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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 11 November 1892

LSI THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, ,1892. The Weekly Ghr onie THE DALLES, OKKGON LOCAL ANI PERSONAL. From the Daily Chronicle, Friday. Messrs. Wilcox and Mackin, of Kent are in the city". Mr. James Jordan of Dufur, paid us a pleasant call today. Phil Smith, oneof The Dalles pioneers ' in very ill at the Cosmopolitan. The Dalles now has a bill poster, regulation brusli and paste artist. The last of the strawberries for this season at The Dalles, came in today A number of empty cars went up at noon today for an excursion in Idaho to morrow. Mr. McCo'rkel is buying wheat at his mill. He turns out a fine quality of flour now. Scotty Donaldson a sick man from the interior was provided for comfortably by Judge Blakeley today. Judge O'Day arrived on the noon train, and will speak democracy at the Court house this evening. Hon. Ralph Dement was a passenger 11 r tndav. oh a trio to Burns. He is not armed, and has no body guard with him Judge Bradshaw says that Crossen told...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 11 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. Ihe Weekly Ghroniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Entered at the Poetoffiee at The Dalles, Oregon, . aa second-class matter. . - SUBSCRIPTION KATES. BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID) IK ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year I SO 6 months.. " 8 " Iaily, 1 year.. ...... " 6 months per 0 75 0 50 6 00 3 00 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE." The Dalles, Oregon. CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY. The official report of the recent -eleventh convention of the Young Peo ples Society of Christian Endeavor, just published, furnishes some very interest ing data. This convention was an event to which the attention of religious peo ple all over the civilized world was turned. Simply in the matter of num bers it was a wonderful convention. There were 25,000 attendants upon it. Theeewere drawn from 21,000 societies scattered over the globe. There were delegates from Aeia, Africa, Australia and Japan. - Less than ten years ago this society had a total...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 11 November 1892

.(7? THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1892. ASLEEP AT HIS POST. A Braieian on TneMacMw Railway - Cause! a Disaster. A . GRAVEL TRAIN' TELESCOPED. What a Plugged Ten Cent Piece Done On a Columbus Line. TBI KIDS BAND OF APACHES FIGUT Anarchists Again at Work in Paris Stage Held Up The Chilean Ministry etc. Greenville, O., Nov. 8. A north bound passenger train on tlte Mackinaw railroad telescoped a north-bound gravel train yesterday evening about one mile south of this city. The engine pulling the gravel train ran out of coal and cnt loose and ran into town and coaled up, and while being turned jumped the track and was unable to get back to the track. John Dougherty, brakeman of the gravel train, was asleep in the cab oose, instead of being back flagging the passenger train, whichjwas nearly due, The passenger train came along at the rate of forty miles an hour, and the grav el train was not seen in time to stop the passenger engine. It dashed through the caboose, wher...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 11 November 1892

in THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 18G2. THE FINAL ISSUE. This is tie Last Day in f Men to Con - siderthe Subject. NOW LET US REASON TOGETHER. Take for Instance the Matter of For eign Prices of Our Implements. THE LITTLE CUSS LIED, THAT'S ALL Jk. Hobby of the "Anything to Beat Harrison" Party Folly and Plainly Discussed. . The free-trade, tariff-for-revenue-only, tariff- for -revenue -with-incidental-pro-tection, peoples-party, anything-to-beat-' Harrison democrat, has undertaken daring this campaign, to answer the claim of republican protectionists that American industries need protection in order to succeed, by the bare delaration that American-made agricultural ma chinery and implements, by reason of the protective tariff, are sold in South America and even in Australia at a less retail price than at the door of the fac tory here. This old argument (?)has been answered too many times to re quire an answer now, and yet, like all other fakes, it always finds taker...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 November 1892

' :J- ' ; ; . iiinii VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. NUMBER 49. 1WAR IS The' Argentine Eepnhlic to Inyelye Chili anil Pem. . PERU IS IN FIXE FIGHTING TRIM. Vigorous Recruiting Going On in the Argentine Republic. ARMING WITH FEVERISH HASTE. Chill Tardily Opening Her Eye to the threatened Inaslon Other Topics of Interest. Panama, Nov. 10. According toad vices from Chili, a war is imminent be tween the Argentine Republic and Peru on one side and Chili on the other. Peru is perfectly well armed, and her forces have recently received 100,000 Mannlicber rifles of the latest pattern, toeether with other formidable machines of war. A Chilian gentleman just ar rived from Peru states that in that re public the approaching war with Chili affords the staple for conversation, and in fact a pretense of friendship is only put forth as- a means of gaining time. In the Argentine Republic vigorous re cruiting of both natives and foreigners is being prosecuted, and the govern m...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. BLUE RIBBON HORSES The Great National . Show Ops in. a Blaze of Glory Tonight A PROFIT BEFORE THE DOORS OPEN After the Entrance Fees and Box Sales Which Cat Quite a Figure. . EVERY CLASS PRACTICALLY FULL An Array of New and Curious Turn-outs The Brain of Vehicle Architects ' Active Minor Mention. Special to Tub Chronicle.! New Yokk, Nov. 14. When the doors of Madison Square Garden open this evening, the scene within will be one of extraordinary interest. It is the open ing night of the eighth annual exhibi tion of the National Horse Show Asso ciation, and every class is practically full, the entries including the finest an iraals ever seen at an exhibition of this kind :'n America. The amount to be distributed in prizes this year is over $.'55,000, which is more than has ever before been offered by any horse show in the world. Last year the prizes aggregated $20,000. Among the thoroughbreds entered are Saxony by Saxon; imported...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 November 1892

THE DAliliES WEEKLY CHRONICLE," "PRIBAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. 9 The Weekly Chronicle. THB DALLI8, LOCAL AXD PKRSOSAX. From the Daily Chronicle, Tuesday Mr. R. A. Laughlinof Wapinitia, is in the city. Vr. M. K. McLeod of Kinesley, 18 in the city. ' Ur. and Mrs. W. H. H. Dufar left lor home this morning. CDt. Sherman took the helm on the steamer Regulator this morning. Sunshine and shadows alternate to day. With little drops of water from skyward. At Bake Oven at three o'clock yester day morning it was snowing, and the iall continued briskly until 6 a. m J. B. Hosford late of the Moro Obser ver, and F. M. Bixbv present editor of that wide awake journal, are in the city Thus. Cailaehan. who is farming ex tensively in Sherman county, will win ter his stock at Duf ur the coming season. Messrs. B. F. Laughlin and H. Glenn, f the D. P. and A. N. Co., leave for Portland in the morning by the steamer Regulator. Don't let the weather be an excuse for remaining away from the entertainment at the...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. The Weekly Ghroniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Entered at the Postoffice at The Dalles, Oregon, as second-class matter. . SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BT KAIL (POSTAGE PBKPAID) IN ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year : 1 60 " 6 months..'. - 7o 3 " 0 50 Tlnilv. 1 vfiar. 6 00 " 6 months 3 00 per 0 Address all communication to " THE C1IRON ICLE," The Dalles, Oregon. Michigan has for five yearB past had upon its statute hooks a provision de signed to promote the use of wide tires upon the wagons used upon its highways, In place of compulsory enactment it was deemed wise to make it for the pecuniary . interest of the users of the roads to use wide instead of narrow tirep, and premium was accordingly put upon such use in the remission of a part of the highway tax. The law provides that all persons who shall use only lumber wagons on the public highways of the state with rims not less than three ches in width, for hauling loads exceed ing 800 pounds...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 November 1892

CS THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1S92. The Weekly Ghroniele. TIIK DALI.ES, - - - . OREGON LOCAL AKD PEB80SAI. ... From the Duily Chronicle, Friday. - C. P. Balch of Dufur is in the city. W. M. Barnett, tlie -Wasco banker, is in the city. Hay creek gave 25 majority for Har rison. Hay creek has wool to sell. Van Horn is again in the city to the delight of ladies having pianos to tune. If you want a safe moved quickly em ploy Charley Fonts and Frank Egan. There are two prohibitionist in Wamic ; the next election there will be 202. J. C. Lucky, of the Warm Springs agency, passed through for Portland last night. The Lewiston Teller and the Orego nian are etill discussing the price of vire nails. H. E. Hayes, the Alliance state lect urer of Salem, an old time tillicum, is in the city. Wamic gave Cleveland three majority. Don't forget Wamic when the state is made up. Wasco county has as pood an article of tire clay as can be found in Germany, but we didn't know it till ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 November 1892

(,) THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. The Weekly Ghroniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Frof. T. L. Washburne, of the ex peri jaent station of the state agricultural college at Corval lis states that, during the season just passed, they have saved at least 85 per cent, of the apples with three or four sprayings. Twenty cents per tree for old and full grown trees will overthe expense of spraying for the season. By this it is seen that the ex pense of spraying is really nothing. In this town today a bushel of apples free from the codlin moth will sell for twenty ents more a bushel than in which the odlin has done his work. The differ ence on one bushel of apples will pay the expense of spraying the entire tree through the season. Onr fruit growers aauet adopt this means of extermination f the pest or onr market must be sup plied from some other territory. Hund reds of apple trees can be found in this onnty on which the entire crop has been destroyed by the co...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 November 1892

(71 THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1892. CATHOLIC CONCLAVE. ArcMiisliops of Tie United States in Annnal ConnclL THE GATHERING IN XEW YORK CITY. The Great Questions in The Church Which Will be Discussed. CARDINAL GIBBONS TO PKKS1DK. Most Iter. W. H. Gross, Archbishop of Ore Ron, Present Secret Society Problem. - DENTISTRY IN TDK DALLES. Sfpecinl to The chronicle. New York, Nov.' 10. Fourteen arch hisbops will be entitled to seats in this week's annual gathering and only one of these willfnot represent a diocese of the United States. This is Monsignor Satolli, Archbishop of Lepanto. There are questions of momentous importance coming up for discussion, and the first will be the school question, which has now for over a year divided the clergy and laity into bitter factions. Arch bishop Ireland has fought the battle of the liberal element and he is said to have on his side the faculty of the Washington university, and even Cardinal Gibbons. Archbishop Corrigan may be ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 18 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1802. A HORRIBLE STORY. PETITION TO COXGBE8S. Inrfler and Cannibalism Reprted in Bessarabia. TWO CHILDREN THE VICTIMS. Four People Killed in a North Caro lina Election Fight A SEA LION 1ST LAKE MICHIGAN. Supposed to Be the One Whicn oped From Lincoln Park Chicago Other News. I2s- St Petersburg, Nov. 11. A horrible story of cannibalism comes from Bessar abia. A woman named Akkerman, a giantess in stature and strength, ap plied for shelter at the house bia peas ant woman named Yooreski fe'ariera. They became friendly and the peasant went out to get a fresh supply of vodka when one lot gave out. In her absence Akkerman killed the peasant's baby, sucked its blood and devoured part of its body. As the peasant re-entered the hut, she saw Akkerman trying to kill her three-year-old girL The mother tried to defend her offspring, but the giantess thrust her aside and killed the little girl with a bludgeon. The peas ant, left a raving maniac, t...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1892

fit fj syAy. VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, FKID AY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. NUMBER 50. URGENCY OF CANALS Wean and ReliaWe later Coimnni- eation Necessary. HOW THEY DEVELOP THE COUNTRY the Erie, Canal Itself the Best Evi dence of Its Right to Exist. ETERT YEAlt BRINGS EVIDENCE or th Inadequate Railway Facilitie tu JUi the Increasing Business .r the Country. Special t Tiik Chronicle. . New Yobk, Nov. 18. The import ance of the Erie canal to N. Y., is shown by the Buffalo convention of a few weeks ago, and may perhaps have been . reflected in the vote of . .the state north of the Harlem. 'The Buffalo convention pertinently called attention to the great canal works being constructed in Europe and to the mag nificent traffic of the Sault Ste. Marie and St. Clair canals in this country. It therefore urged on the people of New York the election of legislators favorable to giving the canal the improvements it needs to keep in the front rank as a commercial factor. The Buffalo convention need not ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. MONOPOLIES SUFFER Henry Clews Talis of MaMe Con- fosion Following tie Election. WALL ST. TO DISCOUNT THE WORST Favorable Factors of the Problem Will Follow the First Reaction. FREE RAW MATERIALS EXPECTED Dnainal Caution Anticipated in Every Branch of Business in Deferment of the Change. Special to The Ciironicli New Yobk, Nov. 21. Henry Clews, in discussing the election in connection with speculation on Wall street enter ' tains the view that owing to the differ - ences in party and economic standpoints from which the new situation is con sidered, there is much difference in opinion as to the outcome and the drift of affairs during the interim preceding the promised new legislation ; and this conflict of views begets some confusion and uncertainty. As usual, under the uncertainties attending a new set of conditions, Wall street is disposed to discount the worst probabilities, but also counts upon a second operation based on the...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1892

C3) THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOTEMBER 25, 1892. The Weekly Chroniele. THE DAJLT.EB, OREGON LOCAL AND PEK80SAL. From the Daily Chronicle, Tuesday. Capt. McNalty expects to leave for his farm in a few days to be with his in valid son George. Kent &. Bories entertainment com pany will be here for the first time on Thanksgiving eve. Mrs. G. L. Manns and son Boy, who have been visiting friends in Umatilla for the past week, returned last evening. Mr. F. D. Eehelman, county clerk of Yakima county, Wash., is on a visit in The Dalles to his brother, Dr. Eshelman. The teachers and pupils of the Wasco Independent Academy will give the annual costume party tomorrow evening in the academy hall. The store of Pease & Mays will close at 6 o'clock to night so as to give them time to get ready for the great sale that commences tomorrow. L. Bories, the advance agent of the Kent & Bories entertainment company, bas arrived and is making preparations at the Armory hall for Thanks...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. The WeeMy Chronicle. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BT MAIL (POSTAGE PBZPAID) IN ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year : ? 1 50 " 6 uonthii 0 75 g " 0 SO Daily, 1 year. COO " 6 months 3 00 " per " .' 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE." The Dulles, Oregon. WHY WE ARE THANKFUL. THE FOREIGN MINISTRY. E LKCTIII ill T V I N AVAR There is not a person in all the land of free America able to read President Har rison's proclamation, but whom will en dorse its every word. Truly have we much for' which to be thankful. Mr. Harrison says : "The gifts of God to our people during the past year have been so abundant and so special that the spirit of devout thanksgiving awaits not the call but only the appointment of a day, when it may have common expression. He has stayed pestilence at our doors. He has given us more love for free civit institu tutions, in the creation of which his di recting providence is so conspicuo...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1892

m THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. The Weekly Ghroniele, THE DALLES, - OREGON LOCAL AND PBKSOSAL. . From the Dally Chronicle, Friday. . Miss Anna Moore of Portland is in the city. . . The breeze is as gentle as zephyrlhis afternoon. Wanted by a lady : A position as nnrse. Inquire at Chboxicle office. Miss Lizzie Kicbards lias left The Dalles, and will reside in future in Port land. Soren J. Farre, a native of Denmark, became a citizen of the United States yesterday. Miss Maud French, daughter of Mr. D. M. French, left for Chicago last evening. The body of N. S. Becknell, whose sudden death on the 16th has been re corded, was shipped to friends in the east by express today. " Josh Hardy is doing some extra fine ' work on the democratic transparancies. You ought to see his rooster on top of the capital dome crowing for The Press. Purser John Hampshire of the Regu lator got left this -morning, as the boat leaves an hour later than usual we sup pose; and was oblig...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 18&2. The Weekly Ghfoniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTV. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY Xi.ll. (POSTAGE PREPAID) IN ADVANCE. Wkly, 1 yew- 1 1 50 44 6 months. 0 75 8 " 5 Daily, 1 year. 6 00 " 6 months. 3 00 nei " 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ' ICLE." The Dalles, Oregon. MAMMOTH AND FLOOD. On a recent trip to Malheur county Mr. C. E. Bayard visited the hydraulic nines now in operation at old El'dorado aty, and while there secured the two well-preserved samples of mastodon teeth which are on exhibition in The Chbon iclb window today. There is only one place outside the Inland Empire, where . better preserved remains are found of the mammoth, and that is Siberia, ac cording to Howorth's "Mammoth and Flood," in which a new theory is ad vanced with regard to the remains of mammoths and other large animals in the soil of Siberia. All over that great plain, wherever the ground is frozen hard, are found mammoths and other anim...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1892

THE DALLES -WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892. AN ALASKA VOLCANO Mine Incident in the Cruise of tne U. I R. M. Cutter Corwin. AT THE BIRTH OF A NEW VESUVIUS Fifty Miles From Cape SL John in Country as Yet Unexplored. IATA AND ASHES IK BIG QUANTITY The Schooner Helen Washed Ashore by an Earthquake Tidal Wave Near Cape Kunkoff. Sax Francisco, Nov. 21. The reve- h..a A..tl.n. lino .. ;ru1 Vl Qil offo uuc vulikci lAri niu una cult". an eight months' cruise in Alaskan waters. About the most exciting inci dents of the cruise took place September 14th, when the Corwin was off Sand Point. It was at the time that a new volcano broke out on the Alaskan penin sula, inland from Cape St. John. The birth of the volcano was marked by heavy shocks of earthquake which trem bled the country for many miles around. The Corwin was many miles at sea when the eruption began, and yet she got a very lively shaking up. itwas nearly a dead calm and about 9 o'clock at night when the ship began to tre...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 25 November 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY' CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1892.' THERMOMETERS ARE MANUFAC TURED WITH GREAT CARE. The j Are Mado Very Accurately, and. Thongh Quickly, Pass Through Mine teen Palm of Hands The Different Processes f the Instruments. 1 The making of a thermometer may be cither a delicate scientific operation, or one of the simplest tasks of the skilled tnechanic, according to the sort of ther mometer made. With the extremely sensitive and minutely accurate instru . ments designed for scientific uses great care is taken, and they are kept in stock -for months, sometimes for years, to be compared and recompared with instru ments that are known to be trustworthy. Bnt so much time cannot be spent over the comparatively cheap thermometers In common use, and these are made rap idly, though always , carefully. The method of manufacture has been so sys tematized within a few years that the very cheapest thermometer should not vary more than a fraction of a degree from the correct point...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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