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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1868

fi ■*</- rJlAPH. : J ;tf-, <% . f-.W Associated Pr "4S ches. San jggip* day 22.—Yester-> a heavy wjas felt^the motion waa )gt. The damage is con ^ lower part of the ciiy onfgntfiery street, among the DClUWr o old buildings on made gronod. The ■" ' "■*— jconaidered unsafe. The house, 'which was badly rby the earthquake of 1865, :rapjpyed to the internal jfflirigf Business in the iwer pait of the city suspended. The streets are thronged and there is great sitement: the Parapet Hall and the 2 ieys.. of^ many builttinga fell QmeTos8 of lite; the damage ■ 1,000,00. Tiie OaklafcUdatnag- |'.he earth opened smelling sul- at Sah ling one •y severe f build- Vt phuroasly. The Wth Landro was demolished, k person. Tbe shoes was -at San Jose, and a.ni^m ings.were damaged. ( •New Yobk, Oct. 22—tl}<* steamer Rising Scar, with $250,000 aiad Pana- ma dates of the 14th, has arifeed. Provisional Government established, m Ghiriqni. - Military expedition preparing in Panama. Agr^eat tidal wav...

Publication Title: Weekly Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1868

mm LEGRAPH. *• • ••/ V. - ior nd Proprietoi. Houston October 29, 1868. > • • National Democratic Nominations. FOE PRESIDENT: HORATIO tSEYMOUR, Of New York. FOE VICE PRESIDENT: S P. BLAIR, Jr. ;Hies9tiri. - - •• . ;V ;■•'••• FKENIDEKTIAL ELECTORS. For the State at targe. I V 30HN HANCOCK. ®.4H. EPPERSOW. M & ,'S. £/■$. < Altei J.H. CLEVELAND. | of Polk County. | Alternates. III). I-. GEttT. SMITH, , of Colorado County. x- #0* FIRST C0«OB?SfflO^I. DISTBlOT. i ^Wm^MuIman, Of BSuiUkm; 'V; £• Camp, of Up- 8ZC0SW COSORBSSIONAE DISTRICT. of Marlon;-J as. M. Punt, of THXRD'C^OMSSiOSAL WSISIOT. V' G. W. Jones, oi Bastrop; jJ. M. Anderson, of Mc- Lennan—alternate; •<*' ,; ;,, *0Tm«Ht0WBMSSI0HAL DISTRICT. pt Bexar; Charles Stewart, of Harris— to THE FBE8S AKD PEOP1E OF -l I ~r TEXAS. | , ' , i *-£: V vV « > v i- , We resume .our appeal to you by referring to the. opinion expressed in the1 former article, that the conserva- tive members in the Convention will • surprise; many by...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1868

'V**' "• "=• and Hnmtai City B. B. i3Hw?s|rv' To the Ed^rof'the Telegraph. Enclosed I send yon a clipping from tbe Kansas City Advertise^ of Opt ^^^ ^nie,with the article marked, !«f Levy, now a prorai- rcbant in Kansas City, weH in Hoastop, bat more lately asCb'ant of Waxahatcbie. In';anticipation of the speedy con- nection of Kansas City with the Gulf ' Mexico, at Houston and Galveston, "^ leffr Texas to establish him- ie focal point on the northern ic ^Railroad, where' the great barest- will concentrate its pro- a forshipment by rail to Honston id dral^estou for exportation North iS®toEurope. ; „ How' much in "earnest the Kansas ' cityipeople are to extend their road to * Wiee\t6u, ok Red River, to meet the Texas.Central Road, now progressing ^notthward/will De seen from this ' ^icle. Kaunas wants a sfaport of let own'son the. gulf, and tile Adver • fiserVpredic^Vthat when the road is Completed, .''Galveston will be to Kansas "City/"wliat ^w York is to Chic%o."' "^hat is'said of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1868

er 29.1868. J==^ # > HIGHXS GRAPH. betters-system of governments Slavery and; secesiQidn were the duly two great questions settled by the war," and there is..now a moral battle going qn,|.to be settled at the ballotbc*x, *Mc1h in, its conse'queuces, will either perpetuate Republican in- stigations or engulf them into a ruin from wjhich there will,be do escape. This struggle is,not confined alone to the Detnocratic party against the Rad- icals and Republican?, but many Honest, thinking Republicans are waging up to the dangers ■ which threaten the States from the Radic 1 lying of their party, and are laboring in the party ,to bring about a reform upon tbe subject...-'The influence of this class succeeded in ingrafting in, their platform the rights of Northern States to control suffrage for theiii selves, but. conceded to the Radicals .at the same time, the right to force1 I z . negro suffrage upon the . South Blinded by passion, they were.not able to see that they hate yielded an i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1868

•' • • mm^m ♦ Trig htatb OF T HANSON, Written for the Telegraph. Pencil Sketches of Western Texas* tches. ' .vv.- S fsSSjisfo ' «, . -" Oct. 23—2:15 p.-ar, earthquake shock jpt tlie people treeta in tbeir night Trinias gents "are iressing1 * m tfi e w outrages, ai are the' foil iWg; iST of Tutors ?. , , iere is thick and the three o'clock this i' exoitement had some- u^;hatthe people evince "to return to their houses, ftet. 23—Dispatches re- here give'the particulars of ^tragesin the Province of ****** nlatftations about La evastated. The instil- ing abd burning, and ■embodied men, white aentUary proclamations nig. negroes to murder itfeftmiection with these atfbg their locations n^ipes: Province of ^between tliecity pnd Mourd The Junta has ifig J he eiit, the ofuEjp.fi -orfeti arri^d/ fat bella is ex s' , . * v %. m. .23- from' West Vtrgr,, ©hib coUnt.v &t oeU e gain: the^eotibi tste£'$%tr'& .. .. k-PUevoteislpOtf T Ise-gain s sfceras HCI$/S. 'ftjeifeptrtk STtate. by a xedl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 29 October 1868

m TT?.fiRAPH. 1868. CAW PABTV T&iaparty is composed of such a ^mass as would finally ion by the impossi- Mlifey nf k«eniDff toaetlier elements so ^opposing party. n",M' '' * as Rad era- and Republi w f %£ t ofcthe public treasury and to 11 of thfe 'offices of the nation, have sense enough to recognize owi) ^ErbptiontVhut intrigue E) bide it froto the mass of the ^fcejjepthemselves in the theirvrppresen t a&jres injlie SbjiilTerti States, but the " gest number of them is in the f - V^y--V ■ <$-'4" -sv« *r--"•*£;*'V W'-W>*TC>i rite carpet-bagger thre'Korthern s^u'whocqmes to the S&atli' witb no to * remaiav % the^^e* He:f is tbe •/cafr^n wfei li|S ^scented what life-regaria as the $$$ LJfc w [|jNte> L ---Jtri sweat fcofr&elxiie «? """''^~;the^o.Btir t, •*®ecalaijbt>, in #8 W?ponV; The fcci^; of rogr.ess o le white. I I | te black -man, do not fora nt oceapy bis thooght^, except' "wKtSkM^ with iff provide lor Ae present, that Ije as '^iofijspossible fill ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 December 1868

■ r fj : "4 ,7 ill**?! 1 ciiH Uidaii ; :\t, ts XXXIV.—NO HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3,-1868. ESTABLISHED 1834. k:Zg BY TELEGRAPH.' . :m| y)t;. ' ;ai '■:' .v...; • < ,{! ■ • , I'fj —ui">. •-■ -'■-v-.rv s ^ . 'si-jii ' ' *-'5 u> ' iai>- Is " ■ liixi^l Pros* Du;>itoLei. LoNDOV, Nov.'28 —$*h'e' Conferva* tiveshave made considerate gains; indignation-• is manifested by tbip owners at the raionr that the Alabama convention does not allow British claints based no the pr&tj courts ot America* to-be reopened. *' Rtrmors «f l lie ill health of Napo- Icon ha e disturbed public coftfideritee, though -officially denkd. A eon rf"ctl et ween tlif> Spanish inofi«. archi«t.s and tlir Republic-ins is feared. The Spaniards , have subjc il erl three'hopdred and l iueieen ion reals tqtbe na ional loan San Farisciso, Nov. 28 — Much complaint is made,regarding the man- ner which lire oveiiand mail is carried. ~ s^> * * . • J' Arizona ad v iqes o£ Indian drweda "lions- fa ,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 December 1868

gm —a WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. WBTCITES II* **XA* tOB Mil* •-. > i;. ; % — •• -) Tfo country in the world presents more flattering real prospect* to in* 4astry than thi* great State. Oar people hare lost much by the war, bat m«£rRegain il ail and have ft loo in a shape to make it produce mash mor<f?fiin in the diys of slavery. It is a sfcame^upon any man to sit down, pine Brer the past, and4 refuse to help himself. Theyonog'mau who lo&fs: abou^ our villages, towns aad cities, wattiagfor some soft place to preaeu t itself, had better doff his fine clothes, sgo to the-country and dig gokl.«out of the ground in the shape of cotton, grain, &.c. We haveJearued ' of jv. number ,of young men, who have'-ifbrmed themselves into set?, rented farms arid are'now preparing 4'or the next year's crop. This is a inoVe in the right direc- tion. There are thousauds of acres of land under cultivation in- Texas, now idle for tho^ want of laborets, and there are young tnen enough iu the State/, n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 December 1868

r w—m Kemtukr Report. -Y- Tbe undersigned* having b«en ap- • pointed a committee of tbe Louisville . Sprgo Company, to witness a demon- strati on of the manufacture of ^ •gar and syrup from sorgo cane, did, on ikljte 9lb day of November, 1868, pro~ ceedto the sugar houfts of the com- pany, situated. on the fartj, of John ( . H. Seebolt, in Jefferson county. After arriving there, we found the milis . and pang.in fufl operation, all work- , cing well. A lew minutes after our arrival, a batch ol sjrup. was turned off, which was of the befit quality, being clear, light in coloAnd bright '.in appearance* very pleasant to the Cs. taste and entirely free from all eorgo flavor. In the sugar house we found aquantity of syrup in vatioua stages of granulation, some sixteen boxes of tvbieh contained aJargeproportion of mash sugar, which, when put to a test in a centrifugal mill, ;was found to yield from one gallon of muah sugar over five pounds of b?autifnl sugar, light in color, lively in appe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 December 1868

. THE SPIRIT, RADICAL. DIVISION OF TgB STATU. OUT If OF THE PRESS. W. G. WEBB^ EtditOT *nd • •■■i ■" — Proprietor. Joy to the peopleot Teifcfi, to every man, woman and child within its lim its, that tlnfe time liae come when it •can no longer be said that the people V r .trill not acr&pt a fair Constitution from the Convention 1 It made no difference that the people were ready to do it alt the time", when the mem- bers of tfee Convention judged them t>j the tone of their newspapers, and findine aome of them, declaring that thejUBoal& aecBpt riotbing the Con Vention couTd give, and denunciatory -and abusive towards the members of 'c>,fcfie Convention, whtle "other papers were either silent or hopeless in their tone of anj thing fair being offered, i 5the members of the Convention were -disposed, to believe that the papers were the- mbnth-piecesof popular een- timent. ^,Jr^jrhete la no question at all but that members who showed much conserva- tism in the Convention, and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 December 1868

. 1 ,.JrMA >ITK3K- M5t A;'' The Jifftjrson Jimplecnte of the 20ih, eajs that Mr. Daniel E. Sanford, ti the popular City Marshal, of Jt-ffenpp,. was killed while at ttrit day by WofvE R ise. R )^e wa^'^iteptfd •■7 —no particulars givc-n. The^mijite- i-S&SS**® 4Wib VtJie: ^ ceased w#9 * -hverbally loved -ami esteemed^ o'l !Six ri€fgrot;s wfcre recetirfy dharged -H&.i. ^ r; J *r ;frot t ,the Advtr.riaer-f- with art i f ilttewpt^to rob - and m«i r thiei- -r white tea in ft ters. They >V ere held to bail in the sum of $100 each- T^Jfl ?Tif^r • * - -• • • 's ■ .J The,,Advwtiser says that tiie lessees of the Bastrop factory, fare- busily, 1' etgaged in arrausing ;the n^acliinery, sv; i t|j^ operation in,a few <3Eay . |S^ve «u: : ral operatives liaare: already «ijured, :*:i A -M&Mhet* pfe&m «p*torefc j ?, ^4^ko 0, C- MVGiunis iufoi nis. ni?, ' •aja.tbe Bastrop.Advertiijer,. Oia$ :&.m' the casa of jhfosis :>W*>&yvv, -fefttrgfgL. ft ' ^ityilfHm^^!lj^g^ r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 December 1868

_i a WEEKLY' TELEGRAPH. Houston 1868. Tcnu •< tkt Tdefraph. cm cn*MaoT.) - - Vj D«Uy, por year, $16; for six months, $ 8; H r one month, $1 90. € Tri-Weekly, pet year; $4 90 far 3ix m oaths. '.■■■•' Weekly, per year, H Slafla copies, 10 eenta. y;. ^ ji(i j ' ■ v .Z * -" •" ■ ; THI 14TH AISBIWnERT. •• 1 1 ■• •'•" : -li ia*well forourpeople to consider ' wore fully the effects of this Amend- ■tent and therefore we republish it as l&fictWB: " Article XIV, Section 1. All per- v - robs bom or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction H thereof, are citizens of the United State* and of the State wherein they reside. No State shaft make or en- force an; law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property* without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection oi the laws. "Sec. 2. Representatives shall be apportioned...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 December 1868

SY TELEGRAPH pi : 3^#; M t> V-'-~ JIUMoeiated Press Dispatches. ...., St. Louis, Nw.26—The Union Fas cific Railroad are pitting temporary bridges over the Missouri River, at Omaha, to move an enormous quantity of freigWriow awaiting transportation vea Washington, Nov. 26—The omia- aioo oi the iron clad oath-to Federal jurors, by Judge Chase, at Richmond, enchanters no serious comment from ^Radical papers. v >\ The following is an extract from a Ifettertrom Seward to Secretary Wells, regarding Paraguayan complications: lt The "situation thus preseiitcd, stems Jo me to be so critical that I have "thought it my duty to advise the Pres* ident that Rear Admiral D tvis fchouid be instructed to proceed with au ade- quate force, at ottce, to Paraguay, and t$ke such measures as may be iouud necessary to prevent violence to the lives and .property, of American citi- zens there, and in the exercise of a «!>und .'discretion to demand and obtain prompt red: e&s for any t xtreme insu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 3 December 1868

v> as3umo<i - i* at about' 6 " AY, I>r KMBKK 8, 1 Commercial Review. Trade was very much interrupted Jucintr tlw first Uifce days of tlie vrcvk under ieview, by unfaTO(a ■2* <v. thr, aa.l. nothing, corner*- i - jjively, was done out of doors. In the mean- wUiie, our dry goods dealers buaicdthemselves replacing and arranging tlie'r stocks and or- dering such gotx!a as wet* found qecessafy to •nuke tlieni .~oii,{ilete, while tho advance in the |>rice of oit loading staple animated all classes with a bfcf'fc'Vfwlinrg; wlrtcfc only nefedw*flie encouragement of good w eatber to give our e t ici-ts a lively and bb oest:-llke air, as shown "■ on Monday, when the dpydu. cleared away and the day opened beautifully cloir antt coof. The general market was trtijy tnoderntely t active, wwl Ih^trhfilewU ojwnrtkmB wore not Jarge. "It" is antrapatw*, fiowevex,-th.it the ^Kt.- heavy rabia, extending well into tlie inte- rior, c;tnsrd cotton yj'.'kiug to cease and loosed phinter&.f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 December 1868

sS£ - •" "" '- *^-3^ *= ' :-'.*i -skgfM^rtU1 9? -' •S .kii:-.v i. • a>; ' $jp£ k „ m •~V * M*N XXXIV.—NOl 35. HOUSTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1868. ESTABLISHED 1834. ■MHatiaiMMi-" ,-PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE fA Fellow Citizens of the Senate. ** andMouse of Representatives : * Upon there-assembling of Congress, Jit again becomes my duty to call your attention to the state of the Union, and to its continueddisorganized con- * dirioa cinder the various laws which havg been passed upon the subject of rec&struotion. It may be-safely as- sumed as an axiom in the government of States, that the greatest wrongs in- flicted upon a people are caused by unjust and arbitrary legislation, or by the ttnrelenliirg desireS" of despotic rulers, and that the timely revocation of injurious and oppressive measures is the greatest good that can be con- ferred upon a. nation. The legislator or ruler who ha! the wisdom Shd inaygpauimfty to retrace his st^ps when convinced -of error, will sooner ot ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 December 1868

- EMIT TELEGRAPH. limn*. II1 I Houston, December 10, 1868. TO TKJtAS. too long an identity with Texas in the past, and still have too deej) an. inter^ est in its yet filorions future, to be capable of proving unfaithful to our fealty to^ts people. We shall, there- 'y 'fore, express convictions ot what we With a full ;con scious.pea& of itsrc- deemrighf, always regardful of feel- TnBibilities, we accept the position ings, but not ot the mere opinions of associate Editor of the oldest and faction, which assumes the livery of p V ymoBt-^Tmc hohored jonmals~of ~ ^he~ party to subsist upon jjts passions an cl o,—*1 i , - prejndices. Our hope is to success- fully assist in tho redemption of Texas, and trust our labors may be as acceptable, as we pray tliey may be useful. Aw. H-Parsons. Southwest. An * " to the reading people of Texas is unnecessary? Com- ing §tafee m"the army of occu- pation in 1845, to aid in maintaining its wiestern boundary then in dispute, «I have since that perio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 December 1868

mi m % H BY TELEGRAPH. Associated Press Dispatches. New Yobk, Dec. 2.—Police Super- intendent Kennedy wa§ arrested for seizing the property of Mrs. Gate- wood, said to be a Southern lady of good family, who committed suicide yesterday. Kennedy claims that the property was stolen. -i. Tallahassee, FnA., Dec 2.—The argument in the Supreme Court, on the motion by Gleason, counsel, to quasli proceedings for want of juris 3 diction, was concluded to-day, the Court deciding it has jurisdiction: Attorney General Week then offered a motion that the rule be made abso- lute, whereupon further argument began and lasted until adjournmeut. Columbia, S. C., Dec. 2.—State «•;Senate decided to-day that they had no authority to elect a Lieut. Govern- *, or in* place of Booser, resigned, but * that the election must be by the peo- " pie, '+'• " "iliCHMOND, Dec. 2—Chas. O'Conner '\amyed this evening to participate in the argument on motion to quash the ^Davis' indictment to-morrow. Charleston, S. C., ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 December 1868

WEESH TELEGRAPH. d - tr. d. WEBB, Editor ^Tid Pro^rietot. Tf„ H. PARSOIfS, J H. S. THRALL, ) Associate Editors. Houston, December 10, 1868. , ■gVfeVBAGB ASTD OI8VBAN. CHI8KIWEIVTS. * We eall attention to the Article tinder this head, takeft from the Aus- tin Republican of the 2nd inst. It is from the peoof-Col. G. L, Haynes, an old Texan, who proved his devo- tion to tfce Union by enteriDg the _ United 13flSte8 itrmy and remaining *** in itthroughout the war. It appears in the leader in the Republican that ,f.heis a partner in the paper, and that he*and the editor, Maj. A. H. Long ley, have disagreed npon the question Of disfranchisements, and recognizing in each other the right of opinion. Col. Haynes publishes his views over lis initials, while Maj. Longley con- tests his position 4n the leader- y Col. Haynes is an. able writer and Jhandles the subjects presented in his ;«rticl3 with ability, and while we by jftt means accord-^ith his denuncia- v tiois or all of his positions, ^e ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 December 1868

#* * r^rihr 'ftE DISFBAIV- ■' t. •4^* • r. ? / . * 3#f- :^"*t H met CRI8&D ? >—THE 1*8UE MADE AT :'fAtfMJUt. " _ ' , . . • v The Aoetio organ of the extreme nwingoftbe Conrentioa in its last tlissae responds to the above query as >- follows:—. . ; ' 'slsoWtt believe that the best interests Tcxsb social? financial and polifci- cal, will be promoted by disfranchis- ing all those who took part in the AseCtession movement in 1861. They aredireefity responsible for the part ■which Texas took in the rebellion. They are responsible before heaven, and thtfy should be held responsible before men for'the lives that were loat , aad the suffering endured incoo^ sequence of-that movement. They are the^same men who, since the war, have treated with contempt and scorn every measure which the nation has proposed for their rehabilitation, and so aacc©s fully have they resisted those measures that we find ourselves - to-day just where wo stood at the -r- close of the war. Unlesstheir power ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Telegraph — 10 December 1868

%s* ; ^ ~ ^ TELEfiBAPH. Becember 10,. 1868 of the Telegraph. 03CUERBHCT.) • c year, $16; for six months, $ 8; ope isonth, $1 SO. \ Weekly, per year; $4. 50 fox six I '*■- r* F^Sij, p® &***< < * * ' f* 15 wots. -; . * -fc. —; - ' 5*~*' * _ \ THE TOSGIE Afl|lMM6If. 4'^'."-*■*.'' • xne.Tohguecan n^ man tame; it is t ; an -unruly evil, Xoll of deadly poison. ?'v" The Pen is mightierthaxitheS word. -'-• <s—JBuhwr. .; *." '* ' •". ■ ' Si ft is vfith>k sad ^tetsfcoapect that the y lover ^of "peace lookback over the- tEnaie interv^ingjratween the present r, *a^ti the. great breakup, and reflects: *> • upon thecatisfes of oMPprtisent situa*1 Hour J «' .. ■ ' " Ko. fcahdid: person csta fail tosee jcljjt [*>""*' 1} that the'Pen and' Toiigjie have* .. *V' th&"a^n catfse of" ther ^reat v vrbicfi hayeasiflicted us * alter tlfe sumnderjiherewas ahealth- "* Tnl state of feeling between thesee- ^%4-T*Sbn8, and if it had been cultivated all would have:been -well. If the grea...

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