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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - June 15, 1865, Connersville, Indiana The cd nne a Liberty and Union now and forever one and inseparable a Webster. Vol. 15--no. 34.conners Ville Indiana. Thursday june 15. 1865. Whole no. 762. The weekly times. Terms�?s�2.50 in Advance. Or. Baa Reft i Satin Ute of or. Lincoln. Or. But Orait Theen Arnedt historian than a whom no one person is better qualified for la task Contr Botas to the june number of tha 4-Lladtio monthly a thoughtful and admirable paper on Quot the place of Abraham Lincoln in history Quot which concludes As Mollova in Home respects Abraham Lincoln was a Uli arly fitted for his task in with the movement of his countrymen. He was of the Northwest and this time it was the Miami Sippi River the needed outlet for the wealth of the Northwest that did its a Artin asserting the necessity of he was one of the mass of the people he represented them because he was of them and the mass of the people the class that lives and thrives by self imposed labor Felt that the work which was to be done was a work of their own the assertion of equally against the Pride of oligarchy of free labor against the the lordship Over slaves of the great Industrial people against All the expiring aristocracies of which any Rem Danta had tied Down from the Middle age. He was of a religious turn of mind without super Anition and the unbroken Faith of the mass was like Hie own. As be went along through his difficult journey sounding his Way he held fast by the hand of the people nod a tracked its footsteps with even his pulses beat twined with their he co limited faults but the people were resolutely generous magnanimous and forgiving and he in Bis turn was willing to take instruction from their Wisdom. The measure by which Abraham Lincoln takes his place not in. American history Only Bat in Universal history is his proclamation of january 1, 1863, emancipating All slaves within the insurgent states it was indeed a military necessity and it decided the result of the War. It took from the Public enemy one or two millions of Bondmen and placed Between one and two Hundred thousand Brave troops in arms on the aide of the Union. A great Deal has been said in time past of the wonderful re it and Tao the toil of the enslaved negro in the creation of wealth by the culture of Cotton and now it is in pan to the Aid of the negro in Freedom that the country owes its Sac Gess in its movement of regeneration that the world of Mankind owes the continuance of the United states As the example of a Republic. The death of president Lincoln sets the Seal to that proclamation which must be maintained. It cannot but be maintained. It is the Only Rod that can a Frlj Cary Olp the Thunderbolt. A came to it perhaps reluctantly he was brought to adopt it As it were against Bis will but compelled by inevitable necessity. He disclaimed All Praise for the act saying reverently after it had succeeded a the nations condition god alone can and what a futurity is opened before the country when its institutions become homogeneous from All the civilized world the nations will Send hosts to share the wealth and glory of this people. It will receive ail Good ideas from abroad and its great principles of personal Equality and Freedom Freedom of conscience and mind Freedom of speech and action Freedom of government through Ever renewed common consent will undulate through the world like the rays of Light and heat from the aun. With one Wing touching the Watera of the Atlantic and the other on the Pacific it will grow into a greatness of which the a St has no parallel and there can be no spot a in Europe or in Asia so Remote or so secluded As to shut out it sinful a aces smoes 0beiujs&Quot of or. Lincoln. Colonel Charles g. Halpin has assumed the editorial control of the new York citizen. He says in his valedictory address to the Public in assuming with the present number the actual direction of this paper for the Firat time the writer like our late president a reminded of a Little Etoryi a Story to regard to or. Lincoln himself. Our late president was once speaking a bout in attack made on him by the com Mittee on the conduct of the War for a certain alleged plunder or something worse in to Southwest the matter involved being one which bad fallen directly Onder the observation of the officer to whom he was talking who possessed official evidence completely upsetting All the conclusions of the committee. A might it Bot be Well for me Quot queried the officer to aet this matter right in a letter to Home paper stating the facts As they act tally transpired a 0b, no a replied the president Quot at least not now. If i were to try to read be Vliss answer All the tucks made on me this shop might As Well be closed for any other business. I do the very Best i know Bow the very Best i can and 1 mean to keep do off until the end. If the end brings me out right what is said spinet is wont amount to anything. If lbs end Bringa me out wrong the Angela a we Nam 1 was right would Maks no Dif a Ira a it ass Worda of one for whom Bis Fin pm a Only fade with life the writer that in the col Vidt of. Ilu k��tw1t citizen be will do it do Wybest by in Barf boil Che very la esl be can and will Heap do to until Tbs my. If the end bring it All right it will be a Good thing of myself Ceria Ialy my for the Public up to if the end brings him out wrong nothing that he could say would improve that Issue. The old Sims. The pro Elavery democrats of the North dare not show openly their sympathy with the conspirators now on trial for co passing the assassination of the late president but they Render them All the Aid possible by assailing the tribunal ordered for their trial and vilifying the government for the manner in which it is proving their guilt. The democratic newspapers Are turning the lavish abuse which a few weeks ago. They heaped upon the sainted Lincoln upon president Johnson and Secretary Stanton for daring to bring the assassins to Justice in this Way and democratic judges Are travelling out of the Way in charging grand juries against the a Star chamber at Washington. True it is the manner of the trial rather than the trial itself to which they seem to object but it is Plain to be seen that they Are much More excited by the certainty of speedy Justice overtaking the criminals than alarmed at any danger Likely to result from their trial by a military tribunal. Judge Bond of Baltimore and judge Peckham of Albany n. Y., have both lately charged the grand juries at the opening of the courts presided Over by them that the trial of persons fur crimes by other tribunals than the civil Courte is in itself a criminal offence and highly Dan Rous to the vested rights of the people and we presume that other democratic judges will follow in their Wake. It is the Only Way they have of showing that they Are still animated by the venomous spirit of slavery and still sympathize with the Defeated slaveholders. They profess a great love for the right of Quot trial by jury a and imagine they Are forming a new and popular rallying cry but it will be found that they Are in favor of Quot trial by jury in this Case Only because trial by a jury made up of the Semi secessionists of Washington City would afford to the assassins a Chance of escape not now open to them. Both judge Bond and judge Peckham were on the Bench when the fugitive slave Law was in operation. Where then was their Devotion to the right of Quot trial by jury a under that Law men and women were arrested in the Northern states without the formality of civil process denied the privileges of bail hustled before a court composed of one individual and he generally chosen under circumstances making him inimical to the prisoner condemned upon sex Parte testimony and without the Benefit of a jury and sentenced to life Long imprisonment with no Chance of thu crime alleged against these victims of arbitrary Power was not that of unprovoked and deliberate murder not Midnight Cabal and conspiracy not treasonable combination to destroy the government. On the contrary they were peaceful orderly Well behave simple minded persons who interfered with nobody a rights or business and were Content to take a very Low place on the social ladder and enjoy an exceedingly limited share of favor or Protection from society. Their guilt was alleged to consist in the fact that they did not own the mesh is that they had dared to convey their bodies beyond the reach of men who worked them without wages whipped them without justification wronged them without Puni amp Hmenia who separated them from their wives outraged their daughters and sold their children from them in a Distant and horrible servility. Where then was the voice of Peckham and where the indignation of Bond did these men cry out against this oppression denounce these Star chamber tribunals and demand the right of trial by jury for the victims of this oppressive and unjust Law not they on the contrary they justified it All. They were on the Side of the oppressor then and thought it All right to set Law and Justice and vested rights at Defiance so Long As the interests of slavery were promoted thereby. But it is All wrong to try an Assassin by a jury of military men instead of a jury of sympathizers. It is Quot usurpation and Quot an outrage upon our liberties to compel a White Nan to submit to arbitrary proceedings but perfectly right to Hustle Quot niggers before an arbitrary commission and Send them Back to life Long slavery at ten dollars a pit Ihburg Gazette. Each in passing. The army of the West lost Hooker in the is View that of the East lost Sheridan. Meade s army had Only a part of its infantry shr Many a none of its cavalry. The Superior conver Sance of Meade with Washington City enabled him to so defile his forces that not a Gap occurred along the entire route hut Sherman a men ones or twice broke in sections for Long distances marring the Unity of the procession. Misadeh a army was composed of he most convenient levies Sherman a of the most individual. The army of the East was composed of citizens that of the West of pioneers. A gentleman socially so called would have preferred the display of Meade. His men had More readable faces better characterization and were less wild and outre in their expression. A Pioneer would have most applauded the review of Sherman because his men were hardier knot tier and weirder. Meade represented the army of the East being a Graceful and accomplished commander. Logan and not Sherman was the West a representative Soldier. The army of the West marched As a Rule better than the East if rigid mathematical Hime keeping is the test of Good training. Its constituents were in physiognomy just the men for dashing adventures prolonged advances and reckless fighting but Meade a men bore the impress of intelligent patience like that which sat before Richmond four Defeated years and in the end had the Pluck to pass Over the bastions of Petersburg. The officers of Sherman were less punctilious in externals than those of Meade. His staff officers were not so neatly garbed his line officers were More indifferent to their wardrobe. The West was the Public army Florip Republic the East for a standing army and new York troops generally speaking were the Best Meade had to show. Illinois troops casually remarked were the Flower of Sherman a veterans. The absence of cavalry which would have quite embarrassed Sherman so far As the spirit of his entertainment went was made up by series of contraband and Many Odd concomitants in the shape of mules fowls and dogs which the soldiers took along. Sherman had less artillery than Meade. The Battle flags of both were equally riddled. Harmony prevailed among the partisans of both armies. The country was proud of them All. Their deeds Are alike their fames Are equal their reviews were the most won Deruff Panorama in american the scenes along the Avenue As they passed by were Akin to those of yesterday. The main interest of course was the presidents place. President Johnson. The London Spectator of May 6, has a Long article on our new president which commences As follows a very original very determined it May be very dangerous but unquestionably very powerful Manhas succeeded Abraham Lincoln. The Public in this country have been deceived As much by the formal utterance of or. Johnson when accepting the presidency As by the Accident which threw such ridicule Over his inauguration in the subordinate office. This is no feeble ruler sure to be a tool in the hands of his secretaries or the parties around him. Any More than it is a Drunken rough elevated by an Accident and incapable of an idea but a Strong self reliant Man accustomed to Rule and to Rule in a revolution with a policy As distinct As that of the oldest european statesman and a will which be that policy Wise or rash will assuredly make resistance to it a most dangerous there is no single Point in politics which it is so important to englishmen to understand As the character of the american president they cannot afford a second mistake such As that committed about or. Lincoln and we have passed hours in studying the speeches and acts of or. Johnson As governor of Tennessee. The More we have read the More strongly has the conclusion grown on us that the new american president is one of the most individual men on the continent a ruler who whatever else he May do or leave undone will most assuredly Rule who will borrow knowledge but accept advice Only when it harmonizes with his own preconceived convictions. An Eastern Juggler. The armies of the East and West. The correspondent of the near York world referring to the grand review of the 20th, has the following interesting sketch As to the history of these Friendly armies All Are familiar with it. The one was raised on Border farms and by the necessities of Border life bad become inured to hardship and prompt in the use of weapons it fought a people like itself but less ,.and with the Aid of Eastern sailors broke the South in half. At length and under the shelter of Leviathan in Iron pierced the co0ry As far As the River sources. Then while the army of Meade held the rebel government in ita throttle that of Sherman broke from the Rivers and swept the Gulf states till by the Ost prodigious marches on record it Cut off All the Seaboard cities from their defending armies and in torn kept Johnston in crawl. Then Meade quitting also the shelter of the River stormed Petersburg and Utich mond which fell together. They finished the War each subjugating an army and while history will do them Euri and like Justice the folks of the present Day wish ing to see them compared they appeared upon review. They had equal cd Ajioka to the procession. They occupied six hours can take care of himself. In a recent speech sex governor Wright of Indiana said Quot As to the cant about the negroes ability to take care of himself he had these facts to relate wafd he would do so without comment in 1862 the rebel legis Listurs of South Carolina raised a committee to inquire into the expediency of enslaving the 5,000 free negroes of Charleston. The committee reported against it and stated that those 6,000 free negroes paid into the Treasury of Charleston annually $35,000, and that their property amounted to $1,-500,000. Out of that amount of property 8300,000 Worth of it was composed of slave. That the 9,000 free negroes of new Orleans were Worth As much As the White population of Louisiana that these free negroes bad their own schools their own benevolent societies amp a. These facts he contended proved that the free negro was capable of taking care of himself. He also stated that a lady who owned 500 negroes in 1860 told him thatche had Loat them All but 200 he the beginning of 1864. That year she made a contract with Liem to on it Sivate her farm on the shares and that last year under such system where the neg of was working for himself As Well As for Bis mistress the 200 made her More mosey than boo had Dotte in while travelling through India Between Surat and Nagore my body servant one Day informed meal hat a great Juggler and Snake charmer wished to have the Honor of showing me something of his wonderful skill. Quot what can he do a i asked. Quot almost everything that is mar Velotis i have been told a was the answer i received. Quot admit my servant withdrew and returned with a Small withered old Man about whom i saw nothing very remarkable except his eyes which were Small Black and piercing. And seemed to have lightening imprisoned in them. I do not know that the Man could see in the dark like a cat but there was at times that Peculiar fiery appearance of the balls which is often observed in night prowling animals. He wore a White Vest turkish browsers a sort of Crimson Petticoat worked with strange devises a turban of Many colors and red Morocco shoes pointed and turned up at the toes. His arms and neck were Bare and with the exception of a couple of heavy Gold rings in his ears he displayed no extraneous ornaments. His age i judged to be rising of sixty and his Short moustache was almost White. He made a Low Salaam and then appeared to wait to be addressed. Quot your name a said i in Hindo Ostane. Quot Paun Jar your Quot i am told you wish to show me some wonders a Quot if your excellency Quot Well what can you do a he suddenly produced from where i did not see and can not Tell a a Large Ball of twine which he appeared to toss into my Lap keeping hold of one end so that it unrolled the whole distance Between him and me at least ten feet saying As he did so Quot will your excellency please examine what you see a now i honestly aver that i Taw that Ball of twine when he threw it As plainly As i Ever saw anything in my life saw it come towards me saw it unroll and apparently drop into my Lap so that i brought my knee quickly together to catch it and yet when 1 put my hand Down to take it and looked Down for it it was not there nothing was there and at the same instant i perceived the juggle balancing it on the end of his fingers. Quot pshaw a said i Quot you deceived me by making me believe you threw it toward Quot does your excellency think i have it a he asked and before i could answer i saw in place of the Ball a Large Beautiful Rose which he was balancing by the Stem and yet he had not altered his position and scarcely stirred a Finger. I began to be astonished. While yet i looked i saw in his right hand a Large cup. And in his left the Rose. He Stey it Ped Forward a few feet Laid the Rose Down on the ground and placed the cup Over it. Here it will be observed there was no machinery to assist him no table with false top concealed apartments and Confederate perhaps to effect the change As we see similar tricks performed in a place fitted up by the magician for the purpose a but Only my own quarters in the full Bright Light of Day with myself sharply watching him within five feet and my attendants grouped around almost As near. Having covered the Rose with the cup As i would be willing to make oath for i saw the Rose distinctly As the hollow vessel held by the top went slowly Over it the conjurer resumed his former place and said Quot will your excellency be kind enough to lift the cup and see what is under it a of course 1 would have wagered a heavy sum that the Rose was still there for one thing because expecting some trick i had kept Iny Eye on it to the last moment and was certain there was no possibility of its being removed after the hand had let go of the cup at the top. I complied with his request stepped for sri and raised the cup but instantly dropped it and bounded Back with a cry of terror for there instead of the red Rose was one of the Little Green deadly serpents of India coiled up and ready for a Spring with its Small glittering eyes filed intently on mine. Snakes of any kind Are my horror and this one not Only horrified me but All my attendants who with the cries of alarm enlarged the Circle very rapid or. For they knew its bite to be fall. Quot no More such tricks As these conjurer a said i sternly. Quot it is perfectly harmless your grinned the old Man walking up to it lifting it up by the neck putting its head into his Mouth and allowing it to run Down his Throat. 1 shuddered and half believed the Juggler possessed of a Devil if not a Devil himself. He next prod iced a tube that looked like brass about two feet Long and half an Inch in diameter and next the Ball of twine again. Where these things came from or went to i could not Tell. They seemed to to i his hands when he wanted them but never observed his bands passing near his dress either when they appear or disappeared. When i looked for the Oil thit i had lifted from the Snake u was gone and yet neither myself nor any Dif any attendants bad so this wonderful san Pink it up to rough the brass tube the Conj Ufir now Pas one and of the twine a Pat Batemo Lis Teeth. Hie then Pat Tim Tea tube Between Bis lips Ihfe Back Bis head and held it perpendicularly with the Ball of twine on Tje upper end. Then suddenly this Ball began to turn and turn rapidly and gradually grow smaller till it entirely disappeared As if the twine bad been run off on a reel. What turned it or where it went to no one could see. The Juggler then set the tube the other end up and a new Ball began to Forin on the top but apparently ribbon of half an Inch in Width and of different these rolled up. As if on a Bobbin till it formed a wheel of two or three inches in diameter when the performer seemed to toss ribbon and tube Over his shoulder and that was the last i saw of either. He next reproduced what seemed to be the same cup i had lifted from the Snake showed something that looked like an egg advanced the same As before and placed the latter on the ground and the former Over it and again re ies a Lii to raise it which i declined to do fearing i Sho Tild see another Serpent or something equally horrifying. Quot will any one lift the cup a be said turning to he others. A no one volunteered to do so but All rather Drew Back. At this he took up the cup himself and appeared to throw it into the air and there sat in its Olsoe a Beautiful Dove which flew up and lighted on his shoulder. He took it in his hand muttered Over some unintelligible words seemed to cram it into his Mouth and that was the last i saw of that also. He performed some other tricks similar to these and concluded with the mysterious bag. This bag which somehow came into Hia hands As did All the other things which he used in a manner unknown to myself was from two to three feet Long and about a foot wide. It looked As if it had been used to bold some kind of four and i certainly saw something like the dust of flour Fly from it when he turned it inside out and beat it across his hands. He turned it Back again and tied up the Mouth of it with a string muttering a Low incantation at the time. This done he threw it on the ground and stamped on it treading it All out Flat with his feet. He then stepped Back a few paces and requested us All to fix our eyes on it. We did so and after a lapse of perhaps thirty seconds we saw it begin to swell up like a bladder when being expanded with wind. It continued to swell till every part became distended and it appeared As round and As solid As if filled with Sand. Its solidity however was Only apparent for when the Juggler went up and placed his foot on it it yielded to the pressure but immediately sprung Back or rounded out As soon As that was removed. He then jumped on it with both feet and flattened it All omit As at first. He then went away again and the bag being left to itself As before again began to Rise or inflate but this time As if some animal like a cat were inside of it. In fact i could see where there appeared to be legs and then to my utter amazement i May almost say horror it began to move toward me As if impelled by the unknown something in it i do not think 1 am a Coward my worst enemy has never accused me of being one at least but i confess that on this occasion my nerves would not let me remain passive and i retreated from the advancing mystery and informed the magician that i had seen enough to satisfy me of his wonderful occult Powers. At this he smiled grimly walked up to the bag and trod it Down again picked it up and beat it with his right hand across his left caused it to unaccountably disappear from Iny sight and then made his concluded Salaam. How these wonders were perform died a by what Art Power or magi��?1 do not and never expect to know. 1 have conversed with Many persons who have seen quite As strange and unnatural things but Neter heard any explanation that i considered at All satisfactory. I simply relate what 1 a ato. But scarcely expect any one to credit my statement Well knowing that i myself would not have received such marvels As facts on the testimony of the most reliable Friend i have in the world. Quot if your excellency wills i shall now have the Honor of showing you How i Charm wild serpents a said the necromancer. 1 had heard something of this singular Power and was desirous of seeing it displayed. Accordingly Maseu and attendants All repaired to an open Field at no a eat distance where after some search Paun Jar discovered a Hole in which he said he doubted not there was a Snake. Quot but before i Call him Forth a he pro needed "1 most be assured that Home one of sufficient cottage will stand ready to out him Down when 1 Gie the signal otherwise should he prove to be a cobra Copella my life May be Quot i will myself undertake that said i. Drawing my sword. The Man hesitated evidently Sesung to insult me by a doubt and yet not eager to risk Bis life on the strength of my nerves after the display of timidity 1 bad already made. 1 i read All ibis in the Many a face and i said very Stively Quot never fear Good Sirl 1 will Cut Down whatever you amp ing tip this time be it in so a or do vile a Quot a by life is at oter excellency a mercy bowed the Man with a humility. Quot remember the signal. When i raise my bind above a in Bead May Tbs Bio be left of Tref and do Adly lib then gave Bis whole att nth on to the business before him putting an instr Meota not in lira Small Fla Geolot to Bis lips Btu began to play a Abrill Montoto Ioas disagreeable sort of a tune keeping his eyes riveted upon the Hole in the ground and soon aft tor to my utter astonishment though i should have been prepared for anything i saw the ugly head of the hooded Snake the dreaded cobra Capella the most poisonous of All deadly reptiles come slowly Forth with its spectacled eyes fixed steadily upon the strange musician who began to Retreat Back lizards slowly a step at a time the Snake following him. When at length in this manner he had drawn the hideous creature some ten or fifteen feet from its Bole he suddenly squatted Down and began to play More loudly and shrilly. At this the Serpent raised itself on its tail As when about to make its deadly Spring and actually commenced a dancing motion in time with the music which was continued for about a minute when the Charmar gave me the a Ignal to strike. Gradually and Ste Atily i advanced near Eno Tigh for Tbs blow and then struck cutting the reptile in two and sending it head flying to some distance. 1 never took life with better satisfaction. Whatever deception there might Bavy been about the jugglers tricks there is certainly none about the Snake for i have its skin still in my Possession. I gave this Man a couple of Gold Mours and be went away perfectly satisfied wishing my excellency any Quantity of Good Luck. 1 was perfectly satisfied too and would not have missed seeing what i did that Day for ten times the amount paid. A bold swindler. One of the boldest swindles we have heard of was enacted at Cleveland the other Day. The Herald says a stranger while purchasing a Steamboat ticket at Captain Pierce s office related that he Whf travelling on the Lake Shore Road coming hither. By his Side sat a stranger. Wheir the former handed his ticket to the conductor. He exposed to the View of his companion a $100 Treasury note in connection with other Money. Soon afterwards the latter commenced talking about counterfeit Money and explained several new cuu Utti feits. Among others a very ingenious one upon the 9100 Treasury notes. Said he Quot by the Way. I see you Huv one of those notes. Just let me take it. And i will show you How to detect the when the owner of the note reached Cleveland he discovered that his sociable companion had kept the $100 note and had Given a one Dollar Greenback instead the thief had got off several stations Back so that it was impossible to obtain redress. Said a Flaxen haired Little girl to her Mother a few Days since in our presence Quot a were there any newspapers before the War a having received an affirmative reply the child inquired. Again innocently Quot what did they put in them a the chef de la Houch at the Tuil eries died the other Day. The duty of this important official was to taste every article of food before it was brought to the Imperial table. It is said the prettiest girls in Utah generally marry Young. Great improvements in sewing machines. Empire shuttle machine patented february 14, 1860. 8alb8b00m8 no. 5��6 York. No. 252 Washington . To. 720 Chestnut . Rinnis machine is constructed on x entirely new principles of mechanism possessing Many rare and valuable Empro cements having been examined by the most profound experts and pronounced to be Simp Citer and perfection combined. It has a straight Needle perpendicular action makes the lock or shuttle stick which will neither rip a or Ravel and is alike on both sides performs perfect sewing on every description of material from leather to the finest Nanook Muslin with Cotton Linen or silk thread from the coarsest to the finest number. Having neither Cam nor cog wheel and the least mss Ible friction it runs As smooth a Glass and is smph�?t1callt a k0z1blb88 machine it requires fifty per cent less Power to drive it than any other Machii in the Market. A girl twelve years of age can work it steadily without fatigue or injury to health. Its strength and wonderful simplicity of construction Render it almost impossible to get out of order and is guaranteed by the company to give entire satisfaction. We respectfully invite All those who desire to Supply themselves with a Superior article to come and examine this unrivalled machine. But in a More Especial manner do we solicit the patronage of Corset makers Gaiter fitters shoe binders Vest and Pantaloon makers. Merchant tailors coach makers hoop skirt manufacturers shirt k bosom makers dress makers a Elimous and charitable institutions will he Liura Ify dealt mtg. Prices of machine Complete no. 1 family machine with Hemmer Feller and w no. 3, Small manufacturing with Extension table. 7s no. 3, Larm manufacturing with Extension table 85 no. 4. Large manufacturing for leather with rolling foot and Oil cup. Loo one to wry a ins Metton is sufficient to enable any per my to work this machine to their entire a tia action lornts wanted for All towns in the United states where agents Are not already Estah Lithe let also for Cuba Mexico Central and South Amo Rioa to whom a Liberal i secant will be Given. Taauau invariably Oahu on delivery. T. J. Mcarthur amp co., fts8 Broadway. N. We. H. Sharpe a co., Chicago. Of Engraf Northwestern agents. Febo aac6. La my

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