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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 January 1879

nzachita tlegraplh. M&ONROE. LA.. JANUARY 17, 1879. A question of debate for the City Council, Which Is the greater nuisance the sidewalk cow, or the sidewalk wheelbarrow ? Mr. Jerry C. Mills, a worthy citizen of this parish, and a young man, (aged 31 years,) much beloved, died at his residence on the Island DeSlard on the 15th. Judge Norwood, of Morehouse, our former confrere of the Morehouse Clari on, iassed through Monroe, Wednes day, on his return from a visit to his old home in East Feliclana. A daily mail has been established from Monroe to Eldorado, Ark., via Farmerville. We congratulate our northern neighbors upon this valuable improvement in their postal facilities. The vote for U. S. Senator in the legislature has thus far amounted to nothing. In the Democratic caucus no choice has been made. Balloting for the Senator, according to Art. 47 of the Constitution, should have commenced last Monday. Judge Slack and family took leave of their old home and friends 'Wednesday ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 17 January 1879

MONROE. LA., JANUARY 17. 1879. DON'T STOP' M PNPEB. Don't stop my paper, printer. Dbi't strike may name off yet; Yon:know hs-thimes are stringent, And dollhe sdq to get; Bn tugiA;llttle pare Is what Iaiesapxedo, -Andsosape ha Mi55 together, I Enough forme and you. I can't atord.to.drop it; Ifind it.dosen't pay To do without a paper, However others may. I hate to ask my neighbors To give theirs on loan ; They don'tjust say, but mean it, , Why don't you have your own ? You can't tell how we miss it, If it, by any fate, Should happen not to reach us, Or comes a little late; Then all is in a hubbub, And things go all awry, And, printer, if you're married You know the reason why. I cannot do without it, It is no use to try. For other people take it, And, printer, so must I. I, too, must keep me posted, And know what's going on, Or feel, and be accounted A fogy simpleton. Then, take it kindly, printer,. If pay be somewhat slow, For cash is not so plenty, And wants not few, you know. But ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 January 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1879. NUMBER 2v. THE TELEGRAPH: Pablished every Friday. AT MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH, LA. .-. WR. Eoo I,.L.2 Mu Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ,,o copy, one year.............................. $4,00 me copy, six months,........................ 2,50 ADVANOB RATES: ,loe copy, one year,............ .............8,00 S),ao copy, six months .......... ...........2,00 I'ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Idvortisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows: Urnna sQ'Eus. 1m.2m.3m.6m.12m. One...................... S3 0 4 5 8 111 15 Two ........................ 6 0 10 13 20 2 Three..................... 10 001 15 17 281 35 Four..................... 13 00 20J 231 321 45 Ton (4 ool.)........... 20 00 4 50 70 90 Pifteen(% col.)...... 40 00 55 70 90 130 Twenty-one (...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 January 1879

0. . CoaUamIZ. Ndas. 1 Omelal Journal of the Parish of Ouachita. Offcial ýq~ra yd tljiCi''pt Monroe. ` ;. TIT.-T 7- W.- ,, ork Sun.] T ' I .ew rbeen the least moral donbntah Whel Kellogg signed what is k j.q 4ýTs o'second set of certificates for elto..of Laouiseiana, to correct the errors, which rendered the first set wortiless, he knew that several names were forged to that paper, if he was not directly a party to the forgery. Everybody knows now that the date of the certificates was fabricated to cor respond with th~rejected original,which Returning Board Anderson had carried to Washington, and which Mr. Ferry, President pro tempore of the Senate, had told him was Irregular in form and therefore ihvalid. It has already been proven that Anderson opened- this cer tificate in Washington, where he con sulted with the Republican chiefs as to the exact form, and then hurried back to NeW Orleans to procure the paper upon which the Electoral Commission acted finally. A. B. Leviseo swore b...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 January 1879

-uachita tdl grapb. MONROE. LA.. JANUARY 24.1879. S. Meyer offers flannels, shawls and blankets, as well as all other winter goods, at just one half their regular value. The District Court is still in session. Judge Parsons is determined to rid the Docket of important suits and will go into, if not through, next week to accomplish it. By reference to "Important Notice" the public will learn that Mr. Austin Green, Clerk of the District Court, is authorized to take Homestead affida vits for the convenience of this section of the country. Applicants can accom plish here what they could by going to New Orleans. The difference in the expenses will commend itself to inter ested parties. The Constitutional Convention bill fixed the 18th of March to choose dele gates and the 21st of April for the meeting. Up to the 20th instant the bill had not been published, and, for aught we know, not signed. No other bills of importance have been passed, but of bills introduced there are hen Sdreds touc...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 24 January 1879

*narctits 5elgiraph. MONROE. LA., JANUARY 2S4.1 9. DANIEL WEDSTER'S MONET MATTERS Every once in a while somebody Scontradic #ii .th; p.ut o. pits the stornes gtway etrelatg about Daniel Wetlate* gjasne dateeese tin money mah .g. ..writer In. the Bos ton. -oniaiesal Advertiser has just denied that:Butt Choate ever lost a dollarLbyeidalOraing the Massachusetts stateman's notes, and that the latter invariably paid strict attention to his paper maturing at the Merchants' Bank in Boston. If this be so, Choate and the Merchants' Bank must have been exceptionally treated by the great expounder, who was half a Harold Skimpole, though in a grand, lofty way. At this late day there can hardly be any reasonable doubts as to Webster's financial habits, notorious in Boston and Washington, and almost everywhere else in fact. Some of his friends used to say that he did not contract those habits until he had been a long time in the United States Senate and .been obliged to relinquish a very lucrati...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 January 1879

F~i4 VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 81, 1879. VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 81, 1870s. _Naat~R~rig TH.E TELEGRAPH: PIblished every Prtlay. AT MONROE. OUACHITA PARISH, LA. c#. WN. ZhEoCdI EL TZI=, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. S,.ne copy, one year,............................ 14,00 + 1ne copy, six months ......................... 2,50 ADVAxNOa ZA=a: t kte copy, one year ............ ................... 3,00 one copy, six months .......................... 2,00 "'AR1FF OF ADVERTISING RATES. Advertisaements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch ot apace or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each sebsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : v onnsa se'ans. Lo m.S m. 8 m. a m. 12m. One ......................Ii0 6 8f 11 15 Two ........................ 6 501 ll131 20 25 Three................. 10 00 151 171 26 85 Four........ ....... 1 00 20 23 82 45 Five..........

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 January 1879

*RRrhitEEIS tlt ib. a. W. Meanag U S osll erasl or l lbe uarh .Ifu eMt-. M*maaIOA!UW IaNVSAU I Ohaefthe b of the bill call la . coam.a tiea onvemlion, was that libould be submitted to the peo ple or ratification by ballot In Novem herm umt. We are aware that the ae"tio of a convention is usually sab mitsed to the voters for confirmation or raeetiona; but would not an orgoanic law n by delegates elected by the sop ly for that purpose be " .  upon them,.without the inetlenof an additional vote to make it the supreme law of the State. SWe make this inquiry, because we are atlde tbht a herculesa eabrt will be made to debat Its ratlfiation, by SLate loodbeldersnacumbente of oR. as with fat slares, and the Republl ca party. This tsno small combina tion; and is cm lated to excite grave apper lesm as to it final adoption w mea mae sd by many open and eo0assmas, Itidefeated by such a eoesim, thel time and expense of a qnavmton will have been lost, and the SMate will ameesearily fall back ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 January 1879

*rnasaitza -atgaph. MONROE. LA., JANUARY 81,1879. MorrisBooe is ofebrlng great bargains; go and prles his goods. Breech-loadlaing shotguns worth $75 can be bought for $40 at Bills' book. store. Fresh turnip seed of every variety, in any quantity, for sale at J. A. Moore's new drug store. The Mayor requests us to notify all persons who do not pay their taxes or licenses by Monday, that their property will be seized and sold for the taxes or licenses due, and the penalties thereon. Mr. D. Laupheimer, of Farmerville, died at that placeTnesday. His remains were intered in the Jewish cemetery of this city yesterday morning, with the honors of the order B'nai B'rlth. Mr. L. was a son-in-law of our old friend, Mr. D. Stein. Mr. A. Seligman, who was in Monroe a few days ago as a commer cial agent, was robbed of $4,500 in diamonds and $600 in cash en route from New Orleans to Louisville. It is supposed he was echloroformed. Mr. S. is a brother-in-law of the Messrs. Newitter, formerly with H....

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 31 January 1879

mON3ROE. LA.,J VAsYa8I. 1879. A WWil W1.p ISl 0IN Q NOME. and d 1ere were t hiheel. ihte house in ?" asked ."°  .'bhthe san'tl" replied Mr. b ieMat.ut She is perennially -go: down to the " Woman S Sl Xubs ap.d if she le not she has n skB there .sI the hall 04t7 Sdalhed up thaer, look for her. atyhe Chareh Ald'Boelety, or at 't: lin1t1 Ward Soap; Huse or a thae $idae iof the one-fsued, or the refuage forinfis d ip.or at-tlt hospital for the esth mste, or at the St. Polyearp Oh.aq Asylum, or at someah f th4d -ýi Itlon .ng ps..4 tou'lt see pampeu:" , :andA mrogmindd women, and undetelothilg for the heathen thain you ever.aw ,In the whole course :u1 satst'to sell her a. cold-handle 't. t at. Do you. think she "4She will I you earn prove that the naked eannlbalp in. Senegaibia., are yea ig 'fo6r domandle. flat-Irons, Bhe ,would buy diamond breastpins fbr those niggers If they wanted them~ I believe." "- intendid also to offer her a new kind of immovable hair-pin, which-" "A l'right...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 February 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1879. NUMBER 22. THE TELEGRAPH: Publisha every Fetay. .T M.ONROE, OUAOHITA PARISH. LA. 4. 'WW. ZM~o CPZEL.N Editor and Proprietor. TERMSB OI SUBSORIPTION. * tie copy, one year........ .............. . 44,00 Hne copy, six monthsh.......... ............. 2,50 ADovANOU RATs: -one copy, one year ............ ............... 8,00 O)ne copy, six months ............................00 TARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. .Ldvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or les) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer periods as follows : Suixa s'agaes. 1 m.2m.8m.Om. 12. One..................... i O 4111 18 Two. . . . I68 01 101 131 20 25 Three ............... 10 1001 171 6 35 Four ............... ...... 1800 2 45 Five.. _...... 150 5 271 4o Ten ()eoL.)........ l 4o 0 70 90 Fifteen (M ol.).4... 000l 70 90 10 Twenty-one (l .)... 80 00 7o...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 February 1879

a. W. Nia aui . 11P11 .-. . Oe-sl u- ramsa attkh Parls aosnofeit. aMMI Jeersal gi teor .a1 Rme. the g(ese Aasembly, n fixing a day for theeleetioa of 4elegates to the ooansEtntial convention, selected Tuesday, the 18th day of. March. We do not know what partleuiar reason if ay-gauided the leglslature in the selection of thisday,heor do we consider the selection morethan ordlaary routine bsalness; but the fact that the 18th of March is the annivermsary of the birth of the greatest statesmam our country has produced-a man who towered  thos ht above all his, contemporarios and who in his day was the Ajax of Constittional Liberty-bas impressed us with the fltaes of theselectibn, and, more than over, with the importance and magnitude or the lasses to be de elded. Our renders will understand us better when we remind them that the 18th of March (1788) was the birthday of Jlow CALt wULL. CAbLHOUv, the great apostli of mnocracy and of lopal selfgovernment. The coineidence should augur ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 February 1879

u achita tlegraph. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 7,1879. The parish Jail received a thorough washing from the Firemen last Tues day. The poet office will be removed in a few days to the house lately occupied by W. H. Ferry and opposite Ri.s's bookstore. Mr. Richard Fullam is engaged in repairing the office of the Clerk and Recorder. In the office of the Recorder the partition wall has been taken down. It was put up 48 years ago. Wo are authorized to state that Judge R. W. Richardson will, if nominated, accept the responsible position of a Democratic candidate for this senatorl al district for the Constitutional Con vention. The Judge was in the Con vention of 1852, and is fully competent as a delegate at this time. This announcement reaches us just as we are going to press. Geo. E. Strong. Attention is called to the advertise ment of Mr. Strong, of New Orleans, successor to E. A. Tyler in the Jewelry business. Visitors to that city wishing to purchase jewelry, watches, silver ware, or any a...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 7 February 1879

Onactita V4.grnpb. Stir.gg LA.. BUARY 7, 187. , - ;N'II>L D RUMiS. : ljmssastol&0di blow :.: e (18. Lous madde VI., -T-y aba-ee aMIOR oa enothe n WAlrvageSnosewhich could construet * The4et.~,qs.si . Up 9pakres t,.e.' . dd irummer, Onese man oeat did ake'. And loekeTdthe astiial In a sa "1fi y'o as oondre round the msal Withe laend kerosfene, And. ebres taWfd-twerty hoars It blased "Tle Are went out, the n saf was dooled, and iildbrsafhi rve.n HPnPuied oddllaelurs i that oat Did not come oFat alive." The mild a ispake and answered him The Chicago anit agent': "With our sae one day we did essay The same experiment. "We placed the uafesableqted on Of coals a de y bed, And pitch-pine weheaped in oil steeped Till the iron glowed bright red; And in torty-elght hours we ope'd the safe, And, alas the cat was dead." "Was deadt Aba!" his rival cried, With a triumphant breath; But the Chicago man replied: "Yes, the oat was frozen to death i" No word that St. Louis drummer spoke, But...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 February 1879

VOLUME XIV. - MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1879. NUMBER 23. THE TELEGRAPH: blisaed mever ritly. tT MONROE, OUASHITA PARISH. LA. Editor and Proprietor. TrRMS OF SUBSORIPTION. .no copy, one year........................ .4,00 1,1o copy, iil months.................... 2,50 ADVANOD RATZB: b110 copy, one year........ ............8,00 i:n copy, six months .....................2,00 I'ARiFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. \dvertisements will be inserted at one dollar and fifry cents per square (one inch of space or loss) for the first, and seventy live conts for each subsequent insertion, for any time under one month. For longer poriods as follows : .iuunma sqgas. 1 'm.lm.m. em.12m. One.............. .: 6# 110*i- - 15 Two................. . I 13 2 25 Three............. 10 001 5 17 2 85 Four ................. ISo 2I 2 45 Five ...................... 1 0 01 5 271 40 - 'en (3ý ool.).......... 0 0 50 70 90 Fifteen(% col.) .... 40 00 55 70 90 130 Twenty-oue (1 c.)... 50 00 71 85 1251 175 Cards...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 February 1879

-o. W. eaOUAfl. atesr. Ofelal Journal of the Parish ai OtpJhtao folval Journal of the City of oearoe. MaoNBo,. LA..,PDlIH41tY 14.1879. "NO MORE STORMY CLOUDS." One of the eneouraging features of the existing canvass for delegates to a constitutional convention is the alaerity with which our brethren of the press, lately not overly much in love with a constitutiomal onvention, are "coming forward ta support of a change in the State's organic law. We not ovy de rive great pleasuer am. ths habugeof thought alnd aseatment,'best we have beaj lastrusted no itle by these con temporasre ,or esars in what coestitutes the desaoiq and rotten places in the (onastltutiu of 1868. We were not aware, until quite recently, that that Instrument was stulld so fuall of odious and execrable provisions, or that the people of Louislana were so sadly in want of a new Coastitution. True, we had thought of the matter for some time, and had croeed out a few Articles inthepresent so-called Constitution, but t...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 February 1879

utachtta 5SItpaph. MONROE, LA., FEBRUARY 14. 1879. Landreth's garden seeds at Bills' Bookstore. ponce Juries. It is made the duty of the police juries of the several parishes, by section 13 of Act 58 of the regular session of 1878, approved. 11th April, 1878, to ap point commissioners of election and their clerks "' fifteen days prior to an election." The approaching election comes off on the 18th of March. New Music. "Gordon's March," by Prof. Henry Schoeller, of Dalton, Ga., and dedicated to Gen. John B. Gordon, "The Man of 12th May, 1864," is just received from the enterprising publishers. Ad mirers of "Gallant Gordon" (and that comprises the Solid South) will be de lighted with the life-like lithograph that adorns the superb military title page, and the March itself has the true musical Inspiration. Brass bands are already playing it, and It will soon be heard from thousandsof planeos through the South. Sold by all music dealers, or send 40c to the publishers, Ludden & Bates...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 14 February 1879

*Rahrita WethataplQ aMONROE, LA FE. t`ART 14,, 187. .hemsewer :omes whenmiie is gone. SAnji' the wety aight.hours go goz~ tai beat r rese $loane'hea break; Soat waonder why 'tisso.. Someloa the tent andesome them ld4. I often wonder whb Ip slight :j The onewho etseve thos Who `iel: some lsnd@ flsid where othi*isauds' And so through. ees sa4lutloseg Leads Move on the two'extremms of Nsb. Some fleet bflt where some bret e.e d In tlrele "A tlioth y wfty' some trualeo. wpre some h've flea; Some seek when othOer shun the fray. Some swords rust where.others cla .h, some fall back when some move on ; Some lgp tfurl wher'othersa flh , Until the battlehaes beenrwon. Somde aleep on whibe othelrp keep The vigils of the:tr'ue ad-bave ' Th6y will not rest till is teep Aroundia etr ise ' A grave. A SWIFJ. OHAMNEDAN ..WEDDING. The Marriage of the Fifth So. of the Khedive of Egypt. [From the London Times.] ALExAxNDarsA Jan. 14.-- o-day. lt e a great Mohammedan wedding;' Mali meod Hamdl Bey, the ...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 February 1879

VOLUME XIV. MONROE, LOUISIANA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1879. NUMBER 924. THE TELEGRAPH: Iub~ah. every 0 r1Iay. ST' MONROE, OUACHITA PARISH. LA .. w . 3haooN*. awgZ=, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS OF SUB8CRIPTION. 1o copy, one year,.......................... s,,1 ice copy, six months........................2,. ADVA1oDB RATas: ,,ae copy, one year.......... ................... 3,01 ')ne copy, six months ...........................2,10 I'ARIFF OF ADVERTISING RATES. ºdvertisements will be inserted at on! dollar and fifty cents per square (one inch of space or less) for the first, and seventy five cents for each subsequent insertion, fo any time under one month. For longe periods as follows : .:ua sq'ass. 1 m. Snm. 3m. 6m. 12m. One.............. i3 i . - 11 - 18 Two........... ... 81 1 1 20 2 Three................... 10 15 17 26 5 Four .............. 18 00 28 832 4 live.... . 18 2.... 140 5 Fifteen (% oL)..... 40 70 90 180 Twonty-one (t c.)... 50 70 85 128 175 Cards of a personal characer...

Publication Title: Ouachita Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ouachita telegraph. — 21 February 1879

*.xchita 5.Igax aph G. W. msomsses .aim , o0ea1 eournal or th Parish OlOaieita. Ol0n1 Jeoarasl Sie Crty or N toroe. 'WUi STATE L AUMUmm LTION. As It Stands-The Remeyr. The admnistration of Governor Nicholls, for which we are all more or lees responsible, is now. ranked as a hailure. We say more or less responsibility rests with all, because those who failed to urge upon the Governor an early abandonment of that policy-whihob observing and thinking mea must have known would end as it has-are more to blame, and have more respon albilty to amame, thian those who pointed out the failure, now upon us, months ago.. . The administratlon could' have been sencessfal, and that success would have merited as well - -received applause, upon three vital political linses. Fi-In a ustsading the flnancial honor of the State.. Second-In suppressing violence in thie -arLbaa Ttit ai retaining the solidity of the smaterlal eltimns who had elected and suneesfually seated it. On all these vital issnes Go...

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