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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 5 August 1893

-· ---- -r··~ - --,, ,. , - - - - - - - - - THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1893. NUMBER 22. *- ** ****** ***** ** * *1 1 * 1 * ** *** *I *I ** ** -- * JACKSON PARK JOTTINGS. Th Tode or Evnt. Transpirng.* ,, the Word's ai, r. . bease's soiOs Gagete - Celebriues Itlsg the Oreat ezpegtloa-A strasse tMIsas s Netloes - New Featnures. SPeo aeeo Corepoemea 1Ol The. eorld's fair city has for the last few '.eeks had somewhat of a surfeit of .Oealty. The city was thrown into f tumult by the arrival of Duke de 'Veragua and his suite, and laid itself out to entertain the titled desoen-ant of Columbus in truly royal fashion. For a week or ten days there were grand w- eeptions, public and private, and cere nionial visits to the fair grounds, and altogether a perfectly delightful season was enjoyed by those of the upper ten. fom who were privileged to partieipate in the festivities. Then Infanta Eu lalia burst upon our social horizon in all her regal splendor...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 5 August 1893

. THOMAS ' wo HOMER J. MOUTON .,- the fIeyte L h. sasV . m es as Secondtm . URbtAY, AUG. 5, 2r93-. S.. PECIAL NOTICE. Attorneys, Administrators and Litigants. Sthperatioa of astvn sadmnsttors of estates - . rac the d its friends ino , bt w d plade a arge amountof t e° cato of their notices s i sale ,instad .circufiof oofode paer, ad its in The CGazettce has many times aollu attention to the certain profit that would accrue to capital in the operation of a refinery near this tae.o . We showed that it would not ifE mosey in circulation, in town, instead of a good part of it being engulfed in the capacious maws of the-city commission merchant. The amount included in freight, commis sria, brokerage, and other charges taken out of the produce shipped to the city, which in the aggregate amounts to a considerable sum, would be kept at home, and all would participate in the benefits that a. karger- volume of money would bring. That The Gazette had grasped the situation in its expressed view...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 5 August 1893

THE GAZETTE. Stabscristion Price, :. $r Per Yea TOWN AND COUNTRY. Ice-cream at Mrs. Millers on Wednesdays, 'Saturdays and Sundays. SMayor Wm. Campbell returneil Wednesday 1 after a few week's sojourn at Grand Isle. Mrs. Alex. Mouton, of New Orleans, is visiting the tfanily of Major J. S. Mouton. For first-class work go to'the Railroad Bar 'ber Shop. Cleanliness and dispatch. Mrs. Joseph Boutte, of New Iberia, has been on a visit to her father Mr. Z. Doucet. Henry Crouchet, of Carencro, was in Lafayette Wednesday. Constables Graser and Romero had up to I Wednesday killed over twenty dogs and still d the good work goes on. fi Sidney Vezaey returned Saturday t from Mamou prairies with a drove " of cattle. Mr, A: C.. Guilbeau of Carencro 0 paid The Gazette an appreciative 9 visit Wednesday. T Miss Alice,Lallane, of ,Washington, is on vi t ;hort visit to the famnily .of Mr. James :i, llannen. Mr. Priollaud has a notice in t2 another part of this issue to which the attention of the reader...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 5 August 1893

ý , 1 Qou-o hseesadowed two 0 ''bies"' shelter It New wi ithe beds always be needfoer A ost uninterea+tng children. ly Command which socom- * I :gift. Mc . 1Dm-w, who took et- interest in Ml subjects re- FO " the training of children, was inexorably _opposed to fairy H She -believed in simply written and iastructive games. T Pyoungest telegraph operator f is itUtle Enpbra, the five-year- Aw i a tghte"r of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. W Dia, of West Point. Ga. The dsild ian been about the ofBce a great dest and qufekly picked up the Morse "A alphabet. She can call up other op- W eirators, a di geoeives messages with Th remarkable accuracy. RImeoing a souwee of PerMi mamer is near when the kidneys grow in- It -actve. The source of peril is removable with estetter's Stomach Bitters, which Co unquestionably averts Bright's disease, dia- m bsetes , rvel and other ruinous malsdies I pttrribirtrb e in the frst instance, to a dore 4g _t cdtion of the kidneys and bladder. b heaslthult maulse to t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 August 1893

T LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME L LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1893. NUMBER 23. " " - ll •· '1 •· · N I • I· 1· Ill 1 ill Imi I I • ll lmll . . . . . . . il , . •- lllg FARM AND GARDEN. FAIR ROAD TAXES. president astes Oms e som em sa Area ments on the sJageet. I have observed in various papers complaints by farmers that bicycle men all advocate better roads, but bicycle men propose to make the farmers pay for the roads. Hence some farmers pro pose to tax bicycles and apply the pro ceeds to making better roads. , If roads are to be made by taxing those who ride over them no bicycle man will object. But such Ma tax must necessarily be a special tax, like the toll taken on toll roads. And the only fair tax of -that sort is by. taking toll, so that the user of the road pays exact ly for so much as he uses. It must be a toll tax on aRl vehicles, and all beasts, and all pedestrians. If one is taxed for rsing the road, all road users must be taxed alike. Beside, the tax ought to fall...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 August 1893

A Y Si.u EftJ. MOUTON toe paow fts. ftor PusOcw as Second its cid GUST ti, 5893. for cat . Tw r ISSUE. is, ~ t District Court con- the ay, and:during its den ýontied municipal elec- be e called. res 'a : sae assume that both age ire coafSeat that their cause we icons one. leqgation is made by, con- fo Shat there were some ille- ma cast, which if thrown out, Cl give them a true majority and ca ofices  1ich they were lawfully ha fi elected. Those now a these offices, we presume fri 1,that there was any fraud. pa issue, then, is. joined. And ce . qietstion naturally arises which ntion is correct. To determine de a-eply, it is necessary that the case w. t~ decided upon its merits. at  pthis fair way of ascertaining "`the truthfulness or falsity of the ci barge we apprehend no one will titerpose any objection It is. very true. that there may be ,Wud ~ upon which may rest a ~~'- .?ahnicality of the law, whereby the i _e. may be thrown out of court, Fr Sr there may be room upon, whi...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 August 1893

Subhsrirtioie Price,' .·r Per Yca.s TQWN AND C-OUNTRY. Go to Bagarry for a good shave and hair cut. I-I Dr. F. R.-. Martin, of Breaux Bridge, was in Lafayette Wednesday. Mr. Wip. Gooch, of Patterson, was in town Sunday. Miss Minnie Bailey. who was vis iting relatives here, returned to her home in Opelousas, Wednesday. Misses Maud Young and Leonore 'Theriot, of Royville, were the guests of Miss Eflie Young, Sunday. Miss Emma Falk is visiting her sister, Mrs. Armand Levy, in Lake Charles, this week. - H. E. Eastin is doing a neat job of painting on the iHigh School building. Dr. Geo. C_ Mouton, a promi aent physiaian of Rayne, La., was in our city Wednesday. Mrs. Virginia Biossat, mother of Mr. T. M. Biossat, is spending some days with her son's family. Mrs. Homer Bailey will .re-open her school on the 4th of September next. Miss F. S. Greig left last Thurs day for Waco, Texas, on a short visit to relatives there. Miss Augustine M. Younger, of Avoyellcs parish, is on a visit to her s...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 12 August 1893

t' the Welsh bfore Columbhse at. la stu ctive s "summer. bistrder" -Doi ,ldso"de ,,ri-es "A Afris," (fortheraising sain J. P. H. Gastrell tells Trieks." Annie ". Ryder nineteenth century hand girls, "In the Look S saubs" Jeannette A. a delightful account on of the Scottish high Whic some readers have traveled ; IWththe Lady of the Lake;" de Awake Athletics article rS haian of the Charlesbank and is devoted to "Out-of Scents a number. At the sd or direct from the pub . ,Lotbrop Company. Boston. m does:not add toits vales. a Prostration And Darpepsi4a ·ints worst form pulled me down until I could not eatorleep and felt if I did not soon get reMel, S Nshonld surely die. I began to take Hood's Sarsrqrilla and whenl had used three bottles I and increased from IM to 150 pounds, was able ~wel' l to work again and felt a better. Ply Rliads are to see such a change. Hood's ilai ais wonderful medioine."  W3 , DBigelow. 2N. Y. ' *'a mi.lle. cure headache. 3e. IRRtWAD' YSENTERY, 2HOLLER...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 19 August 1893

LAFAYETTE GAZETTR VOLUME I. . LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1893. NUMBER 24 1h m m i I "" ' n - n i no n l umn n • nu n n m mul m m n m nm u n u . . A SONG OF SUMMER. Early at the door of day Dim andi gray. Lo, the gleami of summer's handl Reschingtforth a rosy light O'er the white. Dewy, dream-efrolded land. Thel with her last stars goes spring, Wandering Down the shadowed west; and, hark! On the winds a wafted tune May to June Sends farewell across the dark. Suddenly the meadow sbjnee, And the vines With their fragrant rubles throng! Sum"rerl Happiest of words To the birds In ti- grove's green house ofi Bubbling fount of metody, Every tree Sprays the morn with music sweet% And the buds for June's dear sake Haste to break Into bloom around her feet. Slag the nymphs in sylvan nooks With the brooks Silver strings of nature's lute. And, where sweet the clover grows Piping goes Pan, with Echo in pursuit Higher soars the sun until Vale and hill In the morn's full beauty gleam; ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 19 August 1893

-calned up Monday beore tays(o what is known as cd Sside) submitted to the thre exceptions, to-wit:1 of the ort oD the grond that be. mntt fer a municipal election, and lA~leo. i nterest was manifested in I isse, and the court house waser during argument of the for the. opened, counsel formen in thatf what is known as " of c side) submitted to the case as aoon the rst exceptions, to-wit: of rt sustained the defendants except to the jutis Ictention of the court on the groind that be . premises for, and, nicip electioquence, nd see being no express statutory authority SJg e ort jurisdiction, it has no power I Sthe merits asof the ase.dismissed. It is, perhapst the tunfo chrter provides te case for the ofuld ce of councime an, brupt pmannertf , therefore, thave o allega of action. o iegard-Tht petition of plaintiffs is de Sthat it is not ccompsnied by a se. R of citizu interested in the case asbeen ;111 - provided by law. ~s. After hearing argument, pro and a -°e, on the first except...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 19 August 1893

TOWN AND €OUNTRY. Miss Nydia McDaniel left Mon day on a visit to Opelousas. Views taken on short notice by 4AillUr & Nickel. 1-23. Jno. O. Mouton is repairing the plank walk in front of bls qiloon. Mrs. Homer Bailey will re-open her school on the 4th of September next. Mr. H. Jamieson Sr.,left for New (Orleans last Tuesday on a short business 'trip. Dr. H. P. Guilbeau and his son Preston L., of Breaux Bridge, were in Lafayette Wednesday on business. L. P. Bagarry will open on or "about the tenth proximpo, a branch barber shop near the depot. Miss Estelle Gerac returned Wed nesday after spending several weeks in Galveston. We have had complaints about the bad condition of the public roads coming from Royville, Scott and Breaux Bridge. Preaching to-day (Saturday) in the MetLodist church at Ir A. M., by the cowboy preacher, Rev. Mr. Montgomery. The public invited. Mr. H. F. Hofkesbring, of J. C. Morris & Co., of New Orleans, is on a week's vacation visiting rela tives in Lafaye...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 19 August 1893

a-s r ns omp-N"a sa 'teeatrs' sad Iroad o.to i 'tLet@ te sOutes; o ue. tkie tie ba -eo New Orleske, `aed that is 'foil wrd lolders, showing time of sad coanectionsaod m etsU d of the oabtry. I1 cyl oaoteum gto to T sitwill pay you to write your rwants wilbe givea nprompt at tion. r. W t Tay. woas. Agent r sA. AB Gag.Laeu, ern"isd - Houme, a:I r B -l. lWIL Snt. Soth aTdG adter.hi best girl left for s sum a c41. l countryo Algeruon went into a S. oo tm to buy r. Burton Harrison's S:ieI .Balls Out of Tune." But he was Sbsdha ,.d .Raud asked for "Sweet Belies ,. "Outo Town.' -B.artord Courant ~: -~ 3 Rg Youw route te ChiLege. oerviELv TH ONILY LIs r'inning solidi . esstilled trains direct to the World's'F'sir - a'ounds and stopping at the Exposition "-P OSITIVLY 'Um ONLY LINE makingoonnee ;fi slon Central Uniou Station, incinnati '; -wi~ih-trai n/ of the- L. & r. It. ., Q. a& C. : B. T., V. & G. UR., and Kentucky Cen an'  L-R.v. and C. & O. It., avoiding the dim toa...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 August 1893

TIE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1893. NUMBER 25. A STORY OF THE SEJA. Im Told by Orany Nell to a Bum mer-Day Visitor. The steamer time-table said: "Pas lengers can land and have one hour to .aspect this typical New England fish- ing village, with its queer, rambling streets, its - ancient houses, its old wharfs, once the scene of activity, now silent and deserted,," etc. I stood at the end of the landing place and looked down the long street with the walk on one side and the bar bor on the other, then turned to watch the crold rush past to take the town by stordz, staring in at the windows of the houses, overrunning the quiet little grave-yard, intruding everywhere; in fact, doing everything that rude, van dal excursionists do the world over. "Desecrators!" I thought, "how shell I avoid you? IHere I take what I sup pose to be an out-of-the-way trip to an out-of-the-way place to get a littlerest. and, if 'possible, new ideas, but instead of a qui...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 August 1893

GAZrTTC. EVERY &ATURDAY aNo HOMER'CJ. MOUTON .PoPRlarons. Jsyefte La. Paost-Office as econd AY, .AUGUST 26, 1893-. THE OUTLOOK. There has been a slight change for e best in the financial situation, the week closed with a marked h, pefulness on the part of business :mien and financiers, at the great rmoney centres, who have most elosely watched the prevailing con-. ditions. The importation of gold Is increasing, large amounts of new currency are being taken out of the i banks and gradually finding its way in trade channels, and there is an increasing probability that Congress will give the country wise legislation and on the whole there are several -indications that the turn of the tide I has been reached. The striking feature of the week before was the dearth of currency, but there is every indication, and a fervent hope, that those who have been boarding currency will be disap point'ed. On the whole, as we said, the outlook is an improved one, though the actual situation is at ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 August 1893

tQW? "*1 N2TY. niss I,.eila Vest left Sunday for Washing ton on a visit t, friends. Mrs. Cornay P. Moss, .of New Iberia, came tp kWedqesday on a visit to relatives. Miss Maggie Pellermen, of Franklin, is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. A. Clark. Ladies and children haircutting at domi cile. L. P. Bagarry Mrs. A. Labe returned home Wednesday from Berwick where she had been on.a visit to relatives. Miss Younger who had been on a visit to her sister, Mrs. F. C. ,Trlay, left for Washington last Sunday. Mrs. Mossiker, of Orange, Tex., is spending some time withl her pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Levy. Mrs. L. Hebrard and Miss Regina I)ebaillon, of Opelousas, were on a visit to friends and relatives in La fayette this week. Mfrs. E. McGuire, of Algiers, who was visiting her father, Mr. H. McGrlgor, left for home Wednesday. Ex-Conductor W. 1-1. Parrot who has been absent for several weeks on a vacation re turned last Sunday looking hale and hearty. A World's Fair party composed of Judge Iarkerson...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 26 August 1893

at the satow wbea I would dint taste would ~aI ran down aod lost U A friend ad. to take-eooed' p._edl uand smon my tue eanmebek. I arte wiltboutdistres, two pounds a .. b 1tk8 bottles of HmioWS SArSAu and never felt better la my 1~SL." Grocer, cnanate., N. Y. ·f ;le Pi` s eare Constipation. CHOLERA INFANTUM, -AND ALL AFFECTIONS OF THE BOWELS. Oxwoa. LA., July 'O.sN, Centletnen --We have used Lour rodies Cor dial in our family for some time Past. and are perfectl atiofied with its edects. Would not llingly do without it. Respectfully J. 7. RosrIsoM. SOLD BY ALL DRUCCISTS. PRICE. OOo. qpd R 1.00. Prepared by I. L. YONS & CO. New Orleanma. M. The Greatest Medical Discovery of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY, DONALD KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS., Has discovered in oine of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to a common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases (both thunde...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 September 1893

STHE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. VOLUME I. - LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1893. NUMBER 26. [Copyright, 1893, by the Author.] E had oft'en tried to pro pose" to h e r, but she was f"such a flippant young person that he found itHlerculean to reduce her to a sufficiently serious frame of mind. Then, too, he was by no means certain as to her feel ings toward himself. Some definite as surance either way would, he felt, have been grateful, although it is safe to affirm that had such assurance been un favorable to his hopes he would none the less have been anxious for further information: however, he was denied the satisfac tion of even well-grounded suspicion. She had such a baffling sort of manner. Never had he been able to surprise her into an admission of anything, however trifling, which might be taken as an in dication that he aroused within her emotions of any kind whatever. It was certainly very difficult to know what to do. Mlany times had he almost taken ad vantage of a momentar...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 September 1893

$ 1'HE GAZEt :$- UED EVERY S A URDA• C."CAS. A. THOMAS Awso HOMER J. MOUTON PROPRIETORS. $atered at thp Lalayette La Pltst-Ooea * Second Clais Matten tAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1893. 17'S COMING. There's a good time coming, boys, There's a good time coming, There's a good time coming, boys, And'it won't be long coming. . : Yes, that refinery is coming, and S t's coming as soon as the dense financial clouds roll by, which surely ought to happen at an early day, : and the people should then get to gether and make an united and strong pull, and the refinery will be a reality. We have sailed one course and i then another, and nothing has been I accomplished. The reason would seem to be because our efforts were directed against insurmountable ob stacles. Consequently, it seems to us, it would redound to our ad vantage to concentrate our ener gies and direct them in a channel that promises suceess. . The Gazette has demonstrated in preceeding issues that there is no i, better investment than in a ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 September 1893

THE GAZETTE. Se,rril~i'tion Price, : $1 Per Yea., -.; TOWS AND COUNTRY. Miss Marie Broussard, of Jeanne rette, is in the city visiting relatives. Sheriff Reid, of Calcasieu parish, was in town Tuesday. Numa Schayot is making some improvements to his store. Ladies and children haircutting at domi cile. L. P. Bagarry Mr. Walter Mouton left Monday to spend some days in Galveston. Miss Lizzie Cayard visited friends in Iberia during the week. The Police Jury meets in regular session next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Olivier had the mis fortune to lose their infant child, Armand, aged 7 months, on the 3oth of August. Death invaded the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Martin on the Ist instant, and took .away their baby boy Valerien, aged 8 months. Mr. Louis Miller, of Lafayette, was Ti our city yesterday (Sunday.) -New Iberia Iberian. * Prof. J. C. King, of Crowley, was in Lafayette in attendance at the Williams-Hopkins wedding. Mrs. J. F. Mouton after spending some three weeks at Galveston re ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 2 September 1893

-`i aqfiaijpn Mat easnotis - ikthe re:.ae'st t i- the -- iznwittato is exit"ne to-ail to f-sebo to see is to believe. Yu 1 aoa hearty welcomeu and an In trip, for cheap railroad rtes will s from all points In the Southeast SRound trip tickets will be sold on ' ugust 2ond and 3rd for two harvest exour mins and can be parchased to any place in g-- bsood to sto iff at-any point on the g trip, within lifteen days from time plet is purchased, and you have thirty dayin all, to make the journey and get home. The rate is one fare for the 41 trip There is no question as to the ,route oved r which you should travel, for there w is bat : e railroad entering the State of O -ltase. which offers the "Home Soaker" a c. hoice of three routes, either via Memphis, Shreveport or New Orleans, and that is ti the Texas a Pacific Railway, which crosses p the State from East to West passing through i its most fertile lands. Correspondence so licited by the undersigned, who will give full information as ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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