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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - April 27, 1865, Connersville, IndianaStand Marever be and inseparable Wal Emu void. 15-- no. 27.the weekly towes. in Advance. Thih Lite Tot fim Prmt debt Job bpm and the British mini tar. Of Frederick Brace the Weir Briti Sli Mioi Atrat Washington was ii trod of a to part Eidet Job Asoo of the 20tb most the note Riveir we m i Formel m p met in Lincoln himself could Bave Nade it. The new minister made his appearance with All his stars and decorations on pre rented Bis credentials and formally read his Stemb. Or. Johnson replied saying thit be a it a glad to see him and to Welcome to the Gapul a representative of great a Titch and then added Quot Bat sir i am not much aged to the diplomatic formalities Oast Mary on each occasions. My idea is a imply the two Reat nations ought to con Luct their relations very much As two Belg bore who sincerely desire peace and Good Fellowship Between themselves would do and that the less Lynere formalities about it the better Quot i assure you or. President interrupted sir Frederick pointing to Bis uniform and decorations Quot that i a Daonld feel very much More at ease without theae things than with the remark was so thoroughly English and at the same time so consonant to american prejudice again fuss and feathers that the president and minister became friends at once and sat Down for a Chat. Sir Frederick asked about Herman. President Johnson explained the Quot what Chance is there for or. Davis then asked sir Frederick. Quot of a Small particle still doubtless. His escape across be country Quot said the president. Quot Well Quot replied the minister in an inquiring tone Quot i should think that or. Davis and a few member of Bis Cabinet would probably find it Well to Start pretty Sooni Quot Quot if they know what is for their own interest Quot responded the president rather grimly Quot they had better lose no time about Quot the time has come Quot he added Quot when traitors Mutt be taught that they Are the country has clearly made of its mind on that Point and it a an and no More a Ardest agent of its will than nagas a Busia. The siberian plague is it is called was it Laet accounts raging at St. Petersburg and already there is serious alarm in Western Europe for fear thai it will extend to the Continental nations. There a every re Ason to believe that like the Asiatic Ohol Sra and All the great epidemic diseases known to history it will extend its Rara Gss Westward. The French govern nent has ordered All vessels from St. Be Tara Burg to be put in strict quarantine while the austrian government has sent a medical cominis Ston to Russia to inquire into the nature of the epidemic and the Best Means of treating it. There is no doubt but this is the same disease As that known to history a the plague and which has in its time visited every continent but our. It was in 1�o65 that the plague visited London so fearfully. It is a Little Cong fair that it has reappeared Juat two bundred years from that time. The number of cases that had occurred it St. Petersburg at Date of last advices Ware 10,000, and of deaths 2,000. There were one Hundred cases a Day. Forty Jib simians had died. The disease is not cholera but plague with dilated pupils earn Niles and pestilential Bubo. The Bra Isle Ambash Der St St. Petersburg in a ji8pitdated the 6tli inst., says is a a Bioust and is Jogland is called the ral apling or famine fever Irish the remit tent or bilious typhoid fever. It was unknown in Russia eight Onuis from the Riehmond Telegram a Ansai s ibis so tax. Of have bees the Beve ban office of this City with the following 4eeiaion of the commissioner of internal a Askenasi it will be read by Farmers with interest in explaining Why they Sre to be taxed for Grain sold in 1864 which was raised in for a years and which has already paid one income tax. Under the old Law iffy were quire to fun on All Grua raised in a Porti Culvr year no matter Bethar i jew Ald or a it. Was found to 1m vary objectionable Ltd the Jat Congress made the change a Ciji it a is a a Quot Irraine told in a particular year and not la what wis in band on the Sustr of the Revfi uis Offit a is it tax Ork is waiving the Loosme St nuns for of internal Beweng Wim Hington. Much 1s, 1866� Attar of Faroh Sib in the to i Aelodia in is Rotor a St Iris i Jitni a a sold in 1864, that portion of Iii Ike a a Blob wis a mss in 1863, my aund is income for thai Yaar is a 30, 1864. Pools a boat of pfc def it Road Miodus a ii ii it Ait liar of a my prods a and Iii mba for that Jiw do Mot a sept my up Boa from to foor boo sold. It ii. Alai car to that non Tiomi a i a particular product it two �b00b0 taxes we be Eblin but this a a Pant other than a real a Justice. While Ertsin prot thu not Siedt in 1864, tra returned is Ini me for that year other Primi its which wre raised in that year will be omitted. And taking into account All the years in which income has been or will be axed by these two methods the amount of produce sold in 1862, and which having in raised in previous years was not taxed and the amount of produce raised in the last year of tax and Unald and therefore not taxed will be greater ban the i mount of produce subject to two i Coom taxes. Ail6,Wing the f4rep�taicrop to be on an a ling the same year by year it is evidently just at the produce taxed each year should equal in amount that of each other year. And if in 1864, Only such products Are taxed As were raised and add in that year it is Plain that the Tox for that year will be assessed upon Only a part of a year s produce inasmuch As the whole of any crop is Seldom sold within the year when raised. Suppose for example the average ii come of a from the produce of his farm to be 62,000, and that he uniformly Sella s certain proportion of his crop As one fourth or one Usif the ass year and the remainder the following Afsar. Then if the Rule requiring him to make a return of the entire crop raised bad continued in Force a would have Eold three fourths of s crop in 1862, which having been raised in 1861., would escape taxation. But inasmuch As the yearly product is the same the income tax a a is uniform and no injustice appears against either the tax payer or the Revenue. And if the present Rule requiring the produce a old to l e retained a income had prevailed from the first although have paid tax on three fourths of the crop of 1861, yet As a like proportion of Tje last crop will escape taxation it appears again that neither the Tex payer nor the Revenue Are defrauded. Yet it is Plain that under either Rule As in Force for the whole time or under the change of one Rule for the other there will be and would have bin cases of hardship arising from the fact that Farmers do not uniformly sell or amp 00 hand a fixed proportion of each year s produce. Now under the two rules in Force before or after j Une 30, 1864, a will have paid for 1862 an income tax on one entire crop that raised in 1862. In 1863 his income tax was also on the entire in of he year. In 1864, he will also pay tax on the amount of an entire crop one fourth of which will have been raised in 1864, and the remainder in 1863, but sold in 1864. The income tax for 1865 Wil lao be a Gess de upon the value of one entire crop so that in no year will he be taxed for an amount greater than the income of the year. Yet it will be Trae that three Fourtha of the crop raised in 1863 will have paid two income taxes. And the second tax is due from the fact that either a like proportion o the crop sold in 1862 escaped taxation because raised Fth 1861, or the same proportion of the crop of the last year of tax will escape because unsold according As we consider the former Rule or the latter to have prevailed during the whole period. Therefore in the Case mentioned in your letter the produce returned in 1863, at a valuation of 81.150, and sold in 1864 for 82,000, must also be returned As income for 1864, at 82.000. Very respectfully signed Joseph j. Lewis commit Ioner a a r. I. Thursday april 27. 1865.whole no. 755 mme foil Wing spa Cimen of Southern lit was taken from the House of a the erasure rebel a a odtdaboilkj., by one of Gen. Sherman s men. It is said to have been Sung once upon a time by Quot miss Ura of the Queen Sisters Resl nig big course. Such sons Are not no to the South at the present time at of Dora Gap Riotis Ipoh were Sung at Custre Steish the l4th inst., when the old Quot Flag was Sasin unfurled a i Oft Surtoc of jes i am a i Luthern girl i glory in the name and Oasis it wit i far neater Pride thai Litterio wealth or Fame i envy a by the Lff Ruthern girl her Robes of Beauty Are Thoeub a in Winonda Grace Ifer snowy neck a a pearls bedeck her hair. Chocs. Hurrah Hurrah for the sunny South so dear three cheers for the Homespun dress that Southern ladies Wear. This Homespun dress is Plain i know my hat s Palmetto to but then it Sho a what Luthern girls for sout Llera rights will do we be sent the bravest of our land to Bam Wuh the foe and we Mofid lend a helping hand Quot we love the Bouth you know. Hurrah amp a. Now Northern goods Are out of Date. And since old Abe s blockade we Southern girls can be Content with goods that s Southern made. We econ to Wear a bit of silk a bit of kor them lace but make our Homespun dresses no. And Wear them with much Grace. Hurrah a. The Southern land s a glorious land. And has a glorious cause then Here s three cheers for Southern rights and for the Southern boys. We be sent our sweethearts the War. But dear girls never mind your Soldier love will not forget the girl he left behind. A Hobbs. Hurrah Hurrah for the sunny South so dear. Three cheers for the sword and plume that Southern soldiers Wear. A Soldier is the lad for me a Brave heart i adore. And when the sunny South is free. And fighting is no More i la choose me then a Lover Brave from out that Gallant band the Soldier lad i love the Best shall have my heart and hand. Hurrah see. And now Young men a word to you if you would win the fair go to the Field where Honor Calls. your lady there. Beni Ember that our brightest smiles Are for the True and Brave and that our tears fall for those who fill a Soldier s grave. Choc so Hurrah Hurrah a. Sambar of Kea lost and sorr Eadara by Lee. The number of men surrendered by Lee has been variously stated. A correspondent of the new York times writing from Burksville reports on the basis of an estimate made by a rebel staff of Lacer that before the late Battles Lee had 67,000 men. In theae Battles and the subsequent Pursuit nearly 40,000 were captured and 22000 surrendered. The remainder were idled or wounded. The number of our forces actually engaged in the Pursuit win Quot to Over 75,000. The number of Cannon of All Kinda surrendered was 138. The num Ial a Ham a Eon later stirs Ike Eli of Mont bag brat say. Her of Small arms will reach nearly 10.000, for. The remaining 18,000 norms could be found and this fact shows conclusively the terribly Straits to whisk the rebel army were Redum. The Nam Lar of is also surrendered by the army of Northern Virginia is not fsr from one Hundred regimental and head altars Battle among the off Ion Tea Static bunt of Pertin if a and scarce la Ilij of him a but the Molt nov Armant of the of them if by act abut a a go a Bat or armies will eve Nin Aily in some Biog or overpowering As it the Coja fed Erst armies. Tiff or la fam speak of Ezil ing in sub oms. Ftp Iiga Yebong the greater Nimbar of to Beni. A to thus a Tribil sii0b bitter to tied of 5nr people speak of Mexico As their ii Tara re Foga. A % to Quot r Mimi 1 a cd tar Abent Worsaa. A san Francisco correspondent of the new York times indulges in the following horses the people of Yamile Oregon Are raising Money to Purchase the finest Black Hawk horse in Oregon to be forwarded As a tribute of their esteem and regard for Gen. Sheridan who was formerly stationed at that place a second lieutenant then. The horse will of course go by Steamer and be delivered to the general at his Headquarters. There Are some Fine horses in Oregon but i wish they would commission me to select one Here. I Don t mean the native California Stock for one of that Breed would give him a More sudden Quot hoist Quot than even his late Well deserved Pomo tion. The California Hoh sind a in a Little Amna sment called bucking f hich performance consists in a Short run a bound in the air and coming Down stiff legged followed up by putting their noses to the ground and their heels in the air about sixty times in a minute by which time they have got rid of rider a Delft and nearly their own skins delightful beasts. There Are some splendid horses Here raised from imported Stock fit even for a major general to ride although the Oregon a ple think they Are some on horses a aking of Quot bucking reminds me of a Little circumstance i witnessed in Charleston once upon a time. I had Laid off Lorone Day if travelling through at the solicitation tit of a Friend to see a grand review of All the City troops. The com it Mandog general had engaged for Hia Steed a find looking feb afar that had been doing duty for several years in air Ltd the troops were formed in a line to a reviewed and is the band struck up the , galloping Down in front at Good round Pace when jus she a tas passing the Canter of the line a in in in the Tinkis a Dofring the a by Rater is tics. Of the animal Aung of Quot by Eidl Quot the old h orae Troia to habit when hearing the word Eaifie to a sudden Quot hit Quot and As it Atli Fth my is. A laity on to Nisi a n t,.the 13tb inst. If Eit Sens of Indianapolis in Poonai duration to a handsome. Era Sianoa on Tennessee to Rte to. Btl fit a m Siz to Sand to amp it tip Ipi Iii. Iema my a Tea suit too Uller Bis car Imam a a Artil in Rist. A organi iad Jed a quipped Hii in Ead in of Ted a pm fashion on tue ass Dis Elline could t Siam d it and there was 1 re or it out a from one end of to i a mob to to be the a in a Jim tit Bra. I la a f Nev so Jiing was a a nip up and draw bit so rat and for a few a Wrentt it Saemy Das m be to id tai9 to life Lof mini on the Giford. He atom Fui id a a a old wealth la a Tom Van ibo of tha am who Jeff Paebe i Sohl of Bat i doubt if la a irl amp Piar mba Kay bal i do a i Liik it of the a to a wild Tbs 7 by gtd a Eldoi a .qfxi�1lm�aim.imm�f i go it a lid a. 8oot�k gtntl�ld�0, Rolf Stuie Pride Ltd we of a a a pm so a i a Kowcun if see Tiad we okie earning about an after the Sah went Down a on pee of Stout men of Isaiah in soiled Kowl uniforms each holding in his Honda Good american Rifle tapped at tha door of a Small Feame build Inge near the c a Road in Virginia. Tha Knock was answered by an old woman whose face was almost concealed Lithe tangled masses of her Gray Unco bed and dishevelled hair. Quot my ii remit do Yon want Here Quot she exclaimed As Lre deep set eyes flashed on the two men. Quot i pm it run t the smallest bit of a Jenny cake to to offer be for it was All Quot no nov interrupted one Ofat i soldiers Quot we Quot Don t want anything to a at Bui we want you to Tell us and that in Quick time too whether you have seen a slight but Strong looking slip of a Man go by Here of Quot dressed in Blue and carrying a double barrelled Rifle Quot added the other. Quot hey hey Quot cried the hag lifting her hands and speaking in a Sharp angry voice Quot if be had t interrupted me i reckon you d a heard me speak of him before now As he was the very Man who came Here and bought All my cakes. It was about two hours ago and Quot Quot which Way did he go after he left you Quot inquired both men eagerly. Quot before i answer that question you must Tell me who he is Quot said the old woman with the curiosity natural to her sex. Quot he is a celebrated Union scout whom we Call the Federal Chameleon because he changes his uniform so often. Sometimes it is Blue other times Gray and he has even been seen wearing the disguise of an old Farmer. He has shot More of our men than is pleasant and we have a roving commission from our colonel to go on a Hunt after him and capture him if we can dead or alive. And now As i have replied to you Quot continued the speaker a Little impatiently Quot we demand that you answer our question and Quot Quot demand Quot interrupted the old hag in shrill piercing tones. Quot is that the proper Way to speak to a woman an old woman at that Quot Quot come come answer if you please Quot cried the Soldier in a my Der tone. Quot i mean no harm it is Only my Way of Quot Well perhaps i May forgive you and perhaps not Quot said the old woman shaking her head. Quot How far is your Camp from Here Quot a what s that to you what s that to do Quot Quot there you Are again with your cursed incivility Quot shrieked the hag fiercely Quot hot you shall answer my question before you get a single word out of me. Now then How far is your Camp from Here and How Many men have you in and around it i intended to carry your Fellows some Corn cakes d be see and i want to know the number of Mouths that i have to Cook quoth in that Case Quot said the rebel Quot i do not see any reason Why i a Bouldon t satisfy you. Our Camp then is shout five Miles from Here near the Cross roads and our number May be about five Quot that will do Quot cried the old woman with a Grin of satisfaction Quot yes that will do. And now you Are sure that the Man who came Here to buy a supper is the one you Are after Quot Quot we Are sure of it for although we have never seen the Man s face we d know him by Hia double barrelled Rifle As nobody else in the Yankee army carries a weapon of that Quot away it s the right one then Quot said the hag. Quot after he had finished and paid for Bis Mesi he says to me Friend i should like to put up Here for the night if you sve no objections but As i did not like the idea of accommodating a Yankee any More than i could help i told him there was no room for him As i expected visitors before Many hours. Well then says he can Yon Tell me of a place where i can pass the night a Little comfortably Yon see he added looking toward his big double is reeled Rifle i Don t like to Camp out As it looks t rain and this might be Hurt by it i know of no place i answered Short of four Mies from Here in an old Arn which is tight a no pub i think to keep a al the a in 1our Miles is a pretty Long distance a id he and As i have been tramping about to dip i Don t feel much. Like currying this Harry Load so far pointing to Hia heavy Knapsack As he spoke. Will Yeti by a no a a to let it remain till morn bit Well yes lid a he sitting i Iii til and Lii be at the veil filled i Seket Boot in via hand a. He ten do rate of the look and gave me a i Een Bank. Dollar. All i lit said i. And is then Denis read saying he would Call for his lungs in it Tbs lorning after be should his sleep in the then continued Tea Vorndan which Wlsh you do after it it min at on tel or we it in a it lbs Bim Ai a Bali Ambort. Pons station a ctr whip to i Faer Adhn Badito twi Side of the women. In Okay first Quot bit is if Yoa on do ibo to As Tea a Xot position of the lds i could describe it so Mem a he dark Quot rep me thl Quot old i am fit of a we Quot i Don t want any Reward for Lliel Ping my countrymen Quot replied she. Quot i so always ready to help along the Good with these Worda she disappeared into an inner room but came Forth in. A few minutes with a Gray Blanket brawn Over her shoulders. Quot i took this out of the yank s hover suck Quot said she with a Short dry laugh f Don t you think it becomes me Quot Quot away my Good woman very much but Lead on of you please for we have not much me to Quot Forward March Quot she exclaimed imitating the voi6e of a Man with Strong lungs. Quot for word March close up close up Quot and she noved along the Road at the tottering Pace natural to a person of her years. The night by this time had become very was obscured by thick driving Kolouas Quot and the win d screamed and roared among ered on each Side of the Road. Occasionally a Branch wrenched from its native trunk would fall into the Road with a terrible crash and More than once the rebels started Back and cocked their pieces in the belief that the Din was caused by the discharge of some Yankee Rifle. Quot a a Quot laughed the old hag upon one those occasions Quot it seems to Ine that you Are easily startled. Don t Yon think your commander might have picked a pair of bolder hearts than yours for this expedition Quot you bad better keep a Sint Tongue in your head my Good woman until you have had an Opportunity to witness As Many Battles As we have Quot answered one of the men Quot a Good Soldier is always on his Quot a. A Quot replied the old woman Quot but he should know How to distinguish Between the cracking of a Branch and the ring of a rifled the rebel did not relish the noise made by the loud shrill tones of the female guide and in order to put an end to the conversation he controlled himself sufficiently not to reply to her last the parly then continued their Way in silence which was not broken by either of them until they had gone about three Miles and a loud Clear Challenge suddenly startled the rebels. Quot halt who comes there Quot Quot Friend Quot answered the old woman in a ringing voice Quot Friend with prisoners Quot Quot we Are betrayed Quot yelled her compari infer and go to you whener Yon want it. Here wife is one Hundred dollars for Yoli May heaven bless it and. You. Hare Billy is one Hundred dollars for Yon be Good and irus 4o your Mot Beri and a Yon Aryl the oldest Witch faithfully Over your Brothers and Sis cirs. Jsmes Here is one Hundred dollars for you give it to you in Inot Ber whenever Slie wants it. Mary Takh this one thin dred dollars be a Good Gih and in your prayers remember your father. Come Here my pet Alice Here is one Hundred dollars for you to keep i Itil Good Mamma requires it. And now my Little told without a name yes let us cell bin Hope do yyi say so wife Quot it was assented to. Quot then Here you Little crowing cock bless the Litolf fellow i Jay never see him again. Kiss me boy. Here put this one Hundred dollars in your littl4 hand and Dan i a t it but pass it Over to your my Tbs a no soon As ,.tbe>i��ibr ii ii tedi Ellow s Heay Frap a seemed to quiver tel eras it he finished his distribution and Knef but h4ime bad come. He embraced each an13 Alt separate Quot by and declared himself ready Quot but Quot said or. Blunt Quot there is Anoir Hundred dollars coming to you the Hal Money. Who brought you he a Quot Quot that wee bit of a babe your Honor i d never i come in the world had it not been for that dear Quot Well then the hand Money or Premium belongs Quot bless me is it so wife put that one bundred dollars in the savings Bank for Hope and Nev car touch it if you Oan help it if Yoo can help it mind until he comes of age. God bless the Little fellow he stands Well in the world after Sll and May yet by the Man stepped upon the platform of the turn Stile and it was whirled out of sight of the world and All he the whole scene was a most touching one a one of True family affect of and one to be remembered by All witnessed it. Who says that poverty Sears and dried up the living streams of infection and the maternal love which we Bear to or kind death of Lehard Cohan. The Steamer Germania which recently arrived at new York from Southampton on the 5th, brings the news of the death of one of the noblest English patriots and firmest friends of our free institutions Richard Cobden. The sad event took place on the 2d inst. Or. Cobden was in ions and even As these words passed their in in the county of Sussex in 1804, lips they were surrounded by a dozenl8instructed in mercantile matters by an Federal Soldier one of whom carried a Nde in London and finally became wealthy lantern. As the rays of Light flashed upon the hag the rebels saw the Gray hair the Blanket and he female apparel dropped to the ground revealing the slight but Iron like Frame of a Union Soldier in the prime of life. Quot it is he by Quot exclaimed the prisoners simultaneously As their ounces wandered to the Long double barrelled Rifle he now held in Bis hand Quot it is he the scout a the Federal Chameleon Quot Quot away Quot answered the latter As he leaned upon his weapon with a quiet smile. Quot you Are trapped sure enough thanks to my disguise which is Only one of the Many i Earry in my Knapsack. Allow me to express my thanks to you for the information you gave me regarding the position of your Camp and the number of your men. I have already sent a messenger to my colonel in relation to the matter and i see he has commenced to act upon and is he spoke he pointed Down the Road where the dark outline of troops forming into line might be faintly distinguished. They were soon in motion and in the course of half an hour the booming Cannon the rattling of musketry end the cheering of Federal troops proclaimed that the combat had con fenced. The Din continued for about an hour when the prisoners heard from others who were brought to share their quarters that Tufe Southern troops had been surprised and t6tally routed. A falr.olatri1iatloa>fis u a manuf a the better part of Man s nature As Well As the worst features Are often made Mai be at tha supervisor s volunteering Rooni it a whole family Mother and five Obil drab led by their a to Swart head the. Husband and father prested themselves since to chairman Blunt in new York for the six Lynndred dollars Bounty be the Sbandi having Jast been examined and Auster add in. It. Was a Large family and a sorrow isl one All except Tea Little Tow headed fellow in his ibo thar a arms who waa in pig and crowing a though he really thought it waa a Cellan fun . Tha fair Iii appeared Uke Atte spec table on though ill a hand of poverty evidently rested upon Vit Audi this Moat Likely waa tha last hops Tea throwing of one overboard to Aava Tea Raat. . Of Brant con Tad tha Money one two three Fotter Ilvy it air bundred ours Waadt Ponsant edit a kind of Ai Oklys i int Amile waa via Ible it Branigh Ihu Anbi Dan Vieara that we i Fri Iii Down his 0basks> for his in a with his feta Lily a its Jock and Bop a a Abbottt Ilia a Bildren we aliasing to Hii it lags la Iii i Samiot a to i Vii tbsp Bis wife too Fibril of a idol outta Rabii grief and Blu Agali tha al in Olivir Tea Money was All right he held it Ini 4�is inn Indre Tobii a hid i iariqfldl4 is mood it Lilas. Joii a Itawi to now 11, and finally became wealthy to a Mer ant. He visited Greece and Turkey As a commercial traveler and Cathie to the United states in that capacity in 1835. Soon after his return lie was elected to parliament and became a prominent member of the anti Corn Law league. It was mainly to his efforts that the repeal of the Laws was secured and his grateful Coutt Tryman raised him by subscription 9350,-000. Later he distinguished himself by his opposition to the War with Russia Ait As the advocate of the measures of he extreme Radical party. Next to John Bright he has been the most thoroughgoing defender of stir Crovedi Petit units contest against rebellion and All will of Gret that his life was not spared until be could hear the news of those Triumph of the Union arms whi6b he had a on fid tidily predicted. Served her bight. The Terre haute express says that a mrs. Dunbar of that City said she is glad of president Lincoln s death were she near his grave would take ply a ure in dancing on it. This fas More Baa the Loyal women of the neighbourhood could Biar and accordingly on tuesday a dozen or More went to her House and Fote de her to take in hand a Flag draped in a mourning and proceed up town shouting at intervals Quot Hurrah for the Union Quot the ladies formed in Liue and As the novel process on. Passed through the a Rinei al streets no Littow commotion was caused i the ladies were allowed to a tooled with put let or hindrance and the tin Versil Veidis to was Quot a eyed her right Quot while the pro Cess que was passing along main Atrz it a numb of Eit Sens Mada up a pm a rss of Twenty six. Dollars and so piety Kostits and is Nso nth a the same to the Patri Otro Ildie a. A . A City editor who. Is Biol Mort line ing said in his last Issue that or my wished he had a. Eon to that by d dress him. Up Iltha fashion Juffs Elm upon the next Day by his Dora la to we fun he a been paying his attention Lor Tea last iwo Ysax or ii to asked Itoi if a really said that. Said Aba Quot a by dolt Jufu Maka afrangettent.8f0vt0ii4b?&Quot it t Lour Friend says he was Ever a he of a Quot Quot of i Fife i a we al right any ta.th9 pour f0nin i a Rex l i Quot it oat Iii Fob was the it Iijima vice no Btu a Tipa an old Piura a we Rbar to on whom Alm Befts Uff and ear we a it onto hear in ski a Ovead rho old of a Lipf Boi�.Tb��n�ofir-8af��oua patiently Foika ing item 4ie we i8nffer�agiitfhiiiiil� of Osbarn Kurig Iund a Qiu tion to Llis Jiten Snulli Bilor. .�ri.h--. do it Dulf to Qirici i a Vai a my Ift Bof the Iju itt a Jii Ptim let

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