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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

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Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

iiiiiiih.«ii f| _. , , ,: .!;_... ji^ VFach without cofnmpiik^-. - . Prom the Hev, E.«vl Betel I, Putor ef the (V Lntbcran Cht rch, Cburcbtown, Cotumbla CO. : SewTovk' .- ¦ .1 j; ti tl -¦ . ( ; -. . - '¦ Ctivi»icx; AJieeiaber Art. 1S8B. y .;;Daar fua:—If yon plcaK. aead Kelone duzea ¦ Imrbave-s Hollaud Bitten. I know that It mart Kioto a benefit to many of my people i| My suter, Irs W. 8ebell,pf OallopviUe, N./Y. baa raeeived . [reet>beneSt. .5. ], .''"i ''''¦'¦]'; : !| ty NERVOUS DEBILITY. ' i Be v. Xafaa Cc wl, Paator Ptnt JI P. Chareh, ; ay. i—H have been greatly benefited by tbe see of biEKIlAVh-S UOU^ND EimuM'for genual NanwM.Dabujty.'t-.' : -.. ;:] .!| j, - - !!' CAI.IFOBIVIA ETIDEWCE. -; 1! - . rji I . -i , ' - ¦ !| '• . ' ¦ ; Ji»s Crrr, JaKufor Co. Cut. CW. It, 18W. Us.ai:piss, - :,\ -i ..|..:.- ' ' fllrj—Yemre Is one of tbatbeet medl-., .. . rltMeforDyspepiut and'Liver Complaint at. least I- bare found it so. Icame to tliU country in 1W3, - ¦fflicted with Dr.pep.ia...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

sn HlJ1. r^- mhi nniifiii , !,' i 1 i I ' Bating fjro^mUniigmn j^ir^, FJIPEL THE BOUBTS ,!> ^Jk ,p*er Statesman, Jpdges, Editors, Phv,i«"i.i. el" the oldest ache.ls ac well a.^eT, £$*Y. tbeir nnqualliBed ean'ctienv and rseeiaa^,, for all cases of ernptiei',, sad -.diseases af i ' •calp and bretn; but all who have used it»' P it testifiying tbatit will preserve the hsirf beimg gray, aad from falling tqany are aaU?, as restore. ! Bead the fellowing-.d * 'Mi**1! Oak Grove, at. Juue2«th ini Pbop. O. J. Wood; Dear Sln-W HaP ¦' storatlve ia rapidly gaining popularity !„",[!" ^community. I have had eccasiun to lav--judice aside, and ^ve your Hair' RestoriM^ perfect test— ;. '¦] •".. .. "*f!T*''» During: the year 1854. I was so-'onfoM*'..',-' as to be thrown from say sulky agaiastALr' near the roadside, from which my'-head mV' ed a most terrible blow;, causing a great deS'I; irntatifn. Which - comknunicitted te' the f'•• and external surface ef the head, from ihv"? fects of whi...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

4 n^^sWM'^ i'^^W^ ¦ ![ fg^^^^^il^l;-:-' ]l'^~--:-\ :¦ -1 .¦ ••¦/w?ffi'¦ ¦¦¦ •'¦ Thousand aiedaily speaking in Ijhe .|-'. .!•[¦"'.[ 7-. ©Kj-E ATO]N;ct ; ?}.: '¦].." ]ln ran tile tr] o V d i^1 j', and why? becsuse it it ntcerfaUi.it cfyri iettantanipus, relirf when given in time; jt sal's as if by magic, arid qne trial alone will cfavinMybu .that what we say is true:-' It cantatas' , A-]o paregoric: ORprij(TM: :: ¦•: af antf.\ kind, nnd;therefore relieves by rkrrnowtfifk' 'j thftufferingfut. your child,. instead of by, dead: ninyayilt sensibililier'. For this renssn, 'ii ebsiuieinds; itself natiie,onli/ reliable preparati.n sew... knowii for CriiLDEEJf Teetuixq,'. P'ia^bboba,,' . pTSKNTAltT; 9RIPI.S0 IW_.THK! BoWII.S, AlClltltT . •if tuk Stomach,-Wind, Cold is tub HiiD,as4 i CboupI also, for toflening thegumt,' redue^ng m _£ flamatipn, regulating IhtBoweU, and relievi^f ftai - ithas'tio. equal—being" an cuift spasmodic ifjjs ttlia with unfailing, success in all icasis of i Coxvpi- i...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

THB FOLLOWINO END&BSEtJIENTS OF PALDINCl'S CEPBUlC PILLS, ,ILL CONVINCE ALL WHO BUFIEB FBOM WE AD AG frf B..-, •' -' - t. *¦ . " tTHAT A' MSPEEDY AXD PI Cll ;S WI TH ill H E IB »Ji A. C E. is these Tesfimon ah were vnsolicited by Jlr. !i?PAIJ)INO, they \afford ungues* ';! iionoble prckjf of the rjicacy of\_ ¦ this truly scientific discovery. . f -!•"'.-]..'"' ,''- "•, 4 Masonville, Conn., Feb. 5,16L Mr. Bpaidi'ng, ': ; ' ]''¦ ' .'Sir:. ;' ; ";-... ¦ I have tried your Cephalic Pills,, and I like them so well that I want you to send me two dollnrs, worth mure. ' j "¦ '' Part of these are for the neiebbors,td whom I gave a few out of tho first 'box I' got from yp°- \ ¦:' I . Send th« Pills my mail, and oblige 1 !- ;¦ ^our obedientPerynnt, . James Kennedy. . , j Hartford, Pa, Feb. 6, '61. Mr. Spalding, .. " - ! ' s'f ¦; ¦ ' V » ' "'• ' : I wish you te send .me one more box of ysur Cephalic Pills, I have received a, great deal of benefit from tbimi Yours, respectfully. Mary A...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

P.& C(i'SJ) ]& C. AAS Summer is at band let every family procure a bottle of this valuable Medicine for the cure] of these distressing maladies which are so prevalent during the samnep season. ] E. M. POWER & C0'8 DIARRUOE \ and CHOLERA tfjyTlDOTE,: Has bsen experimented rjn sinOe 1854,: and in every instance proved a! succbsj, and is now being put into tbi] market. Try it and be convinced of its goo I qualities. Por sale] by Samuel Hannen, Rochester, Stephen Smith, ] ! ! Bridgewater, David Minis, jr, ¦ -] . Bsaver, John Sargent, . ; New Brighton, Duncan ft EdgarJ ; t Fallston, A. C. Hawkins, : M Rochester, and by all] the principal Druggists throughout the Country | j ; - toaya2.61. : ADMINISTRATOlViJ NOI1CE. T; etters [of Administration on the estate of ¦ 7T,i„Jobl i,A l vaugl'PJ. late of the gtaje of IlllnoigJdeed., having j beenidnly granted to the ] subscriber | residing in j South Beaver township, ail persons indebted to said estate ore notified to ma...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

FORT SU11TER UEiXFOReilir rilHE subscriber respectfully informs the --L citizens of Beaver and vicinity that he has just received the Spr ng and! Summer Tasliions for 1861, and is! now ready to do up work ia the Latest Fashionable stj-le. and warranted to St and to surpnts any other work in-tbis county. Those entrusting their work with jbim may depend on having it done when promtlied. No pains; will be, spared to give sat'is; faettoa to thoioiwbo may callon him: ' | " jjy Country1 'produce will be, taken, in] ex change for work, ¦ ?- JNO ' L. HALL.]' ti' Beaver nt'ar2p .; Fasiiionable TaiUr.] ~^^aT^~\1piem^ iijt^ipt: Patent ^ rVashing Machines, ]4MANUFACfURED'-BT -'j-'Vi ¦¦ THOMAS GitANiV ][]i|'] [']..: ;:".;'[¦¦;[;; F«lsfdJi, Pena'a rilHESB MBolifncs for speed, eaae en ^ the: X operaterand Clothes, and clean] vf-asuin;:, en a large or email piece of Clothing; are net equalled by any Washing Machine new iauti. NtW GOODS! - N Ef] |0 01)fH PHILIP BEES has received and will be in Wee...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 19 June 1861

LOOK .H.Et;K;B ..[[ <¦ [[-4 OIL OLOTH [FOR] WINpOVTI A ©ii «Jloth tor Mair*. I OIL CX^OTfi FOR FLOORS, y{ GarVets* foriFlrrri.l j 4 CARPETS FO* iiSTAlB»j¦! I WiLL PAPERX IJORDrMf | PAPER BLINDS FOR. WlNDpffi Can fce obtained ttry lou at , _ j s ¦ -,,•'¦ I 'I-.'.'-• ' l;".'-. PtMLIP EBBIV 4J : .Ap>n.*8«I. '' ¦ ttMIHIiyjfauV.;.|

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

fit^enport, Editor <k?uMl«hex f ** ' : : ' |-p" * i ii n— TERitS—0»« »oMf*» »b4 Fmtt Ctarw ^er »na^p. »« *»»*«•«; ethtsjwissj T»o"Dot i *»s *iliMd>*?i^4* JKbpki^dlMMtiiMUd, sin »ilf««iiVn*« tnmttMktxMti attks it W-i. P"' ! i I- .': i Vption ^aKeJBSwor. .-i . ¦ •:••': j • ]|dT«Sri«> ¦«*• tawjrTfcd «t i th« »tt of 6C &i, per jtqfcM*, of thrrte& lln^s fbrone Inser* ^-eajpjii «i),, *, lOWI*i ,MWtJ ?" ** "***¦- ¦* ¦ jgtrtl (flicomit *««• to T««% **rtrU«er». ' jarlirttm- an* coknianiwltioni, bjrm»il, •|ll»li. kfte prompt attteboo.'. |. . | ¦.- "•*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

Another Compromise Comlxig. It is said that great efforts are bt>j ing put forth' in the way of getting tip apian of paCificaUbn to be submitted to Congress | at the approaching extra session. It is even asserted that a movement is on j foot in New York, to getr up memorials in favor of cony promise on the- basis, of the Crittenden:jpr Border' Stktej reeolutions, rejected at the last! session. | I The men of ithe North who tare been] ruined by Southern bankruptcy and rascality, and the laborer who is now:;; stinted for want of employment, can carefully balance' in their minds' how^lfar they will submit to aiiy alleviation of our present difficulties which will leave/the original {disease to break out with renewed virulence. Let any and every proposition of this character be met with an indignant remonstrance and refusal. For our part; we think that no terms, no conditions, short of j absolutei, submission, should be entertained as a'basis of settlement. '.||'.-r • '|;;'...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

¦'. Tiej. ''End:'-cf tii.r War. ' Tii•»|Question is some .imes asked, low ^11 this war|end ? even while all 1 rc re:it}y j to acknowledge the oVer-• rhclmhjgVpreponderancejof the North, iMien!jjjn<>neyr and" eyeiy appliance '. i*feessj(itjy\ito> establish great military iuperiojkty over our antagonists.' \Ve is vc trip ; strength] to practically eni'o-ce cjjqtr authority over all our dorriin-. ; iois. kpk no one who sees'the patrio'tiis-in anq determination rjf our people -,- can doMbt| their c isposition ; to crush 'out treason thrc ighoutf the whole land. -Mitil "American [soldiers can tread i'M safety every, fopt of Ameri-; van k>3|."I and our nati'onal banner - wav<s 1 in j triumph ov.err > the -vrholc ;. vmiivH•!'. 'I' - ll It w|«ld, of course, be j. impossible . u' '".''iJ'V!every isolated district.-and ^¦'•••i ^ jhaye no (Deposition to attempt F'ich ad Wnnecessuy iitldertaking.-r-But sitgjpdsirg. ou r prcsj-uro eucmies ¦ to be n...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

- ! , |p;-OUR|PLAG- " ! .v ! - - "! ¦-''.- .'- -\^ii]reb'»» it »ho»et' At; texington, , '^Kerej fell tbefijit >!eoa of the freo, Ph||«, from-ewh.red drop »pilt, tu won *. J4|h*rm thtrgTjreut fiitorj; -"S" It felted next er Bunktr IJill, .J \jticrt!.vnrold eirn the;IWton met,. "* lli^ieleome w«i tj>» bullet shrill, ¦''' i iilil in hU heart;th» bivsait. ¦'»' W ¦ ¦ -¦ '; ' ''!| ' WitoMi were clo^je* wiih lot »n4 mow, Ipon the froten .D«l»w«pe. : BBjItMiitoa'etieUryilhed'j^gJow ||tt mi'imodJl b»t» gleiy tkere. j . li|i|ng itripei gUiWod inj tho ma, - . | t|o f»nwp> ««•*•<• P1** ¦. ¦¦ - ifijrn At-biuiHon i of Burfoyne .'. _ |Bbw lifiuul i gi ory • p«ie »ni was*. oSlPalo Alto's bloody pUia .•vSif~T * r~rr ' Tie tlnr eM tinner «tijl*M tboro; ' Tb*j pur Jed it from spot oi.jtaia ind bore it bUxtng tbrongh tbo air. rkWgii pierced by balls ivi carted by fM* IrttiVaaeJ on tboie the fray, lid'hlrweJ lh« ijtng eye,»«f Iboee ttao^agbt end fell st Monterey. ' s ...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

The Death of Covint Cavour and It« Consequences to Italy, i The death;of the guiding atateaman"of Italy at the present tune it an event of immense 1 importance to the new monarchy. He 'had constituted himself a power in the State second only "to the K5mg himself, and the prestige of his name imparted to everything he said or; did a moral ibrce-' and influence possessed by no other Italian statesman. The unifieacatior. of Italy was the \ grand object of his| career, and he constituted it* most jpWerfol and prudent advocate. There was nothing factional distinguishing his; political conduct; he never[ lent himself to party trickery, bat was a whole souled and earnest patriot in the widest sense of the word; It would be difficult indeed to find anything • in j his entire political history open ito serious^ objection or that aid not. tend towards the welfare of hh» countrjk ; 1 i •, ¦ H .. ' j. ; Although iborn jin Peidmont his sympiathies > were [ not narrowed to that sec...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

A Sound British*! VfW *f the) I. :Pri^ati»rIiig!'Jt»inUry; i..,' I»r»P'. 'la* ~ tosMio* Volontoer gwrvioo,] JtmnJ t be jwrne in mind that those who take outjlettors of maroue dp not [go cat asj honorable soldiers or Bailors, r leaning to fight with the regular trojope Jind ships of the) nation against ifhoni they are commissioned:, Possibly if thby cannot escape, a cruiser, jthey may fijght hard to get away, but so lo ag as itney^ian they will avoid armed v fflseWJ | They[jare sneaks and cowarddbypWfesaionj,;a8! well as robberjt Tyhat [tbey go put for is, openly and avowedly, to prey on the weak, to plunder unarmed merchant vessels, giving a widj)| j berth [{to ithose'whom they cannot take at !^' disadyantijge. It is bad enough that; any nation of power, 'pretending to be civilised, should encourage its jowjn citizens to engage in privateering.1 But tp-etilist foreigners, citixens of {neutral States—to go about epmmissioning the scum of scotondrelism of jtjhe world, [land, hou...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

¦ : I II ]' ! ""' . I ¦ •!-,!.,.- M 1 he[ Southern Navy; j -\ Mr. R lssell, in his letter to thoLon i ' f j ! I. - - ~| |J "¦ [ '' "Ik ¦ t don "Tilnes,'t[ from Savannah, Gal, all ludjng to Iwe j s'trajn^c ' infatuation which] induced Com. jliatnall to njban-; don an.lonoi'able position in the U.'S.F 4 ' 't'j I [ ¦ •: fi ¦ . ; j f ; naw. and to associate himself with the t> '¦ -\il ' *l 'i'J"-j i[-« - i !" "i '' Souther 1 trsi tors, says:: -j ?;IIe Las roj fortune,! whatever; his! fleet co isist s 1 of two [small [river or coasting. st'es iqe^s, widhont gun.4,! and as;he said, ui talking!!pver the fesources of the Sojuth, 'Afy; bones w|ill bo blebchec. many a lorigiykar, before thq Confederate £ tates can jiopo to have a Wyl" • .}-'¦! j! [.jT. J'| '¦ ij. \ We hiive here a candid and perfectly truthful conlcssion of tjhejweakncss of the boastful section i yhich has [been silly enough to deluded itself j>vitb the belief! that it [was the?wealthies[t and most pokve...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

J "h Speech of Qo¥t*l(|iiE*:'' ' i :.! : :¦• ¦¦ 'i-JilJ^-lhS^raRaialBfe.-fei.. ' Gov. Wise, made a«pMfM|p|ip1imond, on -the' 1 it insVsW^^Ma|if' :the course of his rema^s^li Kpv ^abl-, !¦ vc, .. i : 1. i ¦•.ij.»;jBc!!!3f ¦ • lowsj:.: - .,. j ¦ p,>^^»Sf"?-:-I irejoice in this .war^|M|m^>kere that;now dares topnt A|SHtt^ to deprecate war, or the;^l|^a Hi|tories of warf 1 Uone. t W1>m T»Mliwe; it is a; war of pnrificatidn^ jj^^ wlnt war, Href bipod, < to^UNmfHtjand the Lord of Hosts h^^ittip^ that you "shourd walk-throntt-jtr*- , and, ploodv\ You •[ are catls4^j«^r fiery baptism,\and I call updn^Twio come up to the altar.: ThongM^g^ pathway be through fire;.'taw|3jik* river of [blood; turn not asidbji^Pebin no haste—no [hurry and .l.»w|^ i Collect yourselveSjYjujmiSim; yourselves, elevate ;yonrselv«|t^ne high and;sacred duty of patisMlSui; The man who dares to pray; t^rtnan who dairies to wait until, some ifMtc .arm is put into his hand ; the sj|jt|tjg...

Publication Title: Beaver Weekly Argus
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

;*¦' ^e^n^jiie^k^st . *:*. ^ T[hc followin; Is an interview between Gen. Sci>tt and Hon.' Scnuyler Coif^x. '?! , ; - .:|.:.; j 1 ..[¦; ,.;;' ', [;: ;< j^i th reference ijtojthcrj plans of the veteran General!Scott, and the [period wittiin which he jyxpectsj to finjsh the campaign agjai 1 ist'the reb|ols, the Buffalo [Express declares thiit it -hap:positive! knowledge <yfjon interview jbet\\'epu Hon. Scliuyler Colfax and Gen. Scbtt; sought >y';the former .for .the purpose of urging,: as the unanimous desire of the 1 ojrth.west, a more vigorous prosecuti >n of the war mettPurea, with i overwhel ming forces, to render the [decision of the contest quick' and ,'decisive..!: I' -1. ; . •! . ; - Tp assure It.•Colfkjc, andijenable hiin from persihnl knowledge fp'pacify! and-coin tent !the[ eager and[ impatient people whose [feelings ho repress] chted,' Gen.:Scjott laid before h m and fully explulne 1 the -plans jvhich he bad" matured i 'prj the cai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

;t iw 't» ' ' I M i \ ;' '^i •].'. '• "."'iii.: [ReBEI, LaWYEH 15 AN Uncpmforta-. ; i.- -¦¦ iii I- :--?-j.v ¦".¦: .. T !¦. .-¦¦ T -i. . S ^ -in ol' ^^- bi,b . smjATioN.^-A Secession lawyer; .named Bon 3Iartin, a; resident [ of Pruntytown, Va., jahd whp; was with the rebel forces at| Phillippi; jwhenl it was surprised by tho FedoraJl troops,-was captured under Ithe | foll(iwing[iiidicrous circumstances: ! '¦¦;!; \ ¦ ./M;' [! vt VBen heard the] iirst shot'from! the Indiana boys, about as quick as n[ny otbertnan, and] rushed for the stable and ijog^nmenced harnossingi up [his horsej^fcut had merely time to thrpw tlie.jge^rljigl-oyer j the] animal's bajek; before! soincj dozen or more soldiers -iTteliodi ijftib the stabje. •• Be[n heard thtm coining, aodi as the safest plan which snggejted itself, he crawled |un4i der^ p^^4hi y,[ as far as jho cbald ¦ ISiKjnyHl^^^^o^eal^ his entire oiily partly harnessetl, aii3 hotjhavingl observed any one leave [the staple* had a 'fetrong suspici...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Beaver Weekly Argus — 26 June 1861

• ¦: i;;: i' ^Hlw' w»d*»- VfKitt ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦¦¦ In its editorial article upon the death ; j9f^.'Doagia^;^ tf/'Cliicago;>;2V>^K says : :-. -.. ^ I 5 i,:: | ;' ... .- , \;:- • f ^ i ;.'; In his lastjdays, he jgave to fopse, «vh[o stood near to* his wapts, the most convincing assurances(of the: deptjh and earneatness of the [lively!-love of Muntry thatj filled his jbeart.[[!ln; his [waking hours, as well, as those m >- inents wheirtthe violence of his !disease unseated his great intellect, 1 e was busy [w}th national events,panjd the conflict that is now ttppn[ us. /! !t Was his last! wish that the work.which will regenerate the co^try [while re jcuihg it from its enemies, [should- go" rapidly on.1 To ione jin a jw^nd?ring moment, he said; "I station you at tl ie Belay House| Mov^Joh j!" (Of anot ier asked, ''w »y do wie atandi-s^ilHL>t Us press on ! Let us to" Alexandria quick ?" | To sjill Another he ¦ (boU, "Telegraph to the President jan| lit the' ...

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