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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 5 April 1878

*nrachita Rrgraph. MONROE, LA., APRIL 5, 1878. Go to Morris Boos for bargains in dry goods. The Gross building, just above the Koehler lot, has been demolished. The work on the streets under di rection of Mr. Mooney does him honor. Rev. Thomas B. Lawson, D. D., will deliver his lecture on "Modem CIvili zation andJudaism,"at the synagogue, this evening, at 7j o'clock. Eleven men are in jail awaiting trial before the District Court. Two for accessories of murder; one for murder; four for robbery; one for attempt at rape; one for mayhem, and two for larceny. Rev. Dr. Lawson, having recelved the call to the Pastorate of Grace Church, will remain among us, to the great gratifleation of his numerous friends and admirers. The Doctor will hold services on Sunday next at the usual hour. The new apportionment bill makes Union, Morehouse, Lincoln and West Carroll the twenty-second senatorial district, and entitled to two senators. Ouachita, Richland, Caddwell, Frank lin and Jackson the twenty-...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 5 April 1878

azbtia et it gapp. MONROE, ..,4 PRl; 8, 1878. LX . . To authorise polleejauleaAo s-akeaehs . regulationa t h- 'Iday, ' l .to pdgolltbi$ qpr1ltpe',.th0s e I ter eor m ebne.of :intoe'ting iiquohi . -lquoprs ai l" onSenate So, and toL of t 0'df- niiame on au n ] deeay aa to ýn b ' latitioons u as theymnd , deemi Iper acessolr to the salero bis-r tonrr asact, sha intoxieating oldereds of .son : Suaday, and to 1 semeao, sad thgne on Sunday, Uixed in. their " judgment -...eseary. Viola tdoniotal oidInchees' duly passed and promlote4 according to ihei provis ions of this act, shall be considered misdemieanors, and the, Aiiiaities fixed in said 'r anoe, for vola~lonasthere-, of by indictment or information in any courtofiompetent Jurisdictlon. Co, ;2. .B, B'it enaced, etc.,: That the powers thus :conferred upon police juries shall extend over, and apply to all Incorporated tWpaa.',td vi ages within, the limits of the respective par ishes. sac. 8. :Be it further enacted, et,, That this...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 April 1878

bVOIu II. MONR0rit, h0IISIAN, FRIDAY, APRIL n2, 1878. NUMBE. 81 VOLUME XIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1878. NUMBER 81. THE 'TELEGRAPH: Pmblshed every Priday. A'P MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH,. LA. .. w . ahido ]RM.L2N=9'X]l Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I one copy, one year,.............................. 4,00 1,ne copy, six months,.......................... 2,50 ADVANCH RAT: - onme copy, one year,..............................3,00 * me copy, six months........................... 2,00 T'ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: u. uMR sq'REa. 1 m.2 m.im Elm. 12m. One.........................3 3501$ 6$ s8 811$ 16 Two........................6 501 10I 13 20 25 Three ....................10 00 15] 17 21 35 Four....... ............. 13 0( 201 23 32 45 Fi...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 April 1878

taC hitatltegraph. 4. w. mM UnZU. itn... Oleleal Joarnal e the City oft Raree. Qielal o91 the Parsh of Ouasehita. IONonR, L.A., arPIL 12. 1878. A CAJPA1AIb PRBLUDE. At the Demoratile mass meeting held Wedpoeday to nominate a candi (late for Mayor, great interest was manifested and the attendance was un tisuny large ftr sach ocecasons, the courthouse. being crowded. The real object of the meettin- was somewhat flurried andii a leigthy discussion brought on by the introduction of a set of resolutions by 8. D, McEnery,'Esq., Scopy of which we give in our report. The. poant of dfimereace was, as to whether or pot the Demooratic party had fhithfully ariiled out its pledges. The debate lasted tietrly three hours and was both interesting and instrue tive-at least to a journalist. Our re port, though not pretending to be full, will be found of Interest to the reader, as showlng what may be said pro and con relative to the merits of the men elected to office by the Democrats In 1876 and what...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 April 1878

Oxuacfita teltgraph. MONROE, LA., APRIL 12, 1878. A CITY MEETING WITH A STATE t BEARING. I Report of the Discussion in Wednes day's Democratic Mass Meeting. Mr. 8. D. McEnery said it had been I noised around that there would be an t independent ticket. To this he, as all s good citizens were, was opposed, and r he would offer some resolutions to this v effect : Whereas, the success of the Demo- i cratic party at the recent general election of '76 has been a cause of con gratulation to all the good citizens of the State of Louisiana, and t Whereas, said party has faithfully e kept its pledges in making needed re forms so far as practicable in all de partments of the State Government, and C Whereas the City Government under II Democratic rule has been economi cal and just and the rights of all classes, t; Irrespective of color or party affiliations, have been protected, and in order to carry to successful completion the re demption of the State and City Gov-. ernment from the misrule ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 12 April 1878

xasihita Ulstgraph. MOlto0, LA., APRIL 12, 1878. EN tLAND sIDAD RUIIA. The Forces They Can Bring late the Field in the Event of a War. EsNGLAI4D. The military fortes of Great Britain as now orgaiaed arecomposed of the standing army; the first class army and. militia reserve, the militia, the volun teers, and the second claem army re serve. The regular or standig army, about 182,000 strong, correspondsin or ganisation and duties with that of the smailler regular army in this country. The first class army and militia reserve have no cpunterpert In the Ameriean system. They are composed respec tively of men who have served three years or thereabouts in the regular army and the militia. These men now form part of the civil population, but as soon as Parliament sanctions the royal order, they will be expected to repair to the brigade depots at which they are enrolled. The militia, 85,000 strong, corresponds in some respects to the National Guard of 'New York, but the disclplipe is nearl...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 19 April 1878

VOLUME XIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1878. NUMBER 8 . THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Triday. Al' MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH. LA. <3-. NOW. 3HoCIaaAL.EN3E3S Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. <(;:a. ,.opy, one year,..... .... ........ $4,00 a4 aie alpy, six uouths,................. 2,60 ADVANCE RATES: ilne copy, one year,...... ................3,00 SlIa copy, six months............................2,00 A"ltl'FF OF ADVERTISING RATES. dvoertisementa will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the tirst, and seventy live cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : t . nUKhIas NQq'Rn. 1n.2m. 3m. bifn. 12m. One .......................$350$ 0 8$ 11 $ 15 Tw ........................ 50 10 13 20 25 Three..................... 00 10 5 17 26 35 FIour...................... 13 00 20 23 32 45 Five... . . . 15 00 25 27 40 50 'Ton (, col.)........... 2600 40 50 70 90 Fifteen(...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 19 April 1878

e. W. MeGeAWUo. dlteg.. Ofelal journal of the Pariah oI elit. MONROE, LA., ARPIL 19, 1878. rkilt 93iPlR l LEDGEDI The :question has "arisen, strange to tell, 'whether od not the. Democrats of this '·~i td are pledged to a change of Cogstittutlon. We have heard defiant chq14pges given publicly by Demo raOes to the eflect that no such Issue wamB4er'taised and that the framning of %';hw ;oqosiLtutipiln 'is no part of the Demr' ti creed. We thank and bless our.. stares that' we live and died not a few short months ago, for were we an ingel now, Instead of being alive and 'iSking, we should be in glory with a pledge . resting upon us to re deem Louisiana from Radical misrule and .toPhange the organio law of the State. Living, we see and recognize our folly, and -confess that our Ignor ance has been supreme. We trust that this point will not be disputed. To that, at' n*y rate, we stand pledged, and, we. know of no law, or creed, which i forbids any one from acknow ledging his Ignoranee ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 19 April 1878

Ouachita wlttgraph. 1MONROE, LA., APRIL 19, 1878. For Congress. Hox. W. J. Q. IAKxn is our choice for Representative in the XLVIth Congress and to fill the unexpired term occasioned by the death of Judge Leonard in the XLVth Congress. MANY REPUBLICANS. Magnolias were in bloom on the 12th instant. The Distlet Court will be in session next Monday. Hon. D. A. Breard is entitled to our thanks for a large volume conprising the messages, reports, &ec., submitted to the legislature at its late regular ses sion. The firm of T. C. Standifer & Co., of Trenton, has been dissolved, Mr. Ash ley withdrawing. Col. Standlfer will continue the business, and Mr. Ashley will remain in the house, and take care of the books. So far the season has been unexcep tion bly favorable to farming inter eats. Good stands sufficilent labor and gentle rains Inspire hopes that the yield of all kinds of crops will be more bountiful than any year since the war. In another part-of this paper will be found an a...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 19 April 1878

O., . EnO, LA., APRIL 19, 1878. THE ADVENTURES OF A PICTURE The Governor has received from Mr. A. W. Boyedon, a native of thsi,State, at present located in. San randolo, a communaiptloe pfan s ltresting ch.r acter.,I e't. adr. states that there Is lnathe studioofMr. O D-. o,$onen,ln Shan Frnci sco, paizting which Is be Ilev~d to, hve belonged to a planter ivingotab forIch. It seems that during the etreat of Banks's army, as a- planter's hblue on the lafourche Sr. being sacked by the Federals an atiiie' s made by the Confederates. The picture was hurriedly cut from the frame by the spollators, and owing to the- approach of the enemy was left In' a car on the Opelousas Railroad. .TiereJt was found by the Federal libggagei master, and, to make a long story, short, the picture was obtained by Mr. Robinson, after the war, in Vermont. * It is very much admired, and is con sidered a genuine Winterhalter, sup posed to have been painted In England during' the visit of the above named arti...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 April 1878

VOLUME XIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1878. NUMBER 88. THE TELEGRAPH: Pabahed eer Ip day. .aI .bONROE, OUAOHITA PARISH. LA. 3.. W e. MhioCSEL ilR =B" Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ila copy, one yer r............................ 4,*00 . t.e copy, siz months,......................... 2,50 ADVANOC uTMa: )liee copy, one year .............................. -,00 i*n.e copy, six months......... ..................00o I'ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATE Ldvertilementa will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of apace or les) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertiond.r any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : vu)nam sq'nas. 1 m.2m. nm. 1m.iSm. One ....................... S3 "E I8 11 15 Two ........................ 650 1 1i 25) 25 Three..................... 10 001 15 17 26 35 Four.................... 13 0 01 231 32 45 Five.....................I 1 00 27' 40 50 Ten (% coL).. 26. 2800 40 50 70 90 Fifteen(...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 April 1878

O"achita 3itgt p. O. W. aom ais. siter. ouiqJt J týrish of tOeeits. 4.t; or not Demo o em ra elraSh eaeventioms, or even the State Conventioni,''hall endorse the course of the- efferal Assembly, one thing (d iEA had admftb of io doubt, which is that the Democratic party will be arraigned in the nextcampaign, by:the~ RadtealsW for the short-eomings of its legislantfre. The matter may be arranged, the question pre-termitted, or.ome other settlement made to tide oveediherences of opinion among Dem ocrats, but it is certain that the Repub licans will press It upon the stump and through their newspapers that the Democratic members of the legislature failed to do their duty and to redeem the pledges mahde by their party. It Is well to tblink of this dilemma nos. The journals of the, leglslature are open to the Radicals,: and-the complaints of the people piublished from time to time have no doubt "been carefully 'filed away. ,- i4mbers of the legislature can pot,:expect to avoid -a. d...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 April 1878

Ouarcita getrgtaph. MONROE, LA., APRIL 26, 1878. For Congress. Hoer. W. J. Q. BAKER is our choice for Representative in the XLVIth Congress and to fill the unexpired term occasioned by the death of Judge Leonard in the XLVth Congress. MANY REPUBLICANS. Cottonport is gradually improving. Some enterprising cltizen of that "future city" (vkie, Major B.) is re roofing his residence. Grace Church, T. B. Lawson, D. D., Rector. Services Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Subject: ", The Great Forty Days." Evening at 8 o'clock. Subject: "True Freedom." May haws are getting ripe, and the crop this year will be bountiful. Ladles, get your kettles and furnaces ready, and, gentlemen, prepare to buy sugar; for what would this life be worth without jelly ? The warehouse of the Transfer com pany, at the terminus of the railroad on the bank of the river, has been re moved from the lower to the upper side of the track, a distance of ten feet. The City fire law caused the removal. Only about half-a-dozen wooden h...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 26 April 1878

{ -ILON>9IPLA., AP$IL,a , 1Wt. :0113 335iiO380 PA EER TRIAL.. ,Some of-our contempoteries sesa to cannot be trId aa og pu blip5r or true, and using ;tflhe alinal compia tion and canvass of theiVtes otLetel ana, the foraedddnalfdtd statemept oY tlhe par<y Of o ;, etii' ;l so.: Op4qp3e/ to,_ sM pe--. ,,, his trialt ws w to s l a!m ýllit.hi causei watSiMlteadlet. a trias thfs ath@eld.ta be.. isý A. the contemplation ot,:the sbtitUtlem, no trial. It: Id' l'U4bae to Ad Wrsh trial. ,býlk4 oýa~ se i , Atw , atodby: ;,,. the ladletment was se "far .defeo-, tivethart n valad!' judggaent' would be renderedia'powt~t * * A-thl abclsjt lt ajia aegilbpq by iipt' oQu tgial upop-'tie sam factse beforeeharged against him and the proceeding had will. constitute nd protection.'"-COOLEY, 'd+attiltfatitl IAmitationis," 827. "'Where a judgment .a beIas: .rrest ed or. reversed.for.any defet JaAthe in dictment a new one may .b ptetreud corre~tli tihe error, and tl~e former, cannot be i R TON on...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 May 1878

VOLUME XIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1878. NUMBER 34. THE TELEGRAPH: Published every Priay. A.', M[ONROE, OUACHITA PARISH. LA. C B. WN. Mo *MC3ALZ=N.I I Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Sw, copy, one year,............................ 4,00 04 r e copy, six months, .......................... 2,50 ADVANON RATES: , n1e colpy. one year,............ .......,00 noIe copy, six months............................,00 T'ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : Stunn:R Q'nys. I1.2n. . fim. 12m. One....................... $3-506 $ 8 11 $ 15 Two........................ 6 50 10 1:3 20 25 Three .............. 10 00 15 17 201 35 Four.................... 13 00 2 23 32 45 Five.............. 15 00 25 27 40 50 Ten (i colL.)........... 26100 40 50 70 90 Fifteen(% co...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 May 1878

Oelcal Journal of the Par . MONROE, LA., MAY 8, 1878. One of the digeovles recently made -is tliattitde Dbidoerattp who altai it -the :fo muatot" a inew :cnstiuttion faivor ep thqthp Diemcrati party of t1js QS1te W.e,baie made no such dies ounvery , TheTrcLaeaPAt PStood by-at the birth of the party In Louisiana, and bhas been its supporter anid friend ;eVer since., We should as soon. be gpiltj of fratricIde as of aiding in the overthrow of the Democratic party in -this State. But because we love the ' party -'arid are' striving to have it ad herp to its teachings, we are arraigned as a disorgatnier. Cannot we more consistently charge those who are not following Its teachings with being dis organizers ?' The, policy of the TELE GRAPi has not changed. It is the same friend of the Democratic party It has been since 1865, and we shall never consent tosee that party "split." Party discipline, party regulations and party conventions are cardinal principles in our creed, and -the Democra...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 May 1878

iuachiita azlegraph. SMONROE, LA., MAY 8, 1878. For Congress. HoN.. J. Q. BAKxa is our choice for Representative in the XLVIth Congress and to fill the unexpired term occasioned by the death of Judge Leonard in the XLVth Congress. MANY REPUBLICANS. ADDlRESS OF THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION CLUB. 2b the Voters of Ouaehite tParish : The Democratic Constitutional Con vention Club of Ward 3-organized with the view to secure in Its fullest sense the REFORM emblazoned on our banners, advocated on the hustings and the watchword in the campaign of 1876 -has appointed the undersigned a com mittee to prepare an address to you. The reform that alone can give us permanent peace, open up the resour ces of the State, invite immigration revive our wasted energies, and give security under the law to all alike, is the abrogation of the Constitution of 1868, under which we have been op pressed for ten years of anarchy and misrule. " We detest this Constitution because it is contralizing; because it i...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 3 May 1878

O takhita *.t graph. MONROE, LA., MAY 8, 1a78. "THR SON Or HARD TIERS." With botstsps weary sad worn, With eoekatminnas a red, A m n in unmerohantly style, Besting his achn h - The dollsavs ma s the dlimeb While.,sttll: with a vis that told of the use aanThise Bong of Hard Times." W i' sh wives are making calls; W>_  ,t e d-ar, e going to balls. It's Oh 1 to be " nve Along with the babarous Turk, Where man has never a cent to save, Ilthis be a merchant's work. Break-Break-Break, While over the books I skim; Break-Break-Break, Till in comes pverto grim. Stockse and dollaris an notes Notes and dollars and atoks, Till over the books I fall a sleep And dream of the missing roets. Oh, women with husbands dear, Oh, women with brothers and sons, You ne'er would buy such monstrous bills. If you knew of the awful duam. Los-Loss-Loss, In eounting-house. ofioe and bank ; Deprived at once with lightning speei Of money as well as of rank. But why do I talk of rank? 'ris a being of fanoy'a o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 May 1878

e Owa5c ttaeegnavb. VOLUME XIII. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1878. NUMBER 35. [' HE TELEGRAPH: Publised evory FPrl4ay. 1i' \O.I)NtOE. OUACHITA PARISH, LA. .'. wJ". MoC 'tlLN=ti'2, Editor and ProDrietor. TERMS OF SUBSORIPTION. isv , ciolpy, one year .............................. $4,00 ,*sse copy, six monnuths,.......................... 2,50 ADVANCE RATIS: Ise copy, one year,..............................3,00 nse copy, six months............................2,00 l'tAII'FF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for ally time under one month. For longer periods as follows: N.: Iw InKR sq'nIRs. I mi.n. 3mn. 6i. 12n. One......................... $ Io$ 0$ 8$ 11$ 15 Two....................... & 1 I3 20 25 Three............. 10 00] 15 17 26 35 Four................... 13 00 20 23 32 45 Ten (3 ol.)...... ..... 200 40 50 70 90 ift...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 10 May 1878

"nachitaý ltgrapyb. Q. W. i eaO*rUa.ler. Officlal Journal of the Parish of Ouaehlta. MONBOE LA., 'MAY 10, 1878. LETTERS FPRO THE PEOPLE. OUAORITA PAJarK, May 7, 1878. Etitor Orsaatids thlpruph .* How is it that mutes, on the fence or even on the other side of the fence a few years bak, are now in their opin ion the only Democrats in being? They out crow the original old Demo cratic rooster, and because we can't equal the new recruits in voclterations they call us "splitters," "disorganizers" and even Radicals. Has the old craft broken her moorings and gone to sea before her time? Who is in command? Somebody is going to be disappointed. If we are "splitters," by what new and unsuggested sobriquet are we to desig nate the 'adheslonists ? Can't a coun tryman think over inside of the Demo cratic party the pledges he made in 1876 without becoming now a traitor thereto? Do political morals change so rapidly? Because our legislature fell from grace, must we be mum or shout wiell done? Is...

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