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IIAFi3flML & DUO'S,
llWtrt Tlftb "Street, jClppiBwati,
lilVMViNTER CHESS GOODS,
' iiOl jWrN mI cp far eifc;
iplendid urtmht of
CWffM, Oil CLOTHS,
-4 ivflUGr3, MATS, Ac,
W' (tiy Vill Mil chper thn ny ether
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LeUevar; n exll t Mam4LL t,
HfilWol fifth StrMt, between Vfvluut
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TUB" Wriber would respectfully cull
Vi fcttontioti of the public to their lsrgf
Mll-i1ettd Sltx k -of I'ari.hi. Cook,
44 Hor Stavev The celebrated Cook
Stort Ut4 the : '
tM tbiit eoet be eurpmd by any
thrHrt the Wet. Uh the largest fluen,
the 1ret own, aA beavient plate ol but
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Kteie called th
Ea riii'cl for iteelfa repatatioj ttotqnat-
Th "Parlor Cook" i a new and beautiful
iwttt'iiilt V ha a complete' Cot k and
ParhrSUfrf ' .
. TIN WAEE
fall klU'i iiualir kept in a Tin-Shop.
B O O IP TTS O ,
p4 wpmm ehert notice, 'nd warranted to
"io e gie eatiifactioa to alL
.itli ofdr for Impairing promptl;
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KSTVOIBS & CAMPBKLL.
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Carriage & Buggy
, MANOMcjORY. '
CWry St Jxtmen; Main ft. Somen
Ei-t i'N, 'oiiib:
HlfTNP r'etd a new and commodi
lasSlrBiri'is nw prepared to execute
ail work) a11ie, that msy be entrusted
to hi card' Af Good Stock of finished
wetk.eeasiUing'ef ' l
ays'is'haad, and old at low uric, for
ilk SaJ i- If-' . ' '
poefal ifteattoa paid to the
e rspectfully invite all to call
aad esaiaipe his stock ;oo hssd, and be saris-
fead tht k will gir them good bargain.
Jt'M f'ti il
i?ropr le i orHi ,
MejrtaSaroa St; between Main '1
8ulriDe lot rle i'lesi.' '- '
NORDYkt; 4, JOHNSON,--v
Furnaces & Stoves,
! . axb MxKcraoteasM of t .
; Tia. Copper, and Sheet Iron, Waro,
:iY ST J VB STORE,.,.No ,.7.7i Maw St.
Richmond. Indiana ' '
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Job Work done by Experienced Workmen-
ttCoof. rr!or. ( litul I Hi ciiiti.
Angimt 13, 188S 5m. . ,
, A rompound nmedy, derignM to the rnirt
efftxtuai Alitrativt flat ran bo mad. It'ia
concentrated extract of Para Saruaarilla,
' ear combined with other tubuncet of ttiU
greater alterative pewer an te afford an eft",,
tire intidoto for the diwaxe ftarnapariUa 1
reputed to cure. It u bliTed that rack a
remedy is wanted by thoe vho suffur from
Strumous complaint, and that cue ti'.h will
accom)Uh their cure mut prove of irnmmte
ervice to tliu lareclawof ourafHictrd fclWir.
citueni, How complctuly thi compound will
do it has been pror-m hy experiment on many
of the wornt ram to bit fouud of the followbig
complaint : .... . ; f
8uKorut.a ani ScitorULiiiM On .y't.Anrrt,
Xuui'TiiiN Ann kuurriva Dikkaxki, Ulct.bs
PlUHIIfd Ilinn.HUJ 'I'llUUH. U.Vt Dl.U.'U
8i.Ai.u Ukm., .Svpiiii.14 anii SvniiMTio Ar'.
ectii.mh, MiiHuiiiii.i.Diti!AK, UuMMr.Nin-.
AMIIA UH IV tlllllrflUHCUA, &SI.1S1 1.1TT,
rrnu ani ImuoETioy, KRTHtvii.At, IUhb
it St. Amtiiomv's Puts, and indeed 'he trliole
claM of couijilumu uri.-in from Imi'Cuitt of
TH IIijjoo. ' . . '
.Tl-.i compound will b found a great pro
meter of hi'alth, when tak n in tha upring, to
xpel tha foul humor which fester in th
blood at tluit sosson of the year. lj the time
ly expuUion of them mitiiy rankling duordor
are nipped in the bu 1. .Multitudes cut, by
the aid of this remedy, spar U:emsclrcs from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
ores, through which the system will strive to
rid ItMlf of corruptions, If not assittvd to do
this through the natural channuU of lite body
f by an alurative medicine. Clce out the
TiTtineuj ?ioou wusnever you nnuT.unpuriua
buuting tlirouU tS skin hi pimples, eruption
or sores; clcannc it when you Bud it is ob
structed and sluggish in tha veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
Sou when. Even where no particular disorder
i felt, people enjoy better health, and lire
longer, for clemming the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life dinordercd, there can be no
lasting health. - Sooner er later something
must wronj. and the eief
W is disordered or evertlirntrii
DarMparilla has and dencrve much, the
reputation of accomplishing these end. Hut
thft wnrltl lts tw.nn mrrfntiniwlv ilrwtviMt hv
preparations of it, pnrtly become the drug
.don has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but mere because many preparations
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little nf the virtue of tiarsaparilla,
or any thing else. , .
During late year the public have been mis-
by largo bottles, pretending to give a quart
--t of Sarrtparilla for one dollar. Most
ii-... va been frauds upon tlie sick, for
tia-y not uly contuiu httls if any, Sripa-
rills, but on no curative properties whatuv-.'
Ssrsaparilln hieh flood the market, until th
name itself is justly iespised, and has becom
synonymous with iiupo.itiou and chtaL Still
w call this wmiwundBsrsnnaru-: and intend
to supply suck a remedy as shall .stvw the
nam from th load of obloquy wbieVrcst
upon it. And we think wo ha it ground for
bolieving it has virtues -which arc irresistible
by th ordinary run of tho dieascs it U hitrnd
ed to cure. In ord t to sccur tliei.' coni'det
eradieatton from tlie system, the tomedy should
be judiciously token according to direction
the bottle. '"- '
rnjEFARCD bt -
dr. J. c. Arr.u'A jCO. ..
Haef 9lBrDaUla SlRo(tb tat.
Aycr's Chcny Pectoral
kss:won ft Itwlf such a renown fir the eurof
every variety ef Thront and Luug Cim pl. Uit, that
nidene of its virtues, wheretrr it ha been em-
plojcd. As it has long Iimii in ronstant us
snrougnout mis senion, we nreu hoc a-i more tnsa
asiure th people its analitjr u krpt up te the best
it r.r has born, inn that it snav be relied on to
assure th people its enality is kpt up to the beat
-i that it swav ue relied on to
do for tbaur teuef all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
OmMks, Jainuiist, Dytpeptia, Iniijtitt,
Vymttry, fbut Stomachy Eiytlpelat, HetuUi4t.fi
PiUt, RitHMaum, EntptivHt and Slun tUuautt, .
JUssr Complaint, Drnpiy, Taller, Tmon and
Soft Rhtum, ll'annt, GnU, Xet -alij, su
fiuuur Pill, tmJ fir Purifying tht Blood, .
They ar sngroiu'd, so that the moat nehsl
tlv eau take them plsawiitlv, and they an the
best aperient in the wurlhir all the piirposea Oi t
fcmily phyais.!,,, , -, . . ; - ' ::
(Ma 25 cents per fox; fire base for $1 OA
flr,tniimhfnofCleririern. PlivtWum, States
men, and eminent personages, hnv lint their
nammto "ertify thaapwllll usefurnnsoTthraa
reranliea, lint o il sr so hem will net permit the
Insertion of them. Th, Agents below named far
Huh irrsthtaur AaxaiOAH ALMAKariin wbiebthty
" sim given with also full desrriptions of the uhov
eemplaiiit. and th treatment that should be Al
lowed fcr tneir cure. , ., ; . , .- - '
Do not be put otf bv aa'prindpW aeaWt with
other' prepsrsttomt' the make mor profit en.
Demand Arna'a, and take no others. The siek
.wont th best sid thers in for them, and they should
have It, ' v
MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES.
NUMBER FOUR. Mr. Caudle joins a Club—"The Skylarks."
I il aare a po . womH ' be' '
uejrrave than jrjiHedThat. w tf b,
can t be married to a docent . mailt Ku t,
don't car it you, arc tired, ! ihau't lot you
(to to sleep. No: and i wont say what 1
have to tay in the morning; I'll y it now.
It i all rery well for yon to coma , bom at A
what .. time . yiu , like it'i now .half-pant
twelve and expect I'm to bold my tongue,
and let you go lo lepl What next.,1 won.j
der? A woman had better'be sold for a list
t0BM-o ! . ";j ",'.'?
' And o ybu re gone andjofn a club
The Skylarks, indeed! . But I woa't -,Uy
and ho ruined by you. , No: I'm deteminel
nf thai. I'll go and t :ke th drar. chi Idren
and yiin may gti who you like to keep jonr
hou8. That U, aa long a you ave a bouse
tq kci p and jliat won't be long, I know.
. H.iw any decent man can go and spe
hie nights in a'Wvern on, yes Mr. CsudU,
I .dare say you do go for rutionnl convar
satiou. I ahonld like to know ' hdw
many of ' fou would care''1' for'1 whi.t
jo tM ' rational ; conreriatipn, ", ' if
U,m j,Mj it withuut jour , filthy , brandy " and
water yes and your filthy tobacco ' smoke.
I'm itiro the Isst time yon came honla 1 had
the headache for a week. But I know, who
1 1 who' taking you to destruction. It's
hat brute Prettyman. ' H has broken his
own wife's heart, and now La wants to but
don't you think it. Mr Caudle; I'll not have
my peace of mmd destroyed by tbe best man
that evar trod Oh, yes! I knew yon don't
care, as long at you appear eH to all the
world; hut the world littl thinks bow yoa
behave to.mu; . It thall know il . though that
Haw any man can leava' nis own happy
fiaesideto go and sit and sit, and smoke
and drink and talk with people who would
cnt one of 'em lift a finger to save him frcm
hanging, how any man can leave his wife
and a guoc wife, too though I say it for a
pareel of pot companions; oh, it's disgrace
ful Mr. Caudle,- it's unfeeling. . No man
who hud th leust love for his wife would do
And su i,se this i to be the cas every
Saturday? bull know what I'll do. I know;
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' 1 00 u" M: Midie Jur .Calling me go A
crealuro, 1 in not such a tool a to be. coax-
d iu ihat way. N'o: il you wont t, gtr to
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i, ou should cumc h .me in t'Urntian
,iale. ;lot ttt tali past 13 There wal'a. time
Juu "r decent man,, asd dident
goamuugst Heaven knows who, drinking and
joues 1 never heard any goi4 to come to
m mtn 'who t.artd ' :uke jfi respeot
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bh-trad c-'niai, doe. . but 1 know whallli
?do; I II scare, away , yo.i ; Jj'jl t.
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huusj airvea liquor alter twuivs ol a 8-1'
iirtlay; and il I do not write to toe oiasjistra
t.'s, and have tbeir license taken away r I'm
uctljing )u ihj, bed t" ' night YerM yen'
may cit t m a t'ojlisb WoiaaV, b'
tit ' nn,
Caudle,, no; it ia yoit who are a foolish inau
or wore than a foolish man; you're a wicked
one' lfyou.Wfreto die 'tti-morrow sud
people who go to public houses do all t(iy
caa to khorlen their live 1 should tike te
know who would write on" your loifi'jsioue
'A tender husband aud affectionate lather:
I'd hav no sue 1 falsehoods told
: ' ' ' .'Xk s'.
kBU .M"10 j"i
Ooilitr siil.l SMndifiB TOUT monev. atld
:r s r-. , . ";,r . .-ni,
nbuxeniie! don t tell me no, t jcai wcr? Jo
ten times sweaV ithlL would', ..bhere,.. bat
yon only spent eigbtctn-pence oa Saturday.
Youeaat b, uJ. all ,tboe byure,aud
speud only eiuteep, pence, , I know better.
I'm 4. it iju'iie a fopi, Jltv, Cad)e,,i A &reat
deal you cau have fijr .ightea peacei aud
an the club' mur 14, euAa"d. tjslhcra -ol
fa.a.liea Tha mure shame lor 'em; skylarks;
ind edl '(he should i call themselves vul
lurus; tot they can ooly doss they . do' by
robbing their usivcui)i wives usd .childrou
bieeii iene s) weekj a,Aad . if . it was
only iat do you know wtA bl'ty-two igb
seou peu'ue co ue to in year? . you vr
thin k' of that, and see the gowns 1 wear? I m
sure f cau t out ot'ihe :bouse .mone, . buy
myself a pliwust ign, ajtbangb l' ' wanted
oa tbeae six months." iio', lobe much at
a ball of eotpartf Bat what do you eare, soyoo
gel your brandy sid rttr79Tare's the girls
o th thiug Ogtfift.iVfp '.
assed.lik other j people' .children,,. Bat
It's alj tbaVase to their "father. "Ob, jr!
si hen go with hi kylark they nay.
ire' ickcloU.for eir pinafore and nacW.
tbrPtforgiirtera..,.( ,,, 9n i.' ri it
r .1 better aot let fbal Ur ,. Prettjman
coiffle $itt'iiMt s.y, jr,,tathAr,f yw'i be$ ,
fr bring him o'no . Y, I , ahonld , like to
L'sck bi. He would'ent forget it A map
whol may say, live and move only in a
fpittooa. A ma wbe has a pipe in bis,
moult as corstant as bi front tte.th.. A
sort of uvern-king, with a lot of fools, lik
yoa, iqlaugh i at what b 'thiuki bis jokes,
and give him consequence No, Mr Caude
no :il's no use, your tilling mc to jo to
sleep, for I wont. Co to sleep indeed! 1 m
sure It's almost time to get up. hardly
knot whit's the use of coming to bed at all.
'TheSkylarki, indeed! suppose you'll be
be "bn'ing a 'Little WarbUr,' and at your
time ot life.be trying io', sing. The pes
cooks will king next, A pretty nam you'll
get in the neighborhood. And, in vsry
llttie time, a nicf face you II have! Your
nose i redder already: you've just one of
tbe s)oes that liquor always flies to." You
don't ee its red? No, dare say no); but 1
see it. fei great rainy things you don't
And so you'll go on. - In a little time with
your brady and water don't tell me that
yfu 0n!y take two email glatiei. know
what men (mail glasses are. In a little
while you'll hare a face all over as if it Were
mad of red currant Jam. And should like
to" know., who is to endure you then?
won't, and c don't think it. Dn't come' (d
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, Kice habits men learn at clubs Theie's
Joskins; he was a dectntcreatur ouee, an 1
now I'm told he has more than once boxed
hi wife' (.cars. He's a Skylark, too. And
I suppose, aome day, you'll be trying to box
''Vojs?Dm'J attempt it, r' !M' '
say, don't at empt it. " Yes; it's all very well
for you to say yon don't mean it. but I only
say aga'n don't attempt it. You'd rue it
fill the day of yt ur death, Mr. Candle,-
0 iag and sitting four hours at a tavern!
What men,- unlet they had their wires wi'.h
horn, caa find to talk about, I can't think.
No good of course
Eighteentpence a week, and drinking
brandy and water enough to sw'm a boat
And smok ng liko the funnel of a steamship.
And I cant afford myself to much as a
riec of tape. It's te-ry ve ry bru tal.
. And, says a note in tbe MS. by Mr. Cau
die, Here, thank Heaven, yawning she fell
cit wijl be remembered that -one
of the jiromincnt: features of the
Abolition procession, at their mass
meeting in this city on the 9th of
Outober, whs a woman dresied in
deep mourning, Wearing a dilapif
dittedvhiiitjpt, labeled "Mrs. Vali
lantllthiinii It was gotten tip as
earluitture of that eatiinjibfe lady,
and il flthVuJe of her hcurtitroub-:
lt' over the exile of her liunand.--It
wua a most itiiockinif exhibition
ot party malignity, and evetisime
dect utj Kcfiublican entered their
ditapprovaV wlilte the radicals
shouted their exultation. But the
si'cjutd ..inoi likely to afford them
HOinUch auiucetuont.' Certainlv it
does not to the principal actor in
the di-tgnstingafl'uir. At the time,
she was in the i joymunt of moit
ttcrfect health and buoyant Hpirit.
Since that time, however, she h
been afflicted with a moat terrible
skiu disease, d'sfijruriiie her whole
face with, eruptive blotches, .and
painful eoresv , She is now ynder
ho treatment of a phyaMatVir .. We
exproca no opinion, hnt .most per,
amis' wlil look upon her affliction as
a visitation1 of TrovideueeVUrDay',
toi. Entpif ',' ' .
-, si i ) iislansi.ss -
" WSh om J0UI,i mun ahont
luc-k. Good luck i to, get ' tip at
ix o'clock in .the morning; good
lucfc; if yoil have only a shilling a
week, is; .to live upon eleven pence
and save u ponnyj good luqlois' to
fulfil; the coiuruandincntsy and to
do nnto other people as we ..wish
them to do unto ua.. To get on in
the world they must avoid tempta
tions'; and have faith in God.
it has been decided hy' the War
Department 'that where men who
are drafted hold conscientious
oraplea about paying the , comtntn
tatioti'yr performing militftry duty4
the Provost Mufttfa! shall o"f up;
on the eoods of chatties of said v
dividual' to the. amount of three
hundred dollars, ard oo x'mnit
that amount, the drafted man will
be .' releMed. Phi'a lelphiit In.
quirer. . ,. . .
tOL. in a town in Illinois, a nuiu,
r ' ail !!aI.
dnir lisui a iTHiDpr cant ou hiit collar.
A Union Ltajtuer roiihed me dojr
ol l tie cent, hut nam heuia not
to becaugo lie particularly wanted
the cent, but because there was a
copperhead" ni it.
srt There la nothing, iiow-aday
too low atld contemptible for Aboli
tion politicians to be guilty ot do
ing, luey will tell an titimitigatoti
lie, and face the devil hlmse.t and
swear to it. Tliey will commit
frauds at. the bullottbox, and wear
to it. Tlu-y .wiil commit l'ruuils at
the bailoUbox, and swear it is a
military necessity 'which compels
them to do so. They will denounce
their iK'igbiiors as traitors and
enemiert tu our soldiers, and come
aud beg those traitors for sanitary
stores, (aim they always ge' tliem,)
and turn right around to the sol
diers aud tell them that they are,
indebted to tho -Union men" for
luxuries sent them, when at leant
one half of those luxuries are given
bv "copperheads." Some of their
merchants'" won't suppovt a "cop
perhead" Democratic, paper, but
will urge ''traitors," "copperheads'
and "butternuts" to buy ot their
goods, and after receiving their
money, turn round without the
least hesitation, say they are "d d
copperheads,-' ami that "all such
men ought to be hung." This is
abolition toiuintoncy and honesty.
A WAR DEMOCRAT.
There is a small faction of men
in Ohio, perhaps two or three
wheel -barrow loads, woo call them
selves "War-Democrats." These
men tavor a vigorous prosecution
of the warupon the Abolition plat
form of negro equally, abolition,
und the' wiping out of all State
lines. This is all the Republicans
themselves claim. We do not,
therefore, see why there should not
be a complete and everlasting fus
ion of tire two parties. Both favor
the sitme objects, hence where is
the difference between them?
AN AMUSING INCIDENT.
, Ccmrtavehue was the scene of a
terrific rustling among the loyalists
yesterday. It was whispered a
tiiOng the faithful of Uncle Abra
ham's houaobold that there was a
secessionist with butternntemblems
on the avenue. v A rush was mad?
for the supposed obje'tt of detesta
tion. The crowd swelled to extra
ordinary dimensions. Thjy look
ed anxiously in every direction for
the Mayor, United States Judge,
Provost Marshal, ' City' Marshal,
Jmtlt-e Morris? Sheriff, Deputy
Sheriff, Constables, Captaiu of the
armed Leagtior, or any- one who it
was supposed could exercise a little
Wief authority. ' Presently . the
crowd was relieved by the appear,
ance ol the City Marshal, who very
suddenly brought the hated object
np on a short turn. But, oh! my
country, what a crestfallen colleo
tion ot spectators were they. whefi
the Marslial'e investigation proved
that the aooeah" , was a Rcplihli
can farmer; living jn Savior, Town
nhip,; who had eome to town with a
lofol butternut rcordwootlfc ami
was anxiously. looking for a custo
nier to ptneliae it. Thus com
menced ' and ended ono butternut
farce. DeS Moiiies . Statesman,
Oct. 28, " "
iThe receipts ot money Wd' .
by drafted men now -amount to-'
nine milliona,-which it is expected
will be increased by one or iw
millions more. The whole of thk
sum is to be appropriated to r
cruiting under the new call of th
President. .::'. : '. . : ;U.r
'ljThe, gentlemen spoken of,?
in connection, with tho . candidaoy
for the next ' Presidential canvass,
are:' i :''! ; '
Tliomas II, Seymour,- Horatio
Pevmonr, Goo. E. Pugh, C. L. VaN
I mdiehHm. Franklin Pierce, Gritiit ;
and McClellan.- ..-...,. ',-.
The prominent men in tlie About
... ..... ... I l..t n ' mnA ':f
tion party ore liincoin, uanM ana
T.iDAY our government, la hob ;
hing and knobbing with Rusa'an ,
officials.' Two ytars ago not a' pa
per or a voice con Id be found to ads
vocate thu "glory" of the Ilnsslan ,
Autocrat. We are introducing ins
to our country the implements of
torture used by Russia; why not
mi ke merry with her i ' J
oyThe " Washington special to ! : '
the Cincinnati 7arfe liai the fol- ' '
lowing tinder date of Nov. 6 :
A visitor congratulating Mr,
Lincoln, to on. his prospects
of re-election, was answered by r
that indefatigable stdry.teller, with 1 ' A
an anecdote of an Illinois farmer ;
who undertook to blast his own ,
rocks. His first effort at producing ;
an explosion, proved a failure.' He
explained the cause by exclaiming:
''Pshaw, this powder has been1
shot once before . ; i
, Thi correspondent of an Abo-
Mi 1 1 on paper proposes- that: a fund 'J''
be raisod aa a premium tor "a new
name for our Kepublic," and sug
gests Horace Greeley, John W.
Forney, and Winter Daria, as a
suitable committee to award tho '
premium. With, that committee,
an exchange thinks, the nam of.
"New Liberia" would win. .
Ex. President Fillmori wrota
the following in a letter, to Gover
nor Gamble, of Missouri, on execu
tive business :. . .
I presume that the insane radi- ,
cats are making much trouble ia
your State, but I am happy to see T
tnat you stana nrm, and tnat the "
President has the good sense1 tov '
sustain you.. , ,
GsWbral Ben. Butler left
Lowell, Mass., on the 4th instant, '
to assume the command, in place
of Gen. Fostbr, of the 18th Amy
Corps, at Fortress Monroe, and
have control 6f the military de.
partmeht oF Eastern Virginia and
North Carolina. r The World says 1
fortunately, for the rcpntatlosi,.
of the' country there. Is tut Tittle, of
a military natnre to do in that d- ''"n
partnvent, and the people . witMn ' '
our linsa, have nothing Untlef aav!3 i
confiscate for his own w There! Jr.
are, hbwevpr, a few women left) op... ,
on whom he can exercise hlshnllyf '
tnir proivcnsl ties. Big Bethel, the '
scene pf Butler's first mllifs!r.t n'M
tJ.,","Vui,,?,,e.nia neaa qturtera; -
X,The tentimeny of Major Ge.:
oral, Blair only corroborates' what ; 1
has long bien manifest im every ,i I J
community,' , Ue says, that he,hae
"never been orie of the noisy radl-
caU bearing arms in" fat6r'0l the "
- - . ....... uipav
the quarrels were the only ones toi
fight,', this contest would, not long . .
he rtrotraeted. " ' '
. SisacLiR DtiTH-A Berlin mer- 1
chant,, r'turniug, from a journey,
fa w, a funeral proceeding trom his
own house, aid was informed oo
Inquiry that it wits that of his wife.
ue ieanea back in btsJ carriage a&4 '
die.. ins,tantly. He had been fiflar- "
ried but a fw weeks.
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