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fUgLIEsLED EVERY SATURDAY AT of
LAKE PROVIDECE, LA. low
JAMES N. TURNER. that
Pabusher and Proprsetor.
UUICRIFTION : ot00 PER YEAR. secs
Saturday,. - October 19, 1895. har
ANOUCEaxxxT RATES. lar
...... ........ 00
Dtrl t Judge ....................... ..... 15 00
District Attorney ......................... 1500
Rse re enttl m,. .... .':.. . . . . . 0o0
W are. hor.....................d o announce Hon. ci
SJur rs......... ........................
JOS. E. RANSDELL as a candidate
Mt MSenator from the 25th Senatorial roe
Distrit, tnbject to the action of the nej
amottacy of Madison and East Car- le
I epeetfully announce myself to
tlhe voters of east Carroll and Madison pe
that lam a candidate for Senator of mu
the 25th Senatorial District, subject to the
the action of the Democratic party.
W. M. MURPHY. wit
I beg to announce that I am a can
didate for tatee Senator composing the tio
parishes of Madison and East Carroll. cip
nejfict to the action of the Democratic bel
party. and respectfully solicit the sup- s
port of the su~ragans.
L. K. BARBER. th
We are authorized to announce
-Judgge . F. MONTGOMERY as a can
didate for re-election to the office of mi
Jqdge of the 7th Judicial District, sub- co
jet to the action of the Democratic fif
1FO DZsTRICT ATTORNEY. wr
be hereby announce myself as a can
didatefor District Attorney of the 7th
Judicial District, subject to the action se
of -heo Democratic party. of
WM" S. HOLMES. to
POB REPRESENTATIVE. OT
I hereby announce myself as a can- li.
didate for re-election as Representative
in the General Assembly of Louisiana,
subject to the action of the parish a
Democracy. C. S. WYLY. t
PFO naBrFFP, a
We are. authorized to announce Mr. ei
J. W. DUNN as a candidate for re- re
election to the office of Sheriff of the
parish of East Carroll, subject to the ii
action of the Democratic party.
We are authorized to announce Mr. d
YANCEY BELL as a caudidate for the ai
position of clerk of the 7th District t1
Court, subject to -the action of the b
Democratic party. d
I hereby announce myself as a can. -s
didate for re-election t1I the office of d
Clerk of the 7th District Court, sub- r
ject to the action of the Democratic b
Party. and ask the support of the r
voters of the parish.
J. D. TOMPKINS.
We are authorized to announce Dr.
W. E. LONG as a candidate for re
election to the office of Coroner of
East Ouqroll, subject to the action of
have called a convention for Satur
day, Nov. 9th jo nominate candidates
tor parish offices.
It is now said that Louisiana will
have a Democratic ticket, a Republi
can ticket,--a "Lly white" Repub
lican ticket and a Populist ticket min
The N. O. Republican says that
ex-Gov. B. C. Warmoth while in
Noew York last week mo conversation
with a reporter. predicted the elec
tion of a Bepublican to succeed
United States Senator Blanchard.
At a Populist primary election
held or Saturday last in Natchitbch
a pariah to nominate parish and
ward ofiers, a total of 1062 votes
were east. The Democrats of the
pariah claim 2300 votes.
The Woman's Edition of the
Bajon BRouge Truth, deserves the
highest praise ahd is a credit to the
ladies who had charge. It is a
twelve page, eight column paper,
divided into three parts. The Truth
Ladiesr edition is at the head of the
The white Republicans of Ascen
sion parish, who organized and led
the sugar planters' holt from the
Demoeratbc party, beld a meeting at
Donaldeonville on Tuesday lat.
They favored the principles of the
.Nivual Repuhliesa party, but re
w6tdt to have tnythtag to do with
W .141 tiui RepuBtloca. party in
.etauislase, and will go it alone.
itt. Mar'y Walker, who has
gi * rwisely fortoiy yasre on dress
gltish, aah etietzssd a fars of 18i
For the week or two reign
lower part b bc Good
rich's and He e
that there are a~t 4 men Living in
Mfdisoni parisb, just across the line of
East Carroll, who are engaged in rais
ing bogs. They live In a distant and
secluded portion of Madison and do
pretty much as they please. They
have always been considered a danger
ous set of men, but it was not until
recently that their depredations be
came so prominent as to arouse popu
Last week these men shot a negro
without any apparent provocation,
tied another one and carried him off.
lie has never been heard of since.
The latter part of last week some of
them rode out to the Goodrich store.
On their return they" fired at dogs,
chickens and everything along the
road, spreading terror amonug the
negroes. We understand they are
leaving the country and that this sec
tion is threatened to be depopulated.
Such a state of affairs must be stop
ped. Sheriff Dunn has been in com
munication with Sheriff McClellan for
the past week about the matter, and
the latter was to hate met Mr. Dunn
with a posse last Wednesday some
where near the scene of the depreda
tions. We hope that all parties partl
cipant will be caught and be brought
before the bar of justice; for as long
as such a condition of affairs exists
the country cannot prosper.
A prominent planter and business
man has furnished us with an ac
count of sales of five hundred and
fifty bags of cotton seed, delluted
by the new process and shipped
from this place to Hull, England,
where they were sold. These seed
brought $24.30 per ton. Cotton
seed are selling on the plantations
of Washington county, at $5.00 per
ton. The rate of freight from New
- Orleans to Hull is $4.50 per ton.
The English mills offer to take de
linted seed at $24.00 per ton, and,
as proved by the above account of
h sales, have actually given more for
them. Why the American mills
cannot do as well for the producers
as the foreign is a question which is rc
simply asked, and the reason and w
remedy is left to the planters and cc
1mills themselves. The cost of de- 11
1d linting is about $1.00 per ton which
Is more than compensated by the 1u
value of the lint. Although the
r. delinting of the seed is an immense w
t advantage it is not possible that a,
et their value should thereby be en. P
e bhanced to the amount of eighteen d
dollars. It does not take a very ri
n. shrewd thinker to perceive that the
,f discrepancy is too glaring to be dis- E
b- regarded. Cotton seed is, or should t
ic be, one of the most valuable and b
he remunerative products of the planta- .
tion. At the present price it is at
wonderful encouragement to the a
- growth, multiplication and pros
perity of the mills, which In their
turn, are an advantage to business
f life and the prosperity of the com
of munity in which they are located; t
but it is very carious that a product
- which enables the manufacturers to I
wax fat and flourish should be so
g little remunerative to producers as
r- to cause them seriously to consider
es the advisability of using it as a
manure. An answer to this query
might be obtained from the Cotton
ill Oil Trusts, which, next to the plan
li- tere themselves, are most deeply in
b- terested.-Greenville Times.
in The number of voters in the State
of Indiana is 627,072, of whom 13,
322 are colored.
in According to the most careful esti
ion mates made by the departments of
cc- various governments, as well as by
ed individuals, the wheat crop of the
world for '95 is 232,000,000 bushels
below that of last year.
ch- Indianapolis, Ind., has elected a
nd Democratic Mayor by 3,722 votes,
ee and the rest of the ticket by 2,500.
the At the last election it went Hepubli
can by a large majority. One term
of Republicanism is enough for any
he At Bordeaux, France, September
S8, M. Huret covered 851 kilometers
er, and 856 meters in 24 hours, which is
ith equal to 529 1-3 miles. Riviere'a
the record was 525 miles 1,029 yards.
At the recent Springfield meeting
Titus rode 27 miles and 185 yards in
en- one hour.
led In a divorce case the other day in
the New York the Judge remarked, in
g at the course uf his decision and advice
ast. to the couple to make p as nd go home,
the that, "next to rum, a meddlesome
Smother-in-law was the most destrue
rith tive of the peace and happiness of
Ia the hosme of a young married
as The Concord (N. 8.) Monitor
mn- which i. bwned and conducted by
rees Senator Chandler, says that the pros
186 poet that Clevle-d will be nomi
wfi pated fot the Presidency is Iperess
las, lg every bour, and tsht ."h is the
.l mst powerfug . int politis,. w-oa
hS the last centolyh seen ;" also thae
I j Ik i e-ueantda he will receive tws
Sthe IRepublican votes fut every one h4
I'P o.. s
LADIES' BUTTON - H,
Krippoenorf, Diltman & C.-Mate,
Kid In Razor Cap Toe. $1.90
Sand In Razor Plain Toe.
Cloth In Opera Cap Toe.
Tops, In Opera Plain Toe. 10
anld In C. S. Toe and Heel.
all In Opera Toe and C. S. Heel.
Kid, In Opera SqureCap Toe. $325
W. N. WHITE, Agt.
I 41r .. ..i.1...1 178IT a1x i! R lR
POLICE JURY PROCEEDINGS. T
Lake Providence, La., Oct. 9, 1635.
The lion. Police Jury of East Car
roll umet this day in regular session ou
with the following present :
lion. P. D. Quays, President; Yan
cey Bell, Secretary; Robt. Nicholson,
II. K. Barwick and C. A. Voelker, T
Minutes of July 24th and August
15th were read anid approved. C
On motion of Mr. Barwick,the clerk J
was authorized to employ Mr. Guier p
as supintendant, to make necessary re- T
pairs on Tensas bridge at $1.60 per Q
Mr. Barwick offered the following B
resolution, which was adopted: t
Resolved, That the President of this
Board be and he is hereby authorized
to borrow the sunt of $637.OC, same to I
be used in paying the School Board of
this parish the amount due for poll
taxes deducted by the clerk from jury
and witness claims. and to give there
for certificates of indebtedness signed
by himself and clerk of this board,
bearing 8 per cent per annum interest
By request of Mr. H. C. McGuire,
the President appointed the following
named freeholders as commissioners 4
to lay off a public road from the Chris
Duff place on Dry Prong bayou via
the Tom Jones place to the public
C. S. Wyly, Pat Carroll, Chris Duff,
E. J. Hamley, Jos. E. Ranedell, II. C.
McGuire, Cornelius Johns and J. S.
The following resolution offered by
- Mr. Voelker, was adopted:
Resolved, That from and after this
date a standing reward of thirty dol
e lars is offered for the arrest and de
livery within the parish jail of every
person guilty of homicide in this par
ish; provided that no reward shall be
paid unless the accused be guilty
either of murder or manslaughter, in
the opinion of the sheriff or district
y attorney, or, if the district attorney be
e absent from the parish, of the clerk of
the court, which fact shall be made to
appear by the within certificates of
said officials attached to the claim for
said reward. In the event that said
a officials disagree, the police juror from
the ward where the homicide occurred,
shall decide between them.
The Finance Committee made the
1 following report, which was adopted'
t to-wit :
Providence, La.. Oct. 9, 180.
To the Hon. Police Jury of East
Carroll-We, the Committee on Fin
sv ance, recommend the approval of the
following ehaims, presented at this
s J 8 Guenard. assessors fees ........ 8 8
Alf Wallace and M. Miller, reward.. SO 00
C A Velker. bridge and lumber ....200
. per diem .............. 90
Phil McGutre, pauper..... ... . 4 50
g R Egelly. J. p. lees................ 3 50
in LHill, jury claim ................. 2 00
Prov. Lumr. Co., bridge lumber...... 19 20
T Byrne. quarter allUowance......... 50 00
RH Graham, Swan lake iat........ 111 85
in ed Johnson, repals to court house. 17 00
G F Blackburn. .p. fees ........... 10 00
in " .p. fees............ 6 2
e PD Qusys, pauper................ 3 0
per diem................ 390
e ' per diem............. 300
Bsraner-Democrat. printing......... 62 b0
ne EFJ Hamley, sa ry .................. 0 00
H Williams, burying pauper....... 500
J E Banadell, salary........... 25 00
of W P Burney, work on bridge....... 12 7b
R J Walker. jury clam .............. 2 00
e " Jury claim.............. 2
Robt Nleholson, per diem.... .... 5 7C
S W Green, jury claim ........... 7 tc
Yaacey Bell, per diemm..... ......... I 0(
or pauper............. 41
by Cesar Marti, constabe tees....... 6 21
C H C eotteeuatable fees.......... 621
T TB Overton, p.fees ..,...... 5 I
Si- J. p, fees.... .. 6
W H fuster ............... 201
s- Mose )iier, ecsstable fees........ 62
the J W D Db5 I, wb .. ::. 1U:
" eer IeVas. ........... 4,
.we .............. 82
J N Hill & Bro., mdse forall....... 17 65
TB Davis. constable fees........... 6 2
A 31 Nelson, jury fees ............... 9 00
Total .............. .........818 5 '62,
We also rechmmenld the payment of a be
the following claims presented at this and
meeting, and that the President be au- was
thorized to warrant for same: The
Alf Wallace and Mose Miller........S 80 00 was
TB Overton : ...................... 00 and
CR Egellv ....................... 67 50 and
J 8 Guenard .... ............... 1690 lor
R L Hill..... .. .............. 00 bet
Providence Lumber Co ............ 22 Le
Tim Byrne ..................... 5000
RoLd Johnson.................... 1 70 me
Geo F Blackburn ......... ..... 10 00 wa
P D Quays ................... 800 sol
Banner-Democrat .............. 62 50 bu
Henry Williams ............... 5 00
J E ansdell....................... 25 00 as
.. 15 00 for
WP Burney................. 1276 the
R J Walker ....... ............... 2 00
.......................... 86 00
. 15 00 cI
2 50 Cel
S .... ... ............ 0 c
JNHill & Bro ................ 1765
S W Green................... 70 Q
Yancey Bell............ .... .... 18 00 on
Gleo King.................... 25
9 Ceasar Martin ................. 6 25 w
WH Hunter.................. 25 00 q
John Asberry.................... 25 ol
Geo F Blackburn ... ........ . 625 eg
J W Dunn ... ........... 125 re00
...... .............. 1045 le
8 25 m
... ........ ..... 100
. ......................... 8000
.... ........ 15 00 f
Vicksburg Pub and Pnnt Co..... .. 50
CH Scott .................. .. 625
is WELong........ .............. 88 75 m
T B Davis ............ .............. 625 111
A M Nelson ................ 9 00 di
E T Pinkston ... .. ........ 00
yE J Delony .. . ............. 400 w
r- J D Tompkins ............... 14 50 hi
WA Blount..................... 180 w
. Total...................... ....$842 42
n We have examined the reports of b
t the Sheriff & Tax Collector and Treas
)e urer, find same correct and recom
1 mend the approval of both.
0 The Treasurer's report shows
1 Balance on hand - $1212 57 p
)r Deduct outstanding
warrant ........ $190 0 b
Claims to be paid $ 0
this meeting ..... 842 42
Balange on band $180 156 i
e Respectiully submitted,
d' H K. Barwick. P
C. A. Voelker.
There betng no further business, the
Board adjourned to meet January 8th,
n- 1896. P. D. QUAYS, President. t
be YAECEY BEI., Clerk. s
There isone medicine which every l
84 family should be provided with. We '
os refer to Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
9 When it is kept at hand the severe
50 pain of a burn or scald may be prompt
Sly relieved and the sore healed in much
00 less time than when medicine has to be
sent for. A sprain may be promptly
00 treated before inflamation sets in.
wco wich insures a cure in about one
90 third the time otherwise required.
50 Cuts and bruises should receive -imme
diats attention, before the parts be.
00 come swollen, and when Chamberlain's
00 Pain Balm is applied it will heal them
10 without matter being formed. and
5i without leaving a sear. A sore throat
Smay be cured in one night. A piceb
25 of flannel dampened with this liniment
I and bound onover the eeasef pain, will
cure lame beek or pain it the side or
chest in tweosty-four )ours. It is the
moat valuabls. however, for rheums
6 tiaa. Persons asllicted with thin
disease wil be delighted with the
p1i prompt rd.tet from paln wbihb it
S urada,.and it oan be depended pon
50 to ella$ eomplet eam. For sale at
a 5 Gsdldjrd's d4ingsto
JOHNNZIE REB. say t
Banner-Democrat :--I the days of
'62, the writer had the honor of being and I
a buy soldier in the army of Virginia, n o
and at the time this incident occured, newt
was snugly fixed in "winter quarters."
The leader of our regimental band
was a jolly, light hearted gentleman
and was a fine specimen of manhood, P
and like myself, was very much in 2.0oo
love with the fair girl "that we left Pill
behind us." l'he army of Gen. . , seli v
Lee, after an active spring and sum
mer campaign, was now Idle and "all
was quiet along the Potomac." The
soldier boys in gray were now kept
busy in the reguler duty of camp life,
and many were writing applications No
for furloughs, knowing that a few of or h,
the army would be granted a leave of of ili
absence. Among this number the gay Beet
and festive leader of our band, made then
a strong application, and at its con
clusion siangcd his name as leader of a Cler
D certain regimental baud. His appli- OIs
cation was duly approved and re
spectfully forwarded to Brigade Hd.
o Qrs., and the application, as it passed
0 onward and upward to a higher
Sofficer, was duly approved and tor- p
warded until it reached the head- dell
o quarters of General Lee. The good trat
t' old general remembering the good and Ifay
efficient service of his fighting boys,
Sreturned the application of the band Cles
b leader with the following endorse- OP
p "Respectfully returned. Shooters
to furloughed before tooters."
This endorsement was a stunner to
p the band leader, and thb disappoint- T
15 ment to him was bhard to endure; but are
like a good soldier he continued to and
discharge his duty faithfully, and T
) when the spring campaign began, we MA
5o had no better shooter in the army, and j
O0 when Gen. Wm. Barksdale's famous Jae
12 Mississippi Brigade held Fredericks- 1st
D burg for forty-eight hours against the T
entire combined forces of the Federal ,
army our "tooter and shooter" won a
- reputation second to none for gallant 2
conduct upon the field of battle. It is
67 proper to state, that the gallant band
leader not only won a good nanie, but
be also won a 4urlough and the "girl
that he left behind." Fo
Will thie members of Co. C try and
1o Imitate the bright example, and win a
name as a bright and effiient com
pany ? JOHNNIE REB.
Returns to the statietical division
he of the department of agriculture for A.
at, the mponth of October make cotton
show a decline of b.7 points from the Pa
ry September condtion, which was 70.8, p
Ve against 65.1 for the present month. it
saeesaemm -- -
m. MirMcRae's for cheap groceries.
Sch SUN " -- Sale.
State of Loutsiana, Parish of East Carroll.
tly Succession of U. F. Hall, Beveath Dis
trict Court No.
By virtue ot a writ ot sale to me directed
no- by the Honorable Seventh Distriet Court
for the parish of ast Carroll afoasread, in
the above entitled cause. I will proceed
nt- to sell at public auction. st the door of the
Court House, in the Town of Providence,
be. astt CarrollParish, La., on Wednesdsy the
['s 2d day of Oetober, 1198. betwea-tehours
presrbed by law, all the right tite saod
em laterest of said ueesson in and to the
nd following described property, to-wit:
I-Hall tract bering W e of see 14, T 20,
oat E 11i& 10 2n.m10 asres.
2-The undivided a6 of the Asa B, Force -
eeb Trt, composed of Lots , , 3.4 ad 7d and
eat of See. !t ; of e t33 of Sec. ; I I
Y8ee. n aaldLet lefSee.is - AlftoT 29. a
wllMu E, ejntalaIs tres . m -e851 sares.
$-or -adsee Lets mnasitu . 100 bry
or38 feet in Fateberg Artngtea of the I
theTowis of Providence purchased by C.P. C
ItA se Mrs. A. lWiLd a r deed I
Ut, % N W. 0WZUaIt5z F-0
and !Lrd of thCaeeerese ta ##*Rwi
te r T os f ,ee-, o o alo i
s .bes.Ps oc a9 iLs,. d
apo lJo SMm ts.
-e Job neaty esS M b t
... -2 , -.-.," -:.,t acrt '.,*9; ..--":
ase maim bvadw
arvaerlanD esa mass .ear
ti an of apeo&ons4on
originated by us. All ,ueceafl spclator. operate on reogulrisse
It- a n ullnd t u i ho a rte. RPtltu1 n ed
aek huwlinrge amroootwt·sa dolar. t up ygin 1*
ew thsan dllrs for the m inre rd or e o"sain aola rsu m
lp 1p r oby those who iWesa fewi logsatnd.
on tfiIt b rapersona who tlre away from Cblcaghbuidf tb"I~ ' ehbr
understand systimaticl traling.
W -TU P0S OO N P so our Manual o ksnteemfa ulatious an
our Daily Market Report, full oflas
in trading fully. U ghest reflren ain e to our standing and suco.
For ihrther information addrelss
THOMAS & C00., Bankers nd oker,,
261.448 Rialto Bailding, OChicago, L.
T. F. MONTGOMERY. J. G. PURVIS.
MONTGOMERY & PURVIS,
......plOPRIETOEB OF THE ......
LIV El:Y ESBTABLEJ.
We are prepared to furnish the traveling publio with the best Carriages,
Buggieq and Saddle Horse..
SfaiO Raiteis to Oo merAi wl teaa.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The West Ceapy ii the latl
Iat~e sal the LAU3ll l th all
`W4Up t Deember 81st, 1891, it a4 pai4 to bs o Mies
846,486,167.86, whieh is dable the soamn ever pad by anyu r
POST & BOWLES GENERAL AGENTS FO:X
Louisiana and Mississippi. 0 New Oriesns, Ls.
Ytanoey Be1, L-osoa LwI'*S
a.. a 3 1.F r mndene. 1. a.
Fail ad Wirter Oamplesi
Mr. Walter Goodwin wishes us to
say that he has jst recelved his new C
line of fall and winter samples T
and invites his friends to call and take NT
a look at tbem. On account of the
newtadrf, cl,thes are much cheaper.
FineIPtiR iP)k5-Is..plir, $1.6+ trio, as
Pure 3ed.ve ~,.i y fon, and will it
sell vary 'lna me for price.
Bd WONUI gu, ML
L be Providenece, LA.
S ucslon of E. I Beams, Dee'd.
No bereby given tbs W. P. Fish
er has ble inal sCeoount as Executor
of the Will andd Testament of E. B. L
SBeSem 45'd. lf.p oppodton is made
there ` t elt let ý enae will be
ooe J. D. Tompkins, P
a Clerk 7th Dist. Court for East Carroll par- a
ish, La. d
October , 1880-St.
' Succession of John O'Brien. Dee'd.
- Notice is hereby given that Jos. E. Bans
- dell has filed his inal account asu admini
d trator succession of John O'Brien. Dee'd.
d If no opposition be made thereto within ten
days, the same will be homoloeated.
J. D. Tompkins.,
d Clerk 7th Distriet Court tor rest Carroll
October b, 1896.4t.
o EAST CAIURoL-
The jury termnsofthe 7th Distrlt Court
it are fixed for the first Mondays in January
to and June.
id The civil terms are fixed for the second
Ie Mondays in March and October.
Ri Jury terms to begin on 4th Meo as in
us January and Juna. Civil terms to segin n
. -let Mondays in April and Novembe.
SJury terms to begin on d Monday, in
boary and July. Civil terms to begin on
a 4th Mondays in April and November.
at By order of his Boner, I. F Meontonery.
is Judge 7tl Distriet Court
J. D. Tsmpkns, Clerk.
, vatYsm8 ~ OnEET
irl V= =9 AND XZX 3 IAOUT
For Helena, Greenville, -Lake Provi
ad dence, Vicksburg. and All
a Way Landings
m- The Swift and klegant Steamer
S JOE PET ERS,
on In Place of Bald Eagle.
!or A. L. Coum s, L. P.CommIxs,
on Master, Clerk.
be Leave every Wedneday at a p. i.a
psn Le Pr ..aa p.. noon. oin
PWe t Pr cu" mee v 10 -
tr. iLp wil 55.
Ella -MiWniS -acb
d Best In tihe W d.
she. dSa as age5Wat.
the am e as-s W. L.
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. T. 07. J. 9095.5.
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Coughi, Cold, or any trouble with
Throat, Chest or Lungs. Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds Is guaranteed to'
give relief, or money will be paid back.
Sufferers from LaGrippe found it lust
the thing and under its nu had a
speedy sad perfect recovery. Try a
sample bottle at our expense and learn
for ourself just bow good a thing it
is. Trial bottles free at J. 8. Guenard
Drag Store. Large size M0c. and $i,0
Noew Uriesa, Late fort ani the lend
Freight and Passenger Steamer
T. P. LEATEE8S.
F. C. Leathers, Captain,
L. E. Boulet, Clerk.
Leaves New Orleans
every Saturday st6 p.m.
pasing ePri nce going up Tuesday
Imorning. Returning, passing Provi
dense going down the same evening.
This steamer reserves the right to
pass all landings that the captain may
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