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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 31, 1854, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaTjie Tioga. School act was to enacted and engrafted Ghr tog a the la endowed Fehd Bhoj and also to their tools Itous on 7 which can be teen in All the Laws at we will detail from Imbt time until1 lunge wus made by Iho of the last eral Assembly. In 1849, when 1 thuk5day, ing. Lor a distribution of the fund to Rule was retained Ond the Law was a apr by the then executive of the stale. In Iho course of Trio hut session of the legislature Yea both branches were democratic cratic governor the school Law was again fro Vised and re enacted but All the sectarian Fea Tures were stricken out. In the face of Thi Swo Cord showing that they Anil they Only a a for to when in Power have engrafted this feature on the state my they have the Hardihood Loccke before Tho Public attempt to Rise Issue against the democratic parly on Tia Cuba lion. Rangling demagogues attempted. Vinter to excite prejudice on the Eukert and raise a alarm Aeto the action of the Unis lature when not single petition presented asking for the measure nor b motion made to that effect. Comment is unnecessary. We Tom Bot pms Only ask if the democracy be nol Friendly to the school Lyst pm How it comes that it irae been so Long cherished and perfected under democratic Rule. The Effort of our opponents to excite Reli Zious prejudiced against us is no new thing. You will All remember that when that Cool and pure Man Francis r. Shunk was the demo cratic nominee for governor the whigs p Ted to sectarian prejudice against him. He was charged with submission lot influence and with trampling upon the Ameri can Flag while walking in a Catholic proc traion at Pittsburg. Out this shameless failed and or. A hunk was elected and ived Long enough the live Dawn All these slam Lurous accusations. J we duct not Reile Rala Iho Syf Itom of a tics adopted Borjie whigs in the preside Mia icon test of 185ij, in which they courted the Cha who lies and foreigners will tha same Hal they had 1 previously denounced and tech is As sacred so Tioga table. Commencing g Eit Assam by Colfin w. Of Toson Register Sci. P. Commi3s Oner and Kew Mitja Daugila audit of Alanson e. Lyles. It Wai also said last year Fiat the Defoe rats intimated rimmed Atell at to source n boy of 14 or 15 years nge. Lole Arletter press to Siiling one who has worked the business some will be profiled. Gov. Bibler vill address the citizens of this county a the court House in Wells Oroon wednesday evening of first the governor will positively Tio present. Of the citizens of Are democrats suspected from principle am Hava a right to to the Tea As such m they Are also Beefy for unanimous or be arty so opposition to a show. The thing is said tabs reversed and Hugh the encroachments of the South therefore Able wrong though they won id. To sure to occupy the right their own allowed with it a they must abandon it they Mist relinquish every other article of their political Faith and act Only with reference to this one and with reference to the one they must act Only is a for political reasons Are inclined to the practical effect of All this is Bool As follows to be cure you the democrats Are anti Nebraska and we the whigs Are anti Nebraska but this is no Lime to talk of party or political topics. We must act but we can not go Over to it is Loo late or too tall or too 8 15 11 8 32 n -852 8 As u 9 25 ii 10 00 1025 org. Arr 10 45 a m Shattuck cooler s. Isaac bread Luffa Vav Market continues Active and flour Todar has by the Northern free soil societies att de a Yjih further Advance of twelve cents to tace of sales of Baltimore at s8 87 at 9 37. Wheat even virtually Adi Southern red at82 invigorating the Merib of this purely Vegel ahle extract for tie n. Moval prostration july discs other column of this paper feared. Its Correct Neeb. The recent convention which is mention was not put off for that purpose and meeting that so Manor discordant mate rials had resulted happily. Some were pleased and some outside were displeased. If this who will doubt his word. 1 now it is presumed that to accommodate these men who thought the nominations too late last year the Conven lion of this year was fixed to meet Al an earlier platform killed or injured any for is per dozen. Genuine. Day. Now it , Grum be no charter Biers say the convention met too soon of you Mia he Nad no particular regard Tot Black see or. Editor with some there is nothing men but for Man. The fugitive Law named no might be applied upon the governor. Now so far we have to safety when one mania the Chat Tel of another. We have no slaveholders who observe the Mark of Tyllo no. 3 Franklin t. W Dyott pc 132 ninth second Street Phila Delphiia Solc a Sci for Pennsylvania. E great gift thousand and one to the contrary this great ha3 been Fly arising a Grcen Bay tree. The Preem i Sci id. We do Tot believe it politic Days the n. Y. Eve. I is for the people of the free states to restore Missouri Compromise even if they Liao it in Mieir Power. They can do that con Promise twas a hard bargain for the fro Sta a. While it was on our statute Book we stood by it. T has been broken by the party and the defeat of its candidates Al tue r you and support your men however True on this subject. Ergo you must come Over to us As 1 no concerned i shall ens Arti the Nomina the element it Only and support ours. If you do not you Are Politi tons. No better ticket can be made and i conserve a itself and nothing else. I Consas tie Rao t it resting cliaraemr7and will Rem Iva Ca emigration will Ful perusal. Or. Pei Ham s card also hound claim the Cal supporters of a one think it the duty of All members of the demo horse we quote from the refined cratic party to give it their Hearty support Sheet referred Ami deserve uie Tep Robalino of throughout the county. In this Section All Are every e Man. Such is virtually the position of the and of More agitators than one who desire the democratic satisfied. Fau Misti of elected because he was every Naan of the Catholic , was selected because in was Prohl by us Arrhe Force of such logic is by. It not for us to say we y the by their a fair advantage has been ofter b of that sect. Tell is nol fur us to say whigs have so continued i much k. Chan a in important offices or Why they Bare nominated or. Cursio an adopted Citi Ken for canal to do Eay that the democratic party treating All t lasses of citizens and All religious Eccl alike to the Constitution and Reward men accor ing to their merits ant qualifications. Some c holies and adopted citizens it is Trio have Ben appointed to office under the pres fit s ate administration and Tome of bulb these dates Havo been turned the religious of either Tho applicant or incumbent wore i of con a jeered in any Case. If it was counted i at too Many methodists and presbyterians lit d been appointed and that this i acl was the Conse quench of religious Bias the charge would have quite As much the appearance of truth. This we believe is equally True of Uio National administration As by authentic it appears that out of four thousand Hun Durd office ii olders to the c ploy of Iho general govern Merit in the various Deparl urints v Washington and acting at ministers 1 Lenti Ryland l in Llie custom in the several slates there arc Tut four Hundred and one of foreign it i and Varec Lent id per cont. Of Lue whole number. I the while population of Llie s Hes by Iho census of 1850, which Luke i Luara Tion was in Piny oni in Lions seven Jun Rcd and ninety Ilarue thousand bund rid and nicely a lieu Liliu Tisland Luis Arvd i of ibis nmn Bor Millins two Liun and forty thousand live Hundred and Ali pity i Wero j foreign Burn being ten Ami Twu Len los to r c int of i lie whole Wii Iio Pupu Huiyun out of one Hundred Aad Liliy i to Rpp int i Curf in thu cil Juluin Lluu Aogot i Tinis Ivan in j but Uro of foreign birth bit Ira but be i Ven per it. Of Ull Iho the Liole White population of Ponx Alvunia by the Fiarino census to two millions j two Hundred fifty eight u Ourand Rae imn i Treiland sixty. Of in number three undred and thousand one Hundred and i be wore of foreign birth Jeanj thirteen and Lwort to at in per cent. So that to o de to us. Shall we Heeil Ato to improve not Only Kansas and Nebraska and Tho other territory before secured to Freedom shall now be free Lut to also shall every other which is All hereafter come into this Union.1 there vis an understanding that future Stales now con prising a part of Texas should be admitted a i slave states. This was agreed to by leading Northern men. Daniel he had made up his mind to take his deep and fatal plunge of Iho seventh of March into the turbid Waters Aid thai in compliance Wilh this in Dere Lancing he should regard it As his duty to vote for the admission of other slave slates from Texas. From that obligation and from All other obligations to slavery except to 1st it alone in a talks where it now exists we have bin re leased by Tho Irp peal of the my Souri Coli pro Nisic. Now if insist upon and compel the Alion of he Missouri Compromise do we not also by hat very act restore All the conditions existing favourable to slavery 1 do we desire tins we Oje now placed in a Betler position than we have Ever before occupied for a successful opposition to spread of slavery and for to extinction of slavery where in now exists ii territories out of which new states Are to is formed. Lot us Mytke the most of this favourable position. no Chimer Hal of re constructing a bad be gain now no pulled by the Fuit Jesa it Sofic other party let us Avail ourselves of the Wiiki Ici cd advantage which has been Given to us. I he drought for t e last sixteen years we have not known the Iva i r to be so Low in the Wells As has been Pond our reach entirely. To do not mean to underrate the importance of the election upon the Public sentiment of the country. We know that a u. S. Senator is this session to be elec Ted and we want a Man to go to the legislature who while he is in All contests about slate government a Democrat will also represent us properly on the subject of slavery and free Dom and id in the election of Iho right Man to the Senate. In View of this whole subject then we have As a party taken Jiosi Burg manuf Mclure. It i Lii ii the Bossburg i a., july 25th. About 1795, Coleman former an Iron matter the latter a thousands of acres of land in this Vic onily then known to contain Coal. At various times other enl Rita were made and the existence of Coal in this Region gradually became generally known giving increased value to the lands i Urt Hases of interest in Coal lands and attempts to open mines were natural results. These continued until some 20 when capitalists of Philadelphia and new York made a Purchase and secured haulers in Pennsylvania and new Yolk Lor Tho Road now running from Corning up the Tioga River. Go Teal trouble and under Many embarrassments the Road was finally completed in 1639. This was will soon dispose of itself. Also be brought to Bear upon North Texas so that when she divided into four slates three will be the Washington correspondent of the Ledger under Dale of the 21st instant Baa the Foj lowing sensible remarks upon this subject idea s has reached from Nebraska and the Effe fit that the emigration territories 13 so rapid Aslo justify the opinion that in Iris than two years they will both Knock at the door of the Union for admission. The emigration is principally from Ohio Illinois Indiana and the new England Stales leaving no doubt As to the character of the population which will Sway that county. It is the sheer est nonsense to talk of making either Kansas or Nebraska a slave state. Both Are destined and bound to be free under that clause of the Law establishing territorial governments for both of them which allows the people of the territory in determine for them selves whether they will establish or Rule out ii 1 ii Jav attention of All being Liberal in can not fail of a insure the Sala of uie a mining tickets in a very . In orders tickets Wii i Oul delay and thus hasten Ilia desired consummation of the in Tiu was Iii Auy uuiuu1ci.uvi m . Tio far it is no exaggeration to promptly such n position As the importance of exertions of James a say that ten Northern emigrants oppose to the crisis seemed to demand. We have unania. Wilson i is Tho president of the Railroad slavery have gone to Kansa s and Nebras Mously passed Strong anti Nebraska resolutions company. And 1 to , that or. Wilson to one slave Holder and these ten Northern reaped a Rich Reward fur his Enterprise and pub men have no idea of voting lie spirit in great pecuniary u the gratitude of Hie Cili fens of Tioga he Liko Many other enterprising men allowed his Public spirit i Sicad of his interests Toffon Ern him and he became per formally Lial to for n Road which was constructed Somo ten years i i adv Irice of the Public Nice sly for in. Fur when the Road was completed and the Coal sent to Market so Little prepared Wero Tho pub Lic that Coal which Cost delivered at Corning was with gnat difficulty sold for even its freight and hut a Limilo demand for it existed even it Hal Rale. Under such a slate of things Kinnel loss rum those who Hail nobly Char cd capital in a lauds Halo attempt to develops Ilie resources of lation it is Shonn thai our adopted ii Irons have i to u a i Crar aim like 1 Pollocl not received that Tho Oto Ether j m this Borough the two weeks. Stale of nation to Wlinich Urey Are Nii we i at our dwelling House gave out for v in the stale of . To which they a tied by their strength. I Takides of whet Igli Ivan adopted citizens employed kind of oleic in Ca Lucily in Penis Sylvania connected with Tho collect Iii of customs it appears Hal iwo receive if be Dol inns per Day and the others acting rely As night inspectors or watchmen Only 0116 Dollar and fifty cells per Day each thai near a if not All of ilium came to this country Alliey j were of Nee. Lin i lived Bora from Twenty to thirty years and have children Burn Here. In the army and Navy of the . Iho foreigners furnish most of the tank and file but very few officers indeed of Lur Nairn Birtle Drc now in Iho Public service. Ali a in this pit ocular is Marki d and , us Avor of the native born i Lizunas. I is u not Ihnn he Cath the dignity of what was once a Preal political party. U soul the cd Only in a Rorrer Over Iheson things. In conclusion fellow we Filush a a you to guard against the devices of 4n artful and enemy. Not be minded thid horror of this sectarian clamor Are to get votes. It is one of the Means As l i most available for Ihn Lime which the leaders adopt to deceive the honest manses. Let Cov. Dealer and he a Eland ill in own merits. at Icse. Lipil at sex Iru Neonie i Iii slims poor which him has had and can have Noc Uii Rol and which affected Culler by his election or having done this you cannot fail to rally to Hie support and to lint of Tho whole ticket promoted Lor your considerations and approval. J. don11am, chairman. Guo c. Walkkr Sce y. August 3, Isol. The first Tirrie since it was made Home thirteen years so he. The potatoes Corn have suffered Beverly in All parts of the county. The full feed will to very Lipil. Real list to for Sale. By to oar advertising columns it will be icon that the Gerb hotel in Law run Levi a is offered Lor Sale tug her with Louic a us be land. In our convention and put in nomination a ticket Whoso soundness upon this question is beyond denial. What further proof of our sincerity can be demanded 1 what More can reasonably the asked of its Cut the Cunt in lion was a one horse says the and therefore a must oppose it however unobjectionable Ita position May unfortunately for the i sync be of the agitator the whig party Hud no misgivings about Call ing a state convention and putting a strictly parly ticket in nomination. That ticket they ask us to support on Ami Nebraska not a word is said the Lonc Hoise by Wlinich Pollock was nominated but they ask us to support him without although lie is a p irly candidate. After All this one would suppose that they would at least support our county Pickut since All the candidates arc decidedly anti Nebraska in principle. We Are expected to Syval Low judge Pollock and the whole whig platform Wilh him because he is supposed to be a decidedly Auli slavery Man but they cannot As much a sup port a Man for commissioner even however True on this Point if Hoppens to Rhu a demo crat and like Pollock nominated by his parly vengeance. In ode breath we Are asked to support a whig who is a party candidate and in tie next to repudiate our own Rrt ii because they arc parly candidates the people Are called upon to stand aloof from the democratic parly because it has As a party this Rich Coal Imd Only the convolution of knowing Hal they were ten years in Advance of their Lima. The Road and the mines being sep ply of Coal inn for some years greater than the demand. This however increased yearly Anil latterly Wilh great rapidity. As the Superior Quality of the Coal became known especially did in world its Way frito Iron manufactories and shops there wrought Iron 13 made till now there a scarcely a Blacksmith Between Albany and Chicago who does not Lay in his Supply of Burg the reason of this High appreciation of this feel is that Ilia quite free from Sulphur and unlike the Coal sold at Erie and Cleveland it makes on the for Joe a hollow fire is Tho Otil Sido of the fire is a crust by the welding or melting together of Iha this crust retains the greatest amount of heat inside just where it is wanted to impart to the Iron the greatest heat in the shortest Lime. For Smiths purposes this Blossburg Coal is unrivalled and will Ever be in demand. And for Ages to come a Liao mines will be Able to of Iii Littion which would depreciate to value of their labor if in did not absolutely degrade it. In will always he of where territories whose soil and climate admit of free labor Bre thrown open to new settlers. Tho Northern Farmer and Mechanic can get ready to March in a Day while settlement of ii Southern estate and the transportation of Nej roes require vary Dif Ferent care prudence and circumspection. By sides the men who emigrate Aro not ranting politicians. They go to new territories to bet Ter their obtain a higher Reward for their Paior and to be More Happy and free in every respect. Now Hov Many Southern slaveholders do you i hink will be supposed to take their negroes trom a Southern Plantation to persons Titi of employer no. S500 to a year. A change to make Tsosey Cood Book agents wanted the subscriber publishes a Numier Jboob vory such moral and religious tint Mea May falsely engage in their Livoy will Confer a Public Hene Fil it Chivu a Lair Cuin non a him for Weir labor. Yit Tia men of Lati this lers an oppo Runny Lor to be met wish. Fat Bersos Vii Sibug in cd Giitl m will receive promptly by a full Wilu directions in it a sums in act As tugrik apr with the Irum Tii Winch i icy will be by Ilu Jub Cal Jar Rosi paid. Kola kit Sears. 181 William si., n v tin prks3, and ready for to i of Lowr 1ss1. Sends 1 Sony Idun i la uus Siaa empire.1 for further ular. a Bubo muxkvai., Ali Relve at Whf areas i Flat is iraqi Ltd on he i Linkk Laic of Liberty Tjugen to. A dec p Nide hied in Sard i 1 i medi ult end those having the same for . Ann a a. Mox Eval . Jr., la r Shierly 31, 153-1 . Null us aum no come up boldly and Robly to the work and tabbed an Ajo Quale of he article. This Missi us letter from Ettfer. Son capital of the stale of Missouri daled 17ih iist., f 30 Dunio crafts and 20 whigs. The Tho Congress of Liberia Niter Lakinjr k Vod is Laud lie Post office system and by a new Law Liniev times Tho amount stolen. If u Ely a la Uund i , a pm o pm ludic is if Jusi a they new hotel. William i b. Astor Josiah Gro Iny p. To Barnum William ii. Burroughs of the Ini i in and Coleman Stetson of the As Tor Houe have purchased the Row of Brick building facing the Bovling Green a and look ing up Broadway. They will demolish these inned Moji Ami erect upon the site hotel Sandstone. Now for the Gist of Tho matter. Liis hotel a intended solely for the coloured eople of the United states. It will by leased t coloured men and none but coloured men will be mowed to Board there. An establish professed to have an interest in is Safe continue to wage a bitter and obstinate warfare upon our candidates because we did nut take As a party that course which they in i Fiir abundant Wisdom and immovable self complacency had deemed most expedient. Earnest champions of principle 1 you Are governed Only by after that principle is put beyond harm s reach you will Fin rat. The lugubrious forebodings As regards Prepon Derance of slave holders in Kansas and Nebraska take that. Tie whig St Ite committee in their address speak of the subject of common schools in this Wise it is one of vast interest As connected with the moral and intellectual training of tha child Ren of the who when this Genera a to granted. To the undersigned on the i Horace Seely Laid of Ting pc i a i Eica de. Notice is Hsi Eby to All arsons indebted to said Eulale to make immediate payment and Tho Ose Haci Iii claims will present them for Settle Meh Brookfield aus. 3. V k Seel a g seedy 3 p auditors notice. Ryphe tmdersigued., Hudnor appointed by the court operation 14 years and is worked the ii under the manage Ren of the who when this Genera Samuel Bullock will attend to the duties of the an Esq. He is an in Tion of men shall have passed Awny will sue Point men Al Wol Shoro. On the second Cee a to Public and social duties the Interi of Fergelic business Man and an accomplished Gen n i wryly Days they Are to to they ment of his kind has Long been wanted in this r Karn million off the in the English a Bill Hail passed closing the Beor Jopa on the Sabbath. Cholera was at Marseille in i dread Ful manner and tie Mha Bilanda were running out of Iho City in great numbers. Mir Cilles has been Long renowned Lor plague and Pesti Lence. Valley. Or. G. Is esconded by John James a thorough bred Welsh Miner who has opened his mine in a scientific manner and works it economically and with Energy. There Are now about 125 persons employed in it. The miners earn on an average each per representatives of it and Hazard its Success to paying their boys Lor to Conj g or Jug per seventy. Gravity personal i tic or avenge yourselves up a on its friends for taken their own any in which to do their own work How disinter ested How devoted the democracy Lave 3one Noble Leman Long familiar with the mining business tip of the common school fund is supposed to and Early identified with the operations in this a p Welu Boro a. P. Cone. Auditors notice. In the matter of the is t May 7tb Cady de v orphans court j Tioga co. Ocen appointed an auditor by the or Are Amillian of coloured freemen let us continue to be mindful of to great a ii Cucu us Tuu Uduc to of ii1miqiui 01 10 seat in Mph Iho kno Knur j j to " s Iuo country every one of whom feel or f 7 Union the Railroad nag been extended administration of governor Johnson remodeler it it fat least a year. Nations of he Darr but let us not be forgetful Erom this mine 30 cars of three tons a Chare the Law and retained the offence cily. In this anxious .0 visit least ones a year. A terrible Accident happened at t he steam Mill of 10 messes. Dodges a Short distance a Bove Waii Asport pa., on the 14th a Man flamed Reuben Stoner was in the and before his situation was five cars of five ions each Are disc ached daily to Cor nip. Cost of mining is 10 shillings per to Corning the other mine is situated four Miles above Bloe so tire on Morris run and is owned by the Tioga trans Iolj extended. Be. In danger out readers Ara of Evaro How earnestly Tho whigs Are to create sectarian jealousies and thus to religion to their political purposes. In common with this they arb arriving to alarm the people with the cry that tie school fund is to be divided and one part of it go to support Catholic schools. A Curit of Robert w Otto or Lea or history will show How utterly base they i will attend to the duties of the a Are. H is a fact Wlinich defies contradiction that office in Tiona of Ibe Day of during the of governor Riti Werft-lr-1 clause was inserted in the school Law giving a portion of the fund to schools of religion made Notni nations. This was the first Senft of he idea passed by a whig governor. Again the Muxo no Isicc. I aus. V auditor. Is i a a a Para a Vilii a Tuno has been Antillon Al rail to of the Many lesser Jones for which we have con tended for years. At least let us not be wheel led out of our whole political Faith for the ple reason that on one question however Iro por whigs happen to agree with us. If All parties ought Toural Ernid and harmonise on the Lopre Noh so Flor of a Var hug horribly mangled .13 to be almost tue Eccl of slavery ought All the loft Iff a Uhli ii Tore wa3 it Lilly Tern to f come com the Dunic Rajic or Ghl no on a owl Iri us Lugii Ihn i Ali cacs one leg. learn entire by to make Tome Advance towards a Lii Idle t i into a pit underneath the i ground1 u. Daily disc ached to Corning and preparations Are made to open a new mine and to reopen one which has remained for some years entirely Idle. The demand for Coal is rapidly increasing. This will Lead to Rui in creased activity in mining operations and con so quintly to increased Prosperity in this Region. The fire clays of this Coal found to e if Quality. The 15 Abotina in Tho week passed by a whig legislature and approved by a whig Gover fior again. Last Winter the Law was again remodelled by a democratic legis lature the objectionable clause struck out and approved by governor Bigler. This is the Way the question stands and yet this whig com for Sale. A farm containing about 50 acres of Flat land lying on the East Bank of Ilio Tioga River just opposite . Also a Eliu la Hope , formerly it will bold very Low and on reasonable terms o the farm willbe sold alone or to seller Wilh the Irti Ltee say the school ism danger. We hotel. Enquire of the subscriber a Stanton s cannot be Bow it Crin be in danger save. By the store. By a Cess of Tho whig party in election of Lawrenc Pollock u the past guide Lor future. I Man Roc j Reno evilly aug. Geek Al. 1, Triumph Oftle prom that convention. And decided Gram Dapin lie Feitli consume Ltd m the North Mevoli solemn compacts v turbulent Waters of con place and Confidence to Ciple sought to be Stabli cratic. And opposed to upon the Sla Rei moral evil existing Only a no recon Htut Ionoff the orbited is an existing Insi Tolion. Views of the institution tonal rights i am oppose slavery to free territory ring the Missouri comp action therefore will be with these principles 1 i support Lor the United s who has not been openly of the Missouri co prom of slavery in Toffee Terrill pledge himself to use fall the re enactment a against the ext Ilia encroachment of the i in answer to your so j that i am for a believe that the Legisla Iii Inal right to pass such lature has exercised e of liquor of our legislation train in Euc u As to the propriety of f us of the ago and concurs in demanding Law should i prohibit the manufacture hquoi5 As a beverage i Pirli a one would Meel these views and in act Tome extent taken from t Al the recent democratic pro ived of tie res Rution Iheng and if Etc Sci spirit and intent of thei Vutura Trul to Many electors. Itai Road Fane the representatives of l a Civ York Central Hud nil Central and bal Timot met at the f w Virk Insl t i involves a Reners and amount of thu Outi fares irom be i i Uvo great routes Are i t of september to e a to Sty Murinjr the win i be Abi it 10 Lii a further Advance to be an entire Toni of Rii urrels and West Ucen immense saving to tvs Tom of free passes Hal i Liged by Ratoiu limit. An by limited Lottie consider Elihe various roads. A uniform classify Catiti Lur Creal lines has lie charges equalized. Mea to obtain increase of com been tha his service is Perfi cent cheaper than Freigh there Are probably i necessary but this in tire As it will be by an Mere depression of the last be Way to wiil i materially add to the pros the Gen evil wish 1 uie Cong regi Tion oath Duffalo a settlement existing Between the Bis i relative to the c it Trust cts refusing to enter a gement with the Tosh returned to constant by Lic p me new Sicre re Jodi. spa per

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