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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 20, 1870, Canton, OhioC0 an. In inv tale volume 36. Canton Stark county Ohio april 20, 1870. Number 45. Business directory a. J. Geiger druggist East Tiik Umu Street. Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. L. Pm Lurk East Tucan revae Street aprils to of bark county Democrat a. Of Toresor a son publisher and Plain and Anoy Job printers. Empire Block Canton Ohio. 111ram Thurston. D Blank boo manufacturer. All Nglai from abroad promptly attended to. A lieu or y to Lla Eter s Block no stairs. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea i furniture dealer and a Hjertaker East Tuz a no Rawate Street. Canton Ohio. I Prince it Haas. Undertaker metallic and ail Kinda of coffins Al ways on band. Two Uear eee Iwaya in Readi ill in t Rill tue arawak Street Canton Ohio. Edwin Smith Gaetos Ragaar particular attention Iven to to Pylos Aad Eulaia air Ptel Uree. Oral Frame and a Iruine Eoa Eranuy on hand. Rooms in a Trews a Block. South Market Street. Canton Ohio. Junel Sasto j. Ii. Siddall Ilen ust oboe in Harter e Bank Block. Canton i up Slaler. All operation in mechanical dentistry performed la tha Lathat and Moat approved Niener a wowed rail swipe red sea earm to Hia full inc. In which in lha words of the Lata a. Warda la excelled by few and equalled by none. A. J. Douds Lurka Dee Tut office up Taira. In residence on Market Street West aide Thra door North of pubic Tuare Toloa Ohio. All Opar Tiona Eon useted a a tie prefer Eiroa promptly Ai tended to. Decl. Geo. Halter a Bankers East Tua Caraway Street. Canton. Ohio Laeo Eive deposits. Loan Money buy told a Bonda and compound la Tercel note fee a tit and Eold. J. A. Comerford. Attorney at lao tramp s bail dial Canton Ohio up Taira. T Rona and Herman spoken. Sepals. S.4es. Meyer attorney at Law Canton Ohio. Off Ca in Urana Anill or a new building near Dubue Bare or Tail James harsh Thorne at Law Manet lion lilo. Office in o barah a Block up Eta ire prompt attention Giren to ail Buai Oeana let Rustad to Bacare. Jyl Tiute c. L. Vallandigham co Anzellor at Law. Dayton. Ohio. Will practice in the several state and Federal court. Ortico. A r thira , Era stairway Kaat of the Ohio Laaura Aca company. Marl. 7yl an. W. Nat. Ago. A. Uura. Raff 4 Baldwin. Attorney a Law Carton " okie. Orc in the ale Block up Taira. Jana turf i. Hinca. Boar Fox Bierce & Thompson at at Law. Akron Ohio. J not we. Mckinley. At Lorneva a Law office to Eagle Block. Oer Nav tonal Bank. Canton Ohio. June s7 . Mcgregor attorney at Law and general come Tina a neat Canhao Jasper Canty Mia our Harvey Laughlin. Iii at Law. Notary Public Alliance Ohio. Jct of Schifer & Lynch. at Law Moa la opera Hosea Block Catalaa Oslo. J. W. Mccord attorney a. Law and general collection a Enyx Alliance Ohio. Brain eat entrusted to Hia Cara will Recalde Roo it Al Teuton. 3m1if Joseph Crevoisie. Or. Notary Public office Northeast Corner of Public Square Cantow. Ohio. Be with attend to drawing Juda. Powar of Adorney a ind Dit lot the a Aleo Peak tia Oerman and Euch Lang Uaea he win air procure no foe to so to Kui Jyh j. Q. Willi Ard 8urveyor-up e a tie county recorder Amz in the w Kildal baud my. Where he can Bemm i when in the City if wok any can be Relt with Jacob Kap Ungor laq., fou a recorder who Wutti give Doe notice torn. The Law author Aee the coup in Stu Reyor to take h acknowledgement of any write and acknowledge Ament Mort Grea at fair Price and upon tie Ai Orwat notice. Canton january la leu. Otto w int Erh alter. Irae Hajj watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in7rt h Indra and. Bile exware re " t a. Am Eizert no Kagle Deuble a Beother an 1 i . Cleek jewelry sea aware Achaa aide hear Ranj Dwain j. A. Pleyer u America and r Aney Twood. To o. Ohio. Repairing Alae oth a Ana a. C. Bartett. 11. and 9u raw a and Walnut w later belter bar for Ohio. W. A Thompson dealer in real new Tate. Dwelling houses foe Aale. Rent or Exchange for Eitra or fiuman property. Fell Din lots of every to River. Price and location for 8 a monthly payment received and four year liven. Otyce in Hane a Block Eam aah Smia treet of Taira. H. S. Eblde2ts, Ken estate and collection Agency Corner fifth and Poplar at Raeta. Anion Ohio rare and her Kinda of Mineral property Niet io4aae or Purchase. Janis to Exchange hotel Aree a Hauer. At old depot Uneeta pro Perry cared Cut. And Hula moderate. Meylik if Jackson hotel louts Ohlincer proprietor North Market at reel Alliance House. By Daniel Burbeck it the station Alliance Ohio. Mean Vernaya la ree Dianae on arrival of st Cloud hotel c d. Ely proprietor Public Square Canton Ohio. July. H. Falke. Lealev la atoll winery sad fancy Good no s opera Loans to Toca. In end cum. Ujj l. A. Clewell teacher of piano Oman and biasing Eteve d orders at Kirk s Muaia blare it Narat nine. Yext. Union livery to Renvoi in s lot stat Canton Ohio Earnst Midaugh proprietors to Tok the Surat bin in the City is beit Taa ave and Good Hora a. Conveyance Wuner i Vui wive. C3tary Public. Josiv 11abexz, notary Public and insurance agent. Canton. Ohio. At the Ark Cobty trea Borer a office office to drawing deeds Mort aces of Liu Nevi Dhaka contracts for Nea axe to front Europe t the lowest rate a. He is anal a the German fire insurance f Clev d. Sad other Roa Penalise fire and Lara Raass a Nantes. Mar w c. A. M. 4. O. U. A. H meet in to Oak la Leone. E. Men Art. E. Jet inf coyly a Cauchy s new York Asenct. Great medical discovery or. Walker s California vinegar bitters. Mar than 50,000 a Truon h Bear Leatis Xouy to their wonder s ? e i fill curative Ette to. 3 ? what Are they5? cd. A 111 a if a Silveus i i 5if they Are not. A vile made of poor rum. Whisky. Proof spirit and Keri ice liquor doctored spiced and Sweet end Reat Orera i that Lead Theta Pieron to drunk Ennen and Ruiu. Out Are a True Medicine maa Efrom the native Koota and Dierbe or Cali Ornta free from at alcoholic tim float. They Are the great pm Kisier and like Tilvina , a perfect renovator and invite Retro or the a system carrying on All Poi Noua , and re Torine the blood to a healthy condition. No Paraon can take to Liege but Tara according to it Recitina. And remain lung . Will be riven for an incurable Casa provi ded the Bonea Are not deat roved by Mineral Ooi Aona or other Meana and the vital organa wasted beyond the Point of repair. To and chronic Khemma Tiftz. And gout Iliyn Pepeian or India creation Billioux re mittens and intermittent fever. Linear of the blood. Liver. Kidney and bladder theae bitter have been Moat auce earful. Much ii Leaea Are caused by Tui ated blood which a generally produced by Denu Kement of the six native Orieana. Cia Anae the vitiated blood whenever you find Ita Imp Ratiee bursting through the Akin in Pirn Xhu Tiona or Fuiorea Cleamae it when you and t Oba trusted and Elu Guh in the vein Cie Anaa it when it la foul and your feeling will Tell you when. Keep the blood pure esd the health of the follow. Pin talk. And other Worms lurking in the Ayatey of to Many Thott Zmuida Are effect daily deaf Royed Aud removed. In bilious remitted tend intermittent fever theae Bittera have no equal. For full directions read carefully the circular around each bottle punted in four Laug Agea in Girth German French and Spanish. J. Walker proprietor. Is Cinnie rce ton. Y. K. H. Mcdonald a co., Driggi and Reneri agent san Francisco and Sacramento California and 3 a 34 Cou Merce t Kwh York. A Hoal a All Tva Galata and dealers Martins to for family use eiap7c a cup. Rem cd Kvit Iti Arvata. A fonts want co. Cir Cular and Sample Ato eking free. Addrena h1ncklky kit Ting Machin co rna Nins Tut weat 4th by Cincinnati Ohio. Plantation bitters. A t.-18 c0-x. V. Ili la Wea Derril we Euarl to tort let la the abet Macb or of the r1l and Dcell waited. A Ata atle said cordial Tor tie am Edgar Iasi and it ban Bio be Jamal Tju Eaic Tomt Mclalin a at Reaa Edy Tor the car Rama Wra new to thick Rob near Are Yapec tally , la every oth or Balaam last. La All Ellaa Atuaia tre Pica Teaa Aernt or frigid. It Acta a a spec Lac la every Ellnor. Derek Lack aade Mlac lab oddly atre Aali Aad Breauna Dew a Tae a Laeal nil Rutx. I Aale by All drawn Clarav. Massais will in tits an Wail. I the magic comb lips in uti.3 e a not Kkt Siehs of Crisli v j. H. Beadle editor of the bait Lake reporter. Beltraw tront aft Heib my t re Tah. With a full and authentic history of Pel Raay and the mormon act from Ita origin to uie pres ent old and inferior Enrka on mor us i Luil new Are Beau Rio Taat each Fco Oit Root Aida Hue feu Onavea. Autunm wanted. Send for Clr Cultra and aae our term and a Fiill Drac Rhaina Eaither work Addrena National Yvo hum i n1 co., can Canna Ohio clip Jiejin 11 Orat. Lows to. Apniw4 Rrt Nia is no Humbug in. By Aea Dinn 3s cents aae net inv Dowret Eye Ami air you win Relve he return mail a Correct picture of Vou future Hua Liand or wife with name Aud Date of marriage. Addrena w. Vox p. O. Drawer no. T. Kuli Onville n. I. Part let spec tax a Otreo. The great cause or human misery. Juat Hubli ahead in a sealed envelope. Price t Eta. A lecture on the nature. Treatment and Radical cure of seminal weak near. Or 8 per Matocha Ain Dulced by , involuntary Emia Aiona impotency nervous duh Lity and Lim ii Manta to Marr Uve in orally consumption Eui Lepeley and fit mental an. L Incura by Kobett m. Culver Well m. I author of the Tureen Book a. The d author in Lila admirable i lecture clearly prove Trum i own exp Nence i that tie awful May be r effectually removed without medic due. And w Ith j out Daub Seroua Eurica operations Boumiea in Strum Date Rinere or Cornue poin Fitejr out a Mode of cure at Oev certain and effectual by which every Butler or. No matter what Hia condition May be May care Nim ii cheap in. Arivat Anu Radi rally. This lecture will prove Abc to Tho Mandes and thousand. Bent under Seal to any Addrena in a Plain envelope on the receipt of air cents or two no tax Stampa. Aio i. Culverwell e marriage guide Price Ato Ceuta. Aau Reea the raid Lianera. Vna3. 4. V. J. r. A 1jt bowery new York poet Tobee Box theft. Iulah Cal y to consumptive. Mas advertiser having been re lored Toi health in a few weeks by a Verv anole remedy after Havina buffered for several Yeara with severe lung an Aenon Ana Bias area a Laeace sumption la an x luus to make known to his Fel Low Auner ers the Meana of cure. To All who Deaire it be will and n copy of the prescription Nae tree of enlarge wit the direct Tiona for preparing Aad unload the Awn which they will and s sure cure for consumption asthma. Bronchitis. Concha. Colds and All Throat and lung affection. The Only object of the advertiser in Vendina the prescription is to Benefit the afflicted and spread information which he conceives to be valuable sad he Hope every sufferer will try his remedy is it will Cost them nothing and Mav drove s bleat in. Artiee warning the preen option Wilt Meade address Kov. A. Wilson Puiia Raeburn Kings county. New York. Mayoff my lamp wanted. Ayento wanted agents per month male and female to sell the celebrated and original common Sanaa family sewing machine unproved and perfected will Nam we in cd Mick Oma Orew Ana embroider in s most eur per Lor manner. Price Only Sis. For simplicity and durability. It Baa no rival. Leo not Duy from parties Etui of Mac Nee Una the seme asm. A ours aliens having Aceti Tioata of Agency signed by us As they Are worthless cast Iron machines. For circulars sad terms apply or h. Crawford a co 413 Chestnut by Philadelphia a. Errors of youth. A tin Leman who suffered for Yeara from Ive Voua Joe Tolliv Rem air. Cav tha effects of Youthful indiscretion will. Sak. Of offering humanity and free to All need it. The receipt and directions Lor making simple remedy by which he was cured. Suiter ers wishing to profit by the advertiser s experience an to Sony Soave Asiria in a. Ogden. May Lyl i j no. 4i Cedar Street. New York. Words of Wisdom for you no men. On the ruling Paaaina in youth and Early Man Hood and with self Hel for the erring Aleo Nion ulaia. Neni in sealed letter envelopes of Sharae. Addrena Howard association. Life ill Frangk but True. Every Young lady ago gentleman la the cited state Oan Hea Liuna very Aitch to their advantage by return mail without charge by addressing insert signed. Those having fears of being hum May w Ollie by not noticing Thia card. All Aii Iera will Plena add xes their of Oquient e. s31 Broadway. New York. World s reaper & Mower. Durability efficiency and Light Ness of draft combined. 5s Civ v 8 the Avold Mower & reaper. By Nanawa Cea tent the most i piece or in Eala tence. Manc factored by e. Ball & co., Canton Ohio. Filhe limit of an Ordi Imit advert i Eim it Willi not admit of an extent de description of this Mav Ohina. But w Mav briefly inti elite the Points in whirl Ita ask soiled a de superiority Over All other Ken per and mowers will be Een 1 to. The Gearino is Cut from solid Iros blasts. In tend of being East a is the Eide in All mowers and reapers heretofore in be. The principal Point of i priority of the rut Over the cat gear Are adv Macy Axi vex form Ity of form. Durability ago the Small amount of Mower required to fro Rel it. Every wheel and log being t b i to 7 a Dahl u l a u a. Id. The Tafi Fuimo la also turned truth Var feet uni for Mitt Ami Arr Rrt. And tha wheel which Are Torea to at Antiaris Guam keyed upon Infin Ornt Lonj a Coti Section to per fort Ana permanent him tii wre Cam Xot Rott Salt As tic lat Viu Hatbox. A. T7i Frame or Ioune Tiu. Con Meta of a toll Iron i heat or ease Suttie tautly p Trout to Elt a ritually protect the gearing Frem damage by Strain in Passons Over rough Kru Iid. And wit i a eur Itrat fit Hamory Fop Fin swering the no leh important Trdoe of Hie link it at canst the Ruanto of tra try Maui am Anil id Short a Esur Nal rouses 4th. The i Siua which cont Twute a part of the Frame is with the cups Babbi Ted with Metal of the finest Quality the adjustment of the shafting being by Guage so Tysl me tax Riff Art Perret and unit orig throw Yhost. 6th. 7a Box earn Are secured in their places by being been and Senjt Tyfo Earle Anamong recess or commie Rittha to Ine Putar Motas. 6th. The Bolt used Are Burnett and fared to tit tia Htiu. Ami the thread Cut upon a la the instead of Siu eed or ground into the Iron. 7th. The mute Are of the Best a Allty. Hot pressed. Fared Ami Hexagon shaped. The attachments Combine All the essential improve menu in common be Sua some 01 Superior . Vuchich Are peer Pinr to the machine the whole being gotten no in fas most Youv Estiu and subset Mutual manner. The world is furnished a a Mower two Sisera rear and front cot. As a com fixed Macu ixe. Ecith Dropper two sizes. As a comb fixed Macii ixe Ecith rid Rake Side delivery and Dropper one size. As a combined machine. Ecith Bohrer s Seu Rake. Contain none ape inc description or the Jav Iachine Wii Priet. In. Iurii i u u duplication to the manufacturer. Ball co., cantos., o. Marl ctr furniture removed. Lllllllvlllllll1 la lilt z. Bernhard h Saxton s Block 32 South Market st., Canton Ohio. U and Aee my Large Stock of the Beautiful and Aube Lantiat Aucon a parlor sets claim der opus Yuru rules secretaries bureaus bedsteads tables chairs a. A artwork made to order and All warranted give me a Call jul-7 if z Bernhard. Louis Duurt has purchased the interim or Joaeph Dumoulin Geo key establishment. Rvs pm a. Winfra Haltar. Weft aide of Public Square and will continue to keep the largest Sod Moat Complete Saar tent of provision Sand family is j m the be found la the City of Canton. Goods delivered. S me a Call. Oct st Louis duji0nt. Bed Bottoms. sleep sleep f Vou would Sleen comfortably buy Blake Patent steel spiral Spring Oca Nolton manufactured by Mcabee a co. Canton Muce incite Book store manufactory Corner of Walnut id seventh streets Oue Block South of Tho Amer ican hotel. W i Oldfield la our scent for the centrality Western part of this county and will solicit orders. Mcabee co. Apr str j Bieger watchmaker and jeweler.1 informs to Public of thin City and Stark who Juit newly opened Hueman Lehment the Conni Aluig i watches clocks and jewelry to repairing of watches and clocks of Aracri Puou ape Tai attention win no Pela. Opp obit american hotel East Tua Caraway Street Canton Ohio. Nors in r and free teachers examinations. An examination of applicants for teachers will be held on saturday a tii Ana on toe last saturday or even month til on Erwine Orsi Ereo. A special examination will be held at Mae Emilon. On saturday. April a Phi lean la hereafter will be required to report examination Feiore in o cock a. order of examiners. Laniel Worley. Clerk. Wis Rieti a kiss at the door. We were Mandic in the doorway my Little wife Aud 1 the Golden my upon her fell Down so Faile fitly a Niall White hand upon my Arm. What could i aft for More than the kindly Imu of Loving Eye Ahe Khod me at the Ilour 1 know h1i loves with nil her heart i in me vhf Tun be id a and the Venir Tiave Hen Sint tort 1 her Bride wave o much of happiness sine we Ini i in year before lint the Hup tit time Ull Wuh whence i i me it tie who Cre. For we tilth of Hind or imm f Imit matchless Power it does not in the Huppin Cut l jilt one l the hour Wii one Olio Lovee the to her life heave shelves Hie litre and 1 Ilii Giulii she did t his morning. Whei Isilie uis me at the . At times it pc. M tji t All the All it wealth of Irold. Very Mil Siut poor indeed compared with what 1 hold Aud when the Cloud Hung grim and dark. 1 Oulu Tiik tie More of one w to Waits my coming Teplo Kisi me at the door. If she live till age shall scatter the front upon her head. I know Shell love me just the same As the mom i of we were wed but of the Angel Call she vim to heaven before. 1 Shaft know her when 1 meet her. For Shell kids me at the door. Miscellaneous. Johnny the newsboy. A thrilling incident. Sumel Hioe More than a year ago As the writer was silting in the cars going West a pleasant voice Sung out paper sir paper sir morning paper lady there was nothing new in the words nothing new to eee a Small boy with a package of papers under his Arm but the voice Molow and musical its Clear ten der tones Mellow As a flute called up Hal Lowed memories. One look at the Large Brown eyes the Broad forehead the mass of nut Brown curls the pinched checks and his history was known what is your name my boy a i asked As half blinded with tears i reached out my hand for a paper. Johnny the last name 1 Aid not catch. Can you read v of yes i be been to school some glancing out of the window to see if there was necessity of haste. Jihad a Little brother once whose name was Johnny lie had the same drown Bair and tender Loving eyes and perhaps it was on this account i Felt very much like Tai owing my arms around Johnny s neck and kiss him on the thin Check. A Long shrill whistle with another Short and peremptory Aud Johnny must be off. There was nothing to choose my Little testament with its neat binding and pretty steel clasp was in Johnny s hand. There was a movement we were Ore. 1 strained my eyes out of the window after Johnny but did not see him and shutting them i dreamed what was in store for him not forgetting his love and care for this destitute tender voiced boy. A month ago i made the same journey and passed Over the same Railroad track. Halting for a moment s respite at ene of the Many places of the Way what was my Surprise to see the same boy taller heal Thier with the same eyes and pure voice. I be thought of you lady. I wanted to Tell you that it s All the Little the Little Book has done it All. 1 car ried it Home and father read it. He was out of work then and Mother cried Over 1l at first i thought it was a wicked Bock to make them feel so bad but the More they read it the More they cried and it s All been Uil Lerent since. It s All the mile we live in a better House now and father Don t drink and Mother says Twu be All right again dear Little Johnny he bad to talk so fas but his eyes were Bright and spark hut. And his Brown face All aglow. 1 in not Selling Many papers now and father says May be 1 can go to school this never did i so crave a moment of time. But now the cars were in motion. Johany lingered As Long As prudence would Al Low. It s All the Little Book sounded in my i cars the Little Book mat told of Jesus Anu his love for poor perishing me. What a More a slave to Strong drink. Hope was in the hearts of the parents health mantled the Cheeks of the children. From the gloom of despair to a world of Light from being poor and friendless the Little Book told them of one mighty to save the precious elder brother with a Bojart All tenderness All love would that All the johnnies who sell papers and fathers that drink and Moth ers that weep Over the rums of once Happy Homes took to their wretched dwell in its the Book that tells of Jesus and his love i and not Only these but All the johnnies that have no parents living in cellars and sleeping in filth and wretched Ness would that Urey could learn from this Little Book what a Friend they have in s. S. Times. A practical joke and its result the san Francisco Golden City i plates in amusing adventure which recently fell a resident of that City whom they Call Jones for convenience Sake. He was an eccentric individual and his fellow workmen in the manufactory where he was employed sought to indulge in a Little fun at his expense and succeeded in get Ting a letter mailed at new work addressed to him stating that by the deals of a Distant relative in England he had fallen heir to the sum of $50,000, and that a solicitor had Ceme Over to new York to Hunt him up. Jones received the letter and spoke of it in Good Faith to his fun Lovi companions who gravely urged him to write to a prominent lawyer Minew York stating the Case and asking the Legal gen tie Man to see about it. Jones was foolish enough to take this advice. In due time. Much to the astonishment of the prettiest in the world happened to be at that time engaged in looking no a per son of exactly the same name As our or. Jones who was entitled by the will of an English gentleman who died a few years ago to the sum of not $50,000 exactly but the sum of 4.5uu Sterling or about 21 000. Jones happened to be the very Nam himself and be immediately left his work in a state of High excitement took a trip to new York and bad no difficulty the proving his identity and establishing his claim. He returned to san Francisco few Days since with funds amounting and $18,000 expenses having been deducted your from the original sum we ten might never have found him but for the disposition his comrades to practical joking. A lassos for Yocky Mas. While skilled workmen in most of the Handi crafts Are getting Good wages and plenty work thousands of clerks and Book keeper s have lost their situations. Dull times co., come and they Are shoved off As their places can be filled at Short notice from the multitudes who Are Ever greedy to a precarious situation behind counter. The Munei pitiable object to be found when hard times comes. Is the Man who knows every How to do nothing for self support but goods a fact which Young men who above learning a Trade should remember. Nor is it much better with employ ers than employees. A new York mer chant of thirty years experience that he can count up Only four houses March which have ran the Gauntlet of that thirty in years without failure the notion loth. There is an easier Way of making a living fur than by the sweat of the face is a great Humbug and it is a pity that Young men often allow themselves to be fooled by the grave upon the Hill. I saw it but a Day or two ago a Plain White Stone carved Over with a name and Date that stands on tee brow of a Green and sunny Hill not a Stone s throw from the comfortable farm House where the ten ant of that grave once resided and where his wife Aud son still remained. It was the lonely wife who outed it out to me As we leaned together in the Calm Sabbath evening Twilight Over the Gate of the Little Church Yard. He died suddenly " she said with a tender glance at the while Hea atone. He was taken fun us by an Accident and All in a moment As i May say. Use hour he Reft the Louse As Well a Vou and i Are now and before another lad gout by they brought Liun in a in Laid him Down before Nie of so Pale so changed and suite Piug so terribly that i May truly say i was glad when his la it breath was drawn. Yes deeply As i loved him and Long As we lived happily together i was Glud to close his eyes Aud know shut he was out of mis Ery and pain and Safe in a better world than this.1and do you like to see the grave so near you so near your own Home i asked. Why not to she answered with her sad yet cheerful smile. It it Naa den my husband i never could have looked upon his grave. I should wish to put the Earth and seas be tween me and such a sorrow As speedily As possible. I doubt if i could Bear it with any degree or resignation where it was brought so constantly before my mind As this must be before yours. A i i thought so once but it was in the Days when 1 knew not the mercy and Loving kindness of the hand that struck the blow she said gently. I am Wiser now and i can see even the gain of Suff ering As you May one Day live to do. It does not pain or Grieve me to look at this White Stone i think no longer of the mouldering dust beneath it. I Muse rather Over the glories of the ransomed Saint in heaven of which this Marble seems to me an enduring Type and sign. There As you see is the Placa that is kept for me be Side him i shall l e Shere before Many years have passed Over my head who shall say How soon ? and my Onty prayer is that my boy May look on my grave with the same resignation the same Calm happiness that i feel As i look upon that of his dear father now. If i was sure that this would indeed be so i believe the bitterness of death would be past for Yvo ill that prayer of hers for her Only son be answered i w to can say ? but surely her thought is a gentle and a tender one and thus if we were Wise and Brave enough should we All learn to think of our beloved dead. So might we per haps in the end if to us All it was Given to mourn openly and before Roll men for that which we have Loyed and lost. But the dark was of life Are Many the Darker secrets of the human heart Are not a few Reader have you never mourned a loss within your secret Bear on which with the gaze of the world regard info you you have been obliged to look with dry and apparently indifferent eyes with your whole life ruined and wasted beyond the Hope or Power of redemption by the loss of one frail and erring human creature like yourself have you never been obliged to show that life to the word still full of purpose still alive and eager with Ambi Lions plans ? a these Are the losses that wring the heart most deeply. These Are the Graves that hold beneath their daisies turf the sorrow s Crown of sorrow that make the world a desert to a forever after those unkept Graves Are closed i Happy those who have never mourned in secret beside such mausoleums 1 Happy those whose dead the world May know who Are mourned openly tenderly Aud loyally like the sleep in the grave upon the Lull. News items. The principle portion of the town of Forestville new work was burned Mon Day night. The fire was caused by an explosion of a lamp in straight Bro s store. The principal losers Are c. Scott Brown & fierce Liee & uo., a. J. Webb Strath to bore., a. P. Parson. Uhe loss is estimated at $100,000 half insured. The Hartford times Aud new Haven he Pintur figure up an actual gain to the democrats in Connecticut of Over 1,200 votes. A gain m senators is made in the fifth twelfth eighteenth and twentieth districts but a loss is sustained in the sixteenth thus giving the republicans that bran ii of the legislature by Only on majority. Last year the radicals had 14, the democrats 7 members. At the a Gressional convention for the fourth District held at Connersville Indiana yesterday a letter from Hon. Geo. H. Julian was presented and read. Withdrawing his name and recommending the unanimous support of the party to be concentrated upon judge Wilson. Judge v ii son was then declared the unanimous Choice of the convention. A Resolution was passed endorsing or. Julian s course in Congress. A Washington dispatch Sava that gen eral Sherman has returned to Washington Ana has received dispatches from of Heers in Tennessee who report that All is quiet. And that the people generally Are attend ing to Pineir work Ana preparing Lor the planting season. Sherman announces his opt position to the policy of placing troops under the orders of governor Center or any other civilian and says nothing would so soon destroy the efficiency of the army. George b. A Mccarter chief of the Bur i Ann r j to 1 cuu i Auu 4 Siut Iuka. Una be ii v5,w ,.i j j. Ana Hiti a r. To foward the completion of United states Bonds under the provisions of the fund ing Bill when it becomes a Law. He will Issue on wednesday next $1,000,000 of new my cent notes at the Treasury department. This new note bears upon its lace a likeness of the late Secretary Stant on. The paper is of a new design said to de proved against contend Itig. The author of a recent work on India defends the climate of that country which he says is principally dangerous to per sons who do not take proper care of them selves Ana Inisi stration of this last he quotes the remark to the Irish gentleman r a in reference for europeans in Jnavia they eat and they drink they drink and they eat and then they die and then they write Home to say that the climate has killed Charles Lamb was in the habit of Wear ing a White Cravat and in consequence was sometimes taken for a Clergyman. Once at a dinner table among a Large number of guests his White Cravat caused such mistake to be made and he was called on to say Grace. Looking no and Down the in table be asked in his inimitable lisping manner is there no a ent no. Sir answer d a guest to men said Lamb bowing his head let us thank of major Milliner. In a Ocoer read before the anthropological society tells us that All the ladies in constantinople Are slave dealers. Every woman who Lias and Cap ital to invest becomes an imported of her sex from circassian. The business is Safe and profitable for White slaves Are a Nec of Etsity to the Mussulman dynasty. It contrary to the statutes of the Empire uie of Multan or his family to marry any but slaves and in the Seraglio it is the circassian who receive the treatment get and alone attain the highest honors. Intimately is slavery bound up with social. And political system of Turkey. That i l p it if la. .1.iu me opinion of major Jyi Uinger Ine sex Tinc Tonsell of the former must imply the de Striction feel of the out in Michigan they make ministers says earn their Liv incr Ludt nne from a letter which a lad v member of the Baptist Church of Pontiac wrote to her sister at Chicago. That she says we can t get to meeting weather but the minister staid with three Days we gave him ten pounds to butter and a Ham and you better believe we kept him praying while he thrilling adventure. Oue of our oldest merchants who is soon to pass away and who formerly car ried on business in Leaver Street residing a9 was the custom in older times Over his store tells the following thrilling narrative which he occasionally relates with wonderful effect. A party had been collected at Bis House to give eclat to one of those Little family festivals which brighten the dark truce of life and cheer the dark Trace of life and cheer the human heart in every clime. It was his daughter s wedding Day crowds of her Young acquaintances circled round her and As the Nih r gazed proudly on the face of the Young Bride he wished As Bright a Prospect might open for his other children who wer Gatun merrily among the crowd. Passing through the passage connecting the lower rooms he met the ser vant maid an ignorant country girl who was carry aug a lighted Liow Candle in her baud without a candlestick. He blamed her for this dirty conduct and went into the Kitchen to make some arrange ments with his wife about the supper table the girl shortly returned with her arms full of ale bottles but without the Candle. The merchant immediately recollected that several barrels of Gunpowder had been placed in his cellar during the Day and that Bis Foreman had opened one of the barrels to select a Sample for a Cus Tomer. Where is your Candle he inquired in the utmost agitation. A Couldst bring it with me. For my bands were full said the girl. Where did you leave it Well i d no candlestick so i stuck it into some Black Sand that s in one of the tubes the merchant dashed Down the cellar Steps the passage was Long and dark and As he groped his Way on his Knees threatened to give Way under him his breath was choked and his flesh suddenly Felt the Buffo Cating blast of death. At the extremity of the passage in the front cel Lar under tie very room where Bis Chil Dren Aud their friends were reveling in Felicity he discerned the open powder bar Rel full almost to the top the Candle stuck lightly in the Loose grains with a Long red snuff of Burnt out Wick Topping the Small and gloomy flags. This sight seemed to Wither All hip Powers and the merry laugh of the youngsters above s Juc upon his heart like the Knell of death. He stood for some moments gazing upon that Light unable to Advance he fancied the Candle was moved was falling with desperate Energy he dashed Forward but How was he to remove it the slightest touch would cause the Small live Coal to fall to fall into the Loose pow der. With unequalled presence of mind he placed a hand each Side of the Caudle with the open Palms upward and the Dis tended fingers pointed toward the object of his care which As his hands gradually met was secured in the clasping or lock ingot his fingers and safely removed from the head of the barrel. When he reached the head of the stairs the excite ment was Over he smiled at the danger he Iliad conquered but the reaction was of powerful he fell into fits of Uriost Vio Lent and dreadful laughter. He was conveyed senseless to bed and Many weeks elapsed Ere his nerves recovered sufficient tone to resume his habits of every Day life. N. Y. Commercial advertiser. Useful and interesting. Extended Usk of steam. In great Britain steam Power is employed equal to the labor of 400,000,000 of men and in the United states it is equal to 130,000,000. It gives Speed to the Iron Steed surpassing that of the flee test Arab and it moves the press which daily prints the records of our morals and the transactions of our l ves. Perhaps the City of Glasgow where Watt invented his engine affords the Best i Lus Tralio n to be found anywhere respecting what steam Power has done for some communities. In 1755 its population was Only 22,0o it is now 600,000. Then no Man could be found in it possessing sufficient wealth and Enterprise to invest one thou Sand pounds in Watt s engine now it is the engineering Metropolis of the world furnishing nearly All the great Iron steam ships for the merchant navies of every nation in Europe. To Hakes a poker. A fire poker by constant use. Becomes soft and is Gener ally More or less Bent. This arises from its being left in the fire and becoming red hot then being put on the fender where it slowly cools an operation which soft ens even the Best steel. When a poker has thus become soft and Bent it May again be hardened by making it hot two or three times and plunging it every time into a pail of cold water. The rapidly Cooling of steel makes it again hard. Leather scraps. Tho Paris Cosmos states that a material which can be pressed into the form of Combs buttons knife handles Etc maybe made from leather scraps by cutting them into Small pieces and keeping them for several Days in chlo ride of Sulphur. In this Way they become hard and Brittle. After being washed they Are dried ground to powder and mixed with Glne or a solution of gum Ara ble or any other adhesive substance when the mixture is ready for the Moulds. Ziko. M Siurek Calls attention in Dingler s polytechnic journal to the fact that water kept in Small reservoirs maae of Zinc or collected from roofs covered with Zinc is invariably contaminated with the Metal and that the use of such water for Domestic purposes is Himbry injurious to health. The author recommends that where since vessels Are used for the Pur pose indicated they Sonia de painted Over Ullh Asphalt varnish or any Iron pig ment. To Parks Krak egos. Vegetable Oil More especially linseed simply rubbed on the egg hinders any alteration for a sufficiently extensive period and presents a simple and efficacious method of preservation better than any method hitherto recommended or practice. Every Man his own House. In this country there is no Workingman be he Ever so poor and hum die who May not if he will belter he condition with each succeeding year. To do this he must Correct the habit of spending every week the full week s earnings. Lie must begin by saving a Little instead of spending All. Halt a Dollar a week will amount to Iwer to is x dollars to a year. In four years this saving will give the sum of Over a Hundred dollars. La ten years adding in Terest to his savings the poor Man will be Able to buy a Little House. If be save a Dollar a week instead of half a Dollar Hea can have a House twice As Large and Lar Ger still in proportion to the weekly amount of his Savin cars. Who will not be a House Holder it we waste or spend innseles8 that keeps us poor. Taken at his word. The minister at a certain Church on sunday gave out the hymn i love to steal awhile away the Deacon who led the singing commenced i love to steal but found that lie bad pitched too High. Again be commenced. 4 i love to steal is but this Lime it was too Low once More he for tried and it was again wrong. After the third failure the minister Rose and said 4lseeine our brother s propensities let us so this is about equal to the Story of a cer Tai the doctor who was choir Leader in a cer Tain town in Ohio. One Sabbath the min ister gave out the hymn with Hyssop Puree thy servant. the doctor pitched the tune and led off but broke Down before finishing the line. He tried a second and third time with the same re sult when a wag on the ground floor Rose in his Pew and turning his face upward the choir exclaimed try some other Herb this us of the Louisville by 5ui claims that has a population of having doubled a ton years. The Mcfarland trial. Further testimony for the defense opinion of the prisoner s physicians letters from mrs. Sinclair and Calhoun. New York april 12. The interest on the seventh Day of the Mcfarland ease was unabated. It is noticeable that the number of ladies in the audience increases daily. The first witness s examined this fore noon was Nicholas st. John Green who testifies pie was a member of tie Boston bar had been for sixteen years remembered having been retained in the proceed Ings in Babeux Corpus brought by Daniel Mcfarland against Albert 1. Richardson the motion before court when he went in to the Case wis to punish the father and nth other of Mcfarland fur contempt in not producing the children remembered hav ing an interview with the court stated that witness could not be allowed to state wha t Richardson said to him. Or. Gery offered to prove by witnes3tliat Richardson had supplied funds for the litigation. The testimony was ruled out As in admissible defence excepting. Or. Gery asked witness whether he had received instructions from Richardson in relation to the Case. The testimony was excepted to. Or. Graham argued that the evidence shows that mrs. Mcfarland acted under the influence of Richardson and that he was the whole cause of the Aliena Tion of mrs Mcfarland from her husband Aud that in the prosecution of the suit for the recovery of his children Mcfarland had to fight not his wife but Richardson. It was important to the prisoner to prove the relations existing Between his Wile and Richardson and to show that she was act ing entirely under his husband thought the recovery of his Chil Dren would be followed by the return of Bis Wile whom he still loved and Richard son probably of the same opinion and hence his to keen the father from obtaining Possession of his children. This woman was vibrating Between tie unholy love Richardson had Enkin led in her bosom and her natural affection for her Chil Dren and were the purse of. Richardson not at her control she might have returned to her husband. The recorder ruled that the evidence proposed to be Given As inadmissible. J Edge Davis said As he understood the Hareas Cor Juis matter a stipulation was entered into Between the prisoner and his wife by which they agreed to separate each retaining the custody of one child. The witness Green further testified that at the time he saw Mcfarland in Boston the prisoner was in his judgement if not insane at least in a fair Way to become so. K. Phillips another member of bos ton bar was tie next witness. He Testi fied that he had been retained by mrs. Mcfarland in the Hareas Cortus Case saw the prisoner in court at that time the judgement of the court was awarding the custody of the youngest child to mrs. Mcfarland the latter was dreadfully excited subsequently prisoner sought out witness and insisted upon his hearing the sad Story of his life and his wrongs Mcfarland was very much excited and appeared to be in a very irrational Frame of mind what particularly seemed to oppress him was that Richardson intended to marry his wife his face bore All the expression of a Man in extreme mental agony subsequently witness had another conversation with prisoner of a similar character. Judge Davis did you at any time Sug Gest to the court during that investigation that the prisoner was unfit to have charge of Young children being a crazy Man Avi Ness stated that be never had but in reply to a further question from counsel stated that he had made such a suggestion to the senior counsel in the Case. John Awood testified he was a physician knew the prisoner Well made his acquaintance in 1862 knew the prisoner s Wile very Well saw the prisoner on the night of the 26 h of november at his of fice he remained about fifteen minutes he was in a great state of agitation his eyes glaring he said "dr., 1 have been grooming around i have been looking for Richardson i must have my boy he said he had the same terrible impulse to kill himself that he had often before wit Ness told him he must control that he said he was afraid he could not he gave the prisoner two grains of morphine equal to 200 drops of laudanum his pulse was up to 125 prisoner said Richardson is going to take my wife away witness formed the impression that Mcfarland s mind was diseased and that he was irrational knew Mcfarland from 18g2 Hus band and wife appeared to be very fond of each other knew of no difficulty Between them before 1867 in the summer of 1865 they lived at mrs. Sinclair s House wit Ness was the medical attendant of mrs sin Clair s family. Mrs. Mcfarland became first acquainted with Richardson at a reception at mrs. Sinclair s House in 18c5 subsequently saw them another receptions prisoner was not present on any of these occasions saw Mcfarland in 1867 at his witness s office he was much agitated and said his Wile had left him and there was to occasion for it his skin was hot. His pulse wild and he was very restless and agitated his face was flushed on that occasion he thought he was under great excitement and seemed to be suffering from congestion of the brain witness pre scribed for him in 1809 he prescribed mor Phine for him the prisoner was suffering from sleeplessness upon every occasion he saw Mcfauland the latter s constant theme was i Wrens and his family troubles. His Pupil Wai contracted and that coupled Wun Nis rapid pulse Anu sleeplessness unmistakably indicated cerebral disease he took a walk with him on one occasion prisoner threatened to commit suicide he said that in his dreams he saw his wife and children and longed to have them he saw his wife in the embraces of Richardson he i dreamed he had Richardson by the Throat witness would not have dared to give him a Grain of morphine were it not for the abnormal excitement under which prisoner was adoring Only in extreme cases is morphine administered saw him frequently in the Spring of 1869 and november 180a, and during All that time his symptoms were the same witness and his associate or. Winer had a consultation in regard to Mcfarland and formed the Opin Ion that prisoner had congestion of the brain threatening to terminate in ring of the brain and paralysis. To judge Davis was distantly connected with the prisoner by marriage when he became acquainted with Mcfarland they lived at the Corner of laight and v an Eft streets afterwards lived Ai Trogon had no recollection of paying any professional visits to the House Between 1862 and 1865 they spent the summer of 1865 at Croton subsequently Thev lived in Twenty sixt h Street where he was called to attend one of the children did not at tend mrs. Mcfarland at the period of her confinement they next lived in sixth Street where he attended mrs. Mcfarland that was in the fall of 1866 Mcfarland s symptoms became More pronounced approaching november a Man could not in Bis judgment live two weeks without sleep Mcfarland s condition t he time he was in the habit of calling his office for professional advice clearly showed his statements in regard to condition were True during the entire " time he never knew his pulse to go below 110, and some times Rose to 1.s0 the Pris Oner is now Labouring under the same Dis ease As at that time namely the distention of the vessels of the brain permanent Dis Tention his pulse is now 104 prisoner could in his opinion during the years 1867 and 1868 have been Able to discharge duties very imperfectly witness further testifies that the prisoner was in his Opin Ion now in a worse condition in regard organic disease than in 1867 the symptoms May not be so violent As he is doubtless in a Calmer Frame of mind Mcfarland was a very excitable Man could not to he was a Man Likely to become excited trifles he witness could not speak As expert regarding insanity but had considerable professional experience of Dis ease the prisoner s description of his sym Tom City was coherent when he saw prisoner on the 24th, he took occasion to Tell brother h of needed to be the to of. Redirect prisoner could not have been reliable business Man during 1867, 68 and 69 it was possible the prisoner might recover if the causes that produced the disease were removed. Court Here took recess. Upon reassembling Maurice Madison physician testified he had resided in the City since 1s62 practice Medicine in bog to n for fifteen Vears prisoner was a patient of his in Boston in 1847 saw prisoner on the night before the shooting at his House no. 24 u est Twenty int h Street 1 was in the habit of frequently seeing Pris Oner in november saw him on the 24th about 7 p. M. Prisoner s object in calling upon him was to Mrike known to him that Richard san was Selling his property in or der to go Avest and was about to take his wife and his Little boy Danny with him on that occasion he was More quiet and Calm physically than he had been for some Lime previous but ins mind seemed m a state of intense agony and she said that sometimes he lost consciousness of his own ind entity and thought that he was not Mcfarland remembered him saying my you ur., be i eng to i Ichardson is about to take my Little boy where i May never see him again he seemed entirely overwhelmed often met prisoner in the Street and he always referred to his Domestic troubles witness regarded him As a Mon maniac when he spoke of his troubles his whole appearance would change and he would become torrid a excited. I Cross examine to first knew prisoner in Boston prisoner was not Livins at a four Erite establishment witness boarded in the House with him after h left bos ton to went to Dartmouth College met him in new York in 1862, never practice. I x Imeri Niue in Rev 1 do prisoner was the night before the shooting no was More Calm than usual put Mically the conversation related wholly to the prisoner s Domestic troubles his mental excitement was More intense than he Ever witnessed he did not say How he had ascertained that Richardson was about to sell his property he said he was Over to watch the House where his wife and Rich Ardson were living with mrs Gilbert Mother of mrs. Calhoun he was disguised watching the House witness. I. Never pre so Noel for Iuchi Arlan m this City. Ii leu Ireri is object m watching the House was to get Possession of his Bov. John a. Ii Wood. Attorney testified that he resided at Park hotel this City his office was at the Corner of Fulton and Broadway knew defendant quite Well saw him two or three Davs before the shooting at my office he was Ouita excited he told him his wife was trying to get a divorce witness considered he was a Mon maniac on the subject of his Domestic troubles met defendant three or four times at the Park hotel Mcfarland first called upon him professionally to get him to com Mence an action there were three counts in the Cem plaint first for criminal conversation second for abducting his wife. And third for abducting his children when he called he gave witness the history of Nis trials and told him How fond he and his wife were of each other and How Happy they were in the morning when he was going away they would kiss each other and in the evening walk in the Garden their arms intertwined and picking now Era together the morning of the Day his wife left him she kissed him affectionately when he was going away and he re turned to and her gone his mind was continually running on the subject of his troubles he could not speak of his wife and children without weeping and when he alluded to Richardson he seemed to be come intensely excited and think the press was arrayed against him and in favor of Richardson remembered Mcfarland having shown him an intercepted letter from Richardson to o his wife a number of other letters were shown to witness which he identified As having been shown him by mar Arland. Prisoner stated that he got letters out of his wife s trunk he was quite excited when he talked about her. Cross examine by the list not attorney some delay was caused in commencing the suit against Richardson in Conse Quence of the difficulty of finding defend ant at that time witness did not think Mcfarland an insane iian never had any acquaintance with Richardson or mrs. My r Arland the amount sued Lor by Sci a land was redirect prisoner stated that his object in bringing suit was to vindicate him self and show the world that Bis wife and Richardson were to blame and not he he also observed that he had lost a Good Deal of Money to Vince to obtain Possession of his children Mcfarland would not Settle the suit for Money once told him a proposition had been made to him to Settle for $10,000. More letters. Counsel then read the following letters from mrs. Sinclair to mrs Mcfarland Washington feb. 21 my Dearest Friend mrs. C. Read your letter to me this morning and i am almost heart broke n for you. My dear what Are you going to do w hat Ever you decide upon of course friends your True friends will accept but i do Hope you will act with Hemness with decision it seems to me that that Oue great Effort is Only question of time and the sooner it is made the better for you and Tho children. Do not for one moment longer entertain that morbid idea that you Are responsible for the life of one who is sure to break you Down completely and ruin perhaps your children if they continue to live with him. It will kill you to live in this was. And you must not do it. Those dear Little boys must be taken care of and who can do it but their own dear Mother my own dear Abby i love you like a sister or i should not write this. Anything i can do for you i will Chei Rully do. Do not Dis Ritar you have health youth and Good friends and All your friends without accent Tion will support you. I have no doubt of your Success on the stage but should you find that to trying for your health you can do equally Well by writing. I thing you Are very modest in your ones Kimation. I think you writ better than Al most any one i know and should you give your time to it i have no doubt you will exceed any american female writer in a very abort time. I must suggest one thing and that is to get Percy away from Nis lather As soon As possible. It seem quite a Lang time since 1 Lefi Vou. And 1 am quite ashamed of not writing to you before but our time has been wonderfully filled up with Washington gaiety and i am very Apt As you know to neglect writing to my friends when i feel certain that All is Well. X have been jealous Al though you have written to mrs. C. Sever Al times. I love her too much not to be willing to give her More than half of what i would receive. Is she not Good and charming ? How is dear Little Danny ? i wish he could come to Mary s birthday. The Nineth of March. You must come and bring Percy. We May not be Home before the eighth but i Don t dare write that Home. Remember that fear is your Friend i Hope that you will not neglect her in my absence Inow my of ring do write soon i shall Hope for something definite. Your c. A. S. Letter from mrs. Calhoun. Friday morning feb. 22. My Darling child what can i say to Comfort thee ? my heart bleeds Over Mee w out 1 could enfold thee More my Darling if it Weie not for mercy 1 should take you away and keep you As soon As i go Home. I do not sup pose or. C. Would let me keep him. My precious you must make your a profanation for you to stay with that Man. You shall not. No woman ought to put her womanhood to open shame to you have been forced to do for years. Is most cruel most Devilish. Vou can not work you cannot Advance you can make certain of no future for yourself and children while you stay. There a no jus Tice at no reason no Hope in your doing an my Darling you will leave him scat Liless. The Ivorid is Moie generous than think about these things. Every thought Ful Man or woman will justify you and you can shake off the shackles and work his with free hands. It is dreadful to have yen fight tint my Ifni i think Yott could live yourself and Percy for what you earn now if Yau can Only be fire so mat you can improve your salary will increase. It is wonderful that you have been Able to do anything with your disabilities and i do not think that now Vou May do so much. Of do leave him my Darling it is so wrong you should stay with him. Friday evening a Darling we have just received or. R s letter. I am so glad that you have left m. Do not beseech you return. To not let and meekness of mercy possess you. It is harpy that the stroke has Lallen no matter what heart break comes with it. Y on could Bella l that you suffer if your suf Fering would keep you away from him. Any Darling Tor whom 1 would die do not so wrong your womanhood As to go bark. You must not shall not. When i come Back you shall come to me and stay. I will have it so. 1 will come it roil need me. Avri teme my Darling All things even if you Are distract fed write it will Calm you and help you. Of my heart flows to you. I would help you guard you heal you if i could. He Darl ing you cannot of misunderstood a a proud woman toll you that Only by Leav ing nun can you justify Yon Roselt to your self and the world of Noble people. My Darling my Money and purse and Gnet Are yours you will not hesitate to come to me for you love me this is a poor note i have bad to scrawl in pen cil what i have not Titae to say in Ink when if you re Bectel i Bli Alf " " Wilto Vou a better letter. All my heart is yours. Let or. L. Help you. He is Good Strong. Stay where you Are till i come then come to me. My Darling i love 5"ou Ana Orrow for you. Thine Ever t t. A Xii let Tuigg of the letters a listened to with breathless attention. Frank a Bennett a clerk enter Jared in the office of the previous witness corroborated the testimony of or. Elwood in re lation to the excited manner of the pcs Oner. Adjourned until tomorrow. More testimony As to the insanity of the prisoner adjournment till monday. New , april 14. Upon the open no of the court this morning or. , counsel Lor Mcfarland placed the note about Winch the discussion took place yesterday in the hands of Tho jury Lor them to determine whether the letters represented to r. or or. Hic Lovd Guernsey was the first wit Ness called. He testified that he believed Mcfarland to be insane about the time Richardson was pistol led. James o Rourke m. D., who had pre scribed for Mcfarland was the second witness called by the defense to prove the insanity of Mcfarland he described the symptoms of insanity he had noticed in Mcfarland just previous to the Homi cide. After the usual recess we. S. Mcfarland physician testified he was a. Nephew of the prisoner mrs. Mar Arland told him her husband gave her All the Money she required saw her the second Day after she left her husband at mrs. Sinclair s she occupied a room adjoining Richardson s said her reason for leaving him was he commenced to drink she re fused to to Back she asked him to stay that night with her husband As she feared he would destroy himself he told his Uncle of the conversation and he seemed very much affected at the conversation with mrs. Mcfarland she old him her husband loved her very much and in fact was jealous other she told my Ner father was coming Down and they would hold a conference once told witness All she needed was Money to make her Happy to enable Nerio Mingie Wun me Euie of society in new York he communicated the remark made by mrs. Mcfarland about Money to Mcfarland. Air. Kerry uttered to prove by witness that mrs. Mcfarland told him that Horace Greeley thought a great Deal of her and Schuyler Colfax admired her very . The testimony was ruled out. Witness testified that Mcfarland told him he bad remonstrated with his wife about dining at a restaurant with a and they had made up and his wife subsequently left him Mcfarland in May 1867, read for him an intercepted letter his manner was wild and seemed irrational met him afterwards at the swedish movement cure establishment he was much emaciated and depressed in spirits saw him frequently during 1868-6 9 and formed the opinion that lie was deranged on one occasion he told him he had an uncontrollable impulse to destroy himself and witness prescribed morphine for him. Cross examine d did not say to mrs. Mcfarland had Long known her husband had treated her like a brute heard prisoner make use of irrational expressions but could not recite any particular expression he said his wife was a Good woman and would come Back to him if she got out of the society of bad Peeple the Mcfear lands were not so far Asho knew an excitable. People. 4,1. J. Urray testified to met Arland a irrational manner. Peter Gillespie testified that prisoner said to him he had nothing left to live for he was a ruined and dishonoured Man wit Ness asked him to stay at his House and he said he would if he furnished hire with razor witness asked him what he wanted with a razor and prisoner an swered it was to put an end to Bis life witness said to him to live for his boy and e jumped up and said he would mat u3 would my to avenge my his language was very incoherent and he did not seem to know what he was say ing. Judge Davis upon n. Asked witness if he did not know the pro Perty of prisoner had been attached and he transferred it. Or. Graham objected to the question which he said was evidently the Emana Tion of the private malice which judge Davis represented counsel charged mat judge Davis represented mrs. Calhoun who desired to screen her reputation. Judge Davis said be had never spoken to mrs. Calhoun in regard to the Case and did not represent her. Or. Graham called upon the District attorney to say if the question had his Sanction. It was time to know if the of 1 Jet of the prosecution was to enable cer Tain parties to Wurie was u Meir reputations. Counsel Ani adverted upon what he claimed was the improper exclusion of two irishmen from the jury and if a French gentleman lest his sense of Honor be too Nice he himself could claim to be an irishman As his lather and Mother came from Ireland. Applause. The court ruled that the question was proper. In i j i. I Ai r Miyk fitness said be anew nothing of Tan prisoner s property having been attached the property be understood was Soia by private Sale. Court adjourned till monday morning. A drop or water. A Small Quantity of cold water apparently the meet inno cent of substances can be used so As to produce the most horrible tortures. Drops of water falling from a height upon the head feel after awhile like molten Lead and if the process be persevered i Long enough cause an agonizing death. This species of torment was Well known to the officers of the inquisition. Our naders my not be so Well acquainted with another kind of torture by water which was practice by the dutch authorities on tre unfortunate English prisoners at Amboy in 1622. The victim was fastened up with tis arms and legs extended As if for crucifixion. A cloth was then tied upon As the lower part of his face so closely to bait scarcely any water could pass by that done they poured water gently on his head till Tho cloth was full up to his Mouth Aad nostrils so that to could not draw breath without swallowing some. When it. He was nearly choked Urey took him Dowa to vomit up water and when a Little re covered we tied him up again using him As before. In this manner they served him three or four times till his belly was As big As a Tun and his Cheeks like bladders and his Eye strutting out beyond hit fore

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