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WILMINGTON, DEL., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1888.
NO %.
ONE CENT.
AMÜSEMENTS.
Peninsula Horticultural Society
Fruits and Flowers,
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FIRST GRAND
AN» ANNUAL EXHIBITION OT
GRAND OPERA HOUSE,
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday,
September 18, 19, 20 and 21.
OVER $2,500 IN GASH PREMIUMS.
Grand Premium for Peaches. $100
Grand l*r©mifim for Apple*.$100
frrancl Proraium for Pears.
Grand Premium for Grape?
A MAGHIFIOKNT CONCERT ORCHES
TRA, under the direction of Prof. Mark Uuas
ler of Philadelphia, will furnish music.
. . $100
... $l«Hl
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Superb Electric Illumination, Elegant Floral
Decorations, Magic Fountains, Floral Booths,
etc. ThouHands ul Rare and Curious Plants.
A Firet-elaHH Restaurant, under the manage
ment of the Ladies* Provident Society, will he
attached.
General Admission, 50 Cents.
Exceptionally low excursion rates over all
rail roads ami ht earn boars.
For further information, space# etc., apply to
CHAS. S. HORN, Secretary,
WILMINGTON. DEL.
XT' F. PROCTOR'S GRAND OPERA HOUmE
X • Three Night* commencing
MONDAY, September 10,
Usual Matinees.
M. ('. Miner*»Grand Spoctaoular Production.
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Elaborate acenic « fTe ts. Gorgeous costumes.
Thrilling ncenoa in Cossack life.
by a.Superb Company.
Three Nighf* be ginning THURSDAY, Sept. Kl.
Usual matinee*. The most succeswfai and
funniest of Hoyt's Comedies, as performed
•ver 3n0 nights in New Yurk ( it \.
A SUNCH OF KEYS,
OR, THE HOTEL.
Presented
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OST. DURING THE ToitNADo on
j Xuuaday evening a deposit b<M)k, No.
**w. 'and l^rnglngte JesreTn rare. dÄ
for Lut-y J. Turner, was lost, mislaid or stolen.
bföftdlJäÄ No. 2« wSurih
Street in this city.
HELP WANTED.
JOYS WANTED TO SELL THE NEW
> York Sunday Press. GOSNELL, Tenth
and Orange street».
ANTED. TINSMITH. WILLIAMS »St
HOPKINS, No. .VJT West Front «treu*.
\1 T A N T E D.-O O < > D. S O H E R. INdI S
▼ » TRIOU8 canvassers for Wilmington.
Addres« "Busiuetiö,"
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ANTED. AN EN ERG ET If MAN To
uanviiHH and collect. Apply TCd Market
street.
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^TKAYED FROM 711 MARKET NT KE ET,
about Ml p. m. on the SStli instant, « pug
bitch answering to the name of Batch. He
ward if returned to JOT WEST STREET.
HOARDING.
TETANTED GENTLEMEN BOARDERS;
V» also table boarders. No. M9 Orange
street.
OHMS FOR RENT.—SECOND AND
third sterv front rooms to rent with or
without board. InnulreNo.HK Market street.
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DRESSMAKING.
D ressmaking in all its branche«
at tfW VV. Seventh street. Cultintf done
by drauKht; lit guaranteed.
NOTICES.
N
OTIGE. — THE MONEY DIE THE
school districts of New tiastlo county, in
state of Delaware for tlie year is«», is now at
the Farmers' Hunk at New Castle, and the
commissioners can gel the amounts due hv
plication »title bank.
WILLIAM HERBERT.
Treasurer.
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Statk or Drlawahe, i
Treasury Department, v
Nkw Castle, Delaware. (
All person« who are liable to pay a state tax
for tbe manufacture of spirituous and alco
bolir liquors for the year Ik«« and 1887, ax
required by Section 8, Chapter 884, Vol. id.
Laws of Deiuware. are hereby notified to settle
at once or the matter will lie placed In the
hands of the attorney-general.
WILLIAM
HERBERT,
State Treasurer.
J^OTICE.
TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE. CITY
AND SCHOOL TAXES FOR 1888.
The umlernipmHÏ, receivers of taxon for the
city of Wilmington, will be at No. 10 East
Sixth street, between Market and King street»,
during the month of July, 1888, between the
hour» of Ö and 12 in tho morning, und from
2 to 6 in tho afternoon for the- ~
ceiving taxe». On all taxe» paid during July
there will be a reduction of five cent» on every
dollar, and all taxe» paid on and after the first
dav of August shall be payable without a
reduction a» aforesaid; and all taxes unpaid
by the first day of September, »hall l>e in
creased by the addition of five per centum on
the amount thereof.
EDMUND P. MOODY.
Receiver Northern district, including all north
of Six t h street.
MARTIN J. MEALY,
Receiver Soathern district, including all south
of Sixth street.
POLITICAL NOTICES.
r r , 0 THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF THE
l THIRD ASSESSMENT DISTRICT:
A meeting of the Republican voters of the
Third Assessment District, comprising the
Sixth, Seventh and Ninth wards of this city,
will be hold in the Tippecanoe Club room. Tent h
and Market streets on Thursday evening. 13th
instant, for the purpose of nominat ing a can
didate for Assessor for sahi district. The meet -
ing will convene at 7 o'clock, mid the pills
will he open until 10 o'clock, so us to give all
persons entitled to vote an opportunity to do
so. All Republican voters, resident in the dis
f riet, are requested to participate in this meet
ing. By order of ( lie CoMMtTTKK.
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,
HANKERS AND BROKERS |
Corner Fourth and Market Streets. 1
RANKING AND FINANCIAL.
Rockuhonifli» and »old in the New York, I
PhilHtUIjihmaml Boston ma rkcU on commit
Letter» of rr«»dit fflven, available in all part»
the world, and draft» on England Ireland,
Franco. Germany and Switzerland issue«!.
r pBE ARTISANS' SAVINGS BANK.
NO. BOS MARKET STREET.
Dpen daily from 9 o'clock a. m. until 4 p. m„
ai»«l on I uusday and Saturday from 7 to s n. m.
.MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES.
tiEO. \\ . Biwii, Geo. S. Capelle,
President. Vice President.
PENNIB* AND SMALL CHANGE CAN
? H s" EV EnT^'uic r>. N w NU EOOM OI
LUMMi JUIKNAL
E. T. Taylor, Treasurer.
•los. M. Il at he K, Secretary.
REAL ESTATE.
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WAMINftMEN
If If 11 IV I 11 U ill Li n
AlAAAA' *■ 1
—AND— i
T S niDC T)TI I T\ I
J A il BO. HlAU
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Over four l.untlml eoltl in the
Tvmf vo ir Kino locution nnro nir
past joar. lino location, pure air
and good water.
CiUS leave every half hour within
a square of these lots for Water and
Market streets and Delaware avenue,
Fare ft cents.
FOIL SALK.
lV OTICE QÜARRYMEN.
i.^1 For «ale cheap, um! on easy terms, a con
veniently-located lot with stone Q« Jl î*. r y
already opened. Apply to 1*1KR('K & BhK
StlN, 3 West Seventh Street.
I T'OR SALK.—THE 3-STORY BRK'K
Building, 407 K. Fourth Htreet.toeloH»* an es
tate. If. B. DUNCAN, Executur, No. Sli Mar
ket stnvl.
BUILDING LOTS
TWELFTH WARD
Forty-five Dollars and Upwards
Look at the improvements: City
water and lumps; one-oighth tux
rate; streets being graded; new
school-house; street car line going
to be extended.
For dead-sure safe investment,
,
where you can see your money every
day, this cannot be equaled. Hadaj
great many people taken this advice,
wlion wo ,r.,v.> it several voarc
when we gave It soveuil years a o O,
you would nave saved hundreds Of
dollars. Take heed now and buy.
Building lots on easy terms in all
seelimw of the eitv Rnildin.r Ina.m
actions of the city, iinildmg loans,
stock, or orders Oil ally SllVlUg oatik
taken as cash.
For information how to secure &
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nome apply to
602 1-2 Market St
uun i 0'.
The new dwelling and store at S E eor
j ner Thirtueath and Kmgatreets; exactly
I . f " r " « Baker. Dwell -
Inga nicely located ; little cosh required.
A,SO " dweUln^ (1,000 und,
I upwards, in good locations, on easy an
PETER J. FORD,
2d and Webb Sts., or
THOS. M. OGLE
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FOR SALE BY
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GEO. C. MARIS,
nual or monthly installments.
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REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE.
A large dwelling on Wert street, with stable
on rear of lot; in good condition; well suited
for a physician.
__ _ _____
H. D. WALTER,
No. 3 XV. SEVENTH STREET.
FOR SALE.
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j Two nice house». No. 030 Van Buren street
and No. 010 Jackson street. Nine room« axd
j all conveniences. Will be sold at a bargain,
WILLIAM J. FISHEE
802 MARKET STREET.
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PHILIP E. CLARK & 00.
Real Estate anfl Mortjate Brokers ,
824 Market Street,
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WILMINGTON, DEL.
Real Estate bought, sold or exchanged.
Loans negotiated on city or count ry properly.
AUDITOR'S SALE.
A UDITOR'S SALE.-BY VIRTUE OF A
WARRANT of the mayor of the city of
Wilmington to mo directed will he exposed
public sale
ON THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13.
te
1888.
At 10 o'clock, a. m..
At the Auditor's office, No. Fast Sixth
street in the Hty of Wilmington, New C'astle
county and .state of Delaware.
No. L All that certain lot or piece of land
situate in the city of Wilmington aforesaid,
bounded and described a» follow», to wit:
Beginning at the corner formed by the inter
section of the southerly side of Fourth street
with the westerly side of Harrison street;
thence westerly along »aid side of Fourth
street lid feet to a corner; thence southerly
and parallel with Harrison street 1* feet to a
Court o! 1 j Cn Min y *— riy - >n<l . .Parofivl. wjth
of Harriwm; thonra northerly along salfi "id*
of Harrison street 17 feet to the place of l»;
ginning. . .
side oFHamson stiwe*at°the °di»l«iiee*ofM
f.x-t sonlherly from the southerly side of
u'linl 1 2ÎISÎÎ 'l 1 , 1 ;? 1 / î®*. terl - v and pnrallei to
ruurtn afreet lit) feet to a corner, theme
southerly parallel to Harrison street 84 feet to
a corner, tbenee easterly amt iwiraliel to
crly to the place of beginning.
No J Beginning on tho northerly »Ido of
SÄlÄtttÄÄ
(lienee northerly and parallel to Van Buren
street Ho fia t 2 incboH to a corner, thence west
erly aad parallel to Third street .Td foot to a
corner, thence southerly and parallel to Vuu
;n) feet to the place of beginning.
Seized and taken in execution a» the proper
u 7.>hn m.Vewell; bjr
| .ÄftS/sSSl
1 iu t sidewalks.
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Gynecologist,
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1 ) ber'amiok^st, *
rxra, . 19 a. m. to 12 m.
Office hodra; 2 p. m. to 6.3Ö p. m.
( Ö.oU p. m. to 8^U p. m.
8pkci unn:
Diseases of the »kin and disease» of women.
Treatment in both brunches by the new adapta -
tion of electricity.
Electrolysis or Electrical Snrgerv.
921 MARKET STREET,
r^Wilmimrton. Dal.
JOSEPH H. WOOD,
Successor to B. Fritsch,
Manufacturer of all kinds of
Mand-CUt FÜ0S and RaSDS.
A11 kind6 of (irill ' ,ln « *n<i Jobbing doue.
KQ. 3Ä KING ä REET.
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YELLOW JACK'S STEADY MAKCH.
..„zzr,..,
J >ew ' ut rover tt,,d Sevm '
Deaths Reported Yesterday—Many Presli
Arrivals of Nurses-Four Strike for
Higher Wages and Get Lett.
Washington, Kept. 10.-Mi* Clara Bar
ton receivtxl thefoliowingdisisttuh from Jack
souville Fla. vp^torfUr*
tWe desire you to establish headquarters
Red Cr.«s in .Tnckxjnville
"Neai Mitchkii M D
' "President hkianl of Health."
The necessary orders have lieen given to
Red Cross organizations throughout the
country, and W ashington hcadquartei-s have
been establish«! at the Higgs house, where a
rentrai commit too, under Miss Horton's di
mTion, will be formed atonre. The »x-retary
of * h « treasury mid tltasix-lvtary of war are
,,x-offlcj 1 .t n ,-,t.x«oftheHed CiW
New Okusans. Sept. 10.-Prs«Went South
mayd, of the Hot Cross s.x-ioty, has sunt
j h j^ m e ^ knoed yi>liow £evor ,,U1 ' SJS 10
j ACK sonvo Fla Sept 10 —There wen
forty nlne new cases reported during twenty
four hours, and seven deaths—Pat Kelly, J.
C. Broissaat, Julia Btorker, Ed B. Love, J.
J. Brow, R<*v. J. II. Shai'pti and Amelia,
Mitchell (colored). Total caacs to daU*, 004;
deaths, 73. |
Among the new cjise« are George H. Ann-#
Prompt Response to an Urgent
Appeal for Nurses.
lrt "' n 8-" Western Union telegraph Gifi-ntur, j
who rotumoa from a uorthum vacation to
lore the danger at his post.
Dr. Mitchell ha» received the following re
ply from Mi»» Clara Barton, to his request
for ai,i: "Thanks, doctor; wo will do the !
best we can to establish Rod Cross heath.uar
tors in Jacksonville. Claim Barton, president
American Natinnal Rr.l Cross aasociatiou "
JU!V M ' Hha n ». Who died yesterday, was
P ftst<,r of Wl - p auP» M. E. ehuroli. Though
be had lived here but. a (ter months, he hail
l>eeonK» popular witk all dMm. AH bis
family have h« n sick, but the others me re
eovw "«- Mr. Sharpe hod been on active
raiaiKtrant to tlie sick of bis iKirish.
Of fourteen nursse who arrivixl from New
Orleans last night, eight are on duty at Sand
Hill and two at Ht. Luke's. KLx were assigned
to Bt. Luke's, but four refused to go there and
struck fur *4 n day instead of $)t, as agreed
upon. They were thereupon dropped by 1 ho I
board and are "on the town." Two are men
and two women. Eighteen more nurses,
three of them women, arrived from .New
Orleans last night. They were assigned toi
(dutyt(Klllv b
The depopulation question is being consid
ered again tu-dav. The situation is proof i
t callv nachangixl,' and the outlook not hopeful
j Work was . ommenced at Camp MitcheU
(to-day. It is intended to erect there itJO
frau, e houses of two rooms each. These
houses wifi a.-comraixlBto nlxmt LUX) .«rsoms.
Thf» ustûnat<jd Towuof uanntainin- this rfLivn
W U1 be nh*T per wixk. ° "
—h— -
»«-Bol, Berards
: Th e relative standing of the league and
American Association Ixiseliall clubs up to
Saturday night is shown in the foUowlng
tAblei»;
THK NATIONAL LEAGUE.
Won. Lost. Played. Per CL
Chicago. 03
i Boston.
Detroit.
i Philadelphia
i «t*»bur» ....
Washington
I Indianapolis. 4» » m
THK AMERICAN ASSOCIATION.
New York
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.«ST
47 lOfi
to 107
40 hit
61 1(18
64 10«
.003
V.
.sas
St
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.30
.481
C'.
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.808
.804
Won. Lost Pluyt*l. Per Ct.
St. Louis.70
Athletic.
j Brooklyn.
Cincinnati.60
j Cleveland...
Baltimore ..
Louisville...
Kansas City
1 : 4
'Vi
.66
87 1U3
44 10S
41 104
«i» m
«1 107
.641
..61
.577
4<\
.417
41
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TO 104
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CONDENSED NEWS.
The new Democratic wlgman waa opened
j at Madison, Wis., Saturday night A great
crowd was present Although suffering from
a cold, Col. Vilas mod# an able hjxxxIi and
! was greeted w itb grex»t enthusiasm.
One hundred girls and young ladies, all
prettily uniformed, call«! on Gen. Harrison
Katurday night and were warmly welcomed.
The general will hold no receptions this week
until Katurday, wliun be will receive the
Irish Americans of Chicago. Hu will attend
the reunion of bis ok! regiment at Dayton,
0., Thursday.
Jolm King, foreman of Ö>» glass factory,
at Corning, N. Y., was shot and killed by an
Italian named Rous Sunday. Rous escaped,
but was recaptured and nearly killed by a
mob before the officers could get away with
him.
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rrik, ^ < w reported from Cuba
resulting from a lato storm. A Spanish gun
boat wns lost with all its crew of fifteen.
Forty-three Ixsliee wore «ashed up on tho
beach at Batabano. Every vessel in that
port was sunk. Many houses were wrecked
1111,1 th,,ro S™* 1 ,riFS of IB® "t Mafonzas.
The total property lost at Cordemas is 11,000,
000. nnd the loss of Ufo is largo.
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Harriet Beecher wtowe wns removed from j
Sag Harbor Sunday and arrived in Hartford,
She Stood the trip well. |
A pawengcr on the Bouton and Lynn road !
sb-m*xl out of the door of the cur to mt trbv
tÄtoSÄ
fifteen feet below. The conductor cut tlie
)*>!! rone made a lasso threw it nmmul tb«
fT'i ," , i V. . aPOimü lÜ€
mans lKK, > r antl bauied him in.
v. iroiul's poodle, Hector, ran «way
was captured by two boys and u man, and
igi»'>mlnouHly dragged to the Whito House
Oratorgot^u.'kh.r^ n,wwxlandKut
''Tlv^mocratio• rommlttw of New York
state is m a quandary. Owing to the Inter
j national fair at Buffalo, the hotels are all full
j and there is no room for tho delegates to the
state* convention which meets Wednesday.
I It is raid that Governor Hill will be nomin- j
i a ted by aectamation. The candiilates for
lieutraant governor aro E. F. Jones. Gen.
McMahon and Jacob Cantor.
A negro camp meeting near Eufata, Ata.,
wnsnttaetaxl by white men, and seven negroes
were killed. The negr.x« ha<l attacked the
house of a white man because he would not
allow them to supply the comp with water
from his well.
«Vllluun Mahoney, aged ou, and william H.
Horstman, aged •-!•>, ««ii-v* wife is Mahoneys
niece, bad a shooting mao'll at Cumberland, j
Mahoney was fatally woundixl and
Horstman may lose a leg. Horetman 1 * wife |
bad left him and was living with Mahoney's ,
family. Mahoney ivfbs'xl U(N«tman admis
sion to his house. Henre tbe sh.siting.
 Boston evangelist who tried to preach tbe
gvepcl ou the Common has iiutehed bis term
Md.
m urisou.
THE RETALIATION BILL PASSED.
President i'levelMnd Granted (he Inten
sion of Power He Asked.
Washington, Sept. 10.—Discussion of the
retaliation bill continued without interrup
tion until 5:15, when the bill was iKissed by
ITii yeas to 4 nays.
Mr. White, of New York, opened the dis
cussion. He favored such retaliation as
would retaliate upon the enemy and not
upon tile people of the United States.
would, if enforexi, injure this country ax
much or more than Canada.
Mr - Lim1 ' ,,f Minnesota, said if the bill be
roino a law the prexident, with a single
stroke of the pen, could cripple or ruin cn
«-'Yrriing menin the north westrob Duluth
Minneapolis of half their shlppuig, and
enhance the exactions of uortbweHtern rail
® P^ r cent.
Mr - Cochran, of New York, defended the
president from the charges brought against
»«jm Kv other speakers, aiul heartily praisod
P-'b- y and aettons.
Mr kiync, of Pennsylvania charactcriKxl
l,, ' n11 "f " I" 1 '* ^ and smd
against it
Mr ' M J* A ^ -f^Fw-Jersey, said the «ret
^ ""t'Äotem
d ic lestim taon of the HillisU inq m.
Mr. Henderson, of Iowa, ami Cummings,
" f N , ow York ; f° ko wl »» Mr. White, of New
^ k. m-Mxl to munumt the bffitp the
Z'i!,' strike^ ^^^."firel^uîm, b^t thi,
motio « was lost without division.
T he WU waN then passtxl The negative
Tf*. by |M.«srs. Bayne, DalzeU,
Lind " ute > of New York -
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THE OLD ROMAN S TOUR,
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s,, K*»tly 111 Au;niu at Newark—Hut »!•
Make, a Npsm'li—Off for Home In the
Morning—Cheered Along the Way.
Newark, V. J., Sept, 10.—The Bell view
£T enu , e rillk wns reowded to suffocation
^'iixtay night by Democrats and others
anxious to see Judge Thurman. The rink
M'a* poorly ventilated, and many were sick in
consequenre. The Old Roman was intro
dui « 1 u ' th f by Gen. Kearney, and
*P° kt ' fw holt an hour in review of party
bisu.ry, when he was overcome by the fetid
atmosphere and had to sit down for a few
1; "»» l- uts. Governor Green talkexl to the
I* 0 !' 1 " »««»while, and then Mr. Thurman
nwumed, but was again obliged to give up
'be attempt. After the mreting he was oon
bock to Chairman Brice's special car,
whirh was haiikxl back to Jersey City,
• Tkrbev City . Sr ; ,r - 10.—Judge Thurman
,oft this eity yesterday morning at 0:1(1 over
t,K ' Donnsylvania railroad for Columbus,
The J ud S» remained all night in Col. Brice's
s I* eoial car . which was side tracked in the
de P ot - Vllr > 1 - The car was attached to the
!»*»■ line express, which leaves just one minute
after the Ü; 15 limite! express for Chicago.
Altoona, Pn., Kept. 10.—Judge Thurman
anfl porty passed through this city last night
0,1 their way to Columbus, O. At the rail
wav 8tation 11 lnr S u una enthusiastic crowd
"f I*'«>ple gathered and i«.id their re«p.x-ts to
' K 1- "'"! old man. tally 'J.OOO men and
"onien were present and os many of them as
powdW* shook hands with Mr. Thurmau.
"<* *** «I«* ''l, ,uttkB , ,* fl"«: 1 *' , but
ne drelluea and said: This is the Lorel s ilay.
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1 ■ttsBI R... Sept. 10,-Mr. 1 huniian ,x.»s,xl
through this city rn route to Columbus at
12:30 this morning. He was oaleep. His bon
bakl he was feeling much better.
Pilgrim, Resent Imposition.
Constantinople, Sept. 10.—News is re
ceived of a terrific tight between a laxly of
pilgrims and a number of servants of the
grand sheriff of M'xx-a, in which several of
the combatants were killed and many
wounded. Tlie fight arose from the disexivery
that the sheriff was pursuing u system of
defrauding pilgrims.
A )la«e Deceiver.
IiAWHENCE, Mass,, Kept, 10—Lewis G.
Johnson was arrested for bigamy, having
married Tina (■«sing, a resixx-tnlile young
lady here, while ha had a wife in New York.
He is alee accused uf borrowing $800 from his
wife's brother hero and retaining it. Ho is
said by tho (xiliiv to be a professional crook.
He is at) years old.
Dis Eire* from h Small Spark.
San Francisco, Kept. 10.—Fire which
originated in the sash und dixir factory of
Day, Huber & Cracker, on Main street, de
süxiytxl two entire blocks of buildings and
nearly all of three blocks more. The loss is
estimated at (1,25),000. The lire started from
a spark dropped among shavings.
Out Against Mr. Mills.
Kt. 1 xiVis. Kept. 10,—A Galveston sjieeial
says that E. A, Jones, of Wora, has
uounetxi himself as an independent candidate
for congre« from the Ninth district, wliich is
now represented by Roger Q. Mills. Jones is
a Prohibitionist and has a large personal fol
lowing.
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Rest HU «Vif. to I North,
PnoviDKM'E, Sept. Id.—William Carroll, a
mill operative, brat his wifo Kate, agixi ;M
years, to death, in a quarrel over the jxisscs
sion of the wagixt of ono of their two elnklren,
both of whom work ia the mill. Mrs. Carroll
was also a mill operative.
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Halivax toft. 10.--The fishing schooner
^ ro J n ,*5 y ui, ro, picket 1 up«
H 1 11 " a WK® wfoUiat with tho name
''S- S-Ueiixir-oni, The boat was floating
. t f >m U P Jt c01ltaiae ® mxea «»rs lushed
uisidt*.
"*U.
Opposed to All Whiten,
London, Shpt. 10.—Tlie natives of Zanxibar
Uave again tired u(xm a foreign vixri, this
time the steamer Algi'ria, carrying the Eng
lish flag. l.ater they allowed an intorpretor
to land, and informell hhn that, they
ImmUxt together to resist the approach of nil
whites.
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Its Occupants?
Germany «VIII M
Berlin, Sept. 10.—In compliance with tho •
wishes of the Dowager Empresses Augusta I
and Victoria, the emperor bar ordered Ute
period of mourning at the German court tobe I
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j
London, Sept. 10.—The famous Star and i
Garter hotel, at Richmond, was (cicily de
stroyedby lire yesterday. Tho loss is very
Minnie Likes Lnglaml.
London, Sept. 10. Miss Minnie Palmer
has canceled off her American engagements,
uid will ap[Kxir m Lssidon at Uhristmas time.
,
Woolen Mill* Banni.
Halifax, Kept. 10.-The Hopewell (N. 8.)
woolen mills ware burned yesterday. Loss,
|oü,000; insurance, (Itf.OOO.
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Weather In, lient loo.,
Threatening weather and rain; slightly |
cooler; winds shilling to austerly, increasing ;
ia fui ca, j
a Three Months Mi
prolong'd three months.
A Faanious Hotel Hurnecl.
. ;
HIS VIEW OF THE CAMPAIGN
on Vxl.ilng Evil» Knit
si
lîistM-mtiiïu l»y tin*
pxip!*H eh. president of ..very faculty anil
1 ' ' i .oui, : • in',
I ■ intensified by tlv- lig.P
of my ox]«Tienoe in the presidential ofilix 1 .
which hnssolr rly impivsi -d m > with the he
t ore responsibilities which it Imposes, w hile
it has quickened my lova for Amcrii-an insti
lui. oils mid taught rac the prioohxn value of
the trust of my countrymen.
it is of the highest importance that those
who administer our government should yxil
ously pn>t€x-t and maintain th<- right« of
American ettixens at home and abroad, and
should strive to achieve for our country her
proper place among 1 be nations of the eartli;
butt here is no people whose home interests
are so gloat, mid wilt«« numerous objects of
domestic concern di«erve so much watchful
ness ami care.
Among these are the regulation of a sound
financial system suited to our needs, thus
securing an efficient agency of national
wealth and general prosperity ; the construe
lion and equipment of means of defense, to
insure our national safely and maintain the
honor beneath which such national safety re
poses; the protection of our national domain,
still stretching beyond the needs of acentury's
expansion, and it* preservation for tlie settler
mid the pioneer of our marvelous growth; a
sensible and sincere recognition of the value
of American labor, Icxiding t., the scrupulous
tv,,- just appryolftfion of the bitcjwts of
our workingmen ; the limitation and checking
of such monopolistic tendencies and schemes
as interfere with the advantages and Isucfits
which the people may rightly claim; a gener
ous regard and cure for our surviving soldiers
and sailors and for the widows and
orphans of such as have died, I» the
end that while the appreciation of their
services mid sacrifices is quick cd, Ute applica
tion of their pension fund to improper
may Is; prevented; protection against n
vile immigration which injuriously coin [»'ten
with our laboring men in the field of toil, mid
adds to our imputation an element ignorant
of our institutions mid laws, impossible of
assimiliaUou w ill) our people and dangerous
to our peace and welfare ; u strict and stead
fast adherence to the principles of civil service
reform and n thorough execution of the taws
Iwr«x! for their enforcement, thus permitting
to our people the advantages of business
methods in the operation of their government ;
the guaranty I« our colored ettixens of all
their rights of citizenship and their just recog
nition mid encouragement in all things |« r
taining to that relation; a linn, patient and
humane Indian policy, so that in peaceful
relations with the government the civilization
of the Indian may be promoted with
suiting quiet and safety to the settlers on out
frontier; and five curtailment of public
pense by the introduction of economical
methods in every department of the govern
ment.
Timms
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President Cleveland Formally
Accepts a Ueiioinination.
Tariff Reform the Burden of
His Theme.
PROTECTION, TAXATION, Tßl'STS.
The Mill« 1IIU mii« 1 the Democratic Vn
IMalform Heartily Approved
Com me mint ion for the C«
DemocrHt lc Party
'( (he Day ami Cnnttoteil C rltl
t Iona!
inti» of the
I in port ant Oue«
t Ion«
elftiu of Du» llcpiihlleiiti I'HrtjHMflInMl»
of Relief H
genteil— ll)|« Touche« Fpon Monopolie«
u« Op posed to the I til «rent* of the
Work 1 nginuM, the Rent r let ion of Pi
'in I t;rMt loti« (In
American Right*, Kir#
I per
of.
Ii
Maintenance
Washington, Sept, 10.—Following 4« the
full U-xt til' Prcaidont Cleveland'* letter of n •
ooptancer ' ■
W ashington, Wept. N, 188*.
Hon. Patrick A. Collins and otlu'm, ooiumit
ti'rt, etc. :
Uknti.kmkn—I n addrcHtdug to you my for
mal acceptance of the noiniiuitiou to the
pre^kteoey of the United H ta tes, my tlumx^t*
|x*rsiHtuntly dwell upon the impmtdvo ivln
lion of auch ucthm to the American people,
whose conflilence is thus inviterl, and to the
politi(*Hl j«rty to which I belong, just inter*
iug upon a contest for continued supremacy.
Tin» world does not afford u s|>octeaile more
•ubiime than furulshoil when millions «•!
free and intelligent* Amcricana s*»l»\*t. their
chif'f magistrale, and bid on« of their number
to bud the highest mrlhly honor uu<! |4u> full
measure of duty in the ready mibn^ffiion Ut
their will.
11 follows that a candidate for this high
oflkv ca:» never forgt*l that when the turmoil
and tin? Htrlfo which attend the selection ol
it« incumbent »hall Im* hoard no more, there
must U* in the quiet calm which Xoll
complete and solemn self
genorem» nat.ii
of fr

Those tlionghti
cos»«
ser
i
The pledges contained in »be platform
adoptixl by the late convention of the notional
Democracy Irad to the advancement of these
objects and insure gixxl govenunent—the as
piration of every true American citizen mid
the motive for every )iatriotie action and
effort. Ill the consciousness that much has
txxn done in tlie ihrection of gixxl govern
ment by the present lulministration, and sub
mitting its record to the fair inspection of my
countrymen, I indorse tlie platform thus pre
sented, w ith the determination that if I am
again rail'd to the chief magistracy there
shall be a continuance of devoted endeavor to
advance the interests of the entire country,
Our srale '»f Federal taxation and its eon
sequences largely engross at this time the at
teutSon of our eitiaens. and the
Soberly considering the nreessity of measures
relief,
ixx'pie, established to carry out their designs
and accomplish their good. It was founded
on justice and was made for a fne, intelli
gent aiul virtuous |xx>(>le. It Is only useful
"hen within their «mtrol, and only vm*
them well when regulated and guided by
their ranstaut touch. It is a free govern
ment, because it guarantees to every Ameri
can citizen the unrestricted personal use and
enjoyment of all the reward of his toil, and
of all his income, except w iu.t may lx* las fair
attribution to iuxx«sqi v public expense.
Therof. re it is not only the right, but the
duty of a fro* paople, in tlie enforcement of
guaranty to insist that such ex-x-nse
should be Strictly limited to the actual public
needs.
It seems perfectly clear f liât when the gov
eminent, this instrumentality created and
maintained bv the .xxiple to do their bidding.
turns upon them and through an utter per
version of its powers extorts from their
tabor aad capital tribute largely in excess of
an
1"
Our govenunent is the creation of the
puljto-Burp*!tic«, tho creature ha.- rebelled
«K»ln*: the creator and the nmste.x or.,
""*r l h \ "rVr . . . *
tote nud by UriffdZr' Ti l""! 1 ""*
k: r b?ä*Ä x
sasrwrsr^Ä
.-»<'»«.1 "... .II.™ S-J.Ä
JÏT.mi" '" r 1 T,"T
T,?. V ' ° f ", 1 toglt "" at " I"! 1 *
Ur npis. As a consequence there ».,« remains
Ihiiî ri ÏMi.iï'iîl. W °" Ury * SU, ' ,,lttK ,,f morU
N- Utter ,'videnee could 1* furnish«! that
the |»si[>le an, exorbitantly taxed. The extent
of tlie stqierfhions burden indicated l.v tills
surplus nil) Is. U'l.icr appreciates! when it is
sintKestel that such surplus alone represents
taxation nggregatlug more Ulan flOHJID in
'mÄT .*....;rr
l lu mu pliiî. ifvomif nuw ivmnmmg in the
^Z^u^r'TT'r^'' 'Zi'
t™ . t»o.s O I i "Ï :
the o,!,!!-.,; ', ,', !'.V"
It is 1 rr «f J l i L «I a,
It » groat nuHtako to «iippn«' thatthc
! 1 rn wn I * « 111 1 ' i '1 .'' m,iun *l Z
diaenl and hoarding by the government ot
»1» currency of the rieoplc are not of Inunedi
ate un]«..riants; to tts- mass of our cltiarn*.
and only ismcenis Hm*, Gigagtxl in large
llnanrial transactions
In the rerthxw enterprise and activity which
fix«, and ready money among the jsx.pl« pro- I
du«« Is found that op(«irtimity for labi.r
and employment and that impetus to businem
and production w hich bring in their train
pronperity to our cltiwn» in every station anil
vocation. New venture«, new investment« in
business and manufacture, the «instruction
■f new mul Important Works, and the mi large
meat cf enterprist« already established depend
loi-psly. upon obtaining money upon easy
terms with fair necurlty ; and all these tilings
ure stimulated by an abundant volume of
eircnlnting nuxiiiiin. Kven tlie hurvi«u«l
grain of the farmer remains without n marlo't
unie* money isfortheninlngforitsiiKni nient
and transportation to tlu> «'ulmnnl.
The first results of a »-airily of money
among the |sx.ple is the exaetkm of severe
tiTins tor its use. Increasing distrust, and
timidity is followtxl by a refusal to I.sin or
ad valu v on any terms. Investors n>fu»e all
risks and dicllne all securities, sad ill a gen
era I (right the money still in the hands of tlie
I»«.pic is persistently hoarded. It is quite
ap|»irent that when tills perfectly natural, if
not inevitable, stogi- is reached depression in
all binriuissi and enterprise will, us a m«x«sary
coiwx|iiencc, kxM.ii the np(Kirtuuity for work
mid employment, and ixxiuee salant« and tlie
wages of lui sir.
liiRtoacl, thi*n, of Ih'Iujj exempt from tho (
influença and ilTecl of an immcn»< kiii-jiIiis
h mi, 1.11-■ in lh ■ nation il ti. , ... ,, ..»r w ago
cnrneis and others who rely u|«>n their lalxir
for supjKitl iu-i. mo f< of all dinx-tly mtux-rnix]
in the situation. Otht-nt, neeing the approach
tif danger, may provide against it, but it will
find thixx- depending ii|sm their daily toll for
hrixtd unpixipartsl, h; Iph«s mid defenseless,
Such a state uf affairs docs not present a case
of idh-ni«s resulting from disput«« U'tween
the laboring man and his employer, but it
produces an alisolute and enforced stoppage
of employment and wages.
In reviewing the tsul efftwds of this aeeu
mutated surplus, and tbe scale of tariff rat*»
by which it 1« produced, we must, not over
look the tendency towants gross and scandal
ou» public extravagance which a <ongt«ted
treasury Induces, nor the foot that we are
maintaining, without excusa. In a tins' of
profound peace, substantially the rate of
tariff duties imi«»rel in time of war, when
the msxMitim of tiie government justified the
iiu|s»»itien of the weightiest burdens in sin the
But we know the cost of our dnsnsigiu man
nCapture* prodm te is in.-r.«s,xl and their
price tethe . onsumer «abancwl by the duty
iiii|sMxl nfKHi th*' raw material used in their
uuinu facture, W e know that thin increased
coat prevent» the sale of our productions at
toreigu markets in conqietitioii with tho»
countries Which have the advantage of free
raw material. i\ e kii"W tliat eonrtntxl to a
home market our munnlacturing operations
nre curtailed, their demand for labor irregtt-■■
ln i- nnd the rate of wages paid uncertain. I
AVc propose, therefore, t<
{xxiple.
Divers plans have been suggi«i<xl for the
return of this aremimlated sur|ihis to the
(xxiple and the channels of trade. Home of
these devices ai e at variance with all rules of
good finance; some ore delusive, some are
absurd, mid some betray by their ixs-klessex
travnganre the denv iiiliring influence of a
gnat surplus of public money vijkiii tlie judg
ments of individuals.
While SUfh efforts should be made
consistent with public duty and sanctioned
by sound Judgment, to avoiil danger by the
useful dis|M»ition of the snr|)!us now remain
ing in the treasury it is evident that if its
distribution was accomplished auot hei- aixu
mnlntion would soon take Its place if tho
constant flow of i'(simulant Income was not
checked at its source by a reform in our pi»»
rat tariff law.
We do not propose to deal with three
diti nis by merely attempting to satisfy tlv
people of the truth of alistraet tluxirire, nor
by «lone urging their assent to polith-al iloc
trine. Wo present to them the pru|xx<itiuns
that they are unjustly treated in tlv extent
of ]in«ent Federal taxation, that as a result
a condition uf extreiiM; danger mists, and
that it is for them to demand a réussi y anti
that defense ami safety promised m the guar
ant«,» <if tlvlr free government.
We Ixdleve that tlv same means whicti ni»
adopted to relieve the tmisury of its present
surplus nnd prevent its recurrenoe should
cluxqion to our (xxiple the cost of supplying
their itaily wants. Both of three objivls we
wx'k in (<irt to gain by nxluehig the (ireseut
tariff rates upon the ncc.«surii« of life.
Wo fully appretfiato the Importance to th» 1
country of .oar domestic industrial enter
pri»«. In the rectification of existing wrongs
their maintenance and (irosperity should 1«;
carefully and in a friendly spirit considered.
Even sneli reliance upon present revenue ar
rangements as have Ixx'ii im iu.l or encour
aged sliould fie ftilrly and justly regarded.
Ahnqit and radical changes which might en
danger such enterprises and injuriously affect
the interests of lalxir de|x>ndent U(«m their
sikxxsw anil continuance are not (xmtein(itaUxl
or intradeti.
;.k art
• ..o
stimulate our
domestic industrial Httrprlai by freeing
from duty the iuqiorted raw materials which .
by the employment of labor are used in our
home manufactures, thus extending the
markets fur their sale nnd (»'iiuitting mi hi
creased and steady production with the allow- i
ance of abundant profits.
True to the undeviating course of tho Dem
oorati - party, wo will not neglect flic inter
lots of labor and our workingmen. In allot- ■
forta to reniody existing evils we will fiirnish [
no excuse for the lorn of employment or the I
reduction of tbe wage Of honest f off On the
contrary, wo (iroposuia any adjustment of!
our revenue laws to concede such encourage-j
incut imd advantage to the employers of do
mestie labor os will rasily (x>m(xiusato for
any difference that may exist lietwixm the
standanl of wages which should lx* paid to
pur tailoring men and tho the rate allowed in
other countries. We propose, too, by extend
Ing the markets for our manufactures, to
promote tho steady employment of tabor,
while by chcaoeahuc the cost at a>
. , lf . W1 , . .. _ ■ . 1
" '? r f til „IT th *
«"•"''W from the quation I
äää ss
ÄR2 Sl'ZSfZZSJSSSZ
•»*«» h.rta. .... I«..,™, o. int™«c
-nr fellow cilia™ or acquiring any
permanent interest in our «mntlT. but wte
^.w.l every field of employment with unto
Wtt *7 *5" ,° U f ' to
claim to America»
ti... _ i . .. ,
„.nv »' o.1^?! Til
SÄtaT l«arty contain* the follow- ,
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ti "" S '-•"••»'"'I and" f.srt^d. %
wWk) >■"'>'»>• enriching the few that .
blue, ml. the iKKiy of our cittern« by .lepriv
*** Uieiu, os jmrchaaeni, of the benefits of
natural competition.
"Hugh ivml.il. al ions have always tieen cob
damned by the Democratic party. The deo
taratiou of it« national convention is nu
«.rely made, anil no member of our part*
will Is; found excusing the existence or balte
tU«g the i«Tiiiclous results of these devil«« ta
wrong the |ieopks. Under various uamm
they have lieen punished by the common law
f,,,- liundnxls of years; and they have lost
none of their hateful features Demise they
have assumed the name of trusts instead at
ronsplraelra.
"We believe that these trusts are the nota*
ml oflupriug of a market artificially ms
strict«!; that mi inordinately high tariff, bo
dde furnishing the temptation for their ex
internv, enlarg.« the limit within which they
may operate against the people, mid thus ta
miwra the extent of their power for wrou*
doing." ,
With an unalterable hatred of all sueb
«chenil«, w e count the elux-kiug of their lalo
ful ojs*rations among the g.««I riwults |irum
iwxl liy revenue retorm. While we l aimo*
avoid partisan misrepre«imtatkiu, our ponttkic
Upon the question of revenue rufoim should
be so plainly stated as to admit of no misuik
derstauding.
We have enteral U]sm no ei-usude of free
tnule. The reform we seek tv inaugurate w
pmdkated upon Us; utmisit care fonetal»
lislsxl industries and enterprises, a jtxdoua
ri-gard for thr interests of Apin itan lulsjr,
and a slniere desire ti> relieve the country
from tlw injustice mid danger of a «.ndltioai
which threatens evil to all I« ople of Ms. lamL
VVe are dealing with no imaginary ilnngtat.
I bus bt.'vti oonfits^oii bj
till (silitiinil (mrties, mid phstgisof a remedy
luivo IsS-n inddu on
Yet, when in the legislative Isxly when»,
tinder tin* eonstitution, all rt.uitxhoj iiKxisunis
applicable to this suhje
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t
• ui
.must originate, tho
DumoreutU- majority were ut tempting w ith
extn me moderation to rodoem fin 1 jii.'.lgiu'oui
Inon to iKith parties, they were met by ilctero
nilncd opposition nnd obstruetkm, and th*
mimnily. refusing to
of represMrtatlveH or propose another nanedy,
liave remitted the roxiumption of their ]Mirty
phxlgi- to tin- doublt ti I {uwvr of the senate.
The {»viple n ill hiutlly be doceivtxi by their
alsuidonment of h gislattve aotian to meet io
{»Jiticiil Lxinveutioii and Hi|i]iaiitly dretare in
their jMirty platform that our conservativs
| on. 1 careful effort to relieve the situation k
destructive to the American system of pro.
tret ion. Kop wiU U.e {»opta be misled by U»
appeal to prejudice txertaiwd in tin- absunl
allegation that we w rve the interests o t
Eu rep.-, while they «iU support the interode
■ iterate in the hisws
uf America.
They propoao in their platform to thus sup.
{xiri the interests of our country by removing
the internal revenue tax from tobcuxxi and
from spirits used in the arts and for mechan
ical ping«»«. Tlie) declare also that there
should Ixi such a revision of our tariff taws
shall tend to cluck Ur- importation of such
articles us are produced here. Thus, In pro
{Xisllig to increase tlie duties upon such arti
cles to nearly or quite a prohibitory qx>iut
they confess (nomsrlves wîîliug to
huekward in tho road of civilization, aiul ta
deprive our {xxiple of markets tor their goods^
which can only be gaiuexi and ki |it by th»
sumbtauix', at hast, of an hiterchougo of busi
ness, while they abandon our cousuihers to
the univJininixl oppression of the domtwtl#
trusts nnd combinations which are in Mm
same piutfunn porfunctorUy eoudetuned.
They propose further to release entirely
from import duties ail article» of foreign
production (except luxuries), the likoof which
cannot Ik. produced in this country. Tho
plain ix««, pie of tho land and tho poor, who
scarcely use articles of any description pro
duced exclusively abroad, and not already
free, w ill find it difficult to discover where
their interests are regarded in this proposi
tion. They mxxl in their lions» cheaper
domestic necessaries, and this seem« te> ha
entirely unprovided for in this propoeaA
scheme to serve tin- country.
Email eooqK ii.sutioii for this n<(glectud isxrf
is found in the further {(impose here
nouueed and covered by the declaration Dial
if after Uic changes already mentioned there
still remains a larger revenue than is requisite
for tho wants of the government, the entire
intenml taxation should be repealed "rather
than to surrender any part of our protectivw
system."
Our {xx)|)lo nsk relief from the undue and
unnecessary bunion of tariff taxation now
resting upon them. They are offered instead
free tobacco and free whisky. They ask foe
bread and they are given a stone.
Of course in a country as great as eure,
with such a wonderful variety of interests,
often leading in entirely different directiore,
it is difficult if not iiiijxissible to settle upon a
{»■rfeet tariff plum But in aixvmplishing the
rt-fonu we have entered upon, the n<xx««ty
,,f wliich is so obvious, 1 believe we sliould
n „t be contrat with a reduction of revenna
involving (he prohibition of importations tusl
the rcnuonl of the internal tax upoa whisky,
it can be better and more safely done within
tin 1 lines of granting actual relief to the
[MH ,p|p p, rlieir means ot living, and at the
snoc ti'ne giving an impetUB to our donsxttkx
enterprises and furthering our uatioual weh
r
Uav
fare.
If misrepresentation* of our purpose* and
motives are to gain credence and del _
present effort in this dire, -lion there seems ta
be U o reason why <w
future to accomplish menue reform snould
not be likewise attacked, and with like result,
And «et ik, thoughtful man can fail to see,
j n the continuance of the ppeseat burdew of
the peo(>lc and the ebstFuetion by the gov
»runlent of the currency
evRatyu distress and di
will be averted by timely action. The (UlH
culty of applying the-remedy will never lu
Isas-ulitl the UamdsbooH not be laid at tins
door of the Dciuis-raUn party if it «applied
too late*. . r
With firm faith in ,.tho inteiligonco and
patriotism of onr countrymen, and rijying
upon the conviction that mLsreiire.cntalks»
B ,u no t influence them, that préjudice a ill
out cloud their undci-tanding, and that
menace will not intimidate them, let uv urg»
the pecplu's interest and public dutj- fur iha
vindicators of our attempt to inaugurate a
righteous and beneficent reform,
it oor
endeavor in the
' of the country, in
isasder.
All danger
Lia* UT K* Il XTCT
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