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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 May 1884

i I GRADED SCHOOL WHOLE rOEE-KOON SPENT visrraro its eleven BOOMS. IN The Coming Contest and How tho Scholars Stand lor ' the Prize. ' Yesterday morninar. through the courtesy of-Prof. J. B. Winn super intendent fcf public schools. The Statesman was shown through the eleven rooms of the graded school building. It was indeed a pleasant sight to contemplate these hundreds of vounir peoDle. varvinar in aire from ; seven years up to the outside limit ; all bent upon one purpose the ac- i quirement of knowledge and each I endeavoring to out do all the balance I In its attainment. The bright intel- I ligent faces made an impression not (soon to be forgotten. Of course some excelled the others as is bound to be from the very nature ot things ; but laggards and blockheads were notice- aoly absent. k THE OOMPETATIVR RYSTF.M. J at present employed acts as a etimu- loub vj uign amis ana nobie purposes and beai s fruit in the form of renewed application and correspondingly in- creased rapidity ...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 May 1884

DK. CIIAKLES S. MORSE. Thi Thirty Thlr. lrs;re of Manonrjr Conferral l'mn Iliin by two Inee- loni General from Wtuklngton. ""v.ilipp C. Tucker. 33 degree at Achilla H. Morn-11 33 bin.ti inspectors (reneral and active members of ths supreme cmncil of thirty-thirds xt W:fhiiigton arrived in thn i'.y y-or(liiy ruoinin?. The nhjwtof their vi-it WdS to cooler the thirty-third drgre i inaBonry up- on ('ha t S. Morse to w hieh he wa3 -l" f M by thosuprome council in T'i- dr-irfee way cuiforreil yesterday a4ili-t night. This is the highest inMso'un rtngree in the 'world and is on'v i -nferred upon those whose de- vv n to rmisoiiry :nd zeal in the in- t '.-.m of the order recommend them fo. th MgK hono-. Mr. Morse has b t-.i- 'iiuibinfr tho Mnonic ladder" su y step tor a number of years and uiivlnjr at last grasped its topmost romd hou!d feel irore than dout ly r' n ii tor all the tod ind trials he has eu.I .i il during the journey. Want a Position ! ! "C ! I have sent George to the Cuji-.rl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 May 1884

Lici Dcalsrss asd general agEnts AUSTIN TEXAS. Ibiy and Sell Land Certificates. Kxauiino nd lVrfevt Titles i.aiitli Kx..inined and Divilcd. IiihIh llouulit aii'l Si'M. I rents Obtained. Taxis I'.itd. It wuTs Ilt-deemed. 1 iivoFluifiiUi Made. Prompt Ht'Cfition to all bushier. Grnoral I.atid and ther !St t; Depart- Kji'nw. Corresp tmlcnce Soiie.teV. Dr.Tobin's OHHA.T CUBES Diseases of the Liver ALL ITb Various Forms bUUll AS DYSl'EPSIA -IIKADACHE V NEURALGIA. WATER BRASn. CONSTIPATION. OK ANY 1RREGULABITT OF THE BOWELS. THIS IS A COMBINATION of balme and Vegetable materials and contains no Mercury or any drastic vegetable cathartic such as Mandrake sum Aloes and la far superior in Its actios as it never debilitates or pro duces any unpleasant enecta. it will remove all diseases incidental toadis- orde ed state of the liver and is there- fore ecommended in all Liver Corn- plai 4a. It will act thoroughly on the livf itn from two to four hours time uua. does not produce nausea or griping...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 May 1884

THE Most BmliHi Pure sua Perfect LEMtKH 11 UK. . . ' TBRY ABB TRANSPARENT AMD COLORLESS. as light itself and for I Mtneits of endurance to the eye. Cannot he exec lli-l .enabling me trer to read for hours without fiiUiue. In taet mej are perfect siht prem-i-vers. Testimonials f nun the mrmt miiient men of the country can D (riven who have had their sight improve" by their use. Hawk' PATKNT KXTESHION HPItINO KVK CLASS li tlinHncit In the world. Kec- omineniM by the medical faculty throughout tlie country. No Irritation caused by tlmlr use. Demand forthese new patent eye (lasses IS dally increasing and orders are now being rvceiveu irom au pans oi iuo country. These Glasses are Aiapteito All Con- Oitions of tlis Eye. . TESTIMONIALS! One From the rat Kevlvallst W K. 1'enn: Mr. A. K. UawKes Dear Hlr- I take ereat pleasure In saying that after having worn your new. erystallyed lenses and paU-nt spruit; eye classes for the past year my night has greatly Improved. W. E. I'ENN. One From a l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 May 1884

COWHIDE.il i . AN OUTBURST OF VTETUCrNDIG- NATION FINDS EXPRJON Df THE LASS Ami Flagan ' PowersliibIt His Many Stripes the PccaW St. Justl For more than fourteeiears has the family of Air. J. C. mburne who lives four mues fromvn. been known in Austin. Mr. AYbwrne is a hard-working yeomanpd has raised his family with cdentious care and in all these yean one has had aught to say aist the honor or integrity of V mem ber of it Sometime last member FLAOAN POWE made his advent in this neborhood coming from somewhere irnncssee He settled in about hal! mile of where Washburne lived.l it was not long until reports dfatory to the character of Miss ijf Wash burne were in circulation. "A whisper 'woke the alr- A mift light tone nU 1 Yet barbed with shame ipoe. Oh might It perish there; No furlhirgo!" I The father began the instigation of the source of these reps and as a linal result on Mondavy 5 Pow- ers and a man named It Gammon were arrested on a charge SLANDER. Bond was promptly gtvefld Pow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 May 1884

4 r . Til 13 COUltTS. SUPKEUE COURT. In this court ypstenlay a mandamus was issued ordering I Ion. W. A. Black- burn judtfts of th 17h judicial dis- trict lor ttie county of Lampasas to - render jiidine.t iu compliance with the opinion aiiil judgment of this court in favor .if Marei all Wells and against George V. Lit' Miuld End his sureties on n-plevm lxnd Hugh Lew- is and O. W. liilwortb for the sum of SM.3U0 with ten per rent per annum interest from August 30. bl in a case now on the docket of said court nuni- lered 473 ami entitled (Jeorge W. Lit- tlelielil vs. Marshall Wells which cause was on appeal reversed by our said supreme court on the 5th day of June 18&' and remanded to the said district court with directions as to its final disposition and to that end that he set aside all orders of the said dis- trict court entered up since the 6th - day of l)(;cv'iul r 1S8. in said c;iuh v. hUh in any manner interfere with the rendition of said judgment in ac- cordance with this ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 May 1884

V- 1 i THE FIRE BUGS! INCENDIARIES MAKE AN ABORTIVE ATTEMPT TO BURN A DAL- LAS BUSINESS BLOCK! Hunch of Blooming Waco Girls Bravo the Breakers of the Brazos ! Mr. Willis Adams Gentleman Assassin Has His Trial Set for Hearing ! Kleptomania Takes a Icep Hold on tho Denizens of San Antonio ! FIRE IN DALLAS. The Festive "Fire Bus" Start a Serlou Conflagration. Special Telegram to Tbe Statesman. Dallas May 12. About 11:30 to- night incendiaries fired one of the finest brick blocks in Dallas on Main street between Lamar and Pogdrass in which is located tbe Exchange lixvk three large jewelry houses and several other line business establish- ments whilo the upper stories are occupied by law offices real estate firms sleeping apartments etc. The lire department had the fire under control at midnight but at present the extent of the loss cannot be learned. It will aggregate severel thousand dollars. The heaviest loser is C. II. Clancy manu- facturer and dealer in geLtlemen's fancy goods and u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 May 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUT1N. TKXAii. The Statesman gjves the news. The poor soldier laJdies at Hiuston. The Dallas Iloiuld land's decadence. beiu mus Eng- The meeting of the pre a gang at Dallas was a pleasant one. The continued rains are indeed dis paraging to the farmers of Texas. The Austin schools show up linely. Next set.sion promises even better le.ulta. You can all Ugm sending forward your bull pups again. U. S. Grant General. Eveky avenue to the beautiful city of Austin ought to be as free as the " wind that blows. It may be urged that if there Isn't much lawlessness in Mexico neither is there much law. ..Charley Ciijson has other fish to frv. lie will not be In the race for lit utcuant governor. The rain yesterday was a damper on bu:inefls. A regular wet blanket of a day was the seventh. It isn't just out of the range of rea sonable probability that Dave Culbcr- son will be Maxey's successor. The military spirit of Texa3 has lwn revived greatly by the inter-state drill now in prog...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 May 1884

X VAuDAUGH 1 the oajwos. or the thyis LIGHT AKTILLEBT SPIKED WITH FTLE3I :. ' And tho Citizeiu of Austin are IndLlguaut mt Ui ' Outrago t From Sunday's dally. On Friday afternoon a detachment of the Travis light artillery by order of Capt. A. J. Peeler first two guns 10 apprise me company 01 an impor tant meeting to be held that night. . Yesterday afternoen offleers of the company were Informed by Mr. John M. iirown. an honorary member of yihe company that the four cannons of of the the state arsenal on government land lust west of the new capltol grounds had been 8PIKED. by driving what are known bj rat-tall lies In them. Capt. Peeler second lieutenant (Jeorge Calhoun and Mr. Mjran bcott gunner at once visited toe cannons where the report of Mr Urown was more than confirmed. Ihls act of vandalism will put the state to an expense of about two nunured dollars. In order to un do the work as It will be Im possible to remove the files without cutting ut the copper sur rounding them. CAP...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 15 May 1884

THE ART LOAN ! THE OPENING DAT OF THE WEEK'S FESTIVAL AND WHAT WAS TO BE SEEN ! .The Concert at N ljflit Wlmt Vtir Sun;; ami by Wh'.Mtt! Perhaps tlm Ri eiit'ist display In the ' way of art and 'woman's handiwork whii-h tisu rver tatwi plsirn in the city of Austin wan inmiu urat.l hero yiw- Wd.v? in vh LhiIhii Art Lroaii la Ui JlriifRiffTholT huiMinjr. Eut-rirff t!.n Hwioun hall one is r.Mlil.Y IlKWILDEUKl). witli'ili" i.vMi'!u;-.H of artistic tiki II ihpI t; .!. .'.;.-i!..yfl on all jUt I' .i itin'H ui ;i r;fa onli-r are to b. j iro'.l all KllIlM. illl'l tll ll:5 tii.Sij'UV I n ciilo work ia simply asloiiuaUi t op.i of the sterner sex. Then ihwr am also provided those. sub.itauUuJ romfoilH which Hifdi to all alike.' Lunch i'-e-crwaiii caku etc. suplii'd tiooi jf.i tfie dny and .vtiuxiiX. A FLO WE It STAND with a prolu.-ion of the choicest of thete Vini!'s of huaveu" ia alao . there. p.'Uiiditl over l-y a committee of l.Ulit-H til!) llif.ltioU Of WhOSO IlaJllCH would be an all-Htifli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 May 1884

MaddosBros. Anderson Land Dealers and CecEral Agent? AUSTIN TEXAS. Bay and Sell Land Certificates. . Examine and 1'erfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Land eemed. Jnves'truents Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land office and other State De partments. Correspondence Solicited. Dr.TobiiVs GBT1AT CUBES Diseases of the Liver ALL ITS Various Forms 81TC11 A8 DYSPEPSIA HEADACHE NEURALGIA .. WATER BRASH CONSTIPATION OK ANY IRREGOLARiTi OF THE EOWELS. THIS LS A COMBINATION of Saline and Vegetable materials and contains no Mercury or any drastic vegetable cathartic such as Mandrake and Aloes and is far superior in its action as it never debilitates or pro- duces any unpleasant effects. It will remove ail diseases incidental to a dis- orde ed state of the liver and is there- lore ecommended in all Liver Com- plai ts. It will act thoroughly on the live i in from two to four hours' time aud does not produce nausea ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 May 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN I t TEXAS. It Is very jughandHsh. The summt-r i.1 upon us at last. How coy the BRpirants for legisla- tive honors an I Jay Gould i-iu't scared no more 13 Mr. Russell Sago. All apprehensions as totheimmi- nency of another panic like that of "13 may be dismissed. Tub air ia thick with the rumors c f dark horses for the state offices out- side of the governorship. Let lis have a lioard of trade in Austin. Let some reputable mei- chant move oil in the matter. Chant and Jo. Chaffee down in one pile. It is a good one for politic? There'll be no 306 at Chicago this time The present administration could be beaten for re-nomination if only it had a few more commisslonerships to dispose of ' Tns Herald gets in a neat one on Sterrettby advocating hira for drlegate to the national convention. It is very deftly done dear Herald. It is indeed. If Bill Sterrktt went to Chica- go that dude joke of his would be - sure to leak out and then there would be an end to his representa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 May 1884

A WILD PANIC ! IN WHICH MANY FINANCIAL ITEMS IN NEW YOEK COME TO QBIEF! Illegitimate Speculation Brings the Usual Disaster to Its Votaries! Anil General Distrust Almost StilLEy Commercial Pnlso of the Metropolis! The United Action of Prudent Bankers Restore Aillrlglit- cd Conlidencc! And the Country Happily Es capes a Repetition of the Disasters of '7tf! t:tlfnim- Cincinnati and St. Louis Scarcely Feel the Feverish Shock! Ami From All Sections Come the Glad Tidings The Worst Is Over! A DAY OF EXCITEMENT. Stock Take a Tumble and Several lliuiks Clone Their Doors. New Yohk May 14. The scene on the stock exchange was one of intense excitement this morning. There was a rush to sell stocks partly on ac- count of brokers being unable to meet YTUgafCllJdlliO. J VJ1'1 v' ' ....... a. Kobinson & Co. id Goff & llandall announced their suspension. There was a drop of 1 to h per cent as compared with yisterday with a downward movement being acceler- ated by rumors that several bull pool...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 May 1884

MONEY MATTERS THEY BECOME SATISFAOTOEILY ADJUSTED AND BUSINESS ; MOVES BRISKLY. The Panic Loaves but Few Wrecks and Less Cause for Apprehension. Fatal Quarrel Between Two Tcnnesseans Send Both to Their Doom! Items of General Interest Make Up the Story of Another Day's Doings! TUB BROKEN BROKERS. They HaveZ All Ulsapneared Giving Place to Confidence and Stabllty. NewYokk. May 17 12:30 p. m. Tne momiog passed quietly. Confi dence seems restored: there is now no trace of excitement. Affairs are prc- trrcHtuinor in a fair wv toward speedy recovery of values. In stocks the advance of this morning has been well maintained the movement up ward buing merely checked at inter vals by the usual sales 01 smaii noiu era to secure nronts. The bank statement is favorable showing an excess above the legal re quirements ol over mree mnuon aoi lurs. It is the opinion of the leading finan r:lers that the situation is gradually improving and they feel certain there is no danger of another backward Rten...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 May 1884

THE COURTS. COURT or AITEALS. 'J lie following cases were decided yesterday : Affirmed Harvey Lee vs. the state from Callahan county; Wrought Iron . lUnsm Company vs. W. II. Brooker I from Cravaon count v: and Frank M She rHMl vs. the state from Brown eountv. DLunLssed W. 0. Thompson vs. the state from Jack; county; and William Coulson vs. the state from Collin county. Beniauded Charley Adams vs. the state Comanche county; Sam Lane jfvs state from Llano county; and J. D. AVomack vs. state fiom Eroth county. In the Leo case Lee was Indicted on a charge of permitting certain frames prohibited by law and his pen- ult v assessed bv the jury by fine of On the trial of the cause defend ant introduced in testimony a certain deed unrecorded and never filed to show that the title to the property in which the games were played wa3 vested in 1 G. Ingram whicn dm wai admitted over objection of the county attorney and then the state without- nhi-ft.inn from defendant. introduced a certain deed t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 May 1884

Into Print. The Most Brimant. Pure ana roiur Alia XOASnFAHIQfT AMD COLOftLBsS. m lluht Itself and for softness of endurance to tlie eye. Cannot be xeellert .enabling tue wrn vxreaa lor nours wiinom iauiue. iu inct mj are perfect sitfht preservers. TeMlmonlaUi f mm the most eminent mn of the country can be given who have bad their sight Improved by their use. Hawked' PATENT KXTKNSIO 8PIWQ EVE (il.AHS litlia finest In the world. Heo- ommended by the medical faculty throughout the country. No Irritation caused by their use. Demand for these new patent eye glasses Is dally UK-reusing and orders are now being received from all parts of the country. These Glasses are Adantelto AH Cm- : iliiionsoftnaEye. TESTIMONIALS One From the tirttmt Ke-vlvaliat' W K. Fein: Mr. A. K. Hawices - lear 8lr- I take great pleasure ki saying that affpr having worn your new crystaUasd lenses and patent spring eye classes for the past year my slht has greatly Improvod. Oae rnu ilbrgtBailHM Firm in Hew Yerk City...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 May 1884

e r a i the V "" f wo 1 J DEPAUT3IENT NOTES. Charters Census ICeport-s Uni- Acraity ltegents I'roceetl- iiigs The New Quaran- tine Steamer. STATE DEPARTMENT. The following charters were filed yestereay: liarnea' opera-house at Lampasas Capital 650000. Spring Hill Co-operative Associa- tion Patrons of Husbandly. Capital stock SlPljoo. TheC W'i'ublishing Company of Galveston. Capital stock $10000. incorporators: Henry Milsom.Janies A. Breeding M. C. Shelby L. J. Shel- by and A. C. Donand. Texas Domestic Machine compaug of Houston. Capital stock 850.000. Kyger & Ilarshan Business college of Denison. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. The following scholastic census re- ports are made to superintendent Haker: Mexla White male children 102 " " female " 107 ' colored male children 23 ' " female " 3 Total 271 Affasiist mi i!Lt Wichita Falls-White males 06 " " females 03 colored males 1 " " females 1 Total m Against 73 Ia.it report. TUB STATE UNIVERSITY. The boarl of regents adjoutned yesterday t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 22 May 1884

DR. JOHN BULL'S Sifo'sTonicSyniP FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER HO ALL MALARIAL OISEASES. The proprietor of this celebrated medioint Justly elaimt for it a superiority oyer ail rem- edial tver offered to the pnblio for the BATE CIBTAUT SPEEDY and PEBJIAHEST our of Ague and Fever or Chilli and Ferer wheth- er of short or long itanding. He refers to the . entire Western and Southern country to bear him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in no oase whatever will it fail to cure ii the directions are strictlyfbllowedsnd carried out In a great many eases a single dose has been sufficient for a cure and whole families hare been enred by a single bottle with a per foot restoration of the general health. It is however pra4entaad in every oase more oer- tain to ears if its use is oontinned in smaller doses for a week or two after the disease has been checked mora especially in diffloult and longstanding eases usually this medioine will not require any aid to kee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 May 1884

1 I- . V V Mais Snl Mot .kdttnsi tail tats AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lan Is Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Redeemed investments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General r-snd office and other State Do- p irtmiQ:- Correspondence Solicited. va i-orn Sleeman's Patent H-AYI.U GOVERNORS .SAVES 15 TO riCB CKNT. IN GAS BILI JJ Prevent "blowing" and (molting burners Insures toinplete combustion. Increased brilliancy of light. No waste Gas. Mo poisonous Vapors. No vitiated atmosphere." Entire metallc constractloo. Simple efficient uurame. WARRANTED 5 YEARS. Indorsed by M).'lieMt commercial mechanical Min expert tiuuioriucN. Can unattached to auy Gas Meter In 10 min- utes. "Thev Speak Tor Themselves." "Having 33 tot cent. 4 nmcliinw)." Pottlor & Ntyimis M'l'K Co 378 Lexington Ave N. V. savin 2ft per cent" K. v. JN. 11 a 11. 1CK. Co. Hartford. Conu O. 8. Davidson. Sunt. ".Saving f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 29 May 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN I : TEXAS. T'm Most Eriihaiii. Pure ana Perfect . IV I HE. TSKV ABM TKANSl'AKENT AND COLOKJLES8. na light Itself and for snftoeas of enduranc to the eye. Cannot be excelled .enabling tne wrwer iread f'r hours without faluue. In tact mey are perfect siubt preservers. T-ttmonials lrom I he most mlnent m-n of the country can iriven who have had their sight Improved I'ATKVT KXTENSION 8PKINO EVE GLASS l-tlmllnfHj In the world. K-c-oimiieul-l by the niodical faculty throughout the country. No Iriltatinn cau.sed by their u-te. Demand for theite new patent eye Khwses H dally liK-reasmir ana oniers are now ucnw received iroin nil pans 01 we country. TIicss Glasses arc MM to Al Co fimoiis of ins Eye. . fESTIMONIAIJSs One From the Ureat Revival tit K. renni Mr. A. K. ITawKes. Dear Hlr-I take treat pleasure m saying tliat after having worn your new crystalled l.-iu anil natnt soring eye classes for the past year uiy utelit has greatly 'nv.-NN One From a . lrice llnftlneiw ...

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