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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - February 2, 1870, Canton, OhioF f volume 36? Canton Stark county Ohio february 2, 1870. Number 34. Business directory. A j. Geiger Dir Trtat Eutt Ubuntu Street. Canton. Ohio. Absalom Kitt merchant tailor us dealer to cloth a. Calmer. Yeeu Ara. Kafir mad Vitou inc. Oft Block. Canton Ohio. Stark county Democrat. A. Mcgregor son publishers and pain an fancy Job printers Empire Block. Canton Ohio. Hiram. Thurston. Book bind Ana Blank boo k Mann Fantore. All order from abroad promptly Attea Iet to. Bind by la Cartat Aloea a stairs to Seton. Ohio. J. B. Mccrea furniture dealer Aad i see taker East a Street. Cams to. Ohio. Novato Prince Haas undertakers Ottllie and All kind of coffin Al ways on hand. Two Hrar eee always lit Readi i i i Tua Caraway Street. Canton Ohio. Edwin Smith roof rather o particular attention Siren to copying and near gift picture. Otao Rames and Albania out Antler on hand. Rooma in Mathewa a Block Soult Market Street t Anton Ohio. Jusem Tutt j. Ii. Siddall dentist oboe in barter s Bank Block. Canton p slain. All Ops Raelona in Mechon thai Dent lat a r performed in Uio latest and Moat approved noun. A would rail Especial att Mason to Nia old Leltus. In which in be word of the late a. Warda mum Lea sad by a. J. Douds Hanson dentist Ohio a stairs. In Rea Denoe Oom Arket a be seat aide three doors month of Public Ubare Canton Ohio. All operations. Connected with tha Rofe Paioa promptly Eriend d to. Del Geu. D. Ii Arter & bro., bonkers East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio a Eire loan Money buy old yer Bond and compound interest note. Change bought and sold. " j. A Comerford attorney at la. Trump building Canton Ohio up stairs. French and German porn. A put s. & e. S. Meyer attorn at Taw. Canton. Ohio. 0es Eyer liar tar Bank barter s Block. Not3sly James harsh attorney at Law maa Aillon Ohio. Office in o harsh a Block a stairs prompt attention riven to All Buai Osee entrusted to Hia care. Jyl a vhf we. H. Hall attorney at Law office with or. Syddall Bank blocs Canton. Ohio up stairs. July la aaa w. Arr. Ago. A. Num. Raff k Baldwin attorneys at Law. Canton Ohio. Office in the a sols Block up stairs. Jano turf. It hmm. Bierce 4 Thompson attorneys at Law Akron Ohio. J n27 6 u m. Mckinley attorney at Law office in Eagle Block Oyer a Loual Bank Canton Ouw. Juu . Mcgregor Worney at Law and general collecting areal Carol Sam Jasper county Siwwi i. Wi., Harney Laughlin. Attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. Ait Schaefer pc Lynch attorney at lev off of in opera hons Block Canton Ohio. J. V. Mccord. & inn. T. And paneral collection a rent Alliance Ohio. Brain eat to Lile Oare will Recette prompt attention. Sau. Joseph Crevoisie jr., notary Pullo office Northeast Corner of punks Square Canton. Ohio. He will attend to draw ins Deeda Mortales Powers of attorney. A in addition to the to Clit i the German. And French Roku Apps he will Alo procure Lespona for persons wish in to go to 4t- t j. G. Williardt county body Yor office in the county recorder. W a building w Here he can be feud when in City if any business a with Jacob a punter Hoo panty recorder who w ill git due notice to counts 9urryor to take of any t of or Lulu no will Ali fore write and acknowledge Rree Menta. Mortgage a. Deeds a at fair Price. H i pm Umry us lotto Winter alter. Practical watch maker sad jeweler and dealer i clock jewelry mum Ware news thew a. Cd Auxin oils done in abort m Eaic Zablock Canton oui be Basu Deuble 4c. Brother. New. Jewelry. .4. I Harare. Canton Dene on Ali Ort notice. J. A. Meyer. Dan american and and fancy of Pule Square. Canton pay expedit Boualy and done t. H. Phillips m. A., a sad residence on Duytu scans retd Church. A 11 Cura Lerz us l prompt attention to professional Cal la. Jul Yeisly j. C Bartett m. A. Phrai inn and office Corner East Walcutt trots. Canton Ohio. Reads sat i we Thompson. Dealer in heal estate. Dwelling houses a Jent or Chang for City or farming property. Sci Lino lots to or Leand location for Sale cheap. And fou Yeara time Ilvea. To Sec. In Bane a Block. East a Street up slurs. L. Q. Jeffries. By of toss a sent. H Ano Block. Tubac Mowas , Ohio. And kinds of real Vetale property Boucht sold or exchanged Hougee and i Arma rented Coal Landa wanted to lease or Purchase. Particular attention paid to the collection claims. L. Q. Jeffries neral agent of the amerlean life of Philadelphia office in net of Tonii. Ohio. Titi Block. Tacal Exchange hotel by a Apon Haner at old thepot. Guests properly cared for and Bill moderate. Mayi Twu 8acks0n hotel. Worth Market Ohliger proprietor. Alliance House by untie .7.tdiohio. St cloth hotel to t. By proprietor Tuulo Square Canto Ohio. In Lynne h. Falke Demi. To millinery and fancy goods no 3 Otra Block Canton Ohio. By Hlf A. Clewell teacher of Utano Orr a and singing orders Cegred at Kirn s blare. Aot2-3na o lit Cut. Union. Ltd very Crevoisie s lot 5th st., Canton Ohio Marast Middaugh proprietors Sere the fines Trisa in the City allow l., Mew Tad Sood Oreee. Coup Atanoa let on read Onalle terms with or without Ftp rarer. Nortu k Start Furuc. Juzix Badcob notary Public. I n is lit a n 1 1 k Alif Cejna Tox. Ohio. Yurfick at the Ark Corral 1 Rea Aijrer a Vii will attend to drawing i to Orthea a tam if tuft anti Practa Lor Nara sure to Frosa Europe at the Ket Rau a. He la sent of tie Tierman fire company of Cler Essaid. And Oil str . Moriat correspondence. Industry As a Means of transition social isolation and antagonism to Concord and happiness. By e. P. Grant. Number. Attractive its possibility and preliminary d. Let it be borne in mind that we Are in Quiring tinder what conditions productive labor will first cease to be repulsive a after wards become attractive an aim of Para mount importance because by this Means alone can Industrial products wealth be come so abundant and universally diffused that want and destitution As Well present As prospective shall be entirely driven out of the world. Our last number was devoted to the Brief exposition of two special incentives to Industry namely emulation or the spirit of rivalry and sympathy or attachment to esteemed associates these being in our enumeration the second and third agencies by which attraction May be either created or intensified. They Are also agencies of capital importance especially the third which having for its basis the sympathetic com Munion of Friend with Friend in All the Ariosa affectional relations is a pivoted condition of attraction that is a Central and Cardinal one in the absence of which All the other Bicker incentives can be made to act but very feebly if at All. It is also very important that emulation and sympathy should to made to act simultaneously and in concert Sinco it is Only when their a nuance is thus combined that they act with their greatest Energy. And by Way of explanation i take Occa Sion to say Here though fearing that the remark May not be universally a Precia Tea mat in the system 01 u Universal an Altor a the key which will in due time unlock All the mysteries of the universe these two stimulants correspond to accords and dissonances in music the i i ing of which is indispensable to the utmost perfection of Harmony. In. The next or fourth condition of attractive Industry to which attention is invited is. Fah is accompaniments and surroundings be not Only fitted for their Pitr posts but be also Graceful Ami Braun to Tiu. Man s instinctive love of Beauty Ana the pleasure which attends its legitimate gratification should never to lost sight of in the organization 01 Luxor. Uis Sekii me it demands that the instruments and apparatus of Industry its tools and machines besides being convenient and Well adapted to their intended uses shall be also Graceful and elegant and As fur As practicable be even ornamented and embellished and that the being distributed into Industrial groups be at tired in appropriate and tasteful costumes and uniforms. Those animals also such As oxen and horses which Man makes Bis assistants in Industry besides being Well fed and humanely treated should de you toned and Capar ironed with the same regard to elegance and Beauty As is paid to the other auxiliaries with Wincn Nis work is associated. Those labors in which Laree numbers participate May. Moreover be properly enlivened with music and a display of in Stirns and banners and accompanied with such other appliances and ceremonies As Are Best adapted to kindle animation and enthusiasm. The names of conquering military chieftains Shine brightest on the historic Page. Because Durina the Ages of imperfection and social discord through which human Ity has hitherto been passing wholesale murder has been regarded a the function in which it was most glorious to Excel. Wherefore ambition directing its View to the Means of attaining the highest and most enduring honors has always been tenanted by the strongest motives to Dis cover by what meant the destructive Agen pics of War could of inv Sieu Wii an pos sible elements of efficiency and Power and has found that appropriate and Graceful uniforms glittering Armor gilded and Pic tured standards and animating music All Aid in promoting the sanguinary purposes Tor Wincn armies Are org Rizea. Jiuu ample is eminently instructive it men will Only turn it to proper account. We May be sure that similar Means applied to groups and companies engaged in use Ful prod action will of no less influential and will stimulate no less efficacious by to Streat Industrial achievements and such Means will be applied in the interest of the labourer and with a View to his Benefit when the crafted and the Droe porous rec Zenizo their obligations to their weaker follow men and become As desirous to do Pood to their inferiors in Fortune and capacity As they have hitherto been to take of them by milage extortion. Fraud and spoliation but so Long As state of War fitly typifies the Rapat Ity with which the More fortunate classes prey non those beneath them and the free Booter of the Stock Exchange and the counting House up opiates Industry As and As cruelly As Ever did the Mili tary marauder to Long will honest labor be despised and so Long will the hard toiling masses whose lives Are spent useful work be the pariahs of society. While the relations of labor to capital continue such As Thev now Are. The sta classes will do nothing to dignify la Bor or to lift it above itt present level whatever Barren comply Meta they May my it As a Requital for the profit they have made or nope to make by preying upon it ear ninja. But they too Aro victims of i u jul Bijj it. Mon charitably. V. A fifth incentive to Industry will Olbo found in a mate valued distribution and honorary distinctions Tuchich such Ami groups hire performed their respective functions Yeuh it ability and tuck ass May. according it their various Trees of Merit. Nature has implanted in the human an ardent craving for badges of be Riorita and and the tar Orquiz Tuuu. 111 in Ink and coi responding epaulettes Anwoth r insignia of Honor has had its efficiency promoted scarcely u at All less than the stimulating forces previously specified. Kor has Tho use of such agencies been con fined to the Art of War witness the Rega Lia of free masonry and other similar societies and specially the escutcheons armorial trappings Wincn in me puny Daya of chivalry the True Knight would die rather than permit to to stained Dishonour. Yet the influence of the Agen cies is usually marred by the vicious re with which almost every thing to our present is it. A is Unla fall apr than exception that favouritism or the Power Money gets precedence in Uijun Tion Over substantial Merit. Tha last two incentives to Industry ing the fourth and fifth of our enumeration belong to that sphere of Art embrace tha porn amputation and by Man of Bis material Nuiji and the charming of nil by physical Beauty. The importance the Deau Liui not oui w i or saw but More especially perhaps of the social and spiritual Ture of Man it la not. Easy w exam Ysario. C from tha Beautiful in theft. Y. Abe i n. Ii Norimi to the Useini. Tooth will a that the useful will be esteemed Rich Nelv a it ministers to Ana Prou Uera Beauty in other words the useful will Drift of her the Baan Ellul. 1w Tance which nature Nita Coes to it s not Only in the starry heavens and the panic Kin troms. But in the passion for laments and showy apparel which child manifests As soon As it emerge infancy and which under this or. I t .1 j i to raft. To a Sills. Iii cow Uusi Veiva vy1.1 Ward Ercums Unotti. To the end of life. I t i. I ii18 True that v a Tiia autust Otil poor Richard s almanac have censured Law this love of ostentatious display Stra without reason for it tempts multitude Salo to squander fur its gratification what or their dependents need to satisfy imperious we Ana Goraum Nave damned it As vain and sinful por baps with Preater reason still for if we com pare the two extremes of society the affluent on the one hand proudly flaunting their jewels and costly apparel and other insignia of opulence to Public View often out raging Good taste to make a Parade of wealth with the poor on the other hand Clad in coarse and perhaps patched and tattered garments because Tho intensity of their destitution permits no better extremes presented by every considerable town in Christendom or if we look into our fashionable churches and see the Rich gorgeously attired occupying luxuriously cushioned pews furnished with bibles Praver books and psalter gleaming with Solil and proclaiming by such and other pageantry How smooth and flowery they Are Able to make their pathway to heaven while we have to look else where for the poor who dare not appear in Humble garb in the presence of those Dainty Wor shippers if i say we thus Sruti luxe the extremes of society As exhibited in every part of the civilized world spectacles Are presented to. View which Ali philanthropist cannot contemplate without painful emotions. But odious As such contrasts Are in certain aspects let us not so mis represent them As to condemn on their account the natural instincts of humanity All of which Are indubitably divine and when they can be brought to act in circumstances adapted to their nature will vindicate both the dignity and wis Dom of the source from which they came. Even in their most odious forms they May minister to human development in ways of which neither the economist or the moralist has Ever dreamed. The repulsive features of our actual society do not prove human nature wrong or imperfect but Only that it is under the influence of false conditions which need to be re formed. One Tinct however they do prove that we Are Prono to boast of a civilization of which we ought to be ashamed. I. The sixth condition of attractive Industry and the last in our enumeration is that the same occupation should never be unreasonably prolonged. The aversion to labor As it is now com pals Only forced upon the hireling is Large i dim try tha vent of n i Fri t in Rorn no. Tons that is to the fact that the labourer is confined to Trio same Dull routine of work until though otherwise tolerable it becomes painful and repulsive by its Monotony. Both the body and the mind of Man require not Only alternations of activity and repose but alternations in the form of activity. So imperious is this de Mand that pursuits in themselves delightful May be made offensive and hate Ful if excessively and especially if compulsorily . The aversion to labor therefore can never be overcome except by providing a great diversity of occupations and securing frequent Chan Ces from one to another so frequent even mat in an Ordinary cases several changes should be made every Day. Indeed when labor shall be As eagerly engaged in and a zealously prosecuted As under Perlut de system of attractive Industry it one Day will be. Human endurance will not admit of its Long continuance without alternations of rest and frequent changes will become not Only important As a condition of attraction but indispensable a a preventive of excessive exertion. Same subject to be continued the Virginia Bill As passed by the Senate. Ate. Tha following is the Virginia Bill As it passed the Senate an act to admit the state of log Ilia to representation in the United states a Dekeas the people of Irginia have framed and adopted a Constitution of Stato government which is Republican and whereas the legislature of Irginia elected under said Constitution have ratified the fourteenth and fifteenth Amend ments to the Constitution of the United states and whereas the performance of these several acts in Good Faith was a condition precedent to the representation of the state in Congress there More. Beit enacted &e., that the said state of Virginia is entitled to representation in Congress of the lated states provided that before any member of the legislature of said state Snail take or resume his seat or any officer of said slate shall enter up on the discharge of his office he shall take and subscribe and Tilo in the office of the Secretary of state of Virginia for per nine it preservation an oath in form Fol lowing "1 do solemnly swear mat have never taken an oath As a member of Congress or As an officer of the United states or a a member of any Pixie legis lature or an executive or judicial officer of and state to support the Constitution of me t ii itch Piau suit hic mud engaged in insurrection of rebellion against the same or Given Aiu or common to to enemies thereof so help me god or such ill Derson Shah in like manner taste suds Noeland file the following oath Ido a Al cml swear that i have by act of Gress of the United states been relieved from the disabilities a Posea upon me the fourteenth amendment of the const tuition of the United states so help me god which oath shall to taken before and certified by any officer Lawit iii authorized to administer oaths and any person who shall knowingly swear falsely in Tak in ing either of such oaths Snail do be Emu Oil or of Nori Virv and shall de punished therefore by imprisonment not less than one year and not More than ten years and shall to fined not less than and not More than $10.0 Kyj and in All trial for and violation of this act the Certin Cate of taking of either of Faid oath with proof of signature of either party accused eau be taken and held As conclusive evidence that such oath was lawfully and regularly administered by competent authority. And Providina further that every such of person who shall neglect for a period by thirty Days next alter the passage i Tais As Art to take subscribe and file such oath aforesaid shall be deemed and taken to intents and purposes to have vacated ,7. Office and provide further that the state of Virginia is admitted to representation in Congress upon the following fundament us Tal conditions that Tho Constitution Virginia shall never be so amended. Changed As to deprive any citizen or class of citizen of the United states of right to vote who Are entitled to vote the Constitution herein recognized except try As a punishment for such crimes As now felonies at common Law wherefore they shall have been duly convicted under Laws equally applicable to All the and habitats of said state provided mat alteration of said Constitution prospective in its effect May be made in regard with time and place of residence of voters it shall never be la Tui Lor the same state to deprive any citizen of the United states on account of his race color or previous condition of servitude of the right Tath Nolif Lutr " a rect. Of said state or upon any such ground to of him any other qualification office than such required of All other. Be Zens that the Constitution of Irginia Liall never be so amended or changed derive and citizen or class of citizen which. R r. I 1 line la pitch Iaus of toe scum of envy and privileges secured by the Constitution senses of said state. Of to. The new York express says when the democrats were in Power twelve years a from the top this the following Busy beehives of Industry future the smoke from their chimneys Migueis Fuji have been seen Allaire works 700 now a car sublet a w works hands shut up. Neptune works be hands shut up. Novelty works hands liquidating South of Rooklyn works Maui dating. Fulton Worts or de to exist. This is what the Tribune or the Herald flail signs of great Prosperity the from other Tan Trenton Gazette speaking Buiwit Prince Bonaparte s last shooting c says that while he was living in i thirty years ago his wife supported Virtu and their family by teaching not a was a genteel luxurious loader they went Back to France Sibr 1847. Rights All Over Burlington anymore in. Connie. " congressional. Congress. Butler Bingham and Farnsworth. Washington january 24. 1870. House of representatives. A Large number of Bills were introduced. Or. Dawes from the committee on appropriations reported the legislative executive and judicial appropriation Bill. It was ordered printed and made me special order for wednesday next. Or. Dawes stated to the mouse mat the figures composing the Bill compared with the estimates and that there were several legislative provisions in the Bill rendered necessary in order to Cut off abuses. He moved to suspend the rules so that an order should be made that the usual Point of order cannot be made against those provisions in committee of the whole. After considerable discussion the motion was agreed to. The House then proceeded to business on the table As follows me reply of the general of the army to Call for information in or. Brooks Resolution As to authority of certain military officers acting a3 a committee of elections in the Georgia legislature stating that they Are not acting As such committee but As a Board outside of the legislature to assist general Terry in the execution of his most unpleasant office Aud duties imposed on him by act of Congress. Or. Brooks addressed the House on the subject contending that the military authorities had no Power whatever to interfere with the organization of the legis lature of Georgia. It was an entire As sumption on the part of general Terry and his subordinates and wa3 utterly Lawless. Governor Bullock had introduced a rail Road master who had not been elected tii any legislature to preside Over the legislature. He hoped lie was not mis informed in being told that general Sher Man and general Grant were about Send ing a special messenger to Georgia to Cor rect these illegal proceedings. Or. Morgans protested against these accumulative acts of usurpation not Only on the part of Congress but on the part of the executive. Or. Bulli of Massachusetts Rueien i ded the executive and general Terry. He said general Terry had Only done what general Meade had done on the first organization of the Georgia legislature undertaken to find what members were eligible. That was authorized by All the reconstruction act. Or. Brooks asked or. Butler to Point to the acts giving such authority. Or. said he was ready to give All that information on the principle of the Carpenter testifying in court who was asked How tar he was Troni the place were the incident occurred and answered four feet two and a half inches from it and being asked How he knew that so accurately replied that he thought that some ii to w would be fool enough to ask him that question and he measured it. Laughter. He referred to Section 11 of the act of july 19, 1867, giving authority to the general of the army to act in this reconstruction matter lie knew there had come up a report from the associated press of the South which never reported in favor of loyalty but always in favor of secession Ana rebellion and he hoped to see that monopoly put Down that general Lerry had organized a military commis Sion to try a member of the Georgia legislature Tor perjury but that was not so. He had Only appointed aboard of govern ment officers to find out who. Were and who were not eligible. He spoke where of he knew when he affirmed the action of general Terry had been and would be sustained by the administration and that Georgia would be reconstructed in the in Terest of loyalty. Alter Lurther discussion Between messes. Butler Morgan Voorhees and others the papers were referred to the committee on reconstruction. Or. Farms Worth noved to pass Over All intervening business on the speaker s table in order to take up the Irginia Bill with Senate amendments. Or. Eldr Lugt inquired whether any Opportunity for debate was to be Given but or. Farms Worth declined to make any promises on the subject. The motion was agreed to the democrats voting in the negative. The Bill was then taken up and the ate substitute was read. Or. Farns Ortii moved to concur in the Senate substitute not however be cause if its provi Ion s were presented originally he would have supported them. Some of them he thought very bungling by drawn Aud they would do More harm than Good but he made the motion. Cause he thought to throw the question i open again to the sea of discussion and i to need Irginia longer out of represents i Tion would be a greater evil than to adopt the Senate Dili. Or. Cox asked whether the passage the Senate Bill would not be yielding up the position of the House without even cd acc of a committee of conference. Or. Farns Worth replied that was a question for the House. Or. Bingham said it would be borne on Tho journal of the House that More than three to one of the members had declared for the admission of irs Rinia without conditions. That vote would commend itself to the approval of country. He had no apology to make Here or cd sewer for the position which he had been assuming and which to now reiterated that it was not in the Power of Congress by exacting fundamental conditions in the admission of a cite to what could not be legitimately enforce Edof on All other states. That being so asked that the state of Virginia be admit As Ted under the Senate Bill. He eulogized All the Constitution of Virginia As being More his Liberal than the Constitution of any Otaie West of the alleghenies. If he thought i nt1. Ii under this Dill Irginia Cociu be Suurje Cirei to conditions which might not be imposed of on new York or Ohio he never would or vote for the Bill. The or. Cox suggested that the Senate by was As obnoxious As the Bill reported the reconstruction committee and which Are was voted Down by the . Bingham replied that it was quite so obnoxious. He hoped the House in would concur in the Senate amendments. Any his chief purpose was to state to the Tlemcen on his own siae of the nouse or. Butler of Massachusetts to that which Side of the House is that ? laugh ter. Or. Bingham indignantly gentleman is very Wise Wise beyond hold years. He cannot read me out the blot out my record. Vulgarity is hot for Assumption is not Power. There Citi occasion Lor Tae inquiry. A wit s a Feather and a fool s a Rod a honest mus s uie noblest world ofas o Flaughter and much excitement on . Floor. Or. I u l i i. Toon the door Ana interest in the discussion seemed to be the increase. He said he would where the gentleman from Ohio had the off not with misquoting but simply to ago that he had never threatened to read City out of the Republican or gentleman could do. That but himself whether he had done that in passing hands Virginia Bill through the House by 500 our judgment and. With the Aid of his demo cratic tunes tot country tvumw800 whether the gentleman was to have ovation when he went to Virginia he Ceas not know Buthe Hod seen some hint of and kind in the papers. He should try to present a spirit when he could look embodied and see the virginians the Man whom All the papers denounced of As the murderer of mrs. Surratt. Affair what sight the lion no the Lamb but another animal. He referred to the Eulogy passed school. The gentleman from Ohio on the who Constitution and said it was not Tho leaving of tha Virginia statesman but of Mercer i baggers and scan wags and negroes the Fields he regarded the condition the Bill As a notice to Virginia and All the country that if she did not maintain in spirit and in truth the spirit of reconstruction As Congress held and claimed con Russ with the help of god and of the Loyal people of the country would exercise i Power to place her Back again w Here she i had been. Lie did not know what new Light the gentleman from Ohio had got which influenced him to support the Bill from the Senate which was the Bill reported by the reconstruction committee. Or. Farns Ortii said he understood very Well the allusions made by or. But ler to the acting chairman of the reconstruction committee and he had a word to say on that subject. He would not allow himself to be instructed in republicanism by the gentleman from Massachusetts. He had been a Republican for Twenty five e years when the gentleman from Massachusetts was chasing fugitive slaves All Over the state laughter and clapping of hands on the democratic Side. He had been doing All to could it the Chicago convention for the nomination of a Republican president when the gentle Man trom Massachusetts was at the Charleston con Verliin voting for Jeff. Davis. Laughter. He had voted for the Republican party in , when Tho gentleman from Massachusetts was Vot ing for Breckinridge of Kentucky. He knew the gentleman with his facility for getting on the other Side when his allies deserted him went Over and he knew his conviction and conversion was so sudden that it shamed that of st. Paul. Laugh ter. The lightning that blazed around him that focal Blaze that illuminated his understanding shamed into darkness the Light that shone around st. Taul. But he knew that the Gunt Lomax a somewhat like Peter what he deserted his master. His desertion was so recent that he was obliged to Uisu and swear to make the people believe his desertion was genuine. So the gentleman from Massachusetts was obliged to be exceedingly Radical in order to make the people believe that his con version was genuine laughter. To understood that gentleman s attack was at the gentleman from Ohio Bingham but he would probably have named him too Only to knew that he fans world had a Chance to reply. Or. Butler said his reason was that he held the floor by that gentleman s Courtesy and therefore did not think it Well to arraign him at that time for his sins. Laughter. Or. re Marks reminded the House that or. Butler had opposed him every time he tried to introduce a Bill for the admission of Virginia and had stated the last time two Days before the recess that the com Mittee wanted testimony. Or. Butler remarked that the Evi Dence he then wanted was As to the ratification of the fifteenth amendment. Or. Farnsworth said that was most remarkable because three Days be fore the Secretary of state had noticed Congress that Irginia had ratified the fifteenth amendment. Laughter. It was Tho gentleman from Massachusetts who had barred the door against Virginia and would bar it to a but that he knew it to be inevitable that the Bill would pass. In conclusion he said if he thought the House would now concur and refer the matter to a committee of conference he would vote to non concur but As he was satisfied the House would not he would vote to concur. Or. Ward said he would support the Senate Bill As he understood it to contain All the essential fundamental conditions that were contained in the Bill As reported from the reconstruction committee. Or. Morgan opposed the substitute and said that for its action toward Virginia Tho forty fir st Congress would be known in history As the perfidious Congress. Or. Cox took the same ground and asked the Republican Side whether they would dare to stamp the Brand of inferior Ity on new York or Ohio that this Bill stamped on Virginia whether the would dare to interfere with the common school system of new York or Ohio ? or. Logan said he was one of those who had voted for the admission of Vir Ginia free of conditions and would do so again under similar circumstances. But he would not inquire who it was that had been working in the lobbies of the Senate to have the till sent Back to the House so that some gentleman might have an Opportunity of Fri telling a language Peculiar to himself his fellow members nor would he enter into personalities. 1 he had not himself been a Republican so Long As to allow Moss to grow Over him and therefore to did not propose to canvass anybody s action but neither would he allow any other person to be censor Over him. Lie did not notice any inconsistency in voting now for this Bill on the very statement of the gentleman from Massachusetts himself that Tho conditions imposed were a Mere notice to Virginia that Sho had better behave herself. Messes. Fitch and Kellogg who had originally supported Bingham s Bill announced their intention without approving of the Senate Bill to vote for it. Of or. Speaker sarcastically invited All a penitents to come at once and make confession. Or. Farnsworth motion was agreed to and the Senate substitute concurred in by a strict party vote yeas 136, Navy 07. Ice mountains and caverns. The ice Mountain of Virginia described by or. Layden in vol. 45 of the Ameri can journal of science is an instance the fact of ice being preserved under the surface. An immense mass of debris stones varying in size frs a a few inches to Many feet rises several Hundred feet against a Rocky walk the interstices he filled with ice. Which is preserved there summer As in a vast refrigerator. An ice Mountain also exists at vt., where a Wall of Quartz Rock a space of More than thirty acres at Liat i base covered with Loose fragments. I. L. .,1 Rice occurs 111 a ram to in which Muse ments have been cast. Ice also is constantly found in the elevated ravines of Catskill and White mountains. B h the ice caverns of Europe and Asia by present Phenomena Allied to these Frozen strata discovered in Wells. Prof. Picket of Geneva describes a the Edinburgh not philosophical journal in 1823, four of Grotto examined in the Alps Ana each of these had upon the a surface of about 3,000 feet of ice. The thickness of a foot. When this quarried during the summer it constantly renewed itself by freezing. Strong rents of cold air constantly. Issued the these caverns and the strength of the his seemed to increase with the heat party summer. Water was found in them and the air was loaded with vapor. freezing in these caverns is explained the Clescent of Chi Reiles 01 a pm i i n r eras in summer and their escaping at Bottom. These currents in their descent Nart with their heat and acquire the the Pesature of the surrounding rocks an these be covered with moisture the evaporation diminishes the Winter the current ascends and Theon being less the cold a not so begin sir r. J. Murchison in his left of Russia has described someday the caverns existing. At Orenburg. And t Indursky on the Sib Euan Eloot the Mou party. Gains. These Are Simuan i Tho caverns described by prot Pic Tat exx it Thattie freezing for the most part taks place snap summer while in Winter the ice thaws. There is an old Iron mine it port Utic. On the West Side of Lake c Champlain did an in which ice is found at a depth of that 30 to 100 feet during the summer and be current of old air in sub Frem the opening. Not ice is also found in a Cavern in a about two Miles North of Brando toasting Anam Houd. In hours Al Home for not a toxin ado in st. Joseph county by happened last monday night about Virginia in. At Centerville. Fri Charles work was killed by the instant destruction n carpet his House. Or. Newark was hurled from a second Story window and is in a critical condition at t select Story. Or. Or. Diamond Cut Diamond. Or. Baker himself tells us this Story. He said it was True nor is this unlikely. I have known or. William Henry Baker personally for a number of years and i am inclined to think he has hitherto never in All his life told the truth. Now it is so manifestly improbable that the most consistent Man should protract a Long and useful career of Story tellin g to such extra Ordinary limits without at some period telling the truth by some sheer misadventure that it is quite Likely or. Baker May have committed himself in this instance. At least Tho time has arrived for human nature to assert itself according to the doctrine of averages. Only once gentlemen said or. Baker have i been deceived. William Lenry keeps his eyes open in a general Way he also takes the Liberty of seeing out of them. He uses them As a Rule for purposes of observation gentlemen. Still i admit i was ome taken in by As dead a swindle As could be i am not ashamed to own it. I made Money by it after All but i was it was about a Diamond ring. I knew the fellow who had it for Many years in the Way of business. He was a Commer Cial traveler and used always to Flash this ring about whenever he came round on his journey. A jeweler Friend of mine who happened to be in my office once when or. Look called and asked i remember to be allowed to examine it and had pronounced the stones to be diamonds of the purest water telling my afterwards the ring was Worth about seventy pounds. Or. Look s initials were engraved Inide the hoop of the ring. A. andbeside3 that. It was a ring of Peculiar and rather old fashioned make. Indeed having once seen the ring no one would be Likely to mistake it for another. Well or. Look got into difficulties and went so entirely to the bad that i never saw or heard anything More of him. But about two years afterwards whilst walking Down a Back Street my Eye was taken by a ring exhibited in a pawnbroker s window. Or. Look s ring directly i la swear to it was in a tray with a number r of very seedy looking rings and was As discoloured and dirty As they were. I went into the shop and asked to look at it. The pawnbroker an old jew said " yesh i might see his rings but he did t know mosh about rings himself. They Wosh unredeemed pledges trash what they Wosh and they Wosh All Market at the Monish and vanished upon them with a very Small Over Plush for in Eresh trash ish All he there was no it. It wa3 or. Look s ring and had his initials in Side. But How did the jew get it ? he would soon Tell my. Referring to his Book he found it had been pawned two years ago in the name of Smith trash All he knew. Would i buy ? it Wosh dirt Sheap three pounds twelve and Cost him All the monies three pounds twelve i repeated thinking he had made a mistake for the ring was Worth Twenty times that amount Well if it Wash too dear he had some cheaper ones Beautiful rings you Shee sex Sheet that he always adva shed too mosh Monish on them. One could t understand everything in his Bish Nish. You Shee from Flat Ironi so to diamonds. I bought the ring after beating the jew Down half a Crown partly to prevent his suspecting its value and partly Well knowing the disposition of the Peculiar people to oblige him. I wore my new Purchase about with no Little inward satisfaction at haying bettered a jew at a bargain late Joyn mind i accounted for its coming into i posses Sion somewhat in this Way or Block must have so1d the Jig when in Dot Acyl ties t some one else. It was quite cer Tain or. Look had not pawned it the jews or the jew would have known its value. The ring must then have either been lost by or stolen trom a subsequent possessor and the finder or thief which Ever it happened to be being ignorant of its value had taken it to the jew who knew no Detter. There is a certain comm Estial club in our town which i occasionally visit the members Are of an. Easy and somewhat Lively disposition generally Given to indulge in that playful style of banter popularly known As my Diamond ring came in for a Good. Share of it. I can stand chaff As Well As most men but put it to you if when you know very Well your brilliants Are real it in t a Little annoying for the chaff of a whole body people to assume the character of Persis tent disbelief in the value of your jewelry for instance the waiter answers. The Bell. Did any gentleman ring of yes one of the members would re tort it is the gentleman with the paste diamonds.". Again there Are kinds of Sham brilliants known As Irish diamonds and Isle Wight diamonds t the club not one or two members but the whole body refused recognize such distinctions and insisted on designating the whole class of Shams Baker s Baker s paste my gems were also denominated. They Actu ally sent me by Post a circular of some body s baking powders and dog to it at end where it says the Public is respectfully cautioned against spurious imitations but of More particularly against a specious preparation to deceive the unwary known Baker s "paste.". Now after two or three weeks this became tiresome. Still took no notice and affected not to. Think the remarks intended for me. Are i hardly know what made me Goin Call on my Friend the jeweler. It was that i had any doubt of the genuineness the diamonds especially Oshe was the has Man who had before valued or. Look sits ring at 70. But it had been so dinner and into my head that they were false that wanted just a formal confirmation of the estimate he had previously formed of Worth. Also of yes said my Friend the jeweler recognize the ring again directly. Want to know what it s Worth ? he put it the Sci Les Well h m about Raeven and Twenty shillings for old he ? said i As Pale As a did t you Tell me it was Worth seventy pounds he answered when it Baa was monds in it not when it has talking the matter Over the jeweler cur suggested that on or. Look getting rom difficulties the first thing he did was to of the diamonds out of his ring and getting their places supplied with paste and the All he had pawned it himself with jew As a paste ring. " Well William Henry Eaid i to myself their the e wed you and the club chaffed you and you May consider tem trod upon after the manner of speak if the worm will turn. In did the jeweler let out diamonds hire i asked he did. Would he have a certain alteration. Frozen which i Sugges-tfx.1piano a my ring i fortnight s tune. He would. And keep it secret. The certainly business was in for the whole of that fortnight i went Uear the club that was probably reason Why my appearance at the was greeted with such Lively Abuit Baker s paste. One would a Efrom recommended to whilst helping a a to keep my fingers out of the believing him to intend some obscure Hill to the gems on my Little Finger. Village. Thought it Lime to open. gentlemen said i for sonic weeks have listened to casual observations which the name of Baker has been Mich associated with paste and 1 p. But have refrained from making any Boyer Mark having been firmly persuaded of could not apply to the industrious thro men employed in the manufacture of very baked bread. Us to it now to me that Mph remark were intended allusion to the ring i Wear a ring i take this Opportunity of informing you which unlike the wits who have amused them selves at its expense a indebted for its brilliancy to they hooted me they heaped opprobrious epithets on the Natue of Baker they laughed and talked to Down. Ill bet five pounds its paste said one. So will i said another. And Andl so said eleven of them. Really gentlemen said i i am sorry you should take the matter so much in Earnest. All i can Tell Vou is i believe my ring to be a Diamond ring and this notwithstanding i will freely admit i Only paid a very Small sum for they laughed and hooted me still More at this admission. They said that settled the question and that it was paste. I told them i did t think it was. Well would i bet i would rather not. Moro hooting. Vat length very reluctantly i overcame my scruples. The name of Baker is a name too closely Allied to the gentle Breed arms four loaves ppr Serjent quartered Crest the Doe Levant to allow it to be wantonly sullied. I bet. We adjourned to the jeweler s. " without ques lion they were diamonds the jeweler decided some of the finest he Naa Ever seen. Lie ought to know As they were his property hired by me for the occasion. Eleven fives is fifty five having established Tho value of the ring and freed the name of Baker from suspicion i paid for the hire of the. Real gems and had the paste stones Rosst in their places believing after All the reputation for diamonds to be As Good As the Possession of them and free from All and let. I was talked about and noised abroad it even reached the Little Back Street where the pawnbroker lived. You should have seen him. Real stones 0 my hearts even to five pounds dead robbery clean gone. 0 my Boolish and Bones not to know that folks Hes do sometimes come and Pawn real diamonds for paste Sho As to have less i Terish to pay for taking care of their rings. O my blessed heart Only think of it he came to me. He Gravelled and wriggled and twisted himself Belore me. He prayed me to sell him his ring again. "0 my Tere mister Baker you must Shell it me or i shall be a ruined old Mansh. The time Wash not out and or. Shmit has come to redeem it and he shave that it Wosh a legacy and if he does not i got it by Shat relay next he will ruin me Sho help him he will. 0 mister Baker think of it Twenty roundish All in Gold solid Money. Now my Tere what do you Shay t thresh a Good Mansh what did i say ? could i turn a deaf ear to the distress of the old Man ? there Are people who might Doit. Gentlemen but not people of the name of Saker not w. H. Baker. I certainly did ask him for More Money. We compromised it at last at Twenty to o ten which he paid part in sixpence and coppers and owes me to this Day. Twenty two nine and seven Pence half Penn and atty he e pounds is seventy seven nine seven and a half. It just paid for the real diamonds for i bought the ones i had previously hired of the jeweler. And had them set in a ring the be of or. Books except that the initials Are w. N. Is. That was the Only time i was Ever swin died gentlemen or. Baker concluded. Chambers s journal. Miscellaneous. The democratic party. An uncalled for attack senator and a scathing of sixty years compared wit record of a debate in the Senate on Tho 18th tilt., or. Morrill of Vermont made an attack on the democracy which was ably defended by or Saulsbury of Dela Ware. " we copy from the congressional Globe or. Morrill of Vermont i have nearly As much Confidence in the rebels of the South in relation to our financial policy As i have in party. I be Lieve they will support the Honor of the country about As faithfully perhaps As i the democratic party and when it comes to the question of the emancipation of the coloured race at the South i believe that of the Southern rebels will be As True if not truer to the cause of Freedom than the ? Northern democracy. Or. Saulsbury or. President the silence of Tho democratic members of this body during this debate has on several occasions met with Anima versions on the other Side. I for myself sir am tired it or rather 1 should say i am tired of of some things which constantly not withstanding our silence have been said to in reference to the party to which i belong. There has not been a single Day since this As debate commenced that some persons. Very Wise in their own conceits have not seen proper to speak in very disparaging terms of the democratic party. We have the heard to Day from one senator that he has More Confidence in the people of Virginia than he has in the democratic party. Do not know what his Confidence in As people of Virginia is but his remark was intended to mean that there i was not much Confidence to be reposed either in the people of Virginia or in democratic party l am exceedingly Sor Ryand that that senator made that remark. Not showing his want of Confidence in the of i million Democrat a the United. States i sir when those two million democrats shall hear it when the Telegraph shall that news to them i am afraid they will i terribly pained i am afraid that they the weep at the idea that Confidence from their distinguished a source cannot be accorded them. Sir it is time iat such remarks i had ceased to be made in the Senate the United slates especially when Noth Ingin is said on our part to provoke them. Who cares for the Lack of Confidence expressed whom does it Hurt president when the party to. Whom senators belong have done As much to Alt the character of this nation to Dia it up to make it respected at Home honoured abroad As the democratic have done for it then it will be time into them to insist upon a comparison Between sell their Parry Ana the demo Brauc Pany sir. The democratic party took the management of your country in hand when the numbered but fifteen state3 and some or six millions of that has Ever been added to Lias l United states has been added by cratic administrations. Of very foreign at foe that has Ever been has been achieved under a democratic on ministration. What has the Republican party done that its advocates should democrats on this floor with a want of Delity to the country or that it should a itself up As the great judge of the demo cratic party its policy and its administration of the country a Brief existence eight or nine years a Laud deluged blood almost every acre of your never freshened with Graves a debt amounting the to billions of dollars a people Earth by onerous Taxa iii. And every sullies guard of civil and constitutional wag set at. De Hance ignored and trampled tart on. These Are its achievements. Cannot look at the history of the demo cratic party and share it with the i tons of the fundamental Law of Tho of which your party have been guilty i during the period of sixty years that in democratic party administered the of tins government it never arrested pastry no not even the humblest american re ten and tried him on a criminal they station except by due process of Law. Trades Man s House was Ever invaded except Home der Legal authority during the whole occurs years that the democratic party adminis in tired trip government not one press was Ever suppressed. This party of yesterday when they came into Power found a Constitution under which the peo ple of this country lived for seventy five e or eighty years in the enjoyment of All the Oit Ivi i Ana constitutional Iid erty they found this Constitution made by thereat and Wise men who Laid the foundations of your government deep in the principles of constitutional Liberty and with out any experience in so great a work they set to work Patching it up until now if the great men who made it could Rise from the dead or descend from heaven. They would scarcely recognize the instrument they had made. But sir i will not unless further provoked indulge longer in this line of remark. It is foreign i admit. To the subject which ought to be the legitimate subject under discussion. I have Only made these remarks because Day after Day we in the minority in this Cham ber have heard denunciations of the party to which it is our Pride and Honor to be Long by gentlemen on the other Side of the chamber. Sir if blows hereafter Are Given blows shall be returned. From the Ohio statesman the full vote on negro suffrage. Below we present the full vote in the Senate and House of representatives on the adoption of the negro Sun rage Amend ment to the Federal Constitution is the Seji ate for 2feqro suffrage messes. Bartram Bell Corey Creswell Dunbar Gatch Goepper Howard Jones Mckinney Potts. Boot. Stimson. Streat or Wade Welsh Woodward Yea Man against euro suffrage messes. Amos Boesel Burt Campbell Cowan Daugh Ert. Ein Mitt. Hunt. Hibbs. Holden. Hub Bell Jamison Leeds lord Prophet win it in i ii net a Veas marked in italics Are those of senators who misrepresented their constituents each of their districts giving a Cic cd majority against negro suffrage at the election two years since. Is the Hoffe for negro suffrage messes. Adair Anderson Bates of Ham Ilton Bates of Noble Beach Blakeslee Bogardus Bowman Bradbury Brooke Brown of Morrow Brown of Washington Cannon Cunningham Curtis Dennis Dickson Enochs Fitch Ford Fulton gets Glover Griffith Haywood Hill of Hill of Ruiton Mill of Hamilton Hitchcock Hubbard Hudson Johnson Joy Kleinschmidt Lacey. Little Mower Munson Parker Park once i Titzell. -. ,.v. To Ficq i pro Van Var Chi 111 iii r to i x. to i Tir n son Wilson of Warren Wing Wolcott and Young 57. 7 in Tho above vote Fulton of Cham sign Joy of Delaware Williams of Ayette Cunningham Bates Hill and Kleinschmidt of Hamilton Williams of Jackson Enochs of Lawrence Bench of Medina Bates of Noble Bowman and Johnson of Stark and Brown of Washington All voted against the expressed will of their constituents the. Vote of Blakeslee is a fraud the fellow not being a member and that of mover of Scioto was Given by a Man not eligible to the of fice and whose majority it is in proof was Given by illegal voters. ,. Against negro suffrage messes. Acker Armstrong Austill Baber Bettelon Baker of Coshocton Baker of Fairfield Ball Callen Cessna Chase Cockerill col by Conklin. Corcoran Devore. Dodds Ellis Gaston Green Haldeman Heller Hughes Kemp Kile Kisor Leohner love Mcvey Marshall Milligan Mott Parr Peckinpaugh Ream Robinson Shirck sch Engeldt Seitz Shaler Shaw Siford. Smith. Soule. Stickney. Stillwell Thompson Waldron Walker Ward Weyer. White Wilson of Wayne 55.-j every than in the negative Well and truly represented his constr treats Yotti to Vodel tji just Ftp a Olyis. The Black list pass them around. The following members of the Ohio House of representatives disregarded the expressed wishes of their constituents in voting Lor the r tee non amendment Wincn sets aside the Constitution of Ohio by authorizing negro suffrage which Eui Frage had been rejected by their own constituents on a direct vote two years ago. They should be included in a Black list and their names passed around for further remembrance. Here they Are Robert c. Fulton of Champaign county 137 majority against negro suf Frage. Thumas r. J f iof Delaware Toniy majority against negro suffrage. Jv1. J. Wylli Milams Ayette against. Joseph Bradbury of Gallia 680 against. A. J. Cunningham e. F. Klein Schmidt George Hill Henry of Bates of Hamilton 4.677 against. We. B Willilams of Jackson county 271 against. We. H. Enochs of Lawrence county 1,673 majority against. W. M. Beach of Madison 470 majority against. Samuel n. Titus of Meige county 58 majority against. Bethel Bates of Noble county g2 majority against. Elijah Glover of Scioto county i 805 majority against. The Samuel c. Bowman and Ellis Johnson of Stark county 660 major Ity against. John a. Brown of Washington the county 442 majority against. Had these members voted As their constituents instructed them the Amend ment would Hawa be a rejected a a f 72 to 40. They have deceived cheated the people. Let them be re Mem Cin. Enquirer. The right of a state to ratify carries with it the right of a state to of the Toledo Blade in arguing that has a right to change front in the question of the adoption of the " fifteenth thus amendment while jew York when or. Adopted and now rejects it has losses its argument on the Tion that a state declining to Rainy sex .11. Of it. Try Ai an. uie Riauo Pic who Urbana trial Tatj action of Luc Lus l Wii Ivy merely refused or neglected to ratify for such refusal is no action at All perhaps it is right. Tut Ohio toot retinue action. The legislature not Only refused to ratify. But m language As Strong As words make it. The joint Resolution which passe you Rej Eclea the l that rejection five Maue the action of the Huegi Maiure Aeu nue. It was not Only a Stern refusal to ratify the but an absolute rejection with the reason Why Ohio could not and would not War to enforce Riegrod flu rage on her own those of other states against uni to a pretend will. And 11 men a min in run Deu and action on a constitutional amendment taunt exhausts its Power then the action of Ohio legislature on the subject Las set is final and it cannot changed by a succeeding legislature is unalterable. If the decision of Congress of and of the supreme court that Ain once acting on an amendment is reversed. Soil and Ohio can change from a rejection ratification then As sure As Dayto aft. A a no ii. A "v1. To Lull Usu Tuoi ice Safe future from a ratification off the Amend Liberty ment to a rejection of it must be counted up As against the ratification and no sophistry you or special pleading can make it otherwise. Ohio statesman. Viola land Arror. An intermission of eighteen the dred yearn Laggini reopens the Pompeii affairs theatre with the child of the regime cent solicits the countenance of the patronage one Citi bestowed on his predecessor. Marquis Quintis Martius Ana promises to no the efforts of that eminent manager. In sixty Dick Yatskis no"7eaiitbul As a his eyes is bot.". In fact he is Public All Over. Chicago times sowing. Are we sowing the seeds of kindness they shall Blossom Bright Ere Lone. a seeds of discord f. They shall Ripen isto wrong. Are we sowing seeds of Honor t they shall bring Forth Tolden Ralu Are we sowing the seeds of falsehood ? we shall yet reap bitter whats or our sowing be reaping we its fruits must see. We can never be too careful a what the seed our hands shall so love from love is sure to Ripen hate from hate is sure to grow Steps of Good or ill we scatter heedlessly along our Way but a bad and grievous fruit age Waits us at the Harvest Day. Whats or our sowing be t reaping we its fruits must see. Seeing eyes. It is fully established that so Nambu lists go wherever they please without hesitation read and write and give ample evidence of a Power of perception Independent of the usual organs of vision. Per. Sons subject to attacks of Catalepsy frequently show the same peculiarity. A Despine late inspector of the Mineral to ters Faix in Savoy mentions the Fol lowing among Many other cases " Only could our patient hear by Means of. The Palm of his hand but we have seen her read without the assistance of the eyes merely wit the tips of the fingers which i. She passed rapidly Over the Page that she wished to read. At other times we have seen her select from thirty a parcel of More than letters Tho one which she was required to pick out also write several letters and Correct on Reading them Over. I 1i. Iii am Amu with her Nuger ends the i mistakes she had made copy one letter Ward for word read intr it with lier Elbow while she wrote with her right these proceedings a thick pasta Board completely intercepted any visual Ray that might have reached her eyes. Tha same phenomenon was manifested at the soles of her feet on the Epig atrium and other parts of the body where a sensation of pain was produced by a Mere touch.". Pei soil who have become Blind have also also been known to acquire the earns Power and Harriet Martineau tells of an old lady who had been Blind from her birth and yet saw in her sleep and in he waking state described the color of duals correctly. In these on is. A.1 an Nana Iko t. Lin us Luger i the i nerves of the so Lafura have the Power of conveying the impressions of Light to that Organ or some special parts of Tho body As the ends of the fingers the Occiput or the Epig atrium assume the office of the or. Clark in hours at Home for february. Touching incident in a school room. Thee Aston a free press tells tha " following Beautiful incident we heard " of an incident concerning the alarm at the school building tha other Day which so Well illustrated the Noble part of Huinia nature that we give it publications la ,2 one of the schools there is a Young girl who is a cripple. It is the custom of the teacher to. Allow her when the dismissed always to pass out first in order that she May escape from the con fusion attendant upon the dismissal of us Many children. On monday last when the alarmof., fire was sounded All Tjsha. School rooms were at one emptied of their contents. A the one where Tho lame. Child was there was perfect quietness and order. All the scholars notwithstanding the noise and apparent danger remained., quietly in their seats lame com ? a pc Euon had gotten safely out and Seel s c from the Rusk when they a."-, bound cleared the room. They thought of i her safety before their own neither High f for themselves Anctil they. A. Her secure Yarm peril.,. Such a display of Opari ideation and kindness we have not Heartl of for Wany a Day and when we remember that., Iti Camo from children it becomes All the. More touching and Beautiful j cure for rheumatism As Many Are suffering with rheumatism i nought coma to nothing Titer Jor your readers than to give them a recipe that i know is Good. In the. Spring and j summer i860, my wife was so Allie old with it that she could not use her right Arm and was unable to raise herself up in bed. We tried Many liniments recipes. Sad medicines but to no Avail. Doctors said nou Vida could be done Only to give i time and let it Wear itself away. One Day a old German veterinary surgeon told me. To take equal parts of the Best Oil of june i per and spirits of turpentine and apply to a. The parts affected. I did so and a a few week tha rheumatism had entirely disappear de m. And my wife was Well. A few weeks after while at a picnic she caught cold and was soon As Low As Ever again did we apply everything that we could get. 1 galvanic batteries and All. We got the above recipe filled at Joliet but both were of poor Quality quite yellow and did no Good. We then got some in Chicago both the Oil and spirits being As Clear As. Pure water and in a few Days she was again " Well and remained so for Over two years. " i would like much to have such of your readers As would like much to have such. Of your readers As Mao use the give the results. To the Public but always be sure to. Use Only the Best Quality of the Oil and " a spirits when trying it the Yerow being worthless to sub serine for the Huu b co. 1870va. And we will Send the Stark county demo crat 13 weeks to one address. For 50 cts. Six months for $1 00. One year for $2 00. Every person should become a subscriber. Specimen numbers sent on application. No postage is charged within the county i reject. The Democrat contains More Choice Reading matter than any paper in the county. I subscribers living our of the county 1 will remember our. Terms $2 of a year in once i Advance. I the Democrat is the Best advertising " j medium in the county because it has a no l larger number of readers than any other n i. Ibid i paper. In m that i the Iron City College is a Model ans a of tuition and has Long been regarded As one of our most successful educational enter could Prises. The faculty is composed of men. Who thoroughly understand their Profe Sion hence it is but natural that the col. Lege should Prosper. Pittsburgh Cironi Cle. S2w4. Agree the red Mark. ,. Citi those of our friends finding the Rex Maroon their paper May know that Eljer. .,., t7p. And if w in rent. 4iiem promptly the Fitak county demo f " crat 6ent to Meir address the our terms Are Cash in Advance. Please respond. " jm26tl". " be Lor it Kest Tacky to new. York give tical a., state message from governor Stevenson to the Kentucky legislature communicating"4-th e to a reconsideration and rejection of the fifteenth amendment Xenia later acis i rtt Jow York was received in the House of representatives with irresistible de " Mons rations of applause is Ohio the men outlier Nasr the women by 40,500 in Michigan by 40,000, and in California by 143,000. Massachusetts has Hun about 36,000 More in new Hampshire the women Ore 6,500 in majority in Rhode Island 5,000, and. In Connecticut 7,800. In new England Asa whole the women arc 48,500 in excels. Equal f the men. Thousand acres of land near Abelene Kansas have been sold to a Sot scotch emigration association. At Glass Gow for $163,000. A number of men Wil st Scotland in feb Ninny and Jive Ink

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