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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 27, 1870, Canton, OhioVolume 37. Canton Stark county Ohio july 27, 1870. Number 7. Business directory st. Paul s episcopal Church Corner of tenth and in u Holiday Errico. Liu a vim a. and o clock p. Bra soul. I o clock 1. Tuura Ajr eve ning lecture. 7 o Clork. Key. Jas. C. Laverty. Rector. L c. J. Geiger druggist Eastton Caraway Street. Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. L. Rothacker East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. April 7ulf Stark county Democrat a. Mcgregor a son publisher us Plain a fancy Job printers Empire Block Canton Otto. Hiram Thurston. i i i tii i. W All Ordera from abroad promptly attended to. Bidder y in Hutor i Block of stairs. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea. Furniture Israle and i undertaker East Tut a Rem it Viii in Jiuu. " John p. Rex7 merchant tailor an j dealer to american and Imir Tal Clotha. Caa Vilerea. Vunk and to Odd Alao Cul Lorth sinner Prince & Haas wait to Riand. Two Horki always in read uni re t Ruiwu Lutvi v to Tuii Ruiu Edwin Smith. 1" copying and alar gig pictures. Oval frames Auu a 1mi ii i Ruup Imam lathe was Block South Market Street. I an ton Ohio. June coi a. J. Douds Sarraua Dan lid note up a Talon in resident in a Urkel or. Aide door in of Public 8ouaie, Canton Ohio. All ape Raizona connected with the profession promptly attended to. Or. P. J. Rowan. Lie Entiat of tax College of physicians and surgeons Ontario will re Ewe patients at his Ottyce and residence three door of c. J. Leiger a drug store up stairs. Of Conan Taiton from to i a. Maud to 3 p. Or. J. H. Siddall. Ism test barter a Block Canton Ohio Geo. D. Halter & bro., Bankers a Tonso arawak Street. Canton. Ohio Kee Eiva Lepoint. Loan Munir buy Oahu Sil ver. Hondt and compound interest notes bought and sold. . . Attorneys at it. Canton Ohio. Office in building near Public Square. No3 Acyl James harsh attorney at Law. Maa Aillon. Ohio. Office in o hrs i prompt attention Given loll Bua Queaa in trusted to Hia car Jyl to of c. L. Vallan Digicam. Counsellor at Law. Jayton Ohie. Will practice. In the several state Aud Federal courts. Office. . It third Street. Brat stairway East of the Ohio Laurance company. Mar i nyl ago w. Arr. Sao. K. A Aldwin. Raff a Baldwin. Amo Neya at Law Canton Ohio. Office to the Eagle Block up Taira. l t. Aii . R. T. Topi.,. Bierce & Thompson at a at Law Akron Ohio. We. Mckinley attorney at jew office in Eagle Block other National Bank Canton Ohio. June07 j. A. Coiler Elrd. Boat. Campbell. Comerford a Campbell Atte Neya at la Trump a building Canton Ohio up Taira. French Aud German a porn. Epths m. Q. Mcgregor. Attorney at Law and general age Marthak. Jasper county Misouri. Boultt Larvey Laughlin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. A st Koch Scaar a Xhai Tuut of apart. Sch fer a Garrett Aylor Nicya at Lav Canton Stark county Ohio. Junel Mai William a. Lynch attorney at Law and notary Public office Lucaille a Block Canton Ohio. May 7uyt j. W. Mccord attorney a Law and general collection agent. Allt auce Ohio. Bua Queaa entrusted to Hie care will receive prompt attest a in. 3utf j. G. Williard county Surveyor office in the Courly recorder a office inthe Wikidal building Here he can be foil us when in the City if not any Bux Ineata walled can be left with Jacob Capliuger eaq., county recorder who will give due nonce Tome. The Law author Iaea the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any of writ in a will therefore write Aud acknowledge agreement. Mortgagee leed a at Fuir Prinea and upon the Short eat notice. Cauton january is Lila. Otto Winter alter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and denier in. Watches clock jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly done on abort notice no i Eagle clock Canton Ohio. Rebai Iuta Deuble a brother dealer la watches clock jewelry silverware a East aide of Public Square Canton Ohio. Repairing Don on abort notice. J. A. Meyer. Realer in american and foreign watches clock silverware and fancy Good. North weal Corner of Jubilo Square Caslon Ohio. Pc pairing neatly and Neatia factory Dou. J. C. Bartett m. A. Phy Ailun and surgeon office Corner East Quaca. Raw a and Wiull Streeta w Intel Walter a Cor Ner. Canton Ohio. May j Gulf. A c. Thompson dealer in real estate. Dwelling houses for Mala rout or Schaug for City or farming Sperty. Build no lots of every variety Price Atid i oration for Ihly my Neitli re Eivid Ami four n time Kiven. Us Etc in Hana a ii look Kant Tuman Waii at Reata up taint. Uov2rtl h. Selden a Krai Zeidat and collection Agency of Ruhr file h and Poplar Streeta. Canton. Ohio. Farina and town property bought sold and rented. I examined Imura paid fail Lea Loleeda Gaja Levaea a. Written Money borrowed Aud loaned on real palate. Coal Aud other Kinda of Mineral property nuked to lean or Purchase. Jan l Loy i g. Eicher real estate agent office above mane leather More eat Tua Caraway Street Caulous Ohio May 1o- of. Exchange hotel by a Sponhauer at old depot. Uleta properly cared for and Bill moderate. May u Impf Jackson hotel. Loula Hollger proprietor North Market at reel Alliance House by Daniel Sourbeck at tie Slation Alliance Ohio. Meala alway la Reading a on arrival of Basra. St. Cloud hotel c. D. Ely. Proprietor Public Square Canton Ohio. July7 t h. Falke dealer in millinery and fancy goods. 9 opera Arloua Lieluck Caulous Otto. Or iii V. m. Kaa Kumok co cacti no. 4, 17. A. M., meet every taraday evening at 1 o clock in Danua Millar a new Block. De. E. Menary. C. R. H. Anua r. S. Janail livery. Univ Toiv livery Crevoisie lot 3th Canton Ohio Earnst Middau Gli proprietors Etc , it nil sin u to of Milvy ing new and Good Hora a. Conveyance to a ovum seed potatoes seed potatoes for Sale. To Lewis Engel Corner of eighth k plump Cunt on Hose ,00 per Bushel. Goodrich 40 Eta per Bushel. White peach Lowa 76 Eta. Per Bushel. Carnio chill to Eta. Per Bushel. Como. 00 eau per Bushel. Educational. Washington College a. Faculty gen. R. E. Lee president. Carter j. Harris a. pro Feasor of a. White a. M., pro Feasor of a Joynes. A. A. Or ref. Of modern languages. of clog Lutill. Rev. . K1lpatr1ck, d. Prof of moral philosophy. We. Preston Johnston. A. A. Prof. History and pm clix literature. Alex. L. Kelson a. Si., prof. Mathematics. We. Allan a. Prof. Applied a. Mcculloch a. A. Prof. Natural philosophy. Jolt k 1 , a. N., crop. Irineu iary. To prof. Applied Cue Matry. Hon. J. W. Brocken a Rolth prof. . Rodes mass1e. A. A. Aaa t prof. Modern language. Dir scan c Lyle a. M., a t prof. Mathematics cd a. a.m., aaa t prof. Eng llah Jokl h b. Walker. Amm i prof t limit try and principal of Huid Neas school. Por the present the instruction in enter Lith la divided among the pro fewer of moral Philoan pity m extern and Tinory with the Aid of an Ait ant pro Feior. 1 1 he duties of this chair Are discharged by the pro Feadora of chemistry and natural . I. Academic Couise. The r Colleti e u divided into distinct school cd fully Ortu Iid and con pit to in itself to a to afford the Bent i Bittien for rendering the in the veral branches of Dii Catiti extensive and thorough. The student Nete Cin Hii own course of study under the direction of Liu Dir want or the a mull v ? but that no motive due be wanting to a Complete Ana by nematic your to of Educ too me a Paruir a Nokia Are to Arrn Freu that they May be com Blued into the Bolhm in 1 depart meet of Xiu " that mar area the Ink Jarir of latin greek in Lith moral Philo Uii i with two Othern to the elected one from tie Liten iry us one from the a Genii Etc school fat the decree of Haa Zielor of Artt in one conferred on the Tud who Complete Thi Eure. 2. Department of Scle uce. Thea embrace. Mathematics applied Mathe n i Aura. Natural Liilo Ruuby t Hemi Alry French with one other to reelected from the literary it Cholla. To iii a our in attached the Derree of Bachelor of science so Jde Parturient of Philosoph. Thu Emir fees Eluh Mottern moral i jew Luhv. Liu Lory and English Lai Erar Ture Audi two other to be elected one from the literary and one from the scientific school. To Thia course a attached the degree of Bachelor of flip Conophy. The be Siree of master of Arta a conferred on student who Hare com dieted the course of study in nine of the school and live Tuku Dit action in even of theae. I. course. The impart menu of Engi Mcbring were Orrim the d after the War. To Leet a Waul ions Felt in the South of the highe att Grade of instruct Ion in theae important pro Emilii. Liny Are now in full and a eyeful operation 1. Department of civil engineering. Thea embrace Mathe Natica. Applied mat he a tic of hic. Mechanic Chen utry. French English lira Wing and astronomy. Student who Alicce awfully Complete Thia course receive the diploma of civil Engineer. 2. Department of Muniu engineering. The embrace. Mathematic. Applied mathematic Phy Hica t Hemi atry Minera lofty and metallurgy met diag German and i. To Thia course is attached the diploma of mining Engineer. It in no dotted Atill Furt iter to extend the practical and scientific de pertinent in the direction of 1. Mechanical . 2. Applied client try. 3. Agriculture. 4. Commerce. 3. Department of Law i. 1 i. . I a r ii in Riidu Iback to two ii not i v and to it a attached the degree of Hachmeier of us. Ill preparatory depart ment thin Tibia been onion feed term a rail y Lor the Benefit of Young Muu who Hava been p vented by the War from obtaining pro por Attu Deminic preparation for College. It embrace the subjects of latin Creek mathematics Ana English. It Iode of instruction an examination. To secure constant and thorough Drill in or. The Clearw divided into sections of from Twenty to thirty which Are taught separately in the lower classes the instruction is mainly Given by text Book s and exercises in the higher classes a., Ink Kaua m Aizumi. Nations Aje Boto Oral Aud written and those for Rohu Ienco and Are thorough and distinctions Are thorough and and scholarships As an eclat inducement a to Dili Kenoe. Three Gold medals and rive honorary scholarships the latter covering tuition and College fees Are Annu ally rewarded. Three masters of arts Are annually appointed As Kes deut masters with valuable privileges and emolument. The College educates free of Chart. All candidates for the ministry properly recommended. It appoints to free scholarship Twenty Riv e Young men intending to make journalism their profess Ion it Vive a Long Cheuu to meritorious Young often without Means who wih a the discipline of the Colle ire. Under the control of the president tends to develop Honor Liuti lines Ana i. Necessary expense Are not More than 123 per annul. I he College fees Aud three Mouths Board amount Ink to about $174, Are required in and Vance. Parents Are advised to Deposit the funds for their Sona with the treasurer experience having shown the benefits of this to the students. The session Onena the thursday of be Temler and close the fourth thursday of . For catalogues or other particulars apply to j. Leech clerk of faculty Lexington is. Juoc8tf Bethan College. He thirtieth session of this institution will commence on monday. With Tieu tester. 1870. And terminate of the 15th of june 171. It is romantically situated in the midst of the Beautiful and of the Pauha Iidle of West Vir Ginia easily accessible by Railroad or River and surrounded with the most favourable influences for student life. It has a property in endowment buildings. Apparatus Library a. Of Over thus enabled to sustain a faculty and Rumen ii la cuties for a thorough education of the very first order. Ample accommodations Are provided for both Public and private Board in to and unfurnished room will be let to students who wish to Board themselves. Courses of instruction. 1st. Be Kulsar literary course fuel Ltd inc the ancient a augustes for the let Cree of Liach Elor of arts. Kite tiry and Hie Utitia course for the of Lalji Chelmor sciences. 3. The course for Mas ter of arts. 4. The course for master of science. A specs l courses in practical chemistry. Civil. Information us to these courts will la foil us in our catalogue. Apparatus and museum. Tie institution bus a Complete set of Philop Sicul iritts and fat dents who wih it Are t ruined in the ii a of Field instruments. Hiso a thoroughly fitted up Lils oratory for tract Toul Bustruc Titi a mud work in ikihhu1 analysis and an ample to films tuition $50 Ier fro i to r per week. Us furnished Rik Diu $. Per session to Euh student rewiring for Ilie minitry. Free tuition to sons of minis ter of the Tosil of nil duo hinutt4ins. For further Puri Cir apply for catalogue to prof. L ims. Beret Virv. Or to w. K. Pendleton president. It Iuar West a. Eclectic Institute. French and English Hoard in or and Day school or Young ladies 37 and s a fount the Knox place City. Tiara car Audi rata tim of tha above until to tia ult Anil iii Griir audrid. Of or. Letitia to Lar 8kmci.k, of Virginia Diu Ikhter of tie Tatu Tyler in it a redly of tha a heat Only a Ami Amrita the it Bonaire it Paruta hat info the Good Aud welfare of their Dauth Tetra at heart a auth we take pleasure a it to our Friend. W. C Atal Frue a Renarda term Hulea eau be had at the unit of Seha be r a Garnett Ca Situu Ohio. 1.0i1m it . It. T talk a. A Coly a Cauchy s new York Agency. Wanted Hetio fer in k.mtt1.nh , Bias ton mass urst. Lot is to. Jii Nettina 11tantkd Eitsa to o sell the Octa v machine it is a Centre makes the elastic lock stitch and is warranted fora Veara. Price it i. A other machine with an Umler fee d Are infringements. Address sevy1nu machine co., st. Lonia mo., Chiago 1iu Pitta Burglin i a., or Boston mass. Juuew3 "1 17anted agents to sell the Home shut y the hewing machine. Price fi1. It make the lock stitch alike of both sides and a the Only licensed under fee d shuttle machine sold Tor Lesa Titan 9u. Licensed by Wheeler a Wilson. G Rover a Baker und sinter t co. All other under fee d shuttle machines sold for Lesa Ian too Are . And the seller and user liable to prosecution. Address Johntson i Lakin m k, Boston Amoss not Siminou ra.,Chicago, us or st. Louis to. Iuue2un3 dissolution Votice. Filhe of Herder t Moser has Thia Day been dissolved by Mutual consent. The business will of continue a by c. Geraer. C. Herzer. Cantor june 29, ifl70w3 Legal. Votice in partition. Cd circles in men it us. Is. Henry j. Nothnagel it Al. A tulle defendants Henry j. Nothnagel and Lydia Nothnagel. His wife of Columbis Ohio her Lituin n a Kaufmann. Of Cleveland Ohio Monroe her t and Mary m. Herbst Hia Wile Louia k. Kaufmann Catharine e. Kaufmann Mary l. Kaif Nunu. Lily Kaufman Flora Kaufmann an Catharine Kau Munn All of Canton o., Are hereby notified that the plaintiffs chos. Behlen and Marylouisa Behlen his wife have this Day filed their cer Tain petition against them said defendants in the court of common pleas of Mark county Ohio de manding partition of the real estate whereof Pete Kaufmann late of Stork county Ohio deceased died Seia Eil intestate situate in said county of Sutra to wit. Lots nos. 64, l6 and 187 in the City of Canton also a tract of 68 acres More or less being part of the Southeast Quarter of Section 11, e to also a tract of 44 acres More or less Beau for part of the Southwest Quarter of Section to township 11, Range 9 also a tract of a u acres More or less being part or tie Northwest Quarter of sections township ii Range 8 also a tract of 78 acres being part of tie Northwest Quarter of Section i township 12, Range 8 also a tract of 1u7 acres being part of the Soutiea Stuart prof Section 12, township 11, Range 9 also a tract of acres being part of the South East Quarter of Section 13, township 11. Range 9 All which tracts Are More particular la described in said petition in such Wise that the plaintiff us him drip leu Gnu Tua , Hermann s. Kaufmann and Mary May each hold one equal fifth part there Fin severally Aud the defendants Louis k. Kauf Nuudi Catharine e. Kaufman Mury l. Kauf Man Lily Kaufmann and Flora Kaufman one equal filth part thereof or each of them one Twenty gift h part of the same and that Dower in said premises be assigned to tie defendant 1st liar me Kau Mumi As widow of said Peter a til Maun deceased. Said petition will before h it it the next term of said court when tie plaintiffs will demand the appropriate orders. S. Meyer attorney for , july 14, 187uwo Road Votice notice la hereby Given that a petition will Beto the county commissioners of Stork county Ohio on monday september both 1370, at their office in Canton Ohio setting Forth tha the Public interest and convenience require the alteration of a part of a county Road in Lake town ship in said county. Said petition Pray for the purpose of altering said Road that a port of said Road to changed and located As follows com me Sciug on the West line of the Southeast Quarter of thirteen where two roads diverge one running North on the Quarter line and one Northwest Over Jonathan nose a land thence run aug South for the new route along the Westline of said Quarter Section and along the Westline of the Northeast Quarter of Section Twenty fou r in said township so Farad to strike a Road coming in a Westerly direction Over the lands of Licorie Weaver. Said petition prays that the part of tie old Road be vacated to wit commencing at the initial Point above mentioned Anu re using Neuce iii Ouirt the and through part of the land of George Weaver to a Point where two roads i verve one run Nick Westward la to the Roi it of the terminus of the new route proposed to be established As above desc relied and one running to the South East Over the lands of said Weaver. Raid petition prays that such Stena be taken by said Coin missioners shall effect the proposed. John King he and others. if 4 she Rifle Sale. Murium Melean a. Edwin f. Mclean. Virtue of an order to Aell a sued from theby court of common plea of Stark con nov. Ohio and to in. Directed 1 will of Tiv r for Aale at Mihlic out cry at the dour of the court House in the City of Cantou on saturday the eth Day of August 1s70, the following de merited real estate actuate in said county it a Niet of Laud ill Alliance Ohio and being part of tiie North eur Quarter of Sec Tion town ship la and kit nite to i mounded a Fol Low Becin Nizic at Center of Klov Street. 34 feet weat of tie West line of Elv a Hind thence went along Aid streets a a i Rod thence North 23 "10 Rud. Thence want fill Rodn Thene Outh o Roda to the place of beginning containing one 1 acre of land More or Lea aul eject to All Legal Highway. Sale to commence at 1 o cock p. 1 Erni. Cah. R. A. Dunbar sheriff july to Stark co., she Rifle Sale. Walter s. Felton a Tho Inaa b. Meyer. By virtue of an order to Aell sued from the court of common Flea of Smirk , and to me directed 1 will offer for Aale at Public out cry. At the door of the court Hula e in the City of Cauton on saturday the Ysla Day of August 1s70, the following dec relied real state. Tuul instar Courly Ohio it Lota Aoa. Forty five e. Forty to x 4riforty Nin e 49fifty 601 and fifty on e re in the town of to commence at 1 o clock . R. A. Dunbar Stark co Ohio. Administrator s Sale Orteal estate. Virtue of an order of Aale issued from theby court of Stark county. Ohio. I will on for sole. On saturday August 20 a 1870, on the premises at 1 o clock p. M., the following property lot s in Weaver s addition to the town f i Uniontown. Stark county. Ohio and uart of lot number 9 in said addition with the appurtenances Eini the Cabinet shoo heretofore occupied by William Wolf deceased. Tuims one thir d and the balance in two equal annual payments of interest secured by mortgage of the Kritil Ikauka r of William Wolf deceased. Sherier Sale. Jacob Herbster is. Nicholas Sharret it by virtue of an alias order to sell issued fro the court of common fleas of Stark , and to me directed i will offer for Sale it Public out cry at the door of the court hous in the City of Cantou of saturday the la Day of August 1s70, the following de scripted real estate situate in said county t lots no to thirty a i to thirty seven v7thirty Eig and the North half of lot thirty nine. In the town of str Asburie designated of the plat of said town As record Din the office of the recorder of said county. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. In. Terms Cash. K. A. Dunbar sheriff july into Stark co., Ohio Sherrir Sale. Robert Greenlee is. Elizabeth Miller. By virtue of a vend exp Onas issued from the court of common fleas of Stark county. Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public out cry at the door of tie court hous in the City of Canton on saturday the 13a Day of August 1870, the follow iii described real estate situate in said county t lots nos. Sixty fou r 04 and sixty five e to in teeters la Boru a co s addition to the town of Alliance. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. Tems Cash. R. A. Dunbar sheriff july Ltd Stark co., Ohio. Sheriff Sale. Lewis knot is. Henry 3. Deweese it us. Virtue of of. A. Issued from the court of common fleas of Stark Cucut Ohio. And to me directed. I will offer for Sale it Pic outcry at tie door of the court House in the City of can Tou of saturday the Judth Day of july 1870, the following described real estate actuate in said county to wit the South half of lot number one Hundred and ninety Limi in the City of Canton. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. Terms Cash. It a. To 15a in isiierin.june20w5 insurance. German ins. Company. Of Cleveland Ohio. 0f1cf. So 10, at water Bui Loiso. Capital $900,000. Insure building. Merchandise and other prop erty Agai at to or damage by fit s it a Low Retea a any other Reapon Suie company. 4rlose Hono Rahly adjusted and promptly paid in crop and Stock Solbraa or w Meyer c w Schmidt Henry Detmer j Wagner in Roeder p Tettl Haugh John tie Laeh Henry Kraemer h Kaller p Schmidt c Muermann h be Kinann c Horn Aud other. A. Remtul to pre t. J. Muc jut j. It via vice pro Idem. By Chan and Fred. Seelbach t Raveling agent. John rarer agent Canton Ohio. P. Luz1 us Una Avion Ohio. July Lesiw to. Wayne Tursh puking Mill. Planing Mill at Wayne Burgh in Aru Tolati F. Iff. & ii. It. Alec liner Hare opened a first class planing ill in the Village of Wayne Shugh and Are prepared to dress All kinds of lumber in the beat style and equal to any Mill in the country and at the lowest rates. They keep on band dressed & undressed lumber battens pickets m0uldinus, ac., a. Give us a Call. , july 6, 1870m3 miscellaneous. A Republican speech. The chinese question. Hon Frank m. Pixley of san fran Cisco one of the oldest and most influential republicans in California Las lately delivered a speech against chinese Immi ration. For a Long time or. Pixley Hasteen one of the most Earnest hard work and determined Radical republicans of that state. But now he is no longer with mat party a ecu proposes to arive out the White labor of the country or make it forever the slave of a Bon holding aristocracy. His speech is worthy the Atten Tion of every Man in the country and to it or a great portion thereof we Call the attention of our readers. It is time the Labouring men of this country were organizing to protect their interests. It is the of the govern ment to fasten upon the workingmen of the United states the Bon holding aristocracy now cursing the country and Rob Bing labor of its Reward. And As this aristocracy grows in Power increases in strength and multiplies its dollars it pro poses not Only to control the government Dut to bring to this country swarms of chinese labourers who will work for Little or nothing for they have no ambition or disposition to make for themselves Homes As have other labourers and thus drive the honest laborious rebellious manhood of the country into that poverty which in time will make every poor working a n of the country worse than a slave and More than a menial. The importation of several Hundred chinese Shoemakers into Massachusetts where they work for about $20 a month and Board themselves living As we May say upon that which the dogs would not is a direct Stab at the honest Industry the manhood and the intelligence of that portion of the country As of every other. The of the monopolists is to cheap in labor but not to Lessen the Price for manufactured goods. Combining together using Large sums of Money spending tens of thousands of dollars in labor saving machinery and then employing Chi Nese Workman it is proposed to bring the entire weight of oppressive monopolies to Bear upon the backs of the workingmen till they will forever consent to vote As their masters the monopolists shall Dic Tate and be Content to live upon what their lords and masters shall see lit to pay them. The effect of this filling our shores with this foreign element will be to drive out thousands and thousands of mechanics who Are now employed throw them into Competition with outside labourers who now owing to the Scarcity of currency and stagnation of Enterprise cannot find sufficient employment. Ana thus the work Ingmen of the land will each year grow poorer and poorer while the monopolists will add to their wealth their Power their heartlessness their inhumanity and u their disposition to each year More and More oppress labor. It is about time the White men of the country North South East and West were band intr together for Protection against this cheap labor which brings discredit to country proves a detriment the Industry Ana is & direct tue to mat wonderful spirit of note sprue which prop Erly rewarded made this country the great and glorious land it was before the Republican party came in Power. We Are opposed to the enilo Vivent of chinese labor in America. We would rather see employed the Earnest White men who make Little Homes and then Large ones who go into tie Western coun try and make towns cities and states great and glorious. We would rather see employment Given to those who have Genius ambition Industry and who have enough Pride in America to do that which makes the country attractive. Of this labor we can have none too much. The cheap dog eating Hovel Hunting dirty filthy disease Marke d apology for labor that it is proposed to bring Here by the shipload from China we want none of. This is not a question of politics. It is a question of life and death to the work Ingmen of America. It is a question of m0mentous importance to those now Liv in g by labor to the Young men of the country who have but a life of labor to the Young men of the country who have but a life of labor before them. If the honest Industry of America the Young and vigorous element without which this country can never Prosper be driven from the apprentice rooms and workshops to wander Over the country in search of employment finding it not finding their places filled by a cheap unreliable class of workmen they will be justified in self defend in adopting the Mast vigorous measures not Only for ridding the country of these pests and insults to the labor of the land but set such examples As will de ter others from coming Here. We believe in protecting deserving Man Hood and every interest and influence which will make the country greater the people More prosperous happier and bet ter contented with their lot in life. Let the workingmen of new England Send word to those engaged in filling this country with chinese labor that no More of this labor is wanted Here that it will not be tolerated Here and that those who would insult the country by filling our shops and manufactories with this class will be held responsible even to the death. Bat to the speech of or. Pixley. Or. Pixley said i do not believe in the Universal brotherhood of Man and fatherhood of it takes a great Deal of Faith to believe that All who claim to be human were created by god for men. Some of them might have been intended for apes and monkeys. Many think it Best to bring chinese Here and talk of the brotherhood of Man and the fatherhood of god and that tie chinese have the same right As ourselves to come Here and get a living. Those who talk of the necessity of cheap labor Are not the men who labor themselves they Are those who employ others and want the cheapest. Others say it is a question Between the Irish and chinese and they feel like the woman whose husband was fighting with the Bear they Don t care which whips. But i Tell you it is not a question Between the Irish and the chinese nor Between the germans and the chinese. It is a contest Between the idolatry of the old world and the christianity of the new Between the symbolism of Columbus and the religion of Christ. Their further importation can be stopped. As it required a great War to id the country of slavery to do i believe if this encouragement of chinese emigration is continued it will bring ruin to the coun try. They will come Over Here in swarms. If As or. Casserly said they Are skillful industrious a then they Are the More dangerous. But i am opposed to them whether Superior or inferior. They Are a Dit Lerent race and color. We do not want to mix with them. The types of the Ditl Erent families Are As distinct now As they were centuries ago and they will be kept distinct. It a the same with the animals. Their instinct keeps the different races of animals distinct. The chinese Are so unlike us in everything that the cannot come unless they absorb or drive us out or we become a hybrid race. They num ber five Hundred millions and they will come in immense numbers and overwhelm us. But the political question is the great one. One Hundred thousand chinese Immi Grants have come Here in Twenty years. There Are to a 72,000 of them among us 52,000 of which Are males who would be voters if they had the right of suffrage. We have opposed them with hostile legis lation and in various was shown our opposition to their coming yet they still continue to increase among us. Cease this opposition subsidize the steamship line that brings them and encourage their coming and they will pour in upon us like the locusts of Egypt. This is no Idle fear. Strike Down the barriers and bring them Here in Competition and they will drive every White labourer from the country. Look at the women in Tina. In infancy i they Are destroyed if too numerous in the family. As they grow up they Are sold into slavery and live a degraded life. Go through the lanes of this City where they Are congregated if you dare and see their i degradation and infamy. We want no such creatures Here to Poison society. I was right the other night when i said if there was no Legal Way to prevent their being brought Here to fill our hospitals and to communicate loathsome disease to others 1 would be one to take a Torch in Daylight and Burn the steamers at our wharves that brought them. Cheers. Or. Pixley then read from a Bok a description of the chinese and their habits customs morals religion government Etc., which was not very flattering to them lie read it he said to show their social life. He then proceeded to say under the inevitable striking out of the word White from the naturalization Laws and he believed it was inevitable for the Republican leaders were going to do it i can not see Why the chinamen May not vote and strike Down our system of government and our system of civilization and society and introduce their own. I can be no reason Why mongol and tar tars might not sit in the president s chair and in the Halls of legislation and make Laws Tor us. The Industrial question is an important one in considering this subject. We do not want cheap labor we want i cheap m0set. Cheap labor is a heresy. Immense cheering. government Ever flourished under cheap labor. Every country paying High prices for labor is prosperous. For us to say we want immigration and form immigration societies asking euro peans to come Here and Tell them we pay High prices for labor and bid them leave their limes and come to the great re Public where there Are Homes and farms Tor them All at the same time we. Are giving subsidies to steamship lines to bring men Here who work for ten cents a Day that is not the Way to induce the White race to come and make their Homes among us. If you want cheap labor give increased subsidies to the steam lines and Send to Asia for it. The much talked of conflict Between capital a labor he said was a Good Deal of a myth. Cap ital was useless without labor labor must starve without capital. If he had a million ducats that very night of what use would they be to him without the la Borer whereas labor would at least sup port itself by the fruits of the Earth and in that respect occupied a higher position and was More Independent than capital. As to the characteristics of the labourers coming from China for 5,000 years they have been in the habit of living on Rice. It had been and was now their Staple of food and they could do a Good Day s work upon it alone. But the White labourer must have his meat or he can t work. A chinese labourer s food need not Cost him More than seven to ten cents a Day while a White labourer could not live on less than seventeen or Twenty cents at the lowest estimate. Even the food of the convicts in the prisons consisting solely of bread and meat costs Twenty cents per Day. It was useless to think of White labourers. Competition with chinese. They could not do it. He had known men heartless enough to say let them compete let them live on Rice then if they Are not Able to earn but they could not do it they would starve and die if then attempted it. The Chi Nese had been in the habit of living upon the water crowded upon their River boats and could live like rats in a Hole. The White labourer with his respectable wife and his girl of fourteen years of age per haps and his boy could not live and eat and sleep in one room. The girl must have her separate room and the boy must have his room or they could not consider themselves or to considered moral Aud r Eli pious. The american Man must have his three or four rooms or he does not feel respectable whereas the chinese would bunk fifty together in an apart ment with a Brazier in the Centre at which All the cooking would be done All this in a space that would hardly be sufficient for four of our citizens. There was a gentle Man a Friend of his a Cigar manufacturer in this City who had Over fifty chinese bunking together in a loft Over a stable which was Only Large enough for six Hor ses. To property holders. How Many houses would the 1,300 chinamen who came in on the previous Days s Steamer occupy ? How different it would have been had 1,300 White labourers marched up our streets with at least their five Hundred virtuous wives beside them and their two Hundred Stalwart sons. They would have established them selves in offices in time built or occupied houses or taken farms while those 1,300 chinamen that had arrived were at that very time reeking and festering in their dirty Dens and if they were capable of any sense of thankfulness for the termination of their voyage were even then worshipping their losses. And said he americans meet All that comes standing and seeing this plague of lice or worse come upon them eating up their sub stance and bringing thousands of men to the Brink of slavery. Within the last two years thirty thousand Labouring people had left this state they had gone away and were not coming Back to compete with China men which meant Only death starvation Ignominy and disgrace. country Coul d Prosper unless its producers were Consumers also. But those chinese had brought enough Rice and opium with them to keep their bellies full Aud Heads drunk for a year to come Thirton Hundred White men would spend it in the country. Heleas All the chinese population did not give employment to ten White men. Instead they stole the bread of 1,300 White labourers whom they displaced from the labor Market of this state. That Steamer on Friday had brought 1,300 chinese. There would soon be two steam ers a month that would be 2,600 per month 32,000 a year even while being opposed by Adverse legislation and by Public sentiment but if these barriers were broken Down there would be 80,000 next year Aud 90,000 the year after that until they were Strong enough to defy Christian civilization and bring Over their hordes to overrun this land like Timour and his hosts. It was absurd to talk of competing with them. Are the chinese stealing labor. Now let them consider said he whether the chinese were really stealing the labor or in other words the bread from White men. When lie came to this country first in 1s49, he and the others went to the Eastern slope of the sierras and dug for Gold some got it others did t. Well whenever they began to pay less than $4 or $5 a Day they were abandoned and the chinese a time and took them and at this Day the chinese formed the real Popula Tion of the mining countries of California. In every country that he had known poverty was staved off by the Washtub. Was the husband helpless or Idle or Dis Solute the women took in washing and supported herself and family. The inva Sion of chinamen had deprived Many a table of the bread that might have been earned at the Wash to b. How was it with cigars a few years ago germans made All the cigars m ban t Francisco to a there was not a German who rolled a Ciu a Rette. Chinamen made them All. Matches slippers All made by chinamen. V Olen Lactone with chinese almost in entire control. Only a few Days ago eight men had been discharged from one of these Lactone. One of the men with a wife and children wholly dependent on the $2 a Day which he got As wages offered to take $1.50. Nor $1 no for they had hired chinamen at eighty cents a Day. Rope Makin g was in the hands of the chinese doors sashes and frames they Are beginning to make tailoring the largest Trade in this country. Was filled in with chinese workmen at Boot and shoe Niak 1 ing there Are now 250 chinese at work in this City. There were the Domestic ser vants they manufactured the fireworks and it would not be Long before the sewing machine would be in their hands. There was no reason Why they should not set Type for fifteen cents per 1,000 Ems As they Are now set for sixty cents and he did not know that some of them could not be found to edit papers As Well As some were edited now. The remedy. The speaker said that in the first place the idea of the Labouring classes at the present time was probably exaggerated. But yet hardly a Day passed that he did not have some poor Man or woman stand ing before him pleading for work not begging but Only seeking for an Opportunity to earn some bread. He thought that government peculiarly unfortunate that could not provide labor and pay for it. It was the duty of the government to make the most sweeping Laws until every Man and every woman was provi ded with work and he said were he Caius gracchus and this Rome he would Reform the Laws even up to the Point if it were necessary of making every Rich Man Divide and Divide his property again and again until labor sufficient foral had been provided. Something must be done. He said the Rich and the Well off must help the poor. It was easy for men rising from Well spread d tables to preach patience to starving wives and children but it was not so easy to submit patiently to see the bread which the Little ones ought to have carried off by a horde of barbarians. The speaker referred to the Absurdity of Tell ing penniless men to go into the country and farm to the one Side d operation of the treaty with China which country held out no inducements for us to go there while ours held out every inducement for the chinese to come Here. The Diamond land of South Africa. The special correspondent of the n. Y. World writes from port Elizabeth South Africa a very interesting account of the Diamond mines in that Region. We extract the following from his letter the Diamond country in South Africa is about 050 Miles in a Northeast direction from Cape town. The Road with few exceptions is Good. The herbage for the first seventy Miles is grass then through the Karoo or desert it is a species of Bush until you arrive nearly to Hope town j00 Miles and on the lower Boun dry of the Diamond Fields when it is grass again and continues so until you Nave passed through the Diamond Fields. The climate is Fine Clear through the Diamond Fields except in Rainy weather. The rain does not occur often. You have a bed Slung in your Wagon or you can have a tent. Your servants sleep under the wag on. The Days Are hot frequently 108 in the Shade but at night it is quite Cool Down to 36. In Winter the cold is intense Snow sometimes laying on the ground for three Days. The Diamond country is a Large and undulating Prairie interspersed with Flats. These Are numerous dry Beds of so called Rivers which when full we Call creeks. They soon run dry after the rain ceases but water May be obtained by digging in these apparently dry Beds. The Diamond Fields Are fully 5,000 feet above the level of the sea. The Baal Orange and Hart Rivers run through this District they Are too shallow and full of Falls for navigation. The country where diamonds have been found consists of Flats and undulating grounds the Rivers have not been prospected. The natives have hitherto found most of the diamonds and on the surface Only they never dig for them. About a dozen join hands and walk abreast across a Plain and when they Sec a shining Peb ble Thev pick it up if not a Diamond they throw it Over their shoulders and go on. Some White men have latterly commenced to sift the dry Sand and it is said with Success. Many Small diamonds of half a Carat Are being found. The Beds of the Rivers Cut into the soil from Twenty to sixty feet with mostly Sandy Bottoms some have Stone Bottoms also. The line of country along the Banks of. To i l Grange Diane Anu aau Nevis Smy mice Hundred Yards from the water has been most prolific of diamonds. At Jacobs Al in the Orange River free state Over 300 were found in one week by sifting. The following diamonds turned out satisfactorily in Europe where they were sent no. 1 weighed 21 carats found by a child named Jacobs value $1,500 no. 2, 7j no. 3, 1 no. 4, 3 no. 9, 2g no. 10, 13 no. 11, 13 no. 13, 9 no. 14, 47. Sold All the Way from 50 to $4,000. The Star of South Africa was the largest 83 Karats sold for $55,000, and sent to Amsterdam to be Cut. There have been found in s. Africa Over fifty diamonds of Over four Kar ats weight and hundreds under that Down to half a Karat. There Are various modes of mining for diamonds. Of course washing for them is the Best but in this country when water is scarce dry sifting is Best. The Diamond Fields cover 1,000 Square Miles and Exten Ding from Long. 24 to 28 East and from lat. 27 to 30 South. It is confidently expected that within twelve months at least 1,0 x men will be actively engaged on the South african Diamond Fields. A Diamond Worth 1,500 was disinter red from a Hole at Only a Short distance from where our informant was temporarily staying and this was disposed of by the Lucky finder for a Wagon and oxen Worth about 120, or at most 140. Other diamonds Worth 2 and 300 have been picked up and Many Worth 50 to 60. The most Active diggers Are merely Dispo sing of the Small diamonds to pay for the necessaries of life and Are hoarding up All the More valuable ones. A few Beautiful rubies have likewise been discovered and one Turquoise a piece of which we have seen it having been unfortunately smashed by the finder in order to see what the inside looked like has been unearthed. Fouls in sheep. Sheep Are much less subject to this disease than cattle but encounter it if kept in wet filthy Yards or on moist poach ground. It is an irritation of the integument in the Cleft of the foot slightly resembling incipient Hoof ail and producing lameness. It occasions however no serious structural disorganization disappears without treatment is not contagious and appears in the wet weather of Spring and fall instead of in the dry hot period of summer when the Ilioof a in rages most. A Little solution of Blue vitriol or a Little spirits of Turpe tin either followed by a coating of warm tar promptly cures it. Five Hundred chinese labourers arrived at Chattanooga tenn., Friday. They Are the first instalment of two thousand who Are to be employed on the Alabama and Chattanooga Road. It is stated by the Lynchburg a news that the Chesa Peake and Ohio r. R. Co., intend employ ing immediately one thousand chinese to work on the construction of that Road. They Are induced to take this step it is said because the coloured labourers have left and Are still leaving the Road in Large numbers. A Kentucky Farmer recommends that Wool a airs pasture their sheep with cat a e As an effectual preventive of ravages to dogs. He has followed this practice for Many years and has never lost a sin Gle member of his flocks by dogs or wolves while Hia neighbors have been constant sufferers. The sheep when attacked by bogs run directly to the cattle for Protection and the latter soon rid the Field of their canine persecutors. They have a queer Way of amusing themselves in Auburn. A party catch a Toad then a couple of dozen fire Flie s or lightning bugs. " they make the Toad Swallow the bugs and afterwards put him under a Glass dish. The Little flies keep up a flashing inside for some minutes and illuminate the Toad All Over. The Toad likes it. From the Cleveland Herald july 6. A murderer arrested. Long waiting and watching rewarded saturday night the 12th Day of sep tember 18c8, David p. Skinner residing a few Miles South of the City was Mur dered by a party of men who went there to Rob him of Money. We. Foliotti Davis Mulhall Mckenna and Butterfield were the party. One of them has been Hung and the others except Foliotti Are serving their terms of sentence in the Penitentiary. He left the City and from that Day to this the thoughts of chief detective Schmitt have been directed to his arrest. He has been heard of at various places and one time living it Omaha but every Effort to get at him proved Una Vail in on wednesday last it was insinuated to detective Frank that Foliotti was then in Chicago or rather was there some ten Days r two weeks before. Or. Frank consulted with the chief prosecuting at Torney Slade and auditor Jones and upon Assurance of All necessary expenses being paid started upon a train leaving Only a few minutes after the taking place of this interview and the preliminary arrangements. On Friday morning or. Frank paid his respects to the superintendent of the Chicago police w. W. Kennedy. The superintendent promptly detailed an excellent detective Horace m. Elliott to go with or. Frank and to stay with him to the last. The search then began and was steadily kept up All that Day most of the following night and the next Day Satur Day until ten o clock at night when they came upon Foliotti in a lager Beer Saloon on North Clark Street playing cards. Or. Frank s first View was from behind and such had been the change in appearance by difference in whiskers and a general filling up of form that he could not recognize him. He then got in front and after looking a minute or two Foliotti s eyes met his. Foliotti without a moments thought dropped his cards and jumped for the door but was caught on the step. It being too late for a train the prisoner was locked up in the armory till sunday night when he was put on the cars and arrived Here on monday morning. His trial will take place in november. Three indictments Are pending against him one for murder one for aiding and abetting in the murder and one for the burglary a. Foliotti has steadily persisted in deny ing his identity. He claims that his name m. Clark and that his Home i3 in st. Louis but there is no mistake in the name. A younger brother fifteen years old called at the station on monday to see him but As he steadily persisted in Refus ing to answer his questions or talk with him he turned on his Heel telling him to go to h and went out. His three Sisters called later in the Day and met with the same treatment. They were affected to violent grief and one to faint ing. Some of Bis companions also went to see him without getting from him any tokens of recognition. He pursued the same course of reticence with or. Frank All the time he was with him. When arrested he was in company with two known burglars and there can be no doubt he has led a life of crime during the entire period of his absence. He has no particular Trade but when Here worked about malt houses Aud breweries. His age is Twenty eight and he is unmarried his wife having a divorce from him. The explosive Bullet a fearful of warfare. The last and most destructive of the death Dealin g projectiles the explosive Bullet designed by Pertuisot and executed by a French Artisan in the celebrated firearms factory of Devisme is described in the last number of the and Navy journal. Externally quite similar to the original Minie a Colin Eric conic Al mass of Lead it is discovered by an unscrewing of its length about Midway to be intern ally a Magazine of fulminate. The explosive compound dynamite powder condensed powder or whatever it May be has an explosive Force six times that of Gunpowder. Experiments which have been made under the patronage of the russian prussian and austrian govern ments and last by our own War depart ment demonstrate not Only its effective Ness but the singular properties its Tuven to r has Given to it. Being Given the Dis Tance of the target its density Quantity of charge in the gun and the same of the ingredients constituting the projectile he has established a most exact relation by accurate calculation Between the Force necessary to explode the projectile and its penetration before subjection to this pres sure. Thus the Magazine can be so constituted that the passage of the Bullet through a Sheet of paper will explode it or so that the Bevere Impact of Iron or hard Wood is needed for such a result it is comforting to be assured that a Ball which would not explode in the body of a sol Dier or of a horse if not at a very limited distance would explode in the More re sisting body of an ammunition though m. Pertuisot is the inventor of the particular missile to which our Atten Tion has been drawn by a singular pro of circumstances Prince Pierr Eriety the Bete voice of the Bona Parte family appears to have been its in Spires from a Little pamphlet badly translated from an Essey on explosive projectiles written by the Prince we Are not surprised to learn that its aut Lior entertained the idea quite a number of years ago and even applied to Devisme to make him a gun of particular calibre Sui Ted to a hollow projectile of Copper or of an Alloy of Lead and Antimony. The fact of Devinnie s declining to produce the Defeated the Prince s purpose. The ethics of Slaughter Are defined in no recognized code but there is a pretty general Accord among nations that explosive bullets shall not be used in Small . Our readers have not forgotten the convention into which at the instance of Russia the prominent nations of Europe entered a year or two ago. During our own War there was an occasional suggestion of such missiles being used but we prefer to believe that the few cited in stances were altogether imaginary. We know that an invention of this nature whether Pertuisot s or not we Are Uncer Tain was offered to the confederates and declined on the score of pure sentiment by the Board of examining officers and if our memory is not fault the infernal missile was considered in a similar spirit by our War department at a recent trial of Pertuisot s projectile made by the ordnance department at Washington the purpose of experiments seems to have been to demonstrate its Utility in exploding caissons artillery wagons Etc. The Twenty seve n shots made at All sorts of targets proved the excellence of the culminated for such Pur poses. We Are very sure that no civilized government will be disposed to adopt an explosive missile for any other purpose. Despite the of Prince Pierre in a letter to his Imperial Cousin Napo Leon rejected it at once. Private j. Dalzell of the sixteenth Ohio District persists " in being a Candi Date for Congress to the intense disgust of other Radical aspirants who wore shoulder strap s instead of the Blue Blouse of the private in the late disturbance. He wants to know if shoulder straps Are to have All the offices and the privates none of them and objects strenuously to the prevailing Loyal opinion that private soldiers Don t amount to a circumstance " the substitute for the ballot to x is the Cradle give women one of these pieces of furniture and they will not desire the other. An Illinois grave Digger who buried a Man named Button sent a Bill to his widow As follows to make one Button Hole $2v5c." a Young lady who has been studying finance for some time past wishes to know whether the Day rate of Gold effects the nitrate of Silver. Novel Reading. By Emma m. Connelly. Time was when novel Reading was considered a species of vice and at that when the Success of a fictitious work almost entirely upon the plot and Tjio unlit was made a matter of secon Dary consideration when the characters were monstrous the events miracles and the whole thing As ridiculous and unnatural As possible novel Reading was undoubtedly pernicious. But the reign of superstition and ignorance having passed away forever to be succeeded by a Hap pier one of moral and intellectual Worth the Public mind has become More refined the tastes More delicate and pure and thought skilful artistry and an extensive knowledge of human nature Are among the necessary essentials of the modern novel. It is indeed to be regretted that Romance should occupy such a giant position in the literary world but it is far fro being an unmixed evil. I believe it was Irving who supposing two Young men to have been shut up in a Glass Case from eighteen until Twenty five and supplied with an unlimited number of novels gives to the one who reads his novel precedence in Point of worldly Wisdom Over the one who makes it a matter of con science never to open one they hold in solution says he a great Deal of experience. It would therefore surely be a most useful thing to provide rules by which the experience might be Preci rated and to ascertain the processes by Means of which the precipitate might be made fit for the habitual novel Reader is truly an object of pity. His mind is so crowded with imaginary scenes and conversations and his judgment so crippled with the opinions of others that he sees life As it were through a distorted Lens and is Able to form no positive opinions of his own. Sugar is a compound necessary to the human system. It enters into the com position of almost All articles of food and yet a diet of sweets would derange the system and so an excess of Romance weakens the mind. Many persons plod through Long dry works upon abstract subjects without pleasure or interest and fancy they Are improving their minds when in fact it is time thrown away. Thoughts forced upon an unwilling mind Seldom Tarry Long and Are of Little of ser vice while they do Tarry. But to read a trifling novel is time worse than lost for if devoid of Good it is very rarely devoid of evil. To the Large class of unoccupied per sons of the present time whom the inventions and improvements of the age have liberated from the Burden of toil and who require a time killer a sensible intelligent and Good novel is much bet ter than dissipation and revelry. Your son is safer at Home with Dickens or Reade than in haunts of vice your daughter better employed in threading the labyrinths of thought through the mazes of an imaginary life than in feed ing her vanity and squandering the pro ducts of paternal Industry and Economy in Folly and extravagance. The mind that has been kept pure and unsullied through right education and association will find pleasure Only in works of undoubted morality. What intelligent Mother would experience any uneasiness in knowing that her child was occupied with the Best thoughts of such writers As miss Muloch Elizabeth Wetherel miss Edge Worth and Many Man others who have filled the lonely hours of Many an orphaned child with Good thoughts and Good re solves. Branch of literature is free from fault. History is often discoloured by prejudices Over wrought and patched up with superstition and doubtful traditions. Metaphysics is founded opinions ofttimes of no More substance than our own and poetry is so near Akin to Romance that in this instance they May be classed together. Occasionally there rises a great out cry against the Clouds of chaff with which the press annually inundated the world. Chan inevitably accompanies the wheat and the amount of it is considered a Good indication of the Harvest. The wheat is garnered up while the flow of years sweep the chaff into oblivion. To write a Good novel is not the work of Days nor of weeks neither of months but of years. How it is by bitter experiences heartaches and even physical pain they Are generated and through what Dili gent study patient research and anxious care perfected Many a Brilliant pen has written. 1 speak Only of Good novels and there Are enough of this class to Ren der those of doubtful morality entirely superfluous to the Reading world. Romance is now an established Branch of literature and a powerful one. It has enlisted within its ranks some of the brightest stars of each profession let the skilful writer look to it that he makes of it a useful weapon in the world s War fare. Not in creating extravagantly perfect impossible angelic models Surpas sing even scriptural saints who have evil thoughts and giant passions to contend with which Are disappointing and discouraging because unattainable. Let them give us living people full of living faults and teach As to overcome the evil with the Good and How we May turn the passions into workers of Good works. Says Gail Hamilton a Story or a poem May comprehend the whole duty of Man. I recollect Herman or Young Knighthood which contained not Only More wit but More Wisdom not Only More Beauty but More grandeur not Only More play of fancy but More Power of imagination More directness of purpose More Felicity of expression and More ele of diction but More knowledge of Gance nature Moie soundness of judg ment grander conceptions of human Aspi rations and human capacity to love and to suffer to enjoy to to die and to Rise again a vaster sweep of thought broader generalization More comprehensive views More logical and accurate reasoning nicer analogies a higher Stan Dard of Christian manhood than you would find in a column of your solid Reading that would reach from Maine to that we should be endowed some so marvellously with the Power of imagination should be sufficient proof that it has its appropriate work. other faculty of the mind was created for r was imagination. Were not the Para Bles wrought through the medium of fancy ? was there in reality a Man who planted a Vineyard and went into a far country leaving it in charge of the cruel Husbandman who beat servants and killed his son and had that unscrupulous servant who made himself friends of his master s debtors at his master s expense any real existence would the truths impress us More forcibly if we knew that the great teacher had in his mind some Godey s ladies Book. A census Man in a fix. The following is a copy of a letter from one of the appointees in Virginia Ole Virgini Joon 4, 1870. Mister of de inf eur sir i do you de Honah of informing you Dat de Circum slashes of de Case in which i Are placed am Owin to de rebels defining de Ossi fers of de Lor in de Exum Sis e of Dar Jutis de secs am All Gorn to de Debbie. De Fust fam Bis Swar Dey won t gub Dar names to Enny dam Nigger. Dar aint none dem . Dey jes Swar Dey l stick a bullit tru by dam hed of i cum round wid de Wencus. I s in a Deb bal of a fix. I Shal do you do Honah of re Sebin yur Ansur to Dis do Kiment. I Remane Tontle death Yurs very affect Shumate Sipyo afre Aneyus Jon sing. Member of Ashe bit for Ole Al Bymal. A cynical pedagogue gives it As his opinion that now a Day s ladies appear to treat their waists As vulgar fractions to be reduced to the lowest terms. A Yankee describing a lean opponent said i Tell you what sir that Man Don t amount to a sum in a arithmetic add him. Up and there s nothing to carry Washington. Frelinghuyse accepts the English Mission military i Carolina preparations for the fal Campaign peaceful aspect of the Indian question. Washington july 19, 1870. New minister to England Freli Ghusn was yesterday for the first time officially notified of his appoint ment which he decides to accept. He has informed the Secretary of state that head not solicited the appointment and Thad therefore been made without his knowledge and while his inclinations did not tend a that direction he Rould yield his private objections and personal inter ests to what the government deemed Par amount considerations and accept the position. Or. Fish forwarded his commiss Ion and he will in a Short time be handed his instructions which so far As the Ala Bama claims Are concerned it is said will be a duplication of those which or. Mot Ley failed to carry out. Or. Frelinghuyse n will not leave for London for some weeks. Advices received Here from Keith car Olina Are of somewhat an alarming Char Acter. The governor of the state has proclaimed martial Law and suspended the writ of Hareas Corpus in several coun ties and placed in command of a disorganized body of men called the state militia a colonel Kirk who was somewhat notorious in the Tennessee troubles. Some of the conservative citizens who Are merely charged with suspicion of being connected with the Kun Klu a have been arrested without process of Law con fined in jail and denied a hearing even it is telegraphed that the Raleigh stand Ard of yesterday announces on the authority of colonel Robert Douglas the president s private Secretary that these proceedings have the full approval of gen eral Grant who will on the application of the governor order United states troops into North Carolina. The conservatives charge that the whole trouble is manufactured in order that the radicals May carry the election next month. Both political Campaign committees Are organizing for the fall elections. Senator Wilson chairman of the Republican committee is writing an address renew ing the work of the session just ended claiming that it reduced taxation eighty millions restored the last of the reconstructed states a and should be endorsed in october and november. The democrats will Issue no address beside that Al ready signed by the democratic senators and the members of Congress on the 24th of june but will distribute Campaign documents Fec. The latter committee desire the name and Post offic e address of the chairman of every democratic state an county committee and of All democratic and conservative candidates for Congress. These May be sent to Hon. Samuel , chairman in this City. Considerable speculation has been indulged in regarding the Cabinet meeting of to Day but it May be relied upon that Only business of a routine character was transacted it was stated by the presi Dent that this would in All probability be the last meeting for two weeks and thelast meeting of All the members for even a longer time As several of the Cabinet offi cers will be absent themselves at different periods during the summer. Several appointments were determined upon to a and will be announced after which it is not Likely any will be made until the return of the president to Washington. Contrary to the general impress Ion the French and a Nissan difficulty was not the Subj it of attention. First lieutenant Micah r. Brown of the Engineer corps will leave st. Louis for fort Fetterman to arrange for making the Survey of the treaty reservation of the Creek and st Ninole indians. There is no troth in the Rumor that the president contemplates recalling or. Ban Croft our minister at Berlin and sending to that court in his place. Gen. Schenck. The probabilities for an Indian War Are growing less. The commissioner of in Dian affairs says the Only place he con templates any trouble is in the Southwest from the comanches Kiowa and South or a cheyennes. Advices received from fort Fetterman say that there is to Dan Ger of an outbreak in the Sioux country. Red Cloud has gone among the Arap hoes and cheyennes on a peace a Mission and will Endeavor to quiet them. This is rather contradictory of the report that he was preparing to go on the War path. An amusing incident of Darkey one of the most ludicrous incidents which Ever disturbed the equanimity of a court of Justice occurred in the Trout of a Case during the present term before judge Orr. It was enough to have provoked a smile from old Rha Amanthus himself much More from the genial temper and Serene benignity of the presiding judge. It occurred in this Wise some pro Gress had been made in the Case of the state is Virgil Madden the Learned coun Sel had been discussing the relevancy of certain evidence and the judge with the Scales of even handed Justice suspended was applying the Legal tests when to one of the jury seats was discovered to be vacant and one of the twelve units which make up the integral whole of the jury Wisdom was found wanting. A Constable was sent after the defaulter. As might be supposed he proved to be one of our color de Brethren and with the innocence of a Lamb faced the irate judge. The follow ing colloquy ensued judge what did you mean sir by leaving your seat without Pennisson of the court v juror i thought sir whilst you was talking i d step out a judge do you not know sir that you Are sworn the try this Case and to hear the evidence juror yes sir but i heard right smart and thought that was the last rejoinder was the Feather s weight that broke the Camel s Back and upset the Gravity of the court jury bar it Al. The thunders of the Law were pow Erless Justice disarmed and mercy held its own. The court Felt that a lecture would have been out of place. Like the Wagoner whose apples were spilt he Felt that he could t do the subject it was Sidney Smith we think who said that it would require a surgical operation to implant a humorous perception to a certain individual s head the court we believe Felt it to be equally difficult to engraft a perception of Legal obligation into that juror s brain. Hypocrisy. The poet Butler said 170 years ago hypocrisy the strongest falling thu Only ainu Bill that a Intro All in for no Hin Al among the mints in in unlit to tenderly again my we read that in the Early Ages of christianity Many of the primitive fathers of the Church openly wrote in defence of lying and deceit and so far of hypocrisy As often necessary and justifiable in the i r controversies with their opponents and the propagation of truth. But who will now undertake to justify them in such a wicked course have we so Learned Christ " can there be a More despicable character upon Earth than the Man who forces himself to sigh and groan and affect humility and his prayers and at tend meetings front no other motive but to Forward his popularity or increase his wealth is not such an example a thou Sand times More infamous than that of an unbeliever who being beset with doubts As to the truth of any popular treed in any part of the world Nas the honesty openly to express them ? however tenderly the vice of hypocrisy May be handled in orthodox pulpits however it May be smoothed Over Pallia Ted and excused and apologized Tor by the enemies of All free inquiry and Liberal opinions with whom even Candor is esteemed a crime with the Wise and truly pious it must even be esteemed a crime of the blackest Dye. How then can we do otherwise than conclude that none but those who Are hypocrites themselves will attempt to estimate Aud approve tha prac Tice of it a others

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