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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 5, 1870, Canton, OhioAre Moat fir i the heart so free. I groceries. --4 volume 36. Canton Stark county Ohio january 5, 1870. Number 30. Coady a Danehy s new York Agency. Will flu Ticu any col the magic comb .p4rniumathair or heard Ort Obrown. It no Khufu Aud us mum Ifim Maul by mad r 1 Addrena. 1 or co., to the working class. We Are now pre pared to fur Isu All Clu i with at Home the whole of the time or for the Ptter Point thus mini new Light and prot tame. Per Tom of either sex Emily can from tuft to per evening and a proportional Mim by do voting their Holti time to the brine. Hoys and girls earn nearly a Mueh a men. That All who Het Thi nut Iuo newty font their add Reft and teat the beside to make this offer. To such a Are not Wel in tried w will need $1 to nay of he Trout de of writing. Full Dartie Lur a i Quahi my pie which will do to commence work on and a oops of Taa i Wop i in Wiart c mr4xion on of the Large and Bat family Towt papera published la aant free by Nudi. Header if you want permanent profitable work add Etta e. C. A Lfan x co., Augusta Maine. Lorillard s Kurocka smoking to Ohaneo in an sex recent article of granulated or Obdia. 1wherever introduced it u univ anally it la put up in handsome Muslin Bop in it mrm Rhu i Start. Pm okla a no Superior being Deli Oft Maui it injure car Cladu . Off Noo Ulo of habits. It i vend Neerav fran West in of the of next took sic Porfi to Yeti Guiod Auu Uii Ginali min or. U 1 Fri Btu Nolc Wiull i it in weight hence it Mil last much unit Tiu i to tits nor Doe. I Ultra. Or Ituna Iko to Agar or lava a at Tutu e. Dilora tit Nelv Marrcil Moer Luiu tips Silver mount to. Aivil i kid in r packet Ciuta Are Tluck in tax vac i Lub Betuu Larto n on Lory Chew int Todaroo. Liis Brand of Fine Cut Chow inn Tolocco Lias no a prior anywhere. It in. Without doubt the Bast chewing tobacco India country. Perl laral s Kanutta 1tt been in torral or in the to Ltd states Over 110 years and till acknowledged the nest wherever . U your storekeeper does not have these article for Sale a Honl t Ket Are sold by Jobu is almost circulars sent on App leation r. T co.,dec8- York. Cil teat Dis Kiiu Tio Ftp metro Putan gift co. A j Cash Gifta. To of r $500,000.evert ticket draws a a Biz. J Chi gift each 40 Cash gifts id. i Loo u to " 5.h10 i too " i a elegant Rosewood pianos Esh to Frio i . 73 to 11. sow inc machine. Co to 170snot old Watt Hea. 73 to 3oi Ca prices silverware 4c, tallied at $1,000, a Chance to draw any of the alive Prinea Forti cunts. The Keu den Cribyn prize Sara sealed in envelope and Well mixed. On receipt of 2.vv ate aled ii Kat to drava without who inc. And sea by mail to any address. The Prift named upon to will a Desaad t to Taka Violder on Palm but of one Dollar friars Are Cut to any address by express a return Luau. Vote will know Woltal your prix is before Yoo Tor it a Azul kill alb Sua uni a or Tui Law Vara no Runks. Our Trona can depend on fair dealing. Kara ascus. We select the follow los from Many we Hae lately drawn valuable Prises and Kidd or permitted us to publish them Andrew j. Burns a Carv miss islam. Walker Ril Timora piano. Jamea Mathewa Letroit John t. Andrews is Vonnah it t Xio Harleston. Plana fit we publish no " Tamea without permission. In or run Raass. The firm is reliable and Deserra their Dee a. Weekly Tribune. Mss t. E know them to he a or dealing y. Heram. My Friend of ours Drew a a manse who h was promptly 1 wily news june hand Tor Oren or. Liberal inducements tour jew. Riata station . Kerr package knee Lopes Eon aids one t Asci tight. " i tickets 9 13 for j 35 for $3 1 10 for letters should be so Dresselt to a Akpik Wilkov m., " " 1u Law Wiir new Vork. Best Cabinet organs a lowest tha Mason a. Los Mia Linnet and metro Aulita n urans am the Best in tha world is Posedly the Alai a. Unanimous opinion of professional Musi tiatia by the award t Titera of . Tau id and Silver med us or Oiler Hii client prenup atus. A Prim thai Industrial competitions within a. Few , Lar Ledllia Uia modal at tie Paris Kex to Airion. And by a Amie very much in Muir than than that of any similar instruments. This Eom Pany Nian facture Only first class instruments. And will not make Heap organs at any Prica or Sutler an Laie rior Lustri Imant to Laar their name. Tsivina i greatly a erased their Faa ill ties Torby Trio Mutru tuition of new machinery and oui Erwina they Are now Makina letter Ork Sosthan Ever before at increased Economy in Cost. Whisk. In accordance with their fixed policy of i Aeu Tift always i coast i , Bev Are so Over aug at Piroa of if Cairo Wor c four octave organs Plain Walnut Rase. Avi. Rive octave of Ricupa. To utile keep 8oud Wal uni , carved und panelled with Fiva top i Swa Jet by a m4iumt, piste try mutant Ali. Other styles in presi Triou. T la Cidra with full particulars draw nire of the ditto real styles of orients. Ana mind Tatur tuition who Ali will be of service to every purchaser of an Organ will sent tree and postage Pait to Auy our desiring them. a Hamlin Ostian co-1 mtr Mont Street Boston my Liro Adway pc t verk. Dcc8-s w prospectus the Best. 1hjtke world the scientific american $1,500 Caiji. For 1s70. $lwo00cash. A vah Tabie Premium for Alt. I stir old plendjd1y illustrated weekly journal of 1 rope in Emenau iii Luve ution chemistry. Arch Tucture Azicri culture und to kurd rat Art Enten Tea Twenty but h year on the first of unitary next Invina a Eircil Guiou fur ,. 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Ably edited illustrated and printed in extra is vie. And minuted to country Village and Eirv the is the paper for l ourself. B Amity and Friend. Be member that it to h Mun tit but the la Tut k vat Kiwi Psi jul Straim Tutti Liat Thith at to title it Fri Riff i a. Of c i t in i t Crit run j Rorr ,uait4m Uii canny form style terms a. Vol. Xxx for he Publ hed in stir Stylo each no ii r six Tom juju my Quarto Snifen of five Colin inns finely und neatly Kirin cd us link paper. A a l Itle Page Index at close or Euch volume. Only $3.00 a Var in club of ten or Nitro. My Aufu i the 7 o ism club. Verv link a l India elements to local Chili nicest including Orr on Hundred Yah thu Yew. Turn ranging in Price from to Ifo Premium list. Show Bill ac., sent free. Crafts. Order in at our risk. Amlresa1. I. T. Moore dec. 41 Pax Kow. New Vbk. Standard periodicals for 11s70 it4ultlijla- i la Lite Lenard cell i co. Yorlli. to All or Siriois of being Well Mjor Mea on the Ireat or the aay. 1. The Edinburgh review Mills is the eldest of the series. In its main 1 feat Iru it Bull follows in tie path marked out by Brougham Jen Rey Sydney sunt and lord hol land i original i Minui a aim nil . 1. The London quarterly review Ushii h Ooi Umi Nucci it a st Vul Iuno with the by Nunilo. R. set in it As a rival to . It resolutely it in site it ii a Viyer in it it entry . .5. The Westminster review he iut Ehue its Ivd volume. Iii Point f Literl nyut Lity this View i idiot rising t4 a with itt Euini to Lars. It in the of f Litu religious item ii. 4. The North British Reni end new in Init Ted thine n Verv High Posi Tion in literature. Beau tel the narrow formalism of him and Partie. It appeals to a Range of Una a niger integrity of Cush Ilion. 5. Blackwood s Edinburgh Magazine a "2 year ago. Tit us Wuthe in it literary und quient. It Pius won u w ule reputation str the divert Rke Telie Titica a Liren it image. f 11 Listii. For any one of the review. $ 4 no per non iii. To Ruby lol tie be Lea a. -. 7 Ift any thu e of the Ite Viea. Loui for any four if the Levi Elm. 1 in for lluckwoo.1 s Lugi Iollie 4 Imi for it Lackwood and one review. 7 in for by icky Tohl and Ziy two of the it Evlewt in no for Blackwood and any use of the t reviews. I ii for Blackwood and four it View. 1 Siscle in moors of a review f i. Single its of Blackwood .13 cents. D i he a i to v flip l s m to notion i. It i r in Janu itry. Clubs. A i Seoul of to nth per temp will Alio Wail Luwi of four or Moro persons to Hen Tho period Odie ils Are but v out a to tree. Postage. Tut pot Itoi on current Nufi Brittion to part of tie i United st Ite i two ont Aher. To the prepaid at the Olieo of delivery. R Buck number the postage a double. Premiums to Kew suhscricer3. Or Rikh Rrelier to and two of the above Odieal for 1m71 will be entitled to receive one the t tar review for a Tux new Hui Isi tit All the Tive May receive Mark Wood or tick of Ortr for it to. Back numbers Smur Ribyn wits by Eyt Ying Early of Tail u in the review from january a to Janu Ary o Deeanna Aleu at half the current Neil inscription Price. Will or a Demunn to , not to t Lubs nor reduced prices for hmm Bers can be allowed rules the Money a remitted Curtt co a. Tiu car. 2o Ean of eur to clubs. The january Humbert will be print from or f Ami have bin Autv which it u Anu Amer regular Ami arty pub Tattu. The Leonard Scott publishing co., Lei st., new Tak Scott Puutio co or a sir Alo the farm Kulii to s Lettitie Praet Ideiil a i culture. He a Twat Rora Rajia. F. K. Iyub Pirstl and the Jiuzo j. P. . Profero Scie Uitile Agne Alturo in l ale College new Haven. Pc Rols. Koyal Octavo. Kino Petcen and . Pee 57. Liy Maiu Pon Pai. Prospectus. 1870, 1870. The the ability of the world a beyond question. Kaleiki n. A Standard we regard it As the Ablest democratic newspaper in the nation. St. Joseph to Herald. The new York world is the Ablest democratic journal in the United states. Cincinnati time. The leaping democratic journal in the country and As Able As it is eminent the new York world. Boston travel ler. The few York world the Best edited paper on the continent is wonderfully Fertile Inoel Bines. Raleigh Sentinel. The f new Lork world the Ablest most influential and moot widely circulated democratic newspaper in the country. Syracuse journal. Tub n. Y. World the world is now beyond question the Best newspaper Etibo listed in new York City. Courier,mich., sept. 25, 1869. We always read the world with Hearty admiration of its Superior ability often with warm appreciation of its eloquently uttered . Worcester eve Nin s Gazette. Those who want a democratic paper will find the world on the whole the smartest most entertaining and com plete new Spear on that Side of the Bouse. Chronicle Penn Yau n. Y. The weekly world a Large Quarto Sheet printed throughout in Large Typo Ana publish eur every w morning has now the largest circulation or any weekly newspaper in the United states with possibly a sin Gle exception. Among its prominent Luht Resare 1. Its very full and accurate Market reports embracing the live Stock markets of new York and elsewhere. 2. Its agricultural department which contains eco week articles on practical and scientific farming that Are of great value to american lurkers. 3. A very full report of the proceed Ings of the Farmers club of to Amer ican Institute is printed in Eack Issue of the weekly world the Day after there Etingoff the club. By this or Rance ment the report appears in the weekly Orlu Ono Weic in Uil Vance or its publication in any Ether weekly paper. 4, a. Portion of me weekly orld is reserved Tor Lamila Reading matter in eluding selected and selected , Waits or Burner and extracts from books and periodicals particular attention will be Given to this depart ment during the year 1870. 5. A special feature of the weekly world is a carefully compiled summary of the Newa of each week. It a made so Complete that no one who reads it can fail or being Well posted on All the important news of the Day. The Semi week would published tuesday and Friday is a Large Quarto Sheet containing All the news published in the daily world with the exception of such local reports As May be of no interest to to of new York City. Its Market reports ire As Lull As As those of the daily Edi Tion and it contains besides interesting literary matter on Friday of each week a full report of the Farmers club. The daily world contains All the Newpor the Day that can obtained by mail and Telegraph from All parts of Ibe world and thorough la Cummuns of All topics or interest. The world almanac for 1870. Tus would almanac for 1s70 will Cou Tain u vast Quantity of political info Mutton of use to every voter and of such a character As can be obtained in no other publication. Terms by mail. We Kelv world. One copy one year $ 2 00 r our copies l year separately Aires sew v Uleu Copie l year soar Utey Auu Reseau 10 us Aud an extra copy to getter no of Ciao. Twenty copies 1 year to one address 22 00 Ami i extra copy to Keller up of copies 1 your separately addressed z7 00 Ami an extra copy to getter up of club. Fifty copies one year to one address 60 00 and tie Sanii wee k a 1 year to getter upon club. R my copies 1 year separately Bourc Sucu go us and the i year to getter no of club. One Hundred copies 1 year one address 100 in and the daily one year to getter up of club. Ono Hundred copies 1 year. Separately addressed i to us and the dully one year to getter up of club. Ski Well world one copy one year 5 4 00 four copies l year Separ Iuey on Len comes one j cur to one Anil an extra copy to getter up of club. Daily world. One copy one year Sio 00 Tine copy one year a us a Univay . In us tub world almanacs. For 1868, lo3, and 1s70. Price Post Pai single Copie. 20 seven copies Post paid 1 o0 directions. Additions to clubs May be made at Auy time in the year at the Azov t Iuo Raies. Chances in club lists Marie Only on request of persons Reoti Vifor club pack Date of subscription edition i onto Nice Aud rotate to which it has previously been sent and enclosing Twenty live cents to pay Lor i Rouzie of due Cobau to separate address. Terms l Asli a Advance Buna rest. Toneo Money older. Bunk draft or registered letter. Suls sen t by mall will be at the risk of the sender. We have to travel Rucj o gen is. Specimen copies posters so sent free o Clia Cje wherever and whenever desired. Address All order and letters to the 35 Park Row n. Y. The Galaxy for 1870. Great attractions article re cured from Charles Reave mrs. Edwards. Richard a rent White. Anthony Trollope Justin m a r til a Park Godwin. Or. J. C. Dalton or. Draper. And Itu the Leinung writers of the int. First. Yours Ella in ii is place.1 it Roade s great Mitory will continue to the Light the readers of the Tisl nov the part of the year 1s70. Part first is now ready la Book form. And will be sent free with the Galaxy for 1st0 n receipt of 5a.w. The Tulio Price. So cold. A now Story by mrs. Edwards a to Boron Susan Steven Law rence Etc. M is. Edwards is one of the Yery beat Feciale Iio Veliath now or Tiu in the Anglian Lau Gunc third. Anthony Trollope will furnish a series of a juror. My. In Viiu u wiil work a entirely new vein. Fourth. Parke god win. One of the Ablest of american writers win furnish a series of noteworthy articles on historical to subjects. Ruiu. Rich Ard Grant of White will continue Hia critical and social essays any sixth. Justin Mccarthy whose skill Ell client inn Iruine writer is almost in Oual Lert. Hast been Gaied on the de slain and will contribute regu Peri Early to the Ais Xiv. Of seventh. To ten Yea a in Kook. Civi Northe inside View of the roman Catholic Czuroh by a Date Kcjr Esastio will be noteworthy series or article to eighth. The scientific articles will be prop Rod by urn. Taiton Ana Draper both enl nent l Hysi Oluf iy4a. Ninth. The of diurnal staff of the Galaxy to now very Hitko and has on it the Best Talent engaged of american periodical , be have arranged for very Liberal clubbing terms with the other der Odieal Yolk. A Sample copy will be sent on receipt of Iwema or e cents. And Roe strata per number is 00 a. Year. Inow in Tell a to subscribe of the a waxy is the Best of american magazines. H 11 de Don 4 co ,49s a s00 Broadway new York. Business directory. Druggist East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Olio. kit i merchant tailor and dealer in cloths Cash Imereda vesting. Keair Valaile clothing a opera. Block Canton Ohio. Saab Cristy Emo Jikit a. Mcgregor it son publishers and Plain and fancy Job printers Empire Block Canton Ohio. Militan Book bind and Blank Bool e manufacturer. A order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind Ery in Harter s Block up stairs. Canton Ohio. It it. Air Ikea. Furniture dealer and undertaker East Tui a Rawa a Street Canton Ohio. Novt Palace a Haas undertakers metallic and All kind of coffin Al ways on hand. Two hearses always in Readi Ness East Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. Own hj1itu,photographer, c particular attention Eiven to copying and enlarging pictures. Oval frames and albums constantly on hand. Rooms in Mathews s Block South Market Street. Canton of iii. Juneia oof j. Ii. Si1aiju dentist office in Hurter Bank Block Canton a stairs. All operations in mechanical de Tisu by performed in the latest and most approved manner. To would Call Especial attention to his Gold filling in which in the words of the late a. Ward he ise colled by few and equalled by a. J. 1m1 1s, surgeon dentist office up stairs in residence on Market Street West Side three doors South of Public Square Canton Ohio. All operations connected with the profession promptly attended to. Decl6 Geo. D. Hal Teit a Piroh banker East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio Kee Eive deposits loan Money buy Good Sil ver Bonds and compound interest notes. Exchange bought and sold. A. Cotier Foud attorney it Law Trump s building Canton Ohio up stairs. French and German spoke. Epl5 attorneys at Law. Canton Ohio office Ever Tor s Bank Harter s Block. James 1ia.ksm. Attorney at Law Massillon Ohio. Office in g harsh s Block up stairs prompt attention Given to All business intr Ilstad to his care. Jyl out Savji. I. Halli. Attorney at Law office with or. Sidhilall Bank Block Canton Ohio up stairs. July4 ceo. W. A of. Cd. F. Schneider. Raff a. Schneider attorneys at Law office in Harter s Block up stairs. Canton Ohio. April of l. R. By Macx. P. A Thomasos. 1iieicce so Thompson attorney at Law Akron Ohio. J n27 g0 . Sci Lalev attorney at Law office in Eagle Block Over National Bank Canton Ohio. June 2g 67 31. Cd. 3icalte4aoit, attorney at Law and general collecting agent Carthage Jasper county Missouri. You it Harvey laigiie13r, attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. To Sclia Effer a , attorneys at Caw office in opera Bouse Block Canton Ohio. . E. Yalu not attorney at Law office in Eagle Block up stairs Canton Ohio. J. Xiv. Mccour attorney at Law and general collection agent Alliance Ohio. Business cd trusted to his care will receive prompt attention. 2tf Joseph Crey Oise. Jr., notary Public office Northeast Corner of Public Square Canton Ohio will attend to drawing deeds mortgages Powers of attorney a. In addition to the English he Alo speak the German and French languages he will also procure passport Lor persons wishing to go to Europe. 31- 1 j. 41. Wilu Abu county Surveyor office in the county recorder s Tobee in the Wikidal building where he can be found when in the City if not any business wanted can be left with Jacob Kaplinger esq., in unto recorder who will Tive due notice to me. The Law Antii Orizes the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any instrument of writ ing he will therefore write Ana mortgage deeds a at fair Price and upon the shortest notice. Canton january 15, Luss. Otto practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in Waii he clocks. Jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly done on Short notice no 2 Eugle Block Canton Ohio. Feus taif Uel big a boo tue dealers in watch we. Clocks jewelry silverware a East Side of Public Square t Anion Riuo. Repairing done on snort notice. J. A. Meyer dealer in american and foreign watches clocks silverware and Rancy Unous Sorl Liwes Corner of Public Square. Canton Ohio. Repairing neat. By expeditiously and satisfactorily done. T. In. L like of Physician and surgeon office and residence on West l Tuscarawas Street next Uoo to mixer Achurch. All curable acute and chronic diseases treat ii. Prompt attention to professional or. Bat irr I. Physician and surgeon office Corner East Tusca or. Canton Ohio. Niay Jiuu w. C dealer in real estate. Dwelling houses for Sale rent or Exchange for City or farming property. Building lots of every variety Price and location for Sale cheap. Monthly payments received Auu Lour year units Given. Office in Liane a Block East Tuscarawas Street no stairs. Novati real estate agent Hane Block Tua Caraway Street. Canton Ohio. A Tinus of real estate Propen Boucht. Sold or exchanged houses Ana farms rented Coal lands wanted to lease or Purchase. Particular attention paid to tie collection claim. Nova tily i. Jeffries tineral agent of the american life insurance com Nav. Or . Muce in Nane Block. Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. Oet27 i31uaage 1iotee. By a Sponhauer at old depot. Guests properly care Tor Auu Unis Nio Eraie. Lotee Louis Ohliger proprietor North Market Street. Alliance Hoine. By Daniel Sourbeck at the station Al unc Ohio. Meal always in Beauine on arrival cars. S i. Choiu hotel c. D. Ely proprietor Public Square Canton Ohio. Jul Iyieta ii. Faivae dealer in millinery and fancy gods no 3 opera House Piloca to. Anion Imio. By met la a teacher of piano Organ and flinging. Orders received at Kiru s Jium aware. Nov.4-3m o livery. Vivion livery Crevoisie s 5th st., Canton Ohio Earnst Middau Gli As proprietors 1y7e have the finest Rirs in the City All v j Iua new and Eood horse. Conveyance on reasonable terms with or without Driver. Nov2-i fan a notary Public. Joii v Rader i notary Public and insurance agent Canton Ohio. Office at the bark county 1 Reagan re office per t Druin. Deed. Mort Kace. Of ii in. U a contract for a aarae to from Europa at the lowest rates a he Isle it the German fire insurance company. Of Cleveland and Otner responsible Rire Ana Luranee a Ocianie. I Ianni financial. Or. Mungen s speech in favor of repudiation of the War debt. Or. Mutagen on the a Atli inst., spoke a the committee of the whole House tinder the hour role. He said substantially that no Man nor party was responsible for his opinions in favor of the repudiation of the whole War debt except for pensions to the poor and disabled soldiers and to their needy widows and orphans. The president s message had followed the line of Bankers and bondholders in respect to the Public debt. He intimates that the president was with the september opera tors in the new York Market and in favor of subjecting the people by the Money Power. The leaders of the Republican party Are governed Only by two motives one is to keep the radicals in Power the other to get All the people s Money they can Short of the Point of forcible resistance. The american people Are made slaves by re publican legislation and the speaker quo Ted Valker and Webster to show the definition of a slave. It is where one Man works and another Man enjoys his wages and that he says is the condition of the producers and it is one to which they would not submit for a moment if the application for his interest was personally made by the Bondholder. He thinks it Ere better if the Bondholder did apply for then it would do away with the swarms of the assessors and their deputies collectors and their assistants and spies detectives and All the tens of thou Sands of Revenue officers who yearly take up and receive one half of the Revenue tax collected for All purposes collected to pay the interest on the Bonds to support Large and unnecessary standing army to feed and clothe indolent negroes through the Agency of that immense swindle called i the freedmen s Bureau to educate Little negroes at school and educate big negroes at gen. Howard s College and for the numerous other useless not to say infamous corrupt and fostering sores of the body he quotes from commissioners Wells and Clarke the statement that not More than fifty per cent of the assessed internal Revenue is received into the Treasury. The people in order to satisfy the claim of a Bondholder for $100 interest in Gold for instance with Gold at 130 have to pay to the tax collector $260 in currency one half of which goes to the Bondholder the other half to enrich corrupt govern ment officials perhaps to enable their to pay the enormous levies of Black mail put upon them by the Radical leaders for election purposes each year. The Public debt in Bonds amounts to about $2,600,000,000, the interest on this in Gold is annually $146,000,000. To pay this interest the people Are taxed twice that amount or $292,000,000 in Iroldo $4s8,000,000 in currency under Radical legislation. The president seems to Lav particular stress upon the Economy of his administration but says nothing about the numer Ous pleasure trips of his excellency and his excellency s Cabinet on a government vessel the Tallapoosa and at the govern ment expense. He save gothic in about Long Branch or the other fashionable Pla Ces of resort where he was wined and dined and distinguished himself in Vari Ous ways nothing about his Secretary of the Treasury or. Boutwell paying a Premium of Twenty to o per cent for five Twenty Bonds which were redeemable in currency by virtue of their terms and of the of july 11, 1s62, known As the be Gal tender and in Clear violation of Section Twenty thre e of the National Bank by which Legal tenders Are made receivable for Bonds and interest on the War debt. He also mentions that Ingersoll s Bill authorizing an Issue of 44,000,000 of greenbacks requires the Secretary of the Treasury to use the same in buying Bonds up at current Market rates. Or. Mungen thinks now is As Good a time As and for the people to throw off these Burthen which have become insufferable. He save the bondholders do not want their Money but to hold on to their Bonds and receive a perpetual interest for the principal which is a mortgage on the lands labor and flesh and blood of the whole people until it shall be shaken off and he declares himself in favor of imme Diate repudiation of both principal and in Terest. He then proceeds to show by historical examples from ancient and modern history that Euch Public debts Are never paid. He cites Greece and re fers to England and France and to Massachusetts which was the first of the col onies to repudiate Virginia following. From the repudiation pamphlet of or. Butts he gives the history of the total failure to pay the Continental Money. How Congress passed Legal tender Laws penal Laws and Laws regulating prices to no effect. At last it was funded at a Hun dred for one and dropped out of life and memory at one thousand for one notwithstanding it had been the financial prop the revolution. Or. Mungen said he had himself tried the Secretary of the Treasury or. Mccullough with a Continental Bill. But he replied that there was an Congress forbidding redemption. Says or. Mungen that was repudiation. But the repudiation of the Continental currency did not retard the growth of this country nor did any of the repudiation mentioned do serious injury to the Prosperity of the nations and countries so repudiating these repudiation affected a few of the citizens of those countries perhaps one m atty thousand just As repudiation Here would but Thev relieved the masses of the peo ple of the burdens of taxation which were in every instance crushing the life out them they knocked the Fetters from their wrists and bade them Hope for the was that " they might be freemen not slaves and enjoy the fruits and rewards their own toil and Energy Iney gave new life and buoyancy to the nations and countries. Be to we proceed now to give the substance of or. Mungen s argument against paying the War debt As we have not space for the literal reproduction of the speech but i am in favor of repudiating the Bonds issued for this debt because they were in nine cases out of ten dishonestly obtained got through fraudulent contracts a because. They were mostly bought for from thirty five e to fifty cents on Dollar and were bought by capitalists this reduced rate by a systematized and unpatriotic course of what i denominate swindling. The capitalists of the country did not Advance Dollar to the govern ment until it was at its last extremity. Permit me to repeat words spoken by and on Thia floor in january last also government struggling for its life i Wall. Street. Brokers looking calmly Onivie i v 1 j. Nov of no ,.,-.j Jav tie enormous Drain upon its energies. Wall Street broker says to Uncle Cam i will you have $400,000 on one or two inning conditions. Uncle Bam wishes to know the conditions when he is coolly informed that or. Broker must have government Bonds to the amount of $1,000,000 for his $400,000, must have six per cent interest in Gold paid by on the $1,000,000, and most be exempt from the payment of All local and municipal taxes and then the notes May be payable in from five to Twenty years. Government must have Money or die and is forced to accept the swindling proposition. Jeff. Davis & co., looking on say a government forced to that condition forced to accept such terms cannot stand Long. Let us Hope. Her capitalists Are doing More to break their government Down than the Confederate forces can do by they were thus encouraged and i feel Safe in saying that if the capitalists had come mania ii up Ana advanced Pineir funds to Aid the government to put Down the rebellion As freely As the soldiers in the Field and the sailors in the Navy bared their breasts to the red flame of Battle the War would not have lasted half Tho time capitalists had the Money to give and As much As was necessary at first but i would not give it until they got two or three Hundred per cent Pront. Due Capit i with one or two honorable except i tons Are fairly chargeable with half the i lives lost in Tho War. The claim that they the bondholders brought the Bonds from Loyal motives is without foundation. The same motive prompted the englishman to buy them which actuated the Wall Street swindler when he purchased. Who will claim that the englishman purchased Bonds because he loved this government he was As Loyal when he was fitting out the piratical Tallahassee and Alabama As when he bought Bonds. They were All purchased on speculation. If these bondholders had never received a cent from government their patriotism would have been fully paid. They have no patriotism. We should not tax the soldiers and sailors who fought nor their widows and orphans on the pittance left to them after their great bereavement to pay those unjust debts. Let us wipe them out. It is not unjust to repudiate these Bonds because the holders have in a Large Uia Joni of i us a ice Ives Iuie my buy 111 i Olu from the government the shape of interest than they originally invested in the Purchase of the Bonds including in Terest on the investment. To illustrate seven years ago a Wall Street capitalist purchased a government Bond calling for $1000 for this he gave to the government forty per cent., or $400. During these seven years he has received interest regularly at six per cent per annul on 1000, the lace of the Bond pay Able every six months. Compound in Terest on $1000 at six per cent will ill seven years amount to $512.56 in Gold which would be in currency. Arlo has been exempted from All local and municipal taxes which at a reasonable rate saves him two and one half per cent per annul and which in the time mentioned amounts on the face of the Bond to $175. Franklin said that a Penny saved is As Good As a Penny earned. Add these items together and they amount to in Gold or in currency $943.84. Now com Pound interest on $400. The amount in vested amounts to in Gold or m currency $302 17, which added to the $400 equals $601,45 in Gold or $702,17 in cur Rency leaving a difference in favor of the Bondholder Over the Man who invests his Money honestly of s86.ll in Gold. Or $221, 67 in currency. If we deduct from this two and one half per cent from taxation it still leaves $16.11 in Gold or $179,67 in currency in favor of the Bondholder. Is there anything wrong or unjust in rep a Outing such a debt the people have paid the Bonds and Are entitled to have them cancelled just As much a a person is entitled to have his promissory note can cled when he pays it up in full with inter est. It is Cross injustice to grind the labourer the merchant the Mechanic the widow and the crippled Soldier to the Earth to pay these Bonds a second time and this too for the sole purpose of keep ing up a bloated and insolent Bandhold Long and banking aristocracy. 1 am in favor of repudiating Una Dona holding debt because it is sapping the very foundations of government Ana to an alarming extent has controlled the action a not. Few fam corps fief to has been i the cause in my opinion to a great degree i of that system of legislation which prompted a thwarting of the legitimate Powers of the supreme court of the United states and of the general tendency to the centralization of the Powers of government in what is now by my Radical friends called the government namely Congress which is again by some called a Rump without charging corruption or venality on any member of the present Congress May be allowed to repeat what the great head and front of Riavic arism the noblest roman of them All the late or. Stevens said in a letter to Friend. That no honest Man could come to con Gress and make any Money but that it was passing strange that some men no were hardly Able to Nav their necessary expenses Atli me would come to Congress and in a few years be Worth millions of dollars. Ii Nis Oversea towing aeon were wiped out t do not think that any Mem ber of the present Congress would be Likely to be tempted. 1 am in Lavor of wiping out tvs Bonadea debt because on it the National Bank cur Rency is based and when it is wiped out. The notes of the government will for time until we can come Back to the constitutional currency at least take the place of these National Bank notes. This would increase the volume of the currency one tenth and no More. It is Well known that Between the Gold interest received on about three Hundred Ana Lorty to o Mil Lions four Hundred and seventy he e thou Sand dollars of Bonds deposited by ban kers As collateral Security for about three Hundred millions dollars of circulation is sued by the govern meet to them and the i shrewd and cunning manipulation of the currency so received the National Bankers manage to make from 24 to 37 per cent on their Bonds per annul in currency. This amounts to about one Hundred Mil of lion dollars and doubles their investment m a Little Over three years All at the expense of labor and entirely All insuring the Benefit of capital. The comptroller of the Treasury says in Bis last annual re of i port delivered to this House on the 6th i inst., that the National Banks loan the people $700,000,000 annually. Interest on this amount at 6 per cent would $42,000,000. Deduct $1,000,000 from that sum As interest paid to depositary it to d leave $41,000,000 Clear. I know of National Banks advertising that they will pay ten per cent interest on deposits six months and they make enormous profits on those deposits. Some have declared thirty seve n per cent annually. Thev receive at least 12 per cent Clear profit which would be $4,000,000 each Vear. Some of them declare dividends of 37 Rier cent on their capital. Some Tlemcen have said that the National Banks like a National debt Are a National bless ing. I do not so understand the matter. Of again the expense is so enormous and comes entirely off of labor while Bond holders Are exempt from taxes that to use the language of the London times of feb. 11, 1868, when speaking of a Simi Lar state of things in England every where Are the weak ground to the dust with taxation to Supply the wants of again the blessings of government like the Dews of heaven should descend on All alike High and Low. Rich and they do not so descend now nor will they Ever As Long As the Bonds remain extant. The the Bond holders pay no tax the poor at lowly the producing and toiling masses pay All. The blessings Are under banking and Bond system reserved for. I 1 1 1 i 1ncn, the curses Anu Ditt Mesa Ana Gery for the labourer. As another reason for repudiation me me quote an English writer s remarks the Stock he a in everything save decency a j appearance of on a Par with the haunter 1117 pm iii. Lie May n be so piece. Ignate himself an Invester but in reality he is a common Gamester. This May be hard truth but it a a wholesome one.". Now the Man who after his country has been forced by such a War As the last one to sell him its Bond for $1,000, with All its benefits and exemptions for $400, and take the chances does it exactly on the principle that the Gambler invests his Money on any game of Chance. There is no loyalty in such a Man. He made the investment for speculation nor should he complain in alter having received More than he invested with interest the government should refuse to pay. It is justly Ana truly Saia that an prop erty and wealth is the product of physical or intellectual if this bonded debt be paid then property or its equivalent which will command property must be handed Over to the Bond Holder in Exchange for his Bonds. The foregoing axiom being True the result is that labor finally pays the debt Over and Over. This a what i object to. Iut 1 Havor repudiation because our government controlled As it has been for the last eight years As it now is nearly entirely by the moneyed aristocracy of the country is paying More and greater est on Money than any individual can afford to pay for its use in any legitimate Trade or business Bix per cent in Gold Nas average Luiey nine per cent m by since the Bonds were issued. This too is without taking into consideration the amount say one half per cent a month or As it was in new York a year ago one half of Ono per cent per Day which the Banks charged additional through brokers. I wish to do away with this swindling arrangement. Repudiation will do away with the swindle. 1 favor the repudiation of this bonded debt because when it is or shall be wiped out when the government Snail have ceased to pay the enormous in Terest and profit which it does on Money and All at the expense of labor it will drive capital into legitimate channels will Force it into investments which will develop the resources of our country build up our shipping and commercial interests our mining and Mineral interests develop and improve the vast water Powers of the nation erect Mills and manufactories fur Naces foundries and machine shops break no the Western Prairies Clear off the dense forests of our new states and liter ally speaking making the wilderness to mos oni As due Rose Ana one Western Prat Ries rival and surpass the far famed Fertility of the Valley of the Kile in the proud est Days of the proudest pharaohs. Wipe out this oppressive debt and the equilibrium of Trade and business will be restored. 1 Appeal to every Man to say who if not the Money Power the Bond holders and the National Bankers control the business interests of the country ? such men As Fisk Vanderbilt t and other men of known wealth Are Mere bagatelles in and of themselves. Sut there is another reason Why the whole financial system growing out of the Issue of these Bonds should be abolished which to my mind is entirely sufficient. It is a deplorable a startling last that to Secretary of the Treasury has More Power Over the fortunes of the men and their earnings than Seward had Over the lives and liberties of the people of the North when he Shook that infamous Bell bankruptcy and ruin were staring thousands upon thousands of honest men in the face. I i ,. U. I 1 i i i. I. Uruci Luia Yunu Auu Muin bad Liciu Nas observed of All observers. Every Eye was turned toward him every Appeal was sent to him for he was the. Only one who under our worthy president had the Power to save he could protect and he could he held the Gold the people s Gold and As Boon As interest or duty prompted he could with a stroke of his pen or by a Click of the Telegraph Stop the infamous proceeding. If the Secretary of the Treasury and our worthy president and All their relations and friends direct collateral and official had not been Hon est under the circumstances alluded to. Now easy it would Nave been Lor the buns of Wall Street to have an arrangement by Wincn the Secretary could Nave controlled the Gold until All of them had amassed colossal fortunes us wipe out the Bonds lest dishonest men should succeed our officials and a Lav such a came As Thev might have played. Gentlemen May and do talk about the Faith of the government being pledged to the payment of the Bonds and the sacred Ness of that plighted Faith. This plighted latin of the government is totally disregarded by the party in Power. I regard the rights of the masses As being Para mount to the rights of capitalists. The Wisdom of Ulysses is hitch la extolled by old Homer in the. Iliad but he never dreamed in All his philosophy of reducing the circulating medium at a time like the present. This scheme will Force men to pay debts in Gold which were contracted to be paid in an inflated paper currency and ruin the debtor for Benefit of the creditor. Let us repudiate the Bonds Ana Stop such iniquitous Ana unjust proceedings. Rreino the year just closing the fire insurance business has not been As prosperous As in previous years. The Premium receipts have been larger but the fires have been unusually destructive. The nine great companies of Hartford Connecticut have All declared dividends however this year and have added handsome sums to their assets during the year. The Putnam which was the Only company in that City that in 18g8 declared no dividend a owing to its serious losses by the Portland fire has divided eight per cent., or $40,. 000, this year Tea jumps from $4so,000 in dividends last year to $660,000 this year and adds about $4,000,000 to its As sets. The Hartford makes an increase of $40,000 in benefits to stockholders and the Phoenix adds $18,000, and piles about $140,000 on to its surplus. The merchants makes a handsome exhibit having in creased its assets Over $100,000, and jumped from a yearly dividend of Twenty per cent to one of eighteen. Tie total receipts of these for the ten months closing november 1, were $6,915,457. The total receipts in 1863 were about $8,099,000, to sum which will be exceeded this year it thought. Who killed Stonewall Jackson ? this question is just now quite an interest be ing one to our Northern friends. The last article we have seen on the subject says that he was killed by Plasan ton s Artil Lery. If the simpletons who discuss the for question would remember when and where it was that Jackson was wounded they would have no occasion to commit such blunders As they do. Though not wishing to mortify too much our Yankee of friends who no Rebii minor in Vin i. The greatest of the Southern generals a. We would remind one and Allol them that Jackson died of pneumonia. He was t Richmond dispatch. Toole the English comedian lately1 visited a fancy fair and was called upon by the ladies to give an entertainment. The he consented and one room was partitioned off to serve As a temporary theatre. At the appointed hour Toole was about enter when the lady at. The door refused to pase him. And he was obliged to Tuv. And a shilling to get into his own to performance. This. recently held a convention the Muscatine Iowa in favor of repudiating the county Bonds issued in order to the construction of certain railways. On there is no subterfuge about the matter of but repudiation pure and simple a of 1 Orous j Auvo Cadieu of Mese immaculate is. Upholders of the National Honor. Poetry. Cleon and i. There is a whole volume of philosophy in the following Linen by Charles Mackay which Many would be Happy to make practically their own i Eon hath a million acres Neer a one Hare i Cleon dwell eth in a Palace in a cottage but the poorer of the Twain a Cleon and not i. Cleon True po9eaeth acre but the landscape i half the charms to me it yield eth Honey can not buy Cleon Harbor sloth and dul Nofs fresh ning vigor i he in velvet. I Richer Man am a Cleon in a slave to grandeur free a thought am i Cleon fees a score of doctors need of none have i wealth surround Cleno fears to die death May come hell find me ready Hap pier Man am i. Cleon sees no charms in nature in a Dainy 1 Cleon hears no anthems ringing in the sea or sky nature rings to me forever bar net t i Trier i state for state with All attendants what would change f not i miscellaneous. Brigham in Brooklyn. Brigham. he looks like the mormon of worship two converts on the spot. In Williamsburg the Morman haunt is Over an Oyster Saloon and is reached by four flights of rickety stairs. Yesterday afternoon the meeting was numerous by at tended As it was understood that Bishops from Utah would address the Brethren. The elders sat in a Semi Circle the Stran Gers being in the Center. The Temperance altar was exactly in front of Brigham Young jun., who is a presentable fellow of Middle height but very slow in manner arid altogether Bovine in appearance. Sometimes his Eye a fixed on vacancy his lips rapidly moving and Hie nostrils quivering. This May be inspirational but it May also be incipient epilepsy. His head is Square his eyes show a Large amount of White with a sort of glazed look and the under eyelid is very full. His lips Are Well formed the lower one bespoke at considerable length slowly at first but afterwards with More Confidence. The substance of Brigham s discourse was abuse of the press. The two other Bishops from Utah a or. Hammond and a Potts spoke also. They enlarged upon the earthly Prosperity that awaited the faithful in Tho Vale of Deseret. The service consisted of singing hymns to funny tunes and a daring travesty of the lords supper. Two seedy individuals pulled. A consecrated loaf into pieces about size Omar Spanish Chestnut with fingers which May have been holy but certainly were not clean. This was handed round by some of the presiding Genii a Dafter. Ward came a libation of water. It was noticeable that when the lecturer Felt thirsty he took a Square drink from the same cup. During the Progress of the elements through the room the faithful Sang verses of an apparently interminable hymn to the air Woodman spare that after the feast two converts were Recei Ved into the Church which was done in the following manner three elders placed their hands on the head of the neophyte county Kerry Man. The elder elder then pronounced a solemn confirmation and blessed him with True apostolic unction a woman with a baby was the other con Vert. She was a Well formed Good Loo k ing woman of thirty five and Brigham youngjun., promptly stepped Forward to assist in the ceremony. New York Sun december 20. Samana. Samana is ours on the 6th of Decem ber the United states Flag was raised Over the town and Bay a Salute was fired by the War Steamer Albany and a Force american troops landed and took formal Possession. Samana Bay is situated on the Northeast coast of san Domingo and is about forty thre e Miles in length from East to West by eight Miles Broad and at its West end receives the Yuna the largest River in the dominican Republic. It forms one of the finest harbours in the world and May be regarded As a most important maritime position in reference to the Trade the Gulf of Mexico and the inter Ocean c routes across Central America both in commercial and military Point of View. On the North Shore is the Small town Santa Barbara which lies in a land Locke d Bay and has natural facilities for repair ing vessels a dilapidated roman Catholic in urn a neat Wesleyan Chapel and custom House. The Peninsula of Samana is thirty to o Miles Long. Its highest Peak sugar loaf Hill is 1,936 feet and Devil s Hill is 1,309 feet above sea level. The soil is extremely Fertile and to a great extent is covered with Timber suited both for ship build and Cabinet Wor k. Also contains Gold Copper and bituminous Coal. The population at the last census was 1.721. The news of the occupation a is Samana by the United states created great excitement among the people of san Dom Ingo and the revolutionary party were Mak ing redoubled efforts to drive ont Baez who had effected the negotiations. Baez declares that he will Annex the whole re Public to the United states if to is forced to that alternative. True heroism. The following particulars Are Given the death of a Wood Sawyer employed by Railroad company at Edgarton 0. The Man was engaged in cording Wood that had been sawed alongside i track and was standing upon the pile no ul111 train was seen at thei 1 mail glanced Imus Ulius noticed i a Large stick of Wood lying upon one the rails and instantly it would seem realized the danger to the train unless stick was removed from the track. Train was then so near that the Man must have known that the attempt to remove the obstruction would imperil his life but he did not hesitate jumping from wooo Pue to the siae of the track close the rail he seized the Billet of Wood a raised it from the ground and was lifting it with his body from Over the rail when to the locomotive struck him hurling and the stick of Wood seme distance he fell to the ground mangled and lifeless there is no doubt that the train would have been thrown from the track had the Billet of Wood been removed and in damage that would have resulted to can estimate loss of property and perhaps of life. Aid the less a Man needs Money the he worships it. Misers Are always peo pie with Small appetites and no Chil Alren. ,. Lynch Law st. Louis Republican of the 17th says our readers will doubtless Hemenw ber a notice of the murder on the 27th ult., of John Carney and his wife in the store in charge of or. A in the South 1 East part of Barrey county in this state and the subsequent arrest of a Young Man named Moore recently from Texas charged with the murder. Immediately after Moore s arrest the sheriff of the county fearing the populace would Rescue and execute Hia prisoner took him under guard to the country where to was held until As was supposed Tho excitement had died out when he was returned to jail. On the evening of the 30th ult., however a Large number of the relatives and friends of Carney armed themselves surrounded the sheriff and the jail and demanded the surrender of Moore. Over powered the sheriff gave up the jail keys when Moore was taken out and hanged to death. Notwithstanding he protested his Innocency to the last there seems to be Little doubt that to was guilty. He waa seen in the store shortly before the murder took place. His hat and his pistol the latter covered with blood were found in the store with the bodies of the victims while he when arrested next Day had on the hat of Carney and also had the litter s i pistol and some $200 in Money supposed to have been taken from the store at the time of the murder. Murder near Hillsboro Ohio. We learn that on thursday of last week Calvin Stroup county recorder elect was shot by one Hook of Salem township and very seriously wounded. It appears that or. Stroup went to the House of Hook and tried to encase him to Hon him Slaughter some hogs. Stroup informing him of his business Hook replied that he would Slaughter him and went into Hilhouse and Irreg it trat shot go n i. 1. I. S oct Ingr me. Guin in to Man a hands Stroup tried to escape but before he was two rods away the contents of the gun were discharged at him and struck tim in the Arm and Side. We learn that new Rrt of sixty shot were taken out of Stroup a Side 1 1 Inazu aim Auu mat Souiers still remain imbedded in Hia flesh. Hook was lodged in jail and to will be tried at the next term of court. I nere has been no cause assigned for Hook committing the or. Or roup is a quiet Enol pensive Man a kind and obliging neighbor and it was supposed that he did not have an enemy in the Hillsboro Gazette. On Donn Piatt in a late letter to the commercial in speaking of the reconstruction by which Georgia As he Saye was reconstructed for the sixteenth time each time it was promised was to be a final reconstruct Iori say s. I. ". 1, there is a toy common among Chil Dren that consists of a grotesque Little figure with Lead in its seat that will keep Itin a certain position. You Tumble it Over you put its head Down and in a few seconds Asaf after reflection the absurd thing bounces up in the Limber st manner. This illustrates reconstruction. So Contr As we sit on the figure or Load it Down with muskets and Cannon it remains pros trate. But the moment we remove the Burden the figure assumes it upright position with the head and seat in their pre destined the Boston Post says that the Radical Senate rejected Hob because he was born and b Ved in new Trisia a mistake. Hob has Only illustrated in his person the state of Man a a thua recorded in Shakespeare to a y he pot Forth 1 he tender leaves of Hope hear his blushing Honor thick upon Armithe third Day Neomea a Frost a killing Frost and when he thinks Good easy Man full sore Rhi greatness a a ripening cups his Root and then he Falls. The by will be six eclipses in 1870, four of the Sun and two of the. Moon. There will be a total eclipse of the Moon Janu Ary 17 a partial eclipse of the Sun Janu Ary 20 invisible a partial eclipse of the Sun june 28, visible Only in Australia a total eclipse of the Moon july 12 a Par tial eclipse of the Sun july 27, invisible and a total eclipse of the Sun december 29, in Europe and Canada. Of Fob 1800 Yeara Jerusalem has been ruled by seventy to o alien Kings and has experienced Twenty thre e changes of government. Under Vespasian the jews were conquered after a terrible resistance. Grecian princes were next the ruler and then the khans of Mecca and Bagdad the tartars the europeans and now the ottoman each in turn has ruled the sacred City. Of last Friday evening about six to two patients of the Cincinnati Hospital named respectively we. D. Clayton and a Henry Meyers became involved in a difficulty of during which Clayton stabbed and almost instantly killed Sevem the wound which was inflicted by a Small brass Handl two Blad pocket knife penetrated the left breast near the breast a Bone and it is supposed the heart was Cut. The murdered Man did not bleed much and in Twenty minutes after he received the Stab the breath left Hia body. The court House of Madison county. 111. Without lock to its door. A jew nights since the clerk of the court discover edit that a vagrant had taken up Hia Quarter in the building and finding the tempera Ture rather cold had made a great fire in of the stove his fuel being the Reorda of the tribunal. He had already consumed a Large number of volumes and was when arrested in his mad career consigning the devouring element the records of the lust term. The fifth Ward school House a Allegheny City caught fire on monday eve ning last shortly after the scholars had been dismissed for the Day and was Burn Edof to the ground. The building was new a Only being dedicated in August last and Cost $64,000. It was insured for $41,000. No the a last stopped a boy who was Trudy incas along with a Basket and asked my Little boy have you got Relig of Ion no mama said the Little innocent i be the the got potatoes the tightness of the Money Market has caused hey Lulua Iane York the the largest of which a. That of d. Edgerton a or co., who made an assignment to a. P. A of Indiana Well know n As a former senator from the the Fiance Ohio District him the half Breed rebels in Prince Ruperts and land British America have tse tved their declaration of Independence. Quite a tempest in a Tea pot. I not the one the Brooks Ewaa sold r three Hundred thousand dollars the other Day to a Democrat. A successful paper is a thing to have in the family. Stak Tok it la stated prevented col n from committing suicide by jumping in the Potomac during a despondent fit

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