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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 October 1884

.J: 4 r WASTED ELOQUENCE. A Slim Catherine Under the Gu Light Greets the Stralchtont O ni- ton Last Night. It was a queer n.eeliag that of Kor- . ton & Co. last night. There were no 4 glowing torchliKbts no beating ot ' drums or Btrains of martial music no yells of applause from enthusiastic adherents In fact oily 150 or 200 people were assemlled altogether and over half of those were democrats who prompted by curiosity had turn ed out to listen to what these oponents of Simon pure republicism might have to say. Calling the assemblage to order. Dr. W. C. Philips in a brief talk introduced the Hon. A. B. -Norton the STRAIGHT-OUT CANDIDATE of the republican party tor the office of governor of Texas. An odder looking candidate for so exalted a place perhana was never seen. Long allowing locks that "father time" has bleached to a silvery whiteness give to the old- man a venerable patri- . archial look that was strangely at war with his grotesque puerile manner that at times smack- -...

Publication Title: Austin Weekly Statesman, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 23 October 1884

District and County Dereocratls Ticket. ' For Congress Tenth District. JOS. 1). SAYEltJS. State Senate. GEO. W. GLASSCOCK. For Representatives. E. T. MOOltE. FELIX E. SMITH. JUiitrict Judsra A. S. WALKER. District Attorney. J. H. KOBERTSON. District Clerk. JAS. 1. HART. County Judire. Z. T. FULMORE. Connty Attorney. F. G. HORRIS. County Clerk. FRANK BROWN. ' Sheriff. M. M. UORNSBY. County Surveyor. JOHN E. CAMFBELL. County Treasurer. A. J.JERN1GAN. County Assessor. . Tax Collector. M. M.MOINNIS. Hide Inspector. H. S.OAFERION. Public Weigher. JOSEPH BAKNUART. " Justices Precinct No. 3. WM. VON ROSENBERG Jr. D. C. SAN DEL. Constable. A. J. THORP. County Commissioner Precinct No. I J. W. liltUVVJN Precinct .No. 2. E. CHRISTIAN. Precinct No. 3. D. C. PACE. County Commissioner Precinct No. 4 T. J. HOUSTON. Independent Ticket. For District Juctee A. S. WALKER. Senator 24th District. JOHN T. HAYNES. District Clerk. JAS. P. HART. District Attorney. BINGHAlt TRIGG. Representatives. E.T.MOORE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 October 1884

j 1;; MaikBrsi.fi Mir m: LAUD DEALERS -AND- GEH'L AGENTS AUSTIN. TEXAS. Bay and Sell Land Certificate.!. Examine and i'ei-fect Titlea Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes raid. Lands Redeemed. Investments Made. Prompt attention to all business General Land Office and other t'Mte Departments. Correspondence .Solic- ited. STOMACH Protection. No such protective iipalnst chills and ferer and other olseases I a initiiirlal type exists m 1; atelier's Stomach Hitters. It reKeves con- siipatlon. liver rtiso.ders rlieuinatKin kidney i.nil blander ailments with certainty and pimiititud-. Alliance as gratifying as it Is '.uinpli'te soon takes place In the apiiearanco as well as ihe seu-atto. of the wan and hag- Ki.rd Invalid who uses this standard promoter oi nn ua ana siren(.-in For salo by all druciflsts and dealers f euerally. l: and Mm Class Books. CHORAL WORSHIP uauW No'belter provision for the needs o? choirs has for a long tune been furnished. A nob...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 October 1884

- 1 . Announcements. For Consrreu. THE STATESMAN 13 AUTHORIZED TO announce Major Jos. D. Bayers as a candidate lortongress from the loth congressional dis- trict subject to the action of the democratic convention at Now Brauntels August ma WK AUK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE ieo. W. GlasMuck as a candidate lor State Bnator tmra the 24th senatorial district conv p wed of Travis Williamson and Burnet coun- ties. FELIX" E. SMITH ATTIIOKIZK8 THE Btatfsman toannounce him as a candidate tor the Nineteenth leglslatiireotjrexas. Kor District Attorney. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A irniwiifnrtiinfimol District Attorney of the 26. h judicial district. comosed o( the enmities of Travis anil Williamson (now the 16h district) subject to the action or a aemo eratlc convention. Jambs U. Rohkrtsov. Kor I'dHMty Attorney - WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Mr K. fi. Morris as a candidate for County Attorney 01 Travis county. sY"jr Inspector of Hide and Anim aln Hi WE ARB AUTHORIZED TO ANNOU MCE lr. K. 8. Capcr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 October 1884

.STATE DfcPAKTMEJNTS.' j t ! - Owlni? to the absence of nearly all j f ui uio ueaus oi me various depart-! inents of the government very little of interest; is transpiring though the clerks are kept busy with the ordin- ary routine work. 1 The Houston East & "West Texas fllailroad company has sent in its au- Jnual report which shows that the in- debtedness of the road amounts to $1204809; total earnings 8303404; net gains. 3ib8ui against Z3iuuu last ytar. The sum of 86000 was paid out on school certificates for Colorado coun- ty and 8781 for the city schools of Palestine The assessment rolls of all the . connties except four have been sent in to the comptroller. The appropriations for payment of sheriffs district clerks tax collectors and other state officials i3 entirely ex- hausted and henceforth they will have to be content with certificates Instead of the cash. jxo regarua trie taw iuai peruana iiu one but a public weigher to weigh produce unless by special request of the ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 30 October 1884

; DOMESTIC 2TOTES. Happenings and Kvmts Condcnwu from the Week's Press Dispatches. The American nunne Association metta at Pittsburg x'u November 19. Adams express ofiice at 'Woon- socket 11. I was robbed of S16.C0O in bonds and money on the 21st. Gen. Hazen.of the United States signal service has made his annual report in whW-h he praises the in- creasing uselulness of the service. John Atkinson of the firm of At- kinson Davits & Co. of Chicago is fihargred with ernbe zling 8200.000 of the firm's money in epeculatioj. A three month's drouth was ended at Atlanta (i a. on the 2istbya heavy rain. At Hunter's f omt L. I. last week Patrick Kearnan was convicted of murder in the iirst degree for killiDg Peter McCormick. B. D. Cooke & Co Washington banke.s failed for S150.0CO. At Galesbur? III. en the 23rd Frank Avery fell dead on the steps cf a hotel. - Gould has got hold of the Oregon Railway arid .Navigation company. Last week the Tennessee railroad bond ca?o came up for argume...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 November 1884

rr. J. i; - i : 1 -? ' r 'i . I. LAN DDL ALE RS uu'L ACEWTS AUSTIN TEXAS. ' Buy and Soil Lane Certificate. Examlnt :imi Perfect Titles. J kinds Kxkis inert K" Divided. . Lands Bought arni ;:d Sold. J "ateuta Obtained. Taxes Paid. Jit&Ia I.eiieeoied. J nvc.""tn icnts Made. iTis p" mention to all business In CearULand oilice and other State De irtments. Correspondence Solicited .... r-rsl r3 CELEBRATED sti'tter's Htoninch Milters Is a fine blood ;!!. '!rrnt. a rational eatliart c. and a suoerb :i:.ti-hiliou specific. It rallies t'te fallen en--n;iei of the debilitated and cliccksiprenia- lurs decay. Fever and ague billlous reniit- UMjf uyiep-iu ;u.u nowei eo.PDiamis are ainoiiK the evils which it -iitirely removes. In tropical countries where the liver and bowels are organs most unfavorably 'affected by the combined iiifin-nc6 of climate diet and water. 31 is a very necessary saieguaru. ror sale oy ail aruggisis auu aeaiers generally. ii? and Singing Cb Books. CHORM. WORSHIP l. O....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 November 1884

THE STATESMAN. ACSTIN TEXAS. KATKS OF SDIISCRIPTIO:. Weekly Statesman ll.no per annum Invaria- All papers will be stopped when the tenn of siilwcripllon expires unlcssotherwise ordered. Parties chaining their address are rcqui-slcd to tlve the old as well us the new addn-sa. "statesman PUBLISHING CO. WM. T. GAINES THURSDAY NOVEMBKIl 6 1884. The president has ordered that a public square in Washington be named after the late Mr. Folger. Dr. Desciiaiips says the scarlet fe- ver microbes may be easily killed by the new chemical thymol. Foreign syndicates and capitalists now own nearly 30000 square miles of territory in this country. The vote of Texas for Ilancock was 156428; for Garfield 578J)3; Weaver 27405. It is predicted the vote for Cleveland will go to 175000. Bradlauii again presented him- self at the opening of parliament to be again ejected. lie will have to undergo conversion to make himself stick. The passengers and crew of the German steamer Maasdam had a nar row escape. Tn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 November 1884

STATU JHJPAKTM ISM'S The Texarknna Foundry and Ma- chine works with a capital of $100000 has tiled a charier. The sum of 53000 was deposited yesterd ty to the general revenue fund uompirc ner fcwain has returned from a trip to Brown and Coleman counties lie reports a dull state of affurs intb- west especially in re- gard to tie toek interests the range Hieing viry )oor. cattle in bad condi- tion and no buyers ia the country. Mr. C. S. Harlee of the land board is occupying the position of chief clerk in the department of insurance stal islics and history made vacant by the tltMth of the late Mr. John W. h i windells. The appointment is con- jMierea a gooa one as the gentleman iurmerlj occupied the same ploce and is well qualified for the duties of the oiTiee. The Merrimac Land and "Water Company of Seguin capital $50000 has been chartered. Eighteen railroads operating in this state have stnt in their annual re- ports to the comptroller's tllice leav- ing twenty-six that have not yet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 6 November 1884

J COMPLETE RETURNS OF THE VOTE CAST 15 TEE VARIOUS WAEDS OF AUSTIN. Cold Day for tlie Republic- ans and Independents In the Capital Counts'. The count of the vote polled in this citv was concluded yesterday evening about 4 o'clock. Couipelte returns arc appended : FIRST WARD. Total vote 256. Cleveland 137; Blaine 109; Ireland 120; Jones 120; orton 9; (Jiltbs 159; Sayers. 138; Hector 104; Glasscock 155; llayn:- 81; Moore 133; Smith 137; Loe 127; Walker 241; Kobertson 133; Trigg 107; Hurt 245; Fullmore 239; F. U Morris. 151; Kent. 87; .brown 179; lliiluian 62; Ilorcaby. 182; Kings- Miry 57; Jernigan 244; Metz 197; Mclnnis 70; Morris 171; Xolan 1; Campbell 149; Caperton 120; Warren 111; Barnhardt 139; Hamilton 82; Singleton 15; Christian 161; Von Korsenberfc 94; Sandel 53; Tegtner 120; Turnell 122; Thorp 94; Hopkins 123. SECOND WARD. Total vote. 227. Cleveland 165; IJiiine 57; Ireland 152; Jones 61; .Norton 4; Gibbs 178: Haynes 8; vote on other state oilieers in proportion. S.ijers 153...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 November 1884

V ft. A -J 1 I B f J LAND DEALERS ;GEN'L AGENTS T " AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Redeemed investments Wade. Prompt attention to all business in General Land office and other State De partments. Correspondence Solicited Hosr(tor' - - - - - w ".wiiiavu it. 1x7 in 13 n 1111 0 lIUUU P".rV't tt r.itlonal cathiu-tlu and a superb - ... u-nin oM-i;iuii n rallies ine mutm en- rgles of the debilitated and checks prenia- ure decay. Fever una au'ue. billious remit- lent (lysnotl.Hta. :uwl tinivfl . nlulttta om iiinong tlie vil which It - Mirely removes. In tropical countries where the liver aDd bowels "?TKi4!is no3t unfavorably affected by the --mtiiie influence of climate diet and water. ." " Jn necessary saleifimnl. For sale by --r-' auu ucmcni generally. Is pronounced by scores of phy- sicians and thousands of people who have used it to be the best known rem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 November 1884

V THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. KATES OF SCIISCBIITION. Weekly Statesman 11.00 per annum lu varia- bly in advance. All'papera will be stopoei when the term o( gubscriptiou expire unless otherwise ordered. Parties changing tlieir ad-lres are requested to give the old as well as the new address. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. WM. P. GAINES - NOVEMBER 0.1884. THURSDAY Important Notice ! Th Btatksbias will pay no hills con- tracted by any employe of this o"lce except upon order tinned by the bui9nefs manager. We pay our men every Monday In eah and merchants and others extending credit must lot expect us to be responsible except under 0 udlU us aa above. THURSDAY - - NOVEMBER 13 1884. Democrats feel very happy. St. Louis has joined the army of the good. Williamson did the Glasscock. good part by TnE Globe-Deaiocrat (Uep.) says "Burn those returns." The plumed Ananias will sneak fnto ignominious oblivion. Several days to the election of Blaine "Globe-Democrat. The democratic majority in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 November 1884

ANOTHER NIGHT OF JUBILEE AND JOY WAKES THE ECHOES IS THE OAPITAL OITY OF THE BANNEE STATE. Unabated Joy Over the Glad Tidings Scenes of Last Saturday Night The English langnage is nearly powerless to picture the scenes of last night. No words can give a fitting idea of the grand scale on which the exhibitions of democratic joy were made manifest it was a repetition of the occurrences 01 tne night previous intensified. The first was a sponta- neous demonstration the second was organized and premeditated. The ob ject m both was the same. Every- body knew what the gleaming torches and the long processions meant; what the Drilllantiv intimated houses and BLAZING KONFIIIES were for. The Avenue presented a Sicturesque peculiar scene such as as been seldom witnessed. A long line of men and boys forming at the loot of the street marched up It toward the capitol hundreds cl people on either side watching them a they wended their way by the light of torch and trans parencies and all along the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 13 November 1884

i X s l t A TRUTHFUL TALE Of the Reeent ntn of Travis County a Itevealed by the Offlci 1 Count. The results of tfce election in this county hive been known accuratt-ly enough for all practical purposes for sever?! days but the publishing of the official count made yesterday will be of (rreat interest to all the readers of TriB Statesman who desire to know the exact inures. The state- ment is in the form of a very simple table that is understood at a glance. THe majority of the successful candi- date is placed opposite his name be- ing the number of votes in excess of the competitor who received the next highest vote. The figures were taken directly from the judges as they made the count and may be relied on as accurate: Total No. votes. Candidates Majority Cleveland & Hendricks. Blaine and Lwun FSUvier St. John mdIwd I juiltwrwwl 3.'20 aaii 6S 8 4 2 r2 3 ftl 75 3.12 113 3303 192 3 370 2 2 34 '1 197 33-il 2M 3445 179 29'il i'7M 3042 2C' 2875 2827 S 8 i415 2UK1 B.tiiM B.GSO 5 59 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 November 1884

J 1 if LANDDEALERS CEN'L AGENTS. AUSTIN TEXAS. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and l'erfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and Sold. Patents Obtai ned. Ta . js Paid. Lands Iledeemed. Investments Made. ' Prompt attention to all business in General Land OiKco and other State Departments. Correspondence Jvlic-iteJ. y . CELEBRATED i j31"1 It otter's Stoiu.K.-li Hitters is a fine blood di'Mimil. a rttoiml rHtlmrtlc. and a superb H'lti-lillloiis spccillc. It ralllrH fio fallen eu- iTL'ici f the (li'ljilitati'il. and checks nreina turrt ilway. Fever an-l anne billions remit- tent (Ivkpcpla aid bowel cotulaiiits are anions llif evils nlneii it ntirely removes. In tropieal eoiintiies where the liver and bowels are organs most uulavurabW alleeted by the combined Inlhieiiert of t'llmatn diet mid water. It is a very neeeryury safeguard. For sale by an uruKliisis aim ueaiers generally. u elm u uia v&r ksmn 37 Court Place LOUISVILLE KY. A renlrlT educated nrl totally...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 November 1884

TITO'- STATESMAN. AUSTIN! EX AJ. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Weekly Statesman si.oo per annum invaria bly in anvance. All papers will be stoppei when the term ol subscription expires unless otherwise ordered. Fatties changing their address are requested to giv the old as well as the new address. Address STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO. . WALT. GAINES J. T. TYLER. Traveling Agent and Corre- THUKSDAY. NOVEMBER 20 1884. TnE country mav be said to breathe freely. Capital State Fair December 2 to 6 inclusive. Afteu election's fitful fever we now sleep well. The fair begins December 22nd and every body la asked to make exhibits. Tan mental condition of a republi- can is properly termed the jimblalnes. Cabinet makers are busily at work. The Statesman proposes to leave th job to G rover Cleveland. Tins year we are willing to join There is something to give thanks for. longer do the people look puz- zled and inquire "Under which king tv i t i ' i i .. .1 ; . j- v. jezuuiau. urover leveioiiu in iuo man. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 November 1884

i A . .;-. V I r I I aiV 4 THE STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. IHlItSDAV - - NOVEMBER 18 1884. I A FEAltFULi FIND. What n A nut In Mother did to Conceal Iter 8hame A Sickening Story. Sometime during the forenoon of Friday a lady liviog ia the north- era part of the city found a ghastly object in an outhouse on her premises The attention ot the lady wa directed to a peculiarly offensive odor and in seorching around for the cause she alighted on a singular and at the Slrne time revolting discovery. Wrapped up in a piece of old carpet- ing was revealed the decomposed re- mains of a BOY BABY that had been cruelly made way with shortly after its birth. A jury of inquest was impannelled by Jus- tice Purnell later In the day consist- ing of the following gentlemen : Dr. Q. O. Smith M. A. White E. Swan- son W. S. Glasscock 11. B. TJnderhill and Paul Pressler who repaired to the scene. "While their proceedings are in the possession of The Statesman it is deemed inopportune to give them just at this...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 20 November 1884

THIS COURTS. ASlucnlar Snlt-Pttlculr of the Ca lu the Iltrict Court. The whole ot yesterday was con- BPUieU in hearintf testimony in the casu of llobbins va. Diuuuitt a suit brought to recover 82500. The case is a very peculiar one and i3 almost entitled to rank with the' "causes celebre" in the list of Texas law suits. An outline of the facts is briefly this: tiomaUuie in the summer of lS77llob- bins the plaintiff in the case and Dimmitt the defendant both citizens of Williamson county; the latter a gentleman of considerable wealth ac- companied by Dimmitt's son a youth some 10 years of age went on a trip to some of the western counties. They were goinjr it is balieved to look at some lands that one wished to dispose of to the other. The three traveled together in a hack. "While on their route on a certain night after striking camp in a - sequestered place a couple of alleged Highway- man T-zwla nn anil demanded uuv supper. It was furnished them. When they had finished both present...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 November 1884

T :i ; nn JLjI LAND DEALERS A TTCinnTAT m STATESMAN. U K ' L.m DEALERS 'AND C'L AGENTS. aL'S LIN TEXAS. Buy ei A bell L:nd Certificates. Exitnia uai l'-irfect Titles. Lmi .'.3 Examiued and Divided. Lnndi Bought- and Sold. J'amatd OUuiiud. Taxes raid. Land.3 ite:'--i;riKxl. LT'eslFi'-nts ' Tade. i'ron'.j i r-.t'.f nUon to all business in O-.cv.l L v.t! Office and other State ..y.arti.-.e j'.s. . Correspondence ti-.J Uostetter's stoniHcn l'.lttrs is a fine blood (U tmrvnt a rtiiui;il oiithiirtic ana a superb ju.U-tillicms spedlW?. It rallies t!ie fallen eu--i;ies of the debilitated and checks prenm- l. ire dot-ay. Fever and anue billions reniit- ti iit dyHpop-iiv a'id bowel to- plaints are among the evils wliieli it ntlrely removes. In t.-upleal countries where the liver and bowels Hi organs most unfavorably affected by the i '.mMiied liilliii'iiee of climate diet eid water u H a very neeessai v safeguard. Kl sale by ii.'i druKKists and dealers generally. MOTHER TTsed herbs in doctori...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 27 November 1884

Li STATESMAN. AU3TIM. TEXAS. HATES or subscription. My Statesman f i.oo per annum Invarla- i bly In advance. i papers will be stoppel when the tf rm of f liplinn expires. uulessotherwise ordered. Vties changing their address are requested ? the old hi well as the new address. ires STATtSMAS PUBLISHING CO. WALl'.GALNliS J. TYLER Traveling Agent and Corre- londetiU KSDAY - - KOVKMBER87 1884. ';ek. Logan so far is i the tatooedman. saint be- i'HE country baa betUr do without H than have cholera. AriTAt State Fair begins Decern- j- 2 and ends Detember 6. In Cleveland's majority in Ken- ky Is put down at 50000. he official vote of Mississippi is: veland 76.510; Blaine 43500. "he Arkansas official vote is Cleve- d 72900; Blaine 51541; Butler riiE nineteenth legislature does net eta state senator to succeed Gen .'-.xey. " ; 'Iecollect that the capital state r begins December 2. Prepare ex its for it. Vheu Gould cast his anchor to 'udward that was the end of the aine craft. " " ; The failur...

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