SAUSBURY. N. C. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1891.
VOL. XXII, THIRD SERIES.
r Irrrrrsg! rTs v-as
fir Infants arid
I rocoirancnditas suiKfior to any r.rt-scsii.tion i
fcnowalome." II. A. Anciirri, LI. Lh
. Ill Bo. Oxford St, Brooklyn, Y.
f The ne. of 'Onstoria' fa ro univprsl and
Its merits so welt known that it sena atvs-ork
of supereroKatiTn to endorse it. Few are tho
intelligent families who do not ket p C:tt.ixjria J
v.-iUim easy reacn
Carlos SIasty. P. D., I
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tatcrdStor Woonungla liiiormed Church. 8 j . "; '- , New York City.
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in all it-t b: ;:!i:-!k -;. at all hoars dav and
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Pattiri-, vi-bii:g ray services at aigFit will
( all at lay vesiik-iu-c on llurR tdreit, in
-T'i.-!i;king iffy l; k r..!- .u " Hie puldi
LTi nl'ial'y I'm j-a-t ptir.-iiilge .1 .k-inir a
coiflinalarice of tlie same. I a.n'i. '
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Leading Furniture Deale r
Hie Patrsoeie. fall
bi j 1! ('jties. Tow ns an
yY-'liirjes in the Sytitli.
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Catorlanire3 Colic, Consttmtton,
Clir ytotiiach, ULirrfco-a. kriictation.
Ki:.;i "Vorni3, jivea sleep, and promotes di
TntUout injurious medication.
For enreral yenrs I hare recommended
voar 1 astria. ' and slin.ll-alwava continue to
do J?" as,
vet as it has iyarla;ly produced beneficial
trh. wtnt.ljm'n.-" 125th sttwt and rth At..
.-' As.-orlfl Stock of Fiinii-
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A Hayseed Liks He.
I once was tlie tool of opprje.'ion-:
Just as,reeu ks i sticker could be,
And monopolies bunded t"r; ther 1
To -ylictii every hayseed like ie.
The railroads and edd party bosses
Together did sweetly agree.
And flies- thought the re would- be link' trouble
hi woHting a huvseed like inc.
LAitl'nt every election they fed me
j With tally as svc t as could be,.
J'ut wheM they elected their ticket
4 They forgot ;l pw-T 'lityswtl like n;-.
Tli-y 'jm11 thei.:-fl veajjKt to the hunker,
'And thought it vh he a line snrec
To (ire all the preentac-ks and silver,
And rob all nch hayserds a? me.
They went, into league wi'h the devil
. For the -sake 'of si high license fee,
liut never a.cent of the irofit
11. is ebiMe'fo a hayseed like nie.
liu't now I luive roused up .-little.
And theirgr.'ed and eJiruption I see,
And my neighbors are waking around me
And 'find thcy'r all hayst'eds like me.
! And so wc h-ive ioru.ed an aluaiico.
From U?!i'r'-'- -ion wt are hound to be free.
And the i'jckvt wc vote r.ext Nov;mber
Will br ' mi'iilc up of li:yse ds like me.
Wc;rebound tou;hol.l our strong plat form .
And it seems '-to a man up a tree'
That the railroads will go to the bott mi
I'y the vote of such hayeedrf as iuc.
Arthur L. Kellogg.
AHI has Tin: ;kii.
And His IJetter ilatf is Not at II tne. Hat
'the Ciildivn (Jive IJim, r.Ietliciuo -He
Dreams !' Itiiliii oa an
Klcvator to ta lk's.
It is had maimers to aftlict the ltih
hc with your troubles, but neverthe'ess
I am sick, sure riiotstt side -been hi
be' two days up mid down irnnf
in round vitlrmv mouth open, for I
ean't breathe any other way. (lot the
bi head, and my eyes and nose' are
weening, and there is in.Miralia in my
f.ice, and tity teeth that have been oat
for ten yens are aching, (iot wet the
other day and didn't i-hanire my elothes
because-Mr-. Arp wasn't here to make
me. She lias l.e..;n ome for nearly
two weeks, muring some of the s ek
ehildren at iionie. and we are running
the maeliine. I used to eould get w.'t
and then dry myself by Hi " tire, but 'I
can't now. I've caught eo'd id! over.
There's -a pain in my hreat or my dia
gram or diajMiram o
epigram or wjmt-
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have got my age 1 bos-.:.i plastrrel all
over with tev -entine -and t'aimel.
They f;;;:nd s ;me eap-ijles in a box
and made nm t-.ike t!i"Ui because it was
mediciir and v,;s in riamum's d-raw-r.
I've 110 idea v. Ii tt it was., but' I can't
!e worsted. I took them heroicaih
and said let "em rip. I got to think
ing about' wills and, codicils ami what
would become of the family and who
would wake up Ike -'children 1:1 the
morning and get them oft" to -school.
Who won'. I keep: up the uppii-:-?
W ho would do this and -do that, ami 1
Ironoed o:T tr -Jeep and dreamed that
I was dead.-and that gentle hands had
iinricd me into an elevator 'that
reached from earth to heaven, and it
was crowded with disembodied spirits
whom 1 did not know. They had vis-
I 1 O 1 ' 1 L i 1 J
Hue ifirius ana laces, out me.tr mate
rial bodies were gone, and they passed
through each other without impedi
ment, and -these are spirits ot the
lead I thought, and 1 wondered if I
loo Was a spirit. I looked at iuv
hands an-d thev seemed to be there:
1 tried to clasp them and found they
were oniv nae.ovs - pictures ot nanus.
1 touched mv cheek and it, was not
then1. Timidly ! touched the form ol
one beidu?-me and there was nothing
to touclv. An angel stood by the
goiiien eon! tnat seemed to run tr.e
evator. and 1 said.. " here a.re we
going.- iornccityor .it-nisaiem.
said he, ''the holv citv. 'J'his elevator
reaches to the lowest ' gate." 'To
h.eaven." said I. "Yes.." said he. '"to
the lowest heaven. Onlvthe saint-
o higher. There js another elevator
for them." ' Thank the good Lord 1. .-
liis mercv thought T. and 1 felt calm
and serene beyond all expression. Hv
the time,, Ave were up among the stars
ami'T was about to inquire how much
farther we had to
over nie aud asked if the turpentine
burned, and 1 never reached the golden
il. 1 wonder wh-re heaven
I wonder where this universe ends.
N lieu 1 am sick ruv mind rims on
the.-e things and 1 feel so little. so con
iempjibie. so much like an atom, a
microbe, a bacteria. a nothing compared-
with the boundless universe--wlien
1 get well and strong 1 can strut
around and talk big and magnify mv
self and feci alm.st as consequential
as the Atlanta -nabobs do when strut
ting around in the Kimball House.
The -idea of a 'mk robe strutting and
linftinif on -m-v: i":f lum.l
ponder it 1-0 r a
- I was talking to tie
1 ! 1
C ill id re
other night about astroiiomv
saai, 1 am a traveler, a great traveler:
I. have t raveled f.-itv thousr.iivl m
1 1 '
miies in mv life.
I v .rs ta.rn t
P" it t ne rai
is .. ;t -i ii
11 I -travel
ir aim nor exert mvseii
44 it. S can inakv over J.."!.f) KI'
a da v and ti
r st 0
miles high ia the
lit! - L 1 am ,: e
.1 1 r
every dav when I am
i m tiie road. 1
traveled nearly O-'K ! ))i)A , ()m u,i bi-t
And so I m-vle tip children H:
all Up So as to impress upon them tlie.
-muiensity of space .and tlie mighty
power of uod. I Knew an old man
a lawyer who didn't, believe in any of
these things. He said it wtxs not ac
cording to scripture. He didn't believe
the world was round or that it turned,
over. He said the scriptures gpok'e of
the ends of the earth, and the four
comers of the earth, and that Joshua
commanded the suu to stand .still just
like he did the moon, and thny 3oth
stood' still. We used to argue with
him'aud (ell him that navigators had
wailed around the earth, but it was no
use, and we gave him up.
I know lots of .sensible people '..who
don't believe that astronomers know
anything about these immense dis
tances and orbits a:ul weights of the
planets. They say it is all guess work
pretty much, and that it is impossi
ble to tell how far it is from one place
to another without measuring it with a
a chain or a rod-pole a string or some
thing. And here is where a higher
education oomes in and broadens the
mind and elevates it to a higher plane.
There is no science s exact - i ri ' J so
fully establi ;hed as astronomy. 'The
di-tance from here to Atlanta is not so
accurately known as the earth's orbit
around .the sun. A great astronomer
like IJerschel or Newton or La Place
; can look through the telescope at Ju
piter s moons when tliey are m eclipse
an 1 then mix tip a few -logrithms and
fhixions and parallaxes and tell how
fast light travels and how tar it is to
the remote planet in the universe.
The children wanted to know why
the new year began with January .ir.d
euildn'ttell llnrin. Christmas would
have b:en a better day. 1 The new era
should have begun with the birth1 of
Christ instead of a week 1 atei : or the
year should begin with.the birth of
spring, the 21st of March, when nature
is putting on r.ew garments'. Those
old philosophers got tilings .-Avfully
mixed up anyhow. Their 3 cars used
to be measured by the union, and they
had thirtien months, but that didn't
fit, and so they fell hack to ten months'!
of thirtv-six davs each, ami that didn't i
tit. ami next they put in two moo
months and had no leap year, and at
lat Pope (iregory fixed the measure
all right, just as we have it now. It
was only in the lat century that the
civilized mil ions adopted the new time.
hu.-sia h isn
adopted u yet
i iii 1
is civilized or
January was a right good name lor
iitetirst nrraiil:. He was a watchful
old 1e!:ow ami lia.l two laces.
irt tlie sa;:.
t a'i re
linn ami 1 emmi I11111
e. 1 1 is a good idea for
back over the year that
"V ;ev his eomhu t. and
a ; .
o : )i
a 1 il :
: forward c.nd orouiix' to do
Ik.f la.-f ..f k.'. .... ii-'. 1 ii 1
i I " ' L 1 ' I till. 1 I I 'I I i 1 i .-1 I v II
named tor heathen gods who never
exi-tesl. and so weio the 1as of the
week-. 1 wish the school children
would read about them and be able to
answer w hat March means, mi 1 April,
and Wednesday and Thursday, and tlie
other names. O'atlieT" knowledge as
you go along - useful knowledge and
store it awav. If vou haven't got the
eiYow t hem from somebody, and
1 asked twovoung men vester-
far ii wa.-
to the sun, and
I am side and don't
mueli how far it is
tir.b A up.
It is Strange.
One of the
gticiuturai relorni iiioveiui'iit In it is
1 1 in i t 1
now ch.ailesiging t he attention of this
.-x-aiut ry. if not the , eu t ir thinking
world, is the attittah? of many of the
uld.er and important agri-ult ttral ia-
ters. Tliat the c-rcat mctn
of the country should becom
1 he ii
Ivocates 01 liiutocracv is eas
,h to extdain.
circu la! ion
being contmed largely to tin etues and
among a class t hat are outside as a
rule iu full accord with "aristocratic
notions. Jut how an outside farming
community can support an agricultur
al paper which advocates plutocratic
measures is beyond accounting for.
Some of the m st unreasonable, ldis
leading. and fo dish objections to agri
cultural ra forms are being jirinted in
the eastern agricultural ?aoers. They
em to be heart and hand
' 1 a
W ltil 111 1-
nopojy. .tnd v. ii lie t he
snow hie farmer how to increase his
products art lalvocating econom.c
piitii-ijiles that will lesson the j ri e of
all he may jiroduce. If is net an in
crease of pr ".luction that wi 1 s;ve t';ie
farmer from ilestructien. b. t an in
crease in the Price oi v t s now pro-
! dad d.: Such ti iners .-lioald be 111 tde
to liartnonize tneir teachings with the
sentiments of thos whom they seek
to iiisiriict or give place, for such pa
pers as arewiliing to meet that condi
tion, iiit- iarmers .-nouM demam
be sa; is! ted with nothing e
not a s;n;ie prop-'.-sn ion
1 d bV i .;' A liiailce I il.lt 1-
n"tagoii:zei bv some ot llies
of ai'tctlii arai l'ei
ck) a e cop
-tarn pr. j .
Use ne.rrn'v limits
"I tia-!r: amj. there is a company id
-X r 1 . 1 x "IIP "I i 1 f -.
-New i u'.thar wpi lurinsu ouues n-j
escort . ok for use at jiernians ar
cot.Jh'msv'wlieu th.-re is a shortage of
-tve heard ot that. I saw one of
their signs lh other day in Harlem--
som kjtxs woimiY or a kickeu. )
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U e extract Hit fol owinir from ip
last is?ue of the Arizona Wif-L-Hr- I
A Wise Max. The deadlock in the '
Common Council was broken 1" " t
by the absence of Col. Tavlor. The
..1-... 1 I I . i I 1 1 ,
C'jioriel couldn t help being absent.;
borne of the boys had him out in the i
suburbs, under a tree, with a roire
urouiiU ins n'ck. It wus either han
or Ijieak- the " eoaihir.atioit. and tho 1
1 1 1 -1 1 1 I 1 I . ... 1
colonel decided to help break ,t. W
want tasay nglit here and now that if
there is any more "Hissing1 ni the '
Council we will move to impeach the! 1A ',,
whole gang, and if we can't 'et emH ' """hani I i''den licit Manu
iaipeached we'll head a lody of out- iat-turi" Co., will, it is stated, put new
raged citizens and clean 'em out to a I l,yichiueiy tit and double the capacity
man. They were elected to do public ; of ,(s ba tory. ;
business, and the public is in no htmior j East Durham The Commonwealth
to put up with I Wen personal quarrels. Co. ton Manufacturing Cj , previously
Col. Ta lor exhibited wisdom in com- reported ( under Durham ') as to eretd.
Ung down off his high horsey and we
trust the lesson he received will hot .
soon ue lorgoitcn.
A Wokh to Til 1: M. Yon. The mayor
of this town hasn't the decent-v of a
wolf nor the dignity of- a monkey.
He has bee.ii drunk at least three times
a week for the last month, and he
would as soou pull hair with a half
breed as to argjie with a gentleman.
We've got tiiid of his capers and we
now give hin due notice that unless
he conies to a right-about Ltee we'll
give himjlead away and rid the coin-
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about dn s.z.j is wanted in one of Jhe.
h:is!ern Mates lor (Cow stealing, and
we don t want to he pizen mean
we owe a duty to this community
We have got an eve on the nt ivor.
Stand Ce, To.r Haktwk.m..- Tom
Hartweii, city marshall, your were a-
pmiitd as a guardian of the peace
How have you fulfilUd your mission?
()'i numeroas occasions within'th last
three non lb have been drunk,
and vjii can be' lour.'l in a' saloon
oftcuer than on the street. You have
set a bad example all around, .ii:'
!e all around, ab'l the
idea that you are a guardian over aid
thing except- a ' w his'vV
ing makes us
1 t r
1 lie 1 icker has given vou a
fair show, but
would not improve
it. Open your ears now, iuoinas: It
rii'i ibi i'it- i-i'iii iir bi-.ii-.- itii tlin lni'w
will c.iil oii.vau within the next tort-j
uighi. and wnen they do so it win be
tte for any excuses. -You'll be i
ed and made a pendulum of,
and the grave will be shallow and the
ohsf (juies mighty brief. If you want to
dill flie wild cactus when the spring
lime comes again. Thomas, e have
ji.i::i!ei out the way. If vou don t,
I hen tli j boys will i.uil you.
ComkOit. Jim! While Jim Kan iff
was not elected mayor of this place on
a teiuperauc 'platform, the public, ex-
uecded bun to be decent about getting
1 1 t;n '
d down the 1
drunk and who uiiag an an
streets. It is with sorrow that we an
nounce the fact that Jim is a-complete
fail ore except
an old soak. Ue
hasn't drawn a sober breath in six
and his official career lias been
to shame a wolf out of the
We have kept ouiet Oil this
, hoping Jim w ould brace up,
' time iias come for a lit t le plain
w . 1 : . . 1 1
iao-.. ie sav 10 unit 111 me un'S.i
friendly spirit that heanust come out
of thai and brace up. The boys are
growling, and if His
ies his present cureer.
happen within' a jor.t-
w . 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 1 1 r r w 1
1 ' U 1 1, (.11111 111 j 1 1 1
iiight. He'd be waited upon by a'com
mittee. mounted on a mule, and the
mule wiil be headed towards the hills
and told to travel. His Honor will
keep going and never leturn, or if he
should be foolish enough to refuse, the
boys will plant him and proceed to
sign a call for a special election.
No lull) T.vi'K. We learn, that a
gentleman name! Scott is coming here
from Ohio fo establish a bank. It is
good news, but we fee. I it our duty to
utter a few words of advice to th new
comer. Remain sober during business
hour!. Don't he too anxious to pick a
quarrel in order to show off. Have a
hack room where the boys can sit down
and diseuss financial matters. Jf-aqy
of our people want SoO for sixty (Mys
don't demand that the whole town
t a re:;-
Make your rah? of m
ible one. ' Treat everv
and .-hovr up 111 on
saloon as o
ften as in aiyother. Jiy p
ing attention to t he .Customs and char
acterit ics of oukpeople 011 will do a
rushing buiuess here an'd be elected
to the h-gi-dVit ure. The other road
le uls fo iyKVAW failure and a inidnighi
Odd Facts About Shoes.
ecian iioes were peculiar 111 reach
if'.g t P." lil iodic O
4 . . 1 1
The present fa-hio:i i' shoos
.ogiand in lt-.-.
ninth and te.uUi centurii?
the "re-Jest i"!tiees of Kui'ulie wore
woo b 1 1 ho"s
Slippers were irruse belore Shakes
peare's rime, and were originally made
'"rights" and k lei tsi"
Shoes imong t he Je vs were im-hV
of leathe1, ii.i" . i a.-h or w ood ; ohoe s
o',l'i ille'S III ul"
K Cur Progress. p
F.NTERrniEs uxii:r way.
Froui tU. Manufacturers' Kcco.d.
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rVo City A pafty is
the liryson C.ty L md
f T! T "
" ,1h,Uent ut bntk 111 K"
V-II . -
IHirh im ortluim. W arren & Co.,
rf reported as iu etah!ish a fence
i inti i iir
""'"""l IH'T I'UMHIII
Lightning Co.. contemplates
incandescent light machinery
,.ur.i,.;,. i:.ri,r ,a?,lt.
p it 1 1 11 1
a cotton mill, has purchased afite for
same 1:1 H ist Durham for iS20.0(iO. '
Hanging Dog . 1. tanner ha?, I
it is stated, established a saw fniil.
Henderson Allen & (i inter are ei-ec-ting
a stemming factory in Henderson
as reported. y;
Hickory It u stated that the city
will isue2J.()(X) of bondi ftir the
construction of the water works ivcefiit-
K mentioned. I
King's Mountain It is reported
that W. A. Mauney, A. It. liiulasilt
r . Dilhng and others have organized
1 I hi- - r , 1
llii l 111 lir V 'ihnl.li.tii-i-inrr A in.
p10Vement Co., for the purpose 0f de
, vtdoniiiL' iron mines '-
IMII1 iiAiiililli IV. 'ill I 11 w 1 1 1
Kinstou -The Oroin Knitting Mills
will put in additional machinery.
Monbo The Lmg Island Cotton
j Mills Company is reported as to put
an electric light punt in its cotion
New Heine A committee has 'in
vestigated the question of water Sup
ply for the city, and recommends the
construction of the water works pre
viously mentioned at an estimated cost
of GO,Pl(J; it also recommends street
improvement at a cost, of is")o.(K)jf).
The issuance of bonds is proposed 10
defray expenses. " j
Xevt-u -The Middlebrook Cotton
Mill Compai.'y will erect a cotton mill
Ii tleigh -A bill has been introduced
in i no legislature to ineoriiorate ijie
North Carolina Klccinc Power Corn
Ji-iJsvlile 1J. P. Richardson, Jr., is
president and E. P. Hall secretary
of the ir'-'o.OUO stock company lately
mentioned as to be orgaui.-d to erect a
sasji, door and blind factory.
Iieidsvdle A matress factory is re
ported as having been started.
Salem Thl Salem Water Supply
Company will amend its charb-r, in
creasing capital stock', anil probably
construct pine line,
Salisbury J. A. vV J. P..-W right
wiil, it is stated, erect a factory for the
manufacture of their patent automatic
station and street indicator.
Scotland Neel--- Thorn:!-? Fi'zpatrick
has established a shingle mill, it is re
ported. Tarboro A bill has beeen introduced
in the legislature to incorporate the
West' Tiii'bjro Land vV- Improvement
AVeh'lon A stock conipnny. is re
poited as being organized to erect th
cotton mil! pr viously mentioned.
The.divat Falls Manufacturing a I uj-
provpmeiit Company can give infor
mation. Wilmington W. H. Poxlty wW'y-x-ceive
jiruposah until .March lli-h for
dredging iu Mackany's creek.y
AVil in injgtfm Thi S. AY. Skiuer
Company recently reporte'd as in cor
jiorated. has ju'i vilegi jgj ojierat ing. ma
tine railway, ship-yards, etc.
1TMMS GATHERED l-'iiOIX MANY SOL'IU 'MS.
Lastweek the National Alliance
Council which was iu sessiou at
Yashingtou, elected Mr. Hal. W. Av-
j-'er manager of the AbTauc Press Pyi-
Neaily ten tliousand men v. iii 1
thrown out of employment bv ti
shutting down of twenty-three Nor:'
1 111 bl it turn ices. What the m i
tor. Aunt William McKinlev?
1 ne Mate 1' arm 1 .1
Kansas has resolved b e!
and '01 secure the f.(. if.
of money on grain d
A called nue! iiig of tie- (amnty
lianc was he lei here last Friday.
Countv Lecturer, liev. A. C. Davis, h -
liven-d a speech whie-li wc hav
vcy highly complemented. -lit
(ioVel'lPif FoW.le borrowed
i . i
called oat t he militia, an
d sropped the
oy-te-r war iu the . wafers ot eastern
Xorl h ('arolin.k but the new -paper
war iu li iieigh t:ll rages..
The fact that evry .Miiam- man in
tlie 'Kall'S-ls L gi-latlil e tm k to h-.s
-.Oi . i'l 1 1 a ed ioloed o:i a iie.-'i.g
lU-joiatv -hirwstha4 tin ,o- pi of
-turner s t (T than Soon Co- Pot
u.-.-b w hw b'l'oivc lor bePioii.
LIFE IX LIl'iEuTA.
COUMTF:Y WHICH LACKS TK3
COMFOriTS OF CIVILIZATION. . -
Hilirtcr Tav!7 "Chats IhUertatnl.y of
yhv Habits a: 1 'Cutn:utT tlt'Afrtrui
Uepjbllc A Hark IMrture ?"i:u7
!,VhcH t-io. Judgjiicut cotrx's I Iiopo it
, w:A bt'gui v.-itli Lib;ri;u If it!(Ks it will '.
I be lived up UToie it rnn p niiy furthrr."
I 'ihese c.w the wonls in which Charles
1 11 -T TjivlfW ll... l'i. 0...1 cr... ......:..
i th. African rotmhlie. sutmned. mt.Iii
"pinicnef the little omitry on t west
toust. Air. lnylt r law mvntly rctumctl
f:v: 1 his station, ami, has ' rtslgnetl his
n:i:. i;.n. ; As 1 u rctaaatlcu erjottako
rl.Vit until Jau. 11. ia.d us !:e is therpforo ,
Mill ccctieeteil .-vlth the 1 t:uc I'c-r'tmcnt,
lie 5s wary if ci; ref.sui;- Lis oiduioiis.
Mr. Taylcr i. n eci irtd u nit of markwl
ability, r.r.d Lrr. Inn vUv Btfofncy, of -Kansas
Cny. lie chr.ttcd cntc rtiiaiingly'
A tl:r luihits raid customs of Liberia. r
..'Tlic st.trt.'iii;- dispnipttion," J e rr.IOr
"bctvrfcaj the natives Ami the Immigrant
r.inl their . deceudnnts 1:? ji'ot ueraily
known. C'f the 1,C(!0.(XH itihabitnnta cf
Lilicria, $5y,(X?0 sire natives raid 12,C00 itn--Cilf-rant8
Th-re vrcre 2?,X0 iiyn!taits
from America. Lnt, as you ', toost of "
r them v.rii dctwh Tl.cv liav- i een -i?oIr . ; .
over frova IVt-aevlca for txty-Klk years.
f.nl niif'sioi.nrif . have ; leeu at '
work, tltere for fifty- ycars jinfl
these figures lndlcalel .nil they havtv "''
accomplished. ' The civ lilted -aro to the.
uncivilized ono to a hundred,
'There are never any children iu t&d
:hird genorntiou of iunnturaut fatn'.lka.
Ono ronton-is the Y, ntnid ;tianspncf:s of tho --
coiailry, which tra;ercctlbly, lait surely.
ariiatusts iuc litrtnxih tf nllbut native a.
Tho teinpciT.turo rraiuts Lietwccn 83 and
7 7 di-gs. You may pekh your kocs i
nigbtt end iiij.be imoiiui-k t hoy will be"
r-jvpred with niiidew. All of the lictive.H
go nude. Two ot'the tribes nre veryjjgbt.
colored and pretty.. Tke fifll dress of tho
men 1:3 a tall hat iau! j.uyunbrelhu Then,
.m general, nil the iukTv iPlr.ed infatenees
arc the. stronger. IV-l'.e chiidien of itnnii
rrr.nts bavo neverfi een i.ny civilization ,
but j hat of their pftritas, nnd tlicy'sooa
learn to r;o ne.de, like the .'rcj-.t kmjority
cf pooplo r.lxa.t tin. 111. There nre 1 u,:iy
oth evil things alic-ut kiln ria of which I
cinnot rpca!i now. When 1 went to Li-lx-ri:i
I lh(nght 1 v.-.-oitul every ncro to
America to pack bis nchel nnd- po to t!:at
penalise. Kow I say to tin m, stay aw ay
iior.i it. Only eklmkd Amerk-au i:C:rtx.
i thurc !!ow. 'i'lit y i.te hel ,to go by
tke Colonisation reeiety. ' lde motive. of
Uie 8c'iety are ''., bet they do not know
the truth about k:l-ri-'i.'!
'Wh.1t-r.10 r-on:e ftrikinj ac3- ux lit :
: tke eom'.ition -i tho country!'" '
"There is not a Lerse.or n re.nle or r .
fiekr.ss in the. count ry. The cows iito
r.bont irs l t:' r.s New foundlraid dof rtitv '
rive no l.iilk. 'Jhe oxen nre nsolo-k
There is nt ti carria; y or wn;;ou t r' cvea
a whcelbi'iTfiW in the r public, and there,
ure not three plows corned in' tiie whedei
pormlation. 'i hey haveiu sectetarv of tlie
navy, but not iteunoc-toB fi mv. txji.t 1 hey
have a .secretary of w-at,'but Twa a eunjan.'
to' lire a salute.' Tl.e army ce i;.- ists of 417 .
Bol-licr.", of whcTn' Jf&S are bfUci-rs and V.i
privates. -The h i.-dn litre meets nimuail -tiiid
on.-lt.- oi'.t-ifjht st-iiulors und thirtei e
veprc?e!:tativcs who htand for 2,
vuler -.. The natives are not- rtprTsciit.-d
i 1 the r-overmeut. The president U l
1. .k.)i;-ti, . uo was Ixati there 1
Atiieyk-r.il j an ats. lie .vcars a li::--n
elu.tcr iu addition .to bis pjux bat i:ul
umbrclhu ll.i aep'-iats nil. the oil ice r
fi-!:- m"m" crs i f lis .tirWnet down j
ioi!.-,!ntl Nearly every .tcr U an elfi
cer 1 Mla,;: lind.
'V.'h' U the l.vn :k-rm.t ardveii lu Is tt.et '
by the 1 : 1 . : L i r . 1 P n e ef tla eoi;ntry,'v.le h .
coiisi.ts i f 1 lie Pile and one drum. I-nTer,"
he :..eet ; the -P'i,- ,rv bujvaii, a'.'.'i X-u
drivers. Tbe-se- nri- ant. 'ihe taiKH-bu-p:s'belie.-e
in w.ina:i ride. Theyarceenv
nnind'-il ly a en. v. ho J i x bi: im n
nian'i; two rhniabs inn! k.k. like i wau
' piece-cf bc en. ;die ai.d h -rollovrers ,vll 1
i aaaytr.ia.' bat ir n. iVu may bu'kl ?
la a-c one day. and tke aexf day, if yw
w r-re U Htrike it, the- whole slrueture-
"Tic driver Iva-d they will it
Tr. a mar., 'ii.yy have inteii tiuuve.
ttiul the I.l.t iv'r. n.rrret in.es .t.ndi a e.iii.-
iaal or ;.n ia ioy by lyr.-n l.itn
to 1. Ire-?-
uXi' bin: I
me (Uie;!'.' ii;-'-''- ' f the eonntry. Tkey
uiaryh l.b.e .n aimy, in a ( lonely knitte i
lils uutiiU-riiw liiyi-lMds. They have
cueriih;, . c-dota-is, uiptaii.n,. )ieiit4o:at
y anil priv.i!c.i, ninktta aee-oiettng v t-tto.
I l:e :.-n' Mi r-. l.alt a? mu fi?a i:aec
.iln.-Ier. They .;: every hita tuii-k-uxi.
'native-' iii--: obliiretl to bnlfw -tw .ke
dav. 1 -t be! ir th dfker would ovei-wl.'-bi'
ih' in". A b- a eaist rUT, afior
trrilila a vit'l'a to death, will make n
v.i'ii -ir.-r.it :.i-ni:.d the lxly-1 1C urv
thai no dre.'-rs mv near.. The f crp at
kn-iw.s that aa. r hn Im.t pvvxillmrc'd ti c
b. .' he uaiM sleepHnd 1f the- h i'. e i s
can.;!:! hiia iu hi.- pmudial tlinaber,
tbey w.a.l.'. via iilm up. 'ine driers Sslt
a-brtuj' 1, Peat t s tee u ire-nth. The-n yVu
have to (;.- away i.iiti.l they urif poll'-."
.What d-i the ie.t.'.e do f-.r a beiiif?'
'T l.'l only iAy that they eiarn tk ir
livii-4 in a. dbTiy-at way from anybiy in
Ac.t tf a. 1. eniu.'.t aia'v.-i r that que; i;i u
with propriety et " Nev
re.i-1 lliprcpa -'' r
Tho Titellfitf l3-jcpt!e.
I he flyf nt'e traveler I3 n ierwl fn
;':s;'r;- .ti; incar.'iatlon cf the injury
r-p-b e-'i!ip:.iy, whether lor i tit; Tt
; .. L' j is a 1 t of ick !.: en le-
i:. ..r'-.a.t b 'M r ;.k. o thl' a.tenit:, U
- '. '''.-... - xou P jk it kit trov.-n-;
- !. ' !,uvc V"ii fi-e-1 th.it if k Sas
1. a i
!.r ia h!.- irr-att ne l-.v c. t-..
i.'id 'iie tvMiLorgan-i i.re iu t
aii:.y f.cai-e.'U-h ' hc-r. lit
11 -the iaci.icnts'bf U-;r. a '.!
.OiA .li s
B pareiitly "'-.- to one piacy laere.'r u-caa-e
be is "h-ir'i-u-d with unothei. lie
ft.-ews ' ;' ; Paa wherever be livtU, ai-.it.
Vt'iM bax i'ie!e the workl Vith tt prtar
mi tin a r tn the inside if lie turn !:
glytA ti rou tract Vil G&'feu.U.
7'Z-: Vv lo AT:iti Work..
I ip abt !? - if a Mir.e sful'mart j'q
the city . f :
ekl. kc!;ed -c '.
w Voih wboHu li te-
ry lay i-i "v?ry wek by mt .
v.hijiii he can: o? uiioa io tnm awny: i
I.a a who watit work f T wbathat v.er;
w.k briii t lb. Pi; ly vn-n to nw bnn-.-tb;..
l.c-.vy ;!.vi-l ah the pi'k' ii'
tdr.-i::cei.-, ai-.'-who wtubln't know Vi iaiX u
ti.j v, ;i!i cither tlie one or tlie otlu r; le
laon who have n pnt, but whot-e present -rfh:rk,
w ho e t atiiie is obscured; ty -iiV
to w hoia tb" ten eporary relief of or-.-l -tacarii.
oht '.-. little; by ecu wbo t..
clothed i'h the frarmcuta of despair;
of their utter inability to find tmp.-yrf -suiacientiy
r. miiiierative V) keep a 1 .
over their he.yl.t andelothinx on ti
bodies, well led. J-.-e Howard's !. , 1
Children Cr for Pitchers jCastorl.;..
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