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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 September 1881

w, ^r'c AA Pble ornoial Journal of the City and. Parim.. .. AN'.A'RIOEMOK1, Iditor. ý O ,oIAAl T.D , EP .B VOL. 3/ BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, TUESDAY, SEPT"E - 1-:,18l Ju m ~ m n m m n l l m m u m n m un n n u ~ r m m m ,  ... . ..I . a . m n . . .. . . . . .[JL _I . .. .. . [ I il I l I N  / I l :.. ... -- .. . . . .. ' : i   , c.. Ill.D. Anoin7t1Y A INw. Will .,. ttllld promptly I, all buun'lc Intrlliulitlj toD Jlou. (IfJfli4 (O1 UOviltd aLt: ot, bltlwol|l 'T) irjd and i;htlrclh struth, linton lotaul , La. SW. I'O)I'E, Arroli:Yv l.r LAW Mdll /'. Notary t'ublin, Port At .', WV$.t lt4ltoln i;ot~e., I.. poc.lal atttnutil ;lunim ng to th'e tol. 4 Liul (t ' ccoteOII4it., taking tetwlimony iude' Irm. .Li4IonI, lind to il othlar min tlltr! , rn ulilruti tlll .*tLtIlon o( nu A ttrmir; or Nota v In tilt' pa lih I' WeLt ltalen IlOatlg. iilt , v,'iI rlitiHi) . I. I l.! I'1 HI CI1, Antt .,.vv 1 andJ Cuonen'tlor at Iaiw. Ifttllrc . No. ;, Pike+'i Itow, lataon Jgeao n , i.+. Will prac...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 September 1881

BATON OI EGISPT. i; ,W.e tarep mI in't l ai j detkBein d to to hase C oSrf the ~ dihan.readi s4 Company , which: tuwptl tthereby be seen t ti4 aovnment is a serious one hae den;btaker in band by gentlemien 'wel. known. for their publi. spirit and determinoatio to carry to ea oess any enterprisein which they en -arkL Behind those are others whio sitand it readiness to give suabstari lalt support th the great undertaking so soon as the right of way, Fran thiMe and subscripitions will have bet n obtained to an extent sufficient to warrant.the company in oommeoc ing operations. The residents of the seotions to be trave.sed have it, therefore, in their own hands to bring about an earls aeeomplishmentaof the grand aprjecet. We have no hesitation in declaring that the proposed ,line will be the most remunoerative that could be eas tablished in the State. Starting at a point on the Sabine, 200 miles above its month, it will in tersect the Morgan road, at Opelousas, the N. 0. Pacifio at R...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. ~ v .sdaý'5 dithin. a d's GlgEP Tenio Regulates the i ýwels. The Iberville Bouth says that Capt Braie le ie tred ten Cents per poond for every pound ofjute he ships to New Orleasn hieb eompares with the sam plea slredy forwarded. ^ President Garfield has had another set baok. lii luonge have beioie stffeoted by an uleeration whiob indicates that blood poipQning haa, oade most alarm ing, roeds throughout his frame. He cannot stand many more complications of the kind. The labor strike Ia New Orleans is se riously impeding the transportation of cotton from this point. The Lee passed down on Monday, yesterday, morning, but not having a sufficient crew to do the loading, had to rafuse nearly five handred bales which were lying upon i the levee. I We were pleased to see our old friend I John Rooth, whom everybodyk ,e s in.Baton.Rouge, as a, rse-lass elever man. Join has beea !t;lno in New Orleans for several years, but sems to have a hankering to return to the prom kiing Ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 13 September 1881

sst the mptd ; Danesaute, in Doldso'ri le, ' t lh 6th, and see if it does, not o you that it wa as a enjoyable athe grand supper, in the Crescent City, for the 'Press," though I do heartily wish thatteach had been on diffetent evenings, that icould have been pres ent at both. B tas you know that, I will not dwelfon the subject longer, but proceed to relate my visit in Mfll. As I bad; you farewell, and the ears moved oi, I breathed one regret taleigb, "for the sapper and the prom ised visit to Spanish Fort," then look ed around at the new depot with an observing eye, and concluded that if we B. R.'s did have a railtoad, and felt dreadfully grand accordingly, that Donaldsonville was on the progres sive road also. Now, the ybnng la dies and gentlemen, up here, will be wild with envy, when they hear that n committee of Terpsichoreýna were at the depot, to meetres, with a nom ber of elegant carriages (as they were bxpectlug quite a large party from e Baton Rouge, and were very much disap...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 September 1881

f . : . . _L .. . . . Yt: Q r , / u L ' ii 4i 4; .e FI {I F.,p VOL.3.BATON ,ROUGE. LOUIS VOL. . 1 3*,0~~EZ ATTORNEYS. . C C. BIRD. AnIoar MAT Law. Will a. attend promptl to all business intruted to him. Ofito on onventio street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La C W. POPE, AToenaTr AT LAW and . Not ubli, Port Allen, West Baton LRoue, Spedsal attention a r ven to the c(-l of a t, taking tetmon under 0n mission, and to all other matters requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. apr4 vn3 i HO B. DUPREE Arronsr Z sad Counselor at Law, ffice--No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Ro ue, La. Will practice in the State and federd-Courts. SERRON & H~AL3E, Anoarsx sand CoUMs1LOt AT Law. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rou e, La. Will attend to all law bast. seas etrusted to them in this and ad oinong parishes. L. . A. . ierron..... ..............L.D. Bese. IFAVROT & LAMON. AbTiE. S nsra AT LAW. Office on Nor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 September 1881

RTN ,OKseRPT 1Q m a;sý,uý.vraryy i'vmý aýº:ý e.. ýýr :A f r'M :.· F +A'pbY·11f' ý/ý;;ý:~ Yi 1bvob ye to' + layst.day, th, - faoe to e oltoan ,e l did o b 1s, after sesa g sob ap 4o tb - 4.ulable hale d ver u pW*º tbker-o ,,~tdoahs of the AUeio* ra. tCoi int a os in arms, in lutfter 4:erp tion, tp o at least strike terter tt dthe hearts of the political para osas apd irobbers, whom the Grant iBtial ltepublidanE had aplidlu,1 -_ewer -over a -State of the Union, whose only orime was that it had r9ught to maintain the rights whith iWa people believed they $ossessed under the Constitution framed by the edluticonists of 1776. New Otleans and Louisiana had "thing more to lose in September 1874, The Governments, State, pa rochial and municipal, were is bank raptey, and private tortunes with an exception here and there, were In pretty much the same condition. Law existed but in name, and the istraoted people saw no relief before -them save by overturning the rule of the usurper, else to e...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS, dunedal's Wditin Useed' Gilt Edge Tonie GsOT ppi See notice in another column "Collec tor Wanted." The best strengthener of mind and body is Brown's Iron Bitters. It is very soothing in its effect. We were pleased to see here, Rev. Dr. H. N. Strang, formerly the able and elo quent episcopal minister. His very many friends were happy to extend him hearty greetings. We regret to learn of the death of Marie Louise, the infant daughter of our valued friend, Oscar Arbour, which occurred this morning. We tender him and the unhappy mother our deep sym pathy. Mrs. Mary Martin, of Harrisbnrg, Pa., says: "I sultered severely from a com plication of female diseases ; that sense of bearing-down seemed as if it would kill me; my habits were very irregular ,nothing seemed to benefit me until I tried Brown's Iron Bitters. They acted like a charm, and now I enjoy perfict health. MASONc.--At the lodge of instruction the following State officers were present on yesterday: . M:. W:. Gra...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 15 September 1881

SAINT DOLLY. At an early age, St. Dolly 6bw the sweetness of heratsre b Ib i tinder love of her widowed . ctter, t " baker d welling at Pie Corne with a large fatlily of little blldren. It chaaeed that, with, bad harvests, ' bread became esP )r that, of eonrseL bakers were rained by high prices. The Wilier foil upon Doily's father, and swept the shop with his golden t. thaumb, Not a bed was left for the baker or his little ones. St. Dolly Sslept upon a flour-sack, having pray ed that good' angele would help her to hel l her father. ' Now, sleeping, S she dreamted that the oven was light >. ed, and she felt, falling in a shower about her raisins, currants, almonds, 'lempon-peel, flour, with heavy drops et brandy. Then in her dream, she saw the fairies gather up the things that fell, and knead them into a cake. i` They put the cake into the oven, and dancing round, the dairies van ished, crying "Draw thecake,Doly 1 Dolly, draw the cake!" And Dolly i awoke and drew the cake, and be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 September 1881

$ t,, I·. _ _ _ _ _ _ _~8~ W. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ : A. !~.SU3UR Pubi-~w omcia rouiav ort 1. ·"·; ' .~·~ "o~ ~L~ , . ..... JU TOU.Ira. BATrON ROUGE, LOIJISIAN4 SA +3 ,I v II ATTORBNYS. ' C. BIRD AroMraT AT LAw. Will . attend promptly to all beaieaes intrusted to him. Ofice on Conventioe street, between Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge. La.  W. POPE, ATrounar AT LAW and G. Notery Publo, Pert Allen, West Baton ace, Special attention ivea to the "d. licn of ae.nta; taking estimony under com mission, san to a,] other matters requirng the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of VWest Bato Rouge. ap- t vsn13 raHOS. B. DUPR.EICEI A-r TO-KN I and Counselor at Law. Oftce--No. 6. Pike's Row, Baton Rooge, La. Will practice in the State uad Federa Courts. H"TBR"ON & B£CA LE, andCowmslson s AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the pot office, esan entrusted tothem in this and adjoling parishes. L. . Beale. A.8. Herron............ L. Bee. AVRYOT & LAMON. Arros. F rse AT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 September 1881

A. . J.. .P , *,*@*@9** i* AA, . . " BATON IOUGL ffPT. 1i, t8L: Was3 rtelwaNUNT or enUN.: qul all Seven years ago, yesterday, the people of New Orleans, after sevena long years o(hamiliating wubmlssion h to the most +ompable rule ever im posed on any portion of the Ameri asn Continent, rose in arms, in utter A :desperation, to at least strike terror Into the hearts of the political parsa rltes and robbers, whom the Grant vat tadiiaes Republicans had upheld in too power over a State pf the Union, Ma whose only crime was that it had the nouaght to maintain the rights which Orl her people belieted they possessed under the Constitution framed by the -revolutionists of 1776. New Orleans and Louisiana had of nothing more to lose in September lin 1874; The Governments, State, pa- api rochial and municipal, were in bank- del ruptcy, and private tortunes with an hie exception here and there, were In Mi pretty much the same condition. law existed but in name, and the "ti distracted people saw...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 September 1881

SAIE? DOLLT. A an s arly age, St. Dolly *Iowe ': e sweetnes of her nature by her teidor lore of her widowed fhthet, ' biker dwelling at Pie Corner, with a lakge family of little children. It deinced that, with bad hbarvest, bread became so dear that, of coarse, bakers were ruined by high prices. The miller fell upon Dolly's father, sad swept the shop with his golden thumb. Not a bed was left for the baker or his little ones. St. Dolly adept upon a flour-sack,,having pray- m ed that good angels wonld help her t to help her father. Now, sleeping, 9 she dreamed that the oven was light Md, and she, helt, falling in a shower , about her raisins, currants, almonds, e lemon-peel, flour, with heavy drops tl of brandy. Then in her dream, she saw the fairies gather up the things a that fi-ll, and knead them into a cake. tl They put the, cake into the oven, a and dancing round, the fairies van- i, lshed, crying " Draw the cake, Dolly I a 1)olly, draw the cake!l" And Dolly awukte and drew the c...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 September 1881

y ar . « 1i.i g., e eilops one hn It- - a k Ipn n s by gethSet I 011 .)ord their ti palf i 'sll i srt` is ?enaaySep tiseila wite they em- by 4 3e tits s a a O 'hothrrswh e fa t e(this4 s $'give 4Mbtiat ge .**support to the great oaudertaklt g ,isoon as the right of ay, s- t liesa and subseriptions will have olA @'lbih .to an extnt -enililegt toBarrana the company in eomtmeno Ugoperabtious.. Thi residents of the sectioes to be raveed have it,:threfore,' In their own bands to bring- about an early' aconiplishment of the grand project., We have no hesitation in declaring er t Bat~the proposed line will be the of pot r.emr perative that ould, be ea- in tablished in the State. Starting at a point on the Sabine, pI 200 miles above its mouth, it will in- d tersect the Morgan Poad, at Opelouosa, th the N. .0. Pacific at Rosedale and M Batop Rouge, crossidng the river at tine tatter point, thence traverse the ub Chicago, St. Lbous and N. O, Railway t at orbear Ponchatoula, the Meridian t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 September 1881

p ies already forwarded baltk ,HIS longs bave beeeme hffeted blood polsosinag hs made most alarm ng inroads throughout his frame. He annse stand many more complie-tios of the kind. The labor strike in New Orleans is se rioWtly impeding the transportation o cotton from this,oint. The Lee pas.m-s down on Monday, yesterday, morning, but nthaving a suaiieent crew to do ti jbading, had to refuse nearly flve hundred bales which were lyig uapon the levee. We were pleseing to e our old friend John Rootm, whom everybody knows in Baton Rouge, as a erela, molevern man. John aes been living in New Orleans for several years, but seems to have a hankering to returnew tohe prom ising Capital City. We'll be glad to see him ome back. ying Mr C. W. Chathembers, the skillfulevee. Blacksmith, and Wheelwright has has eard f-. this day's CAPITOLTAra, from which it can be seen that he is thorough ly prepared to attend to oevery variety of work in his line, at his well appointed ashop on Eft. Prancis str...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 September 1881

morning the tieket 'office in the t1il No do Alclia whutlrdugbd with persond of-ig all %eames buying seats for the ball ofthi fighit of this afternoon, The Plans de lug, i Tore, or bull ring, is about a mile from sand th' city. Istl a large amphitheatre of ties granite and .brick,, capable of holding Ports 1_,000 persons its proportions are ex- phys sellent,, and it is remarkably built. In drews the Centre is the hard, sanded arena, wanl around which run two board, fences ten wain feet apart. the second being a little chini higher than the first. Back of these is blael the first tier of spectatorw, consisting of tronu thirteen rows of seats on the solid stone, caps and six rows of wooden benches above hide them. The second tier, containing the leads most desirable place, is entirely cut up him, into boxes. A box can be obtained for himn about four dollars; a good seat in the with shade for about forty cents; while aseat hurl, in the glare of the sunlight can be bought man for less t...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Statsdaj's 1ditin. W~se Gilt Edge Toni. eures Dyspepspi. See notice in another column "Colle Oer Wanted." The beat strengthener of mind and boly is Brown's Iron Bitters. It is very soothing in its effeet. We were pleased to see here, Rev. Dr. H. N. Strong, formerly the able and elo quent Episcopal minister. His very many friends were happy to extend him hearty greetings. We regret to learn of the death of Marie Loaise, the infant daugbter of eur valued friend, Oscar Arbour, which eecurred this morning. We tender him and the unhappy mother our deep sym pathy. Mrs. Mary Martin, of Harrisburg, Pa., says: "I sufntfered s.verely from a com pllatioen of female diseases; that sense of bearing-down seemed as if it would kill me; my habits were very irregular nothing seemed to benefit me until I tried Brown's Iron Bitters. They acted like a charm, and now I enjoy perfect health. MAsonic.-At the lodge of inetrnction the-following State officers were present en yesterday: M:. W:...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 17 September 1881

'ssen itoeo L, fiaber tgsb lit Eaozra OArnotzMr.-1 O~- slrt thee teltatts o of eondag y *'b. aeoaunt of the Terpsohoreatani's Daasaite, in Doealdsovillt, of 6th, and lee if It ds not Ionvine Pal you that it was as enjoyable athe p1 grand sapper, in the Creseeat City, for the "Press," though I do heartlily wish that each had been on different 'e evenings, that I could have booeen prs do ant at both. Opt"s you know that, I will not dwell o; the snb ect longer, tu but proceed to rlate my visit in ftll. ite As I bade you farewell, and the Its cars moved on, I breathed one regret- the fal aigh, "for the supper and the pro.. 11 lied visit to Spanish Fort," then look ed around at the now depot with an observing eye, and concluded that if a we B. lt,'s did have a railroad, and t felt dreadfully grand accordingly, that f Donaldsonville was on the progres sive road also. Now, the young Is-la. dieM and gentlemen, up here, will be m wild with envy, when they hear: that a committee of T'erpaleho...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 September 1881

Lee I I a" . tý - >i 3 II.A.TLemMSICI.UdPlltW. I O~i0i&S1 1 cfim!l41E.C~ ·a VOL.38. BA?' N RO . WUJ$W L1, ATTORNEYS. C U BIR1 ATreoait AT .LAW. WI O atte-od promp to atl banp nlatruated to hiv. Otfloee on weetoa betwee Third sad bChurch treets, taeo Ilou e, a. C. r. POP , Airomar AT LAW Id Noar Pubtle, Port. Allen, West Bdoo Beane, LU. - 8p#4sMute hon toWo tt al leciick olfg ta rt y ender Bon,* misson, and to an1ot1 matters rquirin attention of A Attbty orNot the of Weat Bato. 1PHOS. M 1 and UUIanWa stLaw. . o.ik Bow, Bao 3id L. W practice Itt State anad V Orta. uHILRON BEAL HcAngrNtuaad At 544 oa robBandAssW on North Edtde~W laý ý Mentruonstd to them lin this and adolain as .. .............L D. Beale. F- ~v--) So LAMO N. Arr J11TS AT LAW. (ISOe in North IUiotile, shrohi, liwton Ruge, La. Will attend toa 1: w kialans entrated to them ina this aqd (niou.i.arlshes. i 1 NF Yn. rn J. O. 91t. W&. lr M. ROBERTSO , FA. Attarmny and t3ausbelors .ttl on frth IulevarUad street, Bat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 September 1881

tirr t f p o W. A. LeSW313 **.....?..U** BATON ROUGE, SEPT. 20, t881. Late dispatches indicate that the gro who assasseeinated Gen. Tooker is Miseslssippi, last week, has been lynched. Thirteen female physicians are pra licing in Clayton, Iowa, and at a recent -fire there were >Pt well men enough in town to ran the e Ine out. Mrs. Susan May Bonaparte, widowo tOhW late Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, died at her residence in Baltimore, Sat omray morning, of paralysis, with whit she was stricken about two months ago. Navigation below Aleandria is a most asiad as it is above that point The Marksville Bulletin in speaking of a trip of the steamer Alexandria, esy boats are literally dragged along the sand bars. r - A oelebrated lawyer once said that the three most troublesome cliente he eves had were a young lady who wanted be married, a married woman who want e4d a divorce, and an old maid whodidn't know what she wanted. An exchange says: A man lives in thiý vicinity who states that he fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 September 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Suusda 's (dition. Reed's Gilt Edge Touno cares Dam Agoe. Exhausted and eofeebled constituation suabring from dyspepsia, nervousa and general weakneses cured by Brown' Iron Bitters. The rear portion of the city, by the construction of the projected street railwayc will soon fill ap with the new residences that are so absolutely needed by the strangers who are coming eve day and whose numbers will be aug seotoed when the transfer of the 8t. Government has taken place. Now's the time for action. Our young friend, Joseph Gebelin, hae been awarded the contract to carry the mails between this city and Bayou Sara, I by the Postoflee Department. No man eould have been selected who will more hithfally folfill his contract than Mr. Gebelin, who is fully responsible and highly qualified to conduct whateve business transaction may be eutrnsted I to him. He is universally popular here. .1 We were made happy yesterday, by receiving a call from our staunch friend Mr. AlceeAllain, n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 20 September 1881

.Pregence of mind and fortit virtue were nater more atrkI displayed than in the follow iaA stance, which occurred where t Sierra Morena rears its head abov the dark rolling clouds; and wher also nature, in her rudest form, di plays to the weary traveler a wid and dreary prospect of barren wilds disparted rooks, falling torrents, gloomy forests of pines, openin chasms, and all the dark variety that makes nature terible, witho* a sin gle gleanm of sunshine to scatter, a it were, the hope of heaven over th Sgulf of despair. On this spot, far above the haunts of civilized men, where the wild winds whistle and the temprnsts roar, stand the chateau fCuaunt de Rondeville, where the narrow path leads the traveler round the mountain summit, and where th long-practiced mule carries its bur den in security, though the deviation of an inch would precipitate beast and rider over a precipice three hun dred feet high. On this spot, perch ed like an eagle's nest, is the seat o hospitality to be fou...

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