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By and by, Injun Joe and his companion awake and decide to bury a packet of about six hundred  silver coins that they have stolen. While digging a hole, they discover a metal box filled with gold  coins worth thousands of dollars. Eventually, the men leave with their treasure, which they plan to  hide in Injun Joe's "den number two." Tom and Huck decide to keep a sharp lookout for the "Spaniard," and after he has completed his  "revenge," they will follow him to his hiding place. Then they suddenly realize that the revenge is  against them--at least against Tom. Twain enjoys using any occasion to make fun of hypocrites and hypocritical behavior. The  Temperance Tavern, by its name, is not supposed to have any alcoholic beverages; but instead it has  a large storage room filled with various types of alcoholic beverages. As Twain has often suggested, 
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