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LINCOLNTON, N.tC., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1895.
f "l J II
a x w m va- uvvnu i uu laey use an ear ar-
MOiNiliX AitWUMlVNT mt to prove it. They iay.il a.
mercnant advertises that ha will
WpGE ALDUEDGE AT pay 25 cents a dozen for eirea so
v-c none as ne tiart thA nbib'tv 4n .lr-
all that come, opera will Ka rAfk
sound Sense and Sound 25cpnt.n .11 .u "
onoy. The 16 to "l C8nU in that country. But
Theory of "Unlimited uiercuani aia not late
nemand" Demolihed. I tnem 1 Suppose when a fanner
aroye up to his store the merchant
The speech of Judge George N. sai( to him : My friend, you
AJdredge, of Texas, at the Bank- misunderstood me. I am not buy-
ara Convention in Atlanta eggi ; I am simply counting
Wednesday, deserves a far more ing them, certifying that they are
liberal airing than it got in the good and handing them back to
press dispatches of Thursday. It yu' What would eggs be worth?
ii well that the convention has or- The same of old 10 to 15 cent per
dered it printed and distributed, dozen. Under unlited coinage the
After declaring that no country I government would not buy silver,
L the world has a silver standard I nor guarantee the value of the
from choice, Judge Aldredge went I coins. It would stamp itwithout
on to show that while all gold I recourse. Silver would come from
tandard countries use BilVer liber-1 every country in the world, and
llv, no silver standard country I the government would be a fool to
oies any gold whatever. It fol- undertake to guarantee the value
jows,theretore,that the Bound mon- of the coins by trying to preserve
ev the gold standard advocates, I the parity between the metals. It
ire the true bi-metalliBts, while the I a herder drove a lot 'of cow ponies
treenlver 16 tol believers are the I through the mint and they were
real mono-metallists. The sound I branded'llOO horses' and delivered
Bioney people are the friends of I to the owner at the other end of
lilver money, who would bring to I the building, it would not improve
its aid the power of the Rovern-1 ine breed of the ponies nor create
meat to keep it good, and the free a Wlld- demand for them at the
Lilver people are its enemies who, brand price. Oar government has
I ' 'It A.-VN. V-V
fcv unlimited coinage, would take 1081 luuuwiuw trying to create
from it the guaranty of parity by I uemana ior silver, lor tne sole and
fee government, and thereby de 1 separate uae, behoof and benefit of
pade it to its market value. We I y10 "Iver mine owner, by buying
ire now coining silver at the ratio I it when it did not want it and had
of 16 to 1, and can do so safely be-1 no need of lW and the silver min
cause we can restrict the amount I mK 'villian still pursues' it ! Un-
10 coined. Confidence is lost when I cle Sam nas' this silver on hand
that power is taken away from the I now- 1 would load a two-horse
I government, and it is no longer I wagon tram 173 miles long.puttmg
The 1 1wu pounds on eaoh wagon and
et old by loving lips to innocent
ch .dhood, hat made millions of
tr iihful men andVomen. What
w t.ld be the effect in this country
upon unborn generations, of a
sb ry like this: At the close of
th. nine-teenth century the people
of the Unitod States became so
corrupt they repudiated one-half
th:-ir debts by paying them in
money worth only half of its face
''An American in a foreign land
looks with a swelling heart upon
lOid Glory as it proudly flaunts
the breeze, the symbol of liberty
and honor. Pass this act of repu
diation and he will look upon it
with shame. For enthusing pur
poses we might as well pull it down
and run up a dish-rag."
the eloquent speaker is evident
ly an Optimist and does not believe
the blight of an interior currency
will ever.be tolerated by the Amer
ican people, the majority of whom
we believe and hope, will echo a
hearty "amen" to these conclud
ing words :
"Our country is in no danger of
repudiation. This 16 to 1 coinage
clamor is but one of the manifesto
tions of hard times, brought on by
the rate panic. On low lands in
the night time a deadly miasma
accumulates, but when the bright
sun climbs over the hill tops and
shoots his purifying rays into the
bottom, the miasma is dispelled,
the atmosphere is sweetened and
made wholesome, and men go forth
into their daily avocations with as
surance ot health. In spite of all
the isms that have Afflicted us, in
spite of the demagogism on the
stump and in the legislative halls,
this country is rapidly advancing.
HISTORY OF THE
1873 COINAGE ACT-
whi: 1 B71 1 grains wen-wir. kiK, r.
thMn.i Uinj; .K2.1. Ti..
act o January IS, 127. rlt.-
Nil OOXftriRAOr AXI NO tunmlard ig!it to 41:! urain
AVOIDANCE OF but i icfcae th lin-m.-- m .ti.
PCUL1CITT. I th5 rvJAtltitY of nutv wikrr ti .
main'.ng 87H. a Ufon. and ai
Every Stop la :1h WIo th rat it Mill cin-tl in
Fortli. Tho Am, In- nuti.l amount.
Miond of TlMntr Con 3lr. Knox tnn tntl'iliiit ih-
(Inmnod, Hhonld IIo Ho- co in a of th silver doJUr pi.-.
Cnaotnd. Ithe hiutorv of which in 1i.t ii.mi.
j - - - - r- "
it discontinue! in th pro) !
THE niiTORT OP THE bill. bill. He xi "It i bv hut tin
it wu a lull immed in the dollar unit, and alumni?
t;. 17. r-jKril Lack 5,-T,'fi
il'-' r. ilh at.l.-:?!;u-:it4. 1
' . ami nsAii r
t.:r !tich 1- l-7. u,.uia.,,,lr; (;(,lni;(f .Ia po
i ifi or riu: ot?Tn.
able, to protect its credit.
i j i a f !ii a ? lor M n rr thotn ryn-nr-rr Ihivtv faat 3
iimpiest Kino 01 illustration usea "-6 w"Wtl,,u AW Onr factories are taxed to their ut-
ty the speaker exactly describes each in line; and I am mean mogt with order8 and the taxes of
theBituation: "A merchant could enough to want to see him get evn uaVA ftVftrv.
Tery wen guarantee tne expenses "--.6 where volunUrily raised. Price
othis clerk if he were allowed tonew dal anybody's benefit.
that have been depressed by the
wntrol the expenses, but if the At tne unlimited coinage ot sii- panicareimprovinff. Sinister Dis-
clak demands free and unlimited I ver by our government can bring contentj witn ali ber impf) jg flee
ixpenses, then the merchant would Ut to par, the immediate effect ine before the benign presence of
hye to stand from under and let would be to start everv mine and I oro-meritv. and in after vears the
the expenses take care of them-1 niill in the world running at its Levies of to-day will only be re-
lehes." utmost capacity ; a large portion membered as a troubled dream.
The speaker referred to the stock I of the unemployed capital of the xh - American people are honest
2 trgnment of the silver people that I world would seek this field,and the an( patriotic. Uoon this rock we
hilver demonetisation had reduced I bowels of the mountains of the bniUl onr faitll and an the aee8 and
the price of wheat, etc. He denied I ear ' n would De torn asunder to get ae( ncie8 of truth are onr8 for the
this, showing that since 1873, the 1 tne benefit of the double price. In BUI erstructure." Charlotte Ob-
iowing of the . vast Northwestern I i,uuu,wu ot silver was Bervor nct . 19th.
praries in wheat, had increased the I mined and sold at about o5 cents
imount to such an extent that the I Per ounce. If the price was raised
price went down. The improved lt r cents per ounce, tne lo to ii Harper's V eekly says :
A Safe Prediction.
birvesting machinery, and the ex- price, what would the harvest be? ' Sb return to protective legis-
Wsion of railroads for transport-1 1X119 three will solve thellat on is possible in the next two
mg it to market gave impetus to I problem. If a railway engine will I yei r, and there is no reason to ap-
wheat raisiDg. The result was I run ninety mil68 an hour on sixty. I pr nend a return to it at any time
OTer-nroduction. but a eold stand-1 three pounds of steam pressure, 1 Mc svinley is dead."
ud .had nnthinir tn with the how fast would it run on 126 1'liia is about as safe a predic-
Tf fl I ponnds of pressure? Tha blasted I tio i as could be made.
t,r,0 i; -w- - thins would have to ston once in a A he country has at last had an
1 Uted bv supply and demand- while and wait for its shadow to OK ' trJ a Democratic
? t...w . ... ... , L.v - tor.il and the result w a vindica-
oft the wheat fields of the North- Thi. hite it off about right The ' of that measure. The indu ¬
ct, and in one or two weeks ate speaker contended that the under- r ot tne country are m lar on-
rvire-MH Ul but) IV w X ttIKU- l-rf n I , , , . . . jr. . - x-
r - mentis aociahsm. and continued -lent tariff went into effect. None
uu UllUUB ttUU SCUV lUVUi I f - . , v 4Vn..'1n i.:.t.
Sees back into the neighborhood "The movement means repudia- K he Pfcie.
L4L - . . , , , , t; ah oioo i wan.Jit vould bring have been verified.
muse 01 iocj. rne oia nayseeas i vv"- ww FJ wwi . - . . ,
4ft u...a.i..t.:t. -Ui.. Lnddreamfl. It is an fiffort tn M Our foreign trade has increased
7v RUCflf LUO IiaUllB Ul tllO UiilliUii I r
Treasury department' by a diatin- value of gold to t 15 Umr that
gushed body of expwrta, and did of aihvr, N-ing aWut tin- in.tu.
not come into CgrMi in the or- ratio for th pnt ix y nr-. i
dinnryway. Mr. Boutwell, the worth in gold a premium ..f
then SocreUry of the Treasury, about thiv wr ct-nt. (it vain
was the author of the bill (two hi- IwinK 103.12). and iiilrini..illv
statHment in the Boston Herald morn tlian 7 iv.r ciit. prMniiitii in
Sunday, July 9, 1593), and wai othvr nilvf r coin, tlm vain.- il.u
aiwiated by Mr. Pollock, long a baing 107.42. TIip im-nt law
director of the mint; Mr. John J. conwuently authorize W.thii jf.hl
Knox, who then hld the office of dollar unit and a ilv r dollar
Deputy Controller of the Currwti- unit, differing from nrh oth-r in
cy; Mr. Linderman, who wa di- intrinnic value. Thpr nt n-.ld
rector of the mint; Mr. Pattersou, dollar piece madn thf d..lUr
who wan Superintendent of the unit in the proposed bill,
mint at Philadelphia, aud many silver dollar ircf indioiittmil
other experu. With the above Hxplnnntioti ..
The bill wan framed after althebill, the Pinnii'v ('tniuit t-
moit elaborate cornidpondence, of th Svnnte rTivHl ih.- m!1.
which ia contained in ..the oflicial had it priiitetl, literally di-tnl.ui-documentu
communicated to Con- d itf and coiiiidHrinl it from April
grea at that time. Thousands of 1870, to lVcemUr, and uj-mi l-
copies of this bill were circulated cembr 19. 170 unanim.u-lv p -
o everyone who desired to read it, I ported it to the S-!at.
or could be prevailed upon to read! Mr. Sherman in hit -i.--.-lt in
it, in order to obtain the sense the Senate August .'U), yx. tni.
and judgement of the exjerU of "tiiat the dollar dropjil from i li..
our country in respect to the coin-1 coinage by the alnjvt. bill u- ati
age, and thoe answers are printed lunk nown coin, and that h. up t
in a public document Communica-1 Decetnlr, 1870, althouuh ipnt
ed to Congrwa ujon tho call of I active in buitieM which brought imv- i:i
me iioudox iiepreni&tived ne-iunuer nt y dinerviu i-rn- m
ore a single step. waa taken by I money, did not rnniemWr r t"
Congress in regard'to the bill. . lhave a silver dollar, ami
The bill containa.. seventy-one probably if it had l-m m-ntion-d
sections, but Mectionri 15 and IS of to the Senatorial Finance im
the bill are the only onen against mittf and dicued, it w.uld
which the charge has been made have leen thought a a matti r. f
that they were surreptitiously in-lcouiv, mrArcely worthy of in
corporated into it and paed, andlquin."
on account of which this storm of I Everv Senator from th- Pacific
invective against the bill has sol Coast spoke upon th iii.nur
lonj; raged. land he Senator from Nvndn. Mr.
section 15, Stewart, the gentleman who rnnu-
"nd bd it further enacted, that into Kentucky to help Jo. t.k n
of 1 1.3 silver coin, the weight of leadirv: part in that dflmtf. and
the ' alf dollar, or pieie of fifty the J lv vc-n and nav vot ver
cent s shall be reiiectivelv, one-l take i upon th menAur in tho
hal: md one-fifth of the weight of Svnr t ? chow that Mr. Strwart.
sau: lalf dollar. That the silver Novi c a. votd for th bill, ar.d
coin Issued in conformity vriththe that John Shormnti vtl ncaint
nTbm i section fihnll be lecal tender! it. 1 ho bill pafHl th S'lml''
- ------ --c i
O i April 9. Iju'J. th ,U ratn
up i i tin lfotiw for oMi-iilr.ittn.
Mr. Hpr. in a carefully pr
ar J b i. inn f-oliiinn.
plni! l tbi pr'ii"n- of t-a:b M.
lion u( t ti- bill. In tbi- rh
j k.. v..luui Hr.. t,n-
Cr- i't'ial f 1 -) h-raT:
Wti.m !." ri.tni tb pn
vii.n ( tli. itiu Ian 1. tin
inz ihf -ili r o.iii nnd tbir
s5it r-ft tvi-ly, f&i-pt in r
latiou to tlf -ilvi-r dollar. bih
i- r-duotl in w-i!t friim W'Ji
Kraut to r.M u'ram-. tl.u- m.Vn.-
tt a -ill nliarv cin. m )i;triif!i
uith tli m1i r i-m- !: l . !.
nuiiiiat i. mi. , f-ur' it (-in-ur-r-nt
I'iriMiIat i.n ith tb-iu. Th
-ihtr th.llar .f 111' i?raii, l.
ra n it I tt 1 1 1 t or mtritii
vabi". lui'4 i:rnt r than it - nor
mal alu. lo?t; i"-a- . U a
iti i.f ririMilat and - n. lfl
by iiianufa't urr- rnr
1 1 il--- n! nu nri'iil'ito m t-..tn-1
1 1 -r - 1 1 t run-art nn- milli an
U!fr". Mini fh- I'ullV S !-1 A
til- inatiufa-l ur-r- in t!n r--
iM-r,iii l ' 1 1 t" I ni-t l -uj-pl
Vini: iimll -taiujl m r - ..I lb
-am' -tandard. aibi; 1 1 u-.
! ...i-iiM- .. 1 1 1 1 1 1 c lb il"!l.ir
ir t hal purjr -
T!i lbtU-- riiii"! m1"1 I !i- N
''ill, far h -il r a iiriMI .
miIv by prnlm f.r r b-al
t"ni!"r (or b-bi $'t. m anv :
pavni'iit. and in lln- brm,
Mav J7. l7-'. i.a- .I it v. a- I in
Our lroprriry Csomrefed
! h Norlborn JanmaT
w'riinl IVetlof mn tho
1 ii nr.
Ot.. ..ftb.. tu-.t f.amri of tht
Atla'.ta Cttnti Kvj-ition i th
r-v. xum wliirh it i th mnscf
tfivii,.-to tb.. S.utl,. rti p"op!tr
tb. -. r.!ial bn- . nt. rlairMj to
ward th. ui . ib. ,r Northern fd-l.M-..nflrv,..I,
S.m.. cvt-n of
th.-c:.i ..l rA. r-..f thS.uth-
rn Mat- do not bitlrrtt to
b.t.. ' all'.l tin. n ad"iuttflr
I .... i .-ii
.... , -I....J.U s
rii.r iti il . t'. aim. rrmbApj-al,
"T!.. w!i. t-ditjj(
lb- ..ft!. rn pa r-fuu-t rvrliu
lv bj.- - u mipr- l itb th
ir.jl; t,' ii, . Lnv
in.- oiii a i.c-tiii pnni.i in
llif Nlirtf MaV l7l. and r -
b rrd t th Fman" "innott
and f"p-r"d bn'k by it n l- m
r I'V l7lV "prj--in; m.bt
Vition ( nlv on iiii (! .:
l") bv -u'"titiit mc tb irwd- d-I-bir
of pii ;riin. in pla- i tb"
d-'llar .f IWl crnin. in iordan
with th" i-b"- f rb" ! i'.r it
bullion uj-mi PiO'ii1..- t-.ii.
tbut '-in? '-idrtl bt ili ni :
i bo !t"ot nd Mfit n ir
:. i , o 1 u--l for -ii:mm ii "
rl Jfip.i l. nd - f"-i'-
!tt of I ';f. i f' ; r
'"i;t o h.ilf j r nt i'i
thu nnki:; 1 1 -
in. nt uiil. vh.. , !V j1-t. mea.
ti. !,.,! i!,.. AtUiitn KiMitiua.
T! " Int. -41, 11 it a publicity that
li -uKl pi-- 1 1 iiiaiiwciiM-nl and
th- S-.titl-rn j..i.i.- cnrallr
N"t ..;.! l.ut !, ritirD ut
ti - Noiih nr.- t-il:n- jaitu,
it in. to in-, i.i Mtr.-!ii.' i milh
' l"r m.ii" nod pr n All
tin- -i--aL-nii-ht loud and pUc
or tri'tid- in an .-ntiftb lii?ht
' TI." truth j-. I. wbobato a,
.-..ti.jd-r !.- nut' Hinl ,4 pr-judic,
f. I .1 cr' in?; ki'idif- to nfd ij'jf
n iT ! 1 - r it.trtli ,,i 1jji-. I
J n not K-in ib" ul-tAUt:4d
ud . vt. !.!. d b.-fM- to author. tJ
nt. rpn, .. .ri..ii- lmd, tothv
i!!!j.-!-1. it., in. .f )(,!,, ibftQ
Tf tliout'littu) i ak whv
tin- -. and d.-niMiid M i-fiiCtorV
r-ply , iv Soiitli. rn nutlmr ml-iii.-t
In- l- n r--.-?iir-l bv L
Norl h l fn- nrrit r ! I tw ciiitlcn
in il.. .itli. And .f ot'ior
111 iiim. an 1 ..j !n-f oifial baro
1- n ..j- 1,. t!l d. -rii- th- f,jl
r.f. r-iic" no-. ut,d i., bv w
Mr-!- -liL-r to -Noiilm bar.
v..r- ? a u -ofii.btnt- iijflJ.
1 5-1 Jfcat I
1 . '
iv , a r i 1 1 e. 1 1 1 a. tiii Aiiart'eiv. more men auu nuiueu niu
ttww! m and the kind of a multiplica-1 a leit-nanueu oanwupt oux, uoi " " "
fi Li ... v . B , . .p 1, fwflf rsf fnr,f0 employed arid the average of their
y iaiazuenensea inreguiaungtnei 1 ' -u,: ua nA.
I flhf.nr whn rannnt. nav. hnt for tna I ""5 " ;
in r: y payment of debts for all
sun; less than one dollar
'And be it further enacted, that
no 'oin, either gold,, silver, or
minor coinage, shall hereafter be
isaut .1 from the mint other than
that- of the denominations,
standards and weights herein set
Thi above two section were
confined in the Treasury bill
when said bill wa9 forwarded to
the Chairman of the Senatorial
Fin tnco Committee, and section
18 remained a above quoted
pweaae in hia family" took! the
triicj for Chicago, commenced nch as well, who can pay, but
W ,VFJ sWinir uhoot .n irnVA nil tbft I want to beat their creditors. The
HttiWfi la ... j jai rrn.
0,aart Alecks in the citv. poor.man ib noi m ueuu iuo oor
Mr.Aldredee thus humorously I porationfl,8 peculators ind plungers
convincinRly knocks in the I generally constitute the debtor
the armiment that unlimited class. JJ-very wage-earner oeionRS
mtg will create unlimited de- to the creditor class. No one
Biand: '. I would be benefitted by lb to 1
"The 16 to 1 neonle tell us that coinage except the debtor class.
coinage of silver wUl create un-1 Even the mine-owner would not
ted demand for it Thev de- r tne temporory sumuius given
-1. I. ! !i.
to give us the howness or the j to auver wouia increase iw pre
ereforeness of this new-born de-1 duction until the price would fall
d,but with child-like faith, 1 below what it is now. Un the
expect it to rise in all its otner nana, aii wouia suner. ixa
ty.aa the fabled VenaB rosf. bill for free coinage of eUver at 16
the froth of the sea. They to 1 were to pass one house of
T the demand will come, as the Congress, and it was ascertained
eirth Dav Adventists tell us the that it would pass the other house,
will come, and if their nicnic I & that the President would sign
ea off first, they will not need t, the panic that would ensue
silver ; the demand will be for would be that of 1893 whit a tor-
I 1 A. W I
unlimited water. They naao 18 w B wpuyr.
tend, if this government takes I "A republic rests entirely upon
.flfe mlvii. tii.4 t ift frt I the morals cf its people. The
"ilver will be worth par all over story of Washington and his hatch
justed itself to present conditions
and will resent any effort to dis
turb them.' -
Some of the ablest Republican
leaders realize this fact and are
fighting shy of the tariff issue.
Others, however, insist on putting
that issue to the front next year
and this is the main idea back of
the effort to nominate. McKinley.
We do not believe that the Re
pvblicahs will dare go further than
a straddle on the , tariff question
and there is no doubt that the
Democrats will stand the ground
they have already taken. Atlanta
Wash and. Iron. Whale-
Jan. JO, 1S71, by a voteof rj'.t.i I i. t.,r.
and 19 sent to the Hu . ubsrb 1
failel to pa it for want f iim
alth'i gh the bill had U- n print-1
ed, r? orted Imck by Mr. K H-v. j
the airman of the (inniiiit j
on C) nage, etc.. when nn m-t:l-men
n the nnture f ubiiui. .
whet t va again prititel.
Or March 9. 171. Mr. K-1!
intrt dicel tho bill in th Fori-
scoi o Con?r.. wh'ii it n- r
derel )rintel and frntl to ii.-Com-uittee
on Cnnni:'. tr.. l,-n
Or lanuarv lb 1?T-, th- bill
. b" ." - f. 1 ! t.
i-.ilf-doHnr. or lin w .
1 .... .
.: !l V
.. i:;.irf"r-'. ".r. r
-: p:-.. ;i ds1.-.
1 : .itid ! !i w :
, ! 1 :i r -l,n!l 1
r -l .ill l-N q-i -f . j
bi 1 ,
! -' .. i !
: ! !. it : ''UtitiUt
iil I . .
o.- fl.. ?;"
j, i d 1 !
.. I - .
17. I ":..
uni i. t in i--n :ii ioin- 1 1-
ti Jaiiu.irv 1 . 1 ii r a iu-
mil;. ot (!ifr iu - . .1 apj-int-
l. and tliv prompt I af - l up-
11 tb.'ir r j..ri-.
Tbi-H.ill n- print"! tbirl-ii
1 un.-- by or.b r of ioi,r---. a -
ioni. r i at !nitb bv tl Fi-
throughout the whole history of an rvtwrteil iy .Mr. k ii
the bill, and was enacted into lawlChairrian of the Ciimc"roiniuit-
as iz. U above quoted, so no further tee, with the rvcomm. lulatiot
reference need be mada to' section that it pa, and in hi- o-funk'
13. (speech said: 'The S-nat tik up
passaoe THROUdn cosorkss. the bill and actetl upon it dunnc
Soction 14 of the above bill pro- the lat Congren and Mit it t
vides that the gold coins of the the IIoum?; it wo reierr-ti f in
United'Statesshallbea one dol- Committer on Coinage. Wi-ht
lar niece, which at the standard MeaMunw andrecrivnl a.ar
weight of twenty-rive and eight- axunviou a - n,nc.- v onimiu i mc
tntha fffAina ahull be the unit of mittev to beitow on otiV tm:i-ur-. j,mj t,.. ,ma ..rnuutt of m
value etc. I w proceed with great d-lit--ration jj, durins b- dirT-r nt
- I . .1 1 '11 .1. I fe.t St. m t
In the report accompanying the to go over me oui, noi .nn. ati u- o. i-ai ui-.n in
inUoduction of 'the bill, under Uon by action, nut line n n , ,1,.. N,S1. ..ruj.v uiy-u
A.l r a'I or: i?n ff rbnlandword bv word : th- bill tin ...dunin- of th- lilol. and in lb
uw u. .u,v - I . . . . ...I..
t. v - r.n. V. n.lnnt r?ivel tne ame nairiii' 1 ii,, .-m v- itrtii t-duiiin !
rency. irives the history of the sil- consideration Irom tn-miium lh.. y
ver dollar and the reasons for iU pn Uomage 01 mm imu, 1 1..-.-r.-iry ..1 m- ir -ur
of each metnt.r pnurrd t.aii.nl il i. 'lar-inl atltitlH
UiKVUUilUOUVi UU iuiiu, - -
Genuine whalebone can be uied
the second time by soaking the
bsnt pieces in boiling water for a
few moments and ironing them
straight while warm and pliable,
November Ladies' Home Jour
"The dollar unit, as money , of a copy of the bill, and thr h- rucTr4 to th bill iu Ui nnul
count, was esUblished by act of boen a thorough examination of ,..r 1 . 1'2 mt
mgress April 2; 1792, and the Uie bill again." C-nsr
provideefor tho coinage lonai uiooe, Toiunic h-..ik-- i 1 .union in- r.ru an
r dollar of the value of a I On January 10, 1S72. tl. bill I atlm,.r , ,1,,. riian?. ibat itb-
of. a silver
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iN-r.i pi- t"-"rd tht
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r ..f ?-ni-uinr -.rurr.ent.
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pr ! i .r "ji.i..:, ..f ijuarrel
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l-ta. ;i ..fth :,t.d S-.tatb fofrf f r
1 1 r" 1 n. 1... m .r r -m for
j. or !i.tibt l t:i Mi-
ir!:xi 1 1 anl T I tbfcti
tb-r i l-tm.n Ma-Acbu--tt
r.ncni ni ir orta
ju-t n IovaI ntid prob.jjndm fnrd
Inp f..r 11 Sath tby bar for
any tb-r rtjon ,f ,.yf ciiaou
o'UMrv. fi.l lbt fri-ndbi? lm
not at all ifmjtibb. it!i ncji-
lonai n-ic:U.rly proit arai&il
r-rtaiu -.tithni t ?i. ! m tr.at
t-r of diti r "-ducaUon. For
our pit, if.- pr- jr.-d t tak-
th.-.. oii,rad"lil' adtnonitjo-ut in
tb -am.- hiM t pint m which
our 1- tiiak. ib-m. If our
S-utbrn bf.-i!ir-n inrrlv t
b-. that Nrtbrni mrthd in
cN-riam rxrd ar -rapabl- of tsi-
prov.-in.-lit. lb-v bould tot h-i-tat.
to -ay Tb-y aurily .r
riJ- v' l:ii ' 1 :ii. Jtt. I waa atrain reconimitt"!, and n I glUi ibi- kiioa bnltr. .r 1-on.nt of
asthetameu now current. The 7Jk Kto ffli- ti th' "f - ui brd and f.md f.atnoU.m t.
UverdoUarwaa first coined in Tbr Samuel Hooter, printed - rl.anl fmm .tlr t., U rtam rli.t. of oUr Northern
17W, weighing 410-grains, of and recommitted, and on F-bru- (O.minu.d on o.nd 12-) h-pulatio:,.iton Journal.