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VOL. I. NO. 21.
LINCOLNTON, NORTH CAftOLINttr FRIDAY FEBRUARY 14, 18t6.
31.00 A YEAR.
" I ft 1
i. t .
LOSS OF VOICE
After Acute Bronchitis "
cubed by xrsnra-- 1 -1
A PREACHER'S EXPERIENCE.
"Three months ;go, I took a vio
lent coM which resulted in an attack
of acute bronchitis. I put myself
under nmlienl treatment, and at the
erid of two months was no better.
1 found it very diilicult to preach,,,
and concluded to try Ayer's Cherry'
THE CRIMBOF '73,"
I'xctpr:.l. The nltWottlefiVTneJ:
rrcr.t relief; the second, -which I am
i.ow t.;!:im', h.-y-lieved -mcaaliiftfet-cr.lindvof
nil unplrnsnnt symptom?,
nnd T fr-el ??ire thnt one or two bot
tles r.-mre will. rffeet a permanent
cur. To -,V. Miin inters suffrrinff from
throat troiT.r. I recompiejl Ajer':;
Thorry Pe-f or:!."-F. M. KnAV. I Ev,
P.P.. Ti?t. rcSUsrv.. Am,' Tt.
TuMieaiion Society, Petersburg, Va.
A'j'sr's Cherry Peroral
HEBAL AT THE Y.TCLirS TIR.
HjCepUryCairrislo- Shows That
tho Silver Act 'was Openly
Passed Af t r the Fullest
. . lu view of Iho discussion which
haaxeea going .on. jelatiFe to the
parage i ih& act!of 1ST3, aletter
written recently by Secretary Car
lisle extremely interesting at
this time. The charge that tne
act was surreptitiously passed is
very completely 'mat in this letter.
The letter is as foliows :
ASHU&TC;N, P-.O Oct. 4.
Mr. JoW'A! Grief, The Yale,
Dear Sir: Your favor of Sep
tember 10th was duly received.and
I have cabled a rti examisatiQD.of.
the records of .Congress coucerning
the 'passage of the act of 1873 to be
-The bill was originally prepaied
nr tbe treasury department- and
was submitted to cpngrefs by Sc
reiary Boutwell on 4 the. 2$th of
April, 1S70. The bill as submitted
repealed, all laws authorizing the
free coinage olf silver and contain
ing "no provision tor the coinage
ot a silver dollar piece of any kind
or description, and the attention of
Congress was called to this com
mission in the report which accom
panied the bill.
m tee on finance. Nothing more
ee rns to have been - done with it
di ; inp: that 83ion, bntoa Dectm
her 6, 1872, it wis reported to the
se uta by Mr. ShermsD,: ,wjlh
act ndment,.aid on Jauuary.7,
1873, additional amendments. were
aho reported. -"-
You will find the bill as it came
to he senate with the amendment
proposed and with memoranda of
action taken upon it white before
that body printed as part of Sna
tor Stewart, made in theneoate
December 5, 1893, and reportedin
the Congressional Record, vol.25.
Part, page 25, 23d congreis, first
it appears that among other
amendments proposed at that time
by the committee on finai.ee there
was one striking out the section
I providing for subsidiary coint, in
cluding the dollar of 334 grains,
and substituting therefor a gect'on
providing for a trade dollar of 420
grains; a half dollar to weigh 12$
grammes, and the quarter dollar
and dine to weigh respectivelyond
half and one-fifth of tho weight of
the half dollar. In another place
in the bill an amendment was-pro-
1 posed prescribing the details of the
coinage of the trade dollar for de
The official record of the nro-
On December the 19, 1870, the 'ceedings us printed in the Globe
bill was reported to the senate
! trom the committee on finance with
several amendments, but none pro
posing the coinage of any silver
doliar piece. It pasaed the senate
January 9, 1871 by a vote of 36 to
14. No one suggested any provis-
Offers his professional -service to the ion or coinage of a silver dol-
ui LiuLuiu.uu uuu cuiivjuuvuug i lar piece oi any character or on.
AVER'S LA5S ALL OTHER GARSATAf.lLLAS.
rj JF. COSHER, M. O.
the Sorth State Hotel
Su rgreotV Dfevitist , -js
Ltxcolxton, N. C.
auy account. This bill went to
the house and was reported from
the committee by Mr. Kulley, of
rennsvlvama, but no action being
takenlupOn it before March 3, 18-
71, it died with the expiration of
All work guarant 3d, nothing but the forty first congress.
Terms cash except b' oecl:?fnen't
i Office on Main St t-
' The Jill was introduced by Mr.
Kellv at the first session of the
drty-second congressSnd was re
ported by him to the house on
March 9, "IB71, - still hating no1
provision in-it for the coinage4 of a
di&wiiiit he-bill was recommitt
ed to the committee on coinage,
irt&i wbioh it was. renorted back
DT.k- Hooper,. on February 9, 18
72, with various amendments. A-
Lincolnton, N. C. . pong these was one section lb)
Practices mah oi thrstatean Ted- jautori zing t)ie coinage of a silver
dollar piece of the: weight of 384
. ! Attorney "Lw,
LlNCOLNTON, N. C.
' Work intrusted to his care will be silver do,lar Piece-
'promptly and carefully attended to.
Office on Main Street.
eral Courts. Prompt atteh'tion givferi;
... to all bnsirfcsC . ' r L t "
Office in X rth State Hotel.
' Attorney 'saw,Ctb ??
- , J iilXN JQN,. C.
Practiceaut.he Cjurt$ otLinln
land, Ruthtyfrd, 'Polk, and in -the
Supreme anrederal Court.
Office iihJvarthJState. Hotel. .
. Dr. A:Alexao'der willwbe at
his office at Lincolnton, June, Au
. gust, October, December Febru-r
ary, and Apiil. Will be. in vMt
BLoUy, July, September, November,
January, March atid May.r:
Pa t ro age s ic ted . Terms cash
and moderaTe". .
; WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
v-.,Ti. , . AnrtMnff In the
, ,. 3 .a' v: v standard,
Jeweler's lijie. dn& with nneBancl ? ; '
- . -v-v't peDse ot
cuspaicUi uive me a can, n-io-wij
grains, just the weight of one dol
Iar.ip.the subsidiary coins provid
ed for m the bill. . . In reporting the
bill to the bousV on ' the ' 9th of
April, 1S72, -Mr. Hooper said: 'Re
does not specifically show that
any vote upon the amendment
strikingout section 10 embracing
the authority for the coinage of
the silver dollar of 334 grains was
staken while the amendments weYe
being voted upon seriatim, but
upon examining the original 'bill
the word "agreed" appeared upon
the amendment, written by the
journal clerk of the senate, show
ing that such a vote was actually
taken, and there is alpo a record
of an amendment proposed by Mr.
Sherman in open senate, : to. be
adopted in place of the section
struck out, showing clearly that
consideration was given in .the
6enateto the change in section 10
was announced in the senate pre
vious to the bill being put upon
its passage, conclusively -'provirig
that the amendment had been
acted upon favorably, notwith-
stan ing the clerical , omission in
the ( lobe to mention .the fact
The pill passed the 6ehate with?
out opposition and in the confer
ence the house concured in tKe
serial e amendment of Section 10
and in this form the bill became a
The record shows that there was
never at any stage of the bill any
aut'i jrity for the coinage of the
silvf dollar of 41 2 1-2 grains,
- ttoo -Committee.
To tbffJ-mbtWcr. of the Peopled
Tirtyvemi kl other votert in
f;orth OnroTiha.who are oppoacd
.m tne-smgiegoia iandird:
4T.ia Naliorial .Executive Corn-
mittee'ofthe'Pepnle's party, in it
fsetficm in St. Louis .ou 1 January
17tirraVSeT- a reiolutlon JoVitiog
all ftopare-bppoel to the siuglel
goici-staucara t ana to the present
corf lltions created by the bad leg-islation6f-4he
two old parties to
join' thera on the 22d day of Suyt
next, in a fcrand convention of pa
triots in St; Lonjs to nominate a
candidate for President and Vice
Pret ident, who would stand for the
principles of truo Democracy, as
represented byThomai Jefferson
and Andrew Jackson, and for the
principles of true Republicanism,
as represenfi-d by, Abraham Lin
coln a titTket that would com
mand the enthusiastic support of
every patriot in America.
The conferences ot the silver
forces held in Washington on Jan
nary 22d. the following weok, ac
cepted the invitation of tho Peo
ple's party committee, and still
Other forces are expected to aronpt
the invitation and meet with ui at
St. Louis on the day nanied. This
movement augura well. It shown
that patriotism and wisdom have
both combined to deliver the peo
ple; it means .that the voters of
parties'wno are ppposed to present
conditions wilLhaye a chance to
unite and ' nominate and vta for
the same candidate for President
f - .
n the coming campaign. It means
m'orethan this It means that the
people's candidate can be elected
in spile of the money .power and a
hireling press And the politician?.
The line Of battle has already
been drawu. --In.tbe coming Jlght
evpjy voter must be ou oue side.or
the other.. He must line .himself
up, with the gold: combine, .with
trusts, monopolies. and. British to-
riesor he rruiiC J tne ; himself up
wi th the "people . in -support okUie
candidate who 'will ;be'.roxniot9i
H ot r.4... a.Vt... 00.1
Th. Democratic wing of the gold
partv.and tmV Republieori"' Wmg:"o(
the iild)artr will fiomWata can.
didaloa who belbng-to-theBritish
gold trust aud"-who staod lor the
gam: 3 vil that sow coraobuman-
ity.. Tha l'op!aa party in. North
Catcdna endorr$ and stauda Ied j
to take th same parotic action
tnat baa bren uken, Jetwecu th
reftTTn forces in thu.uitiya. tl.at
ia, w arsready to cchOptrat with
indiudoala or any tiriy that will
turn tt back opon Lbe gold com
bioo4nd make a Rommou fiht for
a rp American ayatem of tluano and
fer- American principle in all gov
ero mental affairs
- u the last campaign in North
Carol ua we co-operato with the
Republics!! party to aecuro antmu
eat election law and home rulo in
county government atJaira. That
as--co-operstioQ or, principle for
gratand vital liUi?s.and a large
portion of the peo&le endores the
fight that .was made for th prin
ciples of good Stato government.
If it had not ln a corporation
in principle tor a great issue the
poplo would not have eodorstl it
at th polls
Rut, wo hsve now b-tore us a
Prvsidential campaign and the
gre.it over-shadowiug mues that
present themalvfs fur folutiou are
national ones, and among the
the greatest and by all odd tho
moat momentus to our lutur lib
rty. and prosperity ia tlm finan
Vi have proiMfKd to co-operate
again on principle, that is, o havo
proDosed to co-oirat, makiug the
resolution paaad by Ihn SiUer
Cocventrou at ICaleih on Heplem-
Lwr25th laat the baais of co-operation.
A largo malonty ot the voters
ofKorth Carolina nro opposed to
the single gold standard. A large
majority -of the voters of North
Carolina endorse the reaolution
passed by thst Silver Convention,
and we Invite all thcao who fovor
these great-principles, who are op
ptftVd to the single gold atandard
and who are for the money of trie
Cdfn'stulitlon, to co-operate with ua
to give tho 11 electoral vote! of
North Carolina to a candidate who
is an American patriot and who
will fcht to the bitter death the
infamous British gold conspiracy
--Tlre'rkbljle are tired of goldbogs,
fthev; are mor tired of stradill?
bugs, they are still more tired, if
postible, of humbugs and hypo
crtfen. They want to a?e the iasns
drawn squarely bewei; the peo
pleaml'rlie common enemy. .In
the cemfng ampalgn the people
ill luve- an onnortnnitv to vote
ity.. NConfcrew will ever be able, for anwtorai ticket that is sound
togie the people relief gcd ; i.r ... t 0nilo; Tbv
cretion 16 re-enacts the provision iand lhat th dollar proposed by
bfjthe existing laws defining the Aur- """per was a suusiumry one
silver coins ratfd4neir weights re- on rovernment accountthe same
'erJectivelv, exceptrvin relation to. a?, ',ie fractional silver pieces.
fbo oiivr doll!. viiicK ia roinoofl Lox.iquentiy tne retention
in weight from 412 to 384 grains,
tlmrmakinV it "a" subsidiary chin
itrliarmony with the silver coins
of less denomination to' secure its
3oncnl rent circulation with them."
vHurther -stated that the silver
dollar.of 412 11 grains, by reason
of itelbullion value being greater
tbauu- its Dprnoal value, had long
since ceased to be a coin 01 circu-
aVfon'i and, that the convenience of
tfe manufacturers of silverware
would be better subverted by sup
plying stamped bars of the same
thus avoiding the ex-
pense of comHi it lor-that pur
pose. (Congressional Globe, p.
28Q6vp. 102 )
This was the first silver dollar
niece- incorporated in the bill.
govc.-iment 'until au American
pUri-t is put inU: the White
llou,--. TbeIVeiident's power of
vetc.J.nd his command df trBmen-
douH. atronage will either be used
Fo&t'ie people or aOainst the
peop. Therefote, iu the coming
cam;- lign no patriot can vote for
An Interesting Law Case.
- clin the folloir.j: article
fnii th New York School Journ
al o recent dap. The article will,
no doubt, remind the older trade n
of Lita papr of by gone dsyt.
Read what trouble a few hce can
The state superintendent and the
attorney-general of Minnesota bare
been eogsged bvr a weighty iub
JecL It appears that in a ceMaiu
tchool in a certain town not far
north of thia city, specimens of
pediculus humauoa capitis ap
peared 00 the head of some of the
children. The Uacber informed the
parent that the part'Urs mud t
expelled from achool. si all the
children were menaced iv tb ene
my. The irte parent denied th
charg( ami sacit'-d lhat the
toachet vision mud have jnn
impair by looking upon 'the
wino when it ia rad." The trach-
r carried the troubU to th tchtxil
Ijoard, who t"uk council tcthiir.
and decided that thr inuat inves
tigate. Having no prvcodnt in
the anuaU of the chool and U ing
in doubt how to conduct a case of
thia kind, they apja'cd to tho
atate euperinUndent d pul-hc m
truction, who called in Attornv
tteneral Child, who after due coo-
aiderstmn which lcam eo grave
matter e-mt hia opinion, part of
which we print:
''While not dispos-d to captious-
nvf, it is proper to augneat that
the matter should, with due regard
to the proprieties ot official con
duct, have b n referred cither to
the public examiner, the state n-
tomolosist or the state agricultural
society, which will no doubt refer
it to the member from Austin. ho
ia, I believe, chairman ct the com
mittee on live atock.
"I dw?m if unnecessa
ry to state the focus in quo. aa this
department cannot take cogniz
ance of auctions or individuals in
determining personal rights und-r
te la 1 of the commonwealth.
'?he real question, therefore,
would seem tote: Is a youth
whe flaxen locks are inhabited
with that species of live atock
known to the scientific world at
pedicului 'humanua capitis, to 1-e
regar M iu the light ol legal pre
cVderts and common law princi
ples, inimical to the cau of edu
cation! 1 am prompted to digree
in-or-Ur to inquire what bad bn
the elect upou the diatinguiahnl
men ho ahme in th! hiitory of
our e untry. if the cffimative rtw
bad .btained wiih bonl of eJoca
con . -nt on the dNtmrtU ef
tb s which bad taken cptteir
a njon the bead of ker prat
tthcat extendiof this co
ma -sticn tn utidot limit. I
woo d faetttfctt the sxtion ct
the Usrd to hed tti aUya&eeo&til
the beada of the aforesaid children
can of5ciallrexatainsd. If it
be detertoi&ed that tLsr ait la
vested with only an average nea
ter of the her in questional would,
in ror jadmeo!, be ill-advised to
resort to the extfe tne taarart of
txpulsion. If, however, the nana,
ber thereof is found to be Iao great
to a:Tord proper ttuiahmest aad
au!'uance thereto, as to Lrjor the
. . . .
can? wiihin the reiial ststatM of
this state against cruelty lo azd
nials, the U-ard of education w'uld "
l juiurled in takiog requisite
steps to redresft the evil'
Asistant A ttrirn-ey-t General Kd
grton, b- opmiou was alsa
asked, aid that h a erred with
the concluaiMiis reached, but ust
with the rr anin on hirb it il
man s ad'for a whole ticket that ia
equal! found and reliable from
top to bottom. The right will be
drawn Vquare in the nation trom
ocean to ocean. The fight will be
drawtf nquare in North Carolina
oinHrionof the 884 grain dollar
was leallv a matter of little or no
importance because it would have
perlormed the same function pre
cise, y aa the half dollar, quarter
and dime being a legal tender to
the amount of f 5 and no more
The amendment striking out the
834 grain dollar was in fact adopt
ed in the senate and "the confer"
ence committee to which the bill
was sent did not change the bill
as it passed the senate so far as
authority for silver coinage was
concerned, the house simply ac
cepted the . eenate amendments.
The dollar proposed, but finally
rejected, was not the exact coun
terpart of the French 5-francpiece
whatever may have been the .pur
pose of the promotera r of the
scheme for its coinage. IU weight
a go; I hue for President, or for from ,h? m0umaina to the sea.
unit irtrlirlotn frr tki& Pnffiaironrv I
who ii not unconditionally and
un;t!. lvocally and ' avowedly
pledr'd to the free turd -unlimited
coin: :e of silver and on a platform
wbii '.pledges the candidate and
bine 1 the party to intlepeudentc-
tion n this' question. He mutt
notdv be friendly to silver, but
he nn. st represent the people on
this great and vital question. The
peoplo will not-again be deceived
will hi-ve an opportunity to vote
forh State ticket and for Congress-, ti00 : m school directors during
that --.riod? . Would lhe.prop!e of
Mini ota, for instance, now b
enjoi g the profuoditr ot vour
wisd- m and wealth ot your Uam
mg, i such a view dominated the
educi tioaal policy of the people of
your native state fiftv ytare nsit
- "It treating such a qacition.r.ur
ment l vision must othobscurM
by th prejudice! of a single s:hvl
ditri t. The queation must 1-e
viewt 1 iu the Iicbt of the past, with
duergard to the wensre of the
pres d and iu beiring upon the
Let cv ry patriot prepare for the
true? c, in which our homes, ycur
frreul i -e'yoor liberty and prosper
ity ar all at stake.
Chm'r. People's Party St Ex. Com.
Whan Work Fit Woman.
Kdard W. R..k, ii KUury
Udie' If Otlie Journal, OMi4vi
Mhtonallv "When W..rk FiU
Woman, ' test uidr which he
enter empliatic and viirruaa pr-I-t
aicaittst the mad rush f wutu
n to k emplvm(it iu mr&ao
llle and maiiutartunng nstabliah
iunt. Th article u eidLttJy
!iipird by th- r--nt pubUc ut
terance of n 1 th largest
I ployr f wotneitit lVtiii) lui.
who, in raiirig his voice agauat
thi ed, -rt "tfiAt roiure
wrong ha lf-n l'n to thuunds
of tftrU who have gone into wuJ .
c Jinnjrcjal hou than the or id
i!r-am of," and urg young om
en ho are -kiior (editions, tvs
enage a 'domtics where tLey
are fe from danger, where their
surrounding would I- elevated
end congenial, and in afield wh;ch
grratly ned thetn. Mr. Bokesa
phaixe rheee uttrranc- and $ut
frrthr, -ying: 4Th fact can
not le disputed lhat no single fac
tor in modern life is doing eoauch
ti d'generate our young woman
horl a thi mad nic oa the part
f s.rU. imje-llrd by necessity or
not. go into the lru.iine world.
Th-e- may m;:id like stror words
ti the ear of frorn, bat l those
vtxi at? really ccitant of the
irr.m 1 ity of the evil results that
atv b ng wrought, they will tina
he caw suid not go b-erond
altogether tnaiy of ouJT
c:al auf icddtt;al eslab
. tor' and factories,
:n who hands is gives the
mpViy d. control girU
:t. from a moral alsxd-
If oi our yot-g wosea
ed to go froa their hopes
Tho Army of tho United Statos.
for the vwr
etuHntf-June 80. lfM. Hon. W . T.
unbntn renerationa of th luture.
in ma annual report ior nv;r The x of lhe r&m in qo
tion are so well known aa to require
Harris give thv toul number of ,,ni,nmw., .i,,. .jm.. t,.
? it j.- 1.1.- I r
pupils ill an graoe. 01 puui,c au mov.nU tr0 oreQ lod fcljOTe
hnard. and it is aa marked 10 its
tVU. ..... n 1. a l.i . mm .tn Ti ! I .. 2 M V, I
iW Musvr 1new4o,oiuliwfuFui 4" cbatactfrislki as any other per
sonal property within the posses-
total number of
s of public
bv fair promises or equivocal plat-1 nrimtr echools at l5.6o9.2ti3. Of
- - - - ii
I have the largeat atoak of NswT. . ,a - n
Mttctat Tv-ptTXfPVTa thst. has ev- " ""a
elbeen in North CABOLiNAr such coin take minted by the govern- ior iw coinage, iw. we.gu
AifflRTLno i evident notonlv from the was slightly less than that of th
mo nu iuiinni a. , ' i j . . .
government account inatead of de
positors; aa wua the i420t grain or
This is a very succinct 'and ac
curate statement f the . J acts as
they appear ttpphhe iword J';
' -Wry truly $bvfsi ? t
(Signed) .' J. GCXaXisLE.
polins, Guitars, Banjos, Violins, positive assertion of Mr. Hooper
and Rosier ..Ohqai apa but it-waa cUssified with the'eub-
thing else that is kept J sidiary fractional pieces, and sec
class Migonc -Store .-.oKnceB,. lower , -,-,. . j i
than ever." Orders by mail' haVe tion &of the bilUxpressly declared
promt attention. Addesa :. vr that no dejosit for coin age into
W. L. Lowe, Newton, JN. O. silver coin shall be received."
1 129-95. . - v : I tu? uiiT 'iv:-''
- 1UO 1111 Willi . V111B BUUSlUiaiT
dollar of 384' grains provided for
passed the house May 27, 1872,and
tween the single gold -sUudard-and Inn mrv and - vrammar grade in
the treo coinage ofoilver must be publio. Iud, if-o,lu6 in private
made too plain loraouni or.mia-i,hwjg jn secondary cho.jls
interpretation. The people dao-.lB02.W5 pupiUare'in public and
ger is not m fighting an open ene- 17e jo ltl private echoola. Public
my. The danger is jn a doubtful uiversitiW and college have 20.-
candidate, ;with. false promises on 074 puplla. and private intitu
a 8traaaiing-piatiorm, wno .nat t(oni- Public normal
been secretly pledged to thetnon-UdjooU number 87,bW) pupils and
ey trust. - ... nrivln schools; - 27.9Ci. . Public
w under the inuece cf
;n and in the atmosphere
: by them. And whyf
1-rcAU-- it considered
more .Jctab!e to e eplffjed
in an :T;ce. tor or factorv than
to t- iTiaeu in 4szr.ti: ee price.
The rv word 'servant has a
taint about it that th? aajffnty
of young oarj d:ilike, and frcra
hich they f.e But what eU
a a a f
are they in business c-staLlua
menLs than srrapu. purs Vxi
' There can I no dii-
ence but an imaginary oue. TLat
Mall. Far lea leniency it sbowa
in our buaintasa houses to wessaa
Chattel Mortgaea: i pi eale Ui;
ed on good paper at 40 cents per
hundred CVrf- J-'KiCF
on May 29, 1872, was reported in
the Senate and referred to the com-
r v we
Subscribe for the DiVontAT. -
ion of the average American citi
zen. Its migration are deliberate
nrt alnafd hv Lha aatna lawa
ined .Ihical emP,0-Tevt lu li i30wli
rule, in our homes to docasrud
l.i. fr Tha mera fact that ltl
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caput to caput does not character-1 .
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movemsntt throagboot the world's
, it u'the duty of patriots I institutions of law, medicine, and I . , f :. Ir conaiderattua, and to hare tie
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in every otaie, too -pauioie- oi an tneouy reuiervuu.oiu nuucuw, y distinguiahsble from the invi- "cjaimui iaiiB.iTi.f-t
parties in every State, to lio- up and privat schoole, I2,229. New m of the microbe. ctive inUrtst and participated ia
against the common enemygainst York lcAds the sUtes with 1,124,- - eradication as yo are aware boo'no,(1 work. Utter, more - ta-
abde. Lettho.9 in Norlh-Caro. Iow.elot.lv with l,002,f.'0.N.Y. ,. , ,ould i UT' ? A" h,.riCr.r?
a sa wi m ewx 1 1 1: i l a l a sr? lusmj itwr nbjwua, r t fnr n nr1 swei rsnri a. J i es l-'psjiilliibi
liuawho -are oppoeedto the goldSchtbl Jonmal.
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corn.oiue iosowi hhw io-iuuk - r , .
the bright pictures hung upon the I rush of youn rirls to vera Us
1 fnrtiu ..It. f m.mnrr itftnn ia rrvore I eiorvf, CuUiiutiRWet -wu
hothor ,nd Im.n, p -for tho U,,, orKinu.Uoa U..liUed the u,u of . l.u i
iroiiTMiTrui77iirTif'DiTBeTRrnHuinMnnt .mi in nncn 'hji - .
ior American. liberty and proa pcrcenti! per tou. .
with a fine-tooth 1 tent ciruiled.