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RATES OF SUBSCRIETiaX:
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tSTSpecUl contracts made forjnrggrL
EDITOBSi, : .......
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tiokk'fcom WWW&WMfa m
aood ofiha vtopU A butatiU eqmmuz
or tending teWi.'ff?
CAN LEGISLATORS AFFORD
TO BE HONEST?1 !
Every Dody wants legislation to be
honest. EtferT pne.; feels that: the
corrupt . system t which .prevails, of
ossing la wa lo t 1 pay, - and defeating
other laws jor'pay, is uaiigciuwa t.y
public ; liberty. ; It . is ' said, on rail
hands, that in this, matter ,we. must
have a reform. , ; '
Now "there is; one -consideration
bearing orrthis sublect which seems
to be lft but of View in discussing
' it. We refer to the disproportion
of the small pay 5 of legislators' to
their heavy expenditui-es.
We dbubt . w hetber there is oiie
State in the Union wlwrq a man can
livo, at the capital, reipcctably, on
nv whir-h he receives as a ro em
T It is maiilfest.'thjrefoe;"thatlf a
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j.-.vi vv f7tAfiel-!-aeefiv?iT
ture, he nni.st Uvx ineanjjr, orniiijit
. a.cbt; oraccprmirTbm" fV r 5t
- Of course! t' is better - for tHen' to
live i'ver" iso iToorly ?it Ts better evtn
for hejn to starj ljan V? tW?8:
honest. . Butj i it -reason able for ua
to expect quite fscinacbi trnni tuimaii
nature? Is ,its,ri'ght,i'for us' io 'ailherp
to asystem which requires so; mUQh f
It is not bcft fito contjnue tbe pay.
of legislators so.- smalt that jione but
thrkAft who have other means of sup-
port , can afford topaHieipate in
making our lars It frequentlyj hapr
pens that't he men best' qualified for
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? office are . uepenneni , upon ifineir
" daly payforth
I If we , want. ourrRepresentaUyej
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and Senators 3 to ,1 be honesti u let, ps
deal honestly" by them, and pay' them
j a Bumwent' 'compensation 10 remove
them ft otnJ!t'he ::bailf temtation pf
lcuniary, wantY-., ., ,n tfIlifi
Some roenarid some women, are
alwiyi'TnThey- re'juit as
- much actors 4s if tbey vvttf :on "( tK?
ataa.' irbeyt; cannot gei j up; 'or; s it
dom ii, tboy cannot move, tbey cu uo
speak,- wittwxit 'thinking i ho w. tbey
appeir;tib; "ntnerV- tAi 1 pamfol. td
Jive' WShffrch? persojisTb
never uaiural f s ncr. cannot .oe . nam
raL ; They "are : constantly stbdying
for effect in everything. We rauat
. pay. that vrc like natural peoplef We
nii;aib waf'm grip of .thS'rhand;
We like ikTingmg;, hey ' Ungli, no
matter! ho vr ioad -il is,' We like
words that are earnest and true, and
actions ,1 bit are genuine, spontaneous
and V- imtincti ve. Give .us warm
iiaJure .rather than col l calculation.
TriK Ongressional - election in
this SaTe resulted ' in ;the defeat of
Hon.. A- Ml .Waddell in the third
dist rict,' ad : Hon Jesso J. . Yeates
' in lhe firsts district. Tha two col
ored men1 were defeated - in the sec
ond district by Mr.' Kilchin,.dc)Mri,
; A Democratic" gain of tlw second
: and a losa;of the hrst.and third d
tricta. If looks' to us like something
was wrong.: The1 men ho' the
-nprnocratic party nominated ;- nd
'.' VxT arc tint
ted by them, onyr.v .v.v
very iot.Iar.;Let the tDemocracy
A MAN UJP iiur wiv. i i
rxss? iKv Xi.us
A Ik Ik k "
crbldand silver in wJvr
i ' - -rrrrrr; -"J c off trooa
; t his bond " o if toys? ,cWre
ir4rrthe-laH3r,l,t -Aiyt' d
; To take unfair, advantage iarnotni
Mm jliioqiUbto yjKidisrd f his
sjippoae sttbat he raeanai somethMg
thattbeojOw not mean, .Breirwiiim
they . w'o'deieofrrarw thatl t U si,
would vUo riuibswsihio trfl hia irank
'dlejvfiHft qyoaiitt'th'e eye.l and
mt straight out the thing lifr.haa to
.payl AjndJP! .uj)to,TOtherR!as he
the' marvabowaa right to his glorious
Who ever -heard, him, betray th
tie faultaAbd follie8 of hi friends,- or
speak slightingly;! of fhia near kin
dreiU T-Wh. evert knew him to "kiss
aud rtell ,VC :pr , to V,boaf qf ? his cpn
quests ? j "And , who evei knew hjm
to carryj.pn. one of .thosejrAscally
liitleflirUtionaliijraya easily entered j
into with .simplehearted;vnd affecr
ti onat e. wo mepj who . Rl ways . De 1 ic ve
the .iiien.they lpyjit tp be men ot
hoiioAl.ipwfticbV' lpve is jmad -by
glances and . vague speeches arid sly
kisses ; j and -t.)iile f ryingtQ win ,a
heart, tjie wooer, keps for himself a
loop-hole by which to escape jhen
he is, weary 'of Keiri ?m Why, the
'iaii of honor1 could no,mor,9 do that
than jiei conld 'steai Jiis;! peighbor'a
pnrse,;, -CJ. :iir ' .nh::np--:
' 'The man of honor is always a
goodjffrio, and a good dniother', and,
ti.ttnii tKo limp r-fniH :niake an ox
Ll I I I 111. v vwy-
cellent husbandry -Making
iiesshejltjever, "breaks it f Tindfwhat
w6mait?needfear to iiromise4o obey
paven be tnanked;rthal amid the
rascalii and1 tricksters of this 'world;
there afa fewBUcb men left:! They
may not 'be ifc!i r6r celebrated,
though they often are. but they are
certaifr -'to ' be?i 16 ved rand respected
by ali i who kpow?:l1ieVn.,"?rAtid when
yoti look ihtb" their bHght, tearless
eyes- eyes -ina never soun youre,
paving never ha&needi to fear he
evComortal; Aian you are pretty
-1 Speaking of the low price of cot
ton, f the Lumbertqn;'?i?oo);iii'n
1 r.fTl ' J ! . 4 ' Allx...n!
SaySTf A'Oe low priuw yi-wtwu uaiu
this year is .really disheartening t6
ouififfii6ri-lfecH'?VoWibe a blesi
in in. disguise if it would :! cause
tbein Co diversify their 1 crops. j Ac
cording toour way of thinking, there
are Ueveral-,fcrop-whlch wiU - pay
better! than cotton... Let -as!-make
a'caloulatlotlafid tiPwe'err in it; it
iriay cause bme jinteticaf' farmer to
?dvc his yiewiVee it it js rtOtso : An
apre of i ground-that- wilt -1 rotluce
600 poundu of lint eo.tton, ? will pro
dCTce:40 "bui3heis of coruV 500 bushfels
k)f sweet potatoes, 16 -bushels of
wheat; 80 bushels -ot oaU orj 1,0UU
bushels " of- cbirfa. The; average
price of -cotton being $8.0 per hun
ilred pounds, the product of the acre
would be $42.60 A" f40 hnsbels of corn
ajb 76: cents o'er bushel would be S30.-,
(f0. 20 bushels of peas- could aHo
he raised on the' sAme icrr which at
90 cents per birshel.woofd.be $18.00
then add to tfais 2:,000 lb.of todder
at 75 1 cents per" hundred and 2,500
lbs. of shucks at 3 1-3 cents - per
jiundred, and you hate'about $70.00.
JVIakinc a difference of $27.50 1 in
favor lof corn:- which Ve think is a
fata calculation. Then 500 bushels
of sweet pKrtatoe "at 40 'cents per
bushel fwould be 00.00,' an4if nfec;
essary ,ibe sarae,grounV:could ,h?n
be sown in snailcrain, and :j a.bot
$20.00 additional bereize
I I It - 1 'ITS
rbuldJ that others should do unto
him.,' v1t i ,i i j .'. vdV. T-1
,4 nAhdr!t -tfotforily in lidsTrfess that
f)an9rtengaged iji n AWe affair; of
the1 heart with.fAnother; man's wife ?
iuVe to recbgnlie tbefti forwhat they
Sre;-if Voif hae al'soul that is! worth'
nyihmg yrself.P "J -J ; :
j .au ' - yi 11 n" 1 ' iilLl - - -
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Wthr jsK-iwttiL.iKiiirt&AAurday-k -XnV. Jife.8;.
Mr t . . 1 m. -
m . t p x
I S -i.Xri.nnri
1 PrAiiZ-fpflforth Card
I, VuerSJ enjoir
me by law, and it aso sanction
the Drecetffoiir bolvjbg
set apart by prql;
i.uai one uay " yintl tl.
litmauon a a
intr.T..Ae mi nare over us as a
" a i3' .riw Preaidfeii tbe
If ABUrt'iren....- j( -
Now inereiore, x,
North UarounHt; iqo- jww;,.m.w mj
ot splemnana nnniiq
tiAlmifelnry Godfoiitnrfl J
VnA orauDPlTcajrioprHia oontinqeai
proclamation, setting apart tPA his text-bob nn He,siicn, - hy lbe weak . na creuuiona -Siy.'to
wit : thrirsday, November, ? gihering vHome, sweet- Home." ilfllo: telling what amount.ofmonejr
day,' to wit : Thursday, JNoveraoer,
28th, 1878, as a day to be observed
by ! the,pe6pfe'' of '"this latewitlr
u - ;.,. im 1 r iiraver? as afore"
thanksgJvinr qnrayi w W!
said, and'So request tnenvio VH'rT, iZ liiW to the
all ! secular business and assemine
thfi Lord bv liberal! -gifts to l the
widows', orphansnd? deservipglpw1 j
ot the abundance, whip.the pasfc
season has brougbt us. 1 ,V
hln witness whereof VI havejhere
unto setMny haiM"andf6aused
8.1 the great seal? of State to.be
1 attixed, st ttaieign,
11th xlaVf of Nov embers 1878
: 4 Zebolon B. Yak cfc; , -
By the Governor.:5'
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CHA8 'JS.. VANCK,jn v.av
Acting Private; $Spraryr? ,
HOW GOV: WADE
-TALKS TO THE
,:;m l' MENi
17 iH I
"Your race is but:a! small fraction
of the people in abestrUniteU btales
Vo'u are but tfour millious;r,agams
fnnv millions of whites r You are.
but a tenth part ,ot the great mass of
tbe people oi varaerica uu,
over. that race of i whiter men .vwho
arcMiow treadingthcuninent, re
the most earnest, and most j enter-
other race places it selt in opposition,
it mtisttgive way oeioreiiiie .uvauv-
shall sohndJ.rfro Heaven-ftIis, the
Taw of,Qpd it jas fixed as 1 the law
xwhlnV, fivpd f lip sun iii" ihe'tiru anenU
It will not be changed, and J say to
the1 colbrell "t)edple .ot' iSpiiihjtJarb-5
Jina that itahey -arrav themselves
f ahainatftlie white 'mennas a race,4 if
theyt d.nftvf ithe;4jcolor iline? jyhicb
beg'yon tof mark thatrhave-ndt
made a predictiop siucopilSTO which
has, not; been; fulfilledlto. the yery
letter I tell you here to-day that it
voii Dlace voiirselves jn this adithcle
to Ward the' White race, ns" 16nJas!1he
seas beat upon your shores, never
will tyOn have i conlrolr, otUv bouth
FOUKTII-" M CONGlilESSipN AL
The following is the vote by coun-
ties, all of which are omvial : . r
T3avis 2.Q83 ; Turner. 2,575 ; .Toues
84. , .,.,,; ') . , .M.,
'IT 4 TIT A Af
Davis 1,348;. Turner l9t)r; Jones
... GKANVrLLE. .
. Davis 1,911; Tui ner "2,591 -. Jones
80. , - i
Davis 1,58.; Turiier l 378-08
51. . : - V
NASH. : ; ....
Davis 1,123 ; r Turner 027 ; Clones
Davis 1,918; Turner 576 ' J6nes
718. . ' f
Darisv 198; Turner 564; Jones
35ft . ;. . .
TMal Davis 11,909 Turner 8,-.
501 ; Jones 2,913- Dav.4,S majority
over Turner rf.JW f over all 495. j
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i The list of marine disasters for the
.month of October U eitremely large
com pared with 1 other months. : ", The
total number of vesselbelpnging to
or bound to or from, ports in the
United States; reported totally lost
acid rhissirrg during7 the past month
is 85, Ot. this nomber.j-54. (were
wrecked, il7f abandoned, 2 burud, X
L'sunk bv collission, 1 capsized, 8
iMinierea anu o are missing-, ciiyi
de'd as" fbilowsV fl Three steamen'S
shrva' T4 'barqiies, 7 brrJacl 58
sebners; The, total valne . oli-.tb
-ntooer.afts. .cJijsive qf-lir caTr
themselves together in ther cnurcnea
for lh6 ;,W6fiip ofod; an'd that,
.K0v.ftJrtnVknd n,lfelr? profession!? to
tIJW W ,
prising, the,: most active, tne mo
Hgresst ve, of all the people th t ever
Nvalked' upon Grid's earth. If auy
have been irvinn ..to..obuterat
they say., -because we are black, we
ii.til tH unembiicnstvvavs-I
1 x, 1 1 :,- jr.
atc0la8 ana Bure-iiii -v-
I lir?PaVll fcrncke WH1 not teach
. ... U ' ' j' '' .
He declines now , to
utiii-vr- .- . . :
p Yfi emeni is uciiiu"" - : .
npaOOUl Uicuv - . : ' 1
ylnparsti: He declines wr3i relative rto hpnungr 'ivVgeneyer a
r.tX. kT will bfreJSlKL Af Vlfe in btreturns from a
Zebnlon BPF"! T-T. . j.- .i,
i.,j,Alin.lv and lookine'at
ijowii .upwu."vf .-; -
i o;!iofV Thursday morn-
, p lnr: H went to trans,
T 7 i. - . i i - I ' i ' -i . I
Uiuverjsity,!...;?! ;-He. ,K.
toit -ftf'thU week! r I - ,
; ' ' y' -; ; . ,
shouid attend jnayers. The attend'
w a' minK I 1 1 l l ai. - - i
ance is not as iarge
I . ' .. .: A . utu t.nnr
Uoine out, young men, ,
fiist arid greatest tluty. l ,
: as',aenon '-P.-e
the other day. lhe boys arose in
time'stc atlelid.a marriage :cereiuuiiy
hLbfiit. a ihincr unheard of
since the revival ot the University; ,
since ine rvi v "
f I . t , I I
which ;,hast; never ueen eiu
1 -!j. j - ... - - ' 1 . . -
ani ' Bei habs iiever been equalled,
Tbat UU.0 Vay to be men. ' - '
We long to see the day con,.
wlien we will havef a Chapel large
now lung, ..y.
it ... I.... .V Umir Inn rr 7
Ili l .has arrived. He has
i r i .
beenbsenf a , part or last, aumine, ,
and during the.past parf ot'this, scfc-
cbllej'iate.duties at ,Oiice. i 11 will
hay,9 good 4eal of los time tp make
ijpj.-t, Hovpyier' be..willj,4f) ii hln$
cJieeliilly,.r.too. f uccess J to I, you,
''eneraL'VVre glad) to ihave yon
with ns.onee more. , - t : .
WeViththtcr tt UvoTald? V " a good
ibing for the societies tb cohi pel their
lpresehtatives to : have ' theTr
speeches written aud 'ready to , hand
to lof .angnm liy thV piiddlO Of
April. npf Alangtim lias all . these
speel'bcs, besides? those of the Serr
iprs, to correct, and if 'Is j imposing
on him t-o much to have all this
extra Work to do in' such a short
CinieV Sifiile of j the speakers hand
their speeches ih'as late as the mid
dle' 01 May 'It pugiit no longer to
be siiffeiea by the Societies, as Prof.
Manjjrum himself, car, not compel
the in otherwise.
There will sbe in
all; proliably; 25 speeches to correct
l.n i.n .
A MAN OF EXPERIENCE.
A ieV days ao a couple of young
bloods entered the smoking car of
t(e P; W. & B. R. R , and tried to
inm 'the 'seat before sitting down.
HThe seat was lockeo, out wiw
diidirt mind that,' and one ot them
took out his knife and picked the
the t bloody : ? we T know what we re
about, so lust kc j.m. .wv....
j "Uon't you know you are liable to
prosecution for that?' contMiued
the old gentleman mildly, j : "It's the
sabie'as burglary in the: eyes of the
law. :Mf 'you k want the seat turned
ask the . conductor and . he will do it
for.yoa.nfv. . -:L .
u You. talK as inougn you Knew a
good 'deal,w said One of the bloods,
looicing up wiiii a wiitidsu. -tune.
"How long have n you .been in the
rail way. business ?, i!?fJr; rr ' .
' "About , twenty-flve years,1 re
turned the old gentleman gently:
Thelblood looked just a little bit
surprised a he asked :' '
i ,"And pray, what position do you
berTahy 1 tufther1! fules of 5 the
i-oad I shall call upon the tiflBcerSxW
arrest yonv: i - .r.m Wp,U
i i ne.yQunff ..bloods Ltpok tne .rear
j j ri am xresiqent ot this road," r
twrnea jur.' JtliUcklev. -"and if
car, whuc the passengers siuiled.-
J 1 .
seits can be furnished, at any of the
permanent topics toWMwoj
3 u: . and Avprvtnins 1
guns, aogs, . u r-r - v--, , -
ti.meiib ui '"j.v;;va. f - , ' : j t
; l-inill ..vrr.inr.l iiarV--shots.
tl.. tnrtlM Kllieu. uiiuo
and how imieii giu ' "
r"w . i....ArVdufv
wtik rlnriipf flit II llllt. ,
uLi evervVrherci iu'lhiacoiuir
VV : -TW,.',tfrhied
tery irauas jvisi uwciaiiiu-v r
.rtnfl w,o are willing to nsK; their
money v in ; buying-. otteryu ticKeis.
Occasionally they a ow
II.. ill a ntV'fl mil I. II
Ure 'thousands'- whoeyejr :get a. cent,
UowwIm it. i a;M ecies of gambling
that public sentiment oifgrn to ...owi
t ri-oin fim 1211111.. w ;, " v r-
atl(i gambling, . 'and the bu
rr .'ntui Lhe buvmsr OJj
i s- tim tfri-allVffood
nectab e. and it is . time tor aii.gwu
r lo -conaemn 8Uch Jminorality
kpin it- at least,: trom being
"'rH Mr'. 'Melkc;'
,f U)e g - (,f Joiiwroer-
chant8 i,t jiinberton-tfna.-juwur
unzip. both brothers-in law ot-Mi
L nkhaw, the young -aC h6;
L... b;iioil TTjirinian about two
UIU Iitl. - - " "
.ntipiimQ UbpKnii countv. and
charged with- being ccessonesu to
the crime. Jleni. lmel. & Nor-
tor, w . 'rormHjjiyyi'"
prosecution. The case was tuliy ar-
I ift Allied. ail
l ' . , , ,i , r..
next- term ; Jiooewni., -
the, day Uelore tins iriaj,
1 I ...1.;. ...Ai'ai'bil Trz-nii pr
i n m w . w in i . iiim i tv - - - r-i-r
wick; ;Eq;;baH had in his em pi 6$ lor
n! year orr more a uqloredman named
orgef To w ua, 5w l)$fl preys i ret
cord is;ivt aopPwhcow
as a stranger but w,ith a, knowledge
it the fact that' he' lad been HTn jail
hi; .Daiivfre .ta.-'? ;crime. had
conducted h mself tolerably well un
i i I receptiy, ;wb. Jus Jiabi s Jjecame
loose. and - his services reduced Jn
value: -'AfssatisiUatlbS whh
wages J iaid -him 'icite Hm to ff
bru al act-rbt ? revenger ' jur. otruu
wick bad. two; very.-tiqe oxen, ( both
urider the management, 'otTowns.
On Sunday4 night week he took . one
of them; inio the wbos,: lashed by
the horns to a tree, cut' its throatr asufc
cutting out a lew choice pieces of toe
tiesh lor v his o wn use, leff the .re
mainder to waste. On Tuesday the
deed was discovered. Supieao.
attached to Towns, aod search
warfant was Obtained. " As the' ofli-'
cerfaud others 7approached,thbouse
Towns epied Uhem and. fled aj-full
speed. Several pistol shots were fired
at him But he had not .been cap.
tured on "Friday. -
- Jt rom me Vynanotie yoserrerij
THE CAROLINA FAIR. , V,
It is a matter of hearty congratu
lation to our people that the Caro
. r ' . x rvi
Una Fair has opened up; ao promis
mgiy. uu vu. jess iuzu two
months ago, it was not originally in
tended for more than a local exhib
tion, but the extrmordiiaarjr exert 'on s
in its behalf, made by the press! and
people of this section, indues A an
extension of the original plans and
the result is to-day ; apparent m an 1
exhibition highly creditable in : its
character and one witnessed by a
crowd much larger than had ai nrst
been hoped for or looked tJr.' If is
gratifying alike to the niauaffemenf
and to ourj people that the exhibi-
iiou, enjoys, sucn ap earnest; puvure
of success and usefulness. ,If the
out-come is ariything like it'i)rpmises
this niorning.'next year will witness
here a grand exhibition , and Uuc
ceeding years exhibitions grander
still, o-rawing to inem yisiiors iipm
all part 8 of this State and our.' sister
State, South Carolina: - On this abd
future similar ! occasions the people
of Charlotte will , not-be slow in ex-
h f bitious of thei rvfamed , hospi t al ity .
The liti le pity. , of .the, west opens
,wioe ner gaies uo wmcome gucoip
from all directions, promising them
am ana comiorv nu me wi.Ln w
store-house so ; lodg'ias tbey rema-p
- t- - I 1 Ji 1 .U - A '
- m ine ptace oi jviou auujUi wi;: k
Greek' vessel was-seized ? in -tb'Dar
danelles by pirates, wbo.killed, the
i The .vessel was rescued bv
boats" from the Br.tishwflqet. 'but the;
klfn.oe o-n rcrl with thoiT l.rvAtv J
: ?.3Tah xojnifl'jaifj3 -
1 CHAPKL 11ILX X Cr,u 'V i !
i 7 hid! ..iof iio.- 'o (l!,,i7
1 ujnn-i . Virotl - W': l "! -'hi v.
-.J Itrw iMti; ij.n. iiiii.4jw ;
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' ''' 1 .iH' tft -M''t'o v.Tin
I Advert isements appearing in the '
Alamance, Chatbam, Waker Qnpgt
a good advertising meomro, Li . i (-
. . . : l.r,-fm. J f ' f f I t . . Mi .
i'fesrAdvcrti8ement8 will be ia
. ; ;v:ifi.a
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sertedin tBpe trluib?rvWb llhtftl l
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terms as in. any, firfl c lass, paper, i 7 ,
jrTifrUfl T.vrwiRR ft ' nirenlatinn it
Ill ,I?k;hrnt;'V:.iy iWd$hf
inireasirig Trajildlyund bidi far. to
have &rge cljiion as my
and ; every fafftiir sbouTd ki tp ip
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with the cotton, tobacco and pf&-
dnce markets. tTbeli;a VJ
r t - - j .... ..
weelclv' finttfkid 'Rii'
eigh and other points
jfluepiceit may.cot-Moafld; to haul
Railroad built tp Chapel Hill, and
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an Experimental "Farm eonnecttd
witr (he University; .
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, i devoUd l te iLiterature,
inrer Latent, wV9rgC'
poml'ents -Slarketi !Sc., and t
avoid politieaf isiwes-a mncn r .
sib. though cfaimirig 'th rig w
bbj,et t oonoxious men ana iJ
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ures. ; , . .- .; ...
Tben,i tello w? citizeR5r u
op a good newpape ii
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Office o9IK8ite the storu
w , "wa aj 0flv . i
;u i iijiow full uruu . !,
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lican panjii3 not
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day of thanksgiving and prayer.
goes, is esumatetr . 9i,io.wv.