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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 September 1887

WEEKLY TAT-ESMAN. 0L- XVI. " AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8 18S7. NO 43 us f t WASHINGTON. i j ilsetiriR of tho International Medi- cal Congress and the Organ- ization Thereof. I List of Chairmen of the Various Sections Address by Secre- tary Bayard. t; u Washington September 5. The Inter national Medical Congress met here to day. After the election of a president and Secretary the congress proceeded to choose Other offioers. Doctors Wm. B. Atkinson Of Philadelphia; Geo. Byrd Harrison of Washirgton; Henry Bangs of Franoe ir-re elected as associate secretaries. Dr. E. S. Arnold of New York as treasurer; in. Siiehard C. Donglin of Philadelphia as chairman of the finance committee; Pr. Henry N. Smith of Philadelphia as 4 chairman of the exooutive committee and I Dr. A. Y.P.Girnett of Washington ohair- man of the committee of arrangements. i Following is a list of (; 'i I'BKS1IENTA OF SECTIONS. A. B. Arnobi M. D. general medi- i oine. '" S- Br56S9i M D Beneral 8W- fgerT. t Henry H....

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8 1887. WEEKLY STATES3IAX. AUSTIN i HAS. dATF OF SUBSCRIPTION. 1.00 DlJ montn 2 W Three month r'M lixmoottai.... 1000 IWIIHI"""" CKDiT DAtt.1 fJv montna.. fajuui "" vitur. lx Liontni Twelvemonth iwiBuii.T lit AtivAiica. $0.75 1 Postage free to all parte of tte United Btalee and Bemlt hv oraft on Aoetln P. O. money order postal note registered letter or exi'reee eamole f vpiea aeni uh uh ijijiiit4uii. all Papkioi Discohtijicid at ihi SxruunoH Of tb Tun Paid mn. Huhecribera Ul p lease obeerve the date on their "appere. tj-becribers wletlne addree ot Paper changed will state In their application both the eld and new address. stR. P. A. SCOTT la In ceare of be city tan ecrlpdon dcwnroent of Tux matxhmah jna toTpWntt br notices erf change. Klven to bin ;or d Tthta office will have prompt attention flcbecribere who do not rowlye tfcelr paper reen- Urly. are riuti to noUfy the onice. bub- Icrllire are varced not to w their eabecrlpUon except npa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. SEPTEMBER THURSDAY. 8 18S7. ecomo blood orated trial nated. ores 3ood' I they 1 that ' me. la ade Mo. .50. them older thin Hi hape i are is re- ;ue is iccea ag?r i has re the svills has oung of lease. i once ig on siyers un-'nter-ilder ways leied i the n by it h) ound ming ias a ipat 9 his stop ; i th itioo j rd at ; nthe ' it dog j; i ad-. ? i de-i esent T regn- P t ad- ence bo- lanit and iobl nself 'here uests kiss- mine ger ders cat aniel the pbto lieart in be ; but liel ack" day ;only bore raito dnot bone large bthei oney over f the r.fc" male! ipeart rica.j hcsl Thel con-spas'-iea their 'flrstl the f died conn cine' ite? W ; se! ha. tlx med je J' wer their hind abis eyed THE FLOODS. Central and Northern Texas Soak- ed and Their Lowlands Inundated. Great Parts of the Towns of Morgan and Whitney Washed Away. Loss to Railroads. Moboan August 31. The hardest rain J that ever fell in this county was that 1 whioh began at 9:30 o'clock night before I last and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 September 1887

i AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8 1887. SYSTEMS OF STATES. THE UNITED If Jay Goold has not already through the agenoy of other syndicates his favor- ite mode of operating practically secured control of the Baltimore & Ohio telegraph nyetern there is little doubt he will event- ually do so. It is evidently the intention of the great millionaire and in his oase with the prodigious money power at his disposal the old adage "where there is a will there is a way" is especially applica ble. A consolidation of the westorn ITnion and Baltimore & Ohio linen is of vADt imnortanoe to the people of this . k . country. It would be the strongest most exten sive telegraph system in the world and at the same time one of the most powerful monopolies that have grown op under the shadow of onr government. The Baltimore fc Ohio system the only fnrmiiiiihln rival the Westorn Union has ever had works over 60000 miles of wire rroinof wio.OOO miles of the Western ' r -- ' Union; empl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN 'SEPTEMBER THURSDAY. 8 1837. rti- aa s GOVERNMENTAL What is Going on in the State De- partments. Ah Eptoine 01 What Was Learned at the Capitol t'roia Thursday's Daily Governor Ru s returned t. ttie city yes- terday afternoon on tin special that was made np at Waco. Ho reports heavy rains np the c uutry doi.i considerable damage. His farm near Waco was sob- merged and hji crops badly injured if not wholly destroyed. SnperinteudeLt Cooper has received the following: Pitxsbubo Texts. Can die cuuuty judge authorize the anti trustees to have no prohibition teachers? And can they keep a com- munity out of a school on account of they can't gt no anti teatther? Can they exclude a teacher on account of him being a prohibitionist ? His reply to the querry is very brief but strikingly to the point. He says pro- hibition Has no; hi to do with school af fairs and the county judge has no right to make such uu order as is mentioned. The treasurer paid out yesterday about $1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8 1887. it t I 1 ; ; I i .i 'i it . t. ! I:1 J ! : 'J ! l i 3 J !'! I i i if 1 1 'i ;i Ml fi iPflmrspYTHJiiiTll ' tnsnaismiBuif INVALUABLE FOU BUBN8 BtWBTONS DIAREHfEA CHAV IHOS STiNGS OF INSECTS. PILES SORE EfES BORE FEET THE WONDER OF HEALING! For Pile Itllnil Itlcrdln or Iteh IMS it It the greatest known remedy. For Burn Mrald. WmiihIn nrtilwrt) Jjnd Rnralnx It 1 unequalled atopplng P' ibd healing la marvellous manner. For Inflamed and Wore Fye.Ita effect Upon then delicate organs la aluiply marvelloua. It U the radio' Frlprtd.-All fomal omplalnta yield to Its wondrous powor. For Uloern Old fcoreK or Open Wound TonlhaHir Farrarlie lllle of Inarct More Feet inaction upon the. U moat remarkable. RKCOlUMENUElt HT PUTSlCIASSt VSEB IN HOSPITALS! Caution. POND'S EXTRACT hat been im. tatrd. The genuine hat the viordt "POND'S EXTRACT" blown in the glat; and our picture trade-mark on lurrnundivg bug wrapper. None other it genuine. Alvmy intiit ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 September 1887

iUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 8 C887. Don't Langta at Kerroua People. Their sufferings are very real although you with your vigorous physique and strong nerves can scarcely believe It. Bather sug- gest the use of Hostetter's Stomach Sitters which in removing every trace of dyspepsia fend regulating the liver and bowels strikes at and extirpates the most prolific cause of chronio nervous trouble. That nerve-shattering disease fever and ague is among the formidable ailments to the removal of which this genial remedy is specially adapted. Ner- vous prostration resulting from prolonged mental or physical effort is also a state ot the system where the intervention of this tonic is very desirable more particularly as its use is to quiet and relax the tension of over-wrought nerves. The Biiters are in- valuable in rheumatism neuralgia and kid- ney troubles. Employ no substitute lor it. GuLLETFS (P I M MAGNOLIA Olinl fpr AM IT E LA. The Foremost Standard Cotton Gin of the world....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTOIBER 8 1837. n ; j. ii! You- weiot PURE lsr perfect mad ltssnperior excellence In niil!.r i f home for ni'ir than aqiiirfa-r re nii.rv. It Is reed bv th- I'nlwd Ma'.- t'tern:nn. tn.irsd hv the' bd of the l.rvs' rr.hersi'i-s a irr Mn"' I'lpe-t ni m si II.lthf;il. Vr. I n.v s the oi.lv rakirg !'" rf- r t! t doe r t cniiua Atnninn'ia. Lime or Alam. Si'donly in I ans TRICE BAKING IWVPER lO JiEWT.HK CUkiilC ST. LOVIS. A Hue Melon. "I watit tlie ltjgest c;iil lt watermelon In that lot" he ku.I us he surveyed a great pile of a;ermelous in front of a Woodward aver.oe grocery. "Yes sir here it U best melon Tve teen this year." Plu j it" was the brusque command. Yc a ii splendid red core. Shall I put it on icei" The purcliar 1rvw fpirn bis pocket a flask of port wine andproceeIed to pour the con- tents into the orifice. The melon readily ab- sorbed the liquid and whea the plug was re- placed the man chuckled: "He! he! bel I want that melon sent to the t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 September 1887

WEEKLY :atesman. VOL- XVI. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15 1SS7. NO 43 AUSTIN SI THE OUTLAWS. Arrest of a Man Who Confesses to Being in the McNeill Robbery. A Completely Eound Boot-heel Gave Him Away Highly Interesting Events. Speu&l Telecimn to the Statesman. San Antonio September 12. "We've trapped the birds this time dead suiv" said Constable Ed. Stevens this morning and Deputy United Statos Marshal Baile;' standing by corroborated the emphatic assertion. These two officers left the city on Friday last their destination being Medina City in Bandera county. Prior to reaching this place they were joined by Sheriff Buck Hamil- ton. From Medina City they went in a westerly direction about two miles to the house of a' man named John Cresawoll reaching thtoe about daybreak baturdny morning bharil Hamilton knocked at the door and calling Creeswell by name told him to come out. Cresswell qoiokiy answered the summoupa and taking" Buok Hamilton for a friend named Dr. Johnson ebook...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STA'l aSMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15 1887. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN itXAB. RATFf OF SUBSCRIPTION. OiJt monu Three months.. f ixmontha vve untns. f l.ou 2.50 :.uo 10.00 .. J2.00 . 1.00 CM DAT DAO.1 Twelve months. tlx nonl 'v. ...... .ni;T V muntns Twelve moBtha 1 1NVAHIABLT IH OY. f ostage tree to all part of the United Btatea and Cenari Kemlt by draft on Austin P. O. money order n-jetal note registered letter or exj-reea bample tsplea sent tree on application. ALL PaPB DiacONTINUID At THB KlPIKATIOS Of thi Till Paid fob. HntmrrUiora will uleaee observe the date on their appers. aubscrlliers wishing addresa ot paper changed wVI state In their application both the eld and new address. DIR. F. A. tiCOTT la In charge ot he city snn- crlytlonrtrastiDentof Thb bTATasmii. and aJi soaplainte or notices tit changes ((Wen to him or left it this office will have prompt attention. rluhscrlWe who do not receive their paper rf?u- lrl. are reque.u-d to notify the onloa. bub- hcrllwrs ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. SEPTEMBER THURSDAY. 15 1887. 3 M 1 THESTATE. Mysterious Assassination near Jef- fersonBody of the Mur- dered Man Found. Two Mora Alleged Train Bobbers Arrested near Schuienberg. Fataily Burned. The Very Latest From Manchaca. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Manchaca September 11 (2-30 a m.) Nothing haa been heard of the two men who are out. Two posses of at least twenty men are on the watch pioketing the whole country. The men will be in great In ok if not caught but nothing is heard of them up to this time. About 8 o'clock to-night as the train pulled out of Dupree eight shots were heard there' bnt no cause has been fonud for them. The last seen of the two men was about 12 noon a half mile from where the fight oocurred. They took a negro man's horse that was staked out in a cornfield rode him to the fenoe took the rope off and left him. They were barefooted and bareheaded. Each wore a six-shooter. ASSASSINATED. A Citizen of Bast Texas Mysteriously Shot Do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. TIIURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15 1837. TEXAS FOR TEXAN9. Now that many of our citizens are re- turning from the north where they have been sweltering in the heat to the tone of a thousand or two dollars for the summer It may not be out of place to call their at- tention to the fact while they can thor- oughly appreciate it that Texas has as pleasant a watering place and as glorious a seaside resort as any our tourists found after going many thousand miles. It is high time that our Texas people should cease playing the roll of "the gullable" in endeavoring to be fashionable and "going north" every summer to be miserable in more ways than one when within the con- fines and along the coast of oar grand stat3 ney can find all the com- fort and luxury to be seoured anywhere in America. So far as a sea- side resort is concerned the people of Austin have within a day's journey of them the lovliest spot that ever adorned and beautified the coast of any oonntry. The Goddess o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 September 1887

MJSTTN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. AUGUST 15 (887. 5 LECTUBE OF PRACTICAL HINTS Delivered by .Prof. J. J. Anderson in College Hall September 5 '87 and Published by Be- quest of the Students. Young Ladles and Gentlemen of the C. B. College and Visiting Friends: Yon are training young ladies and gen- tlemen for your life-work in the evening radiance of the Nineteenth centnry. The dawn of the Twentieth oentnry will be the morning of yonr business activity. I con- gratulate yon on living at this time and preparing to do your part in the business of the Twentieth century. Yon will have giants for support and to oombat armed with the experience and inventions of the past and what is still to be achieved be- fore the clook of heaven Btrikee the Nine- teenth century adjourned. Yon are now the architects of yonr own future happi- ness and fortune. Build well as master arohiteots a healthy and strong physique; put wisdom and knowledge into the head skill into the hands and right principles in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15 1887. 6 Mas. RHfiAcr -r. I. ! i' INVALUABLE FOB BTONS 8OTBUBNS DIAERHOEA CHAP IS OS STiKGS 07 INSECTS. FILES 80EE EfES SOBE FEET THE VYOHDER OF HEALING ! For Pile Blind Blerdlns; or Itch nir. it la the greatest known remedy. For Burn Scalds. Wound Brulsei) jknd Sprains It Is unequalled stopping pans nd healing la a marvellous manner. For Inflamed and Sore Kye. It effect 3pon these delicate organs Is simply marr.llous. It la the Ijulles' Frlcnd.-All ferns!: aomplalnta yield to its wondrous power. For Ulcers Old Morm or Open Hound Toothache rareache Bltea of Insects Wore Feet Its action upon these la most remarkable. RECOMMENDED JIT PnTBICIANSt VSEB IS UOHPlTAiai Caution. POND'S EXTRACT hat been tmU Med. Tht gmuint hat tht wordt "POND'S EXTRACT" blown in the glau and our picturt trade-mark on lurrounding buf wrapper. Nont other it genuine. Alwayi intitt on having POND'S EXTRACT. Take no other preparation it it never told in bulk or bj me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 September 1887

fLUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. AUGUST 15 fR7. 1 It. In tbe Whole Hldeona Ctlofue Of diseases then were none which previous to the discovery of Hostetter's Stomach Bit- ters offered more formidable resistance to the old fashioned modes of treatment than the gronp of mrJad'es which under the collective nam' of UialWrial disease afflicted entire communities that suffered hopelessly. Chills and fever dumb ague ague cake and bilious remittent were once regarded as well nigh in- curable. Now it rejoices the hearts of thou- sands who reside in districts periodically subject to the visitation of malaria to feel certain that in the Bitters they possess a cer- tain defence against the scourge a sure means of expelling its poison from the system. To the settler In the far West the new emigrant thither and to travelers and tourists by land and sea the possession of this pleasant safe- guard is a gnaranty of safety from diseases which they might vainly seek from any other source. The Foremos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 September 1887

ATTSTTN WEEKLY STATESilAH. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER IS t887 8 fUU- YSEIQHr PURE (GMIMI lta superior excellence proven In million of homes for mora than a quarter of a century. It 1 lined ly the United Mates Government. Kndoreed by the heads of tlie lireat Unlvernltiea as the Ntronges' Purest and moat Unltliful. Dr. I rire a the only flaking Powder that does not contain Ammonia Lime or Alum. Hoi J only In Cans PKICE BAKING POWDER CO NEW YOI.K CHICAGO BT LOUIK THE OFFICIAL COUNT Tho Voto of the Late Election Canvassed Yesterday. Ail tho Amendments Overwhelm- ingly Defeated Full "Count on Prohibition. Yesterday was the dny appointed by law for the oanvass of the returns of the election upon the proposed constitutional amendment. The day was a busy one in the oflloe of the secretary of state whore the whole day was oonsumed in going over the returns. As the prohibition amendment was the one in which moBt in- terest was taken the vote upon that is given in full as follows: Till I'BOIIIUITION ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 September 1887

EKLY nn a rrT? JLtiJL AOL- XVI. AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 22 1S87. AUSTIN TV KT A TV 1 II IW I - THE DUEL. Fight Yesterday Between General Eocha and Senor Gayon in Mexico. At the First Fire Gayon Falls Probably Mortally Wound- edThe Causes. Oiix of Mkxioo September 19. El Combate (newspaper) organ of army - offioers ia giving maoh space to the sharp atiaoas on tne Jesuits ana printing what are alleged to be the secret instructions to members of that order charging them with conspiring against the liberal gov- ernment everywhere. The bitter anti- clerical tone of El Combate is attracting muoh attention as it expresses the senti- ment of military leaders. The recent con- troversy regarding the oonduot of the Emperor Maximillian at Queretaro has eerved to bring the liberal and clerical parties into a hostile attitude. Military and politioal circles are greatly exoited tonight over the result of the duel which took place at 8 o'olock this morning in one of the bar- racks of this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 September 1887

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. SEPTEMBER THURSDAY. 22 1887. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN KAB. HATKR OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY. L'lC HiOnta Ttie month... .Klxmonths twelve month.. f 1.00 2.S0 :.iiQ . 1U.) .. .. l.tt sl-noaT oaili rIv months...- -IX DjDDIV WEEKLY. ll .iiiEtl;. Twelve muniha tu& I 25 INVARIABLY I ADVAWC1. Foet.e free to all purt. ol the United Mates and Kemlt by arsft on Austin I. O. money order p UU note registered letter or ex; reee-t unple f of.lee sent tree on application. Mi. Papers Dicontinukd At Till jJxm.ATio Of THIS TIME 1'AIB roK. tvuliecrlbeiT will please observe the date on their "'fcf'pere. fubecrlbere wishing address of paper changed will state In their application both the Kid and new at! r re mi. . H. K. A. SCOTT Is In charge ot he city sun- crlytion d. we-iment of The Statesman and all r . . . .i . . i ..I ...... tg Mm. nr lett t this olllce will have prompt attenUon. e .-bscrlbera who do not receive their pajer reira- Urly are request to notify the office bub-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 September 1887

3 H f'.i I - r ; i J ff J ' .'; 'J' i 4 V M DOOMED. . The Seven Anarchists Adjudged to Die by the Illinois Su- ' preme. Court. The Decision Everywhere Hailed With Delight Except by An- archists and Communists. Chicago September 14. A News' spe cial from Ottawa Ills. says at 9:30 o'clock to-day Jastioe MoGruder began the an- nouncement of a decision in the anarchist ase. Just before the opening of the conrt every one seemed to have a feeling that something was going to happen. Before the honr for the convening of the conrt the lawyers and reporters seemed to have that feeling and conversed with each other in subdued tones. Even Barker the janitor who has waited upon .every justice of the supreme court that sat npon the bench in Ottawa tiptoed around in opening and dusting the conrt house room as if he was afraid of break- ing the deathly stilinesa that pervaded the entire building. Deputy Smith faltered and his voice trembled" as he prononnced "hear ye" as the justices filed in the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 September 1887

1 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. SEFfEMBER THURSDAY. 22 1887. I! f i m5 pi UH. HOWARD lORH NOT KXW.AIN. Dr. Howard of the board of managers of the Lunatio asylum hat obtained apace io this imue to make a correction of a Matemeat made in Sunday' editorial on the result of the investigation Into the conduct of the anperintindot of the any- Inin that ha jut been conoludud by ita .board of manaKera. The editorial al- luded to Hhld that "tho board by H vote of four to one deflated Dr. Dornutt the mi- prrluteiulont guilty of eleven of the charge brought agalunt him." ThU win the Information furninhiul Tub Htatkkman on the bent authority. Hut no tally aheet of the vole wan kept and of the twouty- elght charge voted upon It U but reaon able to uppoHu the Informant might have leen mUtaken a to Dr. Howard' vote on thene eleven charge. And upon Dr. Howard' denial of ituoh vote of courne Dm nmttnr will miiiulv rest where he place it. Hut a 11 motion force itelf upon im and iudoed it ooncideralion may...

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