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The Hough Suit in the U. S.
District Court.
We publish in another column an
article signed by the defendants In
that case, as taken from the North
Louisiana Journal, which we consid
er of some importance to the citizens
of Concordla parish, as one of the par
ishes belonging to the District inter.
ested in the oesult of that suit, dur
ing the investigation of which, any
crookedness that may have taken
place during said electiol ln our par
ish will no doubt be ventilated
We have already laid before our
read.rs. a copy of the petition filed
., ,Tjudge H lougin n tub1. l. Difstlic
Conrt, stiting at Monroe, and have
also publIshed a lengthy article from
the Morehouse Clarlon, reviewing the
bearing of the matter, as being of in
terest to the 5thi Congressional Dis
trict. Oar position upon the question
of fraudulent elections have been
freely stated heretofore-the time has
been, and not many years ago, that.
our country was ruled and governed
by incompetent men, bei:g thrust ln
to office by the most ignorant class of
our population, causing the material
interest of the property holders and
tax-payers to suffer--this fact gave
a reasonable excuse for our people to
make an effort to control the elections.
We think now, that the reasons that
thlen existed, have patssed awavy-and i
feeling that our liberties are endan
gered by acontinuence of inlterfering
with the dearest bioon ieloniging to
the .\mlterletn c:izen--that of the
right i suft'rtgge-it is our diuty to
protect every man Iierirng legally the
right to volt, and hold that right sa.
reed --it.s hetter to sufller wronlg sonie
tir~ tihatn strik,. alt ti:e Ibase of liber
T'I!, Iru,.t.le now hb.ing tnr d in IIl
ili. \1i-. oullri. ( hioalind other < ltate(
re nn 'ii : f int the I, racltice tf ilter
fri: '. lo n**, ough! t. Le
r:ttmui:hl to il i ,I r citiztu- , it is tain -
oierl; 'ith n L rritric, i,, c h, g toi
hali.t- ' n llctl I llll Ie n :,, lued hdti
~oi' a, 1 ii -. T i.e ho t i"tn icnl :1tir.
luti t ,i , Iilt' i l ,:, ," fir n l .
I \e o . ", :i ":iro i ith a tite c rilaie ti
ero ,t lle le .-- d ti' o it the ith t l I
udene by n Successnor, <h s. or
i lndih, itvl:AlI in tesI t leir n pirtnal
: ti i is . q-' .
di nt of o~ti fi;cnii i Iaenli to think
thi ! ,iI,,; Lt: ,tuIv chanugrd somewhat,
we m,", a ure ull that we viland in
tlh raill !- of hell ('eOn'rv, ativeIlonl h
1;,an partv of i sItlialns a < organized
hi-L year.
iThe ( ity Teml notlces the non, i in
n ! ll .r. EMilr ille lostll by thll Repulb.
icalI 'onvention whilch tmet reuettli
in the Parish of Wt. ('harles, its a lug
lstrl;de towardl placnlical rcform. As
Judge ols t is a Democrat ant has the
nomilnation o the iteopublieal s of a
strong Rlpuililican Judilial District,
it would occur to It plaitn manl. ltnteI
quainted witll the rulets of luoderni
politics, t iat no opposition is possible
against .iludge Rost's election. Neev
ertiheless, the Watcbman is by io0
imea.ns sanguine in anlt'ipating scthll
a result. Mir. Rost isa gentieta,
and ie was iqulle pronounced in his
atdvocacy cif lien. Franels Tr. Nicholls
icn the last gubcernatorla struggle,
Thohe are reasons euttflelent to set itn
motion the saute deadly mtachine
whici coiuted out Judge Itongh act
Judge Fontcilct ; and which coteiltd
in a constitutional amenldmenrt which
was voted out by a popular majority
of not less than fifty thousand votes !
With sad but sincere misgivings, we
admonish Judge Rost and our friends
of The Ttem to beware of the ".'lfa
sheen !" A hove all gentleman, don't
count your chikeuns before they are
hatched; don't holler until you hasve
heard front all the boxes in thera, all
the boxes in Tensas and allni the gay
little village of Vidalia. witicih in
election. judlial or otherw ise, pos.
sesses the magical power ofloultlly-.
ing herself seventeen lictles !-- outh
ern WVaIehmiian.
NOt'rucl--In anothier column will
be found an article in whicth all
(whether they will or no) are Inter
ested. Neglecting to read it noly
prove a very serious as well as at. ex
pensive aftair. We refer to the ad
vertisement of Prickly Ash Bitters.
A knowledge of its merits and the
benefit you or your family may de
rive front using it will save not only
health btut mtiany dollars otherwise
expendeld In "Doctors hills,"
Republican Nomination for
We give below an editorial of the
St. Charles Herald, which expresse
our feelings, wishes and hopes, me
fully and clearly, that we copy it en
tire and give it full endorsement. We
hope our friends will give it serious
attention, and consult the interest of
the State Instead of politicians:
"The Republicans of this Judicial
District, bmprising the parishes of
St. John, St. Charles and Jefferson,
in their nomination of Hon. Emile
Rost as candidate for judge, have
given the first earnest of theextentto
wsileb the people. at Jp!Itbe*ýlpe
licans of Loulsiani. are willinf and
determined to lay aside partisan feel
ing for the political redemption of the
JMr. Roest is not nor has heever been
-a Republican. The cause of his nom
Ination was simply his known per
sonalintegrity and ability and the
knowledge by his political opponents
throughout the district that, asludge
he would honestly and impartially
discharge his duty.
The Herald, knowingly, also slates
that the convention, representing the
Republicans of the district desired to
evidence by this nomination their In
tent, for the present, to ignore parti
san feeling in all elections where the
welfare of the State is concerned
Now, so far as the Republican mases
dare concerned, there should be no
doubt that this action of the partyln
this district will meet with approval.
In every step toward reform in State
and municipal gov-rnment the Re
pnhlicans will, in absolute good faith
join the reform element of their polit
cu! opponents in the accomplishment
of thi.s common object. In this deter
ni:natiin there is no division in Re
pulliean ranks. Whoever charges
the con;trary either ignorantly, or
v:llftillyv misrereesents the real fact.
Tl:e, oly thing which can prevent
t:w sniece· of the reform movement
witll be te;, failure of the democrats,
whi clatinl tio e-ire such reform, to!
Ir- thIir dulty, Iby hesitancy or lack ofi
ýic, ,.l!i'io'~is tiher part to wtake
p rl 'anl fr:ci ;i i.. is e-rvienu to the
puiilh' welfare.
At the i-est. iith aul! proper rombi
'i.*tii ti ii ip"n the rsasets out," In
[i. ip- tn;ia, ~17i it e a *littlenit task
i avii ci ntrotl ,f all thie mnehinery
.f c:tionl tie eltection of icrsonus to
recite a,,l ,unat the ballots , hold
iln l. tih t' .:lt tice lles, anld influence
over the InUltiipal, un.cruptlous In
'lhir polit ial conduct, claiming reg
uhlritv in their party orranizatlon,
, trhe, mebn,;t till thave many
ndvauntages over their opponents in
the contet. . Iven the supposed re
bull' whh thoseo called Ring has re
ce!ved from President Cleveland will'
uily the more induce to greater ef
tirts for Picess. Yet if the voters,
Ihroulghlut the State who earnestly
,ldeire a chan!ge. and who unquestion
ably constitule a large majority, firm
ly combile their strength, and act as
uselllishly asn have the Republicans
of this district, there will be an ettle
lent strength, powerful enough to se
cutre the desired reform.
It remains, mainly, for the conser
vative i)emocralt of the State to say
whether they are to perform their
part of the work.
A Stpry of Alcalde Justice.
It was In one of the northern mines;
and the alcalde had a slow, peculiar
delivery, and a mild, gentle, persua-'
sive manner. To him one day a well
dressed young nian who had stolen ai
purse, and tried to escape on horse
back, was brought for punishment;
the evidence being so clear, that after
five minutes' listening to the testi
mony, the alcalde said, in his most
seductive acenCts
"Would you like to haves a jury
trial, my son ?"
"No, judge; It is not worth while
to do that."
"All right, my son. Now you must
return the dust you stole."
"Certainly, judge."
".\And the court regrets the necesaty
but really, my son, you ought to pay!
costs, two ounces "
"Oil, I can stand that; here it is,
and thank ye, judge."
"'Now the court is fully satlefed,
with the exception of one trifling;
formality. Boys, take him out, and
ive him thirty-niulne lashes, well laid
As a raindrop foretells a storm, sol
dose pimple upon human body fudi
cato health-destoying virus in the
blood, which can he neutralized and
expelled only by Dr Harter's Tone
The Tensas Suit in the U. S.
District Court.
To Editor North Louislana Journal:
In your issue of the 25th instant
you published an article in which
it is stated that Wade H. Hough has
sued the undersigned for damages
caused him by our alleged illegal acts
as commissioners of eleetion, at the
last State election, at which the said
Rough wes a candidate for Judge of
the 9th District Court. As a matter
of fhct we were not commissioners of
The principal ground for damages
lted in Hough's petition, is the
tha it was seeseary feer a vi4di
eation of his character against certain
charges made against him as a man
and a Judge, that he should be re
elected tothejudgeshp. Hough bav
ing opened the question of character,
we desire to publish with this card
the petition of certain citizens of good
standing in this community, which
contains the alleged slanderoOs
charges from which Rough pretends
he desires a vindication, and which
petition was filed wtth the then At
torney General, in the summer of
When this suit comes to trial, we
propose to prove the truth of every
charge contained in the petition to
the Attorney General, and that the
true reason why Bough was defeated
at the late election was that every
voter in the district knew that he
was guilty of the vicious misconduct
there charged against him, and felt
that the bench had too long been pol
luted by his beastiality.
We ask that in justice to us, you
publish this card, with the asoompa
nying copy of the petition to the At.
torney General, referred to above.
G. C. Uoldmen,
C. C. Cordill,
John Murdeoh,
W. C. Young,
Jos curry,
W. M. Davidson.
James Curry.
St. Joseph, La., April 28, 1885.
To ti,e Hon. James C. Eagan. A ttor
Itny ,:eneraI S5et of Loutsnans
The petition of the undersigned cit
Izons of the Parishes of Tensas and
Concordia, composing the 9th Judici
al l)-trlct, with respect represent
that Wade ti. thiigh, who was elect
ed Judge of the said District at an
election held in December 1880 and
who now exercises the functions of
the sail office and enjoys the emolu
ments thereof, is guilty of malfeas
anco in office; of incompetoncy and
favorltism, and ofgross misconduct.
That the said Wade H. Ilough is ig
norant of the laws and Jurisprudence
of the State, and administers instead
thereof a system of justice peculiar to
himself, in utter disregard of said
laws and Jurisprudence. That he is
inattentive to and neglectful of his
duties, and sometimes sleeps, and
constantly reads newspapers, while
presiding In the trial of Important
cases. That he is in general utterly
unfit and incompetent, through his
said ignorance and neglect and gross
partiality and prejudice, to discharge
the duties of said office.
That the said Wade H. Hough is
guilty of constant gross misconduct
in that, whilst holding the sessions
of his Court, he habitually passes a
part of his time in the pursuit of
white and colored prostitutes and the
indulgence of his lecherous habits
and passions, to the scandal of all,
good citizens, and that the said
Bough has become so notorious in the
indulgence of said habits, that his
manner has become offensive to all
decent and well conducted females,
and his presence in their society an
Wherefore, the premises consider
ed, petitioners pray that a suit be in
stituted and prosecuted in accordance
with the provisions of the law in cases
made, for the removal of the said
Wade H. Hough from the office of
Judge of the samid Ninth Judicial Dis
trict, and for such other and general
relief in the premises as the provis
ions of the law and the nature of the
case may require.
W C Young, Sh'f Wade R Younig,
Z York, Jno H Halsey,
( Go S. Sawyer, J Floyd King.
(leo W. Williams, J 11 Taylor, M D.
iHW Russum, Patrick White,
CGillam Wood C C Hopper,
Green itird, A G Wood,
i David Dunn, Fred Stanton,
W T Clarkson John O'Brien,
I Edward Bird, W O Fulton,
I Walintz, Daniel O'Leary,
E. F Pollard, 8. R. Jones,
IGeo W Lewis. Elijah Gibson,
S P Gibson AE Bennett,
SJames Behan, Wm Mattbews,
Harrison Miller, James soully.
Frenal 8. hlelds.
AfAtas at Rosalie Cotton Kills
An essurrenoe took place in our
nelghbbrini, city of Natchez, on Tues
day lamstt the Rosalle Cotton Mills,
which gave rise to a great deal of vir
tuous istlgastion among all the good
It seems that a man by the nameof
. Odoeneimer, employed as eecreta
ry of te mill, made a felonious as
sult upon one of the female opera
tives, ihis office. She gave the
alarm whiteh mmediately brought
several to her aid.
The esutsement became so great'
that it was with diffieulty the police
couldpalwent lynehlng. They how
J3 . ..w pled ladmtwlder bond to
appear or trial nest morning.
Noet morning his frlends asked
an Indednltoe sntlnaunee on account.
of absere eo council. notwithstand
Ing theDistrlot Court was In session,
and he-could have had as many law
yers as he wanted. The continuance
was grarted, and Squire Parsons re
ferred the ease to committee of the
fellows briends, members of the Board
ot Direetor of she Cotton Mills; we
suppose they will act as a branch of
theJustces Court, having power to
sit from day to day as long as they
please. That committee has already
announeed to the people that Oden
helmer denies every thing. How
strange that felons deny thier guilt,
how many convictions would our
Courts have if they waited for crlml
nals to plead guilty. It is reported
that some ef his friends have stated
that the female Is "nothing but a Ihe
trry girl, and there is no use of any
excitement about it 1"
It is alse believed, by many that
as efflbrti being made to injure the
reputatioen of a respectable young
lady, who unfortunately has no near
relations to look to for protection or
support, but thrown upon herown re
somroes for a living by honest labor;
and all this to protect a man unwor
thy the respect of decent people.
We await the decision of the
Squire's Committee of Investigatiog,
and also the action of the Directors,
toseetfthey do, as we are informed
one of their principle men have said
they would-retain Odenheimer. We
are proud of our manufa.'ttre'rs, but
it they espect to run the mills with
such material we fear the result.
We sar, in the language of Democ
One of our Vidalia young men with
a pugllistic turn of mind, 'and bent
on whipping a certain party who he
imagined had in some way offended
him, started out on a search tor Mr. J.
Information was soon conveyed to
Mr. J., that Mr. -- was looking for
him with the intention of whipping
him; whereupon a conspiracy was
formed to play a joke on Mr. - Mr.
J. wenttoFred's Holsoe, and pretend
ing to be drunk, demanded to know
where Sr. - was who had been
blasphbening him all day; whereup
an, Squire Brady, who, by the way,
was the chief conspirator, grabbed
hold of Mr. J. and pretended that he'
wantedto take the stick that Mr. J.
had in his hand, away from him, at
the same time yelling. "For God.
sake, don't hit him." Squire Brady
having at length succeeded in wrest
ling the stick out of Mr. J.'s hands,
Mr. J. dived into his pockets and
pulled out something that resembled
a pistol but which was only a short
piece cuat off of a gun barrel ; Brady
at the same time exclaiming, "For
(;od-sake, don't shoot." Mr. - could
stand it no longer, he made a leap
over billiard tables and the last
thing seen ot him he was going
through the door as fast as his legs
would carry him ; we are told that he
reached his boarding house that night
at a late hour and retired after first
cautioning his landlady to inform
any one that should call, that he was
not in' One ofour parish officlals
came toin Just as Mr. J. pulled out his
pieceofgun barrel, and the question
that everyone is trying to solve, is
who beat to the half mile post, as
when last seen it seemed to be an
even race, but the chances are that
Sthe offical beat Mr. -
From the Gretna Coulrlerof ,May
Oth, we regret to notice the death of
theeldest sonofMrs. A. H. Hilde
brand, the edltres--aged 7 years and
7 months. Theeditorof the EAoiLE
can symapathise with her,in the loss of
little"Buddie"as only those who have
experiineed like bereavment, can.
Miss Elenora Chase who has been
on a vilsitof several weeks to her rel
ativetws at Markvillle, has returned.
Or efficient Deiuty clerk, A. J.
Chaze, celebrated lis 80th. birth day
on the 9th of May; ie extend to him
our congratulations and wish him
many happy returnoof the day.
The Grand Lodga tnlihtla of Pyth
las of the State of 1salelssippi, have
been in session in Natchez during the
past week. There was from sixty to
seventy delegates in attendance.
Director General Burke has tender
ed his resignation to the President
and Board of Management of the
World's Industrial and Cotton Cen
tennial Exposition. which was ac
cepted by the Board to take effect
jay 20th.
We have `s n br:
decision rend h d JCge Boarma,,.
U. P. Ciroa rJnd dg for the Western
District oftLolesana, in the suits of
Carpenter, Dicks & Co.. vs. Wilmer
Shields; and Wilmer Shields vs.
Carpenter, Dicks & Co.. was not such
a victory for Shields as was first sup
posed. The only thing Judge Boar
man decided was, that at the time
Shields lord out his injnnc.ion and
Carpente*, Dicks & Co., their counter
injunaeloo, that Shfulds was in the
possession of the Bullitt's Bayou
Landing, and maintained his linJune
tion. The question as to who has the
better claim to the landing, or wheth
er the court will recognize Carpenter
Dicks & .o's. lease from White, or
Shleld's lease, is yet to be decided.
Tae white children of the public
schoolsof Vidalia had their annual
pintic last Tuesday. At , o'clock
the scholars accompanied by tle!r
parents, and by almost all the young
ladles and gentlemen of Vidalila as
sembled in front of the residence of
Mr. J. Joyce. At ten o'clock condnto
tor Polly having annnnonced "al'
aboard," all crowded on the car, and
after a run of twenty-five minutes ar
rived safely at the Bayou. The crowd
soon dispersed. some tro fish. others to
swing while the older ones tripped
the light fantastic to the delicious
music furnushed by i)avis' strmin
band. Everybody seemed to v!e
with each other in making the chil
dren enjoy themselves. The whist
ling of the locomotive mtuch to the re
gret of every one, announ:ced that the
hour had arrived for v'-ry one to
board the train for holme. and in a
short time was back in Vidalia again.
Much thanks Is idue to engincer Bird.
and conductor Polly for pains taken
by them to make the affair a success.
In order that all might enjoy t:ian- 1
selves. They are certainly the right
men in in the right place.
Our Washington Letter.
Washington. May II, S5.%.
The past week has been an excep
tlonal one in somne respects at the
White House. Monday, theorchsion
of the President's excursion to Get
tyshurg, was the first day he has
spent away from the Ma:nson since
lheentered it. Saturday was thofirst
day that he has closed his doors to
callers and declared himself invisible.
He decided sometime ago that he
would have to reserve one day of the
week for himself when he would be
inaccessible to oftee-seekers, auto
graph beggers and other borers. Sat
urday last he rigidly kept his day
Visitors baseiged the doorkeepers in
crowds Senators and Members of
the IHouse, individual oilice seekers
and oticc seekerrs i, ,iiderations, call
ed in as large ntnmbers as if there had
been Ino announcelent given of Mr.
Cleveland's intention to have closed
doors. The doorkeepers however.
were equal to their orders, and no
amount of Indignation availed a call
er in his efforts to assend thie stair
case or send uip a card. The cabinet
members were the only ones wlho
could pass the portals, and make fur
ther progress than the East ioom
9 here has been no falling off in the
numbero otffice-seekers during the
past week. Sonime Senators who went
to their homes a fortnight ago have
returned. They left in order to get
rid of their constituents who were
here, and now they come back to get
rid of their connstituents at home.
Among the daily vlitrs it is no
ticed that there are three geuntleruen
who receive special attention and do
very little waiing in corriders and
ante-roonls. 'They are ex-.pcnt sr
Randall, Senator Goriman and (hair
man Barnnum.
Young man, if you build up a good
namelt will stand like a motrlument,
so you won't need a large tolb-s;ollne
when dead.-Peek's Sun,
/ NIear trs r f the lr ,
Capt. John Orr, Pearlington Miss.,te
been a most intense sufferer from facial
neuralgia for over twenty yemars He he
had seventeen oýperation performed ea
the nerves-that is, had them divided, ut
offclose to the bone from which they
emerge. But this neverdid him anymood
the most excruciating pain continued
without the least.lnterruption. lie ofle
wished for death to relieve him of the in
tolerable pain. The best physicians failed
to relieve him. They finallydvised him
to consult Drn. Hartman & Miller, at the
St. Charles Hotel, New Orleans, which
hedid. They prescribed PauttA, and
in less than a month wasentirely relieved
of the pain. Before consulting these doe
tors he least touch to any part of hisface
or nose would cause the most fearful pain,
while now he can blow his nose and wipe
his face without the least fear of pain.
The captain is grateful beyond measure
for this unexpecte andlheuri forare
'str. Eliz, Ia. Kenrw, Lauremtmie
-"- Uý- -re.- bee-ne of the reat
eat sta iers from Ne n.esia se the face
during the past ýh-tat we ha, ever
heard or. From rsoreing 4o night, ,4y
from nigh: , moslag, ther was one
constant, racking, letlg, burnIng pain,
eatendingclear argspd her head and deep
down through emery muscle, tooth and
bone in her face. ie rest and no sleep.
All physicians failed to relieve her, as
well as all remedies, She was constantly
in the most agonizing despair. She called
on Dr. Har tllsn, who said the cause was
chronic catarrl, He react ibed Psaael
for her and now every pain has left her.
She feels like another person and can eat
heartily and sleep soundly.
Mrs. C.J. Miles, Gllipolis, 0., writes:
" DR. S. B. HARTntaw & Co., Columbus,
O. M v afiction has een rheumatism, lo-.
cated in the right arm and shoulder, of
more than two years' standing, and after
trying a great many remedies without any
relief, I commenael the use of PRstNUA,
which, after using three bottles, found a
decided change for the better. I contin
ned to use it and now feel entirely well."
Huldah Ward Wellston,O., writes: "I
have been atflicled fof years with that
dreaded disease catarrh. I tried a great
many different klada of medicine, but to
no effect. I comnmslesd taking vnur Pu-,
U'IA about nine months ago; have tak
en about ten bottleq It is doing me much
good. By its continued use I hopeto be
entirely cured."
Dr. A. B. Lovy, Dadeville, Ala.,
writes: "I have ane run on your Pa.
amsA and MlAWA . Please send me a
lot of books" The la of Life."
( hilcng (Ill.) irad says: "Presl
letit Ctlevcland ldfortuoate in many
ways In hr.ving he first declaration
of war on his admnlistratin come
from Louisiana. Th e ptliti's of that
state have been %. corrupt and de
grading as any Lh: i history has ever
taken noteof, and It has produced
more liars, perjurers, elFi';i place
hunters and disreputabhes generally
than it has b,en easy to keep in mind
In the last volume issued by the
Geoloitical survey of Indiat is alln c
count ofa fleiy erul tioil Itin otne of
the mud voicaunos e on ('hieduba Is
land. A hldy of flame Co feet in cir
cuinference is Said to have at otlle
time reached an elevation of 2409 feet
-petroleuru !,tiltg the e:liane.
When our l,laulers once more re
,ali a position of independ-tnce aid
ease, then 'c^i we rieet the itml
rgrnnt with the one argUnntlhit-l tht
iif local prosperily :and sIeee.is. The
settlement of our Stnte would then
follow as a ni telr of coulrse. and all
trades and caliie:s dol enldeli uponll
large and !+, -Bing ngr. t .Iltural
comiimuntity , c,;ld reachl their highest
dleveloplent I --i iaih.
Dr. Phiillp'o atl :'cates, in a Ger
man seientil journal, the geenral
utle of uitgar It a regular article of di
et liltr forty years he has eaten at
least a nuarrer of a pound daily, nit
toutinin  sttgar-!o'rming su t atineea
taken ml tlhr cl-uue time, anid nas
found it very heu!,lhfl. Menis con
ditio wcu ld t e Creatly itl-proved It
tihe tne of sulgar .should subsln titutle
that of alcohol,
rTh ed , eor, ýn It I irh p_ o
. .lll.itl, I si uhowIl3ih.ur ,altlihiw dlj ai'v
oi Nruru ia.
1( :J Rti l "la _u:llflt'ewe '; P eLIieflha
htlidlluw and tlr,
I' ol fin' niisle , - in:. ,'1 • pr dirt. )
i'- 'ic Hl ptt a-t ,sits ihin ' ,' it ,n of It. r
ec.. thle srllmlemrn ant i u ryes.
letr lni'rlctnitil Fe. . Ii liutude, laket of
as " " t'litllnti bhr. 5:ITe tride nily k ann
cr,aed red lines cun wiallper. Take tioo str.
llu.se mews In Iasc . 5[ w 5l sI

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