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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 7 September 1883

-J. a SQtr, KUitui amd Proprietor. f ; VOL J. "Lb I .H HTH'K HE IHJSK lUtH nH HIE llh.lt /• Vv / tl I.. STAR. ; Wad iroml libel HUitb of Chicago ft two would-be assassins ill Dublin, dxv* * rvvolvar aad ■' tbu jwiiflg ALBANY, SHACKELFORI> COUNTY, l]feXAS, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7. ls,s:i \o. ■antim? for a Tul. on i Ociiil'n*-nt. Tiie good pastor was known among Ibis perhaps envious brethren, he a "sensational" preacher. One day l^ikhe_*ee sitting in his study, thought with a heap of wspapers on the floor be- Deacon fiullit oami in. Af- ter a few prelimniarv remarks, the pas- tor said "Bnllit, I want a subject for my next Suudav sermon, and I can't think <rf a thing. Can von suggest a theme?" "I don't know*" Mid the deacon,I fleotin "I've been through the whole of that pita of Moors. telfeffraohcoiuumfc, m.—" - I""* ' W1* ' police oouuzms, even tiut t*civerutiuig among them. Do you thinlf I ooulS stir thmgs up with another disoourse gtohing into tto connal, to, say .r^TLow. ifaybe yo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 7 September 1883

k.T, SEPT. 7, 1888. ■Diversity fund is 1 offlce for the Booth i to *66.001. ; o1 Nolan oonntr i from ft baggy and killed Ifcaphy. b Uwi 8ute treasurer) . for aocouut of general trial ftt Gallatin, Mo. and it is gener that he will be mo- 2—Tbe deaths Saturday were fifty and nine in lower r rales that all paj the too exchange .of Mobile during tbe past week from tbe interior have been of an unfavorable and discour- aging nature. Abundant raine Lave fallen in some sections, but tbey are too late to remedy tbe ser ous dam- age done by tbe severe drouth, which has caused more damage Uiau tbe worms, although these have swept entire plantations in Middle Alabama. Tbe average condition of tbe crop in tbis district is at least twenty-five per e* L below last year, and some estimate tbe rate at fifty per cent. ' A Railway CellUsa. Tbe soatfc bound Missouri Pacific P—eager which should have reached the eity at 6:15 ft. nu, was five hours lalf oiamg to a eeiliaion which occur- red near Denton. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 7 September 1883

MrtfftMMlEU IVIKY FRIDAY ST J. fid .Editor uU FropriMtr, its Enteral nt the Pi>at as sscoud class matter. ft FRIDAY, BEFT. 7. 1883. —Two more trams of cattle came in feat night. " Ed Ray aod H. E. Mc-, Murray will soon open np a saloon at thepld Parlor stand. —The fiaekt imported aad domestic at Bruckner's. • ;• —We aotieed Mr. PbUbriek irom - Pert Griffin on oar streets this week. i eau get three boxes of mateh • at Braekaer's drug store for five h. W. Campbell is off at court this week.. , • | Ghariea Z«g% new house Moore the west yesterday morning. Will has poue into the agricnltural business sud is making a good showing on hie Office at upper lie. Mr. W. R. Moore, who in just in 8nln,,ie Ol soine as from Colorado, informs u* that all ihat \ J0hnso,i ^ra«b t Mr. Buck Barry's house is about Mr. A. B. Duty has the oonl Celluloid hair brushes at ♦ l| —District court r •• ' convenes at this week. All eon- should take notice aod set ae- mmsk!... r and energetic printer at this what...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 7 September 1883

CANXOX ATBIXO. 'sr a youthful lover oarttng haa big gun, piiMi him to Isaru That 'tis not always fan. e, when he's plumed bis siege, And think* the missile do, TfcS gWs distrustful parent Shown him a trigger two. And m with much momentum He down the steps doth glide, iu the I i ■ lie iitHtam t ho will here to beer it. AT THE MOUNTAINS. IMfo- l the fates cooMbs ,N«11, to Ibst Have after all ▼hen i wae stand , drawn £zs:' i the MtUt Ml bade a title of bend that when that steamboat bell rang he was talking around a danger oos subject. And it had often since oceured to me that longer, perhaps been Mrs. Norton, but the wife of 1 Bob Trueman, the artist. The hot blood surged into wy cheeks at the thought that I, a mar- ried woman was passively allowing .such ghosts of the past to be resur- rected ; so, quickly changing the top- ie, I said: Tell me of yourself, Bob. Have you brorght back little bits of all tbe world, as yon and you would when ; Km hade me- good-bye, sketch-book ; n hand, f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 14 September 1883

ALBANY J. C. RON, Editor and Proprietor. "Li:i .irsTH i■: he ihi.xe tii<k <,ii the iie.w ex's l Ai.i.r VOL I. ALBANY, SHACK KLFOIfl) COl'NTY. TEXAS, FlilDAV SKITKM HKK II. ISM.!. I ili/is i„, I r nil ik, so. :w. NhWg IN BltlKF. Pacific op the ited by Mr. the openiui hk Tit party of German statesmen, and journalists, who ienry Yillard to of the Northern in New York n steamer Elbe, after a " ' were wel- illard and a number of .A fixe broke out in a teneinent-homse, and four ' of suffocated before a could reach them. One 7 injured in jumping to . .K. 8. Wolf & Co t wire at Ameeville, N. Y. was burned, a leas of $75,000. Thk Presidential party arrived in the Upper Geyser baain of the Yellowstone P 45th of August, after a ; ride of 230 miles, and went into camp near Old Faithful geyser, which treated the excursionists soon after dismounting, with one of its hourly eruptions. TLe party were in the beat of health and spirits. A sen- sational story is telegraphed freui Idaho, to t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 14 September 1883

THE ST All. FRIDAY, BBFT. 14, 1888. iboaad in Vioo. Albany U to hare a 820,000 stone ■table. . Tbare war* heavy froata in the ■tetaa last Saturday night Prohibition waa earned in Hood coaaty laat Saturday by a email ma- jority. •; Tho difference between the cotton bnyere and the farmers in Delias, is about settled. The Oisoo and Brownwood Stage «M robbed between the two potato Major Penn hee been ee in his reviftl at Bel ton that he oiled his limbs, girded up hie loins, spit on his hands and will tackle Fort Worth. We have always been a friend to major, have watched bin movements against the Arch Enemy of un aud applauded the strong plow* of the preacher. Wo are sad- dened now, the major is being be- Kuiled.into the home of salan, where be is sure to fall a vietim to the am- bush. —Dallas Times il I opportunity of giving him greeting, has | The crowd on the outside took np the shout on the instant, and it seem- ed for an hour after court adjourned that everybody in Gallatin was yel-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 14 September 1883

STAR.' BVaKT FBIDAY BY " Ait Pott 14. 1888- ij.il: MoKiwy V.Baker, has jut oom-' pitted hituselfone amomg the neatest little dwellings in the city. —Mr. E. 6. Senter, a representa- tive of the Loving Publishing Co., paid us a friendly call this morning. He informed ns that he had arrainged lor the dalitary ,pf the Qasctte on the same day of publication. -The grand jury, the petit jnry and eTsry.body else, ought to go and ted stock Hi i well Extract or To- «ut for scab *. £. CONBAD, Aj*. •wired 1 t—Attontion is called to the advarj tisment in to- day's paper, of Mess. Roberts &8taodefei, land agents of Rice Springs Haskell ooonty {the ad- _Mr. H. R. MoMuriy passed onr offioe one day this reek with his faoe'all coverod with amilss. Upon being intarrogatad as to the danse of h^s good humor, said it was a girl and weighed 9 pounds. , at MeBisi- —Pstsr Hart, At'-ornej sod Land Agent, has lands for aale in 8bsokel- ford. Jones, Throckmorton, Callahsc, Eastland, Stephens and Young ooun...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 14 September 1883

8m tko pratty Uliv Eye* ao big and blue, Know* a groat dual, iiiaylir. But only atya "Oo, oo." Handa like btlla of cotton. Feet ao pink and fat; Whore could tlie kid Uave goMcii Han da and feet like that' l to round aud oliufl v. And auob—auch a now' Hair ao abort and Huffy, Audgraciuun, aw tboa« toaa! Looka at everybody, JlmJJ it knew tbeui all; Doe* it want aomo toddy v la it going toRqua^ Yea, it'* going to do it, i«itb*llorav wouldn't aoll it woo.oai,ooo. TKEAT1NU A CASE ACTIVELY. BT WALTER BBOWNLOW. I vii once gent foi in great haute to attend a man of respectability, whose wife, a lady of intelligence and refine- ment, had diaoovered him in his room lying senseless oo the floor. "What is the matter with Mr. H—•?" I asked on mooting the lady, 'I am afraid it is apoplexy," she replied. "I found him lying on the floor where be had, to all appearan oes, i|)U< suddenly from his chair. His face is purple, and though he breathes, it is withgreat difficulty." ■ I went up to aee my ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 21 September 1883

J. C. SON, Editor am/ Pi oprietor. ALBANY "LET JUSTICE BE DOSE TlJoUdH THE HEAYESS EA1.L." STAR Tnu,!. *•/.<*> I' "'1 VOL I. ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 21, J-S-S.!. \o. 39. NEWS IN BRIEF. did oonflidtti*i>ie •nil along the valley Tl e loss on tobacco I in Massachusetts is at Pall Kiver were by the & .tion and labor. of the ntill -operative* owned poration* were found to be condition. An old En __ that the operative* were in Englaad than hare. in Boston the 8d, The Japanese _ i*~ large an* artistic, i* „ .. native* in their hnmo oas- Among the pr duoteof Ireland are a stono oroe* weighing five ton*, and a model of the treaty-stone of Limerick The Bajah who eatertained General Grant in India has sent a cast „f imfiAM mniical iiisti uiitenth, Mu sicis furnished by the Victoria Bifl**' hud, ef Montreal , 2,238 oar load* of graiiw of DO were cjrn. line the prooe*ion would be i mile* in length. . A who boarded a train at Smith- field, Utah, covered ei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 21 September 1883

FBJDAY, 1 d, 1888. Following we give poruon of r-ge to tbe 1 by ti e Jury your comity under the oourt, ..being I will perioral your -duty under r, txvor or partial- I fed satisted that the confidence l yoa individually and ool- will not be miapkoed but ^pfllfcaeejMt ao criminal act be or mail, trill escape your nation. Your ' iuto the performance of duty and throughly ferret out Marts, and your fellow aitixeDs,as well M the approval of your own conscience et man. 1 take the liberty of jour especial attention tp cer- tain partions of the eruaunal cade. Alter charging the Jary upon fogery . pargery. false swearing, theft, gaini- ng and the derelict of duty of officers, the Judge and: I also wiab to call your MpMSil ttto&tioD to ft wbioh for eoa tilM past baa been ex- citing the people of this section of tbe iate. I refer to the diathetics ol Anca*. WiiiU I feel that the law on thii subject it very defective and vary inefficient, yet it is the duly of your body to use ovary effort ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 21 September 1883

rtlKAT OT &mr tl. 1888 i tor yon r* rrd PURE DRUGS AND a r wee prodeotire by"*. f Keoe Yob ths A >M*S> mm opples at Chtrley j Ha.ru , Coorsd A Co's. > iho bigbeet msrkst i«i* town st- MEDICINES. Prescriptions SPECIALTY. Rock«House AIri A N Y — - - - — ' Texas. iJJOS A. P0A9B, Attorney-at-Law, ALBANY, TEXAS. Will pndwe is all court* of the United augtl to mil for Break- of th<- law firm r who is iu et- t, paid ,c*ll this *u visited by a I of run loot Wedooa- areday ruorniog, > bailed with joy by our ret trip from with •▼eaiag. —■Judge Wheeler, paid the Sra • pfeaaant oall tbis week. He * rotiaaoMe Udy are guecU at Mr. 8. F. fkiaaon's. —Our hotel* bare been crowded thia week. It la hard to tell wbiob of thass aeta the bmt lab *. Bat Jim Melton iaoiete oeomioaiy apon • liji«g hie at the Albany Hoaae, whieb ia good enoogb fe n. -Wo noticed ia aUeadaooe apon Diatriot eoart thia week, Col. J. L. LrXeCaU of Woathortord, W. P. Bobeotioo of Breek en ridge, Dietrk-t Attorne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 21 September 1883

i - -* - m 1 0 « Of QHUl, eA the sky; is put ou, aoft presently Trottv is safely tucked in bed. Bat before she has had time to get to deep, mamma's own maid Anne vernes in to haw a little chat with none. At first they speak in whis- pers, which is rath* loolisb Trotty thinks, as she watches them laiily, rtebistidr, She does not is just about down Trotty's cheeks lays her head afftinst the seat, and draws her w) her face. She as the cushioned ihtsbrsasi I he said: rsaUhe'dlahs lu|u much aUeotion.and ng asleep when she an none sgy, "Her Uncle Fred. I: Bhe is wide awake in an instant. "You know.! never beard the whole Uf that story," says Anne. "Tell me about it won't youf Then, to Trotty's great joy, nurse tells Anne how, long ago, grandpa's pride and delight had been in his handsome boy. But though he loved him so dearly, he was voiy stern to and too: ode day fAMfw WSCUVEKY. at the wheu grandpa bad punished him very severely tor some slight fault, the boy's proud spirit bad rebelled ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 28 September 1883

.w J --4-.— l'roftrietor. MjBANY \*S*ET JttSTJCJi HE DOSE TUOl (ill THE JIEAIEXS I ALL. STAR. Terms p100 per Ann**. iV ■*'' ■ ALB.KY, SHACKBLFOD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY SEJTEMHJ£K 28, 1H83. NO. 40. rgcontly made. Euro- ot the rapidity with _ in the way of sanita- tion abandeuod by the that thuir fears have burned the houses several European uier- The foreign resi- ou vessels in the troopt dispersed the ritiah gunboats were to the scene from Hong Kong oattlo disease lias spread all over 1, and only American beef can i obtained in some ueotiouB. MEXICAN COTTON INDUSTRY. Th tlrm ditln IIIU of ^uoreUio- CaltM Mostly u «l, AmitICW cent. in almost t in many district* Col. David P, Washington He edited the ) pro- of the the BH Commission t Lincoln in erof 1861. ed to in teet Hill have Commission appoint- conduct of Arolii- their report They find the he held guilty of official which in its consequences loss-upon U(0 Govern of Battlet liubbius & were paid #19,500 the plan)) tot the apparat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 28 September 1883

FBJDAY, KEPT. 28, 1883. About 800 b ta of Cotton wir tmd at Kiufmu last aundaj. The Taylor Go. h torn HJJ snow paper 0«P, • «poo ia>iliee ere the co daliee of the privates ut the army pout, The eta to went of acorea ut o tbar privates tuatain Swiizer. It ta tliH that hai caused 8.700 doaer- tiona with in the past year froiu our army, all told, of only 25,000 men. Tha young Weat Pointer* are ruining the army by their tyranny aud abutte of the mon under them aud their vio- ioua habile.—Dallas Herald portion ot It took fire morning of nf tor equal aod the city oJ having her tarn It ia great foroe tbem- •quality with the V&jM* iip; -ji: • u><> agent ior September, 116,412; pro- 814,844; other to be paid. i 4tt education ruloj* ?I funda, must oon- r, the funda that have aocumulat then "the country ia not liable to the eeweet prorata appointment Jackaboro on Sunday Weatherford, one ot tba the aameatage ope only took and three throe were pea* demanded of tbem It MM* that Br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 28 September 1883

ALB'JTT star. wr.ian nidav bt rul PMprUttr Port Office «t 28. 188B* our efficient the 8tak I will fell PionM (fti. trade it quality fit M7thing of r- He ■Mr. Tbo>. Hall our efficient deputy Sheriff was the recipient this week ol a fine Silver watch pre- sented by Sheriff Simpson, as a to- ken of his appreciatioo for bie eft ciency in tbe office. —Charley on the west side of the square, ie the boss and don't you for get it. Ho always has something new in the eatable line. Hit latent is fresh Oysters and tbe nicest we hav* true to his usual liberal it y fre jW* Bit 'em out to tbe hungry printer fta though said "print" was paying for them. When it comes to liberality find enterprise Charley is not excelled. —In tbe oaae of the State of Tern* es. W. C. Pace, tbe defaulting treas urer, the jury returned a verdict of gailty and assessed bis punishment at two years in the penitentiary. Judge CampeM the defendants coun- sel prepairfid.billi of exception and statement of facts for an appe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 28 September 1883

be«n dev. Bat all a!ong this 1 [ aloof with AUow* daf*| l and Pilot the deadliest foe; t Willi the waring corn. I harvest and new bowo bay; Prtfflf-'-tTr " sotting sus, - — 1 till stoOOOf day. ! with aweary Mb, I by phantasy—never there; I along with .care and strife I U Ami lir. ~1 j along from our childhood's home, i the eheery glow of a motfaor'a lore; {along oeotentod.to roam, [ peu pictures aa onward we more. | en the treaeherons aand, water from a bitter cap; to that distant land, I tide of life to gather aa tip; [ along with aia and remorao edhoart and prostrate form, *>g, a ilHffUd cor#©, | drifting toHim who keepafrom hann. -OUade Do Haven in Modern Argo. A BULL 8PB1KG DAT. i to have been a spring day, not. People dated their 10th of April, but the bold- i shivered m it stood, for wintry wind penetrated every y « thai is over now, and— A load rn8tle of silk and jingle off bangles, caused Olive to start aside; and she made her escape from the room as her voluminous aunt e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 5 October 1883

- w*r ! proprietor. fe'" ALBANY "LET JUSTICE I IE DOXE TllOUdJI THE UEAYESS EA1A,. STAR ALBANY, SHACKELFORD COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY OCTOBER 5, J883. Term* p.'HJ per Annum. NO. 41. « by of the /■ the of a ot sell the colt for 150 000.... 4 Halifax dispatab sajb that the bark Brattania wag lotion Sable Island, and the Cap- tain's wife, three children, and eight pf the cr$w were dtownod, including the first and second mates The lumber propeller Oakland, bound from Bav City to Erie, foundered.- off Girard, Lake Erie. Two of the crew escaped sit raft. The rest, it is feared are Fbof. Dpi) o is, the Statistician of the National Agricultural Department, is of the opinion that the corn crop will .... Hthe wor- rta, been much over uthern cotton'export the yield of that staple for at not above 260,000 tales. The ban been seriously damaged by -a by ^the pestiferous of the ;from of *4 cotton worm.--It is ..found by reports „ nsffBrsK Pennsylvania and Wisconsin hus great ffercd from the recent {re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 5 October 1883

***** SSIDAf BT - Inpliur = the PiMt Office et, LI, OCT. 6.1888- I of edaofttion has pur- ! county Sity.000 of |i Awarded tbeooatract the Stephens couuty BLe takes it for 880,- On the ground tbat consistency is a precious gem we reoooimendtboee Eepublieanjournsls that arc engaged io mouthing over the aoquittakoftho ex-bandit, Frank James, by what they are pleased to call a "Dem- ocratic jury in& Democratic State," to read up the acquittal of Dukes in Pennsylvania, Stokes of N^w York, the Republican acquittal of the her- ror makers of Towksbury, and a few more scenes of similar "judicial" re- sults in the cultured precincts where Republicans rule.—American Regis- ter. n^r is making in Te*«B. He loo- liy to crowded ' 'x v" • .1 i IMfer* of the Press for the ex- ilic, Cincinnati and / : nourat and Reporter >atLongview lit subsided. I there was a great r excitement. postage stamps the rate of 1,- the department supply the' de- tbe post- try. Pfrfefotr leagaos by the live the same...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 5 October 1883

I I I I I avBux nuifr wr r ani Propria Mr the Post Office at er. 6. 18 88- '#Q«foo this WmIe. ' returned from tveek. «roora t the scoood page of the ' *« afford oon- -«•«! « boys at (be JSf (, McRira IP: knife k for Mr. Mo< ( flour for 18,60 An excellent flour also kept i nd ftttfdy hvr* i to enjoy the benefit 1 to see Mr. fteitwod Lover thon Ever. ">~ ▲Ibaujr AialB to the Froui. Although there is two lumber yards now in our to*a. Whep jou want to buy dout forget to call on T. M. Rich- ardson ot tbe M. T. Jones lumber Co, where you will find oue of the largo^t And most complete stock of lumber. Shingles Doors, Sash, Coinout, Cement Flues Ect. In fact every thing that is kept on any first class yard io Texas will be found in their yard at Bottom prion. Respectfully. M. T. Jones Lumber Co. School Board Note*. —At its meeting on Saturday last the school board for the town of Al- bany, employed Mine Delia Spbara aud Mrs. Davis as assistant teachers, adopted rules and regulations f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany Star — 5 October 1883

lit jour dinner, father." b'a daughtor Mid, Aa alto took from bar arm a Lottie And lifted ita aUiuiun lid There's not any pis ot puilUiug bo J will give you thie," upon liia tail-worn forehead Ate left a^ohlldiah kiss The blacksmith took off hi* apron And dined in h appy wood. ■ >M t the savor In ilia humble food, While all abeut% vert' TiiiiuuH MA of p**phetic bliss; J> t l>a never thangtit nf the magic IohUliWa daughter a kiaa. While she with her kettle awiuging; Merrily trudged away, [ atdght of a squirm), ■ wild bird's iar. na>; a shadow •f life and fate ve would miss, If always tmf (ratal dinners With a kiaa. ^ i were the eigns of hasty' not be extravagant, lor five dollars packing, and \>y the window, irnpa-! will not labt long." jtientiy wialiiugdor the o«m g« wliioh j She had made her few purchases I was to convey him tlift-iirst step tc- J and was going home, if tike bare room ward lion!-and 1.W, stood himself, jiu which she livid coulj he called i Agatu Uic ...

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