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JO. vS. MANN, ' •
ATTORNEY . COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
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Esq. - _ " . DAN BAKER, "--,
I f Claim Agent Conderport Pa.
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'TUE I lIWSO lEik MA N.
Ar c nimoile Ito blame for What.they ma
not help t This: is a question I should
be rentarkabli hippy to hivq_solved to
my °WO, and Ito the satisfaction of others. l
Once I bad no dOubt on the subject ;Int I
now, jOdginifroto what - has happened to
me in 'the -peat few days, I must confess
my opinion is; somewhat Shaken.
It was entirely to'tny intention
to create a sensation, or enact a deception
when-I packcid nrysarpet bag, last week,
and &tinned my hest suit preparatory to
seteing, forth bn a visit to my aunt Nubby
Attilt Nabby resides in the nottheast
ern corner of! Maine, to a town which
will denominate Pineville.
I hope the; reader will excuse me for
alluding to my pers,onal appearance. -I
have a milit a ry air, and perhaps my dress
may be'a little more niartial than exactly.
befits a non-combatant: " But the ladies
assure Ime that , blue its becoming to my
complexion, and who will gainsay the 1
I have been strongly advised to enlist,
but li.am totallyl,;unfit . for, service. The,
smell 'of gunpowder makes 'me faint, and
I never fingered ,n gun but, once in my
life, and I was confined to my bed for a
fortnight afterward., Not exactly from
the effects of the' fright, but because the
cinfonode.d Ore-arm resented my awkward
h ndling, and kieked me so severely that
my right eye was In mourning for months,
and my nose Was; knockdd out of the per-!
pendieularlis to the shintindicular. i
I arrived nig ht,
Pineville rather late on
one Friday e l i g tie, and it was ten milea
further, on to my ' Aunt Nabby's rustic
cettage--=towns have some extent of ter
ritoryln Maine-i-I put up at the )
, :on Wash,-
ington House aton e horse, affair in thh
straggling village of Pine.ville.
I registered my name—p. Sheridan
on thehotel book.' My thristian name
is Phllomethens,'but owing to the oddity
of the title [and, the ominous length ) I
rarely write t to full.
I got sonic supper, and' retired imme
diately to I my ! room. I had just fallen
asleep and was dreaming serenely of kiss
ieg Mattie!Baker, my sweetheart for..the
time,: :when I Was aroused by a great
commotion n the street beneath my
windio* - :- - ' ' -
Cries of "We must see him!" "Trot
him out I" "Three cheers for the gal
lant Phil l''re nt the air.
I co,nclud a some g,rkat character bad
arrivhd i in owe , and in my anaiety to
behold the,iuriosity with the rest, I for
got my yells* flannel &gilt cap, and my
sparse wild; and springing out of bedi I
threw up the window and leaned out.
Just as I had'got my eyes fixed on the
swaying crowd bolo*, there was a rap at ,
my door. - -
'Come in , T." Cried I, fearing to answer
personally to thesummons ' lest I should
miss 'my chahoe of seeing the celebrity.
The landlerd and landlady came in,
but the ladylretreated instantly, and re
mained giggling outside the door.
, "My dear sir,7 said the landlord, "be
mosti go down. They won't go oft till
they see ve." L
;'-They ? who 'are they ?" •
e pe ople, around here," said he,
_often such an extinguished
character comes hero, and 'tain't no use
'to try to putl'em off." 1
"Liam obllgedito them:=Lnittch obliged
- falthem," said 1., '-but reallY—" ,
'"ltaiit no use," said he, doggedly,
i w • dogge dly,
yon must ) go, d o w n or tbe
Howie will go :down. They're sure to
I 1 10113, well," said I- - ."ln that case I
will- ,go doWn, sarely"=-and began to
drese. In my hurry I knocked over the
candle; and Was obliged to complete my
ad o rnmento in the dark: I gor ieto.my
pae.taloons With the hind part in front,
- It, there'_ was no time to remedy the
er o r, as the vociferous calls of the lark&
lo d for me to hurry, assured me.
flew down the stairs-two at a time—.
S; pppd on' y enspenders, went half way
do n; and as- precipitate& tn" t h e. next
fie*when was brought up in the atom
of tilump chaelbermaid, who was evi
de tfy waiting on purpose to catch me.
gore I could - reiisti she had planted
a mindingamebic an my blonde mons
ta he and cried : delightfully to her coin
pa'niens; "There I I've kissed him first I",
I nientallY rejoined that Mattis Baker
was not-preSent, and resolved she should
, pot know anything •about it. Nettie is
'red" haired, itud 'folks pretend to say that
she* a teMper. • I
I I freed sif froth'; my saluting - ft)
y e ‘
pialesi and.ad vanced to * the door. 1
I •My app' ranee was greeted by yells
and shouts, and cheers perfectly 'deafuingi
Mea ? ' wome and children tmthe num ber
of several : ewes, , were congregated hi
front;of the hotil,:kiving their hats., and
handiterohi fs,4mllhurrahing. . -
"There tie comeli; . that's him; three
Liana three ' for entignering Sheridan !"
".I am obliged ;to you, ladies and OM
tlernen—grl3atly obliged to you ) " aidi
modestly ; making til beat bow.
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J--,.06b.01.e.',16 11)6:ti"-040ii?..i.ei,:of*.,1 . 17tio.. •41:1io ell eo.;. i ; - 411 . •i b . ° '. issi;illiiißtiOiy-..-ilhf.3)loklgigiil,itokitottk,o.-...
"lie dimes!" cried the Cravfd;sttaYlag
frantieldi9 alinntnnol ottineting their hand
kerchiefs, more tastily. And I, not Wish-
log to be behindhand in the enthusiasm,
phltedoxit my handkerchief and, swung,
it, trying ait the top Of my lungsi
"Yes, he comea,fhe comes 1 Hurrah I"
"What a martial air' I" exclaimed an
ancient feinale, surveying me through her
glasses, "he resembles the Duke of Vet
" I L wonder if he's married ?" said a
rory' -checked girl in a cloud ,of yellow
curia and pink rtbbonss
"No, my darling," said I, "but I want
t 3 be."
- 'tSuth.a costume I" said: the ancient
female. ,"Army blue, and such an orig.
, lual cut to the--the—coverings of the
tower extremities." , •
"Lords: massy !" exclaimed an old lady
in a poke bonnet, fixing her eye -on my
suspenders Which bong in frodt, "dn you
see - his shoulder straps. I've heerd our
David tell a sight rabout-them things."
"Yes, bat they look an amazing lot
like Jerry's gallersers !" whispered anoth
er old lady, to wiiiont the remark IYIM ad
'Sir,";-said a sallow faced gentleman;
advancing to my side, "I wish to mention
to you something which I have heard
said of you. I deem it ray duty as pas
tor-of the Pineville meeting house, to
rebuke sin always. I have heard it re-
marked that yoware profane among the
"I do not eomprehend you," said I.
"Ah, then I will be clearer. I have
heard that you are addicted to the habit
of using profane language, and I beg
leave to present to you this tract on-the
Sin of Profanity, hoping you will peruse
it, end profit by it." •P
"Thank - you," said I, 4 ,eyou mean well,
doubtless, but I must say I don't exactly
see the point." •
"What is giant opinion of Sherman ?"
asked , a brnsone little dandy, swinging
his rattan; and removing his cigar from
his mouth iolig enough to ask the
"Stierman's a trump I" said I with
"Ah me,;' said: my trait - distributing
friend, "he plays :Ards as well as swears"
"Whatdo you think of the negro race?"
B alta.:l dark ccimpleilonedroan. •
"I think they smell stronger than the
deuce," cried I, beginning to lose my
"Illercifni,heaven 1" exclaimed the
sallow'faced than, "he is pro slavery r
"Sir,"said the landlord—who had been
in earnest conversation with a half doten
ladies for the last five ininutes—"these
ere *omen folks won't be satisfied with
out a kissio ye I They want to have it
said they have kissed'Sherrydan."
blushed up to , the' roots of my hair.
"Law, how modest he is, " said one of
mY, feminine friends. " He's as red as
our turkey gobbler."
The prospect of being kissed by se
of those pretty girls was decidedly agree
able—l felt delicious over it—but those
1 vinegar visagPd old women. I shrunk
from the ordeal. But I 'AM naturally a
gallant man, and reflecting that I could
wash my face' abundantly-4 consented.
"Come one, come all!" said t.
They obeyed. They - flung their plump
arms around my neck, and , surrounded
me on every hand: I felt like a pickled
sardine ; I smelt musk, onions, patehonly,
snuff, jockey idol) / bard cider, cologne,
doughnuts, bolted mtitton, cinnamon,
mustard Seed, cardamonds, buns and
every other odor under the sun.
Kissing is a grand inVention, but there
is some choice_ in it; I think. .
At last they ,had all kissed me but one,
and she was standing.apart baking' prep
arations. t noticed her With a mighty
trembling. She - was ugly as an ogre, and
the look of dogged &ten:dilation - on per
wizened face convinced niti that I need
hope nothing from her mercy.
"I never could tasieznyihing with my
teeth in i" she exclaimed in an under
tone, and instantly out came a full Pei of
teeth, and she rushed toWards Me '
grew giddy with the prospect, .and turn
ing I led before her; like the billow be
fore a hurricane. • -
.1 had'no thought for the figure t cot
only. object . Was to get out of reach.
Through theentry=down a flight,of
,back stairs,, knocking over the hostler
and the cook, who werdziggling together
on the steps=through- the lard, where
left the greatest part Of my ,Coat tad in
the possession of a .covetous
over a fenise into the open country.. nd
all the time I could hear the 'steps of y
pursher cloaa behind - me. ;
lou may run," She "kit I
will 'catch .ye. It shan't be said all the
wiminen in Pineville kissed Gen: Sheri
dan rit me. I'll do it or die" •-
Goodgracious! So .1 had bean taken
for Oen., Sheridan. No.wonder the peo
plOOnecl out en masse to welcome ;mti.
And still I hurried On. The snow was
deep... 4 was very nearly illawn, and I
-nut deeper ad deeper at every s tep.
I noDATii,'AirOw :2a, 18_
My female Mend gatnad on me, and just
as I fell headlong iito;a conceided =W
hole she - grasped me )ky!, the' collar,Mid
befoie could clear myself she , hadcum
the deed. _ - •
She bad kissed me. the landlord had
followed ' ; just behind land I offered hini
ten 'dollars to'take me to my aunt Nabby's
that night, . 1
HO accepted the bribe and just before
day.break I sank at the feet of my res
I lay in` bed a week afterwards—too
mach ethansted to stir; tint I saw a copy
of the Pineville:Eagle, and in it the fol
fiGnoss Isffosrri" otc— r Some low lAven
*retch passing himself off as Gen. W.
Sheridan, arrived in our 'Village, and..pui
up at the Washington lions°, on Friday
evening.: There was• quite a demonstra
tion among otif thiiena before the impo
sition. was discovered. The bogus fieneral
has gone to parts unknoWn. It is sup-
posed that be Was some drunken lunette,
from his conduct." I 1
:I make no comments; tut infize my
tgetiroli3diti"Meets a Re-
'A better burlesque we do not remens•
ber to have Seed than the following. Its
chief value however, is that is "toe troo:"
SAINT'S Rws.r..(which in the Stait
uv Noo Gersey,) July 12,1865.
I hay bin in Washingtoe, and while
they was interdoost to .Gineral Marlon
Smpter, Fitzhoo Gusher, uv Mississippy.
I was anxious 2 meet with a-Represdnt
ative Dimekrat -uv. thel_South, 2 inter
change views, 2 her soothin confidoncis
2 nnbnztam, beccz :for the past 4 years
the Ditnekratik party hez bin trooly neck
shunal, and the seckshin it hez okepied
is not, the identikle seeksbin unto which
the offices is lokated, and only by a per
fe.ck union with our wunit-loved brethren
uv the South ; kin we'ever git intoo two
ly, Nasbunal ground.
Gineral Gusher is stifle gentleman uv
the raal Suthern-skool. lie put C. S. A.
'artir his name i Unto the hotel register,
and his Hits, bnzium pin, and the bead
uv his ohne, is all-m . ade ttv the: bones itv
miserable Yankee soldiers who fell at
Bull Ittin—T-he sez by his own hand, and
it must be so, for who over kbodea with:
ern man to boast vain-gloriously ? We
met and embraced, weepin perfoosely.
"Alars !" sobbed the' Ginerali "*at 'a
nitemard bee obskoord. °di respective
vishntia tot the past 4 ycers: twut aline
a Union man, alluz I alluz I alluz I The
old flag I loved with more nor parental
affeeshim-.—to Me it *tit mote nor life, I"
"Why then,my Ajacke," sobbed Ludid
you raise your parrisidlelhand again it?"
"Why 7my beloved: because my gait
secesht, and I *az carried along by a tor
rent dv public opinion which I cowl not
stem, and I went with hur. tut its all
over. We buy n*ok, and I here, in
the dapltat tit - my beloved eountry, under
the shadder - uv that gloriotts flag which
is the pride iIV A.merioans and the terror
uv all weak maims whiCh het territories
contiguous, ready to take the oath and
yesoom the citizenship I laid orf, and
agin run the gavment fdr its otru honor
"He* rae sez
thinks avast a paper recht my htimble
village, which is unanimously Dutton
kratic-(it cum around a packag e of
pods from Noo York)-4nd th at pa.
per I-saw Our name ea one dr the or
fishers Who killed the niggers at Port
Pillow. lAm I rite 7 h . -
"You air. I,nt a Ostia child tiv
chur-4.'m etitbotisiaatick. Lahr's' ander
ihe same deloosidni that secesht us, I be
leeved at that time I vrtiz &in a good
thing in Isillitt thens - propertfiiv ours that
Linkin bed shovd bloo kotes onto. i have
no apologies to offer-z-I'm now W r i tten
and I speak for thousands nv -the'
shivelroua sand of the South irbo would
like a goad square meal vrunst more, am
willing: to, be conciliated. The oppor
toonity is now offered the government to
Consiliate us.' We are rettrnin prodygle
sonerz! . .kill your fattid Teel and bring ote,
iettr gold rings,and purple robes and doff.
We :ask condish'-tis—we shel insist on
ierniei but we air dieposed to be reasonw
bier Vire are willing to acknowledge the
soopremaey nv the government;bnt there
mast be no hamiliashen. prond, high
spiroed Teeple like us , tins, won't 'Mond
str,:we cannot. - Tint be'no
eortfiscashdoi tto,disfriindhisin. We arc
willia to step, back 'jest et atept
out, resoomin ode old States; trustin the
engineerin td git sigh tither pints et air
not here emit:aerated. • NVitliodt them
good's* hrts Abe union *odd, not bd*du uv
hatt-4,:Wood_ be holler 'mockery Wat
we are goin for.ls-a union founded on Int
wich is strongerand solider'than muskits.
'Haiti truMps—leC the - platform be
harts and all
tato Gianni " lea I s ilia alLitit-wat
do yoo perporre 'for us Northern . PIMO•
orate n 1_
'.- "ToWardithent _Cris howilk tirefe with
lay. Wi,targive yoo. 1W yoo - kin talte
the old attitood,welt and good ;; —* - noter-•"
' "Bold "siiii "iltin't threat. A ginoo
ine Northern Dimekrat wants but little
here below, but wants that, little long.
eipoirini aerial Post . ottria'and a trigger
driverld look up to.and he is tioopremely
,Ef a angelic, glory 'liilZ two . offer
2 trade , places with him, harp, . golden .
ordvrn Pad all, be wood ask odder". !.
"Ifti &arid kbern positions you isid.hev
-*a don 7 l want ena. , , All we:Salt' is to
inakp the platfdirirs, and hey sich °aria I
es' homey, bightoned men kin afford_to
take, in yen uns kin hey , the rest.
"But wun thing must be dndetatocid. I
The see err uv the Charleston Convenshun I
must. De l ver be re-enamed—their must be
no touglisais. - 'Under the ne* drspensa- -
shen yoo dance - w henever we fiddle, askin
noquaadoirs.dthern harts wrist never
agin be fired—," , it wood eonsoon/ itself.
"Ez soon ez I hey took the oath, I abol
imrnegitly go hum and run for Congris
—see to; it that ye het enuft Dimikrats
ther that we; jintly, kin control things.
Mr coarse, in a union of luv, tbere must
,equality. Linkin's War debt must
never be pade Otlit3BB °urn is—this hire- -
lins 'must never be-pensioned onless our
patriots is. ;Wet a deliteful specktacle I
Men iho, yesterday, was 'e gortg,in each
other onto the held uv battle, 'to-day is
&Irwin penshuns amikably from the same
treasury._ The eagle wood flop his wings
with joy;and angels wood exclaim 'Bully!'
I am disabled from Wounds received on
the feeld, and *rejoice that our pension
lawa is so libral. -'
' "Go - home - , my frend; and marshal for
the conflict.. Tell your central committis
tp collect and expend Manny, and I and
Ginril ,Forist, and Kernel hloseby, and
Chimp Ferguson,' and Dick Turner, and
toregard, and' perhaps that noble 'cito
(takti.oif yoor hat while I pronormed his
gelloricus name) •Gincral Robert E. Lee,
will cum up and stump. the , North fur
-oor tichits. I tiev dun. • I go." . .
"Nohle.•diair,""thort Lei he %valid ma.
jestically away', takut; in a abstracted
minder, my new hat an drnbrellet; leavin
his old Viliinj i "who °pedant feller thee
and skit ar - Wei forever-and . foretet '
Psiltoixtrirt V. Nestle;
Late Pastor uf ilia Chnith nv the
• Noo Dispenseshop.
Signs- and Tokens.
The following is froM Puck, a hew
funny.: paper: in California .
A long article having the above head
ing is going the rounds of the press, gild
has been fcii some time: Puck, thinking
the old ones are played ottt, has num
factared some new ones; he being a su
pernatural being, is, ot
of course; fully co ,
petent to do so: 1,
The Grithrott.—To titiedoin the grid
iron front the hail where it is hanging,
with the left hand, is a sign that there
*ill be abr in the kitchen.
The a mirror is blokee, it
Is a sign that a good looking lass Will be
missed id that house.
A Funeral.--z-To Meet a funeral pro-
cession, is a sign of a death. I-
Pocket Book.—To loose a pocket book
containing greenbaeks is unlucky
Nails.—lf a woman cuts her nails. ev
erytlmiday,it is lucky-u•fof her husband.
Roosters.—lf you hear g• rooster crow
*hen you are in bed, and the clock strikes
A few times at the same instant, it is a
Sign of mo(u)rning:
An Itching Bar.—if yeti have an itch•
ing- ear; tiekle your nose and you will
have on itching there, and ill luck will
Salt. =To spill salt aecidentally We a
stew while it is on the fire, is a proof that
the family - will meet with its alterations.
(salter ,rations.)" _ -
A Cat.-When a cat prepares to *ash
its face, it is a sign that one in the family
will shortly receive a licking.
Wartill—=To have sisteen *arts oil the
left hand, is unlucky; to have the same
number,on the, right hand is a sign that
you are unfortunate.
Spirits.---4f a toadied titan, *hill his
wife is in th i t room, takes up a bottle of
spirits With is right band, it is a sign
that she will shortly be but of spirits,and
that her-husband is going into Eyler.
Stock Itaising.--Ifg one eyed bull dog
flips at a stock raiser's*,, it denotes that
a Misfortune happen to his, calves.
Erid>tl.- If you get lon horseback on
'Monday befits theomi is up, it is assign
that you will have a hand in a bridal.
litickY.- 1- dro stroke 'a green eyed'cat
vilth la arbiter spot on her nose is luokY,
and' heavy purrs Will ba the nonsequonee.
Marririge.-Alf you are in a house and
hear ,baby cryi it is'it4igti of marriage
Or ifitlnft it .ought tojbe.
Red Rair — lf tad , ' haired lain falls
in love with girl. - whti dislikes hair , of
thafeelor; he will veryilikely dye before
he, Isanarried: -
The abovC signs and' portents may be
strictly reliefinpoo;ibey Wye nein.l7ool3
ktAnt. to fail.
the now Yroirisional -Goverboijoflams I
indicates 6y ;its firm, deeidtal, inantyj
tone that faithful to the tittirpipral
divitiei - whiall - Were exemplified hial
unowervering:oppositten to ,t 0 whole,l
secession captentqat. If ha- pribing I
maintains the policy ; ho now clearly itid I
unequivocally enunciates, theta is little'
danger that slavery Under any ATM of!
guise,, can be perpetuated ;in Tesasi
that the freedmen will be deprived of soy!
right-olprivileges which the nation - Lai
endeavored to secure to theta. ',No fiat.il
' !lent man could expect
ediphatii i end pertinent diclarations
the issues growing out of de clarations-nits
thatthose which Gov. Hamilton frank!'
ly titters In the epreme sauthweiti!
ern frontier of the old- dominiens of
slaviry,where its champion quite recent '
ly -supposed' that institution had acquired;
a new and internal - 6'2We lease of life frog
the rich virgin 50i1...
Tile 'whole Indian population l iv t ti t
the limits or the teritory of the Unitecl
States is , estimated at about 320,000 tti
350,0004 14,0041 0r.15,000 of whom anti
located east of the Mississippi River,' ii
„Wiseonsin, -Michigan, Mississippi i k n4
New York. ' jA new Indian war ha
broke ont alopg , the line of the telegrapit
between San Francisco and the easter*
seaboard; and as the Indians declare
will make a' death struggle against ' aa4
vaneing civilization, it is probable thons:c
anas of will be destroyed i by' tb
contest they are so madly provoking, au4
,are about to. have the last great
Indian war. : The Secretary of the Inte
riot has 'instructed the Indian agents,that
in all cases of difference of opinion wititl
the military authorities about the policy
to be pursued to hostile or dattocroUti
tribes, they are to defer to the juegment.
of the latter; and our soldiersimake &are
ful havoe among the red marauders whett
they fairly commence a desperate conflie)l
with them. - I,
is The . True Malt il'
Heabove a,anein thing. 'He dadnti't
stoop to mead fraud. He invade's no ad:.
crets in the keeping of another. He bts
trays no Secrets confided to his keepincot
He never strata:in bdrrowed plumage:4
He "beat takes selfish advantagei of otif
Mistakes. He - uses no, ignoble weapotili
in controversy. He never stabs in th 4
dark. He is est:tamed of inuendoes. Hit
is not one thing to a man's face and air
'other behind his back. If by accident hil
comes inposeprion of his neighbors court - ,
eels, be passes upon them ao act of instan4
oblivion. He bears sealed packages with'ir
lout tampering with the wax. Papers not
meant for his eye Whether they ftuttei
at the window or fie open befote him 'ia
unguarded esposnrejare sacred to him...i,
Ele encroabhes on - no .privacy of - others,
howei,er the sentry sleeps. Bolts and
bars, locks and keys, hedges add picketii
bonds and securities ,. notices t o trespass= .
emu° none Of them for him; He may be .
trusted by himself out of sight 7 --near th 4
tinnest partittiotanyyvhere. ; He bay#,
no office, he sells none, he intrigues f 4
norm. Ile wettld rather fail of his righti.
than win by dishonor.. He will eat honi
est . bread. He insults no man. Het
tramples ori ho sensitive feeling. If ht',
bave a rebuke for another; he is straighi r
forward, open, manly: In whatever • h. .
judges honorable. he pradticies toward'
ever Watt. ' 1 1
Clearly, the question, Wain kind of,
eiucatiOn shall be the 'condition of suf4
fraoe, la the' vital question of the day t .
Ea7-Gov. Emery Wa.shburn did not
at the eduimeneement dinner, 41Educatoi
the white men and the black men of ttiti
South, end all will be well." He is tad,
iienstble a man to threw off so glittering
a generality." He specified the kind of
education. Educate the. , men of the
south, *bite and black, into sound aa.l
tionaiitd and into sound common sense;'
and all will be well. Davis and Lee an'l
Stevens artLitighly . edudated. in a ceitaitil
. bat not into a sound "nationality: 4 i
They adknowledge no nation. The nation
in the words - of Wigfall, is but d'the one I
horse potter is 'Washington." The eui
preme power is t he Sa e. tee s e ucai,
tion says, Go with - Virginia if V'irgiairi.
goes for , the nation, then go for the nationj
if Virginia goes against the nation, theui
go against the' natioe: South - of Masoul
and Dixon's line, this is the prevalent'
style of 'education. i.
Esidently, the danditio n of suffrage at
the South, for the present generationi
must, not be education. It is, distineCi
ively the thing the nation has to fear. •
new style of education must become dom4
inant in , that region, before it dan
to base thdrectri the fabric of nationality)
For the inireediate Issues, the first, sad
mad and third condition is loyalty=ltly:
alty to the nation as superior to the Stated
loyaltp to the whole as greater than A'
part--4optity - to Abe , geverntn*4
which rules by the authority of.
People"—all the people, except such its
by treason, or other forma of erituo s (pp
Mt the right ottiovezeigutp;
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