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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

mmmm —- ——- airón rmniet ■ orwKo u. r. i. vrnvut. CM rt* %U+ci*Mc-t W íriltÁ d$nti UN One Hmhi* 9 m •( Mb «.- £*P*r'9ne**tfl'* Ci"" !, War. 1 " :w««¡ Koitohs m u-JcWlkoa ctm Thinking ¡t t¡¿>tfld;.bfft¡'át l*UistLave \x t how a I read in the a hide, an the e voify camp aré dissatisfied wi ¡limited üttpply ofuhardtack and ] tufarles* ctfT*. ,lfyd little or no riwjecnoh to oill^mess. ^We Thinking it li^Ulfli^i'at IttstUave hardtack for <rf pacing intercut to raV frie$U#\wmif f„r dinner ai in Texas, I takfc pleasure ¡n re- Ufcat ¡* theyacall «<T "12Í /"bericifce? f«£ suu|ú¿¡'lA W Ifti 'YÍe* *paiWwA*toric«n w ¿nVb.*rJVftar through the follmfrin if yottr I before thev could worthy paper. V ? * t ** ? ? tj to us. We jfet I'm on hoard the 1'. & & Man* 1 every time a suppMfchpftt*cCHjÉjfs" grove% former)^ |he hghthyusc i "IWffuf'UffP a rule it is ho tfltrgh tender for <u" .a.i„«..w.í K. district. 5 n Th Richmond CNlfc'l Corretpond- •Ht 0— Off *9 the Enemy. 9 " I Richmond ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News-Chronicle, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

PrldiT Moraine CaMwctl, TMu, Friday July 8. m nlBi **fs hoc sigxo vt//cesr Wk received a very well writ- letter from a boy at Rita this week, bat as it contained no news we were obliged to omit it. It has been said ho often that local option was killing' Caldwell commercially that everyone ex- pects business to pick up consid- erably in the near future. Thk people of our country are now for the first time actually convinced that Ccrvera was «bottled up in the harbor of Santiago de Cuba. That is one point definitely settled anyway. Thk local option election is ovér and the discussion of the subject should be dropped for the present. No possible good can result from further argument and hard feelings would be the only result. VéMiHOlu, A C.. Jsljr 4 Bottom NkwsCmsomiclr: No more striking object lesson in American frit snd bravery was ever fives the world than that by the soldiers and sailors who participated ia the terrible* bat victorious campaign agninat Santiago. General Shatter's ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

7- •Ir. ' DM *hMn" tris wen aot Wm salslths yur, Thp f0V*MP* ths 1197 crop la the Uaited wat MO,000,00# hachéis* Tim ili of «boat oi fnn to oaüo Mfl each M ths «hipa «I ths greet wheat gamblers. Conisriag whset ia oaly a game betweea speculators. Tha pab- lic ii aoi harmed; tor a© hue sen per meanily lemma Aa priee al a aai- verse! product that ia barreled ia every moath of tha yeer ead la evarj cougtry. Aa tha gama ia played with oaa of tha saaaasiliss of lila, tha pah* lie seesetiame tests Ü^cfest; bet wbee the prioe of wheat absegm parms neatly, it ia due to oeuees bsyoad the coatral of any spsculetor, thoagh a •corner*' may be credited with the ie suit. Bat ao intimate is the relation between tha world's markets aad aacb a nice balance of prioes is maintained tnet speculators by sslling or buying large quaatitiee of wheat caaas fluctu etione in the prioe, and for a short tiaae amy coatrol the wheat supply of a nation. The movement of a finger of a cable operator m Chicago pro- d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

'lÁjflufeÉf i"'■ . . ' .¿I. — raí.' M CelSweH. Tmm TfXAt NEWS NOTES. a# , wen struck bv at Aagteton and u« kilted. Manfield Jo* Raalaad vu kill- I Ragland J. P. Wooderd, Lis brother-in- ■«■ won severely burned by o explosion at i fin ii 8an An- CAPITAL BP «•art of civil appeals, 5th op district, hn edjourned till 11m f*yeor-old ton of A. G. Throp Jr. of Boltoa, wm thrown from < hone ead kilted. Oalvestoa will build * wigwam for At entertainment of tho state demo ktion. Hod-Walk eempeay af Gnlveeton, capital stock $10,000. The Daaial Bate college of Brown wood. Brown county $18,000. Alvin aad . peoy, principal offin at Alvio, capital ■took $2000. The R. R Bell Hardware company of Waatbarford. Parte eounty. Capé tal «took $50,000. The Barclay-Wilson Stoak company. Place of business in Esll and Falte o antics, with principal office at Tear pie. Capital stock $10,000. AHo baa shipped her first ear of It constelad af 956 crates , to St. Louis. HKr I; if ib- Mia. T. T. Brown, Getesvill...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

íWf ■ : i ^'W ■■':>;* íir amun sin mi ioü IN THEIR SOBE DESPERATION yaey M'4* • M4 Dub lor ttelM - Bat Washington, July 3.—Admiral Cervsra made a last characteristic and picturesque dash. Early this mera- mg four warships lying in ths harbor ■ads teem and heeded for ths mouth; ibras wars ran hard on ths beach at the eatiaaee and wars firtd by ths Ths mararinss exploded, making total wrecks of than. A warship, eappoeed to baths Viacaynwith Car vera aboard, paasod the Merrimac wrack sad reached the open esa. Ships from the blockading aquad roa at onaa started in pursuit and there is not one chanca ia a hundred tor her to easape. Tba dispatch containing ths fore- going sensational information was re- eeived from Col. Allen st Playa del lasts early this morning, prior to the reports from Shafter, with hit demand for the surrender of the city. Col. Allen's dispatch m Shifter's lUport if ti Situation kmmi Santiago. RESULT OF FRIDAY'S ASSAULT. With 19 per Hem bar Fatal. ran apto of (fee...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

"~é>. m ■■ ■■- íi fc- IP . mi. m fe Jaly l-ThiplMo( itMI* af Mor- Mé the ochar forte at ib* ea- ■aaliago harbor. loria olloaood, Shaflart moa pooncrio aad the fleet ia up he harbor to Iba aity. al tbe nevy ia each hoara |f tbe finí telogrem received from ém- Ibafler. Hm plaaa lar tha bardtoaet of tha eity bed been dieer- by tha raraoal of Admiral Qea. Shafter it: to aatar tha of Santiago without epoeiel or- tho deprrtment," aad short- ly aflor ha nbled tbeeoooad tima: "If tiirr*- will balp na «a oaa Uka tha atar today." Then meeaogn «oía immediately broug bt to tha aoüea of tha pnaident. Aa a raoult Sampoon woo immediately ordered to at own confer with Shafter aad it dependa on thaoo two whether tba attack on Santiago ba poetpoaod until reieforcemenle ar- rive. Sooratiry Algor «aid "It ia regard- ad now ao neooanry that than ahali ha parfact ao operation oetwoea tba army aad tha flon." Tba oo-oparatioa of tho fleet ia tho attempt to eaptare Santiago haa bean leadared imperatively...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

. i í«¿ BUNK BOOHS COMIBtCUl STAINNBU. We cm and «lo prist anything on earth in the above linen, besides all kinds of fancy stationery, nch an .wedding, and ball in* vi tat ion , programs visiting cards, etc. We carry the very latest and ntstostsrtylea stationery-and latest -faces of type, and- consequently we are prepared to turn out anything in our line oa the very shortest notice. Don't send away for your printing of anyJund when you casket it atAome more4ieatlyr^tyUshly and correctly printed. MIST 6 JWNEB, Ike Bo«k and Job Printers. : -M 4# ' .% % I NNN PEOPLE YOU KNOW —s—aassiisssssssssssn I Ware Mstthcw* ta Wet (|iiti •ick this week, Albert Murray west to Brea- ban yesterday aorning. Rhinehardt Struwc wait in Breaban T ucftday on business. Wm. Courtney, of Lyuoa, was in town Wednesday on business. Mia Louise Goodlet, of Bren* ham, in visiting Mia* Helen Helvey. Bonn:- To Mr. and Mr*. S. H. Jackson, on Sunday, Julv 3, a tine baby girl. K. J Wotrack, of Galveston, wan in town la...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

• ; '"v r ™ nnmr 19. 14 Md 15. of the benefits of goodJ better than a. long pedigree and rzrfe** •"'** "** mentioned, the presidents of our j Hotter is a twenty pound ram $m ffnd ey for%h^ i> half the swra| agricultural fnyair/a- i *t<¡gi aat frice iban%• Ü pfc. kX^sto. NjíiHim$d ««<* .* s*ci¿tion|*nd Ac Cotton Gia-hafciog, for *the mm U >Lua;i tifATu«t Tkm*. J0r*< >n a'ftefc t$k. paper reaches. tu%>«. readaps, ftha Agricultural Coa- #*#c is will go into session at the ners wilfform a part of the con ind M. College, and all of the vent ion. . . ^ WHAT SHAM. Wl. KXP1 When has there^ been such a gathering of the brain, brawn er, stock-gcovver, .¿ruit and table producer, dairyman, wine breeder in the state vited to attend, take part in meetings, and vote upon all tfafeMN «p.forrf - ation.f^,* j} K COU.KGI-: INViTKS YOl\ cultural interests of the state be represented in that con- tion of fcpi l'tfl 1 k-grr>W- and. horticulturists. Kver?|afid bearing upon The magn...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

„ ... '< ' w1 x' "MT!"- reyr1'-'* •••'.pmv r. 'Í V-'- ■ ■& • i ■{> <■. liwli ■# .TyflOfflffifc'. ivF\^t motes or H/refiisr. DOGS Iff KAISER-LAND. Culitd From tho Pagoo •* Mo Total Stock anJ Farm Journal. Krom three to neven carlouds 0f iu>tatocM and tomatoen are be- ing sent out each week from KusU. Cherokee county, and in a few days there will be a big ship- ment of fruit and canteloupcH from the same point. The Cher- okee county farmers are planting much of the land from which their potatoes have been har- vested in Mexican June corn and are experimenting with tobacco which promises to be profitable. Cherokee county farmers are making lots of monev out of their truc k farms. The liberal use of fruit for fo id is recommended by some of tK* best physicians of the coun- try as a preventative of liver troubles, and of all disorders for the cure of which a laxative is generally prencPl >ed. The best •faults arc from the free use of j uch food at breakfast. Apples at ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 8 July 1898

_ ,,1 PH| ■ *; 'V V"' >' f ■ • g *1 m W" : ^ ' &71'' *,V. . Wf K ■Rvnf. BSikw X & i ¿' M ■1 HPS. BP- Storiti of tb« Strwt. MMMWVfl MMMVHI —Old Glory again floats to the breeze in Caldwell, this time upon a good solid flagstaff planted in the courthouse yard. Will McArthur and one or two others deserve the. credit for again get- ting our national colors flying. —G. E. James has somewhat of a curiosity in the shape of a small egg. It was laid by a hen 0Í more than average size, but is no larger than a mocking bird's egg, its weight being 41 grains. Mr. James has preserved it in alcohol and it can be seen at his store. —The Fourth of July was ap- propriately celebrated Monday by the children. Two very ar- tistically decorated floats carried a couple of queens and their at- tendants to the park, where a number of speeches were enjoy- ed, and on account of the mud the picnic was given up. The juvenile military company were a very pretty sight and added much to the admiration o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

Caldwell News-Chronicle. OUR AIM 18 TUB GREATEST BENEFIT TO THE FARMERS AND WORKING PEOPLE OF BURLESON COUNTY VOL. XIX. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 189a v. i \ FROM OUR RURAL STAFF, j YELLOW PRAIRIE. Yki.IOW Prairik, Texan July 13. ElUTOR NRU -CHR0JMCLK: The Methodist protructcd meeting will begin here Wednes- day night. The third quarterly conference for this charge will be held here Saturday and Sun- day. Messrs. Philp. Doolin, Hens- Prof. At wood íh very low with fever. Hit* many friends hope for hi* speedy recovery. Miss Lena Thomas happened to a serious accident last Wednes- day afternoon while assisting her father in driving a cow. The cow become enraged and at- tacked the young lady and bruised her up considerably. Married in Hrenham, last Mon- ley and others whose names we |day Miss Celeste Farquahar to her home Saturday after an ex- tended visit to relatives in Hemp- stead and Mona v i He. Mr. and Mra. R. Geisenachlog spent Sunday in Merle. Lee Blocke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

= NEWS-CHRONICLE.. Í r.' , |r'' ffl l Ek': MVT 4 IMm vté **ri Hr«. Issued Every Friday Morning. SOI THE ft X CREMT. Houston Post. One of the most encouraging' and significant facts of recent oc- currence to the South is the growing evidence of improved Southern credit. Not only are state bonds of most Southern states now readily taken bearing a low rate of interest, but they command a flattering premium in many intances. This was strikingly demon- strated only the other day when a big batch of new Louisiana fours were disposed of at a good figure above par. County bonds in Texas bearing 5 per cent, and even four per cent, are now sold easily. This fact indicates that the South and Southern conditions are becoming better known than formerly in outside moneyed cir- cles. Our continued progress and comparative comfort and prosperity when other sections, and notably the Eastern manu- facturing communities, were suffering; the absence of any con- siderable number of tank fail- ures or tr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

INC AMGIO-AMUIUN ALLUNCT. i«4* Cok WrllM« V«ry AM* mí Minil- iajArtktoee ' The ancicnt poets tell us there was once a time when the great, god Saturn reigned in Italy, and bestowed happiness and tranquil ¡tv over all the earth. The hus- band man leathered in peace the fruits of his labor, and the fields smiled with plenteous harvests. The liberal arts were sedulously cultivated and every home was the abode of innocence. Compar- ing this blissful state with their own degenerate rule of blood and iron, in which all the vices had supplanted virtue, they have handed it down to us as «The Golden Age. which they de- plored. could never come again. This retrospective fable, how- ever, of Pagan writers. the He-! brew prophet saw as a future re- ¡ alitv. In vision, his God of1 peace was to take the place of the heathen deity, «and to teach us of his ways. And he shall judge | among the nations and shall re-1 buke many people; and they shall beat their swords into plough-1 shares, and their s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

■ w ¡SS: 5 iv 8k Jf: GUMKLL REWS-CMONICLL. Mr jtmt , mwm lamed Every Friday Morn In*. md In the Caldwell pnatoftce an we lut natter. IMaplav ad* nno Inwrtlon twenty cení Sir Inch; two Insertion thirty-live e tin ta IT Inch; one month *l*ty ttnU per Inch. bocal rate* noven and one-half cent* per Mm >rat Insertion and Uve cent* per line OMfcMllNMNiuent Insortlou. OkttnarlN. carda of thank* and notice* of •BlPMelnnientK giren for religion*. educa- ■nal or charitable purpose* at half regit Ür ratea. rj notice* of all kind* 11.00 per hundred J Irat Insertion and SO cent* per huii- word each subsequent Inaertlon. Positively no reduction* will be made Mil «bore rate*. Ne wa-en Hon ici.R desires a correa- «t at every poatofHee In the county, I In exchange will furnish the paper, ata- jery and poaUge free. W 111 be pleased to mmJieapond with any one on the subject. _ Year t Month* • Mont im II BO 1 00 SO "IN HOC SIC, SO VINCESr Caldwell, Texas, Friday, July 15. aBBHBS"——'—*****—-mSBBm^BSS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

ton 166 to Mr favor of SUGAR BUT INDUSTRY. |0l tit > la «to ® If 84 par cant of tha migar oon- <uw«d in tha United SUtaa is sow | importad from other oountries aad (ha ^¡eiig af beata for tha maaufaetura «I augar it pro Stable alika to tha far- mer and themaaafacturer, why ahould not this iadastry ba encouraged in ika coast country af Texas? Tha following ooadcased, almost !lariling, facta on tha subject of «agar beat cultura ara from a lata bullatin piapaiad by Prof. E. E Slosson, chemist of tha Stata University of Wyoming, and will ba raad with in- terest: ••Tha riaa of tha baat augar industry ia a remarkable example of what can be accomplished by acienoe applied to agiiculture. In the beginning nathiog could aaem mora hopeless than thai tugar beat could oompare with cane augar. Tha beeta contained only fthoat 6 to 8 per cent of augar; the impurities could only ba removed by difficult chemical processes and to grow the beets properly required skill- ed and expensive labor. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

c -m pá?' Bp;;. P¡í' rM; : Km I !T«f rrlUr It Oal4 *U. Tmm TEXAS NIWS NOTES. Greenville will have fres mail de- liwry altor August 1. Politicians are already busy making out a «lata for Jce Bayer*. Ilia* Rose M. Jones, of Shermau, a famous musical composer, is dead. The Citizens Bank of Lufkin has cloeed its doors. John W. Baker, Lucas. Collin county, was kicked by a vicious stal- lion and died from the injuria*. Elisha T. Swan is given the death jpoaalty at Bastrop for murdering his Attorney General Crane intends to teat the right of exprese ccmpanies to charge the State far revenue stamps. Jack Ray, a farmer of Anderson county, waa killed by his son-in-law, Charlie Allen. Whitoeape in Bosque county threa- on the negroes with death unless they leave by July 15. Wharton county republicans favor fnion with goldbugs and oppose the White Man's union. C. M. Claypool. of Lampasas, was ahot at from ambush by two Mexicans who yelled "Viva Española." A Mexican sheep herder at Sweat Water, s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

.4~jj MUI raWSBIH French Lintr Bourgogne Sunk in a Collision With tho Cromartythiro. OVER FIVE HUNDRED LIVES LOST. A Cbeptei of Horror* MiUd In ti Struts'* to* •ell-Freeervetloa Halifax. N. S., July 8 —In one of the thick fog , which it this time of the year bang like • pall over tho O rand banks «tul Sabio island, in tho North oosaa, in the oarljr morning of July 4 one of ibo most appalling ocean disasters in the annals of trans Atlantic commerce, and in fact in the history of steam sai'ing of the world, occur- red Without a moment's warning almost, the great French liner La Bourgogne, with 7'2ft souls on board, was run down by tho iron sailing ship Cromartyshire and sank within half an hour, carrying with bar to ihe ocean's bottom over 500 ofhor passengers and crow, while the balance who were not drowned by the fearful suction, strug- gled and fought for life, until 163 were at length rescued by the crew of Ibo Cromartyshire, which thipsunnved the eoUision. The story of th« fearfu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

■ W V- *' ;™ 0 m 9 STORY. F.. íV OSÁ R m- Pi s'- Hobaos and his crew, who were ex efcnsged Ian Friday, in now with Idmtral Snmpcon on the flagship faw York. A Saatiago dispatch to ka Naw York Harald says: Tha aorrsspondaot saw Hobaon af m ha nada his report to Admiral ■empeon. Ha spoka in glowing tonus af tha oonrags and bravery of his MWs Lara baan 33 days ia tha prison," said Hobson, "and mora 1 think about it tha sore mervellovs it sssms that wa ara olive li was 3 o'clock in tha morning whan tha liarrimac an tarad tha narrow ahanaal and ataamad undar tha guna of Morro. Tha atillnaas of death pre- Tailed. It was so dark wa could acaroely see the headland. We had planned to drop the starboard anchor at a oartain point in the right of the chaanel, reverse tha engines, and then awing the Merrtmec around, sinking her directly acroas the channel This plan was adhered to, but the circum- atancee rendered i ta execution impoa si ble When tha Merrimac poked bar noaa in tiie channel our tr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

■i PEOPLE YOUKNOW.j Lucy Carroll ha been Iquiti - ¡v < this week. Tom Skrabanek went to Tern- Iplo ami Cameron Tuesday. Mabel Parkhill was re- I ported quite sick this week. Mis-. Clara May is visiting rel- ieves and friends in the city. Miss Annie Bettis, of Merle, ¡canu' up last week to attend the Normal. Miss Carrie Scott, of the Post Oaks, is visiting Mrs. Newcomb this week. Miss Blanche Rosenfield, of Houston, visited Mrs. 1,\ Levi this week. Dr. J. B. Honey cut, of Hook- crville. was on the streets Wednesday. Miss Myrtle Silliman left y es- ter d:iv for an extended visit to San Angelo. Kck Oliver is able to be out gfrain after a spell of the fash- ionable fever. V. K. Herbst and family, who arc now in La Porte, will return about August 1. Miss Alma Schilling, of Bur- ton. is visiting the family of Mrs. Struwe near town. K. J. Alexander has been suf- fering from an attack of chills and fever this week. Mit Parker, one of Brazos bot- tom's prominent farmers, was on our street...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News-Chronicle — 15 July 1898

r~r SOULLESS MONLY OLIGARCHY THAT MUES TMC WORLD. MitMi it Employs. M • it lorn.—A Vein (cm The following' i taken from a powerful article written for the June Arena by John Clark Rid path. The entire article it* wel worth perusal, but it is too leng- thy for reproduction here: For some time it baa been my purpose when opportunity should offer to call the attention of the American people to the fact that they are no longer under the gov- «rnment of an American republic. They have passed under another «cepter. They are the subjects of another power—a power un« ■seen, but felt in hall and hamlet, by every man and woman, by «very parent and child, by every nabob and wage serf within the borders of United States and throughout the world. Aye, more. I would if I could transmit this message respect* ing the condition which has come to pass in our own country to «very nation in the world and «ay with equal emphasis that in that country also to which the message is borne neither its gov- er...

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