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SAITOISD, AKIZ.
PARASITES OF AMERICA.
dsRav majny years Congress lias
malting nimionnrics nnu
fftmmiW. Thoro lias not boon a
Kb , 1 .1 !.. n1it!nn rtsii
riUftlTlftl llivoiveu in iramira oiumv
lolJG. Among the inonoy sharks,
the Steele gamblers, tho usurious
gang of Now York, Boston, Philadelphia,
find Baltimoro.tin all these
Aggregations for sucking blood,
tlioro is not a man who isn't an idler,
a parasite, a lecoh, a wolf. Thoy
produce nothing. Their whole
membership, every kito or condor,
buzzard or vulturo of thorn all
dosn't compare in national uso or
value with any farmer or mechanic,
or laborer one over heard named.
Thoir religion is rapacity; their
vocation ha- smerelj to be piracy
cf law. Thei
pTFFof
"1 biuinc i, of labor,,
n f i teurnir, honest throats.
r'Tluy are the shark's brood, to
ia .
and and drink at the
L..r
exp i iv o
others. The Savior in
. y niado a scourgo of coids
and drove them from tho tomplo.
In this hour thoy ocoupy tho
to tho oxclusion of others, and
arc ' oven negotiating a
upon it. Tho politician's God
is gold. Ho makes sacrifices to
vmpnpylikoanoldGrcok to his gods
in, builds histomblom Now York;
.""""ho makes Wall Street and tho na-
'Udfml banks its high priests. Mug-
.iivJUflPVy 6 tho altar boy, and at-
tqiids in charge of tlio sawed
:Trnft TjtvMl tl nmtrnrn Hint, ruin
i
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rifleo tho west and south to tho end
Ihjcfc their, blood may bo inconso in
; nostrils of gold. Tho most
patriotic and law abiding peoplo
a-- "woimvo tiro ino poor, n mis coy-
'fjoriuncnt is savod, they arc tho ones
tlipU savo it. Tho most
f naLalld i dfUigerous mon wo liavo
wofiJi rloh mon infesting tho na-
ftul oanitol.and who are rondv to
ms::-,'. ;:.. .,. r... .... ....
nuuuiu 0 uii iuwij uiwi. umy
selfish purposes.
afv Tate of 7oo Nations.
i, ,, Ho,
ayiMjte affliftJiniStratioii mon,
ig Uontlldld6is, bank-
Of ovory party
MH4 Jvwent tho Illinois
tiejpTDtHttoemt, on Juno 4th,
mumim
MmBto
mrmm,
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: a thorougli
ingoing in favor of tho
SiW)Switte of silvor. JMonoy
YovlyOity and all other
ii.llltiwtelt'iOefitss will flow into Illi-
rfajrtJU tho primaries and
KJMlilaite whioh aro to
lA$5jt.0 convention. The
r$d'$ttg realizy .tho importnnco
ML Illinois as thoy tear
jfolffthd inlluonco of that
pronouncing in
nlltOT,
tr;11 "
' lateent inusa lncotniL', at
$ui; of natives who favor an-
ou4o tho Amorican Union is
Its importnnco need
MlWnlnrwn. 7Cr dnnlilr n
Mjf Jio nwtfvfca -of tho is
JipliP ftoyot sympathize with
auifiunuut H'hnv iirnlnli!
tltlfWtio tho notion that in
jswefy i
, ,
pmp way t(ie uecn may yot oo
!pd to powor. A. rumor
h3'Stfisc them that England
It ftntrfer to-do this; whilo, of
i?,'i? utjty tako a long timo for
tfflfeW. 16 got rid of tho pernicious
CZ V-' .. . . . ....
IWP tJjt Mr. Uluvoland is still
a?M3 UiiioVftdloow thl' republic and.
wwrw'i
Che Silver Question as it Stands.
Ilistory is being made rapidly.
Tho agitation for tho
of silvor is atfloodtido. President
Clovcland has dono for
tho free coinago canto than any
ton oi its leading advocates. Having
commoncod tho prosont term
by corrupting senators and mom-
bors, and causing them to break
thoir solemn pledgos to tho people,
ho wound up by an unlawful and
unnecessary sale of bonds to his
nals for nino millions of dollars
loss than ho could havo sold them
i o tho peoplo of tho United States.
For this ofTonso ho has not made
as good a defense as could bo made.
He finished on' with an effort to
fbrco through Congress a bill to
authorize an issuo of bonds payable
in but ono kind of Amorican legal
tender monoy. Tho public indig
nation with him has found vent
in tho loading nowspapors of tho
oonntrv. tho lareo majority of
which havo in this instanco faith
fully represented tho opinion of
the public on tho subject.
Tho public wrath with the President
has oxtondod to his masters
of tho gold ring, and tho demand
for tho romonotization of silver is
the form in which this feeling is
mainly expressed. Democratic
representatives havo published
an address to tho Domooratic party
calling upon thorn to shako off tho
rulo of tho bankers and place tho
party squarely in favor of
money, both gold and
Tho Republican party is in
a high stato of fermontation as to
what its course shall be.
"Western men are demanding tho
tho ovorthrow of tho gold faction,
and eastern republicans nro
as to what tho policy of tho
paity ought to be. Tho Bimetallic
League, presided over by Gencril
Warner, and having among its!
loaders Sena1
..VI4JiS
th tho money question as its solo
l-vie. Tliid is a stirring document
and will attract tho attention of
thoughtful people. Tho leaguo disclaims
any right to make a Presidential
candidate, but it suggested
tho Hon. Joseph C. Sibloy, .a
from Ponnsj'lvania in
tho last Cougress and ono of tho
richest and most popular farmors
in that stato, and oxhorts tho
to oxprcss their opinion as to
his candidacy by resolution, petition
and othor means.
In tho midst of this commotion
in America, throe great European
powors havo beon aroused to tho
importance of a consideration of
tho silver question. In Germany
the Roichstag has called upon tho
Emperor, by a two-thirds vote, to
invito an international monetary
conforonco. Tho young Emperor
lias already shown signs of a disposition
to restore silver to its
place as monoy It has beon discovered
that at a grand council, to
bo hold, tho veteran Bismark will
bo officially a mombor by authority
of a law which had long boon overlooked.
In England tho Houso of Commons
has given voice to tho discontent
in that country with tho
gold standard polioy, and a resolution
looking to a reform passed
unanimously, becauso tho Minister
dared not oppose it.
In Franco tho Minister of
has proclaimed himself as
strongly in favor of a return to
bimetallism.
Tho Congress of tho United
States, in viow of tho possibility of
a monetary conforonco,has provided
fbr roprosontation in that body,
taking tho appointment of two-
thirds of such representation out of
tho hands of tho gold President.
Tho oxporionco of tho past has
not been favorablo to international
monotar' conferences. "Wo havo
had three of them, and in each caso
thoy woro invited by tho United
States Govornment and woro instigated
by tho gold trust. Their object
AvnB to confuso tho public mind
and, by appearing to consider tho
silvor question, provont tho consideration
of it by its frionds. Somo
of tho more npprehonsivo minds
among tho silvor lenders aro, therefore,
distrustful of tho conforonco
now proposed. Senator Stowart,
chief among these, warned tho
that tho gold men would endeavor
to pervert tho now
to their own purposes, and
would usq itsoxistanco as an argu.
,, J mont, against, any,,sHvor movement
outside of its " sessions
continuance.
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during
leteasSBS
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its
If tho proposed monotary conference
could bo used to dampen the
ardor of tho bimotallists, and cause
them, to suspend their efforts, under
tho claim that it ought to bo loft
entirely to tho conference, iho
causo might bo seriously retarded,
if not overwhelmed witli disaster;
but if tho advocates of tho free
coinago of both motals will move
on as though nothing had happened,
strenghtcning public opinion
and preparing for tho final
'hatcvor the conforonco may
propose, wo can sco no narm to
como from tho participation by the
Amorican government in tho first
conference ever proposed by tho
friends of bimetallism. It is perfectly
plain to bo seen that tho
monotary conference is being en
couraged by tho gold party in Eu-
ropo and in this country. This is
a sign of weakness of that paity
and should encourago tho friends
of silver ovory where.
Let it bo understood that tho
people of America do not submit
tho question of bimetallism in this
countrj' for tho decision of other
powors, but thoy are glad and willing
to sond representatives to a
conforonco with thopowors for tho
purposo of throwing light upon tho
subject, and in tho hopo of
suading other nations to relievo
thoir peoplo from tho burdens
which tho American people havo
determined to suffer no longer.
"Wo favor tho effort made in bo
half of bimetallism both at homo
and abroad. Let thn silvor mon
in tho Democratic party
Democrats to their views.
Let Republicans in their party demand
emancipation from tho gold
lords.
Lot tho Populists drop everything
but the ono question and push forward
the causo of bimetallism.
Let tho
lBBr1tHollSife. Let
tdentpartV I c mcmctary conference scheme be
The most powerful man in Europe
is not tho Gorman Emporcr,
nor the Russian Emporcr, nor any
of tho crowned heads, but a banker
to whom all crowned heads bow
tho head of tho house of Rothschild.
Not a nation in Europe can
go to war without his consent, nor
consumatc any great public enter
prise without his consent. Ex.
FOUGHT UNDER WATER.
A Mink Drowned Whllo Killing
Husk.
rat In nn Ailironiliclc Pool.
The muddled ttator of a half -frozen
covedemn on the flats told that something
unusual had happened not long
before. Plainer yet was the tale when
a stiffening furred body lose to the surface
of the littlo open space of water.
Under the fringe of nearly frozen ice
a dark spot showed plainly to a woodman's
eye that a fight had occurred in
the water, and a clorer inspection
demonstrated thnf it had been a fight
for food and n fight for life.
A hungry mink had come that way
along a string of coves looking for
something to cat. Tho mice were shy,
and ho could not catch them. Of fish
there were none, but a lone muskrat,
diving for roots and after a minute beneath
the water's surface rising again,
offered a prey at once a fighter and of
goodly taste. A mink likes to kill a
fighter. Ho will go a long way from
brooks, upon hlU and even mountain
tons, looking for one, woodsmen say.
lie tackles martens or weasels, and is
especially fond of a big muskrat.
The n.ink crouched on tho edge of
the ice a moment; then, as tho muskrat
rose, he sprang for his prey. The musk-rat
ouicklv threw up his head and
caught the mink by a paw. Tho mink
got hold of the muskrat's neck, a
only. Thoy rolled and kicked tho
water high in tho air, throwing it ten
feet away into the snow. The mink
could have killed the muskrat had they
been in tho snow or on the ground, but
in the water tho muskrat was too powerful.
At- last they dived, and above
them tho water boiled and grew yellow
with mud.
Underwater tho mink was as badly
off as at the surface. At last the
mink's breath gave out.tnd, letting ro.
ho tried to rise, but tho musjerat vou'd
not release his hold on tho mink's-leg.
So at last tho mir'', after nw
died. But hi hold on the mu k-
rat'b throat, though ft first only a skin
h V. had la'cr bi .a foiocdl v, mJ
t a big v 'n had been .cut. Tjiinh
.liftO .WlMtaMOMMIMiSMfli
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mzj -.n.-?
AWntV,Wnll
r.t 11 tl r. .f , . l,in.1 r.t
pusneu iurwaru. n it proves 10 uo
honest and genuino, as its predecessors
havo not, all tho bettor for
tho causo of bimetallism. If, like
theso predecessors, itprovestoboa
hypocritical pretense, still will tho
causa of silver bo bonofitcd, because
as hypocrisy is said to bo the
tribute which vico pays to virtue,
so is tho pretenso of gold men that
they aro bimctallists a confession
that thoy aro tho enemies of tho
peoplo
Tun question of tho frpe coinago
of silvor is tho causo of tho common
people evorywhero throughout
tho land, and its agitation
should novor cease until silver is
restored to its placo as a
circulating medium with equal favors
with gold. Tho crime of 1873
will nover bo atoned, except by
tho cheering ring of silver, frco and
unfettered aS it was through
eighty years of our proudest history.
&4
Tun gold bugs know that the
frco coinago of silvor will causo a
certain, steady and rapid growth
of ovory Western Stato and Territory,
and that tho "West, therefore,
will becomo strongor year after
year in national affairs. The East
is steadily losing in proportionate
numbers, but that scotion is
to hold its powor
through its accumulations of
wealth. Its motto is, "wealth is
power."
0
Tun silvor not permit
themselves to divide into factions,
brought about by tho machinations
of thoir enemies. The
gold bugs never divide when thoir
selfish interests are endangered,
and tho friends of silvor should
present an unbroken front, unbiased
and unprejudiced by past
party affiliations. In unity there
is strength, and tho silvor army
can win tho fight by harmony and
discipline.
From a letter written a few days
ago ox-Congressman Springer,
oflllinois.it would appear that
Gov. Hughes is in no immediato
danger of removal. Tho lottor ap
pears olsowhero in tho columns of
tho Guardian.
The wretch, Durrant, who recently
murdered two innocent girls
in a San Frunoisco church, should
not bo permitted to escapo from an
oxpiation of his crimo at tho end
of tho halter. It was n most
cannot
bevmefed. outfltoo.promptly.'
ms: ;::-
VIS'.
Ml' Still
pid.rs Wi ul 1 tr'.c J t -y Vool .,. Spi
ders aio of all&isi. inn the dreadful
big terror, of wh' 'i jou here h rd,
the celebrated tar. n r'i, wi.k.h lives
only in hot countries, to the tiny little
spiders tnat can sei.iL.te themselves in
such small spots that the sharpest eyes
have haid v.ork to find them.
Not only do they differ in size but in
habits and in the vmioty and style of
thoir houses and of their method of establishing
their nurseries and bringing
up their children. Somo spiders live in
the air out of doors, some hi the corners
of old building, some in tho ground,
and some on tho water. There does
not seem to be any variety yet found
which inhabits fire, but perhaps some
may bo discovered. Tho giant of tho
spider family, tho groat crab spider,
lives principally in South America.
This specimen is from two and one-half
to throe inches long. Their logs
are at least fivo inches long. Most
spiders live upon flies and very small
insects. But the crab spider is very
bold and pugnacious, and will attack
any creature, not only his own size but
even larger, with the intent to mako a
dinner of his enemy. Small birds, lizards
and other little creatures arc
just the kind of supplies which suit his
taste and supply his larder.
This, gentlemen is what is called a
"night spider" that is, he spends most
of tho day in sleep and takes the night
to gambol about in Eearch for his
meals. At this time, when all little
bird3 are safely (as they think) asleep
in their nests, ho creeps up a tree and
quickly finds out some of these unsuspecting
little creatures. He is very
strong and fierce, and finding his prey
off guard he generally succeeds in killing
it.
STREETCAR POLITENESS. j
Mn Who Aro Standing Will SarMnilcr
KlSlits to n Stat Almost Invariably.
"Have you ever noticed," asked an observing
joung woman, "how much
politer men aro Who aro standing up in
streetcars than men who aro sitting
down?"
I confessed that I had not, says a
New York Herald writer.
"Well, you watch, and you will find
out that I am right. It is comparatively
saldom that I enter a crowded car and
have a man rise to offer me his scat. Jlost
men settle themselves comfortably,
stick thoir noses more deeply into their
newspapers and pretend they don't see
me hanging fast to the strap. But if anyone
should then vacate a seat and a man
was standing by it, the chances arc fifty
to ono that ho would beckon me to
come ovor and take it rather than sit
down himself.
"Now, this isn't imagination. I've
noticed it scores of times. I think men
go on .the principle that 'possession
is nine-tenths of the law,' or rather, I
might say, nine-tenths of politeness.
W hat a man has he keeps, and ho says:
'Hang politeness!' But if ho is already
standing it is just as eaby for hiin to
keep on standing, and in that case politeness
has some show with him.
"I'm not talking nonsense now," she
went on, with a merry laugh. "I'm
talking fact, and if you don't bclievo it
you can easily get proof for yourself."
Clgata or Kroirn Taper.
Paper cigars ai cone of the most recent
forms of adulteration in Germany,
where two manufacturers have been
punished for making them. In one
case only the outside leaf consisted of
tobacco, tho rest of the cigar being composed
of brown paper previously
steeped in tobacco juice and then diicd.
In tho other case- the cigar maker had
actually entered in a contract v. itli a
paper manufacturer to mako for him a
snccial kind of brown paper v. ith
remnants and paper pulp, the
sheets being afterward eiit into btrips
and rolled into the, form of cigars.
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