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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 20, 1870, Canton, OhioVolume 37. Canton Stark county Ohio july 20, 1870. Number 6. Business directory st. Paul s episcopal Church. Corner of tenth and Poplar at Reata. Sunday Sarto a to o clock a. M and 7m o clock p. Us Aoa i Wool. T o clock p. Thursday to mos Lecour. T1 o clock. H Jas. C Lavertt Bactor. C. J. Geiger pair 1st, Street. Canton Ohio american hotel. By a. L. Bax Juncker East Tuscarawas Street. Canton okie. April 7"tf Stark county Democrat a. A Mcgreror a son publishers and Plain and fancy Job printers Empire Quock Canton Ohio. Hiram Thurston Book bind bunk boo k manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind Ery in Quarter e Block up Eta Ira. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea far Alture dealer and undertaker East Tusca rawas Anreei Canton Otto. Nov if John p. Rex merchant tailor and dealer a american and in Fred cloths Caa Simerka Vee Tinics and rents goods also agent or the 8incrhew ins machine. Canton Ohio. May "7l- Prince 4 Haas undertaken Metal to and All kind of Coffina Al Waya on hand. Two h arses always in read is. S Rait Tueck Rawana Street Cantou Ohio. Edwin Smith photographer attention riven to copy in r Ana eni arg or area. Intai a rained and a Loam a constantly on hand. Korma in via Theta s Block South Market Street Canton Ohio. Junei Subu a. J. Douds. Burgeon den tint office up Stair in residence on Market Street went Side three doors Philo of Public Sou Are. Canton. Ohio. All Ouer Atilua connected with the Profe Aaimo promptly attend ant to. Own or. P. J. Rowan licentiate of the College of physicians and a Ontario will receive patients at Hla once and residence three door East of c. J. Teiner a drug store up Taira. Houra of Consul Talon rout a to la a. A and or. J. H. Siddall Deaul barter s Block Canton Ohio. Ge6.d. Halter a Bro. Banker East tone arawak Street. Canton. Ohio. Receive Deposit a Lou Money. Duy Tiofio Sil ver Bonds and compound interest and old. . Meyer. Attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office Inu Aana Miller a new building near Public Square. Nov Lewyl James harsh. Attorney at Law Aillon Ohio. Office in o Marsh s Block up Taira prompt attention riven to All business int Rustad to his care. Jar of c. L. Vallandigham. Counsellor at Law Dayton Ohio. Will practice in the several Taie and Federal court. . X8t third Street first stairway Emit of the Ohio Inaura uce company. Marlu toy i Oak. W. Arr. Oao. X. Puiia. Raff & Baldwin attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office in the Eagle Block up Taira Jato Jota Azacs. R. X. Taon Raux. Bierce Wjk Thompson. At at Law Akron Ohio. J n2tm . Attorney a Law office in Eagle Block Over rational Bank Canton Ohio june 67 a a. Cou enfors. Kobe. If. Campbell. C0merf0rd a Campbell att Eraena at Law Trump a building Carton Ohio up Taira. R Rench and German awoken. Aeppli m. O. Mcgregor. Attorney at Law and general collecting agent Carthage Jasper county Miae Ouri. Ocus if Harvey Laughlin. Attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. Emf loom a Caria h War Wui tax sctt. Schlefer a Garnett at Omeya at Law. Canton Stark county Ohio. Juuel twin William a. Lynch attorney at Law and notary Public. Office inca silly a Block Canton Ohio Niay Loyl j. W. Mccord. Attorneys Law and general collection agent Alliance Ohio. Buai Newa entrusted to Hia care ill receive prompt attention. A to j. G. Williar county Bur Reyor office in the county recorder a Ottwein the Wikidal building where he can be Tutund when in the City if not any Bun Ineas wanted can be left with Jacob Kap Fuger eee county recorder who will give due notice to me. The Law authorises the county Surveyor to Taka the acknowledgement of any instrument of writing be will Tiger for write and acknowledge agree Euta mortgagee Leeda a at fairer Tea and opon the shortest notice. Canton january 13, jul Otto Winter alter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in watcha , jewelry and silverware re euring neatly done on Short notice no it Nav Lecatou Ohio. Feus of Ftp Deuble a brother dealers la Wathea clock a Sowek River Ware a Ewt Side of Publio Square Canton. Ohio. Him trig Dona on Short notice. J. A. Meyer. R dealer in to Nark and foreign vat Kea clocks silverware and fancy Good Comer of Public Square Canton Ohio. Be pairing neatly expeditiously and Doue. J. C. Bartett m. A. A by Slacian and surgeon office Corner East Onaca Rawa a and Walnut streets Winterhalter a Cor a r. Canton Ohio. Puisys cwt we Thompson. Dealer in real estate. Dwelling houses for Sale rent or Exchange for City or farming property. lots of Ever variety Price and location for Sale cheap. Monthly Hayui Utji received and four Yean time Given. Otyce in Baue a Block East Lum Srsa Street up Taira. Nov of h. Selden a real estate and collection Geary earner fifth and Poplar streets. Canton Ohio harms and town property bought. Sold and rented. Titles examined 1 Tut paid estate mor Tacoa Levaea a Wrilen Money Ajo rowed and loaned on real estate. Coat and wider Klada of Mineral property wanted Tolena or Purchase. Jan 1 Loy 1 g. Eicher Refl Sefale Agenor orca above Bane s leather Tor Street cantos Ohio 4 tim Exchange hotel. By a Ftp Abauer. Ai Oid Piepol. Lueata property eared fur. And Biola moderate. May in a Whf Jackson hotel. Louis Obligee. Proprietor Hiorth Larket Anreei. Alliance House. A Daniel Sourbeck at the station. Alliance Ohio. Meala always in read Iaela in arrival of st Cloud hotel u d. Ely proprietor Public Square. Calm Ohio. July Tea h. Falke. Dealer in millinery and fancy Gooda no a opera i Liui main la Elf o. 17. A. A Aumoa Cooan no. 4, o. V. A. M., meets every thursday evening at 1 o clock in Leanne till or a new Block. De. E. Menard. C. K. H. A Gaamew r. S. Jant Tyl livery. Viv Toiv Silvery Revosie lot Stu st., Canton Ohio Earnst Middau Fli proprietors City All being new and Good Horeece. Convey Noee be let of Roa Eunane Terma with or win qua River. " Boust seed potatoes. Seed potatoes for Sale. B t Lewis Esq Al earner of eighth. Plu Mcseaton Ohio. Early ruse ,00 per Bushel. Goodrich to Elm per Bushel w bite peach Lowa 74 Eta. Per Bushel. " Camio chill so Eta. Per Bushel Cue a Tuesta per Bushel. Colt Slouchy s new Yoke Agency. Great medical discovery f or. Walker s California vinegar bitters. 3 Hurt Taka 50,000 pc Soiu Bear Tes Mony to Mieir wonder s3 i o it. Fill Clim Tir v2 3 j 1 what Are they i a i Lis ill a 35 i g z. They Are not a i Lehr Raincy Dinu of Blade of poor Ruro. Whisky proof spirits and Vium a Quin Uoc Torea spice Ana sweetened o please the Rutste Cayiea. Ionics appetizers restorers a. That Lead Theta Nuleon Lii Damli Lennesa and rain hut Are a True Medicine Madeiros me native Koota and herbs or California free from All alcoholic stimulants. They Are thereat blood purifier and 1.1 v eel l v v1principle, a perfect renovator and Iasi Gerrior o Oyer in carrying on All pie Noua mater and restoring the blood to a healthy person can take these hitter according to directions and remain Long Anweil. Loo will be Given for an Case prove leu me Jones Are not by my Kierul Poi a ovum or outer Means aim lilo a Tui or Gula Wasle beyond the Point of repair. For inflammatory Aud chronic rheumatism and gout dyspepsia or India Rostion Billioux re Mui Eav Anu Luteri Useni r Evem disease a or the blood. Liver Vidue a and Blat der these Bittera Havo been most such diseases Are caused by Titi aled Wood Wlinich a generally produced by do Raizik Emiil of the digestive organs. Cleanse the mated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in Pim. it Iowa or Moree air ans 11 when you find obstructed and sluggish in tiie veins cleanse it is loin Ana your Lee Piug will Tell Rouben. Keep the blood Pur and the health of the a Stem will follow. Pin tape Aud other Worms lurking in the system of so Many thousands Are elect rally de in bilious remit tent and intermittent fevers. These bitters live no equal. For full directions read carefully the circular around each bottle. Tori Ute to Lour languages , and Spanish. J. Walker proprietor. 32 com Nerce . Y. R. 11. Mcdonald no druggists and general agents san Francisco an Sacramento California Aud a a m Conini Erce sold by All druggists and dealers. June24 a wanted hio l or by x " n. 1 i i 31 a l 11 1 , or st. Louis Mil. Juneis Cluj agents wanted for wonders of the Over one thousand largest Best Selling and most Ever published. Bend Lor circulars with terms at once. Address. 17. 8. Pub Lish 1n co to Broome Street n. Y 177 West Roi Irwi or., Cincinnati Ohio 130 South Clark st.,Chicago, 111. 410 Market Street st Louis. July it the second volume of step Heffs great history of the War a now ready. Agents wanted. Send for circulars with terms and a full description of the work. Andrewa Zeigler a Mccurdy Chicas of. 111 or 8t. Loiuis. Mo., or a Lonal Fuji Alung co Cincinnati Ohio. Junelw4 agents to sell the oct awaited machine it a makes the Zatic lock stitch and is warranted for a years Price $15. All other Machut s with an under fee d Aro . Andrewa a Kino machine co. St. Loviia ma., Chicago. Iu., Puta Burglin pa., or Boston c1 a a Day run Nesa entirely new and Honor Able. Liberal . Lieari utile circulars free. Address j. C. Hand a c bidder Ford. Maine. Iieriit3 i win Aoi the receipt by which 1 was cured 01 and Lea flies free. Mrs. . Leg gei i Loken n. J. Mais id no Humbug if a. By sending ii cents with age height color of Eye Aud hair you will receive by return mail a Correct picture of your future husband or wire with the name and Date 01 marriage. Address w. Fox p. O. Drawer no. 24, Fultonville n. Y. Juneau 4 need a sell the shut Slewa sewing machine. Price tii. It Vakeva the Lack Htit cli alike of both sides and a the Only licensed under fee d shuttle old for less than Ittu. Licensed by Wheeler a Wilson Grover a Baker and Singer a. All other under fee d shuttle machines old for less than to Are infringements and the seller and user liable to prosecution. Address Jol Irson Clark a co Boston Pittsburgh i a., Chicago 111, or st. Louis to. Iunv2tiin3 undertakers. J. B. Bic Grea i manufacturer mid in r in All kind of Tine and common furniture. Of All kinds made to order and sofas mattresses lounges j. Repaired. Especial attention Given to ii. Coffins of every style kept constantly on hand. can be left at water oort 4 doors East or american hotel Canton Ohio. Canten feb. 17. 18c9- m insurance. German ins. Company. " " of Cleveland. Ohio. I orc to 10, Atwater Mvi Dino. Capital ,$300,000. Insures buildings merchandise and other prop erty Agai at Loea or damage by fire it a Low rates a any responsible company. Aat losses honorable adjusted and promptly paid in csh.a4t is err tax Srocki join sri or w Meyer c w Schmidt Henry Detmer j Wagner or re err r p tet Lebaugh John Gerlach Henry Kraemer ii Kaller p Schmidt c Bueno Job ii Beckmann c born and others. I a. Rettburg pre. J. My Xuxa j. A Xix vice pro Sedenta. Buchman and Fred. 8eelbach, travelling agents. John r Aber agent Canton Ohio. P. Lu11us, " Aillon Ohio july. It sett correspondence. The Democrat a Workingman on the chinese Labo question. July 9, 1870. De. Democrat sir i take the Liberty of sending you these lines expressive it the vie hrs of a Labouring on me of ecu aimed at in the introduction of Chi Nese or coolie Lobar into the United states this subject in 116 which every labor ing american Euld investigate carefully and minutely laying aside All preconceived notions Ponder on it Ana Trace its every bearing and final re Silt upon White labor in America. After careful investigation re find the two great objects aimed at in tie introduction and employment of chinese in the United states Are these 1st, 10 cheap in labor by superseding the caucasian with the Asiatic thereby making the Rich Richer and the poor poorer the most potent Means that could be employed to build up a monies aristocracy. Ulo employ the coolies As a Means of control Ling elections and securing political Power and Ascendancy the in Ping capitalists Money changers and monopolists who of late years Nave run our government to their own personal interests Are yet in said sea inn Ine vast Momu i Izeir Fiji it a invested in railroads manufactories and min intr operations protected by spec Ial Laws shielded from Competition As they Are with All the advantages that Legisla Tion has Given them. With All Competition in Trade banished by enormous tariffs Thev seek yet another and More Power Ful auxiliary by which they Are More Able to mum Nii Over Lauror. In Yucca. To g u the flood Gates of Eastern Asia and poor in the la Boriff american the sur. Is f i r Amplus Ana degraded millions of Triina. I Uey seek to place on equal footing with the intelligent thinking. Vet Labouring Ameri can who in time of need Lias rallied in de sense of his country and hag no Lias Ever been a Good citizen and contributor to tie welfare and happiness of Nis coun try. The chinese pauper whose Relig Ion is Pagan and whose civilization is Asiatic whose Fidelity to country in time of danger is very questionable whose ideas of Liberty and notions of citizenship Are those of a people whose lives have been lives of slavery Ana servitude Ana who seek nothing higher or nobler in life than the Mere gratification of animal wants and pleasures yet this is the com ing in the minus of some people. This is the element we Are eng rafting into our political and social systems to an alar Ming degree and upon whom we have so recently bestowed the ballot. The monopolist seeks to bring this element into com Peti with White labourers and the result of such Competition is easily foreseen for the chinaman will labor and thrive upon wages in Rewun an american would starve and once Here in numbers they will monopolize every Branch of la Bor and drive the american out of and Acain. Even if we them wages upon which other labourers would hardly subsist. It is still far in Advance of the Price of labor in China and the result would be that the United states would receive a greater immigration from China than from the rest of the world put together and with the Means of transportation afforded by the nineteenth Century chinamen would swarm in America like locusts Over Egypt. Now let us View them As a lever of political Power dependent upon their employers for their employment they would become the willing instruments Ana Means in the hands of the monies Power where with to Force the Fetters of slavery for american freemen and Freedom. This would prostitute their citizenship and vote As so Many serfs who do their master s bidding. Thus and by these Means docs the monies Power of America seek to build up a wealth that shall put to shame the colossal grandeur of an Oriental world. Then will american citizen ship have become a Sham american Liberty a mockery and the America a by word among the nations of Earth and once in this shape nothing Short of revolution by Lorce would a compus any Ming. Cut the old proverb says an ounce of Preven Tive is Worth a Pound of so in this Case the evil be remedied by prompt and vigorous action but if suffered to go on will at last become intolerable. It be hooves us therefore one and All As Good citizens As Labouring men to use our utmost endeavours to stay tue Progress of tue evil. Now is Ilia time for action a to do y Aud not and again As the poet says act act in the living present heart within Aud Ood o or head. Investigate the matter for yourselves. And be ready in october to stand by that party that stands by you let us elect Good and honest men to Congress. Let us Nave legislation Lor the Labouring class. Let us have Protection for labor As Well As capital and adopt As our motto the words of that statesman of departed Days this government was founded by White men for the Benefit of White men and their posterity ours Lor me Nunt a working . Adultery. Irist and Neslav. Peter Welch of Wells Ville. As arrested on charge of adultery. And brought before esp. Mcwicker of this place the complainant was Alexander Noble of Wells Vule. He charged that Welch waa a married and had a fam la. But that about five years ago he deserted his family and Ever since that time has been living in a state adultery wih mrs. Noble the complainant s wite a Large number of witnesses were called and the charge was proven to the. Satisfaction of tha Justice. Welch was bound Over to answer at the next term of common pleas and in default of bail was committed. He finally concluded to enter a plea of guilty and be sentenced by the probate court. The court thinking it was an aggravated Case sentenced him to a Fine two Hun dred dollars and be imprisoned in the county jail Aud fed on bread and water for Twenty Days. Zneimer of the guilty parties would testify in the Case. They Are evidently old sincere say about fifty years old. The san Joaquin Republican says a Radical argument in favor of chinese emigration is that the chinaman is industrious Iru Gai Ana less Given to i Ebony than any other class of foreigners. The statement a false in every particular. There is in California a German population of something Over 4b,, and tue mate prison report compiled less than six months ago shows 26. Germans confined in san Quentin a e in 1,775. It is a Low estimate to say there Are 85,000 chinamen in California and the same state prison rei5 it tells us 76 of them Are in san Quentin one in 72-1. The proportion of other nationalities is the same As the her a n. John is a Small thief and is represented in jails and Chai gangs. The Chi Naman a a thief by nature and education and the exception rare indeed Are the honest ones. Brutal murder in Connecticut. The House of or. Nathan Fenn in Mil Ford waa entered by a burglar tuesday night. Or. Fenn being awakened by his Wile saw the burglar in his bedroom the fellow ran and waa pursued into the next room by or. F. Mrs Fenn heard the re port of a pistol and immediately after her husband came staggering into the bedroom exclaimed i am shot fell to the floor and soon expired the lady raised a win Dow and alarmed her neighbors and As she did so she saw two men escaping across the Garden. The neighbors were soon aroused and arrangements were made for apprehend ing the murderer. The selectmen offer a Reward of $1000 for his arrest or. Fenn was about fifty years old he waa proprietor of a store in the Village and a very worthy citizen highly respected by his townspeople. Lie leaves a widow and Middletown Conn political. The chinese question in Senate. Summer s proposition to strike the word White from naturalization Laws heated. The Law amended to apply negroes. The Senate spent the fourth of july in discussing chinese question. I cede Bata waa carried on Between senator sum Ner and the senators from the Pacific coast. As this be considered the opening of a very important debate we give an abstract of the proceedings. The naturalization Bill was under consideration. Or. Sumner s amendment striking the word White from the naturalization Laws Hay ing been adopted the question recurred in or. Williams amendment to exclude the chinese from the Benefit of the Pend ing legislation. Or. Stewart Kep of Nevada continued his remarks against the admission of chinese naturalization upon an equal loot ing with All other foreigners. While he would protect the chinese in their person Al Nants be Wouita never Sanction the introduction of a system of slave labor in Competition with White labor in the coun try which was the question at Issue in the amendment. He would not interfere to prevent the immigration of chinese who came voluntarily but would never agree to invest with political Power imported coo lie slaves brought Here under contracts. And who As pagans could not take our oaths. There was no necessity for the legislation As the Bill to enforce the fifteenth amendment had secured the chinese in every right to which they were entitled. Or. Conklin rep of new York appealed to or. Sumner to. Withdraw his amendment which could be done by unanimous consent. He regarded it As jeopardizing the whole Bill the importance of which to the country in preventing naturalization frauds in any City and elsewhere could not be overestimated. Or. Trumbull rep of 111., said if the chinese were to come Here at All they should not come As slaves but incorporated with the body politic. The policy of the Kepu Hcan party having Deen to make freemen he could not understand How that party could refuse to admit them to citizenship. Or. Bumper declined to withdraw his amendment. Lie read a number of letters from residents of the United states from abroad complaining of their exclusion from naturalization. He argued that his amendment was to cover these cases As Well As the chinese. He argued that the restriction of the privilege of naturalization to White men was in derogation with the principle of the declaration of inde Sensencey that All men Are created equal read from the new testament relative to Peter s denial of. His master and remarked that a Republican senator meaning air. Stewart had thrice denied the principles of the declaration of Lade Pendency and that like Peter he might weep bit ugly. Or. Stewart replied that the charge of apostasy applied with much greater Force to the senator from Massachusetts As he had read from the Christian Bible in sup port of his proposition to commit our institutions to the control of pagans the enemies of christianity who could not be bound by a Christian obligation or oath. Or. Williams contended that the Joec ration of Independence did not mean that the wild of South America the Heathen and the Cannibal were to Bear Lowed equal political rights under the government with the citizen of the United states. To regarded or. Sumner s interpretation of that instrument As foolish and absurd. Its authors had declared All men created equal but they had also declared that it was the right and duty of a nation so to organize the Powers of the govern ment As should seem most Likely to effect its safety and happiness. If it was the judgment of the american people that it was in their safety to exc use chinese irom participation in our government it was their duty so to decide. The framers of the Constitution had created a political distinction Anion citizens by preventing foreigner from becoming president and in regard to eligibility As congressmen and would the senator from Massachusetts that that distinction was a violation of the principles of the declaration of int dependence. Did not every Enow that if the government waa to destroy every political distinction Between native and foreign Lorn citizens it would be Over thrown by absorption of political Power in the hands of its enemies the subjects of foreign governments ? or. Sumner in reply to an inquiry on the Point admitted Congress could refuse to pass any naturalization Law but insisted that such Law if passed might be in Harmony with the declaration of Independence that there could be no distinction color. Or. Williams Eaid he understood the senator to admit that Congress had Juris diction Over the question of naturalization but that the declaration of Independence came in and controlled the judgment of Congress and therefore left no discretion. Or. Bumper explained that he meant no distinction on account of color. He was not prepared to say Congress might not shut Down the Gates and refuse to natural ize anybody but if it did Naturalize then the Law must be in Harmony with the declaration of Independence. He consid ered that instrument As Paramount to the Law not to be set aside or questioned in any respect but irreversible and one which All the berate was bound to respect. Or Williams argued that or. Bumper s position was inconsistent with itself. The argument of the senator when upon the floor had been that All men were equal and therefore All were entitled to equal political rights and privileges but now he conceded that Congress bad the Power the exclude from naturalization every person born in a foreign country. Or. Williams maintained the Power of Congress in this respect sete tha right to discriminate for the beet interests of the government in admitting foreigners to political rights. He said when the Burlinghame treaty was made with China it waa amended on his own motion to provide nothing there in contained should be held to Confer naturalization upon chinese in the United states. The chinese were not a desirable population. The mongolian never would amalgamate with the races of european descent. He never would lose his identity and he would have a separate distinct people among us an Empire of China within Republican America conflict and bloodshed Between races having no Affinity and As in the Case of the Indian Grad Ual extermination would be the Fate of one of the contending parties. With what propriety could we talk about Liberty Vir tue and intelligence As the Palladini of our liberties while opening the door to an overwhelming tide of pollution and Pagan ism ? the proposition of or. Sumner to invite Here a mighty mass of ignorance waa but but Mere stuff and nonsense and deserved the contempt it had received. Of sympathized with the i ports of the workingmen of the country to stay this tide of penury and degradation now be ginning to pour in upon us from across the Pacific. He would have the working men of Massachusetts understand that their senator or. Sumner was apropo sin g to Issue a proclamation to the chinese hordes to come Here and drive them ont of employment. He Sumer was Content to dream of the Triumph of his theory Al. Though the workingmen of his state were being reduced by it to Beggary and Star. Vation. When told that his theory would overrun the country with a bigoted and degraded race his answer was no matter As to consequence or the political effect this theory of mine must be fully vindicated. Or. Williams further argued that the effects of capital to import cheap labor. Uin 4oxouu who Cir Kabul cd for cheap labor meant not the Home of 1. I l 1. R I Iwuh Laurer Suuna cuu Diuris out the Noyel Neil its i Vries. Tif Arrann. Irth jul i mediate effects of or. Sumner s Amend ment be said that Eu. chinamen on the Pacific coast could Mil a Lymm. Selves voters and that 100,000,000 of Chi Nese Cociu Cross me racing Ana dwell i thin without a Fino Mia awl of it j Usu Wavu v a4vaaatjhe predicted that the passage of the Bill Wuriu unite me lao res of the country White and Black in a engr of cart n crush out a party that had invited this x r i. Conic Emilioa Ukia Vena to oppress them Llin. Inf. Ayi r n try Pom. It. A to Al i be left in the next Congress to Tell the 1 Al 1 Biry of me party Aesir cuon. Air Ken. Of mfr. B4.l re in.v., oui Tuoni nes question was one that appealed to Winn an.e.4e. M j j j i 11. 7 Luici Coia Fiauu Viqi Chou Ine in Jiuu quarters had found its Way into the sen Fri. O a r r. Nee a be Oei Rutur Irum Oregon Alt. Wllliam Ai held ii tia nine Era of dred million chinamen suddenly sweeping ii Usu Izeir mauve Homes across me i acid and is Lirly Fli a iumii.1h. " Liu Atware the facts. Chinese immigration across the Facic fairly commenced in 1848 and the Jearly average to 1808 was a quite six thousand. Last year the num ber amounted to six thousand. Upon a Nucian Eam Naie 01 i Eniy thousand a year allow incr inv. A mind i us w. A. U Vul 1iu.u Villi Nese to their native land it was fair to presume that to print a Mill inn a Mill inn of chinamen to this country would take div Euler Uve years one Feiore there was us Imus Culaw danger of the deluge. He was in favor of the Din of the Benator from Nevada or. Stew Art to prohibit chinese coolie contracts which Wollod or d f 1 i o Iti t ,t of coolies to be held Here in a species of slavery Ine character of chinese Immi Gration being thus far changed the China transplanting himself permanently would gradually identify himself with and accommodate himself to the requirements of our civilization and the number of immigrants would be reduced. Could we then Earl 11 a i i m Fiir Tranh Wii tical system ? it might be remembered 1. U i j r i re i. A Timur in of Vinese Corn on Amer ican soil will a Allal Iron n a Futia Iasi Facto therefore such of the chinese who fume nere to remain and identity them selves with is must be included in our naturalization system. As to the coolie Trade scarcely any prohibitory legislation could Tirva inn Annc Enrit inf Lia. vow Intai via a were him Nair Naonal a fan Lino iii heart of Massachusetts. The he would suggest to the senator fromji3.uuaeiis Wii Etner it would not be better to Edna at than v., he believed that As the chinaman was weaned from the customs of his own Home lip will re r.t-. I 1 an a u. Fig Wuu ully of uric sub a Vadis i Faivus Lauon Ana be Coria get higher wages be would seen Lor them to Supply those wants. with n a latin the chinese would not Long re main the cheap producers and Small con Sumers Thev now or on Tho in Elron they would carry Home with them these new wuiii.3 Ana propagate them thus Crea Ting in a8ia new markets for Ronna of our civilization. While a tronet oppo sed to coolie immigration he Schurz did nut see How in nyint. Of in ninja could throw any obstacle in the Way of Luzac Vui uese Wao voluntarily came to re Side among nor american civilization would eventually entirely absorb them. After by messes. Car Penter. In Monef and Vine liner of k no War the Senate took a recess until evening. At 7 o clock the Senate proceeded with the Bill and after remarks by messes. Fowler and Sumner the vote by Whicher. Sumner s amendment striking out the word White from t lift a i or i Iti irr Iowa a. ,3 was adopted wa3 reconsidered ayes 27, Mayo -. Amr. Sumner s amendment waa Len rejected ayes 14, nays 30. Pan v a. 1. I Al iii ecu Oil amendment to extend the naturalization Laws to aliens of african nativity and per sons of african descent. Adopted ayes 31, nays 20. The Bill was then reported to the sen ate when the amendments were agreed to except or. Warners on Wiir vote being taken it was concurred in ayes 30, nays 17. Or. Bumper renewed his amendment to strike the word Whito hmm ii .1 Iza Tion Laws. Lost ayes 12, Navy 26. The Bill then passed and at 11 20 the Senate adjourned. A speech of Hon. A. Daugherty. The Ohio Eagle publishes a Snee Fli a. Slivered before the democratic convention of Fairfield county by Hon. A. Daugh Ert is As Clear and succinct a presentation of the issues of the Campaign As we Nave seen Ine quotation we Annex will apply with Force to All parts of the state. After congratulating the democracy on the auspicious opening of the Campaign or. Daugherty said that even the demoralization of the Radical party and the hosts Good men who will inevitably leave their ranks and vote with us will not then selves i us the Victory. Let me say to every one that to succeed we must have every vote to which we Are entitled. Lately there has been lukewarm Ness a species of Dlf gust with politics that must be got ii i. 11 win not to to disguise tins year this lukewarm Ness Cost us the state. The radicals married it by about seven thousand votes and yet Twenty thousand democratic votes were not polled and of these not less than five Hundred were in Fairfield county. This is a shame that should not be incurred again. How can it be averted ? there Are always and there always will be men indifferent to their political Thi tiek but there Are others who appreciate these duties at their proper ratio and know that an enlightened self interest forbids neglect of political activity. Many of this latter class Are Here to Day now if Only you who Are Here work As you work in this matter without neglect of other duties from this Day till 6 o clock on the second tuesday of octo ber next Fairfield county will make a rec Ord of which we will be proud and do much by her example As Well As her vote to redeem the state. Let the Campaign of 1870 be memorable for its earnestness and it will be memorable for its Triumph. This is Early for rallying Bui not too Early provided there is no reaction. Right and justic Public and private welfare Call us to action. See to it that the Call is is not in the reference to the recent visit to Washington of the Hon. Andrew Stewart and the statement that he is the oldest living congressman has called Forth a correction. At Utica new York is now living in the ninety Fourt h year of his age Hon. Ezekiel Bacon who was elected to Congress from the Berkshire District in Massachusetts inls07, at the age of thirty one and sat for three successive terms. It is consequently sixty thre e years since he was first elected to con Gress lie has been for Many years the oldest living graduate of i ale College and is undoubtedly the last surviving representative of the administration of or. Madison of which he was a member. His first vote was Given in 1800, for or. Jefferson. The new englander had Hope a few Days since that the income tax was to be abolished forever. Several republicans wrote to the Tribune that it must been ded or they would go with the democrats hereafter. One said he would Aid the democrats with his Money and vote if the lax was not abolished. It was unreason Able to tax tha people so enormously on every hand a Hundred and fifty millions than could be used for the honest purposes of government outside of the ment of the debt. But after All the sen ate has reconsidered its action and voted to continue the lax two years longer at the rate of 2j per cent. Miscellaneous. Wholesale massacre of miners. A five hours Battle Between the utes and Cheyenne the victims appease their appetite for blood by the miners sicken ing Laramie City july 7. The Laramie Sentinel says that after dark last night a came into Sherman station from North Park and reported that there had been a general massacre of the White miners there by the utes. The report As it comes to us is that a party of Clie Yeh be s came in there and the utes went to the miners to get them to help fight the cheyennes which they refused to do. A fight then ensued Between the utes and cheyennes. Which lasted some five hours when the latter fled. Then the utes went at the miners and killed All they could find of them. The informant states that he buried three of the killed at John Gillman s cab in or near it. One was a named Shipman who was sick and in the care of or. Van Dyke from whom we published a letter a few Days ago. We did not learn the name of the others. They were All very much mangled and their Heads chopped to pieces. Up to the present writ ing or. Van Dyke has not been heard from though his coat and hat were found in his Cabin. In the present state of excitement it is difficult to get at the facts but we regard As certain that the utes Haye broken out upon us and that several miners have been killed Over at the Park. Reports later than the foregoing make it undoubtedly True that the North Park miners Nave deep massacred. Another account. Cheyenne. We. To. J ulv 7. A part of Twenty prospectors who left Here for the Snake liver mines three weeks ago returned to a y. They witnessed a fight Between utes and cheyennes and prop by y owe their lives to the fact of the indians fighting among themselves. July 4, they found the body of or. Shipman of Independence Montana in front of i s Cabin. He was shot twice scalped and axes were driven into his head and his body was mutilated in a manner too Hor Rible and disgusting to Miles North of Herto North Platte ferry they found the bodies of two More miners mutilated in a like Ner. Their names were unknown. The indians committing these outrages were undoubtedly cheyennes. There Are about sixty Minera it Hen speak Gold mine fifty Miles West of North Park who Are panning out on the average$0 per Day to the . A carried in the air nearly two Hundred feet on the roof of a House. During the past three weeks there has been a succession of tornadoes in the Val Ley at Deer Lodge City Montana unpleasant As unprecedented. They last from one to three hours and Are succeeded by a perfect Calm. Their general is from North West to Southeast. The Width of the storm track a not More than a mile its greatest violence being confined to a Belt of 2 to 400 Yards crossing the Valley diagonally a Short distance below town and occasion ally the Side current giving them a Lively shaking up in the Village. The first two wasted their fury on fences Trees and moderate sized boulders tossing them about like Jack. Straws and just by Way of variety wrenched a couple of logs out of tie Becker building in the lower part part of town. But the third played a piece of i abolish not on the Bills. Or. A. Elliott recently purchased the Hall farm on Cottonwood Creek a halt a mile from town. It has on it a double log House one Story having a roof area of 17x40 feet. On it there is a dirt roof. Or. Elliot was engaged in it with boards and had it about completed on saturday when the storm began. His son a lad of a dozen years was on one Corner and he on the comb. As the whirlwind dipped he called on his son to jump Down and or. Elliot clasped the comb projection of the boards to prevent being blown to the ground. Just at the instant the entire roof rafters and All was lifted from the building and raised with the whirl wind sailed away attaining an Altitude of about forty feet at the greatest and Landing one Hundred and eighty nine feet from the House where or. Elliott was dumped by the concussion the roof per formed a somersault Over him and was scattered in a thousand fragments Over the Valley. Strange As it appear or. R.111011 is Only sign ii bruised. The boy was uninjured the Board roof gliding but from under him leaving him sitting Dis Consolate on the dirt roof while his father was abandoning him at the rate of sixty Miles an hour. When it is considered that the roof contained 1200 feet of Lum ber was nailed to heavy log rafters and that the whole affair was carried 189 feet intact some idea of the Force of the whirl wind be obtained. The distance is Given by or. Clagett who measured it immediately after the occurrence. The escape of or. Elliott was a Miracle. Their Bone and muscle. The resources of the two countries which events now rapidly gathering plunge into a War of Gigantic proportions Are am ple for a lengthy continuance of the strife if once begun. France the military colossus of the West has according to the latest and most accurate advices 414,032 soldiers on the peace footing 047,271 of a Field army or 1,350,000 men in All for her entire Ordinary War strength. Of these Diu. Are ready to Larch at the tap of the drum. Austria who is looked upon As the ally of France in this Meute has 28,40 men on the peace footing. 838.700 of a War strength or 300,000 fully prepared to move. If the group of South tier states should be found on the same size they have 06,540 men on the peace or 134,400 on the War footing with 107 000 of this number for instant service. Such a coalition would give Napeleon the control of 777,000 lighting men at once with a Reserve of 1.59g, 106 trained soldiers. On the other hand Prussia has 726,000 men on the peace or 1,206,000 on the War footing with 300,000 men now ready for operations on her Western fron tier. 1 his would place at Bismarck s disposal 846,000 men ready at once and in Reserve or 69,000 men More on of the Empire of Charles We observe that in Spain the candidacy of the prussian Prince is Only on account of his relationship with the Royal family of Prussia but because in his veins flows the blood of Murat the brother in la w of Napoleon i. Murray commanded the French army when the old emperor seized upon the kingdom in 1807, and when there was a popular revolt in Madrid against the usurpation he ordered a Large number of those engaged in it who were taken prisoners to be immediately shot. This act of cruelty rendered him odious and makes any name connected with Bun of Tensive to the by awards. Congressional summary. Monday june 11, 1870. Senate. The sundry civil appropriation Bill was considered for a Short time and the remainder of the Day was spent in executive session. House. A Resolution was adopted by a party vote declaring the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments to the Constitution duly ratified yeas 138 nays 32. The Senate amendments to the naturalization Bill were agreed to. And the Bill goes to the president. Or. Allison from the committee of ways and Means re ported a Resolution providing that pork packers and others known As provision dealers shall not be liable to the fax levied on manufacturers and remitting any such tax assessed but not collected. The Reso Lution passed. In the Kentucky contested election Case of Zeigler against Rice the seat was awarded to Rice the sitting member. The election Case of Seegar claiming a seat As a member at Large from Virginia was decided against him. The Knell of free Labort he new slavery of the new nation. We shall hear from the american la Borer no this class has submitted to unexampled wrong and oppression from the party in Power if not without murmur ing certainly without the effective resist Ance which might and ought to have been made. Labor pays All taxes tend America labor has submitted to the heaviest Taxa Tion imposed on any people on the has allowed the Bondholder total exemption and it has paid the Bondholder s share from the wages of daily has Given Twenty five e cents out of every Dollar it has earned to enrich protected monopolists. It has seen the Public lands the join property of the whole be Ophy once set apart for cheap Homes for the poor Given away by tens of millions of acres to land Sharks and lobbyists. And yet strange to say with the bal lot in their hands and with the Power if exerted to reverse the whole course of administration and preserve its rights an protect itself it has remained passive suffering wrongs without resistance. But As we said we shall hear from it now the importation of chinese labourers their substitution in All forms of labor for americans or europeans is the most Uuie Yitous act 01 Ine time. It is Replete with disaster to work ii r m in to. Maina starvation ruin slavery in the worst of a iii Eivazie Lorms. It Means starvation it Meana starvation in Lii a l., in Massachusetts a single firm of shoe Imra 1 til Nril to 1 Nita ,nrlw4 chinese operatives. They do the work Wen. They Are ingenious and Quick to learn. And various other industries Are watching the results of the intending so soon As they Are assured of its practicability to make similar importations. These asiatics work for a term of years Lor nity cents a Day and Board themselves. The men whom tha planted received from $2 to $6 a latter Are now Thawn out of employ and soon in All human probability every Shoemaker in the state will have to come Down to the chinese Price per Day or go out 01 employ. It Means slavery this is slavery in its worst form. By the Southern system the master provided for the Voung the old the sick the in Oiivia no Usu Gabon on tue new a i it. It. Tocu Safaei in me sew Ramon to do any thin of this sort. The helpless die wit no More care than is bestowed on a dog. 1 he master pays per Day a Price on which no american or european labourer can live and with the first Day s inability to worst Mesui upon comes to the slave. The hive of labor. There is absolutely no limit to the amount of this cheap labor. Enough be brought from China just so soon As steamers can convey chinamen to our shores to do All the labor of every sort that is required in the United states Twenty thirty forty fifty millions of Luu Uit a a can be supplied 11 needed a wining to work Tor atty cents a Day and Board themselves. Able to work in mines effective hands on railroads so ingenious that they can at once with former experience Supply the places of trained Shoemakers in the great Lactone is not this a momentous fact for the american mechanics and labourers of every sort and so far As we have observed every Republican paper is in favor of this Pagan irruption this inundation of slaves intended to destroy american labor it Teny or 1 reduce it to the degraded Condi Tion which is inseparable from unrequited ton. Labouring men look to your interests. Work while it is yet Day. For the night Northwest. Smiler and Simon. Donn Platt on smiler Colfax As program and on Cameron As a Loyal plundered. His Junior excellency Colfax. Smiler pertains to the National capital. His oration is republished in the redux lican of this morning. It is shot at so to speak this hot broiling dust. God of r Saken town of Washington. It is spread out and sold by malicious newsboys who Waken you irom the sleep of innocence by announcing that their wares can be had for three cents apiece. If i do not Call attention to or criticise our Christian statesmen who will ? that s the question that agitates the country. Schuyler co tax is a remarkable i say that he is a very remarkable . 1 said Many years ago that he ran More machinery with less boiler than any alive. And Here he is to this hour puffing away his Little puffs of steam and All the machinery whirls and rattles a fill thumps All to no earthly purpose but to Call attention to the fact that it does puff whirr rattle and thump. We Are assured by Learned divines that nothing is made in vain but what on Earth Schuyler was created for set on end and endowed with locomotion confounds the will and both ers the understanding. Whatever the unknown end be i for one am very tired of the Christian statesman. There is too much of him. One can not pick up a journal that he is not informed that the Hon. Schuyler Colfax has not done or is not going to do something that is not of the slightest consequence to the human family. One Day we Are told that the Hon. Schuyler Colfax is about to leave for the a pings. The next Day comes the startling information that the Hon. Schuyler Colfax has left for the Springs and so on until one is driven by the Damnable reiteration and is forced to con Sider Schuyler not As an atom but an item and be hanged to him. Reminiscence of Simon. This senatorial Jack Shennard. Of pig Iron pennsylvanian. Has of late been re Galing the country with Bis recollection of events immediately preceding the War. Nis memory like that of most old gentle men fails him. He tells with great emphasis and detail of what never did occur and fails to remind us of events that really came under his observation. That Story of what he said to Jeff Davis touching a successor to the great. Senato rial secessionist s seat waa unfortunate for it was not True to character. Now Simon is Brave enough to pull a nose or slap a face he has done these things but he never was Brave enough to utter a truth especially under trying circumstances. Old Simon was noted for being familiar and popular with Southern Sena tors and he is not the to make him self disagreeable with harsh speeches. A Friend in illustration of this related an instance to me where he waa himself a witness. Immediately after Lincoln s first inauguration and before his Cabinet was announced my Friend was walking Down Pennsylvania Avenue with senator wig fall More generally known As old dead fall when they met Cameron. Well cried Wigfall Here s the to Tell All about the Cabinet. How is it Simon i believe it is to be a announced Only i am to be Secretary of War instead of the Treasury you Secretary of War roared wig fal My god. Then we shall certainly have War. I must write and Telegraph to my friends that War is inevitable. Simon Cameron Secretary of War what is it that Shakespeare makes pistol say a Sutler to the army i will be and prof its shall accrue ? we Are bound to have War. Good morning the fates Are against Simon laughed and passed on. Judy makes the Legal query should the limbs of the Law be clothed in breaches of Promise an English Farmer has Burnt himself to death a bed because Hia wife would t retire when b told or to. A War for the Spanish succession. The succession to the Spanish throne which is now threaten to embroil Europe in War has once before in history led to thai result. In the year 1700 the King of Spain died childless and two prominent candidates for the throne immediately appeared. One was Prince Charles of Bavaria and the other waa Philip grandson of the French King Louis whole Power of Germany and of thrown upon the Side of Charle France resolutely maintained the candidacy of Philip. For ten or eleven years there was a War of Gigantic pro portions the Allied armies on the Conti nent were directed by the Genius of the Duke of f Marlborough and Prince Bongene of Savoy. They achieved rent arable successes and France was reduced to nearly As Low an ebb As it was a Century later when the great disasters Jav retook the Empire of Napoleon. For a Long time it appeared certain that he German Prince would be established in Spain. It a people that country preferred Hilibrand at last the Superior general ship of the Duke of Berwick an illegitimate son of the deposed James. Ii of England who directed Philip s armies ended the contest in Bis favor. By the treaty of utrecht which in other re waa to idol i 1 j Philip was recognized a the King of Spain. He was the first of the bourbons. Who reigned in that country from 1700 to 1868, when the last of the line Queen Isabella was ignominiously deposed and in ecu away. During the reign of Louis Phillippe France and England my. Near i Ain am. Broiled in a War on the question of the Spanish succession. The hand of the lat Queen Isabella was the objective desired she should marry Prince of the famil is. A Vise to a11cax to to related to the Royal family of England. Oppokea.11 Ana succeeded in defeat ing the or inert Vint in tha Moon 4 a Duke of month easier Louis Phillippe s son married the Queen s sister. The manner in which these intrigues were de created an intense excitement and for a time seemed Likely to to a great Britain was jealous of the influence 01 the write ans Camuy and was afraid tote would Reich both it. Paria Norl mor Lirl but they not Only failed to obtain the 11. I. 1. Laner government dui lost by a revolution the than not of Fonna i Muir of Phi n bilious Monarch who Desir Orl to i Cav tha scepter of the two countries died in exile in one occasion the thrones of Ger Many and Spain were United in tie Sam hands that of the celebrated emperor Charles This was in 1520. He waa not Only Sovereign at Madrid and Vienna but also at. Griir Jovla . 1 a m at. N in Tutaj j l was the most powerful Monarch of his Uay Ana More wan once brought trance it to. E i i. 1w me Uura i rum. A Nib historical was ratnt7ri in thai Tivan 1. Chamber of deputies by a member who declared that they did not want a Revi Val the instant and hereafter 231,785 less than tip nah run Nyrl siem Germany lend a helping hand to Prus Sia one won id Nave a Coz we men or 176-00 0 More than Francot to Monva it. Nonio this would leave Prussia still a Reserve of 1,441,727 men or Only 154,379 less than Al t a 01 c Ranee and Austria coalesced. From the territorial Enterprise Virginia City. Nevada june 29. Novel cricketing. The Cricket invasion of Nevad a whence they came and whither bound. " the state has been invaded by crickets. Vast armies 01 them have. Entered the Eastern poet Nolif the state. A week ago the Advance guard of the devastating horde poured Down upon Elko and As they swept past with their silent tramp stood appalled at their num Bers. The Elko Independent does not Trace their course eastward but they Evi Dently come from Utah the Home of the Cricket Grasshopper and polygamous to Monand Are endeavouring to Cut or eat their Way through to the Green valleys of the i Ruchnee. They Are destructive on vegetation and their Advance should be stopped by some Means. As the Malawi Ous marshes of the Ganges seem to be the Home of the cholera so does Atah appear to be the birth place e of the Cricket and Grasshopper plagues of the great Basin eight or ten years if not longer that territory has been sorely afflicted with Grasshoppers and it has sometimes seemed that the saints would be compelled to yield their Fields and . Tures to these innumerable and remorse less destroyers. The Cricket pest however has been less severe and from the habits of this insect we do not apprehend that the present in Vasion will prove very destructive. They sometimes appear in prodigious numbers but they travel slowly and their Advance is easily stopped. In 1850. For a distance of Twenty or Twenty five e Miles in Utah the whole tace of the country was so densely covered with crickets Large fat. Clumsy wingless Fellows that the wheels of the Emigrant s Wagon became almost clogged with the crushed carcasses of these insects. As their course could easily be traced it was Manifest that they had not travelled far and Winter probably overtook them before they had swept Over a very wide scope of the country. They Advance steadily however and Multi Piv a Hundred and fifty fold each year. Hence crickets now that they have entered the state be expected Lor some time to come. How to make and support a Good local paper. The first step is to subscribe and in Advance for yourself. This you can easily do. The next step is to encourage and persuade your neighbors and friends to go and do likewise. This will help to sup your Loal paper. Whenever you have anything to sell if you Are in Traue Orion Owma any Menan la Al Pursuit depending on Public Patron age advertise your business in the local paper these local advertisements Are much More. Interesting Reading Matte than noon left think. Thev five a business aspect to the paper and Render vital Aid in its your letter Heads notes receipts etc., printed. It is a Nice and orderly course of business and helps support the local paper. When you subscribe or advertise or get Job work done Don t try to jew the Printer. The local papers in this part of the country have too much hard scratch into be -3 ewed town in their prices. It is wicked to ask it. The patrons of the local press would not ask the publishers to come Down in prices if they knew what tight times the Printer sees even when he has to hold up his head and go ahead As if nothing waa the matter with financial basis. This much on the subject of supporting the local press. The next thing is to make the local paper interesting. Or ton Harn any extraordinary occur rence Send word to the Printer. When you get into the spirit of writing if you can write Short spicy pungent or pointed articles do it and Send them them to the Printer. They help make up the paper. If the Printer should happen to diner with you sometimes and throw out your articles Don t get and Stop the a try again seven and seventy times before you give it up or get . To pick up the local paper and Lay by the aide of some City weekly made up of the off All of a daily Issue and sneer at the comparative size of the two does not help sustain your local paper. The Large City papers Are full of stuff you do not care Lor. 1 our local paper is 01 More value than those City papers Reader will you please think of these suggestion97atia see if you can t do some More than you Are now doing to Exchange. The who sat Down on a paper of tack said they reminded him of tha in com tax. Washington. Washington july 11, 1870. The funding Bill. The prediction so often made that the Secretary of the Treasury would secure in a conference committee in the last Days of the session a funding Bill that would Arpan Talala in him Ana 1 11 Vatu to com successfully enforce was realized to Day by u agreement on a Dill for funding fifteen Hundred millions of the present Bon ded debt into three new classes of Bonds As follows to ten year Bend at five percent of. Which ten Hundred millions Are to reissued. S1eco? 1 in a fifteen year Bond at cent., of which three Hun dred millions Are to be issued. Third a thirty Yea r Bond of which one thousand millions Are to be Issue bearing four per cent interest. The principal and interest of thes Bonds Are to be paid m Gold and to be exempt from All taxation. The interest i payable Semi annually and in this country the Secretary failing to have inserted in the Bill what is known As the foreign loan clause. The Rak of interest Are the same As in the Senate funding Bill which passed March 11 besides the classes of Bon Sinto which Hal Lara it the Jav fave 11c twenties can convert their Bonds the Bill provides for the cancellation of such Bonds As Are now or hereafter become redeemable by using the Coin in the Treasury deposited there As provided in the original House Bill or by using to a cer Tain limit Coin derived from imports to cancel said matured Bonds. A future National Banks Are to be organized on these Bonds but the feature of the Origi Nal Senate measure which compelled the existing National Banks to Exchange their present Bonds is omitted. The new Bill As agreed on it is believed will pass bathhouses. While it is not so Strong a Bill As the Secretary hoped for earlier in the session it is a much better Bill than the senators thought he would get. In fact the More general impression has been that no funding Bill would pass this session. The naturalization Bill. House concurred to Day in the Senate amendment to the naturalization Bill and it now Only requires the Signa Ture of the president to become a Taw. Although it does not Transfer the Power of naturalization from the state to the Federal courts it gives the latter the Power to appoint what is virtually a fed eral police called special agents who Are to attend every election precinct to look after naturalization and other frauds. In All elections for United states officers these agents Are to be appointed in All cities exceeding Twenty thousand inhabitants. It is generally understood that the Bill was passed with special reference to new York City. Senator Schurz. As soon us Congress adjourns it is understood that senator Schurz will return to Missouri and Lead the Liberal Radical Side in politics in that state in the coming Campaign advocating the univer Sal amnesty and Universal suffrage amendment to the state Constitution. There Are Over sixty thousand White Citi Zens disfranchised now by the state. Sen Ator Schurz will also favor the free tra principle. The killing of Hon. E. D. Holbrook in Idaho City. On saturday evening about o clock at Idaho City a shooting affair took place Between Charles Douglass and or. Hol Brook which resulted in the death of the latter. There Are a great Many rumours afloat somewhat contradictory in their Pur port but As far As we can learn it appears that or. Holbrook was sitting in front of his Law office adjoining or. Belknap drug store when he was approached by Douglass who asked him if he Holbrook had called him a Coward. Holbrook re plied in. The affirmative when Douglass Drew his revolver and fired the Ball Tak ing effect in the lower portion of the Abdo men of or. Holbrook. Or. Holbrook immediately jumped upon his feet Drew his revolver and fired at Douglass who re treated around the Corner followed by Holt wok. A number of shots passed through the Bow window of the drug store completely demolishing everything. In All about ten shots were fired. Doug lass escaped unhurt. Another account states that the first firing was simultaneous still another that Holbrook fired the first shot. Holbrook survived the wound about twelve hours retaining his consciousness and expressing his satisfaction at having failed to hit Douglas deceased Boise Idaho ter Republican. A great Deal has been said Bathe Rad ical press of the dishonesty of the democrats who govern the City of new York but from the following card addressed to the editor of the Yew York evening Post Republican it would seem that there is far More honesty among those democrats they have credit for possessing in Thesa Days of supposed general corruption of politicians it is refreshing to know by the facts that All men at All times and under All circumstances Are not influenced by avarice. I read with pleasure in the evening Post of last week that Peter b. Sweeny had paid into the City Treasury two Hundred and nine thou Sand four Hundred and one dollars and eighty to o cents As interest received by him on Public deposits of City Money. When we remember that. Or. Sweeny might have pocketed All this Money and Only Dona As his predecessors did it is an evidence that some men have some con science left and that human nature has not become so degraded in All politicians As the papers would have us lord thus described by a London correspondent remarkable is the elect which Thi s face produces when it is seen in the midst of a mass of the commonplace countenances ordinarily to be seen in the House of lords. It stands out with a distinctness which is positively startling. It seems As though it re fused to mingle with the other constituents of the scene As though there was nothing in common Between it and the Ordinary faces. The Eye passing Over the rows 01 crowded benches on a great Day would not pass Over that Counte Nance. The investigation into the affairs of the late collector Bailey of new York City Nas been completed and it is now known that the amount of his Deal cation exceeds the sum of $000,000. His sureties Are liable Only to the amount of $100,000, and the government therefore sustains a loss of half a million Dolta--8 by the conduct of thit vigorous and Earnest officer. Throughout the whole there has been a determined Effort to screen the defaulter. To has never been arrested and his friends up to the last moment have insisted that the deficit in Lis accounts was less than $100,000. Trifles. A proud is a fool in fermentation. The air of importance one s first breath. How to do your duty cheat the sex -. Cise. One Seldon finds that which he seeks. When he searches for it with impatience. A prompt acknowledgement of a fault is the first step towards getting rid of it. Sunday is the Golden clasp that binds together the volume of the week. A lad crawled into a sugar Hogshead. And his first exclamation was of for a thousand tongues i " t f a tvs nil Nita 11 r url Iaan 4 v a Law ,vck1 7 a lit Taa 1 u u it Lii to Utah t in j can he be said to Nave a whole Day before Huml

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