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OFFICE In MALONE'S Building, on Main Street.
Items of Local Interest.
T-'-Ocn-'paper is' not printed tUts week, a?
neatly as we would like to see it printed.
We hate Lad rather bad. luck for the firs
week erer thing appeared to be' out of
order ; and, worst.of allr we are in a rery
cold room for this "style" of weather. We
wanted our first phper to look fetter, Unit we
hare done as well an we csuld, under the
'ftrtieht'cifcurastances, We shall do better
. hereafter. , We shall improve the paper in
many roapoots, and jnake it the base ever
published Tn the , county. We are deter
tainel to please our patrons, and, inreturn
we expect them to oid us in every possible
ray'. Get your neighbors to 'subscribe for
. W send copies of our paper this week to
many of our democratic friends, who are not
subscribers, .hoping they will become sub
Mribers after they examine the -paper.
; . tax Time Table-of the Marietta. & Cin
Inbatr Railroad into-day's paper.
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- Oca friend David Lants, of this town, is
gaged in the Fur business. May he bo
aucceisful: ' .
Tut attention of our readers is directed to
,(he'aw card, j a another part of this paper,
of our friend, John C. Stevenson, of Jack
con, . ;
tyx friend, IT. 0. Miller, of the Jackson
Democratic Herald, speaks of that place as
'Wry.' Where are the "incorporated vil
lages," if Jackson is a city ?
Rkao the prospectus in to-day's paper of
Baton's Monthly Magaiine the cheapest
magasine'in the world, Terms only $1,50 a
'' Kbw Rdsinkss IIoitsk. Messrs. Ioddrida:e
i 8ison are building a fine business house
en the south-west corner of Main and Mar
ket Streets in this town.
Trie pfbepeclus of tho '-Lady's Friend," a
beautiful - monthly - magazine, printed fn
Philadelphia, by Messrs. Ueaccn & Peterson,
it S2.C0 a year with an excellent Premium
Cngraving to each subscriber, will be found
ia this paper. .. ..
, Ohio Etatesmam. We call the attention
ef . our readers tr the prospectus of this
excellent , democrat lo journal in another
'fart of this papor. The terms are very low.
- We will send the Statesman and the Demo
mrtlic Enquirer for 53.' '. '
, Bolpikes ought to have their discharges
recorded. Tbe County Recorder is required
by a law passed last winter to keep
special book for that phrpose, wherein they
will be preserved from' accidents, and acer
flfied copy from which may be used as evi
dosee in oases that may hereafter arise ,
Family Ftoca. -J. ti. Swetland, dealer in
Falnily Groceries, Notions, &o., on corner
Main and Locust Streets', in this town, has'
Jnst received large quantity of a superior
naitty or family. Flour, which he will sell
t the lowest living prices during the "scaroe
flour season." : Gave him an early call and
examine his flour.
Tna Editor of this paper is Agent for the
Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company,
for Vinton county. Farmers ' and others
will find it to their advantage to call upon
!, at this office, and have- their stock in
againBt loss by theft or death,' as by
the payment of a small annual premium,
hey will secure themselves' against loss.
AH hecessary particulars may te obteined
by calling upon us.
BASKiKO.-T-Dan. Will, Charles Brown, and
other, Jiave opened , a banking house, one
door west of .Will &. Brcthers' Store. ,!6n
Main Street, in this town, where they ,nr
aetenntned to accomodate the public' Dan.
Will is well known at home and abroad as
thorough and energetic business man: and.
therefore, thf business of the institution will
be. Coiauoted in a manner satisfactory t o
. r-.us.. uuctvBB 10 me canning House.
BisuLT'or Advktisiro. STErnEii Gir-
ad, than whom no more shrewd business
ttn,T?f lived, giTee the . following as , his
. xperience: ..... , . . .;
"I have aWays considered advertisine
liberally and long, to be the great medium
fiucpesa in business, ; and the prelade to
wealth. And I have made it an invariable
role lo advertise' in' the dullest times as
welUa yie busiest, long experience . having
taiight me that money thu -spent is well
' alSl,0?! !S,hy k8ePin my business con
- tlpually beore the publio, it has , secured
loit"" w-9 otherwise have
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iv ',.'. r . 1
VistoV ' CocuTT . Bakk. A partnership
has been 'formed between Dr. A. Wolf, Dr.
D. T. Rann'els, E. D. Dodge, Frank Strong,
J. W. D-elay, and J. J. McDowell, of Vinton
eounly, and Hon. H.S.Bundy, A. -A. Austin,
and HVF, Aus,tpt of . Jackson eounly. vror
Ibe purpose of conducting a gentfral bank
ing business. In, Mc Arthur., The. s(yle: of
, toutu union county Bank.
nave opened , for business ' in the
Marn.StMe occupied as a prUg Store, pj
0. W. Sisson; J. J. MoPowoll it Pr'esldenl.
Mv.b Cashier. , a... Jl 0f
these gentlemen ,are wealthy, w re ,suVe
the enl.rprtse;Will exceed and be a benefit
to the county . . .'' v
,n this vicinity n early all day, and
about the middle of the afternoon it meas
ured eight or ten inches in depth. Sleigh.'
ing is good at present.
-. Tim prospect of a good orop of whent
this year is.good. We hope there will
a fine cropland that the price of flower
may be less.
Rolmno Mtn. Mr. John Seal owns
tract of land north of town .which' is suit-1
able for the site for a Rolling Mill; and,
as an inducement' to capitalists and others;
to coma to McArthur, he will cive it
capitalists for-a Bite for a RoHing- Mil!.
there ouglit to be a great many mun
MoArthur as liberal as Mr. Sal.
Eemoved. Alex. Pearce & Brother
removed their family grooery store t
room, formerly occupied by II. Redd, on
of Main and Jackson streets, in
town, where they will be pleased to have
of the'r old customers calland sei itiem.Tlsey
continue to keep on hand their ittail supply
of fimily fcTBerieSji $..,;;:,'
Ouft friend, Dan. S. lUna, Attorney
Law, has his law card yieertwl in to-day
r-jiri. su. nnueicmwi inwyur, ana
has a lirgo prac,lic(in tliiaaud-other ooun-
He has the best of tho beit recommn-'
dations. Give him a oall when vou wish
ly business attended to promptly.
Cincinsati Enquirer. In tjiis papor will
be found the prospectus of the Ciaeianali
the Enquirer is the best and most reliable
paper published in the west, nr.d should
read in every family. . 'It was ono of
papers that stood by the glorious old
cratic flag during the evil days just passed.
We advise our Bemocmtic frioniisvthrouhout
thc6unty to.subsjrlb5'foV-lie- Weekly
Enquirer. Got up tlubs. The terms are
One copy, one year. $ 2 00
One copy, si'i months, 125
Ten copies, one yo ir, (t nd an addi
tional copy to golter-up of club,)JJ0 0?
We will send The Uf.mocr.vtic Enquiker
u uK. wcimiu .wurm 10 any n-iurcBsr
for one year for 3.
Theterrasof the Daily E:quirer are
follows;- - " '
Ofleyear, (always' in adv.in3e,) 512 00
Six months, fi o )
Three ruonths, ..-v.-r.i li'i.'3t25
One month, 1 25
Address Messr 8. Farau & .McLean, Cin
cinnati, Ohio. --' 1 4 "-' 1 '
Vinton County Probate Court.
RICHARD CRAIG, PROBATE JUDGE.
The following business was transacted
the Probate Court of Vinlon County, du
ring tbe week ending January lffch, 1867:
Marriage Licences were grautnJ
Henry Smith. and Catharine Newman.
Francis Marion' AVhitlatch and Mary
DilUrd C. Croghan and Hester Ann
Jones. . ,
George Sims and Mnriah Ankroni.V: '" . .
Robert Buckner, Administrator of Estate
Willis Leach, deopased, vs. Mtry Page
al. Petition to sell Unli. S.tlo confirm
ed. 6 It is a somewhat startling f.iet, that
within the last two veari a majority of
Northern State peuiteniiivriei'rria ,-kne.irly
doubled the number of their inmates.
As the number of Radicals increases,
course, we have to double the aqcommoda-
tion of our penitentiaries.
The Londfln Timet says that the slaugh
oi miners in JSiiglana b the colliers
explosions average one thousand
The State of the Country—
What the People Want.
The pedpie of fhis country after -a
Eve years ' war and commotion, now
wantquiefc.and repose. All good citizons,
mon of business and standing, want
oessation of politioal agitation. The
late terrible war was launched unon them
with liu'e notice, and was a most unex
pected ovotrt to the great mass of the
American people. Thoy want no more
such catastrophes they want to, build
up what has been torn doirn, instead of
going on lurther in thwork of demoli
tion. First of all thev want a httbla
and permanent currenoy, a currency nut
sunjeot to the .will, or caprice, or inter
ested aotityf6f"aDy roan or eet of men.
They want a system" of finanoe upon
whioh they can oount in tne future as
well as the. present. As the present
lyptem is so completely interwoven with
the politics of tne country, there is no
remedy lor unanotal disorders oxeopt by
restoring and maihtarbins the Dublin
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peace ana tranquility,
,. There is no doubf. we repear. but all
sensible men of both parties are sick and
weary ot the apparent never-ending ngi
tation. The events of the war led
among other things, to the most tremen
dous monetary change jB-.OBf 'condition.
For a low specie standard wo substituted
one. based upon paper and Government
iredit. lbereare those who' now cro-
ppse violently and suddenly to resume
our original itatut. They are unaware
of, or regardless of the truth that great
Unenoial as well na tfreat DoHtionL
nanges snouid be made slowly and Grad
ually by cautious appwaoh to the end
desired. It is no light thing to unsettle
all standards of value and impair, the
fortuues of millio ns hv fish end 'rirnrn
liate action. There has been a pradnnl
inflatioa'of the currency by' hl is'eue of
an immense volume of paper money.
Upon it are predicated all bnsinoss tans
otion.s ; noni; mortgag6i,7oontro;ctg'acd
lesfes havo all been given with reference
" To instantry" destroy thi immense
system ad return to a ppfoia standard,
would bring otter ruin ind destruction
'o countless number?, and entire Ptana
tion to nil business and laboring inter-,
eeK Dnsirous as we rpeoial'y are to
back to tie old Canstitut iotial basis
gold and silver, for which we have
contended, and upon which we
fought. miny a politisal battle, we do
want to do it in a way that would
general pullio distress and universal
Let nsdiiscentMrom the present
financial hights as we ascended it, grad
ually arid By degrees. It was said to
an unavoidable nooessify. that fiteued
thi? paper eyem upon u, but in
ting rid of it, the people Ime a right
be. atid can and should he consulted
'a' to the time and 'mnnncr in whioh it shall
pass out of existence.
, If we were influenoedliv rwtisan' con-
sideration endlooked to its success alone,
to nothing w'ou'd tilease us better than
803 an iinniediato resumption of spcoie
payment by the Government.
Rat tlii? evenr, by plunging the whole
r-niinfrv inln rrrpi.ir rlijnatAf wnnM '
M feet tho just with tlo wiyW those
's are .not responsible aj. well as those who
are -tar in our, present oonuitioa
j can not nfiVrd to gratify a j'ist retributies.'
tion upon the authors of our calamities,
i by involviaz ouf (riendi in the comrrwn
. disaster, Whilo we are on board
sima ship with them we should help keep
,er off'tho breakers', and c-uo her
iwa through the frigh'ful gala wtiiah
has rncounterod, and by which fh?
The Onward March of the
Tub march of tho llidical and revolu
tionary party in our country lias been
frori! tho beginning steadily onward.
Everypositioa they havo taken has been
preparatory to a new step ahead. iMeas'
urcs which they onoa repudiated and dis
chimed they ha've, ia short time, ui-
vanccd up to with unfaltering step. In
as each of their nirsrtssions &nd uaurDa-
lions there have been iwnsorvative men
in thdir ranks who have hesitited or re
fused to adopt this fresh demand upon
tlioir party i'ooity. But throwing therr,
off, as n snake is ssid at s'ated periods.
ito discard its old skin, and comi'ns forth
moved forward to tho coal of its desires. !
U-fcalvnya in revolutionary parties
that the mora vioIent4and -rejlilces, t,ho
mora extravagant and auducious, oon
staatiy keep the had, and that al i 'ff.na
to control tbcin in their own ranks uni
formly foil, and result in the difioomlh-
uro ot tnose Who uiinmpt it. When
revolutionary party ceases to march on it
is' untrue, to tho law of its bi'iiig, ' and
must cease to exist. Tlio truth of this
has been illustrated, ia all history, from
the earlioft down to the latest times.
Consequently, nothing ever stands in its
way th it it respectB. Constitutions, sa
'ercd chaxtors, ruscrved rights and privu
lege.x, individual liberty, all have to yieM
in i its imperiom demands when they, ia
the least, impede its progress. No such
eonsiderulbus os these are gjing to stop,
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iii lua ioisi, iiiu jvauicai levoiui'onarj
party in tho United States. Neither, we
repeat, will it bo checked by any con
servative influence in its midst.
. There is a striking and wonderful par
allel between the American Jacobins of
18C6 and those ot Franco ia 1793.
li.ich used tho same stereotyped phrases
about the natural and. Inalienable rights
of man In each case the first result ot
the usurpation bP power was the eman
cipation of the nero race. Each de
rived its main support from seorot polit
ical clubs and party orginizationp If;
tho one had tho Jaoobins. tbe other had
its 'Union Leagues,' -Rod its 'Boys in
Blue' and. 'Soldiers of the republic.'
Tho Frenoh .Jacobins were in the habit
ot harrying their measures, and obtain-.
ing a majority in the Assembly when
they were in tbe minority by making p
raid upon if,, seizing und destroying
enough ot their bpponciits to oocom;
plish their purposes. Our Jacobins ef
fect .tho same result by the exclusion of a
largo portion ot the representative body
from the;r seats, and by tbe expulsion
from tho benches of others of their moist
laoiive and formidable enemies. ' The
French Jacobins were in. ft vrat of and
did establish a. centralized imperial dos
putigni, under tbe mock semblance of -a
of a republic. This is precisely what
our Jacobins are doing, and will acoom
piisn, it there is not brougbt agaios
tbem the superior force of a counter
revolution. The only constitution, and
law whiou the i'renoh Jaoobins obeyed
were their supposed party necessities for
the moment ' and thi9 is the groat dis
tinguishing festure of onr Radicals.
Both the American and French parties
which we have been oomparing wore aci
customed to rule by employing the rig
nh. and terrors of martial hw. Tbe
Frenoh Jacobins would have no cx-
eoutive that was not tbeir tool, and this
and this is what onr revolutionists are
detorimnbd also, to aooomplish. Their
plan is to make ; of Andrew JonNsoN,
ao faf as his fate is ooncorocd, n Louis
Avi. VYjtD (he deposition of the rres
ident cornea a series of measures far more
revolutionary than any we have yet seen.
iney are ne .reorgaDization of th .Su.
pteme Court and' its reduction to a mere
patty tribunal, that wrH regisror'all the
decrees ' that may 'be ; reqiiirod of it.-
Tliese, are' the ro.du'otioti of the, Southern
Statos to: TerrUpries, .the disfranobise-
ment o.t the white ueoclo living in thoul.
and the handing over of their politual
p6er to" the' great mass of netrroos .1 who
were lately slave?, Thon will coije the :
eonfiioation of the Southern property
and the fxeouti.on or banishment of
personrwho may have been, fro
kpaBt'anteeedents or present position,
jectionable to the revolutionists. -
neoesoaryto rSact their purposes,' a
standing, array will bo employed,
the direction only of those in whom
most radical of the Jacobins have
.' '1 he negroes wil' demand, rr will
put up to demand, restitution for
centuries ol slavery; and tie Northern
revolutionists, adniuing its justice,
allor it to be taken. The" South will
converted into a St Domingo, and
the North will exist a perfect reign
terror. 1 hese measures nd determina
tion? of cur revolutions appear in
sayings of tho most ultra, and flow quite
naturally from the past history and prep
ent attitude of the party. '
13at what can be done to errest them
is the earnest ar;d practical query, since
the Constitution and laws chat ere
have for oirr protection ars to be rendered
null and void. Shall we, seeing the rap
ids. not lar below us, and the awrul oata
ract beneath, sit idly or quietly by,
submit to the impending doom ? or shall
we combat the revolutionist prrty that
resolved on. nor destruction with the ooly
weapons tjiat history teaches is effioaoious
or of any nount, ti prooure a f jyorable
The Dead Duck pronounces the selection
V,8invon Ctmeron by tie Radical, cauciii
for Senator, "a studied violation of pubtic,
decency." ThefjUadlcals in Congress and
out are rather suhjjet to ttft oai nianion
that kind, of offense. .
On tl'o 13th lnU by t). W. Knlch. F-n., "Riinnt.Mi
Wai.tih- unit Miaiiii IIamm 1M1W Loth .of Vinton
On th- ft;h Imt.. hy"D. AV. Kolcli, "ti-, Mr. J
Kiel nnJ Mrs. L'WicDjV.inhowdkx.
JOn the (lamp day, bv fiporjip Oraic. r.q , Itnit
b'aiTit aui C.vTiiKiNKSWAHS,.tiirof Vinlon conWy.
On thrsnme1iliiy,iliv'n('V. J. W. Maker', Mr. Fran
cis M. WHiTLATcmmU Miis MarkLastj, both pf Via
loiiouuut). , ....
On 18th" int., lkv hMIer, l-q , Mr.
Or nop. Simh nuj Mij Mahta .nkuoh, both
Attorney ext Xexxr,
'' . 1 Mti ARTHUR, OlflO.
ST7 Tl.r, I'rncfirp inutile f'our'i o Sntilhprn Dis-!
IT I net
J-i'-kson, asi't Athmm cuimtps.
"r ?f .UaT!,'
t uf tihio, iinj m tlio Courts ot .'Vln.on.i'
jHtnmrv 24. 1807-tf
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
lACliSON C. II., OHIO,
VJT ll.i.praptiee ,m ine r.umis vf jnuRon, Vinlon
ii unu oiner counuca.
January lit, 18i!7 If
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI
MARIETTA & CINCINNATI RAIL-ROAD.
OX nnd nfior January (I, 1807, Triuns will run
MAIM5AST Nf.tlTJvSPnKSS EAST
l.ovHim.l fl "
" Ohiihi'oihe 2 u pm,
" HihikI.iii 1 41 '
" Zulcski 2 '
" Atlh'ni :i i'3 "
Arrive Marititu t ",. "
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NIGHT EXI'HB-ty WE T
A3.iA.li. : 7 15 p.m.
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In in " 11 iw
10 l?i " . 11 42
" t.'lnlliuotho 122Sp.. 12a.m.
" IjovpI iikI , 3 U " Qi "
Arrive Oiiieimvili 5 00 " 6 M "
'Connection made ut Umdon with Tr:iin3 on th
(.'lose roiinci-tion.-) marie nl Cincinnati with nil
Wostern Trains n'I nt I'nrkersburg with the Haiti
more nuj O'tio Hail Road.
Mtitcr of 'reimportation.
Chillieothe, 0., Jan. 21, 18'i7.
VtntPn County Probate Court-
NOTICE. David Foremnn, Administrator of the
Estate of Hotert Weloli, dece.ispd, has filed hi
accounts and voucher fur inspectionnnd settloinent,
and that the s line will be for hearing in the i'robate
Court of Vinton C unty, Ohio, on tho 8rH dat or
FtBHUAur, A. O. I(i67. .
. RICHARD CRAIG,
Jinnarj'21, 18)7 -3t Prolate udgo.
January 24, io7-3w
1 MierHI's Sale.
State, of- Ohio, Vinton Couity, it.
v. Onler of Sale N Z.
Georsje A; Leach. J .
PUUSUANT to the command of an order of dale
issued from the Court of Common I'loas of Vin
ton county, Ohio, Mid to mediruotod aiShoiifl of aid'
onnty, 1 will ofbrat pubiiu wile, nt the door of tho
WJUIV UWllB III iJlU lwnU u, IT, UrillHl , IU Y IUIUI1
county, Uhio, on . .
Wednetday, the 21th day of February, A. D:
'-: mi, -v'-
on? oclonl P. M. of wild day, ttu following do
feeribed premiiiea, situate in the" County tf Vintou,
lid Sbito of Ohio, to-wit: '
Fiveaores -of lana ami wtter in the South-wml
corner in a sonars IM oil the Enst h df of t he South-
East quarter of Seotion Number Eighteen, Township
en, Kanga aeventeen; iiiko, neiiiiig at the North
west comer of ihe Emt half of tho North-east ouar
of Section Number Nineteen, Township Tou, of)
iiunga nevonieeni ineneo running f own U) intate
rond: thence North-o.ist along the West side of aaid
road co che East and West line on the North end of
said half quarter; ilience running West t the p 1 nee
oerrinning, ao bs uiko an cue ihiki innc una on tun
Weiiv side where. Hui-i road run, belonging to aaid
half quarter. ' '
Tho following rteacribed real estate, Mlnate in See
ticn Eighteen, Township Ten, of Kiioge Beveuteen,
lieginning 7.C8 chains North oftlie Soulb-west corner
tne East half of tho Somh-east quarter of said
Section, tm.; theuee K ist 7.08 chainshenee South 70
links; thence N. 8i, Eistl.50 chains; thence N 65
East 210 chains; thence N. 22 W. Iii chaius; thenae
N.H1 SV. l.OOcnins; thsnue West40 links; thence
South 10. 15 chains to the baginning place, contain
ing 6 04-100 uures.'
Appraised atone thousand five hlindrod dc liars
(Sl.JoO.Ui)) and must bring two-thirds of that sum. r .
Taken us the propoi ty of said (ieorge A. Leaoh to
satisfy ajudnment rendered ag.imst him io fiiyorof
Terms oI'dAlo-Caah in hand at the time of ftle.
-V .'. .. JOHN J. 8HOUKEV, ' '
. sheriH Vinton County, O.
D. D.Phivel, Att'y tor PhiintilE ' ; "
January U, 187-fiw t , .. ,,, .. - , , ,
Tlriton County Ijrobato Court.
NOrtC-John'S' If irpe'r, Gnardianof Ben ariiin
A.) Thomal,UftMm04 Icym Lydiii, Miuorva,
Martha, and John U iroer, I'pJ ronrosenatives o(
- Escnto of llenjamiU' Coddiugton, "de
censed, has filed tits ai-couula and vouchers pf in
spection and final settlement.'' for Hnlmin A..
Thomas 1., Caroline, and luey Harr, and, also, hi
aouounw ana vouoners lor mapeeuon unit par
tial settlement for ivha Minerva. Mnrtlm. and Jiihn
Harper; and that Hie same will be for hearing on
1)a or Foat, A. D. lJinV'. ' i
RICHARD CRAlOi, .
TIIK DEMOCllATirj ENQUIRER
a Miilont'i Building, ' on Main Street
Is roplole with all Ibe modern improve
ments for tho EAT,"cniCAr. and
hapid etocution of every fctyle
!' , ef PRINTINO,
CCIPI.( if Iii :.-;.Ot fBtij IN
r tf i y i :
ALL KINDS OT BLASttsr, fl Se.', ' ka';,
1 u'c.'ioi -
In pHin or fanoj eolorod Inki,0'1-
of tin v:
Frtmiumt Amounting to ' '
To te Di'ilribufcd in April, '186T t "'
roLls of Fremfums and Particular! of
Distribution: see Jthe Weekly Enquirer '
and Subscription Circulars f J ,
tf TT. tW yonr; nfll-r pn'ies to the ahove amotmt at
71 an incentive to tboae of pur patron who wilt
exe,rt themselves to form club If our paper could
he taken in the household of all our IJemoerati
friends, South and West, its influence would be po-
tent r cfianging the political aspect ot artaira. Tho
frreat point lor whieh alffriends of the Union should
labor lor ia the Dissemination of Democratic truth.'
If it had had an equal hearing with the errors of our'
opponent, we should never have had the terriblo
crisisof the last five years. Taught by sad expert,
ence of its necessity, we trust the Democratic press
ia iq future to have a larger sphere of influence aod)
What evili have fallen ttpon the land, owlns; to tho i
erroneous political erkiation of tho maasesl If wo'
would restore the old order of things onoo more, ol
feet National Unity and the old-fashioned Peace and
Presperity , we must plnce' the Democracy again fa
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