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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 February 1855

- f i- ;5 -i ''4 I ' , it : At 5 : WIDOW MACHREE. - - Widow Maehree, it's no wonderyou frown, Och, hone! widow Maehree; gown, 'Faith, It ruins your looks, that same dirty black Och, hone ! widow Maehree, How altered your hair with that close cap you wear, 'Tis destroying your hair, which should be flowing free, Be bo longer a churl with its black silken carl, ... , Och, honot widow Machtee. Widow Maehree, now the summer is coming, Och, hone ! widow Maehree ; ' . - When everything smiles should a body look glum, Och, hone ! widow Maehree ; Bee the birds go in pairs, the rabbits and hares, . Why even the bears now in couples agree. And the mote little fish, though they can't spake they wish, Och, hone ! widow Maehree. . Widow Maehree, and when winter comes in, Och, hone! widow Maehree ; To be poking the fire all alone is a sin. Och, hone ! widow Maehree; Why the shovel and tongs to each other belongs, And the kettle sings songs full of family glee, While alone with yonr cup, like a he...

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. — 14 February 1855

-f - f: , . COME AND TAKE ME. Dcvitieb. - VOL. 1. OLEAE FIELD, WEDNESDAY; FEBRUARY 14, 1855, - W.To. 1 1 .-si r3 RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Eev. Joxts, Publisher. r Per. annum, (payablo in advance,) 1 50 If paid within the year. 2 00 No paper discontinued until all airearagcs are paid.. ;.-A failure to notify a discontinuance at the ex pi ra'ioa of the term subscribed for, will be consider ed an encasement. THE CRY OF SUFFERING WOMEN. Help U3 now for we are weary, Hope is dim and life is dreary Sorrow is our meed We are daughters, wires, and mothers. We have fathers, husbands, brothers. Whom we lore abore all others . :Tis for tli cm we plead. We can hope for no to-morrow That will find us free from sorrow While their shame we see ; And the tyrant's chain has bound thorn With his deadly snares he's wound them And his strong arms are around them IlOW CAX TIICT BE FBEE ? lie has ta'cn our fireside pleasures, ltobbed us of our household treasures Leaving bitter woe : From our pillow banished ...

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 February 1855

i M si ii Is 1 - 1! U.1 .J 1 4 ' ' I. N.-C1 THE MFTSIM'S JOIHHAL CLEAR FIE L T, P A . , "WedneBlay, February 14, 1355. RAIL ROAD MEETIXG The friends of the "Ttroxe, Clearfield, axd Erie Railroad," will meet in the Court House, in the borough of Clearfield, on Tues day evening, the 20th of February, instant. PX4,OVFROR XVI Ci f PR The friends of Ex-Got. Bigler will be grat- ified to learn, that on Tuesday last he was elected President of the Sunbury and, Erie Railroad Company, in the place of Mr. Cooper who resigned. We believe Gov. Bigler to be well qualified to discharge the' duties of the office, and are much gratified with his election. UNITED STATES SENATOR. The Convention which met on Tuesday, for the election of aU. S. Senator,after two unsuc cessful ballots, adjourned until nest Tuesday a-week. On the second ballot Camerom re ceived sixty rotes. Sixty-six would have elec ted him. In our next we will give a history of the whole affair, and the Protest of those who withdrew fro...

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. — 14 February 1855

wm mwmfmmwmm THE JOURNAL. K?" Those of our merchant frierfrls v.!;o de sire to lav in a first rate stock: of Drugs anl Chemicals, and to buy from a first rate firm should rail 1K8 Market St.. on their next visit to the City, at RrssELL & Sciiott's. ... -CF-The Collectors of County and State Tx who are in arrears, had belter eome up to tlic mark, or they'll get themselves into a 'bad boxl' The Commissioners are determined that it shall be paid. See Notice. JXTLand speculators will see an opportuni ty offered them',' by the Orphans' Court Sale advertised in another column. . We publish this week, the Receipts and Expenditures of Clearfield County, which will bo found interesting. : CIt frequently happens that when our peo ple are returning from the East they find the Stage full, and are compelled to walk or lie over at Tyrone. These difficulties will now be obviated since James Crowtuer has opened his new Livery Stable, where horses and bug gies may be had at all times on reasonab...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 February 1855

-1 tf i 1 X I S 4 J ! i 1 , i i , 4 ,3 .1 1 1 X i 4i i - A 7. I i papular long. THE OLD CORN .UILL. Dehome of my childhood, dat dearly loved epot, Wunr de yller corn am growing round my fader's cot, Dar many hap pydaysl spent, I yet remember well, Wid my kind old mudder down by de old Corn Mill. choucs. Den hnrry me home tode old Corn Mill. To my fader's old cot on de top oh de hill. For I am getting weary and rot afraid to die, Oh lay me side my mudder, iu d ground whar Katy lie. Full well I remember, how wish boyish delight. We met roan de pine-knot at de night, I lnb to ee de ole corn mill, and watch de wheel go round. I lnb my good old mudder in de cold cold gronnd. Den hurry me home, Ac. Oh for dat old corn-mill to memory doar, I would eat do bright corn cake with merry good cheer. But de old corn mill am passing away. And de crazy old wheel am gone to decay. Den hurry me home, Ac. And Katy I loved, her grave am so cold, De old folks am dead an do young ones am sold, Dem happy ...

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. — 21 February 1855

uu - -v- i COME AND TAKE ME. Dcvivier. CLEAEFIELD, WEMESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1855. KO. 31. VOL. 1. m 14 Mi -ft i 4 1:1 f 1 RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Bss. Jokes, Publisher: Petv nnom. (pavuMe in advance.) $1 50 If paii within the year, 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the terra subscribed for. will be consider - d anew nzj?mcnt. THE J-ABOUINO 31 AX. The uif.n who'kcnrn. Jus bread before he cats it;" who, while proauiiog the means of ample Bubfis- iuee for liim.:c!f and family, is at the came time ilfs pleasure grounds at home, she had imbo benefitticg (hecor.1mur.it7 in which bo lives,, will , soraej i0 hini her heart, told him of her own peruse the flowing, as all readers should do, with i;aj)ny chance, bssousht him to abandon his an acknowledgement of tho well-exj reused troths it contains: "The r.ob;c.--t men Tknow on earth. Are men whose hands are brown with toil; Who, backed by no ancestral proves; Iiew d...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 February 1855

33? s mwmm 4 fl v IV i W ?! F Y I - : .'1 O I I i Y J THE RAFTSMAH'S JflMML. "sr- is? ij .r. V i - - CLEARFIELD, PA. Weiaesiay, Fehziiary 21, 1655. AMERICAN MEETING, "'At the Court House in this place, on Thurs day evening, the 22nd of February. A Lec , ture will be delivered on "Aslehica and Amer - icaxism." Able speakers from a distance will be in attendance. " R. R. Welsh, D. G. Nivliug, W. M. Du . gan, J. W. Haslet, Jos. Peters, W. L. Antes, R. LowheaJ, B. W. Merrill, M. A. Frank. " J. Shunkwilcr, Thos.1 Shea, Win. Radebaugh, - 1 O xl 1 1 . i Alex. AD.UISSION TO THE EAR. ; On Monday, F. P. Ectler, Esq., was ad mitted to practice law in the several Courts of ' Clearfield county. We learn that Frank pass ed a creditable examination and have no doubt he will make a good lawyer. We wish Lira 6uccess whereverdie may locate.' COL. A.' G." CFRT1X. Byjt-)iference to the proceedings of the American Caucus, published in another col umn, it will be seen that Col.- Ccrtin, had one of a majo...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 February 1855

1 1 ;ii rit i i 11 TrvTi T : 'I'M li .1 III Iv V A i - i m m a - -v v- -a- D", Those of bur readers who so freiently have occasion to visit Tyrone, v ill find It pro fitable to' call and purchase goods from 1 M. Bell & Co. See card in another column. C-Raftsmen, who are going down the river in the Spring, are informed, hy a notice in another column that "White Hall Boarding House,', near Frenchville, is prepared for their reception by proprietor Jons W. Riper. If John's 'sour krout' is as well 'seasoned' as Mother Moore's, we have no doubt he'll get lots of custom. Q" Those of our merchant friends who de sire to lay in a first rate stock of Drugs and Chemicals, .and to buy from a first rate firm, should call 138 Market St., on their next visit to the City, at Russell & Schott's. ""?-Land speculators will see an opportuni ty offered them, by the Orphans' Court Sale advertised in another column. We publish this week, the Receipts and Expenditures of Clearfield County; which wi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 21 February 1855

1 'i J i i i 1 1 t ! i! 4I I. i i a , Aj .J 11 1 x. a O fc! jfiRAHAM'S MAGAZINE. NEW VOL- - UiLfcb 1354. In announcing bis readiness to reeoive orders for the few Volume, the editor doei Hot know ho has any very brilliant ideas to hold ont in largo capitals to daizle people's eyes '"Graham" will be pretty much what it has been tlo laet volume, with some improvements which experience suggests. No number will contain less than 100 pages of matter, and tko readers of -Gra- tt am" may rely witn great commence upon, tu the volume shall contain " ' , OVER TWELVE HUNDRED PAGES ! Of the very best reading matter that capital can command from original sources, or taste select from tno va?t mass of available material. The aim of the editor will be to produce a pub lication which sholl be valuable in matter, and choice in taste and style: and he flatters himself. from the known talents of his contributors, that he will be ablo to present as many" good original ar tisles to his readers as any pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 February 1855

COME AND TAKE ME. Dcviyier. VOL. 1. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1855. NO. 32. RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Css. Joxr.s, Publisher. Per. annum, (payable in advance.) $1 50 - If pxid within tho year, 2 eO No paper discontinue! until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the term subscribed for, wi!l be coii.siier ed it new en?n jginent. ' (Drigimil 3Hornl nle. WF.1TTEN FOR TTIF. JOUIISAI..! THE -:o:- COI'YKIOnT S E C V E E D . CHAPTER XV. "Guesa I do always did ; and what's more always will," said he, at the same time, im pressing a kiss on her check. ''And you'll never be offended at me, nor angrj- with nie V "Unless yon turn Christian," s.dd Valdlnus, as they seated themselves in the arbor. "Well, dear brother, I must tc-il you the truth, I am a Christian," said Vertitia, at the same time throwing her arms around hisneclr. Valdinui, tore himself from her arms, and sprung to his feet, and looking angrily in her face, said; "Fou a Christiau...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 February 1855

u n f 3 4 i i i I 2 I 1 TIE BAFTSMAB'S JBliM. p- Eft CLEARFIELD, PA., EPnon. C. 3. Crans, SI. C, will accept our thanks for a copy of Capt. Marcy's Explo ration of the lied River. It is a valuable work. Household Woans, a double number, for March is on our table. It is the last of the lOtli Volume. Those who desire to commence with the new volume of this unrivaled periodcal can at once send on their orders to us, enclosing $3, or 53.50 for it and the Journal for one year. TO OUR ITEADERJS. - - The editor, was taken away on Sabbath mor ning last,-by the Sergeant-at-Arms of the Sen ate, to give testimony before the Bribery In vestigatory Committee, which will account for lhe lack of editorial mattes, and all other dis ciepencies in this number of the Journal. UNITED STATES SENATOR. The Convention which met on Tuesday, in panuinee of the adjournment, proceeded to ballot for a U. S. Senator. After three unsuc cessful attempts, the whole matter was post poned until the first Tuesday of O...

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. — 28 February 1855

51 III SI U I ' J rrl !L ill 1 'i rt THE JOURMr. C" Those of our readers who so Irc-iucntly fcave occasion to visit Tyrone, will find it pro fitable to call and purchase goods from F. 31. Beh & Co: 'See card in another column. K7"Raftsraen, who are going down tha river In the Spring, are informed., by a notice ia another column that "White Hall Boarding House,', near Frenchville, is prepared 1'or their reception by the proprietor Jonx W. Rideu. If John's sour krout' is as well 'seasoned' as Mother Moore's, we have no doubt he'll get lots of custom. HT" Those of our merchant friends who de iro to lay in a first rate stock of Drugs and Chemicals, and to buy from a first rate i'.rm, should call 133 Market St., on their naxt visit to the City, at Russell & Schott's. C-Land speculators will see an opportuni ty ofll'rod them, by the Orphans' Court Sale Advertised in another column. C7" We publish Has week. the. Receipts and Expenditures of Clearfi jld County, which will be found i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 28 February 1855

3 ft i IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS! WHOLESAE TIN AND SHEET IRON WAKE Mascfactout. The subscriber having increased hi facilities for manufacturing ware, is now pre pared to famish all who may favor him with their orders. JNont but the bent workmen are employed, and superior articles of stock used. For the good quality of his Wares. he can refer to his large num. ber cf customers in Clearfield and adjoining coun ties, who bars purchased from him for many years pas. . STOVE PIPE always on hand. . VFEctry article- is inspected before it lerves the factum merchants are not trouUed trithlenku ware. Price lists furnished on post-paid application. LYMAN U 1LBERT, No. IS Market St., . Jan. SI, '55. . Harrisburg, Pa. EL. BARRETT, with WILLIMSON, TAY- L'R- A CO.. Wholelab Dealers is rOREIGN AND DOMESTIC BUY GOODS, Ko. 73 Market .Street, between Second and Third fLiladelphia. - JJuu. 17.'55.-6m. ND j TTilOI.E3AI.Ji l BALERS ix II Ui, Caps, Fnrs.trC, No. 173 Mart tt Street, between :-th t.nd (Ha fcts...

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. — 7 March 1855

u u 1 1 COME AND TAKE ME. Dlvivier. VOL. 1. CLEARPIELD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 18-5-5. NO.- 33. RAFTSMAN'S JOURNAL. Be. Joves, Publisher. Per. annum. payable ia advanco,) $1 50 If paid within the year, 2 CO No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at tlio cxpi ration of the terra subscribed for, will bo consider d a new enr jement. ' f5oe!rt. DESTRUCTION OF BABYLON. ISAIAH XXI. As the whirlwinds that 'tend on the deadly simoom Are the sounds of the spoiler that ring on my ear, O erthe queen of (JaaUea bangs a darK veil ot gloom, A mantle tcenroua ner wnen sixcicuea on acr oier From the desert it comes from a terrible land The armies of Elam in bristling array, hand With the proud hosts of Media approach hand in Weep liabjlon weep lo too end oi iiiy uay. No more shalt thou raise thy proud standard on hign snrine No moro shall the nations bow down at thy The close of thy day dream is fast drawing nigh, . And thy glories shall fade in a rap...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 March 1855

s 1: ft r I 11 fi V -2 it 3 - i -r i ; THE EAITSMAH'S J0HB9AL 'Jz-r--iJL - ----- CLEARFIELD, PA . , Wednesday, March. 7, 1853. lid?- The failure of the Tuesday evening mail must account for the almost total absence " of Eastern news, in the present nnmberof the 'Journal. Wc have oar arrangements made so " as to receive the latest news in' the last mail before we go to press. We are indebted to L. Jacesoh Chans, 1 Esq;, our polite and accommodating District Attorney, for the report of the Court Proceed . ings, published last week. Mr. Crass is an excellent and gentlemanly officer always rea dy to confer a favor. The Know Nothtsq Almanac, and True American's Manuel, for 1855, is before lis, from the press of De "Witt & Davespobt, No. 160 & 162 Nassau St., New York. We advise v all our American friends to procure a copy of this excellent and usefal publication. Price $7 per hundred. $1 per dozen. . Graham's Magazixe for March has been re eeived. It is a beautiful number, cmbeli...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 March 1855

u u THE JOURNAL. "K7" Those of oar readers who so frequently have occasion to visit Tyrone, will find it pro fitable to call and purchase goods from F- M. Bell & Co. See card in another columu. K?Raftsrnen, who arc going down the river in the Spring, are informed, by a notico in another column that "White Hall Boarding nonse, near Frenchville, is prepared for their reception by the proprietor Johs W. Rldek. If John's 'sour krout' is as well 'seasoned' as Mother Moore's, we have no doubt he'll get lots of custom. KF Those of our merchant friends who de sire to lay in a first rate stock of Drugs and Chemicals, and to buy from a first rate firm, nhould call 138 Market St., on their next visit to the City, at Rcsseix & Schott's. C5"Land speculators will see an opportuni ty offered them, b the Orphans' Court Sale advertised in another column. E7Wc publish this week, the Receipts and Expenditures of Clearfield County, which will be found interesting. . 23-It frequently happens tha...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 7 March 1855

ill 1111 Hi9' lllMia I. I 8 i if si if r I II I - - n -. ft IT 3- rl V - ' 1 fit t, f i. t i5 . ffoptilar long. A 1ITTLE MORE CIDER. I lovo do white gal and de Mack, And I lovo all cfi-rest ; I love de gal Tor loving me, But I love myself do best. I feel eo very thirsty, I've just been down to supper, - . - I drank four pails of applejack, And a tab of apple butter.. Che rut And a little more cider do, A little more cider do, . A little more cider for Miss Dine, A little more cider do. When first I saw Miss Snowflake, In Chestnut street I spied her, And oh how happy I'd have been, Just to have been beside her ; She winked at me, I blinked at her, Until she crossed de street, -' ' And turning round, she smiled, and said, A little more cider sweet. A little more cider, Jto. I wish I was an apple, Mi Snowflake was another, Oh what a pretty pair we'd make, Upon the tree together; She smile at me, I'd smile at her, We both would look so neat. But oh how happy we should be When squashed i...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 March 1855

u u r IhTm Mi COME AND TAKE ME. Dcvivieh. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1855. NO. 34. VOL. 1. i RAFTSMAN'S JOURXAL. Bex. Jones, Publisher. Per. annua, (payable in advance,) $1 50 If paid within the year, 2 00 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance at the expi ration of the form subscribed ior, will be consider ed anew engagement. . .Original -3Hornl Calr. WBITTCX FOTl THE JOCRXAL. " . the - COPYE.IOHT SECURED. :0: 3r CHAPTER XV. "Wretched man ! The pangs of a gnilty con science are lashing him. A thousand scorpi tms have fastened themselves upon his soul. Every inlet of Hgtt to it is blocked up, while legions of black, hideous monsters have their ! revels there. . Those deep, blue eyes those innocent eyes hac pierced his soul through and through, like barbed, poisoned daggers. And thou art young ! yes ; and noble, gen erous, and brave. But, ah ! to think, that in a form just developing itself into such manly proportions itiio a s...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 March 1855

THE SAFTSMAB'S JOUBHALi CLEARFIELD, P A . vedneiday, JTarch 14, 1353. The Nationai Defesdeh, is the title of a new weekly paper recently started in PLiladel phia. It is neatly printed, ably edited, and American all over. Price $2.00 per year in advance. ... Ecfadok axd Mexico. We have a rumor that a new expedition is on foot, having for its object the liberation of the great Sonth American Republic of Ecuador. What next ? A New York paper, the Herald, suggests an expedition for the capture of, Mexico, and says that five thousand American volunteers landed at Vera Cruz' could repeat the cam paigns of Cortes and Scott, in a holiday ex cursion to the capital. TO OUR FRIENDS. "We look to our American friends, this spring, for their aid and assistance. Our bold and open course on the American question has called down upon us the maledictions of the Jesuits and "their allies, and as the exponent . of American principles, our paper ought, and we have no doubt will receive a liberal support...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 14 March 1855

uy bob wmaummmm. THE JOURNAL. rjWatermen, and others who 2nd it neces sary to atop in Philipsburg, will see by ref ference to a card in another colninn, that J . G. Busk, of the "Philipsburg Exchange,", is pre pared to accommodate them. Give him a call HP" Those wanting to sell lumber, or pur chase merchandise on good terms, are recorn-, mended to call at the store of lion. A. K. Weight, on Second street. See card. f7 Those of our readers who so frequently have occasion to visit Tyrone, will find it pro fitable to call and purchase goods from F. M. Bell & Co. See card in another column. QKaftsincn, who are going down the river in the Spring, are informed, by a notice in another column that . ""White Hall Boarding House, near Frenchville, is prepared for their reception by the proprietor John W". Kieer. If John's 'sour kror.t' is as well 'seasoned' as 'Mother Moore's, we have no doubt he'll get lots of custom. KT-Those of our merchant friends who de sire to lay in a first rate st...

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