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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 24 January 1891

AGRICULTURAL. TOPICS OF IN1EREST RELATIVE TO FARMf AND.GARDENi. TOICs FOR POULTRY. The best tonic is exercise. There is no' mnore necessity for tonics to healthy hens 'than to pigs, horses or cows. All tonics .ale more or less injurious if they are not urgently required, and to continually compel the hens to partake of substances that they would voluntarily reject is to compel them to do that which is of no benefit to the owner, and which, to a certain exteur, is expensive.-Farm and Fireside. WINTERING HORSES CHEAPLY. It is the custom of farmers in some places to take horses for winter keep at a very low rate, sometimes not more than $1 a week, and relying on the manure made by working up unsalable fodder for the profit. A little better feed is, how ever, better for horse owner and the farmer who feeds him. It should be compensated either by increased price of board or by liberty to put the horse at work one or two days in the week. To ward spring, especially, work and extra grain f...

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 January 1891

-iwor in beboxes 0 'oget this & I set my trap. otaining a' 320 4a country town roaýýroiminent stove' eletter failed to mnptly, and I felt & a~t last. ;Intil the dinner leaving the office se with me, and I might I failed to of 'uneasiness in his rperfeetlyimmobile. , e into the office of Sand submitted to a but no trace of the piece was found on as dumfounded is draw Rd appeared to be very r whether I was right the tmee, the petty rob to a sudden stop. No t were heard for a a he- y began again. This bakd I would not fail, so t on my man. when I was about to give 4f dspair, I noticed the tiup an envelope and to tse for. When he had ;up the mscraps of paper, Or; job managed to piece Slope' had been-addressed Sa aboutto walk .way, th next morning be alerk came to work and behnd a letter rackh b v .but, in such a "' t ould se the fellow's agiw him take several aenvelopes from t overto the smp the stanips. Dur' zornisg I saw the inid of asimany e entvglope. Then susicins were; cor...

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. — 21 February 1891

y" 4 e x ýrt,, r t ý dS'ý ý s N 4 x, a n wý a a a ~ d -ý ýa ti > .> ' VOL. A ET T 24.· a II rr r ~ liQ Ri'-~.r ~ --~fp~e~1 B ~ 1~4~~~3I~L#t ~s~dd·7 ·-, i~ii·~·~u'·-w·-r Millit :P ·~P Conven of `t . LAFAYETTE, LA., Ed'!' 1846 Location healthy and pi h!sonly a dew asqares froit the, New Ol eans h Texas RR., a gieait ftiIlty to parents *lishing ad their. IdIn. The seotem o cat4ion inaideh the French and English languages. , Graduating medals conferred :on those who cdihplete the prescribed; couihe of studied. , For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. S. LOCIK BRAU X, -WITH W. B. THIMPSON.I 0., COON FACTORiS -AND COMMISSION XERlANTS, 84 PERDI) 8'5EEIf • S-NEW ORLEANS, LA. WM. CAMPBRJ L. .ttoiUe*sey at Law, -anD .Ibtary Public, Lafayette, La. ,. Will practice his profession Th this and adjoining parishes. L. I. TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law, LAFAYETTE, LA. en Lafayette Street, near the " Convent, opposite Louis M 'uton'd. WQLdttd saSieTrs a specialty. ilaurice Mouton. L. F. Salles. MOOUTON &...

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. — 21 February 1891

.sta y a lssa lsooooooo ma.. U y . Stanley has not forgotten tic training, writes the At = on sttd:o. His letters, books, a mad lectures all show the ge etd a uewapaper man of the highest eder of talnt. Few men of acticn have equaled him in his mastery of the pen. ------------ One of the humors of the campaign which has floated into Washington is a "dodger" issued by the Gentile party in Salt Lake City, Utab. It looks like an eight-page circular, about six by ten inches in size. The title page bears the inscription: What Hon. - has done for Salt Lake in Congress. The rest of the pages are-blank. A writer in the New York Tribune pleadh for national country roads. His argument is that better roads are needed in the country than the c6unties and towns provide; that if the NTational Gov ernment would take charge of the matter we should have such better roads, and therefore that the National Government ought to take charge of the matter. The Washington correspondence of the New York Pres...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 February 1891

~OME CONDITIONS OP AN A&N OIENT INDUSTG Y. Whole Villages in Asia Minor, Persia and the Caucasus Given Over to the Uses of the WVeavers. Early each spring the importing houses 'of New York send forth their buyers to purchase rugs and carpets in the markets of the Orient. The markets of Constan tinople, Smiyrna, Labreez, Tiflis and other Oriental cities are richest in the spring, because then the winter's work of the villagers has been brought in by .he native peddlers. Dozens of villagers in Asia Minor, Persia and the Russian Caucasus are given over to the one iu dustry of weaving rugs. These villages range in population from 1000 to 3500. In a few cases the business is carried on in cities of 25,000 to 30,000 inhabit ants. Men, women and children work at rugmaking when the cultivation of the fields does not require their time. All the work is done upon hand looms, and in most cases the wool is spun and dyed in the household. In a few of the larger towns capitalists own perhaps ...

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. — 21 February 1891

I RNOi LAF0? AYETTi PARIB. Pbublisbed Every Saturday. .a =an d Proprietor. thy Post-Om lce at Lafayette, La. Sp.ond Clafs Matter. fAV'AYETTE POST OFFICE. "ollowing is the schedule of the arrival lurid elosini of the mail at the Lafayette, La.. post office: . Arrives from the East twice daily- S. a. m. and 1:15 n. m. Closes for the East' A 1:15 p m. and 6 p. m. daily. Arrives from the West twice daily ( a. m. and 1:.I5 p. m. Closes for the West at 1 p. m. and.6 p. m. daily. Alexandria-Arrives at 1:15 p. m., closes - at 1 p. sp., daily. Breaux Bridge-Leaves at 2 p. m., ar `r'ives at 12 m., daily except Sunday. PAUL DEMANADE, Postmaster., Cures while you wait-Preston's "IlXl Ake " -' The' town of Franklin has orgazed ,a bank, which is expected to.1m mence business about March 15.'. The State Treasurer of Louisiana announces that he will pay all second ,classgeneral fund warrants for 1891 on presentation at his office. Immediate, harmless-Preston's "lied Ake." Admiral David D. Porter di...

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. — 21 February 1891

auAFAYE'rTe r Saturday, Feb. 21,# Why suffer? Preston's a"It , ll, cure you. Miss Mamie Moss is hom ,; r a visit of a few weeks with' New Iberia. Dr. J. D. Trahan, after a ! i I New Orleans, returned home Miss Leonora Bisland, of Orange, Tex., who was here on a visit to her aunt, Mrs. John Clegg, left for her home this week. Miss Alice Castex, of Mermentan, was in town this week, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Gerac. Mr. Henry L. Garland, Jr., of New Orleans. was here this week attending the session of our District Court. Col. G. A. Breaux, of New Orleans, is in town attending the session of the Dis trict Court. The fragrant little magnolia fuscato is ,now in bloom, and its sweet aroma per vades the atmosphere. Miss Augustine l)esbrest, of Opelou sas, is in town visiting friends and rela tives. If you have headache try Preston's "Hed-Ake." Mrs. J. J. Revillon has built a commo dious and handsome stable upon the rear of her residence lots. Judge C. 11. Mouton, of St. Martinville, is he...

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. — 21 February 1891

yet=a f srt of :. A Aflletlr S .A 1 .r·. abeiat our twfii~lc; tiims. ii&, Y. is Ddroi e Press. SDisappointment. $Y KAMILTON ORMSBEE. :;. uben drive the teacher to u i.iwood-sled reg'lar now, Sgone to town to-day, but 'ally miss no chance o' l o' himself. She's reel ie, but she wouldn't be no routid the house than a fly. I see what Reuben's thinkin' of," ed Seth Smead's overburdened wife. Bbe's stout enough to do a heap if it 14 ever reely come to anything," re d her neighbor, throwing a doubt indection upon the last clause. 's right down spunky, too. The boys hain't ben so 'fraid of any r sene my children's ben to 1." d, yis, Mis' Adams. She might ,.pin' and ironin' the same day iot urt her none, but I hain't no she'd think she could, an' Reuben's Sup with her is dreadful aggra 4cussion was stopped by the 1f the teacher. She had walked ti$6the crisp winter air; her cheeks h ed, asd her eyes sparkling, made a striking picture as she back her cloak And left her dark rippling from ...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 21 February 1891

CULTURAL: P INTEREST RELATI FARM AND GARDEN. PARSNIPS FOL COWS. lie parsnips are considered valuable for cows, they are not so good as ar beets, which contain one- half more gar. But as parsnips can be more 3asily grown, and as they are easily kept / through the winter and are not injured by moderate frosts, it may be more desir able to grow them than the beets. They are certainly the second best roots for feeding cows, and very much better than turnips of any kind. A peck of the roots cut in slices may be given twice a day.-New York Times. THE SCRUB MUST GO. Circumstances have conspired against the scrub, and he must go. Over-pro duction has unmasked him, and without a buyer or friend he is plainly seen in his undesirableness. The farmer who raises horses for the market hereafter, will in common with his brother farmers who raise other products at a profit, find that he will succeed in proportion to the skill and intelligence he put into his work. Competition will not soon be very ...

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. — 21 February 1891

ever sheges 1 iiln that at thee centea ial - e ceremonies in `Neww Yii ago it wa-s Mrs. FO ceived- the most t bestowed upon any w throwingU dwn the ho her as ehe plked to the r This adulation was not the so much to be wondered at, as she was fresh . from the White House and the odors ''f its flewer-scented rooms hung about her. Bat as time has worn on the girl-bride has- shown that she could hold the interest of the people by her own magic' ivithotut depending upon the glory. of her -husband's position. `:Shemoves to-day, beloved of all. Men' of years, maidens, society wo, nand the jeunesse doree alike pro uncecd her" socially faultless.-New York JWorld. HOW A CAR GOT AWAY. Engiheers Jack West, Bill Gordon. , and Jack Sprung, yesterday, were talking about old times and the ex pegience they had on different irads. when Jack told the following aory: "It is not necessary to gtve the name of the road on which , was runnidg, 4l. let me say it was for set eral milest crooked a piebe of .a...

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. — 28 February 1891

7..~ VOL. XXVI. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, FEBRUf i-. 28, 189i NUMBEIR 25 Convent of Mt. Carmel, LAFAYETTE, LA. ESTABLISHED, 1846 Location healthy and pleasant, only a few squares from the New Orleans & Texas R. R., affording great facility to parents wishing to send their children. The system of education includes the French and English languages. Graduating medals conferred on those who complete the prescribed course of studies. For terms apply to the SUPERIOR. S. LOCKE BREAUX, -WITH W. B. THOMPSON & CO., COTTON FACTORS -AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 34 PERDIDO STREET, --NEW ORLEANS, LA. WM. CAM[PBELL. .attorney at Law, -AND J'otary Public, Lafayette, La. Will practice his profession in this and adjoining parishes. L. I. TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETTE, LA. Office on Lafayette Street, near the Convent, opposite Louis M 'uton's. WrLand matters a specialty. Maurice Mouton. L. F. Salles. MOUTON & SALLES, GROCERS, STAPLE AND FANCY. LAFAYETTE STREET. For Sale A dg~sirble trac...

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. — 28 February 1891

Sjust adcided that a miio'" for political reason " et with his "best" owns phosphate lands eb eworth enough to pay the State debt and leave a in the treasury. Ato the Mail and Ezpress a dresanisakr, not to be outdone York milliner who styles :"'bonnet .crhitect," has hung :on thelouter wall as "Mrs. - , urlle, Tenn., boasts .that she has lectr.hty in practical use to the $ach than any city of its inches in try. In the matter of street rail she claims to lead the world. Be Bs extensive street light system she saOmplete electric clock system. ' i" s told that the commission appoint ~ 4:c4sider the means bf abating the .,3 pe in 'Australia has examined 1 p d 1400 schemes. M. Pasteur's y,:ftowl cholera, has proved of tIl eeficacy. Rabbit-proof wire fenc i ms to be as yet the only feasible idw.rd Altkinson, the Boston statisti uttered an epigram that, in the ~ liationof the Chicago Herald,deserves iUglife when he said: "There are two I eeded in these days: First, for S"aie &e to 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. — 28 February 1891

ICEBERG CAPERS. THE TRICKS AND ANTICS OP ARnone MONSTERS. 1t s. a Sra i tle to se a Mon sain of lce Tun a Double iSomersault-'Ilceberg Calves." No one who has ever seen a grand, stately iceberg on "its solemn southward march," writes Frederick Schwatka, in the New York Herald, would ever credit these floating islands of ice with undig ified capers and erratic movements, so impressive is the air of awful stillness and almost solemn solidity that surrounds these colossal children of cold climates. Still a great mountain of ice will some times vary its monotonous movements of steady drifting by turning somersaults and double somersaults and whirling tricks until it looks like some huge hy perborean hippopotamus with skin of snowlike whiteness, wallowing around in the waters of the northern sea. I have seen but one such overturning -of these moving mountains of marble, and surely it looked as if the "great waters of the deep were breaking up" and that the end of all things had come. -Gr...

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. — 28 February 1891

rdeter. at Lafayette, La. ai Matter. OST OFFICEE iule of the arrival all at the-Lafayette, ' East twice daily ". Closes for the East p.. h. dally.* th. West twice daily- ip1,loses for the Vest p in. daily. hsrves at 1:15 p. n., closes Leaves at 2 p. m., ar -,liexcept Sunday. ' laMADrm, Postmaster. W aeon wait-Preston's "Hed Sthe N:ew York Herala 'ur eciprocity treaties will SMtinvile Messenger, 21st ya `tVe water is now high $.liJ wamps of that section oj;, and was still rising. The . . , busy getting out their y, l inst., the Presi (filfzes Foster, ex or f Ohio, Secretary of the vice Wm. Windom, dec'd. tment gives general satis med ate, harmless-Preston's "Hed Hfenl'n3esy murder trial, at New is dragging heavily. Up to a jury hadnot been secured, b hundreds of talesmen had $exai m .ined. Already this case la dook clittle "fishy." Vidalis &entinel says: "That opeof Concordia parish still b hear is evidenced by the ihat. M.t Charles Hootsel last p the Tenaes river, killed a speci...

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. — 28 February 1891

- .--t-~------ - __=·T---"r ---- 5 * i kie., *3.00 a Year. datnty b.528, 1891,. Why~io Pr 1's1 "Hed-Ake" will Lurne youa The Episcopal niister from Wash angton; La., will ild ser*ices at the Pri t$rIntidrch ni ndajr evening, Ma.h .lst, $t 4:( The public Mrs. J. D. Trahats and daughters' re turned,home from New Orleans, where the y had been spending some time, last week. .I yoP ve headache try Preston's Mrs. Chas. E. Carey and Master Lee, of Alexandrit, are here on a visit to her pareits, Mr. and Mrs. E. McDaniel. Mr. Hebert Billaud is erecting a couple of. . es on Madison street, adjoining MIrs.1eneryI Mlat'i residence rots. It cures headache only-Preston's"Hed &ke.'f. Mr. Henry Hendell has been in town ora few days. He will remain here at `ti: d home a couple of weeks longer before going to :Morgan City, where he will locate and go into business. Mr. W. Bilderback, of Wichita, Kan., who is now well and favorably known in our comiknnity, left %V1ihita Thursday for this place wit...

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. — 28 February 1891

S in your quest; ilght hover, S with unrest. s you sbhall find bring you togder thrpugh is a thief kWdge oppressed, ewonder ,up wte tnin aurtaIn Se.owithmmonr sight; f h bcomes certaain t ao death's ight; . n b g youasearning be nd ith uime and too holy. a mottel mind's toueh. too much. Sit hearts that are yearn h tisbelpnt on vast learning Switits knowlege-unrest. .Witu the the Weueklr. soiemall and the pipe th it waraun elephant on _ good Qrganists had to be O es, at large expense, Hubbard being the lad -the Presbyterian ument .we had tried to ° e v thodists. pr two years, during which :number of org.n an dilferent (ioystly j ghted one, summer ,'.upon- enterie the ix~fs.ie,. asnd sdrveyed eu; ity, the small figure of a Sabout twenty years old on G tooL Si.Shoe did not attempt ntict, but the music was all oulfaf religious. ,.one the trustees ifh'W.U fdgive the new or q~iat on r bouse, adding that i d mysb~elf might find her Iolf in our little home. town about six months, aIinsuranc...

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. — 28 February 1891

AG ICULTUIAL. PWCS- OP INTEiRES" RELATIVE TO FARM AND GAIIDZN. JToin 13 P3Dnorr. his Apphm both to animals and plants. Too frequentlya flycient food is not given to make the results profitable, thus en tailing the loss of what is given, or the proper kind of food is not fed to secure the end sought. The food required to secure good yields of butter differs from tat necessary to get the best results in eggs. The kind of fertilizers that is best for wheat is somewh at unlike that which will 'give the best returns in potatoes. The farmer must know something of the composition, chemically speaking, of the product that he desires, whether It be butter, flesh or the various kinds of garden and field orops, then make his eed, or fertilizer to correspond. This is ialply another way of saying that he should farm intelligently.-American 4gridulturis. PREPARE FOR SPRINs wORe. Arrangements may be made in the fall and during winter that will enable far mors and gardeners to begin spring work pro...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Lafayette advertiser. — 28 February 1891

ebk only thing S uite th balnksof the and came very 8 boat owned, bay fraehis father, rmn.< Tommy y kd girl who Ste uimte a soon as he But'times were and Temmy's apidly, oand the Shiers from ther, m grew less and ptre years Tom had no money to ues to bring one rg, and Tmmy'ite a i titdtery wait-he etbarge from a eto the Castle gy eom looess at o Amercans. Some trone of the women S ess to bearing one tri he eognized a thG 3ittery wait " argeho Tom's to the Castle STom rushed o Americans. Some t one of the women e t Somehow Tom's top tal o'tung nd ''Well to mih ' T Tom I" l gath T the gfrl could't wait ti o this man. 'oomaein'." a t meke Tom's i hear his iloo o, Bloom edwith his head ok where he had . om saved meat fol >uthgs around the t ieces of. old junk th r' what he can get, "Blooiin' Tom" ris*, "hough he is sadly ew ork Telegram, 1 other mta th so extensive as demonstrated * As a matter of known long ago; vtagesHave been of its produe t its coming ha, how= this, as in ts o...

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. — 7 March 1891

v. LAFAYETTE, LA., SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1891. NUMBER 26. £sveai .1 t artueL a~ke, L ED, 1846 f -sto~mail ~ t. only a ýttrsfrom` ew Orleans d Texs ordIlngff great' facility to pmtets w~ishinig to send their children. The systoin of edu on includes the French and EnglIshigage Graduating medals erred on those wbo compete the P course of *tuidies. For teras apply to the SUPERIOR. SLOCKE REAUX, W. B.IJllO PSON & CO., CO'ffoN FACTORS -AND COEXISSION NEaCHANTS, 84 PaiWmo sTemET. -NEW ORLEANS, LA. .VMil. CAMPBELLL .Uitorueg at Lawe, .1Motary PuulsE, Lafayttee, Lac Will practice his profession in this and adjoining parishes. L. I. TANSEY, Attorney-at-Law. LAFAYETIE, LA. OfItee on Lafay " Street, -near the Convent, opqqLotis a'uton's. Wi Lan pr e & .alty. Maurice Mouton.. L . F. Salles. s'RIR RI11 C LAPAYTTE ET. A coist of lead adjiig h on ort lt'ofse tw o f Laaete oat Iii _ kIe ~~ yard+ tbrJ .atuu * adwait by Mouton r4 rl «. bisý br rpe t l ts, o )tTOLLn N M~i~ Jstice .1 Peaee -, La__ ...

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. — 7 March 1891

L!1 F vg ry Rt(4 1f4TA k & There is no surpius an4 no deflait is the Imperial Treasury of Germany. The receipts and expendituret of the fiscal year balance at 1,131,4d ,912 marks, or about $283,6:3,O30. This is very nest national financiering, thinks the Chicago Herald. Cheap labor is what capitalists are marching for all over the globe, avers the New Yord World. The ideals of cheap ness are the Cainese; eight thousand of them are on their way from Cantoa to Mexico to be employed on several Mexi can railways in the coursq of construc tion. Says the Toronto (Canada) Mail: The marriage license fee in Quebec is $8. As a low charge is made in the United States, many couples livingnear the boun dary line cross the border to get united. In all probability the Quebec charge will be reduced to meet the foreign compe tition. The Chicggo 1TLratl ascs: Can we look forward to a time when the chemist will manufacture our sugar, when the sugar cane and the beet root will cease to be planted b...

Publication Title: Lafayette Advertiser, The
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