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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 January 1894

" u liMM ' .. ! ' . - B . '. -..it:. i -fiii !! i i -.... i - in. ' . ".i ..g.j; .':'.'" ''.': ..' ' ':: ;:::.:: M '! - ...'- i " - V" ."""--. .- ..i1.I.m .JU'' ' ' "tl"" ; t. - !-... ' -mil ! ii- -i-ii hi 'I'm- " ' i i " '' " '""" ! " I" ;;"' !"!.' '.".''.'. '.."." y. ' '''.!'. '.J" '.' '' mTm B "'-' '" ABUjBHE TEXAB FBIDAiMORNTHG JANUARY 19 1894. ZIIL if ' rdoa rrn. Wm Cameron Y. Pre.. The Abilene National Bank Japital fiQQ.OOO OOT Daatfrtriy E. B. RelMi. J. P. LM 1 mm ttKOHiMo; i ;Tkre Ken Implicated in the Harder of Ired Dmriine are Strang up. Russell KAK.Jjn. 14 A mob of about twenty men entered the jail ; last.night took out J. G. Burton Will- lam Gray and his son John Oray ana hung the trio to a small railroad bridge H short distance east of the. depot in eJuscity. About midnight the resi- cj -u nortK nnrt nf town heard uuia wi i vi -" - a party of fifteen or twenty horsemen come in from the north wh6 left .their horses at the stock yards where plans were arranged and the mob...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 January 1894

'- II t e n ve er ov- er- bnal with isman dispen e affairs uon -and er official abortions may be ex- 5 the riqt ot Tfovernmental on infringing upon rae domain ol ot private endeavor and .paralyzing the m of personal effort TThese are gen ralizatlons that may b4 particularized at convenience from jthe records of JCansas Colorado 'ana other populist states or from observations in the be. daily uewspaperannals pf politically wrought disasters in comercial and in -cfustria? affairs there and elsewnere. They are sufficient ttor warn democrats :that individual dangers confront them .as citizens as weljf as partisans and feat the turmoil of the recent past is only a breezy "compared with the storm of personal loss and political 'disturbance whipi would follow a popu- list victory irthis state. It avails jBothing to say thatthe probable head Wthe ticket is esteemed as a good and ijost man. f There is not enough con- servatioa wrapped up in the staidest uad in Texas to stay the fury of ipopu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 January 1894

1 M ARE SOLICITOUS TO WRITE SOME JTarmori ni Jt erehaals 5 IDIEJWIS O. UAH. PROPRIETOR NE - STREET - r and Grain ur patronage will bo appreciated le M-Yort Tinea A Demooratio Newspaper iVliat the Times is: ' A hicli-class newspaper" for the city readers and for the country home; for the merchant the professional mant the financier the politician the teacher the farmer and the mechanicfor' every American who would be prompily .nd truthfully .told what the people of this world are doing; for women and "or. young folks interested in' house hold affairs in new books and old. in tut Science religion and education In ihe'rivalries of amateur sports m society and in all the lighter goings-on and wholesome gossip of the day. It Es anutl clean ana complete nc sca- ler conducted with intelligence for in- telligent people. What the Times believes in: 1 Federal taxation imposed in the in. terest of the government and ol the whole people not for the restriction of trade and the beoifit of the fe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 January 1894

.jWjll if p it i "W bt. So 75 H. K H can so- year II be i was oil fcvery aitle it are ground lor a the man advan- swardcflr estraent srhood of jowerhouse ag corner ige ot the ieapness of bat portion era to forget predictions unatipn by Sue conven- jarty subse- t the people a retorm tbat promised relief to them r.d supported an earnest and faithful worker for that reform. Inch-rised hope' fof tftotgantttog tht cchtr.il systcrn. The reported hale uf the. CapiiFear & Yndklh Valley shows lorcign confidence In southern "rails1 has by nb means dtc( out The re mailcably good condition of southern business art shown by t8o3's record Which wc publish ciewherc will tend to stimulate (hose who arc engaged in business in this scrtiou or are iiucW csled In new enterprises A number of mercantile failures have occurred during the week principally' due to the dullness of fall traa'e. The list js no longer than was to be expected with the first of the year. The op. portunities which outsiders ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 January 1894

PE5RA. I nn uiiiPiinAiM Ersday :-: January :-: 25th AMERICAN TOUJK the Distinguished Italian Actress ANDELINE MEKL1 ifltfasterly English production of Jier European Suooossi Vinm flia TSVanch Zola. orted by a strong company of English and American f Artists. "It is not wUat we.do but what we ?o advance in Prioe Beats s rflHiHC. cnac is wuui.Mij Hew Wagons. Our car of new wagons has arrived. Other rieifr goods will arrive in a few days. Our stock will be found complete in every depart- ment. . Your patronage will be appreciated. Yours truly t Wm. Cameron n X 3 if. 1 . . GLvo your Boy d Qirli a CHANCE .Entourtgchtm la the habit of aelf- educatlon by placing la your horns that great horns educator The Rswa Edition Encyclopedia Brltanica. Tea Cents a day will hoy It. See adver- tiiement on another page. FIRST-CLASSNESS Js'a wo:d of our own coining one which way jiatly be applied to THE Rushford Wagon nnnn TlMttPP and BONE DRY. It leads in strensih durability beauty and lightness of moti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 January 1894

m 51 Xi.l ffi i f y ip f j K I? Irunt an ftlic reduc Kid j9;cts licctis ami iiueh cat' Wuhtn a as increased that the For fdoubt has a I any review has knywherc in the nber comes with lions amtng which hg of Recent Eco- by David A. distinguished eco from a political but f of view. He sums incalculable loss in Infusion of the world's eccnt panic and a On this remarkeble jhich he has collected feiry Mr. Wells builds Pshow that our recent kmomic misfortunes are to the popular igno- lic laws. Well-infrm of the United States libjects better inforru- Lhe citizenship of any nh:3 Generation is sin- even of -some of the o( economics. Mr. the necessity of de- efforts to instruct t and his article is xe- If and is likely to be leaders o( the Furum Iqtion. of his pen. It ad opportune essay. Is an explanation of . the Method of the ty tlie Hon. V. L. of the wavs and A. remarkable Pjer of Ihe Forum is Irof L M. Leasbey dfl of Colorado 'on Til Bnalism A Western "Warnl Eist" a noleworthy paper sj lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 January 1894

runm 'Sr" "fypsgsirgr'". ef'tw-" 'mfprv'r vm woppfpyi tt Si ' C. ' (itV fii - X V it fASHIOK MOTHS. fin tlie innermost atinclunrics of those ernaclcs dedicated to the manure- Ire of the toilets of the rich there is a loil over the t'biack and white kmbinatton" and tu great staying Dwers as a fashion. Not only is it the popular fad among great mass of people but even the try best dressed women arc ordering ctravagant creations in the magpie bmbination. It seems as if the de alers must huvc nearly reached the ad of their rope and it is a fact that sw ideas in black and white are "worth aoney" in the most exclusive houses. IIACK MOIRE AND WHITE SILK FRINGES It was really a most unusual affair. fhe skirt was cut with sufficient dip ehind to make quite a derai-train and iras made of extra width moire in black. It was very wide at the bottom put Utted perfectly around the hip; Just. jelow the knees vas one of the novel Mires of the gown in the shape of ivlute silk fringe about 3Jnches wid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 19 January 1894

i - V. 5 JL v . H 1 W I Pi 1 I r a ' i I" I .1 i.ft hm t WASMlHI01tk 1 "Washington n. 15 Congress aun Grain to-dy' passed hiswll grant ff the Antas.s iPasi harbor company u further time to complete their work. Ik is reposed to-ntght that the execu siv session of the senate the appoint. tment of the F. Shelby Williams as marshal of the eastern district Was con rtrmed. There have been protests coating fam Paris and the Indian territory against the confirmation bat if he tc Bot already confirmed to-day here is every reasoa to believe that he a be. The comptroller has declared the Srrt dtvKkBtTof 35 per cent in favor of the creditors of the City national bank of Browawood on claims proved tp the amount of $rxa36r;af. l"; Congressman Cooper is chuckling over the opinion that he has the post master general in a hole. That official his made a ruling that a man will not be appointed to a postoffice who lives without the town in whtctF the post -office is situated. The ruling removed Jix. Ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 January 1894

n W The "vol. xiil 'h .jlWttM. . If G. Lowdori Pres. Wmi Camion V4 Prei. The AMene National Bank - Capital $100000 00. DIRECTORS! Wm. Cameron W. B. Drtuelton Fred Cockrell Geo l. Phillips J. M. Daugherty E. I) Rollins J. G. Lowdon BRIDGEPORT . RIOTERS. The Trnotion Railway Com- patay Discharged Five Men and Precipitated a Bloody Strike. Stones and Clubs Demonstration eapons Violent Resolutions at St.jtouis. The Mine Situation in Ohio. ' Bridgeport Conn. Jan. ai To- day has been one of the most exciting in the history of the city of Bridgeport. Hot since i86t when marching vol- unteers on their' way-to the front filled the streets have 'the residents been so aroused. AH day excited crowds have filled the streets and mob law has pre- vailed. The police have been set at defiance and u crowd of angry men have ruled the town. The noting was one of the results of the disrharge' of five employes of the Bridgeport traction company yesterday and the strike which followed. About ioo employes ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 January 1894

:'Mrw-TO? w t v CLEVELAND'S ORiE. His Sticking to Tariff Beform lUedgos First Offended tho Spoils Politicians. HIb Second EUctlon in Spite of them was 'Unpardohable No For elvericss now or Hereafter. " Special to the Dallas News. Washington Jan. ao If there is an; effort to conceal the fact that there is a deep seated apparently en- suring dislike for the president in both houses of congress such effort is wrong because this feeling towards him does exist. Mr. Cleveland is very unpopular with a majority of democratic congressmen and to this unpopularity may. be ascribed the friction which in spite of efforts to conceal it. becomes apparent to the public aV times. 'When Mr. Cleveland took the presi- dential chair in 1884 he was a'stranger to congressmen and a stranger to congressional ways. It is doubtful if he was ever iu Washington and even if he had been in the capital city he had not remained long enough to become acquainted with law-makers their habits and their demands socially...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 January 1894

f ''m. n FASHION XOTES. WINTER JACKET. Clofie-fittingi bodied' with bell-shapdd asquc and double epaulets tn black VclourS du nord with jet gimp and glossy feather trimmihg which but- lined the pockets that arc placed low on each aide of the basque. Front facings and huge sleeves in cotoline silk also clittcnoK with jet. Black velvet hat with dusters of ostrich tips. BROWN GOODS AND BLACK SATIN. Walking gown of rough goods in a light shade of golden brown. The stock collar is of black satin and and bands of the same trim the yoke bottom of the basque and skirt. '" ' MMIW NEW UNDERWEAR. Perhaps the newest thing in under wear is the use of nun's veiling which shows offlate trimmings to great ad vantage Cambric and fine linen however continue to be the materials in vogue for french underwear silk ex cept for petticoats and some cleborate gowns being little used at present by fashionable makers. Chemises for slight women have quite replaced the closefitting silk vest and in a way they a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 January 1894

MsvLli -"-"' f( - 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 . 1 1 ' ' 1 in 1 11 ' ' 11 ui .1 n r 1 1" T 1 "" I hi ' 7 ; n m Trie Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT KBILENE - TEXTfS. ABILENE PRINTING COMPANY. FRIDAY JANUARV a6 1804. i. . .! hm Office in H.Ki'ORTtR Building on Second Street. i..prwl at (ho Abilene. ToxnV Postofflce a Seooun-Clas Mali Matter. .- - !W .11. fiafcserlptlon Rates. One yenr ...$t.$0 Six months . . M . . 7$ Three month. . .......... 40 texts ftsd FaclSc local Tims Table. KAvr-noUNn passrnckr. Arrires.. ....10:40 a. m. Departs i n .05 a. m WEST-BOUND FASSXNCKR. ' Aliivts. ....... ...... 4'oS " M- Depart. ......).... .......... 43 "". m. Oar Gmon Mail. We have complaints from our sub- scribers that they do not get their pa- pers regularly. Those at the Quion post effice pay the Reporter don't reach that-t ffice until Monday or Tues- day after tht day of publication. These subscribers say the News reaches GuiOn promptly on Saturday Now the Reporter Is mailed at the Abi- lene post office two o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 January 1894

-f"-f$v'inr"p.7if- WR'"'Vwri!pvv ' psv " .r v "rj' ? "'K"' f ' - "wzi v HM "Vr"t r y T sti7 New Wagons. Our-car of new wagons has arrived. Other new goods will arrive in a few days. Our stock w;ill be found complete in every depart- ment. Your patronage will be appreciated. Yours truly Wm. Cameron; Abilene Texas. MKssEl Qiva your Soyi ir-d Girls a CHANCE Encourage thtm in ths habit of telf education ty placing in your homo that great homo educator. The News' Edition Encyclopedia Britanira. Ten Cent! a day will bny ivr Bee adver- Uieaent on another page. The Mik&do'a Mother-in-law. The mother-in-law of the Mikado of Japan -has recently been ill. She was attended by 403 physicians but in spite ol that she pulled through. In con- nection with the illness of the illustrious 'lady the Buddhist priests have been claiming that it was caused by the in- troduction of railroads into the king dora. Their argument was a very powerful and convincing one too. in their own estimation since it ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 January 1894

I )r IH hi Tlje Incoae Tx. jf- After debating for twenty years ngainst the continued imposition of war taxes in time of peace the Dem- ocratic Party cannot rcimpose the most i odious of the War taxes aud cscap; general condemnation. I o make per- sonal income tax a feature of the Wil- son Tariff bill is to commit one of those fatal mistakes of policy that drive a party from power or destroy it just as some great indiscretion destroys a private reputation or a wrong step brings down a financial house. To begin with the income tax was deci- ded upon in the Ways and Means Committee against the judgment and Votes of those members of the major- ity who represent the principals of the Democrat Party that are vital sound and continuing; while proposition ob tafaed its support from those membets wtto while no doubt perfectly sincere aH of them in greater or less degree and some of them altogether Imbued whb those errors of economic and financial doctrine that have robbed the Democratic Part...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 January 1894

r u ' mf u u 1 x?i V i If . ' smi IE ARE SOLICITOUS TO WRITE SOME ...torajoE.. tf armor and JCerchants National Bank. LEWIS C. SHABP y PBOPBIETOR . " INE - STREET - and Grain four patronage will be appreciated. IS A SUPERIOR WORK. The News Edition Enoyclo- ' peedia Britannica. is Superiority Both from a Literary and a Mechanical Stand- point Admitted by All. I As the lacts of the News' great ed- icational offer to us reauers Decome netter known the demand for the En- Cyclopaedia Bntannica becomes still Inore active and orders are pouring in Kaily literally by the hundred. Those who htst took advantage of the of fer made by the News haye had an abundant opportnmty to compare it with the original Edtnburg edition and In every case that this comparison has ween carefully made it has been fav- nrable to the revised' and amended ftdition now belore the public. Com- parisons have been made with other orks of reference and well known Books but in every case to the advan- age of the News' B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 26 January 1894

- rfi -.'A""1"1' 4 bi lj tf. H-WiMi'tKIpl. sahl tJlo danblitor of a wnll Vnwii nu umo cabinet Biortbw "wtfota played :rctloml mnn for a tovr dnj8 whb so Wo f terwRttl found drank fld stolonnd did everything oIbo that -waainaamisaWln aChristijuiliouso- Jioid Whpt I dtsmteaed htm ho hoa- aiatcd a taoinetat before taking hk Jbiitf departure and then said 'Mka ary I hasn't any fault to find vlth ttliar tho secretary or tho young la- dles I mado up my mind that If rer I wanted a placo I should apply io that man'forarccommondatiou." Novr York Tinles. Kotlilntr CouMBt Simpler. A BciontiQc writer says that if a 4rop of oil from a foul pipo bo placed in tho mouth of ri snako tho action is instantaneous tho roptilo becomes "rigid and jxiYreriosg. This will bo a ireful item for a p-son in tho bush and tho knowledge should render than secure from snakes. If a man sees a snako all ho has to do is to wvttcczo the animal's jaws until it opens its mouth place a drop of oil uu a pipo iijsiuc ouu wun...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 February 1894

r. i Abil I'tMl - " ... . . 00o n RSi-WoUC evtt. ttl MHti sss BffiMS MIIHIUTHI I-' X Tt a ppl XiU4 by 1M vUflttX sr 'ff-' l6- WM- Ft w ff. s attte:'dirtyiMl' X4 X- ;im3nAttci& QAt Jan. o. .iSfc.'v?.--. i. . jF' ! -..: -: urna CJusmi aakouttoas "the; com. wbthHation by wrthotuke of of KuWhsfoi Persia. Twely person; were kmed m Jftij disaster. Te thousand bodies been Irecoyered to date; The important w eatttifpl city of kojM peog fe.it.nbw only:' a scene of detolunon awl terror. Fifty tbeteewl tttefrc re destroyed mniH tow .- 15.5 ' rvPAJit wh. Jan o When LMAhahoo IretamL was shown tne "'"" . . . - r . i f .!.. Hichfromst. JLotue stating uim. wwldattcceea Ut. SatolU as pa- dekgate to h country he' was at tmciwed Jq constder ir as too tm- ibabtrto deserye considefalton being .urged by the Assoctateri representative that the general Voutdbe mteiestedWa defi- tiaiaterrieat of the subject he said: KWhw r. Saiollt AaU be--recalled ;WM1' nve uci.csaui lit" itt come jrom. Rome it is caed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 February 1894

y- i- mm. mw m m AT . 'f.-J'ST-lA i'E j) EW JUViES -a J '."VGritfWH HPWIIIPHHIIIIDfip i fc. L hu . u33 ttMpMpSK ftssV rlJWl. i'?i(.K. f vr-?t iieji ' si !l: I . it H- T t' II"' ' ' II H R r ?:. ii; ft' tr: i.t-' .. f le- 'i Cf-:.-' k h s.r 4 1; 1 f s L f2 -pr- "'A'T 11 . 4 ; 1 M "- . ' 'a ' TA ''' (I 0 M' s ?re IJ. " I J mi VLfMM&tQiiMUtTTlUrirt- SW ) th. ".. . .. . ... .. . Kj'-. ? n Oft'WUiff tf TrwVU. nous jm. ty th Bet m ' hmbfcr at" dqwties wis continued ift ii oteniMSs until M. Chady . Mended Ke tribwr. M. Chattdey W I Mi rot the jounwlist whom the KpimmuM.rreti' And imprisoned ii7thd who was executed in the eoactetgerie by order of Raul R'gault. -ftth gluwrog indignation be protested lMtift the lotokrable audacity of prtt- MM of the commune like M Clovis Hwejoes.who dared to pose as cham- nioiMt o individual libenr. Thw votited the anarchists and ancNifc'sts tq a. frenzy. They sprang to. wmr- feet fiesttculatine wtfd'y ana ' jbuttng fratilicatly. iNOESCRibAaLK SCENE. LoNi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 February 1894

1 fe ';-' Y a im H an tl" if ' ' 1 ' V. . -41 J'.. FAIHI01 tOTll. rAsmoH .A'mow. f Sty hit tirrWni it tfcvWh - i Imlng. pir harkboawr th( tt wfa. .n'.. :.. Mulberry iintiuphow nd red Vmk trt ptry fartiotiafrW. '' . The circular ftootu Wve ! rtor1 de in. yjiljrei and tl. Son of the irtwt ittWth tuStocmack: 'k. ' ' 14 . !. irarnea an trrmineu wim cTpcnunc A!ordiiiil4 chiflfo U used (o hen colored wk towns 'that have nHt(leihbby. ICottlybuttonuai large as indivtdt butter platei and elobdrately dec- ji are very fathionable. fPoirtted apron-front overskirts iped high on the hip. hae revived Ifarenow very popular; I Openwork atockings are again pop whiM hoveKies m imported ilery show gay colored stripes plaid KddJagonaJs ; re seems tol bq 116 end ao the kerchiefs and collars which the y of fastoon deiignts in wearing ut her heck. Lace or fur trims a large majority ' the reception and party dresses this ison and. it ts not unusual to see 4h on the same costume. The most fashionable shades ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 2 February 1894

rm EErS;. js-i ..j;(.tsitt IPjpwiSIf m 1 ur t 4. ; & '3i ft H IS '-- u " '.- . J? mMnmwmM urfMUWUa. - ffi F - r m :f " if r 1 iheWwMr.iMiQn f JQlflpmTlMQ COMPANY. ; HAV tttSROARV mk t94. taiTTOMMwi9ioaSre. aM ta bilw. (fcaataaVlPoMoftce- m Ml aaUftUlaT. MaJL l-J V.'S j .. Wj ..... ....iS' - . iM.fwiMkt IwaJLVtoM Tmtte. . V 4 ' 4' WV i .. 4:08 P.M. :u. twf4 4130 P. M. riiliinliriii V ifeiaaWaa TkFrt' Worth Gazette is at Jast . it the tuwdte of a receiver. 1 j ' Tbtf tt who Is t dissatisfied with : immX with.his family with his church Ks-tid'kh-Iiiscteator generally proves 'to be a kicker ia the Community which : Fi-' xsU; Gov Hoge made a good Hogg -ImkcK at Dallas Saturday and if hp- iidn'tso emphatically declared that lie was out ot politics we would think Imb a candidate for the second place ea the national ticket. j Hepresemiativis xif the Clark wing ( ttaTjrxas democtacy met tri DjIas yesterday to discuss the situation and p if possible agree upon a plan to. be submitted-jcal...

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