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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 March 1888

-V. O us VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 15, 1888. NO. 20 y i R. DJ MCKNIGHT. dealer in JE, STOVES and TINWARE, HARDW. CUTLERY, If IRE, W. UNS, AMMUNITION, BARBED GONS, PLOWS IMPLEMENTS, PUMPS, ; YIN DOW GLASS, GASOLINE. FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, ! " " WALL PÍPER, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES. GROCERIES, LAMPS, CLOCKS, OILS AND ' GENEBALHCUSI tUBNISHlKG GOOES- a A LSO A FULL LINE OF COFFINS AND CASKETS- LARGEST STOCK IN THE PANHANDLE! CANADIAN, . . < . TEXAS. %ocnl $ura graphs. Local Items Calculated to Amuse, Instruct and Entertain our Read* rs. GERLACH BROS. & CO. (DEALERS IN) GROCERIES, DRY GOODS G RAIN AND FLOUR, BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS, OUTFITTERS Ws handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to give you Low Piar ire3. BEFORE BUYING Elsswhera Call & GET PRICES No Country Town can Duplicate our p¡ ice CANADIAN, - - - TEXAS. 5? fj E. Fixtli, President Henry IIaurukg, V i co-Pros F. S. Lord, Cashier THE TRADERS BANK, OF CANADIAN, TEXAS. CAPITAL STOCK, .... o ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 March 1888

wt THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. I I % rSEEMAH E. MIZ.X.EB, Editor & Pnh'r. •— ■ ■ ■■ ■ PUBLISHED EVB3V THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LA ESE. Summary of th* Daily Newa congress. In the Senate on t£e6th Senator Reagan, from the Post-offlce Committee, reported ad- versely the Edmunds and Cuilom Postal Tele- graph bill, and instead reported an original bill subjecting telegraph companies to the supervision of the Inter-State Commission. Petitions were presented from citizens of Kansas against the Springer Oklahoma bill and from Nebraska in its favor. When the Urgency Deficiency bill was reached a tilt took place between Senators Hoar and Haw- ley upon the provision to strike out the clause in regard to enforcing the eight-hour rule in the public printing office. Adjourned. In the House, Mr. White, of Indiana, intro- duced a resolution for the appointment of a committee to investigate the Burlington strike. After the introduction of bills the House took up the McDuftie-Davids...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 March 1888

m IMNHIMiflaMM P É I y i <r lllilfi - ■P* K® o. . THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. ! _ •— nw*w a. MILIEU, Editor ft Pub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. STAR DREAMS. The star3 ¿hat fleck the midnight sky I call the flowers of God; In heavenly fields thick sown they lie As daisies on the sod. They garland every holy place, They crown the pillars of His house, And twined in wreath and chaplet, grace Serene angelic brows. I call them, too, my milk-white sheep, In airy pastures fed, Who wander o'er the hills of sleep, By Night, the shepherd, led. They range the happy meadows wide, And by the streamlets blest; At morn he drives them down the slope, And folds them in the west. 'They are my ships, my stately ships, That sail the tideless blue, "Till, westward blown, at morn they crowd The gates of sunset through. Nor ever snowy sail is furled Noj: anchor cast by sea or shore; From sunrise port to sunset bay They sail forevermore. I call them, too, my bright-haired boys, An eager,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 March 1888

I (¡/anadian (^resceut. Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Entered at the Post Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription: One Year, in advance, $1-50. Six Months, " $1.00. Thursday, - March 15,188S. There are in Texas more limn 25,000,000 acres of superior public lands for sale to all actual settlers at from $2-00 to $4-00 an acre and onforti/ years' time at a, low rate of interest■ The boom is headed this way; be ready for the rush. The railroads are rapidly making the lease law less and less obnox- ious each day by bringing in actual settlers. If Mills should succeed in getting his tariff bill passed he will prove quite a formidable factor in the Senatorial race. Is it not about time to be hearing something from the executive com- mittee of the Panhandle Immigra- tion Association? The Mills tariff bill may not be perfect but is a long step in the direction of revenue reduction, and the people demand something of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 March 1888

i y ) andenes. C?833^3ll Not33. E U HTVris U ha\*inj 'ais build- ingpaintel. * R. S. Cittsr is having sama oats so ved. Schoíl csaitn sacad Mjnlay with Miss Shaver as teacher. J. Sistz, J. E, S veitzsr, and Geo II ira, atarte 1 ta Iliggias Mjnday after freight. R. S. G itter aa<l J. C Iílapp have e ich comu inee I a new building. Sun lay School is in a fl>urUhing condition; a iarge attendaaceevery Sunday. W. P. IIriver and B II May of Ness City, K in*, arrived Mmday an I are located with as# Immigrations is getting quite live- ly and the immigrant* thiak Ochil- tree is the finest co'inty it th3 Pan- handle an I are all surprised at the grownh of Cresswell. We h ave receive 1 an order from Prof. S. I. Pres. of th<* Dinkarl College at McPherson Kmsas, ti am i'irice that he will preach at Cresswell Sunday. Pr«>f. S. Z. ^harp, E! ler Neir, oí Ilerrington, Kinsa*, and Geo. L. MeD viang\ general traveling a^ent of the Southern Kansas Riil r >i lare stopping here for a short...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 March 1888

¡psss THE DEAD KAISER. The First Emperor of Germany. the New •Sketch tof the Most Remarkable Man In European History—A Wise and ' Humane Iluler—A Long and Splendid Jleign. kai.iKK WILHELM. Wijhelm Frederick Ludwig, King of Prussia and the ñrst Emperor of the new ixermanv, wa3 born March 22. 1797, and his death closes the career of one of the most prominent characters of European history. lie was the son of William the Third, his mother being the celebrated Queen Louisa. In January. 18)7, and before he was yet ten years of a£?, he was appointed by his father to an office in the army, and in 1814 distinguished himself in the two campaigns of the war of libera- tion. In the battle of / Bar-Sur- Aube.he won, r^by his gallant con- |f*duct, his first mili- tary decorations, the Russian Order of St. George. In 1817, hav- ing first undergone the most careful prep- aration, he was given a seat and a voice in the Council of State. In 1840, and after the accession of his child- less brother, F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 March 1888

,V?5 V "■-r. - : "'IW >'£ "•'/v.; ' "■' ••: ,• • •• . •' ' * •. ' . ■ • *•• •* . *• ' " " ? ■ . ' - ' • «1 >#¡y¿' ^ **•-^ ?xr?" " ?£' i> rW- ■- . : ~ f. mmm é /•.: ■•.'".•J-*. ■; I 8| ' | wxs*- (' > .;--x «: i • ^ &"7 i- J- •■ , ; .<•- . - ■ ' - , ■: r ,- &i-W' < '.Í }hsi¿ ■ ife :f Nfe r*®£. . i % J J ) ) * . ; ;• I m :®s i THOUSANDS KILLED. The Funereal Month of March. Terrible Earthquaks in China— Cities Destroyed With Appall-* ing Losé of Life. Bad Accident on the IJrie Railroad—A Storm Ravaging the Eastern Coasts. líany Lixss Lost in the English Channel— A GaJe Blowing—A Ftoed m Switz- erland. ?áa3f Francisco, Marcfc 12.—'The Hong Kong Mail, copies of which were received here *jy last night's Chin steamer, giving a description of the earthquake in the prov- ine* of Yun Nan, December 15, and is in- dicative of frightul mortality, says: "in. the interior department «of Ctiing Chau the disturbances were extremeiy violent, being continued at irregular inter...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 15 March 1888

w m The Panhandle! The greatest Country cf ths New South-ws^i, AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A GCUN!- M TY IN POPULATE hemphill county, I ts Resources, IJV SOIL AND PRODUC- TIONS. THE BANNER COUNTY Canadian, the Countv- Seat and the Largest Panhandle Town. HAS A GOOD LOCATION AND SU- PERIOR SU RROUNDINGS. THE LAND FOB A MAN WITH SMALL MEANS. Tho Place fer New Homes and Ex- cellent Investment* the l'anhas i)le. The Panhandle comprises all that v^ist region of country lying south of the Neu- tral Strip and between Indian Territory and N ew Mexico. It contains twenty- «even counties of which only six are or- ganized at present. It is about 100 miles square, but a little longer north and south than east and west. Within tills vast re- gion found every variety of soil, surface and productions. The surface varies from the brakes and sand hills in the eastern and southern parts to the wide plains and rolling' prairies of the west and south. an unknown land. Until quite recently the Panhandle was iui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 March 1888

VOL. 1 CANADIAN, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1888 NO. 21 R. D. MCKNIGHT. DEALER IN HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, AMMUNITION, BARBED W IRE, WAGONS, PLO \VS IMP LE MEA TS, PUMPS, WIN DO W GLASS, GASOLINE: FURNITURE, -MATTRESSES, WALL PAPER, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES. [acal Local Hems Calculated to Amuse, Instruct and Entertain our Readers. GROCERIES J LAMPS, CLOC'vS.iOILS AND . GENERAL HCUSEI VBN1SHING COODS- ALSO A FULL LINE OF. ('IFFINS AND CASKETS. LARGESTST2CK IN THE PANHANDLE! CANADIAN, TEXAS. ova MfW GERLACH BUOS. & CO. (DEALERS IN ) GROCERIES, DRY GOODS Grain and Floub, f>v 7 •J ^ t OUJMTTSfcS We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and -are prepared to give you Low Fibres. BEFORE B5JYIN3 Elsewhere Call & SET PRICES fits?"No Country Town can Duplicate our pj ice * CANADIAN, - - texas. ~ - * — • - - - - - L• E. Fincii, President Henry Hamburg. Yice-Pres THE TRADERS BANK, OF CANADIAN, TEXAS. CAPITAL STOCK, - - - - o- TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 March 1888

i I f i , M I jt I 4 RANDALL'S TARIFF BILL. ■ f Mr. Randall Introduces a Tariff Bill Which He Proposes to Substitute for That of the Ways and Means Committee. Washington, March 12.—Congressman Bamuel J. Randall*has completed his Tariff bill and wili introduce it in the House to- day. In explanation of the reduction he says: 4'The estimated reductions under this bill will be: On internal taxation re- pealed, 170,000,000; on tariff schedules, f&V <XX),000. The bill is the result of great labor and industry and framed afier the fullest inquiry and conference with those directly interested. The rates will not suit many oí those engaged in manufactures—but are ■deemed fair—and a proper response to the demand for reduced rates in our tariff laws." The bill, is fully twice as long as the Mills bill and relates to many more subjects. The following are some of the more impor- tant provisions: The taxes on manufactured tobacco, snuffy cigars, cheroots and cigarettes and the special tax...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 March 1888

SANTA FE STRIKE OFF. f i ii ) ,♦ «■ i i I. * f I, | K } After a Conference at Topeka, Chairman Conroe, of the Griev- ance Committee, ETHICAL PRINCIPLES. Declares the Strike Off on the AtcM- soii System—Railroad Commis- sioners Praised. The Strikers Claim That They Have Se- cured a Victory—The Burlington Men Despondent. Kansas City, Mo., March 19.—Thi Santa Pe strike is ended. The engineers and fire- men on the entire system will be at their places th.s morning, and the road will be running as usual. At four o'clock yester- day afternoon it was Known that the Santa Fe men would return to their places this morning. Chairman Conroe, of the griev- ance committee, came in from Topeku yes- terday morning and at once called a meet- ing of the grievance committee at the New Albany Hotel, the headquarters of the strikers. When the meeting was ended Conroe took the 4:3 J train on the Rock Island to Chicago, leaving orders, however, for the men to go back to their places. The engineers seemed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 March 1888

0M (¡¿anadian (^rtzttnt. Published evéry Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Entered at the Post Oflice at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Tekms ok Sdbsckiptiox : One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, " $1.00. Thursday, - March 22, 18S8. There are in Texas more than 2o-.000,000 acres of superior public la,rids for sale to all actual settlers at from $2-00to $Jf-00 anacre and on forty years' time at a low rate of interest• ItT-Miniiiiliim-i ilillMlfH • If the Mexicans cantinue to inflict outrages on American citizens, Tex- as may have to wallop the Greaser nation yet. A Trust on poker chips is the latest combination, and the great American heart throbs wearily. Down with monopolies, blast 'em! The large ranches ate ahead y pre* paring to wind up their extensive business or divide into smaller tracts, to make room for the set- tlers. In view of the malicions misrep- res ;ntations ef Canadian and Hemp- bill councy poured into the ear* of immigrants by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 March 1888

Sis gi si % i k Correspondence. Etan^um, Texas. * *■ * Mangum, Greer Co., Texas. Our District Court got through in one week granting one divorce; W. T% Williamson vs Sallie William- son: one conviction for burglary 1$. F. McClure, sentence two years. So you see we will be represented at liuntsville. Weataer felear but rather cold for grass. Snow and sleet the fore part of the week. Thermomoter 18 degrees on Friday morning. Grass is in sight and with a few daj'swarm weather our stock would be safe. H. C. S. TO THE PEOPLE OF THE PANHANDLE COUNTIES OF TEXAS; All Over the Panhandle FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. THE STRIKE. At the Panhandle Immigration meeting held at Canadian, Feb. 22 and 23, 1S83, an executive commit- tee was crcatcd to consist of the President and Secretary ©f the association and one member of each county where a local organization for immigration purposes exists, and it was made the duty of said com- mittee to levy an assessment upon each county for t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 March 1888

THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. nUEEUAS E. H1LLSB, Editor ft Pnb'r. I I) fit *1 ; I II u PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily Newa CONGRESS. After routine business in the Senate on the 12th. Mr. Colquitt addressed the Senate in support and praise of the President's message, and Mr. Dolph told what ho would do with the surplus. He would expend it in the improve- ment of rivers and harbors, constructing de- fenses and liquidating the public debt. Ad- journed In the House many bills and resolu- tions were introduced under the call of States, and the Senate joint resolution was passed for investigating the practicability of constructing reservoirs in the arid regions of the couutry. Little business of general interest was trans- acted. Adjourned. Bills were reported and placed on the calendar in the Senate on the 13th, and Senator Hale called up his resolution for a special com- mittee to examine fully into the present condi- tion of the Civil S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 March 1888

1 i í V • y y%r. BBbI hd^pÉS^!?.- THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. 7BESMAH E. MILLZB, Editor & Fub'r. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT CAÑAD IAN. - TEXAS. "IS LIFE WORTH LIVING?" are TIs life worth living? So the question goes Sounding along the weary ages! Life— Ji hopeless tragédy of cares and woes, Of useless agony, unending strife! :1s life worth living? 'Tis a lie, a cheat, A farce, whose tears and mirth alike feigned, A, race-course, where the race-is to the fleet, And bitterer than death the vict'ry gamed. Us life worth living? Empty, sordid, mean, Though we have cleared all fallacies away, .And faith, religion, virtue, no more screen With painted vail truth from the light of day 1 3s life worth living? Lo, the very air Is dark with tears, the ground beneath is red *With brother's blood, in hatred or despair, By his own hand or by his neighbor's shed. Xife is worth living! Far beyond the creed Of coward hearts who carp at life, I know It is a precious gift of God indeed. Worth living? Y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 22 March 1888

The greatest Country of the Hew South-west, AN EMPIRE IN EXTENT—A COUN- TY IN POPULATION. HEMPHILL CGUNlYj I ts Resources, IN SOIL AND PRODUC- TIONS. THE BANNER COUNTY Canadian, the Connty- Seat and the Largest Panhandle Town HAS A GOOD LOCATION AND SU- PERIOR SURROUNDINGS. THE LAND FOB A MAN WITH SMALL MEANS. ThePlaee for New Homes and Ex- cellent Investments. the panhaif dle. The Panhandle comprises all that v. ast region of country lying south of the N eu- tral Strip and between Indian Territory and New Mexico. It contains twenty- seven counties of which only six are or- ganized at present. It is about 1G0 miles square, but a little longer north and south than east and west. Within this vast re- gion is found every variety of soil, surface and productions. The surface varies from the brakes and sand hills in the eastern and southern parts to the wide plains and rolling prairies of the west and south. an unknown, land. Until quite recently the Panhandle was an unknown land, remove...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 March 1888

■i yiin* vol. 1 CANADIAN, texas, thursday. march 29, 1888. no. 22 1 1 R. D. M< KNIGHT. DEALER IN HARDWARE, STOVES and TINWARE, CUTLERY, GUNS, AMMUNITION, BARBED TP IRE, WAGONS, PLO WS. IMPLEMEN TS, PUMPS; WINDOW GLASS, GASOLINE: FURNITURE, MATTRESSES, WALL PAPER, CARPETS, WINDOW SHADES. 7 GROCERIES, QUEETSWARE í.amps, clocks, oils and GtNEBAL tiCtJSEFt RNISHING GOOJDS- ALSO A FULL LINE OF C )FFINS AND CASKETS. LARGEST STOCK IN THE PANHANDLE! CANADIAN, ' . < « . TEXAS. GERÍLACfí BROS. & CO. ti)p: a Limits in) GROCERIES, DKY GOODS Grain and Flour, ? ■ BOOTS, SHOES ATO HATS, outfstte^s ' We handle Flour and Grain by Car Load lots and are prepared to give yon Low Fisriraa. BIFOSI B3YÍS3 Elsewhere Call & S3T PRICIS All Overtlie Panhandle. FACTS AND FIGURES GLEANED FROM OUR EXCHANGES. >' 'No Country Town cari Duplicate our pi ice' CANADIAN, ... TEXAS WW L. E. Finch, President IIenky hamnrno. Vice-Pros F. S. Lobd, Cashier THE TRADERS BANK, OF CANADIAN, TEXAS. CAPITAL STOCK...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 March 1888

'K- ;-iSa i, | THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. I FBEEHAH E. Mil,LEE, Editor & Fnb'r. PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY AT CANADIAN. - TEXAS. THE WORLD AT LARGE. Summary of the Daily News. CONGRESS. In the Senate on the 19th among the bills reported and placed on the calendar was that providing for an arbitration board to settle the boundary dispute with Texas. Among the bills passed were: To settle and adjust the claim of any State for expenses incurred in defense of the country during the war; appropriating 1100,000 to erect a monument in Washington to negro soldiers, and two pensioning volun- teer female nurses during the war at 125 per month. Mr. Teller Introduced a bill for the admission of Wyoming Territory... In the House Mr. Anderson, of Iowa, introduced a resolution for a committee to investigate the railroad strikes. The preamble recites at great length the Burlington strike and provides for a committee to inquire into the whole matter. Bills were introduced. After committees re- ported ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 March 1888

I - i ■ wk IW J i *. § \1 \ s ' §M - 1 4 ^ ,. ~ - ■ vMmttf&u THE CANADIAN CRESCENT. — « . PBEBMAH B. KOLEB, Editor * Fnb'r. published every thursday at CANADIAN. - TEXAS, MY VISION. Up thro* the mists of childhood's tender mem- ories Floats a dear vision which I often see: Morn, noon and night, with gentle benediction, On sea or shore, it kindly visits me. At morn, between the sleeping and the waking, It comes, and hallows all the day for me, Arms rne with high resolves, my strength re- newing, My father's face, then fondly do I see. At noon, in all his rugged, manly vigor, Wearing the marks of anxious toil for me, Bearing the uheat and burden1' uncomplaining, That loving face again I seem to see. And in the twilight, when the day is fading. The children's hour then brings him sweetly near, As at our fireside, toil and care forgotten, I seem again to hear his words of cheer, His tender counsel, wise, and true and loving, His joy in our?, his grief at our pain; Yes, in the twilig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Canadian Crescent — 29 March 1888

[if i f L? I I i . * (¡$J(c (£<nttndian (gl¡re$ftttt. Published every Thursday Morning FREEMAN. E. MILLER, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER. Entered at the Tost Office at Canadian Texas, as second class matter. Terms of Subscription : One Year, in advance, $1.50. Six Months, " $1.00 Thursday, - March 29,1888. There are in Texas more than 25,000,000 acres of superior public lands for sale to all actual settlers at from $2-00 to $4-00 anacre and on forbit years' time at a low rate of interest• The spring opens rather tardiiy this year but will not delay crops to any large extent. Treasurer Tate of Kentucky is a defaulter to the tune of $200,000 He had been in office for twenty-one years. A bill has passed the Senate to establish courts of justice in the Indian Territory. It has long been reeded. This is the year for the Panhan- dle to grow and assume some toeasure of the new power that civilization shall bring to her borders. There are persons and persons and there are opinions and opinions. P...

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