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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette gazette. — 28 January 1899

" 1% B ' PR 1N T N N G . S E E O U R A N G T $ ~PJCJSTI...2 iIE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VI. 0 LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1899. N ":i 'I • ii n m m•ml i I i•ii mI i ll -Iumll lllml•m llm•l m•i 111mmii llI i_ m l n l i li :' NEAT SHOE, I STYLISH SHOE, LEVY FINISHED SHOE, N ELEGANT SHOE, BROS. COM FORTABLE SHOE. icoste Building These qualities are all .Lafayette, La. possessed by the justly famous Duttenhofer Lady Shoe. A baby's health as well as its looks require the right kind of shoes and that's why we keep the uni versally popular BUDD BABY SHOE. .e:i : HOLT & CARTER, w .+e QuicK sales and small profit is our motto. Ctome, see and be con vinced. Prices greatly . reduced in ladies' and Gents'. winter wear. Now is your chance to  secure good goods cheaper than ever. Dry goo)ds, nftions, hats caps, shoes and grace ® ries. Give us a call. Next to Post-office. Lafayette. Louisiana F. E. MOSS. ARTHUR ItO...

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. — 28 January 1899

':to i b#all akn. ~ !k. old time jrointiments ;' w to the ard- ent Lily orgnaise a do~es not fs Mark Me ch i.ater Ski ter mnigger S gan tfor call :n liar will now " to troi of .ir. itration. 'Ihe Sbids fair to thil of Egan. os of 'impartial men b ugoverment in feed °onypoisoned meat is giible than the iadopted by Spain .the reccsncentrados. its prisoners at eSam'sa agents killed ers of the flag by Sembalmed beef" to me kind humanitarian Fa the greater crime. ea tu ent made by Gov. 1be" low prices of c .t the people of North *opposer than ever e.os of a high tariff may cal significance in support given the by some South l.ouisi s. It is not altogether fhat the Democracy .will divide ipon the at the next gubernatorial ari Agnew, a Minnesota iaays in a letter to w"cFhhe inhabitants here ..modest. Some of laiply a smile, while tifl of them wear a .'. This observing ainsotes that "during it only rains six days ,"bit during the rainy oonly once, and that DRD JUSTICE. of the negro child ...

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. — 28 January 1899

:S`ATE PIESS. *cir s of Interest and What the INewspapers Have to Say. :aDonaldsonville Chief: Mrs. Ella f-idtt was able to leave the house -i~!t-week for the first time since her . i'ecent severe illness, which exten ded over a period of several weeks, and she availed herself of the pri 'vilege by strolling up town Saturday and again on Sunday. Mrs. Bent ley has just passed through a dan gerous spell of sickness and her numeous friends were extremely glad to note her recovery. Baton Rouge Advocate: The Press dispatches state that Governor Foster and his party have arrived at the Capital and have been the recipient of marked attentions and courtesies. In addition to the in vitation to visit Louisiana which the Governor will ent--nd to President McKinley, his business is also to look into some claims against the State of Louisiana on the pretext of -which the Washington government has declined to reimburse the State :for the money paid out by it in amustering in troops at the be...

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. — 28 January 1899

't.1a of 'ad ,re Sher. she is 7 A. MP4, Mrs. of' many '= isstr&, Mr. 1 ;:.._ thie Misses .the Misses s" Messrs. A. -iaux and J. "ea en . E. R. t ing to engage ` ? ly :ar. t iN ; the planters tht thei voca theworst kind. But, aid L(and the mer es hands will get ntlh, on an everage, -b? those disposed to families, they will n, mil~ke 'both ends n aerents' business rc a , onseq: ence. d _ a": ,.ane will prove fa g run, if experience si s o draw conclusions rc at rfiend- of ours thinks bi -ocause he enjoys a n< irank correspond- ci eh:r Sometime ago, su 4 ,query about news, at 1 and told her of be that were on lit d around Brous- pr ~awered and said: bl Sboyl. I am told that iver is contagious! C! : over the relating the i't tthat a cheeky Mobile girl to ad- me boy? Ah! some TI -is affected, or, never have al to-see your writing ph, iroard and E. Lan- le yette lately. an yettelast Friday we cat Sto m;eet .-our genial I ex-fellow towns- An $I. Adams. It was pl thepeople of Brous...

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. — 4 February 1899

-~PRS~iiiJiNG. S3E~j OUR ,,^I^, r oC %TI f1C THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. T .H VIi OFFICIAL JTOUIRNALI THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAF4YETTE. VOLUME VI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANSA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4,1899. - hU NEAT SHOE, STYLISH SHOE, LEVY FINISHED SHOE, N ELEGANT SHOE, BROS. COMFORTABLE SHOE. L Building, U~ncaste: Building, T'hese qualities are all Lafayette, Ia. possessed by the justly famous Duttenhofer Lady Shoe. A baby's health as well as its looks require the right kind of shoes and that's why we keep the uni versally popular BUDD BABY SHOE. HOLT & CARTER QuicK sales and small profit is our motto. Come, see and be con vinced. Prices greatly reduced in ladies' and Gents'. winter wear. Now is your chance to secure good goods cheaper than ever. D)ry goods, notions, hats caps, shoes antl groce ries. Give uis a call. i9f *-i~*1 Noxt to Post-office. Lafayette. Louisiana " E. Ml(SS. Al Kru lt II N Et (Firit-:lans prscril,±ial ser1 ice) MOSS CO., Moss Pharmacy, (General Merchants. FRANK E. I^...

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. — 4 February 1899

voted b " this "` p tutblli iselves as n by ,and' the out ionly to be siana, Mis ina in res so as to elimin vote is beinik suates in which r of negroes. 'i has witnessed i4e recently, has peoplea constitu ; based on the rcntliy adopted in ipresented to the country, of the in New England of high pro de. The Daily ae fact that three pes in protected h;.ave been steadily de for quite a time sjipport and vigor. liennium is approach - court-martial has ed, and although not utnced, it is commonly t ..he has been found one has ever maintained agaS' conduct was be f a soldier, yet some to excuse.the anger if man, but his testimony hiirpa as lost to him all-the fore accorded him `4 gakes such assertions shetild at least stand to 'hem, but instead he act. It is interest io this connection that Shafter, Miles nor of those who haye in sght disgrace or have to have done so, on re. West Pointers. It the careful training re S Point by our young them to respect their inferiors too. from the untamab...

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. — 4 February 1899

STATE PRESS. f; Items of Interest andti What the Newspapers Have to Say. - New Iberia En:erprise: On Sun vY day last, we had occasion to visit the Attakapas Sanatorium, just estaylished by Dr. T'. J. Woolf in the former Gilmore residence, a large two-story frame building S standing on a spacious square of ground abounding in pretty ever green trees anti shrubbery. The building with its large rooms, high ceilings, sp'endid ventilation, pretty I surroundings and central location is I splendidly adapted to the purpose t intended. Dr. Woolf has had the ' interior thoroughly renovated-- r freshly painted, papered, carpeted s and furnished throughout with neat r' iron bedsteads and new bedding b and furniture; and together with all e the latest and finest appliances for 0 surgical operations and scientific a treatment of diseases by electricity, re compressed air, heat and cold, a baths, etc., make it an institution W that Iberia can justly feel proud of, it and one that should command th...

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. — 4 February 1899

fpartia nd Mr. ~Simo-;c ashn4mn a >weusa irea t1,andit is edr hi eci tin i on lesIs sk 'back days agodis has beoen ~ey na~ve inot t . They have ae modern e_#was s fat as p ;%, te " 'strictly 'a. Ond Mr. Simo inº:`. Washington a - $ ,wn is a great tan, and it is Ieatr.his description roniet iso among his r a -long illness. to the Alexandria sew days ago, dis riaching Washington, tbats he had lost a SrHem tielegraphed e, the conductor .visibgae ohim O of the Sne was found and weo mor. Of course, deserve any credit for still this item may wfho sometimes have S-'about railroad -folks. sag to-the New Orleans can buy your ticket al, sd, and t3, any regulary train up --,Feb. 24th. One t round trip. Chil :.years of age, $2.30. iormation call an ^"e .ct. 'iw negroes discussing since, whether Mardi a sWednesday om ear. ss, of Opelousas, Monday. the -mother of Rev. S-shas been. very ill. ayMrt. M. M. Thibo -ost of his numerous eciarly happyt man was wreathed in joy ,A walked around with San...

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. — 11 February 1899

.qALL KINDS OF NO. SEE OUR L A 'Y LE= AND GET OUR "T 4THE LAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1899. SNEAT SHOE, I J STYLISH SHOE, LEVY FINISHED SHOE, N ELEGANT SHOE, BROS. SCOMFORTABLE SHOE. Lacoste Building, These qualities are all Lafayette, La. possessed by the justly famous Duttenhofer Lady Shoe. A baby's health as well as its looks require the right kind of shoes t and that's why we keep the uni- b versally popular BUDD BABY SHOE. i p 0 n Save Your Copper Cents. They are Good at . HOLT & CARTER'S. t t To show you they are we make the following reductions. Now d is the time to buy; we are giving great reductions to make room t for our spring stock soon to arrive: Gents.' hats worth 75c at 58c; Gents.' hats worth $S at 84c; Gents.' hats worth $.2z5 at 1 $I.o9; Gents.' hats worth $x.5o at $1.27; boys' hats worth 25c at zgc; boys' hats worth 50c at 39c; boys' hats worth 4oc at 33c; 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. — 11 February 1899

policy tik . has or more that this l sake of -. "OUalte r of the late m t. -Had known that T~ the Philip .of conquest, to t only sin is .:,ie . t .for "their ubtful if they teir homes of their coun fiey'were told ical adminis ·wfcre needed to nitarian policy 'Instead of be te'the Cubans from they have been miles away to en bl y.war of conquest. Rf the Americans it es as well as the thbe Filipinos is mur ~ itpd simple, and no -. .misrepresentation and b: the imperialists can tthking else. ttely +the imperialists at n ,do not seem to, care cost in blood and money -They are determined to, _t their infernal :olicv of The initial shedding :American blood will not The slaughter of thous ttves is nothing to them. tiey care so ltng as they tSj bamboozle the masses Wm. McKinley as the president of the century? spectacle is presented. killed. They are ltch cause they are not willing 'tbe blessings of a christian t as bestowed by William -- and the imperialists of - States. Their first les ...

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. — 11 February 1899

.liest Baton Rouge Sugar Planter: r community was shocked last turday morning by the announce '.:eat of the death of I.iet. John . Lobdell, wl.ich sad event -ccurred at his mother's residence In Baton Rouge on Friday evening wt 6 o'clock. Lieut. Lobdell was '.the eldest son of the late James L. Lobdell, a native and lifelong resi dence of this parish. The subject of this brief sketch spent the early years of his life here, where he was deserve dly popular among all classes of people, from the highest to the lowest. When the Delta Rifles military company was organized in this parish in May, 1885, he was at once elected captain, which posi tion he held several yeairs. In 1887, he rem,'ved to southwest Louisiana, where he pursued his vocation as a plart.ter. Upon the outbreak of hostilities with Spain last spring, he enlisted in the Iberia Guards, which company subsequently became a portion of Hood's Immune Regi ment, and in which he was commis sioned a second lieutezapnt. The regiment...

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. — 11 February 1899

l ed to: the Nama ;. c. was per a1sd the little H;a d, was - msic dis .adies of the n ian Andrus e added to the on. Messrs. ner-are esteemed cur neighborhoo ie are quite' pop *readd5 wish themn their new career. cs of Mr. Leonce hbi bride, wno was Miss elcomed them home y:from their wedding 1 upnis ias a worthy af"d his wife is- a favo r swreet disposition among dle of friends ho who wish Slag and happy wedded life. ameble mother of Father died on Sunday morning tt" e age of 84 years and 3 She has resided with her the last three years_ and has siac~ere friends who now - iher death and give their pathy to her son.Father iand. her grand-daughter e Melchior. She was .Tuesday last, a large ipeople being present to vo the loving esteem with I as regarded. Au lgnste F. Lamulle, a native r':iance, died at Bay St. - oR tarx 3z. Mr. Lamulle c er of our fellow towns- C I~-rs' Auguste and Albert a a, ohave the sympathy of e .,n their bereavement. t S Crocmin, formerly of a ais opened a saloo...

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. — 18 February 1899

WED HE AFAYETTE GAZETTE JOB PRINTNNG. EE" OUR SAMPLES AND GET OUR LL - PRICES .. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1899. NUBS "VOLUME VI.-.t w .A HINT T9 FARMERS he :LL..J....... . A here wrec] - , assassssasz -othei blocl We have made arrangements with the Moline Plow throt Company for three carloads of Cultivators, Plows, authi Planters, etc., and can make you happy by selling any this of the above goods at figures to meet the low prices of to Si your products. We are also in the swim in the Hard - uled ware line. Give us a chance to figure with you. o'clc pan) L. LACOOTE. also - who wou vent NEAT SHOE, LE Y trai STYLISH SHOE, LE Y and N ELEGANT SHOE, B agi COMFORTABL E SHOE. Ii..oste Builng peci Lafayette, La. wer( These qualities are all I ftt et-er possessed by the justly famous zer M erc Duttenhofer Lady Shoe. a n A baby's health as well as its looks pell require the right kind of shoes Wh. and that's...

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. — 18 February 1899

r .;A ,Diagley I; 4tenocrat I aa hap - e furnished ator's friends ,save thie sugar ie . Republicans atiy" the treaty, .e Democratic * a, furnished we.are told he did .. industry. De hcatenati'n of .always manages to" sP a the sugar Democratic party; stil, he does so by blican measures. tree all this looks r. When things Sthat it is neces atic senators to publicans for the -~ y ticnlar industry,. -thetpart of wisdom Srss men who can ded upon to vote laws? Judging from eed of the McEnery ,people of this State 'ore consistency if straight-out Republi wald be expected to vote an measures without `frsemselves liable to the apostasy. If the pros ,eI -otry requires Re iation let us be honest c so. Let us elect Re- e  . congress who will a1epublicans and who ".pblican votes. P-at aped; aspirants for leg- ( iu - s .parade the country e , and eulogizing the prin- I ted in those platforms; e sought through the a of the orator to align p once more under the g bd banner of Jefferson and h ...

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. — 18 February 1899

STATE PKRSS. :Items of Interest and What th - Newspapers Have to Say. I" Baton Rouge Advocate: The Vicksburg Convention should not fail to impress upon the people the fact that if we want these enterprises we must turn to and build them with our own money. Twenty years of the time of the South has been frittered away alternately whin ing about hard times and complain ing because-Northern and Eastern capitalists could not be brought to ee the advantages that would result in investing their mon,:y in the South. It is high time for the peo ple of the South to stop such driv eling tommy rot as this and pull off their coats and build their own factories. This habit of sitting down and waiting for somebody else to come and build factories for us has probable cost the South in the thirty-four years since the war closed more than the war ever cost her, and this expensive folly must he abandoned. This is the propa ganda which the leaders of thought in the South should vigorously push-it is t...

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. — 18 February 1899

v.Has: ;ben. ono :t.e . the s ichet, Mrs. RP . :C.tsg of the. poErm whicas The ;follow - Ars. A. . treasgatirerve: -Seiergeant-at , . B. F. J. D. Hun . eir Comeaux. . S.(4 ReadiYoung 6) Paper by was Y -adjourned who exniversal peace -r.m the resc A en A ~ ide. Negative: ~WiouJ. D. Hunter. heir deandision in credit. (2) Recita (3) Essay by ere or(4) at leading nearly (5) Solo by the Paper by the Y BUDGET BROUSSARD I 'T WRITTEN FOR R1A EADERS. `oee who experienced in the Crescent (whoen and where, :reaux they had thecarnival sights of the Soth; ioere, or at least pnearly too cold the carEye, on their rd) were: Mr. t Labedry, Mr. Girouard, Messrs. ~onoras and He him. t Napoleon, Brewau and Hora the sights even 1fw Orleans could is first-class carni pds- and acquaint .eminent and able yaejan, Dr. G. R. .- sorry to. hear of for New Orleans, pn tapointg ,the city, andwe or the war in- t he Soudan S e a f-naked and poorlith ied S woidaones nd arrows, as . thousands po File rushing bravely...

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. — 25 February 1899

-oW7 - 1Y 7x -o -Mu D0 ALL* KJWDS.OF FO ICES; AND .E OURAFAYETTE GAZETTE. OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE PARISH AND TOWN OF LAFAYETTE. VOLUME VI. LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA., .TUR)AY, FEBRUARY 25, 1899. N A HINT TO EMERS. We have made arraigements with the Moline -Plow Company for three carloads of- Cultivrators, Plows, Planters, etc: and can make you 1Ippy by selling any of the above goods at figures to meet the low prices of your yroduct. We are also in the swim in the Hard - ware line.- Give-us a chance to figure with you. '_ ý f L. IACOSTE. NEAT SHOE, ILE STYLISH SHOE, LEVY FINISHED I SHOE, N ELEGANT SHOE, BROS. COMFORTABLE SHOE. acoste ung, Trhese qualities are all Lafayette, La. possessed by the justly famous Duttenhofer Lady Shoe. A baby's health as well as its looks require the right kind of shoes and that's why we keep the uni versally popular BUDD BABY SHOE. Save Your Copper Cents. They are Good at -HOLT & CARTER'S..' 1To show yvo thpy are we matt the following rtcluctions. Now is ...

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. — 25 February 1899

:ca of1 ·~*.. ·' him condition he mothes '` Qte ,this ·gt. itors. Hjuror y.s deo t of Al He as-in h e over bhin Rppre~pri. It· tter ad fail t lei ondrition yahi 31tar, but to5 -the most a7rs of the Pieth ;ra lice. Jury. - denber ' lof the a eo petent and 3ibe work of ret roads, to ex v_ would be asking -. have their own after and they can o1ect their pyrstenal S to o the public enoers fof the Police ertain duties to per S aundertake more, y biting off more =s;a-=chew and the public s auter r just as sure as ii Iafjatters . WeI had Sgoing` to have gtood got to pay for them. l. knows his business, d to do the work. Ching will be done and ill be spent just the . arish must administer p ent of the goverment ent - just as it a 'departments. It his matter just as it r matters. We had at l jirors had taken this pthey made up their t ,a special road tax. regulated government a -departments. In =z t there is a head sthere because he is ee fitted for the duties aiill have to fulfill. In p the...

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. — 25 February 1899

STA.TE PRESS. s of nlater t and What the Newspapers ave to Say. Aes-Democ t: The Louisiana °`'npreme Court s uck a heavy blow _yesterday at bu dozers and other lawless elements ho amuse them selves.by scaring nd driving negro labor from pl tations. These White Caps an marauders have cauised a great lo in Louisiana and other Southern S tes. They have been operating v ry extensively of Slate in Texas, I rticularly in the eastern portion of tlae State, preventing the ne roes from work ing, and actually riving them out Sof the country. nd a ensiderable portion of the overnor's recent message dwelt on this subject and gave the rioters warning that the State of Texas ould not tolerate their lawless acts The 'Louisiana S upreme Court g ve a similar warn ing yesterday to the bulldozers in this State, and le them know that they would be p nished for all acts of violence and amage done by them and would be compelled to pay for whate r injuries they might inflict. T case before the Supreme Cou...

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. — 25 February 1899

' ti* 'who spas ~ cnp aiaed of, .'k' They' say 'WSRS-e. ,''~. Jlxxjr knbw 4at ast ervice 'had Ifqf ting'r n'ý fi e o the..W~hi v'iiSted relatives here =Sdday ay. _ ~' HOP.ATIUS ' birthday should he dly revierenced and of all human festi uot religious. .1 wfas the grandest nnan . liberty and advo jpoiular constitutional self t 'the world ever saw, his never been any other a deputation of the officers victorioius army offered to hima king, he replied: "I at a loss to conceive what -fi=ym conduct could have encoeuragement to an address seems to me big with the Smischiefs that can befall i If I am not deceived of myself, you couldc d a person to wbom 1 es are more disagreea- t It :,successful termination t r independence, Wash- t 'ptlarity was unbounded; a dh ark days of the struggle f ýItie tim of, intense hosti- t ty and slander. A h d by General Conway, a machinations into Con- 'I faZl5d to have him dis- n om the. chief command. q .a man excited the tl sies and enmity. w ords that Wa...

Publication Title: Lafayette Gazette, The
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