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Wonderful Fitdnett of Human Labor and
Genius Displayed at the
OSEATESTBTJILDnra IN THE W'RLD.
Wonderful Electrical DisplaysExhibit
of Foreign Nations. Nebraska
to the Front.
Chicago, 111., May 22, 1893.
One cannot attend the World's Fair
and fall to be impressed with the won
derful inventive power of 'human Intel
lects, and the limitless possibilities of
production which individual and organ
ized effort can accomplish. The fair
furnishes a hitherto unequaled oppor
. tunity to gather knowledge of what
man has done In almost every depart
ment of human activity; and seeing
what wonders have been wrought single
handed and by united labor, fills one
with hope that the great truth of equal
and iindivlsible interest, as well as
rights may yet be universally recogniz
' ed; that the waste of strife may cease,
that the forces of nature may all be
'i searched out, subdued by knowledge of
their laws aid harnessed to the whiz-zinc-wheel
and flyiD? car, -not as now
to work for the few only who have capl
tal to purchase the costly machinery
necessary, but to shorten and lighten
the tasks of the toilers, giving them
time and abundant means to cultivate a
love of the beautiful, and to increase in
a knowledge' of the good and true. The
workers today are t often, generally we
might say, parts of machines, with no
sufficient time for study, no strength
left to think and develop the latent
possibilities of their Divinely varied
individualities. But it Is left to them
to work out their own salvation from
the tyranny of selfishness. They can
only rise from being machines, by
heroic, persistent effort to know what
justice requires and economy teaches,
They will, so studying truth, discover
at last that united politicial and Indus
trial action must furnish a solution of
the great social problem.
The Fair is not yet ready, really,
many exhibits being yet unpacked, and
carpenters and painters will be kept at
work during the entire month of June
before deeorations are finished and
exhibits all in place. It. was an enor
mous undertaking. One gets a better
idea of twenty millions of money by
v-; seeing what has been done with it in
W t building the White City. Any one who
w will spend a month mentally measuring
x- the sum of labor which has been ex
pended in rearing its vast structures
and smaller buildings, In building
bridges, making streets and preparing
whatvcs and grounds, etc, etc, and
who will then assort that any one man
in a lifetime can by his own tabor of
hand and brain create as much wealth
as is here Invested, must bo either
fool or a knave,
The largest building on the ground is
devoted to manufactures and the liberal
aru. It dimension in feet are given
as m x 1W7, so it covers over thirty
and one-halt acres. It Is the Urgent
building of its kind ever constructed.
The floor alone contains over 3.OU0.0OO
feet of lumber and ll v carload of sail.
Que thousand cottages, 25 a 60 feet,
could Hud room within iu wall and
S,0Ourpdple could live wtthouterowdlng
ia these cottage. It roof of iron and
gla U supported bv Imaiea Iroa
ait' he, the ridge of the roof being M
feet trout the round. A gallery fifty
feet wide tiWnd around alt four side,
aad projecting from tLU are eighty sis
smaller gallerk, twelve feet wide
lined with sthlblU, and affording
beautiful view of U lateraalktaa) dU
play below. A Urge part of the gel
tar iiua I lmKui.U.4 with lh (Vlllnff
v. -f - i -----
7. and educational tihiblia of ait nation.
J The anion of Europe are partleuUrly
well re pr seated In thl oduoaUoeal
JO i :i
display. In the north gallery the
Century Publishing Co. exhibits manu
scripts oi noted authors wnwn it Das
published and much that is interesting
and worth knowing concerning its
Illustrations Harpers also have a dis
play of tbeir publications. D. Lothrop
and Co. and many others as well.
The main floor displays sucn a count
less variety of manufactured products
and works of art that it is not possible
by an enumeration to convey any idea
of what is there. Months could be spent
in this one building examlniog and ask
ing questions. One of the most unique
display of unrivalled besuty, found
near the north main entrance is the
samples of the petrified Arizonaiorest.
The trunks oi these ancient trees sawea
with diamond saws and polished, pre
sent a glistening ma' y-tlnted variegat
ed surface corresponding to the pre
cious stone chalcedony in appearance.
The trunks cut across are Irons six
inches to two or three feet In diameter,
the larger cuts being used for tops of
most costly tables.
The Austrian, uerman ana uonemian
displays of decorated pottery and glaes
round near tne main aisie oi me euua
ing are very fine and attract many visi
tors. I tal y has in the south end a large
display of bronzes not yet arranged
luuy. spain nas urge space, out ner
goods are yet unpacked. Kubela aBd
Denmark are six weeks behind with
their exhibits, owinc to an ice blockade
in the Baltic sea, and injury to the
vessel containing their goods; out tney
are straining every nerve to get ready.
The fisherbs building contains in one
wing a very extensive aquarium where
many varieties oi flsn including eneii-
fish, lobsters, etc. may be seen disport
ing. In the mala part stuffed, dried
and canned fish, fishing tackle, boat.
nets etc. are displayed by the dmerent
countries. Norway especially having
very extensive and attractive eanibit
The enormous skeleton of a whale is
suspended in one Dart of the building,
a white whale stuffed and several vane
ties of sharks are also to be seen.
The agricultural building, though in
complete, presents a bewildering scene
of beauty and attractive wealth. The
Nebraska, exhibit, I am particular to
say. Is one to be proud of, the designer,
J. C. Bonnell, formerly ot Lincoln, ana
the decorators. L. m. bcothorn and vv.
F. Coole of Lincoln, and Herbert Lewis
of Omaba, having performed a work
that all Nebraskans will be proud of. I
cannot go into particulars to describe
The eastern states make rather a poor
showing when it comes to agriculture.
But they get more than even by farming
the western farmers, that is, the money
loaning class dp.
The countries of South America and
of Europe have exhibits of their princi
pal products, and many strange and
interesting growths and objects which
could be seen nowhere else outside of
the laad to which they belong.
Some portions of the electricity build
ing seems like fairy land. A pillar
about twenty feet high is closely cover
ed with horse shoe electric lights or
burners, spirally arranged, and con
nected with the projecting upper edge
of the pillar are two or tnree zigzag
shaped frames filled with the hone
shoes which lead to a revolving tube
covered with incandescents. fouddenly
at the bottom ol the pillar light is
turned on and it moves steadily upward
through ground, white and colored
glasses, runs off in the zigzag pathways
till It lights up the revolving globe,
which rapidly turns from white to blue
and tben red before going out. Then
tne wnole thing is repeated. 1 he eiec
trie displays in the evening are said to
oe encnantmgiy beautiful, particularly
that of the extensive, many-spouting
electric fountains, tilled with sculptured
mermaids and other works ot art. The
search light, which is a part of the
evening display, projects so powerful a
light tuat from my home, three miles
away, it spin tb entire heavens and
loose nice a eiauu comet s tan.
Machinery hall, covering over six
acres, is a ruott attractive place to ono
with a mechanical or inventive turn of
mind. Your correspondent, having
leaning toward phllotophy and litera
ture, must confess that beoou du't com
prehend a hundredth part of it. ilut he
know thatoacQ tnacuine wa an applica
tion of wisdom, an Inspiration o Gjd.
the arm of Omnipotence laid hold ot for
tho carrying or man Heavier Duruont,
What poem, more beautiful than the
"song ot stesra". might be written on
the ordinarily considered humdrum sub
Ject ot machinery?
TheartgallerlvsareUO x 5K) feet.
annexe l'40 x x) fuel. The painting
which Interested me moat wa a large
rtinvaa by (I A. It" Id. entitled "The
Korot losureuf the Mortgage." I wh
an engraving of It could be pled in
very home. No word are adequate to
briefly dttwtrlb the bt work of
thouaad ot artUu ot all land and
I have said nothing of the dUptay la
the mints building, tru(orWtKa
building, the guferaiuent building, the
woman Utl.dog. horUeuhural hall
and a.it tf uu but Ming wbhn I
save Ma Uut enough ha b-tea writ
tea tat tiate,
Oioiuii Howard Giimox.
Ourtd are Wtd ean.ful'y before
having the store, UrUwold, lid JWh
LINCOLN, NEB., THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1693.
i!i HIS OWN BEHALF.
PROFESSOR BRIGCS PLEADING
THE GREAT TRIAL IN FULL SWISS.
Tfc Otnorittai ma Bill and Ovartar
H0orM That the UrUiual crltr
v th Old and Mew TMtamonU
Wer Imun lintelr Inspired
f Cod, mini Ar Tlierclore
Washimotojt, May SL--When the
Presbyterian genera assembly met to
day Dr. Young, chairman of the com
mittee on bills and overtures, re
ported that the committee requested
that the answer to the overtures
regarding the deliverance iof the
assembly of 1492 upon the impiration
of the Bible, made last Saturday, be
returned to the committee. This was
ordered and then Dr. Young presented
a iubetitute which, he '. said, was the
unanimous expression of the seventeen
members of the committee present,
the largest number of any meeting yet
held. It read:
In anwr to the overture from 'tho presbv
terlisaof Newark Hnd SI. Loultt, slid tho mem
orial ol a larxe number more than 'MM of in
elder, deacon ana memriera oi me i-rrnuy
lerinn church, wnh reference to the deliver
ance of the Portland asembljr ontbe lu pi ra
tion of holy acrlpture, we would .recommend
Thin sennral attaemblT rnafflrma.the overture
of the delivcrunce of the atuwmbly of Wl
touchlnf the inspiration of holy acrlpture,
viz: that the original acripturck or the Old and
New Tr'Ktiimcntu bcinc lmmeu aely inspired of
God. were without error, anu la ko doing, de
clare that the ftaid deliveranr enunciate no
new doctrine and impone no new teats of or
thodoxy, but Interpret and nivee expreiwion
to what has alway been the belief of the
church taught in the Wcatminvtw confession
The report was received ;ad given
the place on the docket occupied by
the one for which it was substituted,
the second special order after the
liriggs case should have been disposed
On motion of the Rev. Charles L.
Thompson of New York, the reports of
the committees on church .unity and
church co-operation were made the
first special order and on motion of
Stated Clerk Koberts, the reports of
the committers on n"irtf of the
synods, U'.eivu :e und canvassing
the votes upon ti;e overtures of 1802
were given places succeeding on the
Then after the l ev. W. C. Lagner
of Mount Morris. Ill, had called
the attention of the assembly
to the - fact that this was Decora
tion day and given notice that he
would ask the moderator at some con
venient point in the proceedings to en
tertain a motion that fifteen minutes
be given to an appropri to rtcognition
of the day by the singiug of a national
hymn,, a prayer or remarks, the mod
erator convened the assembly as a
court,;announoing "that the body is
about to pass to the consideration of
the business assigned for trial and to
enjoin on the members to recollect and
regard their high character as judges
of a court of Jesus Christ, and the
solemn duty in which they are about
Dr. Urigga then at 9:50 resumed his
argument in defense of the charges
made against him. lie occupied all
the morning session, going again over
substantially the same ground argued
before the New York presbytery, lie
was heard without Interruption or in
cident of jnoment.
CHINA USTINO AMERICANS.
Tb L'olMtlal Ooveruniat Said to It
(J'raparlna; lu utor Cuiaplientlun.
Wasuisotox, May 3L Secretary of
the Treasury Carlisle, Attorney Gen
eral Olney aad Assistant N-eretary
Hamlin hld a short conference yester
day on the Chinese tjtitntUou and dis
ouaaed variou law Kint
In China the authorities have or
dered a report mini on the number of
American In tho provinces, paying
particular attentiuu to tho uiiaaiou
arie and ChrUtian &yiutu As there
are no American U'rrs In Chin it
Is not Iwlieved that rrtallutory meas
ures van ! taken tor the dw
portatkiD of t 'lilneae lburer from the
Uulted Matva Amtrivaus in China
are taurUt. rnvrt-batit or inUmun
arlo aad the law of taw United
State apply only U ChtifVae laborer,
The were lavl. howvwr, that a eeiuu
of AmerU-Ab I Itf-ing taken U not
eoiuititubl fur thMi In China or
their f i toads and retail? In thi
Th aituatioti in tho I'tiltftd MUI
fairly well unilrtn.l thre, and It I
fortunate, mhui, tht th liujHee
skin prevail In Ui twery klngdow
that l th enttilitif m mIoh of iniiigr
the tleaiy Uw will It rpl4
ahwuld any rumlr of Clilni in tht
euuntrv tw sent Kv a ta thetr dUtrUU
it It I4 that Umrw U vry danger ot
aa aprUlug la t hine agalust foreign
MR. TAYLOR CONFIDENT.
Be Bay That Uls OoTraanBt Appelas-
' mont Is Only Mtloa of Tim.
Kansas City. Mo., May 31. G EL J.
Taylor, ex-minister to Liberia and
president of the Negro National Demo
cratic league, has returned to this city
"Do you think you will be appointed
to an office under thi administration?"
Mr Taylor waa asked.
"I have no doubt of it whatever,"
waa the reply. "In fact, nothing can
beat me but death. I know Mr. Cleve
land and he knows me. I have a trunk
full of letter there, but he doe not
aeed them, for he know me much bet
ter than many of those who have mid
good words for me. He wili treat the
negro Democrats with jufetice. All
they should do is be patient. 1 exjvrt
any day to get my summons to come
Washington. - That it will arrive 1 am
aa sure as I am that i am alive. Mr.
Cleveland never forget his Irien ."
POISON IN THEIR FOOD.
Dastardly Attempt at Mnrditr of Irhl
t Family Luckily Discovered.
Wichita, Kan., May 3 1. When the
the family of J. W. Greene returned
home last night from a visit lln-y
found that a window had been opened
dnring their absence. Nothing tvas
missing, but an empty rou?h oa rut
box was found in a drawer.
Mr. Greene started to make write
coffee, but found some rough on ruts
in the pot, and further search sltowcd
that the poison badbeen mixed witb
the flour and meal supply anl r nt 'n
jar of jelly and in a bottle of ptek ei
The family knows of no enemies and
cannot explain the apparent design to
commit wholesale murder.
Alexia's Hnmuaary ' lnnmUtm -vl Cow
Piedbas Nkgbas, Mexico, May 31.
A few days ago Don Luis Caravangca
of the Bank of Durango, attempted to
compel squatters in possession of one
of liis ranches to pay rent. Asso)nas
the squatters learned of his pun se
they decided on his murder and drew
lots as to who should commit the deed.
Four men were selected and thev a ji-
bushed and murdered Caravangc and
his servant The authorities soon
learned of the tragedy and arrested
the couspirators. Sixteen of the
twenty-two conspirators have been
shot to death. 1 he others, w ho con
fessed, may be spared.
An Indian Lynched by Mwtlcan.
Las Vegas, N. . M., May 31.-Last
night Cecilie Lucero, an Indian, was
lynched in this city by 1,000 Mexicans
for the murder of Jenignie Martinez
and Julio Gonzales, liis own father
assisted In his capture. Last week
Martinez's body, horribly mutilated
by stones that had crushed hie head to
a jelly, was found bound to a burro
wandering over the plains. Julio was
murdered several months ago In a
WORLD'S FAIR NOTES.
The British government's appropria
tion for the exposition was only $300,
000, the government of India allowing
The board of directors intend to ar
range for sermons at the exposition
every Sunday, when the crowds will
lmve mi upporluuily to hear some dis
The only (J. A. R. post outside of
the United State is formed of sixty
veterans living at Hamilton, Ontario,
The t will attend the exposition in a
body some time next month.
The enormous 123 ton hammer of
tho llettnrhem iron company has been
reproduced in the Transportation
building. At the base of the hammer
U shown armor plate and steel Ingot.
There are thirty-four varieties of
laee in one exhibit in the Italian
section of th Manufactures' building.
There is a lso ua exquklte display of
tortoise shell work, among the piece
shown being a cane and an umbrella
made ot single piece of shelL
The New York Central' exhibit is
being put in place in the Transporta
tion building. It Include the IV) Witt
Clinton engiue, throe car built In lull,
and, iu loiitrnst, the latest eugln con
structed for the road, with care of the
latest dfstgb and handsomest tluish,
Vermont wa the only New Kngland
atate which tpued It building last
r-utuUy. ruiiyivnta, MUauuri, Vir
ginia and Ifetaware were also oIihmkI.
Jsw York' btiitdinf w but open,
but n attendant statloued at the door
explaiurJ that It wm iwoaus work a
the interior brleg pushed to eouv
llarWr k l'olr har a stock ot gen
era uutrt'handU la Iowa, now run.
alag and doing big cash buU'. eld
elUtal oouatry. I 'arty wUhee tu mot
biUnoidaaad will lake a part clear
property and balaaee cah. See or
write, ilAKFitK owt.KM.
Room 10, im O tw
Ti TMsTauI A.NcalkKI PtNPtNT
DECORAT'ON DAY PPROPRI-
A QUIET -DAY AT f ASMOT3X
SertarU Orebam aed Herbert Wit
ne i he Arliuglon Ceutetary Ceramo
nle Th Prldeut No Call
r lUvai KxarcUe at Tvpoaa
-How th Day Waa Ob-
Washington, May 21. Decoration
day opened with beautiful weather
although there were heavy rain yes
terday. At an early hour the proces
sions began forming at the various
O. A. 11. headquarters and at noon the
programs at the different cemeteries
were under full headway.
The largest crowd was at the
National cemetery at Arlington, where
the most elaborate program was
carried out After honoring the
14,000 dead soldiers an immense
audience gathered in the amphi
theatre, where a carefully selected
program of muslo and addresses wa
gone through with. The orator of
the day was W. E. Symonds.
At the Soldier's Home cemetery the
veterans took a prominent part The
music was by the Fourth artillery
band and the oration by Benjamin
At the Congressional cemetery the
Rev. Dr. Spinning of New York deliv
ered the oration. The dead in the
smaller cemeteries were not neglected.
The president came into town from
his summer residence just before 11
o'clock and his carriage was halted a
few moment in order to allow the
rear of the Grand Army procession to
pass sp the avenue on It way to Ar
lington. He spent the afternoon
quietly at the White house, seeing no
one but Secretary Lamont, who re
mained there about two hours. The
doors of the White house were closed.
Secretaries Uresham and Herbert
went to Arlington to witness the dee
oration ceremonies there. Secretary
Carlisle went to Baltimore and thence
to the eastern shore as a guest of Sen
ator Gibson. Secretary Hoke Smith
remained quietly in town. Secretary
Morton is in Nebraska and Attorney
General Olney In Boston, while Post
master General Bisscll spent the day
RIVAL EXERCISES AT TOPEKA.
O. A, H and tho Boy In Blue Deoorato
and Hear Oration Separately.
Topeka, Kan., May 3 L Decoration
day was observed here according to
the published programs. In the
forenoon members of the G. A. B. and
their families visited the cemeteries
and strewed flowers upon the graves of
the soldiers, while the "Boys in Blue,"
the Populist organization, held their
exercises in Representative hall, going
to the cemetery with florets in the
afternoon. Thus the rivals did not
clash. The "Boys in Blue" were ad
dressed this forenoon by Senator Pef
fer and the llev. W. G. Todd and the
orator of te lay at the G. A. 1L
meeting' lu City park in the atteruooo
was Joseph Q. Waters. To-night the
"Boys in Blue" held another meeting
with Governor Lewelling and Mrs.
Mary 11 Lease as the principal speak
ers. At Kauta City.
KassasCitv, Mo., May 31, Appro
priate Decoration day services were
observed here, in the morning the
different cemeteries were visited by
the G. A. IL post and the graves of
the fallen heroea decorated. The Hev.
T. H. Vassar wa the orator of tho
day. In the afternoon the grand mil
itary and civic parade took place, and
was the largest Decoration day pro
eesMion ever held In the city. Jn the
evenin. u.emorUl service were held
at th" t orttes opvr.i house. J, K. Cub
biwui of Kju-u City, Kan., delivered
the address, and an Interesting pro
gram nan ran led out
A Mnnasnvat ItMlieaMd ! Ola. ,
Oi.ATiir, Kaa, May II. An Inter
estiii'f liccoratton day program wa
carried out, the moat noteworthy
feature ot w hich wa th dedication of
a new uinuunient erected by franklin
post No. (I A. It- The address wa
delivered bv Judge John I ltnrrl to
a large crowd at (Math cemetery.
The monument is fourteen feet high
and c"ttntf fl.'Vo
A Nflatla I'aiaii at n:Un.
KeeoHU. May 31 A ve y ralay
eiorn'ii ushered In Mem ' day,
There ai a ttrtde of all tl. A. R.
tad'nM, lnt. bf th hel.t l iM.U'hta
A. . I". W, K'nighU of fMhlaa,
Mixii ru iVoottui ii Mod in. i th
other twin elttU and ibll
'tiiHi! Atlthx) la Ini'M K " 'vere
The government own
erahlp of railroad aad
That frelghtrate i
Nebraska be r-uucd t
a level with those la
force in Iowa.
The building by the
natlnnal government oi
a great trunk line from
North Dakota to the
Gulf of Mexico.
A ClrtCUS TRAIN WRECKED,
Voarteoa Cars Demolished aad Five F
aa Klllod Maay Anlauvl Hart.
Altooxa, Pa., May 3 L Walter
Mains' circus waa wrecked on the Ty
rone and Clearfield branch of the
Pennsylvania railway at Vail station
about five miles north of Tyrone at
5:30 this morning, and aa far a caa
be ascertained five persons were killed
and ten injured.
The circu wa en route to Lewis
town from Houtadale. The engineer
lost control of the train while going
down the mountain and it jumped the
track when moving at a speed of forty
miles per hour, throwing fourteen cans
over a thirty foot embankment Many
of the animals were badly hurt and m
number escaped to the wood bat
Aa Eanbaular Olve BlanMlf Up. '
Kaxsas Citt, Mo., May 81. George
Pyke, the defaulter from the Imperial
bank of Canada, who escaped from
Secretary Hickman and Detective Andy
O'Uere of the police, department in
this city last week, has surrendered to
the police of El Paso, Texas. Detec
tives arrived there to-day to take alas
back to Toronto.
Vive Thousand to Lta la St. TopB
St. 'Joseph, ; Ma, May SL Fiva
thousand men were in line to-day in
the Decoration day parade. It was)
the largest turnout of the kind wit
nessed in the city. Th weather waa
beautiful and a little cloudy. Twenty
thousand people listened to the ora
tions. , .
Many Post Gathered at Nevada.
, Nevada, Ma, May 31. Representa
tives of the various post and civil
order of the neighboring town par
ticipated in the Decoration day exer
cises to-day. The Eev. Mr, Heaton oi
Pleasant Hill made the speech of th
day. . ; - ' v
Secretary Graham Deals a Basaor.
Washikotos, May 31. A rumor that
Secretary Gresham would at an early
date be nominated by President Cleve
land a a justice of the United State
supreme court to succeed one of the
justice who is said to contemplate
resigning, is positively denied by Mr.
It is reported that Queen WUbel-
mina, the child monarch of Holland,
is developing symptoms of consump
tion and that the queen regent who in
now in the country with her, and th
royal physicians fear the worst
Great excitement prevails at Now,
ata, Ind. Ter., over the discovery of
gold two miles northwest of that
The Cudahys and Nelson Morris of
Chicago and Squires of Boston are
scheming to secure control of the
stock yards at Sioux City.
At Aurora, Mo., George Walsh waa
killed by a stroke from a billiard cue
in the hands of C. M. Clark. The man
had quarreled over a billiard shot
Judge Goodman reports that change
in the transcript of records in th
Howell murder case were made both
before and after being signed by him
Owing to the many disastrous Area
West Plains, Mo , has experienced the
people have commenced to agitate the
question of waterworks.
The. Platte City Mill and Elevator
company has assigned to the Ex
change bank of Platte City, Mo. As
sets about t20,G00; liabilities estimated
Near llazelhurst, Oa., an unknown
white tramp tried to commit a crimi
nal assault on a white woman named
Crosby. She drew a pistol and shot
him in the head. He staggered a short
distance and fell dead.
The Glasgow importer of Canadian '
cattle have sent word by cable to th
exporter u stop shipping as the de-
lav owing u tne requirement oy tu
board of agriculture that the eattl
shall be slaughtered upon arrival ar
ruinous to the trade. Three vessel
loaded with cattle are waiting for th
disposal of their rariroe and other
are coming and price have fallen ti
n each animal.
It la hatd to keep up enthusiasm on
aa empty stomach.
Th man who thinks all mea ar
d!hont generally measure all othr
A patriot may serve bis country front
prtaelpl, tut he like lo aav the
country appreciate hi ervle just th
Ill hard for a hungry man tab
boorit sod patriotic. A gnawing hen- (!
Cer usually gsU the belter of aa up
rll leg eoatcteac.
Now th eeualT effcer who ha
servtd ua tern, toigela (or another.
! pvlateth with pill bl record.
He thtitth kaads meet vigorously with
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