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THE MONTANA P^)ST, SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1867.
MATIRDAT, AlOI ST lO, 1867.
REPORTEDRY THE W. U. TELEGRAPH COMPANY^EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE TRI-WEEKLY PCST.
IndianCommissioner*-^ ^Man berry^on l-Vnlanti^A n Assault on Kr^l^iili!li aiif-Z.'i.OOO tor Brownlow^-bitaUU Itiinipaiit-HaiK'Ofk to^^^etfieia M^erl^lj^n^ Grain Crop of^^*^7^Tlic ^'iib^ ( able-.flexloo and^the Sotuh-GraulN Position.
Wasbikjton,July 30.-^commissioner* appointed
hostileItxliiins will a.-^einl^le in St. Loui^ on^the 6th ^^f Au^u^t, to locate the territory se^^lect^ a- a pertntiiiF'iit reservation for the^Indian^.
Acircular is taraeel fiom the Attorney-Gen^^eral's oflice, to-day. to District Attorneys and^Marehal-. instructing them to observe all per^^sons whom they may have reasonable cause to^suspect of combining; unlawfully for expedi^^tions into the territory of any foreign nation^and promptly interpose the authority of the^United Mates when t'n*y have authority for^believing any perrons have violated the laws^of the l.'nited States.
AWorld ap^ci 11 .;. v-: 1 'he President has^determined to remove Throckmorton, of Tex^^as, and appoint A. .1. Hamilton.
ATime:. CataaawfcL S. C, special says: Win.^J. Armstrong, a representative of the Con-^gresMon:tl Uepu. lir.oi committee, and J. Q.^Thompson, correspondent of the New York^Tunes, were murderously assaulted last night,^in the Nickerson (loose, on account of par^^ticipation ic the Republican convention. No^fatal injuries Ma .-u.-tnined. Governor Orr^was present during the riot, an J advised peace I scnlpin
Latkr.The cable is again in perfect work^^ing order
TheOr-and Viceroy gave a banquet to Lord^Lyons previous to his retirement from the^post of the British Ambassadorship.
ThePope has sent some valuable presents^to the Sultan and Viceroy of Egypt, lor the^protection afford* d to Catholics in the Dom^inican country.
Onehundred Ganbaldians appeared on the^: Papal frontier^, but were driven off by the^Italians.
Pakis,August 3.^Napoleon will beaccom-^. panied by M. Monselier, minister of foreign^' affairs, on his visit to the Emperor of Austria.^; lie will remain three days in the Austrian^capital.
NewYork, August 3^An Orixnba letter of^I the ISth gives account of the enthusiastic re-^j ception of Madame Juares all along the route^to the City of Mexico.
Juarexwill undoubtedly be the choice for^President.
TheCanadian Commission will soon be in^i New York taking evidence on behalf of the^1 I cited States, in the suit against Jacob
Thompson; in the case of the rebel steamer^Tt is expected the Georgian, intended by Thompson to depredate^to treat with the ' on the lakes during the rebellion.
Themonitor Onondaigua has returned with^two feet of water in her hold. She proves a j^bad sea boat.
Massmeetings are being held all over Ala- I^bama, under the direction of the Republican!^Executive Committee.
Theblacks registeted are largely in the^majority in that State.
Washington,3d.^The registration com^^mences immediately in South dtrolina. Post^commander* will superintend registration^in their respective districts, and ab-o exercise^a'general supervising authority, looking to^the faithful execution of the law and the^maintenance of order. Severe regulations^are issued against parsons endeavoring to^thwart theri^htof registration.
Itis reported in official circles tuut should^Juarez not b^ re-elected, he will be sent as^u Minister to Washington, as a murk of re^^gard for the United State*.
NkwYork, August 6.^The Times Foxt^Ilarker special says: The Indians killed^seven men ye.-terday, six miles from here.^The men killed were rail road laborers. After^two men they proceeded to Big
Cavanaughleads off and get* knocked^out of time the first roum..
11ki.kn a . M. T., Augnut .^^, is*;
Hon.W. F. Sanders^bear Sir i Vmi^having' been nominated for Delegate to^Congress by the Republican party ot^Montana, I, as the nominee ^t the Demo^^cracy of the same Territory, cordially^invite you to a friendly discussion of the^National and Territorial questions at^issue between our respective parties.
Thediscussion to be held at the follow^^ing times and places, viz: On the even^^ing ot August 8. at B'ackfoot city: 9th.^Washington gulch; 10th, Deer Lodge^city; 12th, Emmettsburg: liJth. Bear^Town, 14th,Reynold8 city; loth.German^gulch: 16th, Hocker city; lTtii. Butte^city; 19th,Highland city: all of the above^places being in the county of Deer^Lodge. And on the evenings of August^20, at Argenta: 21st, Bannark: in the^county ot Beaverhead. On the evening^of August 23, at Virginia city, at wLb-h^latter city further arrangements can !^^^^made for a continuance of the discu.---i qm^during the residue of the campaign. An^early reply to this note is respectlully^solicited.
Yourobed't ser^ t.
.I.VMSiM. t AVANAl * II
Helena,M. T., August 5. 18GT.^Dkak Sir : Your favor of tail date,^inviting me to a friendly discussion of the^issues between our respective ]^arties is^received. I coincide with you fully as^to the desirability of euch an arrange^^ment, and do not decline it. But I con^^fess my surprise that in your communi^^cation you proceed to fix the times and^places at which these discussions are to^take place. A custom too universal to^be disregarded prescribes my right as^the party challenged to fix the times,^places and terms of discussion. This I^shall do in a spirit of fairness, and after^consultation with you.
Anecessary journey to my home in
byurging the a^saiied to retire to their , Creek stage station and Van off twenty head of^rooms. 1 Udellff. th-- ^ ^ -t prominent aeaail- j horses and mule^. This was in daylight, and^ant, is a brother of to ^ chief of police. The j exposed as they were to a fire from fifty in-
liotereweraarre-tei a:, ; ; rijin,vh;it.^ly liberated ; fan try and adoien stage employees, only 300 | Virginia citv renders it impossible for^on bail.r..u i m, M^C commander, was j wards'fro in them, it is considered the boldest mo to be
appealedto and tl;e :ioters are now under ! attack the Indians have made.^Hxrer-1.Captain Andrews started immediately iu
Loxiw.n.Jrnly riii ^In the Commons, to- i pursuit and overtook the Indians last night,^night. L ifi Bf. cretary of State for I ^u* found them too many to attack with his
Foreign Affair-, ir rn-wer to a question, i force and sent back for reinforcements which^stated that ll**1 r ^per or Napoleon had sent a | were forward pd.
not tt^ tb.^ Kiiif. ol I'ruwia, but that it woull Herald's Key West special of the 3d says:^be improj er to ^ its contents atthepres- Everything is ready to lay the cable. Paying^Mit time.Lint began to-day.
Paais,Julv .^^^.^ ibis at tern oon, the trial ! Herald's Havana special of the 21st rays:^of the roaper* un niowiug machines of the j Th* Spanish steamer Ciudad Candales. passen-^worbl took place ^^n the Emperor's farm. | gers and crew were saved.
Overa dozen wcUm trr.m France, Spain V^ra Cru/., July 24.^Dates from Mexico^and England were entered. McCormick'r ! l*th that Santa Anna is still in prison.
Nothinghas been heard from Marquese yet.
reaperperformed its allotted task in 24 min^^utes ; Wood's reaper in 26 minutes. The^pnie.- will undoubtedly be given accordingly.
NtwYork, Augu.-^t 2.^A Herald special^from Nashville say^, the election returns come^in slowly. Every county in Middle and East^Tenne.-see, as fsr as Lean! from, gave radical^majorities. Brownlow will probably carry^every county in West Tenuest-ee, except two.^They are doubtful. Of the Legislature, 20^out si 2.^ radicals are elected in the upper^house, and all but 10 out of S3 in the lower^house. The retun-s up to midnight indicate^the election of Brownlow by 25,000 majority, j^Every ndical Candidate for t ongress was elec- :^ted by majorities varying Tom 3,000 to 8,000. :^A Knexvillo dispatch says the negro vote of I^the city is very heavy and solid for Brown-I^low. In Brownlow's precinct, out of 515^votes, only one wat against bim and that bis^own.
ATribune .-pecial says, the prospect of a^settlement of the Alabama claims by the ac^^quisition of British Columbia is abandoned.it^having been found impracticable.
St.Loci*. July 2.^Western dispatches ^ay \^Powers and Newman's train from Leaven^^worth had a fight with the Indians on Sunday,^lasting all day. From 10 to 15 Indians weie^killed.
Sr.Locis,July 1.^ The steamer ^J. B. Ain*^^was sunk in the Missouri river, near Clays- ;^ville, yesterday. Loss, $65,000; insurance,^$Ub00O.
Washihgtos,August 1.^Letters from Ad-^iniral Farragut to the l ^th i-tate that he km ^^assumed the command of the European^squadron.
Galveston,August 1.^The appointment^of Pet^t^e gives great satisfaction with the best j^men of all parties. The yellow fever is in- |^creasing.
Loxoon,August I.^The London reform!^meeting to sustain the action of the former^convention will be held in Jlyde Park next^month. An immense crowd is expected. The^purpose of the meeting is to advocate the '^cutting down of the franchise as extended by^the bill pa.-.-td in the House.
Atthe (jo^ duood laces, to-day, the hordes
ForeignMinisters are unmolested.
'Hiepres.- advocates a general ainnp=ty, but^argues that severe punishment should be^meted to Marquese.La Cane.Larez and others.
Jamaicaadvices re] ort a continue! para-^lixation of trade in Kingston, and a general^imnnr.it \ from frauds and robberies commit^^ted in official and in rural districts.
Theadministration of the Colonial govern^^ment under the system planned in England is^unsuccessful.
Reportsfrom Kingston the 19th are replete^with lamentations about the new and heavy^t.'X ^\.^t^-tn iinpo-ed by the Colonial govern-^ment.
TheTribune special say.-: The old story of^the resignation of Stanton is being revived.^At this time there seems to be good founda^^tion for it.
ThePresident's contemplated rejioval of^Sheridan is opposed by Stanton and Grant.
ThePresident stated l^^t night that he^would remove Stanton first, then Sheridan.^Some doubt is expressed as to the President's^power to remove a Cabinet officer.
ThePresent's friends say that if he can^^not make Stanton resign he will suspend him.
Thereis no donbt but that there really was^^ quarrel between the President and Stanton.^General Urant had several interviews during^the week with the President and Stanton, on^the proposed removal of Sheridan.
Itis said that Urant construes the recon^^duction act to place on him a part^of the responsibility for its faithful ex^ecution by the officers under him, and under-^his command, hence his opposition to Sheri^^dan's removal. When consulted by the Presi^^dent he ^;:^ v ^ his opinion that in no one could^he place more trust than iu Sheridan.
Dimkr,August 7.^It is reported at Jules-^burg, this morning, that the Indians captured^a train on the Union Pacific Railroad, then^crossed the river and cut the two wires on the^,-oiilh Platte. They have h.'.d possesion of^the lines for three days.
Later.Ji LKSBi tiC, August 7.^The In^^dians yesterday destroyed the railroad track
csmein in the lollowing order : Van Byn,^Sidela, Regalia.
Washington,August 2.^Bradley occupied ^ix miles west of Plum creek, captured one^the entire ^lay in his argument for Surra tt. I train and killed the engineer, fireman and^Pierpont closes for the government to-mor- j brakesman. They also attacked a party that^row* tI were on their way to repair the railroad ami
Charleston,August 2.^Several freedmen ! telegraph line, killing two of them and wound-^wbo emigrated for Liberia last year have re- 1 iDg two others.
tnrned.They bring discouraging accounts. The Western Union telegraph lines are down^Those who remained, intend to return and ad- ! east of Fort McPherson. A party left that^\ise Southern freedmen against emigration. ; place yesterday to repair them and have not
Washington,August 2.^The Post office been heard from since. Another party will go^Department is in receipt of continual com- ^ to their assistance this morning,^plaint* from jdaho, Nevada and Utah that I Twenty Indians; crossed the river yesterday,^transient newspapers and other printed matter ^ nine miles west of Bishop's ranch, told the^is not delivered by the overland mail unless ; operator and the five men with him to sleep^prepaid at letter postage rates. This is in ac- once more and then goto Fort McPherson.^cordance with the law and there is no remedy i The Indians have destroyed the telegraph lines^but a repeal of the obnoxious law by Con- ; for some distance and carried off the wire,^grese.j They are near Mud Springs and between Jules-
Nash ville, August 2.^Several freedmen burg and Fcrt J-*ramie, and still have posses-^were discharged by the employers in this city I *ion of that country.
lorvoting the Radical ticket.Salt Lake, August 7.^The South Pass and
GeneralCarlin has ordered his subordinates ^ Sandy stations have been burned by Indians,^to use every effort to find employment for and the lines destroyed. The lines are also^lnena-j torn down at Pacific Springs. The Sandy op-
NawYork. August 2.^A Washington erator has returned to that place, accompa-^i-pecial say.-: It is now understood from official nied by a small party of miners. He reports^sources tbat Hancock will be appointed as ! that the men will go back unless a stronger
jforce should come from the west, as about 100^Indians were seen yesterday, and Indian signs
TheIntelligencer says there will be no un-^necemary delay in issuing the order relieving^Sheridan.
Paris,August 2.^Bancroft,^Berlin arrived to-day.
ginat Blackfoot so early as you^denire, but. could I do so. it would leave^but twenty-one working days in the^campaign. In a Territory containing^nine counties, three, of which are us^IMnrfll a.s Deer Lodjre, you auk me^to RMttd more than half the canvass in^that county.
Pardonme. if I suggest that this will^appear as an attempt to withdraw me^^as far as it is possible for you to do^lrom^the canvass, and will Ik^ unfair to other^communities.
Intwo instances, the ttntHrfflM pro^^posed, are to take place within four miles^of other places vou also name for our^discussion. Were we to visit all the^places suggested, a re-arrangement of^the meetings would save many miles of^travel.
Again,some of the meetings would^require of us remarkable journeys', and^would find us weary from travel.*
I\r instance, you invite a discussion^at lieynohls city, on the evening of the^14th, and on the evening of the succeed^^ing day, at German gulch, although tin-^places named are at least eighty-five^miles distant from each other.
Sometowns named are far less popu^lous than others ommited.
Iattribute these remarkable propos^^itions of yours to your recent arrival in^nnd non-acquaintance with the Terri^^tory you aspire to represent in Congress.
Itwould be gratifying to me to spend^so much time as you propose with the^good people of Deer Lodge county, but^in justice to other localities, I cannot do^so, and 1 respectfully request you to^withdraw so much of your communi^^cation as seeks to fix the times and^places of the meeting for the discussions^you propose.
Iremain verv respecttullv, vour friend.
ToHon. .1. M. ( AVANAl'GII.^OI'TOFTHEIU OWN HOI TH^.
Athis (Cnvanangh's) written request we^etrhined our conscience to its utmost forbear^^ance to puff his speech before the Supreme^Court, in the Foster case, which was regarded^by both Judges, bar and bystanders as the^weakest effort ever made in that Court. * ^^We can assure Mr. Cnvannugh that he wholly^nii-t ik^.^ the hi:rh tuned sentiment of the peo^^ple of Montana if he imagine** for a moment^that iudul^erce in blackguardism towxrds an^opponent will insure their support. ^ * *^We know that J. M. Cavaninjgh did run as an^independent candidate for Congress in 1866,^and that his vote added to tbat of the regular^Democratic candidate would have alected him.^* ^ * Cavanaugh stated that ^he ranted^no nomination from the Democrats, that he^had been endeavoring for eighteen months to^spew up all the Democracy in him.^ * ^ *^Again, in all we have heard from gentlemen iu^Montana, who knew Cavanaugh in Colorado,^the opinion generally entertained in regard to^him was that he was wholly unreliable as a^politician, and that no confidence in that re^^spect could be reposed in anything be said.^It has afforded us no pleasure to go into this^expose of any one claiming to act with the^partv to which we belong.^[Democrat, Feb.^2s. iS67.^_
DtlW(T CoUItT.^The following cases were disposed of on last^Friday:
territoryvs. John E. Bull^the jury in thia^case could not agree, standing nine for acquit^^tal and three for conviction. Rock Drolette^became a naturalized citizen of the United^Mutes. Territory of Montana vs. Jas. Rob-^the following is the sentence of the
TheGraia Prospects^Drouth and Frost^Indi^^ans Demoralized^Political.
EoitouPost :^Little jof interest has^transpired since my last, if I except the^departure of the crickets and grasshop^^pers from the two valleys. From the^most reliable information I can get, these^pests have done but little damage. Our^farmers think they will have a two-third^crop, while a month back they expected^none. These valleys are suffering much^for want of rain, of which we have had^none of late. Some fields of grain are^entirely ruined by the drought,and are be^^ing cut for hay. We have had one or^two severe frosts within the last two^weeks, doing considerable damage to^grain and other crops. So far this sea^^son the weather has been nnusually cool,^with dry winds. There is now a pros^^pect of a change.
Thecitizens of Bitter Koot Valley are^suffering considerable loss by roving^bands of Snake and Bitnnack Indians^stealing their horses. The Indians art;^very bold in their o|^eratiou^. coming in^mid-day into the most thickly settled^portion of the valley aud driving off^whole bands. I am informed that the^mountains east ot Fort Owen are full ot^these thieving bands. It is thought^that some of the young Flatheads are^with them.
OurIndian affairs are in a deplorable^condition, and getting worse every day.
Oneday last week two Flathead Indi^^ans went to the house of a Mr. Marsli.tl!.^who resides about four miles t ust of this,^nnd demanded some muck a-muck. Mr.^Marshal being absent. Mrs. Marshal gave^ikm about one half she had cooked, i^Tin v demanded more, and drew a large |^knife on Mrs. M. She became much^frightened and gave them the balance,^when they left. This is not the only in^^stance of their threatening of late. M^;^t^of these Indians appear very sullen,^and are growing bolder every day. Mat^^ters at the Agency are in a most beauti^^ful btate of confusion. The General Su^^perintendent and physician have left,^having had enough of it. They repre^^sent the place to be n perfect Babel ; that^the buildings are fast going to destruc^^tion : that the principal crop will be al^^most entirely lost for want of proper at^^tention, and the Indians are very much^dissatisfied.
Asyet but little interest is manifested^in political matters. The Union Con^^vention will meet at Hell Gate on the^27th inst.. to elect delegates to the Ter^^ritorial Convention and nominate a full^county ticket.
TheExecution of Vla.vlmlllau.
Acorrespondent of the World furnish^^es the details of the execution of Maxi-^miiian and his (ien^'ral8. We have room^only for the closing paragraph.- of the^thrilling recital including the last speech^of tha^ murdered Prince :
I*diaclaimsaid Maximilian, as the^crowd became hushed to hear, ^any in^^tention or wish to aggrandize myself at^the ex]^ense of Mexico. When I was^waited ujkhi at Miramer by the deputa^^tion prepared to offer me the crown. Ire-^fused. The proposition was pressed up^^on me. I replied that if a majority of the^Mexican people decided that it was for^the interest of the country. I should not^feel at liberty to refuse. A testimonial^to the last effect was brought n^ by an^^other deputation. The EuropJRt gov^^ernments advised that I should accept.^Believing that I was then really furnish^ed with the wish ot the Mexican people,^I came. I pursued thn course that I be^^lieved to be the best. Whatever decrees^I have issued were issued as a warning,^and under a mistaken impression of the^real sentiments ot a majority of the peo^^ple, rather than from a despotic or selfish^motive. I have been tried by an incom^^petent and illegal court: my protest has^been of no avail. I have a right to de^^mand, and still demand a more deliberate^hearing.
Nothingwas said in reply. Maximil^^ian evidently expected nothing. He^stood in a firm, yet graceful attitude,^until Mirumon had finished speaking.
Theguard was drawn up. Mejia gaz^^ed curiously,Miramon with a grim smile,^and Maximilian with no particular ex^^pression, while this movement was in^progress. Then Maximilian beckoned^to the sergeant, who went forward and^stood for a moment facing the Emperor.^The latter drew a handful of Mexican^golden ounces, or s-ixteen dollar pieces,^from his pocket, and placed them in the^sergeant'i hand.
Iask one favor. Please tell your men^to aim at my heart. Divide this among^them after I am dt ad. Adio*/ Take^good aim.
Thesergeant returned, and took his^position on the right, of the firing squad.^He glanced at Escobedo, and received^his answer in asligut nod and significant^expression.
Themurmur of pity in the multitude^without the military liues, almost broke
intoshouts of protestation. The officers
arefresh all about there. A party of miners Court in the above case : ^James Robinson^^are now at the South Pass mines. N amber The Grand Jury found an indictment against
notknown.! you for the murder of John Peterson, in this | b^ed their swords, the soldiers fumbled
MaladCitt,Angust 9.^P. W. McManus. ^county; and the petit jury found you guilty of at their muskets, and frowned it down^recently from Salmon river and a member of t murder in the second degree; I now inquire^**^A Uispatch from Athens ; the laat Montana Legislature, accidentally j whether you have any legal excuse to offer]
ij1^ ^C6^ T*' ^ Greek^ h^T* u*- I shot himself with his own revolver, at Marth ; why judgment should not now be pronounced,^leated the lurks in Crete in several recent en- Valley station, eighteen miles north of here, I (The prisoner here answered that he had not.)
gagement*.The same dispatch mentions the^departure of the French squadron for Candia,^for the purpose of bringing back the Greek^refugees.
Atthe Goodwood races to-day, for the^Richmond plate, the horses came in in the^following order: Camelia, Lord Ronald,^Amanda.
Adolsta.Ga., August 1.^Rx-Govem.tr^Crown is publishing a series of letters in ad^^vocacy of reooii.-tructiou under the military^bill.
onthe eveninr of August 6th. inflicting a I None being offered, the sentence of this Court
fatalwound in his right side, the ball passing^through the longs. He died from the effects^of it at 4 o'clock yesterday evening. Mr.^McManus was in the stage coach at the time,^en route for Salt Lake City. The coach hav^^ing stopped to change teams, he endeavored to
is,tbat you, James Robinson, having been^duly convicted before this Court of murder in^the second degree, that you suffer imprison^^ment in the county jail within and forEdger-^ton county, (that being a territorial prison^until otherwise provided), and there kept at
Warblnuton,August 2.^The statistics of^wheat crop retains, received at the agricultu-^tural department shows half a bushel of an in^^crease for each inhabitant, more than during^the year 1365.
getsome sleep, ami by some means bis revolver ; hard labor for the period of ten years: and^dropped out of its scabbard just as he was, the Sheriff of this county will see this sentence^lying down, and was discharged, causing the ' carried into effect. L. ^. Mrssox, Judge,^fatal accident.The prisoner's counsel excepted to the hard
laborclause in the sentence, on the ground^thot there was no statutory provision in refer^^ence to it, and the Court took the matter un-
2(w York. August 3^says : A telegram from Heart's Content, da^ted the 26tb, reports the cable had failed that^afternoon^it is thought about 50 miles from^Heart's Content. The chairman of the tele^^graph company says tbe breakage occurred at^a very moderate depth of water. The injury^will be repaired with great facility, as in the^case of tbe recent accident to tbe shore end^of the amecable in 1M^.
Popci.atioxor thk (ij.or.i-.-Accord^ing to the calculations of the two eele- 1 der consideration,^brated Uermaa geographers, Behm and j^Hubuer. the population of our globe'^. .... . I amounts to something more than thir-
,..^1't^.patJ^h ! teen hundred milltons, distributed as^follows:
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Tvi-ix.iiAi'HiCAL.A western paper^lately published an address by one Brown^and in its next issue made the following^correction : ^ For ' dum swizzle ^ please^read ' prominence.' ^ This was bad^enough, but the next week the same^paper has the following : ^ In an adver^^tisement which appeared in our last, for^' Humbleton's storm-destroying, porrin^^gers.' read 1 Hamilton's worm-destroying^lozenges.'
The^t illness then became oppressive.
Vivala Mexico !^' in a suppressed cry^from Miramon.
Carlotta! Carlotta!^ This word^twice spoken in a thoughtful, tender^tone, this was the last that ever passed^the lips of the Archduke of Austria.
Theiieis a George McClellan, a good^Republican by the way, who keeps a^hotel at Gettysburg. Pa., and it is said^that the coincidence of his name with^that of the General who once command^^ed the army of the Potomac has led many^F.nglish tourists to write home that ^the^ingratitude of the Republic has doomed^its chieftan to keep a village tavern on^the very field of his fame.
ANov^r, Combination.^The New^York BurmA places in the same category^Garibaldi, Victor Hugo, and George^Francis Train, and pleasantly recom^^mends that they be put in an old soap^boiler ^ and simmer away together un^^til nothing is left ot* them but a grease^^pot.^'
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