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The Columbia Democrat
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 Material Information
Title: The Columbia Democrat
Uniform Title: Columbia Democrat (Alligator, Columbia County, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: E.M. Graham & A.J. Smiley
Place of Publication: Alligator Fla
Creation Date: May 1, 1858
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Alligator (Columbia County, Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Alligator
United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Jan. 9, 1858.
General Note: "The South in the Union - out of the Union the South."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 9 (Mar. 4, 1858).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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d d'V4 ud iiagif&'It tiiuld su gtim-
irln'lightl 'f fbit,-.with'oiit# throughh tfhe
9IOU-io retui4sd.f thfi-rou,m,_but. before
.At .'oi filly-4i.tiifcdimy candle would
;ii *A T^ nlbsIt letrnaihi'g Its
E:jK tgi mY" iidrbh kept in-continuhl stir-
4k-ft "' nation t-l light
pi# knes~om y-s cAndie, it died
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,7 lt fmonitbe 6ijriinj'wick.
13E baiilat ti wfhoinwtrt I swiv' -again
Sfneing"thbiogh it- the inieall apertues
S .lgb rink. J1glltnirtg:-frona omie distant
Ih':pti;sflishing dimnly through the roum
I. d ci'ng`llthiihd-startling s.tittton.-
Bu'TlO.e'wa nioaccomtinying- rumbling
'tltfOr'inIthe li'pvii.-n. My iinagitnatiti.
.i, MiurAifitz.but taxed..to its. high-st.\pitch,
Loal. 1n9t diie what ondtrful ipheiunie-
i'n tofnatuae, would produce thi.q glitu -r,
( taitoqyLh. ligit'buname a'ititl niore-
^rilLontXonge' in its duratiou' anl'-lilling
S_4t-i rooi',;as'ilf 'iriail" quntiitL y of. brandy
O flaad--be burniing
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i. k'u~lltrint rbiS'-i)Vlhi` ar ant exci~temrorit-
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kAxioIuldbve'duelt .,%- hilst I -,thug'l sat in
et eui ru- iy bed,, gzizi' g-uver-the
P .it ,.- Snp- Wliein ,pearetd look
,d.atlhM"aydAi h .cen-
,1A "uu',tttk tvi..a .. '0" w --
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br4IJu '- ija -.'.'ppearaeinc.sotinhatiystriioms
L in-,eisoa'1e,'.";- ifushered fi-omn-tie
4AMlfI)S I it-tca ,n.fio-..mith.thitv:oUngh-
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fe't Wit^n~y't(C#4 I
iat the CtiCort.' 1. scamni. i-: closely,
S .t&.-.+tt:Uialak;..- tt, u-hat rcv-er -mmy
l nti:a)trfliavc-beeq'aaiiutght-sts,- tn-y
hiturt dbstinvtd to0 come toa' e'idn
y'ime.'ans l',tii!o stiurun of time dvad;
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o.it --j'o hiii 0ove tr.
'ed if; ^'n1iapjl-~imat of liie
)^'it' mnoitir towards meii! 1
Ie-. Wias nto: tespdrnse, bu L'the
il. r9yvwin <'oicc anid 'that
ei'bea ate aomatomd" tIle utom.a.
iu shatlt -- do t- apd"-..tlr6&ir-
.a-i', seemed' tQfViy,,thc:ii
ti- tlj tjdudr Oil cir nnrot;'for
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40jfli 'iGSnn'eiiaio'
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ma iFlntubnvoarV oitaienti himfd
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I'o m.a(,'t' v nIrtt4jipprouchi --at tlhe
'-ijipltinis fjfi.(wi iehiliiftdid-not -seie't to
a itid.' drew1 bwn. Sh'.fired eleair
We'tnCndolb ,itpnrt;'1re'~captrel to-~
uirti-m htitn.di i).-te iad Ii, d. r )l Ir,.
v"jih dlP-* hkitPmnfvulriTs.' .-* I.-dlrew, the
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.A. r'owpanv- ot- sappers anid- miners, from
, e.'"l'ojith., lindt a-raved at Leaveuiworth..
r'^l4Jlihe ertittre force at-Leaaenwtrith cotaiS-
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KT0'Th- flst&r .>-r;i MFSCELLANROUS aIMe. <
'-0 Z --,Q, '," -- "" Eminent medical menattribtu.te th etren-
-' a.CsAq A7 <:' t'-' .". 'increase among wonf z n, neuralgia, tic'diti--
Tot Wte"Wt! ttnthe. Wet! w m*.3wl. ei" loureux. loss of sght_, and great sufroing-
Whce btt.Mis.lmi*ti.t~e'th .d o- the, er, to the absr-d .-fashlou of eces-
w ,rs:.a-..- a-wliii g ;,, Haiv.- y 9bi8Il bonnet$, which dress the ncb-
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spend the night:. While asleep he was
killed and robbed. He had with him a
large sum of money, of gold and silver
coin, which the robbers conveyed not ttr
distant and concealed by digging and bury-
ing in the etrthi and'that if.L would go
vit him1,y4oultsIhow -me .the spot, and
- lC'eould-obtain the. amount- or a part of it
;at least-.rtatrking,nquiringly, will..-you
g1 iespondea4, t:wilf, for amge as
"eause'a 1 IWOStOlTotR many. feariui things,
yes event the occomnpanying of a ghost
through the dark; and .through lonely dif-
fieult.ways. + -.' '
- I forthwith dr-essed myself and annouri-
&cd ay readint-skto 'follow bim. He turn-
ed about, passed'to to the'.wall of the buil-
ding, a.space f. sficicntly large opened,'
through which he.passed and 1 followed
alter himi thi:4ugh the opening;1 the space
:clost-d leaving no tracc-e of-the breach. He
pursued a courso through the woods for
somlie distance.. I followed hardby, finally
lie arrived at thle root of a large beech tree
upon themargin'if a smn:ill stre-am, some
thrai-c lr four litindred yards from tie- house
whicd we left .-'Iere at the-&root of this
trVe the,miotey, lies deposited. Look well
iand i xailinlu hti ltt v closely, and also tlhe
surrounding objects, so that you may be
certain that you can find ;t again'.
After taking short survey of the place,
I (a-l ta > lthe.-treee observed its size and
hiight ;a well as I could; and also the
marks upon it. I found carved upon tlhe
bark 0f thle tri. theli following letters and
figurt-s.- B MN IlA 8 58 1 M 0 S 21 -lu \ .
1 knew- these letters .aand figures evidently
wt-re iindledfo mean rsomithling; and I
further supposed that whoever had en-
graved tmin tle-cre, 'had placed thein in
Ssomewhatita confused order, so as to pre-
vt'nt-*n3y pcrsbn from trianslatir.g tiheni
without tire key orsoine other clue to the
-imatea.r Having received'a history in part
faOmn'ttl ghost--! suppose that enabled
*tn.-ini-a.grt-at'. measua'e :o -translate the
whole' c -1 '- .- -- I. -
- ..A'tcr -.tudy.ing trua short titnm-,lIrealilyi
saw;B 1I might stai1l. Ior.mbiiey buried; In
8 5 1 1 might stand ,iot-se-tra'i"-daties. But
!,*$rl" :,:" ;the .lttl .mentsdhlitbat -_countr, -.
.giaV 6e iC.'- idea'-,lit it Ineamt-"- some" yeai'-r
; sinoe l8tjO, .aiMds t4i..al..lbre-the date of
18ol and after 18(4'it, inu.stevidi-nily v stiind
for 1s815. Haiiviig hasiily revolted this
in iV innil"Iid 1 madet tlie Iallowing. trar.sl.-
Ltion, which subsequent t-.xpCriutielats prauv-
idl tou be coi ;ect. (UM B.) ino(my burieil,
in 1815:- (M O) Ier'idian ltromi oltwt-; S 22
,- tWV'Wt.te d.m'es ar d pfn
I' Uiln lUti-s. -.o,' ..-s ** -
I had in -my vest pocket,-a small pockett
compass, iandr kpew -. if .1 had tr;.nslated
thdsu littel's-an -Ifigir ur-s col reely,-that it
I stmted-f'omni the beeCh-tree and -went (N-
721-:11-. E) Notit Last' .im3v'ty .-one .dt-greis,
and -tl iniiutees, tie line would carrv :nfIe
"'bqek to'htlie bti-. .-Iset "my comnipass "at
Q'e'n-o'Zoif'cIlI-eech tree asi1eia-..-tist-o. ct1-
lr- tro[i'thleLruak-as'L.co'uld, a.n l! iekltha
dB.'t ids;lsoci.- gdO tUiiigtutihat ealvl)a tiu;' nid
s Bul~ttlV'anfWc4A.:J.,; ;.grtib oqndy;l I'y
",Oipgatist the back pa i of. tike buildim-g
- wfieh I-tleft. ..
""1 kinew I -could.find-llie tr'c again -I saw-
thL.'ghut'atomruore, lr.ent-rn.-d -thu office,
.sptiiL the i.c-remaindcr oi the rnightLa.-o'e. in
tihe nuoriing and made my appearenee. i,
dtic2 tinte at tihe dwelling of thlie:lamdlord,
Sgr-c-Atly to-tlei astomiislinaent O 61'all.the gui-st
.-Vlib -qtestioned .Ine.. cojcerlnlig .iny. rest
- during thc-'past, miiglit.I.! .r-elated thewiole
.dv.?iture-, an i-very itern as..it occurred,,
^ wl Aewi~fhey crediltd every thiingi tralot
.l.: atve .tlie'realcr'--to judge. :. '
;- .ih.iteytie-tll k-,ed.h eariii g the' A4ppo1"t ofr
thle 1. istols aml-said tih y.v ou d have conime'
to mN' relit ';- but did nutl know whether it
woulId have Icene sale upon ltheiir ['ailt-:, as
the-i miigliht have been some diticitiy- in
Sassu iirg-'iie they %\ere miny hinids, aind
,. n-'t awem*uipliets anI catemunies.' .
;. .~I .ltuld thini'that .thii r all lie cirlcum-
._-trnc&, I was glad thy dith I :iot-com, as
thieri- might. have becn sonie diticult)' up-
-on Iny part to Crn'ipi'irhet-l chit .-object of
thuir visit, particularly in view of the ex-
citedl slatIe olf iv mnimi; and that their coin-
ing'nuighat hiave' defeated Jhe discoveries I
had -afiwle alrc-icy,.amini as a- .eonseq'uen'co
L the- lui thtr, tle:efopntnmts 1 hoped to make.
- ^-At'tcr- hjreakllat the uandlohd and two .oth-
.-er .gcntluuianuamcc.lomlPanitd r-e to the afor-
,snit be'ehl, tzree. wlfeu'e \\e'dug, found "es
" "-Tl of imiwni, goldoh and silver coins of
dijtm ai.nt aicbuni'rfs which.we counted -and
*-ikc.-r ou:.TLrcoainting found to be -$-2t,97b,-
.1)0; aid whilsit we were reijoicing -ov'r thIe
e t.itt-.-s arhd..,iir muifnds -ierie lilltd witha ain-
.' ieip'iaion0 o0i'the luti'en I awoke and'fuut'd
iiisrilft snugl\l"enesu',aed ia my lied in niy
.pttic-0 thlei little vtillige of aNci-naTiayille
,+ i 'aFL four iL-, none.tthe wealthi;r- on this
. "uod 'ilday of oit.:Lord oo, thiousabird eig~hL
-thdnaaid hit3 8" : --:- -:
, ,, ,,.' NEVN'AN -,1LLE.,
'- ......-." _. $ -' ,--c ----- -'
,. F-,u. e.ietrn+ t1t. (.-turk -AEedstion.--t.-
tuouivr.il i.+A.-+i1_ Leavenworth -c6r&
: .r.spiipklu-nt7i- tlie St. Louis Rebublicenm
5,-savs-(t'at L.tirain amounting to 200 wagons
2,4-L Phy-OO :teamsters-, and l l, 1 ,U_. mule.a,


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Woe skirts are vprp long ailt mull, larcmnigng- U.-.1JPJ3r Y.'WWM
almost a small train belmind. Sunnier t- on.},rYa
dressed of all descriptions will be worn v '
without double skirts.Af -- A -..rceat .tjpQet
' .: ___ ilace is.h\4vsofl.ic
- A.Muff--Alf'ed Smithi once defiheda. i 'l-,',' ,s.t
fimff -as 9 soft thing'Which I olds a -' lad3's ld, .aylt.iK .
haUrit: without squeezing t." n- d '. ad thIte '- edloder6
-^. -- __ -' fouaid ol greatn-m..lt6yA
A" French writer calls dy.spep.ia 1Lhe -e .hc" o.-.,ibits ari.
morse of a guilty stomach.' ,- hn..i: ild._forth' eato
-, .. .. yet in".. pra..: p c '. ..-'-
-Whow. t I' gu-4rv- 1 4e,oe 0e IQj
lWho was the greatest chicken butciher- thi pr, glrr'.tee c"et'
fccording to. Sliakespearv ?Kinga Olaud- for thsuinWmlL pertnt!
ies in"Boum let,' who- did *m- rd r;" nt t---per, 1J ,A-'.--'s tm'l lgr''h". .
foul.' t ofel... .f- l k and;
o ., .- .- ." "' in.tj'- ? nM-r no- to
It is a question worthy of eaiftll iiuv i'e ..tii.sutg. K.co..in.rcis '
Ligation,t wthther a person-whose voicu is -ry cast Iwthi:"e sec-n'rit
1iql. n is not at all the'more competent to -is ruic'qi ... A. part
sing piees.?'.,- -.. '.- -. '. ved'tlit. deieare.q
'. ". -'. t'riends r r -elatives, -
2A very ugly and penurious nin ,is re- the,.co np+ly is, fti
ported to wiork in his own field. pintlie- fo rmfr.ii-ohf'uVfilI'ut
sunimmer iimonths to save the expenses of a ticulars' his age, -occ
ar-ow. -- -. .-,. descriptioLoging ba
s .a. c -r w .Si--e ~- .. .- i rT. .hi.t.s,h-
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.sam unabe-,' yonder begged cries" e is tkirg, .i....
"to stand or sit.' If he says true, ha'.lit- anI'genral pairticnagr
1, .1'hN.. .-." ... ,-.:o.-,.'- 'him foi].rsofth.e4o,
I-~- *'- ik -,6( -I
"'An interview is projected bet',en;- the s'iryV .iquifa.-as to.
Emipieos of Russia and tlhe t ;Ih'ipre.,-S--_s..Eu aabit!, & -prviOUa.
genie. The Duchy of [Badeu is spokri.. f pLQslWcts ihieh th'en.
as thle secne of' tte'mIeeting of the illus- Alfrd tor ai hgnt.e
trioui .adies. .- .I --' riallyre i i.t. r i-Iib.
.- -. .. ,-r tbe,.-".abovu-.tetnmts .i
.Th. strong minded woman jis a. dragon les com pttn-cLtitonfhyi
min ngght-epp.^hi stupid. womhanjfrt .aiu^i
.... ,
s-egg -plums ha..Tli ,obstin ia t.woai-uan-g s .vJu.-' l--."" -
'to sepaiin a band-box. A'h patiennt-vuumR W0f0 slr
i^osfaat sox *th a brip ng 'gias^,^ )*.Y?
^ t < W l .s tl beht:- arin",in. ; ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^-.. ^ .
V'tp l "P n"a stilelli'o"'coilUittr? .-,". :*'* _otB 4 I. lQ'si oer-tfulh !..i .- --:=' s-v _. ..
"'fl h t i -ad .".- .,T.';'." Q", "'-* ,.ei't" 9 .'ntosa.^ -k I
TI n.clrishi rrad'e._in- 1 65-7^,6mDTQrlhed^.^^lJ&i


M" ies w.max. Whaoi.- T" ",peri".N-v
of this N-World conic o, weondth woodV..
theyljighit jusm as reasonably (Cll m ietIat;
a man ad six- heads ih his n' t 'h-- .

Itih.said $Jhat s iunti-rn Indiana is full-?
of pigednbs." -Thereai-n millions of then
uarkeimrg lie air aud covering lthe wood3.

'**" I lpomlant Legal Decision."
,., ,'i. -' .-- .. ',*- J. ". '."', ..' *'-:. "*'" i?.'/.: "-
\cwase d.4d9td'hwdtd i thc. Suprtnn
, CoMrt,.ol'-Appeas of+ Virgmia-,1 a'.tA last1
Januaivy tern' inLt lvi,g ,a-w.y itupou.tanl..
principle,,a.ndtlone-likly tq lrIdt to- some,
practical results, is.i. hlie Coinitonwc-elth.
W6 allqde tb-1lie ikse'of Dailt ,tt. .ta.s r,.
.{'htFie kr'" EjEi6-ton'. ."flowe/ et 1alt .1:
siinE -- .- .- '-':.
2 -l'he ease turn--d upun the cgiiastmct:t.,
of certain clati.si:s in"tethe "will'I -or jJohbn'.j,
PoMidexter the.rmapm clausebearing.'6n
+ih% fbjrct reiding as Ibio v:s-. 4"'".- >-
dl6 tT. wish-thenmt hav. tthLh-e' i1ee of-
being enaneipated or aiold pu hcy., 'li:
they prefer being emancipated, it is mny
wish they be hired out until a slItlicent
suu b .raised to defray their eipeLuibs to"
a lanu where they can enjoy fredom;.; and
rf there should not be enough'petishalb'e
property. loaried ;nywife :to pay on thc
l:gacirs to Ann ILe'is lIlolwe aud.;Gebgi..
anna Bry'an, tthy are to beC hired- 'until.a-
sufficent sum is raised-to pay the diticient
cy..'.Af they prefer being sold and remain;
ing here if slavgry,,it is my wi.ih-h -they.-be
sdild publicly, ind ihe nioney ;aristn,-b-
equally dividad.between UI '" stC, Eliza
Marshall,- the'ehildrei oqr heirs :;,oe'my;
'brothe-r; Carter B. PIindextem,4nlv'-heph-'
-'e--'..Wn" '. Howle and Dain:eJI P-J,"wl&e
dlin my icee Nalicy Bailey -,- '-
T'he Ap tIjtdts.:carried tht-irpoint-'te
g rtw.eddig ',that thi- priovisionb'--- '
tgivmg to.-slaves th'eioption, aL'J.le
Idoath o'fa lff1 tenant, of being .-tunanetpa-
tedo'rsold are void, the slaves baving0.)'
"legal -a tcily tOa4i-ake sucbelt 7lcttn ^j
S12VCS ).Isve flot*t'i ii -o soc~t i-ghtt', 2 ^.:
ial capacity tdwakeltdis4.argo".o iasst:nt
t _._. -. r.. 7 _. -, y 1
4tocontracts.. 7 ... -,.....s ,.
S.Alt %regoiY and'Piki eit
son .anid toward and onds u er, o.r Ap-
pellaut; and-.Piitlpn" Cru mp' tnid t'1Vandh
*w WE lhe alguuzents of counsel-fc wer e,
-bdh. sid'ee t the reader-%vilat onr admtnt
'trnl "his-k nowltige of the%stabti.ted'
gal reputation of most of them WCe .hetla.
;,l# ardumeat ofI .r... rLohlan-Howard wemr-"
:rcominmenel6 for its ability arjd rtseatdw.
{rnid. *eareiofuly, .:sati.fiedof- tVi.jus'
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the uther- ptmtos'-ntsua

Y' RrMAfKIABLA C'AZ
Wrn'-. Pi3j r.nfee.ting.
ingZ IiA th Be llPres iztl
eihnnattiiOhwtHuhv J"0
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Wheij9A ob.yow insPltk npd 1I06rqgd in^y
rest,.. .< -. .. ,.-.-,- ... -
r Away, far away, to hiifUd ol" fil; Weaf-' "
Tj he 0W tolshe W est rhn lie.jveruthat
.tflo w ,- ... " "* -.: "
Run thousands of m les, sprea'ffing 6ut'as they go
Where the green waving fiesB. .lha(echro our
call;. ,' f '- L
Are'kideas old Kfhglnd, and free to us.a; l ,
-' have'rolld -. I
Are broad'as lihe kingdom6i and empires pf old ;
Andi ihe' lake 'kiljke oceans in torn ir in rtat,
Away, fir Away, to the Land of the t'em!
To the-Ijl'est! o the l'est there is wealth,-to be
twon, ': .- -
Trhe forest tip clear is the work to be .dohe; -,, .-
1e'll ,try it, we'lldu it. and-neverdeqpair. :
While there's light tthe usaahbine, andbreath
in thea r; -- -. '
The bold independence that labor shrill buy,,'
Shnll Fi regieni opur hianIands.adorbid us t sigh,
Away, far awah. let u hope hrh oetfe t" -'-
And, huild up', hKo'e in the Tahd ofh.t!
-. The W ar in India "
-, The London Star is not so hopeful as
soriie of its eottmpnra;ies that the iwar'-iki
lrdla'w-ill be.brought to a speedy vnd af-
terthe reduction of Luttcknog".'-fpeaking
"1 W- 'IfiI ,, -" .
oel .Gen, Campbell's appogranc .eoru
Lucknow; the-Starsays: .' .. .
:.h"Jut we..*'8 not- doubt for a 16nimnt that
heTwiiilseSie. bombard, breach,-' st6i-ro,
iitt'4ck ffi0 Ivy rinccesfuliy7 I nvver
i.ut-stuoi.,irat' a. European iori '.wll "fig.it
it9,wv.wa, bmm a v-ohe- point to 14m,- o'ierf
and'lef.., agatrsuathnom any -odds wlhatl;
it' l8&:befli sitt todo." "'-\ Wt lu'l.-' 4gi-a-
and lvmknow', we- take Delhi and Sadi"or,
itt t ightdozens of battlE.-s,and"iim itily), onc-
or two-aar we worsted. Still tie 'rm ol,
thIe iniiureeti4on extendi:.-tgga t -n-nd
colu nanseut-.tlhwiiyray.1h^it & ,
buT. it roll's r-yi'd ndlAn-elbe
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very Iftn-l tst.; two thousand behtnt.tri-i'n
sttirn to theimnjust as good as two thouaund
victorious soldiers.' ,- .-. -
Whiile all our attentioni concentrated
upon Oude.we can scarcely aflrd .to,
ticethe-'eheer mi news' that we -are at-
k.nglht able t'oi marchan 'inadequat.e foi-ce
.gaimt-v eight thousand rebels -in -Bajio6t-
aiild, where the advantage is nut so decild-,
ed}.\v.wilh us.-s might be desired -irk.-the
. tahratta county.. And 'o. havee ffresl
ntffimeiijt llnjporoand. BenaIe.;t4'; -: 1
middle'of February. -How totally uner-':
takin and unaccountable thei wholeI' tt,'S1,
tioU is as suggested by a tact nieniiobid ii-
eiderrally in oh eur:cesponidytiee already
relierred to. At th:.Goiortiror-G4nuials
tent ih lhatid,One iday', a ,alutu of eannon
at a hfiort distance. 'NOw. issgobbt6Oulrt
.hiam it is a chli-iefin theb'neighborhood mio
,is Inocilaiied' his inidepefidence,4zid fiied
ai.de ihioIIor of his itaj, andc.t'1p ov-
'Ir, -General has n'otl ,inton L send.io
i e al i ISO 'this in.sblen ee. . -3 :, :" y
-,,Vhave treaiofn .toibpe taf 0 ertd! t?.
itv,.y nt be -too late touxpeot.a pe-ct-a-
"Ie solution oQf- the wq-r..in 'de,:Q,- Iioic4
nigotiatlom -as, evidently. beenqtoitrnipla?
tOd if not nctuallly prIoposd and fur the'
honor of humauitiy and ingland, wo. hope
.ucl u i.s hun tii.ynoL prove impossible.
'.1. a Ulmo-.i. .- ,. ._-_
B.i<'EIrIr i AuEo'rtsi, .,;-Readers of the
Timet dza3".iensbb-r;-the letter fromh- Win.
Ht tarr, of-eagl Grove- Frahiklih County,
Ky., iiblii-ihed in Octoberlast, "and adyer-
tisint ftr sLitfm. ; He vtntSd. Alad'.yof
a Bout 3tw arg old "aRd one thl&tBadis a
4,o carnctur-Round faie-"lmd .t-adiam
'1.0 1 th?.wit h t) 'n -lipt lhat ll a ivfysqover
hxr..tet h (tha'I is,"w hen// )';''plouha fsjshiu t)
shin iust Je1 twdi':' iy 4.weJ! ti,'lmaAi'af and
rInduls'iiss.ann4-to, ay ,lest tha.,"3- nor -
'U lbi: '--We lkarn tihat.Mr..\;Cai".ieo
vcd onq. hIndred *ind one app rjati l
,:epi t" thkisgepisULtjut tle 1"6
W)'.'- 4.. Cm Ae,' d e=#:.". i
wv the W4Mdow irggs,.ofCultuiis,

witlOMrd nr E "a '' 4 d visit t'
hifofnIl lmmiate in tile flowoiig,.
w hin".='-e "fcdt lb ie "Cotuh/bit8s (09)'iGa--
zette,,e,.','-z 4', *p^ -.- .
Jiurrig ^&ptiI',Jlhy-tby'f mv~tk '(-Ta ft^
at the_. residev.cu:of the .-i ide', MMrA \0'in-.
Carr, p EagGve; Ky.and Mrs.' A. P-
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+; .+-.*,haytar *Ptuen.t 'Righkt.-Almot with pre'c Y.:i:
regularity atthe expirtiorn- r.f-eeiw I -- I r-' ,
rods, we see some valuable patent offered ip ;,in
to'the public out of which fortunes ., .:
*mqoe.a. ifbymagic. In the Patent -' -1 '
the Crystal Oil Lamp;.we recognize ont 'r ',
'this class, and are anticipating there i- CL'.: cef
ing.ofrivh harvestsby hundreds odeit .r- ,r..
rwlg nierchis -throughout the U i i
"Bgrent -and worth!, invnttion-f rt
..bkauaq'it so fakexcels rety other iqvei ''
-tun-for'.-tlio production of.a cheap lih 1 i i, ..E,
and especially worthy inwan -ec i. ..' ept
sjbatth&te for the dirty:and dissgreeasl ll
-sieflling oils and dangerous fluids no ii.
-use., It- has, no. parellelt for useful. n :"
among.the long lists of patents ranted f, r "Bm
ytssr---becauee it reaches and bene'. ,i .irs,
.tle maiseBCP, .blAtsmig alike all man kit I .I.dI,/t,
the pooras well as thu rich;' fer notwit. I Jcr.-'id
|,iihlngitt;superibrity *to,atd munif,'- S,,uth
&1t'tlagcs-.6ver, ferfs 'other for sa.e y j"i ,Impa
:andclqicninesa, this beautifulgbt tco6 t I IJcts a
Lbrn ,hat- -boun-*e-sixzth m i' mu-,ai"p'h'.,000
,tar.y others, thereby making .asavin;of f.onf a'
fivFixths oftheenW ecot, Or inraculity fo, 'a
.salyla k-vedoirarW out of every six dullai t, e i .:
now-expoended. We hear the invcn'or \o,\,
ihnd-o'dispose of'the patent rigbt. ) ,l I
-the State, and Te-ritories ofthe Uiur; f it,."
.so presentiug a golden opp'6rtunity f.,r i ,n i",
vest'tnent,and undoubtedly many ia i,% I .
46esrn'theqi few hundreds wrl soon a..t ip.. t(


iI|. Lietnptqn 06-atit~ttionh with it; -ut1oilntheir ,thousands as the-resuit't it. it
j--jj .j.. A &'1 "' --ispideett a rare chance either 1fr the-~surall1
---" = ? -~.II 5~j't-_ .l tradjer,6rheaIvy merchant,to acquire th,
S.tetx..it..ia. ii .corntrol;of a healthy-' permanent tit le,
R -lNllMtiatl ,el Tcbeme o aStat.. yielding a greater profit in a few mortl,,..
it. av" l populati on de! ithanh ny years. While we heartil e-c.n-
#ii 4%ii" thb$ CiteL e States -iden&dthe inany worthless paretns offer-.l
a i'. A' i .t_ $t ;31, .ho"tle'pubi, weni:e |Ilun4ud4 to' cominnud
In*' *. W^..If 1n. tm o the woirJd a .vealitjy; entirely worilv
x|l tt 'ry -em be .t HotUi their confidence.- Boston Journa4, April
i9tableil..sounded as 't his 22d,,1858. '
yb!ia thi:lbject,.BnA little ..-doubt, .-
a jt *lt3,iis been s3+.; m ,OLUMBIjl DEMOC( RAT,
l ina Itt.fivor,. Indbed, so certain does PL, s '.'Y"
h q 's re alr ady clain.ing it :. .... wr.-, BY
Tii Ami'ni.tton ahd .- .-draha;im & niiltv,
r .rO., ,i- ITtr-- ,,' AT LLIAlrflO.ll>A.
-epuprpose if.ascertainin SATRDA MORNING MAY i <
.., ..;s e.t- ,a %n9' .:S R. A .N N A
Tlu p hAi act.ial, been se- ,. -
d n'iwhat it con-i .t's if 1'-. 't.', The News 'Again.
"epropG~itipn Acorrettly; and We tliinjtliat a controversy ofanjy -Kirl
.C ''+tt. he sub- twcpn Editors of newspapers, is a icut
'ilr*yyi't'apd subject .n1a'0tt4. unpleasant, and especially, when one stoops
t6K 'C6B4tltution- to the.oVe from t'e honorable poti on which adorns
t,p P.e lpW4.6f Kli n.Ras.'. dr shhotn- .. .
if'Kansas.' ? although gentleman, to fabricate gross and siu-
-" intto be sebmitt d is 'fi fle dir"u ipicatio,-t'0i "
Iyet e adm'ss'nn c r'rj.c' c i 'n illf, The NSrs has departed from guntleinan-.
tauilas a State, will deend upon tins I ly and deerr:z''"rntrcisy, and *wiih a.
acceptance of ti.' cdedule. 'Ih who! ignifi.i,,i, ,, .. ..'i- ,. 1:.'; -.
* teci.apton Ct''ns,"t.';ti(:,, then, S-hc Le tr.s to prejudice the filinds of the eitiz t ,
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-)f te ce thelaw~guag,:.r tl, I.ei~r, and the sutb-
,,lti e O ;ln -i,',,- *l stance of w l e>:*l.. ..I... .. at- W e bad I
Str.mnphd, OU -' no knowledge of "a.-qua-rr-l o!l'ong stand- ti t$
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n'tiid&.r we-inte'1,', :- ... '1,i-.. ,,, 1ly that any,
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it is bdcic ,''-' i- : ... li A -, !n ..'* i pairt o01 th'at t i a' sibstant'c kmno ,'* 'V as ti
tWia whole Matter thro'urghFMI.ry ;.#EsNnn' a l, j; tnon o >,- I
,tA _' I -'-e it .d e e'.w~ fl '. -. [Jul
ftatfs$ttkait thf I -",gX p'oplc-iu doing so, has stooped to- ..I e1 % '6
;" -Agn- fl ho,, t6 a gentlemnin. W" give the ?,
\tQ.m r .woi'ds;us we used theini. "WVe are p-r- p'
v -i-a ,1 sonally acquiutd.ith uny ofrh .i r- '
tTM ,panlTc.4r .tns-.ofMicanopy, ind know them to Ie ''
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iet, an, ,o .-- askif e is L any thing -in that which the
..... ..^6 4 i ev n. bv ; im pl ica j 'oh," could 'bl '-sd col thli
A:"-' ."1 0 the ov n -b i pidi h,
-tn ithe ttthed, .a to refers on the citjzi -s' of >
Fi t~~pdct~lN'~t~!.'Tinniv-il.t ,: .. ,, ,
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CT4,,, z. .' Congress. ,nr,
be ,i t -iI 4' ]< "l'S"ite -h
I^ehev:hdi the Paifi4 Railrad.'Bil i vur
*"+-.0-rbJ*'v'4siryas postponed for.furthdifa'zion -m.it tahe
it!~ 4W~~"tm _i nxt N,- esses.
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iltlc^nk fl.ik -sverally differe& crtu 'eaQho. aro,
S '.-i-A.it' o, tbe Oiriie 6f takii. uI th a v ,
er^u^4ot ufor^mn d aR ten a. iarmt 4-eb4lte, gr-'
l12&s o:^.l aj"ti'n;j6tion to postpotehe fur tle
,ai .4dberatnionof thVPlll was riind (r"'
.h '"ottl;#t S ,K4W f yeasr; tonaysa.22. t n,
tbi nl+.ie, hit-Et.i rein ll'.motion for' s,,:
'tf' 6 r c'-' ., r n'er e, on the ansa j Vi .
dt. "'1 tp vote, od1 1 n t4( vfirat ,prQ",
lo as t 108,, nas Jot. ,
thk ncgatritc'-Mr Z!sc'
,-&so.t-fil adtb .this '- gdon hlb: de-
th n'.6
d*i previous questiono; .naa then se-
t ten the fil-se pn'oteedett to votc;
A .- , g
'SW 'wl~;i'tilted as-tb+ilow-s ': yeas' 1P-i n', n9
,.;.ihre Speakler then v~oted'n. _i.a I
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lt Ipi.it', t ,iyj uug.It ill ; s tu t icalitliite
\lnlO tWey. Wilil f byd I,' it,- prn'ideid .tlhey
suc':ed. But I rea' cainOt see fi;r t le
f'ife of me, wliat, cith.-:.r tie democratic or
the anti lai ra. i ti. s, ps iich, would
gain by a division, of thi county. .
It is well known that, thie two political
parties have heretofore heen very- equally
divided in the counly,- ind so f'in as I know,
they would be about as equallyv divided'ih'
each snlt-division, and if this' be so; what


-will the democracy as a party, pain by the
division. Surely nothing.
But I am fR-.lromn believing,- with the
correspondent of the Rfermuib'in that: the
democrats as A party, engaged in ite movCe-
ment for party "Iurpoesatall, and' I ,-is
sorry to see any attempt made at forcing
old -party politics into the question; .--
We come now tq-consider W)ilatthe'e .;atti
Railroad party is to tTain by -division.'- t.
'know. tliat' some sara illy. enough to be
lieve'that ifkthey'werQ to full into a new
eouiity,, that was called bV any;,other-name
'Thdin C.olumbia; they ,Bo8ld'b. 3 ved-
,fiom paying the Railroai'''If'h'-Btit'-hat
idea is too .preposterom. ltf'ojp *npTar-:
gunient toirefute it. .r "' .. "
Now if 6tey tent gbtaleir. of.tb. Rajf-'
road tax, by dividing th county "a1a
-the si ietimneaddle tlleweaves .it.ih' th-
additinlheMi,'vy county' t1 4to.rai-'lndt
for the erection 6 public 'hi-ildjigr,. hat'
whIat will be their gainj., -pat P wofd.iy
that ey:tcy dgaind loss;--
'Now idtr fhe,.% ^.irp
gain nothiing p.lti(d'riy "i >" 4
rthe a-&itC ,IIh1 i. pat5' b 'e -i tiio" l^cr.
he 'alrea'drh
ducnif t%'ion^^i:ci~ai~oqf]^f' dVi5
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nanain.t tithe- iiieu' c- '-f:inl uvri.griW i hiv-- i pi.ptrlu laken aw.n yy i'
driving garrnjt-i. .-A : A., -~r~h~io'.l
Mr. Brl'Ois' walking. caiw i a-i."'u s i "- ".lat
,n c vo.u." .--TI TO -.
ge-in, but Mr. Fl'u 'olunteer- lbo ctr u r' 'T
"wlnoS'gocs'untlf orie O( the-U outses. of.Coi-i .,r-hSouh nit
gn-iI's with "-ol-t" and'" Bo'ie.. en l' l
iio ever is one g l"3; diff ler p e. bt .t'i.-;.- % --
tile two. t'i '' Mn- HIelp r-;got a.-..-'o.. J_,.
cliastise'einlt- nt .the Iand Al' f M '._4inja'g- awil tle fc tioit
and S ,utbe m i a ,i{ i,,inn,,diaty. i'.,ig6t all'. ti itlh rntboI
about- it. -Mr. Suntn'r got u4e-santn bu t
the dlfence of .1h-erdice r'plured- it ..'." .
lungs of every. orator amid tlie tyll3 ot..'eiryl ".
pre.-s at lth :l Nith W a -.- tamit.pet- IIxeexpect...-
ed of -an'a t In vvoci-tfes .S; Geu,,gtjaqdt/;j"
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4tw-.1-&,." tirt,+_t~t~
-Th&e tlreaty nivth Nfr'ar!lpuw.)'+ A"-<"J'!

A corepomdeut, writingo-lr6m. NxicaritS
ija givestjne fol-1owinfg- putuProflW that'fi ^
rbleIanditratd cuintr.y;It g.
boti. tlj:Dneln hnh havenpe #ro(0-01'efd-p-
h-0,7v -- _q .. ", i&t I '.
-f tfhe'.pcrlt with their-'nrhrt-eflv n44is!w:
,sllhxthe chanitice liSTf anr nofeato t mywa2y3y
-nle with I e~i'~mr i8s-.,t-1 )i Tn
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make wii h pin(minbetiigraB^ :WW ].,*
Thepople nltmopm->-:4jey.aen n-IL -*
riiros ofit a enth'vlV lnlv., li.a '
so Enl!an-1';fir.t,-unA.-tO Yr qeeqndl< -'- l^-r
bp .-the "dther hrid th4'eae..,-pci 4W.
-trepugnance to 'rth Amedarisarit-, Tfmi-y
. taught byforetg inflh e X .Cndr.
r-Y.ak* es.so. mo.ny.tl 'b, a ts.j-
.dd'tour tlhrti-.n..Th'$y orpectinere a+reflch .
S'n y- pte'nipoten lt V.ry-.i< -
-also 'ua the speed" t Ymin'yo.Oi.bitc- j, -
&o e.tloiiefbcyf.a, il .r f .
Sthe. wo.. SilYtd rs iromW- '
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S ,. eon of M MR DIiO:" *- --. dvision,*-J -terover.a-L _t
ft 1 intai. Tt (^~~~~O 0; tnih ,same'-hiB6. o~h OM g ..^fSf~^
d I .into- Dear sir: ... Q.
S -* i : U'. i ai o liud d .to .. hA 'n
. L. ~Uilding the Democrat of the ]st instant a .opyt o$so6&on i s.poen yoirit"
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ OY 0 .lrn."r'innee Sht6
r words to tie lesti'ipony taken down at the time of ,.-n. 4& i ..,
.. "atn flo rl ilel 'ao -Y ,+.0
fiorm d the cxuniiiation of Robt. ] ,lo'dan for tine -" ,:" !.
,. ta- P ' time of C '-.:'-o wh
tb f Brya'n;.. at White ihlpher Sljrinig laste,"u n--- .
er.' I'think &tLhhe pubiiation -of this, .. .,,-.:
I nt the testimony is'altogethir proper, and the ,t e eon
tl leltediot,,ewhe o~i ..bh l'm 6 "6f:-
lo n more so on account of the continued efforts 64 ed -h"ln nI> rn"-"
Hi', o-running fom iol ibusat Q
the egisa of goue persons to stirop prejudice in the ki froiol.t;.i+.fbYi
Public mind, against the young Inan whose .anti t. ev.ntt gp&_ d... ..ht.t
publc lna agy ,o-. ?W -. .--or
"'I on.e.... who o -u anliee-, dhl otV
n e who peculiar n isifbtune renders the kiiing not nfb .of S ...1-%- ^..'.Ui.4._. b
t rror'Mr Ar. b i i iu m uh further to go to:.couirt.,ta-tt *i H
onl y necessary but abso htelny csp -nsi ..,fu, ...; 1
wbS' an un- Y. ". h.. aveU'A IWO~tdeiii ,lls t -. +'6&.*oUW q
W e ble to tIt -preservation oi ns own *Ufe.." I- ,. :. thi,, e4 ii.t c
f)C from abOUt ti ltl tht- s 4
that tile was present at the exatnin to and u h- i i,,.I.,, -. -
f*is:: The and miusL sai,'that I have seldom seen an ,so that th. one will loose 1hife"? ^...
S,;ahighi. .g other tL innotbit r
examining 4 ut kkiroth~~. l th ..-y. .i. +.. +, ---
cot e d nore patlenc',tare g dfld i 'leltt to tu .i o t a e-'
s en u. country tharr this d4d.'.vyery personn that-h.- - .s Str'ong' .1.':i. cu nti,- ". ,.. .
e. .. .-da t ii- y-i-ffi ng.im rpe
v.,.ed for hiim seemed to knw any hiig df the "hiau6r .samedy ut. iery fl ngs. e;l 4.
". ned by 'the was'carefuly)and closely' examined, anf' t wes s .thena
.+.ie tini[hd -" -- ;... --' U nve--tupa 6 ':.li rection of,'ll~l 'i
'. w nasn Iend ver-avaiilablecircumstance.'.which ld -" ..- o'. ere 'c tio o u .
"'as in g .. -. .' ihghs o 90 at I c' inrfb t;so:e _b atha :i
r, j throw. light-4pon the sulibct aos.. care- S,.:;: .. .. .,..
Sinteition; fully consideredd. Mi'- W.aver. ti.ls te .uY, tin g tent t hid
Roal hst. only man wno itessed the !ntire "y it ..p d ,. w'
counter, and hi6it.teaftnnny was carefully how.- i .... ... ""
nOdby -- r.. ... No we to Or-A- vi ,
nical Jo .irnal. taken by the cou t, grd by't heh:-dii'ction .I.... m e, .. -, F-...- '
. I vmtI i d.say:uiake .c r" e U. d,' Sl
Sin i. IS r';we fully w itten out, so ihat all the evidencee l .ie odi i .o fl
,-. ,-, t: \ve .. ... ...:, it;-lind .161 AM& Pi I AUjfc9~ ~ > <;a }.
r vf tu that existed a that ha timnc, was befi .rre .it; d l '.. : oi-c"- o nL ue..n.
..... ~~~ ~~.c.'.bu0iit3 bitl, Iii's, w would ornmtnu rt y-ti. t,.j'tt4
S. court. Mr WVaver was an invalid, in the ... a u t.o .-, ,
i Jm rn ai t stages of dist.ase, aid as sice ditd; i'. s-th n "- "I .
ii, J~m nal ;t .. _, saIMU 11'im J~t hispho t o 'tcq %4_ :in /
rk of' tile so that it can hardly bu Suiplposed, that a -4"'divisio '
-.. .-.,%Ad iviirm a d~~i6:t 1!'.o Xnd :[ 'e n >:. _.
:,,i, $ man So near ithe'grave, and -,0 col.ciou o ". t' V .. .... 140pr ,a i
in the~ ~lie ~ ...-' f .rn S Nir. Editor, w- e --e nx \;,tuldI Iaic e una ,titj .d?.-
iinntivitsolinetwaswouldhhaveaVtl'lcd'Idu n .u : .
,i ,l in th e tl .# w o ,l l~ v H o ln i nU t lV t o uo u n u i , h a t ~t' o u ~ld w in d le. i ^ l., r^,
i l truthh. But Mr VW eAver was a gentleman A! ,.rnfl ,.c!., .. ... a"1- -1,"' '"
,', i,i arnd olf govd-tauding and cliracter, and hs t,,ad,,, ,,I l ke t -.Ty ue r-s "
41c', :III t sliifo y is cnnli h.t t n igi .t d" t h, cn'dp'ud aeOt.i%' onTO j h
: I The court aadttr full an d c, 'e .t o i ". ble,' and n,oni g th ir sister. co 6intie .- -' .
.. .. ..I"en I wo Ild I -,it h (.olnini -i x o p fy -
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.re"I rd i..-o aldnevieiu... ..ih "t-.tl-:g riln.yiut,, she~P '4u. d Rhons d+l't-WntC4 A +' '"
eh l charged the 'lrisoncr'. H,.r it. I think the. ..' -. ; .., '.
I k~-Wahiinc p~cC t'ti'hulcit-ld -of Anc ..
.n.hl nU rs t in iter should have end But i n, .. ti,* .cr;, o'
natolrv nwce the death ol Air W ., th4 e'....t in' po i .. ..
ati'n,-, nlLven-.btal, ;ll <>r th 'aL. t h e -,QIAUCII. ;-
niatttrha. blei n brstght" b ;i'e 'h. gr-and ..d.. .. s .. .I t.. .
"eJUti4YU 1i : uf"/eStAteLC-` .H~,6 hi Pi:,:+ """. f
jury of Ualainilton county, and a tr iue bill1.1 M '
uni, a coin- fund againsL MrJordan. 'rllsi., to b ,:.' ,I. ''F.-' .'' -
,, on tihe rgrrtt-ed, as one of t leoe inwtin .111 I'e inar .'abIle.,. ,'+'-
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unt v. We which thesanction ol'a g'grndjjny is Uvok' Vle mr Brool 'of S.'.C.'l; w' "'.
e a, n h 'n- ed to tile 1rejudiclY of.IMr Jonitin, without ln Stuitu r a.,siin.i ;jgg'g91 or1iL',i p uy- t
fr ci one, dolig any ,.-silt e 0Oui .lw just-ie or tit Th-nc in tlin S.nutie YhaIinibi0',.tu. A tin \IiT-ltl
Sn, liIr-hn- countulv, It-r it Mr. Jordun ,hoiuld appea'-r -Slahi\'rv wjtcv:.'ekhalistvd l 'tir v' ht-iit 7 '^.
.d~~.. ,.= ,.-,:L ..,o.t~d,^ od^ ^ ^ ^
Ictd ,, io'.-Ls ild l tli,,,o rightnminded manc-ould r' ulrn.hjr ', l i, l,, .:" h iti t .t
.n~ ~ ~.1 it .i n::..... al II n.[U-lp tJ.r', t.lqeneg;idc a n 'd :lo iiC tIV ft -1'-"- A ". .
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