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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 1 September 1858

THE &&FTS!9!AK8 IBlMu THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, TA., SEPT. 1, 1858. See advertisement of "Black-smith wanted" also Election Proclamation. A Fall. On last Saturday afternoon, a lit tle son of II. II. Morrow, of the Clearfield House, fell down the steps into the cellar, Manning him, and bruising him considerably. Fire ! Mr. Patrick Mulvaney having leased the bank of Judge Moore, is prepared to sup ply otir citizens with coal at reduced rates. We direct attention to his advertisement in another column of this paper. i Accipest. On Monday, Mr. John Guelich, tf this borough, was engaged in the woods at cutting a log, the end of which was lying on Hie stump, when the log broke off suddenly, and falling across it, he struck his side on a knot with such force that several of his ribs Verc broken. Tub "Weather. During the last eight or ten days we have had nnusually cool weather, the atmosphere feeling more like that of No vember than of August. "Jack Frost" has lccn loitering about t...

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. — 1 September 1858

Tight with a Bear. At "Woodland, Ulster county, New York, on Sunday, two brothers, John and Mat. Schoonmafcer, with no weapons but their pocket knives, and no companions bat their two dogs one a fox-hound, the oth er a water-spaniel had a rough and tumble fight with a bear. Part of the time the bear had the tipper hand, and part, the men and dogs ; but in a lucky moment the spaniel got the bear fast by the hind leg, and then, as he turned over to give the dog bis quietus, the bound seized the opportunity and the bear, too, by the under jaw, and so the two pinned him to the ground, when John thrust a heavy stake into his mouth, and placing bis knee on the bear's head, proceeded, with but a sorry specimen of a jack-knife, to perform the oper ation of tracheotomy upon Bruin's throat, and killed him. It proved to be a genuine black bear, one of the red-nosed and most savage &md, and weighed, when dressed, some 800 pounds. A Green-Lookin? Chap from the Green Mountain State, went over...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 September 1858

2j 04X1 lltw YOL. 5.-NO. 2. BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1858. THE OLD SEXTOX. Nigh to a grave that was newly made, . Leaned a Sexton old, on his earth-worn spade, His work was done, and he paused to wait The funeral train at the open gate. " A relic of by-gone days was he, And his locks were gray as the foamy sea; And these words came from his lips so thin "I gather them in 1 gather them in !" ""'I gather them in for man and boy, Year after year of grief and joy, I've builded the houses that lie around, In every nook of this burial ground; ilother and daughter, father and son, lione to my solitude, one by one; But come they strangers, or come they kin, I gather them in I gather them in ! "Many are with me, yet I'm alone; I'm King of the dead, and I make my throne n the monument slab of marble cold, My sceptre of rule is the spade I hold ; Come they from cottage orcomc they from hall, ' Mankind are my subjects all all all! Let them loiter in pleasure or toi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 September 1858

mmmm laffsw Immml S. B. ROW, EDITOR ASI PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 8, 1858. f OR JUDGE OF SUPREME COCBT, JOHN M. READ, of Philadelphia City. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, T7ILLIAM E. FRAZER, of Fayette Co. FOR COXGRESS, CHAPIX IIALL, of Warren County. THE POLICY OF PROTECTION. Experience is constantly demonstrating the necessity of oar government adopting and steadily adhering to the Protective Poli cy, instead of establishing and maintaining a system of low duties laid with a view to revenue alone. It is but a year since the cof fers of the General Government were filled to overflowing, while the balance of trade was against us, says an exchange, ten millions of dollars. This balance of trade had to be ad. justed in specie, and the extraordinary demand arising from this cause produced the suspen sion by the banks and the financial embarrass ment of the past, and the consequent deficien cy of the national revenue of the present year Common sense tells us that it is the Tariff poli...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 September 1858

THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 8, 1858., RtttorAL. Robert J. Wallace, Esq., has re moved his Law office from the east end of the County Buildings to Shaw's new Row, oppo site the Journal office. Octraqeocs. On Saturday night some vi cious scoundrels tore the limbs off a beautiful Siberian crap- apple tree in the lot of Thomas Mills, in this borough, and also injured his grape vines. Such conduct is reprehensible in the extreme, and the perpetrators are de serving of the severest punishment. Mobk Candidates. By referring to our ad vertising columns, it will be seen that James Irwin, Sr., offers himself as an independent candidate lor Sheriff, and Michael A. Frank, Esq.. as an independent candidate for the As sembly. W'm. A. Nichols, Esq., of McKcan county, will also b supported as a candidate for the Legislature. This district elects two members to the Legislature. Dead. We learn that young Andrews, who vras slabbed at I'hillipsburg on the 30th Aug ust, by Porter, died on last S...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 8 September 1858

There is a Rabinical tradition related by Fabri cius, that when Noah planted the vine, Satan at tended and sacrificed a sheep, a lion, an ape, and a sow. . These animals were to symbolize the gra dations of inebriety. When a man begins to drink he is meek and innocent as a lamb ; then becomes bold as a lion ; his courage is soon transformed in to tie foolishness f the ape; and at last he wal lows in the mire like the sow. F tnxs. A fellow having imbibed rather free ly, took it into his head that he eoald fly, and to get a good position, ascended a sign post and start ed. He was questioned next day as to how he liked flying. . "Oh '." said he, "it's nothing to fly, the lighting is the hardest part of the operation." . A foolish girl of 20 married one of the Sioux Indian chiefs, recently, at Washington. When Ehe reached his princely wigwam, she found it a mud hovel occupied by two other wives! The Cabinet at Washington are busy with ar rangement for the expedition to Paraguay, which, ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 September 1858

2 m0F BY S. B. KOV. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1858. YOL 3. YE TA1LYOU MAX. A1 OLD sosc. Kiht jullio is j tailyor man, As any man way bo; Anil ail ye daye upon ye bench o. lie workuth merrilie. ' And oft ye whilo in plcn?anto wiio He coileth up his Iirobes, lie singvth songes ye like whcroof Aro not in Watts'a hyuines. And yet he toileth all ye while, . His merrie catches rolls ; 'As true unto ye needle as Ye needle to ye pole. What cares ye valient tailyor ma a For all ye coward feares ? Against ye scissors of ye fates lie points his mighty shearcs. He heedeth not ye anciente jcstes That witlesse sinners use ; What feareth ye bold taiyor man Ye byssinge of a goose ? 'lie p'lllcth at ye buaie th reads, To feedo his lovinge wife, And eke biscbilde; for unto them It is ye threade of life. "He cuttotb well ye riohe man's coate, And with nnseemlie pride. He sees ye little waistcoate in Ye cabbage bye his side. .Meanwhile ye tailyor man his wife, To labor nothing loth, Sit...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 September 1858

Raftsman's $0iU"mtL ill uCTTJSJK K--t C". n- 8. B. ROW, EDITOR A3D PBOrRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 15, 1858. FOB. JUDGE OF SUPREME COCET, JOHN if. KEAD, of Philadelphia City. FOR CASAL COMMISSION EE, "WILLIAM E. FEAZER, of Fayette Co. FOR CONGRESS, CHAPES' HALL, of barren Connty. POLITICAL ITEH3. The following are the People's candidates for Congress in Philadelphia: 1st District, John VT. Ryan ; 2J, Edward Joy Morris ; 3d, John P. Verree : and 4th District, TVni. Mill ward. In the Chester district, lion. John Hickman is the candidate of the anti-Lecompton Demo crats for Congress; Mr. Landy, of Delaware, is the Lecomptoa candidate, and Mr. Broom all is the candidate of the Republicans. In the Somerset, Cambria and Blair district, Steele Blair, Esq., of Iloliidaysburg, has re ceived the nomination ot the People's party for Congress. Thad. Banks, Esq., is the choice of the Democracy of Blair county, zs tLeir candidate. Hon. James T. Dale, of Bellefonte, has been Dominated in opposi...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 September 1858

u u -THl lIFTilsS THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 15, 1858. Scsdat School Ckledbatios. Agreeably to previous arrangement, the Sabbath Schools Trom Paradise and Goshen met the Mount Joy schools at Mount Joy on the 11th of Septem ber, 1858, to celebrate the Sabbath School an niversary. The meeting was called to order by X. Kishcl, Esq. L. K. Carter, Esq., was appointed President, and John Fcnton, Win. Wallace, William L. Shaw, J. L. Reams, R. C. Shavr, William Ogden, George Carter, E K. Shirey, James Baily and John Young Vice Presidents, and J. B. Shaw, John F. Rote and Simon Cams, Sec'ys., and C. Lanich leader or singing for the day. After the organization the schools marched in procession to the table, where a bountiful dinner was prepared for the occasion, of which more than three hundred partook and an abundance remained. The President then called the meeting to order, and an address to the throne of grace was offered up by Rev. J. A. Dixon. The ex liibition of the Sunday Scho...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 15 September 1858

u u THE MtlTSfflAITO IIM An Irishman complained to bis physician that he was stuffed so much with drags tbat be was sick a long time after be got well. He knows bis bose. I knows be knows bis nose. lie said I knew bis nose ; and if he said I knew be knew bis nose, of coarse be knows I know he knows bis nose. The New York ladies have adopted a new style of dre&s. It is an admirable institution for warm weather, comiDg as near the Ere style of costnme as a due regard for modesty will admit. "Whose pigs are those, my lad 7" "They belong to that ere big sow." "Bat I mean who is their master ?" "Why, tbe little nn, sir; he's a grand on to fight." Jerrold went to a party at which a Mr. Pep per had assembled all bis friends. Jerrold said to his host, on entering the room, "My dear Mr. Pepper, bow glad yoa mast be to see all your friends mustered !" It is said by Mr. Bowen, missionary to Afri ca, tbat there are American blacks in Liberia, and natiTes of Soudan in Sierra Leone, who can r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 September 1858

if pWP J.-. ,:.y : by s. b: row. OLEARFIELi), PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1858. VOL. 5.-JVO. 4. 3 i . - .-a .3 f I i ! 6IES CAMS ATT AJGEL BRIGHT TO ME. 4 'aiit same an angel bright to me. When hope and peace lay wreck'd '; V pun Life's dark and stormy sea, " tij sorrow and neglect;, islie scem'J to ine in iny diiiresj ,.. A spirit from above; " ', tia filled my soul with tenderm-aa. ' ' And won my heart to love ! . . - Sbe told me of a peaceful shorn Where joys for evor reign ; She bade me sigh and fear no more, And brought me peace again ; , Since then I've pags'd thro" many gale, Seen lit'o in roughest form. "Jior knew despair, for she was thcro, : , 2Ay angel iu the storm ! DAKE-DEV1L DICK. , AS INCIPKXT Or THE RETOLVTIOX. Uuw little do we.' as wc sit toasting our shins by a bright blazing fire, know of the suf ferings which our forelathers underwent for the liberty which we now enjoy that liberty f which we are so fond of talking, but which i so illy appreciated ? The America...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 September 1858

J 1i Raftsman s $0nnuiL . . BOW, EDITOR ASH PROPRIETOR- CLEARFIELD, IA., SEPT. 22, 1858. - FOR. JCDCE OF SUPREME COURT, JOHX M. HEAD, cf Philadelphia City. : - TOR CAXAI. COMMISSIONER, WILLIAM E. FRAZER, of Tiyaio Co. . . . FOR COXGRESS, CHAPIN IIALL, of Warren County. WHAT IS INVOLVED There is more involved in the election of Congressmen this year than may, perhaps, ap- pear at first sight. The people or Kansas uav- 1 ing rejected the Lecompton Constitution by J an overwhelming majority, they will present a new Constitution to Congress, and ask to be admitted as a State, cither the coming winter, or at Litest the following one. Consequently, the members who are elected this fall, will be the ones who will vote npon the question ot admission, and therefore it is all-important j that they be good men and true men in whose integrity and moral honesty their constituents I can refy, and wjw carry ohi i nesenumenis and wishes of those who elect them. We be- lieve the people of thi distri...

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. — 22 September 1858

"THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 22,. 1S58, Simon Fulton, of Burnsfdo township, was last evening lodged in jail for breach of the loace against part of Lis own family and John Patchin. ; : - Philip Montgomery, was lodged in jail, yeild terday evening, "1st inst., on a charge of shooting several hogs in Knox township near Anson vi lie. . James and Jack JInry. formerly of Centre county, were arrested and lodged in jail yesterday by .Sheriff Heed, charged with cutting timber on ot . L. Reed, Esq.. in Pena township. Labqe Tomatoe. Gen. A. M. Hills, of oar town, presented cs a few days since with the largest to raatoe wo have ever socn. It weighed three and a half pounds. We think it would be hard to beat. - We direct attention to the card of the Commer cial Hotel, No. 20. South Sixth Street. Philadel phia, which wilt be found in our advertising col . uiuna. . The house ia conveniently locatod, and we Lave no doubt that guests will rereivc satisfactory attention. The Mocnt Vr.nsos Ho...

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. — 22 September 1858

TERMS OF TI1K JOURNAL. . Tha RarrswAVs Jor wl is published on ATcd eeaday at SI. 64 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year. 52-00 will be charged. Asjvektisejiexts will be inserted at 1:00 per square of 12 lines for three or less insertions. For very additional insertion 25 cents will be charg- i- a aeauctiou win be made to yearly advertisers.-- - . No subscription taken for a shorter time than six months, and do paper will be discontinued un til ail arrearages are paid, except tt the option of the publisher. . . . , 1 B. ROW. ;- COl'XTy DIRECTORY. Frest Judge Hon. James Eurnsidc.Bellcfoure.Pa Aa'te.Judgcs Hon. Win. L. Moore. Clearfield Hon. Benjn. Ror.sall. J.utUersburg. -heriflf. -. - . Josiali 11. Reed, . . Clearfield . Prothonotary, George Waltess, . . . -: Reg. A Koe. -. James W'rigley, . . Trca.urer. . . John McPher.-on, . . ; . Co. Surveyor, John L. Cuttle, . . .. " . Cotaini&a'u'rs. Jaeol Wilhelm, .' . Grahaiuton. , ,i. John Irwin. Sr. . ', . Clea...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 September 1858

- T ' t-r- . BY S. B. KOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1858. VOL. 5.-TTO. 5. THE ADMI.MSTKATIOS EXPOSED! srilECH OP COL. JOHN W. FORNEY, Teliverel on tho 21 Sept., at Tarrytown. X. Y. in tho 9th Congressional District, represented by Jion. John li. Haskin, who was re-bom (na ted an .he People's candidate on that day. .Fkllow Citizens : I feel gratified in being able to appear before you as one to partici pate in the ceremony which has been announc ed the nomination, as the people's candidate, of one of tho tribunes who stood up daring the whole exciting session of Congress for an :undying principle. And I am gratified, far ther, in Iwing able to bear, here in your pres ence, my personal tribute to the courage, the independence and consistency of the gentle flian whom you have thus formally placed be fore tht-people for re-election. Having taken some part in the controversy which is not yet closed, and having been present when va rious demands were made at the seat of t...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 September 1858

THE. MFf S. B. ROW, EDITOR AND r KOPRir.TOB. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 29, 1858. FOR. JUDGE OF 8CPBEME COCttT, - JOHN M. READ, of Philadelphia City. JTOIt C.ISAL COMMISSIONED, WILLIAM E. FRAZER, of Fayette Co. FOR. COSGBF.SS, CJIAPIN HALL, of Warren County. 1 GILL 13 AND LECOMPTOH. . Two years ago, when James L. Gillis was soliciting the votes of the people of this Con grcssional district, be was held up as an advo cate of the doctrine of popular sovereignty and a friend of 'Free Kansas.' His own pled' ges and those of bis supporters, to this effect, were of frequent repetition in almost every school bouse and from every stomp in the dis trict this announcement was made. And how were those promises carried out ? Did Mr. Gillis, when the time came for him to act, faithfully redeem the pledges made by and for him ? Did be stand by the principle of popu lar sovereignty 1 Did he, by his nets or votes in Congress, favor the admission of Kansas as a Free State, and a fair submission of the c...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 September 1858

V THE' MrTSl!l tlHitt THE JOURNAL. CLEARFIELD, PA., SEPT. 20, 1858. Cheap Likenesses. Mr. A. M. Hall, as will be seen by an advertisement in another col umn, has opened an Arabrotype Gallery in Shaw's How, opposite this oflice, where he is prepared to take likenesses at reduced prices. Mtsteriocs. Sometime in July last, we have been informed, a man named Conner, re siding on Chest creek, "in this county, started an ay from home for the purpose of attending to some business at a Justice's oflice, we be lieve, and since then has not licen seen or heard of. It is suspected that he has been -foully dealt with, and the affair will in -all prob ability be investigated in a proper manner. " PENNSYLVANIA ITEMS. PRFTACED FOR TUK DRAFTSMAN'S JOCRXAL." Cambria Cocxty. The new steam saw-mill of Darlington & Co., in White township, was destroyed by iiro on the 7th inst. . The mill land been in operation but a few weeks. Loss $1,000 to $o.000, without insurance. .... It is rumoredv that anoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 September 1858

TERMS OF THE JOURNAL. - The Btms' Jopbxaz. is published on Wed nesday "at' $1.60 per annum in advance. If not paid at the beginning of the year, $2.00 will be charged. ADVERTisrjfKXTS will be inserted at SI, 00 per square of 1 2 lines for three or less insertions. For very additional insertion 2" cents will be charg ed. A deduction will be made to yearly adver tisers. So subscription taken for a shorter time than six months, and no paper will be discontinued un til all arrearages are paid, except at the ontion of the publisher. - . . , . S. B. ROW.- -. COUNTY DIRECTORY. Pres't Judge Hon. James Burnsidc.Bellcfonte.Pa. As'tcJudzcs Hon. Wm. L. Moore. Clearfield . . Hon.Benj'n. Bonsall. Luthersbitrg. Sheriff1. . . . Josinh It lined. '. Clearfield Prothonotary, George Walters, , Hcg; Altec. . James Wriglcy, , Treasurer. . . John McPherson, . Coi Surveyor, John L. Cuttle, Cominiss'n'rs, Jaeob Wilhclm, . John rwin. Sr. George Karhard, , Auditors. . . Francis Pcarcc, - Peter Hoover, . Aaron...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 October 1858

t BY S. B. KOW. CLEARFIELD, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER G, 1858. YOL. 5.-NO. 0. 1 4 BETTER Til AS THEM ALL. A moderate share of wraith is good, To cheer us on our way, Fur it has oftentimes the power To make December Ma j ; And so is beauty, so is health, Or genius at our call ; But a happy, careless, loving heart, la better than them all. A heart that gathers hope and faith From every opening flower. That smiles alike in winter storm And gentle summer shower ; That blesses God for every good. Or whether great or final ; h '. a happy, hopeful, loving heart, Is better than them all. 'TIs well to hold the wand of power, Or wear an honored name. And blush to hear the mighty world lie-echo with our fame ; 'Tis well if on our path the smiles Of Kings and Nobles fail ; liut to have a happy, trusting heart, Is better than them all. A heart that with tho magic notes Of music is beguiled ; A heart.that loves the pleasant face Of every Ii'tlc child ; That aideth weakness in distress, And heareth ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 6 October 1858

the MF?tes mmmm Saltan's Jfwnral. 8. B. BOW, EDITOR A5D PBOI'KIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 6, 1858. roa JUDGE OF SUPREME COURT, JOHN 31. READ, of Philadelphia Citj. FOR CAXAL COMMI3SI03TEB, WILLIAM E. FRAZER, of Fayette Co. roa CONGRESS, CHAPIN IIALL, of Warren County. TO THE POLLS EAELY ! Let every friend ot the People's Ticket, who is anxious to procure its success, and the defeat of the Lecompton-Free-trade Demo crazy, go early to the election, sec that the tickets are accessible to all wtio wish to vote, and remain upon the ground to guard against fraud by those who have heretofore proven that they rn.ro sufficiently unscrupulous to re sort to means the most dishonorable to pro cure success. "Eternal vigilance is the price of liberty !" A SECOND ''KANE LETTER" FBATJD. . That the politics of our country have become shamefully corrupt, is a truism that no one fa miliar with our history for the last few years will attempt to dispute. Forgery, fraud, and deception have become the or...

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