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   Dawsons Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - May 11, 1864, Fort Wayne, Indiana                                Pnwson's Weekly Times. FOB PRESIDENT, GEN. GEU B. TOR VICE I HORATIO SEYMOUR. TTEDKK3DAT MORIHjyQ.: MAY 11. 1 XETJK rwd, co Thursday, the retain eaptun-d iraina and destroyed wortli vf railroad Orn. had a fight, on Monday TME CHEAT KATM.E. DEMOCRATIC find on our it nt much higher prices. Still he has paid lire property- of the country, and should (he holiest pitch of table fo-dity, the prospectus issued by the more out, acd at the end of the year party now (n power be continued in (heir licncwoof thcgreal Democratic leailern in DeKalb County, for hanles? surplus, for the roflion that he Is places four years more, the whole property The wholw t-ountry in baltlcbctwccD Grant and South of the Itap anew Demo n.l Irural'a IllufT, Uen. after a brief irith Trice, had mrciled to Lltlle Rock. A naral officer rtporta, nn information obtaintd from a ocfra, that two rebel evlamni, tixtcen pieeei of artillery, are raarcliinj on IVirt Hudton, La. Thin pout fr garritoned only nil the hafinjc fine op Kiver ii eTcni.bnl ulatcs had succeeded, afler a portion ofthfl railroad bctirccn I'ctprtiliur; liirhmnnd. Atl offici.il fnira Gen. .SliOfm.ln, under date nf .Saturday aflcrnoon, nlatns that Gen. Thoman liail occupieJ Tunnel tlie nofl-Titnr OSE MKCHANICH is TUB The autlmrilics of the guvcrniiu'nt in Ten newee, nre pursuing a dnfllardly ennrsc to- wjird Ihc mechanics empIuTcil on menl work- -Some months ago, v ouiit through the Northn-c.it lo employ and bborcrfl to po into Tcnnei and work for Ihe gtTernment at aslipulalcii jricc. A large number of workmen were flticoreil. Rome lime (turinpthelatlerpftrl last month, llie lime for which these men engaged to work in the Cumberland depart- ed, expired, ami Ihe nif-ii informed Iho Superintendent tli.tt they intended (o rein othoir Itoincs. TtV oflrccrs desired tliem lo under Ihuold conlrai-t. lu-y refused to do, that they mid make more at liome. The men wore hen paid llic w.iROfldue them and imnio- intely plnced muter amit withaul a rpbnrttiun nnl stnt Tliey then nd- ind fipcurit r of niii'jfr .tif.Iifi's, nnd in ninkiiij speeches pivinp them credit fls Hie o.g.ni We stion in the (k'lnocralic [i Uo.tlicn will ilo biclter Ii tutry nunital expenditures of tlie oiou-Iilr organize the parly, or elan f the way and IclHuuie other of llieir bcrs do it .Stales nfior Ihe wiir cannot be much in- the country north and south, a little urcr twelre thousand i as some would say twelve billions) of dol. i tin- Sunday Ctirunicln. l.irs. To be precise SI2.U81 (See of J8flO, page 104.) Tw Hill, nnd that the rebel fon-cfi were at Bui- zimi Il-xist Pasn. r.ercrc fisht hail aken Imt a, battle was expected, In the Senate, Saturday, Hie  f Had at Ca IJat ne Kiver, wlnlc o Lillio S. C., hy Ore, afler iU by the al report ftocribinf diariira tdatrijjhnu lulJicn, ami an-ilhei that the ptrptlratora "proba- llie rrlrent to AloxrvnJria, naa complelely routed, Inning 1.400 mpu and a 1 ity nt thf rejnri ir( f quan credit- On the ult.. a rebrl bitlerf, Ijo- lirecn Alexandi-ia ami Fnrt lie lluiiiy, ftrd Hirer, attnekcd a fleet, trorinp a gunboat and a transport, and two other The rebel bnrf made a demund Ihe idrin, with what reimtt in ns n Ilankn br d protection ID T'JrlMr'n Hi'el. Cauhy hatibeen onlt-rcil iu llir tommand of the Hrpartrnqnl of ar.d AiUn- Alrti knotr loaffi Oolil rloMtd ia Tort yesterday at 177. UcaJi'i army the Hapidaa Tnwidiiy uifht, at and Utrmacia a net, mlatatt adricat Cdate not paused the .WtUvrneM, in which battle of CuaacKlIorrille wan fought, and an wpen plain to thf inoTemeata arefureloped in myiilery opinion being that be fell bjtc-L cillier to llaiiorrr Cuurt-Iluune or and another, lhat hn remitaul in his bant Conrt-Huano. The Wlicf in entertained by many at has 11 suked Lee, and is betwtrun bin lia.t i Iraitm. I.idle Ku againal attack. in considered in a r r it Wanhiiisl4in lltal Uen.fJlcrle'a army rcaclieil Little Iloi-k n (tie (ore part uf weak, clohi-ly fwl ntrited by Uuionhld, ir.re left, by Ihe MMa. rHrral h, food or .heller, to Ibc niercien of tl'c JIo.1 uu-n tarmoti, and all l.j. Tljerfl it tateiue indignation taiotl Gen. BulUr auwnj Univn men of Xorth Carolina, who hare a to Waabington lo fur hit m- It ii al Fort re M Monroe that the rebel rami in Korth Carolina waters arr to allack tho Federal gunboala, M'ith- oul w-iitinc for asautante from Und It lui beeu Ity the Committee on Kloctioas that Frank Hlalr ii not entitled to a Iho Ilvaie at Heprcsrntatiren, poaitioa belog awarded to contestant, Mr. Eon. From Heilco we hare nptrla that the 7rmcb haro binm at Oajaca aud Onadalajara, with a tbv latter point nf aad thnt JaUpa it to attacked by Ihe Jnariata. Uuada- lajarft rtory it not credited. naral arc Mockadinj Acapoldo and btrdinf Macallan. catur, Ala., has been by FurreHf and the Rarriwn jiut lo Ihe sword; but il is lieliercd io be a mn.ir.f. Tlic Hoanoakc ram left lhat rirer, nil [jone up B'jme oihpr flow tug into Albemarlc SounJ. Thi< Federal JOM in the riyiiimuuth affair in notr xta'.rd nt about men. Two fatal Occurred On (he LvuiirilieandSaatirillcIUUro.-id Inni week, DO Monday, and the wlher   Il i and Itictunoud. taken pla ,t up tu Wvilneatlay ty hinri Whil JOB niacc trunvpirod it oot knawo, or, at u-fi tuadc pub- lic. Smith, with a Urgu force, Ii.m diaetnblrkcd near Fort Darling, mt thf 1 K Jamta River; Ucr.a. L'uurh and jl'lon rtigrl are rr.ari'hinjf ujj the Shcuadi-ah Val> ley; aad a Ceul of guuboata in mot ing up llir rircra toward! was R rep4rt that Barnaidc Wen dufMtcil Tbaroufttfare Gap ua Monday; bat latci from him uo rirfercucc l rlli from nil sources fo support the Gor- iirnenl and pny inlercil.and we will then Ii? unable tn meet il by pome one hundred :l forty million! 'of dollars. Mr. Cliase, n-erer, is not satisfied with tiiis heavy load bin'tiR plni-cd on Ihe people. Hc deem? il too according (o (lipory 'n- Rrenlly iiirrcasfd. In his Ictle.1, dalgil April IB, J8UI, to Finance (JonimiHeei a wnnt of tho wliitpwaBlui] lialls, dvad and .lylnj: lay. Wounded li-r liavont-tit, shr-lld, and Soinrtjrxlv'g reai Imrne onp .lar _ SoiiiKliml.T'H BO vouiifi and KO ilul limn-, On- I'ri-Iit curl ila Tuir mak-a yuu kti r-st'-vl And ImVi- tin- liinfof'n f.iir I Seen iit Ihcir W.IVCN Cotl Unl! lio wan noinrlxxIvV I. him'HUT census retuniH thoimnn.1 millions of tiiis irns fyr the valu- laticm of tlic slaves in Soulhern Slates, ,aiul whether those Stales, finally leave or arc sulijupnlcd, they are so ilova-tnted impoverished to render Ilium lor nil prac- tical pur] nny assistance in Die ns llic pnipcrly of llic .Soullicrii Slnlro it will Icntc us nl llic Norlli ciglil pny this debt. r rdcr to crnwn, ind perpetrate a miserable cheat ujiou and ilu-ir poMerity. What ns- home men diNplny, on tho if llie nnture of our KOVfirniuciit 1 I'bcir hiilrvi) of tin; Union them lo declare that it ncrer existed. i in Iiii r.-'.reil to Littlf MB A .Wilti Ihc U'.kr kul -I S.ltao in n-puU.- t. A l..ri> lf. in (iic rj.-inilT of LitlU- Liitte Eock, Price'i forces ful- liwinj aad him. The Federals made jtfand at Saline Fork, anj a. acverc place, io which the rebcla were rrpnlae-t, the loMC4 being a boat family tli- ttilrl. moving to join IVici'. '.rl fm to.l, .n i- li...ii. A Noi V.ir tljJU IIj Hitcr, 1'orl.i f ut- 1 that, tr't'-u K jii BoRVrvd hri J, ti-io l-rl r-'fxv ul llirir j; Europwn ilahtf ti AUUui, wuat AIIIU.I HOTS Lyiy unused I thcnittdrcs; tliriflk-Nrt fur llir am] rci-klcHfly improvident of fulun', nioHt of them loaf idly about Ihe anil flllcyn, prowling in Bocn-t pUeen.aud luitng lazily in crowcil hovtls, bei'nnt dens of noitt'inie (tllh, thr too fil t.. eiieendrraiiil rapidly the must lotiOtffiiic ond nuiltynant This liltlc cxlruct is from a military or- ififneil al Nashville, drttinj; out of ;ily all the worlblcsit black that hare been made men, brethren, and citiaenn, hy Old ASc'n pniii'lnumliun, whti nre not in flu- employ of white man. Tlieorder also forbid? nny p i bej-ft in.liviiI.iaU ing lo ii tr> rent properly fo any accord- inpnwo ,i 1 Vounff Olrl 1 i A young gii I. whntc nAine thought lo J Um Ilallet-k, though thin may It'orr'-rl, is DDW in .St. Luuij, harinj been pernuatlrd from liomo by a TilUin. it i> Im.- friendu live in Indiana, a" iiiiformalinn may be h-d, and ihr girl rurd, hy to C. 11. of Mr. litichvtf, DrSoto ll-jma, St. lent and phyniVa] ui In1 und'T coiitMil -.f S'linc i t a r.ici-.if tu W tight anil to flirow a white gorerjinu-nt for! mnd and entirely nnrtlilesii in their new rapacity (in ciiiffnn, ctitilli-tl to votii, holil oJlurn, mid, as sninr niim-c-cnH adctirntf, tir tn.lrry into wliitf What flglo thropy! United niirf llien porli. l.'Kh MM- direct la raltic of I. p" llie ion oflliit Ac ill lAii.U anil lota ,1 Ii Scih-M. The "ili.tl h.ii.l Ini.lonlhe llu-ir i, tSri-. (Hre n lax i-qimi lo one bnirof-ilyjcnfire ex- K-nditnre of Ihc OoTirnncnt IhccxpL'tiiliturv lo hccini) tinm- en nfl Itvu millioiiH, (and Mr. Clm iielf pnlfitliem ntone (honHanil one Inn il :uid (m lia TrvffHtiry Itqmrt, Hoc. lOlli, 18C3, p. 8.) nnl no one lliern less. This would unite ,1 fax upon t lie twenty norllu-m State 'f nix litnulrud iniltiiui ppr atinnni will RMiomi! loa MUM iliiublellien-huli yearly rcvrniief Orrr.it whom .population upnns the c.irlli. Indiflita'H pi-o- por'ion wotild bi Kruntcr than Ihe flm 1 entire properly; anil if to innlm-1 of mr we n.M Rtulf, Coonty, City, and Inxrx f..r all i.nrpnHe-i, jf Mini d, morr Ilian fly niillfontt of ilol- Inrd. IN ihlsmnn Cliace demenled? Can any.niiemnn nitpptiKg the people oflndi- atm rnn pny (10 v million dollam of amiuaHr? Ilurn not Mr. Hiase know llinl uni lie paid nut lir tin.! IK ami peivonal j: nllolhci I of Iho nnnunl ml liy the i I1 !ie taxrn niiiKs r lund nil it. lit- Of 111 r if Ihc Ii vii itinold. fact, becutnea a mere ntioii llm pi'oplc'd properly and will 'holly drprire Ilieni of llmir hoitir. Kifly liHionnof ddltaraii otic ciftlilh of the entire is-ible properly in ilua Stain, nnd ifl.in- coln'a Sci-rriary ii lo have Ills way, in eijthl tinder priiretoi tlierc M ill not n dollar of ibr properly now mvneil by the in the Imiiilii of tin; procnt JIUKKCI- Acl approved United IR'tl.) In July jmily fc-irinR Ih-it the 01 Ihrr after (he rou Thr idr> L (lie Tin- flchtd of Slnlci., ten, cif- and i-ttrpornliotiB for ino- iifyn niiu-e thr of Una M-ar lutlic feilera! lo carry It on .in.! liumilien paid Iu volmil-.Tii of llie will; laimi f.ir itamaKvN done to llie prop pciided opera li pr.-HMonii.il rlur nil h !tfl idra bent held Ilio fanners, Ilial ihi. wan repealed. Stlt-h (tot thr fart. Ity 110 seHlon of ippnivrd July 1, JBC2, lliry only clntnu ill W Dually .l up to Ti-casur l Ic attpntion. The farmers anil In I e unjust a inale unjustly aeni mrinjr nnd t so nhnp- lie more Tlie hiKlu-st l.ix hcinj placed on nncli an the laboring are in pnrclinKt- nnd con- time.M-hile the costly nrliclcs, au.h .in silks, atins, lacen, wincn, AT., in fnr-l all I lial Ihe. lioddyilen tlioir lainilies usually pur- arc mniparntirly liijlilly taxed. I treKunie it is unerese-iry f.ir tu lo nay (o you lhat all Hie duller and 1.ixe.i iniposeil on foreipn ond domestic goods, and all ther articles jmrrhaseil by you, nre paid iy Ihc and hcttrc llic of the Inborinp man, who is sirup- ling to clothe, feed, and educstw liis liltlc ones, ll in Iruehe receives nominally niore in paper money (now worth nbont .15 rcnlA on a fur tin- prodnctu of his labor than he ever did be- fore; bo I some hoiv or other he limit iu ihc end he ic not duing as well, and it JN dilficnlt for him to umlerttand it. lawa have become no burlhenaomc as lo from the rmerly tleumed compel ninny farmem Id al tine iff arlii-lea lhat were f. nil but necessaries of life. yourself Ihe ciucMion, whether yon enjoy .is much of what called the comforts of life aa you did before the commencement of llie pres- ent administration. It is uaiil your reheat, corn, oatn, rye, Ac., Ac-, pay you mora than formerly, bul look on llic other what you arc compelled to p.iy for nil tin- neecs- unricR ol life. .See what you now pay for your sniiar, eitlTec, AT., yi'ir-Iry many of tin-Hi- arli. in- t-MCa hv.i Inni.lred .iml per rent in of Ihe which impoKcd n tin- great n- adiiuiru tin Vdurlaljur, wliirhyi Iliinc ixplnllii- r.'rilK" fur a IDOIIKMI j cnlculnllon, ni In CTCrylhins, in fact, mpeHcd to buy, you find a much inilli.i Iho l -tt bit some ore. I pl rulima ml he ty in llm Treasury, and 'l.nllo.r.-.lann'e.nler- I pi-ople, nix hundrrd f put til floating debt nl u thousand million: more. If you will refer lo the or jnisl lax mr memory a Ii I lie you will find thai al the clone of our In Hi war with and in the wnr with Mexico, il wad found Ilia! Ihe oiilmniidinp debt tit the of each waa very near to NV- 1 faLti iuty ac- 'oiinllhe millionHjipon millinim which liare been stolen from the pay maul em andqttnr- nanters, or by eollvelum and oilier liov- meiil tifteniii, into nlioae hands Ih.- Treasury Depnrlmnil norciisarilr l.art (o mnney lor w ptytncnl. All wo know M thix, the muney lifter beinp approprialed liy ConKrcHS ban berii plAc-ed in ihu handiof pay llm noMiem end ollmr rreditorn of ernnu-nt with tbc view of reducing Ihe debt of Ihc eountry, and we well know llic debt not been no reduced. There is hardly a day bnt Ihe newspaper! relate rani--, of thin kind, and we have ete.ry reason to believe "hen ilia day of sclllcmenl arrives, it will be found that this debt hna been very mticb uudi-rKlalvil in of Hi.- vasl of itrms of tliin niiture, ttbn-h m-e now designedly ronrenled fi'om Ihe public eye. If this it will make Hui debt at tlie end of the (Wn! year about four thousand of ilollarc; wliii-h enor- moiu debt Iian been to Rome rxleui, and now bring rapidly converted into These Dondm arc exempt from taxation and the interest on tliem itmtit be paid in gnld. The of Mr. GhaHc for the fiscal bul aa all Inn other cntimatcn have proved to IPO generally itndemlaled and fallacious, and an the arc rapidly on the in- crease, on-iiiR to the inflation of the eur. rene.y and the conseqiitfi'l prices of all materials of war, Hie Government nww ing lo pay two and in many cases three dollars for which but a time since cost them only one dollar, catmed by their over issue and Ihe depreciation of to say nothing of the increai- cd numbtr bf men, aud quantity of trar ma- terial nent io the field, I think we nre safe in adding at least one hundred and fifty millionn more. Thus ill hare al Ihe end of the year, or nay about t lie time Lincoln's term of office will expire, a debt not much fnan five lIioiiKand million an you fully apprc. U-t, and to cRlimalc and really nndersland what iif Now ciate thin nsloiindinp f.n-l, arid liotr .1; iuch a of money Can you measure in your mind, Ihc size and propor- tions nf thin mountain of debt? To me it Kcenis Jik urccp. It cannot be denied that Hi Hindoo who raises hts ounce of opium thnt i to China, anil buys a pound of lea which finds iin way to England and a penny a pound duly lo llic exchequer, ;tst ns much toward pay i rip the inlcrcsl on lie National drlit of England as Ihc Eng- lishman who dipt out a ncttttleof conl at New Castle. Thun llie immense if her rolonies with llir whole imputation o Hie Knipire, ftomething than two Imn il millions nf people, or ncnr one fourth, of the enlirc population of world, is sillier directly or indirectly nidinj; in pay- ing llie interest on lier >Ta'ional debt, while here Hie burthen will fall >omc twenty millions of people. Riil let w take thaf view of the case and luppoRii our debt nnd taxation no greater than HiciiK, nnd that we are as aide tn pay il an lliey nre; in that any reason rich mortgagor be fatm lie poor imtrlfaeof will l.e to pay nil lie taivn oul ..fills ntrn lulMir froin Intiow illrt, in lo pay the hut! iKMrti-l taiiilloril what will rually aiimtint tn a mil on tbu whole of land. Tlmt Ilk- Shoddy vim bmt made their DftUr.ei out of lliln wnr nliontil fXvorwI lu- be party in pntrerln n-t surprising It !H now a wlio expreleil. In eaj.e op Trpaunrv. nitrl wlm i-ittttrnIlM purelune. that wen> mainly Ihtiii prureiilirij; aii.v romp nun in.- of our t And. when I grair Taint or J lial light wai mj Btrength hinl galda. how dnrerf And Jcj. And my angel M we parlod, Bo pitiont, IMS not Atid wlitfn 1 am gick and W itli (bo lieat tlio dusl oClhr il.iv How the aenneofher worde corns, o'er me olio And I for a patient wiidom, Ai the wiy alone- Till I [read on U.egoM.n thmhold Of wbera it Tb hvn eliitdren aru Imnlmd in tho nuricry And night wmo i> murmuring Bucrcti Apart lw the Iiitpning karei. TIic City onttelitMofld tin Knvl. Rlolitilond, by Insl census, liAtl a popula- tion of Iliirly-ciebi soul's; but (he great influx of civil and military oUlciftb nnd refugees from olh f.irr llic war rotiti ii-d. an.1 wbu UNI dollar and (lip Ii K nn.l Inudly -il.-tul il :ue llir war, (lu ll< of iv  llien in only too familiar lo llm connlry. Around (lio uily nre extending a great ilu- tnnee.on themoNl irnporlanl of which fortift- ealtoiiH were et acted iif the of North, tlir I levied i lhat ill. ipon nl boiidn, liold .ir are rims Iho Ilicir two hundred anil forly or Ilirco hundr.il iiillimii dollnra anniiallr din- lli.-m an in i m Ilicir witlinul a ncvcrc Ih'V liavc a i-pini-ou-i nf lh- nun who control tlir arti..nis of Uial pp.. pic in llir UliUi-d Stales In omclunion Irt you hope in r tin- fiilurc? A dnrk rloml Imvera lieadn tlut In catlier 1ilacknirn lr I havo not tin thought snd tn action. What Iho people nn-d is to lx> awakened tn a If we arc true iur liorrlit-ft; if teate of Iho impending nnMflf tlir men wbo achieved IirTrocmen, we will net fiorlm ifflcultii-e and dangers It ia loo Iritf lhat Hit irnirrwlu. owned io Iftf.l a xorlion nf ind, bap already lont ono lulf of Ilia farm, f who owned cielily lisa forty I, a.nd lltctli'tit m Iwing piti-d up at ptv vf ifr d.ir ot'or aofl, altnro ury. BH! ii llm lialf nt kr no exertion t'> nuf iflf III i-nt and near at more often referred lo thnn ijnoted by Ihe radios In. His Urmneai in made an exetixe fur their llicuNftof menxurci nn alone ralciilnicd to res lore Ihc Union, i. enlled liy Hiem nnli-.TacImiitiian. Thai lie did not hold to coercive mennuren nn Hie unreal (oprcsorviiif; llir Union in shown liy n mere plaucc al writincH. In IIIA farewell ncidre-H, in 1837, occurs Hie followioppaiitapc: "Itut Ihc Union cannot lie preserved and llic CoiiMliliition inninlaiiicd liy thd miiru coercive power confided iu iheccnern! gor- erntniMil. If the HtrnpRlo in r-ver begun and the cil- rnM of onii ceclion ul couiltrv arrayed in arum ngiiinst Ilionn of another in doubl- ful lei ilic icsult ae it innj, TMKHK WILL UK AN 'J'O TIIK UNION, and wilh il AN KM) TO Till-; HOPES OF FUKKMKNI 'J'ho victory of Hievieliirit would nut necnre lo Ilieni Iho of liberty. Il would Ihcir IRH, bnl they would tlicniBalvcH in the i uin. Itut each Slfile linn (lie unfjnemtifmnhle right to reguinle itn own internal conctTiia according (o ita own jilcasure; and while it not interfere willi the riphu of tho Union, every Slate be (he nole judge Ihc meauuren proper to secure the nafely if iln own cilisttim and prumoln tlieir b.iji- AH on the part of Iho peo- of oilier to L-nst odium iijion their natitulions. and nil nieasurcn en leu U led lo disturb tlieir righll of projieity, or lo put in wpardy their peace and inlcinal trancjuil- ity, are in direct opposition lo the xpirit ii whi.-li tho Union n-iintortncd, ami most danger its safely." Wit From the Pulpit. It it roljlod ofa ccrUm Kngland dirine. wtio llouriiluil not many yearn and miUrinionm! n-bitionn urr not lo ham 1-i-cii ollliv tnoKlagrt-raliln kind, ItialunuSuliballi morning, while rending to (lie of tlic supper, in uliicli mx'iirn thin ago: "And wnolher aaid I luru Ixiui-lit lii'ttyolta olo.xcn, und I go lo pnivi-Ilicm 1 pray Ilicc linvrincexeured And tuirtthvrtaid 1 bnvo mar- ried a. wife, anil Iliercrorc runiuU tiud- dun'v juuni-d al end of verse, dnw off his nnd hcarcro, lid, with cmplilmis, "Tho fact my brotbirn, ie wiiiiiAn can draw a man furilii-r frotn tha kinednin of heaven '1 he liat panned around in a ccrUin, eon. After nf Cbr rCnKb.ll idvd to lUo ministcr, wlm, lit (ray, Lad pulpiU" willj, (Iiu preachtr, anil lu> found not a. in it- lit inverted llnj. over llic pulpit cvshJon indi it, lhal etnptinciB tuicbtbc I lien raising eyed toward llio lia czclaimnl, with great ttr vAr, "I (hat I gol luck myhul three millioni o( .11 wveipU into Ihu Tw lliy efT..rt to T Will y Uom tlir danpcl i' now too Tti'm paraliz ntf plra taanjr ft pconlv whom rtRirt i (lo to work then in p Tli in tl lltii- elxellnn U fir llit> ra-mt important lo u lhal over orcan lalieplaen. Vinil your Itci'ii'iliean ml hit and int-n l.ir .11 tin, tliivn. .tod thnn if they will for onon lay rAUrr ill q or Ihc liatlle of OJualec. Ha-, Dupor, of Co, 7lli C. irns in llii back of tln> head and killed. evidently liy lotnuonuin ranks, and nunpicion foil upon ft flulmlitiltnAiradrafted nail, John Itotvky.oflliL-iiamreftmpany, who quarrel nitli Dujviy tweii nUI.'bcfl liy liln- Sergeant Urous oliirgcd tW wlicn lie ciinrrggcd it, and n-portwl 't'fl him made Ikir following Srr-.MMl, I did kill JJujKiy ntc (.n Si Ilclfiia I Hwore iTcvrr pot a rlunrn I'd kill him 1 had ono at Olunleu. kiid I' killed liim. Nor lir the only man I killed or eauied U> die. I rut ou.t Uic ot Bailor a gunlMtal thin war lirgun and tilled, hr New wliieh camed iny fcrnllr and pfia ihe only "nn llutt evert cmMix) Siinco itm 1 lime ffir am niK'i'n. Wtiuu un pickclt I aro DnjMiy land a littl- war id Html, hit (ill mid thy hullvt Itole in rnMiriid. At t) iff hi. when in my dnumn, lie in tliffe nnd hloody.   

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