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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 July 1892

YOL 1 In Hefense of James Stephen them m T Editor Herald I notice you offer to publish any communica tions political or otherwise and avail myself of it My attention has been attracted by ii recent correspondence in 1 one of our dailies between two per sons touring the historic n uncs of lEoratio and Tootsy who evident ly belong to a mutual admiration Boeiety of which the pass word is thems my sentiments Tfiese two are singularly unanimous in the expression of an antiIlogg sentiment Now had either of Ahem taken it upon himself to do fend his excellency this had never been written but I do like to see fair play In the first place poor James is accused of beiug a native Texan Now while Teens has hid mioy governors oi great abi lity not born upon her soil yet I Can fee no reason why thi s aeci dent of birth should uuiitate Against the present incumbent Then too poor Jimmy is accused of producing this drouth which if irm must account for Dyren fi rth < failures last year In olden tim...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 July 1892

f < W THE DAILY H RALB kFIUST OF ALL T JIB NEWS ISSUED JSVEUY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JSSB 0 WHEELED Editor and Prop Entered at the Pcctofflce Browns ville Texas as secondclass matter > MONDAY July 11 1892 Down with one man pnwoij Down with the deimtiromte 1 > e suris voure ahead then get right if yon can jSow what wonlJ po > r Tootsy do if WootRV should dh If the little giant doesnt gel titer he will at least succeed mi put ting some other son of Texas more worthy tliHti I logs If webk a jud e ot notnenclat tire our correspondent todos i s whose eomuiunicatioti we publish today has spoken once lor all The Hekald is here to jranke friends and a legitimate living but it y u feel thnt it is not worth reading and paying for dunt take it The republicans as well as the democrats of Cameron county like the IIekald because it is a clean newsy sheet and treats all with courtesy and fairness Beowksville b iuivcfcron Nows c rrcspondent evidently differs irom all accounts and fioin the e...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 July 1892

ic fcaiti Stfald ADVERTISING RATES advertisements One dollar > pcr lncli spice kJ COCts Inch A subsequent insertion prr ertin Si > cciEcate5itt n aumthly qusr Jriv Ecrniycarlyand yearly contract Local advertisements ten cents per line first nsirn ani cc3 ller lino oaclfiiibsoquMitfinser without change three cents per fon Monthly foe well insertion Corresiondcnce solicited on all mat terg of local west or of interest to the people of Southwest be accompanied ij communication must r the name of its author not for publication un si so directed but ask guarantee of good faith ad when bv request fletitlons signatures appear reserved to ommuuica uithu rlBht is iosnch UscIosjtheiiamoolthewriUir should a necessity forsueh diselbsure sab ribew who d > not raetvo their papers reg ttflv are specialty ifequeted to notify ihUxJlllco will r lrttcror in person Any ueh cmuplaints sive prompt attention aud iusure betler service creator SUBSCRIPTION RATES no year Postpaid isSlGuthH ie Mouth ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 11 July 1892

K fe sp > mn i The X usTJt S of Jfonksys New Yoik July Tliu J an who spetdis the lan Uige of the inunluijs started for Em ope and nd plenty of big morkeys and will jalso be among a tribe of blacks hut littje advanced fiom the Kild animals of the forest J r Garners two chief aims ar to learn the language of the apes in that region and eouyerse with them if possible and then by study jijg the speech of the natives to see ifjtbcre is similarv or comectioti between the language of the ap t rnx that of the natives To do tii as perfectly aa possible be is going to take the phonograph to Africa and use this instrument to catch the speadi Galveston News Another tfdtai Slcvetisov CorrcsronclenLe Wilmington 3feseen ger Wilmington If C June 27 There is an Adbu Stevenson hvinj in Statesville JL C who while unknown to popular fame has reputation that reaches fartlui than that of the Illinois namesake This M Stevenson is known to botanists mineralogists and aschffi ologists the world over ns o...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 July 1892

fe i hroL i Kate FielS editor of llvute l elphia Press 1 Since f 4 fields Washington and a shrewd Server of political events after jsvfntf attended both the Minnea 0is Had Chicago conventions 4 J Urcs her firm belief that Cluve Qd will bn elected In expruss belwfcthat he will be glue Id i my she fiftySfandff speak u mv reli knowiLcapaeityof a thorough dependent mugwump I take nlocoiisiderution his record jas a nflf hoiie and prineipie and existent gentleman while presi dent and leave eonaideratfons ot jeiiduiciit altogetheraside Fre jard Ir Harrison rs a strong aaii one oi the stufstnceked presidents tkiseonntry Iws had I neveriell inte theeiiioroi consid ering rhim ajaveakling But he kkailr Clevelands elements of popularityand for that reason in mv oniiuoliSie will not be electi 1 Tgie Indians polls Sentinel has JdvkLd fromfnearly every county a Indianaumdithey are ail of jtho NiiiieitenoiMiiat Olovekusds Mr lotninatiunlias aioused the ioat Tt iilbtii BH uiitl will not only jringou...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 July 1892

LJ I m AJr igssrsr fES l 0 EELEB Mtpr p d Prpp J5irtereil it the Poctofllce Ero wns Ville Texas as seqpiid class matter TUESDAY July a 189 laiu Why not irrigate Wjiy iii t tyu water works 2 We jUjUsr aiuj will jhivo water Works The republicans have Hou imAc A V Smith a political former fif gAVciIor Jvansas EXAT < jt AIills Jjariyites uii < l climate and jirVluets TvW olier8 jiidueeuu yts to ho home eukex thatno ithor county can otf r ffprc liuyuiifgii lexas has a jflogg lor governor a Tig for a aud e a Lamb for violator a Juihain for representative a Buf falo fo r sheriff and many other hiiimaJs around joose l eal state t j TRiTST 3SSS Teyts ls a feJ The siMecntn oi August draw fipace It will be then to that one Texas will be fought Will thi jt > erple of this eoiiyeiitjon say m im floiigl uo n yrerajlroad lio imn jmtnij rantF no more prosperity jUo forbid Goy Ppgg in nfs jjjicceh at jlarliii la t riday Buys he jsyill in Kl ylQM stump Fp e kin if the other fellows i i cajjt...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 July 1892

> e C For PointIs W iUy A fsheriff 5 1 reasurer sessorVj Vsinvjjtr Xval adwrHwrnrntF ffiL ls Krqjissfi js a ept lToatstones The finest land in the marked Contracter Sniderl tiji rer gfiay aajlif those people will only do T K and County J OumiimgB irrigating this county would be Oapt garden pf Eaeu Ltgm juuiuma > be t i npnts t < r lino firet MHtiimords 3f fgcico Ecept Sun f More attache h KRALBoffice having concluded Mat inofp Mexico < a in I oditor and during his peregniiatiou s 4 Eg arftviujltpwnhu will beglif tojre ieve any ttlioiftiem Vvi luh y u may feaVo t giv b HistkIct Ofiicuus Unitejlitaie8ili5jiuty inspectors Joi IMstrict Ild tA lojia 1 illussfll mnguez an I owo aj ted twei district AUpii < y D M Tnrmr tliievesthis notning Kligi Ytf t Mid district Clerk j Louis Kow ski TcQtiuro Castillo at Hamireyo cross4 Distriot cij it commences oi thurUig When attempt was maie to ar jirvt Moltlji y in tue nj iil of F b rsi them they made al ro k forjiliurty jhmI SepUmbftr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 12 July 1892

k f3Wty js h mwim of News and Miss it JLe Newport sippi vVnllev road depot that in iB Ivonror has nat h en edij d by iHjUluiitthHtTBVHrciKnrne l in tin vUy j Iwiw Al hg 8toS i alien WuAl lie Wished and br J iidKrsieuHctied and sleeper aud wiUlin Alio mass are the mangled iul inched e = h and bom of Shree human buinjrs Wiho e live were crushed iutiuitly Uliif mnriunjr the avail tfupp tiiif the JjYoiit street extending from < Po pbir to Mallet tejl 4 ffJay < uviiiin < the sleeper Swimauwa jSVun Chicago arrived here The sleeper nd coach wore pushed on n track u te tfepot iwwt Aw the p wall A Itertie passengers were didirlitw ed the ondnctor left the ir and in company with Condue rtor Kogaa of New Orleans came aip tovu and spent several hours juukUiKwer the eiU The two Cuati vverefieen together late l i6t jiight aid fc > s supposed Ilugan Spent the eight in llunterd sleep ier When the wnil fell tftie sleepre wiis niftshej almost into the ground andtlu 3wiU Imiliy crushed TI ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 July 1892

51 V vol 1 T f XVf C Government commenced in aisnrpation and oppression liberty and civilizatiqn t present are jiDthingeteetlmn the fragments of jightfl whicliitlie scaffold and tlic sUike have wrung from the strong guilds of the usurpers very step of progress fce world has ever made has been from scaffold to scaffold and from stake to stake It would hardly be an exngeration to say that alUuegret truths re jath g to society and government have been first heard in the solemn protests cif martyred patriotism or In the loud cries f qruahed and rving labor The law has always been wrong Government began in tyranny and force began in feuda lism of the soldier and the bigotry of the priest and the ideas of jus tice and lmmarHy fba vebeMC fight sTjng tlifiir way like a thunder etorm sigaitiit the organised telfitflittess of htuaan natute Wendell Phil jlij5 Cwtlo Mont tribune Frank it M Ue of alisp Jl4 is probably the busiest muo in ion iniis lie its making preparations far Mi exhibit at the...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 July 1892

JSSUCD EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY JESSE 0 WHSELE tt Editor and Trap JJntered at the Poctofflce Brownsr vifle Tlxas as second class matter WEDNESDAY uly 13 jjg r We AKE lost in amazement Are you a GLilucrui V thought we were f Hope s official c irj r for the state Jhi3 been charaetizd by an obstinate selfwilled de immatioh to rule or run Tin Oouiitji JJemuciatic Con vention of Cameron county was ugularly held andinstructed foi Geoige CkVk for governor tan railroad Show us a strong supporter ol Hogg undwe wilUhow yyu afinah who is trying to ruM somebody Vinos business are is pad because he can t The David B Uijtl ciui of KeW York has endorsed tfie democrat ic nominations and the James G lilaititOlub has swung out avllatw iiuii and IvUiu bannev Why tuu who proclaim that this country must have a MU i d o develop it null support Hog Ave cannot undeistand With B gg governor no more railroad build The Tyo Larcifos ii Ue treatcJ Jo line misic duuui the summer The guiles eayi Jt was loUncd on y...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 July 1892

Grande TriAVeekly at 7 lum daily jp rjp IfLEGTOEY RKript Judge John C Russell ifefWPbfei eslLah H 8usurer Mfreil Taornhara etary ttorney eyor liitlLSplW JtT Qvks Mdor and Collector J A MicheL otincements will be puUltshcd iu IeiLvld atthe following rat s ressioual andsenatoriatVUfSr jsentative and District SMi > OTffltyoflicerSi85 = Jtedactofficcrs S2m insure public n caQdates tFalwa3aMpjiny tl ir entii MthftklTfcsh v itAt txMdmwmENT > r JFor District Attorney KiiniEB sacindidB > fwi hit J Ediuburgthis niorning on I fMin up the iiyerl i I rid advertisements k 1 fint jhil ir w pa line guf j fae hPMfPfraturef toda V lip i moudenoosoiiciteii on nUmattera of loeU j Watch or the IlEttALD bn woffeterttotho psoplsof Sggjftpat rf ± tn mnphl r f J3jJ lAHnnmnHtbeaccomnailicd the lrSt ll m 1Q mUCri > th namt 5f tUe rgci iuggU rirocu iisVosuro Seribers who do not receive iu eir papers rcg Sc special reqnsRted to n9tU3r this olco fjlorin pon 5 AuyisucU coniplnjtts wffl sSwompt aScuti...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 13 July 1892

I r i c i T jJZTa JJX tS Ir and rs Jynatiua tirw funn UieJ jtW tjie dau < hter < f jbdwLu Booth are guc ta t ihQ gjhuont 13ar Hurbnr Mrs Frrtncw B Phillip pna jWunt ofAe Illinois vinrttr a Kx jingitfon Wd hns bu s punpelled JO yy i u mo ZPWnt health Mr ljss Carman the yw Jfoya cotiun poet one of wlu e poems appears in the Jnjy Century rtill hereafter be one of the edito rial tfaff offijurreut Literature John X Stone e < jtor and owner of the JLandersoo j T C DaUy fln h r is probacy the yOAiiige jjuirnal fet 3 u tJUe country 8tpr tone is only thirteen years of age Jjtey II S icArth1ur ot Crtl yaryfBiptist Church New York jailed for Uroe yesterday by the yfieist Bismarck jtud was seen jdown jtbe bay by an e euraiun bunt full of friends rlemy D Buljkley of Baltimore haa been made comptroller of the Pittsburg q4 Wjaatew fe Jway Company which has been recently acouined by tjie nltimore and Qlo Air inljcley Jias bcou comp troller or the Baltimore and vOhio for several wontha John...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 July 1892

r011 IOE BOM EAD STRIKE nnAcrscLirgpFBO TiiEiiW aSOWAILIES jS the strikers were TheleajlPW usually communicative We not talkwas the response to interrogations Litter the pinion was freely expressed that e militia will be revived by no ostilo demonstration and an r ljstjce be diclkred until nter their ejVrtnre < 4t they will have awesome time said the o go eaderofa little group near the the r d Ue Icpot a J wen the mill raid like to set them run lonnuion This little sentence expressed as oily nscftnld volumes thesitua ion tint will be ushered in by the Ivent of the miliiia As lopg as L army or is on the round there vflil pe no opposition from the strikers no lawlessness uid no violentdemonstrationbur vlien the iniiltia is withdrawn Urn strikers will S uop down like birds iion unionists thnt it of prey upo is attempted W install in their cw and they will be rent to pieces by theMJ euemies TUistfs oiidvnlitciily the PLAN vOF THE STIEKRS aud the chief ear of their leadfis now is that...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 July 1892

jpMylf Ji v Li j < 3THE BAILY H3SRALB FIRST DF 4M THE AJSlJV JSSUED eveiiy DAY KXCFrT SUNDAY SSSE 0 7HEELEtl Editor apd Prop Enteied at the Poctpfflce Browns ville tfuyas as secoudd lss matter THURSDAY July 14 1S92 St John s < va Scotia has al most been wtiped out ol ixirienc by fire Seyenty inillion dollar ayorth of property wa destroyed Wb vvant it dioiiucily Jindcr Etood that the Hehald is not hurt to Jiy e p charity Support it il you tbjmk it is woriiy ofsuppoit jf not dont do it IIOU8TQH had received her h ist bale f cotton Tli s tunc it comet from Di > yal county jyliei e the jcouutrj has been patched by jdt ought for months DtWiu county has cairied off the honoijs for u good nuny years pat but bin has cjthor had t o much rain or to iiujoIj politics and negleetid to Jook after her fi nt bale A DrsPAicii from ftan Antonf to the Gaivestou News says Uarmcn Ybanez the Mexican rev oluiioniet whose extradition wnt jpught by the Mixieau govern ineiit on the charge of inurdu ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 July 1892

SrS jtLJ JV W i li < VW pe w n8 e r < ADVERTISING KATES Precinct o 4 Pablp Perez County court meets tor ci il criminal andhrobate bitsiiu ss on the fi < st Mon day in ilarch June iepttmbw find December Cry Offjceks ilayor Thomas Carson Chief of Police James U Klhan T bisarer Alfred Tuomham Seaetary M B King mry Attorney FrAnk Fcuille r TQ CUJt0J0 lTES Announcements 5 will be published iu we Herald t the following rat s Congressional and senatorial S5 Bepresentative and District S10 County officers So Pra nct officers 3250 To insure publication candidates 1 would always accompany their an nouncement with the cash ANNOUNCEMENTS For JOistrUl ltlorncyf Wi aee iciHOBiiED to annouq the name of L Kuebek as a candidate tor election to the ofKjtrict Attorney of this the 5Sth Judicial I Kfcfct UTVLf LOCALS For the benefit of some ot our read iJ ja C iittfc f THl U ten 9t8 per line t l t tdTtrtlsV3 jjjjy juo jj D jQev J3roW IlS SnSritiSt ch gitbwa oonu per Uouseon Eleventh street eeid...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 14 July 1892

I < Is V P Snowden division national guard to your support at once Put your self in communication with hi Communicate with me fur further particulars Robt E Pattson governor The mayor general with the ad jutant general and quaitermaster general at once proceeded to tor mulate orders for the inobUiz ition of the guards The troops will be under way early in the tnornin f r I r l 1A A Tbiicineas was in town uidurtd Mafor Genera it was explained correspondent iiitui > > i 11 right headquar jSookwnlter of Ohio who owns ex tensive works in Springfield In the course of a son version on the subject of the sttiko lie said The democratic party could not have prayed for a better illuslrri tion ot the sham of proteciiou than this which is now held up to view at Homestead Mr Cruegie 1ms goue before con rs for the pa t twenty vearc with his doctrine of protection and like a good obser vant body of congres has always given him what he desired Ue has advocated and has received pro tection ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 July 1892

gj ft tf Ijol i Ourstite to oppress With wanted distress i As theysurely will do J Bvwe and by yon IrWegjveem the uhance theyllAudce us all donee JUhnever No neve > rl A way off down atExalls lake a Urns oiVbtitifro s then respunded < a > Korr rHl ttfjgg nt dljiLgg wont do Give CUrk Give us Clark By orgegiveus Clark j j At tliiffjuncture Joe Britts eld Ijmopthffiok rooster a very eeriliy the wayfluppod his lngs arid eaug out in stentorian ties lo lhe News The days are now about wttheir jjiaest jFtfteeti hoars ot sumhine ndbnfc nine of daikness or l0ie properly manner twilight 3r long after old Sol lias hidden Ms lurid countenance behind the ejtemthorizon the charming semi LtJcnessirnnains s a sort of com jromieeb8lWfiin isht andday 1 fTliemocljingbnd revels n mer Uiiuiickryuntil even tholongi dim and jjrows dessiatydid koeps np her mo still Inter itono K affirmation he ehril weird avhintle of chuck illswiduw and ttb > WhiteV cial simple litto song exert a ott pleasiyglv ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 July 1892

Laredo News There is nod pitting the fact that a railroad t Brownsville would prove of great benefit to Laredo Such a railroad would also open to settlement one ot vtho groiitest agricultural sections of the state Caller The Laredo iews says her eiti zoos should determine to see that a ailroad is constructed from Lare do to Brownsville Such a railroad would no doubt be a great benefit to both towns but Brownsville first railroad giving us through connection will be built from a different direction The Laredo Times wants to sec the Kio Grande Valley irrigated and planted in grapes It says Prom two hundred to four hundred dollars per aero per year can be realized clear profit whereas those acres now yield with few excep tions only about fifty ee nts per an num for grazing purposes We ake petiectJy willing to stand corrected at any and aM times We gave the editor of the Cosmopolitan crodit for the author siiip of tho article What is not Democracy but as the paper says we have credited ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 July 1892

lihe Hitit for Alice Texus daily at Rio Grande City Mon dnv Wed and FrMayat Tor Point IsbeLdavy at Matouiioros Mixieo Except Sunday sit930 iu m day ARRIVALS From Alice Texas daily at 10 pm hio Granue TriWeekly at 7 am Point kiabel daily at > MatJiiioros Mexico u3U a in cralcL ADVERTISING RAPES odwrttscmnita One dollar par lodi onuo t insertion SOctspM inch each subsoqueiit mJnimUIll 78 8 1 < 1Uar 3 hy the iilv et The steamer Clinton irriv1 inside to sea yesterday at p in Z tJie uar at daylight this morning with Santiago Schooner Leman ar j oai advertisements iencenu p ue fir i 24 cars frejght and the following list riveJ isde the bar this morning inters or of interest w people sail for Morgan City Sunday connect Z SXZZSZ3Zi ingt iKvoS HrowsvUe guarantee erf good laitli clock a 111 same day rcquoi JfcUUou naluw a is Msrch mianiitotioii U right reined to atdose tho name of the writer should a necessity trise for ixeh disclosure SubPerlbsrs who do not receive their pipers reR utu...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 15 July 1892

fY f Worrying Homestead Pa July 11 Hntih ODonaeJI who istho undtd pited executive of ttamestead said I with tire fut carried to every frieed of utAm in the hmo Itliat we ure refill gladto troop are eoiflkisr and propose to tetitif our satisfaction in aiUiitM < igtttkabh auanner Ti e miHilia rediovLS w of a possibility which hifl horin upon us heaviy and we gl dl give over to litem the jrcseivatioi of order and the priMtoetioti ui tin Carnegie property The present duty is tu attend tn the reception of the tioops 3Svery one of our men wiHpwt > n their Sunday clothes get a clean nhirtandieurMeduwn to do honor totjihoimijifcaryof PunttsyIvania VJlriB said there are 400 Pinker ig i i lP YoBr trulj ffiiewspajier GkOVER ClEVLIiAND Vj SVte PJVoifS Cleiks iu book stores oftenxlmve s > trangQ reque8tP The otiier day a iyrS lked info tSie Bowert iMer aill companys etcre aiid inquired of one of the young Jadydenkdfo a copy of fEler Ben lou mean rBen Our General gong tnassea aia < Jj...

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