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Cambridge Jeffersonian, The (Newspaper) - July 20, 1871, Cambridge, OhioThe Jepperson Ian it k. Ohio. Mutt Ripe loin on Oik of Jil of 1 ii Witlin t it j Fiji Alt or t or i it f4 Cambridge jeffersonian vol. 40. Cambridge Ohio thursday july 20, 1871. No. 10. In . I Smau fruits Flowers Etc. A tout a Iwami Ahtha. Tin Pinili be i i to Dill i Iii Esteil id i Wlllie Lionil Lor it attorney no , Allyl i lu.-. Mlle. Will in ii Mem Iii in Inu. Small fruits Orna mental Stock Etc., 9j no Ami Lilii. Full Nilli in i. Or lilt i Yent .1 Lii a of i of the cell Luat cil q.? nurseries i itt . I the i o Fum-1 1. We Foj Attim lit i Milim Oliie. V ill i Treiul tin Miri Oll i ilex a e it till i Lull is i l f hex ill Flint lev. I Liee u pm ii 1 ill Nelll Olaul Liee i i mum h Nimee Iii. I., i Hilo. Capital Stock i t i a i won a i next. I. I. V. I , a. , Tii is. Rhian , ii. W i e Yuk lit . . Oil Kus i . Ii Inu. I a i i i f t to. 4.ot 4 i ii tit i i i i. M i 11 u 11 Piti m i i i it i t i nil Mil. A i 111. I. 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No. 11 Millie my l to l ill to. Milr Seo Leli i i in lie n my Elron i Lui to Oiler. Voticke to . Loi in if u. J i on m will lie Liell in am Piu. I i inv i in a i k ill. I. I la. I i i in l in ,.ile, on i in i i i n i ii i lit Low i la 1 -. . ill. I Olill Loi i kill in Lull ill i l in Elili my pm i i. Ill Iii 11 Llull of ii 111 Lief la. I i eke i Loi l i Iii i l 01 Loli. Iii i i i ill nil i i la l us Imu us i i Iii i. I a i lie. L., l t Iii my Liete i. i Loil l i i loom. Ill i i i i i the be i pm 11 be ton a i e i i us anti top v. Ili in Lor , i ii loot la. I. A i. 11 a i i ii nil i Iii i i i .1, i 01 a. Iii 01 , i. I. Lie. M. I Limuti Ullio. I. Trials Tinl of a United Olli Cial. The vex Tuioi a acini Izanec s and purple lilies thu Ollie of Eoli Norv Postie Wistor Are re inst Sutler Inu to Rehill a gift n few. I Inive tried some very Lillie till things bul thai of newspaper Pii Stuie stands pre j til the list of . There i i certain divine who Petroi fixes our Olliee who Lilly my Eye. The Poh tajik lie never bus to Wojiski d for his in stage bul squarely nine tit the Lime. In my opinion he is not in from the kingdom of heaven. Would that his followers and Iho rest of Mankind Ini late his most excellent a Xii j pie. The country pos Lousler has no Quill hour tilsit he Etui in 11 his own unless in be Siller and then j he is not til o. Lie is enl led up no Ter he has retired til night to i i if there is a Lellure for a Man who did not. Have Lime to conic in Daylight. Lie is met on Tho Road to Church and asked to Leuvoy his will and children and Jjo to the of free or he very Little a Good of the Serif Ion. Tit ii then1 is u Eer i i Hiss of men who Uziuk you to sell them to three eeii1 j stumps for live cents. Class never buy anything of the 1 Ost Niti Sli a but we also live a i exp business men who never buy but one stamp at to time. Is o mat j Ter what you Are lining you must wait on them int tinker. When they Loiue to Luty their Ean l buy a Quarter s Worth at i Lime. Hid interest on the Money would be something lost. Another class of men expects Yuti to Liek i vim y of stamp they buy. At times you Are very Busy writing a Man monies in and Calls for a stamp you get up and Irma it to him he does not offer to pay you in but proceeds very deliberately logo Down to the Bottom of his pocket for is letter wrapped up in about a of paper unrolls it slowly von in Hie meantime on Nettles to Uei to willing takes Tho stamp licks in so thoroughly that in lakes every p lit clo of mucilage Oil then this stump you put on mucilage Lor him to it on hits in five or six times and hands in to you to put in the Box Liu then goes Down for his Book unties a Hunt 1111 a ups four Yards and a halt or twine takes out a live Dollar Bill and hands you saying that is the lie has. It seems to me that a Man under these1 Circum stances if his morality is not of the ugliest tune will be almost obliged of Usi a Little profane language. Nothing but the strictest Early moral training by a pious Mother Les ended from i be i Lle rim Stock restrains to. Our office is sonic jines thronged at mail time. A Nailer of fact Man plants himself it the window about it soils behind him waiting for asks you if there is a letter or Joe Brown. You inform him Here is none he then Calls for the Ivole Brown family. Failing to Jet a letter he then relates to you hat he was expecting one from i Ephraim Jones who lived just in the Edge of j Osey county ind. Hat he married Jones sister in the i All of that they have five boys sind two girls hat the youngest Only weighed 10 Kiwi ids quid 1-1 Sun pcs it was Flint some of Epli Raim s folks were sick the last Zetlor they got Mil he and the old woman were Selling anxious to hear from them. All at once a new idea strike him lie wants to know if there is any package for him he has been look ing for something of the kind for .1 Long time did not know whether it would Como by mail or sex h ass. Which would by Tho Cliea of course you must answer him if his children have had the measles and whooping cough and whether mrs. Ision s health is if Luiere is any Prospect for another baby or he might sign u petition for your removal. Lie tit last brings his remarks to a close you to Back a letter to in Diana j Osey county pc Phiniz Jones and you get rid of him. This time the persons behind him Are getting pretty tired or have received their mail Over his head and gone. Odour i must dose for it is time to make up the mail. The Orange _ the i _ tin troops Llroy Oti in Uiol _ s Jill pitl Virti cd third sum Dikiy. To ill Lutui Iliin. Matiy. . U i of moral Elui Rieli i slime l by men will in in nil . will i tit Iii if promptly , a. No applicant will lie Neri Willt l to loin the Lenox n her it pro John i it. M. Kit am k. Of exam in. C h. Jefferson kill Cly Milchl Klill Sci i Lilic. Inch Lour i yearly cup Cosci to Itil Dent Siil of Kin ill Ollieu Tion us drug Primi Kkt i1avs, forsake. Of t at lakh of sri in _ 11 i tin. roil in inn. I Lanei. Ill inn Liei i of Cpl Mellil mule Ouk Ulii Tell Laljer Wilder 111 re i i la lil. Zelii of enl Lilii ledges pail of this pm a. I Pon t lie tin 111 ure a Sooil none Lillie Xiv Tell six Rololl i in Lull Ellair Ali Kiuly next Hame Lunik Liani i get loom us Lenie Llull for jail Liemiul ii Sooil of Eli Una of four it cd Iii e in not mostly will Ife Arlick. This Liurni Inonu of the Lii no Piliu Eslyn of Vernsey eos Only. Not in Here lint can in ii. It is All Roll Lnu Latsil inn easy to Velill Iville Noti up if linux or Xvi Liet i lie o the soil is us Sooil Asun in i of icily Alul Isle i Lii Oiler. This is really Une of tin very tar Iii Iti the Coti Tyi of xx-liu1 Liny Bartni i run in1 con Iti Reil Liy in exit nil nation. It is Only one Nille trom to dial i mail Anim. 11, uni Unmil Anil Olu Anil u i ill i i ii i a refill n r Mil i my lion i Oil Trio Onail Elvin Clies Toini Iii ent. U a Nili will i Niile to suit n Ujj Sooil Pur t-ll.-isel-. A or fill tiler Hinni Matioli no Lily to i. K. My l i Man Kun. . lilo. An ohm tidy read tin item in one of Flo papers the other Day de scribing How n Grindstone burst in a stud factory and killed four men. Slip just happened to remember that there was a Small Grindstone Down in her cellar leaning up against the Wall. So she went out and got i Accident insurance policy and then summoning inc hired girl and holding the pie Board in i front of her so that if the thing exploded her face would not be injured she Hail the Stone out in the Alley where Twenty four buckets of water wore thrown on it and n stick struck in the holes bearing a placard marked dangerous so clays it s a mercy the whole House was not blown to pieces by the thing before this. Illinois hns newspapers called Hawk s Eye Turkey Wing Anil owl s Call. New Youk july 12, 1js71. From an Early hour Thia morning crowds of rough looking men were seen wandering through and visiting in succession Large establishments where Grout numbers of my j were working. They persuaded them to leave their work and join with them until As the morning wore on they became in excited crowd. All were More or less armed. Some had lire which they look no pains to hide and others with huge knives into their Bells or a Mur Davous looking club i ver their Shnur jars. Thiart was a wicked spirit of Wietor Mina Tion on their countenances and but very few of them were at All under the of liquor it a is Evidon to All who this crowd thai they were terribly in Earnest and thai if not overawed by the of the oily they would ii Miil some deed of Vio Lence before the Day was ended. So this crowd pressed on constantly increasing in numbers or rather angry Luries joining their Raki toward the Corner of Twenty ninth slice and eighth Avenue where the Headquarters of the Orui Ziemen Are situated. It had been doubled All through the morn ing whether the Parade would Lake place in the at All and there were Many rumours that the Orange men would go Over to Jersey City i id join their Brethren there but1 at about eleven o clock there came u dispatch to the Eli eel Bluit the orangemen of that City thought in j would be More advisable for each body to Parade in its own City and so at one o clock this afternoon tin order was issued from police head quarters that the Parade would take place. The arrangements of the police had been made on the most extensive scale and besides the entire Force of the City there were Many special policemen sworn in and besides All these there Wen eleven regiments of the National Luard under arms including the shiite a ill from Uio Oklyn. Alien minutes past two o clock the pro cession began its match no incr ing about one Hundred and thirty orangemen and guarded by the police and military. Under Tho Biol Long Sun tue Havon cts Ghisu i cd j w As they went and As the sound of the Drums bottling offensive military marches came up the kill ill ave nue the crowd Althe Corner hooted Ami groaned an accompaniment and it was evident from the waver ing of the rearmost ranks that mis Siles were dropping among them from twehous Topsor the sidewalks. On a sudden from the North Corner of eighth Avenue Anil Twenty eighth Street came a pull of smoke and a report. It lacked Twenty minutes of three when the scattered hooting Rose to an immense Roar and Tho crowd closed in angrily in the Wake of the pro cession. This gave me a Chance to drive into the Avenue. A pillar of gilded dust shot through with Points of steel marked the route of the procession and led of the raging crowd from Twenty eighth Twenty seventh and Twenty sixth streets As the passage of the silent column made room for Tho human Lloil which surged in behind it. It is a Region of tenement houses and Bare armed women filled the win Dows As were not shut and barred. The crowd kept gathering in t a rear and pressing the columns clo ser when a Sheet of while smoke made itself seen through the debt and a Sharp crack like that of a pack of chinese crackers came from under it. It was a full Vollov of musketry fired by the ninth and eighty fourth regiments. Then a panic seized the crowd they rom through the streets t Ley had come in at and up the Avenue far beyond Street until not a Man of those who had been tit re could be seen. When it was Safe to pick them up then i Light ii de friends came cautiously Back and Laid them under the cios strolls of the fierce Sun which beat Down upon the Avenue. U .Ile the procession wa1 March ing on through Twenty third Street it was received with cheers from the Brown Stone houses. The scenes on the eighth Avenue were terrible. The firing thai had taken place was most appalling. The dead and dying were lying in groups on the ground and the sidewalks Between Twenty fifth and Twenty sixth streets were covered with blood. The dead soldiers could nut even to removed their comrades being required to March on As Leseur to the orangemen who upon reaching Broadway near Grace Church were once More attacked by the crowd but a terrific charge of the police resulting in numerous arrests and any number of broken Heads soon cleared thu route for them to March on to the Cooper Institute where j the sixt i ice Gimont formed into a hollow Square and permitted Iho Oliai Gemen to go to their Lodge j rooms and take off their regal h and disappear. By this time the news of the Battle on eighth ave nue was known All Over the City created the most appalling excitement. A crowd of men rushed j to and from the police Headquarters and that Aeolion of the City was Aoi Iii declared in a shite of siege the police and military both being massed around the Gover nor s Heads completely lilting Hinl part of the City from Llic i other is reels troops were then Seul Back to the scene of the con j Ilick Sun guarded All the approaches to the Avenue. At Lime the two dead of the ninth legit Neil had been taken into a Ding store and guard of by u Cor poral mid Lour men. The rioters on ascertaining that the dead sol Diers Weie the drug store but the Izard stood their ground and would have been Over powered bul fur be timely arrival of 200 policemen who beat the crowd Buck that had sworn to tear in pieces the dead bodies of the soldiers. Continued Chi res Sid to be made up and Down the tic nut to drive the crowd Home Anil in Sis Only titter repeated assaults i in the i Olls retreated Sld Deli ant. Among the killed Are Henry c Page Hie manager of the grand opera House a private of the ninth regiment who a vow shot in Hie forehead Herge jul Salt also of Llie ninth colonel Kisk was wounded in the Fol Moulder mid had his ankle broken by n blow from n club. In the Twenty Sec Ond Liegi Mcnol capt Iii Douglass was wounded did Liis brother was blabbed in the neck lie sides these several Oiler members of the Twenty second regiment were some seriously and others fatally wounded. One policeman was killed outright and any number of them Xvi undo. Lip to this hour the Olti Cial Lisl of killed and wounded foots up sol Diers killed a Rio lers killed Dpi wounded 70 among those shot was a woman with a child in her arms. She just living a revolver the troops when she was Shol Down by a Mem Ber of the Twenty second regi ment. Only one ease of cowardice occurred among the police. Out of Patrick o Gruly refused to take part in the attack on hibernian in ii Early in the morning und told his Captain thai he would not Ligula Gaiin his countrymen whereupon the with Liu club felled him to the ground then sent him i Pris Oner to the is where the superintendent Tore his billions off Liis coat and locked him up in n cell. The 0 ran . True account of their origin and Uil Teniers. I Fini the Yolk to ibuni1 if monday the orangemen s organization dates from 1795 but for More than a Hundred years before that they had actively the British government in Ireland Willi the View of the 1 rot staut Ascendancy. Thy derived their name from William of Orange whose portrait they placed upon their banners. In the Irish rebel lion of they served the British government against their roman Catholic countrymen with All the Fervour of religions Cal. They were bound together by secret organization with signs and passwords and branches of the society established in eng land and ultimately in Canada and the United states. Their raiding songs were numerous and extremely offensive to the roman catholics Arlo were sore from Detent. Crappies lie from which the stanza is quoted u la , 1.11 Down. , anti i holy Ciller Horn in if 1 he i Ai holies sex Ery one ii i la i Llella a Sulliger a my make i hem lie under the i Hays vill Curry tin nun. Chorus he in oxen Well Uiki nil the or Opp Liei Loxen. Titis is the air which the roman catholics insist must not be played next the Irish peas ants had their hair Cut Short during Iho rebellion hence the name Tho Oliai Gemen com memorable by their Parade the Bat lie of aug irim in which the catholics stifle red disastrous defeat on the 12th of july the by Itolo of the i Oyne in which the roman catholics were Ulso Defeated was fought on the oth of july proceeding. The English parliament Many years Figo in order to prevent if possible the frequent bloodshed incident to such demonstrations prohibited the Orange men by Law from holding their parades on Tho anniversary of the big lilo of Inghrim. They were so tenacious upon the Point however thai tiny often violated this Law though their leaders were arrested and punished and they seem determined to renew Here Llic ancient Observance. Jon Tiivi on is in by car. There was a funny episode in the car that helped to arouse us at Montana a Young Man and lady came on Board the sleeping car and the former said hero or. Conductor i want Olio of 3011 Best bunks for this 3 Oung woman and one for myself individually. One will do for us when we Loho bin us he a playful All Euti Outtie poke at. Mariar with his Elbow to which she replied now John for you see we Are going to to married it Mariar s uncles when we got there. Might is got married at Montana bul we took a notion to wait till we Gol to the Bluffs being As Maziar s Uncle s a minister and they charge such a Goli Rcd Price for hitching folks in Montana Maziar was assigned one of the Best bunks and John was Given Ono not far away. After a Lime Tho inmates of the cur were All Stowell away in their berths to go through the of a Wel tearing freezing. During the stoppage of Llic train at one of the stations die voice of John was heard raised in pleading that the train had slopped Anil tones which the noise thai rattling wheels had i crowned while the cams were in motion could be distinctly heard by All when they had slopped. Now Mari von might give a fellow just Ono kiss John you .Il or i la git right out Here and Hoof i i Hick to Mon Tana in the snowstorm Only one Kos Marine and i in go Hope to die of i Don John just at ibis interest lug moment a Gray head protruded from a berth at the other end of the car and an old Man cried out so that All could hear ".Mariar, for god s John Ono kiss so we can go to sleep some time to la is needless to remark that a peal of laughter rang Nihro Ghoul Llic cover of which John slunk Back to the solitary seclusion of his hunk leaving Mariar to the in disturbed posses Sion of her marriage License which she in Capri led to permit no to John until accompanied by the proper Auto relies. And Mariar was right. The Jepp eknonian no Han is a Man until he is tried will he has passed through the or Deal through deep water and scorching fires. A Man surrounded with comforts friends and relations food and raiment whose bams Are filled with plenty and whose presses gush out with new wines who eats Liis will Sils and reads Doles about lakes his ease inn pleasure smoking his pipe and Euwing his cud is to n Man i a from it. A Man is not a Man unlit he is passed Iho the bitter cup and risen above life s conflicts my unwed the Billows of the Wavu. Keen Sis his subjoined is Llie us glance of an amusing colloquy that look place j in Springfield. Alums recently tween Rev. It. Ide of Chicago and a Barber into a Liose shop he had gone for the purpose of being shaved. Afler opera Lions Llie Knight of the aug his customer to to a clergy Man and to show How Little he cared for sacred things said to him i d like to live in Chicago for they make Iii Kim Tisl spend it fast live and die answered the doctor that reminds me of a description which 111 Bible gives of men whose habits were similar madness is in their heart while they live and alter that they go to the dead " dead a inquired the Barber what does that mean the doctor replied that he strongly suspected it meant in that place hell or at the next door to it. Hell exclaimed the Brush Pusher greatly excited a old leap ing into the Middle of the room. Hell do you believe that any body who jives in Chicago Ever goes to hell f his customer responded tint he feared a great Many had gone and that a great Many More who were living like the individual before him were on the Way there. At Titis the agitation of the bar Ber reached its clip mix. And throw ing himself into a face of awful solemn in. To cried out it s utterly impossible no Man can go to hell Fiou chicag it would violate the plainest principles of common Justice. Iii l Send a Man twice to the same place for the same offence Alt kinds of neatly am promptly and to mod a o Call ii Lmh spa Famh los. Of Ono in ii or ivs Ono week Ivan re additional 5o Carfin in ii. Your 6 of Kiir it column Alver Tiff Iyih it i ii t h Ratt Tiik capital deserted. Tho the t and Cabinet Cam a word hip Jun Len the following Gem from one of Wendell Phillips speeches should 1.0.1.j i. by a Mother on the Green Hills of Vermont was holding by Uit right hand a son sixteen years old. Mad with Tho love of the sea. And As she stood by the Garden Gale one morning she Edward Tuey Tell i never saw the a great temptation of a Seaman s life is drink. Promise me before you quit your Mother s hand that Yon will never said lie for to told the Story i gave the Promise and i wont the Globe Over to Calcutta and the Medit Teranen san Francisco and the Cape of Good Hope the North Tole and South i saw them All in forty years and i never saw a Glass filled with sparkling liquor that my Mother s form by the Gate did not Rise up before me and to Day i innocent of the taste of liquor was not that Sweet evidence of the Power of a single word yet that is not half said he yesterday there came into my counting room a Man of forty years do you know to f1 said he i was brought drunk in your presence on ship Board you wore i passenger they kicked to aside you took to to your berth and kept to there till i had slept the intoxication you then asked to if i had a Mother i said i had never Hoard a word from her lips you told me of yours and the Garden Gate and to Day i am master of Ono of the finest ships in new York and i came to ask you to come and see How far the Little Kenndle throws its beam. The Mother s words on the Groon Hills of Vermont god to thanked for the mighty Power of a single word a Tom Hii there is one touching incident of the late William Wirt. In his younger Days to was the to hint passion intoxicating drinks which seers peculiarly the Bonc of his profession. All Rianneil to a Beautiful accomplished Young lady lie had made and broken repeated pledges of amendment and she. After patiently and kindly in Ili iring his disgraceful Hain to had it last dismissed him deeming i in incorrigible. The a Cal meeting Afler his in a Public Street of the City of William Wirt Lay do til and asleep. On the sidewalk on a hot is Immi Day the rays of the Sun pouring Down on his uncover d Hiril the Vilics crawling Over his swollen features. As Tho Yonng lady approached in her walk her alien lion was attracted by the spectacle is Range to her but Las so common to others of the Vic Tim As to attract Little remark. She did not at first recognize the Sleeper and was about to hasten on when she was led by one of those impulses that form the turning Points in human lives to scrutinize his features. What was her Emo Tion when she recognized in him her discarded Lover she Drew Forth her handkerchief and care Luly spread it Over his face and hurried Way. When Wirt came to lie noticed that in one Corner of the handkerchief were the initials of the beloved name. With i heart almost Brooking with remorse and grief he made a now vow of reformation. He kept that vow and lie married the owner of that handkerchief. Well might he pre serve the handkerchief Asho All his life guarding it with jealous care. Iii cd this is a Slang phrase but How significant hero is a Young Man who was once the Pride of his Mother and the Hope of his father now a played out profligate. Hero is a politician who was once respectable Anil respected now a corrupt besotted played out Vagabond. Her is a poet artist and musician one who once stood at Tho head of a Inge Circle and was popular with All who know him he became vane of his gifts and acquirement and ventured on a course of irregular life which soon led to dissipation and finally to his present condition played out genious. There Are Many Plaj Eil out boys. They were All started in iif3, having Woll formed bodies and brains and inheriting conditions favourable to make them men. But by bad habits i hey have ruin if themselves and Tiro now burned Buscc up dilapidated 1 played Donn Piatt describes the Radi Cal loader in Congress admirably lie says to steals with a Grace he defraud with a Blessing. Rising in his seat he says in the name of god let us Rob the voice. One of the most unerring indications of Breeding and character is the voice. It is most Tho Lisl tiling which so Ricks us in a new no Quitin Tancic. There Are Frank voices whose chevre ring we can j never doubt there Are harsh voices of whose owners let is i beware How we need or As c mercy arc tender voices which Charm your hearts arc cold unsympathetic whose possessors you could never Tell your secrets. Trio owners of some hard voices try earnestly to make them caressing and , but somehow the natural Quality always strikes some jangle or i Cord. To amount of culture can so Lio roughly disguise that the first impulse or the first Accident shall nol reveal it and yet in no Way is cd uric or the want of it so quickly indicated As by the voice. Ilow old colloquialism betray the human origin of Many a great Man. Lie is not the less Noble for having been born in the humblest of Homes but the fad he would perhaps be weak enough to conceal is Icv caled in the turn of pronunciation the simple old fashioned phrases which have gone Down or rather up through life will him. Certain voices sooth us no Mailer what is the subject of conversation and others grate on our nerves and set our Teeth on Edge even while they Call us put names. A Good voice is Cue of the Best gifts for a physician and its cheery tones help on the patient More than a dozen doses of Medicine. A lady named trimby who died i i Chicago last week was sent to Rochester for interment. Bit be lure she was interred while the authorities were awaiting some technicality she came to life burst Ibe lid of the coffin and telegraphed to Chicago that she would be Back on the next train. The is now Caf ried by a few Heads of bureaus and such clocks As yet remain in Washington. Never before in out whole history has the Public Busi Ness been so culpable so wilfully subordinated to private convenience Nul pleasure at the expense of Iho people is under this administration. General Grant inaugurated a practice of Absentee is. A the Baleful cell it of which has been foil through very Branch of the civil service and utterly de Morali cd the Little remaining of duty which laxity in Oiler respects Hail loft. As a necessary Congo in enc of this want of Sec live and personal care for Public and private interests corruption and robbery prevail to a must alarming extent. The rights of citizens and claimants Are Titi ice ignored or Eifried by Down Rishi Van Lily while great National affairs invoking untold millions of expenditure Ari resigned to tha hands of subordinates who under the influence of bad example and Loose administration. Exercise Power for which they Are entirely unfilled. There is now one member of 1 dec Ibi Nei at the capital and he returned recently lion a protracted suit to Georgi i. The l in Sidcot the of january has de voted in Miry one halt the time which belongs to the Public to his private Ronnei in Jour Neys to Dille enl i tits of the coun try. And Al has deducted a com from i i Dulari. And All Oil Urs have adopted same Rule. The following gives the names of the principal absentees at Elliis time Villi tin in pay Pimm sent , absent continuously since Tho 1st of june salary too pit annul. Hamilton Fisli Secretary of state salary 8smx per Amin. George s. Secretary of the Tica sury salary per annul. Columb is de Ino. Secretary of the Interior absent More than half his Lime since his appointment hairy per annul. w. Jux Antip Secretary of War. Salary or annul. George k. on. Secretary of the air. Y. Sal by a sumo be r annul j. A. J. Postmaster general salary ssi to per annul. F. E spinner teas uror of the United suites Riih Large staff now in Europe. Alary per annul. W. A. Richardson assistant Secretary of the Treasury with staff of clerks now in Europe salary Satoo per annul. F. A. Walker superintendent of census now in Europe salary per annul. These simple facts speak More strongly than any comment could do and they contain the Best commentary on the Liam of civil ser vice Reform which is now paraded hero by a commission when the president and the Heads of departments Are wandering about in search of amusement. A till that worked like a Charm. A Good old Laily of our City who is rather feeble and Short sighted was the perpetrator of a Good prac tical joke upon herself. She la i procured a Box of pills and de posited it alongside of another Box of the Eiju Al size and appearance containing some Choice Bead 3. Slat Ting on a visit to some friends in Ohio for her health she seized the supposed Box of pills and on the ears faithfully took them according to the , and expressed herself As. Materially bettered by their use. Arrived her destination in Good spirits she found a Little grand child d immediately brought out her magic p had her so much and Cou d not fail to help Llic Little one. The child took the two remaining and holding it up. Exclaimed Why Pill has a Hole in an examination of the others was was 8 it Back to the daughter Here an answer was re turned that the bos of pills was Stilt Safe on the Bureau. The Good old la by had taken a Box of beads and imagined herself cured. Many a parallel Case has been reported in the idiosyncratic a of medical demo crat. Physical physical is one of the most destructive vices of the ago. It causes weak flabby Sposky bodies which Are always getting out of sorts and Are so weak that a Strong mind is completely thrown away upon one. In fact a Strong mind in a weak body is like a Superior knife Blade in a weak and miserable handle. Its Workman ship May be Ever so finished ill temper Ever so True Ever so keen but for want of Means to Wield it properly it will not rot to much purpose. who intend to carve out Fame Ami Fortune with their Sharp should think of this simile and see to it thai their handles whereby they Are to manage that won Duffel weapon the human mind kept in a sound jointed firmly rims cd perfectly Cleaus etl condition. Iewspap.e.r1 newspaper

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