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   M'kean County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 30, 1864, Smethport, Pennsylvania                                S fii s 3 S OD in Interiiinrrlagr of The Ohio Legislature has a sensible law forh tirnairiase jn I are ljd by Wendell Phillips and proper and sensible law and otner we to il Kates cf Divertouih is practiced by tie i Of hr 2 al Kines s repotted that Scott has Hid our hardest lighting be that the rebels believe they can meet as even talk of in i our Taking things into con theie indeed obligations do nc t reit upon allj Hare run o in nro flnnnrie I i the price but bv r ae great nut only by flnnnrie Vn T AV i nur IViis ibal til Ihf Illhln t I perished fiist coiisirs approxi T a i to what we have we must oveilook Ihe condition of Mexican I Irench have stakcdso much upon holding iship out a A nnanomions vute ol the j House of proclaims them our purpose to auhere In the Monroe Doctrine I nni and Ihe are greatly lhe rise in gold H It is but Serietaiv bn icsorted loall expedients lo luvor of Iheirjil down and il is said h itv give dtion 7 1 fore lo he action of a portion of tha l upon Ihe taxing of United Slates bonds L winiKN h incy linowr Bur I hi Rnnan unperiorily OUT Hie civil poieny liws and thir of ey rmnnage they ure ifTTe and f Then will cjnicommulons iud labor and Ih ul pinjMTly the bu fiurn di bv railroads wild Y it is eithle i Ktii lo be the horror and claim to sup mrk each i n oiir V lklr o one can in other things being nl Hi meanest blood who can do curplHely The of below the geneial ae some ol them vastly impntency are invariable Old KcXcftll Pa on these onj I IP iirptible Inlermaru igof cous il H from I ihough of course 1ss rep be in uiih similar results to I I i 01 1 ii nr iv 1 is nt he of different lhat like the has onlv a limited eannenv Ml Th princely offspring of royal for generations this fit uf am which has sunk the Nation inl a extravagant fever there will come the nnd fainting which always Mlow nich that we fear it close upon is the Tax Titles to Insenlcil Money is sn abundant thai our citizens are and real esiale especially in nmerons injlliries to the title lo lhe lawol of I in acquired by lhe organization but it Fes made in conformity with Ihe laws of ii vicious in lhe We had avcloM faith anil almost believe that Ihe linn has undertaken what it cannot do and Ihey Ihe 01 ly to be hoped irmn thwar is lost by Ihe imbecility wickedness of in Whenever this becomes uller as it Mely before the who hive o sharnelnlly misapplied resources ol Ih he bes of patriotwere traduced nnd Silently ol approvingly the Republican assented or urged On the Ministers who occupied Ihe of Christian np plainled the it should have been iheir business lo Their pulpits nnd toslii up In the nnme nf Christ and Liberty they practically outraged both A Printer politicians to a knowledge Ior a number ol years wellknown and revival of Democratic convert I pjpuiar lake Uapiam was in the habit of morals of the D the during and in Ihe in he wniild olten drop in and up an I mportnnt marine just in keep his hand In he bad command one of tho Heel f vessels that left ibis porl direct fur the lirit sh ie found himself one evening in the Harbor ol After a long and sioriny Oneral during his stay at M captured a rebel in which wa ridi a natp from J chaplain o the Georgia lo his broil er and IVuijrew was left behin oriiIprtnlVng soldiers after the ba suit of his experience at the Hesay nil resembles tl mulato of fclioning cf points ii lint radically different Suriemn Court define PJlWiilClUS FOH Tin c 1 cf iLd its pirenu in has i the nature and value of such lilies as feeble te have ben pronounced Liln with tiire has fre can no r lace han she could l that the When which is tin subiect of is for ve birth n Id w whatever it may b till of lhe ne that was and in which he found was the marine paper of lhe He inade his way to the composing of as he would have done in his own coun and lold ihe man in charge that be had an important interesting irnarine II was informed lhat it was too the men hrii all gone uml Ihal it could mil he set The captain lold him il mini as ii was highly nnd lhat if lhe I whether il be assessed in his name and the mulatto off in I u or ol a stranger shortens Hie lile cf he whoae name it i has nut nny Strath vs atts A ale ol land fur vesls th of blood I hi nnd mating wilh mulattoes I 1 fc and however closely ihe latter ap ale ol unseated land fur vests Ih to our thouldbe slernlv pro in Ihe lj hibiled by legislative for botb are1 tclinicn ol all claimanls lo ihe land o licious and jiijuiriout to the a fiil 2 I Niptrl i 1 it MISS r IIAIiLAMl VlUiiJXIA TCIUX iti I nuii have I I IlltTil I v ut i r wlai h tlny iv ill Hi A RY liiitlt1 mii ti Ill Jlli IOi til ili Ki mil Markol A MACllINIlOKAlIS nf f in conRici ivitli lhe oni Ifi nnj nviliipiioil ll i willi niul roinolo brunchs or of our Iliu innre and tiio pyo wilh ihs bcsl blooil of Mr it in tho inln our us vvri are doubtless ilftinci1 lo the noblest and grandiSI the world ever the il the bidenug and impious lunacy really if Iho fLbilj slimiM In ihe populaiion of Iho Sonlh and four millions inforior of all the races distorted Where a piece of land is and sold to ol it is who was thi 7 A sale by thu is a sale b and the purchaser is no bound lo show anything but his Huston loa 1 reaffirmed in Kiilipatnck 1 and Where unsealed laiil is sold at Treasures and bought by the and unqualified litli is acquired after live Kilpatrick and Thact of ISIS applies as well to sale to the Commissioners as individuals after five years have therefore without redemp ntn a common condition wiili tweuiyfivc lion the commissioners hold it millions ol our wilh the consequent is not necessary or them to prove that the di nl bluol as well ai then wishali not only commit national but degenerate ino hordes ol thn oiilnit niil mot degraded mongrel Ihis word has ever and finally become a In the white men ol Rut will not happen this young nd American people will soon the frightful Kull towuriU which iny un1 and when hiy rections of the law bpen complied Ietiis 1 e a 10 Il land is though the sale is good if it assessed by the assessor ol a ditlorent the purchaser is Hublrr a and No action can In brought for Ihe recovery of land sold by the Treasurer lor taxes after years Irom tba delivery of the whether the proceedings were regular or irre foreman would show hi im a an 1 give nothing thoil of our complete our entire fcubjuiatioii they are boll resolved Tho only bclweel tinill i as lo the policy of ronducting lhe war him a litwould do it incredulous and thought him a little the upper but con him while he pursuei They want Ihe war lo humor his and so gave him lo resion the They want i Ihe recjiiireil and on his pot dged on what they tnnn roiiililutionul prjn feet astonishment lo see on Aintiicaii sailor j anil I am of opinion lhat the Dem pilch in to type In a lew niin re the most furmidableenemies we have 1 learned while North tint we hove n friends there ilany at alii ro few that the ran he of no benefit lo There ore two crenl parties Democrats Ilepubli both are lu favor r prosecuting and will bo satisfied win The Democrats oppose hiiteily Abe Lincolns emancipation and will never unite with Jnlin prefented to the astonish cv lo Set in power it would ed in coirect and an i u renewal Ol Ihe nnd all its past 11 Ihnt was of value to ihe When I anil The best tiling loieman quietly asked him how le lo set He coolly implied that is nnlhing Everybody knows how o set type in Something1 for us will be the continuation of tho Repub lican There is a good deal in the ubovo lhat is Ifthe democrats were lo iixsume lhe I responsibilties of Ihe Ihey could I not even think ol closing ihe upon j other basis than the nluolule rettoraliun I ol the No doubt such ol the fioiithcrn a peaceful of the Union rally ilenred onil had the people nf alter n frre Bnd lo form the So hem at the timt so of the ing Republiran journali told then sood President Govemor and nearly nil of openly favored i convention ol the which and which us Ihe s nvt hml poiver to decree a penreful ilisno ulionollhe There it the Clevplnnnd Plain Dial ileclaration of Ho io iieelcy that nut but PlTsi enh nnd nearly Hrpub iam in favor of a peaceful dissolution I the nveri lhat itf fo told the it if deilmation totne lima hut H in of Thre not a loyal sheet in the mniry vtliich will have the 10 deny at iiieley hai row inado free confession of i guilty complicity viiih Suiilhein il Lincoln U hen it ii innenilierril that the n loaders in uhellinu arc charged with U rcen plotting the preat revolt lor it be graven in characlcrt nf fire upon e mmoiy of the American lhat with I iojn of the ombf fc the thro eir them lhat 2ht peacefully The nlrong fact nonollulpil by IhinronfiMlnn it thai IhelU iliinn party really the illiiiption of glorious Union it indeiitly thliitnl for ivivion of the rather than thcrs uhl be any further participation ol the Ih in Wo have now very key to the ami slavery which wasjomentod by radical journals and slump It spuing mm no genuine hatred nnd no genuine philantl mpv the but n mere engine used lu bringabout a This wan the real object ol tlm so ollen p epared by IVeudell 1hillips to show that both North and would be belteted by dissolving political Thii was he object Lin colns argument in favor of the right of even a Mgmenl uf a State lo revolu This was tlie object of Iho bitter in in Congress against the wind ins up with the taunt that the South could not be kicked uut odlie Fur this ohject nich men as Thompson were imported to widen the such as tho per bills made and Ihe uolnh enthusiast John Ilrown urged on lo hit nad raid in U may bo asked nn hiought about a changi in lhe tenlimentii il these reply that theie no real The terrible leeoil after the firing scared the and the dent to Ibe make them lor the pre nt prate of but ut heart they are as mest and absolute trailurs as they ever abolition ol slavery is arnalgmna gulai and whether lhe purchaser had enleied Parish and ion of the blind ol children with ih u d sooty may God have ncrey on who have djluiled and oul fur they will have THE TIIMS CASK IN 0 TO ni will a valuable tlie cure nf all Throat unil ol by their ICiigs New had 111United Slates so diiinnl a prnp ct as at ihis It was bad ibreyear ago Ibe com ma inln il redised all for s tiling Ibe difficulty wilh I lie South It ihi next and it con In worse ever i inciineniy down lo QUO hundred and wilh the of Ihe cnimtiy tiied to its utmost leiisinn to recruit otir ar will a complele want of ronlMence in ih ability ol the a full kiiivt lhat lhe present if 1111 is pnrinineiit defeat to lhe pros pect i gloomy Wilh Lincoln ling all his energies lo lhe consummation his greal a re election Chase in defeat nnd elect himself Sew ard endeavoiing to secure undei one another four years of letter and the injurily in Congreu limply doing as they modifieil by Mmck S A sale olunseated hinds for taxes will pass the though in a wrong iiainc or by a wrong if otherwise designated so ns to be capable of and Ihe designation xvill be if it afford the means ol ilcntifiration and do not positively mislead ihe S Replevin cannot he maintained by the form er owner ag linst the purchaser for timber cut between the time of sale and that of redemp Cromelien S The record nf the afknovvledgenv nt of a Treasurers for unseated land kept in the Oout ol when Ihe ded itself is is evidence of the existence ot the Iteinboth Xeibe Run Improvement 130 A Treasures for taxes of a part of a tract of a conveyance of that designating Ihe but the is ami an unrestricted choice of locality to the is a necessaiy incident ol Coxe 1 A sale by the commissioners is irredeema See 9th Section of the act of 13th of ISlSj Purdons a member of Congress from made a speech in Ihe House of restoration ol the he other Hetook the position that i or wlo despair ol a southern confederacy late of public opinion North and South that the Democratic party should uch that n reunion was impossiblelhat we i sllrcJ lil presidential oust either subjugate nnd exterminate lniehl which outhern people or their i ill all ependence and that he preferredthe former P whonle Ifroying Ihe es thc Tpon Ihis Collar i ol a new cunMeraty from introduced of expulsion of hope for relenion of the gainst the saip What is good respect ing Ihis act of is some of the j Republicmi Newspapers ol the city of New Voil in very severo Colfaxs The Time advocates the rijht LOHJ lo express the opinions he and censuies the Republicans for at empiing to prohibit freedom of So it scorns that the temper of tho Abolition press is that some of thm have learned this show that Denmcmlic principles me gaining Raiy we luok upon this as something very Suppose it is as Long Ilia the alternative is what he is it not a fact that should be known We think there is much to show his positions If two considerations present themselves to the people of Ihe Noith Is il risht lo annihilate the whole people of the Sec Is it in our power to do We tinlictia linglv nnswer these questions in the Our finances are now in a desperate condition our taxes very onorous our resources for men materially Weeds ot mourning are worn by almost ev ery laniilv turtle Clippies It is u earful thing lo look upon the desolation and miseiy the war has already 1 is a gloomy view lo contemplate that for gene n party n powe tnstc an atom when you ore not huntjiy it is Never hire servants ID in as or anything Never speak ot your father as the old Never leply to the epithets of 3 u fool or a Never speak contemptuously of Never ahuse one who WJs once your bosom however bitter Never smile at the expense of your religion or your Never stand nt the corner of a Never iuiult Never eM between following incident was re lated by a Lontederdte to un attend who by acts of kindness had won his confidence I was searching for spoils among dead and upon a deseited when 1 discovered a small grid locket upon Ihe person ol a ilying appaiently about years of Ail endeavored to loose it from his opened and implored in by all liial was good and by the mem ory of my own not lo rob him of sis LOVABLE According ton ol nnd nn I IIP olhtr sitle of Uio cettniii cornbinalions of a circles triangle il prnitucfl n type of female This ma rnfiicing lovelU S lo a We ve consiJerfrl a wonderful yet nover suspected fhat lliU tho p Hut prhnps the theory u only A honp U a Iho Ktiiienic is n and Ie fntihionablo cluiilvs arc nil ossllily the nvw theorists intend it to be tlerstooil that with a giod looking yiil constilule tho lean Matt of ffmiiniiif If we tJonl wilh The Theory pnps on to lhe geometrical must bit En accord wilh reitniii hnrmonlc propoi lions existing in musicj from Inch we infer Hint n lady hcouliful np peais io most when dancing to Ihtf sound of ii or o Our own notion of a truly luvullt iorie nlhtr is really is not mathfl it nmy haiminy ami especially of There to us the woids of another women of maidenly rut y to wing up in the practice of of tender houietiold of and ot pleaiani At tliry set thenuelves ti Liko poittct music uiito noljlo worJi M ISyton biinus liofore ui me image of one of this sweet eisierhomj In half a her Tlic nucleus bv her aoQfr of tlm purity of Thn thu uiurio lireatliiug in in lier fice The heiiri whoso nte the oh that ivJ was in imdl a One this style of lady in the in n porkpie hut with a bland colored nr dl the opera heavily fettered wilh She does not divide her dnurs info threw one to one tu nnd one to Shu nevrrccolda and when she Happy he who wins such u MO man lur bin and a line nun be be to deserve No peripatetic tailors iliniv no sell F xhibilionist wilh bandolined moustache and redolent of should come between lhe wind and her the pcoplo giojn under laxtS ters Oh was her last it imposts and without fully 1 promised sho kissed my LIMIJJS niul positions we much at that I would alvvuyti wear to sustain That he did but bis duty in stating his convictions is too plain to admit of a Before Iho war commenced it was tho duty of every one lo examine its probable nnd the and to decide upon the wisdom or folly of entering into There bos been no nor crtn there be while il that near my in life cr Then as if throwing his whole sou into Ibe he ex claimed 0 Touch not my sisters As the last faltered upon his his voice hushed in By the dim light of ihe I hastily scraped a shallow and buried him with his sisters picture lying upon his wUe men tagely re is a good deal of human nature in It out occaiionally in One ot the urchins in Ihe schoolship Muisachu wjs visited by a kind The IittU fellow was aufferinj and the visitor asked him if she conKI do anything for replied the you have a story asked in swend tho road from tbu Bible read about and the lady The next day the visit was and again thi boy nekeil the lady to Shall I read from the she was the reply i Im better lo dayj readme a   

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