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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 July 1911

* Here an a Elsew here People You know, or have heard about | State of Ohio city of Toledo, ) i.i.'can County f ss> Fiias'k j. Cmkney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the iirtn of I . J. ("iifnm «'• Co., doing business in the City of Toledo, < •> My ■• i<I stale uforesaid, and that said Mrm will p-i\ tl. • <-f ONi: If I'S'liUKI) 1KH.I. \HS ior >i . . eaMi- of Catakhii that cannot be cured by 11 •• : « of 11 ai.i.'s Catakhii Ci kk. Ill A N K J. CIIKM'.V. Sworn to before me and (subscribed in my pretence, this Ili day of December, A. ]>., I8b :. 4 —' — i a. \v. «m:\son\ J si:al. 4 Not lit v IM.UI.lC. rn Internally and n •? nnicourt surfaces of tin •. I ret. I 'l in' N«-\ i <■«111ohts if • renders to mail or phone in the nam ami plan- of r«'Hidone<> of any vi 'it- >• ;« rarly in the week a poi ible. If yoti know of olhet i" • > utu kindly Mtml I hem also wit h the! n in,i -.1' i he e< rrimunieant. Tin vvill greatly as- I r I til. N' A in ke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 July 1911

hJ'4 m V ."•. x t.mjuzmmT- «■* *■- ■ s xr, v~r. w>. «*_*.. <. mj - r imf w1 * ■•> "J« uu acrnw !•"*1 f. MTE IS FOILED In Texas Saturday on the Pro- hibition Amendment. mis ARE IN THE LEAD fi::c ruing to the Returns Coming i 'n Up to i.io ndny Moon, rive : i That Tima itot Yet Reporting Otfilas County u ^ur^nac. be:.? ! II' " i - !•'«• '. " \in -1 lb". *H<a:sfoi For. 1.274: against, l,r>00. i •Mowiinl F"t\ 147: against 21.1. * '1 '• F« if. 00 J ; i '_rn i n -t. 200. •It-! • II""'', "JO-igainst, 0S0. I • ■ - hi For. 1.4" ' i«-,M)nst, 1 :V0. II ' ■ iinton 1.i':o • «in t I,f)0 1 II <n! in in -F"\ !H •Html i*11; .17 1 T' i *11 F-r. 107: ; J -rii '-'•■••. 1 ( ; : M . • •'i W .? I ! ' .1-1; h • I'V.T. « "■ i1 ' F • .7' • : n : ! J • 1 ..n For. ! « M .71 st 111. i t. [,630. i. 74. I, 71S. ; • s'. :mo, I'r.sL Oa i11' ! !' '<> i v. i i:1 s' ",91. raOiMi. '*•' ! ' i i ' ' .V In n st, 11 s> 1'IU. 1] 'u < mini i< s . • t i' ni'i inruin|i>tf 1'iunii t'to.o \ i....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 July 1911

K CHURCH SERVICE DIRECTORY. Matthews Memorial Presbyterian Church. Divine worship Sunday 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Sunday School 9:15 a. in. Junior Chris- tian Knd. 1:00p.m. Christian En- deavor 7:30> j>. rn. Ladies'Mis- sionary Society, 1st and 3rd Tues- days at 1 p. rn. Presbyterian Workers 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 4 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wed- nesday 8 :.'!•> p. m. Choir prac- tice, Friday 8:30 p. m. Session meeting, First Friday at 3 p. m. This church extends to all a cordial invitation and welcome to all its services. L. U. Gray, Pastor. Baptist Church. Preaching, second and fourth Sundays. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. B. Y. P. U. at 4 p. rn. Evening service 8:15. Prayermeeting each Thursday evening at 8:30. Pastor L. I J. Comalander. Everybody cordially invited. Methodist Church. Preaching every Sunday morn- ing and evening, except fourth Sunday morning in each month. Sunday School !):45 a. m. every Sunday. Prayermeeting every Wednes- day evening. Epworth...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 28 July 1911

v.« t>. a InifcaM* > «* .-• - W ,«•**#' -£«■#. : *' j*« " Vg . i . fr7; j • v."1'* jiV ROPED A LOCOMOTIVE. Then Carried It Fifty Miles Over Mills. Bogs and Streams. A unique but successful civil service examination occurred dur- ing 1 lie win between the Mates. On it certain occasion the ('otifeder- litcs were much in need of a railway locomotive in order to operate their supply .sv^lem. It was in 1801. They had not the means to buy one, find their onlv hope wns lo capture one. A hand of a hundred men wi - Pelecled from Lee's army and placed under the command of a tail Geor- gian who had Keen foreman of a stone (piarrv and was more or less skilled in (lie use of derricks and the like. lie look Ins men up into Mary- land, and I hcv tore up ;i sect ion of the P.allimore and Ohio railway trail . Hatred the first train, and with nothing save plenty of rope those hundred mem carried the loco- motive filly-two miles over hills, ncross I reams, through bogs and woods until thev struc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1911

m- ' 'V " m m Advertise in The News ana vou arc sure to iret business. -T4,' Our Job Department turns out the best class of work. Vol. XXVIII, No. 9 ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1911. Whole Number 1421 T % 1883 Webb & Hill 1911 S. WEBB, Attorney at Law L. H. HILL, Notary Public « £ tr £ 1 £ i : ♦ THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS One of the Choicest Bargains in the State Now on the Market WADE McLEMORE STOCK FARM AND RANCH rhis is one of the best located, improved and quality properties in Shackelford County, or in the entire Northwest Texas, con- sisting of i<)2$ acres of choice land, located i miles south east of Albany, Shackelford County, Texas, fronting on the Albany-Cisco public road over j miles. Watered by Salt Prong of Hubbard .Creek, running through entire ranch—everlasting pure water fed by springs, containing several varieties of fine eating fish—gravel and rock bottom. Also two good tanks, conveniently located. The en- tire lanch is enclosed by a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1911

-> v-f} . -A' .-?• ■ '*■- • af aCifcfi- M li r- p S&. DicUent' Boyhood Woe* Johnston si,reel, Somers Town, where I he London county council 11 1 i n,i r pure uie wn le curuusc es ;i p iicer] !i memorial tablet to I linrlcs i ' > , , , 1 'j 1 „..lf disease germs like tigers. Dickens, wjts associated wit.li what: * , . . 0 ,, (t /• , „ I often germs multiply so fas was practically the first ray 01 sun- .. . ,r , v J juacncally shine that liroke llirouph the cloud- ed sky of the novelist's childhood. It was in 1825, when Dickens was thirteen, that 11 sudden improve- ment, in his father's finances en- abled the family to leave the Mar- shalsea prison mikI take a house in Johnston strcel. for Charles, who had hoarded out during his father's detention in the debtors prison, tins meant the resumption of home life. It meant also relief from the sla \cry of the blacking laclory, tor his fniher was now able to send him to 11 fnirlv good school ill the neigh- borhood of their new abo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1911

.3£} ' TRANSVAAL GOLD. Th*> Romance of the Rich South Afri- can Ore Fields. Up to 1881 there was scarcely a suspicion of gold in the Transvaal, and the country was regarded as a barren land, lacking in all the re- sources which attract colonization, says t he Sheffield Telegraph, ltut fci the year mentioned a man named Arnold told a farmer named Gcl- denhuis that there was gold on his land. Geldenhuis did not believe it, but repeated the gossip and sold Ins farm to two adventurous broth- ers named Struhen, who put up a mill and began to work the grayish powdery dirt that has since proved the richest gold ore the earth has ever shown. The Hoer government proclaimed nine farms public gold fields. Then the rush hegan. The Boers, always slow where enterprise wins out, were unbelieving. They could not make up their minds to aban- don the certainty of cowpunching for the uncertainty of mining, even with rich claims crying for takers. A few settled on the Witwatersrand ond went to work....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1911

• • ^<p5 1 — THE ALBANY NEWS Issued Every Friday Morning. PAUL BAKER, • Owner and Editor. at th ' I'ost at Albany. Tcxa*. uh Socond (Ma Mai! Mat t« r. Subset if>t on $1.00 J'er Year. FRIDAY, AI '<> I S / /, /<;//. SOIL SUITABLE m IRBE6ATI0N A Prominent Civil Engineer Gives an Interesting Article on Irregation. Stamford News-Tribune. The Commercial Club sent Mr. Proctor K. Clarke, a well known engineer of Albany, a copy of the Stamford News-Tribune of recent date, in which the matter of irregating small tracts by nicies of ponds, wells and \ indmills and asking him if he t'".ought the soil in this section of the country was suitable for irregating purposes. In response t" the enquiry of the Commercial ( ub, Mr. ('larke has written an exhaustive response which is as f 'ill: \v s; Albany, T< ,;i.. July 22, 1911. f 1 Joiner I). Wade, Secretary Commercial Club, Stamford, Te>;.;s. I -ar Sir: Your favor of the 21st inst, a,id the clipping from the last i -ue of 11,.■ S...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1911

Here an d Elsew here People You know, or have heard about li/VlII ITh«? Nfw.i requests its readers to until or phone in the names ami plucis of residence of uriy vinit- « rh as «*arly in tin* wiM-k us possible. If you know of other i• i oiiuIh kindly send thorn also with the name of thi* rornmunicant. ThiM will vrreatly as- sist the NVw.s in kfrpinK in touch with local hap- pening ami will be highly appreciated. Kditor. | Spring chickens at Kendrick's. II. Davis was in town Mon- day. .). (i. Duncan was in town Sat- urday. Phone 1(5 for high grade gro- ceries. Dr. Whitfield was in Hamlin Sunday. I). W. Greer was in town Wed- nesday. Mr. Smalley traded in Albany Monday. A. Haggart was on our streets Tuesday. (). C. Brush traded in Albany Saturday. U. J. Durham was in town Saturday. Sedwick & Cook want your grocery trade. 11. Robert was in from his ranch Saturday. Mr. Herman Moberley was in the city Tuesday. W. M. Broyles was in from his ranch Friday. Phone your grocery wants to Se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1911

^:'.i#i, :' ' .''*' . «L.* . ■ *".ilk.- r'i^ - Jt* i, - ifr' *l '<£ff !i..JLu S*$ «#.*•;jj; .' ; y p fa? AMBASSADORS. )« Enjoy Many More Privilege# Than Mere Ministers. .' i the popular mini] t In? Amcri- 1 «:i mind at least- there i.s very lit \ ■ difference between an ambus,sa- 1 ir ninl a minister, but the former ' i titled to very many privileges i 'ii ;i<] that are < 1 >• ni<•< 1 to a mere • i'lstance, one curious privi- of an ninba-s.nlor is that ho, 1 ,e alone, u hen <1 ismissed, may hi* Ikm i tn the sovereign to i .• court lie is accredited. Tie • of procedure, generally sneak ■ s as'follows: V ie:i an audience is at an end i in I i;i •:-mlor waits to ! • dis - 'I I>\ I Ic sovereign. When di- ■ ■' I tin1 ambassador bows, retires pa i«. buy s again, retires •• ••• p . ■ bows a tbird Iiine, - mi In- ! ' ''I- and walks to tin' doors. Hat \\hen the reign i,: "nerei.u'n is a woman still po- or methods obtain. To turn his • tel. would lie discourteous; to i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1911

mmm i«J4l ¥ CHURCH SERVICE DIRECTORY. Matthews Memorial Presbyterian Church. Divine worship Sunday 11 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. Sunday | School 9:45 a. m. Junior Chris- tian End. 4:00p.m. Christian En- deavor 7:30 p. m. Ladies'Mis-! sionary Society, lstand 3rd Tues- \ days at 4 p. m. Presbyterian Workers 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 4 ]). m. Prayer meeting, Wed- nesday 8:30 p. m. Choir prac- tice, Friday 8:30 p. m. Session meeting. First Friday at 3 p. m. This church extends to all a cordial invitation and welcome to all its services. L. B. Cray, Pastor. Baptist Church. Preaching, second and fourth Sundays. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. B. Y. I'. U. at 4 p. m. Evening service 8:15. Prayermeeting each Thursday evening at 8:30. Pastor L. U. Comalander. Everybody cordially invited. Methodist Church. Preaching every Sunday morn- ing and evening, except fourth Sunday morning in each month. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. every Sunday. Prayermeeting every Wednes- day evening. Epworth Leagu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 4 August 1911

j$8 /I ■ The Second Whip. Have you ever noticed, says a writer in a London journal, that some animnl tamers carry a second whip in their left hand, which is never used? There is purpose in tin-. It represents to the wild l>e;ist.the terrors of the* unknown. He lias experienced the sharp, Flinging (lieI; of the whip in the tamer's right hand, but for the life of him ho cannot imagine what an- puish lurks in that mysterious whip in the other hand, which is never used. Many a tamer ha.- sived his life in a critical moment In just lifting that unknown (error nhnve a crouching, growling. fun maddened tiger. Ar> Accomplished Dwarf. Count l'iorowhis|<i. a Polish gen- tleman, at twenty-live years meas- ured Ihirty-f/e inches, which was Ijis greatest height When uite young lie displayed wit and grace, excelling in dancing and music. He was possessed of superior intel- ligence and frequented the Prus- sian court. So greatly did he de- light the ladies of Paris during a year's residen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 August 1911

xw. ■ - &•< -v. i ■ •• - - -v, wsf1- V 4* |$J r~"i Advertise in The News and you arc sure to ^et business. Vol. XXVIII, No. 10 Our Job Department turns out the best class of work. ALBANY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST II, 1911, Whole Number 1422 1883 Webb 5. WEBB, Attorney at Law Hill L. H. HILL, Notary Public 1911 ST" r K I £ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ THE OLDEST REAL ESTATE FIRM IN NORTHWEST TEXAS One of the Choicest Bargains in the State Now on the Market WADE McLEMORE STOCK FARM AND RANCH This is one of the best located, improved and quality properties in Shackelford County, or in the entire Northwest Texas, con- sisting of 11)2^ acres of choice land, located ^ miles south east of Albany, Shackelford County, Texas, fronting on the Albany-Cisco public road over j miles. Watered bv Salt Prong of Hubbard Creek, running through entire ranch—everlasting pure water fed by springs, containing several varieties of tine eating fish—gravel and rock bottom. Also two good tanks, conveniently located. The en- t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 August 1911

FROM Sat. Aug. 19 KS?:-J CLEARANCE SALE FROM 1 AT 1). TO LOWE mmm Sat. Aug. The time for Fall shipments will soon be here and we are going to be crowded for room to arrange our mammoth Fall Stock, which we will soon be in Eastern markets buying*, and to relieve our shelves and counters of the many bargains thereon, we have decided to place our entire stock of seasonable merch= andise at your disposal, and at prices sure to interest the people of this section. THIS IS A GENUINE PRICE CUT SALE One of those which makes the customer glad like meeting a friend===the kind that causes the good housewife to force John to hitch up old Beck and Kate and bring her to town. Watch 'em come, watch 'em take 'em. Follow the crowds. Watch for the big red sign. We will have salesmen and salesladies who will treat you nice and deal honestly with you. Save up your eggs and chickens and spend the proceeds at this, the Sale of the Season, the Sensation of the hour. The Store will be Closed all day Wednes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 August 1911

$-;■ :fy-.'frJ-wliy*r;^ ,;;X •t, ? «Ntv-.'- • ' ' .. . V' , . V --. .Jk' af *" j* CHURCH SERVICE DIRECTORY. Matthews Memorial Presbyterian Church. Divine worship Sunday 11 a. m. and 8:130 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Junior Chris- tian End. 4:01)p.m. Christian En- deavor 7:30 p. m. Ladies'Mis- sionary Society, 1st and 3rd Tues- days at 4 p. m. Presbyterian Workers 2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 4 p. m. Prayer meeting, Wed- nesday 8:30 p. m. Choir prac- tice, Friday 8:30 p. m. Session meeting, First Friday at 3 p. in. This church extends to all a cordial invitation and welcome to all its services. L. H. Cray, Pastor. Baptist Church. Preaching, second and fourth Sundays. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. 1!. Y. P. U. at '1 p. m. Evening service 8:15. Prayermeeting each Thursday evening at 8:30. Pastor L. U. Comalander. Everybody cordially invited. Methodist Church. Preaching every Sunday morn- ing and evening, except fourth Sunday morning in each month. Sunday School 'J:45 a. m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 August 1911

'•*«, r • •• . *:•• ' ■/.'.. A 1 Tliii ALBANY NEWS .. .'£'.7 /•>•« I'.-'i/riy Morning. PAUL BAKER, - Owner and Editor. ♦* . ii" J'.-... 0)iu«' at Albany. T« xuh. as • ••xi.l CI: Mail Matter. . iihsci ipt on $t.oo Per 3 dir. I RIP A AUdl'Sl //, u)tr. UTTER-DAY NOVEL IS SEVERELY CONDEMNED Viung People Snotild Not Read Bock's So Promiscuously. Rev. Cephas Shelhurne, pastor of the East Dallas Christian church, spoke Sunday evening on the subjedt of "Hooks and K >ading." He said in part: "This is the hook-making ago. 1 looks, hooks everywhere, hooks. Hooks in every form, shape, size, in every binding and priee;books of poetry, biography, travel, sci- ence, philosophy; books that are for the season, books that are Me,moral books that: inspire and build characters, books that de- li vide ■ books by the million. "Do not got; the idea into your head that you must read every- thing. that, you must be "well r ad.' Do not be ashamed to Co:i ft'.-.s that you have not read e 'latest books.'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 August 1911

v 1* jfy ^ '/4ftVV -W'f *i7i2 <> * /) ¥ \ Here an a Elsew here People You know, or have heard about La/ViaMMtHMn Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with UK M. AI'I'MCATIONS. us th y cannot reach thr M'ut of the (llflfviMc. Catarrh h :i Mooil or roiistl- tiit toii.il <1IhI'iih<\ find In order to run- it you must take ' internal n'tnedli'H. 11 all 'h Catarrh < urc is tak i: iti- tcrnallv. and acts directly upon the Idood und uuicoun ! Hurfaec.4 Mall m Catarrh Cure Is not a <jua< K" 111<<<II- , cine It \v,H preffrlbcd hy one of the best ph.VMt lain) in this country for yearn and Is a regular prescription. It is (M)iupoHed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the inn' 'is stir facet. 'I lie perfect combination of the t\\'> Inurwdlents Is what produces such wonderful re- sults 111 curing eatarrh. send for testiinotdals, free. I I C||I.M S a CO.. l'rops.. Ioledo, O. Sold by Drugglut* price rv lukc Hall s l ami'e pill- r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 August 1911

mt m ■ SS P. S. KENDRICK, the cash grocer. Everything in the way of Groceries, Feed and Vegetables. A trial order will convince you that it's not the "just as good" but the Best that's on the market •> « j BIG GAMP ON CLEAR FORK n„. west Itound Central last ■•'riday afternoon Uroujyht an extra coach bearing a merry party of yotinj; people from var- nis parts of the state, who were leathered in response to in- itat ion issued by Miss Camille \ el ill to participate in a bivr camp on the river. The party was conveyed to the Webb home vhere they spent the nitfht, l aving early the following morn- ing for their destination. Advance wagons carrying am- , ie supplies, etc., had been sent .•ut, and everything made ready or the occasion, A beautiful ■ pot on the river in the Mat- thews pasture was selected for the camp, and here tents were pitched, cots made ready, and a f .ekeious dinner prepared by the ead chef, Jim Stapleton, in vadiness for the arrival of the .nests. Fishing, boating...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 August 1911

mm ■ mmm mm mam «l*' "s £ade goes for W" •J.'Mi grade goes for 2..>i grade go<-s f. r Boys* Wash Suits. $2.00 grade goes for $1.50 1.50 grade goes for 1.00 1.00 grade goes for 75c Boys' Odd Pants. $1.75 grade goes for $1.35 1.50 grade for 1.20 Mens' B. V. D. union suits $1.25 grade for 90 cents. irra^k'oes for Jc 1.5" grade goes for Boys* Brownies. 35c grade goes for Rompers. 5< K; grade goes for Men's Junipers. $l.i)0 grade goes for 50c grade goes for Gingham. 12 l-2c quality goes for 10c quality goes for Amoskeag apron gingham for I. 1.00 25c 40c 35c 40c EOc 8k 8-c quality goes for 35c quality goes for 25c quality goes for Curtain Oocds. Fancy patterns—25c quality goes for. 4Qc 25c I Sc S9c He 15c quality goes for Wool Dress Goods. Our stock is complete and we can offer you some rare bargains in this department. Come get them at l-5th off—20 per cent discount. Cotton Suiting. 21c 15c 8c 35c quality goes for 25c quality goes for 12 l-2c quality goes for "■ ' ... i imnqpiiB...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Albany News — 11 August 1911

m r.Tj,'?*} mr-' • • (1 £* li 'M m M Ss\ LEGISLATIVE NEWS LETTER Austin, Texas, Auk. 7. It has been a strenuous week in Austin. Many a little stream with a swollen torrent has emptied its butdon into the whirlpool of dissatisfaction and a tidal wave of master thinkers has flooded the Legislature with advice, threats and oilers to ,ro on the pay roll. Those who hunger and thirst for power have been beating the political toin torn and sending shrieking vibrations through the Legislative halls, but it is a good e\p< rience for our colons, as it will lit their nerves for the strife below. In the Legislature it is just one thing after another. Our legislator.- are a jolly lot ol good fellows, and with the ex- ception of the call "to arms" that occasionally echoes through the legislative halls, they are as happy as a lot of young colts in a pasture, but if they tried to please everybody, they would please nobody and lose their jobs in the bargain. There are as many kinds of democrats i...

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