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LIN" 0 OiLi
r i 1 c
VOL.- I. XO. 34.
LINCOLNTON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 181)0.
S1.00 A YEAH.
! - !
j j -a
THE DEMOCRACY AND GOLD. 'j To" show the attitude of the South! the measure, Mr. Dunham, the
! towards this "gold .bill," s it tra-' Democratic chairman of the waya
me Party Never For Free Sit-. called. I quote a few sentence
JfromCondy Hague; ''Currency
.and Banking," pp. 224-o which
v e r.
To. the i:lilor of t lie Observer.
bmce thy gentlemen who are!
pleased -to si vie themselves
silver Democrats" are not satisfied i
will be of grout interest, uo doubt,
,eT,to thn North Carolina V.lvr-
article written by "Mer- ,
and published in the Ob- abould, possibly, have re
mained for many years in that sit-
II) V. 'i 1
I i V..I' TV J U
'aaJ i.il .-. : v r1- ti : n 1 i y
Trrit hjrr iii ii.'
corse irrirai.K', frftf.i"
follow' 1 t y i.ii ?rnt;t-tf
tion -of tl!- c:c;'
ears., dnl sit
was aiwio.-i. f.f
worriod mo -anti! i v ;
I rcally-ivait.-c I
cry over r.otK:'rj. t ..
Mile-; " :v-; :
of this v v. o rc - i
mo, atil I 2-;! - .11 1
Dr. Mik-' :;".' i i
first bortV. vi'l !. - .of!
r from rt-al uer-
try iit:i vo .?eeirfcd
!. -;uii;ir, creepy -
JUiU t bt l fiUOllleV
j Ciiiiomi rate ia a.
ir.iin rind you be
.d prvish; to be .
. woii kourd condi
riti?ii in the
?.!r. J-lot-ne Sfailts,
is.) i--iiii-r:5on St.. Elk
li:n t. i r.; , -rxy : ' Ner
ou triut.'le had made
mi.- ri::uiy nisnt'e and
yr.;-;r:"s w:-ro unable
t, !'!; mo. Myrvsemory
: r.f ( v. ry iitlle thins
v.-as nhuor.t. distracted.
il 5 i,i,ij; ai.l ild
; .::.' ('( taking Dr.
y,.-.-.'! c-:r bottler
cor "5' o v cjrod.
I Lv:r was.''
I i, or. puaranTc-o,
F.C'iHT TV 1-j 1 , 31. 1).
'Oih-i'.- hi- pi i-S't i . n i orv ice to the
poop If t' I.' in-o'ni t!i surrounding
country. ' o'ii.-i' at : i
ice next to
i ..INCOLN'TuX, X
.Ail work ! M;i!jtec!l, nothing but
best mat !!. i.- u-cd. Prices reasonable.
Te'rnir- eah c. i i pecial arrenient
Ollioe on Main St red
CM I I S .I..
Attorney at Law,
LlNcOLNTOX. X. C.
.Work iiii ruti .1 to bis care will
.pronij)t ly ami carefully attended to.
Olllce on Main Street.
Attorney at Law,
Praiticc ii; ail of the stato'and Fed
ernl Court . Prompt attrition ?iven
to all bnsi ro
with the articl
chant" and j
server a few Sundays ago, because
the writer of that article is a Jew
and 'president of a plaid trust; and
siiicj9 these self-same gentlemen.on
all Qccasious and under all cir
cumstance?, refuse to enter into a
practical discussion of the silver
question, but, invariably, fall back
upon that old 'thread bare cam
paign lie in l heir assertion that the
"1'i;hh and unlimited coinage ot sil
ver at the ratio of 1G to 1 is a prin
ciple of Democracy established by
Jefferson, and fostered b' Jackson,
and the other leaders 01 the party
from time immemorial," I deem it
necessary m the interest 01 truth
to further expose this political
heresy m a supplement to "Mer
chantV article above referred to.
In doing so, I have no hope that
the result ot my research and la- I
bor will have any effect upon the
rabid "free coiner' other than to
probably call forth a volley of
! small shot from the. anointed edi
tors of tho free silver papers, for it
is to be remembered that in them
we lind centred all wisdom, patri
otism and statesmanship but I am
determined that when these gentle
men meet in Raleigh in June to
betray the Democratic party into
thf heresy of advocating the free
coinage of silver, it shall be known
of all Democrats in North Caroli
na, who understand and can read
the English language, that this
rash department is in violation of
the time-honored customs and tra
ditions f the Democratic party as
exemplified and preserved in her
written platforms and the pub
lished utterances of her trusted
j leaders from the days of Jefferson
until this, the hour of our political
It is a fact clearly demonstrable
from the pages of history that the
coinage acts of 1834-7 were passed
for the purpose of placing the na
tion, practically, upon a solid gold
basis. It is, also, true that these
measures weie bitterly opposed by
the advocates of fiat money, who
were at last crushed by the indo
' mi table will of President Jackson,
Attorney at Law,
Ll.VoLXTON. X. C
Praei i. i
land, b'ut herford. Folk, and
Supreme :mL Federal ("ourls.
OMlce in , orth tate Hold.
! ably seconded by Thomas II.
j Kenton, who, for his labors in be-
i half of sound money, earned the
sobriquet of "Old Buillion." It is
i t : i., I
on. ( atawba. Clcve-1 likewise true that these able Uad-
in the ; erf: were assisted in their heroic
! efforts in behalf of the gold stand-
I ard bv a united and determined
01rrvr 'O.TlCK. j Democratic Congress. In order to
. nrov'ft that the Democrats, under
IH i t
Dr. A. W. Alexander will be
his ouico nt Lincolnton." June. Au
: gust. October. December, Febru
ary, and April. Will be in Mt.
Holly. July, September, November,
Patronise solicited. Terms cash quote from Mr. C. i . W lute, chair
the leadership of Jackson and
Benton, had thoroughly investi
gated the subject and intended to
establish the single standard. I
Is. I. i.y.u
V. K. Or.e.iG. t'ashier.
THE BANK OF
Solicits the accounts of Mer
chants, Corporations and Individ
Hals, and will make collections at i
man of the select committee of. the
House on coinage :
"That there are inherent defects
in the svstein which regulates the
i standard of value in both gold and
silver: its instability as a measure
of contracts, and mutability as the
practical currency of a particular
nation, are serious imperfections;
while the impossibility of main
taining both metals in circulation.
simultaneous or promiscuous cir-
uation, had it not been for & fresh
occurence by which fancied private
interest was brought to bear upon
Congress. That occurence ws the
discovery of cold in North Caro-
!linand other Southern States.
This gradually increasing
production of cold at th South
engendered precisely the fame
spirit as the increased production
of iron had done at the North.
The owners of the cold mines cried
out for legislative protection, a?
the owners of the gold miues had
previously done, and laws were
solicited to enable the former to
get more lor their gold.'1
Ye "freo silver' descendant of
vour "gold-bug" grantfatherp, did
vou kuow oeiore tnat me nrst
gold-bug" in the United States
was incubated in the Old North
State? Did vou know that in 1-
o4-"7 North Carolina wag clamor
ing for the siucle gold standard
and petitioning Concres to protect
her gold from the blighting influ
ences of free silver? Gentlemen,
stand by tae traditious ot your
fathers; for if the gold standard
was for your grandfathers in 1S34
it ought to be good lor you in 1S-
96. If the South fastened that
standard upon the country in IS31.
when she had cold to sell, she
ought not to be so inconsistent now
as to oppose it because her miue?
have been exhausted.
It is, also, interesting to Dote
that upon the final passage nf this
bill, there were but two Southern
votes cast acainst it, Mr. Wilde, of
Georgia, and Senator Porter, of
Louisiana, while its chief opposi
tion came from the Northern
States. See Cong. Debates Nol. X
Part 11. p 2122. "
But, nevertheless, when tho bill
was originally introduced party
lines wpre tightly drawn ever it,a
will be seen by reference to the
somewhat rancorous editorial.'
which appeared in the Washing
ton Globe, the administration or-
The editor said:
"Contrary to their will, the bank
part', even in the SonaU have
been obliged to vote for the meas
ure of the administration.
By public opinion, they have been
forced to vote for the- cold bill,
which is a measure of deadly hos
tility to the interest ot th bank.
will supercede its note.?, aud is the
harbinger of real sound currency.
The people are now able to under
stand the policy ot the administra
tion and to see that it will give
them gold mstead of paper." Niles
Register, Vol. X (4th Series)
A DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS PROVE Tlir
After the passage of the acts of
lS34-'7, above referred to, gold
flowed into the country trom every
quarter, and took the place of the
paper currency ; and the little sil
ver then in circulation was speedi-
lv withdrawn, because, in the
and means committed of the Dem
ocratic House, iild:
AAnother objection urged a
gaiuatth's proposed cbauco, it that
it "gives us a t taudard of guld only.
What ndvanUk'i it to he ob
tained by a standrd of tb two
metalg, which it not as wjll it not
better, attained by a tingle stand
ard. I am unable to perceive ;hilo
there are very grat disadvantages
resulting. from it, as the experience
of every nation which hat at-,
tempted to maintain it hat proved-
Indeed, it is utterly impos
sible that you should, long at a
time, maintain a double standard.
Gentlmeu talk about a
double tDdard of cold or silver
as a tbin that exists, and that we
propose to chance. We have had
but a finclu standard for the latt
three cr four vcars. That bis been
and now is, gold. n propose to
let it remain so and to adapt silver
to it; to regulate it by it."
national tanking itsttrn tbolitlvd thauioclxc this ani:! by call
aud tho unlimited cotnaof tiher iu;?t' lKc atUntton of the fatthfsl
oi cell as gold eitabiuhcd by U. Icmrv:u of North Ctrohca a
It U l:uurn of all men thai the '"! " Utotm aJopud by
I'.ipulist p-my is th Uafut bar M1 J lighter Dtrnocrcy.wbo
an l u-.c.'.jur tA the National I 'U1 o o-orate ith ihm lib-
Grvenback party, and - such il it I rml IttpuMtcA&t htdi by (Jrt.
hot natural that il !aUtd mhtnt Mv- Th st. lioa t eUrrtJ to,rta4s :
th free coinac craxe: but I fait rW, Ulm U- the orli that
to sco ho itcttbacntndt4 that pHnctpUis IaU3 rf-rrJ to rw-
th Democratic prty is rcsponti. tr; that tfce l)am;rtic party is
hi for this coral of alt litiar.c;al held toolbar by ite cihtdon of
Uric. hn i. it an admitted tme hon.rd pnncipU. which
frt fb.t nn jmfinrtnl iVmt ratic I th millntrtr tun&ir In ax-
convention hat etnr. m the hUbirr icnang iir an tat o.s waun
of tha oartr. d blared Lit lh f ra rretManls can caufar. 1 h pa&t
coinage ot s'lver. Nor hat cot ct th iuofitr m doMItu
such conTcnt;on ever de:lardoi crn-iatinir.bat ee!cosso an ettr-
tha iimitod c-ma cf tht white rolnir. under the Unwr tn
oittal upon any '.tier raitu I t-:ntd !h cur p:ttc;r.. rather
cold than that tlxid It the com- hao au lra:ch;T aid cv Utl.tX
mr"l vlt; i t tb Urn m!aU Cillctitr rt;r";atd by lhc:r alts-
It ! trn that nrtnticjtil rn- I dcnrStlil .
vcnlion cf the Democratic prty.
prior to that ot ai cfsr
atked to dcclire for the lice cin-
act of silver. It will not da 12 an
swer th?t stubboto fctt by ay-
bilb r to Ltif. !tl
Tho Ra-cord cfth'.a industry Ctv
foro Ihm War- Tbo Low
Price cf Cotton E:c
TLe rt c-.tna f.:tnr bsilt ia
the Cmta-l tU!ti as t-Jt at
Ueterly. Mat . iu IT7. The ts
crd a tsilt a: I'rvrsitoe R. I.
m 1TV1, a2'd :;11 a thirl u Rhie
Island iu IT fa&;il Statar
built the t -zttU r.;iat Pawisdta!,
Matt,. u IT.-. Turn tt fa:tiiT
nr vat twill i:i MaMtch.MUs S
1? All thtte (tzl .;;ri ci
us.fi at'-4l U.Kf laUt kA cv'.l
e:h;tf l U ;.-:.di t:h. in Ib'X).
The tU:h facttrr i . 1 trKlel
as built z-,xt Bvt'.u 101.
New Haj-iL:;? tu;n
etc: f-r? j ;r 5rX
C' iit-ctirut tc;lt Ltr c-t:
s-:ll ?Jj, ul lT t y.z
;u Nw Ha-
And objecting to the substitute
oifereu by the opposition, th tamo
speaker said :
"We would thereby still con
tinue th? double staudard of gold
ing that vrl ct our Stat plat,
forms have declared for it com
a. for it will t fund that f jr
even? Southern S!at mkir.c rch
a declaration, th.r haa btn
ApuroAch of th Ideal
W w 1
and silver, a thing the committee I Northern Sat dtclartc,; for ttj
desires to obviste. They desire to
have the standard currency gold
only, and that these silver coins
shall bi entirely subservient to if,
and that they shall be used rather
asjft token than as standard cur
rency1 SJee Cong. Globe, appen
dix 2nd. Secsion
Congress, p. lt?0.
And .Mr. Skdton, of New Jersey,
spoke along the same lines, calling
the attention of the House to tho
fact that, ''The bill does not pro
pose to change the value of tho
gold currency; it dos not propose
to change the staudard of value
now in cxistenco throughout the
country. Gold is the only stand
ard of value by which all property
is now measured i it is, virtually.
the only currency of tho country."
See Cong. Gloe, Vol. XXVI. p
Yet, in the face of this record ot
Democracy, we itnd men of mtel
ligenco and education who will
gravely contend that tho free aud
unlimited coinage of silver has al
wave been a shiVboleth of Demr-
racy. and that silver was demooe
tued bv the Republican party iu
1673, by "which crime half tho
metallic mcney of the country was
struck down." The whole argu
ment ot the free silver Democrats
is based upon these two points.
iwhen, iu fact, there Is not the
slightest foundation for th truth
of either. They must know ihat
it is false when they say that the
I)emcratic party has been the
partv of ufree coinace," as wll as
they know it is not true that the
act of 1S73 "struck down half of
the metallic monev of tho coun-
Th- att;at;w:i J th Shah wl ; 1.;:!:. w;?h 21,03
WfiK ; ;ad:iYctly c.nsnud w;:a f i;t4 lu vj. tUr
th- dintit rr.3-- h:i Jt-V U-?- facur. r-r.tr ;- tl:i
4 . V
gold standard to tf-f?l it Tirre
cannot be to standard cf Dcmc
racy on national tsuet Th hict
est l?gilativo tdy m the Demo
cratic partv it the national cn-
Tention, from whete decuien no
m&u cnu appeal and remain a
Tbirtv-sccond Democrat, But evco in Ncnh
Carolina lh parly nv?r, to my
knowledge, dfclard for free ilvrr
prior to lt?0, when the Farmer'
Alliance, fcr the ttral tim?, con
trolled the convention. Ihat con
vention alto declarl fcr ihe abun-
daut issue of paper monev, and 1
h? r.M iu th?
r.-c.-r: -! I:: by r-.;r .
iiT-y fc-I ur..:tn:!rJ c-.u4re .f c-
p-r ct iLe ta:nt. -,r :( n.'. that, all
U.-i t y ih? drvc:fc'n f thtif-.j. rj.'.U
P-r:an currency by :u Lr.tUts.,-. tJ L C-::.!:U At2.r.Ua
Nw Y . jr 1 -j-.!: h'.? r.:; trH iS
Jt In :r.v. t
. . a c
F!a!, Thr? t..t tr
Ma.r t I. N Har.-
wuh cov:-:r e tna O: o.u:t-1;
H a C v!dttt akr,J'.n. aud dcutl-
thv ihh' aa:n cn;e
Ori?r.tal t?hyl'jk rr at ty z a fNw Jt?.-v
; n:Kf a a osl'.ut:vr. cl all that
fr-.-r i'.Ucr iu A.tcnM. Wa::c,
T:llman and M. T.r.'.kr. the 'Azl of
the p5pl b;au-? he f stv
"chap mct.y and p!cn?y c
Vtrt : l. N Y'.k C,
'free comer will con
am sure no
tend that ''rag money" ts a chill
lamak's srtoniD txivr;;.
The history of our national De
mocracy teacher, if it teach? any
thing, that th prly ha always
stod for sound rocnty and opposed
with all its micht all form of in
flation and repudiation. I mutt
confess with shame and humilia
tion, tht, since the war, s?ra? of
our political leaders, ou. of a d- j :lh th- Mexican dd!ar and the
tir to remain in oc. hav dc-
Maichu'.t v, lih'd? Iard
2-. C' 7 T? '.;s:a!t4
theal-j-ci ;TtirJ iu ih'i z" tzilU
t ,waa 1 1 r-.:i-:ffhl g.
the cr tu ty aar
'5er, and Zi tr h .r y,- t r
In Itl?. tLc us.It '.1 r.fr
a a a m w
and hnc hU mcurnn the
ty of the plutvcraU. ar.d h:
unt tkii;-;t!. Hnt :n the
laniTUAir- of tt :
"). Jft w trjt Zx KU Ci4
WlM ht It Cfcil vl c! III.
and w IrKik f-ar rrvvltttivn m
f r-:lvtnm by r-n of th
world attention hatir.c tvn
call' d:tr:nily tt ytt
rf.ntdly t J ih the
IVr:an currcnev v!m with iu
cppr. Away, r.w.
Mim . b-:".: h-r r;t fr
mmi a - 4
ctperatcd into tiroe icreing politi
cians and, as such, have gone over
the country chasing ever financial
heresy, that, tor the lime beirtj.
has appeared, to gain popular fa
vor. But whenever a true tal'
innt hat beuu found, with a clear
intight to the financial situation.
Jajt.rM? yen : even tr." .
ant talmcr.l v! HrTcu'.:'
tonhip can ti p-nuad? the
State of Nrth Cr lir.-. t v.olatc
the ro:iitutton by making th-Mtxi-AO
dollar and the Japa.r.t ?
lzzl tender Th? prr.t
evpcf th? s;.u,r er.::mer.i ir
North Carolina will ;ip-rc-dci
ton In l.
tral r 'J'JJ
In ltl'. It!and c .!t-n 4
:n CJrl!' a at ". -r. ;:,
ir. 1-? :t 'M i'.r 110) a -zri.
: iz crg!a
ra t u:h a! Al. r. ar.d u fU1
tv h r-e tr uth Car
tut!: ;? c'Jl if Ir.v
In IS.!, th-rx cr J citici
ho has. invariably. opr3cd the ty the avaUrvrhe -f th cr p-
fre coinage of silver. Per in-1 pr ntu:a.m.
reasonable rates. Settlements
!A Hank account never fails to
inspire habits of economy and sav
ing. Try it.
culation, appears to bft clearly as-
THE ORIGIN OF THE FREE SILVER IDEA
But some one sks: If the
Democratic party did not first td
vocate the free coinage of silver,
where did the idea originate? The
question is easily ausweredvthouch
it may surprise some honest, vn
ir.formcd silver Democrat to hear
that this heresy ia a twin hrotber
mill tn the tn:t
text rear. 1!-.
her firS n.ill
la ItC7. M si..Mt. had C:J
mill w;:h .V.V.r.i tpirAU . Ii
IbiV thett a a r" dtl.t9 t
pr.er cf c- it"f
In IbX'J. c-tT- :cd is N' Or-
stance. whn the Lpgtlatun? of ita not me uver autvcAir i jr, fc jezre.
Miiippi attemptetl to tnttruct made a m:takf I not ailwr at Jar.d m MHk at ri --n'..
Squalor Lamar to aupport the C? ctut au cunc? lw h:;h a lUts- Xa lt-U. cctlrt wr.t ::!l
Bland-Alllton act, in p-akiog cf dard cf value when cpjr can t-rj,; - ta N w Crlrat U Zk c:d s
. . , . . - j . . .... .
thrw.Aftlutinn in tha United States hd t 11 cel.! a tir.a: w tM;r t-r.J. :l i5c-e at
w . . w - . . . .
Senate, he said: copper a a!andrd of r!c at
-Between these resolutions and the ratio vf 10 f 1. the mercury
my conviction! there is a gulf. I m thctmometcr of Vvniy
,.n nn will net .hifk lb., to- UP
i :n ti:: : pr.c :r
to the greenback cra2e, and was
chaDgeofthe ratio, it had been burn in the national convention of
undervalued and was orth mortne national crceuuac pariv.uciu
asacommoditythanascoin. Not- at Toledo, Ohio, on the 22u day of
withstanding this fact, however,
the country was &o well pleased
I with practically a good standard
.N VAV GOODS.
, -'Tirtia nAmmittpfl thinks that the
I 111?- lWli Lll - - - I
desideratum in the monetary sys- that no further legislation was re-
tem is the staudard of uniform quired, until 18o3, when a Demo
value; tbey"can,not assert in that cratic Congress drovehe last nail
both metals have ever circulated j in the coffin ot the mythical "dol
0,mifon0nnBlr. concurrentlv aud i lar of our daddies," by which it
cent- -? pr.cr t?-e vru.z zz
frre c:r.ac yrt'-m.
In lS'O. th? numUrtf facicn.t
in tijia crisntry l..7 . with
Ilia.Mhe largest ptock of New
Mujfic.vf. Lhi-ment5 tlist has ev
er been in North Carolina, such
as Al'ToIIARPS, ACCORDIANS, MAKr
DOL1NS. UurTARS, B AN JOS, VlOLINS,
and 'Koluer Organs, and any
thing oUh that i. kept in a first
class-Music' Store. Prices lower
than ever. Orders by mail' have
promt attention. Addess
W. L. Lowe, Newton, N. C.
indiscriminately in any country
where there are banks and'money
. . . .i
dealers; and nhey entertain m?
was legislated . out of circulation,
though it seems this latter act was
almost unnecessary, as it had lone
conviction that the nearest ap-, since ceased to circulate, except as
nroach to an invariable standard a curiosity. But as there lias ben
is the establishment of one metal,!
which metal shall compose, ex
clusively, the currency for large
GOLD-BUGS FIRST CRAWLED IN KORTII
CAROLINA. . -
great :controvrsy as to tne real
purpose of this act, it U necessary
to recur to the opinions expressed
i-ebruary, 15S. lhe third sec
tion ol the platform adopted at
that convention reads as follows :
''The coinage of silver shall be
j placed on the same footing ot that
This declaration was followed by
a similar one adopted by the tame
party at Chicago on the 9th da? of
June, ISS0, in the following language:
'Second. That the bonds of the
United States should not bo re-
ifundnl, but paid as rapidly aa
practicable, according to contract.
To enable the government to meet
.a " .
imposes. .ny uuiy, m i ie u
will do. and I will voto acainst
this bill. Then it w.ll t-c
tor them to determine if adherence
to my honest convictions has di-
qualified me from representing
them." Mieht these words that
fell from the lips ot the Scath's
greatest statesman be buried into
the very souis of North Carolina
tiroe-ierving politicians of to-day.
WoulJ that the ghost of Lamar's
honest eloquence might nse up to
torment them into a speedy re
pentance, ero it is too late to re
deem the already tarnished honor
ot the Democratic prtyl But
alail history repeats itself. Near
t product wQuid tail tky-h:gb end u th? Unittd Stat .tad
hv tbA ipriRUtora who were resDon-l these obligations, legal tender cur
9tbift for ita existence- in order to rency ibould be iubstllnted for the
settle the dispute. In discussing 'not of the naUonal banks, tho
cleAn out of tisht there t tell-
ir.x what cotton would cll fcr (XI
ont4 a cnnd weuld t nowhere.)
With g-veromcnt-tr.mpcd cepper
a mony of final redemplico.
tck:nc up tiue r-?r currvner
a lim:tlc a thc Iravc cf th?
fore l when summer if gre-rn,"
with a per dpitA ctrcn!at:ca of
t"X) or ll,COQ. our ccuntry wculd
advance in prcp;nty net Vy Itapi
and bounds merely, l ot by run
ning hich jumps nd by aerial
.lights Ilk? that cf th? labial cow
that c lea ml tne nwu in cne
Posfeit thy -ju1 in patience
rn::i. and 4 ..7 r; tutt
X shall c:.t:nu th: ktch
G. M. Yoita.
ly a quarter of a century ago. tht P1 a5 k Till.
' - j-..a t,. iaaor Altgvld gtts to V? bhxh cf
DttecMtt. when it fodorv ifc "trr.CUtlt. Obnr-
. .rli t;-! I ri
nomioaiion oi xaoiacc vj. j , u
erstwhile rabid Republican, lor One of the c-t evidences that
the presidency of the UoiUM Axer'a Hair Vxcr U aa article cf
States, in the 'hop that it m:cht exceptional ment ts the fact that
get a division cf the loaves and th-iciamad for it u ceuusUy ;
, , . crva:ng. No cr.e who cs-rs tliis
fishei; and, in contcqueuce.it snf- i--m- dr-cL thinka cf
fertd the mot humiliating defeat 1 trying any other preparation fci
in lU history. I can do no better the hair.
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f rvta a rx4 itriitice. H rarlftati
Wly. wraiere-i tTctu a1 ft.rrrcct
itiicra jrsra Ur a tUilrr p rJ
dte lUe Ucnl rt;art: - Xazi
w!t ca t cCh Jtlx wra!
la un. cimj stirr "cs.tv 10 tcr
ttjttzzl cosiiiu-a lz
e!!elirM l t&t:ui;e. Tor4tha
j:ca cf tt !r:pcrt:: a:cur:tUu4
izrr.s tfc winter tr-a. to pzr'.tj 11
i;ocd tsi to isiiren: It wbcCa f J-
ttr. Iter U ccO-Irr e-iaJ X9 Uvl'i
irurr;-a. i?ca t:;x c.t-siujia
HcdTt fcr4;n:U trw. It :UCc
yoa crwi. tin I ll let:r;cr!.a4
Uic4 la Uillt il&ri inarrUU
ail troca rx.iab. rralcIsJ j--r;.
Xfctj tU tbe s'.cey.
The Tcr.r; ? Detnocrslic Cos
ten lien lal wck r.cIr.ated x
GTtrscr Tayhr fcr femner lz&
adef ted a frt- ;her ;!a:ftna
Snatcr Harri and E. V. C-T-niacx
are amcrg the dt!rtei to
the National Ccsvectica.