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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

ELI nn VOL XYII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 19. 1 S88.--PAGES 1 TO 8 NO 34 AUSTIN w V Y STA DEEP WATER: i Texas and the Great New .West Besolves to Have) a Big ' Be aport. l' "full Report of the Ccnveirtion at jFort Worth and Ho&clutions . Acioyteci. ' . '. ' '..j . ?I:lHlTel"Ktim to the Sta'eimau. 'iit: Won m July IX. --The .lu'i vmt .' CU-V-CUOU fdi CUiiki. .to OlJui' ill ix o'clock this morning by .Chairman Wynne. The oommittee on credentials and basis of represent'atioa reported as follows: The basis of representation in thys.con- vention shall' be upon the popular vote oast at the last eleotioo far state officers. Each oonnty in the state shall'be entitled to one vote for. eaoh 500 votes east and -one vote for eaoh fraotion of 250 or over. Eaoh organized oonnty shall be entitled" .to one- vote .and the delegations from other states shall be en- titled to one vote for every 500 votes oast .therein and foe every fraotion of 500 over ;250. The report further provided...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 19 1888 WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. Eli n T. Pbtor Pittoh BwmN W. K. IIaubt Prealdent Vlc-Prenldent Bwretary General H&oter RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILT. One Year (lnvsrlsbly In advance) 10 00 Six month " " " " Three months ' " " "i One month " " " 1 00 SUNDAY DAILY. Twelve months I- Six months lJ WEEKLY. months - J" Twelve months Poetatie iree to all parte of the United States and Canada. . Remit ty draft on Auatln P. O. money order poetal note reentered letter or expreea. Sample jples eent free on application. The question of restriction of foreign immigration was touched upon in the home yesterday. Home of our northern friends affect great apprehensions on aooount of the Texas cattle fever. Of course they want an excuse to keep Texas Htock out of their markets. As little competition as possible is what is wanted. If as reported from Berlin the dow- ager Empress Violoria is virtually a pris- oner ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 19 183S 3 DYNAMITERS Startling Outline of the Case Against Members of the Engineers' Brotherhood. Diabolism of Bowles Smith and Baiereisn in the Use of Dynamite. Chicai - f'.ilv 13.--A tftoriiijg Uufliuo of the C:c nguus: inombt-is of the Brotherhood of I'ugiiieers and Firemen accused of oouiplioity in tht bijrs dyna- mite plo' rgR.3ut the Ctuoago Uui'ingtou and yuil ny road was foroinlly preseuted in the oen.-t today. The i-Utemi'ut wts made by Uail'.-d States Pisfict. Attorney Ewing iritUfcOir.tnly or oa ths arraignment ot six of (hi ..."? I. Cti'mi Eaueroisu and his oomrades Gooding Willson Bowles Broderiok and Smith. -The pre- sentment oaased a great sensation among the crowd of railroad men lawyers and reporters that filled every inoh of the court room. The statement of the district attorney was apparently based largely on the con- fession by one of the six Alex Smith. The latter sat apart from the other defend ants and not withstanding t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 19 1888 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Uncle Sam's Court. Uncle Sam's court will oonvene here in Austin the first Monday in next month and Clerk Hart is getting ready for it. Orange Blossoms. To-night Mr. Th. H. Philipaon the prominent clothing merchant of this city will be married at Dallas to Miss Emma Levyson a charming and popular lady of that city. Committed Without Bail. William Russell mention of whose ar- rest was made yesterday for committing An assanlt upon and outraging his little step daughter was refused bail by Justice Calhoun and ant to jail to await the aotion of the grand jury. Minister Hubbard. Col. I. G. Searcy yesterday received frnm Ynkohoma. Japan a photograph of ITnitnd Htntra Minister R. B. Hubbard. It i a eood picture and shows that the jolly gentleman is holding his own pretty well in the Orient. The picture bears the name of the artist 8. Sozukie. The People. The people must have good country roads. We must ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

1USTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 19 18S8 5 HOOFS AND HORNS. Bartge Notes Selected from the Great Stock Papers. Pricss and Movements of Cattle. Texas Cattle in Chicago. Prowling Indians. Here in the city corn fed beeves are selling at lg to 2 cents bot they are very soaice. Uoud cows sell from $10 'to $15 per bead ; yearlings 5 to $6. The time may oome wnen rival beef packers will station men with Bpy glasses on top of their buildings to get first sight of a oar load of fat beef as it rolls to- ward market. The "mills of the gods grind slowly" as we know and the fat beef supply will be gronnd wondrous fine. The Texas supply will keep op the long- est and be in the ring when the obauge comes. Fort Worth Texas Stock Jour- nal. Henry Shiner of San Antonio reports that his large shipment of cattle from his McMvllen ouunty ranohe netted him $3.50 in Chioago. This stock averaged 1000 pounds ou the market and graded equal to Indian Territory cattle. Some crazy people ate determined t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 19 1888 CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. J Thanks. Thk Statesman returns thanks for an invitation to be present at a grand demo- cratic rally andbsrbeoue at Anscn Jones county July 17. The rally will be held io commemoration of the seventh anniver- sary of the organization of the county. Died. The many friends of Mrs. Saian Deffm baogh wife of Mr. Frank Dffenbaugh will regret to hear of ber death whioh oc- curred yesterday morning at 8 o'clock. She will be bnried this afternoon from her late residence 70'-' Eist Twelfth street at 5 o'clock. Friends of the family are invited to attend. The State Convention. The sfate deinooratio convention will be held in Dallas on the 14th of next month and it is about settled it will be held at the fair grounds either in the exposition or machinery hall. Either building is ii-il!y to iiocommo.h.i- !'.. p. apli:. 1 mn-i.-Mir'u'-'ja will be furui- li ! oy t'.e I ci is ail I I'atiiio railroad Rn'i iie' t-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 19 1888 7 1 r UXPBECTEDKXTED ATTRACTION Over Million Distributed. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated oy tne irtelatnre In 1868 for Edu- cational and Charitable purposes and its fran- chise made a part of the present State Constitu- tion in 1879 by an overwhelming populjr vote. Its grand extraordinary drawings take place semi-annually (June and December) and its brand Single Number Srawines take place on each of the other ten months in the year and are all drawn in public at the Academy of Music jew Orleans La. 'We do hereby certify' that we super- vise the arrangements for all the Moathly and semi-annual Drawings of the Louiil- ana State Lottery Company and in perexn manage and control the Drawings- themselves and that the same are conducted with honesty fairness and In good faith toward all parties and we author- ize the Company to use this certificate with iac-9iniiles of our signatures attached in its advertisements." COMMISSIONERS....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 19 18S8 8 PURE fen rt I a superior excellence proven In millions of hiini-w fr more than a quarter of century. It ia nil lie the. United Slates Government. En- ilorsml ' y Hi" heads of the tiiest rnlvereities a tliH HronLrertt. Purest And most Health f til . )r. Prlra-'a t)r-ain Hiking Powder does not contain AiiunonlH Llms or Alum bold only In cunt. PltlCE BAKING POWDEK CO.. NKW VOIIK CIIICAIIO ST. LOUIS. KAILROAD ACCIDENT. A Train Goes Thro..frh a TreHtle The Killed and Wounded. Alicxanduia Va. July 12 A terribli nc- oiduut Dtciirred uu t tie Virgii in Midland railroad early thin morning. The through southern lr.im that left here at 11:L'5 lint night weut through tho trestle between Orungs coart li juse nud Bsrb'iursville killing five persons outright. The trestle in forty-eight feet high and wan known to be wuk and the railroad company was engaged iu tiling it. The train was mov- ing at a speed of six mi'es creissing the ttestle under regul...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. ;0L XYII . AUSTIN TEXAS. THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 19. 1S88.-PAGES 9 TO 12 NO 34 DYNAMITERS -o Sensational Developements .3eing Producad at the Trial In Chicago T Prison Congress In Boston. 4 Opposition to Abandonment of Convict .Labor. ( icauo July 16 Sensational develop- me: a ill the trial of the "Q" dynamiters :iu hope of more startlirg disclosures on ;ht b lage crowd today to Judge (in tarn's court room where Commis- jy rr Hayne is henrn g the tvideuce of tli f; ! jfendauts who if convicted of eurry-iiii-- .Ld d-aling ia explosives which is oni; punishable by tine they can sche- nu'f out under the poor debtors not. The 1'ni d States oilioials it is said have deelveej i" view of this faot to bring a rliHi .'eof conspiracy a crime whioh can 1 ..! nished by two years' imprisonment in t!.4 penitentiary or a tire of $1000 or !:':. The charge it was intimated u-; . it be brought to-day. Bowles since v-ouV'gsing has been kept in the United Otitis inarshhl's offic...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTLN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 19 1888 II) WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. STATESMAN PUBLISHING COMPANY. Vi. A. Km If K T. Pbtor Pkttt.h BmiwN W. J(. IUmby President Vloe-Preflrtent .-rntary OeneraJ Manner RATES OF SUHSCTtlP'lTO.V. DAILY. One Year (Invariably In aavinc) SI" 110 tilx months " " S Threw mor.t ha " " " One month " " " ' ' bunlhv njtu.r. Twnlve month t'r ' ' Hlz months ml WEKKI.Y. months Twelve nv nth ; Iot.e tree Co all I-arla of tljo lulled Mates itl Cftnruitt. K-niit hy draft on AnMn I'. O. money order pOB'ul note ret'l.-tered letter or express haini.le o ijile oent free on ftUcatloD. ANNOl.Nlfc.MKXT.S. WS a e author! il to announce Judne .Is. II. IlnriB a-a candidate fr county judge at tha ensuing election In November. ilJIt DISfKICT ATTOKXEV- I am a demo crat!: candidate for dintilct attorney. JdK II STKWillT. WE are authorized to announce Hon (ieo. W". (tli.sgcock of (ieorjetown aa a democratic randldato for atate senator of the Twenty-fourth diHtrict. T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 19 1888 11 CITY AND COUTY. FROM TUESDAY'S DAILY. Married. At the residence of Dr. R. K. Smoot Mr. T. S. HilljtT to Mies Sophia J. Wahrmaun Monday July 10 1888 at half-past 8 o'clock. Fall of the Basrtle. The French citizen of Austin duly eele brated the fell of the Bastile Sunday las' by giving a very ple.isant picnic. The First Cotton. Mr. Miles Miller yesterday brought in two full open bolls of oottrn. ij very long and snowy white. The staple Will Accept. Mr. Walter Tips yesterday signified his willingness to accept the position of chairman of the coonty demooratio ex- ecutive committee. Big Melons. Mr. W. H. Page living eight miles east of Elgin was in yesterday with 6ome very large and luso'ous melons. He had one weighing 78 pounds and ono weighing fS pounds. Fine Grapes. Mr. A. H. Ramsey living at 511 West Ninth street ha some very fine grapes of different varieties just now coming iu. Iu size and flavor they equal any raised in Calitornia ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 19 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 19 1888 12 DESTIST Braoa Street Drlsklll Hotel. ArsTiN Texas THEY Mt!AN BUSINESS. Proceedings of the Colorado River Live Stock Association. The first aunual meeting ami barbecue of the Colorado River Live Stock Pro'ec- tive association was held at Mjera' cross- ing of Sandy twenty three miles above Austin on Sutuiday July 7. There wni a good attendance nud deep interest in the success of the organization was mani- fested. Mr. Myers bnrbecned a beef the Hecrtlary sent up a wagon load of bread and pome of the candidate for county otlices who were present by iuv.Utiou carried glassware in their pookeU. After some preliminary business a number of new member were admitted and the rule restricting the number of members to thirty was revoked and wow the number is unlimited but the reward remains the same r&lot). liy resolution it was undo the duty of members to watch the stock of other members and promptly notify members of any stray stock in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1888

AUSTIN VOLXYII. WEEKLY AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY MORNING. JULY 2Q'm 1S88.-PAGES 1 TO 3 . NO 35 STATESMAN TEXASJTEMS. Kovei Suit Tor Damages Arising It om Assault and Battery in t;io City of Houston. TX.ixtu 'i's bad Things Over the Stale Collected by Most Careful Correspondents. ecii'j TeYirvn io the btateeman. iloisron t' uly 18. la tho district ?ourt suit b is been filed by S. J. Phillips ii v.e'1 fcrovu gardener against Orange Swiiu for ua-. ges. Iu his petition the plaintiff avers hat he is 64 ytars old arid on Janaary 28 ast he was assaulted and bea'ed by San with a heavy etiok nt' .he corner of Rusk .-end Main streets. Plaintiff further alleg J3 tha; ho was struck about twenty blows and Lime the assault was entirely iiuprovoktd. He states tint for three wei-ks subsouont to the assault ha was unubl to work and since that time his ability to perform labor had been cimsiuYraKy '-evened. He asks for dam- ages nr. foilows: To thirteen days at .f.3.r.O pec day i-55; to men'al and physi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1888

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TKXAS. 8TATKSMAK PUBLISHING COMPANY. L. A. Euje III T. rBYO hlTTOH BBOWH W. B. HiMBT President Vlce-Predldfnt Hcretu7 General Manager BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION DAU.T. Oh Year (Invariably In advene) S0 Six monthe " ; Three mouths " " " " One moatb " 1 w SUNDAY DAILT. Twelve monthe I J " 8U months .. . ' w WXIKLT. monthe..... ' Twelve months l ! Poeuiie free to all parte of the Inited State" and Canada. . Kemlt by draft on Anetln P. O. money order poeul note registered leto-r or expreee. bample opine aent free on application. ANNOUNCEMENTS. W a e authorized to announce Jadge Jaa. II Ilurta a candidate for county judge at the enauing election in November. I poll DisrKK'T ATTORNEY I am a demo- ' crall-. candidate for dlntilct attorney. Jul 11 bTKWAKT. WE are authorized to announce Hon Geo. W. (ilaencock of Ueorgrtow n ae a democratic candidate for etate eenator of the Twenty-fourth ietrict. WE are authorize to announce Mr. Chae. A. Nevining ae candidtte lor county ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 26 1883 TEXASJTEMS. A Cowardly Scoundrel Attempts ' to Assassinate a Physician ' Nea "Houston. Sale at Auction of the First Bale of Cotton at Houston. What it Brought. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Houston July 20. At 11 o'olook this morning the hoar appointed for the sell- ing of the first bale of cotton received here yesterday by Tr W House the spacious hall of the cotton exchange was filled with a fine looking body of men. Prominent bankers brokers cotton buyers merchants ootton faotors compress men railroad men Brad street representatives express managers and capitalists composed the assembly. In one of those happy facetious efforts whioh have made him so popular at all publlo or private gatherings Cap- tain Kidd addressed those present on the object of the gathering. He read the re- port of Messrs. 8. L. Gohlman S. J. Dick and O. J. Wolkart who were ap- pointed by the exohange to olassify and inspect the cotton and reported upon the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1888

AUSTIX WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 26 1888 CITY AM) COUNTY. FROM THURSDAY'S DAILY. Daath of Mr. McLemore. Mr. 8. H. McLemore. brother-in-law of Mrs. Win. Wslton died at City hotel. Chicago Tuesday at 4. p. in. Deceived hadgoneto t hiosgo with some biock and was hurt July 13 by fulling "" 1 oable car raid striking on his head. If1" wife was telegraphed to and reached him i tunrl before his death. He was a stockman and resided iu Bosque county Tex. Orange Blossoms. On the 18th inst. at the Institution for the Blind by Rev. Dr. Howard in the presence of a cultured aud brilliant as- semblage Mr. F. O. Htflin aud Miss Alice Hamilton were made one. The bride lins been idtntifiod with the institution first as pupil and then as teacher la oom reiiuiu.. - Iu both relations sue enuearcu herjulf to all by her amiability ana an ; - . -J . . . . . wnter servil e. H. S. Men t--.it. tt character which adorn a whtnii nrifirn n bUVDU w....vw - lovely Christian girl and woman. The bridegroom his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 26 1888 FACULTY REPORT. Report of the Law Department of the University. The Proctor on Mess Club3 and Other Matters of Interest. Iu the University faoulty report appears the report of Law Professors Roberts and Gould and it is given in fall below: "The law department of the University has had dating the present session seventy-one students of whom thirty-one were in the senior class Bud forty lu the junior clas. Seven of those stadents having left the institution daring the ses- sion there were sixty-four in attendance upon the final examinations. As will ap- pear by oar class reports some of the students attended and wore examined in both elapses which makes the number examined appear greater than sixty-four. Twenty-eight of those who were ex- amined in the senior class are recom- mended for graduation eleven of whom obtained a grade entitling them to ds- tinotion. "The proficiency acquired in each of the classes will compare favorably with tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1888

CITY AND COUNTY. FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY. ' Wanes a Corner Stone. Mr. Gus Wilke yesterday reoeived an order for a fine granite corner stone (or the First Baptist ohorch at Fort Worth. Died. ' Miss Fannie Houston daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Polk Houston living five miles southeast of the oity died Thursday and was buried yesterday. nut.tlemen. Mr. P. Smith of Llano count) is iu town with a bunch of flee oattle. Mr. Haynie and Msssrs. Firohild and Kent of Blanoo are a'so here with fine oattle. Laid To Host. . The funeral of Miss Johanna Wolf occurred last afternoon her remains be- ing followed to the grBve by a very large number of sorrowing friends. Big Cotton. Billie Heiligman the Union market carver hnd on exhibition yesterday a cot- ton s talk containing 180 well matured bolls. It was from Ei. Haigler's plantation and the field from which it was plucked will yield over a bale to the aero. The cotton crop In this oonnty this year will be the biggest ever known. Examination of Toachers. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY JULY 26 1883 7 THE FLYING DOVE OF PEACE. A richly f rosted.quivering flying Dove. A dream of Life screen calendar. An im- ported ideal head. An imported frosted enow soene and a full set of magnificent floral cards. Fourteen artistio pieces gent anyone who will buy from a drug- gist a box of the genuine Db. 0. M'Lanb s Celebrated Livkb Fills (price 25 ots-i and mail us the outside wrapper from the box with 4 cents in stamps. Write yonr nlninlv. Fi.emminq Bbos . Pitts -.ouui"" r I bubo. Pa. Dr. 0. MoLane's Liver Pills are a sure care for Sick Headache Biliousness and Dyspepsia. Ihey are peculiarly adapted for ladies and are absolutely safe. Pre- pared from the purest materials. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION Over a Million Distributed. Louisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated oy ine Legislature in 1888 for Ed- cational ana Charitable purposes md its rran- ctaiee made a part of the present State Confuta- tion in lt79 bj an overwhelming popul.r vote. Its ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 26 July 1888

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY 2(3 1883 '8 i I ! fUU. WEoTr" PURE Its :i;x"rlor excellence proven. In millions of home for more thn ijiarmr of a century. It Is used br the United State (ioverntnent. En- dorsed 1 j the heads of the U;eat lnlvy.ui at the btmniject Purest and most Healthful. Dr. Price's tTi-am liaklntf Powder does n t contain Ammonia. Lima or Alum bold only in can. MICE BAKING POWDER CO. HEW TORK CHII.AOO ST. IHi". THEY DON'T LIKE QUAY. Republicans Grumble Over His Election to the Chairmanship. Fr rn th New Vork World. The member of the reputlican national committee atd of the executive cam paign committee con'i'iue t- hold confab? at the Fifth Avenue li tef The chiefs are trying to bartnoiiizd their difference of opinion relative to the management of the boodle campaign. There in no donbt whatever lint the se- lection of Senator Oiay of Pennsylvania SB ch ifrm in of the national and execntive committees Iiqh displeased many of the promiueut inoguM of the O. O....

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