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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 January 1840

I have sworn upon tiro Altar bf nod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the ailnd of Man." Thomas Jefferson, 3 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Volume MI. , MESSAGE, Of the President of llie United Slates, to llie two Houses of Congress, at the com mencement of the first session of the twenty-sixth Congress. -Fellow citizens vf tfie Sarnie and House of Ilrprestnlalivts : I regret that I cannot, on this occasion 'congratulate you that the past year has been 'ono of unalloyed ptospenty. Tho ravages 'of fire and disease have painfully afllietcd 'otherwise nourishing portion or our conn try; and scrmus embarrassments yet dcranc "tho trade of many of our cities. 5'ut not- "withstanding these adverse circumstances, that general prosperity which has heretofore tocen so bountifully bestowed upon us by the Author of all good, still continues to call for our warmest gratitude. Especially have we reason to rejoice in the exuberent hai vcsls which have lavishly recompensed well d...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 January 1840

ml" our servieo will permit. I recommend, I therefore, tlmt commodious and permanent Wracks hit constructed at Uio several posts designated by the Secretary of Wat. Not withstanding tho slato of their discipline and excellent police, the evils resulting to this service from the deficiency of company nfliePM, vrero vcrv apparent, and 1 recom mend that tho staff officers bo permanently separated from the line. Tho navy has been usefully and honora bly employed in protecting the rights and property of onr citizens, wherever the con dition of affairs seemed to require iis pres ence With the exception of one instance, where an outrage, accompanied by minder, was committed on a vessel of the United States while engaged in a lawful commerce, nothing is known to have occurred to im pede or molest the enterprise of our citi zens on that element where it is so signally displajcd. On learning this daring act of piracy, Commodore Reed proceeded imme diately to the spot, and receiving no satis f...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 January 1840

newfl of the English harvo t, not on much from motives of commendable sympathy, but fearful lest its anticipated failure should narrow the field of credit there. Docs not tht speak volumes to the patriot? Can a system be beneficial, wise, or just, which creates greater anxiety for interests depen dent on foreign credit, than for the general prosperity of our own counliy and the pro- -fittiblo exportation of the surplus produce of our labor? The circumstances to which I have thus mlvcrted nppcar to ine to afford weighty Reasons, developed by lato events, to bo ad ded to those which I liavo on former occa yeions ufrorod, when submitting to your bet- f ter knowledge and uiscornmcni the propri- ety ol separating ine custody 01 me puoiie money from banking institutions. Nor has i. any thing occurred to lessen, in my opinion, the force of what lias been heretofore urged. "The only ground on which that custody can be desired by tlio banks, is profitable use which ihcv mav make of the money...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 4 January 1840

' PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE C Concluded J ram third page. J Within tho last few years, events have uppealod to them too strongly to be disrc Carded, j i,cv liaVo seen that the constitu tion, thougli theoretically adhered to, is sub Tertcd in practice; that while on the statute books there is no legal tender but cold and -II - I 7 .1 II!.. . Mivcr, no law impairing uie oongauons o contracts yet that, in point of fact, theptiv iicges cornered on uaiiKingcorporations havi made their notes thccurroi-oy of tho country that the obligations imposed by these note arc violated under tho impulses of interest or convenience, ana that mo mini oer anu power ot the persons connect ed with these corporations or place under their influence, civc them a fearful weight when their interest is in opposition to the spirit of the constitution and jaws. 1 o the people it is immaterial whether these results are produced by open violations of the latter, or by the workings of a system oi wined tlio results is tho...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1840

I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over" the Mind of Maiu Thomas Jefferson. YoitlEKC mi. OFFIECE OF THE DEMOCRAT, X)rrosiTE St. Paul's Ciiuncn, Main-st. -The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, til TIVO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly hi advance, or Two Dollars 'Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. Aro subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; noranyuliscon- tinuancc permitted, until all arrearages arc discharged. -AD VHRTISEMEXTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at ' One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Tivcnti-fivc cents for every subse truent nscrtlon. f.C7.4 liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From the New York Messenger. THE FROZEN CREW. Miserable they Who here cnt.mglcd in tlio gathering ice Tti!:c their list look at the descending Ban. Whilo full of death and fierce with ten...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1840

POLiHTIGAXm Fn.ra tlio llarriiburg Itcjioitcr. BANKS. lere were but four Banks in Pennsyl i, prior lo the 1811. Tlieit capitals in, amounted to 0,050,000. lhey i all ltcated in the city of Philadelphia, two of lliein had eight blanches m the nor of the State. gainst the repealed vetoes ot tnc great iiaii Governor, Simun Snyder, one of iternest republicans atuUoundcstpolili jcoiiDinists of the day," the Mammoth k bill of 1814, was passeu, ami a nosi japer insiiiuuons sprung up m uun-icm uersof the commonwealth. Tliey com-limn- onerations. durhifr the first pension of specie payments and were iitled almost exclusively upon paper.und hunt any advance by tliuir stockholders cither gold or silver. a theso Uanks were not called on to re in their promises to pay, in the legal cur- ity ol mo country ineir nominal ma- juts ol the promissory iiuiea wu unm ur t.r PUKinmcrs. were merely an exchange 'B,hp for naner. or credit for credit ill tins essential difference ftowever that i . :.l .... .....

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1840

COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. 'It. "TIIUTU WlTIlUCt IffcAft ' iIDENTlATi ELECTION 1840. Fort President, ARTI1V VAN I5URBX. I. Fort Vick President, f CHARD M. JOHNSON. AND TUB Iff STITU TIOJNAL TKiSASUKX. I I come .7,v sbe," Mpears to be tlio watch word amonj Wciflibors, and wc repeat it, " Conic vSee." not " our railroad" that is, but j$ bo not our barren hills and dry finis, bill our fertile and beautiful farms firincxaustablc beds of ore, and vnluu- fwater powers and last, though not ,; our beautiful and flourishing village SIdomsluirg, It is situated in ihc centre ihe county, upon the North Branch On nearthc mouth of Fishing Crccl:,a large i never failing stream, which passes $1 its source, through an extensive feililc ry, and down which annually floats Jlinns of feet of pine and other lumber, I lias sufficient fall for innumerable wa r'powcrs unsurpassed by any other in the ile. Upon its borde'rs, for several miles Lm its month, are incxaustablc beds of ta ore, of a quality inferior to non...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 11 January 1840

Till. LEIDY'S SAliSAVAMLLA BLOOD PILLS, JJIIOULD receive a preference over all 1'ilU now 3 existence: first Dccausa they are composcJ of Vegetable extract, freo from minerals; and may lie taken at till times with peifect (safety by young and old, with out restraint from occupation, tcmpcrato living, or fear of taking cold. Second Uccause they ore composed of such medicinal extract, as lmo bcon employed by all tlic.iiiost celebrated and respectably Physicians for inoro man a contury past, in punlying tne liioou end Animal fluid of the body. Third llccauso they may ho employed as a mild or active purgative, according to the qunntity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with gnping ot tlio boivels, sickness at the stomach prostration of the system, &c., as arc produced by otiinr pills, ' Fourth Uecauso they possess a combined action rot possessed by any other pills, mixture or prepar ation whatever. '1'iicir first cll'ect is in correcting all impurities with which the bl...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1840

, , ' 1 Swor" tllc Altnr of ol eternal hostility to every form or Tyranny over the Mlml of Man." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IL WEBB. Volume Hf.S. MjOOMSBUltG, COILgMBiA COUNTY, FA. SAIWRDAIT, JAtftfAUtf 18, 1840. OFFJECB OF THE DEMOCRAT, 'Opposite St. Paul's Cutmcit, Main-st. TEEMS:, '77ie COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable 'f'alf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. $ro subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first thrceinsertions, and Twenty-Jive cents for every subse quent nserllon. iCPA liberal 'discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must bt post paid. MESSAGE From the Governor of Pennsylvania, to. both houses of the legislature, at tho com ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1840

TVtcra licenses, Retailers licenses, " Tux on loan companies, Useheats, Bank charters Hawkers and podlars licenses, Miscellaneous.- 40,027 77 08,203 07 ' 15,240 00 3,020 24 100,000 10 3,015 15 18,017 35 81.021,110 81 Ahiltail of the ordinary expenditures of the mate in 183U. Expenses of Govornrae.it, $1,12,751 03 Repairs canals & railways, 370,330 79 Militia expenses, 25,081 17 Guaranity of interest, 24.5G2 22 Pensions and gratuities. 53,588 74 Common schools, colleges, &o. 385,253 14 House of Refuge, 5,000 00 Penilentiaries;castern fcwcstern, 30,820 54 Interest on loans, 1,200,010 24 Pay of collectors, lock keepers, &c. 70,000 00 Miscellaneous, 28,552 40 $2,708,803 47 PUDLIC PROPERTY Bank slock, S2,108,700 00 Tnrnpiko and bridge stock, 2,821,215 88 Canal and navigation stock, 002,570 01 Kail road stock, 327,368 03 Public work8,canals,&railway8, . &c. 20,309,220 50 Monoy due on land,cstimat- clJ, 1,000,000 00 S33.259.085 28 Tho public improvements are estimated a...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1840

Wemher. I regard inch allcmpls as un-1 Worthy to b herded, como they from whatsoever qunttcr they may. Freedom of opinion belongs to all, and I concede to others with tho samo readiness that I claim it for myself. I only ask in this matter a just nieasuro of credit, for tho anxious and careful consideration I have bestowed upon it with ah oyo single to arrive at tho result best calculated to advance the public good. f Jo oc continued. THE COLUAJBU DEMOCRAT. "mura without feau " 0mWk S3 B.1TU12I!.1, J.lJVU.lltYlQ, lg'10. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION 1840. Fort President, MARTIN VAN BUREM". For Vice President, RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. Mr. WALL, Tho Iri3li Harper, it will bo perceived by an ail Tcrtiscmcnt in another column, will give a Musical Olio, this (FriJay) Evening, at tlio ACADEMY in thw village." Woucepcalc lor mm a generous benefit ai a justlribulo to a worthy, but unfortu nato stranger, in payment for rich a treat to our wives. Tho vote for Governor of M...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 18 January 1840

am xcivwv unison's nvr DR. LEID.Y'S SARSAPARtLLA BLOOD PILLS, JHOULD receive o prcfcrcn6o over nil Pills, now in existence! First Decausc thev aro composed of Vcctctntilo cs tracts, frcu from lmucraltt; and may be tnlicn at nil times with perfect safety hy young ond oIJ, with out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fear of taking cold. Second IJecaiuo they are composed nf such ' medicinal e tract, ns brwc been employed by all the most celebrated and respectable Physicians for more than a century past, in purifyinjj tho Ulood nnd Animal fluid of the body. Third Uccauso they may bo employed as a mild or aelivo purgative, accordingo the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of tho bowels, sickness nt tho stomach, prostration of tho system, &c, as are produced ly other pills. I Fourth Because they possess a combined action, "not possessed by tiny other pill, mixturcorprcpar ation whatever. Their first clfcct is in correcting nil impurities...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1840

I have BTvorn upon the AltHr-of-Cod, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man" Thomas Jefferson, PRINTED AND FUBLISIIED BY II. WEBB Volume MI. BLOOMSBPKO COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, JTANtTAUY ,25 1840 ttmhfoer &t Hit OFFICE OF THE DEMO GMT, OrraiiTE St. Paul's Church, Main-st. TERMS : 3T7e COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. JN"o subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a aqitare will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, end Tiventi-Jive cents for every subse quent nscrtion. ICPA liberal discount made to those who aiverlise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. MESSAGE From the uovcrnnr of Pennsylvania, to both houses of the legislature,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1840

nl searching reforrtir has litited out Ua iinpcrfoi-'lidnu, and corrected Us abuses- ll is fortunate for ihc public that the banks have eilhur voluntarily, or in the natural course oT their own defective organization, placed themselves in a condition, where they not only cannot dispute the policy and justice of reform, but must in self defence, allege die truth of tuo very doctrines, on this su'ojuct, for which the friends of reform have lung fruitlessly contended. Timo nnd necessity aro powerful reasoncrs. In this instance, they havo convinced even those who wero interested to resist their convictions, and I accordingly trust, the legislature will proceed at once, and cour nirtouslv. to tho accomplishment of this great salutary and long expected work. Tho nublic" improvements of this com monwealth, constituting one of its principal resources, as well as objects ol expenditure must he resided aa a subtect hardly sec oiul in imnortahco to tho finances. This system has gradually grown...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1840

ilnn BhtMiJd s ,if'U thst s&ofhte judges, cominlftniH'il since ihit tidrptitMi of tho conslttuliu'i. en lie Dili f Ocfc'uT 1323 should only hold mill! tit' t'tmo nUf.n the commisionr, of l'o persons in whose pla ces, re apeCtlvuIy iln:y wore apptdnbtt would havo expir6d. livery tliihq- like manage mcnt in the nppnintmcnt of judgi-?, tn (w long their terms, contrary to the oh-'rjtis meaning and iiiiuut of the constitution, should bo diatvi'iiittinanvcd, as calculated to undermine nnd shako pulilin confidence in tho intbgrity of the judiciary. Concluded in our next. THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TBUTU W!Ti!!M."r TKAIl 1 presidential election is-10. Fou Pituoipr.NT, MARTIft" VAST BUHEIir. Fop. Vicn Pkjcsiukxt, RICHAIiD M. JOHKSGff. AKD Tlin CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. DELEGATE MEETING. THE Democratic citizens of Columbia county i friendly to tho ir.raEiiics of tho Administration o the General cud Stale Government, as at present administered, are requested to meet nt the places of liolding t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 25 January 1840

EH DR. LEIDY'S SARSAPARILLA BLOOD PILLS, s MOULD rcccivo a preference over all Pills now in existence: i'irst Because thev ore composed of Vcectable extracts, frco from minerals; and may be taken nt nil times with perfect safety by young ami old, Willi. out restraint from occupation, temperate living, or fear of taking cold. Second Uceatiso tlicv arc composed nf such medicinal extracts, as liavo been employe by all the most celebrated and rcspcctablo Physicians for more than a century past, m purifying tue Illooa and Animal fluid of tht hotly. Third Dccausc they may bo employed o a mild or active purgative, according to the quantity taken, and their operation will not bo attended with griping of the bowels, sickness at tho stomach, prostration or the system, etc., rs are prouuecu uj other tiill- Fourth Because they possess a combined action, not pos??ed by any other pills, mixtuicor prepar ation whatever. Their first cll'cct is in correcting all impurities with which the blood mid f...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 February 1840

mm mf Mm. Ma I - ' " n VII 1.?' I T'f .II.rT'""",! I have cfforu upon the Altar of 'God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over Ihb MlnB. of Man." Thomas Jtuef eon. Volume ME. BE OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, 'OfPosiTB St. Paul's Ciiuncn, Main-st. '-The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published event Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable 'half yearly in advance, or Tivn Dollars 1'ijty tents, ij not paid within the year. 2Vb subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months : nor any discon tinuance 'permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square ivill be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the ftrsi three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nserlion. ycyA Hb.crul discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, musi be post paid. MESSAGE JFrom the Governor of Pcnr.svlvania, to both houses of the legislature, at the com mencement, ' of the session, January, 1840. (...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 February 1840

jCM, by reason of construction of puVRc works, as well na where the canal commis sioners nd engineers have estimated ilia a mount of work done by contractors. Upon these, as wrll os upon nil oilier subjects, steadiness of legislation is very dcsirablo, ami cciietal rules nnd general system should not be made to yiuld, unless under vcrv ne- culnr circumstances indeed, to the exparto statements or representations ol intcreatci individuals. There is necessarily much c vj), and great want of security in. much spe cial legislation. The increased population and business oT tire commonwealth, and the late period in tho winter at which the legis lature assembles,' will, it 13 hoped, lead to lire auopuon 01 sucn general rules on the subject, as will save the legislature from be ing continually occupied with minor mat ters. The expenditures of tho administration of tho government of tho state have been much increased of late years, and in no de partment so much as that of the legislative. Whi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 February 1840

T1IK COLUMHIA DEMOCRAT. "tftV'Th without tun " BJITVHn.1V, FEBIZVAItV 1, 1810. -PRESIDENTIAI. ni.KCTIOX 1840. Foil PnusiDii.vr, M4TIX VAN I5URBN. ) l ! : I'ilUSIDKNT, RICHARD M. JOHNSON. AND TUG 'CONSTITUTIONAL TREASURY. the ndvjnUgtfl that we h and thall pos 1 8083 ovor other portions for fail road and cv nal transportation and last, though not by any means the least, tho immenso water power available in this section, as giving us advantages possessed but by few. It is truo we intended to carry the impression that water power, when il could bo used in the ncighbothoodof railroad or canal trans portation, Was superior to steam, in every sense of tho word, being both safer and cheaper. If this bo undenting the ad vantages of that vicinity," so be it. That it is placing Fishing Creek region, if true, far ubovo them,' every ono will acknowl edge. Bui we contend thatit is only placing ilio true value on al!, without undcraling the advantages" of any. Wo shall pnrsuu this subject hereaft...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 1 February 1840

SCtVi.V 3SEj3SftAH uvrv DR. LEIDY'S SAP.ftAVARlLLA HLOOD PILL!, THO(.JLD receive a profereuco over ull Pills now Ifi existence: i'iii!t-l)pc(Hno they are composed of. Vegetable rtr.irl,iivo from rtiiiirra'.fi ami may. Iks Liken nt nil lime with perfect nafuty by young and old, wilh out nutraiuf ffoni occupation, tcmpcrata living, or fear1 of taking cult!. . Sworn! lirediMO tlioy ore comppsfd r,f such inrlkinal cximcte, at huvn been employed liy ull the niit celebrated and respectable I'lij ulrisna tor wore than n rmturyjvut, in purifying the Blood t-.iid Animal fluid of tht body. (ThirJ Uccauie they may ba employed n a null or active purgative, occordiKgto tlie ipuuititv taken, end their operation will not lc attended with griping ef the hawoU, tfeknees at tho etomach, proatration cf the system, &.C., re arc produced by other pill. rourth Because they posses a comblrrad action, not ppwcsaod by nny other pilbj, nuxtutoorptepnr ntiim whatever, Their firnt'dlVrt is in correcting ni...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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