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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 May 1885

r V. KBNTZTIU Proprietrss W G. KENTZE L........ EDror SSUED EVERY BATURDAY SUISCRIPTION RATE? Oae oopy. oneyear .... .......... $ 0 Ones opy ix months ...... 00 One copy three months .. 50 a Col. tiEO. .tORMAN, (,ommis saoner from this parish to the World's Expositla., is our duly a5thorisu Ip resentative an4 correspondent. Any favor"tleteoUd4 bhliim by our confreres of the praswrwl! be duly apprs,.ate. OOVIGTON. LA., MAY 23. 1885 Several fine strings of tront have recently been caught in the Bogue ePalia. - Large qnantities of wool have been brought in from the country. during the past two weeks. Two Sixteenth Sections of Pub School land will be sold at auction to-day, at the Courthouse, by Sher iff Oook. Work on the lig bdidge is pro gressing, and the tuneful sound of the big pile-driver re-echoes through the pines. There was a large attendance at the pienic of the Methodist Sunday School tast Saturday, and all pres eant appear to have enjoyed them selved. The funeral of Ilnme: Et...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 May 1885

VOVINGTON. LA., MAY 23, 1885 -- --- 8SUED EVERY SATURDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES O opa , one year.... ........2 0' One copysixonths. .......i... 100 S *oJlpy three mobths........... 50 peee ion of Mm. Margaret Babam. teeth Judicial District Coals for 3 of St. Tam'many--Stats of B virtue of an order of sale from mt hoorable the Eighteenth Judicial ,DnI4iet Court, in and for the Parish of IS Ly7, State, of Louisiana. bear tog date April 1885, and to me di *ed, authoriing the sale of the prop. ty hloe u to said nsccession. I wll "Wemdl to sell at peblic auction, at the lt resideace of the deceased, in the bwt of Madisonville, in the afore urai M 1h and 8tate. on TUESDAY, 4r a dray of May, 1885, between l al re bourn, the followlng described gslpaty, to-wit: REAL ZSraTr. 1. A tract of land in Madisonville, kilav a boat of five acres, more or cmi. en the Tehofunota river, running bWS betweeaparallel lines twenty-three SAmoi or less, bounded north by SSbotAdelan Baham, south by lands eiJaerqes...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 23 May 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -New South Wales produced 35,220. 400 pounds of sugar last year. -Professor Bain says that "the posb session of a spot of land is the most Sowerful of all known motives to in. dustry." -A picture of Abraham Lincoln worth 2,000 has stood boxed up in a dark and dingy corner of the Capitol at Albany for over four years.-Albany -The New York police recently ar ested a professional beggar who. whea "at home," lived luxuriously in ele antly furnished apartments.--. 7. -The mean duration of life in France, which was twenty-nine at the close of the eighteenth century. and thirty-nine from 1817-1831, increased to forty from 1840-1869, thanks to the progress of sanitary seience. -A grand old man said at the bar of the Supreme Court the other day that the life of a gentleman included "not only good manners, but good morals,. courtesy, kindness and honor and high minded principles."-N. 0. Picayune. --Tie State of Arkansas derives $25, 000 per annum from its penitentiary by leasng...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 May 1885

& anmmau farmnr. "The BlesUings of Governmet, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., MAY 30, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 22. _mmam A LOVE SONG TO A WIFE. a the beatiul, love-breathing gloaming And th bteese Is rocking each slumberlng And euai the olusering hawthorn bough fIoveas are breathing their tender rows. Shy lib are drooeing o'er radlat eyes, nd the airs full o delightful siagh. Cheek slow and dimple, and red lips part And, 0 bow fondly heart answers heart! For very ladaess young pulses sing Ab. loves a wildering. witching thing; An exqlsite, tremulous, heaven-born strain, Shat am the soul wlt delicious pain. We have been lovers for forty years; 3 dear cheeks fadel and worn with tears, What an eloquent story of love ye tell! Your roses are dead, yet I love ye welL 0, ple brow shrined in soft silvery hair! Crowned with life's sorrow, and lined with care; Let me read by the light of the ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 May 1885

M: rs. S. V. KENTZiEL, Proprietress W. Gi. K lN' rIE ........ Enrror ('(WIrcrTc. TAĆ½., h1AY30, 1885 The perish assessment rolls are open for the inspection of the pub lic, at the Courthouse. To-morrow, the 31st inst., at 10 o'clock P. m., the doors of the great World's Exposition will be closed. There Is at present, in the cor poration treasury, the sum of $244 00. This is the result of good management. The piles for the new bridge are nearly all driven, and we will soon have a bridge that will be "the pride of the parish." " Two very desirable pieces of property in Covington, the City Hotel and the Bank Place, are for sale or rent. See advertisement. Blackberries, white magnolias, yellow plums, green cucumbers, red beets, blue violets, etc., all re mind us, in glowing colors, that summer has come. Mr. Victor Planche, stage driver, is always on hand when the steam ers arrive, and will ,arry passen gaers wherever they wish to go. See his card. in another column. Sheriff Cook has our ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 May 1885

Urs. S. V-KENTZiL, Proprietress V. (t. KtNTZEL ........ Eorror aill heJ l tI St, T&ny ruis ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY 8UB8SBRPTION BATES Onqoopy, one year .............$t 00 SOne opy si months. ........... 1 00 One copy three months........... 50 C 0oL GEO. MOORMAN, Commis aioner from this parish to the World's Exposition, is our duly authorized rep resentative and eorrespondent. Asy favors extended to him by our confreres of the rms will be duly apprected. COVINGTON. LA.. MAY 30. 1885 ELECTION NOTICE. Whereas it is provided, by an act of the General Assembly of the State of Lauisians, approved March 16, 1870. that an election shall be held on the iArt Monday in June of each year, by the qualifed electors of the town of OOvington, St. Tammany parish. La. for the purpose of electing one Mayor and six Aldermen, to serve as such for the ensuing twelve months thereafter, as the law directs Now, therefore, L, Win. C. Morgan, Clerk of the Eighteenth Judicial District COuat for the Parish o...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 30 May 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -The engineer of the Washinkto, monument says it will stand 100000 years. and children need be in no hurry to climb it-Detroei Free Press. -In British India the large river Sutlej, which has a descent of 12,000 feet in 180 miles, or nearly sixty-seven feet per mile, is said to be the fastest flowing river in the world. -The love of draw-poker passeth all understanding. If a player is a constant winner he is a gambler, and should quit. If he is a steady loser he is a fool, and should play no more. If it is a see-saw arrangement, the players eat up and drink up the profits, and should be in better business.-N. O. Piaceyse -The new paper bottles are said to withstand the action of water, wine and alcohol. It s thought that drug. gists will be able to furnish them free of charge, just as they provide wrapping paper for dry drugs. The cementing material of the bottles is a mixture of blood, albumen, alum and lime.-N. Y San. -There are about a dozen, more of less, breweries...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 6 June 1885

ZL m a.mman farmer. "The Blesuing. of Government, Like the Dews fom Heaven, Should Demoend Alike upon the Rich sad the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JUNE 6, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 23. THE SCENT OF A FLOWER. he scent of thefloweris a wonderful thing! It plays round the heart like the ephyrs of spring; _o .ubtle, so soft, so resistless its power, No monarchy rules like the scent of a fower. Poine odors so blend with past balppier years They m us ike melodies breathil-g througlrh tears; p ther b.ing back the faces and forms that A wralks in the wild woods 'mid sunsets of A rg e exhales from a flower that I (Dear pledge of a lore in the sweet longago,) ehen tastes were more simple, and purer our pleasures. And gifts of fresh blossoms were holiest treasures. One eve, when the dew on the leavesglittered Re pr.N ere the prize with a tender "Good Night;" And my spirit grew faint with ecstatic emot'on. Por I feltoIn that slower lay a life-long de votion. se fl...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 6 June 1885

ct. amanaag 4armer. Mra. S V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ EDorI COVINGTON. LA.. JUNE 6 1885 EQhl mnrzu1 Sti , rsmJnu ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY SUF:SCRIPT!ON RA TE. One copy. one year ....0.......... on One eopy six months ........... 1 0o One copy three months .......... o5 The Returping Officer made his return Thursday evening. -Work is being pushed forward on the big bridge, and it will be completed in about two weeks. In the Hall-Avery plow contest, at the World's Exposition, the Hall plow came out victorious, beating the Avery plow by four points. Faus ron Sar.L-Mr. Erbin Cooper offers his fine farm fe.-sale, for $2000 cash. For further par ticulars see advertisement, or ap. ply at this ofilee. The Leidertafel excarsion, from New Orleans to Mandeville. to morrow, will be largely attended, and a jolly good time is anticipated, says the City Item. Mr. Leon Lamothe and Civil Sheriff Thomas Duffy were among the arrivals on the steamer New Camelia Thursday evening. They ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 6 June 1885

Extra) Notice. Taken up and estrayed before me, the mndersigned Justice of the Peace of the Third Ward, of the Parish of St. Tam any, State of Louisiana, by John Theobald, a resident of said ward, a dartk brown Heifer, white under the Ietlly and in Loth flanks. lintween two and three vears old. Not marked nsr branded. If not elaibled within thirty days from the date hereof, she will be sold to pay costs and charges. R. N. TERELL.. J. P.. 3rd Ward. _ ivbgCeq , La., 3s0, 18ss5. EiV hteeh-Judi Distr.ct Cors forr se ikof *t.U amlny--State of M. F. Poole vs. Riehardson & Walker-.No. 369. By virtue of a writ of Seri faemsa from the honorable the aforelaid court, bearing date May 16th, 1885, and to me directed, I will proceed to sell at public auction, at the door of the courthouse in the town of Covinton, prish of St. Tammany, Lo., on SATUR DAY, the 90th dy of June, 1885, between legal sal= ours, the following described propet, 9o-wit: L Two yoke of Oxen. 2. One front Log Cart. Seized...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 6 June 1885

1 WARIER'8 TIPPCANOE I t-, . - STONIC 5 a a 3oz P O.]L as. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. .. WARER COs. IBcstr, WI.. FOR GENERALDEBILITY, WITHOUT AN EQUAL. "1.00 a. SOTw rin. I. 1. WARER I CO., Rebster, N. Y. es. B. C. ATTLLE. Wateoo,4 . T.. sfered for man eas from severe stomaeh disorder, depre donofspsMJ thm and sleeplessness. bet won rustared to Re6 bysue Trsr~cazoa. The Best Mal-Assimilation.. of Food. 1.o a . O3WWXan. I. I. WARnIER CO., Roeter, I. Y. isv. J.PISS POWEUUOweatee.Ky.cuvedblaco. asslme tlek of food headache ss~dt wrh Warnr'strrsToANOs. The Beat or eseed Pulres Mrs. A. M. Dauphin, of 1939 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia, is well known to the ladies of that city from the great good she has dote by means of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compouud. She writes Mrs. Pankham of a recent interesting case "A yumng married lady came to me suffering with a severe case of Prolapsus and Ulcer ation. She commenced taking the Conm pand and in two months was, ly restored. li proof of this she soo...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 June 1885

*. &mmang farmer. B The Ble~ing of Government, Like the Dews from Hasven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich sad the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JUNE 13, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 24. A COY COQUETTE. Zeekel Moss. leab, me ahb! Don't be crowdin' quite so clue; Luf dat lamp alone, too, please, ash, Else dey's gw~ae to be a fuss. Tbok dat ban' from off my shoulder P'raps ye tink m no count trash; 3Cr night ye sit more bolder yer smart to be so brash. What d'ye praise dat Calllne foah? It dat .al's so mighty dear, Leab dis kitchun! dar s de doah; Courtdat Calline. What do I keor? Course I keer-I-don't be leabin'; But yer nuff to rile a saint! Ain't yer shamed yo'sell for bleabla' Calline's lian'some when she hadn't? Please, now, don't git wuss'n ebber Keep dar now-oh, well, Ifer 'tarmined-kiss me? Nebber! Stop die instep or I'll yell! Well, If on ain't tarned bashful! Pshaw. who'd hab a man wid skeerst Dar, now, don't git ober rashful, Fo' be teek FU b...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 June 1885

%t. amman nanir r.I A number of town bridges have been repaired this week. One column of new advertise mente in the paper to-day. A civil term of the District Court1 will convene in Covrington next Monday. We had a very refreshing and beneficial rain last Monday and Tnesday. Judge Roman, of New Orleans, has rented the Bank Place, in Coy ington, for the summer. Roasting ears have made their appearange in market, and are sell ing at 80 cents per dozen. We learn that a number of our citizens will give an old-fashioned fish-fry on the Tehefuncta next Tuesday. Some of the largest Irish pota toes we have seen this season were raised in the garden of Mr. J. E. Smith, in Covington. There are rive churches in Cov ington-four white and one color ed. There was preaoLing last Sunday in the colored church. That well-known and popular gentleman, Mr. Joe. Ziegler, of No 8 Royal street, and family, are staying at the Gouthier House. A report reaches us, from Man deville, that a new opposition steam...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 June 1885

St. ammauy farmer. Mii. S. V. KIE'NTZEIL, Proprettaese W. G. K ENTZEI......... Enuror l VINGT(I N . TA., June 13 18S8. sJaara o St . t anrn 7aik' M9D--"EVI IY STURI')V SUI SCRIP'IO . 7 . . TES (One opy. one year.... ..........$2 0' Qeeopy six mouths ........... 1 e osaipy three months .......... 50! Fair=m for Seale. 'Tle well-aknown 'EI:RIN COOPER''' " is f otr sale. This farm i,: sitnatedi * Pearl River, near the mouth of the - 1aqe Chito, about fifteen miles from " OrinRgten. Contains 900 acres of land, -4 .portion of which is well timbered; 400 esres ia Cane Pasture. I hirty acres nn der cultivation, in corn, potatoes anl Tie0. There is a fine large new dwell ~ U, three smaller dwellings, stables, -othonses, etc. A good two-horse team sad sVagn, five cows and calves, albout twenty-fve hogs. and all necessary farm aw ia ntensils. Price, $200 cash. For farther particulars, apply at this office Estray Notice. Taken up and estrayed before me, the undersigned Justice of the Peace of ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 13 June 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. --It is reported that there are 2,400 stables of cows in New York, the milk of which is sold in the city, and these cows, from the time they eater the stables until nolonger able togive milk, never see grass. -Anything that weakens ever so little the marriage tie, anything that dese crates that relation, anything that sub stitutes selfishness or passion for the "higher feeling of duty, injures every woman.-Louisvflle Courier-Journal. -A train of cars near Pittston. Pa., the other day struck a two-horse de livery wagon containing only thedriver, who clung to the engine pilot and was saved from injury. The wagon was knocked to splinters, and the harnesses, including both collars, were torn from the horses, but strange to say, neither man nor horses were at all hurt. -Paralysis, colic, gout, rheumatism, kidney disease, blindness and insanity may all come, it seems, from drinking water with lead in it. Under these cir cumstances, a simple test for discover ing the presenc...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 June 1885

Mt. ammang. farmer. "The Blessings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Deoemmd Alike upon the Rich ad the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JUNE 20, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 25. TOO FRESh. Iod a petty Gerua strl I Fresh to the Rhine; I wlahed with al ny heart and soul I asked had she were mito ie. And she said "nilne." I beled my l:ttle German girl soir, so moe. To com along with me some day Abroad to dne. "You'll sure aceept one treat from ms-" And she sd'd nine." I did not urge her then to take That treat of mine: I simply usad: "You're beautiful, All but divine: But if another you should love-" And she said "nine." '., what a cruel. aekle heart Must then be thine; And yet you can not wed but one: Your choice assign; Will you not choose a huaband, dear?" And she said -nine." I grew impatient with that girl Fresh from the Rhine; 1 said: "You think such Jokes as these Are very Sfe, Perhaps you have a husband now." And she said "nine." "0, tel m...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 June 1885

Mrs. S. V. KENTZEL, Proprietress W. G. KENTZEL ........ E. or COVINOTON. LA., June 20, 1885 Watermelons have made their appearace in our market. There is a good demand in Cor ington for fresh fruit and vegeta bles. There is a marked increase in the number of su nmaer visitors, as the season advances. Deputy Sheriff E. R. Doyle fur raished us with the court proceed ings this week, which will be found in another column. The ease of M. F. Poole vs. Rich ardson & Walker has been settled, and there will be no sale to-day, the advertisement being ordered out. A Sixteenth Section, Public School Land, will be sold by Sher iffCook on the 25th of July. See advertisement, for. description and terms. Mr. Ed. Bossier offers a reward of $10 for the recovery of his dun pony, which has been missing since Tuesday, the 9th inst. See adver tisement. Jildge Thompson will proceed to Franklinton, next Monday, to pre side over the June term of the Criminal District Court for the parish of Washington. ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 June 1885

__. &8 . VKLNTZEEL, Proprietress W. G. K NTZE.L ..... ...Dnorr COVINGTON. LA., June 20. 1885 ISsHUD EVERY SATURDAY 8URSBCBPTION Rd TER. Oee copy. one year .............S 00. OUa eopy si months ..........l. 1 00 Oeeepy three months ........... 50 Parm abr Sale. Th weldt-known. ERtBIN COOPER' ais for r le. This hrm is situated I uPearl River, near the mouth of the iqlge ObitLa, about fifteen miles from (OIsmgton. Contajns900 seres of land. .poefea of which is well timbered; 400 awes is Cam. Pasture. Thifty acres on d&lr eultivahon, in core, potatoes and iase. There is a fine large new dwell , three smaller dwellings, stables, Sethouses, ete. A good two-horse team sad sagon, lwe cows and calves, about twektyvWe hogs, and all neoessary farm em aulamila. Price, $000 cash. For hather pairticular, apply at this oace. Esmray Notice. I otakes .p.and estrayed before me, the u Juatie of the Peace of the iSMlrd ewd, of the Parish of St. Tam - many, State of Louisiana, by John heosld, a ...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 20 June 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. -Few towns in England under 20, 034 inhabitants can boastof a daily a.rwspaper. -A Connecticut cow swallowed 200 hair-pins the other day without injury. What became of the young lady is not stated.-l'hiladelphis Call. -Mr. Bonner, of the 1ew York Ledger, who has studied advertising and effect, never uses po'ters or circulars, but confines himself to advertising in the leading papers. -Boston Journal. -Volumes have been written giving diagrams and specifications as to how children should be trained up, and yet as sbn as a man becomes a daddy he throws his judgment overboard, shuts his eves to reason, and lets the squaller rule the roost.-Chicago Ledger. -While Americans have little rever ence for their great men, while in the tumult and excitement of politics they attack them with slander and abuse, they really love them, and the greatness of the'r love shines forth refulgent in the blackness of death.-SeaUlt (W. T.) Post-Intelliiencer. -One of the leading articles whi...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Tammany farmer. — 27 June 1885

"The BlesUings of Government, Like the Dews from Heaven, Should Descend Alike upon the Rich and the Poor." W. G. KENTZEL, Editor. COVINGTON, ST. TAMMANY PARISH, LA., JUNE 27, 1885. VOL. XI.-NO. 26. n3 . . . n gl THE BLUEBIRD'S SONG. 'The bluebird sangs. His trill of bope Comes ringing down yon snowy slope To say: "' heer up; cheer up: 'tis spring. I bear her greeting on my wang." Good-hye to winter, stern and cold; Good-bye to sorrows. new and old; Welcome to hole. and warmth and ebheer, The bluebird s ngs anl s:ring is here. How soon each frost-bound field and wood Will hear his prophecy of Rgood. Now buds ma: se-ell. now san may fow, And happy brooks may; seaward go. A thousand thousand sleeping things Waken when first the blueh:rdl sings, And 'neath the shel:ering turf begin With joy their rainbow-robes to spin. What hear I in this clear refrain? The gladdening sound of April rain, The flow of waves, the hum of bees, The gossipot the woodland trees. I shut my eyes and listen. Lo!...

Publication Title: St. Tammany Farmer
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