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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 August 1889

AN OILY AUTOCRAT. TNCTIOXS OF A STEAMSHIP'S CHIEF ENGINEER. His Duties Are-Scenes Be w Deck During a Big Steamship's Trip Across the Atlantic. An lateres tnz charactotr is the captain of a great ocean steamer. There is an air of songand story in his presence. The ty tosphere of shipwrecks and desert i *lanih, of fo'ca tl, yarns and Jack Tar adventures, 5iiuns to thi very name of ý ptain in the mindt of most people. h rew he is an autocrat, but to his Passengers he is a hero, with their lives hIn his hiand But there i< another man on board each one of these renat ocean racers who is gnerall overlos,,d, but who in reality rules its destmiiv. This is the engin"cr. ou sw him in his oily overalls with a it of waste in his hanils, going down into that intricate maze of machinery. You took him for a workman. So ho is, but to the builders of the ships and to their owners that hit of waste is indica tive ot higher rank than the gold late of the bridge. Chief Engineer ciearing helongs to t...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 August 1889

?IIRLAFAYmrE ADVERflSERI O??KliL JOURNAL OU L.AFATTY' PRISH. Pcbliished Every Saturday. V1. M. BATLEY, Edit'r and Proprietor. Entered at th" Poat-Office at Lafayette, La. as Second Claae Matter. The cry of the Republicans in the Third Congrersional District, aft'r the I election is over, will be: "'The Min'r ity beg leave to make their report!" ] Although it has been but a couple of weeks since the Siouxs ceded a por tion of their reservation in Dakoia to I the United States, already five rail roads are extending their lines through the newly opened territory. Crop reports from the State at larne continue to be most favorable. While cotton wormz, or caterpillars, have made their appearance in nearly every parish, the farmers do not dread them as much as formerly, operating success fully against them with the green and purple powders. The recent rains while damaging some crops have great Iv benefitted others, and the average will be about the same. Senator Blackburn, (who wished to m...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 August 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADVERTISER aWbscription Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Aug. 17th, 1889. A young lady wishes to obtain a situa Uton as teacher in a family. Apply at this office. You have two more weeks to make up Your mind if you want Burke to photo graph you. .Miss Althea Hay. of Rovville. was vis iting friends in town last Thursday. Miss Cecile Lablt, of Broussardville, and Miss Ella Montgomery were among the lady visitors in town last Wednesday. Miss Rosa Cavard returned home last Monday from i pleasant visit of sonic length to friends in New Iberia. Owing to the rains the pa-turage has been unusually tine of late, and the stock are in good condition. Chas. D. CafTery, Esq., is building a law o ce on Madison street, alongside the oth e of Jos. A. Cihargois, Esq. We noticed Mr. If. 1). Owen with a load of splendid new corn, last Monday, which he was selling without the Shuck at one dollar per barrel. Don't wait until the last day-now is the time. ('loudy weather nak -...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 August 1889

THE TRANSFORMATION. When Love was young, it asked for wings. That it might still be roaming; And away it sped, by fancy led, Through dawn, and noon, and gloaming. Rach daintiness that blooms and blows It wooed in honeyed metre, And when it won the sweetest sweet, It flew iff to a sweeter: When Love was young. When Love was old, it craved for rest, For home, and hearth, and haven; For quiet talks round sheltered walks, And long lawns smoothly shaven. And what Love sought, at last it found, A roof. a porch, a garden. And from a fond unquestioning heart Peace. sympathy, and pardon: l hen Love was old. -Austin Dobson. 1THE RED GULCH STAGE. BY CHARLES M. iiARGER. Clik, click, click, click, went the types as they were thrown into their re- a spectivi boxes by the type setters in the Daily (elliept office. It was early Sun day morning, and they were almost n throuhii with the night's work. One of the compositors, a dark-haired girl, was particularly deft at her task; and the nimbleness of ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 August 1889

AGRICULTURAL. OS OF INTEREST RELATIVE TO FAR3f AND GARDEN. tOu&ES TEETtr. III horses the teeth are forty in number, aiid in mares oununonly thirty-six, be cause the latter seldom have tusks. The teett ate o three kinds-the gatherers or incisors the tusks and the grinders. When the foal is ten to twelve days old, four front teeth appear, two in the upper and two in the under jaw. In a month or SIX weeks after the middle teeth fol low, and the corner teeth about three or four months afterward. These foal-teeth Continue in this state till the horse is from two and a half to three years old, when the first four or centre teeth are shed, and replaced by others, called horse tecth.y"er York DvypftcA. TiE WASH OF hit.i.ILIES. No farmer can afford to permit the rain that falls on his newly-plowed lijiuls to run off in muddy torrents to tih near est river and hear with it the richest part of the soil. As a general iule, our culti vate) fields are more rapidly ex hausted by surfacoi irain...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 17 August 1889

It ass become soepw common nOW- a ast e the word 'limited," in par er the tites o corpor a I do e to my fld sign S inone of e A xlntour exchaflges, may, therefore, be of r' general interest. The old ptintipiil of cotpotlt.10fl created by legislative act was that the entire property of every stock bolder was liable for the whole of the liable for the debts of the firm. This system made every shareholder responsi ble for bad management, of which he might not be guilty, and deterred wealthy men from becoming interested in the shares of corporations. To remove this objection the principlt of limited respon- I sibility was- introduced, and in order to notify the public that only the separate property of the corpotatioe was liable for the debts of the corporation, the English law requires that the word "limited" shall be used in every case by the compa ny in connection with its title. Most American corporations are constituted on the principle of limited liability, and but few, if any, of...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 August 1889

A'I VOL. XyjV. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. 18S9. N I; f'1i 51.E " 77" :7- - - - - ANTI.DY SPEPT IC ELIXIR .9A CEIRTi11-.V )yE. D . -JFOR Al. - iISORDERS of the STOMACI --SUCH AS Sick l lenadace, Itfifg eslion, IN ALL T1EI I l h.iS. i'9Its claims are only fr Disoaeo of ti Stomach, and Ra such this Elixir h6. uh',.a tecP.eived the ms;t l.Itte'iutg t-tim omitiý. For sale by the whole:le dru;g.O.r, n;ti Ne A. L. LAn. GARDE, P.: acom Proprietor and \lala'.tnorer, JE• ANEHETTE, L.i. BOARDING SC'IOOL FOIL YOUNG LADIES, CONDUL'II.)U.BY THlE Sisters of Our.Lady of Mouni Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. pUNCTUAL &It CONSC!ENTIOUTe CA E bestowed on the. pupils in every branlch of Acienee auftable to their sex. Pte day pupils have the same course of InutruCtion qbe boardlers. Tlih-iearnn.n of French ie optional. but the price is the same for one language as for the two. Ploin Sewll*. Fancy Work, Embroidery. -ace, Cruebet and Tapestry ,Work, taught fret of chnrze. Wax Flowers and Fruits, Bper...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 August 1889

THE RUINED CITY. J£ve found me where amid my wasted years I sat and gazed with cold, unheeding sight On fair shafts fallen and scarred with time ,nd tparr Palace and temple prone in pallid blight, -hose gilded peaks once caught the sun's first gleams, When youth and I dwelt in the land of dreams. P [sat within the shattered porch of Fame, Whose glittering pinnacles rose highest there. t Ipon whose shrines hope fed the rainbow r flame. Till hope lay dead beneath the feet of care; Now through the mouldering roof frost, wind and rain Blur it, dark eourts with many a blistering stain. And here fair Friendship had a royal dome: Prid". Pomp and Plea.,ure each a house of And, oh. more sweet than all, I built a Home Wherein my days might ripen and grow Lo, thrugh their hollow chamb-ers wheel and fly The owl and bat with melancholy cry. So on the lifeless ruins of the past, While, like pale l.aves of autumn, on my head The dust of wan decay fell thick and fast, I sat among my dying hopes and...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 August 1889

ODD OCCUPATION. RIDDING PARKS AND CEMETER IES OF PESTS. An Erpert Who Destroys Small Ani mals by Thousands--His Methods and the Results of His Work -A Unique Employment. in these times when the cry goes up on every hand that all callings are over crowded, it setems unlikely that there Should be a man who has a monopoly of a particular occupation, yet Frederick Weguer is Such a person. Ilis business is the trapping of moles and other ,uit-of door enemies to beautiful lawns and gar dens. He was until two years ago cma ployej in Greeinwood (' noetery at his Specialty, but having rid the place of -jests now does work for anty o,.,. whoN is willing to pay for his services. lie has within the last two years been liemployed to clear \Voodlawn Cc(' :cr'y, : ,rt of Central Park,the estate of V illiii:n . t feller, near Tarrytown, anti those of A. H. King and H. L. IIovt, of the Victoria Hotel, at Great Neck. L. I., .and a :ee- ; tery near Troy,of imo!les and other c.lnx iots burrowers, and i...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 August 1889

SRelAFAYEITE~ AUVIERTISER OflEJIIAL JO RNta Of LA¶IbFETT PRI¶. Publshbed Every Saturday. W. 3. B3AILT," 1fiter anl Proprietor. iitered at tb- Post-Offiw at Laafayette, La. as Second Ctuma MIatter. Fon CONGRESS, ANDRIEW PRICE, of LAFOURCHE. - ~~~--------I -Crop reports from the State at large it continue to be most encouraging, not- n withstanding the unfavorable weather e (which we trust has passed away) and p the caterpillars. r The Georgia Legislature has-passed t, a bill making January 19th-Robert 3 E. Lee's birthday-a public holiday a in that state, and the proposition is now agitated that the other Southern States follow this example in perpetu- t sting the honorable fame of one of the greatest and purest of the sons of the South. Thomas A. Edison, the famous American electrician and inventor, is now on a visit to Paris, and is being lionized by the savants of Europe. He is almost as big a man as "Buffalo Bill." King Humbert has conferred upon him the insignia of a Grand Office...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 August 1889

T HIELAFAYEIE ADVERTISER bseriptieo Price, $2.00 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Sftutrday, Aug. 24th, 1889. You have one more week to make up Four mind if you want Burke to photo graph you. A young lady wishes to obtain a situa tion as teacher in a family. Apply at this office. Gouaux's Asthma Remedies will surely bure all Coughs, Croup, Diptheria, etc., It is guaranteed. Mr. L. M. Roger and wife, of Arnaud ville, stopped over here last Sunday on their way to Sour Lake, Texas. Miss Tilly Dittmer, who has been for the past two months on a visit to Mrs. Ed. Steele, in San Antonio. Texas, has returned to Lafayette, and is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. E. Nichol. Mrs. Jules Rousseau and daughter, Miss Julia, of New Orleans, are visiting rela tives in Lafayette, and are the guests of Judge C. Debaillon and familye Mr. Felix Bonvillain, of Terrebonne parish, is visiting his sister Mrs. Dr. J. L. Duhart. Miss Efle Young has returned home from Duson, La.. much to the delight of hermany friends here....

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 August 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADM)mTIS.EI LAFAYETIT LOUISIANA. The President has banished Sunday vi drills in the army. ho vi It is estimated that a rainy day in a city of 200,000 people kills $25,000 worth of trade. T Co-education of white and colored stu al dents is practiced in the law school a li Baltimore. Md- tl Andrew Carnegie, the iron master o, n Pennsylvania, wants rich men to set the example of simple living. "At noatime in the history of the coun. try," asserts the Chicago Sun, "has there been so many new concerns started up." A writer in the Paris Matin indicates that the next Papal Conclave will be compelled by the drift of events to elect as Pope an English or an American Car dinal. An international congress on the im- f portant subject of the housing of the I poor, in both its physical and moral aspects, is to be held in Paris during the great Exhibition. England can only find forty men in her 1 militaryservice who can talk the Russian tongue, while there 5000 Russian officers who c...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 August 1889

AGRIC ULTURAL, TOPICS OP INTEREST RELATIVE STO FARM AND GARDEN. SALT FOR BLACK W'EEfVL. I wi.u state for the information of all interested, says a Texas farmer in the Nesw York Herald, that the common black wee oilcan be kept out of corn after it is gathered, or killed if already in it, by mixing salt through the corn as it is put If the crib and occasionally sprinkling the corn with water to cause the salt to dissolve. 'It is not necessary to dissolve all the salt at the time of cribbing the corn as it will continue to dissolve, ex cept in dry and windy weather, and will do so even in dry weather if it is very warm. Do not throw the water on in quantities, as is the custom of some per "ns in this section. This causes the water and salt to run throuIgh to the bottom in large quantities, resulting in damage to the corn at the bottom, also to the floor ing and foundation of the crib; beside, it may not leave enough salt in the upper portion of the corn. Some years since I noticed here...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 August 1889

'fliE BA4A1hrx; FIG :IT. The statemrn t that cotton nu. pp: l in cotton is not marchantable, and th:t e: it will not h,; r,,cPiv.cI at ,.rniprese, a an(l by foreign huverr., is iemnr usý.,l , %% as an argturmnt to hdetor ctt,,n pil N - iif: *rs roimn perist..n intheir t!,ht, atin-t the lute cmtin', 'lii in ,,, b at true so far a, th iltien .' il i. j.i'e -' men can ilnitilICe in xchali n - andtl b!v'ers to hI.)!d o( t i:~ t thI planters in th, ir in"iO :, but .i t . t c ttotn plan: .'r= hboi tic'm, ( e'. l n i. ,"" chlanr,-s, pr I,, ad htix . ,rill , ito (lOI ' to ti' a . Th . e, :iian '- e .t'i he fored to r.,,"' .t l.A i \.i.:r i in cotton a~ in 'rea ' , the prec>es are Ibon I t .o ,ave '. to press or shut down, an 1 b :y;.. bound to buyv tlton or io i.out i'f tl.," business. (',t"n plant'-r pi, die eottoll to ltnpii: d:nan!, ati i:il: discriminatition agailnt the l',rodIlicer ! exchauni'es, presses and Ib:.ri r will n,,t make the demand alny the , . T1he' time has come, or is ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 August 1889

S fb flrr jt·ivr r it ýyTO 1TJ" ýiJA / fk- El b b ýr.4T ~ A ý '11 - I ý ' , \ 4a 1 .Ax K) ý V '· ·l Flk 'wE VOL.XXIV LA.f sA:;;Dy j·xK2wV~ 3zki, iER52 ELI[Hi "A C L7T'A, Ifl!EDYi-Li -FUR ALL DISORDEIS of the STO1MACIH, --SUCIR a.3-. ..1Sick lHedache, Isaui:ý eFl ion, "lad, lay:-pepsiac IN ALL THIEIM ii:Mj. 1L . clkirna are orily f.or Dnis'rc i.; this Stomich and asuIChI this Elixir htitAst~lI teceivtd tb " nost I1 itterin'.! iortiflPri :1, For salt by Lhe wbhoiosaer dýug i ,s uf New * Orleans. A. L. LA ,ATRDI'. Pharmc:i e st, l'iopri. bor and Mau :'ii' lr" JEANERýL1WTE, Li.. BOARDIWN SCIHOOL YOUNG LADI ES, CONDUCI TETI iY 'Iii ii Sisters of Out L1dy Ole Atis;A Cnrfllei, LAFAYETTE, LA. PUNCTUAL AN). c:(OSz'*N" \TE T P bestowed ain ' pi (' iil rt y 'rje;L, ci ecienco ruitJ~rll: to Lic it -x.T 'le .e} p'tp: b·v ' t ie r.ime cour. u f Instruction tip, hotirii II.~ TP r price L tkile FamlLe for oix.' i:' x a;!. r us fur in: tao. to~c o.`r:Y I'tsln Cii· irrP . r ir'n a; l a x Ix r p t'"il...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 August 1889

THE LAFAYETTE ADYERTISED LAFAYETTE, LOUISIANA. California has 187,500 homesteads of 160 acres each that have not been applied for. Tbh United States occupies one-third of the entire space devoted to machinery at the Paris Exposition. It is estimated that the Protestant churches of the United States contribute annually $11,250,000 to foreign missions. Standard oil and electric lights have combined to make Cleveland, Ohio, the richest city of its population in the world. According to the officials of the United States 3Mint there are 100,000,000 of the old-fashioned copper cents still out but not in circulation. It has been decided that we are to pay high for our sugar this year, but we are likely, says the Courier-Jrwn,al, to get i our biscuits cheap. The Legisla souri at its recent session passed hich prohibits the marriage of ins, and declares such marriages absolutely void. The Government printing office at Washington has not yet been able to turn out in book form all the statisti...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 August 1889

xA MILITARY DUDE. ,WRE fHERR LIEUTENANT OF THE GERM3AN ARMY. Intelligent and Manly, With Care fally Trimmed Mo.stache, Ho is a Social Lion--His Daily Life. The German LieureiaMIt is the German dude. He has few characteristics, how ever, in common wi:h the American dude. .e is intelligent d ni manl'. He wears mo ultra-fashionable attire, and talks no oltra-foreign jarogon, lie has no yellow top coats, nor wide trousers,nor pot lhats, or patent leather shoes. nor big-headed S.ne. But there is a red stripe on each of his trousers legs, a big imperial eagle oln his heic.mt, red straps on his heavy ,ste, spurs on his boots and at his sidu a sword in a massive scabbard, which strikes the pavement at every .tep. lie often wears a monocle, and always a moustache. A Lieutenant's moustache is probably ,the most carefully trained bit of whiskers in the world. Its proper development Eievolves more labor than the combined moustaches of any three dudes in the 'hole United States. Three times ever...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 August 1889

THE LAFAYErEE ADVERTISER Q8FWhIl JOURNAL 07 L'FAY TTY ? R1 H. Published Evcry S.turds.. V?. 3. 3IL 1Yi F iib:r auJ I'roprir'ir. Wntere' at the I' Po#-O.:' st Li! infuystt. In FortS'O·I(1' :tl: A1DR\ ;\V `J i1ICE, OF 1 FOUP.V'liE. The crop repors from tb1c Mtte at large show but little change from the former good reports. The cottol worms have developed a little more vigorously than was eX. c:ed1, but not enough to th-ow . damper on tSa cheerful prospect. We are glad to know that Texas also rejoices in an equally favorable crop prospect. Affairs have at last ass.umed como thing like definite shape in I!ac~i. HIippolyte assumed the office of Pro visional President on the 23rd ins-t. Legitime and a number of his princi pal followers flLthe i.la:.u on a French corvejc, are now refugees in Cuba. j Jake ilrmin arrived at Purvis, Miss., onf the 25th inst., and was ad mitted to bail in tSe sum of $2,000 for his appearance it the next term of the circuit court. Kilrain immedi ately returned ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 August 1889

TH LAFAYEiTTE ADVERTISER Smi-lPtlom Price, $2.03 a Year. LAFAYETTE, LA., Saturday, Aug. 31st, 1889, Mr. Chas. D. Caffery's new law otffice is about finished, and lhe will move into itnett week. "Will you walk into my parlor," etc. Gouaux's Asthma Remedies will surc!v cure all Coughs. Croup, Diptheria, etc.. it is guaranteed. The Mount Carmel school for little boys, sitaated on the Convent grounds,. at Lafayette, will b ryin its reoular Fall session next Monday. Septcmlbe-r 2nd. "Mr. Numa Broussard, whose shop i located at the upper end of Lafavett, street, is a first-class cabinet, door, sash and blind maker. is work is hard to beat. We are indebted to a 'fair inforni'r' for much of our society news, for which we are very thankful. It is to the h i.ri"s that we must look for pleasant it-e'n i' interest in this line. We would be g::ad to have their constant asi:is:trce. "Tug." says when ote express a~cent at Carencro received his "reculation rap" he smole a smile, and hcet kted ,::ck...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 31 August 1889

/gMYOND THE MYSTIC RIVER Beyond the mystic river Are paths that lead topeace, To the masions of the raasom'd Where trife and turmoil cease. Beyond the murky watrs Of Charon's mllew stream I catch the sheen of Jasper Through a star-illumined dream. Beyond the mystic river Are paths that lead to joy; Where the tree of life is blooming No worldly griefs annoy. Beyond the storms and shadows That gloom our life below There is a land all radiant Where living waters flow. Beyond the mystic river Are paths that lead to light, Where the glowing sea of crystal Breaks on the ravished sight. 2No sunlight gilds the city, Nor argent moonbeamsplay; God's presence is the glory That pales the orb of day. Beyond the mystic rlver Are paths that lead to love Where streets of golden splendor Illume the world above. There sits enthroned the Father, Amid the seraph throng, That cast their crowns before Him, And glorify with song. Beyond the mystic river I hear the harps afar And through the crimson suns S...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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