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LINCOLNTON, N. C, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1895.
THE MESSAGE OF
DECEMBER, 8, 18S5.
bas .OhanjcedThe Way
He Htood In 1885.
Bisrence id our present coarse, is a
matter of concern to every patri
ot i: citizen who does not desire bis
G eminent to pay in silver such
of ts obligations as should bo paid
in : ;old. Nor should our condition
be men as to oblige us, in a pru
de i t management ot our affairs,
to 'iiscontinue the calling in and
pnvment of interest-bearing obli-
gj t:ons, which we have the right
n( v- to discharge and thus avoid
tb payment of further interest
1 he so-called debtor ! class, for
whose benefit the continued com-
and women of th land, most de
fenceless of all, w-11 find that the
dollar receivd for the wages of
their toil has sadly shrank in its
purchasing power. Itrmay be' said
that the latter result will be tern-
Bean porary, and that ultimately the
price of labor will be adjusted to
the change; but even if this takes
Xnthine more inmortant than Place the wa8e worker cannot pos-
1 the present -condition of our cur- ?lb1 2ain' but mQ9t inevitably
rencv and coinage can claim your lo"e amce the Price he i compelled
attention. to pay for hl8 livlQ not only
Since-February, 1878, the Gov- bs measured in a coin heavily de-
: ernment has. under the compulse- Prsciated and fluctuating and un-
ry provisions of law, purchased certain in its value, but this un-
fliK-pr bullion and coined the same certainty in the value ot the pur
t the rate of more than 2.000.000 chasing medium will be made the pi-ory coinage of silver is insisted
of dollars every month. By this Pretext for an advance in prices ure a, are not dishonest because
twoopssud to the present date 215, beyond that Justified by actual de- th w are in debt, and they should
" 70-41. Qiivflr .drtllurR havA precialion. ne t be suspected of a desire to
-SA. The words uttered in 1834 bv ie'iardize the financial safety ot
a reasonable annreciation of a Daniel Webster in the Seriate of th ' country.in order that they may
delation of power to the General the United States are true today : caiV?el their Pent debu by
Government would limit its exer- "The very man of all others who
ci6e- without express, restrictive has the deepest interest in a sound
words, to- the people's needs and currency, and who suffers most by
the i requirements of the public wel- mischievous legislation in money
fare. matters, is the man who earns jus
TJpon this theory the authority daily bread by his daily toil."
v I f x i.- j- :i lTLe pittance of the widow and the
i aY- flnnnfitn i F -i norm ito I rf himatdl 1 1 ant M 10inoatnrF i-rl Ml I I
J . , A t! w 1 orphan and the incomes ot tho our currency: (1)
of bullion for coinage in any event, "No American citizen's hand has
does not justify such purchase and yet felt the sensation of cheapness,
coinage to an .extent beyond the either in receiving or expending
aiftbunt needed for a sufficient cir-
' " The desire to utilize the silver
product of the country should not
Thn LouisvllU Couner-Joornil
say -4llio free silver Argument' in
Kentucky has been bsaed largely
but that cx-
in c tne same in aepreciaiea aoi-
N"or should it be forgotten that
it i not the rich nor the money-
lei.der alone that must submit to
su-li a rejuatment, enforced by the
Government and their debtors.
I n 1 872 when the "Board" schools
wc.-e organized Mr. Gladstone coi:luiive fact
pA I o l in Hibli time.
to make the schools secular. In- G pernor McCreary iurns the -ar-
at d nf dontin- the nrincinle Kn uPn tbcra lhu,:
nr lament resorted to ti comnro-
. I .. ... .
mi , and that compromise like all ioin reierrei w
otr r involving a vital principle, I It his been said that Abra-
hf been a failure. The set pre- nan bought a burying ground
vi' d among other things forthe mriEpbram tor which he paid
pt: ment of subsidies to denomina- shekels of silver, and that
tio al or sectarian schools, based JeiCTiiah bought a field of Htnn-
ur -i a ty?r caniia alio ance. v . t -
Th :e is a loud and growing de- lvcr- An eximmfJon ofthw
m u d for its abolition, a demand fUt-ments in the Bible will show
wl. -h comes from alt sections of thi t in each transaction tbv silver
sori !tv except the extreme opp-r, W84 to the vendor. There
hm whirh U mn.t viroronrs and "Y references in the Bibl-
vp-. mnnl in diflPtilincr or nonCOD
for-list circles. The opponents or -was paiu, ouu ... .v.
th law as itstands havo differences trsn.action the silver was weighed.
It . ! .1 - J -
of , ninion as to its rectification : uing mai silver luinou.j.
were Co-tlucational, an iacrwuwof
8 xr cent in two years. The total
numlr of irutructoni was 10,217
and of pupils, llO.Of. Collins
for vomrn alune numsrrd 143,
. ".. . i
uron niguij impgiuui ... letLehm and22.W0 stu
that sdter was1 .
dri If. The- tnttltutioos had it,-
nu r2 volume in their libraries;
thtir tHuipment m valued at
I 572,)1 : endowment fund.
I.OCV5,7aV; inome for the y-ar.
$17.071,KO, and the l-tifaction
dui ing the year. 10,7 15. ia. State
A NEW RECORD
TbrRtlBtlUa Has G4tOB
jdlbe Pawrr f tblrta
it Ontrsl-It Uu Hlaflag
ni Flraa Dot ts 5v Rtiiu
CorArxbrixv Nor. 14:
Un i" quite ixceatlyt it u bdisred,
the S'ortb had no erious nolica
api mpriation for agricultural th; .he rjera would uks any
ch 1 which receive aid fnm acti i lyind makin? diplomatic
th Tinted Stat- undr the act ofi rp utatiiti. which cocld be
1?? umountinc dunng th yar to
. or tifd with prom
LaUr it i fund necfcary
r a r-tilt f ptxfeional edu-jt,, ,, r a nuin filort to put an
eat en in thyr. there wr rad-:rn,
uat-d -1,011 mdical tudcnt.2.o2i(ti.t
d-i- il tudrnt.3,o0l pharmac:U. jcu.
0.7". iaw tudini. and 7.5 lh- ai,,t
. th outrmi-iu thediitorbed
a the fwifrt wr b
j imaiinl m ihir demands
S"Hii- rrr no longer avail
Accordingly, the l'crta
to it that
tb ;y are unablo to reconcile
Our Flnnnclnl IlUtory
Nlnoo 1 MO 1 .
Here are some facts in regard to
In 18G1 silver
lci vl student. Thro'.tical J fct,'.,
i . i I
cn--i are more r.avuy enaoat-a, ,, u- provincial
con j4Ih1 with their expense. than comi.irdi:jt: them to
any other cla of intitution; of artj, r rrtior-d iamediataly.
th l 2ical student one-half get There mav hae lea a tim when
their collegiate training in denom- $nct ,,rdr could have ln cxr
inational t-chouN, tmixth in non- nl :nt rift. but that period
Ti n ,irttifninl"' in S'orth CirOL.t..n .1 .t..l m.ltf S ir . . i . !
lint is that silver was "the dollar .nl . in uit, unieriti. Th- th-inirtJction nt failed to hav
of the daddifi," notwithstanding railuat of normal chiU nurn- th d!red ft!tt. for tha latest rs-
wa-i currency accordiog to its com
merial or xnirket value, ana uot
acrorui; 10 im uuji nuc.
lead.tb a misuse or the perversion
of this power.
The necessity for such an addi
tion to the silver currency of the
nation as is compelled by the sil
ver-coinage act is negatived by the
the silver-act dollars."
And those who live by labor or
legitimate trade never will feel that
helpless beneficiaries of all kinds I wat $1.33 per ounco ; now it is C7
would be disastrously reduced, cents. (2) I u 1975 it was proposed
Tho depositors in savings banks I to retire the greenbacks that is,
and other institutions which hold pav tho debt thoy reprenont: in
in trust the savings of the poor, 1875 it was decided not to do this,
whn their little accumulations are (3) The practice now is to give
" " a
scaled down to meet the new order gold for them when prewnUnl and
, that trom the foundation ot the hrd 1,191 : the number of tu-.,oru frum Kurdutan show thai
Governmout up to 1S73 buly eight denti, 63.4'Vi. Th amount sp-arre i not the lightest abaUssaat
millions of silver dollars were propriatt-d by ttate fur the cp-0f ihe application of the sword and
coined against four hundred mil prt i f normal chuoW that year Ufo i.irch ujn tho rMU ud
lions coined since !Si3. and not-lWAt $i,4o2.0l4, and for buildmfr-.lpjrty uf ChruUa&, nativa asl
witbsUndmg the tact thai unui i0.2u. foivign.
1S73 a silver dollar was teen so
rarely than ;ne of thorn waaacuri
linn rt nViaannQ.a TTAWAVAr
plenty silver dollarn may become,! ... ' ... ....,
they wUl not be distributed a. Bifu r:' "i.. " T IV,"" T"" T. ;:::"7.,.:" ,:;;";""Vu through the veil of dem.gogum
amone the people : and if the la- . . . I ... .... a ? . t u and
Illrll I 111 V LU Mill IIUL . klilB. Ck It T 1 .... . .
, ' . ' oi tv. When the reonle te
.1 a i . . i r i - - -j - -
ono can we, wb we woni nuu ui .
boring man should receive four
depreciated dollars where he now
receives but two, he will pay in the
I their condition -
ft - B HUll ftVIllLllilUUbllMI Hlf "
improve trouble. (4) Wextcongress nougnii . . ... rtMA..:nll
silver and made 425 millions of I . , i.r
1 oil tbo l.;U.Ar .111. r. tnrMt f KlMl ",U " B
ouoyc uun Mr";v' ' . V ... . annrohemion of iU real merits
silver dollars necessary to supp y lying useless m the vaults at wmb- . have now.-Charlotie
tne present neeus oi me jwuim iugiu j mr-sotuHui on htdib oi
and to satisfy those who from son- cents apiece; to buy the silver for
t'iment wish to see them in circu- these dollars 1W) millions of new
lation ; and if their coicago is bus- I greenbacks were issued. (5) Then
can be readily oh- those who had these cheap silver Thf fiftli annual rvj-ri of Dr.
- - '
fact that'up to the present time depreciated coin more than double
only about 50,000,000 of the silver the price he now pays for all the
dollars so ccined have actually necessaries and comforts of life
found their way S into circulation, Those who do not feel any disas-
ieavingmore than 165,000,000 in trous consequence arising from the
tne possession oi u.b.uuyWuu.cumwUMuw .-. 0w - toined b ftU whodesiro them.
l :i. j.. c . k Kna rT- to i an laii uot o a nnw nirpr.TPii nv ihw. huu . i ..... .
luecuBiouy ui " r, , f at anv time lent of millions, got ccriincaies n:,. iftH. wv. t cown the cuwi Th, nnu iu dur U our ml wirt
Krh tntMicrt ara rejwrtad U
ha incurred tn Van, but no da-
It U wH that Kuenv Fi-M llv-tatU hav U-en rto-ived. E&och
r,l. H- wrt much tchrr mti, U knin, however, to show that
tii it)pir th-m, to rnak- thm bt- the diturtnc ar prtad ovar
ter, to maki thrm go al-ut th- th ntire province, a wll as tha
toil and dmdgrry of lh rv?ry day's city of Van, a:d that tha nutabr
monotonou fxittrncn with lighter 0f victims to the fanatical TitfLt
hart. Hf rt much, Ujo. to and Urr Kurd has la vary
touch tli- minor chord f mvw'a larK. A rumor i iu circulatioa
ht-art trine. Hut if h had livt! ,rr i..-,!r that hakir I'atha.wLa
and di-1 and written but on- j--8i .M.a.,. lOT,fI.l Hj?h(Xa-
tithful fvtr would havw Tpt
a considerable expense lor tne con- wno suppose iui me auu.i.u.. -..in, m,v bo re- nml can eot cold for them 1 Tins
.traction of vanlts for its deposit, the currency ot the country intend- .finance born in ignonne. Troly
Against tms latter amoum -mere eu aB iu 1CBuH, m - disaster haB not already ignorance is costly
are outstanding silver certmcates menent, ana reminaea uu,jr uken D8 furnr8hes no proof
amounting to about $yd,U0U,Uw
If dollars deposited them to the ex- WUliam T. Harri waamadvpab-lwt.il: Thrw arv th lm-:
lie lat wwk. It covers the school n
Vear ftidinl November S, lbffca,alid Hut tlr4y fa tUuih hr .uod.;
muinr toenturo' tb- Armttuaa
t?frtu. I.a bn rralld fro si
Arm-uia and wu l- appointed
demonstrates that the point is
amounting to about uioouBtiat0 .ua, fc d f do8 Qol wait upon ai
Every month two millions of easily reached in the attempt to oontmuation of the pregent 8iWeP
gold in the public Treasury are float at the eame time two sorts of by
What It TakoH to rI5ii?l
InNow York Statu.
"compri thr., part-, the firt of An4iUliuUto, oi4ierUrlibrw
t V - i .1. . t; i- AndM. tnu.krt mo,14 io biU4r
which 1H dovot to .Utftira. mil. Io,
In UnrJ-Js, the wnole numiwr oi
pupib enrollnl in achcMil and col-
AT AI VAN.
I operation will rssult in the substitu- place,
When the better will ceaae , to bo expedienU) by tt combina- on ""U b employed o
KeneralcrculaUon. The hoarding y- fornate condition., and to tcacn m the pnmary
of gold, which ha already taken expectation that mar .chool.o any city
Js- .11. 'o coinage
uiuereui. cauouvu, , , ,r,,l
iuo wuaiva.Biu. w..Mt, . i ii i i i I ; ,
Son snail oe eiiipiojrcu ui nv.cn
by law to'employ a superintendent
.vVtlonnt Rilvftrfnrall the gold the escape the usual experience in suchj ja K of schools, who has not bad sue-
1 Government owns annlicable to its cases. So if this silver coinage be A. . . . tll ft . ..ftn f cessful experience m teachmc for
Tl 1 1 -,.4- y-1 n. I AAfifimiAn TITQ TTI Q VT TDflRnnRnlv Hi" I
general purposes. uwm uui uu wuuUUCu - ' iCongiess "
'to'relv nnnn the custom's receipts pect that old and its equivalent
paid out f or two millions or more money ot
of silver dollars to be added to the when the better will cease to bo in
idle mass already accumulated.
n conunuea xoug cuuuu, r. - .
irgnt public and private, in th
r..- ttn tfi ii.1i). or
'4Aftor January 1, lb'.7, no jr- r t , . ttm.
sed I . 1 .
lation. IIiih wa an u.cre un
th prtH!eling yrar of 370.07, and
tin total would increased to
Al4 Ihe tol4ir w pluc fair.
AnJ (hit nn lh (Imr Nm our lilllt
Klr4 itm i4 pvit llm ilr.
Now.4ott you r till t ccoc." h i4
Aft4 4oo't yoi mV- snj to:
S. to441inc o3 to U trar41e-br4
Tto rareto tXlaaUaarSea
llava ilecn Ordered I
taentA avt One.
the course of the Government in
f'larTAJtTiaort-. Nov. 14.
Nral- r l-ih Mr. M. A. JawtU,
t'nil"! talr nnul at biraJ,
tebifraphl Cnilwl Utrs Miaistar
wreiynponiue uaiuuojr- r - Prosperity hesiUtes uu our!
of the Government to make good will abandon the field of circula- Lause of tho dangert,
this drain of gold, because the si - tion to siluer alone. lhis,of ccurse ttw BnndinRSu.
ver thus coined having been made must produce a severe oniracuon
from trade, and investors are un-
I . . n.i.l Jin aViviitVo
i -.-nKfa dnfiflJ of onr circulating medium, instead question.; wy muu.j
iv,ai tcuvici iui u viww 7 i
public and private, at times dur- of adding to it.
at least three years, or in nou
thariwif hat Tint com nlptod a thrfe
years course in and graduated from puWu: . x
a hinh school or academy having a UUlO.iiV) an
f ttv nf t.nt 1p than l.fo! Ir cent
VUUtiTV W. J v. ..w - ..I
veAr, wniie vne bwhkw h-hw.iv-
frpm some institution of learning - L c. ,
T of coualor higher rank, approved children of the t nited btate. lev,
1. 1; lL . , . chcl for alxut twi-tifth of th
hrM rnarii arinroved hv the SUPCT
v ;;i.i; i,,imM,nn or I increarH-d 3.45 pr cnt.
I I W 111 111 ft. I ft ft ft a ft M A u ftA a ft A U W j W ft
.;n;rr talro tha rViRnea of the 1 .- . . Jltitil of attendanc thow that
ti;. mnnrria nor PATlt nr 11 nnt ha Htannto.1 that flllV JIUIJI BVUiC UOUunu v. .v-....D
iuS lUB iuBiDiA Al "v "J J oar;oVift ahnrtA in which their I -
... . . r. -. , 1 1 . .1 i .fiL.H m UV 31 JWUW wiv nf Or
nt.tho roQinta tnr niiTifiH nnB ueeum ottamTiT. nn inR nm oi iuh uuvotu .... . . .1 1 - . - o
uver gr suyer miuiuiwi meui iu wou.c .i,n. Nni.mr hlt at a risk ' . ....... . venr t. tneinpi
biue uj ovA, e linnTi.TcroTnfint. no not nrotect. . . 1 T i n. r umiiloVHi in tht var
of silver and its certificates re- WOrtb one hundred cents, even- r ten: -is lor tne proiesion at w..u- . T .'V' n v
" n A will u- if h.f ipn.1ftlion a necessary consequence I jng , r tpaCPejg having a course of! 122, D C mal tachr and jmj..
ceivedby the Government will withm the limit that legislation ,ftwmonf .nf. , ,t. Au:.,- U.V Thoro haf. l-n a d-cm
nntpr tothelawa of 1BUU vvj ..v, stuu noi icbb ihiu whmh. - - .
- 1 . . . i i 1 . . 1 i-'-. 1 ... ... 1
ltr 4rraml of ll prlj toy:
lf UlOAOi if buitiU m attrmUnc?l ai4 m hr s drraiaiof so snftl
I Attfckr&t4 our tlttl UoT fllur
upon np-ciai wUhu, 1 - - ,..1,111 informal him that
un, tit" j r j . y - - -
Ion r. errs of Chnttiant by Moaltsia La-4
But the little toy frU4 r lm. Wun t that pUo. As sooa as
Ay. fUbful to Utile Hoy H1u tfcy hr rrocivf-d thr ditjiatch Mr. Tal-
ur4. rdl hat-ni to th Foreign OSes,
lUb In Ibc f w!4 pu. fthrm K rraonallr aaw Tawrk
Pa ha. MinUwof Foreiira A!Tin,
The enrollment of pupiU in th
the vtir num-
over the prvcedin
Awatllnr tbe toorh of llltl Kn4.
Tk. .mil. nf 111 ll f ftr-
A4thron4rr.s.wuiortbri.lf land d-mandM that adca'e pro-
In tb dot of tbt Uttl- chlf .
the average within that period has silver dollars worth eighty
been 20 per cent. The pro
in labor or from
it . ... . a- I - .
t nnWn m i ntttrAnaA OQ T 1 TTI P iri IK M 1111. Hnna nAT THTI
M :"f, J' 0610,3 " rWB "WVAV : : . v -n dl.trPsa are visited upon . .KHU-.f.n.nn.r. ntc numlr ot mal- u-ncnm
iqr the reason that the nearer tne trade, to be successmi most oe -"-5, " ,,u.vu-M,M.v.7;v-.r.. ti;.. immlior of fe-
ii i , , .t -n , , 4t a t' tion of our fellow citizens es- ,nte' dent of nublic instruction.' inc ?0. and the numr oi ie-
penod approaches when it will be seconded by the confidence of the P- led to the carefu, te. ent of pablic instruc .cher. ha.Wrend 70 rr
owiged to ofler silver in payment .people that ootn coins win u y - w Kllvor, cent . in that period. The numW
'-ot Us obligations the greater in- the same purchasing power and be con 'rawon oit k nHHiuiMUer. LfinL. i wV
..-i ui a flr;oi tne uuea oi itfcoiavivw. v. r-. . w - -----
with thMr content
Whit hftbrWrVPof cr little iVoy Blu.
Hin K kiM-4 thrtnn4 rJt thrtn
Th jwjAion of "Littl- Iy
Dlu amonet otir tr-aur-
worti h lit- of Ku-n Field.
Fi- Id wa a ior-r man and
all t! frateniity lvl him and
wtrr prtad f him. H cribM"!
th- lint alwmt the ditinrJth'd
and . : rrabl. editor f the N
ducement there will be to hoard
'"j?old agaiust depreciation in the
' :italue of silver or for the purpose
1 of epecitlating.
This hoarding of gold has al
wady begun. ; .
When the time comes that gold
has been withdrawn from circula
tion, then will be apparent the dif
ference between the real value of
the silver dollar and a dollar in
gold, and the two coins will part
Gold, still the standard of value,
necessary in our dealings with
other countries, will be at a pre
mium over silver : banks which
ave substituted gold for the de
posits ot their customers may pay
tfcem with silver bought with such
Kud,; thus making? a handsome
Profit rich snecnlators ; will'lell
Aiir hoarded cold to their neigh
bors who need it to liquidate their
foreign debt8,at a ruinous premium
i . i ui i- A oruvi a 1
ettort has oeen maae ny me oevxe- , AL, --.-. I i i KIM.IV1..1
f TrJnrr tn inrreftae T saI 2 auQ Biaoie cuiicuv-j hav? to t)UV respOUQ iar more an n .! - -
tary of the Xreasnry to increase ii 1 - .v.- Lvn t,- hr rvenu for that
f rtn fi1ivpf ro:n ;n the vast army oi uie uuc.w,. pt.02,DUy lo cnanges. ju vuu v. .
nount yr" I recommend the .n.pension of ' v. 't money tban drg- rear ... tIM.CW.OX: th- toul
circn, u. u the compYl,80ry coinage of eilver ,ricM M wweh Ubor U toW: exr . aitun- w IIKt.CJ.u.J.
Ktri aol:?rs, directed ,v the Uwp whenever rnonor Umo? Of f , .
T-mifv ir Tiarmfln, of Un eoruary, 1010. beticr, tnougn nommai wog may .w. . " " . .
the public Treasury m payment ot m ? 6 Mrtl-ir. an. 000 r th- conttmction of chool
lnn J. i r.a pf that the . - ueuu iuucviv, i
uuiics, icouo v' TjOOi
taction t? oJTtred to the Umud
State consulate at Sivas, at tit
am: tim iratr. him is lh
nam- f the I'nitM ?ta that
Tnrk'-v would hld rtpcaalhJa
if "x-r. the hair cpon th had cf
an A:.ric&n hovM 1 touched.
On N'.venlr 1H-S OfT.ul Jewett
ad; Mr. Terrell that there had
t: terrible maacre of Cbria-
ira.. iZl that fore:iJSra
n a!Tordd fell pro'.e-ctira
.-jthont: ad ordr hd
- th- tnxacre at Maruh
pnere th fuTe:a dia-
wcr cuardd by trtx?pt.
people do not now desire to keep
it in hand ; and this with the evi
dent disposition to hoard gold,
. . . iV ft
gives rise to tne suspicion mav
there already exists a lack of con
fidence among the people touching
our financial processes. There is
certainly not enough silver now in
circulation tu cause uneasiness;
and the whole amount coined and
now on hand might, after a time,
be absorbed by the people without
apprehension ; but it is the cease
less stream that threatens to over
flow the land which causes tear
It, CoHt 31ore to
Carry on tho Xun
conifintly getting more goods in houn and f.vw,uw ir ,ue..
exchangofor the money they ac- suppi.c. etc. iu
tualh- get for their labor; and year u he value of choo 1 property
rrr,av u cttino noorcr. in th. United State and the com-
nutt. jtw "viivi mw f - - - - o I .
In 1893-94 the Bntiih .pent 35, though nominal w.Ke. m.y tod mon .cn.
000,000 on their army and 70,000, to incteue. wag. earner, .re conr ...
000 on their navy; the Queen and .tar,lT ptUDR .co U necc..a- . . - 1
Atx 1S03 was 2,912, employing 9,10
. f . iQ which teach, rs and having ruj...-
spent u imunuui --.V " r-.- , 0 nnorta were n?civcd
?:.:rZTZL rnnnU ln.,rnr,Ce..i. therefore, constant- from l,4M pnv.te h,Kh kooU
m . T" A.I . I 1 v rj 1 1 I R l " l mw nuu lciiuiuii w u w . n l . -
"S"": earner. Depriation of tcllt Mld gixing in.tmC.on to
tne uniteu ' r 1 the dollar,ndcouequenliy nicner i w . jj, Therw r i
TheBnUan governrneu pnec., i. al-.y. rttwr UDiVBr.iti. and coll- for men
ay-i rear neau oi pui'u,owv"i i ib u.hubo. uuu. uuu
B?3t Mr. taa! Mj
To t. ft u' lrp thinr liirjj Ii lfc;- V.
! of hctnn trr:
An r aj I allvxiMn irj-
Tor I suUint llir lo lb-- en earth to
I .r Firld. doubt It. T
thou . h- would out-liv- th- 1 1 K
jour s.t, but a!a! for hum&. j fi ,:
calci . .lor. Hut hit 1-1 J- r oi ,
lite -r IUU ox iov? irom n-
of h:. r.mantic coU-g-Ky cotirt- Itak--
. . I. jr. '
hip o th? rnd. and that crani rd f.s4;;rt oi Armenia, Latirff
for a sttv-at deal. A avoiri thai .'"J r-rve Lav b-D cr
and r--n children urv:v? him.
H vtn lval to hts fn-nd. and
t:n jK-ar in rtp!y
. . 4 .1
derr J procd to Armenia at cce
Th z ivmor of th- varioc Vror
inc. ' ! Tort add. rv;wrt that
th- d:iurbrd rt-ian ia rapidly b
comii:: trsnquill and that the
dtitut? arc Wing boud and fad
at the xpcr.fc- of the govrnaaAl.
HU VrrrtaUt Sidllaa Hair Ea-
and for both sexes;, of theae, 810
hi v-ry lat contnbation to ni
colttt.ui. "harp and Klat." in
hi ii : wrrr.the Chicago iuord.
waa a detent ol .ye ana rtnii
mainienance that th- humond
inability to fill his engagement at
Pateron, S. th other day, was
due to an attack of an old malady.
Field was an optimUt and his
poetry m sii --jaerriUttcftUtair. It Is aUo rsrmiive
Ho waa tho kind of man that wo I cf daaSrtT, tetter, a&4 all acalp aZc
haU to giTe up. 'Uotu.
over silver, and the laboring men
The condition in which our
costs about 6 per head