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Ibe ftD er tiser.
EDGEFIELD C. 11.
TnutsDAY. JUr 19, 18:38.
To CO iRsPONDENTS.-The aIcceInn of
the 4th of July Celebratiou nea'r Green
wood, was received too I.tte for insertionl
this week. We owe an apology to Capt.
Parker. His Communication will be pub
lished in our next.
We commence the publication of the late
Speech of our Congressional lRepresentn:
tive, and ask r' it a careful and attentive
perusal. It gives us pleasure to annoutce
his safe return to his residence near this
We omitted to mention in our last, that
the three Regiments of Infantry of this Dis
-trict, and the Regiment of Cavalry from
Edgefield and Abbeville, paraded, in ohe
-dience to orders, for Drill and inspection.
His Excellency the Governor, and Adjutant
Gen. Jones, were present. It affords us
pleasure to say from all that we have heard,
that the several Regiments acquitted them
As unpatriotic as it may seem, we must
:make the honest confession, that of late
.years we have been so little in the habit
habit of attending 4th of July celebrations,
-that we omitted to stiate the fict, that ite
National Anniversary was greeted at this
' place, by a most appropriate and eloquent
Oration from Mr. Arthur Simkins and a
first rate Pic-Nic Dinner.
We have received the painlful intelligence
of the death of Col. Andrew Pickens, one
of the former Governors of this State. Not
long since he purchased a planitation in Mis
sissippi, and was residing near it in the
house of a relative at the tinme olfhis death.
In taking his usual ride of a few miles, he
was attacked with Paralysis, and when lie
reached his residence was in a hopeless con
.dition. lie lingered until the 5th day, and
CoNoRss-The last moment-another
bloodyjight" between two lon. Members.
--The last hours of the Session were spent
.in vain efforts to enforce the attendance of
Members. The Sergeanti-at-Arms seems
to have had a most busy time of it. All
-wasconfnsion. Among others, Mr. Muary
.of Teiiessee was dragged to the lonse
and in the excitement of the- occasion got
into a difficulty with his Colleague Mr.
Campbell, and was severely bruised and
fbeaten by him. - Well! this will do pretty
-well fi)r one Session. Three fist fights and
-one man killed off most honorably. Already
tim Peas bave begun to boat of pugilistic
prowess. Campbell is described as a young
-man of powerful boue and tmuscle, and able
to whip any one upon the floor. His fight
with Maury is pronounced by good judges
to be the best which has been made in the
Hall for some time. Maury is said to be
good pluck but under size.
The Act for Rebuilding the City of
CJharleston.--We proceed this week to de
fend particuilarly thig measure of the late
Extra Session. The Governor is athtoriz
-ed and directed, in the name or the State,
to issue Bonds or othier contracts to be
countersigned by the Comp ~troller Gcneral,
not excee,ding two millions of dollars, otie
muillion payable in 20 years, the other nmil
lion payable itn 30 years, for the purpose of
procuring a loan, for rebuildinig that pior
ti of Charleston now in ruins. By the
3rd Sec. of the Act, the nmonecy whten re
alized becomes part of the Cnpital of the
Bank of the State of South Carolina. It
wvas generally' understood in Columbia, that
-- he motiey -:ould be procured at a rate of
intcrest not exceeding 3 pe~r cent, and of
this we presume, there is no reasonable
.douibt. it is not ulikely that it may be
-obtained even on better terms. It is a fact
not known to all of our readers, that a loani
upon a long eredit, can be negociated at a
lower rate of interest than upon a shtort
credit. Tp borrow on a credit of ten and
-twenty years, would cost more thtan up
-on twenty and thirty. It was for this
reason that the L egislature adopted the
longer period. The reader will bear in
rnind that the capital of the Blank of the
State .has receivedl an actual increase of
two millions of dollars. About this there
is no mistake. It is a leading feature of
the measure, and without it we believe
that it would not have commded a ma
jority of the Legislatture. It was not piart
of the original Bill, but was engrafted tip
on it againist the wisher of the nmembers
from Charleaton. We knoto the fact that
the opponents of this feature of the Bill.
never abanadoned their ground until it wvas
believed that fuirther opposition wouild en
.danger the success of any measure of relief.
Let uis see now how the interests of thet
People have been protected. Exchanage
upon Europe is now worth abentt 10 per
cent premium. Say that the nmonev will
be hiorrowed at 3 per cent, and S140,000
will be the profit of the' Bank uipon Ex..
change alonie. Tho Bank will loan to suach
applicants as will rebuild, tco millions, if
so much be required ; but this will be done
only upon certain safe conditiotns, which
we will mention honfnc.. The ...iole
annount of tile loan becoming a part of its
Capital, it is to be presumed that it will be
used like all other Bank Capital, and that
the i6-ues upon it will, in a row years, a
mount to 4-6 millions. What will be the
efect o! this? No one will venture the
opinion that the experienced and able get
tieman at the head of that Institution, will
not realize the usual Bink profits It is
not the nature of Banks to tnake nothing,
and the success of the Bank of the State
proves its ability to manage its own con
cerns profitably. It requires no depth of
reflection to conceive of the probable a
niount of profits of a Bank whibc horrowq
two millions of dollars at 3 per cet, nod
issues from four to six millions. It is a very
plain proposition, and at an ordinary rate
of profit it will nearly, if not quite, extin
guish the debt of two millions in 20 and 30
years. With all the opposition to the bank
ing system, who of us will object to al in
ercase of tie Capital of the State Bank !
Who are the Stockholders? Every tax
payer in the State and none other. The
profits of this Institution belong alone to the
People, and they serve but tite ptrpose of
relieving thetn of the hurthen of taxation.
Every dollar made by the Batik, is a dollar
saved to the People.
It is the part of wisdom for our Legisla
ture to anke the Currency of the btate as
safe and table as possible. How can this
be better dune, than by increasing the(- Capi
tal of the Batik of the State to such an ex
tent as to gii e it a commanding iifluence
over the circulation ! % e hesitate not to
say, that we would prelcr that our o% n1
Bank should furnish the entire paper tme
diuma to our citizens. The eilect would be,
that ;Ae. cutrrency of' tle State wsotuld lie
placed beyond tile reach of cOntmagemcy,
that the il'eopl's Bank would have a itno
nopoly ot all the l-ank prolits, and that the
cttizetns ot the State would in it short lane
lie relieved entirely of taxation. We could
say much more uponl this point, but our ob
ject is to be as briel as possible. The citi
zens of Edgelirld will see, that thus far,
"their tiotuied interests i.ave beenl constulted,
and protCectd not only against injir). but
advatuced and promloted."9
Amid now we will turn to the other bra (It
of the subject. Is it a-fact that this great
end of which we have been speaking, has
been defeated by the liberality of the Legis
lature to the People of' Charleston! Let
as look at it for a moient. The President
ani Directors of the Baiua are anthorized to
otan t) such alalticauts -is will rebuild that
portion 1 the City which was consutnet.
by the late fire, upon the following termts
iad condiujotis: The plan atid esciniateld
cost of' tie building proposed to be erected
and an abstract ofIhe title to the Lot, are to
ba sot forth in the aplpheanon to the Bank;
te Lot is to be valued by five Coin iission
City Coumiil,0:nad a flth to be chostu by
the other hour. The loney is made paya
ble in tt't annual instuhnitenut, and is sectred
6&; bond and mortgoge of the pre mists, the
ftora and unature of w hich, are preserited hby
the Bank, under the adhvice a ! direction
of the Atton'iey Gt ueral. ' Ac buildlngs
to be~ er'ected, are to iuc of' brick or stonte; the
property as to be insured aind the (City Coun
cil of C'harlestun guarantees LtheStae uguinst
%n e have only hinted at the very full and
ainale provisionisofthec Act, but the sincere
inultairer aftecr truth, wvill, we thitnk, perceive
the ast perfect security agaainsa danger
and loss- It would be a trespass utpon the
reader, to Constutte any nar titine upetn a
matter so plaitn atnd obvious. W e will ottly
remtar'k int addition,. that the profits arisint'
out of thie addihtiinal capital ar'e solenntaly
paledged and set apart for the i'aymnt of
the nterest on the sail loan, tanda the fina
r'edetmption thereol'; andi as a furthert pro
visioni for the paymtent, it is euaeted that
whetn the profits of the Bank shall havse re
dleamed certain stocks fair which the~y tare
paledlged, thle said profihts shaIll also b~e con.
sidlered solemnly set alpart fojr the paytiment of
And nowy we close, and we trust forever.
Iti iswithi inide 'se express the cotnfidet
opinant, that lie otppostion to this tmeasure
is coinfined to hu t less among uts. Pe w how'
ever as ti iy are, we are storry for it; anid if
our imp~ereet def'etnce ns ill have the elleet of
reclaimtingq these "'froim lie error of' their'
wiays," it will be to us a source of reah
The Peoples' Press, of A ugu.sta.-T his
Paper is devoted to tihe stapport ol that great
paritneipha of the Union, (the separation of
the Governiment tromt the IBanks,) and I
cordially recomntacd it to the suppalort of
the Public. To such as tare dlesirous to
patronize at Paper outi of the State, I ay
that they 'alnotifind soutnder doctrine, inore
zeal, ad better feeling f'or Carolina
Su a-TRhE~isu ar.
Ship1 Julia.-ily an tarrival at ChIarleston
we learna that a les~hi p Julfia,. of Philadaelphia,
was struck by lightning in the Gu l ale
troyedl by fire. Shea was from ttihaaonile
boaund to Liverpo~ol, atnd hada oat boaardl I l00
bales of c'ottnn. Then c'rew, atller uising eve.
iy exertion to e'xtinutish thaj flaites, took~ to
theit' bonts, atid tarrivedl at Key West oan that
26th nIt. Shte was hiallena in with allerwvardls
by one of the wreckinig vessels off' the lFlor'i
dan Iteef antd scuttled in order to extananish
the flames. A bout 65' bales of cot tn ffaant
e'd frotnt her, was picked up, carried into
Aey WVest and 591d-- Aaz~.,,. Gma:i
From the Augusta Constitutionalist July 12.
We reeived tno exjres slips yesterday by
either nortisern or western maildila. -A -lip|
of the Journal of Commerace of the 7th in.t.
stated 2 P. M., camne directel to the Peo
ple's Pre., but it cotntamis nothing ne%.
ilhe saaIeCS of cotIon fr tie week are put
don i at 2,500 bales, at steady prices
whole runf IIl sale-, 94 a 14 ets. Sales of
U. Baank Stock at 120, 120j, 121.
%e also extract the following inl relation
to Phia elphia Banks:
A tieutmig of the Philadelphia Banks
WaS luica on Thursday evening. to iear tie
reipoi of the comta teauce to wh 1o1m the sub
jet t,! fixtiog a day fir time resumption of
spe )e pa:inents, hadl been referred at a
pre,#uous umeeting. 'Tlhe result is stated tam
a letter below. The same facts are coa
suantedl am tmaany other letters. Mr. Bid
die, it semams, though hiamself determined on
non-resum tn, alils lost time majority, and
out toa Iorttteenm hianks im all, is broughi auto
a iatmnority of tour. To all these banks fin
time .%regatte, ite La. 6. B5ank, in tie mnaoith
of A pi ml lasit. atod indebted Sj,0b6,ou0t
and there ts a good reason to believe miat
the amontt has not smmee been lesseic.
% hat the great Regmlator will do tn its new
Isusmltaon, remtt1aa1s tim be seenl. Tie Plmila
ltipia t i nens iapers mnake no announee
tttemt 01'0 le reuti ot thme meetmig, although
fhe) anntmonaeed its am1pproach, and cannotaut
lie inorant. or forgellut, of the deep fmier
est wIlent as belt by time whmole c'atnntry it
such niew% S. %%e t prophecy that Paladel
phiaa nalt t a specte-paying Caty before
10t1g: ant wium will be iae stIadanag %Ii anfy
1a1rteimu a n mat tltiot. ne atre not certain.
I fiv d) mnt (if ami-reauamption drawa near
to its emu. P1iahm ililtlain 14u.0s ate onme p r
Lxtraca oJ a klter, iatul Philadelphia, July tith.
Atat hitm a lm mncting inat atight. the Cot -
ulliter, recosttnLtil lie 1st tt Augutt ior
reaaptit. A tie 12ank ta United btates,
altmi% t Vem.,y t1vama, luank ol N. A meri
CH, aitt "CIn Ikail bank voled against it
A itiormty ol numbers, though a aajority
PuitLADaELPnA, July 5.
Latrst from atit os .-gres uand motrvi
(ii 0-- A int' ltp Iatoke:, tCapt. l ai r, ar
imve ait tas it rt ott I uesotay, iin tie oiort
;i.m . *,m a i.ays I n411 Aloliaevileo. 1% e
laa e - t .avort'ca ty Mr. Collee, of'the Ex.
cialt.e, wit I a ile of time British Packet to
M ay ft, troit$ waich time lowing extracts
Bu1:Nos AYRES, IayN 12.
. ilockade has becotme quite lashional-le
itt S. Atrrcat; tihe French .are lilock.adinma;
mataip- A3 s, the t ii ans the 1-orts of
Peru, aatl. Gem. :anIta Cruz ham. ordaineil
im aiaallar oper atinm as it regards Valp.ardmm.
intaae place ol the itr'ah Augus t next . this
last as tame atmost ltmu lar of all. It is like
the apavocali slute of (1t v.itches to
All il. Blockade! that salmah be herealker."
It n asuil seesm fmimma the tones of these
juuals v Colutmbia. New Genala uad
fle Ecnlador, abaut sboamemiatig is tiren ing in
those heipublies against Gen. Santa CUtmz.
'ley call htamt a mniserable obscure tyrant,
I-m i I nomthmralan a rsrna-xr e
tn1i) foareigmers unacquainted with the man
svmIpaatlhize n min him.
t e hear that tlire are Oncountts ialtw a1
from Chilt to 201h tilt., and i that an expedi
atin (.1id troops 1500t mien.) sailed firom
Viilarasiso ot Ibtlh cal., to act ott sIle part
II tic Peruvian territoiry. Otmr' private let.
lts d a Iti 9a am tilt., mIaere'ly iemiaaoned the
embtsaa katio temtf te t. nop; cane of' said let
tcers saty :--1 ruast inac, Samta a'trnz is taot som
imgh man thte stasrrups as yoau are led mo be
.w-(a'.I-:ANic, Junae 25.
Lutesi fromn Te'as-At a late htoumr last
evemniang, ah la' teattm sip Cutbaa, C.aplt Cara
sona, aarrivedl, hmaving? left Velasac am 6 o'clock
cut tte evening cot thet tst inist.
In cons~'aeuence ol ime laineness of tihe totar,
nt e did ntor get ouar flilts of' palpet's. Wet care
mtdc'tted ti catn tat time passentgers foar a caopy
ci! t he Iliotan Ciilan, uf mime 2dih mlt.
whtieba howeve~r conltaitns into nows of im suitr
'1 he Civi lian is p'rincipally takent ny~ withm
articles tadvoatie he- e t'ilaimts of Ccii. Utrav
snfair almae Praldencatty. 'rThe Cmadiia'e,
tare atliaata annoneed in time paper's, asa folloaw':
I'tr Presidenat, (aml. Peter WV. Gr'am'vaon,
t4. M~A. P. La~amatm,-Col. Robatert WtVilemona
am an.1 iga' Coalintgsworath. lFor Viee Piraesi
I dleat, .itnadge 1). ti. Bmrnett, Co~ul. A. C.
Ilrtin, amai .aosephl Row ue. wVe item ca'iv
thm am Antgnints I. ''Tompkints, Esqj. hmavina
bieen ntontted macl ir Coangra'ss, frotmttham
m'risug Ilie'trica, hams dheclined.
he Cua broughat ty about 50 piassen-.
W tme hmea rd it tmetionedl yesterday. thtat
whena'm the ane ws of' lime dlesteioan uft the' Pca
lamsk4i fir'.t retiate Newi Ytork, anmd it wams
haeia'ved, thlat t taa baiarl hmada pierishedl mime
bt airomf otne tittthe ildies whoa ita was knowin a
eeclded immaae'alatealy tom halti matre, ' whecre
lie arriv 'ed wtvmht he ia'tring~ furth1er froma tihe
Iw rtee. On m eterinme ath puliic houatsc, lie
inaqumimed tab thet l~maalr whther lie hmada re
ceavedm anmy futh'ier inteclligenace ftromm Ihae
"ioe, ws time lanswer.
"'V tam-e tont savei.d"'
'-Nne it is be-eed baut the 16 first ant
"130 yout kntow their natmes?"
"Ilm mdo n 'otaemaame tall, bumt the first was~
Mrs. - . Site and tha' others amre safea
Thie ianquirerm fainteda, it was his damughter.
A mon~ lihe a(Triemnnmm inaciadett connteetced
wtiaih ihssaa' .' -i 'h.. Paubaski, we' tml it st~a
teal tiy Capat. icotks, of t hec scehr. P'loumghboy
tof IHstont thiatt havttintt n 'th iiivena t ithe
Stham iem during a gatic, oat time 2tithm of Junes'
lhe felhl in wmta time wreekc, tand sawu a aday
lauantne in I a tator, bumat was uable tcosatve
hier, owmvitomu te vitolencae of' ahe ind anad
tihe roniiehne aif the sema. What mutlst hmave.
berenthela feaelinmgs of every huanm heatrt
thus ts behiaall a helpaless fematle taaseda oan
time hailkan a f thec deep, aand hurriedl toa eer
ltin -lathi withtout thme possibility of ali~ird
From dha iLsciaesa (Ala.) Int'ligener.
MR. JUSTICE M'KINLEY.
A corresp9 dent has communicated ror
publication tile follwing noticee or iii"
Judge, wlose letraorliiary deiions on th
r'ight or cirpormionss we lave hereofuro
commented on :
"Justice McKinley of the Supretne Court
of tle United Stames, is 58 years or iee., ie
ntive of Virginia--taken in early lit i,,
Keniucky--irst learne, the trade oi' a caer
penter-at the age or 25 or 26 began the
study of law,- and prosected it in the ter
ire of John Rowan, Franlfort. lie met
with rather imdifi'rent success in the prae
tice for several- years, beinerj by ie) teims a
lent or attractive spe;ker. Yet lie was
even th.-n, I think, looked on as rmher nu
ingenious (or Sore properly a "cuic") law
yer. tie remoived to Lexin. ton not loll#
before tihe bunking manin seized tihe peiplile
il Keniucky in 1816 or 1817; and advanced
ilhere- Cimcuierably in his piofesion. Ile
KI looked on as an iroit lawyer, in tie
tronties andl enharrasmenIe that tIe iank
mn, system. as it was extenled in Koen nekv. l
t as supposed to have brought oe tihe peo
pli'e et Lemmcgton.
Up teo thi', lime he was every where
known as a Federalist in his polities, and
every where represe nied as a consistent one.
At a 4th July diinner, he gave a iomst thst
reflected on ''hos Jefferson. It prodeced
a quarrel -between hime and tihe Jhlinton
faittly-also a personul renconiler--and
itt fiat a challen , !!e 'by lits tie Col. R. 3I.
Johnson. Jolhlno was mppos-d to hm-e
elli out of the titter rather shabbily.
Simere wats no fighting.
Mr. McKinley remeoveI to Alhmai in
1818-hecame a land mispecuiatior, plmser,
ec. lie also praticed n ih : ingha repnt
tatmmtm. Although in liemnemky iet' tiaed
been a narn ftrienmd lohn Ppiie, ml ail
nay, opposed tile edvaeenseet e lisesry
Clay.) et. in Aiabama, tite lneen mceit the,. poite
icaI raen-td of the latter, when ii ie he
uitee a ceancideate 1om' the Pese'ideC:3 . le
ring, Mr. Adms' aeimmisrimion, l ien et
na %s thonghit pmhmable tii, tihe Juiciary
bsystone would he extendeed. Mr. Mlc. matie
apliica1 t iOn thilrOugh Mr. Clay, prospe ctirc
fy, t11r tho appoiiitmIll ie Iow)% hmllits. Tll.
.in iciary system, howvever, waws nl extenid
ed to the oe Sites. Not very loing ait
terwards, Mr. McK. became sudelenil a
veietment Jackson m-was eleiel tO tie'
benmate of tie sited States lie was see
ierceeded by Gabriel Moore. IlIe was tihees
iectdti to-the Iiouse of lepret, uItative, Ie
thie D-i-trict where lie lit di-ii-anm la ly :a)
jiesed by Geniera Juckon to his presme
lie is not witthout ingetitmity--hnt lie- is
amoudity and oeuscre. lie is bil cten ina.im
ierent scholar. lils ge-ieral remeling ss ver
hiunted, as well ias Iis h nl aetiitaeS.-L
is: vueait unsiumnled. IlII desire, eel
coirse toe Utilsi. it isis leniself his beer ;I [
n ays great. To tll, end he n ill esponllse
may opinion that loeiks like gratilyin im,
and winch lie can haite tle credie ot eri.j
nialeg. 'It %mas a diisrvtvry ol ti, a
a.. It noihonesi. that n% b ieiever ma Territory
of time Uthted States beeame it Seme, unei
was amedeueticI ti ith e 4 jien, Ihmat it %,..e,
a virehuai'einquishlsmeni en tle- mti el i ie
U. Statei, of all tier lands withim tl, aidi
Th late opinion lie hus givem at Moile
Ims reaia "1.to time iscapaetity of corporations
exisitng ther Stales to sue oin contracts
not surprise time its the le'a,t. It is just like
him. If isuch a foily Could lie siSsiaiteed by
tihe Supreme Cour of tIe Unitei Soanes.
lee wouk be exalted in hii own opimiiusm
above aclijmdicial rivalry.
If you have aiy use fir these fcts, voni
may use them aes youar cca,ionr ' m ay rsa 'e uie
Thk'ey may be tAmlly r _eed n. 'lhe i C
it'en by emce wh li h sas knowni i Judtege' Al
Atiuley for moiere ieta therty y'ers ; wiat
ien-, sat peersosl l alld teo hism, hmei tie
timeems tht lhe canc fermm ac proper esti nmate
oi heis chasmracter.
Charles Mathewe,, time sion, by the foallow..
icig ti-utm the Lutodu Spectati or,'weiuldl see'sm
qjmtse equal it nlet aceuperiore teo is tineier.
it e shalml sooni havm e ans oppos~rtucreety tise siude
time wvater to jnedge for oturselves:
"Chiare'es Masthmews, beforsie equi tt ing F'~ne
imand iior Amnericae liai beent giviang a l'resh,
tte al h1 is gnablyti aes am minee. lemma .eigi
he ei, amid a liiter'ativ'e vehIir le fori pserseonili
cmtein, caliled'c Potter Lersuts ChImlLer, hec l'ir.i
acepisars tas mea eee hu dinaaios coinmin, ti nee,
'1ytter"' is e te' n:etIjanm' shiower eof in eer.h
is.lehug thri~ e esd laest, mandl drowein msg mill othe'
specech; andme then steucces ively nonm ee time
chtaraicter- cml a ierman cmmey len:f, a~ .m
hnrmeber and a seettleiment genttlcet:cr," wuishn~
coled imm time headee got ini -serel.acdil lhv imeoon-i
aigi," c-eah ' f whoem hams time same xiexhan
flies i oo~lible llTeins t:a meaneoon.,matee
cueo me-i eaess cofthle transrm~'a mt iemc,-whlis-h'
are ell'ecd ien the tisce of' the- adi'ie'ce, ated
byv the lh.:;hsct amiits-esa ma f Iisl .,ici"
muleets-personamml mitttetmr1,iee es: time voice,
thme maeismer', anse- fiue mere't- chn --
i he rmapinmy and icltinee'tnstcs cof hmis er
meece thmrotghaouc thClie mtee'sson Cit liaiteje
tcge-ialogae it cannomit lie c'hled, lfer es
erie else htas a ebmauge eof gaet incg smmmwe en-m
unin ja Iwo) o? three ''pamter" soeea., as --m-bi
ais eily to he ri valledi by time motest e'xper
ty o~f thle itsineetic' ars-tt eerly requjeire the
meitlleowntess metnd mu- that tism ,. ee'm u In pre-e
'ice will emetuee tee give l'eel flmta' tim the
fru'tits ofi arm inmnamt talenet, mad rcieder lie
'teiun woirthiy ee'f ihe stocek. mW'e~ lerae mtacle
tam time eldet' Mmeth,-weescanly iin tei'e deac ee
amiteic. bet he was seore thanet tht-t-hm: einh
personato ementaml chammrmcter."
Newv Ycork usi te 4th imast. wa'ms v'isei-ed
n ithi iall sorts cef a rowt. tciii onmenced icn
time pamrt of' somei Iraishmen'i whloe tell ira n-r
two sashiers andii bemat t hemia anlmiost tim edemh.
Tme anoise bt'eneiht a nomeee'r eef nomirie A -
iesericantss to the aessistant'e of the' .-.mtlorm,, anel
line s.heoets cmf time irimh esoon bcroiuht ate ini
creeasesel ntmbder cif the'irm ceocamrrv-maen. Th'i
insaem coiiinenrc'd'bo -lcee 'A .me''k ma ti. 'I
it is suaipposedl S.ikh) iiersons wvere emageed
mi thuoseafilo. With thle aimiee sat':hat
-20nt) wamtchlmen' time pieee got time rem' , ii'iede
aseout 6 c'clock- it wats repoede ibm:tn imn'e
emeni were killed,. mind a gremat uncees ber cit
both sdes were seriousaly injuredi. Sesver'mi
amf sthe poliee ofliers.. also received euchef iii
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