the estate of Charles McKinley, deceased, hav
llled his petition for letters of dismission from
said estate, notice is hereby given that X will
pass upon liis application on the first .Monday In
May next at my office. W itness my official sig
nature February 4th, ISS4.
HARRY WELLS, Ordinary.
jn EORGIA—PIKE COUNTY—To all whom i
Miff may concern, T. E. Murphey applies to in
for letters of administration on the estate oe
Samuel Gardner deceased and I will pass upon
Ills application on the first Monday In March
next at my office; witness my official signature
this January 30th 18S1
HARRY WELLS Ordinary
/ x EORGIA— Pike County—To all whom it ma
V I concern. Thomas W ooehran applies to inn
for letters of administration, with the will an
nexed, on the estate of James Cauthen, lateyo
said county, deceased, and 1 will pass upon Ills
application on the first Monday In March next
at my office. Witness my official signature this
January 31st, ISS4.
HARRY WELLS, Ordinary
Notice is hereby given that unless objections
are tiled In this office on or before tbe first Tues
day in March next. an order will be passed to
open and make public the road commencing’ at
Methodist church in Milner, running westward
ly, intersecting the public road leading from
Martin’s mill to Griffin, near the residence of \V
Also, to make the road beginning near tbe res
idence of M rs. Mary A Yarbrough and running
south intersecting the Griffin and llollonvill
road at J I) Yarbrough’s gin house a public road
Also, to make public a road beginning near J C
Irvin's O’.i tii ■ Zebuion Fiat Slioals road and
running north along the land lines, intersecting
the public road near J J Milner’s in 9th district.
C. F. Iti.DDING,
feb7 Clerk B. O. of K. K. I’ike Cos
Safa! fail supply 3m
Beloit, wis., July 31, 1883.
National School Supply Bureau:
Last, April, being then lu charge of a large pub
lic school, but (leaping a position In some good
academy or college, I placed my. name Willi
your Bureau, During the flrsi; part of the
present notice from you of a
vacancy )n**kn place as 1 desired.
i-imimuiiii-iiiioii with the
party conca^Bp’received the appointment. I
am well saWd with the management of
the Bureau, and feel sure that it tills a use
ful and necessary place In our school economy.
You are at liberty to use my name it you wish.
EDWARD O FISKE,
Headmaster Markham Acad., Milwaukee, Wls.
For application-form and circular, address:
National Supply Bureau, Chicago, 111.
N. B. We want all kinds of Teach
ers for Schools and Families. Good
Agents and Private Correspondents.
YOUNG WIEN TO LEARN
No charges unless situations are furnished.
For'fldlYicuTMXs, uddresswlth stamp,
Velma, and Nov.' .ft-rsey Telegraph oo.,Main 'Of
fice 92C Chestnut Street, Philadelphia Pa.,Branch
Office 006 .Market street), Wilmington, Del.
Through wires. \
11. PNRDUE,M. D.
BARNES VILLE, GEORGIA
OFFICE J. W Hightower & Go’s Drugstor#.
Residence on Tnomaston .street.
OR. 8 11. GJEiAY~
Having located at Barnesville tenders bl 9 ser
vices to lie public, office over T. B Lyon’s store
John M. McDowell,M. O.
BARNES VILEE, GA.
nice over JVY Hightower & Go’s drug store.
Is left at this drug store or I.ls residence
m ptly att< uded 10. aug 2
DR. J. O. HOLLOWAY.
Tenders bis professional set vices to the citizens
or Barnesville and surrounding country. Office
at Drug Store, J. W. Hightower & Go. Residence
on Thomaston street. aug23
”o. B- B. BLOODWORTH,
Attorney - at - Lw>
Prompt attention to all business entrusted to
Wm. S. Whitaker,
ATTORN E ¥ AT LAW,
Will practice in the counties of the Flint Clr
eult and in the Supreme Court of the State.
J. A. HUNT,
AT T 0 Ii NEY A T LA W,
Will practice In the counties comprising the
Flint Judicial Circuit, and m the Supreme Oourl
of the State. Oflice up-stairs In Bank Building.
S. N. Wood ard,
AT lORN EY A l LA W,
Office over T. B. Lyons store septl3-ly
Joseph J. Rogers,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Respectfully tenders hts services to the public
nsuring prompt and Immediate attention to all
business Intrusted to Ills care In State and Feder
il Courts. Sas-Collectlon and Criminal Law. spe
Charlton C. Holmes,
ATTORNEY - AT - LAW,
Will practice In the courts comprising the
Flint Circuit. Collections a specialty, office
over lIFSIW Elder’s store, octl2-
Iff* /! .wnr*
frif 18 ouTOr^ORDER.
f 30 UNION SQUARE NEWYORK.
ILL. MASS. GA
TOR SALE BY
li. S. Crutcher, Barnesville, Ga.
The undersigned has a line pasturage for cat
tle and will be pleased to take cuttle to be quar
tered by the month. His pasture Is well watered
and a large amount of It 1s available for stock
to feed on. For further particular* call on,
Z. B. Head.
NOTICE- ==r ‘
Application will be made to the court of ordi
nary or Pike county Georgia, at the first regular
term after expiration of thirty dais from this no
llce tor leave to sell the following land balotiging
to the estate J S Lavender deceits -d for the bene
lit of heirs and creditors of said deceased. The
land known as the Tate place containing 150
acres more or less and part of lot no. 5 and 6 In
in the eighth district of Pike county and boun.
did north by 1. C Holmes, cast by Central Kail-,
road and south and west by Mrs Oxford and
Mis Uorue. This February Ism. 4t
J a lavender, Admr.
The undersigned Is prepared to accommodate
the public iv itli permanent or transient board.
He has also a livery and feed stable m connec
tion with the hotel. Call and see me,
R. 1.. Alien
IH1'!. L “'OTESTIIW
Savannah, Ga., Jon. 13. H
ON and after Sunday, Jan. 14, 1883, pasH
trains on the Central and .Souilnißß
Railroads and branches will run as follow:
BEAU DOWN. KEAI'H
No. l. From Savannah. nml
9:ju am Lv Savannah Lv Sdonffiß
4:15 pinAr Augusta ArUfloam 1
0:23 p ni Ar alacon Ar 4: a m J
11:20pinAr Atlanta Arsusam^
0:06 a in Ar Columbus Ar lao p mil
2:53 a tu Ar Euluula Ar 4:fl
4:16 am Ar Albany Ar4:tsniM
Ar MilledgevUle.. ..Arlo.ife'aiH
Ar.^... ..Eatonton Ar l2:Dp
Mo 16. From Augusta NuTlU^B
9:oo a in Lv Augusta. Lv lLOip'nH
3:60 p m Ar Savannah Ar 7:oin B
6:25 omAr Macon Ar . H
11:20 p mAr ... Atlanta Ar
6:05 a m Ar Columbus Ar . .!*""■
2:63aniAr Eufaula Ar
4:l6umAr Albany Ar ... fl
Ar MilledgevUle Ar ..." ' M
Ar Eatonton Av -
No. 4, From Macon NoT^H
7:i p 111 Lv ...Macon Lv s:osf M
7:ut a m Ar savannah Ar
6:10 a in Ar Augusta Ar 4:ls^H
Ar Mluedgui die Ar 10:24H
Ar. „ Eatonton Ar 12:10 H
Mo. 1. From MacuiT ' Mo7k®l
9:35 a m Lv Macon Lv 8;00 pnffl
4:21 praAr Eufaula Ar 2:53 ami
4:05 p mar Aloany Ar 4:l6am
Mo. 3.. FromMacom ' * No. aF* 1
9:ooam tv Macon Lv9:3sp'm 1
i:4piny.. . Columbus Ar6:os|lm I
No. 1. From Macon No. 3.' No. 61, "
8:uo a mLv....Macon Lv 7:00 p m..8:07 tm
12:25 p m Ar— Atlanta.... Ar 11.20 p m..8;45tm
No. 29. F’n on Macon No. 'ii,"
9:25 p m Lr. Macon Lv 11;05 am
10:10 p m Ar Perry Ar ll:60a m
Mo. 2. From AtlamaT No. 4. NoTHiT
2:10 p mLv. Atlanta Lv 9:30pm.. 4:15 am
6:sspin Ar.. Macon Ar 6:00 am.. 7:47am
2:53 a m Ar.Eutaula Ar 4:2lpni.. 4:2ljm
4:l6amAr..Albany Ar 4:05 pm. .4:05 nm
6;U5 ain Ar. .Columbus Ar 1!40pm.. 1 ;40 0 m
Ar..MilledgevUle Arlo.‘24am .10:24 ijm
Ar.. Eatonton Ar 12:10 p m.. 12:10 m
6;10 am Ar. Augusta Ar 4:15 p m..4;15pm
7:00 a M Ar.. Savannah Ar 3:50 pm 3:50 ,]ia
No. 4. i rom’Columbus. No. lIT
12:0onoon Lv Columbus ~Lv 8:00 pm
5:10 pm Ar Macon Ar 4:osam
ll:2ftpmAr Atlanta Ar S:4oum
2:53 a mAr Eufaula it 4;2lpm
4:16 a mAr Albany. ,Ar 4!osnm
Ar MilledgevUle Ar 10:24 nm
Ar Eatonton Ar 12:10 pm
6:10 am Ar Augusta Ar 4:15 pm
7:UoaniAr Savannah Ar 3;sopm
N0. 2. Fromßufaula. No! Kte"
12:01 p m Lv Eufaula Lv 12:39 im
4:05 pm Ar Albany Ar 4; 16am
6:35 p m Ar Macou.... Ar 7:37 a m
6:osam Ar Columbus Ar 1:40 pm
11:20 p m Ar Atlanta Ar 12:25 p m
Ar MilledgevUle.. .Ar 10,24 pm
Ar Eatonton Ar 12,10 pm
6:10 a mAr Augusta Ar 4.15 pm
7ff)o ani Ar Savannah Ar 3,50 pin
No. 13. From Albany"noTimT
12;00 noon Lv Albany Lr 10:40 p m
4:21 pm Ar Eufaula Ar 2;53 am
6:3spmAr Macou Ar 7;37 am
6:05 am Ar Columbus Ar 1;40 p m
11:20 p m Ar Atlanta Ar m
Ar MilledgevUle Ar 10,24 am
Ar Eatonton -Ar 12:10 pm
6-loainAr Augusta Ar 4:lspm
7:ouarnAr Savannah Ar 3:sopm
No. 20 From Eatonton and MHledgevtUe.
2:15 p m Lv Eatonton
3:58 p m Lv MilledgevUle
6"26 p m Ar M aeon
6:05 a m Ar Columbus
12;53 a m Ar Eufaila
4:16 a m Ar Albany
1:20 p m Ar Atlanta
6:loam Ar Augusta
7;00 a m Ar Savannah
No. 30. From Perryl No. 2s""
s;loamLv Perry Lv 2;sopm
6:55 am Ar Macon Ar 3:35 p m
UPSON - COUNTY BRANCH. ”
Leaves Thomaston 8:00 am
Arrives at Barnesville 9:30 am
Leaves Barnesville .....10:30 a m
Arrives Thoma3ton 12:00 m
Leaves Thomaston 3:IH) p m
Arrives Barnesville 4:2opm
Leaves Barnesville 5:10 pm
Arrives at Thomaston 6.40 p m
Leave Barnesville .. 5.50 am
Arrive Atlanta 9.05 am
Leave Atlanta s.oo p m
Arrive Baruosvlllt' 7.55 p m
Local Sleeping Cars on all night trains between
Savannah and Augusta and Savannah and Atlan
ta, and Macon and Albany.
Pullman Hotel Sleeping Cars between Chicago
and Savannah, via Cincinnati, without ebango.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars between Louis
ville, Ky., and Jaeksovllle, Fla., without change.
The MilledgevUle and Eatonton train run3 dal
ly [except Monday) between Gordon and Eaton
ton, and daily except Sunday between Eatonton
The Albany and Blakely train runs daily (ex
cept Sunday between Albany and Blakely.
Eufaula train connects at Cuthbert for Fort
Gains dally except Sunday.
Tbe accommodation train between Macon and
Perry runsdaly except Sunday.
Tbe Albany Accommodation train runs dally
[except Sunday)be tween smithvllle and Al
bany,and dally (except Sunday) from Albany to
At Savannah with Savannah, Florida and Wes
tern Railway, at Augusta with all lines to North
and East-Atlanta with Air Line and Kennesaw
Routes to all points Nortli East and West.
Berth In Sleeping cars can be secured at SCH
RENIER’S 127 Congress street.
Geo. A. Whitehead, WILLIAM ROGERS,
Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Supt. C. R. R.. Savannah.
C- SHAW, W. F. SHELLMAN,
en. rrav. Agt. supt, S. W. R. R„ Macon
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