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CttAS. SWETLAND, PuUithen
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THE "ADVERTISER.
l^lillHEU AT Tir-r*, IOWA BVSRY
_f BATURPiV !ttORSl*«jr
r. s.
Allele nWribrn, 1 yt*r, in advance.- fJi^O
la Months 200
4%lu1ls
JST
•no, to one address, -1*6
RATES OF ADVERTISING.
sixteen line*, or less, one insertion*
each rontiunanre, ®J!
Card*, not exceeding six lines, per year, 5,'W
fpjT A liberal discount made to those who
»d*ertis« by the year.
All advertisei/.pnts ordered to He inser
vvittiout specifying the number ol inser
tion*, wiii be continued until ordered out. a*td
«bsrpftd accori'.higlj'.
All letters addresssfi to the Editor
oust
be
Of rrtrr description, neatly sm!
•xeruti"! id this 'lli e.
DnninrHH l*ard*.
W*. II. Tl'THILI.,
ATTORNEY
ECLF.CTIC
AT LAW and Solicitor in
Chancery. Tipton, Cedar county, Iowa.
A. NIVR,'.' V. f.i.I •PICE*.
k spii ru.
ATTORNL£S
AT LAW nnd Solicitors ill
Chancery. Tipton, Cedar eoanty Iowa
TTORNEY AT LAW. Off.cein tht C««rt
A. Ho is.e, Tipton, Iowa.
eT E. EDWAR1W, Esq.
Attorney
ATTORNEY
1 C'oMiseler at Law, Roches­
ter, Cedar Cowry. Iowa.
VR.L raAI TK I IV AI I. TTtr V rmiOK COPKTS.
JOHN HI BER,
AT LAW. He*i4ene« 4 miles
west of Tipton. nl
A. V. BROW*,
ROBT. M. LOSG
JCnTICE
OF THF. PBACK md Notary Pab-
tir. Tipton, Iowa.
Enfineers' Office*
TIPTON, IOWA.
AJV OVER FRIENT ti. CT'LSRRTSOW'S
REHOLDH fc TUKXER,
"DRYSICIAN AND Sl IUiK^N, Office a
Si
tlie Drug Store of harnbersic.Son, 1 ipton jlU^.
J. W. KI.KM,
PHYSICIAN ad
A/ niuds
SURGFOV, Ha
Olfiss opposite the Hotel, Tiptwt.
Iowa.
I«. IV. OltFK*,
•HYSICIAN AND Sl'RGEOf,'
Cedar county, lovra.
W. II AMIO\l it, CU„
DtALKItSWare,
IN DRY GOODS. Groceries,
B«"it s'a.no,,erv-
4nnuav ii i rTT 1°
€. D. DAVIS*
MERCHANT—l)taii»r
GitKEI &. Wc\ AtO«IITO.\,
MERC11AN
W tl. U iKKit.
MERCHANT—DealerM
Mf:rn
THE
PRESlDtSrS MfSSIflE.
Washington, Dec* It
Ftilow citizens of the Smate
and House of Representatives.
The interest with which the People of! V,nd
this republic anticipate the assembling of!
Congress, and the fulfillment on that'oc-l Fesjnct,°'.is
casion oi the duty imposed upon u new Part"8-
President, is one of the best evidences of!
the rapacity to realize the hones of the
nee upon
pl
H. A. PIATT,
FHYvSICIAN
n. h. iiiitn\,
BOTAKIC
PHYSICIAN. Kesidenc# ia l^p-
ton, Cedar county, Iowa. al
II. IT. ROM,
PWYSTHAN
AND SL'RGtOV, RocWer,
tdar u:ity, Iowa. nl
FRIEXD & I'LBERTiOXj
F.HCHANTS—Dealers in Dry Goods,Gro
cerie?. Hardware. Ac..Tipton Iowa. 1
re''C''
Tiplon, Iowa. nl
Sill it &,
MERCHANTS—Dealer?liiLEl,joJs,Gro­
iu Dry
ceries, lludwsre, Iron, A.C., 4c. Tipton,
lova. nl
founders of a ptilitical system at once
•otnplex and systematical. While the
different branches of the Government
are to a cenain extent independent of
iS^ch oth«fr tin* duties of all ab'.e Imve n
direct reference to the success of the
whole. Fortunately, under this system,
ao man is so high and none BO humble in _T .,
the scale ol public station as to escape '/.e ^a,ns*
from tin scrutiny, or IK* exempt Iro n the' Should
federacy, and the onb' security for honest!
of personal ambition on the other.
The interests of which
are inseperable from an
governing community, but stimulated.
II. C. PIATT, {doubtless, at the present time, by the un-' Ka™ed»
setl
|oc|
(on
aition
0 0U
eral foreign powers, by
tions resulting from a sudde
the field of enterprise, by
which that field has beet,
the amazing energy with which its
disease at one
acteristirs of
A TTORTfEY AT fAW. Solicitor in Chance-! pe»tilence, has left its sad trace upon some
Jx. ry an-1 Votary iMii
|«rli..n. nf «ur Cuuntrv we will tli."
tnCj
ja,j
any
(i0t feliS
mjdst
runu^v ,V r4 I Jiaye not ai^un'sced in the construction,}
rtL1Tii.t M.,'l.ms. *1 Ij
IS keep on hand H«-ady Mide
•Jljt.uiig, tioots and Siioes, Yankee No
tions, Dry Gools, Groceries, Rochester,
vV iar Ci »iity, I.- A'a. nl
1
in Dry Goods Gro­
ceries Clock": ,, Vc. I'i)Ches!t |, Iuwa.
in Staple it Fancy
Dry !0-ls, Rca-ly i le Ciothme, Gro
ce.ies, llardvrare, Jtc. Rochester, Iowa.
isri, k adv Mtd*W-Uifhin-r,% BrtoU a-idi
W*»«s
1.1.IAS SHA%fOCR.
MKRCHA.N
.uler ia Dry G.»ods, Gro­
ceries, Crockery, Ac. Cedar JiUWF*, C»
d*r cuunty, lows. nl
EALER IN l'UOVlSio.N'S Nuis, CSg&rs.
Tehacco, i'luit-i, Jw Tipl jn, IOWA,
it ID PLITKER,
IN D!tY i- ODS, Cio
apparent progress if it be)
)djnt ,l },y national integrity, rest-'jng the attention of this g(
1 ipg uiKin the grand truths aliinned and claim for losses by some o
illustrated by I) vine Revelation. In the'in the case of tiie schoone
Rochester,
AMI srilOIEOff, Tipton,jbors ot districts, and cities widely separa-1 ted in our dip
Cedar county, Iowa. nl ted frewn each other, and cheering to! the S ran ish
i watch the strength ot that common Itondi March, 1
last Congress. With some of
ish Possessions on the North, should tie
surveyed and marked, and therefore I
pTseirt the subject for your notice.
Wite France our relations are ort-the
mast friendly footing. The extensive
commercial intercourse between the U.
l,,,at ro'mt/v' ,iu«ht
ed',,e ,t,U'ns''d
^rom
somc
cumstu
of brotherhood, which smites all hearts in! ors, in his annual mcs&age in tha^year,'
them,
questions of a disturbing character
still pending, but there are good
are
reasons'
te believe that they may be amicably ad- consideration.
leenN Hardware, Rootsai.d Shoes,! justed. For some year?past. Great Brit- Martin Costa, the Hungarian by fcirth,
tImj Ueat,y' S'I
V1.11!'
iut
all tiie rights whw they had so long en-
tu
re"u,
American provinces, a negotiatioji has
been opened with a lair pu»sp«et ol u la- Kas2ta
men .n tic enjoj inent oi tlieir ngnts, am.
to prevent colhsioiis between tnein and
u nfvalforce in tiiat quarter
tla^'
!"ry,
i tiias, ir,i« ire, Ac. Poneer, [ewa.
THOTI IK ir. II tun tss.
fl
1t"CER—D^a'er in Groceries, Provisions,
80mf
10
Pro?,eS9
au"*a trpa|y
Cll'es»
and
a
re.| J"J»ry
ti,ne'a^uminir Uie cha°.
,tU
to God lor an accumulation ol
i'i
1,1
Recogniaing the wisdom of the broad course on her part is deeply regret-
u}»on our social aivl poli
condition, I should shrink irom a
clear,
lQ e3fpr,jsa ni^^deepest,®
convictions that we can place DO sure re- gevernment.
For several years Spain has been call
of our SOTOW for our utfiicted and The chim is believed to rest on the obli- jK
in
adjustment, and
S*
THE CEDAR COUOTV ADVERTISER.
§»vr« without eta*—ss jvwt, *iv» rra* or.
TIPTON, IOWA, SATURDAY, DEC. 17, 1853.
1118
™nceiw
unnecessary
J^e niutual advantage oI
,tha
v"w
to tl,ia
of
obJ,rt
ha8
hc,'n
mado 1,1
nPP0U*
commercial navigation.
Independently of our valuable trade
with Spain, we have important jmlitical
relations with her, growing out of our
neighborhood to the isknds of Cuba and
Poi io Rico.
Iain happy to announce that since the
last Congress, no attempts have IKH n i
made by unauthorized expeditions within
any
responsibility which all official luuctions1 'l'st0c' ^'thin our limits, till the means at
imply. Upon the justice and intelligence. Command will be vigorously ex tend
of the masses, in a government thus or- jtH't0 'cptess it. Several annoying cir
ganized, is the sole reliance of the con-
1 I'tes
these colonies
AR,Y suc^
moveniement be mam-
have
takcn
1
plsce
ie
between our
and earnest devotion to its interest a '^tween our citizens and the Spanish an- ^,h
d" u'u^.To,:Ud A. prcxiinity
ui' power on the one hand, or the a&tauiu i^'ond to our &hore?, lyirig, as it does,
in the track of trade between some of our
I have 6poken I PlllK'l*''1*
al
%10lD,ty
l',e 81,sPlcj°U8 v'?'-
inquiring ^elf- ',nce with which foreign intercourse, par
but stimulated"!tirularly
that Wllil tl,?
l'- S-
is
"a.s resulted.
sources for meeting the demands of hu-| complaints on the part of our mi
manity have been developed. Although I
zens
.uudcr.
lli®
must W
government to a
I
Made ain has so construed tiie first article of the effm^to this country in 1S10. and'declar- :the
Coast, as to exclude our citizens fromj After remaining here nearly two years,
some ot the fisheries to which they ireely
resorted for nearly a century subsequent
lie visiu Turk(v while at
was
|(,rn|,ly
t^e.rorre!SPrtn^t
Havana,
°f the island ol Culm,
1 1
thtr» re*
ro{H'tit«on of such occurren
Pres«rit arrangement,
a wule spread ^evastatn-^ov^rninent, and then referred to Spain themselves. With Mexico a dis.
i\l\LvTtJie .nnn referes it to her local author-1 P«te has recently arisen as to the tn.e«f"to
u,'u f,'r
Madrid is instructed to renew the pr^po-
ipg uiKin the grand truths aliinned and claim for losses by some of her subjects,Ifi -v, ~i 1»"«f .t.. w^^..n
illustrated by l) vine Revelation. In thei
the case of ti.e schooner Ami Jd.-^
differing, if has been consoling to see gatioris imposed by our existing treaty!.
llww inwt,i'lly ilisapU'r uiaH. irw neitrl,- withtha. ...Wry,
ioutp,).VJ ni
cnrly
SI7, and one of my prcdecess-•
Austrian brig of war, lying in the harbor,
that
h,
to remove all difficulties on Uie subject xelvase but their efforts wt»re ineffectual.
to extend tie rig.it of our fishermen be-f While thus imprisoned, Commodore Ing-
e
l^'e.
between
the nitea btates and tiie British North
wav St
a
Uce, and then confined in irons,!
tlieir fisoermeii with the avowed design to take- him to|u,i"
jo ed without mctlestauon. VV ith a yiew( Smyrna and Lh gat ion interposed for his Pa3'cs into the ocean, has hitherto persist-
tjie cast)
was
uros
mt
British fishermen, I deemed it expedient States and of Austria, he was transferred i
to tlie CU3tody the
1
Gr»-'the I'oir- "i'Aii'U of t!ie 8tu ot' Februan is him wituiu the limit
detxi/.ed on toard the Austrian bug of
war, that at the time ol his seizure he
was clothed with the nationality of the
United States, and that the acts of our
officers under the circumstances of the igovernments, which will be submitted to
which will lead to a more unrestricted in
tercourse with it.
The Commissioner of that country, who
*n» voiu.H.fcsionero nat country, who
has been recently appointed, is instrueted
th* r,nPire
0l
lother As.a.ic n.t.on,. In
It has been mv earnest desire to main-
place presented toth.sj^em in proving a good understanding j~r*l
'"vvs!^ral,0l». »l«l BM-! ~»"it.lary Mm tie TTrhiwy of
lo.. !SfosiTbundanl cau«- ftr™t-v!ren, Jha.iL-i unt,i -h«. tas h.urdVroni ««l tb. M,.«,,an Swt. of Ch.-I'T"" f«r the aa«(Hion
those authorities. To avoid these irrita- huahua. A former Commissioner pur-
subject
press it upon her majesty's
There
are
also
other
two Republics. Our Minister ti Mexico
as been no final a* tion upon it. I con- As yet he has had tune to visit only one
present it to
your
Smyrna he
takpn on
|,0iira
lent progress has not be**n made hereir
enable me to speak ©f the probable re-
u
ha8"ot
*11' i ... !to enaUe taatosmak tftk* mm- »na t.ie anersit) ana mn.tipucuy c! it
untie withs v »uit iiitioiis with thnt ro* &
•i.uii.
wun,_
u:
V
powers have undergone no essential ceived a favorable consideration by com-, mission to the States of Central America, 'these principles which con«titute"theHor-' Prov'dt'^ ^or Con?,rvss, and also to the
change since the adjournment of the' mittees of both branches, but as yet there minister was sent there in July 1st— 'ranjZ).,l basis of union we perceive that*
eider that good faith requires its prompt of these States, Nicaragua, where he was. federal government, vested in or entrust-'
early received in the most friendly manner. It
iS
.. r-
c?s
^,u
haVabenigneffect
d«^nsions
Convention of t!ie 20th of April 1^18, ed his intention in due form of law to be- establishing more friendly relation. ,1 devout, uLT of th«
in regard to the fisheries of the Northern come a citizen ol the United States.
e ri11
each of them and the United States.
Consideri
an
tt«entio»i
dominion of Austria. Our consul at I»ra/-d, tlirougli whose territories it furred upon it by the Constitution chieflv
,n a
l'JO ljse
yontl the Iiuuts fixed b\ the Cotnou'.on i)rami with the United States sloop ofjnearly exclude foreign commercial inter-,while the great mass of interest which it !mt'nlat'cm and inouificatiou, commensu*
i t"-
\oiabl«: resiuu io protect oui fi^ier- tliis Government, and t.-»ok prompt meas- efforts to iuducc the U.uzillian govern- general reserved powers of the people ofI*v'^
prt,uch
j1j9 release. Under an agree- jment to open, for commerce, under pro
vva
Ciiasu! Gva
fishing season. eral at Smyrna, there remain until he are deeply interested in tliis attempt to flow from
•1
1
,. Several of the South A
Hats and c.ips. a,r. It rh»8ter, l»*a. Kmbarra-isitig questions had also risen shi^uld be disposed ol by the mutual agree- the free navigation oi tiie Amazon, and eminent. The primary fact is the duty during the same period were 85,ftlli,7§1,
between the ueo governments in regard to ment of the consuls of the respective gov-jit is reasonable to expect their co-opera- of administering w.th integiitv fulfill in r! sliowirm that the curi«!ht revenue failed
now sitting in London for th? tmasactioI pire, and IULH- demanded of this Govern- icy, awl remove ail unnecessary resiric- sou-plus revenue, accruing from imports! panics.
®f business. rnent it# consent to the surrender of the ]tbtts upon tht free
me
It is in inany rejects d(®t_rable tliat the prisoner and tiie disavowal of the acts of (traverses so many States and so Luge a by the spontaneous enterprise and naUv1 ister General of the income and the
riiuiics.
case, hae l»een fully approval by me. and the Senate at the present session
a conijiliance with the several demands of
the Emperor of Austria has been declin
ed. For a more full account of this trans
action, and my views in relation to it, I
nfV
lh*'
u'ith
,riU:e
enc^ 0,,t* l^e
questions of con-!
sidi rable magnitude pendircr between the
aamtwii* ana jamuaaraa,
igabb- rivers within tlieir
I'harge inexluiustnble deposits of guano upon the
d'Aflairs ot Austsia and the Secretary of islands ol" that country, considerable difli
Sta.e, whicii is herewith transmitted. culties have been encountered jfj securing
The principles and poliey therein main- a more abundant imjwrtmion of the arh- o'a Irom y'ear'to yew" irTreai."^'?,ev-^
mined on the ym of the L,»»ted States dc. I'nfWtunaU ly there has been a se.it..ither the interests or the wospell"
MTII*, whenever a pi op* occasion occurs,
... i
b-i •»}£ii'od and enforced.
...
The rondition of China at this time,
renders it probable that some important |there. Redress lor the outrages eoinmi of S14.(Kt^.(i3tJ. The public
chanire will ixvur in thtt \-ast country,
1"
a 1
s now under consider
a reason to
10
i,l"rty*onf.with
roP''
on
has ample instructions to adjust the:n.--|,i,ut of Asia.—-I am deeply sen
Negotiations have been opened, but suf-18*''0
of
i'T" and VTdf ,n
rluiT^'S''^IMl1"
.|,I- first, in mv reliance on the wisdom and
as
ed to
hoped Uiat In* presence and good ofll- tive, executive and judicial, yet the sub
nous collision between our citt/ens. who want* of the (iovernment. At the CIOM
have resorted to the Chinclia l.^lfln^s for]of the fiscal year, ending Jnne30, 1S.58*
it, and the Peruvian autlwrities stationed there remained in the Treasury a balanc#
ted by the latter was promptly demanded fur the fis. nl year, ending Juno 30, 1n53,
by our Minister at Lima. This wsbjeet »trioun«e.l to S"N.«flI .Nvi from custoiag,
'r f/msideraiion, and there is'and f2,101,7t)S from public lands, and
believe that Peru is disposed other miscellaneous sources, amounting
,ude(luat« indemnity to ag-
to avail himself of all occasions to open I ^art,es*
and extend our eonuuereial relations not! We are thus not only at pt»cc with all' |wyments on un oiiut of pu4ic
°('China, but with i«reign cot, ntries, but u, regard to politi-
i?
tion was sent to Japan under the coin- jditKl'iwtwIe in out domestic relations
mand of Com. Perry, for the purpose of h° controwrcies which have ng.tated
opening commercial intercourse with that)our country heretofore, an- passing away
Empire. Intelligence has leen received
»#.«. «»«»l« «.f -I
the causes which produced them, and i consideration
of his arr.val there and of his having I1'"* passions they have awakened, or if wv administration, and the path of duty
made known to the Emperor of Japan the )an
1 -—-1-1.. ._.:n :_i .1
l!t
tain friendly intercourse with the (}ov. welfare, and its domestic peace, shall be Kf thene objects, the first has U«en in
ernments upon this Continent, and to aid !^'ld
s,"rurc
of tl,c
0'
fT
al
«^dw««
vv!"c1'
v
J?Uf
rn«'r,''
of
''"Pjw'y *1Jnl« IIHIIKV-
m' u«oa
i seen and admitted to have been wise
and in happiness.
Tiie tlurt,Mn
Rtat«*
fiwn
relations reaehin^ to Eu-
°,v^
Rid''-
on 111,1 to
has been g»'«*n to the sub- he specifiic unl limited powers con-*jthC
as
Policy restrictive in regard to'a co:njnon iuterest in tlieir relations to
°f this river, as to obstruct andiCm(. another, antl to foreign governments i
|i0Ujf,i ariived at Smyrna, and,, course with the states which lie upon its behooves us to cultivate in the ordinary jratc
fier inquiring into the circumstances of: tributaries and upper branches. Our min-. busitifss of life, the sprint of industry,
raiue to the conclusion t!»nt} to time country is instructed to obtain'tri:l all the diversified per$oiial and din ld',l'ua its Indian tribes in the interior
entitled to the protection of a relaxation of that policy, and to use his mestic affairs of society rest unon the'0'. ^lC the necessity of which
(tiie
.nl ^Uveen the agents of the Unit, per safeguards, this great natural high- de nocracy of the nation! and this the vi- i In the administration of the IW Offic#
-~'1"
for international trade.
1
res|KWi!4ibility which
uiiercsts uevelups UJKU MO, the AL)**VIA*
pa-rio.^n'of h«,,oS
are the fun-tioiis and duties of tb''(
its three great'departments, legisla­
in composing!gtantial power, the popular source and
which preval among thein tj„. lartr., carxicities for social and materi-! Navy
TERMS, $1 50 in Advanc*
NO. 03
jvetive ter- .velfare. Neither as to tlie source* of,
trie public tr«'asury, nor as to the manner
Treaties embracing this subject, among of keeping and managing it," d«'»M"any
others, ha\e been negotiated with these great ron'roversy now prevail, th* re bein£
a general acquiescence in the wisdom of
the p.esent system. The reports of tto
Treasury will xhibit in detail the slat#
A new branch of commerce, important
to the agricultural inteiesta of the Cnited |or th Public Finances, and th- C.hd».
otates has. within a few years jat beea'tion of the various branches of the nubile
opened with Peru. Notwithstanding .service, administered by that dep&rtmtlM^
I of the Government.
I The rev«*nu« of the rrumtry. levied a!«
urmg n)ost inf-en««ibly to tiie tax pnvers, (?oea
nd
.uv ».rospectiva
u
of them remains, it may U» rea- j'n regard to it seems to me obvious
gucccssful
oast
,ioiU'd*
between jutates with aU. jol strength and
Being of thepisel*e« well constituted 'ra'j
ar,fy* wlJ,ch
,nus{
to those things in which the states have !vst "lU'rsst
a'^*ay®
V0'Ullteer
Ui
l^c
aPP*-,ar
several States This is the effective' ^arand of the Interior,
tal ussenee of its l»eing and the great-: ^'partment for the flsea] year ending
American St *tes ness of the praetieal ma sequences wiiich tiie gross expenditure
the nature of the federal gov- j111,8 ^7,9^2.7.16, and the grows receipts
.1 ,.R .I. I I I ,,
the Turkish Km. h^peii that Ika/.l will o n a n e pol- tary p.vyer of CLirisUmdom, having the!Sv'moe rcadciud by lUxkoau Ccaa«-
A
of a river winch aU cummer.*, and therefore measured! The eihifck ir* import of the Pott
vigorously
revenua-
ng
toirethor (o $6f .33B,*»!i7, while the pulJie
expenditures lor the same jteriod. exclu
debt, remounted to 43,5-31,264, leaving,*
balance of $34,425,447 of receipts abciH
expeniitur«s.
Tnis (act of increasing surplus in tKa
Treasury 1^'came the subject of unxiviua
a -ry early period of
institutions its to the standard of th" public exigencies,
«n l«r the sacied ••gisjthe course of accomplishment in a man*
This new league oi'! and to a degree highly satisfactory^
.1 I* I 'FL ITLNR.TIT.I ..F ....1 I. I LI
\a*ne%9I
*09,
'-""stitution. 1 Us new league o! v|r and to a degree hipdy ^atisi,
comlort, H.e amount of pnbUcde»jt#«t all
re»'.ub!lc
and une.nbar-
4th
to ie
ana
Uic
be
measuuM
enue
Marth-
liH),0.'J7, payments on account of which
have been made since that period to tha
amount ot leaving unpaid
and in the continuous cuurse of liquida
the sum of
These payments, although made at
the
market priw of the respective classes
of
ks have been elTect«M| readily, and to
neral uil\antuge ol the Treasury,
have at the same tnike piovt'd oC
al utility in the relief they have in*
cidenta'ly afforded to the money market
and to the induct rin I and commercial
leresta of the country.
ou will find in tne report of the Sec*
retarv of the Treasury also, abundant
proof of the entire adequacy of the pres
ent fiscal system to meet all the require,
ments ol the public service, and that
while properly administered, it operates
to the advantage of the community fas
ordinary business relations.
1 respectfully a*k your attention
su .dry suggestions of improvement in
the settlement of accounts, esjie. iallv as
regard* the larg« Hims of outstanding
accounts due to the government, and of
other reforms in the odinmisUiUiv* ac
tion of this department, which are indi
•ated by the Secretary also as to the
progress of the
&****! an^ of lh« Lighthouse
Among the objects needing your at
tention will be important recommenda
tions from the Secretaries of War and
I am fully satis,'led tha» the navy
United States is not in condition
w'ljl
ly tiie soli- i pai'uneiu uaa ucen compelled to pay
tion
(Ficiency cotnineimi-
'^e
,rlagnitu
Je of our commer
commend to
uggestions
Secretary of
submit that
Urtder
present state
be regarded with the high-
as a
"U'lleus around which
lo^ce of the nation gathers
^,our
ot
^ttnfT *r» '•-'Uu»rc® aug-
Wil^
Unis
luaits and frontier
l',e col,!itry,
and the con-
iii the communication of the
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