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Fut ,lit iLuDt:. ii'nTi)if 'it drniiti' - iv
Jn'SEril A. KLLY, I Jitor.
Bonds-The "National Blessing."
r.DiroR CoNSFRVATtVr.. The N'a
tiossld.ibl. What ahall wo Jo wiihit?
IIo.T will iln contimiancu alfect tho la
borer ? What will bo tho advantage
to all jliins of pooplo if it n nninedi
atvly puid ?
Aly aiivfvr tv the first qnhtion in
f ay it Imm-idiMtel, and theve'.y pre
venttlia laloriut( million fiom .be
coming tho !:!Vna, of a moit'.od 11 1 i a -tocraey.
low dof alTcct the Ixbor'iiiC ni
CSa of thd pooplo 1 lt trkes from
Ihem Ibti Uro.t Uilf of the products ot
lueir labor for whieh they receive
tiolliir. in return. It is pmtinj: into
th bands of tho fj tho power. .by
t-riAbling tlx in to own tho wealth of the
coualry, to beeomo tlio mnnUi'8 of the
jktrat mftfof laborer, nd nltimatt ly
rodu".o them to.a lWvr depth of dep
redation, than were the firmer abivia
fcf tba South, without tho beui ot of the
law' thai require, tho .maMer to pn.
Tido fur bis tdavus in infancy, niekt tti
and old an?. An no ilotilt you will
r;nui: 0 omet!'iu more than nsnet turn ,
Ut call '.o 0'r aid a few well kn vt n
ff h vt :tor. will diput. Whrtht r
a atiouul debt i a ii.iIioik.I blvKiiir
or r.ot wit wMI ttio fiiiur 1 do
tor:?. I but will uiavo thin !lmplj re
war uboul it and then Kt it with iu
bienvii ' rail., to ;u oajoyo lby tlio4i wb-
appreelato th.t kin I of bljHsin!
What e ouiftirrit-cull National Ba-
iai da not nliwyH be.Kfii thoe whose
daily toil produce National wealth.
At tho birth of each of the mimtroiiH
f.uuilr of Queen Victoria tho who'o
world were informed that the Hntil.
J.'at'on bad rcecired nnotl.tr National
blcasirg I Those who have kept count
of the mnneroui appropriations,
- nwounUp to many millioiiH, iind by
rarliamcnt, to bo drawn from thu la
bor of too toiling: niliioin. to pension
fhi family, can no doubt uiolerwtainl
the incanin of tho linn "Nalioniil
IVeiiiiiijt." It inry be defined in a
few wor.U, ! doviee by which tli
!rir:!ed,:t'.l Jlw may lawfully appr.
pi ia'.o a?. 1 b. tome the ow :iei ( t ll.u
labor and productioiiH of tlo inniiy,
a 1 yet be the special frie.id ruler,
j:0'e.tcr f thoho w hooelal or they
ILua apptvpriato to their own uso.
Tor a p. rioJot ten 3 eoi" before the
wi'V and bef.ro our people knew from
f'rrt:ia! experience, the bLaini'M that
the future had iu Ktiro f.i: them, a
"at:onnl I'tbt. I wad h dtbli r tn
f.roduce, and Fiij.plicJ our people wiMi
jrcoricH and other Maplo urliclen of
vtry J.ty conpunijition, and can apeak
from tl-. Uoukh iia to tho umcunt the
laborer loeei rod f'ii' bin labor, unwell
tU amount pi id for th-o tli i ii,;h
Bpccsaary for family use. Tho lowest
price of coffee wa4 ten cent to tho
tonnuir.er. and tho highest, except for
a Short period caused by a idiort crop,
waa fifteen ccnta, eaj' twolvoand a half
nontbtho average pnoe when I sold to
the consumer at 12 coi:t I paid to
the Importer at tho East, ten cents.
Tbo mi poitcr to-day isselling th oame
kin1 of coffee at ten conls at the point
I ued to buy at, and yet the connum-
crsbavotopay for their cotfeo 33 K.35
cents, iwelvo and onelialt cents ot
tb.tt sura goes to pay lor the colfeo, and
cents ocs to keep up our
"UimW blessing." I. at the same
" ' U l " '
time, furnished ilio cotiMimcr as good
tea as could bo bad, then or now, for
eiirhtv cents. It then coat atxiy
" - -
A. . U I? .eft I I ........ ...Ir l.,niil..i.l.
'Till H . ,uu u .1. 'It. v'.v .. V vr.ir
Tho same Tea .may now l e bought
of the importer at the K.ie. at sixty
centr, j i t tbei i rnni.tr 1 as to j.uy
for it two dollars. Kigl ty cental
fir Ibe Tea and one dollar and tweiitv
- ., vr . ",
account cf our "Na .o.ii.l
Blojsaing." There is tho same dif.er-
the prices of all kitnl .if groeo-
riei. There is alao its grout a differ-!
nA.in.lrlr onn.U m f..... ,v,.rv tliillCT
that a family needs,
all 'ho rohultof our
Put what about
laborer in the price
VigSt dollar 4 wook. T-day 03'"?
rjcord of that ftlso.and will let itait-'tlmstime
a i i t
, 1 DSea 10 pay good l.ooreisin
businosaaudl emnloved nianv.
' . . 1
n 550 to 500 dollar, a year, sy
and tboch'inge is
lho adva, c to tba
ihe advance to the
flfw...,al -f hm..!?"
"h- - .
SKPTK.MBKU 10, J8G7.
of tight dollar n Vrek will brin,? to- j
gcthcr mrc laborers tlinn one ran (1ml j
Work fop. Xllltt lltlll IM U'M k la the
highest Pl 'llO that is I1O1V Uftkcd by la-
liorfr iiinl not Imlt tlmt M'i k t-in jlty
nii'iit cuti timl it r.l ibat pu'C 1 l.i.vc
fur llio lt.t two y.'iirn ilie Mcrvit cn
of 1 ho Lit ol litimU fir ninu iJollurn a
Wt't'k Kinli'c ul! Iiuvo hi led tun nV tlmt
rit-o win re I ikkmIcJ one.
THE IMMEDIATE PAYMENT OF THE NATIONAL
! i r Those w ho have had as nnn h ofa
I "National blessnu'" as they want w ill
T ,,,1it I. hu.i , ut.c ket is
elected as all D in. -rats arr pit dged to
' huU ,,: rilll;olltl i.ing bv paying
th,-bonds in irretu.ba. ks. 'fho U.nJ-
. boblers pi'i-ty are ple.li.eil to a perpet-
j , 4 S THO I'SON.
. . . . . .
.n.'i-e i in i.kim 0110 u.n8Hii(i inn
lir n o:' the hon.ln of tl.o Govt ri rit iit
- - - - - -
tlml arr row dniMind 1 y the ntr cnii i.t
on the i..re ofil.o U1.1l, ..ml tho l;.w
1 -...!.... .1 .. t .
".,1,lm" wcrt' '"'".""'
pfi.l any time, ttlwl tli mtei-m top.
I. .There in in-t one word to his
lonri't in in li.w ihttt BaTliormu.l tlmr
ih'iu. nor yt on the fi.te ot tho honils
thi infilvci., tliHt vim be torlurt'd iniobti
a itu men tor promise, tlu.t tu.se bond
or the inter. t on th. m should be pui 1 1
'n any other kind of fund thtm lawful
mi in y ot tho United Stnti'K.
by which cm nl in ka wire innied
mukeM tl.t m It wCul n.ont v
tl the I'm-
talSiati-a lot allj u.poMh excej t lutus
iwp,.rt, :, Huston the j-uUieMt. '
the ini.ri... 01, the ImnlK mutt l.epaiM
n 10111. until L.ni:rea clinni:. tin?
iri i'pil,n k laiv vrtin to n.ake thi-m law
Mil money for -ill debt, vliicli can bu ,
iloiiu at any ttmcaliotihl the Mams or
He. .Is ot tbo otititiy require it, but as
tVer is at this time tme I. noil red mil
lio;is of oi:t in the Tivnpury, nioro
than will berifj'iired to pay the inter-ei-i
fr ten months to t ime, it should
beuseibfor tbatpurposn and not as now (
by a so' of gamblers, First Na-j
tional lbmk men. and Trenatiry thievea,
to enrich themselves nl the expense of
ti.e laborers of tba countiy. The i'Ho
currency -.mounting to fifty millions
more, hi... old a'.o bo used to pi.y ..11'
interest bearing bonds r.'w due. anil
not as stated by Spooney Butler. le-jHibl
posited with tl o Fil.t National Ib.nka,
It ly tl.t in invested in inur.it
I.j.irin,' biadi, for their own
Let tho Govfinnient at once iasiiu
grcet.'oi'i ks, in amount .qiial to tin
bonded debt n w payabii., ay, one
thousand mdlioii of dollars, deliver it
the bondholder and slop the further
payment of interest. Tho country
would at once a.ve equsl to one thou-
nand million . f Int. tiM, and the 1 x-1
ofiolleitinr it. The one ' li"U-I
sand million paid the bondholders
wotibl immediately Hi d its way into
the channels of traile, and would set
.1. 1 1 v I'l 1 . 1 1 . r ill 1 ui nii . iiiiii 1 1 11. 1
1. . . -
1 . t n.. w I..,!., .m t i iimimn I),,.
Ln mu it!- In ti vu I aM-i,m.ilite
1 w wool i i.aye 10 n ef t (.
abroad to piti el...... what w. c. n.ame,
l.l.t ,.. tl... iilli... I1I....I IV'i. ..'.ill il I .v.
its way Jo tlre.gn routilries, and the
bataiicti of trade w ould belli our A
and thus in a short time stipi.ly us with
gold, to take tho place ol tbo green-
bucks issued to take up tho interest
It is v fact that car. bo demonstrated
nt i lly time, that fully one-half of all
that is now paid to the laborer tor bis
daily toil, is through the machinery of
oV the excise laws and Find National
Banks, taken from him to enrich a
privliurcd aristocracy, and for which
the laborer iceieves nothing in return
and t.iat every year 1 hat bo allows,
I. Ilildi.W l Hum tl I tl 111 li'a. I .I'lkOitt K.t-
l.t... iii.lt lo e.intt.iti 111 h'te til.. mil. t eon
, ,,;,, u,uua , nl0 weiuhtof
, ehuios an I rvilin:: i hem 1 nil licit-
...' . .. ! . ....... .1............
ll.M.t.n 01 IHf ui.-ssinir w .in or iru.o
. . , , .
t ...r.u'.t ... u .. diiiii l..f tl... t..r..' I. .1.... 1
The Stolen Money The Thieves
Dm ing lb past yeai" . Eight JTun
. rhed ThfiS'iivl rfoMri raised by taxu
een'.ion j tjon sotf bi)m,flt an(
j ,,M tllIllili,.8 0f soldi, rs meitned or kill
enciin ; ,M iu the s.nvieo or who had been
Jisablcl by disease. weicof-r?rf by
the Ibnlll SllltO ohlcei'S ll.ld spent tor
party-the ptiriy inatiaiKeii
u.. 1t.K nl liiil d about lis iralitude
"."; . ... .. .
ne souner.. n ... a......
would do for his widow and oriinnns
Ulliw ot Li- tM&.-Xewurk Advo-
j . , ' , ,i,t, idiers'
...1 ...'..r.U.Ml 'I ... I.fl S W
i fHmilum oxettso themselves by naying
(that the Lovislatnre directed tlitit tha
tl,"lt. U, ',J1,1,"iU'J- 'f1''", ,l.;'V'"t
mlli i ,0 matter. The Legislature;
hm..!?" . ....t. .,ffl,.M ill Imh.nir...!
,i u i. w rim
In 1S59 Mi. Chase, then Govern-twenty-two
1 or ,(I 0;,u, asserted: -We have rights
' ,,Wnil GoVf rnmtllt IulIrtl
1 l,ot "IV'' "" "! 1 U) ' 1M'VN
jer, on whieli our sovereignty depends;
, and wo mean 'to assert 1 1 1 -v rights
possession .n every root 01 im- aim;
to n,.. ..mmnnn niinai.iii. l...mMli-.a
incn. - v r.
Swntor, and Uey rejected because
. . . T ... , , .
Diaw w '"u "T"""!
""iwh d.flWuliv.- -Tho .ll,.,,uWico
,,. , ,. HJ: ; "... ,.id
dont. iu,lroiu w.ll, not the Cm.vj
on u,iiuIlt I,,,, tu,r rulo. And to
tl.tat tliu i vlui n oi fugitius waalbe d;t
used ty ot the Fe bral Government. 1..
lfc50 ,il(.y u.)llHull t0 vote a mot e strn'g.
l..jcril ,lW( vn t10 K,.,n.d tLt.t
t,e reiui n of luguivea wan the duly ol
t,10 Sluto g0vt.n,,crus. In 1S5U they
j):lBhul. pv,souul bberty bills, on 'ti.
jglounU UimU1iw ylute UMA not as.
lllU Inderal (ioveriimn.t; and !n
lhtjj lUvy n.,1(;Hvl n uWS ,jU U.esuh
t ., ... ,..... .i,.., n..iil..,i K1..1.,
.. I-Vderal uovet ti'iunl should exe
cuio ti Constitution.
Iu 15:5a they bad poanssion .d tho
gt)llt, ovti nmei.ls; they magnified
Slato' lights, adopted the lesolutii-li of
KI1 -jj sl n,,.,,. t0iiventloiii, eu
to ; ull()j lho UWki t Confeder:iiion as
j Mej;l,IHi unity, and prepared, to array
t H. skat.b iu armed confli. t w ilia Fed.
rriij ttUthonty. Li lSiili they hud po-pei.M-
fcl.Ksiott of the Federal Government;
j t;.. denounced Stato rights, nulled
' t,u. j;l.imit.i.. ,ChoiitionK treaHoti. and
I, .. ... ...
I have, as far as in their j.ower by mete
i ken. It. Louisiana the Federal Gov-
III UIHII HM......l v v...".. -
tirnnient had possession of New Or-
, ienil- Hn.e. They admitted It.ihn and
Flanders to their seats as R.-presenla
. , ,,.. ,
to lives irom that State. In 16C5 it bad
Tl'v following extract is from the
.,, .,...,.!, nl" 11. . Cnnr., tl P.... .(In ,
i.... , I... i... ...... I ... t: fit.!.. A t
l"lli lillllil n UIIIUI, VII IV, 41 U Ai 11" I
lO'.h. A.iliHrcf, more MOiiise. or
f.,,,11.1.. ,. .,.,..,; t !,.,!,,1
, -. '
IIICOUHISUIICICS CUIIII01. Well 00 IllilUO:
Winn 1 ventured lately to conden n
whole loliiT of ti e lb publican
I V JIIIMlVllllUI ITIl li V tt 19 jil j;i I
vx.,liiiiiii.,(J--iiiit wiiHt iciiK-Jy iIimh.Mi.
i'ciulleluii iifojmso ? lie cxiiurtH h to
1 ciulieluli lirolmsu ? Hu f XimrtH 114 to
rvttn n to t.uJ utund l.y 1 10 Cointlitu-i
1..,, .1.. ,...1 t.y,Il.iif iiiuloi inn.l !
tr ti i v w iivn vAtivii u 11 v
whut he lueunt hy thai."
.j,,,.,,, lUl iM .,.. tll
1 1 . - 1 .
know whtit it in "to MihkI l y the (Jon-
tetu.n ;0n.' Thty have never 1 J.lreei- !
',,..:,.. .,. .,.. ,.i
II. r.i,vil, .lll'l .I..1U IIV..
livut.d iv-rpect tor its binding ohltju
ujJ ,luVl., .;,udil!(i ilH
jt or ,u l,lu,..v,lllU-ver tl.evdn
air. to tlo, whether from 11 itineera ba
llet' tiint the j;ood of their country
Uemi.lided it. or that their tiartv llite-
. 1 :, ,).,., i.ui a. iiiii'.t'u
,jm Muntur,i ( 0I1C L,tu.ri t.v ;
1 ,.... 1.... .. ..... r. 1
In 18-U they opposed Urn extahlmh-
HH., ot ilsiuri Compromise Line
In lb6l they opposed- its abroga
Hon. In 100 the opposed its re-eti-itetm.'nt.
In lSGl they refused the u of StHte
sou and Siutu magistrates to exeente
Fugitive S ave Liw. or. the irrouud
., ,. 11 1 ,.'
lii-ni.i loei-e. its well as l.v IvlmkIai on
j lediiced.und degraded the IState
j , 1K0 , d,.,.,ared that "no war
c""Ui ho ''''V l,,f,,aM tol;J
wrong;" that if tl.o .S'tith desired to
change their political relations ot l"v
t.rnineiil, their right could not
. . , j 18(Jo tl declare.l tl
. . . .
' . . 1 . . . . . .
j :' " summon tiis iani.un,
l emancipation and war."
III lfe5l they declared tllAt the sntor
cat ol the country required the reslric
lion of fullrage, and that the German
and Irish and English and French
ought to be disfranchised. Iu 18C7
tlt.y declare tnat tbo intcrcbt ot
llrv rt.,,uir. s its extension,
that it must be given even to the tie-
. , . , .. ...... ,. ... iHSU 111 Pt U'tlS O.
iinthoeilv." In 1S07. General- Haves,
who aspires to be Governor of Ohio,
asserts that the bt.tlc have no sovcr
"in 1804 they asserted that the lYc
ident had the power, by proclamat.on,
trio cmanei.i .ie tour millions ot slaves.
-Iu 1817 they deny that helms p..w-
to remove a iiimnbuV of his Cahinei.
Iu 1802 putty purtiosis riqinred
.1 .:.!....! .1... TT..! ,..l.,.-'
irunee. k s..n..j -...v -
uhi.I .. -In EuroDo all things are set-
... . ...
lien; me conditions oi govunnm...
- .ai t ..n t nmhinir
1705, alur bo hail won distinction at
...... -- -
Toulon, after lie hud declined the w..r
Vendee, bneiitploycl, penniless, alone
! he walked the streets of Paris. Ho
, , .n .
gged from Talitvi, the aclo.-, a tew
, . . ... it
.ihIUUimuii. ill low nicy set lip
H military gnvct niv.et.t ov.i Picipciit !
'iil liis j-islalurc on ilifL-idiihil iliiit '
... 1 ...1 ..... t
i..,i.l.l.t oil. is bio.
In 1802 they desired U en-ate West
Virginia limy must have the content
of the I I.I ti te - I I.Y fleet Gov. I m.r
Pieim lit i.n,l i I....f il,.ln.- u..,l i..Lu
... .... . v . - , limv ,
l-vtr li,ws as tl.u solemn net of the J
. . . i
State ol'ViratW iis-eM,.. to its o .. '
( ... i
' f II nlMtl.ll DtMCMUH lut'J UV
Hi'ot.;'! ll S'iitu.
In 'CI, '02, '03, 'Ci, 05 uiul 'C, ilur-
wr una nficr the wtir, th.y
lulmitti'd ll.-nrinciit.Hiiv. (n.,.. Iw...
tiuky. mmI now they njitt them uniil
H COIIIIIIIttt't) Li ll iillllKI'll l !.! li.r
!JCct.tucky hn a nuhlie
1 - - - .
ju ito.i, lliry fataoltsliff milititty '
on.mi moi.h in Ohio for the trial of j
..,..,,',,, 1 .V n,.. ir i, 1,1... ...... ..
V' " 4 ' JVKIXII'll'fc rill
them to death or ex'le. In lfcl7. the
t -t . 1
oiipremo vouu, i,y unanimotiK oe-
cihion, declares tho tribtinuls illeu'al, !
and their aeMetieea void. In 1SC3.
they vexed us with many oaths, and I
in 180. the Supremo Court retused to
n.l ... i n tul i.t 1 1. ..... I
Fortius they bare threatened to
impeach the Judges, im.l they hkVe
a.tu..!iv raduce.l their nun.bem
T., lsiil ih..v Hi.r.iili..l tntlu.iii.iri
otiam id' the jieople and raised imuiemc
armies to siiotaiii the Consliulion and t
In lbo5, tJ.cy preferred to continue
the war i Hther than make peace on the
basin ot 111;. in taming the . Coiihliiuiion
And to-da-, Calling themselves with
o 01. t. tii its l pot riry the Union on
ll. e H..S.S ol the l.'i. lillliui.il..
'1 hi v held and 11 1 1 1. It . I. il evtiy I
tlieot v ot liovoriiiiiei.t unci cveiv no
In the Uorl ptf nf oae revu1v:tig niucn.
V aiitiv.uiuu Ju.i, Cl.il. r una IjOl.o.iii.,,
' hey hiivo been true to tiietr putsions;
true to their desirei. true to their par
tisan 'nleresia. but in ver true to the
Constitution. Tl ey do not understand
what it is to "slund by the Coiist'itu
lion." - They pioelatiii lonnly that the
Constitution does not exist either in
1'ie ij r j ri lilt ii; In. Stat.a of ihe
Union; and theii niost trusted leader,
in the fullness of his contempt fin that
j instrument, ami for too ferr Ib puhli
jeans who ate willing to i,b-y it, de
clares in his own choice language ' that
some fragment's of the o.J bioken
Constitution rt'ck in iheir gzzards
and troubbt tin in ol nights."
Gentlemen, this is the charge we
have always made. They do tint tin
deiHtiiud what it is to Hand bv the
Constitution. Audit s lor this very
reason, as we aaei t, that thoy havc'
1 e lot lied our land in tho mourning of
civil war, destroyed our form of gov
eru.nent, broken down the guarantees
j of liberty, and loaded us w.th enormous
, bur.ten of deb. and lax.ition.
And yet I repeal the advice, ' stand
by ti.e Constitution.'
'lhut is tho
h.il'e and spee.ly and ct rtain remedy.
We may not immediately be able to
restore its authority, but let us, at
ieusl, never abaudon or degrade il.
lis principles of government are the
ark of our saiely amid this flood. It
coutains the hope ol ihe world. In it
j is preserved all that is valuable 111 the
! experience of lho pa. t -ull that is sus-
ceptable of improvement in the tutuio.
1: may be tossed on wruthul waves,
amid the blackness of the darkness,
but the aun shine at last. The dove
w.ll go forth lo ver to return, emblem
ol purity and l bc ty and p. ace, l,
J ' ' '
will seek o rebuild her Habitation
aiuouif the scenes of her lornief life.
Idoi ot despair. I will not sur-
sorrow eioiuieui nir it
. . .. . .
time, but joy cooielh in the morning."
I uuve hope in the aspiration ol man
1 have taitli 111 the l i'oviilenco ot Uou.
lVogrtoa is the law ol humanity.
!y. Insthe birthday ot the great
I Napoleon. Aptaly for the encourage-
. rtltl , ii1H4. ot you who despond,
do: Ia4JlKOl tU
Oil I III IllOlta I CH If I' 1' W ll ieh lor tWItlty
years made lym'stirs, mmI cuvuii
the '""I"-'tl ii.i atj- tl.o play iLii l of
the cradle of our nice, tothe birthplace
of great men. to ti c scene of groat dcs.
VillicS." lie (111! Hot tl.i. Ill loss lluili
'!! veur li wim iiidil..r nl lli.t li.r
,.... . I ...... ..A" t . I . I.
- - - - v a. w ' i w -
,,,c ' ""H"""' "'.v, in
t I I II III
"0"i'' r,",ir ".' ,:,n.u'.' "'r,'',
inoi.cv. rii her in lame, anrrotindud bv
- , , - -
menus powerful, nii.l liit'l entered Up
"Mark Twain's" Address to the
r Vii k.nlTi.a"'
. or ,al, V.i i...
-r ignung is very wieKeo inieui.
few 8 Bfi;0 , k,pw lX n,v who WH1J
Gin ri-i n" ''' ;f :l . 'H't; -
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' R , ' p.lhH.)V -!s(.. Fi ht'nij is a b
UNinias Dr. WaMs, you I. now, saya
.t. .t.. .tiipi.tto hark nJ hit
,,VH",1 'f. ?I; ,BnJ b"1
ln'm, .rh.d to see that he had It h'llll one
; wi,, toni'e on it. and do mote stick
Tlltr had a Smlnv Sibool Sterenrti-
C 11 Kxh bii .i ii uptown bu t w. ek, an I
.. t 1 the pieluiis were all ahow n, tTi 0
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il,iid.cn. I ntioke as follows ;
J shan't oi.y very niiich to the liltl.i
btvn nmi irirlst heix. to-.ljv. h.i uii-.. I
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have tiot mm It to say. Althoiiul. 1
UstU to be a little bo and till meit
ol nnv tliinc Unit wuh;
iimi, I i.on 1 tiiink
jul now. 1 iu remeiiiin r that b.s.uti.
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L'ood deul'ol fun ol him. andeulled
bard nuiiiea. and before liny if,ud
think almost, two bears came out of tho
woods and eat them right up. Now
this should be a warning to ou never
10 boiler at a ball headed matt when
you see him, but to just goquieJy to
him, like a liille gentleman, and tell
him he ought to have a wig. Or, if
otirtather is a baroer. ask him t.,
oleubtt buy some bair restorative. Nev-
holier'at h!in, ,nl make Inn of him.
for wherever there is a bald licad!una'
there's most always nioro or less bare
1 M course you nil read your library
bo ks that you Let fjt.ii, Sunday S i I
and von like tl.. 111 very much. Now
y ott've noticed liow tho good boys in
tliiiii always iiie oelore they grow up
and have a 1 he nee at enjoy inu lite, lis
my lieliet that yood toys always die
youiiL'. for 1 can t go liaik on (he Sun
,iuy S. bool books. Therefore I don t
advise vou to be rood, for you'll cer-1
tainiy (l'e. and ra I don't care to have
vott die. I'd reeomni. nd von to o in
i.n.t get just us wicked a you p.,ssiblv
can. Most any insurance company
will instil'.! your lite if you're desp.-r-'
incU wic bed. F r they' can afford to
do it, you see. And vou must al way s
be direful, my dear children, to love
yt.tir relations. You boys otihi to be
v. rv kind t your liitle'nistcrs. Iotice
kn.-w a l ad boy who struck bis sister
a blow over the eve. and although she
didn't slowly fade away and die in the
early an miner tune, when the Juno
ros's were blowing, with i rlsotsweet
forgiveness on her pailid lips, she voae
up and hit him over the bead with a
rolling pin aothtit be cuhln't go to
Sunday .School for mr.ro than a month
on account ot not betnir able to put lna
hat on. S . love your a ster. I sir I
i ,.,,,.,,11., that 1 went
loved another man's iste
never had a little sister fit mv own. bin
out once an I
r. but she had
a wicked father, and bo I. tin nie very
much, he Ipmg me off his front
steps, li.it yon otmbt to love them,
and a '.way obey your father an I moth-i
er. lfyosjr father tells vou to oo a
an I votir mother tells vou not to.
it dont make any diff-ivnce. you've iot
to obey them both. I ll 4eave it to the
Superintendent, if Ihe Bible don'tsiy
"And you must go to school regular
ly, too. and never play truant or any
thing of that kmd. 1 used to kn-.w a
bov you played ttuant one day. and
never went lo school at all, and what
was the consequence.' Why. the Vt rv
next morning bis Aunt Sarah ', ,:t
and torn by a ma I 'og, who ehaw.-l
her b-ir all up, until she couhln t stand.
and she died. Thus, you sec. Iji'iv
wicked and sinful it is to stay away
from school. Y.hi otiht to love you'
teachers v.oy mu. h t'., m t rw.-ni ,.,.
them. Wlu n I vent t school ti.e bovs
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llii.v I-... I ill. t liH'.e l.iP I. in. t.i ir,. nut
' ,,,"(,.; itu, t.,.y'.l put shoeiin.k.if's
I waxon his chair so as to hold h im .1 ,wn
' And the teiuh.r sai.i he would never
iIi'm..ii iim irvi-r. nt-v.T. mil ne w'oiii.i
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always si'tK io us ado t : to n. tise.t
to eel .lown a t li.b about four feet loto.
IIJ tri IMP II n lll'MM r'Jtll .III HMII4,
tug than we thoucnt w is noeea i"v
ingthnn we llioiiL'ht w is oicefa i"v
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e when I ask. d 10 bint if he would
w hip for a thing I didn't ,p, ,K. ,,,,,
No ' and then I .old bin. I hadn't done
sums. B.it be said he bei:. ye,
lie'd change bis mi" I and the flo.'irrd
me like t lie nation. StMl w.. loved
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teacher; Wltetl h" d:ed tlmboys wero
La could iidt tlssm,
UAllB OF ADVKKTJflXU.
Oaaeolutao od . . . . tfl
Half a onlurna nns yttt . tt t
Qutrtaa column oat year . . t 14 $
peclsl HI :e, ( tr liaa ....
Bu, lne Card' of nut Bora (hag lx ltnaa
for nna tt ' C
vrr1t n4 rtih S"tl. . ffM.
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him,','u. milliom on millions of cats used
"bow and creep in under tho tent
er ! Illt ,,11.v generally come to bad ends,
tt ,iSrur ,,r " hyena, or some wild
, "''' or oil t r is absolutely certain t
uh out and ,irab thein by thrf trow
I ' r "ooncr or later. Then as for Urn
! H'ealre, there was a boy I knew who -
' hin'' M"'1 p'Hient.and not like anoiher1
door:1'".' 1 knew who, when bis teacher as.
ki ,,'ni whom America was named
un,r 1,0 "id. "Mr. Mesne ah- lho
I ahmiiei inist," and when bis toaoli
thin'', i r s't tick him be got veiy mud, and
nioro or leaa all the time. And what "
bvcaine of this wrcclhcdboy? 'Why
0110 day ho tared a fellow to knock a "
rdiotlldtr.' 11 till thtt telh.w
nocked it and dfj much more knock. "
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"''"7 - 11114 vuinun i imui:(ioni OI
ma uuu jur nix wi cks. r HiMt tiie tnjr
iictuully wished that ho had iieveraeea
that paiticular ihip, or any chip, ia
tho whole course ot nie life. Lut ho
w tl.t uro. nil and bought a brass-bar
1. lied j.i.Mol, 1 i,d got aoino boys to
miiHe a net r. t aocicty, and druwed tip
a eoiiHiiiution. And they all aworo to
ieveii''e But iioil.iiii' nitiili ever
lame of it, for the fellow wlio knock
1 of the b'p woaa big boj ,and of course,
1 a fnsi as toe aoiMety tms j;rew t'jf, be
'l W b'g'er. so they thought peihapa
1 bud belter let hint nloiiM,
"Hill this I)(V lltll II wiilil hnurt '
an I wl. en he was aetit for milk be
w.hiM niwiiyn miiiiHire to dntik ahont
" of it. Mid he ulwnvn wim verr
,,,uclt in l..vor ot nis mother preserve.
L"1 ,,IH "trong point was cats and
""mo orutes: v ny. once no amoarod
' w" vvlH ov'r w,, turpentine, and
lltU together and tmng them over
'r' , mi u,tm ",u,e-
t hildn ., ; and when this boy got mar-.
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to come and holler all night nd hava
kittens in bis cellar, and in the entry,
,n 'he kitchen, and ov.r the hot.se, so
t!,m " w stricken with an-
K""" nn' rentorac.
"Another thing, boys I want to cau
tion yon agninsi, and that is ever go
ing to tho theatre or tho ' circtts. I
know boy a who always to see the
VT st rums talkjng to one Sun.
nay 110111 ins .eaener aootll tno wtca
e.iness of tho theatre, I ut this boy WHS
depraved, and be went down to the
theater the very next night, and what
lid ho see; What do you think that
l,,lul 8iw ' hy he actually aavr
1,10 ulcnttcal teiuhor with bis arm .
'""omid a girl in tho parquet circle I
That's so, and il this boy bad stajedat
l,"m" would never have been as
m,u n 'hoekt d and mortified aa be was.
s, l,e very canlul to keep away from
uli w " pbn-ea and go toSunday Stbool
rrirularly. Why. I n collect just a
dtstimtly as if it bad .been to-morrow,
b".V "Way one Sunday
"rning; instead of going to school
w,,,l " bathing o4i the river; and
hadn't been gone long before a lear.
'ul B,""u out which wouldn't
come it ho bad gone to Sunday
School. and tliebyat wus upset and this
miacrablc boy was nearly orownod.
B"1 n,)W Vmvn " result. Ah I my
,,l'''r lnidren. wickedness is always
punished,- and this boy got to hate wa-
U t H0 lnut, that be never dianlc
drop afterwards that he couldn't help,
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u,,', n.led u drunkards grave, bo be
"ur yu always goto school and DO
i sa.d the teacher was an ' old bloar."
4,118 as w ron, ano so is u io cnew
nn'' H",oku tobacco. I had a second
I l ousiii who went out and got a chaw of
''''sco when was a boy, and he came
! ," n chawed it, and bo sat down,
h' ,h" tr)V H"1 Hick,'r H"d 'oker,
nd whiter and winter, and when bta
! ,'0,"1 m"tl,t)r ""kvd him what was lho
i 'U1,tl0'' w,tl' Hld guessed ho
! 'ut l"v "ken a slight cold, and then
' went out and threw up with this
' ' "I"'" "I's . " wnew up
until yo'i (I tiiougnt nis nisi.los were
1'oiisiriti'ted of floating debris and ro
I fits., mailer.
I - It n.'Vt-r wn. Ua to Im a bad boy, but
1 if ao you children mind what lam
! savMi j to j ou. yo.i'il never be bad boys
1 ami l .ton t neiiove too girls will ever
I anyi.ow. But min 1 you niun't be too
u'oo 1 C.ia:.biaii.a wiis too srool and
he died miserably Georijo Washinjr-
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. I t,v i h..t ev,-r voil ili.i.l
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- 1 "''n -vn' t;,'ow i.w m". ) " cl w
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; '"" l'isiin nt.
1 wo.i t. out 1
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1 time and th.-n yot. ca,. all blacken ono
""',r 8 !,vX? m,h " "
" '""' to do ! ,,m.y franuryU
Reduce Your Taxes.
, 1,1 tender greenbacks. By pay-.'
r.....Cl.. ITT t 111 ( i , . V .. T 1 .tt 11 1. hrt fl . 1 .
; i,w off then it'.on il debt in greenbacks
id you ma'te an antial saving of abom
S20!),00; OOJ in ''JT; -nd t
awsy with n'.ntw, income tax ana the,
u.L Into. nt revenue maebinerv.
Mi'M U!'"-"' mr u, r ... ,a-
' V you thuh iu rcuui... ,tu... jj
w vtch costs in taxes, about 40,000,066
more- Tin i the way to reduce taxes,
an I rid the country of au' army ofc
olUot.holdor. Will vou lo it ? Id4r-1 .