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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 January 1891

' ni i i ! J jX " ' v? jiif MFTyr1 y'iw.''iwffpr "- wirpirrf;v I Si ' The Way Out. It Is remarkable that none our writers should poirtt out in detail ' that permanently organized financial coop- eration is a natural 'sequence of the farmers' movement. Educational and political work seems to have largely monopolized the attention of the I movement thus far. Crude attempts jji at financial co-operation are being Cytyade by the farmers' alliance exchang- es cs but they show ' little advance over K the confidential-contract system of the B grange fifteen years ago. The aim of QJP cooperative distribution fn America y seems to ue wholly in securing tue fi largest immediate discount from list prices without regard to perpetuating such arrangements. The enormous savings effected through grange pur- chasesAvas only temporary. Yet the alliance is again opeiating in the same I The idea of making co-operative distribution a permanent business has as yet made but little headway. Farm- LWers are...

Publication Title: Abilene Reporter, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 9 January 1891

f l; i ' M v I IT- T-fl h - -J - . . i.lijLWiWArtMft II jjMjUQl "Tf Ji .U kp lOPE House. r f . w . . VYsV- ..';" - ' - ." '.! ('' I '' ; -'' " ' ' U Ii ..!-. ." '' " 111' I . . . '. . i ' ' ' ' ' ' ' HC'iM '. &; ;:""-. ' ''- ;' ''.:""..'. ' - -..' - . I :' ' ... ' . ' '.. V .' v.;. .'. - I1"' -?' ..';.--".... . - . .'...".. ...- - ; 7? .. v4"V.'f.'Jt-.- ?.. f ..- i.f . ' ; ' - '- .Ji:L. '. ' vJLir ' ' . ' - . '.-" '& MONDAY 7 JANUARY 7 12 ' ' ". ON WHICH OCCASION WELL BE PRESENTED :-v 6 6 COLEEN BMMN" ... & .-..- ! ' " r '' - iM' FOR THE BENEFIT OF - '"-:' $' "'" V" 'T ;'':. ; ' i 'A fi f : ') plUBCIC; 50 01 CIBFF(Y THIS PLAY WILL BE PRESENTED ENTIRELY WITH NEW SCENERY AND MECHANICAL-EFFECTS. M-Kw.M'iSw--yl-y vj ' nrtyilrry-ii'rTVfflilrBwjWBfB8iin i f . ' i Reserve Seats now on Sale at T. It. POLK?S. DO NOT FORGET THE OBJECT f iWv ''. r."LA' - -f v - NOR MbfrtftKNi WmmmH DATE GHT JANUARY Hth ly i 4

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 January 1891

4 -- .i... -. . The Abilene Reporter. "1 jji 3 nrT-: VOL. X. ABILENE TEXAS FRIDAY MORNING JANUARY 16 1891. NO. 3. T Ealm I utr la'fi'i cheb Vdb caJaHOHa 0 -' Mi A H& JPHWMPippMaBBBSL3HKJH mm ' CAPITAL DOINGS. The Law-Makers and Applicant for Places Here In Force and Steadi- J ly Growing in Number. Hore About Appointments and who "Will Got There." Special l'orrcioiuleiit to the IUroitTKit. Austin Texas January 10. 1891. -yThe trains from the north south --feast and west that tor several days have been pouring into this city more than their usual contingent of stran- gers are now fairly loaded down with their human freight. Legislators as- pirants for places in both houses ap- plicants for appointments under the new regime in the several departments men with private and puWic matters to be legislated upon many people at- tract :d by the occasion others by business considerations and others aain by what is noised abroad about the solid prosperity of Austin and her great enterprises...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 January 1891

- . Til im fpfcnJiI - - - " -.. J- M.lOfN" ll )' -'' M lJ fsxwj. J '! I fi 1 ' i i I i l 4 THE TRUE DEMOCRACY. Grorer Cleveland's 0f aat Spsjcb. ftt Philadelphia. JTUBT BIGHT AND INVINCIBLE . A Big: Banquet at Which America's leading- Democrat Expound tho Principles of America's Groat " st Party At the banquet of Hie voung raenV democratic association. Riven at the Academy of music In Philadelphia on last Friday evening Mr. Grover Cleve land responded to tho m.ist:. "The principles of the democracy; tltey are enduring because Hkj are right and invincible because they are just." Among other things Mr. Cleveland said: The democratic party by an intel- ligent study of present conditions must hi prepared .to meet all the wants of the people as they art?e and to furnish a remedy fqr every threatening esil. ' We may well'be proud of our party membership but rc cannot escape the duty which such membership ini- . .poses upon us to urge constantly upon pur membership of this day and generati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 January 1891

1 mw J w rjsf. 4L FARMERS' DEPARTMENT t Slock farming nnd its dependant ag- riculture must tta linrtfl.in.linnil in mjtko cither of those closely.alhed industries oom pleasant and profitable. To maintain the fertility of the soil tlc crops should be consumed upon the farm with stock and the manure ap- iri'jeu 10 till- riiltiv.-iterl nnd .is n f.-rlil. htr. For if a farmer markets his croi) .off the farm both grain and forage or a series of years he will soon ruin the fertility of his soil so that he can- not raise good chins. Ex. V . . iVintcr plowing i always advisable iu a climate where ihe frost is light as many insects take refute below the frost line and survive thq cold freezes of winter but good dee and fall and winter plowing will dislodgt multitudes i. rvii me uiscti pesi ami expose iiiciu iu 'the frost and certain destruction. Do all the fall plowing you can it will pay you richly in the results of the next Etcrop. liy arly plowing in trash and WK vegetation is buried and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 January 1891

' r. --. -J H--t. -..liiJBri'Ai7jt'Jij.itoalj;..;r... -ty:.. . w iw-.... f WtfiWi iW)N 1f btiflhiMii 1 r -i t ' i lK ft i U i --- I V The Abilene Reporter. PUBLISHED AT" ABELVENE - - - TEXAS.' FRIDAY JANUARY 9 1891. JOHN JIOEuVY JR. Editor Jt' '-' Sa 'yr-i' ' "7 Offic in Border JjuiUlinR on Second Street. mi .T r. - Kntervd at the Abtitn Texas PoMoMre m hecoml Cla Mat) flatter. Sabitriptloa EaUs. One year........ ................ .$1.50 Six months. 1 . 75 Three months .... 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. For rt'tltction Jor Mayor D.V.-VRISTEN." The harvester combination has gone to pieces. It begins to look a httle rocky for Palmer in Illinois. E M. Veiisoneof Fort Worth's druggists failed Monday week. Tub Retortkr will soon be located in the new btick building west of the Windsor. DalLas was visited by a big blaze Monday. The damage is estimated at $ioooo. Ntw people "keep a comin' " aud they are opening ip new farms in the Abilene country. A drv kiln at Mount Hope mills near Lake Charles La. wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 January 1891

9' s llfr &8B H JIW7 ffk T M m .UF i I 1 ' V LOCAL. '. Texai tfad Pcifle local Tims Tails. v' FAST-noUNM PAirJmfD r-'5 n T ; 1 1 :oo a. M. "jm ......... ntjj a. m WEST-ROUND rASSKNGER. aT. Arrive t DePart" 38P. M. Hct. Fort .Worths- ... - .1 . .. it"1 - ' c ceicoranon oi 3!.w arDor day are i" order now. Wf J v -.hr ' Sam Lapowski returned from San Angelo yesterday evening. . The comic opera of "Mascot" at armory hall Friday January 23d. 1 The stone gutters are necessary and i. something must be done to get them. ' The finishing touches are now bcinc T put on the Report eu's new building. $??; February 22nd 15 arbot day and Abi r& lene will celebrate it in becoming style. 'X. V1 Call on Bracken & Knight for "Old l ' Comfort Kentucky Sour Mash." 46-tf f . - $ Notice of the next meeting of the ? -v Guild will appear in next week's Re- ' rORTER. The city council is being praised for its action in regard to the new sidewalks. Marriage licenses were issued to T. D. Tarpley and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 January 1891

n. A .pi- . Jjfjvt . utm - - w jf. . - Jh .mi In illilWH m.jii inmitii&mHitnA wi)Miimnn i xim mi iMMWfrW'4r'i .- wrtwi'w i hi iillmwlwiwwitn ! inftaawwunw . T --'... ..'.' " k I: : hi J . 1 to FADMERS FULL OF FIOHT. Thu Xansaa &llibucinea Froposo to . Reaiat Eviction Bitterly. Wichita. Kan. January it. That tht" upoit is true iliat the farmers alii anct proposes to resist by force all atittni'U of the officers to deprive (hem f their farms until a stay of law shall have been passed by the alliance legislature wa.s ngJn proven yesterdav by Ute petsohal violence oftertd Sheriff 1). 1 son oj Harper county. Dobion. accompanied by James Lawrence attorney for the Johnson loan and trust company went to the west part of the county to sell some lands against which stood judgments in the neighborhood of $30000. Hardly had the sheriff made known his business before he was surrounded by a score of angry alliahcemen. pulled off the bo on which he stood and by threats of dire consequences...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 January 1891

f J f ' & .J JU SUNSET COX'B PUN. A Prank ho Played oh Judgo Haro of Teza. The following story about Core "grcssmnn ilare and the late Sunset Cox as told by Judge Hare recent! v appeared in the Washington Post: "The late Sunset Cox" ald Judge Abbott of Texas at the Prtetropolitan 'was a man whose love of liiimor did not find exclusive vent through his fa- cial pen. His merry nature delighted in getting the laugh on some dne of his friends and I shall never forget a little prank he played on my colUguc Judge Hare. Hare and Cox had struck up a very friendly acquain- tance following close upon the for mer's entree into to the Fiftieth con- gress. One day they chanced to meet about noon in one of the capital cor- ridors and Hare invited the New Yorker to go down stairs and lunch with him. "Much obliged'' said Cox "but won't you wait on me five or ten min- utes ; I must see a man on the floor on important business; then I'll join you.' "All right" said Hare "I'll await you down stair...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 16 January 1891

r4ay itrofflt.fi.jA.)u..-...t:ilj.. ? r jm kHy mws in liriJiit0niminiWiiiMim.iij)lfl:i-- -; rTy ".' '; i' . " f- 11 r -' A HI I F1MF fU 1 i ' Will wdcome all excursionists and homeseekers and her people will take pleasure in showing them the .. .. . II i Mj i K -1- !r QUEEN CITY OF THE WEST! J And the fertile lands and peaceful homes of the Banner County of the State. We offer Some rare bargains to those who wish to invest in either City Suburban or Country Property. We have Business Houses Residences Vacant Lots (business and residence) Acre Property in the city Suburban Lots Improved and Unimproved Lands in Taylor Jones Nolan and Fisher Counties among which are the following: In special bargains we have u sections of first-class land in Nolan county near railroad at $4.50 to $5.50 per acre. 8 or 10 choice unimproved sec- v tions in Jones county at 4 50 to $6.00 per acre. A ranch of 7000 acres in Jones v county 85 per cent first-class agri- cultural land fenced cross fenced and far...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 January 1891

1S v.J rVf r'ntyp '' ""r-rfsf J Reporter. THE ABILENE I u . . TQL. X. K' fJ4 m -i' ' THE FORCE BILL IS DEAD When the Force Bill Left Peace Came to Congress. . DEATH 8TBTJ0K IT THEY SAY Bui the Democrats are Watchful Be- Uoving That Hoar and His Backers Will Call It Dp Again if Possible. Washington Jan. 27. The senate chamber to-day presented a study for tho:e who had watched the same body for the last month. For that time there was excitement mixed with groans. To-day white-winged peace spread Us wings all over the whole hall including the press gallery and white- winged peace may bring joy but it brings no news. There was really' a brotherhood in this august body. It discussed the apportionment bill as if no luch thing as parties existed in this government. If one senator desired to-interrupt another or interject -a re mark wnue anomer senator was tam- ing it was all right and the senator in- terrupted seemed to like it. The dem- ocrats were delighted that the election bill had bee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 January 1891

( IV ! I I If I A A 4' "Vrifettky Bwprttat. Fvr cOpte fepeci4Hy those who ad- mire the beautiful realize the dangers arising from wany of those embdull- nients with hlch We Adorn our home particularly the Interior decoration of counjty home the occu.U$ of which acemtonud to the beauties of nature ndorn their tunics with bright colors and cheerful tints. At this time I will not discuss the influence of ccliis in the 'abstract on health but endeavor to jihow irk hat manner cer- tain elements entering into these color impregnate the atmosphere with nox- ious poisonous odors sadly dclrinun- tal'to those whir sptnd the m6st of their time therein. - - When our physicians disagree inert in whom the people have entire con fidence ft js indeed a grave as well as pertinent inquiry how are Vre to de- cide in matters pertaining to our health? Doctors however must live by people being sick and it is not reasonable or lair that they should be expected to place all necessary safe- guards around us...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 January 1891

3T " ' -- 1n V T l ft m ut 2: IV. IK i V RFAMERS' DEPARTMENT Is the hen that Uyi the egg or ihe OtlC Whirl? Illicit ! .nrl .. ll jf chick the mother of the chicken? 'It s ft question of some importance and ;" has got iiHo the court A hen of n l.' high-priced hrced dropped an egg n a 3 neighbor's yard He put it Under one ? of his common dunghill fowls which h hatched and reared the chicken. It L Was recognized liv it iiltimnm. nnt its M leturn demanded by the' owner of the ffit laying ncn out was rctusqd nnU a suit rf commtncedf for it.t How should ihe T "court decide and which is the mother A aeries of experiments mad with a ? j: view of discovering the best fodder for " French cavnlrv horses has established vh the fact that straw and oats are in rea- ft son preferable to hay. It appears that when the ration of hay was re- duced and that of the straw and oats proportionately incrcasedthe staying power of the Jiorses was much JesS nnd bore fatigue better. These exper- iments haVe exc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 January 1891

a It n kw. -f A mf4im t The Abilene .Reporter. Ill -'l I II I MII.I.M M PUBLISHED AT ' ' ABJJjJCiXVJD - - r JJUtJUBV a.. . . V . .i mT4 i ;i''rritr & : f ' " t' m u nfrf " ! !;' 0iy IIOEXY fJtgJihr. OScc In Bonier lUilfding on Stcond Street. s nTlffiir vgr ";-' Tftx.v;... alcurl nt Ui Ah!lcq Tex XVwlofflc a Hcconi -CUm -Moll littler r BatocriftlM XtM. On year........ ......... ...$1.50 9U months .............. 75 TVcc months. ............ 40 ANNOUNCEMENTS. .fier rt'tlutlon for Mayort D. W. W&1STEN. Palkstinr reports four cases of f& smallpox all doing welL Tw; Kansas farmers swear they will cook Ingalls' goose. Tug republicans do not seem to be in as great a hurry as they were before the force bill was laid aside. The force bill is not dead yet but is not roosting as high as formerly and is now down under the tree (uttering around as if it had a wing broken. The bill was side-tracked by the demo crats aided by seven republicans. The x 2-year-old daughter of Mayor G. W. G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 January 1891

RV f 'V M r' "' ?'" . fflR AFJtf w a.- it ITTV & ttsM 1 sLv a. WL tym 1 ym 3 ill if !? 1 ' t 1 - v K 'N tBM m 1 r 1 J r W LOCAL. - Tmmi had eUa loMlTlai Tbl. KAR-nOUND PASStNQER. ti.. O ft ffT ....... ...t..U:oo a-M. '.'P?Prti. .. ... .....ii:2a. M r . ' W3Tl)0DNt rASStNOE. ?' Wrrivei.;.4l.M ; 3134 r. m. Depart... 3:55 p.m. U - Col. Wood's acouanum has been .... 1 ". 4 doing thii city. iFfr? " ean up at once or you may pay ff. dearly for your negligence. oV South First (Street Il.i two new atrtrfu the ftcw York and the Racket. 'The electric .light force' are hard at .work putting up poles and getting the Vr line in order. 1 m ' i i The new armory hall was opened last Monday night by Prof. Anderson's jA ' novelty company. jgp I'rof. Anderson's gift carnival at ? .. t.-n I .1 .1 1 i..n- uimuiy nuu jiatKCU iiic piuuac lu &uuu- ri' palinn Mnrtilv mnht .. . rl Mrs. H. L.J3entley will entertain the .'Ladies' Guild next Wednesday after. V noon February th. L. W. Noreross sold to O....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 January 1891

'IF o 0 0 r- v? I) SOW XILL TOO JKW. A&lebisted lteipt fee Wkleh Many of Our fetplt Xt Faii Tlwfr .' ii Hard XahmI Cellars. Take four ounces of green cofTec and tlie whites of ten eggs add Out to- j gctlier in au earthen or glass vessel and let it stand from ten to twenty hours. Take half a pound of cyanide of potassium of potash marked c p. and dissolve in three-fourths of a pint of warm vcater stir coffee and eggs well put' coffee eggs and cyanide to- gether1 and stir well together. Take 'half a pound of pulverized strychnine nd one pint of best alcohol and dis- solve well put alcohol and strychnine with other ingredients and stir well to- gether. Take two and a half gallons of thick heavy syrup and put all of the cncimcais imuu anu mix wen lugcuicr. Take two hundred and forty pounds of good clean wheat and mix well Until every grain is well covered with the poison Take from thirty to ihirtv- iwo and a half pounds of corn meal And dry all or this wheat evenly. Sack Mt clean sa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 January 1891

A VT s I f A ' y f' h ' hi v IP I1!! L- f Rf f i t h V . .- i ft V mv r rflflk . i i leAnnottnce of Whatlt It CdmpMe. ttjrcix Md Extract of the Tuberdo aettli the Ingredient-Danger of tJlag' It la Advanced Stage 0f Con- HMpli&a What the Great Discover HaatoSay. Berlin January 15 Prof. Koch'A report issued to-day as to the ingre. dients Which compose his lymph con. sfdcring the importance of the subject Is of the most brief nature. It says that the lymph Consists of glycerine1 and an extract from a pure cultivation 01 me tuuercie bacilli. Prof. Koch says: Since publishing two months ago the results of my ex- periments with the new remedy for tuberculosis many physicians who re- ceived the preparation have been able to become acquainted with its proper- ties through their own experiments. So far as I have been able to review the statements published and the com- munications received by letter my in- dications have been fully and com- pletely confirmed. The general con- . census of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 30 January 1891

n to i o IfC cj f- - THE 8TAT1 CAFITAL. tin Old and th Xew Aaariaistratlwi CMm Out MtT M JaIf'.l U Bt te. i ' ' ' " ' ' ' JlfeeUl C&rrMfioniem to the Riwmn Attain Texas January 4 Texas JsoB" with the old love and on with new4 Hon. Lawrence Sullivan Jtcss has retired from the executive MRce of the great state of Texas after ifew years of service the heid of an administration which has been singu- larly free from tsrmoil or strife and which has witnessed an. an advance tutn in the material interests of Texas am) a flood of immigration Into the state never known before. Ex-Gov- ernor Ross retires to private life with 1 out the shadow of a stain upon his ... ..... . ........ ... ompairccoru louowea oy tne piauaus ai and Well-wishes of an admiring com I mon wealth S Hon Jaihes 5. Hogg is now gov- ernor of Texas. He was inducted iato gffice last Tuesday in the pres- ence of a vast multitude assembled in thehall of the house of representatives. He goes into office upon a wave of popula...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1891

'1 " 11L. ' ' V ' "' "i'hii 1 "n i ii mil - fcS ..--i.- . - ).. ... .. . ; '"' ' ; l ' M i 'I ' ii i iii . .i I mi Hi' 'i "l i mi! I. i 1 1. 1 ! ....... 1. ii t a i ' M' i ii jl .i .'! i i i i .ii . i . . i i fc . 1. 1 . .in . jmiiKH hi iii.; - "u - ) " ..nni The Abilene Reporter. tr- i..--i . :! !!' iii !. MJfc.. - .! iw. .-i.i.i.iM .... 1 1 .. .. .. !!. nii i .ii ii.il..) illiii..iiii..i. ! i.... .iiiii-aM.M.... .y.......i....-li ... ...t M...-...J i mi .tl4ii .i.iiiifc- . .1.. i t.. - nr i i i ... I j t - fr.nff.IMi.it. TiJ; .. . .. VOL. X; A1IL1X1 TKXAi MtlDAT MOHMIlCa. FEBRUARY 6. 1801 JCO. . - A J STORE. k' ";' - t. filBROWN SHOE ..j. K t I r i 5 $ H k P&viiig preparatory to putting in a new advantage of this opportunity to. :. A '-- .:.': v.-: 3.. '.V' Austin Bills Introduced Yesterday. Austin Tex. Feb 3 The. follow- ing bills were introduced in the house to-day : Mr. PerryA bill to regu- late the keeping of billiard tables and halls where gambling bagatelle pigeon pool t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Abilene Reporter — 5 February 1891

( i l) G li --llnil illi THE COMING COLD WAVE Will e If et Severe on the Pacific Cwrt. trirTwo dataik rwtiOD.. Xrge Amount ol "Rain and Snow la Maay Part of tho Country SookeA ' - for the Ides of IVbtuary. Scientific Hotca. ; St. Jostrn Mo. Jan. 31. The next storm wave will be due to leave Hie Pacific coast about the 5th of Feb- ruary pass the Rocky-Alleghena valley from the th to 8th and reach the eas- tcm states about the 9U1. It will prob- ably pass across the country along the 40th degree of north latitude and the weather following it will be colder than &4 average of cold waves tins winter. "This storm wave will reach the eastern states about the time the 5 2-day rain period will be due but the heaviest rain and snowfalls May not occur till the next storm wave passes over the court' try alter Feb. 1 6 which will be of great force and will cause a large amount of snow in many parts of the country . V;alhfcr and science notes The origin and destiny of all things have; ever be...

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