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7 Dec 1899

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7 Dec 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - December 7, 1899, Defiance, Ohio Ii vol. , Thursday december 7 1899 no 5 2 cold Standard favored by Mckinley in his t message to Congress. A state paper import in which is reviewed at length All la the problems the Day. To. Numerous recommendations made finances trusts Tariff insular problems foreign isolation other important questions reviewed at length by chief executive. A a a Washington dec. 5.�?the annual message president Mckinley was sent to Congress at noon. It is an exhaustive document containing about 523,000 words is the longest executive instrument in the history the government. An intelligent synopsis follows to the Senate House representatives at the threshold your deliberations you Are called to mourn with your countrymen the death vice president Hobart who passed from this life the morning november 21 last. His great foul now rests in eternal peace. His private life was pure elevated while his Public career was Ever distinguished by Large capacity stainless integrity exalted motives. He has been removed from the High office which he honoured dignified but his lofty character his Devotion to duty his honesty purpose Noble Virtues remain with us a priceless legacy example. Outspoken for the Gold Standard. Increased activity in Industry with its Welcome attendant a larger employment for labor at higher wages gives to the body the people a larger Power to absorb the circulating medium. It is further True that year by year with larger areas land under cultivation the increasing volume agricultural products Cotton Corn wheat culls for a larger volume Money Supply. This is especially noticeable at the crop harvesting crop moving period. In its earlier history the National banking act seemed to prove a reasonable Avenue through which needful additions to the circulation could from time to time be made. Changing conditions have apparently rendered it now inoperative to that . The High margin in Bond securities required resulting from Large premiums which government Bonds command in the Market the tax note issues both operating together appear to be Tho influences which impair its Public Utility. The attention Congress is respectfully invited to this important matter with the View ascertaining whether not such reasonable modifications can be made in the National banking act As will Render its service in the particulars Here referred to More responsive to the Peop eds needs. I again urge that National Banks be authorized to organize with a capital $25,-obo. I urgently recommend that to support the existing Gold Standard to maintain a the parity in value the coins the two metals Gold Silver the equal Power every Dollar at All times in the Market in the payment debts a the Secretary the Treasury be Given additional Power charged with the duty to sell United states Bonds to employ such other effective Means As May be necessary to these ends. The authority hot Ltd include the Power to sell Bonds Long Aud Short time As conditions May require should provide for a rate interest lower than that fixed by the act january 14, 1875. While there is now no commercial fright which withdraws Gold from the government but Oil the contrary such widespread Confidence that Gold seeks the Treasury demanding paper Money in Exchange yet the very situation Points to the present As the most fitting time to make adequate provision to in Fure the continuance the Gold Standard Public Confidence in the ability purpose the government to meet All its obligations in the Money which the civilized world recognizes As the Best. The financial transactions the government Are conducted upon a Gold basis. We receive Gold when we sell United states Bonds use Gold for their payment. We Are maintaining the parity All the Money issued coined by authority the government. We Are doing these things with the Means at hand. Happily at the present time we Are not compelled to resort to Loans to us imly cold. It has been done in safety mothers Friend the Vertial liniments a True safeguard for expectant mothers. It helps them thro the Early stages without morning sickness As the critical hour approaches it relaxes relieves the overstrained Muscles. Labor is shortened robbed nearly All pain. Safe delivery is assured the danger rising swelled breasts entirely avoided. Quick recovery a Strong offspring Are certain. Druggists sell it for $1 a bottle. Send for our free illustrated Book the subject. Tee Bradfield regulator co. Atlanta a. The past however May have to be done in the future. To behoves us therefore to provide at e the Best Means meet the emergency when it arises the Best Means Are those which Are the most la. Those now authorized have the virtue neither directness nor Economy. We have already eliminated one the causes our financial plight embarrassment during the years 1893. 1894, 1895 1896. Our receipt now equal our expenditures deficient revenues no longer create alarm. Let us remove the Only remaining cause by conferring the full necessary Power the Secretary the Treasury impose upon him the duty to uphold the present Gold Standard preserve the coins the two metals a parity with each other which is the repeatedly declared policy the United states. In this connection i repeat my former recommendations that a portion the Gold holdings shall be placed in a Trust fund front which greenbacks shall be redeemed upon presentation but when once redeemed shall not thereafter be paid out except for Gold. After pronouncing for a Gold Standard the president urges Aid for the merchant Marine. Trusts. Combinations capital organized into trusts to control the conditions Trade among our citizens to stifle Competition limit production determine the prices products used consumed by the people. Are justly provoking Public discussion my should Early claim the attention the Congress. The Industrial commission created by the aet Tab Congress june 18, 1s9s, Bas been engaged in extended hearings upon the disputed questions involved in the subject combinations in restraint Trade Competition. They have not yet completed their investigation this subject the conclusions recommendations at which they May arrive Are undetermined. The subject is one giving Rise to Many divergent views As to the nature variety cause extent the injuries to the Public which May result from Large combinations concentrating More less numerous enterprises establishments which previously to the formation the combination were carried separately it is universally conceded that combinations which engross control the Market any particular kind merchandise commodity by suppressing natural Ordinary Competition whereby prices Are unduly enhanced to the general consumer a re obnoxious not Only to the common Law hut also to the Public welfare. There must be a remedy for the. Evils involved in such organizations if the present Law can be extended More certainly to control Check those monopolies trusts it should be done without delay. Whatever Power the Congress possesses Over this most important subject should be promptly ascertained asserted. It is apparent that uniformity legislation upon this subject in the several states is much to be desired. It is to be hoped that such uniformity founded in a Wise just discrimination Between what is injurious what is useful necessary in business operations May be obtained that Means May be found for the Congress within the limitations its constitutional Power so to supplement an effective code state legislation As to make a Complete system Laws throughout the United Shutes adequate to compel e general Observance the salutary rules to which i have retired. Foreign relations. A review our relations with foreign states is presented with such recommendations As Are deemed appropriate. The Long pending Boundary dispute Between the Argentine Republic Aud Chile was settled in March last by the award an arbitral commission which the United states minister at Buenos Ayre served As Umpire. Nicaragua canal. The contract the maritime canal company Nicaragua was declared forfeited by the nicaraguan government the 10th october the ground non fulfilment within Tho ten years term stipulated in the contract. The maritime canal company has lodged a protest against this action alleging rights in the premises which appear worthy consideration. This government expects that Nicaragua will afford the protestants a full fair hearing upon the merits the Case. The Nicaragua canal commission which had been engaged upon the work examination Survey for a ship Cana route across Nicaragua having completed its Labori made its report was dissolved May 31, june to a new commission known As the Isthmian canal commission was organized under the terms the act approved March 3. 1899, for the purpose examining the american isthmus with a View to determining the most practicable feasible route for a ship canal across that isthmus with its probable Cost Aud other essential details. The great importance this work can not be too often too strongly pressed upon the attention the engr i a. In my message a year ago i expressed my views the necessity a canal which would link the two great oceans to which i again invite your consideration. The reasons then presented for Early action Are even stronger now. The portion the message dealing with our foreign relations shows no Especial incident. The nicaraguan canal is urged. Our Trade relations with China Are being watched a Good word is then spoken for the Jarl exposition. In speaking great Britain Progress the alaskan Boundary is mentioned. Neutrality in South a Friga. This government has maintained an attitude neutrality in the unfortunate contest Between great Britain the Boer states Africa. We have remained faithful to the Precept avoiding entangling alliances As to affairs not our direct concern. Had circumstances suggested that the parties to the quarrel would have welcomed any kindly expression the Hope the american people that War might be averted Good offices would have been gladly tendered. The United states representative at Pretoria was Early instructed to see that All Neutral american interests be respected by the combatants. This has been an easy task in View the positive declarations both British Boer authorities that the personal property rights our citizens should be observed. Suffered Twenty five years. Cured permanently by the american Catarrh remedy Peru a. Or. Ani mrs. J. O. Atkinson. Independence to. Or. John Atkinson Independence i mended to me by a Friend. T have taken one a half bottles am today mo., in a recent letter to . Hartman says a my wife had been suffering from a complication diseases for 25 years. A a her Case had baffled the skill some the most noted physicians. One her worst troubles was chronic constipation several years standing. She also suffered with general debility paroxysms sometimes As often As six eight times a Day. At this time she was passing through that most critical it period in t he life woman change life. A in june 1805,1 wrote to Yon about her Case. You advised a course Peru a Man a Lin which we at once commenced have to say it has completely cured her. She firmly believes that she would have been dead Only for these wonderful remedies. A about the same time i wrote you about my own Case Catarrh which was 25 years standing at times i was almost past going. I commenced using Peru a according to your instructions continued its use for about a year it has completely cured me. A i have to say that your remedies do All you claim for them even More. Catarrh cannot exist where Peru a is taken according to directions. Man a Lin is a Moat wonderful Medicine for chronic . A. F. Stern Marine City mich., writes a a i was troubled with Catarrh for three years tried almost every Catarrh Medicine i heard . I went Down to Delaware o., to attend c 11 e g a where i got one your almanacs s a w . A. F. Stern. Another remedy for Catarrh. I was almost discouraged with trying All kinds Medicine but my room mate told me that your Medicine was All right so i tried it. After taking seven bottles according to directions i was cured Felt like a new Man. I recommend it to All who Are suffering with this dreadful disease. It is the Best Medicine for Catarrh. I owe my health i mrs. J. A. Lia Shor Knoxville term., writes a my health was completely broken Down had been for almost a year. I could not rest Day night but suffered constantly untold misery. Tried remedy after remedy but found do Relief until pc Runa was recon Well Hearty. I shall always Praise Peru a for i feel it saved my . J. W. Draper Gainsboro tenn., writes a for Many years i had been a continual sufferer from that dreadful disease chronic Catarrh. I gave up Hopes Ever being relieved tried every remedy my friends recommended but All in vain. Finally i took my bed. My friends x \ had All Given me up . J. W. Draper. To die believing me to he in Tho last stages consumption. Having a bottle Peru a in the room i began to Tak it in a few Days Felt so Well that i got up. I continued it improving All Tho time until i am now almost a sound Man. Can do As hard a Days work As almost any Man. This happened four i years mrs. Rachel a. Magaw 67 West Jefferson Street Springfield o., writes a your Peru a is Worth its weight in Gold. I feel like a new woman. I can to Praise it enough. I spent a Grea Deai Money Doc tors but nothing Ever did me any Good until i sent to you tried your Peru a. I now feel Well . Bachel a. Magaw. He ,.alarrh> it i shall never be without Peru a shall Tell All i be to try it for i know it to to a sure euro for Catarrh. I Cunt Praise it enough for what it has done for Catarrh is an american disease. Fully one half tin people Are afflicted More less with it in some form. Previous to the discovery Peru a Catarrh was considered Well nigh incurable. Since the introduction Peru a to the medical profession thousands cases Uro cured annually. By Aid . Hartman a free let books free correspondence a multitude hopeless people Are permanently cured this most loathsome stubborn disease every year. Anyone afflicted with Catarrh should write . Hartman Columbus Ask for free books fro advice whichever you most need. Military control the Island until the Congress should enact a suitable government for the ceded territory. Of the har oct scope the measure to that i shall treat in another part this message. The withdrawal the authority Spain from the Island Cuba was effected by the 1st january so that the full re establishment peace found the Quot relinquished territory held by tis in Trust for the inhabitants maintaining under Tho direction the executive such government control therein As should conserve Public order restore the productive conditions peace so Long disturbed by the instability disorder which prevailed tor the greater part the preceding three decades build up that tranquil development the Domestic state whereby alone can be realized the High purpose As proclaimed in the joint Resolution adopted by Congress the 19th april 1s98, by which the United states disclaimed any disposition intention to exercise sovereignty jurisdiction control Over Cuba except for the pacification thereof asserted its determination when that was accomplished to leave Tho government control the Island to its people. The pledge contained in this a it solution is the highest honorable obligation must let Sac redly kept. I believe that substantial Progress has been made in this direction. All the administrative measures adopted in Cuba have aimed to tit it for a regenerated existence enforcing the supremacy Law Justice by placing wherever practicable the machinery administration in the hands the inhabitants by instituting needed sanitary reforms by spreading education by fostering Industry Trade by inculcating Public morality in Short by taking every rational step to Aid the Urban people to attain to that plane self conscious respect self reliant Unity which fits an enlightened Community for self government within its own sphere while enabling it to fulfil All outward obligations. After the cuban question the message Speaks the resumption diplomatic relations with Spain. In speaking Turkey the president says the situation our citizens remains unsatisfactory. The South american countries arc then Dis cussed the settlement the venezuelan Boundary question the revolution in Venezuela being mentioned. The Industrial expositions it Philadelphia Buffalo Are noticed. International arbitration. In response to the invitation his majesty the emperor Russia delegates from Twenty. Countries were assembled at the Hague the i st h May As members a conference in the interest peace. The commission from the United state consisted the Hon. Andrew it White the Hon. Seth Low the Hon Stanford newel Captain a bred t. Muhyun. Of the United states Navy Captain William Crozier the United states army the Hon. Frederick w. Hells Secretary. The occasion seemed to be opportune for the serious consideration a plan for the to readjustment International differences to subject in which the american people have been deeply inn rested for Many years a definite project for a permanent International tribunal was included in the instructions to the delegates the United states. The final act the conference includes conventions upon the amelioration the Laws customs War land the adaptation to maritime warfare the principles the Geneva convention 1864, the Extension judicial meth ods to International cases. The convention for the Pacific settlement International conflicts embodies the leading matures the american plan with such fax Iii a hi1 in spa imparts that Culiar lightness sweetness flavor noticed in the lines cake Short cake biscuit oils crusts etc., which sex Quot j pert pastry Cooks declare is unobtainable by the use any other Leavening agent. Made from pure. Grape Cream tartar. Rova baking powder co., new York. I Volunteer Regina lits arc made up coloured in with coloured line officers. The new troops to take the places those returning from the Philippines have been transported to Manila to the number 581 officers 26,322 enlisted men the regular army 594 officers 15,388 enlisted men a the new Volunteer Force. While 504 officers 14.119 the Volunteer Force Are the Ocean in route to Manila. Tho Force now in Manila consists 905 officer 30,578 regulars 594 officers i 15.388 the volunteers making an 1 aggregate 1499 officer 45,966 men. When the troops now under orders so til reach Manila the Force in the archipelago will comprise 2051 officers 6&Quot to men. The Muster nut Kab in u Volunteer army organized for the Spanish War the mention a Nom army the transportation from Manila to a to Francisco those entitled to discharge the transportation the new troops to take their places have Bren a work Irenr mag allude Well ably done for which too much credit can not be Given the War d pertinent. The insular mail service is next treated showing How it has by i. Improved by i nit cd state postal authorities the Navy is praised. Patents. Our future Progress Prosperity depend upon our ability to equal if not stir pics Otho nations in the enlargement Advance sob Nee Industry Commerce. To invention we must turn ars one the most powerful aids to the accomplishments such a result. The attention the Congress is directed to the report the commissioner patents in which will be found valuable suggestions rcom Mindu tons. Pensions. On the 30th june. 1899, the pension Roll the United states numbered 991,-519. These include the pensioners the army Navy in All our wars. The number added to the Rolls during the year War. 40,991. The number dropped by reason death remarriage minors by Legal ill modifications As were rendered necessary cation failure to claim within three years upon toe with Oratai me Urman agent from Pretoria the United states Consul was authorized upon the request Tho British government with the assent the South african Orange free state governments to exercise the customary Good offices a Neutral for the care British interests. In the discharge this function i am Happy to say that abundant Opportunity has been afforded to show the impartiality this government toward both the combatants. The Lynching italian subjects in Louisiana is referred to Aud a satisfactory solution is expected the message then quotes from president Harrison message 1891 concerning a Law to punish Crimea against treaty rights. Longres is urged to take up the subject anew. The Exchange amenities Between Mexico this country Japan Are detailed. Samoa important events have occurred in Tho samoan islands. The election according to the Laws customs Barnes a. Successor to the late King. Mulleins Laupapa developed a contest u to toe Val Lily inc re ult which Issue by the term the general act a to he decided by the chief Justice. Upon his rendering a judgment in favor Malie Toa Tau la rival thief. Mataafa took up arms. The Active intervene american Brit la warship became imperative to restore order at the Cost sanguinary encounters. In thl emergency a joint commission a preventatives the United stains Germany great Britain was sen to Samoa to investigate the situation Aud to provide a temporary remedy. By its Active efforts a peaceful solution was reached for a he time being the kingship b ing a j cd a provisional government established. Recommendations unanimously made by Tho commission for a permanent adjustment the samoan question were taken under consideration by the hire Powers parties to the Glt lera aet but the More they were examined the More evident it became that a Radical change was necessary in the relations the Powers to Samoa. The arrangement under which Samoa was administered had proved impracticable unacceptable to All the Powers concerned. To withdraw from the agreement abandon the islands to Germany great Britain would not be compatible with our interests in the archipelago. To relinquish our rights in the Harbor Pago a 40, the Best Anchorage in the Pacific the occupancy which had Bern leased to the United states in 1878 by the first foreign treaty Ever concluded by Samoa was not to be thought either As regards the needs our Navy the Intel ests our growing Commerce with the a ast. We could not have considered any proposition for the abrogation the tripartite control wbb h did Sot Conli i is in All our rights safeguard All our National rights in the islands. Our views commended themselves to the other Powers a satisfactory arrangement. Was concluded Between Tho governments Germany England by virtue which England retired from Samoa in View compensations in other directions both Powers renounced in favor the United state Rel the right claims Over ,.nd in respect to that portion the group lying to the East the. Odo Hundred seventy first degree Wes Longitude ombre a the islands Tutu to Foo olo Senga manna. I transmit a Tho Senate for its constitutional action thereon a convention which besides Tho provision abut mentioned also guarantees us the same privileges conditions in respect to Commerce commercial vessels in All Tho islands sum a As those possessed by Germany. The pledge to Cuba. My annual message last year was necessarily devoted in a great part to the consideration Tho Spanish War the results it wrought the conditions it imposed for the future. I am gratified to announce that the treaty peace has restored Friendly relations Between the two Powers. Effect Bas been Givin to it most important provisions. The evacuation Porto Rico having already been accomplished the 18ii october 1898. Nothing remained be Quot ssh by there but to continue he provisional by the great diversity views interests represented by the delegates. The four titles the convention provide for the maintenance general peace thex Erneive Good office mediation the formation commissions inquiry International arbitration. The military establishment. Since my last annual message in obedience to the acts Congress april 22 26, 1898, the remaining Volunteer Force enlisted for the Spanish War consisting 34,834 regulars 110,202 volunteers with Over 5000 Volunteer officers Bas been discharged from the military service. Of the volunteers 667 officers Aud 14,831 men were serving in the Philly Pines 1650 the regulars who were entitled to be mustered out after the ratification the treaty peace. They voluntarily remained at the front until their places could be Fille by new troops. They were returned Home in the order in which they went to Manila Are now All them out the service in the ranks citizenship. I recommend that Tho Congress provide a special medal Honor for the volunteers regulars sailors marines duty in the Philippines who voluntarily remained in the service after their terms enlistment had expired. By the act March 2. 1899, Congress gave authority to increase the regular Tony to a maximum not exceeding 65,000 enlisted men to enlist a Force 3. ,000 volunteers to be recruited from the country at Large. By virtue this authority the regular Ai my has been increased to other causes was 43,186, the number claims disallowed was 107,919. Dur Tig the year 89,054 pension certificates were issued which 37.077 were for new original pensions. The amount disbursed for army Navy pensions during th1 year was $138,355,052.95, which was $1,651,-461.61 less than the sum the appropriations. The grand army the Republic at its recent National Encampment held in Phi Adelphia bus brought to my attention to that the Congress the Wisdom Justice a modification the third Section the act june 27, 1890. Which provides pensions for the widows officers enlisted men who served ninety Days More during the War the rebellion were honorable discharged provided that such widows Are without other Means support than their Dally labor were married to the Soldier tailor Marine account whose service they claim pension prior to the Date the act. The present Bolding Tho department is that the widows income aside from he Dally labor does not exceed in amount what a r pension would be Tolt $96 per annul she would be deemed to be without other Means support than her daily labor. would be entitled to a pension under this act while if the widow s income Independent the amount received by her As th1 result her Dally labor exceeds $96, she would not be pensionable under the act. I am advised by the commissioner pensions thai the amount the income allowed before title to pension the number 61,999 enlisted men i would be barred has varied widely undid 2248 officers arid new Volunteer regiments have been organized aggregating 33,050 enlisted men 1524 Orth . To these bes forthe bowels Yon Hare ii t a regular healthy movement the bowels every Day you re sick. Or will he keep your bowels open Ami in Well. Force i to the shape violent physio Pill Poison it. It Lang Rou it Tho , must perfect Way keeping the bowels Clear elea is to Lake Canoy i m. Cathartic in Wem Tea Mann troist Frfd pleasant. Palatable potent. Taste go cd i Gene. Bever to Fieken weaken Gripe a Job Wiite for tree Sample amt Booklet Oil health. Of Idem riffling sky i a any i to it Rall til a a Law i ots keep your blood clean diff rent administrations the pension office As a it la As during different periods th1 same administration has been the cause just complaint criticism. With the approval the Secretary rior the commissioner pensions to a under the the Quot act Rome aside from is not in sex i believe this to Lee h. Artilly 1 railways pres agricultural Ini discussed with he la la clip i a the ceding cd states by Spain Unity wit Hist to a Island our d1-events a Quot roil outbreak quo i a a it. Wirt to a the Philippines. The unfavourable circumstances connected with an Active Campaign have not Beetz t permitted to interfere with Tho equally important work reconstruction. Again i invite your attention to the report the i commissioners for the interesting encouraging details the work already accomplished in the establishment peace order Tho inauguration self governing municipal life in Many portions the archipelago. A notable beginning has been made in the establishment a gov eminent in Tho Island Negros which is deserving special consideration. Thi was the Quot first Island to accept american sovereignty. Its people unreservedly pro claim d allegiance to the United stat grand adopted a Constitution looking to establishment a popular government it was impossible to guarantee to a he it people Negros that the Eon st tuition so adopted should to Tho pitl mate form government. Such a ques Tion. Tinder the Trout with Spain Ani it accordance with our own Constitution Anc Laws Cana exclusively within the Juris diction Tho Congress. The government. Actually ret up by the inhabitants not Gros eventually proved unsatisfactory to Tho natives themselves. A new by attn was put into Force by order the major general commanding the department which Tho following Are the most important elements it was ordered that the government a the Island Negros should Conal ? a military governor appointed by the uniter states military governor the Philippines. a civil governor a advisory Council elected by the people. Tile Mill tary governor was authorized to App oium secretaries Tho Treasury Interior agn culture Public instruction an attorney neral an auditor. The feat gov eminent ? lived Bacolod. The military governor exercises the supreme executive Power. He is to see that the Law ire executed appoint to office till All vacancies in office not otherwise provided for May. With the approval the military governor the Philippines remove any officer from office. Them governor advises the military governor a1 Public civil questions presides Over the advisory Council he in general performs the duties which Are performed Hgt secretaries state in our own system government. The advisory coun ii consists eight in my i elected by the people within territorial limits which a defined in the Der the commanding Gen. A the times plans gilding Cie a to by fixed by the military governor the Island negro ,. The Quat if rations voters a a follows. La a voter must be a male Citize it to Arth i land Negros. 2 the a 21 years. 3 he shall be Abb to speak read writ Tho English Spanish visa Van language he must own Rea property Worth $500, pay a rental real property Tho value $1000. Q. Lie must have resided in the Island no. Less than one year preceding in the District in which he offers to Regist r to a voter not less than three month to mediately preceding the time he offers to Register. 5 he must Register at a Tam fixed by Law before voting. 6 prior to such registration he shall have paid a taxes due by him to the government provided that no insane person shall a allowed to Register vote. The military governor has Hie Righta veto All Bills revolutions adopted a it the advisory Touti ii his veto is ii no. If not disapproved by th2 military Gover nor the Philippines. The advisory Council discharges ail the Ordinary Dozier a legislature. The usual duties pertaining to said offices Are to he performed by the secretaries the Quot try is Ury Interior agriculture Public instr in Hon the attorney general the Anda tor. The judicial Power is vested in Throe judges who arc to by appointed by the military governor the Island luf nor courts a to be established. Free Public schools Are to be established throughout the populous districts thi Island in which the English language Thall be taught this subject will receive Tho careful consideration the advisory Council. The Burden Tho government must but distributed equally Aud equitably Ament the people. The military authorities Wil Coli it receive the customs copt until Pat a k. Ii Castor for j slants children. Hie kind you have always sought

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