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Oficial Journal of the Town.
OFFICIAL JOURNAL of the DEMO
CRATIC PARTY OP
Thomas McTntyre...........New Orleans
Danchy & Co..........New York City
George P. Rowell & Co...
Nelson Chesman & Co......St. Louis, Mo
Edwin Alden ........ .....Cincinnati
N. W. Ayer & Son ..........Philadelphia
For Congress :
N. C. BLANCHAR~D
-The latest n ews received concern
ing Maj. E. A Burke, received through
a Honduras paper, is that he is great
ly improved in health.
-We acknowledge the receipt of
the Daily Free Press, of Baton Rouge.
It is a neat, newsy little journal, and
reflects credit upon its "bosses-"
-Jonas Hiller keeps everything
needed. Examine his prices before
buying elsewhere, and the difference
in prices will convince you that it is
to your interest to buy from him.
-A Georgia editor, in resigning a
country postoffice writes; "The re
ceipts of the last month have been
86.40, the rent $4, and clerk hire $10.
Being a Democrat we can no longer
get oar consent to bold office under a
Republican administiation, hence we
-The Marksville Bulletin announ
ces the establishment in a few weeks
of a paper which will be the official
organ of the Farmer's Union of this
State. It will be located either at
Baton Rouge or Alexandria, and will
be under the direction of J. A. Tette,
Lincoln, as editor, and A. D. Lafargue,
of Avoyelles, as associata editor and
. ·wy-~-- - -crc
-The scone of blackguardism by
the Republican members of the House
several days ago was a disgrace to our
Government and common decency.
Vile language only to be heard in
bagnios and bawdy houses was used
by grave and dignified Congia ssmen
to snob an extent that delicate ladies
with their, ears poisoned by frofane
and. filthy speech, hurried from the
" galleries with their faces burning with
the hot blush of shame and outraged
-The death of Judge Christinney
of Michigan, which occurred at Lan
sing on Monday last, recalls the sad
der side of a distinguished career. He
had been Chief Jestice of the Supreme
Court of Michigan, United States Sen
ator and Minister to Peru. While a
Senator he married a gretty Treasury
girl. The marriage proved unfortu
nate, for his wife's indiscretions crea
ted a scandal in Peru, and led to pro
ceedings of divorce. Mrs. Christiancy
became insane and died a maniac in
1883. To add to his troubles Judge
Christiancy lost the competency he had
spent years in acquiring, and died in
-The Manufacturer's Record, of
Baltimore, declares that the fall sea
son opens with better prospects for the
South than ever before known in its
history, and that aside from the mil
lions of capital which is now ready
for investment in various industries,
the value of Southern agricultural
products will show an increase of
$400,000,000 this year over 1880.
The Record says that during the past
week enterprises were organized in the
Southern States, which represent at
least five millions of dollars of capi
tnl. The tide of development has set
into the South with a rush and to the
course of a few years, if there is no
leidlation by tb'e Republican party to
disturb business and trade, the section
of the country this side of the Ohio
will become the grandest part of the
-It is caloulated that the new
bridge over the Hudson at New York,
which will be the greatest engineering
feat of the century will cost about $40
000,000. It will take ten years to
construct it, and will bea third longer
than the Easi river bridge and twenty
feet higher, but unlike the former it
will be of the cantilever type. Store
houses will be located beneath the
great structure. Freight ears will un
load by means of chutes into these,
and ships will load direct from them
or direct to the carse. The grand
union depot, a part of the enterprise,
will be a colossal structure of steel
capable of accoommodating all the
trains that now enter New York and
Jersey City. It will he large enough
Io hold twenty tracks side by side,
and will hbe 1800 feet in length.
Imprisoned for Contempt.
J., 3 WELLS, JR., OF RAPITDES PARISH,
APPLIES TO THE SUPREME
COURT FOR RELIEF.
The case of J. Madison Wells, Jr.,
of the Parish of Rapides, who applied
some days ago to the Supreme Court
for relief from the sentence of Judge
W. F. Blackman, of the 12th Judicial
District, committing petitioner to pris
on in the matter of his administration
of the estate of Walter O. Winn, was
decided by Chief Justice Bermudez
J. Madison Wells, Jr., as adminis
trator of the estate of Walter 0. Winn,
had refused to obey the order of the
court to amend his accounts as direc
ted, and Judge Blackmaln threatened
to send him down for contempt.
i Wells, however, persisted in his de
murrer, and he was therefore commit
ted by the judge as threatened. His
commitment was made out on the 25th
day of July, 1890, he denying the
right of Judge Blackman to imprison
him for "fifty years," if he chosed, and
he further maintaing that it could not
be for a longer term than ten days.
An exception to the jurisdiction was
filed by Wells setting forth the un
friendlfness to petitioner on the part
of of Judge Blackman, bhut the judge
refused to grant the exception, on the
f ground that he entertained no malice
toward the petitioner, etc. The judge
I in passing upon the case, held that
"the administrator has had possession
of the effects of the succession in ques
tion for a long number of years, and
when ordered to file a full and com
plete account of his gestion treats the
court with contempt." He, therefore,
according to the provisions of the code
should be kept in imprisonment until
the orner of the ceart was complied
with. Wells was granted relief by
Justice Bermudez yesterday as fol
lows: "It is ordered that his honor,
the respondent judge, show cause in
writing, within three dlays after service
rof the proceedings herein, why the
further execution of the order of com
mitment herein should not be suspend
ed until the application for relief shall
have been heard and determined."
- [Times-Democrat, Sept. 10th.
A letter from Mr. J. W. Ruby, Union
Citp, Indiana, says: "I have used your
Clarke's Extract of Flax (Papilion) Cough
Cure and find it a complete cure for deep
seated cold. It has done more than two
of our most skillful physicians. My chil
dren had the whooping cough and with
the aid of your Cough Cure, they had it
very light compared with neighbors' chil
dren who did not take it. I believe it to
be the best Cough Cure in the market."
So it is. A large bottle enly $1. Clarke's
Flax Soap ft r the skin. It leads them all.
Price 25 cents. Cough Cure and Soap for
r sale by Jacob Geiger.
THE ADJOURNMENT OF CONGRESS.
I -It is now arranged that Congress is
to adjonrn about October 1st, and it
is well that it should do so. Its ses
s sions now are absurd and valueless
from every point of view. So many
of the Conffressmen are off attending
i to their own political interests that
there is scarcely ever a quorum pres
ent in the House. This threatens to
grow worse from day to day as the
election draws nearer. It is safe to
- say that if Congress remains in ses
sion after the beginning of October
there will never be a quorum present
-and business of all kinds will of ne
cessity be suspended. An adjourn
ment in October will give Represen
Statives an entire month to canvass for
Stheir re-election, which is time enough
-for them. There will remain nearly
three weeks of the present session, suf
ficient to pass the tariff bill definitely,
the rivers and harbors bill and, we
I fear, the compound lard bill. The
present session will have been one of
the largest ever held, and with the
smallest result for so much speech-ma
Saved From Consumption.
Several physicians predicted that Mr.
Asa B. Rowley; Druggist, of Chicago,
would soon have consumption, caused by
an aggravated case of Catarrh. Custom
era finally induced him to try Clarke's
1 Extract of Flax (Papihon) Catarrh Cure.
f He says: "The result was anprecedenied.
I commenced to get well after the first
* application and am now, after a few
t weeks, entirely cured." It will do the
same for you. Price $1. Try Clarke's
SFlax Soap foo the skin and you will use
tno other. 25 cents. All of Clarke's Flax
remedies are for sale by Jacob Geiger, at
- Eagle Drug Store.
S--Our Packard, says the Times
Democrat, bobs up again The latest
Sname suggested in connection with
the first Assistant Postmaster General
is that of ex-Gov. Packard, formerly
of Louisiana, now of Iowa. He has
been a diligedt applicant for recogni
tlion ever since Harrison's election.
He regards bis present application as
Sstrong, for the reason that Clarkson's
-resignation leaves Iowa without rep
'resentation in any post of importance
r controlled by the President. He is a
- farmer also, and expects alliance aid.
The present administration gives en
couragement to the old-time bnzzards
of the South to emerge from their
Bretirement. Bussey and Packard will
make a fine pair.
1 Joseph Levin has iu his employ a
Sfirst-class merchant tailor, direct from
, New York. He is a masfer workman
I in his line. Call around and see Jos.
SLevin and have a fine suit made. A
cemplete stock of fine oluths to make
A BOON FOR SUFFEBRING WOMAN
If there are times in life that try men's (
souls there are also times that try wo- 9
men's souls. As woman's organization in (
general is more delicate than man's, so I
she has special functions of a far more
delicate eharocter, which render her B
much more liable to derangement and
disease, and which require much more
skillful and careful treatment. No class
of diseases tests a physician's skill or a
medicine's efficacy more severely than
Female Diseases. No medicine has ever
proved more successful in the cure of
such diseases than Pe-ru-na. In that
most trying of periods, which every mid
dle-aged woman must pass through, Pe
rn-na has proved a true boon to the sex.
"I had been a great sufferer for three
years," writes Mrs. S. Smith, of Hills
ville, Pa. "I bad given up all hope,
when I commenced taking Pe-ru-na and
Mau-a-lin. Now I amn as well as ever in
my life." Regulate the bowels with
Man-a-lin. For sale by Henry St. John.
-Have you tried shoes made by
Zeigler Bros., of Philadelphia, or t
Faust Btos., of Baltimore I The just
justly celebrated shoes made by these
firms are sold here by Joseph Levin, i
who has hundreds of pairs of all sizes
for men, ladies and chrldren. We are
confident it would repay you to call
and examine these goods.
Decennial Increase of Wealth. 1
The increase of taxable values in i
Louisiana in the ten years just elapsed
is, as near as can be ascertained, at
the rate of 'about $5,000,000 a year
for the whole State, while that for the I
city is at the rate of $3,000,000 a
year, and for the country parishes
$1,700,000 annually. The State as
sessments for 1890 are not yet com
plete, but the Auditor's reports show
the following concerning assessed
Assessments in New Orleans
for 1889....................$129,268,905 1
Assessments in country I':ar
ishes for 1889 .............. 97,123,382 1
Total assessments '89......... $226,392,288
Assessments for New Orleans
for 1880.................... $97,352,405
Assessments for country Par
ishes for 1880 .............. 79,744,054
Tottl assessments 1880 .......$177,096,450
Gain of wealth from 1880 to
end of 1889 ................ $49,295,829
The growth of wealth in Louisiana
is about 3 per cent per annum. It is
not a large rate, but it will average 1
fairly with that of other States of the
Union. A vast body of the richest
lands in the State are lying idle and i
undeveloped. When the whole State
shall be properly settled up and put in
cultivation the taxable wealth will in
crease with much greater rapidity..
Louisiana with its enormous -tracts of
virgin lands is practically a new State
with an immense future before her.
-[N. O. Picayune.
We desire to say to our citizens that for
years we have been selling Dr. King's Neov
Discovery for Conseumption, Dr. King's New
Life Pills, Bucklesi's Arnica Salve and Elee
tric Bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sel! as well, or that have given
such universal satisfaction. We do not
hesitate to guarantee them every time,
and we stand ready to refund the pur
chase price if satisfactory results do not -
follow their use. These remedies have
won their great popularity purely on
their merits. Jacob Geiger, proprietor
Eagle drug store.
-"Good schools are the stiongest
Simmigration arguments that can be
- used," says Governor Ross, and they
bring the best class of immigrante-
Sintelligent, progressive, industrious
rmen and women, who want their chil
Idren to have educational advantages.
r With this sort of immigration, our
- waste lands will be ta.ken up and cul
,tivated, our cropr will increase, our
land and products improve, and Lou
Sisiana will march forward in every
conceivable way. The Lottery amend
Iment, contributing $350,000 annually
- to the public schools, is equally a con
tribution to an immigration fund. It
will not only give us better schools,
but larger immigration, better crops
aud better prices for our lanes and
A Safe Investment.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring yon
Ssatisfactory results, or in case of failure a
Sreturn of purchase paice. On this safe
Splan 'ou can buy from our advertised
Sdruggtst a bottle of Dr. King's ~eoew Dis
covemy for Consurmption. It is guaranteed
to bring relief in every case, when nied
Sfor any affection of throat, lungs orchest,
such as consumption, inflammation of
lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whooping
- cough, croup, etc. It is pleasant and
agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can
always be depended upon. Trial bottles
Sfree at Eagle drug store.
-Packard, the notorious carpet
Sbagger who at one time afflicted this
State with his presence, is a candidate
-for the position of Assistant Postmas
ter General from which Olarkson is
soon to retire, and it is stated that he
Swill be apposnted. Packard is just
- the kind of man the Harrison admin
istration wants to honor. He is one
of the same kidney.--[States.
Buoklen's Arniea Salve.
r The best salve in the world for cute,
I bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and post
tively cures Piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction,
Sor money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Jacob Geiger, Eagle
1 drug store.
-As well as everything else in the
Sway of gentlemen's wear, Joseph Le
Sniin has a complete line of Underwear
SROD AND Ouw CLCwa Snootr.-The 7
members of the Alexandria Rod and
Gun Club had their last regular club
shoot on last Tuesday'. pt. Prescott's r
Grove. Bayou Robert,. with the fol
lowing result. I
30 blue rocks. Three traps, un
lknown angles. le
SCHNACK TEA. T
C. A. Schnack.....................26 C
R. W. Bringhurst. ...............26 ic
J. R. Thornton....... "'"......... 18
G. R. Waters..................... 13
E. B. Pendleton ...... ...... 12
T. N.Miles ............. 3N
Total .............................9 O
HILL TEAM. dl
Wm. Hill ........................ 23
C. E. Brinahurst...............*... 9 ti
G. M. Rattliffe..................... 16 S
J. W. Prescott.....................15
G. O. W atts ........... . .*........ 8
T. N. Miles........ ............. 4
Total ......... . ......... . ........75
Mr. Miles shot 15 times on each 2
The following members who had
missed a previous shoot, then shot to
make up, with the following result: _
a C. E. Bringhurst ...................17
G. R. Waters ....................11
I J. W. Prescott .................... 11
G. O. Watts ..................... 11 P
This shoot decided the contest for
Sfirst prize and championship of the
Club for the following year, in favor
of Mr. C. A. Schnack. It was
evident that it would lie between 3
Messrs. C. A. Schnack, Winm. Hill
and R. W. Bringhurst, the one mak
t Ing the highest score out of the 180
9 blue rocks shot at during this season
i being the winner. This was the close '
order in which they stood after the
last shoot: 7
C. A. Schnack................. 137
R. W. Bringhurst.................133
W m. Hill ................. ......131
--The Committee recently appoint
ed by our Police Jury to contract for
the construction of an iron culvert
through the levee irto Bayou Rapides,
have awarded the same to Edwards &
- Hanubtman, of New Orleans, who con
3 tract to build same inside of six
SAD NEws.--Mr. T. N. Miles, Sn
perintendent of the Alexandria Com
press received news by telegraph on
Monday of the death of his brother, f
Father W. R. Miles, of the Jesuit a
Church, in New Orleans. Father I
Miles was 42 years of age, and was
born in Jackson, Miss; he joined the I
Jesuit order in 1866. He was a (.
learned divine and universally es- 8
teemed. Mr. Miles left for New Or
leans on Monday's train, to be present t
at his brother's obsequies.
-The first issue of the Alexandria c
Diaily Times will not appear until the ti
f 22d inst., next Monday. a
MI. W. CALVIT '
Choice Eentuaky Sourbon
F EASTERN BYE.
8OLE AEENT FOR
" L. OPPENHEIMER & CO.
. Blue Grass OTlu,
r Hand-Made Nelson County
'reaet ye hiS e
H. M. LOOMER CALVIT C
FrontLa - Dealet,
r ALEXANDRIA, LA .
-ENERAL DEALER S IN
LARGE and SMALL TRACTS OF
PINE, OAK & CYPRESS
Sugar and Cotton Farms and
Farming Lands, Mill
L n Sites, etqc.
A L80HOUSES XANDLOTS AND VA
. L cant lands M Alexandriaand ad
oining towns. Accurate estimates of all
ind of timber made. We have had
many years experience in this line and
guarantee satisfaction Taxes paid for
and non-resident lands looked after. Ab
stracts of titles furnished. Owners df
any kind of lands, houses, lots or vacant a
property who desire to sell will do well to
call and see us, as we have an extensive
acqnaiutance and believe tht we can I
find a purcheser if any one can.
OUR CHARGES ARE MODERATE.
Live and let live. Honest dealing and
e to assist in making AlhonsDslia the lara
pg.est.city in the State west ofts l Misi el(
sppt, our motto. a
t OLic corner Third and JacksdH o streets, a
One s tuare south of theMi
e REFERENCES-WH Howcott, New Or. 1
leans; Hon Dan T Settoon; Clerk District i
Court, Amrite Ciiy, La; Judge Wm Don
can, Baton Rouge, La; John H Kirby, i
Woodville, Texas; Hon Wmi F Vilas. ex
Seeretary of the Interior, Madison, Wi.
Sconsin ; Honorable M H McCord, !
ir Member Congre, Merrill, Wis; Hon Jos
,, H Woodworth, Ex-Register United States 1
j. Land Office, Wanpaca, Wis; Robinson &
[t Flinn, Detroit, Michigan; and others if
i, desired. [Aug 27 90-1y.
.u l na Int-resgingd
I. r al oand neetdv'osrwptea
or Loti~sA A.: -'
TrULAJ E COLLEGE HAS FOUR PAR
leading to the degree of A. B. or B. 8.
Tnlane High School has three courses,
Classical, Literary and Scientific, Meebad
Ical, with Manual Training School, and
prepares for Business or College. The H.
Sophie Newcomb Memorial College offers
facilities for higher education of Young
Women, with a preparatory department.
Next Annual Session begins October 1st,
1890. Medical College opens Monday,
October 20th. Law Department, Mon
day, November 17th.
I' Catalogues containing full informa
tion may be had upon application to the
Secretary of the University.
WM. PRESTON JOHNSTON,
President of University.
BA.T~ER - & - WTIL.
For Cheap Goods.
University High School
Male and Female Students.
MILITARY - DISCIPLINE - AND
NTEXT REGULAR SESSION BEGINS
September 1st, 1890, and closes
June 1st, 1891.
Primary, Business and Classical -De
Tuition..................$2, $3 and $4.
I Board, including lights and fuel,
$12 per month, in private families.
H. H. WHITE,
June 25-3m. Principal.
l:C EllillDT ATTRACTIOI I
Over A lion Distriuteil
La. StatecLottery C.
Mr Incorporated by the Legislature
for Educational and Charitable purposes,
and its franchise made a part of the pres
ent State Constitution, in 1879, by an over
whelming popular vote.
' ITS GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
DRAWINGS take place Semi-Annually,
(June and December,) and its GRAND
SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take
place in each of the other ten mtuniis in
the year, and are t:il 'dawn in publicat
the Academy of Music. New Orleans, La.
IVe do hereby aertify that we supervise the
arrangements for all the monthly and semi
annual drawings of the La. State Lottery
Company, and in person manage and control
the drawings. themselves, and that the same
are conducted with hon.ty, fairness, and in
good faith toward all parties, and we author
ize the Company to use this certifEcate, with
fac simile of our signatures attached, ia its
We, the undersigned banks and bank
ers will pay all prizes drawn in the Louis
iana State Lotteries which may be presen
ted at our counters.
R. M. WALMSLEY,
Pres. La. Nat. Bank.
Pres. State Nat. Bank.
Pres. N. O. Nat. Bank.
Pres. Union Nat, Bank.
Grand Monthly Drawing,
Will take place at the Academy of Musioc,
TUESDAY, OOTOBER 14,
100,000:Tickets at $20; Halves $10; Quar
tere $5; Tenths $2; Twentieths $1
LI8T OF PRIZES:
1 PRIZE!OF $300,000 is...... ..0 000
1 PRIZE OF 100,000 is.- .... 100 000
1 PRIZEOF 50,000 is...... 50000
1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is....... 25 000
2 Prizes of 10,000 are..... 20 000
5 Prizes of 5,000 are..... 25 000
25 Prizes of 1,000 are..... 05 000
100 Prizes of 500 are..... 50 000
200 Prizes of 300 are..... 620 000
500 Prizes of 200 are..... 100 000
100 Prizes of $500 are ......... $ 50 000
100 Prizes of 300 are......... 30 00
100 Prizes of 200 are......... 20 000
999 Prizes of $10 are..........$99 900
999 Prizes of 200 are........... 99 900
3,134 prizes amounting to.....$1,054,000
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
W For Cldb Rates, or any further in
formation desired, write legibly to the
undereigned, clearly stating y.our zesi
dence, with State, County, Street and
Number. More rapid return mPil delive
ry will be assured by your enclosing an
envelope bearing your full address.
All ordinary letters containing Postal
Notes, Money Orders issued by all Express
Companies or New York Exchange.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La,
Address registered letters containing
Currency to New Orleans National Bank,
New Orleans, La.
ATTENTION-The present charter of
the Louisiana State Lottey Company,
which is part of the Constitution of the
State, and by decision of the Supreme
Court of the United States, is an inviola
. ble contract between the State and the
SLottery Company, will remain in force
nuder any circumstances FIVE YEARS
LONGER, UNTIL 1895,
The Louisiana Legislature which- ad
- journed July 10th, voted by two thirds
majority in each House, to let the people
· decide at an election, whether the Lotte~
Sry shall eontinue from 1395 Until 1919
1The general impression Ia that THE PEO
SPLE W ILL FAVOR CONTINUANGE.-:;
AL EXANlDRIA, LA.
IT Calls will be aitirared hiitb i tf j
w'u ui J
Oatoria is Dr. Sam'l Piteher's obl hrlaness and s uis
Infants' -and Children's Com laints. Sn eror to a
Paregorio o' Naootio Syrups. Children or, for Castria. '
lions of Mothers bless Castoria.
Castoria cures Colic, Constintion "I recommend Cast oria for
Sour Stonimah, Diarrhoea, arctaon eoplsinte,a superortoany
Gire heathy s tp,; also aids WigeuiFon; known to me." o.A. Auasi,
Without narlo si on 111 o.Oord StBr
Ths Curmna ComQar, 77 murray it., Nwew
PVAB.D - &, - SCHLCALI
Corner Third and Murray 8t.,
M- e anufacturers Agents and Dealers in -
Pianos, Organs, Sheet.
GENERAL MUSICAL r MER.
SThe Celebrated Schubert Piano. The Smith and Co•ty Pianos,
dell adapted to our climate.
ITHE - CHICAG-O - COTTAGE 0
This Organ is nearly a perfect imitation in volume, sweetinessa,
tone of the Pape Organ.
iPianos and Organs Sold at Louw Cash Prices a
Payments on Time.
THE SCHUBERT P
is renowned for tone, construction, durabiity a
manufacturer's warranty or guarantee is&
everj purchaser of a Piano or a:
Organ from is.
- PIANO and ORGAN repairing and tuning a specialty. We have s
Maker and Tuoner in charge of our repair shop. All work
Call upon or write to us. We will treat yoe 0g1 tr
Correspondence solicited. Imperial Piano P
C DsL les,Improves t
TTend forB o~
The Original Wiis.
C.F.Simmons. St. Louis, Prop'r
8,40 in the U. S. Court DKI'ATS J.
II. eilin, Prop'r A. Q. Simmons Liv
r Reulator.Est'd by Zeillin 186.
M. A . . L. M." has for 4 years
cured IDoIzIoSBTONt DrJILOUsasNs,
AzPPzTITz SOUR STOMACH BTC.
Rev. T. B. Reams, Pastor M. K.
Church, Adams Tenn., writes: "1
think I should have been deed but
for your Genuine M. A. Sim
mons Liver Medicine. I have
sometimes had to substitute 1
"Zeilin's stuff" for your Medi.
cine, but it don't answer the
S .Dr, J. R. Graves, Editor The
SMemphis, Tenn. says:
Ireceved a packlageofurLiver
Medine and have used half it.
It workshke a charm. I want no
better Liver Regulator and cer
talily no more ofZeiTin's miture.
YFor eale lyJcob eOiger.
losl'1 Rhoviq £ 70t1
Keeps on hand for sal
Coal, Corn, a
iTP Will malie i
Cotton ond other pr
so pay the highst tb.
IT Agent forthe.
Machine Cop geraphetm ,
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