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Vol. HE.. PEOPL. E'SJO RA.
Vol.___ PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY JUNE 14418. N.4
it ItolEltIP K I KEIIY,
' Physician and qur eon,
i. t . n 1- -. A till .d reVn .
Mlarch 8,' 1894
I. 0. BowaN. L. E. CIuLnI:ss.
B""" ""N & """1c -
Attorneys at Law,
i'i~:esn S. p.
1 51, I .T.
-it. J. W. :DlWOD De t r.
) W M. N', awoon, Assistain Ollice,
88,1 Mbi Sret, Greenville, S. C.
.jan. 9, '92 y
ville, S. (. Otffie over Vi1 1i*1 4X
Nleue's Drug Store.
J. S. COTiRA N,
G. U. WA4tt4, Greenville, Sr, C.
M. F. ANsix,
T. P. Uo-ritnAN,
C. L. lHOLLINO4WOnTH1, PICkIens1, S. 0.,
Ihave associated thomolves together for
the pratieo of law iit it various branches,
and will give carefui attentioln,to all b"si,
iess undertaken by them.
Loans anid discoints negotiated.
May 1, 18914.
The Exchange Hotel,
GREENVILLE, 1. C.
C. W. HENDERSON, Proprietor.
Idaacernl Impr-ements Tiargo Rooms.
Special attentiou to Coiniercial Travel an
Tourists. Table Fare Unisurpassed.
Fine Climate the year round. Ap. 7, 9'z
J. E-. IiAGOOD, .1. 1,. TilORNLEY, Jnt
L. C. THORN LEY.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
Livery, reed, Salo& 1 4ane tablose
Easley and Pck-:ns, S.
Carriages, Buggies. and Saddle [Horses, at
?gQ' Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLAlK. GEO. E. COOPERI
Clark & Cooper,
MAi6 ani oranito Monmenta,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MIANTELAS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Grecnville.
S. C. Sept. 19, '91.
If vou want lhe file.9t, PICTUlES imlade
in the State, go to
11l MeBee %veum Greenville, S. C
ger Crayon Port raits i specialty
A pril 7-y.
Illiving 1111 experi nice of fifteen .earsL
ill 1.reting ill disensem of cittle, an5
having imade the dikeso ol Murrin, in
all of its forms, .1 specilt , I offer IyI
ser'vi-o to ie public. Wi I l rvA' eat .u
tou fferinug with a y oY Ordinary di I ' .4.
Feb. 1-1y- l'iekCns,
Fulrni I-vd ou 16 41.\s 1(.,t Trial whel,
If you womt na'o arranu .' .g eutaution
Bov theu Carpenter Organ.
I1,IW I, PRlICE,' Ot UASil.
W. J. B. STILES.
Nov 9, 93'*
WNatches, Diamonds & Jewelry,
GREE~NVILL~E, S. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
W E no0w have for ins peeti-mn tihe most
complete line of MILLINERY. DRESS
00ODS, NOTIONS AND LATEST NOVELTIES
of( the Seau~n, seectedt in peron'Im in the
45 C'offee S~treet,
Imuder the Opera IIouise.
h~Gree nville, S. (., May t, 1891
Hasi just Op)oned all inst stylos ofi
Spri,1g and Summer Millinery
A pril 19, 1891.
costs only~ 8 .00 peri 100) sinuau n.jv
Miakes a goodV roof for ymand a.
01l0 can1 pilt, ! on.
cents puer gall. in hl.~ l'.ts, o~ y
for 5 gdl. ib. C'olo, dlark n.
Will stop leaks ini tin or irom, roo~f.
'tnd will last for yearIs. TaYy r
Sem rlsti m pS for' samp~jles, am~ wl i
GUM ELASTIC ROOFING CO.,
89 & 41 Wost Broadway, NEW YORK
LoiAi. AGEN'as WANT'IEI.
Fe b. 8 1.894.-m.
A. K. PARK.
DRY 8OODS AND SHOES,
[West En d]
10 PENDLETON STREET,
OREENVILILE, S. C.
Our asso tmdent is now complete
both as to width and collerings.
%slhree sthimel)fnts received last, week (
Satiu and muoro Ribbons in white, (
cream, black and all leading Shades, n
in width from tiny No. 2, includig
all numbers up to 22. V e buy ncth
ing but all silk goods. We sell them
froin 15 to 25 per cent less than most
houses ask for same quality. t
Our sales on Laces has been simply 4q
laninnenlse. Uaily we are receiving i
au1d eInerm new goods. Customo.1
teil us tihat a more coiplete assort
nment, aidI better values were never
shown Im the city. .uiondfay we open
two shipments ill ,this line. Pliee.
if anything will be lower than that 01 i
Silks and Woolens for Even
Creai benriettas :ian.i-djwI, crys
tat cloth, ceiai surah, elaine an1d
motic .silke, eriati amnd lwhlite wash
silks now ill stUk a1d at prie's to Stitl
New otl dottd 1(swi.", riev fer.m 10
. t n1 ili *1.25 hidies' iini tim
jhella in tHi e itv.
Very bi.ek lii ia liljiol lawns -n
10, 12ht 20 :awd -25c, wlrne ast
Ill whit gopds no one can, show
yOai a glrCI Vill'l y OJ' off1r voli
Illore at tractive prices. Iveryti ing
in plain, s C r i p v d anhd pIuid lawns.
IlI)v's a11 X. C. pill cord, 1'. K.
in vhiteo aid colors.
Many new thi ing to arrive ih t of s
I his week.
A.K. PA IHK.
June 7th, 189.1. !
jout of epomno ni
a epo eno iposition that yout (do not S
Slike? Possibly the solic-i S
!itinig of ~ife Insurance is S
Syour~ special forte. Many
Speople have, after trial, S
bee surprisedl at their
5fitness for it. To all such
!it has proved a most con..
Sgenial and profitable occul
Spation. The Management
inth Department of the:
5Carolinas, desires to adid i
Sto its force, sonme agents
5of character and ability. I
SWrite for information. :
SW. J. Roddey, Manager,
: Rock HIll, 5. c. :
* . TAKE
$1.00 liottlo. EE U
Ono cont a doso,
woro i orso fa C01m5 prompty YCUres
Throat, Hoarseneos, tioplln Cogh ~oro
aen in tim uSo by Drugsta on agur
szIeo '*orname hOanko ha s
f..UH' CTARR H
q R EMEDYE
FO. - . .,1A
Unie llr'I a. Irim iitters.
i'hy,teinsi re Ommenl,,d it.
h alcra 'c.'p it. th ottle. Geonulue
SSON OF K1IT CAIRSON.
iO.1E AND FAMILY OF A DESCENDANT
OF TH. FAMOUS SCOUT.
'n, Adole zab i I liheShaii( of a Spread
jug Oak Iip at Sati Moiicta Canyou Shel.
ters; Samu Carsion, H11. Inliffan Wi1fe, nmad
ThiOr Dark Wrowed On'apring.
Whlvn old Kit Carson died, full of
ears and Indian fights, ho left a-soh,
vho, resting content with the naino
chich his father had won, betook him
elf far i rom the strifo of this world aid
uilt him a homo under the suns of
outhern California. Far up in on of
lie canyone of Santa Monica h cut
oVn a few sturdy cedars and built his
heltor. Then ho covered it with the
tud which he dug fromi the bed of the
iountain torrent. flowing noisily at. the
o toim of the Canyon. His house was on
lie hilsido overlooking the stream and
ias Hhaded by a huge live oak, which
pead its branches this way and that for
Is half Indian children to sit and
This was the home of Sam Carson,
id just beforo ho built his adobo lie
ad taken to wife a comely Indian won
n whoso tribe for centuries had lived
Li the foothills of tho Sierras Santa
lonica, wlienc they could look out
ponl the blue Paciflo, with Santa Cata
ina rising, a bluo hump in the ocean,
0 miles away.
A wanderer up the canyon green un
or the warm February sun found Mine.
arson sitting placidly on a stump in
n onion field, mending her lord's jeans.
he was Indian, and Indianlike was
rinkled and worn and bent, though
er eyes were still bright and sparkling.
he looked at least 60 years old as she
at there, glancing cannily at me and
hon pointing out the ravages which
torm and fire had made in past years.
She put her sewing down on her knee
nd in broken English, mixed with Mex
an Spanish and frequent expressive
Mttle grunts, she told me all their trou
les of 1he past.
The old Indian woman suddenly
arned to watch threo little dark browed
hilhien that were chasing one another
long t ho hill's crest, their chubby
odies silhionet ted against tho bluo sky
"Mine-all mine, " she said proudly,
'Saim's and mine. I havo had seven
hildrenv, four grown,, three littie. See?"
ud sie poinitel her wrinkled finger at
lie yoiugsters, now rolling gloefully
own t he hillside.
"'t" r i L uhi, h il 'reln I" sho screamed.
"I'rant alas lihev thi warmi earth oil the
miny hill :1ana como (.11L and sting
ometim ittin hilrendeadl," 0ho e'x
ilaind, ain theii she started sewing
igain, leamviig the youngsters and th
aranit las t1 their own devices.
"lHow-ho-w old are you?" the visitor
The old woman dug thoughtfully Into
he dirt with one of her brown toes.
.l'en she drw it back hastily beneath
er skirt and looked over at the ioun
ain,. "MAfaybo 4911, " she said, wvith a
'Oh, no, not so much as that.
Sii thought again for a long timo,
-atcling the Pacific gleaming in the
uilight. "Well, maybo 80 then, " and
lio siiled contentedly.
The ocean breezo blow up the canyon,
ringing with it the faint roar of the
reakers. Occasionally one could hear
io crack of a rifle, at, which tho old
udian wonmn never failed to glance up
ilyh. Hel(r sewing was almost done
Ihen Sami Carson, her husband, walked
ut of the thickets up the canyon and
lalked hazily across the field, gunm ini
and and a small yellow dog at his
erols. The wife aroiso quickly, and Sam
Lit dlownm on the smooth stump. IHe was
s larown as hiis Indhiani wife, his hair
'as gray, and his bea~d was grizzled.
Io spoke in a low t oned, deliberato fash
>nl, as most people do w~hio live long
nder a semit ropic sun.
''Do you see that little cur?'' he said.
'That darned little dog has just killed a
rildent, '' and t lhe son of the old1 scent
riped his brow and prepared to tell the
est of his story. Ha. had a reputation
or thrilling and Impossible tales,
"'Me and Baldy-I niamed hinm after
hie old1 mounitaini over there--me and
laldy, we wvas a-slyin through the un
terbr-ush. I thought I 'd shoot somei(
ophiers just for luck. Well, sir, I was
tanin~ in front of ai big live oak, way
LIp the canyon there where it gets narrer.
tIl of ai s1uddin I heard a whirrini noise
n the air. I looked up, and bless inc
f there wvasn't a big wvildent. flying right
lown on me'. I gave 0110 jumip, but I
xpceled the cat would -have inc the iiext
ickc. Oh, shio was a big uin, I'm telin
"Blut Baldy was there. Hie just sailed
nto thatecat. My, how Blddy did shake
or, '" and Sani caressingly shied a
ump of dirt at the dimiiutivo our's
uese. It would have b~een an unpardon
,ble insult to suggest that aniy wildcat
vould have made two meuthfuls of little
"Did( lBaldy kill her?''
'As (lrad asM a snail, "' Said Sami.
''Wel, wherte is tihe skini of the oat
nyway:'' I askedM.
"BIaley cheiv.ed himi all lip,'" said
lami th Ii.hlt fiully. "Choiwed him all
LIp. "I aIsn't. wort riniiugina home,"'
iud him. IuS 1 a rili to his wife to ear
y mi. 'on d I lowly~ ba'ck amnong the
iion i .at md dhisalpeared w~'ith her
ni the (. .i fu ILi-r lhe bi oak.--Cor.
Into rl ie ones.
l''encinLg i a L huest. 1.ad for little
tirl * , i n r : i ti vs ha;ve long bleeni
'xpeii ink thie art-. l-ena tinly c-reature-s
if , or :n. now t aght toi put th-i
-he llhi de. ued littlec maid is (ilto a
namrv~ns prii*dniet of thio times withI her
iudinig, fencing, ballet daincinig, etc.,
md it will bo curious to see what will
,o thio effect of t-hesc isnms of the day on
ier later dhevelopmeint. - Now York
An English judge has decided that at
i marriage ceremony, if the church doors
ire olosed ~Or oe witness *bsent, the
THE SAGE OF ENOREE af
Exbrnastiveiy Review the snilver dC
1E CLAIMS THAT SI'viRM HAs NP~v- A
ER BEEN DEMONETIZED ANT) THAT
FREE COINAoE OF SILVER IS LE- th
GALLY IN Fontc Now-A LoGIcAL n
on the part of tho govornmonef and 811
buying silvor bullion and having
it. struck and coined into currency, t
did niot in any way inpair the rights 1
of the owners of oithor gold or sil
vor bullion to tako their bullion to in
tie iit and havo it struck and
coined is clearly proved by tho 11th ho
section of tho Act of March the 3d, d
And be 'it further enacted, c
That the owner or owners ot t
any gold or silver bullion, in or
dust; or otherwise, or of any of
foreign coin, shall be entitled to h
deposit the same in the said
office and the treasurer thereof s81
shall give a receipt stating the
weight and description thereof la
in the manner and under the 81
regulations that are or may be of
provided in like cases of deposit TI
at the mint of the United States st
with the treasurer thereof. And t"
such bullion shall without delay P1
be melted, parited, reflned and la
assayed and the next value (i
thereof, and of all foreign coins ti
deposited in said office, shall be e
ascertained, and the treasurer ai
shall thereupon forthwith issue A
his cortificate of the net value
theroof payable in coins of the
same metal as that deposited dt
either at the office of the Assist
ant Treasurer of the United r
States in New York, or at the
mint of the United States, at the d
option of the depositor, to be "
expressed in the certificate, d
which certificate shall bo receiv
able at any time within sixty d
days from the date thereof in
payment of all debts due the t
United States at the port of Nem w
York for the full sum therein tli
We have clearly shown that
up to this time gold and silver ro
had the samo rights of coinage th
and the same debt-paying pow- at
ers-that the parity between sill
these two metals was finally cha
readjusted and fixed by the Act si
of -January 18, 1837, and that do
the standard silver dollar 412 M
1-2 grains, nine-tenths fine, was log
adopted as our .money unit on ar<(
the 2d of April, 1702, when our in
monetary system wvas establish- tot
ed, it being of the same v alue as a
the old Spanish milled dollar sil
that had been recognized (do
throughout all the coloniesof elf
North America for centuries, as im
the money unit, the dollar of 18
account, and was madeO a legal chi
tenor in 1 750, even by3 old Enig. tia
Tlhen camne the war between sin
the States wvith its deaths and~ gri
(esolations. Special payments
wYere suspended for eighteen toc
years. But beyond the middle pi
of the time of suspension the Act of
of the 12th~ day of February, gri
1873, to receive and amend
the laws relative to the mint, go,
assay oflices andl coinage of the at
United States, was passedl by un
This Act has been styled and of
is known as the crime of the 18
ages. It can serve no good pur- doe
pose to enquire at this late (lay thi
who is responsible for it. Suf- thE
ficient it to say every member un'
of the Congress of the United Ilai
States of 1873 is resp~onsible for its
it by his act, either of commis- no
sion 01' omhission. The intelli- of
gence, virtue and nmanhood of vi<
the South had no part in it co
They were not there. They
were denlied repr'esentation. If of
their representatives had been or
there that law could not, andl ro(
wvould not have be'n enacted. So
The crime would not have been 22
The Act is a very voluminous nul
one, embracing sixty iseven sec. to
ions. Let us analy ze it and see lat
what the elements that conIs'i- anl
tute the crime of its passage are, in
and what it has accomplished, no
The first element is, the Act was ag
rushed through both houses of
Congress without even being w(
read when it should have been in
ter section, touching as it
os on matters of the gravest
aracter to the nation. The
t dropped from the list of
ins to be struck and coined
o standard silver dollar, the
incy unit of the nation. It
os not even mention that coin.
substitutcd for the standard
ver dollar, the money unit of
e nation, an unkuown coin,
yled the trade dollar with its
Actional parts, and made it a
ral tender for only five dollars
any one payment.
Section 15 of the Act is as fol
ws: The silver coins of the
lited States shall be a trade
illar, a half dollar or a fifty
nt piece, .a quarter dollar or
enty-five cent piece, a dime
ten cent pieco;and the weight
the trade dollar shall be four
ndred and twenty grains troy;
L' weight of the half dollar
all be twelve grains and one
if of a grain the quarter dol
and the dime shall be re
ectively one-half and one-fifth
the weight of said half dollar.
10 silver coins of the United
tes shall be a legal tender at
eir nominal value for any
yrment not exceeding five (101
e's il any one payment, Repro
tce in Revise Statutes, Sec
mis 3,513 and.3,586, which was
acted on June 22. 1874, An
talysis of the section of the
et, above quoted reveals the
et. tiat. the limitation of ten
'r applies only on the trade
>llar and its practieal parts.
Tho first, part of tlie setion
ads: "The silver coins of the
iited States shall be a legal ten
i, ote.'. The coincidenco of
>rds is perfect. Iti there is any
mht that tiho limit at ion1 of legal
ndor tappliie4 mly to the trado
111ar1 and its fr'actional parts and
d not and doesL iot apply to the
andard silvor dollar, the 28th
etion of teio Act reproduced in
e Rovised Statutes, Soction 3.527,
i Juno 22, 1877, will dospel it.
Sectio) 2,527, Revised Statutes,
ids: "Silvor coinmt other than
> trado dollar shall be paid out
th sovoral mints and at, the as
offico in NON York city, in ex
iogo for goltl coins at par in
ns not loss than ono hundred
lars." This section of tho Act
kos it porfoectly clear that tho
al tn(lor qualities of the stand
Isilver dlollar was not impaired
ainy wayl. Thel, limitation of
der applied to the trado dollar
mec. T he Act left the standard
rdollar im iho plenttitudo of its
1)t-paying p)ower. One of the
mnrits of ('rime in the enact
ntt of the laws of February 12,
7was the sneaking attempt to
mgo the money unit of the ua
ni from the standlardl silver (101.
421 1-2 grains 9-10) fine, lo the
ndlardl g (I I d (dollars 25 8-10
Linis 9-10 fine. Section 14 roads:
'That the gold coins of the Uni
I States shaill be a one (dolar
ice, which at the standard weight
twenrty-fiv'o and eight-tenths
is shall be the unit of' value.''
fi'is is an admission that the
[d dollar 25 8-10 grains was not
the time anid novel' hadl hoonl the
it of money of the ni a t io n,.
ivinrg shown while the framers
the Act of' February 12th, to
v3, dlropped1 tho stand(ard silver
liar from the list of coins au
>rizod to he struck and coined at
mint anrd substituted for it an
known coin styled the trade (do1
, they utterly failedl to imp~air
logal tendor qualities. I will
w' proceed to shtow that the Act
the 12th of February, 1873, pro
los for thme free and utnlimnited
nago of silver.
Boctiont 21 pr'ovides for deposits
si lve' huhllion, casting into bars
coining uinto lirado( (1011ar and is
>r'od ucod in Itovi sod S tatuites
ation 3,520, of thme Act of June
1, 1874. It reads:
'Any13 ownerI ofI silver bullion,
y (deposit thme same at any mint
b)o formned inito bers or into dol
s of the weight of four hundred
El twenty grains troy designated
this title as tra'ido dollars and
(deposit of sllver for other coin
a shall bo rJceivedl, etc."
Section 22 providIos for the
'ighing of bullion and dotermin
g its fitness and modo of molt
g and is reroduce in n-vs
22, 1874. It roads:
"W hen hililion i:.. ( a ii ;i
any of the mintts it shal bejj wIiI.
Od by tho suprintendai h( whn
practicablo i, I 1,( p e 411 1114
depositor to whom a rcuipt ,il
state the descriptn a,.nd i,] oi
Section 25 )1(\ 141-- 1I. - .I
for converting hallin it ,..'n
and tho proparation of h t vr,.r: I
roproduced in liwiSei skttitw,.
Section 3,521. It radk s:
"Tho charges .or ciom 0ri
standard si.vor into t iado (1d Ir.
for molting and rnining u ini, hul..
lion is bolow stifnda rd. Imr it'It
ening when metis aro cn9taindiii4.
in it which render it m1i for 1'
ago, for coI))er used for all( . v
tho bullion is above st andm.<!. I.
separatinog tiho goIld .un1( 51 ile .
theso m14t114 (x i o( . . i n i .
bullion and for Oh prepa)Iy144.nuI 4,1
bars shall b fixed from tim. ti
tino by the dliveo il th Ow
curronce of tho Cert-otm- v 4
Troasury so 1s to equal hait oiii
excood, inl t-hoir j1du1IIi al t h .
tual average los1 t iach mim :mo1
assay oio of1 thi un11r11i, M
wastago anld use of, num-hhio-ty 4111
ployod in each of the I4- Ir.
me1k0ntionled. Section .1 ,1' t1h .\'.
of Fobruary 12th, IS72. definii4 i hi
powors and dut ies ofl tihl ujrin.
tendent, reproduced in Ihe j.-1 ..
ed Statutes, Sectioi 3.503. :t5()
3,505 3,509. Seel ion 3.-503.( :. 1 :
"Tho Sulperilitelldunil il 414-l
llints81111ill l11vetw vi 4 41111-rl1 . I.
of, tl1o SupelrinI laI(-l(n-. il I- .',
corm ad lIersols (iIlfI'\ip.i l i I
alid tho suporvisiol <>f H.- iln
thereof, subject to Iih a;prm
the director of I hi mint. 11 b
niako rormits to h lir-ter I,
mint at, such time- midnee
to such forms as t ie d i
proscribo; which shal -%h161
deta:1il 11nd un1 derv n p tr-..
the leposuit I.f Iu1II .4.
of gold, silver miiim
and tle amoiiunt (4f Iu I1i!.
ard and rofined bars n! no
such other statis lJ('s :md44 1 1 n1..
tion 11s ma111y ho rolpijird.
Sectol 3.50 1: lii H
and relnder (jourtk i--i;,r
director of tho 1111111 )ll, h 14
pos of l(lju l wi nt :n-c-1'i 11'i
such formasa ni V k . -r. r :
by t ho Soerotil- (1 ry 1oft1i T ron: 'r.
regular and faithful :e, 11 .
his trtictions wi l - 11w4- b. r
ficors of th1mi olimi 111h li..
Section 8,50)0: Thi supel~ in
brought to 11h( mmt11 hu 4r a a4 . .r
coinage; shall b he 1.I0~.pir i
hllion or coiln ini ihe' mbint 4. 4.
while the lo 141 8 u legal I li 4
hands of otheir iilliecrs :n144 -:a
dliver 1all (co)1 inst ruck! aI III 444 u
to the( persons toi wh144a t lb
be0 logally pa"yable'.
Section '45 pro'4vidi: (.r 44 i :.
mont of coins 0or har1 i di '
anid is r(eprodu1ced1 in lIevi .' l t
uitos, Soc t i oJ n'. :I51. 11 r.4
Whenou the coins' ori h4ar'.. whi I
the l)qu1ivaflent It o Iny d 'p'i u a ,
b~ullion are readyV for1 dlivery, 41h~,
shall b)e paid to the dlepo4-lio.r ,ll
his ordor by the 5upein14~ia'V'
andi( the p~aymonts shuall 1b' nu)b.
dIemnhudedl, in the0 order inl whi
tho bullion shall havu' hm
brought to the mint. In the' d.1
nominations of com1 d1elivered'(
the superintend(1nt sha 511 omoh'4)4
with the wihe of th4e. depou :r,
oxcept when imuprailit lenbl or
conivoniont to do0 so. No bini'
be clearer that thei Aol il iia
ry 12, 1873, provided9( freel" :1on 4
citizen of the1( Unlib-d4 Nn
owner of silve'~r buionj.4 If\
shown by3 theo aho,\ 4' l a1.
the Act of Fohrua ry 1:., .'(:1
vide~d to every cit i/io ~..l
Unlited States the( 4we iW f 0, uh
bullion freo and)( unl144utin .
ago of his or her 141ino in4 !'
or tradlo do~hllrs ofi *I .124r14i ri..
year the m1inlts (l tbi li.
States woro tharon ''p''o I'u
nations of the'IlV art.- anld ;
wore invited to iri'iig tii-ir huillhii
to our mints and( haive it. coined
Free and unlim4'ited1 co)inngo wn
extended to thorn.
See the Act of JIanuary 29, 187.
It reads: Be. it onacted1 by th
Senate and House of RopresentA
tives, of the Unitnd States of mmoo
* i r )ongressa u Iubled, That it.
h i .l 1:0 lawul fr coinago to bo
uitvd at th niint4 of tho Uii..
ale, fr ily oreign co-.
tres aplying. 1fr 8h11sam0, ac
loing( i ll thO 14 y113 prescribed
istnbdId.- and dioms of Such
eaunir ~ Mi (f uc e gu a iot
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t r inv in'v ding aIbor,
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