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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 November 1882

THK WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN,. TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Blx Month f 1 00 TwelT Month a 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of U 30 00 Caufoknians have gone to rais ing mule, finding that the business paya belter than cattle-raising. Broken spans of mules sell there at from $350 to $500. In tub language of the protec tionists, " an infant " means a thing about one hundred years old. strong and powerful, but needing the great est care and the greatest bounties. Tub Irish members of the house of commous want that body to set aside a day for the discussion of the actual workings of the coercion act and the land bills among the Irish people. Tub next cotton exposition wil' be held in Louisville in 1883. The Courier-Journal says the citizens of Louisville had better take hold of the matter iu earnest, and that they will make a grand success of it. Gkn. II. G. Wriout, chief en gineer of the United States army, urges that immediate attentiou should be directed to the defense of our sea coast, by ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 November 1882

' THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. 1 THURSDAY. NOV. . 1882 Kjlmas ii going to inflict a Jobn 'Brown monument on Washington. Th grain gamblers are greatly . disturbed oyer the Wisconsin u- erne court decision. h A leading Canadian newspaper, An referring to the approaching elec tion in this country, states that it anticipates a grand "bouleversment" all along the lint to which the Bos ton Pott replies: "This, we presume Is the French for a rattling Demo cratic Tlctory." Oliver Wendall Holmes a few days ago resigned the Park man pro fessorship of anatomy in the medi cal department of Harrard Univer slty. lie has held the position since 1847, but desires to devote more of bis time to literary pursuits. lie is seventy-three years old. Davis and DeGress, at Schultz hall, on Sunday night, were a study for Christian reformers. Their followers are boasting that they will auite the German and negro vote against Hancock and Terrell. Don't count the German voto on the negro side nntil they...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 November 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTLN, . TEXAS. THE SOUTHERN STATUS. The county jail at Atlanta contains zib prisoners. An Augusta, Georgia, woman gavo a pei uog a 7U funeral. Hot Springs, Arkansas, will be uguieu uy electricity January 1. Tennessee is cxtensirely shipping cw anu nogs 10 Morula. James B. Pace In auuouiicetl as the wealthiest man in Virginia. The late Gen. Holt, of Macon. (Georgia, left an estate valued at ooo,ooo. Montgomery, Alabama, expects to handle 140,000 bales of col ton thin season. Thomas Marsh, a man who was boru without legs, recently commit ted suicide at Graham, North Caro lina, by hanging. Lord Houghton, of England, has purchased 60,000 acres of laud iu southern Florida, aud intends going extensively into sugar culture, in vesting at least $1,000,000. Jude Lochrane, of Georgia, porta a walking stick which is sur mounted by a duck's head. The bill of the duck holds a $650 sapphire, and the eyes are diamonds, which cost $7100 each. So says the Savan nah Iu'ewn. ll...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 9 November 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOV. 9, 1882 VNOFOSIS OF OPINIONS. Tyler Term 1Mb: Reported for the Htateeman. Ceart of Appeals. Friedlander tb. Johnson; appeal from McLennan county. A lust ice of the peace ia such an officer under tho law as M authorized to receive and administer oaths to affidavits of claim for the trial of the right of property under the stat ute. It is not necessary for the affidavit to state that be. the claimant, owned me property before the levy. The evidence amply supports the verdict and Jutlg meat. Affirmed. Hurt, J. Harris vs. state; appeal from Free stone county. Although there may not be a separate and distinct tinal judg ment, yet u the luUiraiout entered and sentence pronounced contain all the es sentials of a Unal judgment, as pre scribed by artidu ?'J1 of the code of criminal procedure, the appeal will not .-a. i 4 f..a .. -a -. u Hn..l t.tM. a ment. Motion to dismiss appeal over ruled. Will-in, J. Wheeler vs. state ; appeal from Bayl...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 November 1882

'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, . TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Month! f 1 00 Twelve Months S 00 Club of 10 17 60 Club of 13 80 00 The New York triumph is grand. And California again enters the Democratic household. Tub success of the Democratic state ticket in Pennsylvania is as sured by at least 25,000 majority. Urovkr Cleveland has received more votes for a gubernatorial posi tion than any other man ever receiv ed in America. The draft of an ordinance pro. hibiting the importation of Ameri can pork baa been submitted to the German bundesrath. Mahonk worked for aud will get bis reward. He served base mas tors, aud Virginia,, beloved by so many, still wallows in its degrada- tlon - - The Loudon Timet believes that the British government will be offered a proposal ol allowing Arabi to expatriate himself and live iu exile. Hancock was defeated four years ago iu Bastrop county by uiuetecn hundred votes. This time the ma jority against him will be but little If any over two hundred. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 November 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOV. 16. 1882 II AN cock's 4000. majority may reach Geobob Pfkuffkr U choseu state enator. Judos Tebbexx'b majority is put down at not less than 1760. v Ths deep water district will be in deep water with ita Republican rep- W A.ttt.A In . llAlllAltHtlf hnllfie. I DntUI.UTU 1 U m ... Wash Jokes should see to it now while his congressional light holds oat to barn, that Mi. Daris ia provl ded for. There is proper reciprocity in such an act. What alderman lacks in brains be usually makes up in voting no; ' and that It ia what is the matter with some of these fellows who draw pay on market hill. Next November we will clean out this sham of a city government, and succeed it wiih ono which will leg islate for the benefit of Austin not live officially simply to draw pay. A year hence citizens ofAustiu will be called upon to select a new city government. In the mean time we must endure what we havo, for no councilmen will retire, no mat ter how ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 November 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN. V AUSTIN, TEXAS. KVERT TBiB. Tbe spring ha lex of brightness. Every year; And tbe mow ghastlier whiteness. Every year; Nor do Dimmer flower quicken. Nor the autumn fruitage tbleken, A tbey once did, for tbey alcken Every year. It ta growing darker, colder, Every year; Aa tbe heart and grow older. Every year ; I ear not now for dancing. Or lor eye itb paslon glancing, Love it lesa and ieaa entrancing, Every year. Of the ioavea and aorrowa blended. Every year; Of tbe charm of friendship ended. Every year; Ol tbe tie that still might bind me Until time to deatb resign me My Infirmities remind ma. Every year. Ah ! how aad to look before us, Every year ; While tbe eioud grow darker oer u. Every year: When we tee tbe blossom faded. That to bloom we might have aided. And immortal garland braided, Every year. To tbe past go more dead laces, Every year; A i tbe loved leave vacant place. Every year ; Everywhere tbe sad eye meet us. In tb evening' dusk tbey greet us And to ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 16 November 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. - TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOV. 16. 1882 Cattle Diseases. American Cultivator. The Texas cattle fever it reported as prevailing to an alarming ex tent at Steubenville, Ohio, aud in the neighboring counties in Ohio and West Virginia. Among the cattle recently brought from the southwest a large portion of the animals have died. The disease among the cattle of Berks county, Pennsylvania, wnich was reported as baring broken out last week, seems to De on ine iu crease, and is creating the utmost alarm and consternation in that seo tiou. Cattle have been known to drop dead fifteen rn lu ll tes after they were first at tacked. Two cows of Hancock llaak were driven into pasture early in the morning. They were apparently well, but iu twenty min utes they dropped dead. The rest of the herd commenced bellowing and pawing the earth, and pranced about the uesa carcasses mat were rapidly swelling. In a short time six more of the same drove were dead.' The owner had their swo...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 November 1882

WEEKLY DEMOCRATIC STATESMAN and I trust that the cornerstone tn he, laid, and the ceremony performed, will be the besnnnin? of an edifice whou AUSTIN, -.- TEXAS. good work a.id influence will be felt and enjoyed by our descendants for genera tions to come. I am TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Monthi 1 00 Twelve Months 00 Very truly yours, Jno. Ireland. Club of 10. 17 60 Club of IS 80 00 VOL. XII. AUSTIN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1&82. NO. 16 FHO.mSESTOTllUAIVUSITl 'HE WEEKLY STATESMAN. Bob Toombs is said to befalling rapidly. What will Kleter do without his Ro beson ? Rcmobs of change in the cabinet are denied. Or all, the bosses Billy Mahone is the only one surviving. Va Eaton beau Lynch in Mis sissippi by over six hundred votes When the British lion gets through with the Egyptian carcass its bones will not be worth picking. Thb Brazoria Independent regards Judge Hancock as the head and front of the coming Texas delega tion in congress. Thb postofflce department shuts down on m...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 November 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN, ... TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOV. 23, 188? Thi Pennsylvania, legislature will ba Democrat on Joint ballot by fif teen votes. John C Hsvf denies the rumor that be inteuda to resign bis position as assistant secretary ot the treasury. It is announced that President Arthur bas begun to write his mes sage, to be sent to congress in De cember. OKOBin a while we are slightly reminded that Gen. Jerome Bona parte EoberUou was a gubernato rial candidate. IT is said the president will, in his forthcoming message, renew the re commendation ot liberal appropria tions for the Mississippi. Thb Washington monument, it is promised, will be finished in June, 1884. It is now 822 feet high, and the work proceeds steadily. Thb Democrats elect Henry IUub superintendent of public instruction of Illinois by 2868 majority oyer bis ReDubllcan competitor. Charles T Stratton. The Mississippi river congres sional committeee are at this time engaged in examining the river above New Orleans....

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 November 1882

m WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. OFFICIAL. BBTDBNt Ol the Vote Can In Travis leaaty. The following shows the total vote cast Id the late election, witb the majority for tbe various candidates : FOR GOVERNOR. Ireland 2067 Jones 2744 Majority for Jones, Oil. FOB LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. Martin 2702 Morten 2138 Majority for Martin, 564. FOB COMPTROLLER. Swalu 2714 glemering 2031 Majority for Swain, 683. FOR TREASURER. lubbock 2768 Terry 19S6 Majority for Lubbock, 783. FOB COMMISSIONER LAND OFFICE. WaUh WW Young 1914 Majority for Walab. 1001. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. Templeton , 2751 Burnt 2004 Majority lor Templeton, 747. FOR SUPREME COURT JUDGES. Willie 8176 Gtayton 2814 West 3114 FOR COURT OF APPEALS. White 3079 Hurt 2W6 Wllleon 2SK9 FOR CONGRESS. Hancock ' 2040 Davie 2169 Majority for Hancock, 871. FOR SENATOR TWENTY-FOURTH DIS TRICT. Terrell 2560 Trigg 2239 Majority for Terrell, 821. FOB REPRESENTATIVE SEVENTY-FIRST DISTRICT. 8mtth 2519 Johnson 2241 Still 17U6 Holland 1628 Blsher 274 Bc...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 23 November 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN. ... TEXAS. THUUSDAY. NOV. 16. 1883 dilukd Vttorii or uotmasi. naaclla KitriTiticli that Law tlaeee Weaeem tm the Shed. Sew York Letter In the Albany Journal. Men are becoming very luxurious, mDi tbeir dreeing rooms, ftittiug rooms, wardrobes and repositories for personal belougings display tastes more costly than tuone 01 women. Underwear of the softest, richest knitted silk: dozens of South American pajamas, for night and dressiug room wear, of China crepe, ott twilled Chinese silk, cashmere, flannel bouud with satin and em broidered, and all in the daintiest, most delicate tiuta aud colors, such as Ivory, pale blue, pink, buff or violet. The pajama consists ot drawers aud Iooho blouse jacket with railor collar. When made in ifory they arc often laced with a color and embroidered with ivory ailk in a little vioe or in the comers of collars and culls. It the pajama is in colors it will perhaps be em broidered with white or have appli ques cut outof whit...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 30 November 1882

r THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN, ... TEXAS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Months 9 1 00 Twelve Months S 00 Club of 10 17 ft) Club of IS 80 00 Montana will again ask admis sion iuto the Union. Thb Alcalde U inexorable about giving ua a chance to prey on tur key. Charles Watts, an Englishman of free thought, ia dlsecrating Texas soil. THKDetnocrals in the uext house in congress will control twenty-two states, the Republicans sixteen. Exqlneeb Mellvillk wants bad Jy to make another trip towards the north pole. Ills wife has been dis charged from the insane asylum Ibklamd's majority in lialvestou county is 993. This shows that over 1600 so-called Galveston Democrats voted ior Tom Ochiltree. Tom has made them believe he can make more water than Fiulay. It is rumored that the president has determined to remove Graham, aurveyor of the port of New York, a strong hall-breed, and appoint in bis stead Howard Carroll, the Re publican candidate for congressman- at-large at the recont election. Justic...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 30 November 1882

W WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, - TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOV. 80. 1883 Sons of the Washington news- gatherer say that Gen. Grant is to take Secretary Folper's place soon Gkn. Sherman ay. he will not be the candidate. It looks as though some willing martyr ou the Republican altar is going to be bard to flud. GoauAK, of the Wahlugtou Be- publican, is going to ask the ttepub licaus to uauie him as secretary ot the senate, lie depeuds upon Ma bone and ftiddli-ber to elect bim. Tub statute uudcr which Curtis was convicted fur levying political assessments, has been declared con stitutiunal by the supreme court of United States. Ilia line was $1000, It appears to have been a too zeal ous eagerness ou the part of some of the aldermen to press the ordinance without any chance tor iti ventila tion, that caused its postponement The English are in aailemmaover the trial of Arab! and his accom plices. They did not surrender to the khedivo and yet the Egyptian authorities are dealing with them as prisoner...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 30 November 1882

uttti TTrnnTTT tt nm mnmr ixr inf. ffUiM BTmSfflAH AUSTIN, TEXAS. tfatABIlVESS. O. little feet I tbat such Ion years Hunt wander on through hopes aod fears. Mustache and bleed eaeath your load, i. near to me wayside inn Where toll must cease and rest begin. Am weary, thinking of your road. 0, little bandi 1 that, weak or strong, Have still to serve or rale to long, Havs attll to long to glvs or ak ; 1, wbo so much wlm book aod pen Have tolled anion my fellow-men. Am weary, thinking of your taak. O, little bearte 1 that throb aod beat With euob Impatient, feverish heat, Such llmltleee aod strong desires ; Mine, that so long bae (lowed and burned Wltn passions into aibee turned. Now cover and eoneeala Ita flr a. O little aoule I that pare and whit And ervstailn at rava of llirht Direct from heaven, their aourc di vine; Refracted through the mitt of yeare, How red my selling sun appear. How lurid looks this soul of mine I Messrs. Zimpelman & Bergen, real es tate dealers and financi...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 30 November 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN. ATJSTOl, - TKXA8. TUURSDA. NOV. 80. 1882 TUB BBOO.1t BBIGADE. Concerning oar fair "Broom Brigade" I Which lately bad a mutter, Thlr unlformi for bom parade - Should surel- bs a "duster." But Irom ao error we'll let tail, I With due respect the curtain ; There'll be no private they will all Be Jtrigad itart, that's certain. Bat bere'i to the ladle' "Broom Brigade,' Whether awaked or sleeping: liar all your campaign be well weighed, lour Victoria be "sweeping:." And may you girl, wbate'er befall, . ' Amid your tun and laughter, , Secure while in the manuel, The mao-u-a(l) are after. Tb Three Pyraail!. Ohio, Texas, Kansas, Florida, Nevada, Indiana, Georgia, Missouri, Alabama, Colorado, Arkansas, Michigan, Delaware, Maryland, Louisiana, Kentucky, California, Mew York, Tenneaaee, Mississippi, Mew Jersey. Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Bijmhlieam Iowa, Maine, lllioole, Oregon, Vermont, Nebraaka, Wisconsin. Weil Virginia, i : ' J 1 1 South Carolina. Rhode l...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 7 December 1882

THE WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN, TEXAS. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Six Month. f 1 00 Twelve Month 8 00 C ub of 10 17 60 Club oflS 80 00 We never banked much ou Slier man blood. It is said the present pecau crop of Texas N the heaviest ever known The estimated corn crop oi the United States is 1,650,000,000 bush els. ' Tub Garfield monumental fair opened in Washington ou Satur day last. It is now stated that the canvass ing hoard of Florida find that Bisbee is not elected. Though Couuecticut elected the Democratic slate ticket, the leglsla- ture is Republican. Therk is much discussion at DaL las about a new morning paper to be started there soon A sensation in high life iu St Louis. Head what the wires tell of a wife's Infidelity, aud ol the bus band's reveuge. The Missouri delegation in con gress at this time stands eight Dem ocrats, four Republican-Greenback-ers and one Republican. At the late election fourteen Democrats, or a solid delegation, were elected. According to Mohammedan tra dit...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 7 December 1882

THE STATESMAN. AU8T1H, TEXAS. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Yesterday our columns were swelled . with the full report of the president's message, sent over the wires by the Western Associated Press, which now serves the Statesman with its daily press reports. It was a vast amount of matter to come over the wires twenty-two thousand 'words in all and upon sober reflection we are not prepared to endorse its substance, as either vastly Intellectual or very statesmanlike. There is nothing marked in his suggestions as to for eign policy, except, perhaps, in his re ference to the Chill-Peruvian war and the conditions of Peru's subjuga tion. These are very hard, as every body knows, and yet the Peruvians rushed into the trouble, and having sown the whirlwind they have reaped the tempest, and now can be left, without much compunction, to their fate. He is opposed to the United .States interfering, backed by its navy, to enforce the future recogni tion of Peru's independence, and in this he shows...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 7 December 1882

THE STATESMAN. AVSTIN. TEX AH. TIIUSRDAY DEC. 7, 1882 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Washington, I)t. .The senate was called to order at H)in by 1 rcsi dnt pro. tein. Daviv. After prayer the custo nary resoluuo is w ere adopt' . e 1, and a committee waa appointed to notily the president and the house that the senate was ready lor business. Harris, of Tennessee, presented the memorial of the loard of health of Memphis approving the action of the National Itoard of health in askingap propriatioiis to sustain the same. Re- lerred. A bill was introduced by 1 1 ill, of Colorado, providing for the issue of coin by the Denver mint. VoorhwH introduced a bill granting a nension of 8'iOper month to the widow of Rear Admiral Scott. The senate then went to the calen dar, and, alter disiosing of one or two private bills, recessed for half an hour. The senate reconvened at 3:15, and shortly afterwards the president's message was read as follows : To the Sonata ami House of Representatives of the United Sla...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly democratic statesman. — 7 December 1882

i m WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN, TEXAS. THURSDAY. DEC. 7. 1382 THAKKaGtvine. 9ftR mora, th liberal year laughs out r O'er richer atore lbo item or gold; Once more la barve. Bornr and about I Nature' bloodies triumph told. wi p Ammnn mrtthur reLe an il alnira Like Kuth auioog ber garnered abeaTea; lift lap la IUH 01 fcoouiy iuiuk". lier brow la bright with autumn leave, O, favors every year made new ! O, KlUa with rain ana eunablne aeDtl Tbe County overrun our due. The lulnes shames our dlacoutent. We tbut our eyea, tbe flower bloom on We nurniur, but tbe corn eara till ; We ehoosa tbe abadow, but tbe aun That casta it abtue behiud ua still. Whomurmur at bUlnt to-day F Or aroma bin ball va fruit or bloom? Or algba lor dainties fur away Beside tbe liberal board o( borne? Then let these altar, wreathed with flow, era And piled with frulta awskl again, Tbanaeglving lor tbe icolden houra, Tbe early and tbe Utter rain. VVBITTIKR. . THE SHIRLEY MURDER. A CO!riPL,t 1-K CHAIN OF KVI. DEUCE. Am ...

Publication Title: Weekly Democratic Statesman, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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