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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 9 August 1883

T T KAIl AND NKAIL Imp 3t Iniit tm of Hi tHrlhf-Th f.nd Hot If. Heredltnrjr Slurderon Insanity-In. fliienreofTnii. Kallnrr. Other Fon-lgii and Domfh-tle Jicr.". The WtunlloK. Niw York. Aa. 7. A Times' editoilal this morning says it Is likely to weaken tba brotherhood to call out the railroad oper- ton. To call them oat now would eavor or compulsion; that it ia dear they are not inclined of their own notion to leave their Instruments. ...... .11 The Sun says the brotherhood s aotlon In caUingout the railroad operators is wrong and unjustifiable and says the fact that they have ordered them out amounts to a declaration that their strike has failed. The following has just been issued from the executive office of the Western Union Telegraph company : ... 6 p New York Aub 7. Notick It has come to our knowledge that in connection with the strike of the operators and linemenorganizing the plans of cutting and crossing the wires of the "Western Union and other companies In New York city and...

Publication Title: Dallas Weekly Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 9 August 1883

Till: WKKKIiV UVMMUi THrfllNUAV AUUVH'V U Tlm lotd.n Jrtitory lint' rprNc J 1 1 IMI III I II If. CUf ImiirorniiiiiN .'..iir I'mlidl t tlm I tnni.l. Sen Si-hmiMmiifC In Hie Second Ward. 'Tim (iittnn Faiitnrjr Itiimti Mr. A. inlminifr vrt-i1elit ol tlia llercliat.ts' exchange end W. H"1'. cH the Hkhmii. went IS' ttl.Uy in tlie Internal ol the cm on n II. ami i iH whore liity -c"rtil ttvetity-two nibscrip- tion. The lurgest subscribers were the Bowraar. Bn. Tbe.. Kenlleaien arc amoiw the largest farmers in north era Vex. They have been enRBgcd for .he l!ft tlirne weeks in tlireati- iuKCuia mid when they quit to-day they hd threshed ome 40 000 bushels. Messrs. Oppenbfiiner and Hull speak iu Ktowinirt' rmsolllie kind reception Kiyen them in l'lao". Tbey .ay the town Is fall of life and has many business men ol ffreat worth. Tliey are indebted to Colonel 0(lesby for courtesies. Explicit directions for everv rise are ... . . i . .j Tl.. ... 1. n . 1 1 i 1 1 r piven wan ins iibiiuiuu ; " " ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 9 August 1883

. . r 1 I .SKNATOlUilW.' An jUdrMi fo lb I'h-I n HKflVnd- I (Iff A III Ml (I 111 fill". The ImporUnr of rMiiroflon In Thin A(? of rrngnn: 3ot Siifllclent InUTfBt MulflrU. To the Pooi-ll of Hi HUtoculh Senatorial jnww Citizms : 1 believe It to be the daty ol every member of the legislature who voted to submit tbe pending constitu- tional amendment. to give to hi people the reason for the faith that la In him. I resret that I have not been able to get over my district and discus tbe amend- ments with the people but three month oent at Austin this winter left my busi- ness in such shape tuat it has been im- ofwas the adoption of the amendments e concerned the only danger lies.in the famentHb'e fact that the people will not take sufficient inter st to vole. Why U is that a citizen will break aown his best horse getting to tbe polls to vote tor a Justice of the peace and will stay at home when the most important questions of government Sa to be determined by his vote i one of those polit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 9 August 1883

y Til V W WWf. . K i: DALLAS Meal text "Wholesale AsriouUnral Implomt;nt dim 1 Mill MaHnnair "iiim ilif..r PilfMA Hraillef Mmu' trirliK I' l'io. Kilu'. Kris :ll Iron W.'k. Ku giu ji U nler. and oaoKMiii THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMEU I VU run as August 7. The reports Irom all the cotton dtoirioU. ot the growing : crop save in north Texas alone are rather un- ave t .v.. .miihurn and eastern port on of the .Ute. except in . lew local.. Fi-. th.Hi has not been a Bulticienev of rain. The same holds good In many otner of tbe southern states and in. addition worms are said to threaten Louisiana and Mississippi. H is now believed that the r1 J l . -iii fn twenty nercent. be- crop 1 IIW " ... . - f low that of the present season. In view of these reports prices are advancing a little ataU the ports and the marketi are hrm. The first bale of now cotton was brought to this city on last Monday.end sold at auction for i? 1-2 cents. Before another week there will probably be numerous other baies brou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 16 August 1883

THE DALLAS WEEKLY HERALD DALLAS TEXAS THURSDAY AUGUST J (I 188JI VOLUME AXX. NO. til A Rare O.'jrteylo ib im 11 i m r st iml wax . in w. .m n 1 In order to make immediate space lor Fall and Win- ter arrival? for this week we otter the following bargains Silk Department. Foulard Silks down once more and tor the lart time to 5o. which were originally II and II 25. All Summer Bilks hava been again reduced from late marked down prices Dress Goods Department One lot of Black Brocaded Banting reduced from &"o. to 60o. One lot of Black Guipure Lace Grenadine! reduced from (1 60 to 11. Ono lot Iron Grenadines reduced from 60c. to 83c. and 55c. A lot of Colored Silk Grenadlne in evening -shades reduced from $1 to ea One lot Cashmere Grenadines reduced from 2 60tofjl50. AU-wool Debeige 42 inches wid reduced from 50c . to 350. White Goods Departm't Dotted Swiss Victoria Lawn Lace Nainsooks 'reduced to 25c from 10c and 50o. French Sateens again reduced to 25c. and 200 Domestic Department. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 16 August 1883

b fa' MKINNI'iV MMTiNli. lnt of Hi Nr"11 iloiiuliin. A Ilrlght Hun ( lonillrM Sky nnt1 Ink mrimfl Allonilanct'. l)lHtln(fnllifd SinktT lull flowers and Patriotism. of Tha Klir BurbecueA Fi'SNt for the OoiIh. Jaunts Orer the Orouudsand Halts at Headtiunrterg. Many Interesting Events of an Event ful Day. Tlie Closluar Scenes and Incidents McKinsky Aug. 8.-3pecial.J nifjht the grounds presented a picturesque appearance. The tents seen In tbehalf light recalled the camp of reality but the merry dance on the grand stand graced by the way by the presence of many lovely women and the shouts of the vendors ot almost everything dispelled the illusion. Across the way or the creek was the barbecuing ground. Here the Lamar Ititles found real soldier practice in guarding the numerous car- casses in the state of transition from raw- ness to delicious doneness. Faithfully they performed their duty without a murmur or a falter. Besides the dancing on the gronnds.there was also sneaking. Borne two o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 16 August 1883

THK HRHALDi TfnltHDAY AITMJHT Ml 188.1 "TELL IT ALL" lini-timr-iiU In fh ('n-e-l!olh Ik thn Verdict l.i ArcirdimciT I What " ( Hi t l.iYfstijfntiiijf ((immlllcJMivi'N. M(jitit Ant; 0-EiHtom Hkhaid: H seeais thit' there are some people In Nul- la county who are not altogether satisfied With the report the poor farm committee made at the commissioners oourt. It did not occur to the committee during its in- vestigation or at the time It was making up its report that the evidence as an entirety should be transmitted to the court as inti- mated by some should have been done. The committee was sent there to investi- gate and report in iis own languaee from existing faois the true status ot allalrs. I think the court believed the men an-' pointed on that committee had both sense and honesty enough to ilo what was right. But in order to satisly the curious and Inquisitive I. as one of the committee take the liberty to give all the testimony to the public. I hope the people will read the com...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 16 August 1883

J STATU OUANdV-. lhHoiitTIUrri of Mnlhrr Kr1h Ih Conclntf. Annual A.MrcM or the Worthy Muni AtldreM or Welcome. A Large Attcntlance-A Secret Session. Tha ninth annual rueetlnil of the Texss BUt. Grange convened at the fair In tbli city yesteruay - r .ttendance. Mr. A. J. Hose of. Bell c coun- of tn order presided The meeting .at with closed doors and es none iba order were admitted. fh pnaraoter of the proceedings are not ?M There are quite a number of lady members in attendance on the meet n niemnera iu WRa transacted 3 2 In the" afternoon the uu r oriiB delivered hi luaaier egress aecret session. !?lQ.!'";iK..n.ii to develop a "aEZ h herBmanhood and woman- hnnd amone vetici r. ;. . . nlinrt tile Snd 'TcuUivatVTnd . treng-hen their a. .... tn m r Dursuits in Hie to losier OI lllCir uuiurn. to reduce ium " V and nrodnoe corporate w ke their 5. a?r..a1nU to syste.nat.ze their work and calculiite intelligently on thelr w;?:r.?: . .7. .iirrdittuecredu system iTnd work toother for their...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 16 August 1883

GOTHAM (HUNT. Tin Son of til" KhlrlM to thn Md Manli. How the Hpoltor MpreaiU llrlglitcr llll. Ill Jet SuUiTn.Slttl TIib Tclrrplinri. Nrw York Auk. D.-H.eolal Correspond-nce.-Binl for an bour or so on tha cor n.r of one of the .arger ayenuea early In the face keenly. and you will be surprised at iha vast food for niature reflection they af- lord It U almost indescribable and as yoa Hand calmly thinking. Wnctaof the rumblind catt. the bank of Iron bolls innSSncM gthat another Uy day " ""owple outside of those who are lamllTar with "be doings of a large town. can conceive bow many BTa Yheir . in ears are forced to earn their Sfly breadyby "he sweat of the brow from early Infancy: Watch the heavy step the wan face and tbe ill-developed form of that Til who baa just passed you by. Oce how free she breathes. Tbe fresh ii?seems To 'stimulate ber and she appears KrlClt'eVtrme"1 Z in a ew moments she will rrach the damp cellar of the tobacco- factory where she TOkV where sunlight has nwer e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 16 August 1883

Till: I.I.UALI). TnitllMDAV AVUVHT 1(1 INMI. Aniinyiiiiiin AltackHt. I.rttpr Hncnlj The Postal As-wlnHon not n Dark Lantern Institution. Uoundary of Texas .V I'mille ('rant to bo Sittlt l. Indiguaut Mexicans Endeavor to "VIb- dlrate Tliclr Houor." A Wood Kain Which Assures an Abun- dant Yield. Seine Oilier Special Subject Matter. Charges by Anonymous Letter. Austin. Aug. 10.-lSpeoial.-In answer to a special from Dallas th la m orn 1 ri Pv- pos-iiEce inspector in Teias.Colonel Foster sara that bets surpnseu w serious is pnt before the public upon tbe .. Til I" nnnrV 111 fill TADOnSl- biliry. "It is tomes little queer for the Mreling scoundrel who penned the "rawl- ine manuBcripi uareu o'B" - thereon but lite every other dastard and .' .i.nHi hehlml the anon ymous darlt shadow and secures the aid of J . . . u v. n namaa nf those otners vo tarmou m . . r i r t . i ... .. !lh fionii h tftlsohood. oe mars lu ...... . . Come out Annonymous.and give those you would injure a cnance to uu j-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 16 August 1883

FJtUITSANDFIiOWKIlS. His (Mala .l.ir.l.ii.liiri.1 mnl Vonio- IokIi'hI ANiclftll(in. Second Mnj'i Work-Tho KxlilblU mitl AlilrrKfiPii Dalli." Itecnp'iirM tlift Conrontloii Oa yesterday the .ecoiul Hay ol Us meet- ing large nunibtir of ladles as well as gentlemen were In attendance at this session of tUe above association. Throughout the forenoon and afternoon many oltizens visited the hall and ex. pressed surprise and gratification at the Specimens on exhibition. It has thus been demonstrated that Texas can pro- duce as fine fruits v as are grown anywhere in the country and as of jreat variety. The exhibit of flowers plants and shrubbery was also ex- cellent. Considerable discussion as to the hestkirdsof vegetables and fruits to be raised successfully in this climate was freely indulged in and many important data were thereoy elicited. Experiences favorable and unfortunate were given and thus much benefit mUBt accrue to those who heurd the several remarks. EXHIBITS. Mr. B. Miller's d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 16 August 1883

. t Partner CJ . DALLAS. TEXAS. Atrriculf-nral Wholesale (lint n"'l Mill Machinery '" nuoiiK !'' KlIMl . niadlcy MniiJc- .JL luring 'nl''1 '' 1't.m. G . lors and rUlur Ku'ti'. . Krl :tl' lr4 W Ku gums It.'ilor an 1 Mit r."V..i asatsssiat li-"-J AAsssSoaa f ' I THE BUSINESS WOULD COMKKCIAL. Dallas Aug. 11 Doling the past week business has been brUlc and although the rains during tbe early portion ot he week prevented farmers from marketing their produce receipts have been very fair. Tbe receipts ol cotton have been very light both by wagon and rail only two or three bales of new cotton having reached the city. There has been no change in prices in N ew York or any of the other port. In this citv tnere U not enough Belling to fix any rate and prices are nnm- tail. Arrivals of grain have not been as hekvv an during the preceding week owing in a eau?e to the condition of the roads The oats crop in this section ot the state has turned out largely and the arrivals are good l'rices are ste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 23 August 1883

THE ballad WEEKLY HERALD !'' VS TEXAS Ti.: : W'GIJST'A 188:5 AOLIJMK VX i0. I ' I that ATTRACTIONS ARE IN EVERY TWarm father is Still With Us and We are Taking Advantage of It. Sunimer Goods lust Go. And yith them all our light-weight Dress Ma- terial Straw Goods Alpaca and Linen Clothing Newprirt Ties and Slippeis. Tcyclose out all lines of Summer Goods we make Bottom Prices THE ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS WEEK. Visit the different Departments and compare the prices now with those formerly quoted to you. A Dlaastrous Cyclone. Si-Caul Aug 22. A cyclone raged at BocbefvbcJMirnesota last night and is re ported as very severe. Twenty-four are re- ported killed and fifty or more injured. There are vague rumors ot a train disaster by being blown from the track. No par- ticulars. atr. rassengcrs irora uwattounasay twenty-five were killed in tbe rail.oad acci-' dent and thirty-five injured wbo were ! taken to the hosDital at Owattonna. The mayor of Roohester tele- graphs for assislance and states...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 23 August 1883

I 7 'v. MUUND CITY MATTERS. The Ileatfld Term anil the Can'HJct. Away. TroareM In Paving Urnult Displacing- (J ooi and Macadam. Sllnor Jlattera and Stray Notes. St. Loths Aa. 1H 1Ss3. Special Cor- respondent..! So far as street pavement Is concerned tbe city of St. Louis liai at last arrived at wht may be termed tbe granite age. There watbe pre-bislorio ae Id tbe history of our vtreetN coucernliiK which even tradition is silent; but scientific infer ence is to the effect bat tbey were navi- sated by canoes and that what are now our commons were nce mere alligator ranches. Then came tbeXage of tradition aad legends exist of tbe u-n fortunate popu; lation being drowned in thajr back yards Alter that came tbe period of authentio his. tory which informs us of quatjmires in our atreets. and swampy places on ur com mons. The urchins lished for porgies olf the hack vard fence. In the darker mid die sizes the street coiuruisBioneraDtled brush across the streets and wheu ttie lr beasts of bu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 23 August 1883

V V OM.A PODIUM U Trl.ffii.l. r M'tU Turn Out hi i In". lie J.Mt Moiiin.'.il IjIhh'M u' l'"' Yi- ltlHllfU fiuporlntondontn nnil Manager" Dc sieged with Apiilleantw. Yellow Jack Score one Victim at Pen. sncolii. rrcsldcnt Arthur mid. Party Still ti'iiHllnif. Bough Camp-Lire Cuuduclvo to their Ileal ih .ftome Other Interesting Public Matters The Strike Trouble. rKLEOHAlMIEKS. Cincinnati Aug. 18. The slriklnjr oper- ators have received 119 oiliclal notice o! the abandonment of the Rtrike yesterday but this morning they Bent a committee to Su- perintendent Miller to asnmuiu on wliut terms the? cun return. He showed them -the form of contract they would be required to subscribe to and they went away to re port. One striker has sinned and gone to work. Superintendent Miller will act on individual applications and vacancies ac- .oordlngly. ' The striking operators held a meeting to- daT and agreed to send in a written appli- cation lor reinstatement. This was done and then the operaiors ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 23 August 1883

MA UK 111 PA I A. (iherp AhittKl.int. rrlff FliicUallNK bt (ifK mil) HlKta ittid Firm. Prices unU KecclpU Acrnnitt 1y (ilron ' rmcAoo. Ana. IS. (Correspondence .- The r p of l.oK. have hr.ii limnar u Itli al bouh amply Kifflelent l.r the de- maid but the run of cattle and sneep has been heavier ami the ni6.rk.-t has at times been mort glutted. The cattle trade owned the week with an unsteady feol-iv 1. inK. on Tuesday suffered a dec lineol Xut 10 cents; on Wednesday and Tliurt- dav declined 20 to 30 cents on bhi.pmK srades and ha. not changed materially iince. The olleritiRB uf really prime at natives were not large .and the market lor "".L ri. ..... nr.t .nft..red to this extent. flUCu Blot: uo - - f The tue of war came on nrumon to fair i..... .T.i.w.u .. T.uMit.iva supply and hnt limited deruund. Many leu than half fat natives which the owners expr.e.. :.fjL tr. 9.1 con d not command -JS'uffi nr il.'O. Thee cattle coming tn competition with range stock cannot be sold salWactorliy...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 23 August 1883

( ' I -4 LOOM DKIJTS. IntlcbtHivrM f HUtf. TurrllorlM Counties nnd tiller Tho Hate of Itilfrent Told on Thrse IMtts. A Very Heavy IJurdcn for I'dhIciUj. In I81O Inn total buiiled Inilebteilnem o the United Suit other than natlonal- tbat ie the ludebtodnets of States Territories countiee and oittes-r-amounted accordinn to the census returns to $1117. Thl. wh a little o thD onj. half as much as the national debt wblab amounted at thattime to the sum ot $2.120. 41 6 370. An effort was made by the C.nsus Bureau to asceraaln when this law local bonded debt was contracted in order to ascertain whether the country is rushing into debt with accelerated speed or whether our progress In that direction has been arrested since the dangers of municip- al extravigance began to be recognized a dozen years ago. Heavy local indebted- ness in most of the States is "legacy of the war. Betore that time local debts were light but the necesities of the war imposed buidens too creat to be borne and a par ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 23 August 1883

ftfM'rff HMv lilmi at Ml rt M I'SII re... ' "" ti aim. d.MAt in IMi ...' .. ' "! ' "' and Hi l.MAd ara ber.iniliie: variiaina' b.i -as" In Hi sporting world at.il It It I'll" tint nobody rim be found to "set down on them." m t m Tin C'IiIchko IiilerOreali continues en- IhuBiasllrally mid nlntrrnptfHy to boom Dakota. Tbe necessity (or two more republican members In the United States Bauate Is a prcssinaone. A'democraiicnew?pHprln Kentucky has announced a sound and wise platform thoDKU both planks are very unpopular in muny sections ol tbe country. It is "a tariff i'or revenue at d wtiitky for snake- bites onvJ Tim Wasliiiiitlun Keiiter bus difecv- ered tbe orl;in ot little Hilly Maiioses same. It was the epithet applied to tbe devil "Old Maiionb" by the pood wives ft'ong the coast of Scotland. Tbe general OURht to receivis only tbe more credit for having reached his present exalted station having bad to climb from Buch a loworlgin. - Tn despised Chinese are coming into favor agaiu af...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 23 August 1883

TUB (JUANGEKS. Tbe Hod Adjnoni Aftr a Moit Ilr- uolou 8hioo. Tbs Inland City I Rext to be Hon ored. The Cleslair Work and Incident. The ninth annual meetlnu of the State Orange which convened In this city iues- day adjourned last evening selecting Gal- veston aa the next place for holding its an- mini nmntinir. The irratiire convened yes' terday morning at 8 o'clock and alter the niual cerernonlee and reading oltue mm- utes proceeded to business. Messrs. J. E. Gray- or Washington county A.M.KellarolBjllcoantj;and W.H. Har rls of Dallas county were electod In the or der named first second and third mem bers of the executive committee. The committee on co-operation reported endorsing that part ot the worthy master's address pertaining to that subject. They endorsed the Texas Co-operative as- sociation as well as local associations of like character. The committee on good of the Order No.l to Which was referred the address of Beau Bend Granite of Montgomery county recommended that acti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dallas Weekly Herald — 23 August 1883

Til 14 HAI.I.AS WHP.KI.Y l.l..tf.llj Tlli;ilM)AY WUVH'V -111 INK'. . i I. DALLAS W olostlo film mi 1 Mill Miwhlii'-ty Him m' tni- f"f Kuril vn"i'f Mmniiai-in-iua C.nt'iiiiv ! ira end V ui ky ) 0 ffe fr J'P I il 1 UlMa .'t'". tilt! Hi t- - )U1 W.i K - vl"'. M'llk'i" HNU 3aaaaas ' .'.' arsataataa oaaasia r; c THE BUSINESS WORLD COMMKRCIAL. 1allas Aug. 22. Some enthusiastic in- dividual lias made the assertion that if Texas were surrounded by a Chinese wall the grand limits thus olrcri-"ii-ibed could be nude to lurmsh it- ! '' ' ' all the necessities I. tbe luxuries that bi- lhuu far across tne sea" in myaiem.uj o..u highly-colored wrappings and encasings. Ttiis assertion is a close shot at the truth but not quite a bull's eye. If the dwellers in this land of plenty were thus ctrcum- vallated for the period in which old Kip Van Winkle slept it is by no means a foregone conclusion that they would relapse Into aeml-barbarisni. If in addition to this mu- ral obstruction a cordon of incorr...

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