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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 September 1897

VOL. XVIII. KO. If been getting clean coal, honest weight and prompt delivery, send your orders to us. We guarantee sat? isfaction. IarmanT^flippo, < 'oili ami Wood Dealers, 'Phono OS. 108 Salem Avenue s w. $ GO TO SUM I MR, FRED, SCHADE 5 anil the other cruel; bicycle riders < t ' * $ Lake and Driving Park, ? October I and 2, 1 but in the meantime don't forget 0 5 to call on us for sterling sil- K Y ? ' ver novelties anil so?ve NIRS, DIAMONDS aid WED i DING PRESENTS. ? 5 EDWARDS. GREEN J ^ Munurncttirliig Jeweler unit ^ # OptKiuu. ? 6 SALEM AVE. ? ? Agency Columbia and Hartford 5 Bicycles, ? We have a full supply of all books used in the Virginia College, High School and Pub? lic Schools. Our prices are as low as the lowest. Copy Books and Old Do? minion Tablets. THE FISH8URN CO., No. 10 Campbell Avenue w. \ BARGAINS / One slightly used upright piano, full size, good :is new; sold one year ago for $350; now ?:ijr> on easy payments One uoocl second-h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 September 1897

THE TIMES. EV3RY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 123 CAMPDELL AVE. S.W, TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 60 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 M ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ?, ?,... _.. t Business omce.143 PHOKBS.^ Kdltorlal Rooms.184 Interstate Phooes?Same numbers for tlio same locutions. SEPTEMBER. S M T W T F S . 12 8 4 5 6 7 8 0 10 11 13 13 14 15 1? 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 20 30 .. Never marry n girl who is not afraid of a mouse unless you want to play second violin. Considering what he's not doing in Cuba, that the war there Is so long drawn out is proof itself of Weyler's pull. lie is happy whose circumstances suit his temper; but he is more excellent who can suit his temper to any circumstance.* J. W. Rawley, of Richmond, an? nounces that he will be a candidate he fore the legislature for the office of rail? road commissioner. If the Treasury deficit continues, Pres? i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 September 1897

A IirSBAND* S STRATEGY How He Fooled the Wife of His Bosom. DOCTOR'S STORY OF FAKE SUICIDE. A Scheme to Kxtort Money In Which the Phynlclnn Wiw *n Unwilling Acconi. pllce?But lie Got a Fat Fee ami Kept the Secret. The lifo of n physician In n hard one, out at tho snino time not altogether prosy. Idko a confessor, he Id necessarily Intrust? ed with ninny family secrets. A prominent physician who hns re? moved to unother city was on o visit to "DON'T USE THE PUMP, UOCTOM" friends hero recently, says the Louisville Courier-Journal. As the guests nt a din? ner were smoking their cigars and tobacco smoke was forming curls toward the ceil? ing Bomo very good stories were exchanged. The physician told the following experi? ence, which, ho said, was one of the queer? est he had ever had: "I had just made my rounds," paid ho, "gone to my bedroom and put on my slip purs and lounging robe to spend an hour or so with my family before retiring. I had not been in long before my, doorbell rung vio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 September 1897

DUST "when you can get it right at heule ? Your grocer sells it. MADE ONLY BY THE N. K. FAIRBANK COM PAT Chicago. 8U Louis. Now Yorl WASHINGTON LETTER. ? Justice Field and Chiof Justice Marshall. The Chinese Minister and His Interesting Wife. [Special Correspondence] Justice Stepbeu J. Field of tho su? premo court of tho United States, as is well kuowi], has broken tho record for long judicial sorvico iu Washington Which was established by Chief Justice Marshall, -who served 34 years, 5 months and ? days. Johu Marshall was a native of Virginia, born 20 years beforo the outbreak of tho Revolutionary war, and appointed a justicoof the United States supremo court iu 1801, wheu 40 years of ago. Ho served until his death in 1835 and wastben 80. Ho died iu Phil? adelphia. Stephon J. Field was born in Connecticut iu 1816. Ho has served longer on tho bench of tho supreme c mi t than Chief Justice Marshall did, and hoisuowouoyear older than Judge Marshall was when ho died. Wu Tintr Fang- and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 September 1897

The Popular Shopping Place of the Gity. We have moved into our new addition extending back to Campbell avenue, thereby covering more space than any other storeroom in the city, and we cordially invite the public to inspect the improvement; also our large stock of Dress Goods, Notions and Millinery, and gather up some of our big bargains that we are offering. The most gratifying informa? tion we can give, to the ladies is that we are going to offer some special bargains on MON? DAY. DOMESTICS. Best 4-4 Unbleached Sen Island Cot? ton, 5c. Extra Heavy Round Thread Un? bleached Cotton, at (ic. Apron Ginghams, in blue, brown and green checks, at 5c. Best quality soft finished Ginghams, at 8a. Best grade Unbleached Sheeting, at. 12 MJc, 15c and 20c. Good Soft Finished 4-4 Bleached Cot? ton, at 5c. Heavy Blue Denims for Overhauls, at 10c. Old Hickory Shirting, nothing better for bbirts, at 10c. Good quality Outing Flannel, at 0c. CHENILE AND LACE CURTAINS. We are headquarters for Curtains,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 September 1897

The finest, >v*7 most delicate things you have you needn't be afraid to wash witrTPearline. The fact that a thing is delicate and easily torn is the very reason why you should take rp\ Pearline to it. Nothing else can get it clean with so little m\ \ J7?$X?\ rubbing and wrenching. J If you observe carefully, you'll notice that the women who are the most particular about their washing and their housekeeping and their housework are the ones who are the most enthusiastic about Pearline. T fkf*!It Toddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you. "this is as j-^vsvsjv good as-. Qr ?the same a. .. PearjjnCi IT'S FALSE?Pearline is /"\,,4- never peddled ; if your croccr sends you an imitation, he honest VJUL ? senJ ii both. 5? JAMES PYLE, New York. ff^ZA V3 Wo have demonstrated, experts admit, and every one Is convinced thatGenuine WhiteTopaz cannot be detected from . BV real diamonds. Whlto Topaz lb tho stone you liuvu read so ?i". lg much about. Theone that Iinsfooleil the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 September 1897

PROPOSALS. Sealed bide, marked "Proposals to Con? struct Bridge Superstructure at Rich mond Ford.' aud addressed to W, E. Thomas, clerk of Conuoi1 of the city of Roauoke.Vu., will be received until noon, September 27. 1897, for tho construction aud erection of a highway bridge cf ono span over Tinker creek and Richmond Ford on the line between Roanoke city and Roanoke county; Bald bridge to be of steel, except the lloor, which is to be of wood, and to be of tho following di? mensions: Length of sp?ui, center to cen? ter, 110 f?et; width of roadway in tho clear, 10 feet. Phius and specificatloue can bo seen at the ofllco of the city engi? neer of the citv of Roanoko, on and after September 7. 1807. Each hid must bo accompanied with a certified check of five hundred ($500) dollars. The right to re? ject any and all bids Is reserved. Also bids for the construction of the masonry abutments noon the conditions as above prescribed, except that a bid? ders' bond of $100 will bo required in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 September 1897

Coming and Doing. Mrs. H. S Trout "returned borne yes? terday from a visit to friends nt EUlstou an'l Montgomery county. Blueileld Telegraph: Mrs. R. J. Foigu 80", of Roauoke, accompanied oy her daughter, is visiting her sons,Messis. M. B. and J- B. Ferguson. Frank Lee left Roanoke yesterday for Baltimore, where^he will reside in tho future. Miss Lizzie Bontley, a populnr young lady of this city, is visitiug ^ relatives lu Bedford City. Mrs. ,7. J. Kilgaleu, of Staunton, has returned to her homo after a pleasant visit to Mrs. T.'J. Twigg, of 1 hird street s. o. Miss Annie Hartigan has returned to her home iu this city after n pleasant visit to friends in .Stauuton aud llarrt Boubnrg. J. II. Morris returned yesterday from Ironton, Ohio. A. C Jones, of Highland county, a nephew of Rev. J. C. Jones, of this city, arrived here yesterday and entered the National Busiuess O liege. F. B. Cunningham, of Blacksburg, is a guc?t at the St. .lames. K. E. Baldwin, of Petersburg, was in the city ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 September 1897

VOL. XVIII, NO. THE FIRST LOT Of those sqo special CLEVELANDS "A'! ?ml "B" were all sold before 10 o'clock yesterday nioruiug. We will have tea more Monday afternoon and four of tb? ten are nlrendy sold. This ?looks like value for your money, doesn't it: ROANOKE CYCLE CO 10S Salem avenuo s. w. go to see MR. FRED. SCHADE and the oilier crack bicycle riders \ at \ i Lake and Driving Park, j October I and 2, i but in the meantime don't forget 9 to call on us for STERLING SIL- ? j) VER NOVELTIES and SOUVE- | <> NIRS, DIAMONDS and WED- $ DING PRESENTS. f EDWARDS. GREEN Mtwiufiictnrlnc Jowolor and Optician, 6 salem ave. Agency Columbia and Hartford Bicycles. IF YOU WANT HERE IS YOUR CHANGE, We have 1 model '->9 CLEVELAND, used about six weeks, and ono 1S97 $100 SPAULDING, slightly used, we will sell at a bargain. Call and see them. . THE FIStlBURN CO., Cheapest Scliool Supplies in the city. \ BARGAINS. X One slightly used upright ])i;iiio, full si/.c, good...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 September 1897

THE TIMES, VBVERY MDUN I NO, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPDELL AVE. <?. W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILT, ONE MONTn. 60 M THREE MONTHS.fl.50 " SIX MONTH8. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 6.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 uunviru lltii?l"?? Ofltce.143 Ktlttorlal Rooms.1)54 Interstate Phooes-Same numbers for the iamo locations. SEPTEMBER. S M T W T P S .. .: 1 2 8 4 5 ? 1 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 23 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. .. While every Stute has its band of calamity howlers, New York has the W?? gest Croker of the lot. There is a woeful lack of enterprise In the community that is unable to report the discovery of an Andres pigeon. Br lynching a quintette of burglars In? diana shows a tendency to introducing the block of five in just as objctionablc a form as the old one. A "neu dinner" is the latest thing among the society women at Bar Hniboi. It is attended, of course, by great cack? ling, fuss and f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 September 1897

F?TTHF?L JD JUST. Full Text ot a Sermon Preached by Rev. Joseph H. Smith. A FREE AND FULu CONFESSION OF OUR SINS WILL RESULT IN OUR FORGIVENESS BY A LOV? ING SAVIOUR, WHO WILL CLEANSE US FROM ALL UN? RIGHTEOUSNESS ? A COMFORT? ING ASSURANCE TO ALL WHO BELIEVE IN HIM. The following able sermon wns preach? ed by Rev. Joseph H. Smith nt the late Pentecostal meet ing at Salem, on Friday, September 10. air. Smith took as his text: "If wo con? fess our sins, Ho is fuithfu' and just to forgive us out sins and tocleanse us from all uurighteousuess."- I .lohn, 1:9. This text will strike you with some in? terest when 1 call you to ncto^that it is nude up of couplets. It goes for the most part by two's. There is, first, he and we; there is, second,our sins and out unrighteousness; there Is,third,two of bis attributes, faithful and justtnnd there'is, fourth, two of his great gifts of grace, forgive and cleanse. The text Is made up of couplets?He and we; sins (plural), cnrigbieousuess7(singular)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 September 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. A teleirr.im received late yesterday evening by Mrs. J. B. Bransford stated that her s?u Walter had died during Fri? day afternoon at Ocean Spriugs, Miss., of yellow fever. During the yellow fever pertod of 1883 Mrs. Bransford lost her husband, a danghter, a sister and a bro? ther, all of whom were victims of the dread disease. Young Brauslord was buried yesterday morning. Edltor M. G. McClung returned yes? terday from a hunting trip [on Catawba. His hunting belt was adorned wich nu? merous squirrel tails, "which it is pre? sumed tnat he purchased at a fabulous cost from 'Clay Chapman or some other nimrod of the far-famed ~Catawba Val? ley. Mrs. kockwood, who has been visiting the family of J. W. Hypes, returned yes? terday to her home in Bedford City. _ Mrs. Dora Aldersoa, of Pocahontas. who has been on a visit to her mother, Mrs. W. R. Johnson, on Union street, left last night for New York ?4ty. Edward W. James, a student of Ron noke College during th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 September 1897

The Popular Shopping Place of the Gity. We have moved into our new addition extending back to Campbell avenue, thereby covering more space than any other storeroom in the city, and We cordially invite the public to inspect the improvement; also our large stock of Dress Goods, Notions and Millinery, and gather up some of our big bargains that, we are offering. The most gratifying informa? tion we can give to the "ladies is that we art; going to offer some special bargains on MON? DAY. DOMESTICS. Host 1-4 Unbleached Sea Island (Jot ton, 5o. Kxtru Heavy Hound Thread Un? bleached Cottou, at lie. Apron Ginghams, in blue, brown and green checks, at ?c. Best quality suit finished Ginghams, at 8c. k Best grade Unbleached Sheeting, at 12 l-2c, 15c and '2<le. (iood Soft Finished 4.-4 Blenched Cot? ton, at 5c. Heavy Blue Denims for Overhauls, at 10c. Old Hickory Shirting, nothing better for Shirts, at 10c. Good quality Outing Flannel, at (ie. CHENILE AKD LACE CURTAINS. We are headqu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 September 1897

fcifc} THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE -OF Castor! a is pat cp in ono-si:o bottles ouly. It is not sold ia bulk. Dnu't allow aayoau to sell you nayt?ng oho on the ploa ir proroiso that it is "just ns pooiT' and "will answer ovcry pur? pose" As^Sce that yon get C-A-?-T-0-Jt-l-A. Is 03 W&1 I ?era Wo have demonstrated, exp??rts admit, niul ?*vory one is convinced that Genullte White Topa? cannot be detected from real diamonds. White Topas is the stone you have rend so inncli about. The one tliat lias fooled the pawnbrokers, lMucu t lu iii side by side with Ifeuuine diainoiids and no onu can tell I he difference. We have sold thousands oT these stones at from one to ten dollars, hut in order toiutroilure them quick? ly as well (IS tu lind out the advertising medium host suited to our business. we make this giSANTIC OFFER. We will send you a beautiful, brilliant, penuine White Topaz, which can be mount ed in a rlntj. scarl or necktie pin, stud, cuff buttons, locket ar pair earr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 September 1897

PROPOSALS. Sealed bids, marked "Proposals to Con? struct bridge Superstructure at Rich? mond Ford,' nud ndd reused to W\ E. Thomas, clork of Counci1 of the city of Roauoko.Va., will bo received until noon, September 27. 1807, for the construction and erection of a highway bridge cfono Bpan over Tinker creek and Richmond Ford on the liuo between Roanokc city and Roanoke county: said bridge to be of steel, except tho Iloor, which is to be of wood, and to. bu of the following di? mensions: Length of span, center to cen? ter, 110 fcet; width of roadway in the clear, 10 feet. Plans aud specifications can bo seen at the office of tho city engi? neer of tho city of Roanoko, on and after September 7. 1807. Each bid must be accompanied with a certified check of five bundled ($500) dollars. Tho right to re? ject any and all bids is reserved. Also bids for the construction of the masoury abutments UDou the conditions as above prescribed, except that a bid? ders' bond of $100 will bo required i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 September 1897

Coming and Going. Mrs. B. O. Simmons returned to this city yesterday from a threo weeks' visit to Philadelphia and other Northern cities. Attorney J. S. Ashworth, of Bristol, was iu the city yesterday representing the Bristol syndicate which recently tiled application to purchase a largo portion of delinquent real estate In this city. Mrs. M. T. Jackson and son, of Phila? delphia, who have been visiting relatives in the city for severtil months past, left yesterday for home. Col. G. H, T. Greer, cierk of the cir? cuit court of Franklin county, returned home yesterday evening after a pleasant visit to friends here. Col. .1. Hampton Iloge went to Blacks burg yesterday to visit his family, who are spending some weeks with relative* there. Editor Harrison, of the Bedford Demo? crat, was in the city yesterday. Miss Florence Leary, daughter of Prof. P. C. Leary, 'eft yesterday for Baltimore to resume her studies iu music under Prof. Carlos Sanchez. Miss Leary is quite accomplishe*' as a s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 September 1897

VOL. XVIII, NO. THE FIRST LOT Of those $10 special CLEVELANDS "A" nnd "11" were all sohl before 10 o'clock yesterday morning. Wo will have ten more Monday afternoon and four of tug ton ore ulready sold. This tilooks like value for your money, doesn't it; R0AN0KE CYCLE CO. 108 Salem avenue s. w. S go to m ??:??: J $ MR, FRED. SCHADE \ $ and the other crack bicycle riders 5 i - $ $ Lake and Driving Park, ? $ October I and 2, % V but in the meantime don't forget ^ f to call on us for STERLING SIL- J ^ VKR NOVELTIES and SOUVE- 2 0 NIRS, DIAMONDS ard WED- 0 ? DIN? PRESENTS. ? EDWARDS. GREEN Manufaol urine; Jmvulor und Optician, 6 SALEM AVE. 4 Agency Columbia and Hartford Bicycles. IF A BICYCLE HERE IS YOUR CHANCE. Wo lmve 1 modol 20 CLEVELAND, used about six weeks, and one 1897 (100 SPAULDING, slightly used, we will sell at a bargain. Call and see them. J 0 THE FISHBURN CO., Cheapest School Supplies in the city. VBARGAINS./' One slightly used upright piano, fall size, good us new; sold o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 September 1897

THE TIMES. EVKHY MOHNINO, EXCEPT MONDAY. R0AN0KE PUBLI8UINQ CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. CO " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 *' BIX MONTHS. S.00 M ONE V K AU, IN ADVANCE. 6.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 nn/.v^u. ) Uusiness Office.143 rnUnEa. j Kilitorlal Kooms.1?4 Interstate Phones? Same numbers for the union locations. SEPTEMBER. S M T W T F S ., 12 8 4 5 6 "3 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .. To tboso disposed to doubt that Mexico is making rnpid progress in the adoption of American methods, tho recent lynch? ing in the capital of that nation would seem a sufficient answer. Now that the Duke of Marllorough has been blessed with a son and heir, it ?will be In order for Grandpapa Vandcr bllt to present tho new arrival with a couple of million or more. From the frequent appearance of bal? loons in the Arctic regions it would ap? pear that Prof. Andree has either an ex? tra supply...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 September 1897

CoUo'.cuc or lard ? T?re, clean vege digestible, beef suet, or hog fat, im; gcstiblc? ' Take your choice?a cool and rcco::imcndcd by medical a^d strongly condemned? Take your Pure food or poor food? Take you or k Tho genuine Col ton pound yellow t and gtccr'a hfc<C Not guaranteed If THE N. K. Chicago. St. _THE_ BOTETO?BT F?ll THE SIXTEENTH GRAND ANNUAL REUNION For Botetourt and Adjoining Counties, OCTOBER 5, 6, 7, and 8, 1897. Liberal premium list. Stone? wall Rand, increased accommo? dations for visitors. The continued liberal patron? age of Uoanoke is solicited and expected. For privileges, premium list, Arc, apply to F, G. DOGGETT, Secretary, ITmcastle, Va. Premium lists can be had of Frank Bros., on Jefferson street, lioanoke, Va. One Cent a Word Each Insertion, FOK KKNT. WANTED.?Two gentlemen roomers; nice front room, bath and all modern conveniences. Apply 111 North Jefferson street. !> 2 tf FOK SALE. FOR SALE?Hay mare, live years old, excellent condition...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 September 1897

Every Wife feels an indescribable dread of the danger attendant upon the most criti? cal period of her life. Beooming a mother should be a source of joy, but the suffering and danger of the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery. Mother's Friend a thoroughly tested remedy, gently {irepares the system for this period, essens the pain, and removes all danger. Its use insures a safe and hap? py termination of the dreaded event. 91.00 PER BOTTLE at all Drupr Storos, or eent by mail on receipt of price. Dnnve Contulninp; inraluablo Information of rnrr 'ntcre!,t to all women, will bo sent to rrlcfc any address upon application, by the Bradflold BoggUtor Co., Atlanta, Qs. DANIEL TO O'FERRALL, The Former Fires Hot Shot at the Latter. Senator Daniel's last reply to Governor O'Ferrnll's criticisms of some of the id leged politica1 mistakes of the former is a strong document, in which the latter's short-comings in the same line are un? sparingly exposed and ridiculed. As to the State debt...

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