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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - January 26, 1870, Canton, OhioVolume 3c. Canton Stark county Ohio january 26, 1870. Number 33. Business directory. C j. C3eigeix, Arrua gut Eutt Ammu Sonst. Cantos. Ohio. To glom Lurry Morahan tailor and Tavalar in cloths Ca Luada mad clothing 4c. Open lock Canton Ohio. Muu Dan out a a. Stour strop k Ron publisher and Plain an fancy Job print a Lupin Block Canton Ohio. Tin Bato. Book Biad and Blank boo Manota Sturar. All Ardara from abroad prompt or at landed to. Hulid Ryia tartar a Block up stairs. Canton Ohio. 1 b. Mccrea. In Ruura dealer and undertaker East Tunica Rawa a Street. Canton Ohio. Nov tif undertaker metallic and All kind of coffins Al. Ways on hand. Two Hearse always in Readi Baat Rua Caraway Street la too onto. Photographer 4c particular attention Kiren to Eop Yin and Enla Alna pictures. Oval Frame and a mods Eon stantly on hand. Booms in Mathewa e Block Mouth Market Street Canton Ohio. June Otho ". J. 11. Us unix Dent lat of Bee in Hurter a Bank Block Canton a stairs. All operations in mechanical dentistry performed in the latest and Moat approved manner. Be would Call Especial attention to Hla void pining in a Man in the Woras of me Lute a. War Tut lae Ceilea to Tew Ana equalled of Al. J. Imjmx4, Harvean dentist Ottle no Taira. In residence. A Market Street weat aide three door month of up Bike Bare. Canton Ohio. All operation connected with the profession promptly attended to. Deib ceo. B. Uak Tek eve 1iro-. I Bankers East Tua Caraway Street. Canton Ohio Beo Eive Deposit. Loan Money. Bur Gold. Sil ver Bonda and compound inter notes. Sex Uhing bought and sold. J. A. Copier Fuji Artemey at Lav Trump building Canton Ohio no Taira. French and German Apo Keu. A put. 8.e in Teit attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office Ever har tar a Bank Harte re Block. Nov3 by James ii am Mil. Attorney at Law maa Aillon Ohio. Office in o Barsh s Block up stairs prompt attention Given to ail business entrusted to his care. By it Iota in 31. 11. Ii ail. Attorney at Law office with or. Siddall Bank Bleak Catoo Ohio up stairs. July so. W bad. N. R. Scox bibs. Jas Vyff pc st Mel attorney at Law office in barter Block up Taira. Canton Ohio apr lift k. T. Muses. ,. A. A. so. Non Roux attorneys at Law Akron Ohio. Jr.nzt9. Y m. My Aall by attorney at Law office in Eagle Block Over National Bank Canton Ohio. June "i7 7 m. Sucu Revoit Artemey at Law and general collecting agent Carthage Jasper county Missouri. Ocull a Ute aug iii attorney at Law notary Public Alliance a. Lva Ach a taut keys at Law Fooce in opera hone Block can Soa Ohio. Uka i. B ild1v1.1, attorney at Law Offley in Eagle Block of Taira Canton Oulu. J. Xiv. Us coup attorney at Law and general collection agent ail Lance Ohio. Business entrusted to his care will receive prompt attention. I of Joanni Cue Oue pub lie office Northeast Corner of Public a quark Canton Ohio. He will attend to drawing Deeda Mortgu Ipie Powers of attorney. A in a oltion to the a glue he Alao Apaka the German Aad French languages a will Alao procure passports for persons wishing to go to Europe " re. O. Hii Viaud Canty bar Wyo Offley in the county recorder s offer in the Wikidal building where he Ean be found when to the Elty if not. Any business mated Ean be left with Jacob Kaplinger taq., Foamy be order w to w ill give d be notice to at wait Horiace the county Surveyor to take the of any Roa frument of wrap ing be will tie Reform write and acknowledge agreement. Mortgagee Leede a at fair Price Aad Apea the shortest notice. A squib january is Leatut. Otto part local watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in watches clocks jewelry Aud silverware re pairing neatly done on Steirt notice no 2 East Knock. Car ton. Ciao. Flu it Detoli Bro tue rur 1b Wathea. Clock jewelry silverware to. East Side of up Bike a Mare Canton Ohio. Beau tag Don of Short Douce. I. A. J1e1ek, i 1 dealer la american and foreign watches clock re liver Are and fancy Good Northwest Corners pah ii Houar. Cancun. Ohio. Repairing neatly expeditiously and satisfactorily gone. T. It. Rain wins st. I Llyial Visinand bit Geoa ogee Aad res Denoe on u. Iwans Street next door to lutheran Church. Alt durable Scute Aad chronic disease treated. Prompt attention to professional j. C .11. M,u4.a and bin aeon. Office Corner East Tusca rawas and Walnut streets v Lute baiter e Nar. Canton Ohio. Rayi a uhf " it. A dealer in real estate. Yelling houses Tor Sale rent or Exchange for Elty or farming property. Sci Leo a q lots of every variety Price and location for Sale payments received and four years twin Given. Oryce in Hane a Block fut Tuscarawas Street no Stair. ?6tf l. T Jeff item heal estate of caul. Inane Block Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. All Aina Soi real estate Pri Iony Alai kit old or exchanged houses Ana Kurma Irvn Ted Coal lands wanted to irate or Purchase. Particular attention paid to the collection claims. Lovs roly l. Jul Birja Ese aeral agent of tha american life insurance company of Philadelphia. Once in Han Street. Canton. Ohio. Occ7 Lilia ii Oxel. By a Sponhauer at old i spot. Greets properly cared for. And Bills moderate. Tansy la Chi Jacundo ii i Lonia owl sir. Proprietor. North Market Treel Auriac Kupisk. Y tto Alet Beer Check at the station ail lanes Ohio. Meals always la Reading a of arrival e try. To i u . D. K3jra proprietor Tuulio Square. Canlon Totua. July o ii. Falur dealer la Mulinary and Nsncy o a Els so s opera House Block. Canton. Ohio. Jail if fun. A. C1xwux, to Arhur of piano or Iran and singing. Orders at Kirk s music stare. T i. Invest. I Union livery arc Boivie a lot 3th Canton Ohio Earnst Middau Gli 1 proprietor. --1t7x have the flee Rirs to the City All v v inc new and Rood horse. Conveyance set o Reese Paul Issaa with r without Driver. Asm stif k Start Public. Joil Rabes notary Public and 1txtcttt a Kurt a cd to All a j jul ton Ohio. R Vic .1 in i. R 1 1i Wist attend to draw Uia deeds Aorta Kairae. L ers st attorney make contracts for pass to " Croaa Shire is la lowest rates eve tie la a its at of the Peru Ian fire insurance company. Of Cleveal i. And Otter rape sensible fire Aad .taantraes?oew4npsnie. Marliss correspondence. Industry As a Means of transition from social isolation and antagonism to Concord happiness. By e. P. Grant. Number in. Attractive Industry its possibility and preliminary d. Tiaa eel. A the last number i adverted to the possibility of rendering Industry attractive and entered upon the consideration of the conditions which attractive Industry indispensably requires mentioning How Ever Only one namely that the labourer be placed in such relation to his work As to feel convinced that its product is All his own that no part of his earnings Are against his will wrested from him by any Means whatever whether open or disguised. It was remarked that this convict. Tion a scarcely possible when the labourer is recompensed by fixed wages measured by time and that it is most Complete when he works strictly for himself As in the Case of Farmers on their own farms and mechanics in their own workshops. In this connection piece work might have Beon cited As labor paid for according to its efficiency in production. And the in stance would have been in Many respects a fair one for it is found that this Mode of remuneration secures Diligence More effectually than wages proportioned to time and i have no doubt that labor seems less tedious and repulsive in the former Case than in the latter. But in piece work As it is usually performed there Are false ele ments. In the first place the labourer is not directly interested in the Quality of his work except to get its results counted and paid for and hence is not directly stimulated to aim at the highest attainable perfection. Hence the system is not Well adapted to those Indof work of which the defects Are not pretty easily detected. In the next place the employer always seeks and subject to the risks of business Al ways obtains a profit on what he pays for piece Wor k As Large As on what he pays in any other form of wages. He never in tends to pay in the one Case or the other so much As he expects to make the work Worth to him. It was also observed in the last article that while rewarding work according to the value of its product is a fundamental condition of attraction it is neither the most dignified nor the most powerful incentive to labor under a True system of Industrial organization. 1 proceed to the consideration of other incentives. Ii. A Well known and powerful stimulant to human act icily is rivalry or emulation. Men have availed themselves largely of Inis incentive in Pineir amusements especially in their athletic sports and pastimes but have never attempted to apply it to any considerable extent and systematic ally to productive Industry. This is per haps somewhat strange As its influence becomes very apparent whenever men Are in any Way brought into Competition with each other. We see examples of it where individuals compete each with each in a foot race in skating leaping or lifting or where one or More compete with Many As did the runners wrestlers and charioteer in the olympic games the great National contests of Antiquity in which the noblest and wealthiest of the greeks were eager participators. In fact this stimulant begins to act in a rudimentary manner where one Only runs a race alone As the phrase is against time or. Tries to show now touch he can do in any sphere of Effort whatever. But it oper ates with its True and Normal Energy Only when numbers distributed into bands or companies Are so organized As to be in rivalry one company with another to accomplish a purpose in which All the feel a common interest. Matched games of Ball and other athletic exercises and All trials of strength or agility in which considerable numbers participate and being organized into opposing groups contend with each other for Victory fur Nish cases in Point As do also competing fire companies in Mutual rivalry direct ing their efforts to the common purpose of extinguishing a conflagration. We some times Bee teis incentive operating on a grander scale when Tho companies regiments and battalions of a great army competing with each other in feats of Dar ing against a common enemy Are Tea to Annie yemenis which seem almost superhuman and which history records for the permanent admiration of Mankind. But the most marvellous of these docs of military prowess Are performed under the influence of this incentive combined with that of sympathy which follows next in our enumeration indeed except where the stimulus of emulation often operate if not feebly yet so Unworthily As scarcely to Merit our beet of Tho examples we have cited Are however imperfect Aud rudimentary Mere hints As it were by which nature suggests to human intelligence the True path of Progress. In the Case of an army Tor instance the rigorous discipline which the soldiers is subjected and the Blind obedience he is bound to yield commands which must be arbitrary and May be tyrannical renders its organization efficient As it is in Many important respects a false and feeble one compared with that which will give life and vigor to the Industrial armies of the future. 111. Another Sti Kuhnt to activity per haps less understood but certainly not less powerful than the preceding arises from sympathy with restating from similarity of Taiste Chaunac Teri aim. We find happiness in associating with those to whom we arc attached and with others in those pursuits Ana Aims Wincn Urey Ana we concur of f Loving. And where affection for tors conspires with emulation and com Bines individuals into groups which be Ingin full sympathy and Accord among themselves Are in Active rivalry with other groups similarly constr toted competitive stimulus elevates enthusiasm to the highest pitch and Eacle. Incentive make the other act with greatly augmented Force. The new incentive which thus added to the feeling of rivalry has Ita basis the interest Wincn Eaon Feela in the reputation and Success esteemed associates and Tho desire commending Nima Elf to their regard As worthy and efficient worker in a cause which he and they Are alike these contrasted impulses Are made unite and act harmoniously and energetically by Means of organization by which a meant a combination of Una face parts adjusted to each Ether in an organism to concur in effecting a common purpose b reciprocally Len Tua one to another distance and support and thus by Means of a concert of forces of pointing in same direction effecting results of which the detached parts acting separately be be utterly incapable. In other words to consists of a harmonic co or i nation of elements into one United Snoie in such a manner As by concert of action. To make More efficient than is otherwise possible the divided forces of each several part and by reason of the combination of numbers which it requires Man become in the future As social in his ductile labors As he now a in his festivities and will find in Industrial intense social enjoyment than can scarcely Ever command at present a 1 1 circumstances me most Lavora Blesi must confess myself embarrassed i. I to Noltin to nah in Cliris i a cult r t a to Mir i a t., 1, wu1kiu t a Muir " 1.1 11 i us 1l3 also and Tance demands. Une resource ret remains of which i Avail myself As Well As i can life la Appeal to example the social dunce a Laruel stimulated. And owes Many of its attractions to this i. I -. N l i re Diu Iichi in mini. X be pie usurps of me dunce Are indeed la rail due to the Cor Respondence of the measured harmonies of motion to Tho measured harmonies of sound and Tho artistic dunce of the stage which May be so exquisitely performed As to excite enthusiastic admiration ha3 Little to recommend it except the perfection to which this correspondence of Harmo Nies can be carried. But in the social dunce affection for associates that is the Paris Ariy Wincn though it be but a pass ing and temporary one is sure to exist in greater or less degree Between Many of of those who Are thus brought successively into Contact with each other is an important element without which the Ordinary dances of the parlor and Ball Roo m would be spiritless and tame. But the dance furnishes us but an imperfect example of this incentive which by reason of the complexity of human impulses is manifested under such diverse forms that it scarcely Ever exhibits itself without a Large admixture of other ele ments. In its lower Tonus it enters in a sensible degree into those associations which men sometimes form for purposes connected with the common welfare where without expectation of any Reward except the consciousness of benefiting others they undertake some Enterprise relating to Public roads Public Schoofs r other Public purposes in which their neigh Boring fellow citizens have All a common interest. In some of its higher forms it manifests itself As a sentiment which is not Only the noblest but is also the most energetic which can actuate the human soul. In one of these higher forms it takes the came of patriotism and becomes that spirit of Devotion to our country of which history furnishes so Many signal examples. Elevated to this Point it is the sentiment that a produced a few years ago in our very midst that wonderful up rising of a great people which those who witnessed it can never forget when re Bellion inaugurated intestine War within our Borders and threatened the very existence of our beloved Republic. It is the same sentiment which Ages ago animated Leonidas and his immortal spartan band the three Hundred intrepid defenders of the Straits of thermopylae who devoted themselves to certain death to stay Tho March of Persia s invading hosts. In its highest form it is the True Relig ious sentiment which however has been As yet but exceptionally manifested in human history partly because it is in a immature and undeveloped state and partly because the conditions most favourable to its manifestation have never yet existed. In this form it is the sentiment by which Man aspires to make the universe his country cherubim and Seraphim his companions and Universal space and time his Field of action. When exalted to its utmost height it excites a craving for Fellowship with superhuman beings for association and with higher intelligences than those of Earth. It kindles a patriotism More Sublime than that of Leonidas and inspires a heroism of a grander Type because its sphere instead of a narrow Peninsula is the boundless realms of Universal being. Under its in fluence the Martyr braves the terrors of the Gibbet and the than betray a Trust which Heale Ems sacred because committed to him from on High. They a Aluminate the Martyr and Tartu in the Lustre. Of his Crown who charge that his valiant endurance of suffer ing is due to the near Prospect of those eternal Joys to which he believes a cruel death to be his passport for he Only de serves the Martyr s Meed of Praise who inspired by a sense of communion with the celestial Hierarchy above him forgets or remembers Only to despise All personal considerations. He Only is the truly no ble Martyr who refuses to Compromise the truth which he persuades himself came Down to him from heaven and exults is the blazing faggots consume his flesh be cause he imagines that he thus makes himself a worthy with Angels and archangels in vindicating the Insul Ted majesty of heaven s almighty King. Thero is no aspiration of the. Human soul which is not destined to be fully and abundantly satisfied and to a height of fruition surpassing its most glowing anticipations. But i can Only throw out the hint at present and can but faintly Hope that i May at some future time be Able to explain this inspiring truth by an exposition not unworthy the dignity of the theme. It matters Little however what any one individual May fail to do for Sci ence is preparing to reveal to Man his True relations not Only to his Brethren on this planet but to the dwellers on other plan ets and to the More exalted intelligences which inhabit suns & other globes of higher rank than ours with whom human Ity is to become fraternally associated in the maturity of its development. All this and More science is preparing to unveil to human View and by this Means to construct a system of theology consisting of Plain and indisputable truths which will dissipate the fancies and fictions on which the religious sentiment of Man has hither to been fed. R in thus referring though in an obscure and manner to the future destiny of Man i have soared into regions of thought which my purpose did not strictly require me to enter. It Isbert upon us to descend from this Eleva Tion to the modest level of common hence. I the affectional sentiments of the human soul Are incentives to action which have wide Range and being themselves com plex and intermixed with each other in varying proportions Are manifested under a prodigious variety of forms. One Char acteria Sicto which distinguishes them de serves to be constantly borne in mind that they command greater respect in proportion As their scope a More Universal that is in proportion As they embrace larger numbers within their Range and exclude fewer from the Circle of their Beneficence. Thus the impassioned ardor which impels an enamoured pair to conjugal Union though it May stimulate each to great efforts for the other s Sake is but one re mover from pure cel fishnets and acting its own narrow sphere it is utterly regardless of All external interests and of Tenin remorselessly sacrifices the happiness of other to the merest caprices of a favor Ite. Parental affection extending Overin Field scarcely More enlarged a a fruitful source of wrong and in Justice to those without the family Circle often aggravating for the Sake of children the frauds and extortion of Trade and the cruelties of servitude. Yet men Honor efforts made the for the purpose Fly doing Good to others even to one other in certain cases Honor rises to admiration when the Good is done to multitudes excluding Tew Ana Admira Tsionis reaches its highest Point when the for human Benefactor imitates that All Embra cing divine Beneficence which exclude of of none however lowly or even debased an s esteem from Ita providential care. A to same subject to be Costi sued. To Between four and five o clock on Satur Day morning a Stone Wall one Hundred so feet Long and thirty feet High in the rear As of buildings on third Street West of Elm Cincinnati fell towards third Street build As Ings crushing six kitchens a woman named heme was making a fire in a Kitchen the and was caught and held by the till liberated by her husband. To d leg was broken in another House seven years old son of Andrew Descalso was killed in bed a heavy Stone falling him. There were two girls in the same bed one slightly bruised the other unhurt. The Wall was owned by b. Mackentepe and has been considered unsafe for years. The great rain Friday night the immediate cause of the pro Bradford brother of Milwaukee one the heaviest dry goods houses in the North West he failed on 1 riday. A Deal cation in one of tha employees is alleged As cause. They offer to Settle at fifty to on the Dollar. In. Be Vurnor Durkee of Utah died at Early saturday morning of pneumonia. His remains will be taken to Wisconsin. Congressional. Congress. Great debate in the Senate on the Virginia Bill. Washington january 19, 1870. Senate. The president submitted there pert adopted by the late Louisville convention in Lavor of the Bouthern Rachic Railroad. Several petitions for the abolition of the franking privilege were presented creating considerable discussion in which messes. Drak Conkling Ramsey and Howe favored the object of the petition and Thayer expressed the belief that it was improper for the Post office depart ment to undertake to bring about Legisla Tion by the circulation of the grossest mis representations of facts in the shape of circulars to postmasters looking to the purpose of the petitions. The petitions were referred. Or. Patterson presented a memorial intended to Call the attention of Congress to violation of the Revenue Laws whereby Large quantities of merchandise were smuggled into the United states by a class of swindlers and hoi 83 thieves who infested a portion of the territory which includes the City of Matamoras known As the free Belt. The loss of Revenue to the United states by this unlawful traffic was estimated at $1,500,000 to $3,000,000 annually. Offi Cial correspondence had resulted in the refusal by the. Mexican government to abolish the free Belt and some remedy for the evil was now imperative. In View of its importance he moved that the memo rial be tabled and printed which was agreed to. The Virginia Bill was then taken up or. Norton continued his remarks commenced yesterday in favor of the Bill. Or. Morton Rose to Correct a state Mant made by or. Norton that a military commission was now in session in Georgia to pass upon the qualifications of members elected to the legislature. By the terms of the act of Congress the military com Mander was commissioned to pass upon the qualifications of those who were to take seats in the legislature. General Terry had appointed certain persons to take evidence and communicate to him the result of their investigation they were not appointed to try any one but simply to obtain information in order to prevent persons not Quai ined to take the oath required by Congress from committing per . A Ukiu n said his complaint was based upon the interference of the military commander with the civil administration in the state of Georgia and he believed the telegraphic dispatches of the press furnished sufficient reasons for an official in Quiry by the president of the United states into the affairs of Georgia and other states of the South. Be thought it Unbe coming in the Senate to discuss the imposition of fundamental conditions upon a state while these infractions of Law were being daily perpetrated in its name. The newspapers this morning contained information that gen. Ames had been elected United states senator from Mississippi yet this Man was not even a citizen of that state but by virtue of his position As a Uene Rai of the United estates he was enabled to control and manipulate the state elections and Ita civil affairs. In regard to the imposition of fundamental conditions he believed the Effort now made was Only calculated to enfeebled the Union and Post Pone the Day of reconciliation and he in treated senators to return to their ancient principles without adherence to which no tree government could live. Or. Wilson said various memorials had been introduced during the present discussion which the judiciary committee had had no Opportunity of considering and that the House Bill had never been before the committee and he therefore moved to refer the Bill to that committee. Or. Trumbull appealed to the sen ate to dispose of the Bill upon its merits in order to take up other important Meas ures of legislation upon which the Public interests urgently required prompt action. If a majority of the Senate had determined that a state which had complied with All conditions should not be admitted let them say so. Directly. The time of the Senate Haa been consumed by the hour in discuss ing the character of a is tickle individual the governor of Virginia but it should not be forgotten that the Senate confirmed for of fice not Only those who had made speeches against the dominant party but men who had shot Down our Brothers in the held. If the understand g was that no such Man should take part in the new state govern ments of the rebellion it was a new under standing for All previous legislation had been framed with a View that rebels should take part in the new government. The states already reconstructed were admitted on this basis. Or. Sumner said he was not in favor of the action proposed by the senator from Illinois who would admit to the Union state still smoking with rebellion. He asserted that the Tate election in Virginia was a huge fraud and that the people had voted for gov. Walker for the purpose pm battering the state and through him nullify the new Constitution and trample out the proposed system of free schools. After further discussion or. Morton favored the amendment of the Bill so As declare specifically that the adoption of her a Constitution As a whole in go6d Faith was a condition of Virginia s admission. Such a provision would be preferable to or. Edmunds s amendment because of its More general character for it would prevent nullification of any particular part of the Constitution particularly the common school provisions and that relating to the school fund. Tie would have Virginia appreciate the fact that a violation of the terms of admission would compel Congress to Deal with her that by the simple act admission the mate did not pass beyond the control of Congress. If the people there understood that Congress was Earnest there would be ample Security All Loyal people in the state. Or. Howard inquired As to the Means by which a remedy Tor a breach of the condition would be applied. Or. Morton replied that he could a undertake to any now Bat when the proper time arrived it would be for Congress determine the character and extent of Dree. This had been the course adopted with regard to Georgia which after re construction had been remanded to former state. Or or. Drake declare his opposition the admission of v Igama while the Teeth amendment was Atill pending. Therefore moved to postpone further consideration of the. Subject until febuary to Isth. The Senate voted on the amendment in or. Edmunds to Reboiro the imposition an oath upon state Othera that they eligible under the fourteenth amendment Wincn was agreed to yeas so nays to. of representatives. Or. Paine had read a letter from b. Hale of Cleveland Ohio protesting against the Burden of taxation and stat ing that business there was dead enter prise paralysed and a Strong under current setting in against tace. Administration her the matter of taxes. The people were boy ing ground to powder and that if the Ture brought an explosion it was not to on wondered at. Or. Kelley made a speech in to that of or. Dawes yesterday. He that the chairman of the committee two appropriations had been pursuing a was in the Manger policy and had been taking an unfair Standard of comparison when compared the estimates for this with appropriations of last year. Of or. Dickey replied to the speech it Dawes charging extravagance Onby administration. 1 he estimates made the merely to execute the Laws of Congress. The increase of $49,000,000 which Thegen Leman spoke of yesterday included 000,000 for pensions. Was the other of the Avenue responsible for that the Treasury department responsible the $6,000,000 increase in its estimates caused by the expense of Public buildings ordered by Congress pos offices in new York and Boston and other buildings All Over the country ? it was not for administrative officers to nullify the Laws of con Gress by refusing to execute them. He said that $531,0u0 of the increase was in the estimate of the congressional Printer. Were the departments responsible for that ? Congress had authorized extravagances and should take the responsibility of them. Ninety thousand dollars of the increase were for the payment of judgements of the court of claims. If Congress did not want to pay such my gents the court should be abolished but they should not be charged against the administration. Then there was a general deficiency of $4,000,--00 0. The gentleman from Massachusetts should not Nave drawn the comparison he did Between those estimates and the last estimates of Andrew Johnson s administration because the latter were to apply to its successor and because the estimates for the 4ast year of Andy Johnson s administration were $372,000,000. And its actual expenditures $325,000,000. He would go As far As the gentleman from Massachusetts dare go to Cut Down Public expenditures. It. Was a Gross mistake to make the charge of extravagance against the other end of Avenue. Economy should begin in the House. These appropriations were Usu ally and general la created under Lawn. De by Congress and not at the solicitation of the other end of the Avenue. They should strike at the Laws and not change Mieir own sins upon their servants. The morning hour expired at two o clock and the Bill went Over until the next morn ing hour. The House went into committee of the whole or. Myers in the chair on the pension Bill which appropriated for army invalid pensions s9.s37.000 revolutionary pensions $96,605,62 nary invalid pensions $147,163 Navy pensions of widows $334, 470 total jp3u.i the Bill was then Laid aside to be reported to the House and the committee took up the West Point Academy Bill which appropriates. S315.269. Adjourned. Washington january 18, 1870. Senate. Or. Nye repeated his belief that the Ood Faith of Congress required the unconditional admission of Virginia. Or. Drake asserted his distrust of the Virginia legislature and insisted upon the imposition of fundamental conditions As a Means of enabling Congress More readily to Deal with Virginia if she should prove treacherous to the con Deco which might be reposed in her admission. Or. Biji Warior read a Telegram announcing the ratification of the fifteenth amendment by the Rhode Island Legisla Ture and said if Virginia were admitted 6he would Complete the states whose votes were necessary to make the amendment part of the Constitution. Or. Norton delivered a Lent he speech in review of reconstruction Legisla which he incidentally stated that a military commission was now sit Ting at Atlanta to determine upon the qualification of members of the Georgia legislature Ana were exercising an authority equal to that of the Queen of great Britain. Or. Edmunds said if the statement was True the authority of the commission must have been received from the Queen of great Britain for it could not have been received from the president of the United states or from Law. Or. Norton replied that the fact was As he had stated it and said this was but one instance of the unlimited and Unwar Rente d use of Power in the South under acts of Congress which were practically de 4 30 or. Norton yielded the a motion to adjourn. Chronology of 1869. Some account of the events closing year history of the old and the new in Brief. January. 1. 1,000 persons paid their respects to president Johnson the Tunnel under the Chicago River opened the sixth anniversary of tha emancipation of slaves celebrated at Boston Twitchell found guilty of murder at Philadelphia directors of the Bank of Overend Gurney a co., arrested in London and held to bail the emperor Napoleon receives the foreign ministers and Speaks confidently of peace in by Large Are in Philadelphia loss $150,000 extensive conflagration at Bangor Maine loss $250, you the Hon. M. W. Bates United states senator died. 2. I he White House at Washington caught Are. 4. C attain Usener Al Dulce arrived Ata Havana from Spain and took Possession of the a government. 5. Governor Hoffman delivered his of message to the new York legislature the legislature of Ohio convened. B. I Rovenor Stevenson s message submitted to the Ive Tucky legislature the Pennsylvania Michigan Missouri North Carolina South Carolina Maine and Massachusetts Legislatures meet. 7. The Cincinnati Hospital completed dedicatory ceremonies held the statues of the Queen of Spain removed from mad rid the Captain general of Havana issues Hia proclamation general Rous seau died at new Orleans aged 49. O. Jonn Jamo boots died at Culpepper v Vrginia aged of years. V. Conference held in fans on the dispute Between Greece and Turkey. Ii. Tremendous Snow storm m Ken of Tucky Childs of the Philadelphia Iealer banquets Longfellow at Rome. 1z. Accident on the Panhandle Road two men killed the Steamer Glide exin plodded near new Orleans ten lives lost for Steamer Gulf City dashed to pieces on the Carolina coast Twenty to o lives lost. A. Large Are in Philadelphia losa$300,000. 15. The Hon. Thomas m. Key died two accidents on the Erie Kail Way the Alabama claims treaty signed byte Johnson Ana Clarendon. 16. The turkish ambassador withdraws from Persia. Her is. Supreme court decides that certificates of in deftness and greenbacks Are exempt from taxation the French to Chambers opened with speech from the if throne by the emperor numer Euhe murders in Arkansas by the negro Mili tia. 19. The Copper Tariff Bill passed the Senate governor Brownlow issues of of proclamation and Calls out the militia i Tennessee the Spanish elections show Are an overwhelming majority in favor of monarchy. 21. Large fire at Ottawa 000 the Prince Royal of Belgium died. 21. Beauregard has Hia property sur rendered to him by the government. 14, extensive fire in Cincinnati several firemen mired. 25. Pickens of South car Olina died. In 26. Earnest Jones the noted chartist ber and Radical died. Fur Kerro of terror in Havana be i Ere and fighting in the streets 29. The sex i of Hanover property con stated the archbishop of Burgos said in Spain arrested fire at new Albany on loss $05,0ck Lynching and dog North Carolina. Shocks of an Earth quake in san Francisco. He so. Boutwell s amendment forcing the negro suffrage on All the of states passed. February. Were 1. Water dam busted at Danbury Conn. Houses were swept away and fam Ilies were drowned property loss $100,000 distillery destroyed end fire in new York loss $120,000. Was a. T teen lives lost of a Nova at Bethel for Conn. 3. Disastrous fire in st. Paul. Minn loss $125,000 the Paris prot Tinl ejected by the greek ministry and they resigned. 4. Or. Archibald Campbell enthroned As archbishop of Canterbury. 5. Marquis Moustier died in Paris. 6. Hubbard of Maine died. 7. Queen Isabella issues a manifesto asserting her right to the throne of Spain. 8. The president orders mrs. Surratt s remains to be delivered to her friends. 9. Hon. Murray Mcconnel sex state senator murdered in Jacksonville. 111. The constitutional amendment admitting every Bauit Maie to the right of enrage passed the Senate by 40 to 16 votes Espartero declines a seat in the Spanish Cortes although elected the King of Greece Ana Nis new Cabinet Ayotee to the resolutions of the French conference. 10. I he electoral votes for president and vice president counted Grant and Colfax declared elected. 11. The Spanish Cortes opened with great ceremony or. Pardon signed by the president Accident on the Louisville and Cincinnati Railroad one Man killed the Steamer Mettie Stevens burned on Lake Caddo 63 lives lost. 12. Major general barns of the United Statas army died Tio Vernor Brown Low tendered to the legislature Hia Resig nation. 13. Fund Pacha turkish minister of foreign affairs died the Steamer Hermann wrecked at Yokohama 270 lives lost. 15. John Wilkes Booth s remains delivered to his friends. 16. The British parliament opened by a Royal speech read by the lord Chancellor. 18. The Paris conference meet and received a satisfactory reply from the greek love moment. The a president vetoes the Copper Tariff Bill Baron Lionel de rothchilds elected member for the cite of London Fri m i i j a me Luau in Pons thrown open again to greek shipping. 25. Congress passed the Copper Tariff Bill Over the president s veto. 24. Hostilities Between Persia and tur key suspended. To. General Grant declared himself As not being a representative of any political party John Bright advocates Ocean Penny postage. 27. Tronolong president of the French Senate died aged 62 years. March. 1, Lamartine the French poet and his Torian died aged 78 or. Gladstone in the English House of commons trod us de a Bill for the disestablishment of the Irish episcopal Church. 3. The King of Prussia opened the German parliament general Sherman presented with $100,000 the president pardons Spangler and Arnold Andrew Johnson s Farewell private reception at the White House the sex Kin g of Hanover protests against the confiscation of his property by the a russian govern ment. 4. President Johnson publishes his address to the people of the United states general Grant inaugurated As i Resi Dent of the United states the forty first Congress meets James g. Blaine elected speaker of the House of representatives the democratic members of both houses of the Indiana legislature resigned their seats. 5. Or. Rollins resigns the commission Reship of internal Revenue the governor of Indiana orders special election for the vacated seats in the legislature Grant nominates his Cabinet and the sen ate confirms them Sherman appointed Uene Rai of the army and Brendan lieu tenant general eight fires in Chicago Lour Bremen lost their lives. 6. Jaa Grant acquitted of the murder of Rives Pollard at Richmond. Virgini t ire at a Detroit loss $70.000 Adolpe wintry appointed president of the French Senate. 7. Large fire in Akron. Ohio loss $100. 9. A. T. Stewart resigns the Secretary ship of the Treasury general John t i t r dec innate arrived at Nis Nome in Lexington Kentucky after eight year s absence. 10. E. B. Washburne resigned the state Secretary ship the Adsms Cotton Mills at Patterson new Jersey Burnt. Loss $160,000 Boutwell is appointed Secre tary of the Treasury and Hamilton fish Secretary of state Andy Johnson ban quoted at Baltimore the Pennsylvania Senate ratifies the fifteenth amendment by a vote of 18 to 15 both houses of the main legislature ratify the fifteenth amendment the English government reduce the army estimate 1,000,000, As compared with last year great fire in new York. Loss $100,000. 12. General Rawlins sworn in As Secre tary of War. 16. Henry Ward Riechers Mother died aged 80 Hon. James Guthrie exse n Ator from Kentucky died. 14. Oxford University beats cd a bldg in the annual contest Freedom of speech throughout Germany secured by special legislation. 18. Delaware rejects the amendment to the Constitution Georgia refuses to adopt the fifteenth amendment lord Grey and lord cams in the British House of 1 ears condemned the policy of releasing t evian prisoners live convicts murdered the guard at Aing facing prison new York. 22, diplomatic relations resumed be tween Turkey and Greece governor Baker of Indiana issues his proclamation for a special session of the legislature. Oci Iuka Ali cub us Trio in cuu aau Warsaw railway. 24. The Bill for the disestablishment of the Irish Church passed the British House of commons by 368 to 250 votes. 2d. Sidward Bates general died aged 75. Zub. Secretary of ish decline to receive the minister from the cuban rebel government. 27. Jas Harper of Harper Brothers died aged 73. By. Six steamers Emma at of. Louis. Losa $500,000 30,000 volunteers re viewed at Dover England. 30. Accident on the Toledo and Wabash Railroad 31. The turkish ambassador presented his credentials to the King of Greece Pire at Kodney miss. Loss $ April. 1. Colliery explosion at Wiley Colliery Lancashire 23 persons killed. 2. Fire at Frankfort. Kentucky. Whisky value $350,000, destroyed. A. Andy Johnson vindicates his administration in a great speech at Knoxville the Prince of Wales received in Stan Nople by the Sultan in great splendor. A 4. A robbery of $1,000,000 at the st. John s safety fund building of Philadel phia took place. A a. Grant signed the Modinet a thu act the English House commons passed a Bill to the second read ing for the abolition of imprisonment for debt. 7. Reverdy Johnson recalled As minister to England Grant Advisee Congress admit Virginia and Mississippi great Are at void Mil nine Nevada six lives lost. 8. Twitchell commits suicide in his cell at Philadelphia. 10. The first session of the forty Congress expired Ashley confirmed the Senate As governor of Montana i Uicab a Uruci w Vul Iurica l Steamer g. A. Thompson sunk near Rine Tsiun. Seventeen Uvea Iochi the Peoples Jubilee celebrated at Rome with great splendor 12. Henry Ward Beecher delivers great speech at Brooklyn in favor of free Trade. 13. The Alabama claims treaty rejected by the Senate by a vote of 04 to 1 Sumner makes his great speech against Alabama claims treaty. 14. The new York Senate ratified the fifteenth amendment by a vote of 17 by 15, 15. A magnificent display of the Aurora i boreal is. 19. Weather very hot. Thermometer 84 accounts of the safety of or. Live most nip received i trend storm in Louis $20,000 Worth of window Glass Des troyed. 22. Minister Hale to the court of Spain sends his resignation and it is accepted inundation at Granby Canada eleven lives lost immense flood in new York state. 23. Horrible Accident on the Lone Island Railroad six persons killed. Steamer Seida exploded near Sioux City 50 persons missing Queen.,t i 1 1 1 a Saufua Ana Ner Cru Karen forever excluded from the throne of Spain by Resolution of me Fortes. 25, Horace Grce lev anointed commissioner of the Union Pacific Railroad. 2b. Grand Semi Centenni anniversary 111 1 1 ii to n of Ine Juu Rieuo or Henry Dalton of Connecticut died aged 37. Be me a peerage Mil passed a Sec Ond Reading in the House of lords the portuguese Cortes opened by the King. No. Ine mayor of Cork makes an inflammatory speech in Favoron the discharge eur x emus v Arren Ana costello. May. 3. Accident on the Toledo and Wabash Railroad the russian minister recalled from Washington Prince men Schelkoff Admiral of the russian Navy died. 4. The geographical society of Paris decreases a Gold medal to or. Hayes of the United states the is chief jus Tice Lefroy of Ireland died aged 93, o. L he italian Cabinet resigned. 7. Laree fire in Reade Strippi. Now ynrtjjos8 . 10. The Pacific railway completed. 12. Terrible Steamboat disaster at Cin Cunati six steamboats burned at the wharf loss $200,000. 14. Finck s Large bonded whisky Ware House fell in South Pittsburgh Bur Vine. To i i mree men Janie in Conners remains at the Glasnevin cemetery near Dublin. 15. Reverdy Johnson took Leava of Queen of England by letter. 16. Disastrous fire in Dayton theoper Ahouse burned. Loss $700,000. 17. General buckles appointed minister to Spain Ine ice Rov a Robt sailed for Europe. 18. Bouthern commercial convention at Memphis. 20. Conflagration at Dayton Rev. Alexander Dyce the eminent Shakespear Ean commentator died aged 72. 23. Or. Washburne presents his credentials to the emperor of France. 24. Great explosion of the Gas works Cincinnati. 29. The Union soldiers Graves Decora Ted. 31. Or. Motley minister to great Antian arrived in Liverpool. June. 1. Or. Jay the american minister has an interview with the emperor of aus Tria. 2. Spain adopted the new Constitution general o Donnell while speak ing in the Spanish chamber was seized with apoplexy and died Dulce re signs the Captain generalship of Cuba. 3. Miles Greenwood s foundry burned at Cincinnati the English House of lords passed the life peerage Bill limit ing the creation of life peerages to two annually George Peabody appointed trustee of the Hudson Cay company lord Broughton formerly sir John Cam Hobhouse baronet died aged 83, 4. Reverdy Johnson arrived at his Home in Baltimore from England. 7. Negro riot in Washington. 12, great conflagration in Cincinnati. Loss destructive fare i Georgetown. By. Loss $230,000. 15. The Boston great musical festival is held. 16. The Spanish Cortes establishes Regency under marshal Serrano Baron Stanley of elderly died aged 67. 17. The italian parliament prorogued by the King. I 18. Hehry j. Raymond editor of the Stew York times died suddenly Tess Are the Spanish minister to England resigns. 19. Marshal Serrano takes the oath to administer the Regency of Spain. 22. The Viceroy of Egypt arrived in Condon. 23. General Dulce arrived in Madrid from Cuba. 24. The Duke of Newcastle before the London court of bankruptcy. 25. Borie resigns the Secretary ship of the Navy. And Robeson appointed his Suc Cessor the National intelligencer of a Washington tails to make an appearance an attempt to a ass Nate the pres ident of the Council of ministers at Buch arest. 26. Cincinnati by an overwhelming ote declares in favor of the Southern roil read. 27. Great fire in Nashville. Loss $225, 000 Henri Rochefort editor of the la Lantere sentenced to three years imprisonment in a Ranee. 29. General de Roder arrived in Havana and issues his proclamation. 30. John Bright and my. E. Forster re sign their membership of the Reform club. July. 1. The Monument unveiled at Gettys Burgh cemetery. Ii. Accident on the Cincinnati and Louisville Railroad two men killed and fifteen wounded. 7. Rosecrans nominated by the demo cratic state convention As governor of Ohio the Virginia election shows an immense democratic Mai onto Accident on the Illinois Central railway. The Engineer Burnt to a cinder. 10. The Harvard Crew sailed for England. 13. Great German Assn Gervest at Balti More me Prenca Atlantic Cable successfully landed. 14. The president issues his proclamation in reference to reconstruction in Mississippi Large fire at st. Louis Accident on the in a Tiai Irona nine per sons killed three bodies burned. 17. The Czar forbids the attendance of russian Bishops at the ecumenical coun cil the French ministry reconstructed. 19. Tho University Testa Bill thrown out of the House of lords. 20. News received of the burning of the Kod jacket from flew zealand to King land by lives lost. 21. The in by Council decide that Bia Hod Colenso of of Natal can not be interfered with by the Bahoo of care town a Colliery explosion near Liverpool fifty eight Uvea lost. 22. John a. Roeung the great Bridge Engineer Aiea trom lockjaw. Z4. Me Annoe of Wales unveiled the Peabody state at the Royal Exchange Lyo Naon. 25. Fire at Long Branch. Loss 000. 26. The Royal assent Given to the Irish Church Bill Longfellow invested with the degree of doctor of Lewis by of. Lord University. Of 28. Accident on the Memphis and Louisville Railroad three persons killed the Bill to abolish capital punish ment rejected by the House of commons 29. The Pnno Royal of Denmark to married to the Pri Neese Louise of Sweden. 30. The Hon. Isaac Toucey died aged 71. Asa Packer accepts the Tion for the governorship of Pennsylvania United Utate Arsenal at phia robbed of $25,000. August. 1. Large fire at Concord n. H. Loss $40,000. 2. International exhibition decided to be held in London in 1871. 20,000 1 emans made a demonstrative procession in Limerick. International exhibition ordered to commemorate in 1872, at Turin the completion of the mount Cenis Tunnel. 3. Textile fabric exposition of Cin Cinnoti formally opened election re turn the from Kentucky show an immense democratic majority. 4. The Sultan threatens the Viceroy to of Egypt to withdraw the privileges the Firman of 1841. Immense whisky fire in Philadelphia loss $5,000,000, four children killed. 5. Virginia election returns show 96 conservative and 42 radicals. Bill to of rights passed the Hou of common to Purchase the Hudson Bay territory for 300,000. 7. Total eclipse of the Sun. Which was entirely obscured at Louisville two min utes and Holty six seconds. Rosecrans declines the nomination for governor of i Ohio. I10. The Queen s consent Given to Bill i for Purchase of the Telegraph lines government 11. Geo. H. Pendleton accepts the nomination of the democratic party for governor of Ohio. Gov. Hoffman takes Possession of the Albany and railway. 14. Marshal Juniel. Commander in chief the French army died aged 66. Accident on the and Busque Hanna railway. I 16. National labor Congress convenes at . State Temperance convention of Massachusetts meets. 18. American association for the advancement of science meets at Salem. Massachusetts. Or. Cumming writes to the Pope for leave to attend the ecu menial Council 29. Intelligence received from Japan that the civil War was ended. The Sultan and Viceroy of a Trent reconcile re 21. Weather intensely hot in the uni Ted states. Thermometer 104 at Phila Delphia. 22. Gen. La Bonf appointed Comman der in chief of the French army. 24. Large fire at Philadelphia Estima Ted loss $100.000. Father Mahon. The ionian prisoner released by the Cana Dian government. 25. Laree fire at Chatfield 4 Woods. Cincinnati Joss 100,000. Ij7. The Harvard and Oxford univer sity boat race. The Harvard beaten by three boat lengths. In. I reicht depot at Quincy. Illinois. Burnt loss . 31. Ship labourers strike at Quebe c banquet to the Harvard University Crew at Crystal Palace London. September. 1. Prince a Napoleon makes an important speech in the French Senate. Lady Byron s family solicitors denounce i s. Owe s statement. Car Dinal Cullen forbids parents of Catholic children to Send them to the National Model schools of Ireland. 3. The Empress of the French returns to pans. Calu Ornia goes democratic. 5. Conflagration at Goldsboro. North Carolina loss $125,000. B. Secretary Rawlins died at washing ton. Horrible fire at Plymouth Coal mine Pennsylvania 200 lives lost 8. Benator we. Pitt i ease den storm of wind and rain damage in Dos ton . 10. Accident on the Pitts Burch. Cincinnati and st. Louis railway three men killed. The Empress of the French re turned to pans. 12. A fearful Hurricane in the North of France. 13. The state of Maine goes Republican. The Humboldt Centennial Celebration. 14. International workingmen g con Gress convenes at Basle. 10. The archbishop of Armagh died. Aged 68. The Earl of Clarendon Brit ish minister for foreign affairs has an interview with the emperor of the French. Is. I Nomas j Penn. The last descendant of William Penn Dies. 19. Henry Philpotts. Bishop of exe ter. England died acred 91 years. I. The Pope writes Cardinal Manning in reference to or. Cummings. Letter i father Hyacinthe Abandons his Convent. And ceases to preach in notre dame Paris Ine states general of Holland opened by a speech from that in mar 7. " Walker installed As provisional governor of v Irginia freon Central Avenue. Cincinnati three children perished Large fire at Hemlock Lake new York loss . 22. George Peabody donates $3,000. 000 Tennessee Bonds to the Peabody Institute Baltimore the Universal ctn or Paa Mapra of Iantia wit. Zerland. "1 Ictor Hugo addressed it great excitement in Wall Street new York. 23. Industrial exhibition at London. Ontano do.000 strangers present 24. The greatest panic Ever known in Wall Street. Immense failures. Gold fluctuates Between 1621 and 163. 25. The Gold room in new York closed. 26. Captain c. F. Hall arrives from the Arctic regions. To. Frederick Lowe appointed minister to China National military Asylum at Milwaukee dedicated the state labor Reform Conven Tion meets at Worcester Massachusetts. 29, the Prince and Princess of Wales received by the emperor Napoleon Georg e Peabody sailed for Europe. 3u. Ine sum press of the French left on her Eastern tour the King of sax ony opens the diet at Dresden. October. 1. Boiler explosion at the Indianapolis fair one Hundred killed and wounded. 2. Samuel Waldegrave Bishop of car Lisle England died extensive fire in san Francisco. Loss $200,000. O. Ureal storm of wind and rain immense damage in new York and Pensyl Varua. 8, Franklin Pierce died. Aged 64 years Virginia ratifies the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments. 9 Jeff. Davis arrived at Baltimore. From Europe. 10. Boat upset at Maurice River. Can Ada Hetteen men drowned. 11. Horace Greeley and professor Perry a. I. V. Discuss tree traae at Boston. 12, Ohio goes Republican by a Small majority. Hayes elected governor by b40 majority Pennsylvania carried by the republicans. Geary re ele governor by a Mai anti of 4 596 Southern commercial convention held at Louisville governor sonar submits Hia message to the Tennessee legislature. 13. William w. Belknap appointed Secretary of War Iowa elections show a Large Republican majority Senate Beuve the eminent French critic died aged to. 14. Kex Tensive fire in Baltimore loss $80,000 the Empress of the French received by the Bulata with imposing cer monies. 16. Or. Ritner of i a a a Vania died aged of. 15. Rather Hyacinthe arrived in new York. Zug. Merchants Exchange at Cincinnati Burnt. Captain Schwab of the brigade. Burnt to death. 22. Andy Johnson Defeated in Tennessee by Henry Cooper in the election for uni Ted states senator ship. Johnson 51 Cooper 55 votes Empress Eugenie arrived at Alexandria. 22. Shock of an earthquake in new , Massachusetts and Connecticut fire at dal ton mass. Loss s160.000. 23. The Earl Derby died aged 70 years. I. Fifty thousand persons meet in Lon Don m Lavor of amnesty to the r emans. 25. Chief Justice Chase decides that the supreme court has jurisdiction Yerger s Case a. H. Layard the author appointed English minister spam. " 26. General Butterfield resigns the assistant . 27. Large conflagration in new York loss $200,000 Steamer Stonewall Burnt on the Mississippi about 200 lives lost 29. Infirmary in Licking county Ohio destroyed by fire ten lunatics Burnt death fire in new York four per sons Burnt to death. 30. Fire in Richmond Virginia loss,. November. 1. The Bible excluded from the Public schools of Cincinnati by a vote of the school Board of 22 to 15 the mar quis of of Westminster died aged 74 years.2. New York state election. Immense democratic majority Massachusetts goes Republican Wisconsin state election. The republicans Are successful Minnesota carried by the republicans by a Small majority. New Jer sey Newtion. The democrats carry the state heavy Shock of an Pari virtual Felt throughout Germany Vest Virginia election returns show Republican majority.&. General Prim submits to tha Fri Rita the name of the new Spanish minute a 4. Georgre Peabody. The eminent i. Anthrop is died the boiler of the boat Thistle exploded. Ten men killed Prince Alfred arrived at Pekin. ". 6. Jewish Reform convention of Rab Bia meet in Philadelphia Queen Vic Toria visits the City of London to soon the new Bridge and the hol Borri viaduct Admiral Stewart died aged ninety one. 9. Rev. I. J. Bacon a is Baptist minister died inaugural ban Quet of the lord mayor of London at the Hall Pratt of Maryland died general John e. Wool died aged 80, 10. The general assemblies of the old and new. School presbyterian churches 51 meet at Pittsburg cholera rages in the City of Njeri. Itu Esia. 11, Robert j. Walker died in washing ton. I. 12. George Peabody s remains Temora. Rily deposited in Westminster Abbey firm of Anjier to the italian thro Netha two presbyterian churches formally 13. The Hon. Amos Kendall so a 14. Horrible Accident on the Railroad seventeen persons killed. It. Ineguez canal opened the pm in Eror of Austria the Empress of the French the Viceroy of Egypt and the Princess of Prussia were present succeeds general Butterfield As sub treasurer the society of the army of the Tennessee met at Louisville. 18. Thanksgiving Dav a terrible Gale and serious disasters on the lakes 19. A Stone building Falls at st. Louis thirteen killed and wounded Walt Rbrown the sculler of Portland Sadler of London at the International sculling match. 21. Forty five e steamers arrive at Kepi haying passed through the Suez canal the Steamer Bells Burnt near port Washington eight lives lost. 22. The Cabinet of Victor Emmanuel resigns Henri Rochefort elected to the French legislature the Boyleston National Bank robbed of $350,000 or. Burlingame and the chinese embassy arrived at Berlin. 23. Ben Butler arrested at Trie an it of miss Florence letter received from or. Livingstone dated the 13th of May 1869 heavy failures in the Grain Trade m at Liverpool the Blahon of Havana taken to Madrid in custody. 25. Mcfarland shoots Albert d. Richardson in new York. 27. The Sale of st Thomas to the uni Ted states postponed for six months. 29. The emperor nil Doyeon add papa the two French Chambers Gold Down to 121j. December. 1. Or. Burlingame and the chinese embassy received at the foreign office at Berlin. 2. Rates of pos acre to great Britain and Ireland reduced from the 1st of Janu Ary 1870, to six cents per half ounce letter i Albert l. Richardson died in new York. 5. The Empress Eugenie arrived in Paris from constantinople. Ourant reuvers a is nest message to Lis Congress the governor of Kentucky delivers his message to the legislature Ine Neo Ecca steamship Punk at Wheeling eight lives lost. A. The key l r. Temple appointed Bishop of Exeter the ecumenical Council at Rome opened by the Pope. A. The Viceroy of Egypt yielded to the ultimatum of the Sultan the Czar of e. Russia confers the grand Cross of the or der of st. George upon the King of Prus Sia. 10. The Pope addressed the assembled Bishops. 11. Lather Hyacinthe sailed for eur i irope.12, great fire at a planing Mill in Cin Tiah Cannati. Loss. $60,000. Dial 13. The Dei tical anti Pap Al convention iber. At Naples a dead failure. Tana. La lit iii important Tapai i issued lorb the regulation of the ecumenical Council. 16. Numerous commercial failures in i be the of new York the Hon. John w. Steven son Slon elected United states senator for Ken Tucky i landform the term beginning March 4, 181. Iron 18, a mine at Hazleton Pennsylvania aril Cayes ten persons killed the ecumenical Council adjourned to the 6th of january 187 0 Henri Rochefort publishes a new paper. The Marseillaise in Pari. Or. Lesseps the Engineer congratulated of the Rimp Eror a Napoleon. Vij. Grant otters Stanton the supreme court judgeship which he accepts. A Zug. Stanton con armed by the Senate the Pope sends Cardinal Mathieu on a Inar special Mission to the French emperor. Ilea 21. The Bill for the reconstruction of bar Georgia passed the legislature the Resit steamship Monarch with the remains of a George Peabody sailed from England to America. Aho 23. The directors of the Bank of Over a end Gurney & co., London acquitted. Tore i. Twin m. Stanton Dies. Or 26. Great Shock of an earthquake in in in s Eastern California. 27. Large fire in Syracuse. New York try loss $50,000. The speaker of the House and his dry nurse. It must be pleasant Reading when the speaker of the House of representatives takes up a Radical Sheet with notices not at All complimentary like the following Wincn we cup from the Biem Republican it was evident Wien or. C. Took the chair that he was entirely ignorant of parliamentary usage at present however he is under the Tutelage of Hon. Peter Hitchcock who has presided in Nis Stead ids for a Day or two with ease and us and the following from the Cleveland k Heralda Columbus letter to the Sahn Evv Register says the new speaker has not Esyet done much other than to sit by while Peter Hitchcock. Whom he placed in the chair has run the House so much for electing a reformer As speaker. Heavens Wii at big sounding word Lor a Man that has not capacity to preside Over a town the Radical press of Northern Ohio sex. Excise their right to sneer and to scold and to misrepresent the speaker of the House of representatives to an extent that goes far beyond decency. Although elected by democratic votes to the House of representatives and to the speaker Shin by the vote of democratic members in the selection or committees he gave that of privileges and election to the radicals to enable them to consummate fraud of the giving an additional member to the Radi cals from a county not entitled to it. After doing such work for the radicals we submit that they ought at least to treat in the speaker with decency. As a dry nurse to the speaker or. To Hitchcock must be As great a Success As was the pet cur of a loafing fellow As a Coon dog the argument was that As a dog was Good for nothing else he must be " death on Coons. O. Statesman 17th. A traveller asked his landlord if head any cases of sunstroke in that town. No sir said the landlord if a Manto gets drunk say he is drunk and we never Call him by any other Contentment works its own Mill and fills its own barn. My lord i said the Foreman of a Wenj jury when giving in the verdict we and the Man w to stole the horse not would Yon be says Voltaire in one of his essays startle your Public whether for Good or evil it matters not but e startling at any Price

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