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   Dawsons Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 27, 1864, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                Bawson's Weekly Times. if, "lilt; angel of dcafh has been licrc." I'overty nnd wiuil, like1 gittint, hungry U'il in l.-.nitig I lie lves lie at Ihu door of t FUJI CiJSN. GKO. U. idun- and the orphan. The voice of ludrtl in >Yiv Yi.rk Sitturilnr nl usurped authority is raised, iind (he cry APBU. -6. Iii (lie House, yesterday, a goes furl h, "more Mood! more blood! IIOKATIO SKVMOUR. troduced providing fur mor llah is not yel satisfied.'' Tbe. dir al New York. Whether these three a Hairs, speedy punishment of gin-mlliie. The in- (Vnslilutional Liberty playing, and (In; WKIJNKSUAV wln.lv people, instead of nf I lip whole, .ind nn amend] purporting lo linvn ivrilli- by Mr. Diivis lolieii. Dre, Thus fur Ilic House, in Til wliuiu III" present nl Hie liiilllr il Wcslcrn LiimViann, wrll W.M.nilc, ami arrived al Vii-kilinie, Mali "I'lic relicts t-l.n 'jllii'ir "illy .TOO, tvliiln I'Vilcr.-ils lur.-il Mild! ami i-nin- i sm.-ill. II is lli.nl Ilici] jam! licrti. mm.- rii-tipcr.ilinj: .111 .-ifl.n-I, Ili'ist. [I'M'lls III.1V wlitirllr. A I'iflimoli'I lli.il Fetl- will, I.IH- ninvvtl anil Wwnln-anl, linve all April 12, 1BCI. in fur a sli.ire at Alinliliini vcinim, ,1 Markcst .if rnUcliniuls Imvo ,1 Tin. l.ili-sl It, in- c llir rliarauliT of Mmim-rnla, is ri.ll- i-harsii "f I a- fMinsI 7.rns .Icilin li. Uavis I Oil- iliniinfelin] flniiiunl "T I'nilfdSlak'H link's in circulaliim nil witlnlravval I'lnm nyi: an rur -y or inliTcsl-ln-ariiij; fnik-il Slnli- 'll li-iillcr In- Ilioir fuccs, III nilmiK-s In a'dianro. nlv allrilnitt'il Iw Tills fill! uf'ii.flcH SBi-unil, ll, cllurls w purl t and sunk llneopmilton was I'h inuiil.l ivolll Tim lal doncil. IVck, "il "'us would be able XovliCTii. Iloiine. Tlicre.m1 al tlul L, ulil Mini It, ,1s yel, ll" li'ls a ir- vvltit-li lltal fin-ecs an- ,111 Ilic err- n m.ivc- iiicnl. ami III.- ni'ty- rclicl armv. Cfirlk-lil maili! Ilic l.ilcmrnl, Dcinucrnlic CiHtjjiTssiiien ile- iiiinJcil Ilic jirwif. linrllrlil liail mini.: I lit siilliri.il raparily .-isa im'iiilx'r doah Valley; but a .li.pntcli 1'.....t of I "l j A .lay or dr.. Knek, MVR that rre without foundn- U lh( I- II... An onHy movement of the Army .T in the Tolnmac is considered a-; highly j n U-mlinj; MK.Iihon whal is sl.nfed mmodaliotis at itilion of i unci were "impntpor fiir wef-lem have m.iilillcil Itieir qucnliun IIIMV rail Hcnirc 1OI.UIKI man Iu Bcrrice I-Viesl's rctii in; a I Sew (Irk-an li> lie. K-Zim. ills 'iilleie.l very severely in ,-n. Hie 7711, ami almml .inniliilalril. ar Ii.nl-. uillliml r.xiMiiali.in, lln Kitliv Sinilli :inil in-. In. bama, lo prevent wonte mini monlliy llir All rili.il "f li.tiin hold (heir niiniiriii.it rlrrtioiii, r.ir IS.ll. annex a nUili'incnl "f ni'i'vi-i-: llir ,if Indiana li.i Tariiimi-ilj.p.trnimrnl.: ;a Quincy, Siirinsllclil, l.'alena, k lia- Ollaira, .lulirl, l.a Salle, IVkin, Lacon, Cairo ami air (Irnnirinlie; Bl.jominRl.m, Korkfurd. and De'Mlnr an- rejinMi.'.in: 19 iliviili'd. Thr Siouj l.arr lirm juiiiril liy Ihe sev- eral oilier aad arr niakiiinnn-iiara-! lli.il lions fur an allark upra l-'.ni fiiimi nml j rnliir e l.i.var.N tlir deslnirlinn I'pprr I and ivill pnili.il.ly j.iil, Miiwuri. Akrons Feileial Inrrc lia-. I" nnvin; ti'irlliiv.ir.1: wliile ,1 a days' Ihe (i.iv. Nali.inal idrnl Ihe liiirrnnin, live men llir .rrvi, e Ilie lir enpirs til lellers hy Ilie :enllemen named and lh.nl liail I.een S.illen by a Tederal spy. We m.t Jinhlisli Ilie IcIloiH surh Ihrv prnve In br. Messrs. DAVIS ami KfKl.lis liave .Iciiied ever ivrillrn :il INitliiiH, in nrilei. l fiilvely rti.lree.l nitli Ihe ll.....i. arr many llarlu-hU, in :illd mil of u In, arr ever ready Ihe h-asl I ion. Sn, li persnniare in miserable all This K.inli, fibers lli> be .'N both, and Ibe favorable aeli-m ir appmvt'd. II innsl mil br llmn.irbl, boivcver, thai 1 regard rilbrr or bulb'I linaneial Nolliillf uliiirl of lax- oiie.balrib.. :i ol'tlie enrrenl I., the eompliliblc M ilh ellirirn ev, vill insure linaneial In Ihrliov ernmeiil: and vilh.Mil Inililarv Hiii-t-essal measures ill fail. Very liosprelfullv, "S. I1. Mr. Cliasr, hi Ilie lirsl m.-ini. lesls Ihe Talal i-prnr, rvrr rsliibilrd miller over-issues. II In liniMv Ilia! rcdnelionrt of sh.mld prrrede Ibe elleeU prod, by spcenlalire pri, es and Ibf From the N, Y. Wailj Kowo TJIK I'ASIIUKA.S, Every frwl'i ease bounedi received from Paris shows tliesliapc to fact, beautifully Icsa. The sides of the lion tie I, are not? ittitdti (o come close to tbe face, andgKia-rally witk- out aide for youuj; peo- ple. A bonnet of pntk crape, which wesnw (his week, was niada in pulfs, with n cur- (nin of Hie sninc covort-d with blonde lace. The oiiifidy (rimininjj was a white mara- bout fenllicr, on the luff, side, faylened with a pearl'jrnament. The face trimming con- of one bupli rose, half blown, ntid n small cluster of delicate, full blown while roses. The strings were of pink ribbon. A bonne! Ihc now- color, called zalc, made of silk, shirred, was vury The crown was composed of whitu Monde lact', with a drawn band uf pink IjnHight dnivii Hie renter, to the curtain, whidi was of silk and blonde lace. The face trimming was a rich duster of in liilh! over Hie forehead, nnd the rL-nrKiikriIjlK.il. will be an immense amount of season, foronr have sold ticlc of ilio old crop they do not DeciE foe present use. The Chicago limes' lliiaitcial reporter Gold inures npivanl sfeadily, with occa- sional reverses. 1C furllicr befall (be 1'cderal Ihe premium on gold rvill rule very much higher. The time, we fear fur loiv-prieed gold is jiassed; in othor words, there iu every reason lo believe that Mr. Uhaso will lind it impossible to redeem Ins pledges to toiilracl the currency The war eoca and is attended will, enor- mous expenditures, and lo meet these wo nuisl. have, papcrinoncr. Money mattrrw arc light wilh the honorable Secrelary ot the 1 icasury just now, anil lie linds it im- possitjle lo reduce the volume of currency without injury to our credit at home. Mr Cliaso hasrt-sorled v expedients recently, keep (he paper money from de [.reci.nhnp, but bis efVorts hav I'nles all prurcd we have somcgrcat and lii-liuvinR Iba't Ihe endsof public j carried .ml? Oni- oftln-very fiwl i justice wiMild be well served In- it, nnd be- for np-, clandiiiK anil intellipence, cause ihev did not nnv ol.jocl us Hint in two weeksCharlt-slon-wicjM ninld lit- served by exciting svmpathr for in ashw. Tbe lied .had then Icfl New under Ilie prcseni slate lif Mi be said to have cotnmillcd a ael, of il. lie nol Ibe slion of as a nalional selr-defence, and say ivbelli- manly to .csrnliiH; injury, it w.n isr lln: prnvidrd bv italnre or rr- ,or! lo Ihe knife. Mr. said that his :lienls had resolveil follow Ibe same IIinli counsel apol.ipzcd lo Mr. c inapi Ihe for nice ollercd lo him. Tiler, lictmenlH Ilic defel tbey were all ,-harprd, exrepl wilh fiber, Ilirv re iwpin- I the Ineliti et' uxlen.lril l, Ihe .fan Ihis I nr.le.e.l inlo Ilic In.linn r.ni i> n nm.llier repnrl is thai Ihr lI'om-M are Mil! Ill .1.1, U- Tbr leliel-. il n, Tri ml lii-enty I'Kttl an follows: (Jen. (Jranl, Urn. JlcUell.n, (iranfi, majoiily, rypreird illiii. Ilic will In! cli'Kil to-day, ill p. but subaorjntioni ill be rrreived by leller, I al ami roles'east lo Ihu amounts in. ,-lnsed, up In S p.in., aflcr ivhirli Ilie eonlrsl Tl" "ifc dird at Uuinry, III., ye.ierd.y Tbe New lerday al opened al j ,_, ler i, hat new lie tfill be up by (lie fiuulieii. I nnble marlvrof librrlv, I.dm ers] hrioorilaiiier'sl.'erry, bv his magnanimous drvnlinn ami ile.llh, will a lllrill of life lo Ibe ll.l- lion'. brarl of bearll. Tlir moral rle.-lriril v of Ibal Imman soul nnlonlv calvani'.cd Ihe rial in llir Mnulli, [InnKliier and lull awnkrnrj lo Del, life and hour Ihe ilnkijiiin: spirils of Ihr llrniin', iinmi.lnl liberty and [elirrn-.J and Ibim I....... enabled lo hrcouir Ilic oflhrnali.....' Tims spoke Ilie infamous lie.irce Tb'ilnji- Ilie KtiKliili baler nf Anirriean insli- lulinm, an they by Ihe falhers ,f our country, vtli'Un (lie have impnrlrd lo aid them ill Ilirir infernal work of destroying the Knvcriiiiicnl of thr iiiiinor- la! WasliiiiRlon. arr lie ul- Irrr.l In Ihr llall of Ihe llon.r of alivert nl Washinjtlon, a few dayssiner, wlii, I, abolilion al his Ills were Ibe of Ilie rniled.Sla.es, Members of Cuiuirrw, si nllb'ialsoflbe land. and Hi II...... men eame Ihr i-lwrm, Ibe l.lnjhlei and II i. nrll kiuitrn Mini nearly all. if j And Ibe-e same men lln all. of Ihc and mid.llr Slates nbnve weir rlr, led In Ihe pnsi b.v.-e n, I l el raised Ilieir ilndrr llle'lionv Illey nun' nrrnpr, IIHOlia pl.lllolll I.ISI IVhy arr ll.ry nol whi.-ll boldly lie. of.....raid nl.lolm ,1 lo famish Ihese n......if ihev are j Ill-own, Ibal, tnifteo on Iho Hlair liqnnr order reported, that no violation of had bron ,-mn., milled by Mr, B. Thai Krnllrinan made flpcerh, in wliicli he announced Ilia! I intended socn to take leave of Hid lion. ordered by Ihc to j are Urown, Ihal, Ihr. of his and ''-V r .n.wii.s evil elfecls of hiiTlradc and j asserlin? Unit lie >5 wine bin power for an.lrr lll.llS. I.. I'll S. I......; W. lax bill ,va, f Indiana, uill th.i..... f.n- We have by mailand i I ITO- year ear- llie late Imtllr, ii', Western Il......and The rebel ill hi, aeri. majority. Tbi, ear rtnlcil .11 .l.tiun, and Ihc I'Ydcral loss al J1 Ili-eal tlissalisf.ielion is ,v inoi of i noisliip innrli for in: en.....bv less than forly iiinjnrily. We In nly Ihonsand men Ibr nolliini; from Ihr press al.....I BSy-Th, liens, l-ranklin, Smith, au.l u u.ese hole 1-V.Ural army ha. j ..v.T tl.e hti.lcf, f _ i. i____ i nliinjr, llui.ii-h .nnd .1 inn wars, I lie unnerH linvc Ihal noinl for under nrden, frn Ci-n. liranl. Three of Admiral I'orle v.-weU are afi-mmd above Grand Ken, and four have hern ordered oul in of (tie falli walcr. Uen. Slcelr lias arrived in Ihe vi.-il.ily of will, mr The mull of Ilie is is Jillicult (0 delcn and Inelil Ihal it shall not slop, until rainpnign, whrl, rr srekers ollire liohl- of I'irsidrlil I.inroln, relrievr runs "lily years, the pnpert hnv Hnnre< mnrd.-r fur iti'-re ndi-nalinn .....i- A, E, lume inipiirlanl dividual of the ham-es for li.iblls last r -mid ibeolTrr, it appear, hn. Wen as.-en dcn.-y him lY.m, :tnl tnarUel. U ttol done Ix-Con ;itiy rcHtt-ietions in tlir cnrrenci only tin- llti-t.-iiiiiK luuikruiil'-ien mill Ilie  n Ittem! ll.nd Ilie liret't huitti-.l ..vrr nil oul a Tor linnu. ilv, tin-j.toent one couhl not been n wilh the" nl v, ill plot rful Insine, and Hut Mr- Clinr-eelo! be baiKuu.'- in will do ID i n lidded Hi-, a nnd had Mr. riui-e p.l Mr. IJIKoln lo dn tl liy licit the ptvci Uliniiil iv.ns broken, nnd Mi-.j.rn.lrd Va v- esu tnxIntrciHiiiI Ituvrnia. Ihis uuul.l.-inu! i.- vi-rv If.-isl. tin, Al present intlal il.I I uretiueH (Iiv.il H.il.ni.i, who-, the cai tti! Ohio'n ion would ul...ut  in lie earns from (he same linvi-rnincnt f mure Ihan r lay> labor. This is prospmly nnd pnler- 1.1 1 rule. '1'hifl in w The Xrvr Vin-k Commereial Advertiser, RpeakinK of Mr. Ullage's linaneial -icliemes, The oriL-in.nl Tender bill was a faiinerji, for want of fodder, have been obliged Klnuplile.r Iheir oxen, sheep INK I and pnod have been sol.l for 2f. aud :if. i-ach. Tbe exrcBsive severity of nn.! siekness have, further (he of Ihc people. At Iho presccnl memeiil slarving multi- tudes are wandering about the men, women nnd children, pale and cm.icialed, lo extent fearful to TIii! nt arh liwn K.-eit i inplion arii-t.ni uie aimoxl lliu ilNiriliK rbftws. Tim" like (In lill.-r >vun fi.f i-i-nlH u ]Hiuml. att.l .....IIIIHUI Ini tiller, from New York. siiHi an I'liilnilr-hiliia .lIlilU'H never Uieir Ul.lrn. n- itl.-U at half a jnntnii. onlimiry ml :'i IGn-iilH. It.i'fi as it interfered wilh pre-cxislinp Ifi'to-'ll ei-rilsT'itomtli1 llmerriei. l.n.k ait wit.'al y injured Ihe indusirial and roniini-rcial, bMnvB l.y depriving of only rc- ognued slnndnnl of value Ko.- I his net r. real necessity lian ever lict-n shown ept Ilic tneri; naked nssertton (if its p.ir- isanst necessary una n-nr There M an amounl of (ruth in this cs- ad nol ofleu found iu lite Abolilioii press, fail it appeared in a print it A ri.nsi.; Slnle election as he'd in Kbotle Inland laxl week, am) be tlisiminii, or Slalc ticket ilyr went in hy Ibe light squeeze uf 100 njorily. A Kmpernr Napoleon Hono 0rflM n Mr. Cbilon, Ha moro, for his nti. nn breach- "Itirtnc Htc wwk silvanml rci.lr a pouiiil. .ind eiill'i'i- n-nctietl .'Oul r.'luit, Tor nhiih is sol.l, l-j (lie n.vr, f.-r OlMntn rolt'rc I.UTC IK ntil an ix.liVr in Hie iicir kel. Will) Hjiillinpcalico Ilir- name it I in. IK t in u in i-ppoKileeinN. W lir re art' AS ISIUCATIOX roiiHolidalion of Ibe Army of the. 1'oloniac does not stiiltnc M.l.lins." Thu hrmy ilays ago ttf ihc says: "A few .--.rue. niimher of the miv with (he lid, or, review wilh their old bailee on ittcir caps, as tinunl, but with the Corps bfidgii at- tached lo Ihu Kent of their pnnlnloutiH." is nn IriHlimcn emplo.veil as n porlwrnn A Railway, who of baring a walrh thai keeps correct time. Ho WJIN heard to remark n few mornincit since, tip- onpulliiiRontliiVwnlrh. "If the sun flint oror ibatiti a miimit nnd hnlf, hn will l-i- f ,-t-l Ke If-'til. (tvltlu1) frc.lj Timotliv Flour, (While Hlu-.it) ji C'alf syslem is based, bowever, is rotten, and any evunl, we fear it will ullimalely privc worthlcBS. The X. Y. Hint of Mr. Cha.eV friend that he eoufracl ottr papt-r-mgiicy iamn-M itt n fraad tipoii tbe puhltc. They know thai ]IC tends Iw llooil (Iieootijllrrwilhpnpe.rnignev issues in (lie sbape of (ive perecnt. lecal lender nyles nnd Ihe NnliunnI Hank cur- rency, and Ihey nlsu knoiv that he intends ti> ohlain from Congress (if [wsuiblc) a hill nulhoririiif; issue of from three to livo hnudred milliuii dollars more orgrcenbaeks Thu is printing and issuing ilio live percent. Iug.il lender as rapidly as possible. Tho andilcd ami nnpnid ac- eouitls of the Treasury last week were over How in thin vnsl Hum and ilia daily nccming indebted- thcrissue.4 of paper money 'I Tin; talk of contraclioii nnd lower prices In the. face of these facts is nn ah.mirdity the inven- tion only of Mr. friends for mere Tbe New York thnl the nn- serlirmn of imbscriplioiin tit tho new len-foily loan nre extrnyaganl In Ilguren. I'emons in slreel prouviinee the llgiires entirely false, and Ibat Ihe are made lo prodtire foreign hopes of our mtp- piessiun of Ibe rebellion. The the people haro heen deceived In lln: mat- ter, hut Hunks there, in no why Iho aulhorilieS ih.ntibl try lo them, by p.ihlisbinpslatements contrary lofhc fncli.. The same paper cuulinnes: II .nhotild borne in mind that Mr.Chaxn is jiml now iu ltJ5 linaneial allnirf, or, in other words, tlmrn it a slriiiRency in bis money iimllerji. Tbn debt of lln: in over one linn.lied and forly millions ofdollarn, nud il irt ineroasing in fhe of Iwo and n half millions n day. Tn itievi tbesi" tin. Seerelary ofibe Trt-Jitiury has nothing left, if lie to bis determination lo pay out no more mlereitl hearing legal (en- htit Ilio live ]icr wit, two hundred million loan, whieh has been on Ilic market since Hut '.Mill of Murch, nnc] linn been nt" ten.led, ive nre sorry tn sny, wilb indifler- unl Hiiei-fHM. Some of flu; innsl litlrlligeol (iiianeiet-n lliink Ibal if the interest on It bail heen lUe.l nl nil per eciit. inilua.l of lire, il soon have hecome muiu popular I ha n Ibe loan trhu-h preceded il, and by Ibis lime woubt bnve bern tirnrlr absori'ed. Itul Mr. (Jbafe in proverbial for Idtiitilei ins, and Ihtv nmy lie placed in CnirAdo MAliurT. No. I Si hu-li :il X.ltun hmdi nt (flHI Intnl. al ft.tMHt hush tn Armoiir.t Ir'milSI 'J7V: W.WKl iMHill No. 't Spring atlo.tl al SI f.-.-i-hl. hush. No. I alffili-; push No. busli. No. 1 at Thv Times, npraliiiig of the cattle market, inyn: "The biglLiangr of prices together wilh In? extreme rales nl irhicb Rrainn It enow lulling, rndnem fnrnir-rn lo part will! nil Iheir ntwt except imlrMWsnml rhaim iri tui slrmip that too are soui. We hare oTInt reeirrred I bis "Tienn y IT mid ui adopted liv "bo ore exliamaiiiK Ibe rountrv oflllO N'oek willmul a tKbt as'to where "r bow fuhirr fupply is fo be oblaitu'd. A fnrimT from the m- eriorof .Slulu iu a Idler to Ihw paper nlv ate all anil fa I iu 10 t" 1 Calf (lill.-) prr. I'M (norm-) (dry) i.rrn.r.1 (gnvn) llullrr. fn.ll) ef Ih. (keg) per Hag.., per H.. t i 1'otot r Ilr to 7( Kr> lo ill it :i! to t-'.on to S.OII H..1I1 7.JHI Bye JUT litiKlt Talh.w IL. liar por I'.u 1-reMl. Mfli, per It. WliUr hairiiM. I'irken-I. Jlarkels stand about as (bey did at Hi ime ..f our last weekly report. (Jold seen n steady tipivanl increase, ml ,trices nf will uudouhtedly s follow. The fui-mer already pays a ndviiiietfd prireon bis lea, rolFec, Iress goods, over nnd above, what he did of  lf Ihe mid many of Hie farmers are. feeding their Hlock on corn nnd wheat Hoy very scarce, and we ;ire told that iiimhem of callle have died for wniit of >roper food. .Somu fanners who own Hlock, trc wilbout .1 particle of feed them, ami Itave ituen for Ht-oks. There are. morn poor, Itin, c.itllo Ihrotizhnut Ibe co linn ever were known before. ntry now from Itut Mr. Kdilor.tbe Ibiuertt kiml for lleevex, nnd lillle 1'ipi Slmatfl--'" everyUiiiiKtli.it ban IUU-IDI, or mil heiup Knlhrred by men who porntn- Imlalc the cotintry Iu ttitdi a tlejrca nc, in mr mind, will prove dihnulroim lo tho couu- trr, ofulnrk for fultire ttuppty. which m nut very be a soriouH one, wlien Illinoin fitils. an fitil tl must, where (lieu will Kttpply Irom; nnd will n'.t (nrntcra who nro hring drained be in a dilemma fur itouk and Cattle in Thin ma tier should cbiini IhCHerioiiH con- ideratioit of nil sloek growers iu Ibid, nm ell .iHijlherweslern Slnles. Tbey slumbl Imld on In Iheir yonnjj slock, far unless a radical occurH in Ihe liiianrinl ron- (lilifuiorihcrounlry, thin Sleers and Heifers thai nre now selling for ?3 75 lo OU per 1Un, will bring within the- ticst six inoiilhsST IK) per AKTIHI ui, Ijiitiis.-A Iktslon firm baugoito into the niaotifncturc of artificial nrnm nnd nniiouiieiiij; n giinrnnteu of K per rent, dividends to Block and a special permit from Roerftlnry Slnn- 011 (ottiipply Ihe rebels! This concent doubt- KOCS in for" Ihc rigorous prolongation if Hie war! A hays in New York inve eni.Kbt Ihu fcvor for speculation. H ins been n fnvuriloopcnilimi nf lato tn TIS- t Ihc Suh-Tren.sury and join the procen- utini ol certificate, buyers for the finka if selling Hietr "Itir.trt" lo to whom is more nn ohjecl than n trillc in mon- A Wire wretrh named lames K. Triple It has been arrested in m'ou rnnnly, Iowa, for the murder of wife by, poison. He has" done a largo tiCHfl iu tlic ninlriinonial line, having ud (Ive wives, and is now living with sixth, brfltdes being charged with tba clion of a young lady near Mtigiiulia. "in" named Albert II. Mc- of New Milford, killed two eetie out of three, al one shot a few lays since. A very pood Hhot. nfll_0trero calls jiiHliee. "Ilia mistress and pie< n of all and inj untie f, thn (MiiuUlion of every vicr. That in what I'M be mailer with thin it Inrted (in career of injttflier, nnd inch f ila p.i fit in marked trillt blood nnd crime. niercbftnt who died suddenly, Irft liisdenkft letter written to one ofhiH cor- His clerk, son of Krin, seeing it cressary to send Iclifrr, wjolc at the m, writing above I have. If tlic corn fail (his year, Ibeto rs. __, Tbe butter panic at the KnsU eoiitin- os. In llonlnu nnd 1'roridtinea many peo- Ic have themaetrcn ftkslAtn en- rely from Hit- use of bul ler no nn it U eld above .10 a pound. A Kood ltd one w life It will commend tv   

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