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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JUNE 24 18S6. VI 1 1 1 v. I I 1 ! : n flY U A I I ' C Vegetable nMLL O Sicilian a r mm Furnishes the tiutritive principle by wliieh toe- Lair is uoiivislpjlaivJ tu'.'porteJ. It will prevent the Lair from falling out cure all humors and diseases of the scalp and will restore gray hair to its original color. "I have used Hall's Hair Renewer for over twenty years and am satisfied that no hair preparation has ever been pro iluced equal to it. It gives the hair a wonJurftilly soft and flossy appearance promotes it's healthy growth preserves the original color and keeps the scalp white and ulean." Mrs. Mary J. Emerson Albany X. Y. Buckingham's Dye FOR THE WHISKERS: An inimitable dye In one preparation. PREPARED BY E. P. HALL & CO. Nashua N. tt Sold by all Druggists. NO FEE !! ESTABLISHED 1851.1.8 1 I Lo- ll ntil Better J st.louis.mo. J cust St. . TheBegnlar.Old-Eitabllsbed ??SICIAH la 3TOGEQH U (till trsatine with tha greatest SKILL St SUCCESS YOUNG M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 June 1886

T KIWIS' Til t Y A AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JUNE 24 1886. GREER COUNTY THE COMMISSION DECIDES ADVERSELY TO THE STATE. PRACTICAL ErFKCTOFTHEFJ IXG OXLOCATEI) VETER CERTIFICATES. Ml" S.Mi .Vim lO.'JU Special TelewTam to tke Statesn''- Fobt Worth June 1. Tr f ..HI aarv commission which coj: auvan'B. the I'nlted Slat- army an 'rtll )( lllB t'uitfd Stutes and convened Id secret Be' inst. The uuestion commission is b ver- ... p nrrior ti-T .!.- li irt on Austin. P. O. money order little backyard iftered letter or express Sample Each member ' iin !.. ;. oath to divine " ' ' fh .FPR DlWOSTlNl EU AT THE KxrillATION lirupiviii The Paid roil. J ut 'Subscribers will please observe Hie date on their co wrappers "' 8uliscrUer wishing address of paper changed will state in their application both the old and new address. n w. A. SCOTT is In charge of the city sub crlption department of Tub Statesman and all ompIainte or notices of chants Riven to lilm or left at this office will have promp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JUNE 24. 18S6. 5 THE COUNTY "LARGE ATTttXJJAXCE AND A SPLENDID COUNTY TICKET HARMONIOUS- LY SELECTED. WITH ONE VOICE THE DEMOC- KACY OFTRAV1SCOUNTY EN- DORSE HER FAVORITE SONS. At 10 o'clock a. ra. Saturday Hon. A. P. Wooldridge chairman of the county executive committee called the County Democratic oonveation to order and pro- ceeded at once to effect its temporary or trnnization by the election of Hon. T. 8. Maxey as temporary chairman and the appointment of Mr. Will Lambert as tem porary sacretary. Mr. Maxey upon assuming the chair stated that the duties of a presiding officer are at times attended with ssrious diffi culty and embarrassment and partiuu larlv so in political conventions where the individual manifests such absorbing though commendable interest in the for- tunes of his friend and hence however capable and upright in intention the chairman may be he stands ever in need of the sympathy and earnest co-operation of the collective body o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 June 1886

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 24 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. REMARKABLE IDEAS. The state university is turning out a perfect army of lawyers and yet what thi country needs is larmers peojue i ;' hnx.hnnille instead of air. Shii Antonio Kxnresa. Whv the state should be taxed more t make lawyers than men of other urofes sions is a serious question. Galveston News. Such rot as the above would not be re markable from a backwoods newspaper but from dailies that aspire to be metro politan their views are narrow-minded to a degree that approaches bigoted Igno ranee. If a young man thinks that law is his natural bent is there any legislation to force him to take to the farm? And i matter of fact many that study law do so as a part of a liberal education and drop it after leaving school. JUDGE TERRELL'S COURSE. The members of the press that oppose Judge Terrell are trying to make capital out of the fact that he goes out cam paigning while Governor Iroland and Mr. Maxey ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 June 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JUNE 24. 1886. fl J X F O K SICK HEADACHE . BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION and DYSPEPSIA U S E DR. C. McLANE'S CELEBKATED LIVER PILLS PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURGH PA. BE SURE YOU GET THE GENUINE. The- Counterteits arerhade in St. Louis. Mo. SIR A L T WHISKY. ich In ftnvor. mild ard elegant In taste. It does ot contain one drop of impure oH Being a genuine .arley Malt Whisky it possesses much nutriment iiid is a fine tonic fit use (n malarial sections. It grep.tly prevents attacks of Pneumonia. A splendid OTiic for weak Uines and feebleness Most excellent br drinklne. and purest for home use. E. H. CHASE & Co.. Distillers. Louisville. Kr. cvO CD I CO CO r-H P CO PC o pc 4'D. BROWN'S. AUftOTIS Most of the diseases which afflict mankind are origin- ally caused by a disordered condition of the LIVER For all complaints of this kind such as Torpidity of the Liver Biliousness Nervous Dyspepsia Indiges- tion Irregularity of the Bowels Oonstipation Fl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 June 1886

7 GOVERNMENTAL. what is going ox in the departments;. AN El I TO ME OK WHAT WAS LKAItXEIt AT THE CAIMTOI YESTEHDAV. DKPAUTMENT OF EDUCATION. Superintendent linker yesterday ceived thu following scholastic report Town of Cleburne: Total number of white children. "f0. Total number of colored children .14 of whom 1 cannot rend. Total uumSer of children ;H). Total number last year 551. Town of Texarkana: Total number of white children 27(5 of whom 7 cannot rend. Total number of colored children His of whom !5 cannot rend. Total number of children HI. Total number last year ii(!4. Town of Palestine: Total number of white children 4'.)l of whom 15 cannot read. Total number of colored children 271 of whom 8'.' cannot read. Total number of children 705. Total number last year 751'. Town of Paris: Total number of white children 1247 of whom 81 cannot read. Total number of colored children 888 of whom 27U cannot read. Totnl number of children 21.'(.'i. Total number Inst year lfMJl. Haines cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 July 1886

EELY STATESMAN. VOL. XV. AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 1. 1886. ISO 32 AUSTIN WE WASHINGTON. IVESUXTOUY AND LONG- AVIXDEI) DISCUSSION IN BOTH HOUSES. A tVITTV DEBATE OX 15UYING NEVT FTHNITrRE FOR THE "WHITE HOUSE. ' -ON (j SESSIONAL. SENATE. V. ASH lidTOK .now . buiwm: . iiiii- i. n .if All-. Plumb resumed consideration of the iireiiVnit'B ieto of the bill to quiet the titles of Sllie:SOn I'SS .Tlti:uco lauim aim miri ...iiiuriuB bv 'Evsrts in support of the veto nnd by Allison drill Wilson in favor of the bill it was passed over the president's veto by the requisite two-thirds vite:yeas iH; navD. 15. Mr. Plumb Kiiini:tted the conference report on Tli- army niptopthiUon bill. of the most radical anarchists and a constant citer to offensive action. His description tallies in everv respect with that given by John Bnruet of the man who threw the omb. ' He was known to be en.-aijed Willi Louis Lie".2ret and two other men in Ihe manufacture of dynamite and bombs r-.e attended the Havinar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 July 1886

THURSDAY. JULY i 1886. i t ; I I ! ! i : ; i ! SHAMBATTLE. f.UAND WIND-UP OF THE DRILL AND ENCAMP- MENT AT LAMPASAS. JPIUZES AWARDED A STAIITLIN'G OUTRAGE AX GAIXESVILLE- HIGIIWAY ROBBERY. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Lami'asas June ai.-The txiwn a Itt .ii.lo frnm nil UrfiiinB tO-flaV. thronged Never did Lampasas have a lari.iT cmwd. Soldiers' uniforms ......i h ultl Hi i'v costumes of the ladies making the occasion a brilliant scene lon to be remembered by the people of Lampasas. Old soldier who were peruana wit h Lms at the Wilderness or Jackson at Cli.ucellorHvil.e who wore uniforms and carried muskets when there was no fun in it looked on the military features of the oocaslnn with profound interest. Occaeion- sllyoneof these veterans smiled at the doings of In. "boys" but they relished the siiiht all the The chief event of the day was the sham battle which cause off according to programme in the foi.n i.m. It was moat creditable to all con- cern!. The commanders of the att...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JULY 1 1886. 3. Valuable as a preventive Ayer'g Sarsaparilla proves still more valuable in thousands of cases lor the cure of chronic diseases. Warren Leland the famous hotel proprietor of New York citv says that Ayer's Sarsapa- rilla cured one of his farm laborers of old Scrofulous ulcers ; also that he has per- sonally used Ayer's Sarsaparilla In Rheumatism with entire success. Charles Foster 370 Atlantic ave. Boston Mass. writes: "Two years ago I was prostrated with Rheumatism. I tried various remedies with little benefit until I took AYER'S Sarsaparilla by which I was entirely cured." Sold by all Druggists. Price $1 ; six bottles $5. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co. Lowell Mass. U. S. A. mm NO FEE!!"! miW.TSirrniRti 181 I Lo Until Better J8T.LOXJIS.MO. J cust St. - TheBogalar.Old-EsteHisaed PHYSICIAN & 3UB3E0H k stilt tr.tting with the greatest SKILL & SUCCESS YOUNG MEN.HIDDLEA6ED MEN and all persons who by their own acts of Impr den...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 July 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. RATES OF SUBSCKIl'TIOV. DAILY. ri ir.nnth 1 1 " Three months 2'" Kir months b.M 'f waive months WKK1CI.T. SIi months t ' Twelvemonths J-11 Invaiiiahi.y in Advance. Portage free to nil parts of the United States antl Cin&oa Remit by draft on Austin. I. O. money order postal note registered letter or express Sample copies sent free oa application. All Papers Diwosnrii KD at the Expmiation OT thi Time J'aid fob. Suhscrlhera will please observe the date on their wrappers. Bnbscrilwrs wishing address of paper changed will stute In their application both the old and new address. MR. F. A. SCOTT Is in charge of the city nib- criptlon department of The Statesman and all iomplalnla or nrrtiies of changes Riven to him or left at this otHce will have prompt attention gulncrlliers who do not receive their paper rem- larly are requested to notify the office. Carrier- bjys are not allowed to sell papers. STATESMAN FLTIMSIIINVJ CO. Wji. F. (iAiNKs President and M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 1. 1886. 5 SSTERRY DAVIS'.jgJ PAIN - KILLER IS KECOMMESDED BY Phvsiciane Ministers Missionaries Manasrers of " Factories Work-shops Plantations Nurses in Hospitals in short. Everybody everywhere who has ever given it a trial. TAKEN 1XTERNALLT IT WILL EE FOUND A NEVER FAILING C'l'KE Foil scdden colds chills tains ix the stomac h cramp.-? summer and bowel complaints sore throat. C HOLERA.- APPLIED EXTERNALLY IT 18 THB MOST EFFECTIVE AND BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH FOB CUBING SPRAINS BRUISES RHEUMATISM NEURALGIA TOOTHACHE BURNS.FROST BITES Etc. PRICES: 25o -50c. and $1 per Bottle FOB BALE BI ALL MEDICINE DEALEBS. -BE WARE OF IMITATIONS.3 MONITION. United States of America lot Western District of Texas f Whereas a libel of information hath been filed in the district court of the United Mates of America for the western district of Texas at Austin on the 28th day of April A. D. 188B by the Hon. Kmlalpu Kleberjr. esq. United States attorney for Baid dis- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 July 1886

6 AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY 1 1S86. WEEKLY STATESMAN AUSTIN TEXAS. "UNDER WHICH FLAU f Two political parties are similar in many instances to two opposing armies. Tao tics manoeuvres ambuscades and other military terms will apply as well to a poli tical cnmnaipn. There can also be trait ors in camp who if not corporeally pan ishable should be held morally responsible for anv defeat arising from treasonable acts and should have punishment accor dingly meted out to them by the party they betray. These are undoubted facts notwithstanding that there are few who view the matter in this light; first because many do not care or second because they do not have the question presented in all its bearings. In the face of these facts then those persons who take it upon themselves to announce that X or Y is going to run for some office on a so-called independent ticket contrary to the will of the people by their representatives in convention ex pressed certainly do so with out the a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JULY 1. 1886. 7 ) I F O K SICK HEADACHE BILIOUSNESS CONSTIPATION I: ad DYSPEPSIA . U S E DR. C. McLANE'S CELEBRATED IYER PILLS f PREPARED BY FLEMING BROS. PITTSBURG PA. rv. RT7RE YOU GET THE GENUINE. Counterfeits sremsde In St. Louie. Mo. J&ARLEY ( $ WHISKY. W 1ch In ftavor mild and elegant In taste. It doe 3 V Dt contain one drop of impure oH. Being a penume TV i in-. wkitVv it nnccMSM much nutriment. . -j t. - nn; fnv in malarial sections. It greatly prevent attacks ol Pneumonia. A splendid tonic tor nr went lunas and feebleness. Most excellent in- drinkine. and purest for home use. E. H. CHASE & Co.. Distillers. Louisville. Kv. X CO e o Q C3 E ' CO iH n CO i-H MAIS CO en; PiSllmuStii 3 4'D BROWN'S. iAURAOTII Moat of the diseases which afflict mankind are origin- ally caused by a disordered condition of the L I V E R For all complaints of this kind such aa Torpidity of the Liver Biliousness Nervous Dyspepsia Indiges- tion Irregularity of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 1 July 1886

GOVERNMENTAL W HAT IS GOING OX IN THK DEPAUTMlOTs. AN EPITOME OF WHAT WAS LEAKS EI AT Til H AI'HOI VEST Kit IKY Y- DKl'ABTMHNT OF STATE. The following charter were liled with the secretary of state yesterday: The Texas House Moving association of Galveston; capital stock ll'fMH). Incor- porators: l'.S. Wren C. E. Richards U. Hush Plumw-y . 'National dime council of young men of St. l'aul and ladies' nge of progress' of Fort Worth. Incorporators: J. C. Coleman Edward Franklin T. V. Wil- botirn. The Denison Plumbing company tiled its charter this morning. The capital of the company is $.r0.(KM). Incorporators: C. W. Dandy h. . Alexandroch Russell . Myrick and Frank M. llobinson. The following charter instruments were filed yesterday with the secretary of state: Amendments to the charter of the Lone Star Hrewing association San Antonio Texas giving power to establish branch ofllces at other places. A charter was granted the Gorman asso- ciation Dallas Texas to promote private education...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 July 1886

Q HPT Al WEEKLY STATESMAN. VOL. XV AUSTIN. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 8 1S6. NO 33 A IT 1 HANCOCK. srJ'HrXII OF THE KX-CON- (;kks55ax yesterday at dallas. VI1SWS ON COMMl'S'LvM ASD ITS CORPORATIONS- NEW PLAN 1'Olt DEIU WATER. Spec'.al Telesrain to The Statesman. .Dalms July S. lion. John Hancock to-day by iavi anon oi hip citizens oi ituaas h. 'dressed a vast audience at the tair i-rottud-. Iih discourse was. a departure from tln sterectyped I ourtli ot J ul orations'. It abouuder. with original reflec tions upon (lie issues of tlie day. and was win r- gem; arriiieumeni or many ot the lonum charac ters who liavo been fermenting dl-corii.nt and cr.v3Ciiiug uie Bitterness olne)u the classes. iil'.mo: wetiHii ouis-'ives. contiuntqd by a onilb.i-m of things in a nie.isuro refer- able to class iogblaiion which is woithj the atten- tion of the. best statesmanship. How to deal with it was the question lie who' eonn-s forward and inveighs iu bitterness ag.iinst the wrongs that have fallen upon t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 July 1886

7 HOUSTON. srEECii of ihkn. a. w. Ter- rell TO A LA1ICE CONCOUKSE. A l'ROFOVXD DISQUISITION' ON THE UAXGEKS OF MO XOI'OLY. Special Telegram to the Statesman. Hoiston July I. Him. A. W. Terrell arrived from Austin this evening an. addressed a i large concourse of tiili to-n ght. Ilia speech w Inch w . m"(erlv Jort. lasted till 11 o'clock. Tr- rell waa well waived ly the people. '1 be speech was frequently applauded. Among other mini; J udge 1 errell Raid : Heferriu 'tothe improvement of Texas harbors he said- Why is it that Texas la forever treated bv the federal government In her harbor improve- ments as a step thild 7 With a coast line almost double that of any other state with ten tlmea an innch rich land bordering on the aea as any one of them and gret in all the element of agrlcul tural wealth why if- it that our cotton ami woo seek the ocean by a land trip to New York? Millions of our rich laud remain unworked while live ai re on the granite bills of Maseacbuseets will sell for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 July 1886

1 AUSTIN WeIEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY. JULY 8 1886. 3 FOURTH OF JULY63 As It Dawned for a Soldier at Gettysburg. HOLDING LITTLE KOOND TOP Military Life as Seen from the Kanks of the Army. In Camp and On a Ma roll Getting Out of the Wilderness How a Soldier Feels On the Kdge of a fight The Stage Fright of a liattle Green Soldiers and Seasoned Ones Forming for the Fight. Most battle sketches are written from the -standpoint of a commanding general or a war correspondent who saw and knew or is supposed to have seen and known the whole field of action. These sketches are more or less valuable contributions to history but "they do not give the civic reader a very clear idea of what war really is. The fol- lowing intensely interesting sketch written for us by Col. Charles E. Sprague now secretary of the Union Dime Savings Insti- tution of New York who served at Gettys- burg in the ranks of the Forty-fourth New York regiment tells what one soldier saw and experienced if 1 a great battle. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 July 1886

AUSTIN "WEEKLY STATESMAN. THURSDAY JULY 8 1886. WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. RATES OK SUBSCKirTION. DAILY. One month t !" Turee months 2.SM Six months S i"' T waive montln WEEKLY. Six months I '' Twelve months I.IVAIIIAHI.Y IN AliVANCg. Postage free to all parts of the United States and Canaoa Remit by draft on Austin. P. O. money ordr postal note registered letter or express Sample copies sent free on application. All Papeiib Discontinued at the Expiration or ihb Time Paid roil. Subscribers will please ohserve the date on their wrappers. Suhscriliers wishing address of paper changed Will state in their application both the old and new ddreea. MR. F. A. SCOTT is in charge of the city sub acription department of The frTATKBMAN and all complaints or notices of chant es Riven to him or left at this office will have prompt attention. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regu- larly are requested to notify the olllce. Carrier- boys are not allowed to sell papers. STATESMAN PUHLI...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 July 1886

AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN THURSDAY. JULY 81886. 5 DR. JOHN BULL'S Siil'sTonicSyri FOR THE CURE OF FEVER and AGUE Or CHILLS and FEVER AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES. The proprietor of this celebrated medicine justly claims for it a superiority over all rem- edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE CERTAIN SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure of Ague and Fever.or Chills and Fever wheth- er of short or long standing. He refers to the entire Western and Southern oountry to bear him testimony to the truth of the assertion that in no ease whatever will it fail to cure if thodireotionsarestrictlyfollowedandoarried out. In a great many cases a single dose has been sufficient for a oure and whole families have beea cured by a single bottle with a per- fect restoration of the general health. It is however prudent and in every case more cer- tain to oure if its use is continued in smaller doses far a week or two after the disease has been oheoked more especially in difficult and long-standing oases. Usuall...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 8 July 1886

WEEKLY STATESMAN. AUSTIN TEXAS. ANTI-MONOPOLISTS. Our Waco special this morning will be t jund of special interest to politicians and others. Straws show which way the wind blows and the action of the conven- tion at the home of Senator Coke possi- bly indicates the general direction of the popular current. The resolutions adopted do credit to the anti-monopolists in one respect at least declaring their steadfast attach- ment to democratic principles. The convention's endorsement of Judge Terrell for United States sen- ator is but another evidence in addi- tion to many similar testimonials from other sections of the state that Terrell is the candidate of the people whose great heart is warming up to him whom they now consider the champion of their rights as against monopolies. His endorsement by the anti-monopolists is most signiiicnnt and a good omen for the final triumph of the cause of tho people and their advocate who aspires to a seat in the United States senate. Terrell's mule...

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