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THE SECRET CALCULATION [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

THE SECRET CALCULATION As the organs of the State Treasury plunderers have ventured to deny that the pasting and folding for the two Houses at Harrisburg can he done for the amount of our offer—$7,000, we will state the.flgures upon which our offer was based t. •- Documents to fold and put in wrappers, each day, average: For House of Representative* 4,500 for Senate, say 1,(00 6,000 To do this work, we would have employed : Eight men, at 93 per day « $24.0 One foreman, at H per day , 4.00 0 828.00 During the session, say 80 working days, amounting to $2,520.00. Leaving the handsome " margin" of #4,480.00 for the benefit of the contractors. And to prove that the above figures are entirely safe, we need only add, what no .respectable printer or book-binder will deuy that they are much higher , than was ever paid by any printer in the country for the same amount of work. During the late campaign we folded, packed and addressed, over ten thousand copies of FATHER ABRAHAM , once ev...

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n Mv^Mmnmm- [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

n Mv^Mmnmm- alor Lmcry J?eeweKA*JVi« 9vi/~ Seven—The City Hiil—*%iries «4p»r, <t- c, rtr. "V ^ lV HARRisnuao, Jan. 26th, ! ¦ DEAR FATHER ABRAHAM : The buWnf i aside the return of the late election f»"H j ceiver of Taxes in Philadelphia, and to COTBJ , tlnue in office Mr. Peltz, the present incum-\ bent, until the matter has been decided by the i Courts, went through many carious changes during the past week, and finally resulted In the defeat of the measure. i On Friday last, it happened that: three Bei publican Senators were necessarily absent j from ^ rfarrlsDurg, and'lhT'tJemocrats, taking advantage of thiSatiiliimgssiue , left the Sen-I ate Chamber in a body, and no quorum could be gathered together. To be effective, the ; bill, ft was well known, must pass last week, and great efforts wer« made to secure a qno-, rum for Saturday's session. Telegrams w*ie despatched and messages sent after the absent Republicans, but Saturday morning came and still no quetUBl. Tho...

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STATE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

STATE NEWS. CENTER COUNTY.—A child of Daniel Sluiev, of Harris twp.,"eighteen months old, " was burned to death last week , bv its clothing inking tire accitlehtally..;....4. cow, at Bellefonte, last week, yielded nine pounds of butter and milk enough for several families Prices at Bellefonte—potatoes, Sl.a."); eggs. 25(<f 30c; butter, 4'ic; live chickens, each , 40ft50e; live turkeys-•^ 1.7">. ADAMS COUNTY.—Fred. Douglas lectured in the Gettysburg Agricultural Hall on Monday evening A hotel company, chartered by the Legislature, lias just lx-en organized to erect a hotel at Lithea Springs, U20 feet by 44 feet, with a wing lit) by 44 feet; three stories high, with French roof, and to be built of brown sandstone, found on the ground. CHKSTKU CofNTV.—An eagle was shot on Sunday, in East, Pikelnnd, which measured seven feet three inches across tire wing A house belonging to the estate of Jesse Kvanson, deceased , in Kennett township, was totally destroyed by fire on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

New Advertisements. amounts to 15,007.16, against »2,*M.4« last year, being an increase of fs,706.15. The aggregate number of day* prisoners nave been hoarded and confined was 4^60 more in 18*8 than In 18S7. The manufacturing operations during the year produced as follows: 6,481 yards of carpet for sale, 3fitl*4 yards carpet for customers, 6.195 yards of bagging. 1,436 pairs of boots and shoes made and mended, DStf . lM segars made, 942 baskets made, 120 dozen grain bags made, UKflsh nets and seines made, a«d 26,400 skewers. There were manufactured geo*s On band to tho amount of #3,717.04, consisting among other articles of »',s52 yards of carpet for sale, 381 baskets of various KIBCS, 75 11-12 dozen grain bags, 311 flab and fly net*, and 50,0*0 segars. The profits of the labor of the prisoners for the »ast year was. ?3,813 82, as shown l>v the statement of gain and loss, which Is *J ,M6.S« more than in 18W, *3,051..?4 more than in 1866, 41,133.08 more than In 1SA6, and*85,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

JPerioditxUs. rpiIE DAILY EVENINGEXPEES8, FURNISH KSj4^|^tf|B8 REGULARLY THE LA ^^|PHkCp BY MAIL MAGNETIC T1e%»MtfrPH, And all Important Loct&kJkGsmersd Iutelligencc. TKHMS: *.i.oo'At£AR; WJ^^«>R t MONTH*. ¦ ^AatHBtz ' * ' A SATUJIJPAY nMHHHi^ *"IR8T CLASP, C'oiitis all theBS^^KB week up to Fatday "isht,jMsives mm^L^LW*4amng than ej&Tfc had elMkVere tbr thl"^B| amount otmjgm. TsB^gu »S.OOPER Y89pKADVANBCT Claim Agency. TAMES BLACK, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND MILITARY AXD NAVAL CLAIM AGENT, No. 50 East Kiny-sl.. Lancaster, Pa, Belli" dulv licensed as a Claim Agent, and having u large eJtiK-rlenee, prompt attenttoa will be given to the following classes of claims: BOUNTY and r AY' due discharged Soldlersaisat sailors. BOUNTY (additional) to Soldiers who enlisted for not less than 2 or 3 years, or were houea*- hlvdischarged for wounds received. BOUNTY (additional) to Widows, Children, or Parents of Soldiers who died from wounds received or disease contracted in sai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

[ ^* Bm^ BTl MH; nHH* | New Advertisements. j QELLING AT COST\ ^^k»B«». r he undersigned wishing to Ij£**iM»* REDUCE HIS ' LA.10K STOCK OF BOOKS fM STATIONERY, "¦ jk .jr"-'*-)*. f * * W ' '" ' wltf^KLL AT COST, O^ A^- 'COtNT OF REMOVAL. -*- «? . •», J. H. SHEAFFKR, ,--'^^WfSfH gj xo. 32 .North Queen street, -m|B|BK^LOOK TO YOUR HHHHJ^H^IIK ^STiPWy^^^^rf' ^^^^^^^^B^B^ff* BKST*S Flil^HB3ff|GOHAT()i: AXD Oli!spW'TW ffiTl;()YKll. ' it, is the moat BaW^i combination of ingrcjHkts ever knolrnp^r Fruit, and the evidence GMui produeejuSamen of the highest stand-;«¦«**ociety oMbevencflts to be derived from ' ¦n^W1 Eruit TSees, Vines, Wheat, Corn, Hoiv-5%^^& all khws of Vegetation, cannot be gaJMMMiy any honest man. When applied to trMESTyfenetrates every pore, destroying the worinrn the heaitof the tree, and bycounccting with -the, mineral substance of the earth, OosWo9t4ni«niseaiul prevents the creation of any dugtruptlvi; insects. It will prevent Curculie irusi|3 l im uymj inajyw...

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THE FUOPLfi XOVlSfc;. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

THE FUOPLfi XOVlSfc;. Our Members sf-ate flfftt** Bcpnilated—Our Senators Sustsinjwl. A public meetrhgWiftye^rs1 or East Hemp- field township was held at Sailing*, on.Satu^-"' day, January 23d, to take into consideration 1 tbe recent extraordinary actlim of ourKepre- sentativeB at Harrisburg, T,he meeting was ; well attended, and was organized by the appointmentofthefollowingoffleeTR: PresldSiit, : D. LitrjrdLD, Vice' Presidents, Jdhn 'w'eid- ' man, W. D. Relteel; Beeretarieii, A. K. StrlcHer, A. P. Breneman. ' After appropriate remarks by tne President; ; and Messrs. Kreider ani Beitael, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted : AVhereas, We have heard with profound \ regret and deep mortification, that tho mem- , liers of the House of Representatives from ' Lancaster county, have voted to increfUkXfce clerical force at Harrisburg beyond alt" >*»* ri dent, and rejected a proper offer to economize the expenses of Government, when tha^eojlje are g...

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§otnl §^w^ ^ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

§otnl §^w^ ^ ITEMS: The Ifillersville Koraoal School had 770 students iu 1HCK ; estimated v*Uu *f school ]>roperty, 9127,500; State apnxojtfl»- tions, 825,681.98. ' Watson A. McGlaugWin, of OreMhsM, this county, has obtained a patent fdrtasproved machine for dressing mill stonefHwd Samuel B. Shenk, of Manor township, JoWfor an improvement in corn cultivators. ? JsVe*t> Stauffer was the attorney. il Lancaster is cursed with chicken Map**, as well as other kinds of thieves. BMift' •oops have been robbed recently. TWSfBfl creatures. Jauo Rodney took a fancy to a piece ef muslin, in the store of " Cheap Jessie," in. North Queen street, this city, one evening last week, and appropriated it. She was held to bail. This is not her first offense, and " Rockey" says she is afflicted with " kleptomania"—an uncontrollable desire to take things, aud " gives bet Jessie." The new TJ. B. Church, in Manheim, will be dedicated on Sunday, February 7th. Bishop Glossbrsrmer will prea...

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THE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

THE MARKETS. Lancaster Household Markets. I.ASCASTBB , Jan. 28. •flutter, fl ft 40 @ « I-ard . Wft 17 @ 18 Kggs.Vdoz 28 te 30 lieef, by nunrter, torfront,^ lb S @ 9 do. do. do. hindquarters. 11 @ 12 do. do. extra M Whole Horn, per lb H Dressed Chickens, 40 ffl 85 Live thickens 7'J @l.ou Potatoes, W tms 90 gl.lil do. f»halfpk IS ?? 1<T Turnips, «1 half pk G @ H Apples, %1 balfpk 29 fi 30 Walnuts, ? half peck 10 @ 13 Comment & Beans, $t quart 10 6 VI Buckwheat Meal,*! 100 lt,s 5.00 .Corn in the ear, V bus L00 ®1.10 OaU, ft hag of S bus 1.90 @1.7S " " " extra heavy i.0) — -«¦» Reading Markets (Prom tbeDiitiy Kiiglc.) January 57. Butter, V ft sS*9 4e I.arrt, Jt lt, 12 Kggs,%t <lo« 80 Beefsteaks SO @ 2a Hams St Potatoes, *1 bus 75 0100 The Produce Markets. PHILADELPHIA , Jan. 27.—The Flour market is more active but prices are unsettled, with a decidedly downward tendency ; dOO bbls. choice Ohio family, and 600 bbls. tripplo X M. Louis do. sold for shipment o...

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MARRIH^PJ M^ [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

MARRIH^PJ M^ SNYDER-BUSH, On the 31stJm^|MMi city, by Rev. J. X. Metzgar, SamucWttJpfe) of Lancaster, to Miss Lydia Bush, otBbtrri burg. MANN—KEPLIKOER/ _<ftt*flle' < lHli4 *it|t., by Uev. J. J. Striue, Be ' n,]a " min Maiiu, of West Heraprleld, to Harriet Keplfngef, of Mllfebville. -— ¦¦ • "-•'*" "¦ -¦¦ ' ALBBIOHT—SAUDBR. On tlie 19th inst., by the same, Daniel Albright to Eliza Ann Sauder, both of Maytowu, East Donegal twp. WELCHANS—WKBEK. On the 10th inst., by "Rev. Joseph McCool, Geo. R. Welchans, M. D., to Lizzie E. Weber, daughter of Henry Weber, of Pottsville.

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DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

DIED. GANOWEU. flfi the'14th inst, at "the residence of W. F. Noel, Andrew Gangwer, formerly of AUeutown, Lehigh county, Pa. TAMBO. On the 20th inst., in this city, Mrs. Elizabeth Tambo, better known as Mrs. E. Foose, aged 83 years and 20 days. MCPHERSOX. On the 0th inst., at his residence in Drumore-twp., Hngh H. MePherson, in the 45th year of his age. GoBMtEV. On the 10th i ust., iu this city, Anna Maria Gormley, daughter of Joliu Hatz, dee'd, aged til years, 3 months and 8 days. SOLDERS. On the 18th inst., at Reading, MrR. Luclnda Souders, widow of Jacob Souders, dee'd, in the 79th year of her age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

u. IIILIJ »—m^ m^ || 1 ) »J^^ptww New Advetrtisetmynts. POSITIVELY NO HUMBUG! The Patent Right tor the Stateof PennsyWania for the Celebrated \JNITED STATES WASHUtO MACHINE, THE BUST KVKR UFFBRKX) , IS NOW FOR SALE. Those who wish lo make one of the most nrofl table fnvostmontti they can make, will And one ot tbe best opportunities fox doing se br. calling on C. V. WALKEB, THE INVENTOR AND SOLE PROPRIETOR , AT THK EXCHANGE HOTEL , ' jan2B-tf] LANCASTER, PA.

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—-f*>—ill! >¦ ' II * I »H ¦¦ -" ' ' f cttttflg*t»tt**d* $iitgrit. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

—-f*>—ill! >¦ ' II * I »H ¦¦ -" ' ' f cttttflg*t»tt**d* $iitgrit. Wl MB 8AM UXAlMtiTKS OVMWCET HUT fMt AH FBAW. (FUM PIT SCHWBFFLBBRSNNEB.) My orrigahlecht gDck so trait, hot mich eheer gorly fan der notion gebrecht for fceba. Ich war any bow detetnnnad da* whan ich mer net an fcrahteadiche on a really fraw kreeya konn, don du ieh ohna entirely, un bleib an bntchelor. Es war eany dob. tat ehteddle , selly hab to* g*wiet, Is an ahmarts un rechtshafia meaerre , un awer, on se hab Ich uf course Mt dehWl^na , for helra, weiles yusht do Beckey Shtucfcer war; se war olsfert yusht so gooi das derheam in nnserm house, 'fee is tamma un is widder gonga wann fee hut wefia, un se war olsfort will come. Se war aw about goot gvckich, un 4M> shmart un shlick daa mer se hut minsa reapoeta. Beirut ne kea hochy fashions on slch g'hat, awer yusht plain, wohlfeal, awer doch shlick, un somehow—ich weas aelwer net exactly we ich sawya soli—net we an grandy lady hut se geguckt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

COL. GEOBGX %. HAHE18LY, Clark af the Matte «r lNswsytvaala.

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flUtaBtaisBl tW*rW*f*m [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

flUtaBtaisBl tW*rW*f*m VKJsMKsWt. ' DMBBBI at Maun An IMa>«Bvt Bteefttau -Bow His PsBMsal Manda fMeai by H1>*-«Wa>ne4l fiiiliiMual" Lirrui IaaLASD, URDBB TBB_ HILL, ) D«eember».l8»t. \ MISTHUR EDDiTHrR:—It's back to me shanty an' me Judy an' the byes I am, but the divil reaayve me if it's meeelf that's delited wid the fact It's a warrum recipshan an' a cowld wan besides I got. Whin BJput me head In the cabin wld "Save all here," it was Judy that shtnek her fishts on her hips, an' sac she, "So back yez are! Falx yer earner's warrum for yez, ye murdherin' vlllin. Shure there' s niver a bit av mate in the pot, or a handful av male in the bag, or a purtaty in the earner, an' is it the OMUmey yea have to get. dinner wid for yerseif an' yer family, I'd like to know?" "Judy aga," aea I. "Noneav yer mulvatherHi," sedshe; " have yez the numney for the mate ?" u LMvuacint, » seaI. " Thin gltout,yez«hrunker4gommoch,'' sez she, "an' never put yer ugly phiz inside the ...

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SALE OF A SLAVE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

SALE OF A SLAVE GIRL. A writer in the Galaxy gives the following account of the sale of a' slave girl at Charleston, S. C, twenty-five years ago: Passing through the crowd in the direction the driver had pointed, I found, seated behind a board partition that screened her from notice, a girl of some eighteen years, engaged in sewing. To say that she was beautiful would be faint praise. An octoroon, under whose transparent skin the veins radiated in lines of blue, and whose cheeks showed tbat tint, which, in contrast with dark Uqitid^yes, make the race most beautifoi 99 . -earth: of slight figure, tapering hands and feet, and full developed neck andishoulders , over which jet black tresseafell in luxuriance—she was indeed tropical in . her loveliness. She rose from her seat as I stepped within the screen, and bade me good morning. There was no shrinking. A slight blush seemed to lighten tbe color of her cheeks, but it instantly disappeared, or was forgotten in the graceful good ...

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BBrTrYr * ffiMtft** shtsrWef' 1 ^WM^iJtW t^B^^wW^i. *^y ^Pww*BiW' **- * [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

BBrTrYr * ffiMtft** shtsrWef' 1 ^WM^iJtW t^B^^wW^i . *^y ^Pww*BiW' **- * / —PwacJi*«jwl»on«asafw asvjhjm& Mown btosbartaad thought tMh»1tiost ?' strfkrti'^uileJnw of •»* sMtfftMii" he ever beheld/' ' ¦ " *rtt *",f> '"•¦ ' —Spougar cants across »4MHh the other day whoia soeoB^rvative^ahaMn refuses to take a Wttleular e*edterBe ,Mc»aas H promises ^^m^ f^ f^ —Sonic one, speakiag rf * «atbttlag of Yankee lawyisra. to open a i«aw aanrt house, said he Mpposed they had' (Jane "to view the g^ntl where they ««st shortly lie." "; r " —The word D-E-B-T, is composed of the initials of " Dun Every Bady Twjee." Tbe word C-R»B-J>I-T, to Mtaaed Of the initial tetters of "Call Begolarly every day—111 Trust. -"Mr. fiaatth, I Wish t* speak to you privately. Fermit me to take yon apart a few minutes. " Qutfh (Woo ynsivt the least fH#rtenadVr « i>»tafail»/, sir, if you'll promiae to put me together again " -Josh BilMugssays: I would an soon be a stunedroUater, set up...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

—A clergyman waa rebuked by a broth er of tbe etoth, a few days ago, for smok ing. The culprit replied that he used the weed in moderation. " What do you call moderation ?" Inquired tbe other. "Why, sir," said the offender, "one cigar at A time." —An Irish gentleman, residing in Canada, was desirous to persuade his sons to Work as backwoodsmen , instead of drinking, champagne at something more than a dollar a bottle. Whenever this old gen tleman saw his sons so engaged, he used to exclaim: "Ah, my boys) there gees on acre of land, trees and all." —A certain justice was called to the jail to liberate a worthless debtor, by receiving his oath that he was not worth twenty dollars. "Well, Johnny," .said the justice, "*an you swear that yon are not worth twenty dollars, and that you never will be?" "Why.'' answered tbe other, rather chagrined at the question, " I can swear &4m^.t*m* *m mm m SSPl #*¦"> . ¦Wi^iWMiWtjr) !£?m,o%m!twntag, BiWe m Tjand, to !$ib»r^ ' iutowias...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

* fewetvjf. yA&U & JAcisQN, ' "- ~" \ ' **At|h8 L\'. ] ; ' . . ¦' WATGHE8, CLOCKS, jJsWMLMT, si'tv.Bit" AXti S^VEBii»LiT«to"WARl!:, SPBCTACLSS AXD fANCT GOODS, ' No. 15 NCMtTH qjTE^St STREET, LAOTASUB, Tki SarREPAiRINO ATTRNDED TO.fM WATCHBS! WATCHRSI WATCHBSI • CLOCKS, CLOCKS, CLOCKS. ^^^&t^^raj ,mtmnA ^ ^ GEsnrnfR AJ«UICAN.WATCHBS, of di«r«r*Bt wetAt aad ftalsa, «e mu all, whieb aresoldjy Tgi lanjj r*a*pa* bls tSam, ana ^gaW*fi' naa, ?» «***«« of (BlMWhMtB* ~ -wiasawa-BBiiBTaiinji , Xt**Mf<«ta<3t% rrax OLD FBJWf ItuTTJAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Ot PRLAVBLPHLa. AcCOXOLATJs»CAfITAL , (M,«00,€00, After pajrlB|t Los^* t#Se*vs*cB»«t of m,mM CHARTBR *U»HKHTAL. All tho Surplus IHviaond tmomgtt the Putty MtUers tvtrv year, ^yyirmy1 "IK JOHN ,J.1CO \!S RAN, Aaeat, noM-tf ] F. O., Laaeaster, Pa. —I * ** i ii a? i ill ¦ as H ^ o I^S§ § —| Eg§ § § o I1 *$ ¦ SBBV at b *5 a v * »* f tssa g i j « i 3 s g H BBBB J C * It) ?SsT BalB \1} M iJ**8 B^LB fc ...

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^^**^^£ ji^ :; - [Newspaper Article] — Father Abraham — 29 January 1869

^^**^^£ ji^:; - . Wetace faeaaed to ata^MBWfcMMaaBr ' °¥»; ^^ip1l^^^»'^PBW^v5iir of ^partial sunrage. TJK' -lf. aoa the most^aiflaontial papers W'^fto^taotar waftWHfcr* fttlh«f| into liaa «• ti*kv ques-! *iat^#fT|t: U no store d«abtiula* to what p^l||B| ^^f^ B«pu1n^^ party will Scp»felW>l>t' w*t' Mm n arrives for action. ln7|SM «ftlBiB>;MWect weoolydemand 1 jialr||§i iw nil ti'"n '"'""»'the ' mSm^bS^Stkm^^* 6 rank* we are '^HSlMffi^Mo(i, wHl not fttisify its NpWJMnNff'"'''"Ii -what is slmpry right. **f **BBB *B ¥ ttniw ita otaanlaaiian^ has the jppBBBBBBBBBnBJ BBBBBBf ^BV. pBS^BW ^¦'^^B^BSBBBBB^B^^BB^rV^BBf ^t **T»*^ ^ * ^P ^^mM partf AireKt4^ %v^i but tltt|%htch is w teeptoig wftfaour national "wMrtmi. - WHkfm&^iii&v & past ten y«»*i hat bam Arst taken by this party. The Democratic party foUows Aowryand adopts our vfowafoamaheer «eoessity. Let ua UMIM axe^bM graad step-ftrwtttf. Our paopte wnt aaMeitonTt and OiBUtog « ^D*»atr»aa wf...

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