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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 22, 1870, Canton, OhioBusiness directory st. Paul s episcopal Church. Corner of l Ami Poplar iii. Sunday in Fol la o clock a. And 7uovlo. It p. Bechool. I o clock p. Thursday Uziuk lecture. 7s o . J and. Laver to. Hector. C. J. Geiger. Druggist East Carawa Street. Canton. Ohio. American hotel by a. L. Rothacker East Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. Aprl i Wirf Stark county Democrat a. Mcgregor a Sod publishers and Plain an j fancy Job Printer. A metre Block Cantou Ohio. Hiram Thurston Book bands r and Blank boo manufacturer. All Ormara from abroad promptly attended to. Blud a y in barter s Block up stairs. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea. Furniture dealer and undertaker cart Tuwa Nom of raw a Street. Canton Ohio. John p. Rex. Merchant tailor and dealer la american and in Clotha cae Amerea veal no and Anutt rated goods also agent or the Singar sewing machine. Cantos Ohio. May 70-t f Prince & Haas undertaker metallic and All kind of Cortina on hand. Two Hearse always in Roadt a t Tuscarawas Street can Lou Ohio. Edwin Smith photographer the particular attention Given to copying Ardeola Ramg pictures. Oval Frame and albums constantly on hand. Home in Mathews s Block. South Market Street. Canton Ohio. June taif a. J. Douds. And whoa dentist Omee up stairs. In residence on Market Street aide three doors South of Public Square Canton. Ohio. All operations connected with Ilia profession Proi pully attended to. A Clit or. J. Ii. Siddall den lot barter s Block. Canton Ohio. Or. P. J. Rowan licentiate of the College of physicians and surgeons Ontario will until further notice receive patients at the st. Loud hotel. of consultation from to 1 a. M., and to 3 p. Zisya Stuice Geo. D. Ii Arter it Bro. Bankers East Tuscarawas Street. Canton. Ohio receive deposits loan Money buy Gold Sil ver Bonds and compound interest notes. Exchange bought and sold. J. A. Comerford. Attorney at . Trump s building. Canton Ohio up stairs French and German spoken a Polo st e. S. Meyer. Attorneys at . Canton Ohio office in Dotina Miller s new building near Public Square. Nov3 it James harsh. Attorney i Law Tomillon Ohio. Office la o harsh Block up Uura profit attention Given Wail beam eat us tuatau to it l care. Jyl vhf c. L. Vallan Digicam. Counsellor at Law Dayton Ohio. Will practice in the several state and Federal courts. Grace no. 887 third Street. Brut stairway East of the Ohio insurance company. In Arlott Tyl to. W. Or. Ono. C. to. Raff &. Baldwin attorneys at . Canton Ohio. Office in the Kagle Block up stairs. Juii 7otf a. A Max. R. B. Rama Tom. Bierce a Thompson. At at Law Akron Ohio. J u2tc3 we. Mckinley. Attorney As Law office in Eagle Block Over a -. Douai Bank Canton Ohio. June Ai ti7 . Mcgregor. Attorney at Law and general collect iii agi i t cartilage Jasper county Missouri. Oct21tf Harvey Laughlin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Loots scar a hut it w iss . Schrifer & Garnett. Attorneys at Law Cantou Stark county Ohio. Juuel Tuuu William a. Lynch attorney at Law and notary Public office in Cassilly t Block. Canton Ohio. May 7uyl j. W. Mccord attorney a Law and general collection agent Alliance Ohio business entrusted to his care will receive prompt attention. Jef j. G. Williard. County Surveyor office in the county recorder s office in the Wikidal building where he can be found when in the City if not any business wanted ran be left with Jacob Kaplinger ej., county recorder who will give due notice to Mac. The Law authorises the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any instrument of writ ing he will therefore write and acknowledge agreements mortgages deeds a at Hur prices and upon the shortest notice. Canton january a lotto. Otto Winter alter. Tire tical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in watches clocks jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly done on Short notice no i Hugl Block Cauton. Ohio. Feta of Deuble a brother dealers in watches clocks jewelry. Silverware a East Aula of Publio Square Coutou Ohio. Repair log Dona on Short notice. J. A. Meyer. Dealer la american Ano foreign watches clocks silverware and Rancy in of Public Square Canton Nuzio. Woe As. Assedi piously and satisfactorily Luke. J. C. Bartett m. 1 Why Sudan adj Flur son office Cornar Kast tii. Raw As and Walnut a trave. 1 Luisiii wit i i car Calwa. Ohio. Niay to of w. A Thompson. Taler in Keal estate. Dwelling houses for Sal. Rent or Exchange for City or . 1.1 ill not l s of Esery variety Price and location for Sale Cheav monthly pay Neuta received and four years thine Given. Of e in Hsue s Hula k. East l Street u p stairs. Nov Jill ahead estate and collection any. Corner fifth and Poplar streets Cauton. Ohio. Farms and town property Bogia tit Solil and Kested. In tvs examined 1 axes paid estates Etulle Leeds. Manira leases. C. Aritte Money Horro aed Aud loaned on real estate. Coal and Ether kinds of Mineral property wanted to leave or Purchase. Jan it "7y i q. Eicher Kean estate Herat of Bce above Hune s More. East Tuscarawas Street Cauton Ohio May Lotf Exchange hotel. By a done Amer at old depot guests properly eared for Aad Bills moderate. Mayx t if Jackson hotel Louis Ohliger proprietor North Market tree i. Alliance House by Daniel Sourbeck at the station Alliance Ohio. Meals always in readiness on arrival st. Cloud hotel. C. D. Ely proprietor Public Sti Are Coutou Ohio. July to ii. Falke dealer la millinery and fancy goods no 3 opera swim Block Cauton Hilio. Jyz Ltd A. Clewell teacher of piano Organ and singing orders he a tved at Kirk s music blare. Ovum am is. V. A. Is. Kno Moa a Oscil no. 4, U. A. Meets every thursday eve Sciug at 14 Oil urn in Dauns Miller s new Block. De. E. . V. B. B. Inns b. 8. Jan Cyl livery. Univ Toiv livery Crevoisie a lot st nt., Canton Ohio Earnst midday Fri pop bretons 11te bar the finast Rirs la the City All y v lug do and Rood horses. Ovate Vancas set a Nesuhi tau. A of win out coyly & Dauchy s new York Agency. Great medical discovery or. Walker s California vinegar bitters. 3 More Thau 50,000 Lirou 1 hear testimony to their wonder s i j Ful curative ehvcto.?h what Are they to 3 5 i 2crft 31 3 s a i i v v 5rsii v Cis i. They Ake not a vile. 211 .kt vow Mimi. 1 made Ofphy hum Whu by proof spirits Kcal use liquors spiced and sweetened to please the taste called. Tonics appetisers restorers ac., that Lead the Lipp Leron to drunk enness and Ruiu. Tut Are a True Medicine made from the native roots and herbs of California. Free from All alcoholic stimulants. Thev Are Tho great blood pm Rik Lell and life Givin principle a perfect renovator and inv Iterator of the system carrying of ail poisonous , and restoring the blood to a healthy person can take these bitters according to directions and remain Long unwell. Woo will he give for a Inci Mililo Case provi ded the Bones Are not destroyed by Nijiu Ontl Poi sons or Oiler Means and the vital organs aate beyond the Point of repair. For inflammatory Aud chronic rheumatism and gout dyspepsia or billions and intermittent fevers. Disease of the blood. Liver kidneys and bladder these bitters have teen most successful. Such diseases Are caused by tainted blood which is generally d by derangement of the i trite Steve organs. Cleanse the a tinted a blood a lie never you tim lits impurities bursting through the skin ill Pim Ples eruptions or sores cleanse it when you Rind it obstructed Aud sluggish in the veins cleans it when it is foul Anil your feeling will Tell you Hen. Keep the blood pure and the health of the system will follow. Pin tape Sud other Worms lurking in die system of so Many thousands ure effectually destroyed and removed. In bilious. Remit tent and intermittent fevers these bitters have no equal. For full directions read cart full the circular around each bottle printed in four languages English German French and Spanish. J. Walker proof Wietor. 32 Commerce-st-., n. Y. R. Mcd Alnalda co.,druggists, and general agents Sun Francisco an Sacramento Call Fruia and a st Commerce st. New York. Sold by All druggists and ii Alers. Jtine14 Plantation bitters. S. T.-18 00-x. Tutsi wonderful to Etulle Star Allie in lie Shrek Arlt or of the Zerble and . A a. To att and Rord Lul for the aged und Lune Ruid it hum no equal Ali Conff . Am u recur Taylor the ii Fri Tuncsi to who Fth a ten stub Jec Lim Kuper Cedone every other . In nil climates trop culs or Viiu it at to s of a Decicc in every Ungern Ilesi Thelton Dalj Ren and Bruks Down the animal spirit. I or male by alld Backlu. Uiai9iuc life in Utah of tub i mysteries of mormonism by j. H. Beadle editor of the Salt Litof to. Purter. In intr ten ext trek of their ski Ket kites be Kemmes and Chimes. Willi a full and authentic a inquiry of polygamy Ami the Morkum set from it a rigid la Ute Pren Aicelia Are Outing with Oiw in Kim Kvitle j mi., a porn 71 ruib4ri-be rin two due. One in 1 1., the first due. Mitzi m wanted. Saiid for Addrea Natheal pm will Lnu co., 1 he akoill., i it Or st. . Mo.juuelw4 to Matthew Hale Smith s a Kwh hook.11 Thor Yakum Amu in bulls and bears of Wall Street. 500 pages finely Imus rated. Price $2.50 it now to the myst Rich of matk Aud Kuld k a i Lin and the a Friea of in fort mint my Illa Tion and exp Onas the Windle. Tricka and f raids of operator. It Tella Lieuw Ini Thoun Are Witult Aud lout in a d in. How he Reni mum Are ruined How want in Are made in Grain and produce Lieuw a Oieu Specula in on the to Street re Etc. Air 11u wanted. We pay i Rei it . S and for terms. J. H. Blitz co., Hartford cui.juuelw4 wheat Redl ctl6 in Price of teas a1 d coffees to conform to notice or . Lure Rard fail Lulea it club sirs. Kraal or new 1 race the great american Tea co. P. Box 6h.i. Rel a Vursey st., new York. Jul Lela agents wanted Yeii Wueke for item. Albert 15arnes new Book. Sales immense. Bus lass far eur Rabady. I Aya Sal Lou per for Cirrus inns Loi Kilki Alit Friy a co., l w Kiu st., Cincinnati Jllllelsr4 his is no in Mill Ralty Inan. If Lars. Utill inc. A ilk to i Olor of i i hair vial will Rith. Rei uru until to Terr. R of Yuron tier in Luigj in w Atli u m Nul int of i to Rizir. v. From 1. Lowr n. 21, r Uptou. Ill. L. Jun i ill 4 i tit a f it i iii Ike More j v or Ith or Man with Mitt inv Terr is suet. They Art a Clit t b Ai. It aul lain Nouh la. Sd4l Tor Andrt k. S k i o., 115 pm i mmii4a st. I Huau. Junelow furniture. Removed. Furniture store z. Bernard removed hit furniture rooms from Hin has pure in Heitst i look to Uia new unti Kuit room in Saxton s Block 32 South Market st., Canton Ohio. Wjk All and be my Large k of he a pitiful ainu ii h u parlor sets chamber sets wardrobes secretaries bureaus bedsteads tables chairs a. Ala work male to order and All warranted Gore me a Call. July of z Bernhard. Bed Bottoms. sleep sleep top. You would sleep comfortably buy Blake s Afeei spiral a print Tseu not torn Nunu fact red by Mcalee k co. Canton in cite Hook Tor. Manuf Etory Corner of Walnut and seventh us reel one Block South of Tho lean we old held is our ent for Tho contralto Watern part of thin county and will solicit ar2itf tailoring Sec. Kitt Albert & co., have a Imit opened their Spring Stock foe 1870, or Merchun gents furnishing hats Caps and Straw goods which were bought of the manufacturer by the Case Ami in Large quantities of the same houses with Albert Rockwell & co., of Akron giving u3 the advantage of Large buyers having a Long experience in the business we know the wants of our Traile and feel assured we can offer goods at such prices As will afford the Trade a Liberal margin and meet the de Mand of the times. Good goods at Low prices. To. 7 Eagle Block. Kitt Albert & co., Canton Ohio. Auril tif groceries Ano provisions Bacon & Watson family grocery and provision store at the old Smalline staud now known a ked from to. 19 East Tus Caratat Street Xai cared to furnish first a prov Laluna of All descriptions and tiie Best in Tiu Market. Such As teas sugars spices Collace fruits ave. Choice cigars and tobaccos. The Best of flour and feed. Hotter epics it produce generally always on hand. W Hairal of Kep a Large assortment of Choice candies and notions. H. J. Bacon. Uoti l t lot is it Mont has i Richhrd the Jiuu res t of Joseph dui Noulin 1u Illif he rocket establishment. K Geo. A. Winter Hautur m hide of Public a Tiburc. Muu will co Timu to Ken the Villi i c4illlet of provisions and imm is n in is to be found in the City of Canton. Goods delivered. Laurive me a Call 1 Chi st Louis Dumont. Medical. Zadalis mwex2reat american he.4lth Rexa i Kukk Pur ill in the Una cues i nation i urea a e of Wuinee Auu ail cli route alter Tiona of the blood. Liver and kid Xueya. by the Mali Cal Kun. Uii Auu Nauy Utu Fiauu of tie bet Cut us. Read the Titi Inouye of physicians univ Dutieu Talho have used kudu in men Durour to Sadulis Viau to i Calth to oof or almanac for Thia year which we publish for Kraluk Ploub Oisin Muifun in iii Kiv you much valuable information. Or. R. W. Curr of Baltimore says 1 lace ule Nauru in your kimiab4ij at a very powerful alterative have Imd it used in two ours with Happy results one in a of the Moudary Mph Ilir Tiu which the patient Prouo uzeed him Meil cured Alt or having taken live Bollea of your Medicine. Tho other is a Case of Crof Uttof Long standing which is rapidly improving under in use and the indications Are that the. Patient w ill Pool recover i have careful by examined the formula by which your to Adulia is made Aud and tied it a excellent compound of alterative ingredient. R. Sparks of Nicholas Villa. By ays he has used Rosad did in Cue s of Micro Tula and secondary syphilis Wuh satisfactory results As a cleaner of the blood 1 know no better remedy. 8.uul q. Me added , i eur tap i liar used seven bottles of and Uin entirely cured of rheumatism Send me four bottle at 1 wish it for my brother who has so Romulous Ore eyes. Bechtol of Lima Ohio writes for Twenty years with an eruption Over my whole since i Pur Nasea a Louie 01 a Ana it Electea a perfect cure. Rosadalia is sold by All druggists. The Laboratory i Exchange place Balti and drs. Clements & co., Attu tool undertakers. J. B. Mccrea Maui lecturer Giitl 1 Falcor in All kind of Fine and common furniture. Upholstering of nil Kirsnis made to , and Solas Matt Moses lounges a repaired. Especial attention Given to undertaking. Coffins of every Stylo kept constantly on it tit. Onlys can lie left at Ava re rooms 4 doors East of american hotel Canton Ohio. Canton. Feb. 17. 1809- to hardware. Johnson s1ikkp.ick e Miller. Hardware store. Sherbick & Miller a Spigek Block 14 2 Kant tuck Traua st. Coutou o have just opened a Choice an. I Sale t Hani Ware Dure Haeil urine i Pally in new York from when Golu h i 110, which we Otter to our friends at greatly reduced rates. We will keep of hand a full Kysur tent of Giu a a hardware such As nails Glass Sash & doors locks 1r0x. Steel axles d Springs. Hoes shovels Forks a. Carpenters tools Cedar War e. Cutler spooks Silver War of the Host make Anil Warr unti a. Ii a in Ess trim m i n enamelled goods floor Oil clot h. Lamps & Carbon Oil cheap mar Sticks mat1ck1al, oils of All kind pure White Lead Ami warranted varnish of the be. Manufactures and everything usually kept in a Colusa Naru Ware store. We Are axons for Fairbanks . The Best w the country. Also. A rents fur the Only cheap first Elaas sewing the world. We invite i Public to can at our store Aud examine it. Suk Kiok & Miller. Up 70- of insurance. German ins. Company. Of Cleveland or Flo. 0f1ce to in. Atwater a Viloiso. Capital $300,000. Inauen Bui Luines merchandise Tui other proo erty against loss or a tamale by Kire it us Low re Tea a any other responsible company. Fet Floyes honorable adjusted and promptly paid 111 to d1kcctors a i or w Meyer w Schmult Henry Metiner Warner. Or Koeder p 1 eth Baugh Ohn tie Laeh. Lie nov Kreiner. H Kttler. P Schmidt v Mue Mauu. Ii . O re Anil others. A. Reti or ii. Pro . Mulla j. A tot Viec prom anti. Bitch. Man and Fred. Mikkl hash travelling atreus. John Raukk agent Anttn Ohio. P. I Zuis , 2.Loti of. Improved shot go new York office 27 Eekman st. I c3am meat Market Winsper s meat Market. The Public will always find at my Market. In the the orig r a Supply of fresh beef fresh pork sausage. Smoked hams smoked shoulders pickled pork corned reef beef q quarters Mutton Ukai. Lie in their season also delivered promptly in every part Cythe Eity. 11. C w1nspek. Jinariu notary Public. John ii All lilt notary Public Axil Insu Fiance agent Canton Ohio. Off a e at the Ark county i treasurer s office attend to drawing deeds mortified pow Era of attorney make contracts Tor passage to am from Europe at the lowest rates tic. He is Alsi of the German fire insurance corunanv.1 of Kiev and and other responsible fire and life Difu Raruca it Maui a. Ari dyeing. Conrad Peter French steam scorer and clothes cleaner Max Ellin s eur Tjhin East Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. Stats. Cloaks. Shawls. Pants. Vests. Ii resses a and All sorts or garments cleaned tip on Short notice and made to look As Wen As new. Of Olen garment coloured a Beautiful Black. All work Drom Nelv done at reasonable rates. Clothes left on my hands the forfeited at and or Inree Tonuia Jan iii harness. I u i. It i u in harness shop j j. Ii. Elivd Tsu Cicur the h Ine 4 Lind basement next to boots & son Nakkia Aiti. R i i h in Tiersie i Noil ,.g become sole Priorie iop Al Tor f hid fun und of Viii. Reyolds. 1 the some next done to & son s 8hotf store s he Public to Rome iils r unit he will at All times Cep in to Stiitt u Coin Jinete Vinety Fine common & draft harness saddles bridles whips collars halters cml very Thimig Iuli mauling a null or of High will in i old at n Iti Treain. I warrant my wik and car Auto to. Every time. J. It. Lind. Canton april 20, 187lllii3 plants & Flowers nurseryman & Florist offers in addition to his usual Stock of Allair Metius of vegetable & Flower seeds. I extensive hollow Minimi i him More Eft. Cut noun. Olio. Are Nour . Atli the i nest Ano Best growing plants i America species Ltd of All new plants which Ull Hortert in the Sill Yih new roses new Erbena. New Elii Lysias a Vai i ties new Fol ads plants double Geranium. 12 varieties. New Niew zonal Geranium new l Lilias. New Aud Harry Pulo xes 23 varieties. New Neilio tropes. New Fly Drant inner Saflora Etc. In addition to the above i offer a Large Stoi of r Uil it ii i Oruam Eull Tice Vitex and Sli rubber at Low rates. Also cabbage tomatoes beet Pepper. Celery Ana annual Flower of Sweet of Tat o plants in season. Cantou March to cloths vesting Etc All at Rex a ax1 Ike his new Spring goods purchased recently and arriving Consi Ting of the Altfest styles of imported and american Cassimeris vesting j and gents furnishing goods All of who will Lefold at Surh prices that Pur chasers will find to their and a Utate to Call of me Ite fore purchasing elsewhere. Singer sewing machines kept Busl Biilly on hand. John p. Hex. Cantou May 4, is7 iin3 Legal. Sheriff Sale. William s. Lichney of. Andrew Stark it Al. Virtue f a r i issued from the Urt to Cuin Mou pm is of Stark Coutv and to me directed i will Oifer for Sale at Public out or at the dour of the com in the Eity 01 Cam on saturday the a Day of july 1s70, the life estate of said Andrew Stark in and to the following described real estate mutate in said county to wit part of Oast fractional Section Nui her 17, township Nui utter to rare Nuin ber ii. for the same at tie Northeast Corner of he Caiiou Nui her 17 thence South 1, 15chains Aud 3 links to a Stone thence for Thweat Erly 4 chains to a tone near the rail Way thence North inv 11 chains and to a stake at the Southeast Corner of John k me Lam s land thence North in p. East 8 chains and 1" links to a Mone South least 14 hums and u links to the Lake of begin in i 17 acres and of an acre More or list. Sale to comment at 1 o clock p. Terms Cash. K. A. Duruar w5 j. Dilger watchmaker and Peaveler informs the Public and Stark co a. That he has jut newly he establishment consisting of watches clocks iii jewelry to repairing of watches and clocks of very description special at Lent Ion will be paid. Opposite american hotel. Kat Canton. Ohio. Nov by r for Sale Oxly at tie new York store. 1.8.1 a pair. Tray la teachers examination. Examination of tia hers will be regular Union school building cant tin on the last saturday of each Mouth until further no Tice candidates should keep in mind that besides the other branches the examiners will require a sufficient knowledge in the theory and practice of teaching. By order of examiners Ock Sitf Dankl wok lbt Clark. Political. Currency Bill. Speech of Hon. Geo. W. Morgan in the House of representatives. June 7, 1870. On the Rill to increase banking facilities and for other purposes. My. Moko4n. Or speak to in Locking Over Thi Shou e y and seeing the no Tiht r of vacant eats from tie Lime that the discussion Jeican upon this important Suslje t to the present moment the conclusion has Lee ii forced upon inv mind that in tie judgment of this House the Bill reportedly my colleague or liar Leld. The Learned chair Man of the committee on banking and currency is dead Sirn. Lid i not know the sincerity of Niy honorable Friend the chairman of the commit tee i should have supposed that the Bill had Bee ingeniously framed so As necessarily to secure t for Hail that teen the study of the Honor Able gentleman he could not better have attained the desired end the United opposition of the Stales has been secured by taking away from their Monopo lists millions of Milius of circulation to w hich they Are not entitled and the almost United opposition if the Ami South Are insured by the currency to the extent of , although the committee was instructed by a Reso Lution of this House to report a Hill expanding the currency s . I do not intend to devote Many words to the consideration of this Bill from the lad that 1 believe it to lie practically there will be but few mourners at its Tomb notwithstanding the Learned Aud ingenious argument of my colleague or. Garfield a to which listened with great interest. The currency at this time. Before proceeding however to consider the question under debate 1 wish to Call the attention of the House to the condition of the currency of the country at this time and Ith distribution among the states. The six new England states w Ith a population about equal to thai of Pennsyl Vania have 8h4.5iri.ks i of currency while Penn Sylvania has Only Sia our too but pays a Large internal Revenue tax than All Newen Glouid together. The twelve Western states Virginia Ohio Indiana. Illinois . Iowa minutes Otic Kansas Missouri. Kentucky an Tennessee have Only s0o,Tio i.ki7. Thus the new England states have All excess of Bank circulation Over those states of nearly forty Tou r million Dol Lars. The eleven Stales of Louisiana Mississippi Florida Tje Argia North Carolina South Carolina Alabama Texas Virginia and Massachusetts have of which amount Massachusetts has Over s.77.1hamhio. Thus while Ohio has a million and a half More inhabitants than Massachusetts Massachusetts has nearly thirty Nin e million dollars More of a iii currency than Ohio. Vet Ohio pays nearly seven million dollars More internal Revenue tax than Massachusetts. Illinois has within a Small Frac Tion two millions More inhabitants than connect Cut but Connecticut has $7,& to Usu More Bauk currency than Illinois yet Illinois pays $10,7u0,uu0 More iut Erual Revenue tax than Connecticut. M Missouri has about six times the population of Rhode Island but Rhode Island has about three times More Bank currency than Missouri yet Missouri pays More internal taxes thank Hode Island. Indiana has one million and Quarter More population than Connecticut but Connecticut has nearly six million and a half times More Bank currency than Indiana yet in Diana ays $l,5uo,Oon More internal Revenue tax than Connecticut. Massachusetts has thirty High t dollars Connecticut thirty to o dollars and Rhode Island Tifty Eig dollars Tor each person in Testate while Louisiana has one Dollar Georgia one Dollar Alabama Twenty fou r cents und Mississippi five cents per head Aad yet it is Cotton which is to restore the balance of Trade in our favor. Wily is it or. Speaker that so Large a number of the seats in this House have been empty Dur ing this entire debate ? there is a general paralysis of Trade throughout the Western and Southern status and a cry for Relief conies to us from Ever Quarter of the country. But regardless of the prostration of business Serene in the knowledge that banker Aud landholder ure fattening on the misfortunes of the people the Lac preventatives of the monopolists withdraw from their scots and re fuse to Aid even by their presence in giving that Relief which the people so earnestly demand. Sir what is the cause of this distress w hich per Vades the land ? Why this paralysis of Trade Why is it thac petitions for Relief have poured in upon us by hundreds it is sir because the legislation of Congress for years past Aud is now solely in the interest of the banker and Bond Holder. In 1806, within Oue year after the close of the War of the very moment there was a demand for currency for the ten states of the South once More restored to commercial relations with us at that very moment Congress and the administration o the volume of All this sir. Tvs been done in the interest Fohan Durund Bondholder to Tho injury of Ibe eople. Why because Scarcity of currency makes High interest and High reels with Low wages for the Warkman and Low prices for the far mer. Nor does the evil Stop there. The mer Cliant depends of the custom of the Farmer and Thenie Huic. And it the Price of the products of the one Aud the labor of the other Are reduced their Pur Hases must be reduced also the Lamit does with less the goods of the merchant lie upon the shelves unsought notes Bevolie due Withful Money to meet Rhein and distress follows. 1 he Talue 1 hold in my hand illustrates the effect of this contraction. 1 addressed a note to the oui missioner of agriculture Lor certain i Fonna iou. In reply he furnished this table skewing he average Price per Bushel of w heat in the state of new Vork Ohio Illinois Ami the Ruiton states generally during the year lot lcsi7, Luss and Sui. 1 Hud that in the state of new Ork in a Sis w heat was Worth is til iter Bushel in 1su7, i t4 in loss. I us and in Loti j i 37. La Ohio in 100 a Bushel of wheat w As Worth k is in 1807, i m in 1808, is 0.1 and in 180u, 81 u3. In Illinois a Bushel of wheat in Loti was Worth is a in 1807, is u7 in 1808, 1 Ai and in Sou seventy is x cents. So that one Bushel of wheat in new Ork in l8t6 paid w Hile in 180 j it ouly paid is 47 of taxes. That in Ohio in 1800, one Bushel of wheat paid 52 of taxes and in 1st Only $1 try of taxes. That in Illinois in 1800, one Bushel of wheat paid is o to and in 1809 Only seventy is x cents of taxes. Hence that in Cou sequence of the contraction which has gone on during the last four years the Farmers of new York have lost on their wheat $1 to a Bushel the formers of Ohio is 4 Bushel the Farmers of Illinois is 17 a Bushel and As the Tanner pays his taxes with his w heat and other products of the soil through the Agency of his labor and As it required More than twice the amount of wheat to pay ins taxes la Sou that was required in i8oo, it follows that in the interval of time be tween those years taxes upon the banners have been practically doubled. Now. Sir. There is a fact connected with this question of the currency w hich appears to lie entirely overlooked. Ills As to the rela Tioli Between the volume of taxes Aud the volume of currency. Aud to the investigation of this subject 1 have Given labor Aud study. Tames and currency. U Sou the total taxes paid by the people of the t United states for and is a l purposes. Amounted to Siso Jummie the total currency of the country at that tune was $.107,000,000 and the proportion 01 taxes to currency was thirty thre per cent., while in Lou the proportion of taxes to currency was one Hundred percent. In that year the aggregate taxes amounted to $0hi,,w Lule tue currency was Only ?8, so Liat 11 All the taxes state and Federal had been paid upon one Day there would not have lie ii cur Rency enough in the country to a vhf paid them and it May lie safely calculated that Al All times there is at least withdrawn from circulation and locked up in the hands of the tax gatherer. The taxes of the country in 1809 exceeded the currency of the country by so , while in l8on the amount of currency exceeded the amount of taxes by . 1 Hia Utain sir that the Only True limit to the plume of currency is the demand the necessity for its use. In i8o0 one thir d of the currency of the country paid All the taxes of the country while y the entire currency of the country is not Sutiri client to pay the tuxes of the country if they were All collected on one Day. I hold that if i stood w without any other argument than this it is conclusive a to the necessity of a greater volume of currency for the business wants of the peo Wilc. Lou Cistern gentlemen who represent the great cities of new York Aud Boston mud Philadelphia do not seem to understand Bow when there is a glut of Money in your cities it can be that in Ohio Indiana Illinois or any other w Estern or Southern state there is a Scarcity of Money and Tho people Are paying from lil teen to Twenty per cent per annul for its use. 1 met but a Day or two since a citizen of Indiana. Who i believe is known to the entire delegation of Titan suite on this floor and he told me Elliut one of the Banks of that state paid Linn ten percent on his deposits. Now 11 a bunk can pay ten percent. On its deposits How much do you suppose it Char Ges the Viau who is compelled to borrow at its counter sir the remedy against this great wrong lies with the Meu who represent on this floor the peole of tie South and . They must learn Tesson from the representatives of the Bankers and bondholders of the East they must Combine without regard to party in asserting Aud maintain ing the rights Aud interests of their constituents and if they do so Combine they will Triumph. And now for a few Moi neuts i wish to Call your attention to the Bill reported by my Honora ble Friend and colleague or. Garfield a to whose Courtesy i am indebted for an Opportunity to Par. Tic impute at this time in the Delute upon his Bill. My honorable colleague coolly told us this mor ning that a Resolution had been passed by the House requiring the committee on banking and currency to report a Bill to increase the currency of the country to the extent of 8 s,utt0 m. 1 think 1 do not misrepresent my honorable Friend. My. G.4.rrild, of Ohio. Circulating currency was the term used ill the Resolution. Or. Morgan. Granted. What has the commit tee Doue ? instead of introducing a Bill to in crease the circulating currency As directed not As requested but As directed by a solemn Resolution of this houses the committee has introduced a Bill w hich instead of increasing the circulation $..0ou,, actually decreases it s . How is that done it is not pretended by the chairman of the committee on banking and cur Rency that the requirements of the House have lieu complied with but he told the House in his opening argument the provisions of the Bill in creased the volume of the currency a t,. But in that be is mistaken for there is a Clear contraction of at least . The Bill provides for the Issue of of Bank notes and that is the whole expansion provided for. But it also requires the withdrawal from circulation of of three per cent notes of 510,1100. 100 of Legal tender notes and an average Reserve for the new Banks a stud to Twenty per cent id the . Hence the total contraction ts31n4,, to a and the total expansion , leaving an actual contraction of $ .1,000,00 1. Further the Bill proposes to in Orense the bonded debt of the United slates flu Usu nuo. It has become the belief of the country As it is mine that this government in Stead of living conducted in the interests of the people is lie aug solely and wholly run in the interests of the Bondholder and banker without regard to the people. Or. Speaker bunkers und bondholders have rights. Have the people of the country Noue this Bill provides not Only that shall be exempted from site taxation and local Luxa Tion but it undertakes that Congress shall not have Power to tax these Bonds. Now suppose the b la should not be adopted and the government at the end of Twenty five Eyears was called Uijun to pay this s85.0,Iko, that is s40,, of Treasury notes and $4a,,0oo three per cent certificates what amount do we have at the end of Twenty five e years we have the sum of tu8,7su,. That amount would be required to pay off that debt at tie end of Twenty live years. Now deduct 1187.,o 000 from Al sri Auu you Nave a Aeau loss of gu4,, too if this 0111 goes 1010 opera us. Or. Morgan s substitute. Or. Speaker in of Dien e to a Large number of petitions sent me from the Peeple asking for re Lief 1 introduced a substitute for the Bill of the committee. The first Section proposes to abolish the National Banks thus saving Over jul you you annually now paid As interest of the kinds deposited by the Banks As Security a moment sir let us contrast the scheme of the committee with the substitute i have had the Honor to submit. The committee propose to in crease the bonded debt $114,000,0011, thereby adding to the interest of the Federal debt nearly seven million dollars. The substitute proposes to reduce the bonded debt $142,000,0 10, by paying Orl that amount at Par in Treasury notes Aud there by save More than Twenty millions annually by w a of interest Ai d also the further sum of by preventing Secretary Boutwell paving to the Bond Holder twelve dollars on the Hundred More than their Legal value. The scheme of the committee w Ould Cost the government Over ninety to million dollars to put in operation while the plan of the substitute would scarcely Cost Dollar. The Bill proposes these new Tuniks shall keep a specie Reserve of one Dollar for every four dollars of circulation and As the paper of the Newbanks would he at once gobbled up by the old ones the specie would be drawn from the Newbanks As rapidly As it was deposited and a col lapse would lie like result. Of the contrary the substitute proposes to redeem the Treasury note sin specie when the debt is paid Orland a less amount of Money is Secretary of the Treasury and other Finan Ciers who Aid in running the government forthe sole Benefit of the bondholders talk of a Spe Cie basis of Eskili e paper currency equal to Gold As if such a thing were possible while behave a Law 011 our statute Book declaring that paper Money shall not lie equal to specie that paper Money shall not answer tie purposes of Money into payment of custom dues. Or this talk of re turning to a specie basis while this debt hangs Oier us is a Mere cheat set afloat for the express purpose of deceiving the people. Suppose that sum client Gold were in the country to make Aoe fourth Reserve for All the Banks How Long would the Gold remain in their vaults while the balance of Trade is against us while we Hare this fearful debt hanging Over us. While our peo ple pay More taxes than any other people we must have a Currene of Aud an increase of prices would be the natural re Sun. 11 we Nad specie payments under that state of things the foreigner would sell us his goods Tor paper at Paer prices and a hour Afier Arddra the Gold from the Bank und ship it Home Orit at an enormous discount. The draw ing of the Gold irom the Banks would produce contraction and sudden contraction would bring with it com Mercial disaster. Until we get rid of the debt w have Only one True line 01 policy and should Only have one currency and that should be the people ure relieved of the Burden of the debt then but not till then can we have a aerie circulation. A currency of Gold and Silver now would double the Fortune of the Bondholder an the taxes of the people. Those who pretend to favor a return to is. Repayments know that it is impossible. How do you expect to return to specie payments to establish ail Equality Between Gold Aud paper when by special legislation you have made paper currency inferior to specie there is another reason Why we should not if we could return to specie pay ments now. Let custom dues be paid in treas i or y notes and the interest on the funded debt repaid in the same currency that the interest on Al debts is payable and then if the foreigner want sour Gold he must buy it like any other commod Ity or take our manufactures und products in Exchange for his and instead of losing we will largely Gaiu. I have a word or two to say in regard to the first Section of my Bill which proposes to abolish the National Banks for of All schemes of legalize plunder since the world began the scheme of National banking in the United states is the most indefensible and the most infamous. The plunder scheme. It hat is this scheme of Plu a or of which i speak Law was passed giving to a very few men com pared with our population Saoii..Oiki of something the Law cull Money. What did they pay for it now Mark you this Point. How much did the give for these 8 100,1100.000 of Bank notes not one Farthing they did not even pay for the paper on which the note is printed. They did no pay for the Ink. You Cave to new end land a Oiio. of Thia Bank Money which did not Costner England a Farthing and out of extreme generosity new eni Rland comes Obi l.,na$."si.Oiio, it 20 per cent Money w hich Cost her it Icci s nits Iron 01 a our la Orund toil and Industry and in the space of a few years makes not Only sioo.. but ,2oo,,000 and she will redeem her Bonds at the Treasury place them in her pockets and have the neat Little sum of 10,000 Clear gain. I have in my hand the statement of Jay Cook Eft co. Published in 186i. It shows that in 1804 on Dollar of Gold was Worth $2,03 in paper whee on Dollar of paper was Only Worth 4tt x cents , with $171,2ao,550 111 Gold the Bankers Pur chased that value Treasury notes and invested them at Par in 8 142,475,100 of Bonds. They have received six years interest on the Bonds which me people owed them and six years " interest on the notes which they owed the people. That is they Drew inter on the Money Thev he Law. Rowed As Well As upon the Money they have Lent. Ii Neie sir ice me can your attention to Little recount slated Between the in account with the to Bonds 2.475,100to notes tin too a h interest on Bonds. 12.1,21.0.iinterest on notes. 108,ouf ,0u0 total 87s,7oo,i i deduct 1,88,008 profit. $040,883,008 Cost of Bonds. S171.2 7,5. 0six years interest of same 01,04o,518 Tolj 12,88 l,uc8 the a Mou 111 of Nitu i, 8l71, s7,5. Al is $ i,88 i,o08, or the sum invested has been increased nearly Are the questions . Midi a i face these Are the issues which we Are obliged to confront. The cuban revolution. Grant s message to june 13, 1870.the president sent the following message too urge a Lute in the afternoon 7l tie be Iuit and a Ulusc of in my annual message to Congress at the Bio. of its present session i referred to the con test w hich had been for More than a year existing in Cuba Between a portion of its inhabitants an the government of Spain and to the feelings and sympathy of the people and government of the United states for the people of Cuba As for Ull peo Ples struggling for Liberty and air. Und said that the contest has at no time assumed Eoo Loiou into amounted 10 War in the sense of Intima Rioual Luw or which would show the existence a de Facto political organization of the insurgents Sutti Lieut to justify u recognition of Bel the six month the Date of the message the condition of ii. Insurgents has not improved mud the insurrection Stelt although not subdued a. .ii,.,. Advance but seems to be confined to an irregular system of hostilities carried of by Small bunds Farmed men without concentration tlim.11.1. Woods and sparsely populated regions of tie Island attacking from us Bush conveyances an Small bands of troops und Buruii plantations us estates of those not in sympathy with their Caus but the insurrection has not gained ground and to ,""y,.True that Spain Lias not suppressed it. The climate disease and occasional Bat us Laie wonted destruct Luu among the soldiers of spam Aud although the Spanish govern ment had Possession of nearly every seaport and town on the Island they have not been Able to subdue the hostile feeling which has driven Numier of natives to armed resistance Agugust Spain mud still leads them to endure Dan Fiilus or vat Lou Una a roaming life of a guar of n either Side the contest has been conducted and is now carried on with a lamentable disregard of human like Aud of the usages and practices which modern civilization has prescribed astute necessary process of War. The War of Spau. To Uii using devastation Overl Ertile regions. Murderous and revengeful de crees Are issued and executed by both parties. Vouri Rauna Seua und col. Bulton on the part of cd the indignation of the civilized world by theese Cuton each of u score of prisoners at a Lime while gen. Lues a the cuban chief coolly und with apparent v Ini. I i Slaughter by his own deliberate order in Oue Dav war1 " " Llu Aej had or y prisoners of w whatever May be the sympathies of the people or of Tho government of the United states for cause or objects Lor which a Purt of the people of v j 11armed resistance to Saui. There pm la. Ow.,. Just Sam oath in a Conr dict. L parties alike in such barbarous violation tothe rules civilized nations and Tiili s.1.0,Lined outrages upon the plainest principles of humanity. To cannot discriminate in our censure of thei Inoue 01 their contest Between Spain and Cuba. Each commits some atrocities mud outrages alike against the established rules of War. Ine property 01 Many 01 our citizens has of ii Uesi Romeu or amour goes. L he lives of Sev Eru have been sacrificed mud the liberties of Otic ers have been restrained. In every Case that has come to the knowledge of m Gulfi Uinci Uii Early Auu Earnest demand for Reimira Tiomi Anil 1. N i and most emphatic Reinou stances been presented against the manner in which the strife is conduct Daud against the reckless disregard of human life the Wanton destruction of material mud wealth and cruel disregard of Tho established rules of civilized warfare. I have since the beginning of the present ses 10 Llie House upon their request us account of the Lime in me Juopo 01 a ringing the Connic tto in end and for securing to Tho people of Culi athe blessings und right of Independence. The efforts thus made have failed but not without Assurance from Spain that the Good offices of this government might still Avail for the objects to w hich they had been the whole contest the Reid Skuble exhibition has been made of Large numbers of cubans escaping from the Island and avoiding Ull risks of the our congregating in this country at a Safe distance from the obscene danger and Are endeavouring to make War upon our shores to urge our people into a fight which they avoid Aud to embroil this government in complications us possible hostilities with Spain. It can scarcely be doubted that the last result Isth real object of these parties although carefully covered under the deceptive und apparently plausible demand for recognition of is studied 011 what 1 have reason to a curd Good authority that cuban Bonds have Leeti prepared to a Large amount w Hose payment is dependent upon the recognition by the United states of cuban belligerency or Independence. The object of making their Valtie thus entirely contingent upon the action of thin government is a subject for serious reflection. The w Wisdom of the past May furnish a rate guide in determining a future course of action. From 178 to 1815 the dominant thought of our 1 statesmen was to keep the United states out of wars which were devastation Europe. The Dis Cussion of measures of neutrality begins with Testate paper of or. Jefferson when he was Secre tary of state. He shows that they were measures of National right As Well As of National duty Eliut misguided Iudin idul citizens can nut be favo Redin matting War according. In. Their own Caprice of passions and interests of foreign sympathy Hattlie agents of foreign government eco guided or unrecognized can not be permitted to abuse our hospitality by usurping the functions of enlisting or equipping military forces within our territory. Washington inn Urstad nil Rev of Naii Tinli to and of absolute separation from All foreign entanglement which resulted in 17u4, in the first municipal enactment Tor the Observance or neutrality. It. Has been one of the constant cares of Theu. A. Government to prevent piratical expeditions against the feeble South american republics from leaving our shores. In no country Are men wanting for any Enterprise that holds out Promise of adventure or gain. The revolutions which from 1810, spread almost simultaneously through the Spanish american continent Colo Nies resulted ii the establishment of new states like ourselves of european origin and interest Din excluding european politics Aud questions of dynasty Aud balance of Power from further inti enc Ein the new world the american policy of neutrality important before became doubly so from the fact that it became applicable to the new Republic As Well As to the Mother . Moll Roe concisely expressed the Rule which has controlled the action of this government with reference to the country pending its struggle by saying As soon As the government assumed a steadily and consistent form As to make a Success of the province probable the rights to which they were entitled by the Laws of the nations As equal parties to a civil War were extended to strict Adlie rence to this Rule of Public policy has been one of the highest honors of Ameri can states Mashio. Und Lisa secure. Thia Irne ern Metthe Confidence of the Public Powers of this continent and which inclined them to rely upon its Friendship in the absence of All signs of Auu to look to Trie Tjui Ted states Tor example Aud moral has Given to this government a position Ofero Minetee and into Deuce which it should not abdicate but which imposes upon it the inor Deli tic a Yuca 01 Rigi. Iii Honor Regaro me american question whether those ones .011s affect emancipated colonies or colonies still subject w to minion. The question of belligerency is one of fact notto lie decided by sympathies for or parties. The relation Between the pres iii 01 me insurgents must amount in Luct 10 War. Ill Case of International Law Lim Lviv iii is st which i have been Able to gather w Hether from Oil trial or unofficial sources in i Uumo very exaggerated statements which each party gives to All that May prejudice the opposite or give credit to its own Side of the question. I am unable to see in the present condition of the contest those elements which Are requisite to constitute w a in tie sense of International insurgents hold no town or City have no established seat of government. They have no prize courts no organization for receiving or collect ing Revenue no seaport for which a prize May be carried or through which Access can be had by a foreign Power to the limited Interior territory and Mountain fastness which they occupy. The existence of a legislature representing any popular constituency is More than doubtful in its uncertainty. From the Middleton to Banner in the lion s den. An appalling and horrible occurrence three of Robinson s circus men killed and four shockingly lacerated by Savage beasts. Upon starting out from Cincinnati Lor theses Sou the management of jus. Robinson s circus and uni mul so determined to produce novel in the w us of a band Chariot and conceived the idea of mounting the bund upon the colossal den of performing n Midian Lions and Wuinn w Ouid lorm one of the principal and most imposing Leai ures i tue Rancu Tedla warned Tkv prof flu Lin that he deemed the cages insecure and dangerous in me extreme tue managers Sun persisted in compelling the baud to ride upon it. Nothing however occurred until the la Tat morning of the12th. The band took their places and the no cession commenced to move amid the shouts of the multitude 01 rustics who had assembled to witness the grand pageant and hear the enlivening strains of music. Not a thought of danger was entertained by any one but the awful catastrophe wag about to occur. As the Driver endeavoured to make a turn in the streets the leaders become end pled and threw the entire team into confusion and he lost control 01 tue iii and becoming frightened Thev broke into a violent run. Upon the opposite Side of t a Street the fore wheel of the Cage came in Contact with a Large Rock with such Force As to cause the braces and stanchions which supported the roof 10 give Way Toner any precipitating the entire baud into the a ii part an instant Tho Vust crowd were paralysed with fear but for a moment Only and then Nrose such a shriek of Nirona As was never Haard awful groans of terror and agony which arose from the poor victims who were using torn Lacer ated of the Sirigu Tiki monsters Thielow was heart rending and sickening to a terrible moment some one of the band would extricate them does from the debris and leap Over the Sites 01 the Cage to the ground with a wild Spring and faint away upon striking the Earth so great was their terror. But human nature could not stand and see men literally devoured Belore their very eyes for there were willing hearts and Strong arms ready to Render every assistance Nec Essary to Rescue the unfortunate victims of this shocking calamity. A hardware store w hich happened to stand opposite was invaded by the request of the Noble hearted proprietor and pitchforks Crow tears and Long bars of Iron and 11 fact every available Wea 0011 was brought into Reolie Sitison. Themida doors tie Cage w Ere quickly torn from their fasten Ings Viiu men Al Norr Ioie Sigite was presented to View. Mingled among the Brilliant uniforms of Ute poor Ennior Tunales Lay legs arms torn irom their sockets and Lulf devoured while the Savage brutes glared ferociously with their sickly Green coloured eyes upon the petrified crowd. Professor Chus. W Lute arrived at this moment and gave or Ders in regard to extricating the dead and men with Forks und bars at every available Point he sprang fearlessly into the den amid the monsters and commenced raising the wounded and passing them upon the outside to their friends. He had succeeded in removing the wounded mud was proceeding to gather up the remains of the lifeless when the Mammoth lion know 11 to showmen As old Nero sprang with a frightful Roar upon his keeper fastening his Teeth and claws in him in his neck and shoulders. Prof. While Urtle three herculean efforts to shake the monster off. But without Avail and gave or Ders to fire 0011 hint. The contents of four of Colt s navys were immediately poured into tie carcass of the ferocious animal and he fell dead and the Brave Little Man. Notwithstanding the fearful manner in which he was wounded never left the Cuge until every ves Tige of the dead were carefully gathered together and placed upon a Sheet preparatory for burial. 1 lie Lions ure the same ones which nearly Cost from. Anus. V hate his Ute two Vears ago while travelling with the thu yer a Noyes party Aud were known to be a very dangerous cute Ofuani Mats. Very attention is being Given to the stif ickers of the kind and Jospi utne citizens 01 Middleton und it lust accounts they were All pronounced out of danger. Loudonville. Ohio. Loudonville. June 13, 1870. A horrible and revolting outrage was Permetra Ted on or. Snyder a resident of Brownsville eight nines bout 01 Here yesterday. As or. Snyder w to is a Young married Man was going to 111s Tatlier s House u snort distance irom town mud while puss aug Long the Roud bordered by Woods he was attacked by a Man who he thought to be a negro und a struggle took place Between the two w lieu Knotner Man Rati to tue Negroe s assistance and applied u bottle of chloroform to Snyder who fell to the ground. Thev then Rob bed him of everything he Hud. Including fr45 in Money. Not satisfied with this Thev castrated him mangling him in a Al Locking Man Ner. Alter he recovered lie crawled Home told his wife he was robbed and fainted. Medical Aid was summoned but there is no pos sible Chance of his recovery. The villains ure yet at Large und there is to clue us to who they ure. Congressional wednesday. June 8. 1870. Senate a Long and excited debate took place Over a petition presented by or. Ferry Ahei iii that or. Hatch is kept imprisoned at san Domingo by gen. Babcock in order to prevent hint from making revelations that would defeat the ratification of the san Domingo treaty. The latter was nna Liy Reler Reu to a special committee 01 seven for investigation l be Indian apron ration Bill was taken in and debated the remainder of the Day. House a Bill was passed providing that where Money is deposited for the sur vey it shall be credited As Purt payment of Public lands. The pension of july 10, 18g3, was amended by providing that persons who have lost the sight of both Eves both hands or both feet in the ser vix f of Rtia Ihweil As to require the per manent Aid of others shall Yin. Of Donsion from the passage of that to to the Date of their disability at the rate of $25 per month. Or. Segley trom conference committee made a report in re card to artificial limbs Winch was agreed to. Tuesday. June 9, 1870. Senate the House Bill Lor the a Nerti Ozment of representatives was taken up and an amendment adopted increasing if a. 071 in Ful Bil Lluc Uulu i Uusi i " " was then Laid Over. The Bill to abolish the franking privilege was debated and without action the Senate adjourned. House a Bill parsed to punish National Bank officers for giving unlawful certificates of checks. Or. A held from the banking currency committee reported Back the Senate currency Bill with a substitute. As soon As it was reported filibustering was commenced and kept up until the morning Nour expires Anu Tut Bill Over until tuesday. Or. Ran Dall announced that they would filibuster every time the Bill came up until the ses Sion closed. The new naturalization Bill was from the judiciary commit tee by or Davis of new York and after debate tabled yeas 102, nays 02. Practice Vermis theory. Without disparagement to any other school we can safely say that the Iron City College is the Only institution in the country in which the system of practical actual a sibiness training has been carried into successful operation the superiority of this system Over any merely theoretical course cannot be questioned. Jiu Surh chronicle. Uw4 in new Hampshire Only fix re Publ cans and one Democrat were elected to the Senate by the people. In the. Lower House there Are fifteen professed labor the Blue and the Gray. By the How of the Inland River whence the fleets of Iron have fled. Where the Blades of the grave grass quiver t5 asleep Are Tho ranks of the dead. Under the Sod and the Dew waiting the judgment Day tinder the one the Blue in der the other the Gray. Co. These in the Rollings of glory. Those in the gloom of defeat All with the Battle blood gory in the dusk of eternity meet. I under the Sod and the Dew is waiting the judgment Day. Una under the Laurel the Blue old under the Willow the Gray. Old line from the silence of sorrowful hours inthe desolate mourners go to lovingly Laden with Flowers. Alike for the Friend and the foe. Fry under the Sod and the Dew waiting the judgment Day. Jer under the roses the Blue under the lillies the Gray. Of in. So with an equal splendor a the morning Sun rays fall try with a touch impartially tender. I y on the blossoms Blooming for All. If under the Sod and the Dew. Waiting the judgment Day r Brol Dering with Gold the Blue mellowed with Gold the Gray. Id so when the summer Colleth. On Forest and Field of Grain ii with an equal murmur falleth d the Cooling drip of rain. Under the Sod and the Dew waiting the judgment Day. Wet with the rain he Blue wet with the rain the Gray. Sadly but not with upbraiding. The generous deed was done in the storm of the years that Are Fudie no braver Battle was won. Under the Sod and the Dew. Waiting the judgment Day under the blossoms the Blue under the garlands the Gray. From the London daily news May 24. The Uxbridge tragedy. The murder of a family seven persons. One of the most extraordinary tragedies Winch has taken place for Many years was discovered last evening at the Village of Denham about two Miles from Uxbridge. It seems that a family named Marshall re sided at a cottage in that Village the Hus band carrying on business As an Engineer. Besides Marshall there lived in the cot Tage Hie wife and three children whose Ages ran Between three and nine years Jund also the Mother and sister of Marshall. This Day tuesday had been fixed for the marriage of the sister and it is to the fact of her wedding dress being brought Home that the discovery of the murder is to be attributed. Nothing had been seen of the murdered Persona since saturday but upon a Young girl going to the cottage yester Day with the garment referred to and gaining no reply the neighbors had their suspicions aroused and an entry was soon effected into the House. A scene of the most horrible description then presented itself. On the ground floor the bodies of mrs. Marshall and her sister in Law were found quite dead the former lying on her Back and the latter who had her night dress on and was evidently preparing for bed was placed across her. Both had their Heads fearfully mutilated and the absence of blood about the place was re marked by those who witnessed the dread Ful discovery. At the right hand on entering the cottage and near the fireplace three children belonging to Marshall were also found with their Heads frightfully Bat f tired and also quite dead. The Mother i f of Marshall Wae likewise found having been brutally murdered in the same Way and on entering the shop where Marshall had been at work wearing a Smock frock his body was found. It was covered with sacks and was apparent that he had had a desperate struggle. His hands were scratched in several places and there were Marks As if he had been dragged about the ground. His head had also been beaten in the same Vianner As those of the other victims. There was another child belong ing to Marshall a Little boy aged sixteen months who had been sent to his Prand Mother s to la out of the Way during the wedding of Marshall s sister and but Lor that circumstance would undoubtedly have suffered the same Fate. The medical gentlemen called in were drs. Ferris and Macnamara and it is their opinion that Tho awful deed had been perpetrated As Long since As saturday night or sunday morn ing the county constabulary Nave Deen unable up to the present time to obtain any clue As to the murderer or the cause of the dreadful crime. A forge Hammer and an Ordinary axe with which the Mur Ders Are supposed to have been committed have been discovered with traces of blood upon them. Whatever the motive by which the murderer or murderers for it seems difficult to imagine the fearful work can have been done by one person robbery does not seem to have been the object for nothing appears to have been disturbed the rings and several articles of jewelry worn by the unfortunate persons not having been removed. Ine excitement in me Village is intense. Marshall and his wife and sister were it is said much respected by their neighbors. Proceedings of the Central committee. The committee met on the 21st inst pursuant to previous Call. On motion it was resolved to hold the primary election on saturday the 27th Day of August As the Day to form a ticket to be supported at the ensuing october election. The following were the places selected for the primary meetings Paris township Paris Hob Ortaville new Franklin Minerva and Lotze Heizer t school House. A Tvr school House and it. Lexington Alliance and Lima. Marlboro new Baltimore Marlboro and nees s school House. Nimis Lulien Louisville and Osnaburg and Charles Dewall s. Sandy Waynesburg and Mogu Olia. Pike Henry Muntiu s. Canton Cunt on. Plain new Berlin Henry smite s Centre school House Middle Branch and Mexico school Uniontown Greentown Cairo and Hart vill Jackson Mcdonaldsville Christian Pitt s in Millport and Peter Boron s. Perry Massillon and Richville. Bethlehem Creek my furred s school House and Culler s school House. Tuscarawas Brookfield Brett s school House East Greenville and stand s school House. Lawrence canal Fulton and Lawrence. The poll boo will be opened at 1 o clock tuesday sept. 6th and any returns not in before the adjournment of the committee on that Day will not be received or counted. It was ordered by the committee that no candidate for auditor a elected As the new Law changing the time of the auditor taking his seat prevents an election for that office this fall. On motion it was resolved that any Democrat in the countr May attend the state convention at Columbus to form the delegation to which Stark is entitled. We. A. Lynch cd n. Levi Mckinney Sec y. Of the democratic candidate for Secre tary of state of Ohio the Cleveland her Al d has this to say or. Heisley a politics do not suit us at All but As a Geno Man of Talent and an energetic oiti7 serve Day popular he will make Tir to a me Limo Brauc candidate and x

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