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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 November 1890

tf r Wwnvtr?" Pf)iw t ;yTj'SJ- " - 4r Ar Abilene Reporter. VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 7. 1800. NO. 45. ; Tplf -4 wj H i; The .' im .... ... . ..... m WK i S w :THE G 0. P TORN TO PIECES A Political Humcftiio Country. Swoops tho KANSAS FALLS IN LINE Atld Six Out of Sovon Republican Candidates for Congress tiro Defeated. M' KIN LEY AND CAtjOH. SNOWED UNDER By their Democratic Oppononta Indi- cations are that Hogg is Elected and. tho Btaio of Texas is Still i - Domocratic. Cincinnati O. Nov. 5. Private dispatches state that ex-Gov. Foster concedes the election of his opponent Hare democrat in the eighth district by xod majority. " Cincinnati O. Nov. 5. Official footings show that the republicans have carried Hamilton county by majorities ranging from 5284 for coroner to 2984 for probate judge. The majority for Ryan secretary of state 8252. Bel- lany Story republican for congress -first-district has a majority of 2881. Last year Campbell carried this dis- trict 587 a...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 November 1890

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 November 1890

"xwwwiw (- U WtfAT It MEANS Some SlartliHg figures Concerning thtf 3? ublUhinp ifuainoss. The fcioud of paper flying daily from the humming presses is nmnzmgto contemplate. Many of the Suiiuny editions of from twelve to forty pages .would carpet the cities where they are Tinted. A short timo ago on .1 gala ccasion the Atlanta Constitution turn Out a fiftv-six pace edition. 1 he a.n lraricisco Examiner at the chtls ning of its two monster Hoe .perfect a Dresses. "Monarch" and "Jumbo" ucwOut Untin a startled community (brty pages of portraits nnd illustra- tions and the St. Paul Pioneer Press came out with ft sixty page edition de scribing the largest newspaper building in the world. f For thq 600000 edition of its pre lum number the Youth's Companion Boston publication used 125 tons of apcr Aid to illustrate this startling act printed a picture of the Eiffel tower 1000 feet high and by its side the stack of papeV piled ream on ream 3400 feet three times and over the height of (he 'fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 November 1890

PWll )ll liiilIHlWl 1.41 (' "M1"W"W BESKI SSffSKwwdiuji 1 .111 ml ni . . iliJI ; rr iiiiitoniia r - 'ri 'pjw vr wiwwf-;. tn'-j Vp! ." ' "" ."- j' v t ag5BiS55Bi)B5BS5wiiiroMi?j7 (" i I f.'Tt fa mm m & u w 1 I Hi Hi. n' Hi' I If The Abilene Reporter. ! 'j mi u PUBLISHED AT ABILENE - - - TEXAS. FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 t89o. OIW IW.ENi JR. Editor. Office in Hordcr Huildlnr; on Second Street. Entered fit tlio Abllcno Tcxn rostbfflcq n ftccoml-ClAM Mull M niter. Subscription Bates. One year Six months j. Three .months .. UiHUIl ....$1.50 ..... 75 . . . 1 40 a........ Stanley will receive $2000 a night for delivering his lectures in America. The Concho Valley fair at San An- gelo this week is proving quite a suc- cess. A new game of cards has been- in- troduced in Chicago society called "waleedi." The Louisville Erie miners' iff Colo- rado threaten to strike unless their de- mands for incRsfsed 'wages' are acceded . '" lherc is something inconsistent in the great self-made individual who is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 November 1890

mmn-.mn iM imma - f- M ABILENE Everybody should send maps to inquirers. We will supply all wanting them. Parties East wishing Maps or information write us We' are prepared to sell any of the Texas Pacific Lands. Also the Franco-Texan Land Co.'s Lands in Taylor Jones Callahan. Fisher Nolan Mitchell and Shackelford Counties Par- ties wanting these Lands should apply quick before all are sold. We have some extra fine SHEEP AND CATTLE For sale low. Also Improved and Unimproved Land in Small and Large Tracts. Also City Lots Improved and Unimproved. LHN DS- 9 9 9 e & e 9 ILiOa-A-Xi. Texns and Pacific Local Time Table. EAST-HOUND PASSENGER. Arrives i .r. .... 1 1:00 a. m. Departs.'. 1 1 :25 A. M WEST-BOUNP TASSENGER Arrives. '. . ." 3:34 ' M" . Departs - 3:SS p- " G. S. Flanary Weatherford spent Tuesday here. J - The Windsor hotel furniture is the Jiandsorriest in the west. Misq Rita Moon departed Wednes- day evening for California. ' J R Welch is at Shreveport this week with Champion ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 November 1890

IMM piiiPiiiiiniiii u hi aum)uwm J J ' r - j. A- 1 iWIWHIWlU'MIW I R :m f CXVXCX DIRKCTORY. rtH HnptlAt fmn1y fohool. 0:a'i. jii.t aor- v at II hi. nnil H:!'I. m.i prnrcr mi-cling rYVertuMli.y mijhU WetiioiKtt Boiith iiii.uy noliodl.OiW a m.t nervine at U m. hnit Hn. m.t braver meeting vpttf Wedncily evening nt 8 p. m. IfAXriw l'nstor. Chtircli o( llio HcaVon) Kent Her ticca on 8nn- daynt'll n. m. nnil 8 p.m.. cxceptlMK on the fourth Miimlnyt Wednesday ovenlnun nt 8( nandiiy achool at 9:30 n in. Chrlmlnli Church Hmiilny fichoolatni.TOa m.( aervloi ot'ery SuimIat at.lt a. in. nnd 8 p ni; prayer mooting Wcilncwlay nlKht.at 8 p. m.t caramunlon services limtiiflcr Huiutnr chool on dm mul xceoml Htimlayn hud Jtitt niter preach lug; on third mid fourth Smnlayn. 0 A. Faiua 1'iiotor. Cumbrrtntld l'ronbrtortaii Clmroli Services orory Hunilar morning ami evening! Sundny cJiool at 9:30 n. ro. prayer-meetlngi Thursday 'eTOUIng. Hot. 1). C. DcWltt paMor 8ECRET SOCIETIES. Abilene Cominnndcry o. 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 November 1890

t.H wit i 1 ' l1 ' -' in 1 1 1 - r I.O0KOUT MOUNTAIN Description of that Bonutlful and His- torical Bfldfc. . .win i r.ti ItCAitnrt'uMttitftltntftoH lirtdlci TtcAitiiiR ciiih OeUlMJf7thlSSil If you have never been in the valley of thd Tennessee 1 mean that part of thb famous valley (tint stretches south westward from the great Sand Moun tain to the picturehqu table land of Monte Sano you have missed n scene the fairest of all in that country of fair setnes. I will not attempt to describe iu I cannot do it justice. No one can. It ts the paradise of North Alabama and in the heart of that far soUtheni district devastated by war and yet thanks to its protect- ing bulwark ot mountains its pleasant homes and well tilled lands escaped almost unscathed. Not many miles to the north is Lookout Mountain with its history romance views railways' hotel park and its wonderful natural forma- tions where I spent part of the heated term. This mountain is about eighty miles in length. At its southern ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 7 November 1890

UNIffi ii . w n i -k.m S . f : -. SPECIAL FOR THE "WEEK "V 1 v. 1x w mt w p. COMMENCING SATURDAY NOVEMBER syi TILL FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14th INCLUSIVE. We fully recognize the fact that a satisfied customer forms the strangest testimonial toward increasing and maintaining a nermanent trade and take raleasure to Dresent below a eonmlete list of new bar- ' " gains to be had in our stores this week. Please note : "Ml In Our Dress Goods Dep't. At 5c a yard or 20 yd's for tpl plaid worsted dress goods a nice dress fab- ric for children sold elsewhere at io and 121-2C a yard. Our price this week 5c a yard. At 16 2-3 a yard or 6 yards for tjl full 36 inch wide pure wool filling Hen- riettas the celebrated double eagle brand fully worth and sold at 25c a yard; all leading new shades. Our price this week 16 2-3C. - At 25c a yard fuii ssnch habit cloth solid colors and gray mixtures ; warranted all wool actual value 40c a yard. Our price this week 25c a yard. At 35C a yard we shall sell the re?" ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 November 1890

Abilene Reporter VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 14 1800. NO. 40. .- -j. -I rUft OUT OF THE DARKNE88. ' Tho Contract for Ablicno's Electric. Lightu OlOsod. Wednesday the contract for electric lights vns formally closed between the city of Abilene and the Abilene Elec- tric Co. composed of J. P. Massie O. W. Stcflins W. A Paddock and asso- ciates and Capt. S. P. Massiej is now busy canvassing the city in the inter- est of the company. The "lights we are glad to say are being taken by the merchants generally and by quite a large number of residences. Under the provisidnsof the contract and the franchise the city of' Abilene takes fifteen aooo candle power arc lights at an annual rent of $ioo each. The company is to complete its plant .and be ready for business with- in four months. Orders have already been forward- ed east for the machinery and the company thinks that unless some Un- usual delay in shipping occurs the plant will be in full operation within ninety days. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 November 1890

W" ni k -... i'n IW! ll I J 11 IMMIGRATION BUREAU ttftll nf Amnftiai. tnlnnSlatii f!nnt?ntl- h ' Uon. 1? 1). ClilUon general manager of the Southern Interstate immigration bureau 1ms called another convention to convene in Ashville N. Cm Dec. 17 next. The basis of representation will be two delegates from each senatorial district to be .appointed by the gov- ernors of the states and territories comprising the section included in the call respectively. In connection with his genera) call Mr. Chilton has issued the following to Texas' especially : Atstin Tkx. Nov 4 1890. JFelloui'Clthens of Ttxas : The convention at Ashyille' itf . C December 17 promises to be the larg- cat ever held in the South. Several governors many leading officials of railroads and representative newspaper men and other prominent persons have signified their intention to be present..' It is believed many roads will give free transportation to delegates oyer their respective liries and the passenger association o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 November 1890

J' "' & fi ri is m Trtampsftnt Demeoraey tatcr'aiid fultet- returns after the first reports bflhc stupendous result of the Lite elections ImVe only con firmed the news of the mighty politi cal revolution wrought on the 4U1 of November last. Democratic majorities have only grown bigger with every succeeding report for several succes- sive days democratic gains have in creased and democratic governors congressmen and legislators have cor- respondingly multiplied in every sec- tioh of the Union. The glorious re sult of the election is thus graphically summarized by the Louisville Courier Journal : The next house is overwhelmingly 1 ours the democrats so far as we can estimate at this staget having made a net gain of seVenty-one representatives. In every section of the land the re- publican rout is complete. The news from NevV York and the eastern states has not materially changed since Tues- day night New Hampshire contin- ues in the democratic- column atid a democratic successor t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 November 1890

tJtiiSlSEKBli-!'iff W -fgy-""1 v : mmmmmimmmm ' nf"- WKJIto k 1 '1' 1 1 Thef Abilene Reporter """it "r " PUDLlSHfeD AT JdMLEMB - - - TEXAS. k . - FRIDAY NOVEMBER 14. 1890. JOIW JtOENW JR. Editor. Office in Border riulluMng on Second Street. Snterel nt ttio Abtcnc To rostofflco M HecomlClass Mull Mutter. Onbtcrlptlon Rates. One year ... ............... . .5i'5 Six months.. 4.. .... ...; 75 Three niontln.. .......... ....... 40 Gov. Campbell of Ohio is seriously ill with typhoid pneumonia. The latest and most reliable authori- ty places the democratic majority in the next house at 153. Latest repprts confirm the claim that in the late elections' the republicans "have carried .Oklahoma. . The First National bank of Ittaca was authorized to commence business Monday with a capital of $50000 w A. Hexter. a wealthy clothing man- ufacturer of Philadelphia Was behead- ed by an elevator while ascending to the fourth floor of his establishment Monday. King Humbert of Italy has declined to ask ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 November 1890

X Uiwn.ii. i.JU. EMBERS OF THE CONFERENCE! M HC3f fer at m Are cordially invited to call and see us while in the City. We shall be glad to give you information in regard to the - COUNTRY!" i GREAT H" ABLENE Or to supply you with MAPS DESCRIPTIVE PAMPHLETS Etc3 either for yourself or friends. We have over 31000000 HCRES1 Of Land for sale iii the "Abilene Country" and in the Panhandle also some choice Properties in Abilene and can offer you some GOOD IN- VESTMENTS either in City or Country. We refer by permission to all the Banks of Abilene. Ki ' . CA T T . eb&bskbmwbLm l ID hlBF B5SM222B53E OSHHHCIil P. wmmwum' 'Vn WHHMpKar whe f""1 m I V S . J I I J V iar I 1 C I I 1 XT ra TE 17. xIajtcdss locusts .ajstd stock Ogpqsite Depot i i ABILENE TEXAS. LOCAL. Texas and Pacific local Time Table. EAST-POUND PASSENGER. Arrives. . i. . II :oq a. M. Departs ..11:25 A. M WEST-BOUND PASSENGER. Arrives 3:34 p. M. Departs . 3:5s p. M. Capt. W. J. Maltby is in the city. Enforce the sidewalk ordina...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 November 1890

rT t i! ik 11 i ;h the Colts. tiling more llirtn nny yrr tbew is one :4 iWtfcf tfint breeder) both lurcc ntiii tumll should tfe impressed witin thnt "saw" that any s "No foot no liorsc" f' and ji new ohe might be coined to tct. rend "no colt no liorsc" with equal applicability. In this ngc we npt only claim to be "horsemen" but great friends to the equine tamilv arid yet the number of colts that arc al- lowed to 'perish Or to become useless frdm neglect in this country every year would ''mount die king's calvary." We have known colts for which a Her vice fee of from $50 to $200 had been paid to be "roughed" throiigh their first winter (as their lazy or careless owners would say to make them "hardy") in such a manner that diey would only not grow any but would llcdomc so "stunted " that they would cither die toward spring or Would al- ways be "little scrawny things that never bring the price of service fee ;" and it is remarkable what a faculty most men who winter their colts in this...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 November 1890

Ummotii W v. 1 9' ividifchsm knAiOhriBtlan Jpclnl- Tim agitation for absorbing individ- I ltberty with reference to property d industry m 'the .work of fofcibly structing an ideal or state socia i ib presented on several linen And h diflermtf tempers. In temper rrkthod Hcrr Most no more re- inbles Mr pellarny than Silting Bull ctnules a Sunday school teacher. srr Most is ferocious and truculent; '. Hellamv is sUave and sentimental. t bdth of them detest existing social d cconbmic conditions and both of m propose by one means or another reform these conditions out of ex- lence as a ncccssarv step in the work f finally and symmetrically communiz r labor and its accumulations human V and all Us belonging. The stneer- yof neither is to pe doubted. It is ot to bo doubted that each is firmly nvinccd that his aim coincides with hichest welfare of society accord- g to his conception of such welfare r. Bellamy is far more apt to attract eople of a certain degree of educa- don refinement and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 14 November 1890

. . r.. t j - Jl I. Mi 'm 1 n ' I 1 Vi "!"'.' '"''" - - - ' " '' Miili.irir H ii- -i r - ---. J t I I m II m ' I I III I H' . H l ! " ihviH f H iii -.-.-fa-.-. .ita.fc...) Ill I ). ; t "i lit eS SPECIAL IF m IHE WEEK LaiOWSaI a ? ! h- trV- liV- ' COMMENCING SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 5th j TILL FRIDAY NOVEMBER 22nd INCLUSIVE. 'VVia aooann ia faT o-rivniVh arlfrnnnorl Tnxr f'hin timfl f.n slinxxr 11R TtrVrirVh linn nt' e-nnrla lmvfl not fhllTirl fhft n..tfiirHnn nf .T10 fynrle wo Tinrl Q-vrmrvf-.firl for'tflGTEL .-- MWbVM '- VMlBM WUIWUVWU. VJ .--. -- - -- . . . .. -. ... w w V-.V V. U U V WU VJ - - . ' -. U1UU1 U JUULC- DU1UO 1UV V U JIUklUUt ) . vv- j-. - -- UIVA A - I-UU v jr w iw '- Q- . -Jr-lJ' UUD XUUV UJUkbVU ) er wait until the season is over and everybody has laid in their supplies to make reductions but do so in time to give our patrons a ' i il i "! iii ' -- k' - t -" " w V. - a i m t v cnance to ouy jmjw j;!ujnjb5 uuujjh at tne very lowest price quoted anywnere Please note : -&a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 November 1890

"SSfV ' fv v - "v ' T li MmmHmmmmmmmif t iHjMIA..tLMuth-MhMh fci I .wMWwWliJm-T-ti. v Abilene Reporter. sn - f i VOL. IX. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 81 1890. NO. 47. Mr ' '""""l t ' i BirVt I Mh I .-.. il 1 1 n IS' F) -Vi- OtOfclNGOtfTHE CONFERENCE. Tuesday Nov. 18 1000. MORNING SESSION Conference met at the appointed hour Bishop Key in the chair. The devotional exercises were led by Sam uel Morris and the minutes were read and approved. J Mi Barcus moved that the pre- ' siding elders be instructed to arrange a scale of the comparative financial strength of thtf several districts of this conference for the guidance of the joint board of finance and other boards ill the distribution of .the amounts as- sessed against this conference. On motion of E. L. Armstrong G. W Owen WaS granted leave of ab sense. ' R. V-. Galloway read the report of the committe in Colportage which was on motion ofW. G. Connor adopted. Question 20 resumed. Are the preachers blameless in their life an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 November 1890

.. 'roor-?.' ' iw MvTr&ltvJ . . .n?Ki .r ' - - ''V'a.'' m ' 'i.i 'H J . y " . ..-. it --'- -' i '' i -' . " ' " -"!' . " '-.'.."' V"1"1'.' ''V'.HWSWJirm-T 'i .! -'Vf.. ml. 4 '' J .ttrfiVi" lihr'ftWi.!WTWBl.VWWS13l. ' TttMHVMrTIiKfirMMNt 1 MiitttfiMMA i .. :-"- '"!''' :'-.' ;j ""1 .; 'V. ' '"- - "-' v ;:.w;- r. . --k: vit1-aaiyv.iifkv-4?-1'Ti wgarivr-A aiisuag v TiT-m rrrnrnpi iitt i iiiiiBr irirririiiiiii i (mmiMiiniinni nm im iiiroiiniiiimiiiiriimTi mum i hi itt i ' " wx ' ' " --S'-x s;V'.':ir.?7Jf :Ti' .r -raw ; ''I3 T5f:a?MS-j';S!?HP'' yy-JSnTma '?V Wi:?r' Avv- .1: -V"-;.' .- nrfiiVfi rVitf M fi mi ?' -I VY'1''' ' '' - - ' nil' J "" '""" ii i - r r iBeAers TRke Kstice. ie followlne clinoecl from it nun of rcwd blisiriess And entrrnrisirti? ntnh fswr. vr :...'::;?:;: r 'V J"Singion rvy. spcaxs mucn jn inc r nH.ji i.ij....t .f linH.)k. it......!.!...... .1... i i mruv iiutitnt ui uituutis iiiiuunuui niu isuiu. i.wt every ureeutr con'ritHUc his quota to his breeders meeting. whe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 November 1890

p r I c sad -" Tho Good Ffttmfar and the Poor Far mer -A Contract. A (taper by Mrs j A. Clark read before a Wisconsin farmers' institute Hi I propose by a few instances and li examples to make a contrast between the good farmer and the poor farmer and to show by their works their Utterly different way at doing things. The good farmer takes care 6f his tools. 't After haying you Will see hint take liis scythe and his rakes up to the 'top of his hay mowe so as to have them In a safe out of the way place and fasten tneih under the ridge pole. Next summer the scyth falls down on his head and cuts a slice off one of his cars and when hewants the rake he has to knock them down with clubs. The poor farmer leaves his scythe in the tree and a man steals it and he harigs the rake ron the fence and his wife gets them to rake the door yard with and by the first of October there won't be a tooth left in any of them. The good farmer may be known by his buildings ; he has a three story pig pen! an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 21 November 1890

Wv ?' f Vf WfPf"; iwr;fw;9jp- WWfTjifj f -" "" l;ti'i':iv.M'l ' - iiT'i ' i Vr7f'irl'i .;' ' 'in ' ' ' ; 'i. iiiiil'i.'M-i'if-r-T 'i.'.''iT.'-'in1 i Vi.y'-iii. ''';;' .v. i' -. ' -' ; "- l;i;:.l.'iVY.'1 -I "i '" ;'' - .-V.J.iii r m J- '' i I 1 i The Abilene Repqifefe; : Published at JUmitkMl i. - i TEXAS." 75 KlDAY NOVEMBER at 1890 JOHN ltOENV J?. Editor. Office tri Honkf Ihiilillng tin Second Street. H-.?r --..-- ... ... . .. ;.w. .. . Jtntbml at tlio Abilene Texnt l'ofttoltlco v tiecomVClM Mall Mutter flubicrlption Hat 01 Oiw yc&r. .'. ...... t . . . $i5 SUmonths. ...... 75 Three monlhs. ........... ........ 40 i 1 The San Artgelo Standard of .last week contained n splendid "Wrjtc up" of the recent fair held in that city. THE politicians for revenue only who oppose Mr Cleveland will nil be brand cd by the democracy of tin's country. GitovF.it Cleveland is the man who. will receive the nomination for presi- dent at the next democratic cotiyen- ion. A freight train went through ...

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