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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 5 November 1884

atabllahedln 1835. > Sfte §cffcroonian, PUBLISHED SVERV WEDNESDAY MORNING « >» « / i : i I /•. '* BY BLAKEY & PROUT, " T .'- " " C? Wednesday, X«vtili«i << Wk Tblapaperla entered at thePost-OOceaij Charlottesville. Va.. aa aeoond-rtaannatwr I - ui.j .n.t. iijj ■■ M.iii'Hii.mnj has been kicked to death In Georgia for nearly a nmriih. la the hind foot of the Invaluable mule lqsing its canning?— Savannah Newa. #®-The Philadelphia Times credits Mr. BTatfle wltb holding the ?piniu4i that 1 one or tvri wise iu«n «aj> are tfoith all j •even of the wise men of Greece. fVßelva Lockwood's campaign is cut on the bias, with rtiws of shirting round its gores. Bows of shirring round ilr gore#- improbably Belva'a neat and phrasefor "waving tV«bl|}Qdj( gliii*^—B'®te. Itf-Bo general the habit of sending wedding presents that the list of invited guests to the marriage festivities has been wittily and wickedly termed the "aalessor's li...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 November 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. f lit PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKE\ & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy,one year SI JJJJ Onetcopy. six month* o>> On«? copy,three months Unless Paid in Advance, #1 50 Will be Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us 10 names accompanied by theciish ; If preferred a commission will be paid, TRANSIENT RATES FOR ADVERTISING. One squure (one inch) one Insertion $1 00 Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion...2 00 Legal advertisements seventy-five cents per Square for each insertion. #S~Spec!al contracts made for advertisements lor a long period. [OB WORK.—We are prepared to do all kinds of HOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the cllyand surronndlnE country will receive PKOMPT ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. npHE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, X CHA it LTOTEB VILLE, VA. Oall ami Liit.er«st. bearing Deposit"Solicited U1 scon 11 ts n nil renown In s...

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Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 November 1884

atabllsbedln 1835.) £hc Ucffrtsonian, PUBLISH KD J4VEKY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. Wednesday, November 13,1884 Thlspaperla entered atthePoat-Offlceat Ouarlottesvllle. Va., as second-class matter lie Cool aud Firm. From statements in other parts of this paper of current matters touching the pregent political situation, it will be seen that the Gould, Blaine aud Logan Cabal have it seriously in contemplation to gain the Presidency by another great political swindle. They persistently keep up a false claim that Blaine and Logan have been elected; and prefer false charges of frauds having been perpetrated by the Democratic party; and are seeking to inflame Northern prejudices against the South and the Democratic party, with a view of getting a large following at the North, under the blinding influences of prejudice and passion thus Inflamed, to support them in a bold effort to falsify the election returns of the State of New York, and under cover of this fraud to u...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 November 1884

fhe Bfeffcrsottian. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, November 13,1N51 Larger Circulation than any Paper in Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Offloe opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.50 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. CHESAPEAKE AND Ohio—Going West , 2.55 P.M. Going East, 11.30 A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Golni; South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOUKS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSouth,..lo.So A.M " " " GolngNortli... 4.00P.M Night Malls close on Sunday 6 HO P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. A O. From East 2.45 P. M •• " West 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P. M. " South 5.15 " Money Order Butinett— Hours from #A. M to 6 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. _ „ .. M. H. S. Long, P. M. Death of Mr. F. T. Grady. Mr. Frank T. Grady, a well-known citizen, died of consumption yesterday, In the 43d year...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 12 November 1884

stablished In 1835.) (The Jgcffetsonian, PUBLISHED JiVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. Wednesday, Yovi'inlicr 12,1851 Tblspaperls eutereil at the t'ost-Offlce at Charlottesville. Va.. as second-clasp matter (»rape Culture iu Virginia. CHEAP LANDS. The Associated Southern Railways have issued a handsome pamphlet containing much valuable information relating to the resources of the various sections of Virginia, North Carolina and Georgia, penetrated by their roads, (copies of which may be obtained on application to Sol. Haas, Tralllc Manager, Richmond, Va.,) from which we quote as follows: Grapes flourish everywhere along the line of the Virginia Midland railway, the slopes of the Bull Run range, the Southwest mountains and the foot-hills of the Blue Ridge being their natural habitat. On many farms in many counties grapes are extensively grown for sale in the northern markets; but nowhere has grape culture and wine-making attained such proportions as in Albemarle c...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 November 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. <- £hc PUBLISHED EVERY WEDSESDAV MORNING liY BLAKE'i & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one yeiir 81 ®jj One!copy, six months • Ond copy,three months w Union Paid In Advance, $1 50 Will be Charged. A c.ipv o' the paper furnished -vtthout tbnrrM'. «rv «>i„wlll se nt u« 10 a&mesaccompaniedby theeash;li pre,eii«-t. acomcnisslou will be pula. TRANSIENT RATRH FOB ADVERTISING. Qnesquure(one Inchlone Insertion.......*! 00 Two squares (two inches) one Legal advertisements seventy-live cents per Square for each Insertion. WBpeclnl contracts made for advertisements for a long period. JOB WORK.—We are P™P«'e<\ t,n do all kinds of HOOK ANI) JOB PHINT IN (i at short notice. Orders rounding country will receive FltOMl i ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. rpHE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, I CHAULTOTBSVILMS. VA. G«1 1 ivnil Intorost bearing Deposits Solicited Discounts ft ml renewals strictly sir per cent...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 November 1884

stabllstieil la 1835.1 She Ifeffctsonian. PUBLISHED KVERV WEDNESDAY MORNINU BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, November 36,1884 lid I s Uivc Thanks. To-morrow is thanksgiving-day, and the whole country lias indeed great cause for rejoicing. Those who are Democrats, of course feel elated at the recent victory obtained by their party and for the policy of government, which they believe to be right and for the best interests of the country, and, too, because they believe the corrupt ring of officeholders, who have robbed the government for so many years, and who have turned the government treasury into a crib for the Republican party, out of which to feed and bribe those who rendered fealty to the dominant party, will be turned outt>f power and a just, honest and upright administration of the government will take the place of a corrupt, partisan and sectional faction who h:»ve for the last eight yearf hold government against thb wili oi a large majority in this countr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 November 1884

ahc SJcffctsonian, ITBLKSHEI) EVERY WEDNESDAY MOKMXC BY BLAKEY & PHOUT, Wednesday, November SO, IHS4 Larger Circulation than any Paper In Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office open* 7.00 A. M. Closes 7,30 P. M, MAILS CLOSE. CHESAPEAKE and OHlO—Going West, 2.55 P. M. Got East. 11.30 A. M. Washington City. Virginia Midland— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—GotnjrSouth..,lo an A. M • • » •• GolnfcNorth... 4.00P.M Night. Malls close on Sunday 0.80 P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. & O. From East 2.45 P. M ■' West 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P.M. " " South 5.15 " Honey Order Btuineta— Hours from 9A. M tos P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on 9UDdfty - M.H.S.LOKG P.M. Death of Miss Riva H. Payne. On last Thursday, November 20, near the hour of four in the afternoon, the pure sp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 26 November 1884

stablished In 1835.) She PUBLISHED JSVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PKOUT. Wednesday, Xovouibor 516,1884 This paper is entered atthePoit-Offlceat Charlottesville. Va., as second-class matter Rome in the Last Century.—lt was a labyrinth of winding streets, unlighted, unnamed, and unnumbered. Every trade kept to its own special locality, and, in lack of shop fronts, advertised its wares by painton signs and emblems. Cattle were herded in the Colosseum and Forum, and the Arch of Constantino was half buried in the earth. Justice was administered with circumstances of barbaric ferocity. It was a common sight to see unlucky coachmen publicly tortured in the Corso for no worse guilt than that of driving through the streets during the hours reserved for carnival frolics; and the erection of the gallows 011 the Piazza del Popolo, the first Saturday in carnival, was in fact the signal of the opening of the season for public sports. And the condemned criminals despatched, the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 December 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. \ . (The |lcfffwoman, PUBLISH Kl) EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLARED & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. Onecopy.oneyear (W 00 OneVopy, six months 8.; On<s copy, three months 40 Unless Paid in Advance, 91.50 Will be Charged. A copy of the paper furnished without charge to any person who will send us l'l names accompanied by thecash ; If preferred a commission will he paid. T RANSIENTRATKS FOR ADVERTISING. One squure (one Inch) one Insertion 81 00 Two squares (two Inches) one Insertion...2 00 Legal advertisements seventy-live cents per Square lor each Insertion. contracts made for advertisements for a long period JOB WORK.—We are prepared to do nil kinds of HOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. THE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, CHARLTOTESVILLE, VA. Call and Interest bearing Deposits Solicited Dl scounts and renewals strictly six per cent. Di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 December 1884

(Established tu 1835.) £he PUBLISHED eVKRY WEDNESDAY MORNING liY BLAKEY & PROUT. Wednesday. ISSi A Grout Evil. Hum is it to be Remedied ? •'The tendency of great cities to absorb the population of the country and so to increase the social dangers which we have to contend against, is not confined to our own land. France complains of the same difficulty, and groans under the complicated evils it produces. Agricultural laborers are so scarce that farmers are in some instances unable to gather in their crops. On the other hand, in tho cities and large towns numbers are unemployed, and misery and want abound. As a sign of the times these are facts of deep significance, and aro fraught with serious issues to the world. Tho old adage that "God made the country, but man made tho town," has in it a philosophy that many in those days might study with advantage." That this tendency should exist in these United States where land is so abundant and so cheap is indeed remarkable. Why ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 December 1884

Ihe Ucffctsontan; PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wedneßday, December 3.1884 Larger Circulation than any Paper tn Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.30 P. M, MAILS CLOSE. Chksai-eakr and Ohio—Going West, 2.55 P. M. Going East, 11.30 A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOUHS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSouth.,.lo 30A.M " '• " GolngNcrth... 4.00P.M Night Malls close on Sunday 6 30 P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. & O. From East 2.45 P. M West 12.30 P. M V. M. •' North 2.00 P.M. " " South 5.15 " Money Order Business— Hours from 9A. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. M.H.S.Loncs.P. M. Overcoat Stolen. Mr. Burgess, the popular policeman at the V. M. Junction, had the misfortune to have his overcoat stol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 3 December 1884

(Established in 1835.) She PUBLISHED J2VERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. Hediit'sday, Dt'ccnilicr !l. Iss I Over-Croplng. The Louisville Tobacco Xetcs in a lato well-considered article upou the subject of ail vice recently given by certain warehousemen to (he planters to plant largely this year, takes opposing ground, and urges the planters, on the other hand, to reduce the acreage and increase the quality. The colums of this journal have again and again considered this question and repeatedly sounded the note of alarm which is suggested by the manifest tendecy to increase the growth of tobacco in spite of the threatening condition of the markets everywhere, and the plain determination not to use, except at very reduced prices, the immense quantities of inferior stuff that is the natural result out of present conditions. It is not difficult to perceive that every market is glutted with tobacco that is unsaleable because it is inferior, and we shall not get rid of...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 December 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. J- She ffcffctsoniiin, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEIr & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. One copy, one year !1 JO One'copy, six months 05 One copy, three monthß •W Unless Paid in Advance, #1 50 Will l>e Charged. A copy of.tlie paper furnished without charge to any person whnwlll send us 10 narovs accompanied by thebaali; If preferred a commission will be paid. TRANSIENT RATKH FOH ADVERTISING. One squure (one Inch) one Insertion SI 00 Two squares (two Inches) ono insertion . 2 (10 Legal advertisements seventy-tive cents per Square tor each Insertion. «S-Speclal contracts made for advertisements for u long period. JOU WORK.—Wo are prepared to do all kinds of HOOK AND JOU PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the city and surrounding country will receive PROMPT ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. rriHE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, JL CHARLTOTESVILIjE, VA. Call and Interest bearing Deposits Solicited Discounts and renewals ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 December 1884

(Established In 1835.) STlie Jilrffcvoonian, PUBLISHED JSVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. Wednesday, Dcwnitwr 10, ISSI Mr. Cleveland and Civil Spnire llcfurm. Mr. Cleveland, unlike Mr. Arthur, is sincerely in favor of Civil Service Reform, and will never obstruct and disregard its principles for corrupt and selfish purposes. But in practically applying its principles, he will be met with very great difficulties. Just here he will encounter his greatest difficulties at the beginning of his administration. For example, in Virginia under the corrupt contract between Arthur and Mahone, the Federal offices in the State have been filled by the latter with men who obeyed his orders as promptly and servilely as ever vassal obeyed his feudal lord. Such obedience was the price stipulated to be paid for the office. Appointed in violation of Civil Service Reform, these men, in violation of every principle of tho reform, while in the pay of tho government, engaged actively i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 December 1884

Ihe fcffetsonian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORMJIG BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, December 10, 1884 Larger Circulation than any Paper in Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Office Notice. OFFICE HOURS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.30 P. M. MAILS CLOSE. Chesapeake and Ohio—Going West, 2.55 P. M. Going East, 11.30 A. M. Washington City, Virginia Midland— Going South, 12.50 A.M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 9 P. M. SUNDAY HOURS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—GolngSouth...lo 30A.M GolngNerth... 4.00P.M Night Malls close on Sunday 0.30 P. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : 0. *O. From East 2.45 P. M West 1V.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P.M. ■' •' South 5.16 " Monty Order Jiutinets—Hours from 9A. M to 8 P. M. ... No Money Order Business transacted on Sunday. M. H.S.Lono P. M. Baptizing. .We learn that the ordinance of baptism will be celebrated at thp Baptist church this evening at 7 o'clock. Excursion. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 10 December 1884

(Established Iu 1835.) (The ffcffctsoniatt, PUBLISHED SVEUY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT. WodnoNilti) , I>m>mlH'r 10, 1884 The Premier's Wife.—Of Mrs. Gladstone the Dunfries (Scotland) Standard says: "The premier's wife is extremely popular at Dalmeny, her homely, affable ways and her Indust: i ,i« habit having fairly won ■ hi. .uli'.iration of oil the residenters hi • ol'the household. Mrs. Gladstone, though now an old lady —much older than she looks—accomplishes an enormous amount of work. She is even more methodical and active than her talented husband. One of the virtues she practises is that of early rising, and the early hours of the morning from six o'clock until breakfast—she occupies in correspondence or in needlework. And with all this activity there is no fuss. Mrs. Gladstone gives trouble to nobody, but is always helpful, and is consequently everybody's favorite." A literary celebrity happening to visit a lady of his acquaintance,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 December 1884

OLD SERIES, Vol. XXXVIII. J- ft he Jfcffctoonian, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKE"V & PROUT, Terms of Subscription. IN ADVANCE. A cops' of t furnished without charge to any person who will send uh 10 ~ - -dby the cash; If preferred ' « naid. TRANSIENT RATES FOR ADVERTISING. One snuure(one Inch) one Insertion $t 00 Twojuuares (two Inches) one Insertion...2 (10 Legtfl pAv»rtlsements seventy.five cents per Squirf'e for each Insertion. jJar-Speetal contracts made for advertlsomehtli for a long period. TOB WORK.—Wo are prepared to do all kinds of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at short notice. Orders from the clty and Mii;rounding country will receive I KOMPr ATTENTION. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. Banks. rPHE BANK OF ALBEMARLE, 5 CHAHLTOTESVILLE. VA. Call and Interest bearing Deposits Solicited DlHCOuntß and renewals strictly six per cent. Discount Days—Tuesday and Friday. H V. 80UTHALL, President., NICHOLAS M. PAGE. Vlce-Pres't Git KEN PEYTON, Cashier, H.T, MARTIN. Teller, (feb2S-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 December 1884

(Established In 1835.) (Thr irtcffctooni.ui, PIBLISIIKI) SVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY BLAKEY & PROUT, Wrdiioixlii.v.Dccciiilicr 17. ISS ! Halioiie iiiid Arthur's \|»|>ointoos and Civil Nrnlcc Iteform. As an illustration of what wo said on this subject in our last issue, we eite the case of the University Postoffice. Mr. John 11. Bibb, an old line Republican held this office, with his son as deputy. Mr. Bibb daily gave his personal attention to the office, and his son was one of the most faithful and efficient men who had ever attended to it. No fault could be found with his fidelity and efficiency, and the polite and agreeable manner with which lie discharged his duties made him very popular with the Students and every one who had anything to do with the office. But the son was a Democrat, and, therefore, the father was required to dismiss him. The dismissal of the son, however, was not enough. The father was an old line Republican. The office must be made of mo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican — 17 December 1884

®he §cffmoni»n, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING BY . BLAKEY & PROUT, Wednesday, December IT, 1881 Larger Circulation than any Paper In Piedmont Virginia. LOCAL MATTERS. Post-Ofßce Notice. OFFICE HOUHS. Office opens 7.00 A. M. Closes 7.30 P. M. MAILS CLOSW. Chesai-kake and Ohio—Going West, 2.55 P.M. Going East, 11.30 A. M. Washington Citv, Virginia Midland— Going South, 12.50 A. M. Going North, 4.00 P. M. Night Malls close at 9 P.M. SUNDAY HOUHS. Office open from 2 to 3 P. M. Sunday Malls close—GoingSnuth...lo 30 A.M •• " " Going North... 4.00 P. M Night Malls close onSunday 6 HOP. M Hours at which the malls are opened and read for distribution : C. <fc O. From F,ast 2.45 P. M •• " West 12.30 P. M V. M. " North 2.00 P. M. " " South 5.15 " Money Order Biuineat— Hours from 9A. M to 5 P. M. No Money Order Business transacted on BUDday - M. H. S. LoN(1, P. M. Excursion. There will be an excursion to Alexandria, Washington, and Baltimore, Friday, December 20, 1884...

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