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   M'kean County Democrat (Newspaper) - August 27, 1864, Smethport, Pennsylvania                                County PUBLISHED iVSJlY SATURDAY MKEAN coBNin or PUBLIC MKEAN AUGUST tHUU it 00 tola f Katei of 00 tt ti 20 00 1J 00 20 00 18 00 of 13 lines or 3 1 SO 25 ioens with oo faleerflfare work will be double the above UDM Brtricr or eight lines b rated a ftr Urrts be rtrlcliy tdttred THE Je are tatrt onear oar neat and Great Ood can tbii The borne of the brtra And the land of tbe Justness CORNER MAIN STREET AMERICAN Neir tbt Pusnrngar Porters wilt ha In Attendance on the arrival of eacb to take charge of Uagge and condnet gnestl to the Dfilerin Prj Uirdv tre Ac rid oftlio Iubltc Audits all fur tba We are taied on onr onr and oar On onr on onr onr brooms and onr We are Used on tba ooBini In vblah III And 111 all for JTe ire tated nn all goods br We are fated on the Bible that mints ns to And when we asesedt to the heavenlv Iftnev stick a stamp on our ml Its all for ths Bot tats ts nnt tn monev atone Does the elato np bla If jton harnt body must REPUBLICANS AUD REBELS THE CAUSE OP THE Stripped of all sophistry ind tbe direct ciuse of the war it presented itrell lo the honest and patriotic citizens of the North wai limply thir Certain or ntter a portion tfiht in etrtain statrst or prttfttsttt one month all Terr welt idIta all for the And If tilled In An can ton tell Just nhal It To elaet oldAbe Lincoln and all bis black boat hundred thounndofoer nations but lUve been and their bodjn He ander tba And Its all for the And theft theres TWO TBOCBJTB uij Has been stolen and pent In thin nnbolr And poor men wbebare worked for tea rearii Aad nart sired np three ttoten at And ita ll for the BTBOK Atronnar it MKean Agent for Keating Cos Auenda tit of LUIma Kisminitlon ol Lin i Iirmeot nf and all Lalneil rota t ng to Heal Office m Ilamlin TAMVGR JteKean Pa THE SGBSIMIIUKR flatters from Moiii tbatie cinnot be in itn atlentloti wlllbe paiaioCtlSTOM For the convftnieirce of those Jiving it a distance ivishiitf to haveitannineon sharM irranjementi have been raetle with Dol it Port who will fate the de livery ol will be re turned to his when The largest price will paid for eith er in or left at Dollere or my Entire satjefaction Cohnected with my tunnety I have a Rioti bhoe and Harness THE SUBSCRIBER announces to the Public that ha hos purchused the stock of the sa loon forcrerly kept by West side of Public where he is prepared to refresh the inner man MIADK AND National Intrlllsmar that a gentleman a few djys was wandering over the around re cently occupied by a portion of Earlys engaged in the Siege of picked up the nnlu book of a Confederate 90 Hier among other the fol lowing bitof lyrical poetry Quoth Meare to you tell In the shortest style of When people will All fill Of thia bigjob of fijhtinj Qjoth Leito 1 Itt tell you in a When Icfirlatora And speculators Are marie to rnter On WHAT ART is related that one day last week a redfaced wo with a porters load nf eipennlre finery upon her entered the Urgent jVwelry store in New and inquiring for assortment of were spread before From these she selected three thousand five hundred dollars worth which ebe ed might lent to her house with the The Clerk would find her hulband it to lhat injury would to thtir righti md property from tkt tlrValioit fiartieiitar party to Although the Constitution and the actual condition of the government provided them with t peaceable and lure protection against the apprehended tbey prepared to leek security in the destruction of the govern ment which Could protect and in the of agjtnst national holding i na tional To efface the Insult offered to our to ttvtonrselvei from the fite of the divided republic of Italy and South to preserve our government from to enforce ill just power and to maintiin onr vety eiiitence n i these were the came which Impelled ill to draw the MtCltllani Welt Point The matchless tribute of honor and affVc lien paid by the first soldier olhis time to the noble dead of our national has thrown the Tntttni into a pirozysn of It characterises this splendid eulogy 11 I cuttle fish an aitempt to muddle and myi General McCtzLLAsi mo eit ilatf mentof his own opinion of the cause ef there belliofi actually brings the Irothy mucus to the nose and mouth ol our In this agony of the TrUmni denies the cor rectneS of Oeneral and asserts that the engintrrs of rebellion desned and labored for the very Republican ttiumph rf I860 which is here made Ibe cause of theory of lie be correct nnd we admit tint it the candidacy of LLICOLN in and his election to he Presi were in the intereit of sression and re and ell who promoted the lucres ol the Republican ticket at the last presidential permitted to testify in a loyal because heT is a citizen of lecerled ind thus onder decisions of the federal in ilier enemy of the United States but if the Triinnt will waive the objection of we will cal to the stand one of 1ennes Thia bad on Decem ber to i in Ike Senate of the United in reference to the very qnestior now under In that while denouncing exercise of the pre tended right of secession as a remedy for the existing he went very fully into the direct causes of the threatened land into inquiry of which section was most at He proclaimed his and that of hia to fight the battle between the North South in the not out of He said that Tennessee cid not intend to go and who have violated the atliledi with all the delicacei usually kept at REST AURA first FRESH OYSTERS to either or Thosj who favor me with their patronage shall no cause to either as pricej WORDES Sept PROSPECTUS FOR THE SAMDAVlraiNG Iht oldeit and bell of the ThsPeoprtotorsot Satttday Evening nowiuite FarryMirJ would nlniplr an nounce In their Pmnpectnn for that thoj tut ireeklr the Uiheharaoterithaaal readj acquired as A Kirw4 Class Literary Paper Tbj have reuon to belle ie that the atonti of 4 author of MISS MAH10N author of ic HISS VIltQINIA TOWN 8BN and numerous other azcellent writers haro been generally ta poiieaning tha greatest merit and i tbe roost abnurbing intereat and tbjy procuriug TA Pojin thfi as in and other teurary ffovtltiei which they can possibly Tbay inland cemmencing in tbe flrat sacer in January A NEW BY of advamtt ro HI from aai will be the length uf Pride and j Ettit la addltiou to tue written einrensly tor Tfit Kditor ftlflo strives to its reaifrs the Vast Qtorlei from tba and giraa in ltd ollton to the aol more or Atirlout taral with n u4 Uirkot erory vcck SEWING MAOHINK GRATIS ft wiltfftvi to nnrperon sanding tblrtvunbicrlpUons tnTlii Poll nd8lty one of Wfietltr ijflila Ctttbrattd Stwing nn tliey sail for tortrara Tbt maoiiluea will ba new the urinufiictnry in New boxer and for freetof exteption In ror thla Premium we pre fer that tho thirty lubierlbora should bo procured at tbe regular tarrns of Two Dotlarj for bnt tbla cannot ba they may ba nrocurred at our club an I batiinca of ttia Sixty forwarded to UK in oMh by tlia derilrinv tha The paper Will le ten to ilifirtnt fast son natnuit aboulliiend them with the money AS ant AA obtained ao that the subdcrlbara may begin at bnea to ractfire nnl not bQcomu with tilt When tba whole qgmber of names thir and the amount of money Sixty is re tLe macblon will be ilulr forwarded TERMS CASH IN 1 one n OU 4 one 0 00 B to getterup of andono togetterup of ooljr of Tae Pott and cos of Ladys and he would pay for A pen and card were banded to ind she wai re quested lo write her She her broad face turned from red to and in great she made her mark a big cross on the and tossing it to the I haint time to but I guess hell know The illiterate queen of diamonds was a contractors FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND hun dred thousand more men are waniej by Lincoln to carry on Ihe we to finish the The rebellion has been crushed fay three hundred thousand more teveral and its hungry maw n iw calls for five hundred thousand What be comes of all these three and five hundred thou sand more that ire called for oftener tbsn the sun crosses the equator Some of them are still in the but where are the balance the battle the and the million of gravel that enrich the southern where Already two millions of men have been called and A greater army than wai ever marshalled under a civili zed banner and atill five hun dred thouiind cro The whole number of rotes lhat Abrsliam Lincoln ed in 1860 wai in round numbers one million eight hundred and sixtythree He his had a soldier for erery vote he and one half of them hive rone to their or one home disabled in limbs or broken in to waste away tae miierable remnant of Iheir lives in pain and five hundred ibtusand more iri to be dragged from their homes and if PEACE Grerley publishes lection were aideri end ibettors ol civil 4 It was to this end that they the engineers forced throuph the Senate nf that year 1860 the Davis platform whereby Douglas and his lilends were virtually read out ol the Democratic It wae to this end that they dcllbrately determinedly completed Ihe overthrow ol that party by bolting from Ihe Charleston convention and nominating and Lane igalnt Douglas and All through the we Repub lican recognized ami treated tbe bolters as our virtual nnd powetlul And through their we had elected Lincoln and our triumph was nowhere more gen erally or openly exulted over than in Charle tbe fountain and focui of the rebell Could anything be more explicit than thii admission of the thst in I860 it was following in last Fridays The telegraphic storii concerning Peace conference tt Niagara Falls haveta slender foundation in but most of Ihe details are very wide of the The Editor of this paper bai taken in and been privy to no further or other negotitions than were fully authorized and more than authorized thesn related solely lo bringing the antagonists face to fuce in amicable rather than belligerent with a view to the initiation of an earnest ef fort for to beprosecuteit at Washington The movement has had no immediate Of course ill reports that the writer bak been engaged or or discussing by terms or basil o Peace whether with accredited agents of the Rirh mond authorities or ale utterly mistak He has never had the slightest authori zmion to do anything of the sort and he is quite aware of those provisions of luw which reUte lo volunteer negotiators wilh public en Those provision he heartily approves an ia nowiie inclined to More than thishe does not as jet feel at liberty lo Hate though he aoon may All that he can now add is his genera Inference that Ihe pacification of our country ii neithor so dificult noriodiilant ai seems tu gen erally nf register of tne treasury is slid lobe in Ihe posscision of facti connected wilh ihnt ment which would startle Ihe if made it be CRAWFORD large Democratee meeting was held day of August at which strong and bold resolution were denouncing Ihe preient corrupt id and favoring peace upon constitutional but a minority of the southern small but industrious nest of secessionists and cnn desired and labored for separa tion from the people of the ffurlhl These bad men in tbe South had Iheir counterpart in GAKEISOK and of the They were persistent and So were and are the clique head ed by nnd The large mass of the South was hostile to these just as Ihe best of the Republican in its early was in antagoniim with and Tary in what the Tribune calls the Engineers of the in the they found an effec tive ally in AntiAiuM They had their headquarters in from which the Trikuni came open exultation over the Republican victory of How did it happen that these few conspira scattered throuib the were able to gain victory over the masses of the Southern and to chain to Ihe car of rebellion auch men as others It was simply by persistent representation lhat the Republican parly intended to destroy their properly and make it valueless and General is exact in statement when he says that fear nf this destruction of vested rights was tbe direct cause of the The remote cauie have ai the Tribune the labor of YANCEY and but the cause ii that given at Weat Tbe engineers of rebellion at the South in flamed tbe southern people by pointing to the of men in the North lo strike at the eq uality of the by pulling the institulione of Ihe South under tbe ban Union lu the either in the pmage of what ore denominated peretriil liberty or by their refusal to execute the fugitive slave having violated the instrument that bindi us must go and not That looks very much like driving New Eng land nut nf the JOHNSON then went on to say In fighting this t shall do it upon the basis laid down by portion nf the people of my own in a large and very intelligent A Committee of tho most intelli gent men In the country in tho shape ol tu this tht upon I intend to fight this grtat tattle FOB OUR They reported this resolution That we deeply sympathize with our slater Southern and freely admit lhat there is good rune for disfatialaclron and complaint on their ON ACCOUSTOF THE KB CENT ELECTION OF FECTtoIUL CAKDIDATKS THE r AND VICEPRLilDENCV OF THE ED yet we as a portion of the people nf a slaveholding are nnt for e or breaking up the Union of these until every fair and honorable means has been ex hausted in trying to obtain on the part of the nonslavehohling a compliance with the pirit letter of the and all ils guarantee and when this ahull have been done and tha states now IN OPEN against the laws of Ihe Unitvd in refus ing to execute the fugitive slave per sist in their present unconstitutional and the federal government shall tail or tn execute he laws in good the gove rnment will not have accomplished the greitt design of ita and will in be a practical disolution and all the states as RELEASED mow THE COMPACT WHICH ronaiKD THE in our we can more success fully resist Ihe black Republi by remaining within the than we ran by going out ol ii and more eipecially while there is a majority efboth branches of the National Legislature opposed to ind the Supreme Court of the United Stitu ii on Ihe law and Ihe That we are not willing to abandon our them friends who have stond by the Constitu tion of the United and in Minding by it have vindicated our and ir their vin WAR OR There is now In the field two csmliJates for the The parties putting them in nomination declare they are form intermina ble war if it requires it to effect the purpose thy have in which is the subjugation of the seceded of lebel prop of their land end tht entire government of the said States as In fact the holding of them by military There will be another candidate in the end he will the candidate of the Democrat ic and the parly putting him in nomina tion will lake itsue with the Whst will be its platform Will it be for a peaceable so lution of the questions about which the North and South are contending We helleoa it and thnt it will be for We know that there are many themselves believing that the war is certain destruction to the and cm result in the luljtigltlon of the who yet imagine that the people arc Dot sufficiently informed to tee it in Its true and theftlore want wir They are mosfly politicians or their are not to be regarded as speaking for the mass of the parly or ai wiie director of They wonM go fo which mnij be a war for and lall ila war to rtitore the That is to they are for subduing by force of oblige it to iccept of their ind come isck and be whipped and con Itiered Between the two there ii no iflerence as lo the meinn to end our uartl an for each for each for half million rf men annually from ur already sorely ilepletJ Each lor expending a thousand mill ons and ol adding to our burthened million the necessa ry sums to keep it Each are lor conlin 23 The Secret History of lUd 1 will clow thii already long litter 1 brirf history of I milter nettt ftt folly let before the Iti importance wilt beBinii frit without In thl litter fwtt ef the rebel OHM writ of the MiHiteiffi wn particularly General hid eeptuted Little ind obtiineJ etntrtt of almost the entire country north oftbt Rttf General Banki hid c a pi and occupied severs point on Iht Teilt with United Stale force igement of tht i dication have been uruclc dow and in their we cannot and Will not by seceding or otherwise breaking up Ihe Union With thii we close the cme for to Republican Papers on the Prospects of Tbe Military The Washington correspondent of tbe Spring fiell write as followsi efforts to confiscate slave property in transit through the the possession of during tuch transit wai guaranteed by the lame constitutional provision which lecured lo the citizina of the North the right to go with their or other domestic through the Southern States to acts or nullifying the right of reclamation of lugiti from ser vice to a system of imitation and propagandist by moans ol incorporated and for the purpoe of preaching at the North a crusade against the institution of the people nf the Southern Slates to Iho open avowal by LINCOLN that slave and Ireelabor states could not co exist in the inme Union fo the nominaiion of tho author of thii sentiment to be candidate of these Republican agitators for the presidency lo his election by a purely sectional If ABRAHAM after his had utteied mere worth of conciliation calculated to to allay discontent among Inyal southern secession of the inlmccn states would have been nnd Company not have controlled one ha If I he cotton South and Mississippi would have stnod As it a majority of the people of Virsinii never favored or voted for LINCOLN seemed to dur na wioer of but one model or executive and thit was GEnnen the Third of Knulandj It is LINCOLN bided South tn make secession ol the states and then grou ted I into a compactconfederate Seneral McCLCLfciN has a witness In his be whose testimony In this as an the Trilunt cannot very well question or impeach juit nowIt may ba objected lhat luo witneii ciunot called to the ind The rebels claim thnt they have bed a ser ies cf since the present the present year and no defeats to The rebel papers know very well how lo and when to lie but on the they fo not quite equal our Look into almost any of our and you will see that Grants successes are the theme nf daily One would think to read them thai the march upon Richmond had been crowned with im nvtnse victoriel nnd that Lee wai holding his breath in mortal terror ol his What are Ihe Simply these Grant has filly thousand men has fought pluckily wilh Inflicting heavy losses upon Ihe and is in fronr ol He has not en the and has or three times attempted a general been These are the simple facts oltbe situation yet senseleis have been describingbril liant victories as if the canpsign was The fact is that the campaign has just and lhat nothing that has yet transpircdis in dicative of Iho Thera Is cnue for unless it be fur those foolish peo ple who expected that this great conflict con d be entire settled by the Fourth of Lincoln too friend of his two rr three days go If Ornnt clean the rebels out if Virginia wi I be uing to ravage and destroy propeity to eflsct its They differ about Ihe poli cy to be puriued towarualhe suVjected about proclamations and pronunriamentoesi about who shall command in Ihe field and rule in the cabinetf about how far it is necessary expedient to tyrannize over and ibuie Northern citizens about natural and polit ical claims and nf Africans at out who jlitll be foreign ravy commissaries but agree in what makes the necessity for the army cl coi moranls that ii eating out nnd cheating nut the stibftunce of Ihe Eaeli it far There wis at and before tbe commencement of and ever will ba It one question which underlie all and should row determine our It can we succeed No matter how clergy men declare tt lo be the will of leu ing societies whining hypocrites sniffle about their holy conscientious repugnance to live on the or allow others who do not iquart their political conduct with their knaves urge others to des truction lo gratify their mulish the question tan we do it If three yeari ind a half hi not convinced there holy men and patriotic and loving and mild gentlemen like Grant from theRapidan to tbey are running a tilt egainjt ob stacles they csnnot nothing can do But Democrats who believe compromise and reuon to be more efleclive than brute can in a National lie clsre their principles wilh reasonable hopes o To Ihe sell appointed leaders uf the party we appeal lo do and do it manlully The people whom you miitrust are full as wise and much more honest and sell conscious than you For three yean you have your and made yourselvel Ihe laughing slock uf the You liave whisperer to tha voters You have shouted In Con in and in You are cun sippi was moie it tain any rebel In tlie of and the thit the rebel power writ of the be overthrown in a lew General Smith let about maklig the Sell of illa He determined to pay 08 he ful lough the men for an indefinite retire with hie principal officer tt The toritederate currency wie tf etepreeliteJ tint he did not look upon it mate rial for the payment of inldieri who had Mrtetl In thii he confederate cotton to partial la tie fWerit and rectlfe in return old or itetlinf ex Eirly In Jinuiryof the ireiint yeir era Smith mlde proponitloni to t of Oaiey Kentucky a member of the then engaged in cotton ipeet lationi at The prop oiitioni ime through Colonel Floyd of Loo an Individual reported to poiien the rem aikfible faculty nf being loyal 01 disloyal cumstances might Hit title 11 eoltnel wn merely an buuoisry ind itnce Itlt event hn become of ne miment In of the death ol Itibeirerr KlrbfSmlthi prep osltion wai tt iell twt kutdrtsMbtsjiand bilee of cotton it ten pence per ftmt to I out oi ft by llm Fnutlh of July of next y all lhat I have erer Stunton does not talk of complete success this nor don In the men who best comprehend the lituntiondo not confidently ex pert lhat the war will bo closed in the year The Washington correspondent of the Boston Administration ii not more lan tie If not certain lhat Grant will drive Lee out of Virginia during this but that one more army and one more year will fhiure Iheir defeat A call for more men will be made in a few days or It is lhat another rail for more will be mode nexr Tho campaign of nut ynr will find the Federal army comprised of men in the nbelj uiil rot be to milter over This may lft a view of the subject to ed lliatCTnnt would finishthe Rlt he cant do The war will go on for a year or two certainly till autumn of Ii is cowardly to cover up ho truth and this is the THE On Saturday Geneial Lew the satrap ol all the copies o thd Lin ilon llluuratrd ftiwi found at ho diflVrent per iodical stores in on account of its containing tn admirablo likeness of Ofnenil II the rebel general oannot bi taken by soldiers on the field of ht has been on piper by the who xAit war thii smmTr niiiji and many of you have soveral times been for and gain for ss you be lieved it would ensure you success it the You are terribly grent shrewd We cannot do without but you will be lost and have no country lo show your wisdom nor people lo vole for if your crowning smartness and ability upwi us a war It is the last point lo the last chance to retrieve lomewliat of Ihe folly of formx Who Ihe candidate is of less importance than what he must and whai the people lay in voting for To the pol are to meet it Crilca we You have gotten lo be dele gales by your deaire to save the renk and file of the party from end as you can best do that by saving them from smart tricks you sometimva and by publicly maintaining what you really and ex press in pilvale as this will end your career unless you try for once to yield to the convictions of the and give ui good mrnind a peace If you decide to bo for and to call your selves War you con do When we find I flock of real white we will admit there may and actually endowed with all the attributes of political consistency and Wai that to ruin ourselves lo punish etbtri ii achme ol ibit lo pile up thousands of millions ot indebtedness is Democratic that lo approve and measures that mike conscriptions and dejiroyS hun dreds of thousands a virtue that to and and and and and buy lo get If you do gn or war and peace in equal or unequal ot support We will voe for you for Colonels and We would Vote you into the Abolition you will be back again if we even that delectable at the rebel Ii tttReel riter diitilrt whenever our forcei ini to for in old ttink of England Wltk the proceedi theretf be was to pay offhls army and thence tct as adore Cllsjr went to Washington obtailt tht tanctlon ef the government to the or it ill events t permission for to reiutntd eaily In tbt of the and lefttri Ilitt effect General He Immediatelf ttt n company with Colonel Ike liree lion of Shrerepori the headqiiattira tf General Kiiby the twata lore Miiee lte General end sealed lettfri frtm that officer toKirby Ln Ibey were arrested by tSt retel tmm ander of the and leaf later MtwI to Immejiatelyon his Caiey in Inervlsw with General nil after delay lUtceeded In forminf a tht bails of theorginil with taunt It further itlpulaleil that the tebeli were to crake tittle eawrt thai ihow of to tir forcee lu tkeif id nptiie is iktl Ikt hjr the fedtril which appeared should be accomplished with is little ii Cisey mil Cultnel Fltjt returned to Vlcksburs la loon as tht lions wne Tht firmer procetdeal lo Washington to tcqualnt theaulbtrities with the of Everything appeared to be fully arranged la our limy ctmplett of the Red river without and thug break in tbt rebel ptwtr Ii the tramtnlsiisilpp The movWby tbi frtsjiently expressed feir of doing lamethinf tbil might recognlzfWhe eiidence of lUe rt filled to make official Indorsemenl tf tkl dtci ments in tU It allowed Cuey ttkl such meituree as httiiufbl proper ftricctsi ilishing bit and wished him trerf He waa atill in Wasbingtts wkei Otiier al and admiral Pbrter atartcd tf Ktd Cueyaaystkey wtreaware tflki ariinfiment te haJ though they official kneoledge of It htm or the reaien above He tirlrtil te Vickiburg too Ute to Join tbeetptdltUl it Al but did not anticipate my troublt til he learnedofthe course which lad beta id by these worthy Those who art familir with Iht klittlt tt tkf Reel liver will remenkir Ikt duct of and Porter wllk reference teetl Tbe seized il wherever witter who wai the owner or what might ke hie and marked It tn Iniirt ftr its Tht nlit Alt Taylor tarry tut at wn evidenced tythe lueciMirt abannonment ol Fort nd with only t anew tf leiltUMI When they first eariedof thtieiMitetf tbey supposed it to ke tht plsnidopteil danrt with Caseys Tbt MM In inquiry three lUceeiilrt timei te iicertiisi if any vouchers welt ftr tkt so r In evacuating tht ceutitry had fifll strict orders that no cotton should kt Whm thty litrnrd Utt nmitiHHIitn iind mat tiling fivirt in ftlurn txtitrifo turning mil tkal Mets political abounding as it dosa in Alkaline and alrocg cannot hold Ruch blubbtrt as you nor compound ynu in to a fixed You will continue to be coming and going lika the old ladyi AiUrnJuM ln Buying we will vote for you for any rivil it must be nntnrsiond with Ihis it military office you givo bjil not to give out until the enemy have a fair just one to you glorious and rrP your of departed FOR EVEBY lor Lincnlu in them is now a widow or nn orphan Is there not the smell of upon the bands which cast tbos thtir they made precau tions for reiiatlng Banki to tail and ItflJ tlirtioto tl JtVal and teiwvls their The carries Daniel ial which our advanced opened tht ytf fee in the result cf whieb irwtll No commtnt Is v WEBSTIRI following totaV traded from I speech delivered at March 18SO by Daniel Webiter infernal Fanatics and Abolitionist tvef gelt Ihe power in Ibeir hands they will override lit set the Supreme Cooit it change and make lawe to lull lijr violent band on Ihost who in political or dart queilfei bankrupt tht couitrj isj lull DELUQEIT WITH BLOODS No If SB than twenty freight tugiiei tkt Western railtoadi recently been iltertel in as to burn it bivlnf feip4 tkit tbis lie cheeper full fit in tht to be ia ISM ftfM   

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