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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - September 10, 1879, Eldora, Iowa                                one toiunin iixMmiYitii One tolfimn 1 0001 So ttofo rurli or A aooD4rtdat HOUSED JIOOTH Ku vm liicoecllon f or nud ledul Lotirtl liLlil1 ATTORNEYS AT Smiths A 11EPUBLICAN DEVOTKD TO THE INTERESTS OP HAIIDIN HARDIN SEPTEMBER Per NUMBER Ooil keep you All Host clone In niit nrfilrcllng irrnn Unlll My heart In with yon M I kneel to pray nlglill Ooil kcop yon In Bin caro Thick croup lIVo ullont Alioul my hmul 1 inyftelt In tender whlln overhead Tlio moon ttcnlinit throtieh the window A ullvcr sickle gleaming mid tlm For though T am far Feel nafo nnd To trtut yon dear and Tho night In I my with heart tho nlil ClooitiilRlill Swiotilrcaraul dotl keep yon SlIAIUIONAH ORGAN Eldora ill Law nml Justice of the Spo Klvrn Office m r i mi iriiim WUAVKI ittoriicynnil BupcclaJ altar rOIJTKIt Utornevj nl will practice In nnd Fddurrf Courts I front Biicond Iortor Jlnrdin Hepilnr Uotmtiilc Ihyilclan nnd iMiiilnni cornir of Sixth nil Mnrkui calta iironiptly auumlcd lim nil 5 M lloRulnr Irarllclne and Of 0110 South of Ellimorlh Eesl llontiropathlc Ofllco at reildence V DENTAL PEACTITIONEE HOOHH ovor Ducks hardware 111 Juki 1latv n Deyos CAMPAIGN Honest Money and a Free Democratic Extrnvngnuco nnd RilHitilivun Ablo Speech of John nt Childrens Invented and Excliisiveiy used by this The most popular Organs of the day UNRIVALLED IN The Wilcox M White Organ lastviveto is the BEST and CHEAPEST in tlio maikot I Ss t am happy to lio again among tlio people of to whom 1 am un ilcr the highest obligations of duty and grati anil especially to bo hero In tliin Rood county of whoso representatives Imvo Ihrioo honored mo with thoir vote when a candidate for tho Hutmto of tho United loliccrfiilly oiino to speak on matters In which ia troll as tho whole peoplo of tho United have a nnmmon interest j mil I will beet moot your wieboB by statins in a frank way audi facto am reasons as appear to mo to justify the support that you havo uniformly given to Ihn Hopuhllcan parly sinco Its organi zation lu and toproaont adequate grounds for supporting U Three parties nroscnt candidates to tho peo ple of Ohio for Iho highest onlcos of tho It will not ho necessary or just for mo to ar rnisii the personal ataudiig or sor virurt of either of tho oiudidatos ou either of these Thoy aro all rospectod nnd each no if satisfno tnrily perform tlio duties of tho oftlco to which lie is INVOLVED ANTI TAHTY the issues involved aro far mnro import ant Ilian Ilio I BHSiiro that up on thn olielion in Ohio depends questions of ptthllc policy which tonch upon tlio fiMmowork of onr Government and affect tho interests of ovory citizen of tho United Tho enmo old qnestinus about which wo disputed before the aud sinco tho areas clearly in volved iu this campaign as they woro when Lincoln was or when Grant was tight inn tho battles of his cotiutrvin tho Thero are limviirial questions involved in this The HpiiMfaan party maintained and executed Iho Hosnmptiou act as tho boat remedy for tho that followed tho panic of Under that act it has brought about tho resumption of epocio Jy it policy all of money are equal lo aud rcikimniMo iu It has reduced tho intercut on all Iho public debt that is It has maintained aud nilvauced the public credit fast to wlmt ivho would ItaVo floodod tlio tloiln destroyed all Values and drlvnn tho nation Into universal Hud oMmpollud it to through to coin Tlio Bober judgincnt of our peoplo has so often con demned this that it is scarcely necessary fornio to point out tho inuvHihlu effects of BUidi an issue of paper H publicans as well as Democrats shared in tho dolnaimH of tho bnt as tho diticilaslon and tlio pub lic Judgment was tho Uopunican party as it has muforally done fortholnat twenty take tho responsibility of proposing a definite measure to euro tho ovils iiddor which wo wore months of failure and diaiatohid proceeded boforo tho liopnb licana could bo so far united aa to propoao and papa tho Resumption act through both houses of Congress and this was intended as tlio rem edy for the Tho final judgment of tlio Iloiiiiblican party was that tlu only proper remedy was to baso otucurrency on a coin standard and IsBilo no m noy In any form ex cept that which is in gold and silver central idea hud bcon uniformly advocated by tho loaders of tlio Dcmoorailo party but as on other finding tho responsibility resting upon tho llLputiH and witlinsto iiialto politlial capita untof any a as Involving tosii anil so If WotiM if It hail been tho panic ot clcaroii thn way for rosnmp It produced all the distress In the most oxigaerato I It tlm panic which do d tlio evil effecsof InlUllon andmndo ttio policy of adopled hy tho Rn pnblicati tho eUtesniaulikoromeily for iho evi n of tho Kb ill we ovor this distress again r If why rlon KwinffY Why dlJlnrh tho pros onf Impifnl prnsnncts Why the ptib lio mill 1 ovor a question alroidy and acquiesced in Why elect who Vfas m atnluiii in hi and otlll cannot c incoil hotllity to that pnlicv Tho Tlcmo CMta of and of Maryland in thoir declared thoir ioquiescenoo in EVOII in a re cent speech in aro ran mo thoy toll I admit H I am glad of I hopo It may not ho 1 would do notli iui td impair If thii bo and tho romniption quosion in ouulu not the party whose idem d the p to hold Livery and Sulc West of Glbto Flist class ItiKs fiirulslicil at all Pottlei cnrrlf tiry ptirt oftlu1 fur lor ANDREW and Dculet In j Itlillnu IOWA il bund a neHiunl o llVKillj v llil 1 A Lam SM of Sadlers EZRA Itniiniilnt itono wllli A A n tbt ollowinc clupt tut If Ollldo to In iuie anJ Alvirc I Adtice In to Ctlilicr ConNgml si lourllhln lo Mirriw In nulc ot I tajViMiiw SflMull Ilile by M THE PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER It now declares its purposo t it has to keep and maintain ovory dollar of paper monoy in circulation ai of equal to tho best coin issued from tho ni d as fioon possible to complete the work of rudtie tln iutenst on all tho public debt to 4 ner or Tho ireenbnck party not only denounces nil wo havo bnt proposes to reverso it by the analjijht unlimited amount of irrc able paper to destroy the system of to cull in and pay off all the United Htntus bonds with irredeem able The Ilenioriiatic partv of both iu its platform and by is or h nil of tht d but it does eo not as a of but for Its niiiu object by any sort of ulli anco on any real or d popular to Kain strength enough to iniito with the solid so that it may restore to in all departments of tlio National tho very saum doctrines that led to tho civil and tho very men who waged it aganiist the To obtain political tho Democ racy hy to compel their members to abandon tho old and ehoritibol principles of tho of having a Hound cur rency ledeenmble in For thoy over throw Itislinp for they propose to rinpin all wild and visionaryschemes of Inlliiinn tbit have been twie ivjoctod by Ilio Our cotiest with them A not only ou titninetal bni upon the old nnd broad question of the power and duty of the Ilio ooiuili liiilou and laws of the United unites in every Htatu and whether in favor of or opilnst any of the St us tirst take ni these nnancial and in charity and and with duo deference to opposing oudeavor to get at tho if wo The great body ef all parties are interested in and desirous of promoting thn public If tliov could only both sides fairly there would boleas heat and rness in politi cal oont nnd nioe TAIITV ON Qf tlm liiBtdiffiicuco between pnrtios in matters tint it is necessary to notice ia the of thu recent periail of hard times under which our country lias suffered and tho next was tho Knriumpion act n iviso and proper Our Greenback claim lhat tho Hepnbliciin pal and willing to make political untof howovor lhat tno Itupub llcans might agiliist tho llesumplion and thus mado a party measuro of that which should havo boon supported by every body in tho BUCCERS OF But tho Ilonnblioau parly took tho responsi bility of the has boruo it in tho heat and burden of and now proudly points toils 8iicis3ful execution as onu of its greatest That act provided simply for tho gradual Issue of silver coin to tako the place of fractional currently and sec ou tho 1st of tho United States would redeem iu coin any if its notes tlmt wero presented at tho subtreasury in Now This act gave full power and di rections to tho Secretary of the Treasury to make suitable preparations for tlio execution of tho 1 It is socii that tho Resumption net did not tako effect from its except to banking and for the jjriidual substi tution of silvor coin fractional currency Wliilo its nwin provision did not take cITcct un til aud no act wai done under it until it was quilo tho for a to say tliat the Resumption act was Iho cause of Iho hard times but Eiving I tlio only man who really has pressed this Btrango sirango dogma it would attribute tho panic of to an act that was not paused until and was not even commenced to bo put iu force in a delinito way until and did uot tako full effect until I need not givo yon tho resumption tho croaking and ovil prophecies and ivarnings of our Greenback and Democratic friends of its failure and ovil You can still hoar their warnings in the air and to whom tho Jtcsnniptiou act was liko water to a mad advocated its repeal even in when it was praoticxlly Hn could nothing lint evil iu the No corner grocery could no bankrupt speculator could run bnt tho act was tlio fatal I gave thn of resumption briefly iu a apeecti 1 midi iu which has heen circululwl among and 1 wil repeat this part of the Sunicient to nay tut every B op under the Ito Biiniption act had a to easy times and restore to trainee iirijus to tho value of our airl I load us slowly and surely to tlm specie was not n vroplery of evil made as to the progress of ri sumption or is Dial WHS not fiiliillod When be lime eauio for resillnpli m every jf paper equal ti Tlio same amount of money wai outat idling as a spuit of trust nnd cnntidoiico tooli pussisaiim of all classes Busmow and proa peiily again or and hapolly KJlllod this most difllcult inoslon to Biirccod at the rather that thn patty who oppoaed nnd criod against ro sumption Iloiimptionlian como to II yon want it to you must not put in hiRl position those whoso pi and am bition woild lead Ihom overthrow it but ruthcr thoso whi will all nocofsiry moins to maintain aud preserve tho specie and onmpictb tho work by all nieas nrcs that oxperieii o may show to bo iry NECESSITY Foil COIN Of what do our Greenback fiionds now com plain They say that thero is a largo of gold kopt idle in tho Ho thero is Ouo hundred xiil thirlyoight millions of dol Inrs of coin is in tho troasni awaling nnv do mauds tlmt miybo mndnnpon it in thn redomp tion of Unitud States But why is tins liecauso experience has shown lhat unflicien coin must he held in order to produce Iho ncc iasarv coiilldonco to maintain reaiimptioi This ia an catiiDlishod axiom in all systems o banking since any It is Baid that wo lose interest on tho amom of money invested in this 80 wo do In il part of this fund would bo at to carry on the ordinary operations o Ninety million of was crontud bv tho salo of on which n are now piying interest lo tho amount of tM Thia is tho cost of an Hm onlv iu wo liavo alrcad secured an annual saving by onr refunding op erations of Wo havo also secured a largo reduction of interest on private and public Ccbls and the debts of cities aud eorpo IIEFUNP1SO Sinco March tho Treasury Depart ment lias sold for refunding purposoi United Statoa of whicli wero aud wcro I per During that limo tho de partment called in or recrivel by exchoiiue United States bonds tearing II per oent and f loariiw per nfl for tho ordinary expense of thn Clov their 1nt It Is bound In honor to aoo tlm osllmales presented lo Congress that the boni fl8 of tho amoudmonts adop od by or the vear ending amount Its pihcy lie d to tho f ri odmi n of d to wliilo tho appropriations the Houtli who havo been loyal and trim to their by Congress for tlio ordinary cxpunsea of bnt faithful forbearing to thu loaovcrnmontfortlmtyoarnniountto whito men of the 8 i i I I n TilO question of frOO eldlollB lias aSBUUlOl a T i u ti urt nf proniluencu never boforogivon although tlio noil on w cnnomv it did not orthl out v rv ropeoto Tho paity is determined to have not only iiaoiXVKKI more for by Ihooxecni ivo doi It has reduced tho tix on tho United Wales statutes providiiB for tl n Irajt nf all taxes mmli elections Imvo boen in Ihey ss mnm while mluHni the aro made iu pursnancoof a plain provision of STeS o a Plug nt hM whioh fund sntdally set naidn nuy at any me by luce the public and also n fund of s of tho Legislitmo of cacl Hiato as to specillally set hy law to Uie sot aside law to rrfln m the If Ids is a specimen of for Benatois and fractional Iho economy thoy will iiianguralo wlien they Th pmvMon Finitora ilia hcen long the control of all braiiulica of the Ouvorn and every mombor of Uio Henalo with war claitnu and MiBstsuippi oflicu under n law panned by THE A if tho United Stains Hmv Old Hills Aro Very tew snrs a Wnsliington of the New York Grnjili Imvo mi idea of tlio nruomit o now tniuancted wliat ia Jinown iwtho rcilemption JiviBion of tlio United States It in this vition which 1ms clmrge of the work of re deeming nnd reissuing tho or wornout notes of national and is under tho very nlilo supeiiuteiulence of of New The divibiou JH Hitppoited by Iho national each bank being assessed upon PITH AND THE common people of England ob ject to tho nobility because their offense is SMITH thinks Hint his tailors persist ent demands ought to so does tho A KIKD word spoken to a husband will go farther tlian a broomstick or a says wwnun of WHAT a paradox to any that gotit runs in a Whoever saw gout even make a decent walking7 A BAILOR put n saddle on hind part A bystander showed him his Tho sailor How do you know which way I wn going to jide HANDS havo feol Legs have yet walk Eye havo yot BOO ItnvTA Vfifc C11OW wllli drybrooltn wantinp wntor and harliora o power eight VOAIS ago without all demanding nH It MneHeniaiivcs in cnn I can only God the Treasury j upon lit ap Departmont I would not liko the task of tin f a ministering it HuporvisorB may bo with Deputy to kiop tho peace at tho THE Deputy to Kiop mo peace ac ino confined my This law was ranted by tlio self lo financial moil of them of a torn I course of tho Uomncratfo party at tin porary which will bo settled iu ordinary course of which ever way will not affect tlio poaco and order of thero is a question in u ot ci finitely more important than money or bonds or cjvjl IVtsidontial of when ovor j iiinual votes were Into tho ballot It ever way wiiUiot affuct tlio poaco ami j waja fearful crimp which struck iho founda ivil and mignl havo caused war if tlio result bad depended IIIKIII tho voto of tho Hlae of Now Tho properly or silver or Hovera nf Iho Southern States recently In roI aiso to In tho Ruitlicru aided and by tlio Dmo fts a riinedy for rand and violence in eratic have nnlified for tho iu part ekcilons It has been or in the conotitutional amendments to by both Its HOC the civil nnd to so not in any though curoiw It is true that tho Thirteenth nmcs In many This mcs cuuro aboliBlied noinii lw lpn Democra nally uiit in tlio great hotly of Iho j r0pcnl ivnd It ro cuttnn SalPB tho coorod poplo arn still in a tho but tho House of HoprcHOUta OM di above thcplavw Tho f of then refused to pass atic party mnina tho in of which all they have been literally cheated with a Of either bongo may nullify me tho meanest form of ballotbox hmvever important This is the posi nlnniii and now several members of j0n llo a nioro dangerous buhl ihoir in Congress by virtue of tho tllo attempted nullitlcation of tho of these Iu Him way tlio put down by Mniitlivru States havo been made solidly or tho attempted Bccemiion linvo boun rcdonni d and cxccnt which IULVO not b on prCHrnted Mid Imve Look now over our urwtd country anil noto the contnat between our condition ou the 1llh of when the limiiimpion act and on the 11 Hi day of when preparations to resume and now on the Illi day of more Ihan snvon monlliM after have lio twirn tbemidacH the gen nil rate of intorent on indebtedness lias been reduced Jo yier Tho value of exports of merchandise from t tho vear per Tho exports of mcralmiidlrjo dnring the hitler year wero larger than during any rcrliiim year in tho liietory of our foreign prc MEDICAL Bjnliood WATCH Gold SILVER Keith shlu 1ulillc rty tho cur in this is for tho ml The aimwor to tliia that tlioro IIIIH no contraction of tho aitico and that tho amount of paper monoy outstanding on tho 10tli of was Tho excess of imports ovor ex ports of mcrclmndiKO during tho year ended amounted ti during tho year ended Juno tho excess of ex ports iiver impnrts amounted to and dnrliiR Ihn year ended Juno it rose to an increase in such excess of or more than 75 por in two Tho imports ot morchandiso during the yoar ended July amountcid to and tho yoar ended June of or than it waa i o on tho liOth of Ju AGENTS Clock iui1 y llcpnirina ibt lull New Brick Shop oiiay r Youth nud ft wcnlth or MCtlt UDO llullT of Iiuiilles rutilio r uul of lolmlh Kollilntf ollciinlvu to poud bin jltr mtUlua nfluT lirfow fnituly per of at tho close of tho iinionut on tho iUith of was and on tho KOlh of itwaa Sid wliilo ou the iWih of 1ST4 after the it was Bo lhat the umuuiit outstanding wboti tho panic canio was greater than ovor nnd was in creased within tho lirst two months after the panic Our Greenback friends answer by saving on tho 110th of thero wero of compoiiud iiitiroal notes nnd threeyear trmiaury which woro legal tender for their face wore enrronoy but theno notes wore no moro cuiTOiicy than tho bonds which worn issued to also them Thoy wero debt in its most burdmisomo iillhough Iho principal nf them wtis nominally n legal They iu worth moro than legal nud woro never used as circulating me dium They wero debts duo by the Unitod payable In thruo and woro re deemed during Williinn Mloawbor la tho flrst person of whom 1 liavo read who considered his noto as current Ho ran iu debt to young Uop pnrlleld nud when tho dobi bad wen io a cousidorablo snm the interest was jarefully eouuted and MrMlniiwlMr gavo Carriage Shop Wagon and Carriage Work Promptly Now to Live for n The oxppvicuco of tho French clorgy Cixnon wlio latoly lied nt ago of offers ft low HUggcs thoHovho to know how they may uHuin to long Ho ftlo liiything witli only wit R hoMtilv ovory Imt often was to tho lust vory fond of Hwcot know what licmdnolw or BEST BLACKSMITH SHOP l aUuit lifoiui of ftlta timo ho hiul ufiiLtniiv Joiipcilleld bis noto and thanked Ood lhat the debt was paid and his consctimoo wits ro He looked upon his noto as money in tho tamo way that our Greenback fiiomis look upon tho notes as onrronl jlut In both oases thoy woro debts to lie mid not IlEKUMlTlON NOT TUB CAUSE Ol IUIVD if cniitrnotion of Ilio currency to tho cause of tho hard why did the hard times caus extent to all Kmopo and to tlio whole civilized The exccHs of exports of specie ovor imports uperio during tbo year aimed Juno was bnt during tho year ondod tho excess of exports of specie wan only Tiio oxcliaiigfa in tho Clearing Ilonso in Now York and in tweutyouo principal cities in Iho Unitod for tho sovon months ended July amount to and for tho same period of lucreaso of WlB per cent In tho production and manufacture of cotton tho progress mado during tho past four years has been showing an increase of 80 per Tho incromu in tbo number of bales taken within tho last two years over tho iwo preceding yoira iu or moro than M por The present cotton ending In will show a moro rapid rate of Tlio number of spindles lias increased fram 000 lu 1S70 to about in iu croiso of ovor 47 por Tlio woolenmanufacturing Industry has ro eently received a strong whioh in a few wooliH sent up tho price of woolJJO por and greatly encouraged tlio business of wool growing nud started many of tbo woolou manu factories that had boon lying Tho production of biouilstulTH and moats has been enormously increased within Iho hint year or and a ready market boon found for tho surplus Tbo not Inorvaao in porltpaoking is 88 per Tho Incroavo in beef production has boon oonatantaiid progros stimulated by prices that liavo scarcely doolined during tho paut two Thero has been a marked revival lu tho iron trado during Ilio last two In 1871I tbo production of pigiron iu this country reached its amounting to Under tho Idlueiieo of tho panic it fell to 111 tons in In LS77 it incnmsod to 5Sr and In 1818 to This i than fortynix Tho party cliinn groat credit for allpgodiiciiiioiny in tho past four dnrii g whicli liavo tho llousu of AH parly in opposition to the it was natural it Humid closely scnttinizo and redmo Furjany reiiuction it has mado wilmiut crippling the public I nm very williug io give it credit But lot us see Tho sineo tho close of steadily demiacd tho public It was a great task to bring down tlie expenditures to a but by tho enactment of wise laws to limit and con trol expenses whero had grown and i expenses wherever and by cou sultiiig Iho various interests and dumiinds of tho publio tbo Republican ailininlslra tion has been marked by a decrease ol an is shown by tho oludal tablcr of net ordinary I am gud I nay that thu Committee on Appro of Ihe last two compos d ot n majority of Democratsandn minority of Repub licans of whom our candidate for was woro zealous and careful iu reducing And what lias been the result Tho first voar was tho fiscal yoar end ed Juno For that yoar tho appropria tions for ordinary expenses woro reduced to Tho next bv milking no appropriation for rivers ami harbors nnd re ducing tho appropriations for thodtflciencios in the postal ecrvieo tootiehalf tho demands of tho thny cut tho appropriations down again to llut thu this illadvised economy showed itself in an appropriation of iKlJI a of whioh was mado up by tbo lariWHt bill passed for many ta lint tho appropriation made for tno current or the year ending Juno amounts io which is Hie I rgest apprn made within eight except in tho vtar whon tho appropriations wero pnr poolv largilv as a means of relief fromtbo enVcs of the Thus it will bo BJUII llmt the liavo been rapidly in oreaiitB npliroprialionr since they havo had control of niiiing the flsenl year Ihey have not only apprupriiilod all Ihe rovonuo of tho Gov bnt have exhausted tho sinking so as to disable us for tho first timo from ro ducng Iho principal of the public ami tinvo applied to other uses a fund specifically sot by law for the redemption of fractlou al llItrUDUOAN On tho other a Itopiibijcan ndmimotra llini bus largely reduced expenditures in all those branches of the public service whoro Iho amount In subject to ils it liat time eollectleg nt hat port more revenue in 1870 thun in 1877 It ban reduced thoexpoiiOHof coliooli cuslotnulu 18 that of comity Hss a t ioyerument but what whoro IJixmi nnd wero driAMI b m tins do ale of the bulled it mav for liny and iu this way K jitiity strong enongli to hold a majority of ciiher bouse while ila supremacy its circulation to pny tlio I Teeth have yet chew A LADYS underwear is described by tlmt delicnto nnd dainty term but ft man is obliged tonso uncli blamed commonplace terms us abirt1 and WHEN a husband comes homo after midnight nnd asks hit wife the timo of and fihe bnts him over the head with n and tells him it has Htrnck it is timo to THERE are two things that will mnko us in this if wo attend to The first is never to vex our selves about what wo cannot holp and the second never to vex ourselves about what wo can Awl it is not to bo wondered ro murked as he adjusted his eyeglass senbathing has grown unpopulah because you vulgah herd took to tho and it lias become vewy much A BALDHEADED reproving youth for the excrciso of his Wo fight with our heads nt this Tho young man reflected a moment and then I nud you have butted all yonr huir AN Iowa editor acknowledges a pres ent of grapes in rather ambiguous Ho says Wo havo re ceived a basket of grapes from our riend tor which ho will accept onr somo of which nro two in A vfoito to tho wise is A minister made an interminable call upon a ludy of his Her little who was grew weary of his and whispered in uu audible Didnt he bring his tunen with mamma Two KiuENDS met each other on a Paris how old you look todny I never remember you you look tluds itself in possession of worn or mutilated it packs it up und sends it to tho redemption whore it is examined and sort and is redeemed by an equal amount of new or fit notes for During tho fiscal year of 1878 thero were sent in for redemption of nationalbank notes out of tho entire na tionalbunk in that was in Octo ber Secretary Sherman issued nn order that banks sending money to the treasury to bo redeemed must pay the express charges in and lliis hud tho effect of reducing vory much thu amount of money sent iu for re so that during the fiscal year of 187 just closed tho amount re ceived was only whicli is is the smallest for many Former ly tho express charges wero paid by tho livision and assessed upon tho banks according to the amount of their circu lation This order of Secre tary Sherman has caused nationalbank notes to remain in circulation about onethird longer than In tho fiscal your of 1878 tho actual number of notes redeemed was about while in the fiscal year of 187 the iium ber was Tho reason why tliero is so much difference in tho value and tho number of notos when comparing tho two is that when banks did not havo to pay tlio ex press charges they sent many bills of largo but since Secre tary Shermans order they have stopped sending large because the express charges nro reckoned upon the value of a and not upon its so tlmt it costs just as much to send n bill as it dors to send There aro more bills sent for redemption than any other denomina This in of that in the general exchange of money more tivcB nro and tho largest issues aro jnaiio of this Thotiftist redeemed present the largest and tbcro is about ono fifty presented to nino Of the received fov ro lire and of terror is excr IIIAI I our iirniH mid HticeifMfully overthrown cisiid by be miwt lawless of Homely mutter To this doctrine Ewiug dHregurd of the rights and of Aiuerj nro i Whon von are called upon to voto for them 1 liiiow this H fining but it is t know whether heir aml it is iinally true Unit the i Ja WUU thoir record rieivm the benellt of theo i Wllr They aro now in politi WMUIS to be to tbir A maj witi ninety out ol a hundred of of the Southern Htates lllu wllo fought against our 1 Somo of thoni urn almostcortiiinly and soniii are It is perhaps though nut that Mm of tbo rebels of thn South should i piithy with the iidlmrn to hut it Is upially It then Uw inn r the and iiilly f ipiniull would Iravn SatiiH like Iho N divided Kiid wilh fren and a ll e diilieut political questions of tho South be solved he pnrtydivi i nt of tho war into other Wilh tho Hmith lene it with a few sialtered and Iho it controls ho poi iiil n nf can eeo a e Ihe Selinlo nnd tho And in nim of the If Mil pulii a1 found d fioj und will bo ovir II that body our herein bo ilHiing tbo inninWiiicil tno tlm IJemoeralic purty iu sym as reducci1 tlio expenses of collecting tho cus toms ilniins In Now wliilo il IhoTcieipVs Sfl and in llwtnn oxpensos liavo beon reduced and reeeipU It 1ms n diiced Iho expenses of tho entire able from a permnnoiit rnnnal ap in to Sin Thero has also boon a largo Inoroasn of rovo nuo from dun to tbo Hlringent en forcement of tlio rovmmo and chiefly from increased valuation of importntioim by ovon ting fraudulent invoices and thr with thiH all other issues avo you may not upon it tliia full Vo vmrclwlim this fall thu to liu whin the liepubllian wilt piHont a forniidiiilo and nlcrn iesisiainoln UKaiiBlciinlitnliiiittl Ihn same In ntid ISin thnt lonistcdin nud webad Impol was settled by tho conatitutioiial amoud I mav ho akil what will you do ahout it Would yon linvowldiorB In tho South and iral armies at tho polls Mv answer in that is not a practicablo dcral roldioiB wero at Iho Kouth or at tho excopt to proforve tho Tho llrst remedy is by an earnest appeal to Iho uonmi of Jtm tico and Iho interests and the mauhnod of tho Tho niMioes are aro aro at is de clared by tlio and cannot be It is tlio interest of the while people of the Honth Io rospoct the rights of tho for if thoy do and carry tlieir opprcmion to iixlnmly for a number of years they will hi timo wilh a maofily of liiwaliitlliiR lilailt who will meet tlioin with Such a context now would be The black man must submit It they rii right they aro wrong now have to criticise Ihomor ainiigu tinin Tliov are freo and it is llioir own jirsitiinbutlpteferto lolloiv the old liopub licaii fluthat was hoisted in and has oun al of and Our great purtv struggled for six to pro H fought lur ing four years of blowly lo pre iiorvo tho Union nud lo abolish Il has tiiieo preserved tuo imtioiial bouor and has aucccssfnlly adiiiiniiteioil Ihu National It now mauds ireu and thu supiciiiiicy of national law in national ll bus placed in nomination cuulidattm of tbe 1 Itepubllcan majuri y this and clear Iho way lor Iho great snuggle next liko will bocomo a land mark in our political ll bus placed in nomination CUUIKUIW u truo your coiilldouco and us give them Ait Iwliims From n London paper w copy tho following account of tlio Hog tfing of nn IiuHiin with tho catoniiio Doxtutor was brought 13 ia a heavyset uwl litiil a laugh on his Ilia back demption labt only was found to be totally unfit for circulu tiou and was Tho remain dor was Of tho sent vos found to bo which is mi xceeilingly small and shows hut tho secrutstrvico system is doing grout good in suppressing It generally boliuvod tlmt banking jcoplo uru very caruful and iiccuriite in iiimliing money anil doing but inquiry nt tho dwidluttur oilico ol tho PoHtoilUo Uupartmont will show tbat a great proportion of tho mis lirocted let tern containing valuable pa pers received there uro from aud in the received at the re demption division lust year tlio girlu who count the money found errors amounting to Tho treasury couuteBses are proverbial for their accuracy in counting and their aptness in detecting Spinner used to sny Unit women handle money uiidor all circumstances better than But it is duo to the banks to say that nearly 70 per of tho errors they niudo lust woro against Out of tha 42 wero and only wero to uso tho slang of the count Tho circulation of national banks is not tit all evenly distributedthrough the but fourtilths of it is m iho Eastern Tho IJobtou biiuhs iilone havo ovur 12 por of the 011 shouldut bo ray for I novelwas so old us I am A WELLKNOWN local preacher in a suburban while instructing a class of urchins in the told thorn that God could do where upon one of them asked Can God make a rock so big that he cant lift it Tho boya question remains GoKTin said energy would accom plish iiuj thing desired iu this Oh old woro you only in tho land of tho living wo should givo you tho task of talking a burbot to competing with a man at his own as it a Fa Ila A LONDON walking iu Dublin for tho tirst times got into easy conver sation with a and chaffed him winding up with this smart observation toll wheru you would bo if the devil got his Pat replied with feigned sim Id be yer TIIK buxom Banna nliriUvllUMtglrJn 8hii batiiM doom TOO Anil hkmvlsi lianas her mibnrn Shu ou Ihu Anil bauRH upuii the liifbt ut all VmiiKB she innmly IjniiKfl Iwr auburn O bnxom The ls lyre wit rapture to the lutlnenco Oi lij bolond Ueauuons Ijiulu TinieiiJOurnat A PnoviDENOE man when ho was a httlo boy he was one day standing in Market square with his when four Irishmen came ono of whom nuked the distance to uhiv mmitW auty atlodrnl Ins voioo continuing ilwlinot In RADICAL CURE TOE His tho production of iron will IIU ttl WtWVV lllUlt tit Mocirtv nt ou tho Is BagaoloUB tJ i t I Now us to tlio Our aroonhaok enough to BUO tlio wave of praspority mat to frleuds nroposod to moot tlio panic or 1B73 by a lows aud ia looliiug how to prollt Urge issue of Irredeemable paper Hy Ho ia reportod by hia Violdlng w the demand for an inoroaeo In tho sayluKt yo nnwTot tho Grant did author eaid Iwill toll Use tho Issue of of Uuiled Btatra why it IB important that Ilio Dunio lolcB lhat had been rollrud prior to This Ofatio party nuould and wuy I desire aoUon had not Uio ullglitost offoot lu arrratliig jta sucooss Rhovo any pmsoual ambition I may that lint toudod ratUor to Impair coull have to If Ilio Diinoonioy civil rldo iiitn donoo and oauao tlio hoarding of Froo on tho wuvo of proinorlly whioh I thliiU 1 0 Thou Tlm oxiiovHea of tho Bureau of Enuravhig and Printing am now loss tlntn iinnn and largo sayings hive been effected in the erection of public Thero has boon an annual saving to tho treas ury of a considerable mnouiil on account of tho rigid enforcement of Ihe law iu tlio examination of old by refusing payment therefor from pmmanont annual until Congress 1ms boon fully advised of thoir char with tho amount allowed In each nnd a direct appropriation made for Ihoir pay Tbis plan of these allowances be fore and consequently boforo Iho I oincoivo to bo Iho very best to pro vout tlio payment of fraudulent It has alnjurty reduced tho payments annually made on tliw and bcon tho moans of dotodliig roveral fmudulont which might havo otherwise passed wliilo it is oltimed Unit a Demooralio Oongrois has forced economy upon the llepub lioan tho facls aro that tho most maikid ooonomies of this administrallon hnvo been effected binnohcs of tho publicmivloB iniko aiiniiHl or whom iimnln appro priations wero The odiuiniBlratiou has felt no restraint from inBUfllclint appropri In tho great briuiebeH nf Tliero has boon some annoyance in the minor details of Iho iwvico by iho Illadvised reduc tion of force aud us a gou ornl IbniidmlniHi ration hai mot tho pro feKsimis of Iho for reduction of ox peneH more limn tvtid reduced to practice what aro yot only profusions of tho XIPllollilATIONB JN KXOEH8 OV ll may bo fnlry siild of tlioBdniltilst ntlon of Pienident it lias eoonoui loally and fait fully conducted the publio busi uea iu all branches o Iho public Ho Bidca tho ordinary of illpuiuatio sor Ihe BUlo DeptirHnent has plvon tmpnttance to onv consular setvlon in lio eol lodtion of voluiiblo inforniiillon tbat lianonablod our morohaiilH to largely tnoreiiso thoir coin mo Tho Indian uffiiuH wero never nioro Biioeesafully Very important rp oivn wenpons utterly and His only remedy for cslromo suf fering m bis right to leave tho hind of Ins op HUHIO right MsoruUod by tno Israelites of by our and by everv cilinou of foreign lilrlli wlu sough tin our own liind to oacapo oppression or to improve his If tho whito men of Iho Houth can win bv kindness the votes of tlieir former slaves no ono would If they continue what is called tho Mississippi plan of terror and tlioy will not only disgraco our civil but will ullorly ruin Ilio labor of thoso blnek men is tho foundation o all their property and all their 1 ho blacks wo no longer and every yoar will add to thoir nonse of this and wil touch them Iho rights of froo men and tin modos of maintaining thoso In somi of tho States they aro in tlio mid they will oxeroiso thtir powor as such either in harmony witii tbo whites or III oppo sitlon to While this racocoiiluut i iHHlon und the Hottthori isl conlinuo u kept up hy and blatoa cannot and mus bo ill a decaying and their rulanv power will bo giMtly dimlniahoJ in next Thoir credit is imp and soveiiil schemes of of thorn the paired aro dobanii They hav his wrists wero strapped to the pper parts of tho arm of tho id his knees and ankles to tho lower throwing hi book Tho only ign of nervousness niuuifcsted was u niok look at tho catoumotuils which uiok us in WIIH of th tlm hand of n stout arWSrsag iT yfitt WBB l JW raoiioy oou boiMls Juiiiwltwl lu tlio But jiUioiiah inont of thooouilUIou of whioU la sluirly tula iirlvllogo WIIB opoii to ovoty aiwrooly j i t eno the any arid I Tlldonl Ho ta anxloiw to enjoy lio amount of glroiilatlou krontor tliau loaned that oomo from though nrlvlloRewasfroolyiurrjndorod he tiiniiid back the ttdo of liiim gration Unit upon Ihom afier thu wai and now lliuro is no dixpimilIon iu tlio North to cither rolgialo or Invest proper ty in Ilio and will not ho mini Ilio right of la restored to tho majority of tliu pro 1 hurt hoped that tho ovil offoela of tho MW siosippi plan would havo eaUBOil the forma tion of a eoiiBorviitivo party iu those Boutborn Blalca which would Imvo protectedtheso troou iniii lu Ihoir and restored Hgiiiu to credit and Ibeso several I lioliovo tlioro is ample material for the formaiini of such a but it neoniHiiuw hnlpleiw mid poivorleuB in the grasp of lawless who form themselves into otulw rido over tho rigl ts of HID as well as tno in tercuts ot tho pliiuleirt btirtlnoBH policy of and violoueo in Iho should havo been mot hy the nnd dotorniiuod oppo iliou of tho Doinooralio party of tlie ihls party ooulil havo oheuliod siioh as it could have eheoUod tho com moneomoutof Iho war by denial of tho and from intoiestod putluipation in tho leBiiHuof Iho tho Demooratlo have and onoonrugod that and uiid in dully oooperation with impioveniunta Imvo noon maim In I ofllnlally advlned oouti tlioio who have parlkiipMeUio it is tho remedy If this policy la mtluued 1 There ia none other ox opt im oavY i tlm Inmu I nl mnr of Inturnal 11 I insal to tho Noitlmru to all who wuro on o S tU3 5 nffwi inirinB i the Union eUto iu tho In Mllon or in yin avwy flollar Ima boon nnd to tho tiidopnnaout manhood of tlio avwy flollar Ima boon nnd to tho iiopnnou manoo o io aooouutod and for tho past throo years tho Ueinouratto to aland by our poltuual or nbV bbuBWr Our fiiouJa would Imvo tha IBUUO ol arooiuitot irradoeinible paper money ivs llfled out of dobt tlie groatwl bauUrupt in Weonbuolt tt ami nmdo ull mauiior of opposition to HB of up lnvKO nftp whoro ho not Up wouia t So TlOT PpintM to tiiB wroqUa of rokon rtfUBM l vfiiitttak ftua flwiteAs v nut kdoM to warn all iato T S Exporlouoe luvs thus ahdwn that thcHemmti tlon aot nnt but Its wholo ui am unlil iho rlBht K pa 1 Into the tvoaanry wcupt ontovood anil ivBu wbloh IB Boonroil and for which ault ia iioud Tmriforv iu the and this of thcVo taxoH 1 as been BlmuH mads now aud iioxi and unlil iho rlBhta of all nwu aro BO ivBuootcrt In ovory Btato who had lioou a druinuior i tho British rcgu Tlio out hud a short handle nd nino tliongs of heavy eoid a ard with nine knots in At ho command of tho Sheriff tlio out was lourished around tho whippors head vith u quick whiHtlod through tho iir and foil with a sharp thud over tho left malting largo blue U tho third tho flesh was out but prisoners muscles never of sixty fully half of thum fiiukonod and tiuuod Tweii tyfivo lashes given with all tho power of a strong mail in 0111 placo caused tlio flosh to croon up iu purple whioh wore outtruusvirsoly into smull out of which tho blood But fow of tho crowd could look at it Tho Indian never and alter tho lust whioh WIIHgiven with extra tho Sheriff and Doxtator laughed and said Bully for Whon ho was released tho porter asked him how ho Ho Fool him back very Tho In dian asked tho whippcr grabbed apipo outof tho turn iys mouth mid went to but it as tnlum from The wounds woro ashed witu salt and wutor to prevent and that mado Josiuh iuco WOIBO than Iho To Attain Loin Ho who Htiivos nflor a long and pleas nt term of life must seek to attain ontiuual eiiuixnimity and carefully to void ovorvthiug whioh too violently uxes his Nothing moro con umes tho vigor of lifo then tho violence f tho emotions of tho Wo know hat anxiety aud caro iim destroy the leiilluiest body wo know that fright mil excess of become Thpy who aro naturally cool and of a quiet turn of upon whom lothing ouu wake too powerful nn Jm who aro not wont to be ex ritod either by groat oorrow or great have tho best oliaace of living long md happy after thoir Pre under all a composure of mind whioh no hap no can too much dis Love nothing too violently hate nothing to passionately i fear nothing too tiro circulation of tho Tho amount of the circulation ol Boston na tional banks during tho lust fiscal yoar while tho circulation Now York bunks was but und of the Chicago banks but And it is a peculiar circum Ntmiti tho of Boston Hourly passed through Iho redemption division last This a phenomenon dilllenlt to but it is a fact that Boston mouoy wears out faster than thut of any other How to Spill a Sheet of Paper into Three We havo often read that a sheet of Ho was by the old gentleman that it about four said in a mock tone of encouragement to his throe tired thats not bad only a mile apieco for Whom do you want to seo in Pawtuoket inquired Bo WOH the quiek I want to see mesolf there the must of pap per can bo split into three honor to the man whoso epitaph is below we never shall look upon his like When ho departed his frifinds put up a marble elab with this the duplicate of which you will hardly find in auy otter country MI honest follow here i a Ills lu full he ud is more n lie none liirk borro I should like to Thus it is said that a piece of newspa per can bo divided into throo ouo consisting of tho surface ou whiok carewornlooking an engraving or oat is ono with into the il Iho letter and a perfectly blank Wo have no sheet between To thoso who the aro incredulous wo commend tho fol But you should ajj owing wo have uot misty murely next wintei Get a pieoo of plateglass and place make holes in yoni it ou a sheet of which must bo cuu get your skates a ow o co axoH a nmde Inlho faqo of tho obstaoloa by w Qod in tho hwens it wiU not bo mad can party of th ohwmnce i of the oouetttut m II lions vaa made In spit i of tlio most vulinmunt j Bourn but wSaetarnuiea rwWnoo of artniiulHtm un the tha sniondi SuiioMnw ItOoiwno Mwwl to JougreM for teak to It enuouragoa nonoof th of tho llnoal yvw IWO bitiornoss of It fwy difficulties or tlialr und w Join tljem In developing Iwv iltvwrtfytag toslp intoWw ftudiag to thoroughly With care and a I use club little dexterity Iho sheet oan bo split by tho top surface But You may want to tho best plan is ta paste a piece of cloth together some or strong paper to ouch Bide of the method of driving i shoot to bo When violently hammer is povuioioua and without hositution pull tho pieces tho tenacity of the sr whon a part of tho sheet will bo found to havo adhered to ono und a part to tho Soften the paste in water and tho can bo easily re moved from Iho This prooosu is tt generally demonstrated as a matter of J dont want yot it can be Jt has and it can bo utilized in many If ft table for computing compound wo want to paste in a Borapbook news jnt aud a lunchbox paper articles printed on both sides of 1 cant help the aud possess but one it i know you dont you are one of Nothing This gimlet also I dont want ItblBomnybe is vory convenient to know how to de those mean men who wont buy o gimlet taoh one side from the Some unless it has a iOfltftniant and atrip timo ago the information how to split through Europe ftn Italian op era paper iu this manner was advertised to company Youre the kind o j I l t bo sold for a considerable one of the niost entliusiustio of the oonverta ftt n oamp rueeting at lell into a tranoo while p r oonditi Her friends I a man who would liyo near an eleottio light to save ana qutwitli The Paris QauMts says tlmt the Em mental plumage on press Eugenie is still iu the sumo Btuto Poj not praying her to read works to anoh as those of AugUBtin and Her lioved that her oondition wtw result of n special and would not permit a physician to do anything for She lay unaonsolouB died ot spinal This wttde the odloiecl ExQov of say a sjgftt blfljekejpn I W tbeit il tlwt States Uujesty ia attll oblignd to chloral o obtain Her friends have tried ia vain to induce her to change her reaidenoo und go to Spain sho insists on remaioiug at OhieulhurBt for the time   

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