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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 December 1859

BY S. B. BOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., ATEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1859. VOL. C.T0. 16. i i r. - I 1 J- - t e - THE LAST HOO OF ATITU2IN. 'Tia the last hog of Autumn, Left squealing alone : All his grunting companions Are butchered and gone ; No pig of his kindred, No porker is nigh. To help empty the swill-trough, tJr share in his sty. 111 not leave thee, thou lone one, To starve in the pen ; Since thy mates are all pork now, Die shalt thou with them. Then thus do I offer The knife to thy throat, And thou strait be pickled, Like every dead shoat. And may I be present, V.'hen thou art the treat ; For ham, souse or sausages, Who would not eat? Vi'hen people are hungry, And beef can't be had. For calming the appetite l'ork it not bad. JCOrTRIGHT SSCURED.J CLEARFIELD COUNTY: OR, REMINISCENCES OF THE PAST. In 15:27, the building which has been re modelled and is now occupied by L.J. Craus, Vq., as Lis office, was used by Christopher Kratrer and George S. Irwin as a printing of fice. At this period...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 December 1859

4 4 t 1 0 If ft it I i; i.. r - I V-;. affsrann's Imtriral. S. B. ROW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., DEC. 14, 1859. Cosgress. The members of the SGth Con gress met at 'Washington City last week, but for all that has so far been done, they would better hare staid at home. Discord, excite ment and violerce have characterized most of the proceedings. Scarcely had the members taken their scats, the noose yet unorganized, when the agitation of the Slavery question was vigorously recommenced by the Demo crats. In the Senate, Mr. Mason, of Virginia, proposed a resolution of inquiry into John Brown's seizure of the Harper's Ferry-arsenal, the ostensible object being to draw out all the facts and ascertain whether any persons not participating in the outbreak were implicated in it or accessory to it ; bnt the real purpose is doubtless to give a chance for making flaming spread-eagle speeches, and to ad vance the interests of certain aspirants for Presidential honors. The Opposition...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 December 1859

THE JOUMAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., DEC. 14, .The Slanderer" has been unavoidably o- nJi:ted,tutarP,arshort,y- Several writs !,avo beeu added to tho Sher- iiTs Sales thi wee, and one account to tbe Registers -Votice. protracted Meeting has been in progress ia tfo Prcst'Tierjaij cuuitu m una p-y- aiuce last VTedneswyf ana a number ot persons lave been a-U-'d to tLe membership. Applicants for tavern license sbonld remem ber that licenses can only be granted at tho January and March terms of our court. The frotboTiotary publishes in our paper to-day a list ot those who have filed their petitions. Tte Lutheran congregation at Karthaus, in Iliis county, invite sealed proposals for the laiMiiig of a church edifice near the residence of J.F. V. Schnarrs, Esq. A notice relative o it will be found in our advertising columns. Sealed proposals for the erection of a Meth odist church at New Washington, in this coun :v, and for another at Campbell's in Bell town th:, are solicited by the building commi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 December 1859

u w ,t.: ! 1 I 5l i!V p il ! e. I A .1 0 -it V-i 'a ! A ft 1 I! i; i irC i V Z r t n "We can perhaps tolerate a man who has jast ignorance enough to talk among fools, if he has discretion enough to he silent among men of sense. 'The dogs killed in Cleveland, Ohio, are sold to a glove manufactory in Litchfield, Medina county, where the skins are made up into kid and buckskin. Only about 20,000 barrels of whisky are an nually manufactured in Kentucky, and yet the sales of "Old Bourbon," in the same time are nearly five millions of barrels. Dealers and consumers can judge that there must be an enormous "extension" in the article, some way. - A Pittsburg Judge in charging a jury rccent y, used the following language with reference to ardent spirits and its doing : "Independent of its effects, individual, social, moral, reli gious, and political ; drink wields the club brandishes the bowie-knile hurls the bullet; nerves the burglar inspires the thief, and kin dles the torch of incendiary...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 December 1859

U r U Cv Q C? X . " f - - .- tc . ;" " ' "V ? v GO I'B. . .. 'e. ?8. i'8. I'SJ 18. ' l:8. l'S.' i'a. t's. ' i's.-t'a.-t"a.- r.'-' c't: rV r'. " r'a '. It, H : II' M ry y Si- BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 18-59. YOL. 6.-JT0. 17. sr r It i t HOME W3EBE'E2 THE XEABT IS. 'Tte home where'er the heart is ; Where'er its loved ones dwell, In ciries or in cottages, Thronged haunts or mossy dell ; The heart's a rover ever. And thus on wake or wild, The maiden and her lover walks : The mother with her child. 'Tis bright where'er the heart is J lis fairy spells can bring Fresh fountains to the wilderness, And to the desert spring, There are green isles in ocean, O'er which affection glides; And a haven on each rugged shore "iVhen love's the helm that guides. 'Tis free where'er the heart is ; Nor chain nor dungeon dim. May check the mind's aspirings ; The ypirit's pealing hymn ! The heart gives life its beauty, Its glory and its power, ?Tis sunlight to its rippling strea...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 December 1859

t Hi a'- 1 r1' laff swan's Journal. S. B. BOW, EPITOH ASO rUOTEIETOH. CJLEA It FIELD, PA., DEC. 21, 1S53. " . AXbois at Fault ? The Democratic party s 4s a party of panics. Ia excitement, and agi tation of the Slavery questioa, it lives and moves and has its being. By threats and de nunciations it expects to make proselytes and : keep up its numerical strength. It is empbat ically the party -ot "treason, stratagems and spoils" especially the spoils. Its leaders are mere politicians the men who control its ac lions and shape its course are Southern fire eaters and Northern dough-faces reckless and unconscionable fellows who' bluster and totorm as occasion demands it. Whenever they have any particular object to accomplish, they do hot calmly appeal to reason, justice, ipolicy, true patriotism, kind entreaty and f ra Uernal regard, but they menace the integrity of 'the Union, and indnlge in bold, defiant, on -equivocal expressions of treason and revolu tion to scare nervous and timid p...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 December 1859

JJ u .... :'o v ----- L " ill: mitt 3h,njfton until the "OD3C&J, "ngtoa: -Eli, ng of a ent, In tee. nn-ecifie John LAND ittee. SHOE sale 4t 'ty, P., HER, hcan;, ' u-o. ; ai!, ' . LTt.-i tt L- at d-- eg IE 6-1 klf nty. si on V. n a M of it i -1 1 Hi f THE JOURM ;LE.VKFIELD,PA.,DEte9. T J. McCulIongh, Esq., ha JPPointed Notary Tublic fur this place, T. Packer. Mr.3Iie?welConnei:y is p supply M . xrrbaak. See nersonswun cua. ivu. T-;r advertisement ia another co,y " TTJii r:i.- - Last H-e.Ines.iT, Mr. A' .T,Mc-J?ca at newinr Lice IOWa.F. - i timber, slipped ana cm qj ihit he had to stop workr 1-4. J By aa advertisement it r .ill be seen that our cl-p jjinena, .,.. Smith, has a W!i le m P for ti,e Mcommodation of gwho are fond of that sort of a:ausemenr " Religious NoTicE.-ivine permission 1 the Rev.T. Van ScoJ'1 administer the Uord's Suit" in the f1 cIluh in Clear- field, on the first Sal January sem i -es to commence at flock. The public 1 !!r invitifl fend. i. ji rt i ill ii lui'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 December 1859

U u hi I I ? I : i 1 v t i t t i It' t 1 i i i if A ii H n 3 11 i6 i I 4 f r til Y MM . . . I'M' 4 j I v 5 I " : : : . . . 7 3 - -- - - . . . . . . , .. . . . Longfe'lew asks "what a single rose on a la- r ays ioreneai indicates. To which the Lou isville Journal replies, that it "probably ni?ns that, if she kissed, it must be nnder th rose.' "A fish in Java, called the jacalator, catches flies and insects ty squirting from its moutn some water, and seldom misses its aim. At ix feet it will bring down a fly with a single drop. ; , A Connect icnt schoolmistress, having a trou blesome boy to manage, tat down npon him. She was a largo woman, "and quite "crushed out" his insubordination.- A new way, that, to punish bad boys. . , . A very clever conundrum was that which took a prize at Philadelphia some years since. In what manner did Capt. May cheat the Mex icans 1 lie charge! them with a troop of hor ses which they never got. - Bangs is a polite individual, Bangs says that, if his wife ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 January 1860

BY S. B. KoV. CLEAEFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1860. VOL. C JVO. 22. . - : ALWAYS LOOK 03T TEE SU2nrflSIE Always look on V """" i k life cbcker d t u - UUUt I- j A light.-oe heart bids caro dej A 1 time fly pleasantly , Why sit and mourn o cr fancied it USD Ujn "wv " Care is a self-consuming thing The hardest nerves can near, Always look on the sunny side, Aud though you do not una AH things according to your wi. Be not disturbed in mind ; The greatest evils that can con, i ,.. i;.rlitr f:ir to bear. -.lit. 1 1 - i m TVhcn met by fortitude and strtlgth, Instead of doubt ana tear. Always look on the sunny side-l There's health in baruile y And much to soothe our wormrar In toping for the best. The gloomy path is far too d ru for hapv.V teet 10 tell of iain and sohtud Of friends estranged and dM Alwaysflook on the stsnny side And never yield to doubt : The wavs of Providence are w And fVith will bear you out. If you but make this masiti y And in the strength abide. EeUtviug all...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 January 1860

I JRafismsn's f flitrttai S. B. ROW. EDITOR ASD PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., JAN. 25, 1859. Senator Eiglee, a few days since, intro duced a bill into the U. S. Senate, in which -a somewhat new definition is given to treason. As the bill will be likely to call forth consid erable discussion, we give the following sy nopsis ot its provisions, which wo clip from one of oar exchanges: ; Section 1st provides that whenever any iUatc or Territory is invaded or in imminent danger ot invasion from external or internal force, it shall be lawlul for tho President to call out the militia in the State or States nearest the point of danger; also to employ the land or naval forces of the United States. Section 2d provides that any person actually engaged or participating in carrying on a hostile expedi tion fiom one Mate or 1 erritory against anoth er, shall be guilty of treason and sutler death. Section 3d provides that any person having knowledge of such treason, and neglects to disclose tho sam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 January 1860

THE-JOURNAL.' "SeABFIELD, rA.,JAy.25,1860. Tm. Irvia, at the .Corner Store,' Curwens te advertises for sale wheat and buckwheat fl r', beans, butter, lard raft ropes, leather, In, clover seed, &c. ; 8. J. Dowliso, of Brookville. requests us folate that $e will bo in Clearfield on to-mor- ... ar.r! will remain a few days tO, (IBUWJ. - to'tend to professional business. He can be fold at Lanich's Hotel, by those who may wis to iavor Lira with a call. I esbtterias Parson.ige. Last Saturday, the Presbyterian Congregation of this place purcased the house and lot of Wm. Powell, Lspon the corner of Front and Locust Sts., for aiarsonage, at a cost of $2,800. We learn that lost of the amount has been subscribed. Accoest. Last Friday afternoon, January 20th, t man named Charles Lynch, who was engagd. at Stephen D. Raeder's log job on Pott's ira in Knox township, had one of his legs bnken by a log, which, os it was sawed off. fell on it. lie was sent to Harrisburg, where hi f riends reside....

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 25 January 1860

r. II t ir a I i ft .Pi s'" n J f i i f 5- f ,.A vagrant In Cincinnati recently sold ber three days old baba for $3. ' Many persons fancy themselves friendly and useful, when they are only officious and tronb lesome. That's so. ; Philadelphia seems to be an unhappy place ior married people. During the past yeor 186 BDDlications for divorce were filed, and 70 couples were disunited. Jo Case having had the question propound ed to him, whether he believed in "original ln" replied, that so far from it, he found fin to be the least original thing in the world. Tv eak doses ot wash boards are now recom mended by physicians for ladies who complain of dyspepsia. Young men troubled in the same way may be cured by a preparation of saw-horse. The Spizzerinctum debating club will dis cuss the question "Whether lownecked dres ses, or handsome ancles, are the most seduc tive articles." Buggins takes the negative and the chair. Front seats reserved for mar ried ladies. TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. The Ra...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 February 1860

BT S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, I860. VOL. 6.-JTO. 23. ' I LOVE BUT THEE. Though other eyes may charm awhib), Though other lips may speak. In language that might ell beguilo The heart or tinge the cheek ; Though other hearts may be as light At thine, yet still to me So other smile can be so bright I love, 1 love but thee. Thongh other cheeks may shame m w11 . The rose's blushing hue Though other golden tresses tell Of youth and beauty too Though other forms may be as fair At thine, dear girl, to me, Ttt still with none my heart can share The love I give to thee. Yes. thine alone for o 'twere bliss With tbevro spend my days; Without thee.'Vere a wilderness Obscured by darksome rays; 1 . But stiil within my aching heart One sunny spot would be A gem from which I could not part, The lovo 1 give to thee. Then oh ! together let us rove The woods, the fields, the bowers, And in some sweet ani shady grove, FestooBfd with wildest flowers. There let us range in Nature's...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 February 1860

Hi- m rV : r i . : I i ' V "- M ' . 1 i . - Mi is u i" . - ? - k. ': U i .jjt ! 1 ,1 t ! Raftsman's 0itmaL 8. B. BOW, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., FEB. 1, 18CO. Sl-hatorial CoxrERESCE. Tho Conferees of the Senatorial District, composed ol Cam bria, Blair, and Clearfield counties, assembled In Tyrone, on the 27th January, to elect a del egate to the State Convention of the Peoples' Party, to be held at Ilarrisbarg, on the 22d of February. Georgo W. Patton, Esq., of Blair, was elected President, and Win. McBride, of Clearfield, Sec'y. Jacob M. Campbell, Esq., of Cambria, was unanimously elected the Del egate, and the following resolutions were a . doptcd without a dissenting voice : Resolved, That tho Delegate this day elect ed, is hereby instructed to vote for the Hon Samuel Calvix, of Blair county, as the candi dal ot the People s Tarty for Governor, and in the event of the name of Mr. Calvin being withdrawn, or thre being no prospect of his domination, then ho shall vote...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 February 1860

4 the journal; -XrFIELP, PA., FEB.1, lSGO -ZZTn Pened an Anibrotjpe Trx in Shaw's Row. See advertisement. .. Fever and Pneumonia are Baidto TlFr iling to some extent in the neighbor'- P.r" of pbilipsburg, Centre county. ttcEion of persons in need 1 Stoves, , ,hpr Castings in common use, is The TV)Wdtothe advertisement of Robison & U.ofCurwensville. , meeting of the Clearfield County Bible . .tv will be held in the Lutheran church in S? rZ on Sunday evening next, Feb. 5th, rrboUonRev.Dr.McLeodistode- iiTer an address. ST Ve understand that a man on tri H Robertson's log job, near Cathcart's Jtltti Clearfield creek, had both Lis legs 4ckcn last Wednesday or Thursday. We W been unable to learn either his name or the particulars of the accident. Last Saturday morning, snow to the depth of 5 or 6 inches fell in this region, winch had the effect of again putting our lumbermen to VOrk at Idling timber to the river. The quantity of lumber this season will be rather Urger than it has bee...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 February 1860

i , 1 " 1 I - - : : : i ,1 it i 'i it . 1- At a public dinner, three clergymen stood tip at the same moment to say grace. Sydney Sraith.wbo was prc3ent,caUed them"theThree Graces." "Gentlemen," said a tavern keeper to fcis 'guests, at midnight, "I don't know whether you have talked enongh or not, bat for myseif I am going to shutjip I" Apartr of nine bnnters in the lower part of Fort Bend county, Texas, 1-tely kild n sev en hours, fonr bears, one wild cat, five deer, eventy-five docks and miHards,ani fyrty-three prairie chickens and partridges. . f III! ! Abont a year ago a fellow named Webb, left Ms family at Corning. X. Y., ard went to O Lio, without contributing to their support in anyway. Last summer a Mr.Xenton wrote toYVebb. ottering him work, and r.rging him that he should return and support his wile and children. He accepted the o!F?r, and for some weeks applied himself to work ; but in No vember be ran away with Newton's wile, and went to Cooperstown, where they set up hous...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 February 1860

- BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1860. YOL. 6.-JT0. 24. TSEY TELL ME THAT I'M ALWAYS GAY. They tell me that I'm always gay, That iny heart is ever light. That Bought of sorrow clouds my way, Or dims life's roses bright. Eut O, they do not read aright. The lore of my soul profound. Whose buried griefs, obscured from sight, Not even the plummet can sound. The thoughts which sadly crowd my brain, Jfo human mind can know ; This heart shall never more complain, Though crushed to earth by woe ! "Within the smiles of life I'll bask, , A slave to joy and mirth, Till death shall cast aside the mask I wore while on the earth. THE PRINCE'S LOOK. CONTINUED. X HUNTING PIECE. Th farther he found himself among the mountains, the more composed his mind be came. He thought of his old tutor, Maritius, and sometimes, too, of his beantiful compani on. He took out the glove, and examined it carefully. From the glove his thoughts turn ed to the bcautitul arm, hand and finger ; from...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 February 1860

3 ' - MPS imiAl TUB is 17 i! If: v 11 f ft: !! ft I 1 II 1 at S. B. mW, EDITOR AND PROPRIBTOR.- CZ.EARF1ELD, FA., FEB. 8, 1860. A Speaker Elected. After a protracted struggle of more than eight weeks, William Pennington, of New Jersey, was on Wednes day last elected Speaker of the House of Rep resentatives at Washington within two days f as much time having been consumed as In 1856 when Banks was elected Speaker. Mr. Pennington was formerly a Whig, was elected . by that party Governor and held the position ol Chancellor of the State, and is now attached to the People's Party, by whom he was elected . to Congress. He is represented as moderate, though firm in bis views, possessed of a strong mind, good judgment, and superior business capacity. By his urbanity, impartiality, and weight of character, he will challenge the re spect of the body over which he is called to preside. With the exception, we believe, of Mr. Muhlenberg, the Speaker of the First Con gress, and of Mr. Clay, who h...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 February 1860

THE JOURNAL. "cLEABF IELD, PA., FEB. 8, 1860. On our first page will be found an interest ing Mter from Lewis B. Carter, who removed Tom this place" Missouri lastQctober. . w;rtn"7or Managers of the Philipsburg and Susquehanna Turnpike Company is to be 4 jjeldin rhilirsbnrg on tno om aay . mmcu. The Banking" House of Leonard, Finney & Co has been removed to the office lately oc cupied by W. A. Wallace, Esq., on 2d street. Ife learn that a Mr. Shimmel, who resides jo the neighborhood of Grahamton, had a leg fractured one day last week. We have not ascertained the particulars. A Quarterly meeting of the Methodists will commence in Clearfield on Saturday next at J 11 o'clock A. M. The Presiding Elder, Lev. Mr. Guyer, and Rev. J. Clarke will be present. We understand there has been considerable sickness of late in the neighborhood of Kyler town, in Morris township, this county. Scar let fever is prevailing. The disease has not as yet appeared in its most malignant form, and no death...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 February 1860

til rfi!iMFi 1 k 4 in 5 IX il! Y v hi '5'!! m v f p a t J HI f tr it f STATISTICS OF METHODISM. The editor of the Advocate and Journal, says: We have had occasion lately to prepare for the Methodist Quarterly Review an estimate of the actual statistical condition of Methodism thro' out the world. By permission of the editor we are allowed to condense these statistics for Our columns, in response to calls made for snch facts. The following are the latest and most accurate estimate of its communicants: Methodist Episcopal Church, . 956,555 Methodist Episcopal Church South, 700,000 Canada Wesleyan Conference, 43,672 Eastern British American Conference, 16,935 Methodist Episcopal Church, Canada, 13,352 American Wesleyan Methodists, 21,000 Methodist Trotestant Church, 70.018 African Methodist Episcopal Church, 20,000 African Metb. Epis. Zion Church, 6,203 Allbright Methodist, 21,070 Total lay members in America, 1,868,811 Traveling preachers; cxcej)t Allbri'ts, 11,468 Total American comm...

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