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lardbmens, jai* Volitial Nat
The Japan. Expedition.
riot the K V Trihune
We have received no letters intended for pub
lication froiti Mr. Bayard Taylor since he jollied
dishes Beet, but a private note from him dat
ed on June 26th, ar the harbor of Napa Kiang,
Loo Chao, states briefly a few facts of interest
Which, it is not improper for us to communicate
-to oar tinders: He write as follows:, "Behold
- rae here, in this replace and rarely visited corner
of the Pacific, sweating under a torrid sun, eloth
ed in the lightest undress uniform allowed by
the Navy Regulations, and ,living from hand to
Month, now on salt horse and sea biscuit, and
now on turtle steaks and wild boar cutlets. I
have not yet been two months in the service, but
its ordered, artificial life is so new and peculiar,
so different from all my prerion4 experiences,
that, although J am now tolerably at home in it,.
the time seem" greatly prolonged t have, .in
feet, seen and done a greet deal since leaving
Shalghai. We sailed on the 17th of May, leay
nag Plymouth there, sad after a detention of
three days at the mouth tf the Yang tse Kiang,
;ailed direct to this place, at the south western
Darner of the Great Loo Choo Island, where we
arrived on the 29tb. Probably not more than a
dozes vesioels had ever'been there before, and the
arrival of our two great steamers, with the Sara :
togo andly, created, as you may suppose,
an imam* sensation Loo Choo is tributary to
the Japanese Prince el Satsuma. and the people
are Japanese in dress, cu.tords and government,
though not,llts I think, iu race. They approxi
mate nearer to the Malay. After thy Regent
had been received on board, and a good under
standing established, the Commodore appointed
a party of four--of whom I was one---to explore
the.,iaterior of the island. No white man had
ever been mom than three wiles from Napa
fore. We took four trie.o and sown Chlu2se t ool.
• les with us and started s six Jay's tramp, during
which ..we ;nude 108 miles sod thoroughly
plored more tban one-half, the island. We were
attended by Government . offit`Pr:, %Th.) anted as
spies Amt did not attempt to c i,ntiol our move
ments.'. We led them hueli a duties t;, they nee..
sr had before, but it tray itnv,sibler c , eape
their' eapionige. Stouts were sent in adv.inee
wherever we went, and the natives driven away
,from the road. The inhabitant; either phut up
their houses or -.0,%t through
fear of us, as many little ineidjnt- pr,-,vefl, bin of
their - own rulers. The island ur onvot the most
beautiful in the world; vll3 fertile, .I , ltnira) , lp
cultivated,_and combining iii if, ~ecut-ry the ellar
acteristies bath of the ;ropie, and temperate
tone'. :Ye discovered a ruicnd :)511 feet
lout, on the summit of atm.utitain,h,•side:: many
ancient tombs, hewn in the roolts. north..
ent part of the island ;
.s• Moll 71 taut , and cov
m'ed with dense forests, in wild boars art
found The trip was alto,-.....ether the nic,4 f a n.
tsatic and peculiar I evt r made We tqr,k . a
but lotiged mostly in the or liovern
latent hones, which are very niat and comfort
able Our nativF: iurtiislo u. with pro
and.bekrltr.s for out luggagt . 0n.1, - 1.
day, the 6th,inst.; the Colmar - dote returned ill
etelr:. visit at Shemli. tltt rrsy.,l re-idet l ee,
ranee 1311 ea from her nont in -,tat.• with
a p on of more than 2.00 offices, seatuen
and. marrinvrs, with - two field pieces and two
bands. Orreat notobet- „f the natives ennui hi
witness our 'array \V etitt red the r 4 , yzil 1"/ le
at Sheudi, but did nut see either the; young Prinee• .
or the Queen Dowager. After the reception we
had a grand native dinner at the Regent',
I partook of 31 toondeseriptdi,hes, and was then
obliged to.stop. Everythifi'g pas.ied off remark
ably well. -We left here on the ( Ith for the Bo
nin Arvhipobigo, to the eastward of
this'', taking the Saratoga in tow and leaving the
eittippi and Supply behind. After a delight
ful voyage of five days we reached Pert
the harbor of 'Peel where we remained
four days. I taws appointe.l to the command of an
exploring party The Island is only six miles
long, but very rugged, and covered with the den
sest frojdeal vegetation. 1 never, had such a'
hard clays work in my life, although we only
traveled twelve wile, I had , even wen--,iffi-
Cers and seamen--with me. Two of them broke
don completely, a thiid barely dragged himself
along and others wet wnfttay fatigued.
climbed down a mile of preeipices by bulthup. rat
the corners of rock', and the.riyits of shot
a wild .boar, kindled a tire, and rozeited
'and had a grand time generally The Bolin"
Islands are of volcanic formation. and. though in
lat. 27deg. N., the .teg ation i. that which is
elsewhere-foun d near t ( I naba The . - inhahi.
tante-30 i n all-=-are meriean and .
lianak 2 -mostly, runaway sailor?, who raise. a few,
4tegetables which they sell to Failorh Port Lloyd
is a splendid and secure harbor, and the only
one in this put of the Pacific which will answer
as a stopping place and eallit . ig station for our
new Pacific steamers, when they get under way.
We can even afford to the Ammo of s 4ta.
don •n Japan if we get Port Lloyd. Alto
.getlier I have employed my time pleasantly and
profltalay, since entering the set.% ice We re
' - taped on the 23a.am1 found the Plymouth in
from Shankhai with the tit , A news
(thin 'tom to nearly seven months- We leave
hen for Jeddo in three' day- 'rhr length of iintl
stalls of course uncertain. but a , „ as I r ,, ct
back again to some Chinese port. I shall, reign,
- and make straight ar!roe. I have a
mighty hunger to get buck Civilization. • I
ten tired to death of barh.trians,'e,peciallv of the
Chinese, with their monstrosities and abolition.
tions, and I suppose the Japanese are not much
:better. What I se.4 (if the operation of the JA
. pane* kart; in tor, Choo, disgust. me I think
we ;hall eertninly reel on - Wednesda% spend
our Fourth of Juli - in the Bay of•.lnd.l, km
itenr theatricals to-inorrow night on imard the
48 6 Thn Ne"ork .1 euip t, tA.
411116ws on ;het 'Or niew-:
"Russia Its:4, been r:glaing.., C
ft' 1,1 .
sinus for twenty years nod she ha:, unit conqu.l,4l
them. Thane ,greatly trhti:. believe ply
MO -finish , Turkey in" one, vitro or five eatupaigtor.
Por the present at leftst, the chances are alto geth 7
er in favor of Turkey evt it khe has to fight her
blades alone. But she will brobsbly he
by Eranee and England; certainly hy
revs:Judi:Wary `adventurers front all -ti4rt. , , or
Hurope,'fillel with a hatred of the anti eras i nten .
aer even than her own: ' Thechicf danger of war;
in fact, consists in the .t.tituulus it will gist.: to
the nevolutioniry enemy which is latent iu
• Wiest every isaiutry ou the Continent. It is
• known that the revolutionary 'cutler, an. watch
libg passing events with the utinot4 intvrest.
Louis Napoleon, it he joins against Ruesi.t, has
nothing to fear from this, foi tuttionalii) i s th e
strongest feeling of Frenchmen and always
subdues every iuterual rev , intionaryt impulse
whettpthe nation is involved in foiirign war. But
in Germany there is no such sentiment. for the
tlerbunt lace has uo tuitional unity. In Italy
aad Hungary, which are under a foreign yoke,
there is no
. pationality which is not essentially
revolutionary. It is hardly possible that a war
should be carried on between the Eastern- and
Lirtheru powers of Europe, without Ai: ring up
a vehement and firer) elfervesoeuee among -the
people, and creating opportunities fora most ter
rible retribution upon their opprosors. Consid
ering the present state of Europe, we cannot wim
• der at sneh extraordinary eforts hare *been made
to . • • the ambition and vanity of the Czar,
' avert the war -which his outrageou.A preteu
rime could sot fail to provoke:: I
A. Isitwanal Box : —Yesterday, in passing
along the street, we wereuceomted by an exceed
ingly dirty ind ragged urchin, holding in his
hand a eirr, with "Bow, have jou got u locofo
co watch In your pocket?" We could but rue
upon the little embryo loafer in perfect astonish
inent, he being, at the moat, not over seven years
of age. "That cigar , " maid we, "trill niake you
*ink." "Devilish clear of it," replied ha, "Pat
used to smoking, and never smoke nothing short
er then a three-oenter." 7 --gerark ifereetry.
OW GIN CRILAII.--Tilt yam fever
bas taken another hero for its victim, Brevet
Brigadier General Ch il ds, of the many, hating
died of it at Tampa Bay, on the Bth hut.
Childs was a native of Maine, and one of the
moat gallant officers of our army. Re was with
General Taylor's army at the commencement of
the Mexican war, and commanded the artillery
battallion'in the battles of Palo Alto and Boma
de la Palma. At Monter). he - commanded the
storming party of artillery, infantry and Texas
riflemen, and contriinned much towards the suc
cess of the attack on the city. He was after-
wards with 'Gen. Scott's army at the landing at
Vera Cruz: At Cerro Gordo be commanded a.
rportion of the first artillery which was engaged
in the successful attack upon that height, and
General Scott, in his official report, acknowledg
ed his gallantry and called him "the often dia
tingtashed Brevet Col. Childs." He continued
with Scott's army as far as Puebla, where
be was placed in command, and where he not
only exhibited his customary bravery, but en-
I Jeered himself to the army and the volunteers
by his humane conduct in all circumstances.—
Many of the Pennsylvania volunteers remember
him with much Finitude, and will' leant with
! much regret of his death. Colonel Childs was
promoted, after the war, to a Brevet Brigadier
Generalship. Re was in the prime Of life, with
the prospect of many years longer of honorable
service, when he was cot off by the pestilence.—
Errs! big' Bulktin.
EMIGRATION FROM GERMANY —The Krauts
stlitit•k not the only •,übjc et of 'agitation ati Ger
many. The increase of .emigration causes no
less lir anxiety. The Nouvelle (puede du
Pruse has published upon this subject an article
signed by M. Blucher, who adjures the Govern
ments to regulate this movement, by imposing a
tax upon emigration for the benefit of the poor.
According to M. Bbieher, the poorer elan remain
whereas they are the ones who should be aided
to emigrate. But the Patrir
.kustly says that the
German Gtirenunentc debate - between two im
possibilities; the impossibility of making the poor
emigrate, otherwise than by ineasnres contrary to
humanity; and the impossibility of preventing,
otherwise than by arbitrary restrictions, the em
igration of the classes possessing property, and
attracted towards the shorts of America, by the
1,0 1 ,c of augmenting that property, and adding to
it: benefits dime of liberty ! The Germane who
eanuot go to seek in America that liberty which
is the -second-bread' of mankind, hope that the
new world will one (lay bring it to them, and
thus when tht• wen rant not, their sour! emigrate
to the land of refuge.
ELAWENENT AND Aztaxsr.--On 'Wednesday
yr,ning a lady named Deer and a male individual
called John Curtis, arrived in Cincinnati from
Hancock county; Ohio, and were immediately
arre , ted. Their baggage was extensive, consist
ing of a band box, two earptt sacks, two trunks,
a baby two months old, thine hundred dollars of
the , 104erted husband's Money, and a six shooter.
The latter instrument was in the pocket of the
134, who..drew it, and informed the °Seers that
~ he would Speedily mar vaeaneies.in the organ
ization of the Cincinnati police. She; was secur
ed and taken to the watch house, however, "Imre
he wa.4' lodged during the night. Next tagen
ing her husband and fttlier arrived, the former
to claim his baby, and the latter his erring
daughter; both, after a world of miming, were
suceessfni, and Curtis was turned loose upon the
world unencumbered with luggage.
Lurk AND . 1 - 10.111CIDE.-C. U. Martin, a
school teacher, was shot dead in Jefferson county,
Kr., a few days , sinee, by a 'young Judy named
Shaw his related that Martin Miss Shaw
were env:teed to be married, but t she bad
postponed IL.: marriage CM account reports she
had heard. Soon afterwards, she heard that he
had announeod his intention not to many her,
and made statements ruinous to her character.
1.1. , _ s.uhActocnily called to see her, and her broth
er awl ti,. g ot into a fight, in which the latter
we, tik v ly to he badly-beaten. At this star of
the proceeding, Mi. , ..-. Shan -hot Martin with a
pig"d and killed. him I
Mtxte9.--Santa .I.nna, it i- said, intends to
voclaint himself crmiperor as soou ati his plans
eau Le eialitdetcu and his proposed army of 80,-
titm Men i•rgalli7ed. In 4 recent speech to his
rhoi., .11 the. .-apital, he referred soraewhat
to campaigns in whieh they would have
n. pi n\ e. their valor. new 31exican Minis
ter t.. Spin. late Mexican consnl at Harass, is
to Ix rrtuillvi ti.r eNnplicity in the affair of
the. 1.14.1 Y slaver. Santa .tnna, it is ali:o
'aid. hat; stittett to the Captain-General, point
ing nut the necemity of his immediately sending
hack the Yucatan Indians. . rigid censorship
of the pres., is maintained, and the enemies of
Santa Anna, as- well as all suspected of
(ion to his imperial projeets, are to . • and
imprkoned or banished Already several politi
cal prisonerA are confined in the fort at- Vera
Cruz, and one hundred and, fifty others are ban
ished from the country.
-, 11111 , .-.---
e boreniNc; IN , aorxr.--Tho Petersburg Dem
.g.ra re) N a story of a little boy of that city, who,
having recently lost his father, found himself de
l:to-red thereb3 tram attending whoa as former.
, and in the fitilne-e- of his faith, be determined
to 4eek the wherewithal, at the footstool to which
hyrdoithtle-e; been taught to look for other and
nigher blessings. To the simplicity of bilk heart
he :at flown and gravely wrote a Letter to his
Redeemer, thinking, perhaps, that en formal a
mode of preferring his request.; would meet with
:mention. What was the.ntrprise of the
ma,,ter, Wm N. rriend, Esq., indiseoveri*
among the eontentg a his letter boi,,one morn."
inr lately, a minsive - direeted to "Jesus Chriatr
Opening it. he read the story of the boy's wants,
and with a noble kindness-which we are not 24-
fiqll o l.nough to deprive ow readers of .the pleasure
or event of beerine,•he deposited in the envelope
the amount required and directed it to the young
--- , •411. ,,. --- - -
Vitsav Pv.oPUL—Miss Dix ' the Philanthro
pist states that among the h undreds of tvasy
people with whom her meted missions have
brought her into companionship, she has not
found one individual, however fierce, and twist
lent, that torrid not be calmed by S cripture and
prayer,. uttered in low and gentle tows. The
power of religious sentiments over those shat
tered souls serum mresculoms. The worship of a
quiet, loving heart, affects them like a voice from
Heaven. Tearing and rending. yelping and
stamping, singing and groaning, gradually sub
side into silence, and they fall on their knees, or
gaze upwards with &aped hands. as if they saw
throughthe opening darkness s golden gleam
from their Father's throne of love.
ALARMING FIRE IN THE WOotax NEAR DE
TROIT.--‘An alarming fir e has been pretailing of
late in the woods and twasspe r and has now retch
ed 'within a mile of that city. :10,000 acres of
swamp have been completely burnt over, destroy
ing all houses, barns, fences, Are, in its course.
The moods are burning on the Southern Railroad,
between Toledo and Adrian and on the Central
Railroad near rhstritortii Ob the Poetise Rail
road it is raging so that the falling tree% °hairnet
the passage of the trains. The city is so full of
smoke that it is impossible to see across the stmts.
The fire is spreading toward. Ann .Irbor des
troying much valuable timber and property.
ANOTTIER * KOWA CASV.-A late number of
Criallignars Nessetarp at Paris, says Mr. Brown,
the new Faked States Minister in Prussia, at
tired in Berlin with two Secretaries, sad will
have shortly to treat an affair similar to that of
Rasta. A. Mr. Henry Von Oeusebe was con
demned in 1849, for an offence of the prawg but
le fled to the United States in 1850, sad got
himself naturalized as an American cilia's.—
About a year ago he returned to Hamburg on
prifate bu,sisiees: He was arrested, given up to
the i 4Prussian authorities and removed ta die
jai!bf blegnitz, where he has sites remithset—
Be has applied to the Arerwirian leptian ger
protection an a citizen of the United BMWs.
1111, - PA.
SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 29, 1553
Draws vL the
The papers miaow:toe that G. C BRONSOx, the
Collector at the Post of New York, has been remov
ed. This fact will astonish nn one familiar with the
circumstances; neither would it, as a simple re
mora!, elicit a word of remark outside of the city
'of New York. The people of the country, ear
, cially out of the State of New York, care very
little whether Judge G. 0. Bronson, or plain
John Smith, is Collector.. But, in consequence
of certain surrounding circumstances, it has
a higher significance thin the simple remov
al of one man and the appointment of an
other. In a word, it invokes the question of
1 the approval or rejection of the policy of the
1 Democratic National Administration in respect
to appall tmenta in that State. The President
} early determined to recognize both divisions of
the party as belonging to the democratic family,
and entitled to share in the advantages and hon.
ors following the great victory of 1852 This,
no man not warped by prejudice, will deny the
justice of. Both divisions hare participated in
I the battle—both had given in , their adhesion to
a common platform—and bhth hare gathered
I around the same Sag in the rally and in the
I route. Bence, both should be treated in the
1 seine manner by the President. Mr. Bronson,
and those with whom be acts, were unwilling to
assent to this policy; but desired to narrow down
the Democratic fold to the section to which they
are attached And because the President would
' not regard them as the only orthodox Democrats
`in the Slate, they have wailed his Administra
-1 tion. It became a practical 'question then under,
these eircumstanoes, what course the Admit:astra
-1 don should adopt. Shodid it leave this important
office, wielding as it does, extensive patronage and
influence, in the hands of those who do not atequi
t,esee is the views of the President, and strive to
t thwart his policy? - The people, as before remark
' ed, feel very little interest in the matter of the
distribution of rivernment patronage, but if it
be right to remove and appoint officers for poll
; rival reasons, so that theii views and sympathies
I may accord with those of the head of the govern
-1 meat, and thus strengthen and sustain his Ad
ministration of public affairs, then we see abun
dant resew why the President should feel bound,
'as be has, to name Collector BROPfsmes Fumes.
I, sor. Indeed, we think the general sentiment
-a ll political divisions, is that the. Ad.
1 ministr ati o n could not, with self-respect;contin
" tee that gentleman in office. To omit to remove
I him wonH belooked upon in all quarters as pa
! sillasimous. As political affairs go in this mura
-1 lay, and we suppose it is the same every where,
no Administration will long have friends, which
i has not the courage to keep its friends in office in
preference to its enemies. The magnanimity or
itimidity which leave, the important posts of ho
nor, mainland and influence in the hands of.
open or secret enemies, is suicidal It certainly
would have cornmpanded better with our ideas. if
all this letter writing had taro omitted, and if
amino had taken its plait , . Had the President,
4 • i when he found that t h e Collector at New York
was determined to embarrass. his Ailmitsktration
1 and abandon the Democratie party, pmmptly ap
, pointed suneesvor. the set would have command
ed lemeeral approval, awl seen red for the Admira
-1 istratins public regret and enuMence. The
' same ream nowirte the only alternative consist;
„rot with haunt and self respect, but we tear it
i lesseame "ton tale” toexemiae thetudatary influ
tome, and elicit the admiration which would have
attended it, if adapted. in appropriate time
TNs tkAssint Durraser,Thore seems uk he
no doubt of the election of B. W. Jamison, inde
pendent Denesserat, to the Senate, from the Clar
ion, Armairmag and Indiana district. His Ma
jority over Clover f reptist Democrat, is stated to
be 250. The Senate will therefore stand 17
Demomata, 14 Whip, I Native Amerimin, and
1 independent Democrat. Mr, Jamison, howev
er, may safely be classed with the regular I)ens
°crate, for we have every assurance that he will
yote,with theta in all instances. The Harris.
burg Uaaos says: "The Whip will find, if they
are making any. calculation upou support from
Mr. Jamaica, that be is altogether a different
man from Mr. Myers, the nose of wax that the
Whip have heretofore moulded and shaped to
milt their purposes. Mr. Jamison has always
been a Democrat, and as 'we are informed. will
go with the party upou l every question."
Sir For want of something else to talk about
the New York paper; are trying to get op an et
eitement about England "Afriesnixing" Cuba.
One (tin authority denies the charge. There
upon the Times eorsippondent at Washington
says, there Mins& a scheme, and the government
knows It. .He says that letters received from
Havana not only eosins' the Mateisent of the
Apprentioeship scheme, but show that many lead
ing planters favor it. It ie also 'stated that the
Cuban Government is apprehensive of a defee:
ties in some regiments .of troops, who *ere pro-
mised disbandment for pitting down the Lopes
expedition which promise was not Milled. •
- The Berdiag Gazette relates a shocking
case of Hydnifolu/ga, which- occurred in Berke
County on the 15th. The •victitu wait a Mrs.
John Skrease, and the circumstances are ash fol
lows: Some two months ago, a dog belottOg
to the family, commenoed pureeing the chickens
and eats about the house, in Si very nausnal and
aaaoyisg manner. Mrs. Strouse undertook to
punish him for his viciousness, and was about to
seise him, when he turned and sever.* bit her
in the hand. This strange -behaviour shoved
the fondly, and they endeavored Weskit the dog,
but - he contrived to escape. Next morning he
vitae home, and was secured. it was then found
that be was raviag mad, and they subsequently
killed him. A physician was immediately tatt
led in to attend Mrs. Stetuan, bad it was in vain.
Medicine had no effect, and Gs the 15th she dirt'
a horrible deati..exhibiting all the symptoms of
hydrophobia. tt is stated that some of the fam
ily were thrown into fits and more evil Num ,
qusucem are *nal.
sir The Govenunent of Great 'Wain has
Amu snore of the the spirit of thc timid ever
chant, than of the resolute leader, on the Eastern
question. It is evident, indeed, that the caution
and caleidation of Commerce has governed her
wan wore than higher viewa ofpolicy of prin
ciple._ Our beans die tying, not our teen, wax
the bold reply of the old Melton to a taunt
Whet ammer he woad mire, if - alive, to the
4ahlkiPlaancY- Wolk*. WI I* 4 m 1 4 46 0--
vs . '
The dietitian? the Democroor party N Niiir
York has Orates the whig smeropapene i n e.d
out of that Stets abundant mina for 4xlllPltudls•
doe; and they are determined to mate - the most
of it. From Maine to Texas it is their song by
day and their dream by night. Like visionaries
as they are when political onetime are at issue,
they are already indulging in the most extrava
gant anticipations of the future, and predicting
in posithe terms the early breaking dawn of the
Admin: tratiou! A paper of this class, slow he
fore us, preheating its statements neon the state
of facts 'we harealluded as existing in New York,
exultingly declares that "the Administration of
Gen. Ponca is &connected fail are. " What is a fai
lure? in the sense our whig friends would have us
understood this! Mike Administration of FdASK
Pianos has failed ID realise the just expectations
ti the people, the* it is a "failure!" If it has
failed to meet the expectations of the friends of
Liberty throughtint the world, then it is a "fail
ure." If It has failed, as far as time and °it
eunritances bane tilled upon it, t o
. give an inape
tus to the car of Progress, then it is a "failure."
Hut if has failed in none of_these, then it is not
a "failitre;"- on the contrary it is a etecessfal re
alisation of all aidevery thing predicted by th ose
who brought it into power, and hence pined
their linPes upon i Let u.; examine, then, and
ee whether den. Pierce's administration has so
far proved a "failure" er-sof Treiat evidence
that the people are melded with it, in all it acts
and all its promises, maybe found in the result
of the venoms eleetionsthat have transpired since
the 4th of March. Tennessee one of the far
States that voted egaicust Gin. Puget, has em
phatically proclaimed herself satisfied with the
Administration 4. electing one of its friends, the
eloquent Jonesoug to her Gubernatorial 'glair.
Kentucky, anotheOlate that voted for the whig
candidate last Pali, has also declared herself sat
isfied by an almost equally decisive declaration:
Ohio has just renewed the pledge of her faith in
the Administmtion by the election of . Mf.ost.t,
by a .majority unheard of in the annals of poli
ties—some 50,0011" It will be recollected that a
few years ago this was one of the mosf reliable
whig States in the Caine. Georgia, too, the ]
'Empire aof the South," .has just recorded
her declaraliou of disbelief in the assertion that
the "Administration has proved a failure " While
Pennsylvania, the good old Keystime, slow bet
sure, declares in a round majority of from twenty
to forty thousand thit she too is Satisfied' These
results do not speak much as thengh the people,
the masses, considered the "Administration a
conceded failure." Far from it; on the contrary
they look to us vary much like an emphatic and
hearty endorsement of all its acts, and especially.
thit line of policy marked out by the Inaugu
ral, and so ably enforced by subsequent official
documents emanating from the State Department.
-In this particular, then, the "Administration of
Oen. Pierce is" , see "a conceded failure." Ps
like its "illustrious predecessor," the people have
not repudiated it in the first year of its existence!
But let ns not linger id discussing this undispu.
ted fact Arhen• flea. Pierre's Inaugural was
received in Europe. it rude the heart of etery
struggling patriot_ pulsate with joy, it they
saw a pledge, such ar. has been rust successfully
redeemed in the rate of Krarta, and most
earnestly and powerfully enforced in the let
ter of Secretary Marry to the Austrian Min
ister, Hulsentann! Were there nothing else—
skald the Admisiatestion leave no other bright
page in is history.-4MB one ace war td stead Ant
in bold teller in all coining time! It has seeds
limbed is principle, broad and deep, which the peo.
plc will see -that their servants hereafter shall
adhere - to and maiatain! Wherein, then, has the
Administration "failed" Not in the confidence
of the people! Not in its duty to the cause of
humanity at house or abroad! No where has it
"failed," except in efforts to onociliate and satin.
ft; the unreasonable demands of a PwYAdstuau
' tines" in the single State of New York. And
out of this—a "failure" that has not one particle.
of principle iniolved—the wbig press sot up a
shout of exultation that, of itself, displays a fero
city of fortiori' spite and an intensity of maligni
ty altogether without a parallel. A outdid and
magnanimous opposition would defer its assaults
until the Administration had developed the Ay*.
system of measnress—the public policy—by which .
it pewees . to promote the welfisre of the 'enmity,
I but there is neither candor nor :uniguanimity in
the whig party. It its not its purpose, to wage
legitimate war against the Administration.
fastens upon little animate of detail, upon the,
appointment of tide-waiters and rifler puttees- 1
tars, and makes of themes sweeping iadicimatint]l
against. the .Admiaievation. Such a system of
warfare will make no impression on the people.
Principles, not the "spoilt"—the general policy
of the Administration, not the scramble of ken , -1
gry place-hunters—are the objects shoot which
the people feel an' interest.
sir We have been amaired not a little at the,
tone of the Whig press of tbautativiecounty to;,
wards the " Adamantine" Demi:onus. Th 4
w oo lly.heid" e.iist,r, the . "SilverAiray" Ad
rediser, and their three adjuncts, have been as
"polite as a basket of chips," 'as the saying is,
towards the getters up and signers of the Ada.
mautine call for a county Convention. The uah
of their columns is freely given, no t only for the
rail itself, but inteslavering Editorials in emu
mastic* of men whom,. we venture to hay,
these prints never before spoke in decant.
Of course, when we say thisore mean tole. un
derstoOd in a political sense, not a personal.--
130 this es it may, however, we think *e see no*
our Editorial brethern of these journals with one
band patting - the Adaniantines" on the hack,
while the other is very complacently held up to
their mouths they may "laugh is their sleeve"
at the folly of - their enemies. fighting over the
difference between tweedledunt and tweedh.Atie!
*Er The Pest Master liners, has anthartited
a regular moil for California to he made Hp at
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washiedoe, and Chi
cago. &eh place hi to be provided with,imparate
hap, and return maila will also be made up at
Csßfornia, for Aii the points named.
. WWI Me Philadelphia BaHeist says a para
graph ,ILM been going the rounds of the preen,
relative to the failure of Ole Bull's whiny, which
it nnderittands is incorrect. The,facts, as repre
sented to us, are that the colony has not been
abandoned, hut the best men that went there at
'fret still remain then% So far as we can wipes.
tarn, Ole Bull has got into no law suit, and lint
no money by the inaterpriee. .;
atir &baud Flagg, ot St. GAR, Imo gaunt
at .ad author of a masa week eig
GOT bar lino lopdakao4 to else_ losilliaa is the.
Ce=it, Burma of the Baiaa ifilapatiapag *Ol
by Clocks Lomas.
sir iii• dor Aibe 0.84/$O.. iirigees
over our expose 411( thit l‘blaakeelsige in his
hboo4 a good deal wane than ho did. Whets af
ificted widt that ontaneoue disesei.he wY Oolong
tie victim of is his Joiner days.' Wti °Mainly
pity the fellow, but then he has no one to blame
but himself. His insatiate desire for notoriety,
together with his well-known egotism, is the
cause of all his misfortunes. He would not live
peaceably, but must show himself, and the
result iS he has shown himself just once too of
tee! -He comitmwd by making slanderous char
" }chick in drawls's. had not a particle of
foundation, against us, and he has ended in hav
two distinct and seperate forte in his history
exposed to the public. In all candor we will say
to his friends, for he himself has not manhood
enough left to appreciate it, that the expose we
have been compelled so make was not done wil
lingly We didnot desire to wound the feelings of
his family—to lay open the secret history ofeven so
paltry &scoundrel—but fool-likehe would have:it.
He hati got it; and now how does be meet the char
ges! The one that he goes armed,—t hat he ear
ners about his rotten person concealed weapons,
he dare not deny—hence he is silent! To the
other; the nature of which we need not now re
peat,, he sets up his own simple denial. • 'lt will
be recollected that we pointed to four gentlemen,
citizens of Erie, who were witnesses of his 'Rai- .
mous conduct at the time specified. If. the
charges were false, if we had stated that which was
not - justified by the facts, would he not have went
to those gentlemen and asked them to clear him
from them? Most certainly' he would! And word
the, not, as men of honor and neighbors, have
been bound to- have given him such a statement!
Again, we say, most certainly they would! But
does he.do this? do they do it? Far from lei
OD the contrary, one or two of them were ap
plied to by some of his friends, owl they e‘ . 1.14-
eti Atritith the eeptiersi dortint , ;7o! . Further
still, two of the four we referred to as witnemes,
beard reed that portion of our article of week before
last in which the charges were made, and they as
sured 119 of its entire correctness in all material
points. We did this, not for the purpose of ob
taining their "authority" for its promulgation,
het simply asked theta as men of honor whether
the facts as we had heard. them a few days after
thetransaction took place, were true or not. Fur
tber still, the other two have told the story sub
stantitilly as we related it, not only in our pres
eace, but in the presence of others, and we con
prove it, if they note deny it! Hut in the fiwe
of these facts, the fellow, pettifogger like, attempts
ap evasion by saying tiny "two of the gentlemen
have openly disclaimed the slander and their
authority for it." i t Siow,' itent this' pitiful; es
pecially when we have never given either of them
as our "authority." We made the charges upon
our own "authority," and pointed to the four per
sons named Witte I.'tistiowion as witnesses,, of
whom their truth or falsity could lie ascer
tained. Hut oar wriggling assailant attempts to
divert the force of the blow we have dealt him,
and steugthen his denial, by asserting that he was
"in company with James Skinner daring the
*hole of the day and evening" we referred to
the time when the transaction took place! l'n
fortunately for the truth of this, the fact is moo.
ritra.. *lsm Mr. Rkiener /'- Philadelphia on that
very day for Harrisburg. He also refers to other:
whom he was with that - day and evening, but. he
prodt;ers not one word from them; besides which
we.know some of the persons named did not stop
,at the Girard House Hut the whole defense is
'simply ridiculous; : a weak and puerile effort to •
befog a plain'issue. The mast 'serious part of
the. transaction we charge him with, took place
in the presence of :Tom persons! and from that.
charge he can only escape by producing a state
ment from them thaewe have falsified the facts.
He has not done it-, and we are content to there
let it rest, satisfied with having branded the in
famy of our assailant so indelibly upon his fore
head that whatever he may hereafter say of us
will be scarcely worth a notice. There is one
thing, however, the public should understand.—
It is this. The Editor of the "(Cotstlittlion"
cribes the charges we have "Toted" hint with
to Mr. Lowry, one of the four persons *e refer
red to. as witnesses of his infamous conduct at
the (limn! 11011/4. last Spring. !hilt is twat true!
' The/arm we.have"telated were a common topic
of conversation in Erie before we left for Wash
ington, and some weeks before either the Editor
of the “Constirstios" or Mr. Lowry returned
from Philadelphia. Yu concluition, this railroad
pimp asserts that he does not drink—that he was
never intoxicated in his life—that he has never
"tasted any kind of alcoholic liquor" except "un
der the advice and direction, either general or
special, of competent medical authority." We
presume it must be under this "general" advice
that he is in , the habit of carrying a pocket flask
of the "critter" , :--sthat One, f* instance, he took
with him on , his recent "long and arduous jour
ney,"sor perhaps the one- he so , hultingly dis
played upon another excursion, not long since.
But seriously, what nonsense for this fellow to
put forth such claims to tempevence, when his
very breath proclaims the (Mahood; and his face_
WI nerves hear witneits to the lie! .
Ali' It is's_ very common subterfuge fur crim-
Seals when attempting to escape from the officers
of justice, to set up the cry of "stop thief."—
The light-fingered gentry frequently manage to
escape from their pursuers in this way. Perhaps
this fact will account foe the many hard things
said of us this week by the Railroad's "Onstilit
tium," and, which, let . us, add, we have nadeeto
ed of enough impurtance to notice otherwise than
Mil , The Louisville Pebioeratsays it has seen
a peach which o►eaaares one foot and one inch
aronod. The peach is a whopper, and sn is the
stint; though, if true, we think we could have
got through with it at. one meal.
-A ONTAllnan %%Tn.—The Plandelphie
rarer, a lend* . whig paper, draws the following
very plain iliferenees- from the result of the late
"Penasllrauhi must, for setae time to come,
be regarded as thoroughly Democratic- Her
Governor is a Democrat, all the Canal Commis
sioners ate Democrats, and a Democratic Leg's %
lame- has just been elected. This we regard as
unfortunate. The prospect of,a sale of the pub.
lie works is by no means favorable. The people
at large have not thought it .worth while to !w
-oad the movement, and the party in power will,
it is apprehended, directly or indirectly resist
any bill authorising such sale, should one be sub
mitted, 116 is likely, during the next meeting of
Who said the whig party want d? and
that the Democracy would be rendered powerless
by. divisions in ft year?
ow. Hon. Andrew Jebssos, who has been
elected Governor of TesuWeare, court weed 111 e
is the alushorwe o eke toasty, N. C., where
reftlike4 viar tat ir Wm .' be was
appeetieed to a moor is
Tex Cat - ii.—Wben we putdished. hot week tit; arc.unt,
front a Chicago paper,of tits eitaßettging of en Edirne there
by the Coinsettadar of the C. S. Steamer Michigan. 'we
were. not &dried of the nature of the offeere oOr brother
of the quill had comilittod ',lnn the "konor" nnl "dig.
nit," anent dlleo.r We now learn that the challenge wal
.given in cousequesto of woe never* remark: Whitt' ap
peared in the Chicago Tri&ane to regird to the alleged
fact that Captain Bigelow had' conveyed Bilbao Hughes
and as Pope's eustsdo, M. Bedlitti, around the Lake* in
the felted States libletro Mittisigsa, atone thee
Tar "Kama Jovasum."--411wissomg the few of the ou
meson., tribe of litenty waddles teat we roving:wad to
our ftend i
.., . the "Hew Jewratal." Perhaps net appreci
ationf the roateats, sad besot par rreotnntendation,arixeF
from the fart that it mode& us ho lfridays, jest at the m..
most out ova week's labors art ever, and whew we want
oosethiog of the kind te• Saha "Home" with tF lot an
loAt'l stealing. la the fame of the protpeeta• f,e‘
be4tiee the missioal protheetio . ae of the Editor.. we ,
are shyer). sate to Gad to tAelepi.• Ettet,,peo,,
11f r.:iwrr--rb Aldretiowis the most isteereeirg peblicati"o4
tile tiny— Ae;el 46ustel•—joiletuad 4turie.--:etjekekt;4o/ a.l
44eat us.lig,4*.wi emseeeklee—de sieve mut v amp 49 tA•
;4.1 220.127.116.11 . 8-•-•2. .royal cbreehe , of pahr 54.
iu9 ~ ea.: the srarleiorr ay.
40'0 • 1.•• kid;rl"--114:
. /Wehil.ais maid f.r.litulahl.! tA4
6. if 4.k41 oatnne• of team—toe pick ce . roryna i./1,. mat;un
- 64. rii, it.e ! or awl -palm .( Me lime,. —4,71 g. ill..
1 ale ncrui, forkty and await, Ord eke awnl, rat;eiv -
11sti ckeeltal' ge fro* she wirairma 6f.Ea9/i. , 4 firer
Ware, rrifiriun, poetry: et,. rt 5., match a Jolrrn%l e , tLv
one wants In a family heeiJee hie eoentt pi•er. 3lorrit
1 A irm S 2 011 per year.
Silence. sr Ltannetea,--The dwelling of Captain. u. W
Zimmerly, on 34 Meek, IFII4 sonnet by lightning daring the
-torn on Monday night - Tint laid pained dowtt the chim
ney, and after "cutting up fantastic
olf into the ground. Th e . and content; were much
'battered—hardly a light of . es, or o tech left .n it, hut
figtunately no person was serfourly injured. Altholli the
•TIOW wee cocain, down righti merrily, the thituder tea- the
moot terrific, and the lightning the meet % i-ii we tore
, oftit thig year. 4
11 4 Sit& Friend Brockway, 4 the liktiarki BentGcrat, who
retinal to pat up eitiper ticket, ocelpies neatly :1 .:otramo
under the condos, "Oar position Dedised.' might hsre
more tratbfally raid tiro whole tkihtg in two line, a. Col
' lows: “We well disappointed in our aspirations in not he
ing appointed Postmaster atk)swego." --.Vatp-ah
j The shore ig unjust and ta i ngonerots. W we're th , eon
. -nut ...nonunion of BetocurrSa . during ht ~o jouro NV ggh '
tnirton 11-4 Swiss, and we Itnow he wag not An applicant
tin -Pognnagter at O.wego. t * or fur any other po=t in the
vitt the Atinitoistratiodi . 'tiire the .let it hip due... .13'
tsr -oat , Torr.—The BittEalo coon.' td noticing the
rendition of a mullet et $4O the other day in Roches*,
against a wealthy man for the-seduction of a poor girl, int
& and &Ming, remarks : 4lfes, the defirodUnt is wealthy,
will pay the Pam of $4O and go forth again into emuniu-
Oily. perhaps, to repeat his trims: at any rate free to gain
the beet walks of soeiety, Ma be. waned in-iv -miles and
honored with its geminates. Bat the giri—the %lean , of
hut wealth, - luta, and hlandishmenta--nduit of h.. , --
fteueeforth *Le most walk in the path of lite as a leper—
apart. Nose wilt be Band to cherish that hiossom : al
though "young sudnO fair," all will shun her eompany.—
There b. for her but blighting and a meanie! In vain will
she ask to come back once more to the frieadi and compan
ions of her former day s of Matocenthe ; in vain with agony
that tads vent in bitter weeping, will =be .1140 ad to he re
, , tired bat once most`--ell hands are stretellwd'ont to thrmd
her hack into the &fp and terrible pit into which she has
Men fared--a deaf ear is turned to her entreaties. No
refuge is left her bat to dwell alone, to repress all the .‘yoz
pathies that will Aimee an strongly to be heard, to drive
Loth to their sullen despairing rest leery longing for lore,
every hope of a golden fotare, every siweere end earnest
desire for usefaluess--ar—she may mho the other dead
alternative, plunge. to the lowest depth , in eritne. degrada
tion and hamox itidterY, and with reeklrestiese that the
fallen angels could not sewpaes. drain the imp that was pus
to her lips by aindhae. to its very dregs! Not that we
would assert that ske committed no sin, that 'she deserves
no plinisitment: AIM did do wrong—Abe ought to reap a
proper reward as a warning to her ever biter. But we do
object Mid probes, against the different treatment of the se
deer and the rictus: If she 4041 be banished from so
ciety and the brand of tout dishonor fa.tened upon her
brow—a thawed times more, the man litho enmpa-sed
her ruin. We do denounce the paltry son awarded for
damage. at *duly Wert what litesam and l`n•tiee would
latilh• Oa epeeists for "Ogvi &miser the other day. ve
fogad I. M' mu beat "lead land personal obeetwatioas"
appropriated to its ihlitwial goismas without as much as
asking. ..by par 'mare, air." Of mime h, wt.- all right;
but that paper it very waariasa shoot it. awn attlele:. : -
beam, if Isansaller. we get bay and "warner run- of it.
=say good sbiaroa. it usateatt Me. I .
Mr.F. Swiewhebs, of the Sattirday n 0..„ i= n wo
man of Profiles} tette. Site owl 4..1w% er could under-
Asia how • woonan. in the eremite of feSatoll. roold :vend
bet tine rotting wilier) into little bite, and , ewing it togeth
er twat, when it looks to much better in tht; whole rloth :
or in Working renew ittlteh meet for wool eorere. when for
titty t they osisidipt aMt of carpet, that wottki look
better on a wheal, dtilliitho work of tis inonth4 in Kerlin
• Vs.. We think there are quite a number at uur friend.
~tike ..yard tilde who win readily ereterse the '....troth,"
if net the *poetry," of the fidlewing . -hit it inf
•Irhe aloud beside she rouritrr,
The do he'll weer helm
She themaht dtat wattle dearer
Than stay stied roes yet :
• Re watched her playeal lapor•
They Walks end aNeW toe.,
• The edge* looked gabs anesey
Aad nodded at the boar.
-Saws Be room* reliN ribber,
IhriA sad satin !elk, -
be paid. .1 Waal to purrha^ot
Than ore the gnadb s jerk
The chair. WS; ill obaiiiisna,
As bsvided "we is alsape,!*
• At irogik, yeah hexitatoh.
Ste. iiviaglt n yard of /ape
-- The Jaott;down ilessoerat, iimakiagabout the Erie
anti New Twit City itmilros4, *aye 11 illrieloo of ten mileek
aCtilie Rood one, plated untie" eentrset Ism week. to
Meeere. Chroabreseh, Brawn. t Co. This division extends
from Jentootems to it point tom !Wiles WO6L of Ashville.
The emitreetoei eontemmeed work yesterday. near Ashville.
They bate advertised for a tlevawand wen. and it is their
deities to rub the meek rapidly tide winks. They sae to
complete tbelrjob by the fast of Nov. liks4.
Got. gleam boa appoiatati the fanilk Thuratay of No
realm as a deg of Thaskagiving oad pettiv. Ot oonroo,
atary boa, will etionseweit progaration`new to be ozete.l
ingly thankful for all they're got. as all they rip. ..et to
The Boffeie &rite' r says the thief who rebtseit the
ogee eltheielliskieed Star Liu Audits that eity the Whet
4a.7, setae $ll6 ht meary earl a gustily of deka% hew
been thud . He tormi eat to he • orient Ma by the
mime of *Widow, employed as the State Um* 01 " as a
erstor-eanise. The "Woks were thud is Ids Leese jut
it they *eye sties from the elkee. .1 emery le the beet
paliar--ebris wm sea bunt le!
Urn wit anon or , wiry "dor
4 ',Win& ma m No. 9 bmines Wink.
kit skiai ought 1.. 1, Tl,
• t espisists of a want cf •
'la to meaner dinerthed
oeptale#ioaa, mad is prow
otiwalf a doses of these r
ad meeting he cos manly
• Meows to toted dc•l
people, itocaliarly to, end:
djl act Omura way H.
!rural plik of
lams to t4rtt.
sing *bows bin own
of Nvarentioass •.;
ry if not too .41
dom. At die
groat friend of
of it net ssldom,
lawn on eret7 ts.
our readers hare
mo•t usefailubh i
town eon furnirh
that taw: vere ac
bmit 4 ionwitt and:tepid.
• Chi! time recognized the
rharseter to which we !der
or smeller 'premier,.
" perhaps the iiaost popular
retry, can be found et N,
tuber number is fell of realo g,
d picture', but the more ‘,A,
• ine literature. if you bir
MY` ••tirith .;
its kind in the
Block. The Sor
nmt were fiction
the range of • • I.
'Soy otitUer nue*
javt nup in sa4 bay It
ing.. in addition]
“Ennir — eontinn:
it V. 3 Indy en.;
out it. I ran .6
bet number of "flour's lul)'
enrlllsho.l With uremia
tot ruldoa plate, 4.11 , 1 It I
parable and inxtroeti% e
. to maintain ita well mer;tr• ,
Bent mikado°, and may
d noattdenee. Co tinnily
foutwiat No. V, Brown', E 6 r,
BnEslo µopen. in 1/•.tir,112
- one of th
the (tOesa Ctt
that, -a-. the
will he 'wily
h33'ni any ha
iu our harbor lan 'reek
r not orer th,crt
' " This sek n onte , letarrt,
to be totpq !be
or, or water
Ill! Sewinet rare lb. -• 4.4 tt
rnMg laze, was bigot n.. h
the extent of the fan.
:43 Tuetday .
of Saturday •
Eapti!t Ch •
but rat been
The 1o1! w ill
money for i
from the Cower that 4nrmi
t last, the two ride wall*
h , in Dunkirk, were 1 - 40e.0 drori
meted, and one end rrmaine•lta
all heardy on the 5r.....ny.
ad, and ha - - tr . a? , l-.1
lauildiag thus far
t OreAlllrliOd U allUTi6l. .ao a ,
bat lAcw u 3, wilat a fur.
gat - %Ira
right to be
The h*ppy, or unhappy. t 0411221
as • lir. Lippincott; heretite
isel by his aegasiniszo e
make over i
j e at he nee
nurrie , l 4;C
!pees often tell us of a -Ea.a.
lan not half a• *stable 1 ,, tt ,
(I,..titerioe'• 14 a "trendy m.•t
haaslit De?agx-rat rays that th•
behttought oat for the
aate. I Ha will be a Wong eathi ,
make k capital pre -iding offieee
itar 01' the bearrille dcrali ta:
of taetwksai Maar. U twk:
like seamier, we bare aolr t
ed with a
*env Wlt itt
% A 'Ma
X.---WO /V compelled to its'ott:.
ought to damn to eterhsl i infamy
ursday mottling the .•01,1111,,A
tte.t on I
• eminence commanding the m.
fire and heti. This wa th,
at this. point, and its ciegrm.t.
war of 181
nestion "Who 13 Frra ta.
COiketOT 8r0n50n.—C0.....4 Rep
the Collector his found it ,
warps damp weather will.o, cite 1.
'.4iTigs, as ettreraoly '•hart rad c
anal au; cr
d not be; Rrie is old enough scititi,
re of plank nth s pnbli tbn 4 Z!'
fogyism" role% mind must sh.uni
bat pat t
A a dose of medicine like a bratl!
mash edam of medicine ' Ir.
ye of head papers, it rra• ienn ,
ifferen wag wide; but the last '
et idea t 4 light. According t , . ?hl.
ified in the teachings and pracutY .:.
diediet es taken under the
4 ,1t.e. - 01
t 'meth 1 autharity,"while* branal -
er the Tgenerel" direction of the cam-
Id is'ilt it ? •
commenst RejnWttr !furor that an a 4
found dead on Tuesday on the Lank , .
tt's I'Mtury, in Kingsville. He Ind 1.--
ices peerlessly, on account ‘,(' th... , t ,
n inquest was held Tuesday Afterr.
we hare not k*rasul.
a ,to;‘ , of
" ri au pe t•
blbed . un
n ft ear ico
of whi,•h .
'entienials speaking of (;bseinnest. .•
name would be the Hamburg i.f
other. "1 - dank it will be Ow ..
July last, a young num it l lb, ~,_
o wes ertesteel fur pliting ohm rn• •( , 7 '
road, for the Issepote of throw 4.z I: - '
in from the twit- He tf , sn , ! , , I ,
"ter euenty, and boa been . - en , li • ,
intent, Rerred hint tight. -
poems t i k
Wem le .
: oday Welt is "Ballow- •
I rs) sad done-bens. togeth , r itn ilno
Wet., hofe to 111dret at the
Ina bare their Nu; t
of eitttto potato, 1 - 0 . ,t..
; • r newly : 'tarried brother ,i'
Pew. layr ta . llll fret letter t.. st.-•
%Asas is se humbug. in e.,u;
over, diem will be outbina I k
Telt. Angle ble.redneet
hare is swan oat woo who ,
E his pllrpOSe that he rn•
net be brother to the wan In .11
nee. , that he cannot . ee r hit tot-
n Editor n[oar Sectsistsece is • ''
million of ileeiMieititit, patent Itaster !,,
. sneer at it Sawa tbey_tun buns"'. l
altais, awl hatters ran manaMetm.. ::
stare that ea. hits eel the man. l -
mire of the &banter ntbliiin , t he" '
1 tin , hear at labor. The rrop ..5 n..!..'
7 ...ve Se error. ,
1• . 11l are the order of the day. or WI:, -
ow. The mad Shamrock lloi,, • ....
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y evenamr,; obit. the (kW Folio, ,r
a .little donee to alight, boyk" w . ,.-
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wal‘tll6"'Tored Dies with hie brad u n to t 6 .:.
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by hilt, sad a %hover, •
in 11 " 414 11 gook aa "Witetuutge - ate j'th." .
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