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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - August 31, 1899, Defiance, Ohio
J def i an vol. I. , Thursday August 31 i89s no 33 Mooney a Gavel sets in motion the machinery the big convention. Also sounds the keynote in a speech reviewing issues stale and National import. Gathering a Large one. Democratic hosts throng the great Hall to the very doors. The struggle for first place. Mclean men win out in the District meetings and claim an easy Victory but the opposition control the organization. Zanesville o., aug. 30.�?memorial Hall was crowded to the doors when the delegates to the big democratic state convention were called to order. Visitors were hand at an Early hour but. The delegates after a night skirmishing were rather tardy in taking their seats. The great Hall was profusely decorated in the National colors and the stage were noticed prominent Politi colonel James Kilbourne. Clans the state and Large pictures men High in the councils the party both living and dead. After addresses Welcome were delivered Rev. Father Kearney P., invoked the divine Blessing upon the assemblage. Next was introduced Hon. William t. Mooney temporary and permanent chairman the convention who responded by a speech in which he reviewed issues National and state importance. The speaker held his audience Well and his remarks were frequently interrupted with applause. Or. Mooney said there will be today no contest Aslo the platform declarations which our party shall make. There is no difference opinion. The democratic party Ohio stands squarely upon every Plank the Chicago platform 1890. We believed it then Aud we believe it now. The people who sent us Here do not believe in u double Standard democracy. In 1890 the test was a Are you Loyal to the platform a and that is the Ohio test today. We believe that the de monetization Silver in this country in 1873 was accomplished by fraud and crime that the action was taken without any demand from consent by the people the United states and we decline to believe that blessings have flowed will flow from legislation so procured and so enacted. We still distrust the new found solicitude England to promote our material welfare and we deny the right the British parliament to participate in the government this Union in monetary other matters. Silver question. The leaders the Republican party Are committed to a Bauk currency. Not being Able to go into partnership with Europe the Silver question and recognizing their inability to Cone with the question them a to women May keep Young the real secret Youthful features in women is regular menstruation. If there is an irregularity any nature if the menses be suppressed too scanty too profuse painful a the trouble will show in the face. The eyes will be encircled with Black the St in Sallow blotches and pimples will appear and the sufferer although Young in years will appear old in looks. The unfailing remedy is Bradfi Elry a female regulator t cures All ills the womanly ans falling the womb leu Cor Hoea Whites and bearing Down Ains. Cures backache headache i and nervousness All which Are be to weakness in the same organs j Large bottles Are wild by druggists for i. Vue Bradfield regulator co., Atlanta a. J a Cive Tho republicans have resolved to i the Republican party must fail in ii do. Appoint a receiver for the Money question and their selection for a receiver not inappropriately to be the Banks the country. Of then has been an increase in the world s Supply Gold and if that increase Bas in any measure found its Way to our mints Nadif an increase in our Money Supply has contributed to our Prosperity As our adversaries state it follows that we wire right in 1896, when we contended that the Money Supply if increased would result in prosperous times. If it be added that the scale general prices excluding Only the commodities the manufacture and sole which is controlled by a Trust that the Settle general prices All other articles is still the a Ellne and it be further considered that India Bas been forced by the Money Power England to go to the Gold Standard and Hie Hank England has been for some time and is now making frantic efforts to Supply from other sources a Gold Reserve for its Vassal thus reducing this country a distributive share it must follow that we Are right now in our Contention for recognition the White Metal. We Are pointed to n business revival in the United states and it is argued that Thor makes most strongly against our position. That there has been a revival none will deny and that the revival is not con fined to this country our adversaries will certainly not contend. Revival Trade in Canada Germany and Mexico As Well As the United Stutes. Proves too much for the Republican party has nothing in pm with Germany holds Mexico As a a horrible example a and till it yields up a portion Alaska will not be re established cons Only terms with Canada. The business revival for which so much is claimed is naught but the reaction succeeding a world panic and a world famine. Ruch re actions always come Are always marked and Are sometimes spasmodic. Busiest revived after the panics �?T73, �?T84 and �?T87, Btl remember Waves ride the ebbing As Well As the flowing tides. The existence the revival fails As evidence to it Stabile ration that it is apprised to trusts. We charge that the Republican party As at present cont roiled stands for indeed it Bas not already entered into an Anglo american Alliance. The democratic Wirty has no desire to adopt for the uniter states upon any subject governmental concern any but an american ,.cy, we have no desire we perceive no necessity to Aid Britain in Tim maintenance a British policy anywhere and with full Confidence in the strength our cause and country we ask no Aid from Britain in maintaining an american policy anywhere that it is necessary desirable to maintain one. Adhere to the Monroe doctrine. We Are Loyal to the counsels Washington s Farewell add roes. We Are not prepared to accept the ancient antagonisms England As our own nor to participate with her in Lier new found hates envies and at this juncture when England sees its Power slipping away and in receives with alarm tin great Advance German manufacture in the worlds Trade we Hove not discovered any reason Why a it should Side with England and oppose the and Vance Germany. We oppose i he Anglo american Alliance we would equally oppose any other Alliance and our motto will continue to be in the future As in the past Quot one Flag one it country and one philippine Wab. General is. B. Finley. The fact Trace will continue. Proper conditions Are need Saiy to support and maintain it. And Ai increase in Trade requires inevitably an increase in the medium through Winch Trade is carried . Concede however that we Are increasing our Stock Money admit that the balance Trade will continue in our favor and will continue to Supply to us a Bai Anee in Gold. Is there then any reason Why this country May not establish and maintain an american monetary policy in this undeveloped country Money is required to establish As Well As to carry enterprises and Money must lie borrowed if interest must be paid let it by borrowed and paid Here to be returned without de crease again and again into the Field our activities and to be used again and again in the further development and in furthering the Prosperity our own country. The Silver question is not dead and till men cease to think till tile american people Are willing to take their Laws from Britain till the Republican party recognizes that not the existence but tile distribution wealth makes Prosperity till ease comes to the agricultural classes till a fair wage is paid to the Mechanic and till Content and satisfaction come to those who toil to it ii Silver is restored to its proper place in the coinage tin democratic party will stand by the Chicago platform. The trusts. The Money question is not however the Only question in this Campaign. Everything from Pine lands to peanuts from steel rails to sardines from Straw Board to sugar from tin cans to tobacco from crackers to chewing gum has been organized into a Trust. Not Only Are these aggregations wealth intended to control prices and to beat Down wages but in politics they threaten to affect our liberties. We care informed by an eminent Republican who professes to know his own business that no inimical Issue can be made the Trust question. And Why not because it is ineffectual because the state can nor control its creatures because these giant corporations have too much Power Tho Republican party is in Power in the state and nation. Why does it not instead denouncing the trusts paper prosecute them in the courts and Why does it not hold up the hands officers who try in this respect to do their duty but is not All this in line with Liat was to to expected to be consistent must not tile Republican party favor the trusts to pay a debt gratitude must not that party be in condemning the doctrine imperialism we in no manner abandon our soldiers in the Field. But at the same time whenever a purse proud Trust controlled administration dares array our Flag forces against a people lighting for the god Given right to Rule themselves whenever the sum 1 it i a Peoples offending is that they desire to be free it will be the duty the democratic party to be Brave enough to expose the pretence to tear the mask from the covered face fraud and greed and avarice and proclaim that the recognition such a War for such purposes is in american and must be brought to a close. We proclaim that there shall be beneath our Flag no slaves no subjects no colonists who can not is citizens and lest we lie late we proclaim it now. Commercial Empire must not be placed before principle the doctrine the recognition which made us a great free people must not be ignored departed from limited and we profess our lasting adherence to the doctrine that ail men Are created free and equal we affirm that tin War in the Philippines As at present conducted is one criminal aggression and we find no difference in the situation the administration occupies than the orc occupied by Spain in the Philippines i it fore tin surrender. Whatever rights we have were acquired by Purchase from Spain cur is no higher. We declare that while no proclamation has been made the fact is that this administration intends to hold the Klander a a dependency that tile prosecution the War is a part a political scheme and the governing it those islands is to lie used As a manner payment for political services. The is 5, ii service is not intended to apply the import Itic the Cue sign till year mix not be underestimated. This is the year beginning the Triumph 1009 for democracy a cause and democracy a candidate the issues Are made tip the Peoples interests and tile present inefficiencies and blunders. The questions involved Arr the Hope the people for the future the possibility their Prosperity the maintenance their liberties the questions involved Are the Hope a people for the future the possibility their Prosperity tin maintenance their liberties the existence the fundamental principles upon which this government is founded. The name the candidate for the presidency next year appears in the resolutions every convention held by tin democracy lids year in the state Obi. True to the people devoted to their interests gifted with Wisdom to discern the right and possessed eloquence and courage to declare Aud defend it the exponent every principle declared to in democratic the uncompromising foe to ail at variance with tin Peoples Best interest the unquestioned Leader a reunited democracy ids name Fem bios upon your lips and Trust and Confidence in his honesty and capacity abide in your hearts an Ideal candidate stronger in defeat than i opponent in Victory he is demanded by the de Moerley Ohio and tin desk Mcraey tile country As our Standard bearer in 1900�? William Jennings Bryan Ruder the Banner the democracy we enlist wit ii him As our Leader and tills Days work will make an appropriate and fitting beginning for next year when at that gnat tribunal the Peoples will the ballot Box the error 1890 will be corrected and tin ill considered and unjust judgment then rendered will be reversed. For the trusts must not iat party which favored a Tariff to eliminate Competition so that the favourites the government might plunder the pockets the people be in favor trusts while they take the people by the Throat is Hanna against the trusts carry the news to Nurt. Hanna against the trusts in these latter Days do men gather grapes thorns figs thistles we charge that the trusts the country own this administration and that their title to it was acquired by Purchase and until . Hanna is dethroned we insist that the trusts will continue As now to be in Possession their property so acquired. That the trusts can be controlled by the states Only and not by the general government is a matter no consequence to us if they can be controlled at All the Republican party is at fault. So Long As the attorney general Tho United states is selected and inducted into office because he is a Trust lawyer and so Long As an attorney general the state Ohio is retired to private life because he has undertaken in this respect to enforce the Law com Jii it be e 31e it i los. Congressman Norton Defeated for permanent chairman. Zanesville o., aug. 30.�? lie result the contest for the democratic gubernatorial nomination was decisively forecaster in the preliminary meetings tuesday night. The Mclean men carried a Large majority the 21 congressional districts and control not Only the convention but also the party machinery in Ohio till the next presidential election since the members All the committees were selected and through them All the officers the convention. It is quite probable that the name . Mclean will be presented to the convention very briefly. Or. Mclean does not know who will present i. Name. Mclean does not believe much in speeches. He says he would prefer to have his name presented without commendation a word comment. General a. J. Warner will present the name colonel Kilbourne in a stirring speech and much eloquence will be expended the other candidates. The committee permanent organization decided to report to the convention As Fallows for permanent chairman judge w. Mooney St. Mary sch defeating congressman Norton by a vote 12 to 9 for permanent Secretary w. L. Finley Bucy Fps defeating by a vat1 12 to 9 Thomas j. Cogan Cincinnati. W. E. Decker Paulding for assistant Secretary. A. A. Sheller Columbus for sergeant at arms and Vav Fen Kenan for assistant were selected without opposition. The Kilbourne men and other anti Mclean men claim this As a 12 to 9 Victory As . Norton and Thomas Cogan Are known to be Strong Mclean men. The latter say they can afford to be magnanimous that judge Mooney is impart Val and there is no objection to him As was the Case with Norton who had become very offensive to some anti my Ean men. There had been Rome hostile talk about the use the median men might make the organization the balloting and the opposition was conceded the Man to keep the counting. There also had been talk about the median men through the local committee getting Moat the tickets to pack the Hall and one the Kilbourne men from Columbus was made sergeant at arms with a Mcl Ean Man from Cincinnati As his first assistant. The mix an men say they fought for everything in sight at the District meetings and now they Are working to get All in line for the election and want to leave with As perfect Harmony As possible. The report the committee rules limits All speeches to ten minutes. The Mclean men organized the state committee 14 to 5, with two contested absentees. An unanimous report was made the plan for party organization recommending that the convention again refer it to the state committee. The committee credentials was in session All night. The median men Are not giving anything away and were taking everything the committee credentials. There were about too votes contested. The committee organized by electing sex con Gressman d. D. Donavin As chairman and John Shine As Secretary by a vote 14 to 5, and the two contested districts not voting. Donavin and Shine Are two Mclean s managers and the lines were strictly drawn in tills committee everything but there will be a minority report presented to the convention from this committee. The committee resolutions spent the night hearing representatives t f labor organizations tax reformers and other specialists including even Tho latter Day interpreters the a Golden a sub Eor Mittee was appointed to draft a platform. This subcommittee consists Allen Smalley James Johnson w. T. Hackney s. Burtsfield a. W. Patrick Wallace Burch m. A. Daugherty and a. D. Marsh. There were several unpleasant passages Between leaders notably one Between congressman John j. Lentz and Allen w. Thurman. Looks like War. Johannesburg aug. 30. A newspaper Here credits general Lambert the commander in Thi f the Transvaal forces and vice president the Republic with the statement that although he is personally desirous to do everything to preserve peace tin situation is such that the Republic must be prepared for War. Islands successor. Jefferson City mo., aug. 30.�?returns received from the eighth Missouri a Derrict in which an election was Beld to fill the unexpired term in Congress Richard p. Bland deceased show that Dorsey w. Shackleford a has been elected Over w. J. Voshall a by 2,2 ,0 plurality. Result a feud. Ban fran Cis co aug. 30.�?j. F. Turner a real estate Agut this City was shot and kill d by Joseph Frena a Barber As the re lit a Long standing feud arising from a land Deal in Fresno and Sonoma counties. Tinier in Samoa. Auckland aug. 29.�?All is quiet in Samoa. The officials Are working harmoniously. Business is prosperous and a Large amount copra is being made. The Only warships Here arc the German protect d Cruiser Cormorant and the British armed Sloop Torch. Bad breath a i have been lining Casca Beti and is a mild and effective laxative they Are simply wonderful Aly Dau Titer and i were bothered with sick stomach and our breath was very bad. Atter taking a few doses Cascara we have improved wonderfully. Tin y Are great help in the Laidly. Wilhelmina Nao Al. 1187 Kitten Houby St., Cincinnati. Ohio. Candy cathartic r lain Mimio Tao Comto Trade Mark for re re it. Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Do Good never sicken weaken Gripe Loe. 2ic. 00ccure constipation. Stirling heard company Birago outre. New Fork. 316 sold and guaranteed by All drug he i u Dav gifts to Cuka. Tobacco habit. Fell by the Wayside did several witnesses examined in the trial Captain Dreyfus. Testimony disappointed defense former senator freycinet the White Moum French politic by Ruddles the Fence to the prisoner s Chagrin. Rennes aug. 30.�?neither aide was pleased with the outcome the proceedings before the court martial that is trying Captain Dreyfus. The Dreyfu cards expected that colonel Corder who was Deputy chief the intelligence department under the late lieutenant colonel Henry would testify that the Bordereau was received directly by the late colonel Sandherr. Had the expectation been realized the testimony would have been a Strong Point in favor the accused Berat be it would have been a reply to the anti Dreyfu Sards who have All along contended that Henry received the Bordereau and forwarded it to Sandherr a thing he would not have done had the Bordereau been As the Dreyfu Sards assert written by hts accomplice Esterhazy for in that it vent Henry would have recognized the handwriting when he received the Bordereau from the German embassy and would have suppressed it instead forwarding it to Sandherr. Colonel Cordier however to stifled that he was absent from the intelligence department when the Bordereau arrived but that he believed it was received by Henry. Naturally this statement elated the anti Dreyfu Sards but they had no Good reason to congratulate themselves upon the a it minder cordite re a testimony As it was wholly in favor Dreyfus. On the other hand the profession generals and officers the general staff who demand d an Opportunity to confirm colonel Cordier was a Good pit be tactics from the Point View anti Dreyfu Sards because All the Points they contested were not the first importance yet their very App Arance in the stage and the contradiction Sorm Ordiers a statements left a disagreeable impression. The appearance Genera Mer Der to question colonel Cordier ame is a Surprise to Many the audience who had supposed that after last saturdays scene when merrier was confronted with Captain Freystetter he would remain quiet. But Merci a is game to the death. His action is interpreted As intended to show that he is not going to throw up the sponge. The part he played in 1894 lays him Royal t absolute in Durf baking \ powder absolutely pure makes the food More delirious and wholesome Sherwood the Alert base Ball aggregation Wae wiped off the Earth by the North Defiance crescents sunday. Mrs . Lehman Ney visited Here thursday and Friday last week. Only the Hub factory was burned and not the for cars wheels As published last week. We understand the factory will be rebuilt outbreak in Domingo reported defeat a Force government troops is confirmed. General Peppin forced to flee. There in some Little talk the Basket factory being moved sooth this Winter. Native Azaert that the uprising la devoid the personal poll to Beatrice and Lottie Metz returned Home saturday after a three week s visit in Hicksville. Elva Rentz is Home again after a Short visit in and around Ney. Or. And mrs. Hover drove to Dupont sunday where they will visit friends for a few Days. The arc will take in the excursion to Dayton. Tuesday. Whooping cough is in town. Al Whit Man s children have it. Dave Openlander w8h in Defiance. Monday. De Mccuskey drove to Bryan monday . And mrs. H Wendt attended Tho Grove meeting West town sunday. Cal a Leivent Only desiring Good government. Cape haitian Haiti aug. 30.�?news has reached Here from Santo Domingo confirming the report the defeat by the revolutionists general Peppin in command a government Force who lost thirty men killed and had forty his soldiers captured. In addition general Peppin was compelled to abandon a Convoy provisions. Further fighting has taken place near Monte Christi Between the revolutionists under general Davarro and government troops commanded by general Gelito. To be depended upon. Because it is the experience a Defiance citizen and can readily be investigated. Suppose you were an utter stranger in a Large City and had completely lost your Way whose guidance could you place the most Confidence in a stranger s lost like yourselves a resident s born and bred in the City when a ship reaches the offing a stranger port whose hand directs the Tiller and brings her Safe to her moorings a trusty pilots. Or a Greenhorn whose opinions experience and statements can the Reader depend upon the More those published by Bona fide Defiance citizens what Ira natives want. Kingston Jamaica. Aug. 30.�?n b. Lark Boston who has just arrived hero from Santo Domingo confirms Tho Roc ont advices As to the situation affairs in that Republic. He adds that the revolution is so essentially National and he void personal political Clement that the adherents Jim in / z art1 advising him not to come to Panto Domingo for the present. Whit the people Are clamouring for is Good government with financial sol fancy. With which that y associate the idea american annexation protect Oran. Or those originally drafted in every Hole open to arrest and this is a constant and Corner 0f the Union except our own topic discussion in the cafes and at other meeting places in Rennes. There App ars however to a Good reason Why the government will not take any such serious step until the trial is Over. Colonel Jou Aust president the court martial could adjourn the trial indefinitely if Mercier who is an important witness were arrested. If the trial were adjourned for More than forty eight hours it would lapse and the proceedings would have to be gone r again from the to finning. Everybody was the qui Vive to hear the testimony Charles de freycinet senator former Premier former minister foreign affairs and former minister War. This adroit politician the Quot White mouse Defiance and its suburbs read this Defiance Case . Frank Weisenburger who resides at 740 Perry Street travelling Salesman for the Globe Cash Register company Detroit says a a one Day when i was Home i picked up a Defiance paper and happened to read about Doans kidney pills. I said to my wife a a i am going to get a Box and see if they will do my kidney trouble any Good a. I had suffered from this affliction for years and besides trying Many different remedies i had taken other kinds treatment but evidently did not help me. I cannot say that i had much Faith in any pills doing me Good but they proved the Best French politics sat upon the Unco As remedy i Ever used and cured me in Well As he could. His expression a fear that the Dreyfus agitation would injure tie discipline the army greatly annoyed the Dreyfu Sards As calculated to influence the Quot judges against the accused. But he followed it with j a Eulogy the Pioneer the Dreyfus Campaign m. Scheurer Kestner former vice president the Senate whose Cha act r he said he held in the highest esteem. M. Labori then secured another Concession favourable to Dreyfus by getting m. De freycinet to admit that he could not recall a single fact going to prove that Money had been sent into France from abroad to promote a Campaign in favor Dreyfus. The Quot general feeling however is that his appearance the witness stand has not materially helped the accuse d. Short order. If sufferers from kidney trouble Only go to Woodward s drug and get Doans kidney pills they can depend upon the promised results a a Doan s kidney pills for Sale by All dealer 30 cent a Box. Mailed receipt Price by Foster Milburn co Buffalo n y. Sole agents for the c. S remember the name Doans so and take no substitute Wmk m amond. Now the Conte resulted in the various leagues. s. W. L. Pc. Cli by. W l. Pc Brook in .02 it idea. 57 57500 Host. 7n 42 .625 Pitts. 55 58 .487 Phi la 71 44 .618 n. Y____4> 61 .445 Baho 43. It is Louis. 49 62 .440 it Hill cd 4t. 5 55 Wash. 59 73 .347 8t. L. C l 53 .5 to Cleve. 19 98 .159 at Cleckl a in a Al Ile. Cleveland ii int i 0 0 to i 0 7 Boston. 2 0 0 2 0 0 9 to i batteries Kin goer and Duncan Nichols and Bergen. Snyder and Megarr. Second games it. Ii e. Cleveland. 0 0 2 0 1 0 0�? 3 12 5 Boston i i 2 7 111. 2 batteries Colliflower and Duncan Meek in and Chirk. Snyder and met j Arr. A i it. Loi is it. H. E. St. I. i 0 2 0 i i 0 2 7 13 5 Washington. 3 2 1 0 0 4 2 1 13 12 4 batteries Powell and Criger Doneen and Roach. Manassau and Connolly. At Chicago it. Ii. It Chica. 00000000 2�? 2 7 5 new York 2 0 i 0 0 0 3�? to 9 3 batteries Garvin and Donahue Gettig and Wilson. Of Day and Mcdonald. At Pitts in kill ii e. Pitts i my .2 i 0 0 0 0 0 0�? 3 8 y Brooklyn i it 0 2 0 0 0 2�? 0 to 3 batteries Leever and be braver maj Aneg and Farrell Gaffney and Latham at Louisville it. Ii. E. Louisville. 0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0 in 7 la 3 Philadelphia .3 0 0 1 0 0 0 it 8 13 4 bar lories Woods and Zimmer Piatt and Mcfarland. Emslie and Dwyer. At Cincinnati. It. In e. Of tie Inmei 0000000 4�? 4 4 i Baltimore. 0 1 0 0 2 1 0 0 in 5 12 3 batteries Hawley Pelt and Wood kit Robinson. Swartz nod Aud Hunt. Pou recruiting rapidly. Washington aug. 30.�?although recruiting for tha ten new Volunteer regiments has not yet been actively started in All parts the country 2,7g4 men have already been secured for this Quot regiments. Additional recruiting stations arc being established in different parts the country an i it is expected that the enrolment troops will Progress rapidly from now . Negro Kex ecu Ted. Chattanooga. Tenn., aug. 30.�?jo&Quot Carroll a negro was executed in the jail Here for the murder Josie Alexander a to Segrest Lait May. I poops still guard. Darien. Ga., aug. 30.�?four troops cavalry have been ordered to relieve to it infantry n duty a Quot re since last thursday. The cavalry will be mid r command colonel Tawton the first Georgia regiment and will remain us Long As it is deemed necessary to keep tie Ops for the preservation order. Exodus front Tho Ivan Vaal. Cape town aug 39.�?a pitiable scene was witnessed at the railway station the arrival from Johannesburg 750 children whose parents Are too poor to come themselves. It is estimated that 13,000 people have left the Transvaal since the crisis began. In the House Assembly the government announced that it was considering a proposal to a re greater facilities for women and children to leave Johannesburg. Western league. Ai mimic Al a Minneapolis 0 Detroit 0. At Milwaukee Milwaukee 8 Buffalo to. At St. Paul is. Paul 3 Indianapolis 2. At k Mas Ltd to Kansas City 7 grand rapids 8. I ii t Erst at e league. At be Svca ii it. A tie 7 Toledo 5. At we. I m win i Ling 7 Dayton 5. A Man m an fold a Springfield. 2. At Youngstown Youngstown 8 fort Way ii.-, la. S a no a fort Wayne 8 Youngstown turf winners. A Chicago wig to Eorio. Jolly Roger Georgic lovable Kings Highway. At six a a head Bay Montour Box Gonfalon Mcleod dare Semper ego Wol a mad. Tho outlier. For Ohio and West Virginia unsettled probably showers winds mostly fresh Easterly. I Indiana and Kentucky a probably showers fresh cast to South winds. Or Castoria for infants and children. The kind you Han always Bough bears Jie signature j a
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