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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 January 1903

?fjc iwrntog 5?ct?6 ^i - VOL. tt, yo. 57. . - --; -' ROAKOKE, VA., THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY sTltHsT^" - -_ / PRICE 1 CEKT- "'^^B Skates,. ( A i > 0 We Have Them j: 1 < _J: Your Horse ^ 1J9 Needs a Good Blanket < r _" r ! \ Thb Pinching Weather. i H Our Laprobcs H !L, Arc Among the Best ;; \\ FAIRFAX & DELL, ij Till Hardware Hustlers, J ; 9 S. JKFFERSON ?T. '< | We Have The "Finest Line of Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Candies, Grapes, L. L. Raisins and Cranberries to be found in thq City and prices the lowest. Come in and see t HUNTER & CO. THE GROCERS. uw. otiem *TB. ana commerce uu_ wedding . bells.... HAVE YOU BOUGHT ? - . YOUR PRESENT? The handsomest line ever in Roan oke, Cut Glass, Silver, brica-brac, beautiful, tasteful. Costs nothing to look. Ik. w. green H SALEM AVENUE, S. W. "KEEP WARM" . -< -V I Our Stock of Wind Proof CHEST PROTECTORS 11* unusually large tbl? winter, consisting, of H?*n...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 January 1903

mt:- memorial hall K "iMiMinti Vftitiu A till ti if ^JuMtifrirtii Fill ft;-. Tha folk)win*- circular has been isL BBi . sued from Atlanta b>r General element K A. Btmw, prwiUvnt of the .Confederate ? H?uorlal Association T-fca board of directors of the t'onfcdV 6^ rate Memorial A?**k iatlon take* ! f b? plearare Id announcing the election of f J- William Jones as auperlnti talent | RL end secretary. We feel ussiirtul that 1 " 110 lotion could have been t Kv' tnad*>. The well known identllliatloeJ erf Dr; Jonta. with atl of the great Hf;- movements for the promotion of ConMl federate Interests. h:ie given hint a -> srarm place ln^lhe atfo^ttom? of the ** - sannl* rtf th?> mmlh His hmh rha - I? ct?*r. bis untlrltiK energy an?l his tin- j aeifUTb dovotlon in promoting every ?-n P.' terprise thai has for its ajnt the pr.e ( BY* nervation of all that is noblest and i jjrr . ibeat in our Confederacy hi^Jor.v. coti.*i: J tf.v tute a claim upornis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 January 1903

? SEVEN KILLED _ ; IN COLLISION "V Another Dyinfc and Five More Seriously Injured Near Duquesne, Pa. For Not Seeing; His Ttain Geared Main Line?Several Victims Killed Outright Others Tortured hy Fire. ' Pittsburg. Pa.? Jan. ~:--As n result of ~ 1 a .olllHkin between?a i>HKini?nn''-r train - anil th? roar-end of a freight train on tJxo Monongahela division of the Pennsylvania railroad tonight at Cochrane station.* Just above Duquesne. seTT en tftwarg-dtwd. uue is* dying, and the others injured. 1 *ea?*. C. K. STROrf>3aggagenmster. Elizabeth. accommodation., Homewood. C. Jul- UOIHIIMHR. hnikrinnn of ne. i otnruodation, Pittsburg. JOH'N STEWART.. .passenger rosi dance unknown. TWO I'.Vh'NOWN KORKU? NERS, killed outright. j T WO I INK SOWN rORKirSNHRS, died on way to hospital. * . Injured: T. I). Cook, conductor ucibmmodatlon. died before morning , iJiitU Sullauowsky. shoulder blade fracture. ~ Tv tor Kiuiook/. burnt,t. John Smith, aerlously injure!. Mik? Ohonick. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 January 1903

E? Even HMNk? Ml BOTH PM l".*.*.'.'.'.'..'-::..'..*.''!..'.'I... ATHBH?For Virginia: p|i INCREASE OF fflUI ' T^p council, at its mee? ing on V.. Tuesday night, detcrmimul to increas,. ttLfc the T*te of municipal taxation from B. .$1.36 to |i.3S. Theoretically i' is arfcued titMv: this additional miki of ten cents on the hundred dollar*.i? not in Kk reality an increase, since the constitutional convention of Virginia reUucfc, ?d the atate taxes from forty cents to E-' thirty dent*. on the hundred slcjdars; fc ' that v?, ten cents on -the hundred. Mb.% which it La now proposed shtll he g taken rp and employed for municipal w; ? pnrpoaee. But argue as we may, this IT will hold to theory only. Our taxes K," are Increased ten eents on the hundred n; dollars.' ami this benefit conferred by "the now constitution doesn't confer. We R-. are ready to admit that in tin- presK" ent situation of municipal affairs', the By. . cltv is In need of all the funds it can ^HtoTralse. R?t when it comes t...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 January 1903

All I. J.Uliillll J ULUt > -1 FOOTUGHT GLEAMS I There is much that is quaint and inuxntwi** i tr tnr ?irw r*nicntnf! rural play. s*01d Si Stebbina,** which will be prteenbad* at 'the Academy of Music tonight. *rhe play is clean* and wholesome. the mainstay being the golden . rule. The miilk of human kindness makes its lessons valuable. Old Si . devotes his life to doing good to others in his awkward, homespun way. He is very comical withal, and is constantly doing .things that make the auditors shake their aides. Dan Darleigh looks and acts the old Maine farmer to the life. Haxql Darleigh is the hoydeuish orphan who is adopted by Old Si. There are numerous specialties that evoke applause. and the settings, one of which shows the shocks of fodder in a cornfield. are certainly* very handsome. A strong feature of the show is the Si Stebbina orchestra, iinder the direewas given ai uoon. 'Tjva generations have Joinen the world's mulct*.ude since the younger Dumas, at n bound, ...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 January 1903

BHT _ I TWO important t BILLS WSCUSSED Statehood Bill and the Reorganization of- Malitia. mf , Came up in Senate Introduced by Senator Hoar Which Provides the Expediting- of Suits ? ^ "Under Present Anti-Trust 111; 7 : I I today the bill f or the r> org:fo . .1: on of the tn 11 it In and tho :-i* < *"-?* ! 1 .'.1 2.V were discussed. Mr. Mallorv. ??f Kho Ida, led the IMm^ra:ic Senate-rs its |?b- ^opposition t<?- the section of the l>il-? providing for a reserve forte of t-alned men, the contention being that- it no; only infringed the r!2h.?? '.h* ve;*l States, bait'also increased the standing army by 100.0tM> men. In the course of Mr. Mailorv's re" marku a discussion arose -partb ip.ited r; ' In by,Messrs. Tillman. Wirrr*-n Koraker, Spoon<?r and Clay. over the con fi structlon to be pui ujxin tlie ? lion. '* the Democrats contending tliat the pro. f . vision put into the hands of the Presi. dent, powers belonging to t...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 January 1903

THE FESTIVITIES AT DURBAR Prominent Persons Review the Retainers of the ^r? RUling Chiefs, _ ~ ~ f Afford a Striking: Picture?A RoyaJ Elephant Carriage T wo Stories High. I ^ 1 uotpnia. Jan. i.? i ne vn'-roy, ixwu C'urion of Kedlcston, and lowly Curron and thfc duke and duchess of Cor.naugh' today reviewed the retainers of the ruling chiefs in the durbtur arena. The variety of costume and paraphernali i afforded one of the most striking ptc* turps of th<'"di:rhar festivities.?Cmitindents from parts of greater Indte . participated. mostly retaining the distinctive features of their customs. The flags and other emblems of the state of Cetch were carried on camels and H~phunts, accompanied i?y itemed- men iu stilts. While Arab irregulars danced past the viceroy to the music of thetr own instruments. The famous gold and silver guns of Haroda attracted much attention. The nnclent mulntalta flags, descended from the mogwl emperors, were passed on elephant carriages. The martial...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 8 January 1903

K TO! fB~ ? the Ixundry bag. Dont hold anything j$. pj btcl because you fear .it may be lw*~ * Jured hi the wash. The weakest and !moet rteHcute. articles ^assHlinMifh our hands without mutilation, RADFORD | STEAM LAUNDRY flocis all ynrir well. To <1<> anything ^badly would Injure the reputation wc enjoy. JW. S. and J. B. ^REHN WAY p It la quite an~~ea*y matter to decide why We are selling more Heaters audCook Stoves than our neighbors, an I ?you will see at a glance when viuij. compare our prices. We have an ole-' gan supply of eight-day nickel alarm clocks, and furniture for the rich and thn poor. Come Christmas Toys at half prlca. Amonns Knitting Yarn to beat the band. Come and see us. W. S. Greenway & Son's. y , General Auctioneers and Dealers, .r jpj J. IBNN&RD nv ...t:?i i? ot.,_v g0<. n aaad AVb.*ttOt^ a ?auAk/v* QvU "him; he will Jell yon of the importance of having the best B r Ptainbing at lowest prices. ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 9 January 1903

" ~ - ... .. - , ?..,..i . ,, ~ , - .,. i n 11 j, i . _~~~rtt rl^M r~^ PRtrfK 1 rn?W* * i' I Skates.. il < <? * ? -* < > :: Wc Have Them : ! o' ' " ? 1 r ? < \ ' ?3; V , ? . < > ?jrftrartforse ?? ' 4; Needs a Good Blanket \ ; < * * * ' < I This Pinchmjf Weather. . < > -f- 4 > i i Our Laprobcs ; < - < > 44 ,. 44 SI Are Among the Best \; fr ;; . :: _41 "f ??- S? FAIRFAX & BELL, ' ' i| Tki Hardviri litllirt, | j:.- ' :: 4 9 8. JKkfkrsox ST. _ * *4 ?I41- !? We Have The Finest Line of Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, Figs, Dates, Candies* Grapes, L. L. Raisins and Cranberries to be found in the City and prices the lowest. Come in and see i HUNTER & CO. . THE GROCERS. Cor. Maa art saA Pot marcs BL " BELL8.:.. ^ HAVE YOU BOUGHT |, YOUR PRESENT? v " -?' The handsomest line ever in Roanoltev Gat Glass, Silver, brica...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 9 January 1903

r I POOTUGHT GLEAMS j "Wfcat a lot o? fun wn did Tiav* 4$sF" jr fP'-'-.tttfJht at the Academy of Music for 50 > Ik,,. ||Mt; more than ?* ever had for i lolhr and a half. We Just split our L? Mf Teat laughing at those pigs when W& 41W went after the Mcllin^' Food b.?u ST. -tie end when our old friend, 4'S1 StebBv 'bin*," Rot tangled in Beantown we P;; " thOUght we would laugh until we were *M big as the boiler of No. S9. We Just | OOttldn't help it. and thank gocdntss! Mp. . ?? a?iu uui i-iM? UUJI UUJU- iua? *1-1-^. K oltrfc that sat behind us and yei:?*?l." S^Bw.belter than "A Jolly American " and why "SI" doesn't get hiw ?V; for the show we fail t.) comprehend. j^Bot we do know that-"Si" has got i\ P' One (how and even If he hasn't th< kV< t(|Ut1llnu^ ti of lb*' hotel , clerk he WjA to keep jou butsting open with-thai ^ .tickUn g feel tag. We did enjoy tlio show (UM Dan I>arhlgh when ever he comeI. this why a^aln shall get all...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 9 January 1903

SHE U\ HAVE P5 WHITE ASSISTANT ''m* ____ ,\ 1 ? Winnie fax, Thr Colored Past; Ey- mistress at Indlanola v , is Hopeful. "Whole Matter is Witfc Roosevelt. Woman's Husband Makes - Statement?She is in ' RlrmtngrKam, Ala. Miimingharn. Ala... Jan. 8.?uMlnnle Cox. the negro postmistress of ludianola. Miss., Is here accompanied by her 1 assistant. Annie Moore, colored. The ? Iwn lira alripping wIih * brother Of Anni? Mvors and will remain here until the Indianoja trouble blow stover. ^ mo it is announced. Mrs. Cox decline* . to be interviewed. Her husband, W. W. Cox, a postal clerk on the S^uth* . ern railway, gave out a very, guarded statement in which he said that he and his wife were hopeful of a settlement of the lndiaaola trouble as they desired to return uy that .place to litre, having many friends there among both the colored and white population. Cox &<Med that he had no desire to "butt up againet a brick wall" . 'and for hia own sake as well as for ' *" the ...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 9 January 1903

rThe Even K* WUSHEB EVERY a B> Roenoke * < " ET BOTH PHC ? &'. ImImm Offke ...'. ? Kp WJEATHBR?FV?r Virginia: Fair; coi kL THE NORTHERN PRESS AN] V Tb? action of Prwkient Roovevelt ' , . _ _ > . I?. lad hit cabinet la determining to close g'v the poBtofflce at lndlanola. Mississippi, because the negro post mist r>*s - ;uis reK ilhMJ- for alleged mTTroTiI&rtoT1. "ha^ i#;' called forth tome acrid and sensible - criticism on the part of the northern ? PrCSSL Had this event transpired ten I WyMn SCO. there is no mistaking the Kj ffcet thai the papers of the north would have aided with the president, purely because the incident occurred In the, H sooth, and was, what has always been ^tenaad^ the "fruits of racial prejudlea" The south must, therefore, in future receive its just dues?a thing K = 'that has teen denied her for a third B[F. of a ceatary.^ We take this from the ^ New York -World: &_ ?fcr apsalnatix...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 9 January 1903

f BEIM HI WII1E MFE r Wiltirt Willi lit Bin III FmI til It Bmti Curt New York; J An. 9.?The right* of a negro to go into * restaurant raaintglned for white people and be served with food was talked about, at great length yesterday in the Westalde court before Magistrate Ptfol. Edmund' B. Brown, a negro lawyer, had the atSrmatlv* aid* and (ha Held. None disputed his statement that a negro has the rlght? under the fifteenth amendment to the constitution, to eat. with the white people. "Else why was. I freed by Wbraham Lincoln?" says Brown. Brown went into Morgentlial's res; ... taurant, at No. 837 Eighth avenue. sat down at a table and watted patiently to* something to eat. * The waiters paid no attention to him. After mak 1"K demand for food, he left ? the place and secured1 asummons. in .the magistrate? court for Morgrnthal. Later on the summon* was withdrawn -i and-warrants were issued for the arrest -- of Morgan thai and three of his waiters on the Charge of .violating section 383...

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Page PAGE 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 9 January 1903

I PHILIPPINES K > RUl Providing For Chief and Assistants Passes House. p7 Madd ox's Digs. I- Akfrlch Criticises Action of DemoH; * cratic Senate in 18^4 Vest Says Freezing Humanity Wants " ~ Relief. Defends Himself?^ f Washington. J.in..*- The Honv t*?" ih*y parsed tho Philippine constabulary --?-bill ft? It whs repotted from the commiUfsletotpT lor an |ypii*n<imctvMTTniTtll|j the number of assistant chiefs to our. The" bill provide* that the chiet of constabulary and the assistant chiefs "? who arts United States army officers - - HutII have the Tank ami pay and allowance of brigadier general'Had coloJnel mapectlvoly. the difference between ' auchrpay an<l their pay in their regular 1 grades to be paid out of the Philippine treasury. The bill also provides that when the Philippine scouts are ordered lo assist the constabulary they shall ho under the command of the chief or I assistant chiefe. Mr. Maddox. <?f Georgia, opposed the bill and ...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 9 January 1903

Ihre department I QUESTION TONIGHT What is Required by SouthI eastern Tarid Association In the Matter. H Following is the Presentation of the Question of a Paid Fire DcpartH ment from the Standpoint " HtUOrPHaCASTSKN TARIFF ASSCXTA 1 - Atlanta, Oa.. Oct. 27th. 1902. Mr R. >11. Angell, Chairman. Ramioka. Dear Sir: Proposed improvement* in Are piotrction of Roanoke to >.. mm Unit class rat lag. - Our Mr. Mood worth, who reteutlj vikited your city for^the purpose ol revising the rates, has made a report as to what the city authorities propose to do In the way of "improvements In the fire protection and water supply with a view to pluclng Roanoke on s fltwt class basin and thereby entl"ioih~ro a first class rating. ? We will suggest what, improvements we think you should provide In order to conform to the requirements for a Bret class city, and you onrrWiee wherein they differ from your own Ideas. ' Water Works?Our understandln>g is -that the city will h...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 9 January 1903

4be )*m1h7 b?K. Don't hold aaything Hw-r^itoell -beeanae yim-f f+nr It may be in- I 1, ' Jurcd hi the waah.j 'The weakest and i BTTi ' hum I Ui'TlirirTT pass through fe our han?ls without mutliatiou. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY does all work well. To do anything j m would Injure the irRuDttton w< v . - " >, r W. S. and J. B. GREEN WAY fc.'- It to quite an easy matter to decide why we are selling more Heaters and Cook Stoves than our neighbors, and _ > you will see at * glance- when .you compare our prices. Wc have an eleKi - gan supply of eight-day nickel alarm Bfe- clocks, and furniture for the rich and the. poor. Come Christmas Toys at half price. Amonns Knitting Yarn to beat ?' the band. Come and see usi? W. S. Grccnway & SonV^ General Auctloaeers and Dealer*. I A. J. lEIHiKD M - ThS reliable Plumber See . % e - Mi . at - mm; ne win tell you of the ? importance of having the beet ^ Plumbing at ioweet prices. CAMPBELL AVE., W. ?r?ill I I I II...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 January 1903

j * ^ r ?l)t?Cttcttfttg VOL. 6, NO. V. ROANOKE, VA., SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY to. 1<*M~ ^ i; Skates.. ii * 4 * O :: We Have Them . V-':: ' \ i; Your Horse < Needs a Good Blanket J f "2! Thi^Pinching Weather. ; < < > ~~ < . ; < > $Tv < ? ' 1 < > H Our Laprobcs !: i t X < > : k Are Among the Best ;; ? i?-' ~~~ ' 1J < > it ~ FAIRFAX & BELL, ii Ik* Hardware Hustltrs, | ? 8. JiiFiMB ST:? ;p: i > n-rr . .?? "J 1 U J^c-1 '* J-M.We -Have The Finest Line of Oranges, Lemons, Nuts, Figs, Bates, Candies, Grapes, L. L. Raisins and Cranberries to be found in the City and prices >. I i) .L - l '--x ? vne mwesi. uome tn. ana _ see -M- us. -.... HUNTER & CO. THC GROCERS. " Cor. SeJem au and Commerce 8L L WEDDING I" HAVE YOU BOUGHT YOUR PRESENT? ' V " The banUsomest line ever in Koan' Dke, Cu...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 January 1903

E&Ifl FUJHUtH ftill Milt AIM CmiBifirt Uicit sn Sut it Am) . tor-folk. Va., Jan. 9.?Captain John j Ad ami*, one of the widest known i j most popular seafaring men In the j Bfc' united States merchant marine, passed |?s<. through this city a day or r*o-a??> on"' his way to Florida. This noted skipper 1* known all along the Atlantic and Gail/ coasts as one of the most bl_ skillful and* darlcrg navigators in the nautical service of the country. H > I Bp* * figured extremely In filibustering dur- 1 E?. "" ing the Cuban war for independence, j ana oy ni? aaro-aevti worK suoeoeo-u i in rdqnlng the gauntlet of the marine I blockade with several cargoes of arms I and ammunition for the natives of' K fc.. Cuba who were struggling to o\.?r5 t^irow the yoke of Spanish tyruny and misrule. Some of Captain Adams experiences and Adventures would read like a nov- ?L (He Is a veteran coastwise naviga' tor, afid plbd to this port for several BS-; . years I...

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Page PAGE 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 January 1903

MEETINfr OF T f - , CITY COUNCIL Question of Paid Fire Department Converted Into Po- litlcal Pow-Wow. Although Considerable Play to Gallery ?Councilman Hough Scores on the Irony of the ' ' Situation. Pursuant to nO|nnrti m.-nt of the City,, t'mntvil front the regular monthl} ' meeting held on Tuesday night, the j City Council met In the Circuit pourt room last nhjht ami for fouj longhours wrestled, with the problem of .a paid lite department. The 11 m three hourr . were largely employed in wrangling . ovet^fhc situation, there being considerable uncertainty as to where the body stootf-hi the matter and Just what ? Was expected to be done. rPhe roll call showed a full atten Ha nee. The following members an- _ swerrd to their names: 'Antrim. Coleman, Cvuin pecker. Doti-_ , aldson, Ibart. Heatel, J. K. Hough, P. , W. Huff, Johnson. Mays. Mlnaehan, ..'4 Pa^js Rennf.r: l?r. Schwab. Selfert, ShlTkol, Thomas, Vaughah; WJUJilnson and the President?'19 members. Pursuant to agreement of Counc...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 January 1903

B ft?ifci n? B HATES I BR?FXw Virginia: Fair, co, | _ THAT VAUDEVILLE SI ?? I Tfct agony is over. The Caosarean f operation has been performed and from womb of venal politics has been P p removed a paid' fire department. Str a abortive child, perhaps?aye. indeed? | pat a fhild, nevertheleesj a child that Bp-?Win Ihre^kn^ thrive-and grow fat ua>r jp-*dar thecareful nursing of councilman"J'flP ?nt^rlf*^v -and grow fat even unto [KT oorpulence off the 'municipal pap. We ft'-, are proud to say that there were a t ? (ear of that vaudeville .show on the f' ; boards at the cirtult court room on I ? FWday night to witness the operation. * : Who dared to repudiate the charge of hp?paternity when the monstrosity was r ,7 brought forth; and not only dared to r repudiate it. but to hold up before 1 "thoee who fathered it, the putative I Mother whose illegitimate-offspring has jrM; (or many moons throttled this city and L j. ,ground It beneath the Jje?l of petty |m' politics. . There ...

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