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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE MORNINGS TOJLES, SUNDAY, APKIL 4, 1897. ' M TIE JEFFERSON DIIIEfl It Will Be Unique Among Similar Celebrations. 'LIKE ONE OF 3IANY YEARS AGO 'She ToiiMss Will lie ScntiincuttN Culled Troin the AVorlfs ol the Gieat Stntesiiiaii and lMiilosoplier "Whose Aleii.orj All Tiue Tieino eiats Honor and llcvero. The near approach of the ceh bratlcn in aucient and modern stjle of the birthdi.v of Jctfcrbon is the matter of most inter est among Democrats just now, coiiMiI-'i-nig thut fiey ure not pcnii'tted to take paitiu the j mining of tlie Goernment to any great extent The coming celebration, besides being unique among the political and social observances of modern times, v ill be signalized b the attend inre or Hon "William Jeunings Brjan, "vho will respond to the nrcttouht of the evening Tlie event ivill be under the auspices of the National Association of Demou itic Clubs Tiie dinner -will be by subocuplion, us vas Us prototype in lbJO, which "was gi en at the Indian Queen Hotel, on th...

Publication Title: Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE MOKNISTG TXSlJES, SUNDAY, APEIL 4, 1897. d. t . lJ . If US . J y J JM I .MSjjr&M gy ir c oy 8 "The baseball t-eason for 1S97 opens April 22 in every city but Boston. There tlie first game will be played April 10, which is a State holiday. The game will be between Boston and Philadelphia, and it will count in the championship series. The opening games of April 22 will be played in Baltimore, Washington and Phil adelphia in the East, and Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville in the "West. "Thcoutlookforthe teaman icencouraging from a sporting and also from a financial viewpoint. The season or 189G was a suc cess and tbcbeasonof 1897 promises even better. In 1S90 the clubs were of more nearly uniform strength than in former years, and were faiily well bunched throughout the season. This year the di vision of strength Is even better, I think. This is due to the Tact that managers of clubs have seen the necessity of strength ening th- weaker organizations ir the sea son is t. be m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE MOENiyq- TIMES, SUIArY, APEIL 4, 3897, 8 & wmmmmmmmmmmmmimmm 6ia!ni33"!irMMi!y:.Nv::;'W HklV'.wfl&s,i .Mi3ESAVa(-;Vva v:inK.:vM.y f BK&&&&HT MLMI i jHfeaJi :g -zzTw MJmmkA 77 A X jw Trrfs mill II ulHIll lh jjj'i 4J&Sm&m&cCiie "The Bast Way Is tSis Ramblsr Way." Tin Rambler Way Is tlie SIrong Way." THICKER wlio wheeled asked us In January "why we used fish-mouth-outside-rciuforced-lap-brazed joints in Ramblers, when 75 pur cent of makers were 'booming' flush joints?" Our reply puzzled her To MAKE money by LOSING money.'' "How so?" she asked. "We could niaku 'KLUSII JOINTS' A1IOUT ONH-THIKI) CHEAPER than outside reinforced, lap-brazed Joints and so SAV E money (not to the bujor, but us). Hut when the joints went wiong later we would LUSF. money (because all Ramblers are fully guaran teed) and the buyer's friendship as well. 'Satisfaction to our patrons is part of our capital stork we need it in out bushiest and to we build STRONG wheels (new lis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE MORNING TIMES, SITSTDA?, APBIL 4, 1897. 6 ' -v., 2Kmea JStt! (Moismj,g, EvrKiNo am cmiai) By THE WASHINGTON TIMES Co. HUTCHINS BUILDING rORTJIEAST COItNEIt TEM"II AM) D STS. Telephones rditorinl Jloo ns, 4S8 L'uInc Oftice, 1640 TEW TOUK OFUCK, -001 TRACT nniLDINQ liice J'o uing or Evening Ldltioti, OnoCent SuiitHj rditioii Ibreo Cents cntlily, bj Carrier Morning and Sunday.. ..Thirty-five Cents Renin;; - Thirty Cents looming. ) Evening ana V riFTY Cits Suuuaj, ) BY MAIL POSTAGE PREPAID Morning, Evening and Sunday 50o Morning and Sunday 35o Ereulug and Sunday 35o WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, APRIL 4 A Gi ent Danger Escaped. The effect of delajed action upon tlic Eritisli arbitration tieaty is seen to be exactly what this journal predicted it would be fiom the start. Deliberate Sen atorial studj, investigation and debate hav e accomplished just what vv ekucw they would, and have resulted m exposing the proposed treaty in ib original form, as a preconceived, cnrefullj elaborated, sweei ing ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE xMOB yETO TIMES,- SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1897. aS&KT Tt" -IVSr gain W 7HJ3N dailj'- sales amounts to thousands of dollars then must the purchases be proportionately large. Couple a cash business, and you'll un derstand why buyers are coming and going- daily at this G st. corner. Monday's Bargains. for choice or 100 dozen Ladies' "Warranted Pure Linen Haudkoi chiefi mat 'will be all none, mob- altly. roi clovtig time tomorrow. T1KST FLOOR. 5c ably. ri 50c The Correct Spring Garments THE PALAIS ROYAL never had, or will have, trashy gar ments. Its cash business often enables very advan tageous buying and selling :and, therefore, low prices for best. The tailor-made Jacket illustrated to the left hand, is a S6.50 garment for only $4.98. It is made of covert and diagonal cloths in black and tan, has velvetcol Iar, and is half silk lined. The cape, illustrated to the right hand, is $6 instead of S7.50. Made of English Broadcloth, In black and tan, trimmed with silk braid, chiffon and ri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

8 THE MORJSTISTGr TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1S97. 3- - T 15 Lansburgh & Bro. THEY TELL US 8 Our Wrappers are the "beet a fitting the prettiest patterns , and the niost stylishly made, gi and really accounts for the fact that our "Wash Wrapper t3 Department is always a busy one. Come -when you -will, tf you will see eager purchasers for our Wrapper Values. l3 THIS WRAPPER, SI.25- a Made o . Per- tfl cale, In Light, $ medium and fc' dark shades, jfl Excellent width and t? length. Fitted g lining to the tf waist. Princess j back, f u 11 0 front, with $ Bolero Jacket IS edged with white em- tt broidery, giv- ing it a stylish .and dressy tf effect. Wide girdle, mando- cj lin sleeves, turn-over collar. 4' All sizes. t THIS SKIRT, 50c Made of fine Striped Ging ham, finished with 5-inch bias flounce, with a neat headlnrt. Full width. Made g on French yoke, with draw- string, Lengths, 38, 40 and ifl 42 inches. y O 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St. tTciio STSTfti SiZoii S.UaS savSUi -oJ4 QS (3 U (...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

9 "The store where your promise to pay buys as much and for as little as cash." THE MOUNIKG TIMES, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 3 897. ' - mm - &: V ;! "M 'Mi in honor of y 5fi5 Seventh Street 585 Seventh Street '-4 Just a year ago this week we opened these doors and asked you in. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday next will be "opening" days in honor of the occasion an event in the history of the capital city rather than a haphazard happening such as "openings" usually are. It will mark the inauguration of the Millinery Department the Men's Furnishings Department, and you are cordially invited here to see what an auspicious beginning it really is. Florists and decorators have transformed the whole store into a bower of springtima loveliness keen buyers have brought from the leading cre ative centers he novelties of the foremost makers, and the result of their efforts will be found on "dress parade" those three days. Dainty boutonnieres of sweet-smeling violets free to visitors, and values such ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

10 BEATS m PfsitC ALL! SL IB bold W? or nwss " ?SlsJ' &; Look mIsIes "' for thisStamp FiW&d zfr Bu) no otncr JR' Bought JjF Back ip' for $Q Every one who sends us his or her tame and address and the name of this paper within 24 hours of the time this paper reaches the town in which the ap plicant lives, will receive our new illus trated catalogue, together with a rebate ticket good for one dollar toward the purchase of a Caw's "Dashaway" or Caw's Safetv" Fountain Pen, the cata logue price of' which is S2 or more, with our guarantee to redeem the Pen at our catalogue price, if returned one month later. Like Finding a Dollar ' You get a rebate ticket good for a dollar for the asking, and when you are read- to buy a Pen you use the ticket in paying for it. Well, you say: Suppose 1 buy a Pen listed at say $2 01 $3. I pav Si or $2 in cash and use the ticket to' settle the balance. Now, suppose I wish to return the Pen in a month. doTou mean to say you will give me back the money ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE MOJiNIiNG' TIMJErS, STOTDAYr APJR1X 4, "1897. 11 iiKi-r waedmatje. ed In city, lor boa. trade. AiWrcw BARS, this office. np4-Jt MTKD-Volinsman to canvass for a patented auiui!, liueiul coninilbaiun. Aii- Ult ,- ., -"- wax rLD A boy lo learn the in.inuractur-inKJewl'lrVtride-.oue who has woiked at the bunness and understands homo Milnirs about It, niiiBt have good rc-rer-cuce Addict JEWELER, Uiib offlce.lt 1VAXTi:i)-u coat makeis, riist-class; .1 bushelmcn; 2 boys, experienced on coatb preferrc," J. FRLD UATCHEL, 04 13tb prefe t. nw ap4-3t WANTED -A boy in Williams' Book bindery and printing orfice G. E. WILLIAMS, Gl 5 Ttli bt mv llcm WANTED Two coat makers, to work in side Applv to 1 N RICHARDSON & BOX, S2D 1-2 14thjbt nvv- ap3-2t WA.viliU-A bo v, 15 to IT, with some knowledge oi photography, one dcsitous ot iu.ii mug the business Call at 2101 pa ave. npr:i-3tcin WANTED Eabtern Mutual Life lua Co of New Jcrsev just having euteied the IHs tnct ot Columbia desiie to appoint a ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

TIIE aiOnJSIJSTG-TlMES, SSIKDA.Y,' APKIIi 4, 1897, It's Time to Change and we are raady for you with the richest, the choicest and the largest NEW stock of Men's and Boys' wearables ever Washington. seen in Hats. One of the first changes to be made is headge r. You'll find a complete line of the correct styles and colors here. Derbys in Youman, Knox, Miller and Dunlap blocks, in black, brcwn, and nutria shades, $2.00 and S3.00. The Stetson special, the equal of any agency $5 hat, only S4-.00. Fedoras, in pearl, pearl with black band, brown, golden brown, maple, otter, &c, Sl-OO, $1.50, S2.00. S2.50, $3.00, and $4.00. Boys' Hats, 50c to $2.03. Golf Caps, 50c to $1.50. Furnishings. Everything new and attractive the rich est selection of Neckwear at FIFTY CENTS in town best values, too. Medium-weight Underwear, wool and balbriggan, all sizes, 50c, 75c, SI, SI. 25, S1.50. $2, and S2.50 par garment. Only complete line of Monarch Shirts, all neck sizes, with all sleeve lengths, In all...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

' PF& 2 wht tttitte$ 1 n t gqp fisfeSBj iijjjItlfJiL WASHINGTON, SUNDAY MORNINGr, APBIL 4, 1897. ; ! :"::::9:::: :: :; :: ::: : v s Monday and Tuesday Only ttiga Bicycle Legg.ns, for Ladies, black or tan, -19c er Of Phenomenal HOE SELLING. Why wo are supplying probably half of Washington with their Easter Shoes? Ju&t see our immense variety and our incomparable s'ylos, and you'Jl know why. hy we can afford to sell better and cheaper Shoes than any other Washington dealer? Our sales are about flvo times as preat as those of any other local store ; that means larger and cheaper buying and rent-free stores (wo own our 3 store buildings) also help to lessen the p: Ice of our shoes. Two Specials for This Week: S3 Patent Leather Shoes, The prevailing $4 and $5 grades. Made of Imported Patent Leather Calf, hand-sewad by the most skilled wommen. s- Turn Sole ttutton Boots on liie egg-shaped toe, i en lilii, .ur Shoe Welted SoU Laced on the needle toe, a diessv Wullkng Boot vox it mi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

14 THE MORNING TIMES.: SUNDAY, APRIIi 4, 1897. The t r r a-"" woman oi rasn Tlic styles of a seasou are never complete Until some means liave been devised by vrhieh a -surplus of material can bestowed away without any particular use except to look pretty and to bo in fashion. In otlier words, designers must please the manu facturers oT stuffs as well as tlic women who are to adopt the costumes designed, i "When wc got rid of Uie big sleeve, al though wesighedatthe parting, weconsoled ourselves tliatat least wc could get along without quite so many yards of goods as wc used to buy. This, however, has leen but a short-lived cc isolation. Tor the ab sence of material from the fcleeve has been compensated for ten times over by the ad vent of the pleat. Accordii n pleats have invaded every atticlc- or wea:ingappsr 1 known to woman. Starting Innocently with dress skirls, they have progressed through myr.uds of capes, bolices, parasols, and even jackets, to t!.e realms of iindci wear. One ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE MOltNTOG TIMES, SUNDAY, AP1UL 4, 3 897. 15 Changes Seen By Victoria. There are more than one Hundred places on tlic modern maps where the name of Victoria appears. All these places have been discoered and named during the Jtv years which the present Queen or England lias reigned. The rirst place to which the name or Victoria was given was the southwest ix.rtkm or Australia, which was so designated in 1S3T. The raets that cluster mound the geo graphical changes that liave occurred dur ing the Victoiian era me adiulr.iljly told in a wntten statement secured train Hugh Robert Mill, U Sc , F. It. S. E. Mr. Mill is one or the foremost geographers or the time, and anything coming rrom Iilm is as accurate as History itseir. This is hits statement: "To the Editor In North America the last sixty years have seen the evolution or a complete system or political geog raphy tiie dividing lines or w'uvh me dependent upon accurate surveying. The survey is slill very Tar Horn complete, but the p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

TEJ5 MOUNTING- TIMES,, SUEDAY, APJRtL 4, 3 897. IS oa1 COLUMBIA "TheilvstcriousMr Bugle " LAI" W'ETTE John Hare m lepeitoire Tauisdnv, matinee at 1-' 30, CaMJe f-epiaie Opera Coinpnuj in "Talk a " NATIONAL. KatlirwiKuldeiin "Madame ins-Gene Tonight, Concert bj V.'ill 11 dev 's " asbiimton Band ACADhMI "Chailev 's Aunt-" GUAM Mr and Mrs OU cr Dowd Uyioiii m "Ups and Downs of Lire" IH.IOU J C Lewis, ii. "Si I'lunkard " L YCLTM W Cher's. 01 nipia Wsteidtiv foi the matinee girl, all week for juris in fem-rnl And the lords of the hetirt. feminine hate packed their plumes and Milled their wlis, and are gone to Ileitis MiHt are gicen and pastures new tt act then love rhapsodies all over again t i the eapusite jovof other matinee girls and oU ei girls in generil Hut it was a treat vv lule it lasted Lo e, s eet, ldj 1 li sentimental w oolng luisu'tfloated'U afch itigUm piosceminiM. to freelj m months as ii did lust week. Ned i-aniu-rn won his heart's desire With intrigue, biavado, swords and...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

11 a sitting berorc the camera. The result A:rtTSEMKTS. AMITSEMKN'IS. AlIL'SIIENTS. AMrSfMKNTS. was seen In esterday's Critic. It is an I AFAYPTTF square miXlXLL, 0pERA H0USE J. VT. Altaagli, Manager, fflxon. ic Zlmacrman. Directors. TOMORROW NIGHT a8&bk At 8 o'clock Sharp. 31iitince Saturday only at 2. interesting plctuiu It appeais In con nection with an account or the Authors' Club dinner iu honor of Richard Ilenr Stoddnid It must have been particularly giatir.ving to the rathei that at the hamu time that the litenir elect was conlernng this eoinplimentar distinction upon hltn, his sou has won fame as the author of a diamatiation of "less of the JVUrhci villes," which the entire nltical fiateinity commend as one or the gre itest plavs of the day. COLUMBIA THEATER, METZEROTT & LUCKE1T, Managers NIXON & ZIMMERMAN, Directors. WEEK COMMENCLN'G il 5. THE MOUNIN& TIMES, SUNDAY. APRIL 4, 1897. ... AT TLIE ... . x t i The liook of last week and ot seorat eeWs past anil Me...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

18 WORLD TO HQNQR GRIT Plans for Transfer of His Re mains lo the New Monument. TUB PRESIDENT TO ATTEND The OImc and 31ilttnry ru rude IX lieettd to He the Fluent l'uyeniit IX ei "Vltne-Hcd The Line of "Mm eh WLut the Public 3Iuj Ex pect to See "Vur.Inn" In Line. Xcw York, April 3 The ceremonies at tendant on the placing or the bleel cutset containing the leuiains of Gen Ulysses S. Grant hi the massive monument elected by the nation to peipeluate his nienory, willtak place -April -"T The sarcophagus with pidestal of Massachusetts gianite, tlirowu into bold relief by the Wisconsin quai tics' product, of which the sarcophagus Itself Is composed, await", in the vaulted ihambei of the ii.onunieut the coining of the lemains "Withm the labt montli, it hat been placed in poMlioii It is the finest bpocimen of work of thib nature eer con btructed. Tilt occasion of tlie dedication or tiie momm.ent will be or a moie than oxttaor dmaiy I'atuie Henry C. Corbin, adjutant genual or the United State...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE aMOBNUSTQ TIMES, SUNDAY, AJPBITi 4, 1S97. 19 r r 7 f r (9 a AutboT of The ScrUt Coat. SYNOPSIS The Biour dela Keimeis a young Trench nobleman who has hi ought povcrtj and disgrace upon himself through elissip itioii and extiataganoe. He has b?en dismissed tlic Kegimunt Gatenois, in which he held a captamej The regiment is alxmt to de Jiait Tor America on the Chi- ahr de Ter iiaj's fleet, and De la Kciine is anxious to go with Them, but a "ucling episode lias In ought upon Km the anger of the queen .mil lesults in his public dismissal from comt. Tills destioys his last hope of restoration in the regiment- In .1 disconso late mood hc-hrow himself upon the ground in the Pari- of Versailles and falls asleep Ileis.iwnkeiedhj thcmmel ol a ionun' 1 01 ce and 101. ses himself t o sec aj pi oaching a be-iutiftil j.irl or eiglitei n She is Louise Moncneff a daughter of one of the Anicri cancoiin ihsionerswhohategoiietorrance to olitaiu am foi the patriot cat se Louise has witnessed Do la ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 4 April 1897

THE MOTtNUSTO TIMES, SUNDAY, APEIL 4, 1897. 20 MRDH IN THE WILDWOQDS The Story of a South ern Swamp By jokl cilvn'dlku hahuis. IX. T11E UPSETTING 01 1IH GOSSETT. If Aaron liad know n it w as Mr. Gossctt's voice he heai ii ami Mi Gossett's hand that hi ought the buggj wlnp down on the pooi hoiso'o Kick with such cruel encrgj, the probabilitj is that he would have taken to his heels, and jet it lh impossible to ha j villi ceitaintv The son or Hen Ah was such a cuiious compound that Lis ac tions depended cntnclj ui on the mood lie chai'cod to be in He w,as full of coinage, and jet was tcrnblj- afraid t times He was tiigniricd and pioud, and jet no stianger to humilitj His wlulo natine resented the idea of senilis as a slave, jet he would hac asked nutUng bettei than to be Utile Crolchctt's slave, and he was glad to tall Mr Abeiciom'-iie master So that, arter all, it in ij he th it lie would hac stood his ground, knowing thatthe voiconnd hand were Mr Gossett's, w hen Ms cars told hint, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 April 1897

THE CIRCULATION OF TEE SUNDAY USES "WAS t THE WEATHER. trot For the District and Maryland, showers In the morning; followed by fair; warmer; southerly winds. cofies. jsro. 1,112. WASHINGTON, MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1897EIGHT PAGES. OXE CENT. L mt p. . If HR.HRYHIIIWJISHIIG11 The Democratic Leader Arrived Here Last Night. AN INTERVIEW WITH HIM Spealts of the Growth of. Sliver Sentiment Ilus Not Studied the Dingiey Mill To Appear Before the Supreme Court Two Dis tinguished NebrusliuiiH "With Him. William Jennings Bryan is again a guest ot the National Capital. He arrived over the Baltimore and Ohio at 0 o'clock last night, and went Immediately to the Metropolitan Hotel, where he will btop during his stay in the city. Mr. Bryan'.s ar rival was entirely devoid oC sensational incidents But few were aware or his in tention to visit "Washington at this time, ami the majority of people in the District will be surprised to learn that the great Ellver champion is again in llich midst. Mr. Br...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The times. — 5 April 1897

THE MOKNINGr TIMJSS, SfOyPAY, APRIIi 5, 3 897, CUBA'S UNCERTAIN FUTURE Famine and Death the Prospect Under Spanish Rule. INSANE POLICY OP WEYLER Condition of Affairs in tile Island Described by the London Times Cori-usnouileut Snnin Smiles ou the .New Adniinihtrutiou in the "United States. Mr. C. E. Akers, for a. long time corre spondent ot the London Times in Cuba, lias just published a letter concerning the condition or arralrs iu the" Queen of the Antilles that is more or less noteworthy on account of the impartiality ot the writer He says in part: Certain gains Have most certainly fallen to the Spaniards, the death ot Maceo In December, and the capture ot Itius Rivera a few days ago being the most notable. But at what cost has the campaign been conducted? The provinces of Pinar del Rio and Havana, and large portions or Matauzas and Santa Clara, are one staring mass o cinders. Desolationandexterminationmcetthceye at every point; ruin in the present, famine, disease and death in t...

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