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   Newport Journal (Newspaper) - October 5, 1867, Newport, Rhode Island                                N m P OK i JOURNAL. VOL. i. SA.TU.RD.A.Y. f> xo. 10. Newport Journal IS KVK11Y SATU11DAY 11V DAVIS I'll.HAN, K yd 4 p. ni. .Weir, 8 a. IIL, S and 4 p. r.l. Taia'.on, 6.1S, S a. tu., 3 4 p. m. No. Eaplon; 8 a. m., 3 p. ni. 80, Brtlnlr.-e, a. m., 3 p. m. Mnicfci, 6.15, m., 3 p. m. MtdJleV.ru', a. m., 3 p. in. .JMdgtwakr, m., 3 p. ni. Plynjoolh, a. 3 p. m. 1 Cape Cod and yaitliaven, m., 3 p. in. New fi a. ni., 4 El. Provlder.co, S a. m., 4 m.- ou amvr.l of Itoat from Nciv to IVcwporl, I.cnvc Boiton ni., 12 m., ami p. rn. Bo, llralnlree. m., p. m. Vo. "Eaflon, L. m., 1 and p. m. 8, rn., p. m. Weir, t.M s. m., 5.44 and 6.20 v. m. 10.72 a. ni., l.SO'niM v. at. Tall Kher, 0. E., 6 aad T, p. in. Tlwlon, a. nu, and p. BUSINESS CAIUXS. HAZARD APTHORP, llKltile Kmkcrs. 21 City K trim i auil licJIv- viits Av, Catherluc-SU, NEWmRT, K. T. gents for 11 ic IVtvhsj-c, e of Steal in Mode Maud and MawielLwrl f, HAVE ColUttP, r A Country furt-nti1, tu nival virli-lv, arid ftll h't- In Kami, nrA CUy Sioir.J, jmil 'IVnoincnld In liD.-tou, i.Vintiv if, Faniu Mul Village Property iii iu d. evrral Kbluli'K ill for Suit; tit (-xtrumuly low J. 7I.tII.SllAM, Watchmaker ami Jeweler, HE THAMES KTI1KRT. A. A. DENTIST, 12-t StUKKT, NEWI-OHT, K. (uver Htmimell'fl Kntroncc nn Colloii'fi Court, U door. rilllKONLY I'LACKINNKVT ENGLAND wliorc JL yon can Imy WOOLEN REMNANTS Factory [Prices, A N I) W11EIIE CAM A l.VO VS Ii E FOUND The Largest Stock of Woolen Goods in Rhode Island, POKT.R.Y Tin: IIIMI HV ADAMS uirifilV. [Ml my path of rose-; Trails Ihu iddiUn si-ipi-m's track, IJaslJni; llowcis o! beaut v. Turning light to black.' p. r Bit.tol Ftirr. 10.60 a. m., VI, Portimnntb OTOTC, 11 m., 6.H Bria-ewilfr, S.H W., anil p. m. Mlddicboro1, n, m., p. m. Myrifke 9 IT a. m.f p. m. from BwtMi amvc 'si a. n., ?.A K ni. From Tinnlon. s. m. II. DUL1.0CK, Sr.] For ?Ieii, Wcnr. Comprising Itomcsltc and Foreign tVissijjiei-cs, imOABCLOTHS, DOES1CIXS, SACKINCP, HF. PF.LUNTS, SATINETS, TRICOTS, rWKKDS, 1'IQUA CLOTHS, COATINGS, KNGLlSII-Cmi'llS BOilTOX, NEWPORT YOHK STEAMBOAT CO7IPANV. TH8 BOATS OP THIS LINK COMPRISE TIIK .teaiMi. NKWPOHT. OI.H COLONY KrrROTOLlS, acd EMPIRE STATE. Carlain Wil- and C.plair. S. B. ALLEN. One of tie above beatu mil daily, (Snn- at (parter hcforo ei'lit, or on Ihc ai- rlfal of tbe.expiws train from BoitOD, anlvinjiiu New Yoriclntlrr.e to connect irith fto Sonlbernor Wei'.ern V A R E CiWa fare Iron Ntnport [o New YorV, 84.CO Decklaie FREIGHT Takeo it'the lovvesl ra r. iiKN.UMIN FINCH, Arjcat. froai tlif lolhc llnest The fines! stock In thcSlad'. nf CliIiicMUa.Mwcoir in.! K-'kimf lle.-uere tn colnir, for LAilkV Hacks anil oulfiile nr.it nrcccnat-1, al nl yo 1'Kll. I.II.SS Itisu Ihcy can be bought fin el'eivhcrc. Shirts A' Jtramem, Kinds at Hurt ion Prices. lle.ivvriblwd Shirleftr.d dr- tas-l j-ear for SI.T5. Elver, Mass. L NICHOLS CO. Have jusl received n large vtiricly of CAEPJETS, Buils of promise iloomcil lo wiiher, Lilies pme Unit liinnnsul lo fade; Vomlit'lll hopes and char IH-IIIIS broken, lie wives In death's arms laid. Hnnyant join ami noble fallicf, I.ovei-j, frienils nml All llie foul liwnVs lilstk ann.> Heeding not tlis ir.ir. lirolliera, tisien gentle, Alt llic inonsli-rs Ml'i: mul lin-e, and all dial's facied, In Hell's burning nrc Mtld. Friemlj miisl wives Lo iniirji red, Hume [nxl loved ones iliionieil [o tlcatli, llcinis anil holies aiiil-spiijis criisliiiifj. This llie nun ficml'.s widn ring Waili. Do you woiiilei Hal 1 Telling o'er lilt' lenli'iil 1 Will yon, ilnre ymi ling iliu serpent Think of penile so pale. Think of nil that nolle lo Ihec Tiiink of Jiuhn, and lair Tliink of litlle ilurk-eyul lunihir, Clailinnij ull thy lender Tliink of loving shier tiviaiug While :irms round Ihy imiiilv bu-ast Tliink. of .fulicr's tmsiii'ij; liliv.'ing, 'ftiink of to rc.-l. Sliull licr cyi-3 in tlrnvcii be cloiuleu die UMri dial fur dice full', Shall die father's henit he luoken Wilt tholi give Ilii; black fiend Will thon the lie.irt loves von. She who gave up all for ihcc i Shnuld'st lliou ratlier clisp die demon I Drown Iliy soul in niglit's ilatk Eta 2 Never, never lie diall help Hire, Ho for yen llic Urcak Ihc chains of ilcillli Ilint bimi Ihcc, Look lo Him He'll rive ihce. aid. Ycl I hear you living ahvay, Tlicre's no 1 am lice I cnn drink litll-liie iti I'm no diiiiikaril yon will pee. 1 can drink or I cnn leave it, Wbere's die harm, I cannot linil; I am strong nnd young and you aiii'l sr.c ilicj'u ml liritiml, Sldllllls; in die wine-cup's sparkle, Laiigldng in Ihe foiimini; ale, .Mocking m the wldtkey goblet, on cuii'l sec Ihc Jhril jialc. Vi( lie's there, nnd FOOII you'll il, Snon ynifll feel his fiing You'll he strip! of all thai love Ihcc, All in whom Iliy life's dopes hanir. All along life's blooming palhwuy i''58 friend that's GCM! in Heaven, our henna arc broken, Torn nnd weary, Loving Father, save thy children, Smile Ihe tempter with thy real; Slsy Ibis denil sen's raging wnlcrs, Lead us to Heaven nnd God. WASIIIXKTOS, t'., Oonuor, "'I'll ML'IIIOIV l.'uiKi'.r, Ills v.'onU may lea I any d.iy 141011 a bite slab in a u-au'cry not many miles in Xew YuiJi; but yun Hail tlioni, polaloes anil cold water, and workftl as few men ever tt'orked before, ft grciv lo be die lalkoflhe shop, ami now that sympathy excited, cveiy one ivanled lo help Con- nor, .luhs were llirown in his ivay, kind words -ind frlenilly helped him hut IKI poivercould make him share the ff.od or diinkof.inv olher work- 'i'iiat socmcil .1 soil charily to IILID. il limes wiilinul al llie lillle liagedy they iiulkMe alo the humble iwiiaiici; wliK-li cjiiU-. will. .Us .Mr. linva, alpavihy, of .-HOIII; .t'oovc. I innr blllillle In his .--hubby jacket 'luiraiis he. traici'lv nil atliaclive A present fro Kor-i, as he Paid, 'tli timl ihis and anil Ihe fi'likil To llis: litllc; LoinL It girw liirui liiu fiihl, iiiivl t'onnor's ns nut so lu-avy. At Just, before he Jiop- ji'i-l as Iiu vvalkid in'.o Ml. llawn's till Haiv.i, r.i.l liot.'k. ges, lill I rmilildi) b'.illil-iyilul I'll It Iri.-h brogue, nnd Mi1. IliiM'ii al- wiiVfi (I, clurnl hcnever ivolllil emjiliiy an 'inei.mpelui! hand. YH tlie liiiu him. He tnrticil Ijiiskly, iiud ivith his pi-n U'hh.d ear, die m.in, lio win only nni: ofihe fifty who his inlveili.-eliuiil dial What iii-ikes you cspu-t t.i lenni falter tljiiu I'lber ynti anv I'l not fay faiil llie man, I'd lhat'ml a-ie AK-VO'.L ibeil In (he I've done a lit nf il." kept his tonid over it night and day until the tickets v.'c-re. bought and seiil. 'lliell every- man, and capable of licaiiug or un- ileulaudiiig, kueiv dial .S'oia and her b.iuy 'I'liCi-e svas John Jones, bail more of die biu'.ir in his crjiiiposiiious than usually fills lo Ihc In: of he, who had coolly hiuleil his hammer at an olu-nder's him by a hair's j-pcad ten minutes in noon hour in rciuling die. fii.-h ti> Connor. There was Tom liarkcr. the nuantfl man ii'iiong the nmn- inan, help you, she never Jiuything nn hour she was gone." Connor Imd risen, lie Mood up, trying to Jiitusolf; looking at llu- with his cycsdry us two t'.oiic-3, 'J'htn he inrnfd to his friends: "I've gut my death, and then chopped to Ihe lloor like LI TJiuy raised him away. In nu hour he was ni home on the IHile bcil :II-HI rc.idy Xorn, weary wiHi lier h.nj; voyntrc'. There, ul Jftst, lie opened Mr. Uawn bent over him he had hwn itiiiiutoiicd by Ihe ncM'i, nmMhe room VHK :'ult of Connor's fellow-workmen. "Jlc-ttor, Connor ihc old nuin. "A said Connnr. "Jt's aisy now I'll bo wilh her FOOII. And look yt-, nuistli- 'i-. I've leanit one t lit Ooil is ife wouldn't let me bring Xora over EO me, but Jfe's Liking inn over to and Jaim-sy over Ihe river; don't you FCC-it, and ht-r iLilingnii Ihc other ddc to welcome And with tiiofe words Connor stretched out his nnns. Perhups lie did sec Jfenven only fio died. yer hoanr. O'Tiaiie iia-ln'l Ihe know i, bit abiKil liii.-." Yi.u jne ino fild tnr an yijii'il hr ill Ihe way, 1 calcnl leingei.ec i i.iiun WiU fn was the hnv, am 0 tievei-. o llieir hi-l. -Nn, I ve En liy hcffjic, iiTul I IILLVC' nnulSin1." The Viriiiu hni'c to lio ftfthc-r in.ij Vui uu-r in !ic-r two urnis, iliin." tin- inari, tlv.-imijiiiL'ly, I've tL.uiipi-d all dny lor tin- iuul uivcr :ijnli fiiii I irct, nixl liui'.'s lljc p'.-uiiy I VCT hoiioi1, :L li.il! lit! lllL- 11 WJlll I' pTiiiy npr.n :I. in ovcv MV. ari-1-.'lcil In- llir cc-l ;i- In- I'.uiK-l up- EL hi- lu.-l, iV-.'in. Nuniuiul .ianiCM." U'lionic limy i" Tlic wnnViiKj nilji-r mi.- cliiM.' llio ji-l itiry iltjw'H 3 brim; 'fin over to iiic- ifiw inn: will L'lvc juf? ii joh i .nul never been kncm'ii lo givc.iny lo any one Ltfoce, absulutcly barlcrcil :in old for of gilt vasts a in to Ihu :nul lliMu lo CVuinur fnrliiri Kuril's nuuilcl-iiict o. And hci-u was kllu Dick, ihu actually wnrkc-l ImiiM C'nnnoiVi kept tlic rrir-liniLLiL Innnu uiicihiy. Con.ior fi-it liiia kliulnc.-.-, ami relumed it wlicntivcr it wai in lils jjorter, ami (hi1 days Hew by nml hnnixbl ai u k-ttor from hi.-j wife. Sin' ;ii tic ilcslrod, and id Uio ollscr'.s amis so kind lo Kin. '1'iial was the cms- All KfmK or Lowest Flainiclv a GR.1DES, FOR THE FAT.T, TltADK. v .f Choice Selection of White and Gold Band CHINA Fancy Goods, A.I. 39 'Pleasant Street, Agents for Roycc A Riirloii's Cclehrnlnd ALL WOOL BLANKETS, Sold al Retail ff nftolc.-salc f rices. TRIMiTIIXGS FOU COATS, PANTS, VESTS, JUST IlECE IV ED from Auction I3iilcood all Woo CndcrcoaL-. warranted f.vt ?6. cheap. at S15 AT REMNANT KOOJIS, upainn, which I his fellmv- herself, a girl, wilh a crrlain d r.itj lady, wlio luid jjiveii her fill rdn- ion, (In- items of which Connor told up- on !ii.- lingers. The1 one, and tin1 wiirsti" ttui'.V Ibrec, nnd niortover AVS ;ill n wfuuiin Then he looked up-ii hi- t'-.-llow icars in his s. ye (he lime ho- Live- :i an" IUT, hoy.s it was Xova al tlie dawn of d.iy a al Xora al jiiijtit until (he news ciime that I he Stormy Pet rt! hiul cume lo Crmnor, lin pale iii exfiteiacnl, in Iheair iiuil cor.ltorrancc If Wvybosset PROVIDENCE, R, I, The sun of life bos crowed the line, The suniiucr-shinc of the lengthened lighl Vitded nml where 1 stand, 'Tia equal day atul equal night. One nftcr one as dwindling Youth's glowing hopes have drooped away And soon may barely Ihe glenin Tint coldly scores a Winter's din'. I ruu not young, I am not old The Hash of mom, the sunset calm, Tilling and deepening, each to cit-h, Mecl midway with a solemn charm. One side I see Ihe smnmr-r licWs Nor yel distnrbcfl of all Ihcir green While westerly, along the hills, Flame the first Lints of froMy sheen. All 1 middle point, where cloud and Ftoim Make baltle-gronnd of this my life Where, even-matched, Ih'j nhjht and clay Wage round me their Scplemlu-r ?trifc I bow me to Ihc Ihrcatcningjjale I know when that is Among the peaceful An Indian sunnncr com05 at !iM NEW WOOD AND GOAL DEPOT CEO. W. TEW, Proprietor, H ol MarjrEI., New- port, R. I. AVISO IfuedthcwlirtofHoii. J. bnrac tnd pirchar cd pood will and appoiol- mnta 10 cany ou ttc CM! ni WWM! Bisiness, EXCURSION! The Finest Sail to be Found, FROM NKWPOHTTO PKOVIDESCE, If yoti want .in; Fixe Linen Goods, or Gents. Furnishing Goods, YOU CAN IHIYTItiiJt AT No. i Lyceum Bnilrtinp, PROVIDRMJK, R. T. T. Xj. KiMfslcy tf Sons. STORK IX.TllKSTATt! TOO I mcl her inllir quiet h-nc One nioniiiig early The stm wns briglil nlllionsTi'llic mhi Slill Rlillcrol nn Ihc liarVry, Tlic hrk wu singing lo liis Tlic ivild bells rliimcd llicirwfirnin.ij, >Vc awhile ontsiilo (ho gnto lingered lill il K us Ion hlo To go to clwrcli Mint morning. Apiin we vcnl. Tlic leaves nigh in liglil 1 Fii.nUiw, The reapers pilcxl tlicyr-IUnr The licca hummed n'cr Ihc mr.iilow, The roynl pun rose up in snip, Onr mnrringe ndorning Tlir Ix-lls rang vide fl'Tixl Ihe pale And neither of us was loo htc To go lo church that iiiDrniiig. l wlllbc l Horse-keeping, EIGHT or MlyslKndcd to AUN.SOX M'CKtHM, "Mtlt the Shore. ID For inform-Mlon, ijtplj to ALFRE -_ RED SMITH. TBW. iioi'sta KIR THE tvtrsl (InKliM hfniKis-Chirltt 03 Ihc Itticb Kosd; Mra. J-lone HOUK un Hire, and minyolttr it low Drum 10 May. Apply t) fcrlM AI.HIED bMlTII. Hon. .T. A. J. Prcswcll, in m [ilrcs.t lie fore IIic-Dnnlcr Sl.ilo Convrntio si liallimoro, mrrntcs Ili6 follnwing 'I know lull one llhc-k mrm in Mnrvl: is iloiiliifiiT. ('uliojc Tlic name is Abe in my eonnl} Some one to inc. MHIIC time n Mirl to mo Abe- ('oils wns n I, '1 Iliink Ihnl's u-ry Tl ncxllimc I saw A tic I loM him 'Ili'v jotrrc n Copperhead.' Oh, .Mm I'm s 1'oppcrtH.vl.' Says I, 'Ab you're a fool.' 'Xo MVS no Tool. Just lic-ir Wlial llii? iiiggci Yoii know I'mn prtlly man, ami enn'l rcsil r.cr wrilc, anil ain'l gol cnoiisli to learn, ar.rt I'm fbndol'wliifky. I never Ihongh! I fit for anything 16 lio a Dcir.oeut. nppltncckndlnughlcr.) Tint son ofrt.-.fon- ing ovi 1 snrrenderi'rl .11 ilir- the ivtic-1'j t liki' Iliiin. It" h.ileil lii.- iinn- Ui llu1 hi spnkc, :nnl Mr. liw.kul ui tlien al faee. m jihu yr-ji fin lie "anil niiiv i.i'i'ii, gu lr.li: kilelu-n ami k-11 thcyil Hi gel yml hungry wilh ar. the new obi-yoil.wliili1 .Mr. Ruvn, imijisi.i; liii niir.-.n went up lo Ills nwn im-al. inJcirriiy fihility, l.e agveiMVIv [lis- ivorkc.l iieln- ally Irariinl Al the end cf liie he cl'g.l.Kltl prrinnnirlliiy, nml riiull llu a" talker, 1m! iiul t'uiiil f( drink or H-.i'iu-y. As lik wau'i.- grevv he luianlul every penny, wore lin- fluililiy in whieh lie. nr.idv- fii'.-l ajipciliKiei1. liur co.-ls lio one "ami hc-ry lint 1 fpiml oil" llic N'mn d as for elolhe.-, liieiii 1 have ilo me cf.ir: to ,e.e r.n boy liy me lin'.-iili1; anil It's iw work It shiw hnl he1 kept al il all e fame. Other men, full 1'iui, liicd In make liini r. iifliis saving IK.MIV-, coaxed liiia lo ne- mii'.-.ny ISiMii M jiliui's ol aiiu'M'ir.L'iil nr lu nire in lluirPni-.uay J'ro'ii..-. All vnin. iiiuinr liked liter, lilidl fun, li'it.l Inn he wuuld not delay hmkui-ti'l ainl "niav.e intiiioh favoi's HI. fif'pi a niatiyr In li le sreat lillle, on any joli lie efiuiil :t l''-vv hy naming errands in his noi.-n ile lifjnrj OS" lest, anil to any one ho vvonld llsien ol'liis oao gri.a; aiul ar.il Mule .laniisy. Al lirsl llic ini'ii, v.-lin n all AiaeriiMa.-, ['n cut lu-sl work in th'- eily, ir.rtde n   Is any HIM Ihsl bad that it's thaved Cnanor ?aid r.othing. lie was looking al the capuin now, while lo his lips. "It'.- been a sickly s.iid the lain. "We ha 1 illness on Ihe clml- cra. Von kunw lhal." "1 Connor; "1 ran'l read, Ihry kep' il from me." "U'e didn't to frighten paid one laan, a half whisper. "Yon kiii'iW h.-.w lung we lay at lir.c "The ship I cilaic in did C'oa- nnr. "Did ye s.u-Xor.i wenl O.yht to he Inokin' for her. i :r.c t" lie a-kcd, in a brealhk--s way. 1( Ilins, is any lhal ha 1 Anil pome one ansucnd, Xo dnuh! of ilr Com-or. It's I 'I'licn pnl iJounr-nliis hav.ds and lifted liis voice ai.d wepl. Il a? or.c of Ikeise sighls wliieh men never !lt die.l; only one of inany.--'- Th "Msny went on Ihc "innnv chlii'tren, wo were halt' way wa- taken ConruT. "His mother wate'neil him night and i tlie captiai, and we did All we could, f.irat. Il sre.mnl nunr than tie emild luar, to have Xcra and his child f-- he i away fiom him niraii1.." Hr.l when he wenl lo work that day it seemed lo all who .-.iw him lhal lie b.-.d up a new liMid.' W.TI: ncM-r id-e. His fac.: lo say, "1'h Imvc NI.I-A with nv At no.m he rc.-.tlchcd on! a Viter, bloticd very wi re live Ih'tt day. br-.ke my ho.irl to tec the taolti mil npoa Ihe water. 'It's his faiher I lliink .-he; 'he's longing In fee pixir <-t m np if you can, 1113' said "I wish tiiiyeirieelsrihait it to vn'.i.er I. That nighl Xora wai taken Idling Nora li.'.l Vl.ry Khe grow worse ic.l; and 1 hose, who observed, him, ]n the called mo Ib her. i.oiiadihrilhehadnoineal willi liinliiiiicr. Connor Idled ft Inilcc.l.fnnn lhat n.nnieiit lin livwl mi bre.id, Mm nieel'- And, my TIIK AMKKIC.IS lliifalo on Wednesday two crowded meetings were held in difcienl churches the auspices of Ihe American Hoard, U cv. Xcwin.1'1 Hall of at Imih with great acceptance. The oilier speakers were'Ilcv. Dr. Todd of Pilsficlil, Rev Mr. llKllsorecyofEnglaml. Ilcv. Dr. Parker of Newark, K. and Ilcv. Mr. Wheeler of the Kvlern Turkey n.ifsion. Parker's ndilre.-s was onoof inftrktil on '-Hie world given inlei the hanih of America." The mcctinps were deeply InlercsUng. On Thursday !iev. Dr. Scelyc spoke of the im- portance of native helpers and f elf-support- ing churches in the missionary work, Ilcv. lr. Sicarnj of Aml.M-l Collego prcfcnlcd he mnm-iary wanls of the Hoard, ar.d. need of ye.nng men of energy ami Ime Christian cliarnctcr as Il-vv. J. S. Hinn- nf Chie-ago of Ihc deep iniort-st in foreign missions Ml at Iho w hlch is fiirpifhing innny kihmers, Sccretarj- Clark made an camcsl appeal formore nir-n, iril Ilcv. Mr. Holhrook ami rrcfiilcnt Stearns followed on llu fame subject, wilh reference lo young men in Ihe rot. The morning session closed, with a series of brief addresses, nml the afienvwn levoteil to ihu communion service, which wa? heicl in two churches, loth densely crowded. The exercises were very in-.presivc. The session closed on Thnrs- evening. Tlic ajgi-npta lumber proilnclion of Maine Ilili vcar ia cstimalcd at sis hundred nnd fifty "rive million feel, of which two hundred and twenty-five million were cut on Ihc Penoltfcot one hundred, million on lhe f Iho privale ri-si.'i-ni i palitii! riioiyll 1'Kl iillle innr.' 1.'. mr nd :K The nn I.ik rr'.e t.arjc. of every en, Invin il a 1 of Si Vessels of ll. ii-.--[ now Imii; al Ira led v.iih cnrpv.--, Ihrongh the lakes ivnl anvnn! to Knn-pc and sold a: .1 k al present Afiir longer al we J.: C'hieago, and In M'l bably to .Mi.-s: "falbcr of waters." :i ID is-n. :nvl pri T. T. I'. Tin-ca-oof Me-.more. IVpnrv of la'erml llevcnnc, h.-.s ni.t .'i t lavn sellic.1. lie hil a interuew in SatnMiy wilh IheSi erelan- oftfie Tn a1- iiry, ar.d left ilr.t evi riin.ir r'oi Xrw York, '1 will piol-aMy as a' nemlHYiift'io lloanl it lie ilcsives Ihe ileparln-.enl to >rove anyllr.ni; of .1 criminal him. It is nndi j.-ioo-.l lhal of his kind is i.-.a il.ai ihc rea-un fur Mm lo ns'pnis :liat he com- misul so as to iun'aTr Ins lillricncv. His iriends that he has shown much favoritism, ami il is nutiTic'is ih.il his chief backers hi re an- n-.rn wUi-ii'iv d, lhe.se who 1-1 l-r in Ihe w his- key vini. Tiiir S rn ;-.c; vei inrli- caitd whal he ill linrdly mako oflhemVI-.T. declares lie will n.-jjin, 1 now fill vvheher ihe v.-'.ll remove him. In ihe nua-.iiime, whi'c Ihe of h-s doings.) i-, nnl r Ot-acnil NViseivell in vyor.msly pn-'slng his ciaim for tlic olllce, Willirtiit, however, aay   

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