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J.B. Hoff, Advertiser Printing Office, 1885 - 270 pages

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Page 143 - And what I wish just now to state To all our brother farmers, Is spread the granges through each state, No monied power can harm us. For president we make no boast, Will do the best we can, We'll try, no matter what it costs, And find an honest man. Then won't those salary grabbers be In a repentant fix; The people's wrath will come, they'll see, In eighteen seventy-six. Now if out grangers keep one mind When in their councils met, We'll leave such rascals all behind,— That's what they'll do,
Page 146 - Uelieves his country worth defending, Her flag, the sacred pledge of God, A bow of promise o'er him bending.
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