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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 29, 1870, Canton, OhioT7y w volume 37. Canton Stark county Ohio june 29, 1870. Number 3. Business directory st. Pauls episcopal Church. Comer of tenth and Poplar streets sunday Erv Clovi o clock a. M. And to o clock p. school t o clock pm. Thursday eve ning lecture. 714 o clock. Rev. J and. C. La Vert a Rector. C. J. Geiger drug gut Etili Ubuntu Mantl Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. L. Rothacker. East Tuscarawas treat Canton Ohio. A Ruu 7utf Stark county Democrat. A. Mcgregor a so publishers and Plain an fancy j of printers Empire Block Canton Ohio. Hiram Thurston. Book bind and Blank boo k manufacturer. All orders from abroad promptly attended to. Bind Ery in Hatter s Block no stairs. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea. Furniture dealer and undertaker East Turca Rawa s Street. Canton Ohio. Nov tif John p. Rex. Merchant tailor and dealer in american and Ltd ported cloths Caas Meres be stinks and clients furnishing goods also agent Lor the iii or sewing machine Canton. Ohio. May 7o-t-f Prince & Haas undertakers metallic and All kinds of coffins Al ways on band. Two hear always in Cui r rt1 1 Mac arawak Street Coutou. Vulio Edwin Smith. Photographer particular attention Given to copying and enlarging pictures. Oval flumes and albums constantly on band a toxins in Mathews s Block Poutu Market Street Canton Ohi Juneia Lotf a. J. Douds. Surgeon dentist office up stairs in residence on Market Street West Side three doors South of Public Square Canton Ohio. All operations connected with tiie profession promptly amended to. Der. J. H. Siddall dentist barter s Block. Canton Ohio. Geo. D. Harter & bro., Bankers fast Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio receive Liep Oaits loan Money buy , Sil ver Bonds and compound interest Aud sold. J. A. C0merf0rd. Artemey at Law Trump s building Canton. Ohio up stairs. French Aud German spoken. A pts s. & e. S. Meyer attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office in l s new building near Public. Square. Nov butyl attorney at Law Massillon Ohio. Office in o harsh s Block up stairs prompt attention Given to ail business in trusted to Bis care. Jyl i it c. L. Vallandingha m Conna Ellor at Law Dayton Ohio. Will practice la the several state and Federal courts. Office no. H87 third Street first stairway fast of the Ohio insurance company. Mar 1ft 7uyl to. W. Bar. Ago. I. Is Levih. Raff Baldwin. Attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office in the Lagle Block up stairs. Jan of l. V. Altars r. A. Taori. Bierce Thompson. At Law Akron Ohio. J n-7 we. Mckinley. Attorney a Law Oftle in Eagle Block Over National Bank Canton Ohio. June2iit7 . Mcgregor attorney Law and general collecting amt co thag Jaa por county i. Oculto Harvey Laughlin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. X of loot Skaaru Husiar Wise Iran. a Garnett. Attorneys at Law Canton Stark county "z0iii3 i William a. Lynch att order at Law and notary Public. Office in Cassilly a Block. Canton Oulu. Kutys Joy i j. W. Mccord aug envy a temp Arij him Coll tip a rut Alliance of to. Bump a a Cut rented t tint or will Riv prompt at ten turn. Ii tfj7a we Lejard. County Surveyor office in the county Krc Ord is ult ice id the w Iku Lal building where he can he found when in the cily if not any ten Ilaena wanted can be left with Jacob county recorder who will give due notice Long. The Law authorises the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any Lustre Nigut of writ ing he will therefore write and acknowledge agreements mortgage weds a at Lair Peers and upon the shortest notice. Canton january is. Otto w1nterh alter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and Donu Rita wet chm to to a jewelry and Ortii Serwar re pair. Of neatly done on i Hurt no Caulous Ohio. Tui who Euele & brother Iseal r la watch. Clock jewelry silverware Jert pid of Yumio Square Uii a Don on Hurt notice. J. A. Meyer. Healer in american and foreign watches clock. Silverware and fancy Coli Softli act Corner of Public Square Canton Ohio. Be pairing neatly expeditiously and satisfactorily Oliie. A c. Bat kit my. Physician and surgeon office Comer lat Tursea Iowa a Anil Walnut streets Wintch Whaller s Cor Nir. Canton Ohio. Cima w. A Thompson denier in Al eclair. Dwelling houses for Al. Rent or exe Hauge for City or drop try. Tel lots of every variety prior and location f.ur8alecl.apw monthly payments and of tar year Lime riven. Oitt Ca in a Mew Vii Nucara Catreet up Atairi. Nov6tt h. S. Beldens heal a tale and collection Agency Corner fifth and Poplar streets. Canton Ohio. Farms and 1 own property bought sold and rented. Title examined taxes paid estates settled Leeds Mortgan s leases. A written Money borrowed and loaned on real a ate. Coal and Ether kinds of Mineral property wanted to lease or Purchase. Jan is Lull q. Eicher. 4eal estate agent office above Bane s leather t Tore East Tuscarawas Street Coutou Ohio May 7o-t f Exchange hotel. By a Sponhauer. At old depot. Guests properly cared for and Bills moderate. May is a uhf Jackson hotel. Louis Olliger proprietor North Murket Street. Alliance mouse by Daniel Sourbet at the station Alliance Olio. Meals always in readiness an arrival of cars. St. Cloud hotel. C. D. Ely. Proprietor Public Square Cantou Ohio. July ii. Falke. Dealer in millinery and fancy goods no 3 opera House Brock Canton Otilio. I o. V. A. St. Riot conk cons ii no. 4. O. U a. Meets every i even aug at o clock in Danne i ills s new Block. De. E. Men Art. C. It. 11. An Prawit r. 3. Manuyl livery. Urvi Orv livery r Crevoisie to lot Ftp. T., Canton Ohio Earnst Middau Sorli 1 , Vite have the nesting la the cite. All be y Ine new Anil food horses. Conveyances to t on reasonable. Mama Wuner win soul River. I to vhf seed potatoes. Seed potatoes for Sale it Lewis Engel Corner of eighth Pluma Laii Ion unit. A girly Rose ti.00 f r Bushel. Goodrich to cts per Bushel. Vav Lute Ivac Holowa 7ft Eta. Per Bushel. Carnio chill Eta. Per Bushel Coamo Eyota Par co qty 3l Cauchy s new York Agency. Great medical discovery or. Walker s California vinegar bitters. More than Persona Bear testimony to their wonder 0as Ful curative Are they c is it go in i"8 is a o i 7 0 5 they Are not a vile Alad of of for Ruut w huty proof Ispir ils and elite , dts stored s piled and sweetened 10 piece in of Adieu " Ionics appetizers restorer. " pc Siut Lead Hotiu Lerou Lorn no ruin but a a True Medicine i in Lafrom the native rot and her bit of California tree from All alcoholic stimulants. They Are the Jokat Al Elk lilt und , a per feet renovator and of the system carry in Ort All poisonous mater and restoring the. Blood to a he thy person ran Taka these bitters according to direction and remain loner will by Kieu for a in Virnue ease s i it 11. Aesir idea in Miner. I i sons or other menus and the Vilula Orkus waste or hts or Pui iii. I and i Thronie rheumatism and lout Lypp Jinor , billion and Kevers s of the blood liver Kidny . These hitters have been most successful. Such lits eases Are caused by tit in Ted uloo.1, which is Juci Cerully pro Mucea by 01 me use Sieve the vitiated a tami w a Chiever you audits impurities bursting through in i Lin ple eruptions or attics i i Inix ii when you audit olt trusted and shirk Ali in the veins cleans it when it is foul and your feeling will Tell Vul when. Keep the pure and the health of the system w ill follow. Fun talk and other i arms hit King i Thep siem of so Many a hounds r Etle equally destroyed and removed. In Lishous intermittent fevers these hitters have no mum. Kor full directions read carefully the circular an. Und each bottle printed in four languages Kulish ,French and . Vav Alkek. Proprietor. Commerce . Y. K. H. it co.,, and general agents Han Francisco and Sacramento. California Ami it m Commerce. New York. Hohl by All prig gusts nil Leileni. Junelow i Plantation bitters. S. T.-180 0--x i Lal wonder no Vek roubles Orallee i t Hetnik Lior of the Reeble Natl afr a. A 11 loss in Zutl Wal Al Lor Ali get Aid 1bcss, it in no equal Union is Stomal term a n a Furdy for tie nervous Weaklem to or k a won irn re Jim . I Luperce in every Atli. Or . In nil 1 i run tropical Reu Perale or Lullu. It nets As n. A Podolic in every donor tier or Lilyh Ulieno silly Ulm Rocili Natl Breaks Down the animal Mph Rita. For 1st nil Ensrud Ihm. Ina Ouirt life in Utah of the f mysteries of mormonism by j h. Kadle. Flitcr j thu . an k x it r. Of til Al k Shi k e of kit a. Khf.mon1hs and cml i with a full and Atli enter of Felt Irsai Ami the mormon tit from its Ohk iii to lie a. A Editn Are tort Init with Uii ire a Lii Ltd sue one 111 he Kame luil., re it i l Uiti a r in lao . One in Ltd a iii Ilton 111 ,1n their to Lay. Al Ifni i i. Forum a Hirs. National i full i Niu a , iii., 1 Litif Juuall o. Or m. Loan i to. Iiguel a 4 at thaw h la Smith new Amosu Tiik bulls and bears of Wall Street. R0 Page s finely d. Tiff. It shows the Tymu re of Stock and a Jerold Frant bin Aud s of Pitlor Tuuu suet ult Tion Anil exposes tie Cwm Tell tricks und of orators. It icim How millions Are made Aii lost in a Day How shrewd men ure ruined Toiv Corners Are made i Grain and produce women Staci late on the Street Etc., Etc. Agents wanted. We my freight West. Kind for ter our. J. Is. Litra 0 Follari Rudd con Junelow. I i t i i ii 4 Tio Ain Plu f. Of teas avid coffees to to i mice of Crolik Lurre ased Usiel Latiea to club Reaul Mem and Lor Vert be the great american Tea co. P. Box Al to a i Vesey st., new York.jllllelw4 agents Antku everywhere l us Kev. Albert Barnes new Book sales immense. for very Lois. Pyn $50 to or h011ii1.Send fur circular to , met l Ray a co., kit r st., . Junelw4 a Prim is no it or 1 Hysein Eliuk 0j cts. Withare Hei lit color of eyes and hair you will receive return mail a Correct picture of your fume or Wile w if Najuck and Dute of Mur Aifa. Adil Ress v. K i. Lawer no. 4, Ulto Uville n. Y. Junelow. Ii of agents make More moneym4c9 with our to Huu w Ith Auy think Ever issued. They Art Lilit Heap Bell fast and pay Nind Melv. Tie i id for Iron Lar. A Thlresa r. Amhof i 115 kit Madison bt., Chicago. Junelow 4 furniture. Removed. Furniture store z. Bernhard a Movi a i Kurt tire Roo inn fro in his has Pluck in miamis to local to his now mini room in Saxton s Block 32 South Market st. Canton Ohio. Mfd can see my Larre Stock of the Beautiful Sod siiu.tunii4lt Mien As parlor sets chamber sets wardrobes secretaries bureaus bedsteads tables chairs a. Work made to order and All warranted give uie a Hern hard. Bed Bottoms. sleep you would Alp comfortably. Buy Blake sip Biel a Pix Spring he Bottom by Mcabe a co. Canton. Ottic in tha cite boo store Corner of Walnut Ana seventh tree one Block South of to Murlean hotel. We Oldfield is our agent for the Central and Wetter it asst of this county and will solicit you Amil tail0r1nq, Jalc. Kitt Lbert & co., Nave Jii sit opened their Spring Stock for 1870, of merchant tailor ii gents furnishing hats Caps and Straw goods we iii of the iii nut Art Ivr by lira an. I in Lus a , of the him holism with albeit., Rockwell & co., of akan iving us the advantage of lady. having a Long expert Eik in Ali w know Ali want of our assure we can Otic r Good at such j. Rice a i will afford the Trad. A Ltd Al margin and Buret the de Mand of he Limea. Good goods at Low prices. To. 7 h Black. Kitt Albert & co., Canton Ohio. U.iii27tr groceries and pro visions Racon Watson family Gie Ery and provision store at the old Hal line stand a Kowil b Stu i to. 19 eat Tiura Raa j Strutt Alfh Weare pref Areu to furnish Hrvat Flats v Kilm prov Winsol All descriptions and tue be t in the Market. Such asters sugars spic Colli pm syrup fruits pc. Choice cigars and tobaccos. The Best or flour and feel. Ril tier. F.gg3 a Pis Duce Genera let always on . We til ill i to keep a us tint it of notions. H. J. Bacun. Nov a it Louis Dumont the int re f Joep grocery establishment. F Usu. A. a st Nia of i Ullic Suhk. Nil will to Leo the .1 must con plei it provisions and 1 ill sips to a found la the City of Cantou. Goods delivered. Veile a Call of Tlsty i.oui3 Dumont. Medical. R0 s Adalis f american health real st Kur purities the blood Aud ouesr8yplitli, skin limit Chheu Luu Tiu i,0 of i Omen and All Chou i Mattec Tionson the blood liver and kid Neys. by the faculty Sud Nauy thou Iuda of the Best cite f a. Read the Tenuis Xouy of l he l rum if hand Tor our Roa Adaltha guide to health boor Alu Iaac for Una be Jit which we publish or gratuitous. Distri Buou a mid give you Ucucu Tsuu div . Or. R. W. Carr. Of bait. More. So i Tuke pleasure la recommending your Noi Aiulua s very powerful Ane Ratic. Jet the 5en it used in two with Hup results one in a Case of secondary up Hilt in which then sent pronounced Hun self cured after having taken five bottles of your Medicine. The other is a Case of scr Fula 01 Loo standing which is rapidly improving Unuer it him Siu tiie in Aici Uon s1 Are Fiat tiie patient will Oun recover. I Hare carefully examined tiie fur in ulu by Winch your Koss Uii is made and said and it a excellent of iterative ingredients. Or. Sparks of Nicholas Lille by ays he Hua used Kos Adalis in cases of Scro Fula and secondary syphilis with satisfactory results As a cleaner of Ine i wed i kudu no better remedy. Samly. Mcfadden Mulree , Tena l ways i have used seven bottles of Rosadalia and am entirely cured of rheumatism Send me four bottles As 1 wish it for my brother who was Scro Luious sore eyes. Benjamin Bechtol of Lima Ohio writes i have buffered for Twenty years with Ani Lute Feribia Ciu Tuuu Over my Wurum us ukr Short time since i purchased a bottle Zofko Zadalis Ana it e Nee Ted a perfect cure. Rosad alts is sold by All druggists. Laboratory. 61 Exchange place Baltis More. Or Cle Micots a co., fros stors harness. A. J harness shop. Or. Ii. Eirvin Inece or i Hine it basement next to Bockius i son in comp Uthe of Uil she. My pm ing the same to next door to a son s shoo store beg the Public to Remc Nilep the it a will it Ati time keep in hand a Complete variety of Fine common & draft harness saddles bridles whips collars halters &c., a Ami via Thini in bin Hue Nilu Siuw Imu ilor of which i ill told at n Bui Fuin. I warrant Iny work and Tiara note air Vry tune. J. H. Lind. Coutou april 2t is7um3 undertakers. J. B. Mccrea mad Fuji Ivler in All kin.l-. Of Fine and Cornmon furniture. of Kun Kindry iii pc to order Aud Solas mattresses lounges a repaired. Especial attention Given to undertaking. Coffins of every style kept constantly on nan4. Orders can be left at water Louis 4 doer East of american hotel Canton Ohio. Cant a feb. 17. Lst9- to insurance. German ins. Company. Of Cleveland Ohio. Office to id Atwater evil dig. Capital 200,000. Insures building Iretha Vidise and outlier prop erty against Lohm or uni Safe by fire it As Low Retes As any other responsible company. 4"loses honorable adjusted and promptly paid in . Lela actors and Stock holders or w Mever. C w Sulu nil. Henry j Wagner in Roedter textile Bough John Oer Lauh Henry Kramner. H Kaller p Schmidt. C Mic Ramon. H c born and others. A. Rettburg Piet j. M Juls j. My tax vice pro Nideth. M. Buchman and Fred. Seelbach travelling agents. John rarer agent Canton Ohio. R., ". Ion 6, a Sec to improved shot go n new York office 27 Eekman st. Meat Market. Winsper meat Market. The Pulitic will always find at my Market. La the the Inanna Miller Corner a Suodie of fresh beef Fate so Rork sausage smoked hams smoked shoulders pickled Fork corned beef. Beef quarters a so. Mutton. Veal. 4e in the fire meats Del Terneu promptly Intrery parts tia City. Liar ii. Maris to to f my notary Public. J of a Raiser notary Public and insurance agent Canton Ohio. Office at the Ark county treasurer office to drawing deed Moru Artrea. Now Era of attorney make contracts for Pam Tave to and from Europe at the lowest rates a he is also nut v u1d Uell Umit lib clerk a and oar Rei pistil fir Ana lira Taalor la i m. We select Story. The bashful Man. From French for the Stark county by Gibbs i labor ii int r a sort of i or a iii i i fear will at last oblige me to ivs Unee All society in which i Ain desirous of appear ing. I will five you a Short of terhof my origin and present situation thai you May the better understand my perplex ill. My lather waa a Small Farmer without any other education than that obtain d in a Chanty school. My Mother Bein dead and having no other children beside resolved to procure me an Vantage which in his opinion would under him Happy a Liberal education. Ii sent me at first to a grammar school and after Ward 3 to the University with the design to have me take holy orders. Receiving Only a Small allowance from Iny father act being of a bashful disposition 1 found no Opportunity to extricate myself from the natural awkwardness Winch is the fatal cause of All my unhappy less and of which i begin to far i thai Nover cure myself. It should be known that vain tall and slender that i have a Fine complexion and f air hair but such a disposition to Blush that for the least cause of confusion All my blood rushes to the face and i resemble a full Bloom Rose. The consciousness of this unfortunate weakness made me avoid company and i longed for College life especially when i Retle cled that the rough manners of my lather s family were but Little fit to teach me the usages of the world. I had then resolved to live at the University and to take pupils when two unforeseen events changed the condition of my affairs i mean my father s death and the return of an unde from the indies. I rarely heard my father speak of this Uncle and it was generall believed that he was Long since dead when he arrived irl England Only a week too late to close his brother s eyes. I was Neon soluble at the loss i had just sustained but my Uncle was but Little affected for he had been separated from his brother More than 30 years and in this time a had acquired an ample Fortune As he was. Wont to boast enough to Render a Nabob Happy in a word he brought with him the enormous sum of thirty thousand pounds Sterling and he built upon this the Hopes of a boundless Felicity. Whilst he was form ing plans of enjoyment and greatness whether the climate did not agree with him he was carried away from All his dreams of happiness by a Sciort sickness of which he died leaving Nie heir of All his property. Behold me now at the age of Twenty five Well versed in latin greek and mathematics possessor of an ample Fortune but so awkward and such a Novice in All the usages of Good society that those who know me Call me the Rich and Learned Clown. A Short time ago i bought a property in the country where i a surrounded by what is called people of fashion and if you reflect on my parentage and my stiff manner it will be difficult for you to conceive Why Iny company is courted by the families of the neighbourhood especially by those who have Marriageable Daugh ters. Have paid me some familiar visits and have Given me the most pressing invitations but although i desire to accept their Friendly offers. I iia be con stantly excused myself under the pretext of not being altogether sett Leil the truth is when 1 mount my horse or when 1 leave with the intention of returning their numerous visits my heart fails me upon approaching their door and More than once i have returned to my Home resolving to make a new attempt the next i have however determined to conquer my tim Dity three Days ago i accepted an invitation to Dine with a Man whose simple and Frank manner left me no doubt As to a cordial reception Bir 1 Nomas a end Gnu Olio Uvea nearly two Miles off is a baronet and possessor of an estate of about 2000 pounds a year near the same i have bought. He has two sons and five daughters of Fine stature who live with their Mother and an elderly aunt sister of sir Thomas on the Bienvenu estate. Convinced of my awkward manner for some time i have taken private lessons of a dancing master and although at first i met with great difficulties in Bis Art my knowledge of mathematics have been of wonderful assistance to me in retaining my equilibrium and in regulating my Centre of Gravity in the five positions. Having required the Art of walking without Uia intr and missteps. And Learned to make a Bow i set myself about boldly to respond t a the baronet 3 invitation to a family dinner not doubting that my acquirement would allow me to present myself with a tolerable Assurance. But alas How vain i3 theory when uns ustain a d by a constant practice. As i was approaching the House the sound of a Bell alarmed me and i feared i had come too late Tor dinner. Preoccupied with this thought i became As red As Scarlet whilst my name was successively announced by the servants in livery who showed me into the Library 1 scarcely knew where i was or whom i saw. Upon entering i summoned All my courage and i made my first Bow to lady Bienvenu but unfortunately in returning my left foot to the third position i stept on poor sir Thom As s gouty toe w to was following me to give me the name of the family. The embarrassment 1 experienced on this Occa Sion is difficult to be conceived since tim id people alone can judge of my misfortune their number 1 believe being very few. The baronet s politeness gradually dissipated my confusion and i was surprised at seeing How much a Good education enabled him to conceal his pain and to appear perfectly at his ease after so painful an Accident. Lady Bienvenu s cheerful Ness and the Young ladies familiar Chat encouraged me to throw off my Reserve and sleeps Ness 1 was bold enough to mix in the conversation and even to Start new subjects. The Library was richly furnished with elegantly bound books. I took sir Thomas to be a Man of letters and i ventured to give my opinion on several editions of tue greek Classies in which the baronet fully concurred with me. I was directed to this subject on seeing an edition of Xet Sophon in seven teen volumes which As i had never heard of excited a Lively curiosity in me. I was rising to investigate what they were sir Thomas understood my design and wishing As 1 suppose to spare me the trouble he arose also to get the Book which increased my haste to prevent him so that in putting my hand roughly on the first volume i Drew it with vigor when heavens instead of the Book a Board covered with leather and made it resemble seventeen volumes fell rolling and unfortunately overturned an in stand on the table which was placed near the Library. It was in vain that sir Thomas assured me no harm was done i saw the Ink flowing in Large Waves on an inlaid table on the persian carpet and scarcely knowing what 1 was doing i tried to Stop its Progress with my Cambric Hanu kerchief. In the Hight of t this cqntujo.1 we were called to dinner and i pent cited with Joy mat me tingling of Ine Peu wok ii at the first so alarmed me was Only the half Lour signal before dinner. In crossing Nesa Loon t the dining Hall j had he time to set myself join Elliat alight and i Vaj asked to is Tat table a tween lady Tsien Vin and her eldest daughter. Ever since the fall of the wooden Xenophon my face had been burning like a Coal. I was beginning to regain my spirits when an unexpected occur reneere illuminate d the fire and the redness in my face. Having set my soup dish too near the table s Edge in bowing to miss Dinah or no was complimenting me on the form of my Vest 1 let the boiling mess fall up on my Knees. Notwithstanding the Nap Kins which were offered me for the purpose of wiping my clothes. I thought for Sev eral minutes i was boxing in a caviar of. sir a when i stept upon his toe. I courteous la i supported my pain in silence and 1 re seated t myself amidst the suppressed laugh ter of the ladies and servants. I will not recount the numerous blunders i mad during the first course nor yet the distress i experienced when i was asked to carve a fowl or to serve several dishes which stood in my reach and spilling a vessel full of sauce and upsetting a Salt cellar. I haste to arrive at the second course where new disasters finished my visit. I had on my Fork a splendid piece of Bat fut pudding when miss Louisa Bien Vien asked me to have the kindness to pass her a Pigeon which was near me. In my haste scarcely knowing what i was doing i put the pudding which was Ashot As a Coal into my Mouth it was impossible to hide my agony my eyes turned in their sockets. At last in spite of my shame and Resolution i was forced to let the instrument of Iny torture fall into my dish. Sir Thomas and the ladies sympathised with my misfortune each one advised a different specific one recommended Oil another water but All agreed that wine was better to allay the inflammation and they brought me a Glass of Maderia from the sideboard. But alas i How shall i relate what followed. Whether the but ler was accidentally mistaken or whether he had maliciously intended to make a fool of me he gave me some of the Stron Gest Brandy with which i filled my Mouth already flayed and blistered. Absolutely a stranger to the use of spirituous liquors with my Tongue Throat and palate As raw As a slice of beef what could i do it was impossible for Ine to Swallow the drink putting my hands Over my Mouth the liquor spirited through my fingers and i was assailed by bursts of laughter from All parts of the Hall. Vainly did sir Thomas reprimand the servants and lady Bienvenu chide her daughters the measure of my shame and their diversion was not yet Complete. To relieve myself of the insupportable perspiration into which this Accident had put me without thinking what i was do ing 1 wiped my face with the ill fated handkerchief which was still wet thanks to the fall of Xenophon and i be smeared my face All Over with the Ink. The baronet himself could not resist this trial and he shared the general Hilar Ity with his wife whilst i sprang from the table in a transport of despair. I rushed out of the House and ran Home with As much trouble and agitation As though 1 had been pursued by the bitter remorse of some Cruie. Thus without having deviated from the path of rectitude i suffer the torments of a reprobate soul. The half of my body is almost baked my Tongue and Mouth broiled and i Bear the Marks of Cain on my forehead. But these Are but Light afflictions in comparison to the unavoidable shame which awaits me every time this affair is talked about. The Wolf Caseh is conviction and sentence set aside. Last fall Jerry Wolf City Marshall of Zanesville while engaged near Midnight in attempting to break up a notorious Brothel shot and killed Sam Lane a Low Black villain who kept the establishment As a resort for degraded men and women of All colors. The shooting occurred while Lane was violently resisting arrest. To the amazement of the Public Wolf when put on trial was found guilty of Man Slaughter and sentenced to the Penitentiary. The verdict was rendered under extraordinary rulings secured from judge Granger who seemed quite willing to twist Law into any shape that would tend to convict Wolf for not patiently permit Ting the desperado to successfully defy and resist him. The Case was taken by Wolf s attorneys to the supreme court with the following . 346. Jeremiah c. Wolf is Trio state of to the court of com my Towia it mul.1 eng uni county. J a a 1. It is sufficient in an indictment for manslaughter to charge the crime in accordance with the provisions of the 92 Section of the code of criminal procedure that Section is not repugnant to the Constitution of the state. 2. Where an officer authorized by stat Ute to make arrests without a warrant finds a person in the net of committing a criminal offence it is not necessary to the lawfulness of an attempt to arrest him to first inform him of the charge upon which the attempted arrest is made where the officer and the cause of arrest Are known to the offender. 3. In a prosecution of manslaughter against such officer for killing the deceased while in the attempt to arrest him without a warrant and it appearing that the de ceased knowing the officer and cause of arrest it is error to charge the jury that it was unlawful for the officer to use Force in order to make the arrest or to defend himself from the attack of the offender without notice to him of the cause of arrest or of the abandonment of the attempt to make the arrest. Judgment reversed and cause reman ded. " we congratulate the friends of Law decency and Good morals on the above re sult. If Granger has any elements of sensibility in his nature the rebuke administered by a Supri a e Bench composed Newark advocate. A new electrical Phenomena. One Ocean Cable stoning the of the other. A recent number of nature mentions a very curious fact in connection with Tele Graphy which May have important prac tical consequences. 1 he. English and French Cable companies both have stations on the Little Island of st. Pierre Miquelon Between Newfoundland and Lape Streton the English using a Battery with the Morse signals and the French having sir William Thompson s very Deli Cate receiving instruments. The Thomson instruments were seriously affected by Earth currents and to remedy this inconvenience an insulated wire was Laid from the station to the sea about three Miles Distant the sea being much less subject to changes of electrical conditions than the Earth. To the Surprise of the operators it Vian now discovered that Titi disturbances attributed to Earth currents had been Cau sed in part by the signals gent into the other line which nowhere approach within several Hundred Yards of the French wire. The Island in fact acted As a great Leyden car continually charged by the powerful Battery used on the eng Lish line and partially discharged by three Miles of wire which connect the French station with the sea. And nature gives a Lac simile of part of a dispatch announcing the loss of the Oneida which was stolen it we May use the word in Thia novel Man tier. Each time the american operator addresses ins sending Kev. Lie not univ sends a current through Liis lines but elec trifles the whole Island and this electrification is detected and recorded by the rival company s instrument ii is Ratner uncomfortable to reflect that an inquisitive person by providing himself with an insulated wire can take off messages in perfect safety without going near the wire he wants to tap but electricians will fortunately have no difficulty in providing a remedy. Riches. The Man with Good firm health is Rich. So is the Man with a Clear conscience so is the editor of a Good paper with a. Bier subscription list that is nan so is the Clergyman whose coat the Little children of the Parish Pluck As he passes them at their play. So is the wife who has the whole heart of a Good husband. So is the Maiden whose horizon i i not bounded by the coming Man but who has a purpose in life whether she Ever meet him or not. So a the Young Man who laying his hand or his heart can say " i have treated every woman i Ever saw As i should wish my sister treated by other men. So is the Little child who goes to sleep with a Kiu in its lips and for whose Wak 18 a muting wan. Political. Grant and Cuba. An exciting debate in h ouse the cuban message written by and endorsed by the Spanish minister Ca ustic of Grant policy by general Banks. Tuesday the 7th. Was the Danset Koart in the House of representatives for the consideration of reports from the foreign it committee on cuban affairs. The majority of the committee recommended that the president maintain strict neutrality that both cubans and spaniards shall be treated alike and request the president to protest against the barbarous manner in which the War in Cuba is carried on. These recommendations were embodied in a Bill and it was to defeat this Bill presi Dent. Grant sent in his message. General Banks As chairman of the foreign com Mittee it made the opening Speerli. The diplomatic gallery of the House was Crow ded in part of the gallery were the cuban sympathizers while general Jordan was in the reporters gallery. General Banks at the common Cement of his speech said the arguments on International Law said the message read As if it might have been prepared by a person in the pay of the Spanish government and also in the pay of the United states re Perrin of course to Tsushing but declined mentioning his name when requested to of so. The president s charges on both sides. Or. Banks next referred to that part of the president s message relating to brutalities being committed on both sides All of which he said might have come from the by Anis minister sensation it to d become the Spanish minister better than an american minister of state. He would say for cubans who were instinct with the character of the american pople that if they had been left to conduct their cont est under the rules of civilized warfare not one Man would have been butchered by them in a cruel and unjustifiable manner. He would not at tempt to justify the re murder on the wholesale of six sorted prisoners of War by one of the chiefs of the insurgents though they could do nothing else but retaliate or see the country depopulated by spaniards. Tie did not blame the president Lor not interfering. Congress had taught the president that it was dangerous Tor him to entertain an opinion or do an act that might be called i policy. Laughter on the democratic Side and therefore if a he saw those things done and said nothing it was his fault but if members of con Gress who claim absolute and unlimited Power in the administration of the government saw these things and permitted them and Justi hed them or gloated Over them they ought to be numbered among the damned forever and Ever. The curse of god should rest upon them. Applause suppressed by the speaker. They wer e responsible Tor these things there had not been a prisoner of War butchered in Cuba not a woman or child sent to Eter nity for which Congress was not responsible for it had the Power to Check such barbarity and did not exercise it. Twelve million of people would join the United states in the cry of condemnation against it but Congress dare not utter a word against such a wholesale butchery of defenceless people of Cuba and now they were told that so Long As the spaniards murdered women and children so a Long there waa no War and the United states had no right to interfere with them in any Way. That was what was called Law. He did not blame the president for it not at All but a lawyer for anything nut pay that would Send to representatives of the people a doctrine like that for them to act upon ought to be forever repudiated and forbidden the presence of civilized men. Applause in the gallery and laughter among democrats. The of speaker stated that any manifestations of applause were positively forbid den by the rules but in conclusion he said he would let us have a Little Liberty to Day. Grant talks Spanish and Banks talks american. Or. Banks went on to say that there were other passages which he noticed in the president s message which had a familiar ring to his ear and which he had also found in the Spanish minister s instructions to the committee on foreign affairs through the Secretary of state. It was said the cubans had no town nor no City and therefore no rights. Where did a doctrine or authority like that come from ? it has been said aforetime that god made the country and men made the towns. The cubans had a country and could defend it and if left to themselves could govern it m peace Prosperity and happiness. The information Given by the president that the cubans had not ten thousand stand of arms two years after the declaration of american Independence the american grand army did not number More than ten or twelve t Hou Sand men who prudently declined a gen eral engagement and that an army which was obliged at All times Ana in an situations to decline an engagement might de Lay their ruin but could never defend their country. But said Burke com menting on the last sentence " it did it it did it Devilish laughter and what such an army did for the United states it w ill do for Cuba and nothing else will do it presidential insults about cuban Bonds. Or. Banks referred to the president s allusion to the use of cuban Bonds and his intimation that these Bonds were expected to influence Congress. He did not believe any such attempt had been made but he knew of efforts of another kind that had been made and the country had been flooded with rumours that the purity and integrity of the House of representatives had been perverted and destroyed until at last it came from in president. That it a a matter for Congress to look into and see that it did not affect the judgment or stain the integrity of Mem tiers. He did not believe any such attempt had been made but he did know that foreign governments Here had endeavoured to sustain their purposes and their objects by appeals of that character. Or. Banks Here alluded to and related personal Char Ges the Spanish minister had circulated v 1 .1 i i. Against unit Anu Tuii . Ibid Man alluding to the Spanish minister who sought to destroy the reputation of the government by assailing us omers with cowardly and ulamous false Nous was unworthy of the privileges he enjoyed by the Courtesy and generosity of the american people. Ale would ask the president when he sent to Congress another message on the subject of personal integrity to express his opinion As to the machinations and movements of t lie Span ish minister on the subject. Other speeches. Messes. Orth and Farnsworth made speeches sustaining the president and in opposition to the report of the foreign committee. Governor Swann. A demo cratic member of the foreign committee advocated the majority report. He had witnessed the proceedings of yester with profound astonishment. The presi Dent of the United states forgetting what was due to the committee on foreign affairs and to the House and for the Pur pose of anticipating its action had sent to Congress a message which waa without precedent in the past legislative history of the country it was a deliberate attempt to influence the action of the House. It was an insult to its members and to the country. It was an announcement that the american Congress was incapable of forming a judgment of its own on a great question of Public policy without the advisory Aid of the executive. It was gratuitous and uncalled for. He went on to advocate at length the report of the majority declaring that the sympathies of me american people were with Cuba and against Spain and the Toone that Spain Tai Izish a Sci test a intr. Chicago Tribune Rad the its Radical betrayal in Congress Western renegades to be brought to Republican party will undoubtedly have As much As it can do to keep its majority in the House of representatives. It win i06e in Riew for and 1 stupid in every Southern state and will be hard pushed in Connecticut new Jersey Ohio Missouri and parts of Pennsylvania. By the executive government and the Senate will be Able to hold the leading strings Power for at least three years More but the experience of the past is that the Senate is a ductile and malleable body Seldom leaning far from the True sentiments of the lower House. Let the sen ate stand in the Way of a determined con Gress and the noise of the people will terrify it As Wellington and his Peers grew Pale before the Roar of the Reform party. With the Senate against Andrew Jackson was never Able to do More than to Iiri Tat e him by rejecting a few of his appoint ments. The history of a Senate against the president is that it becomes corrupted by his patronage and of a Anat against the House that it yields to intimidation and the Witt of the country. I Sav therefore that the change of the lower House is equivalent to a general change of policy and expenditure a change of majority in the House at present might be substantially a Republican of the present Congress is Kepueli can Only in name and organization. The purposes for which the party was organi Zed and the spirit which animated it Are retained by a minority of the republicans Congress Only. The Republican party was the party of free homesteads but this Congress has swept Down the Homestead system and substituted the land monopoly system Ine Tepu Obican party was the party of no Section but of National Freedom this Congress considers Pennsyl Vania to be the Union and insulation to be enlightenment the Republican party was the party of All but thi3 Congress has represented a few and they not those whose daily cry is what shall we eat and what shall we drink and wherewithal shall we be clothed the Republican party set up a new Man As the Type of a state and ased that he be unrestrained in his industries adventures and enterprises and be left free to establish Conedera cies of freemen like himself in his own Way the majority of Congress would create a state modelled upon its own pet theories Ana private interests Ana compel the Man to inhabit it and conform to it. This is the republicanism of a majority of con Gress a set of inventive bureaucrats and mice in every drawer of the Bureau. Let these take their involved piece of cab inet Ware which they have named the new nation and preach upon it for a text. Those men who have sold or misrepresented the manhood of the West Are now to come face to face with their constituents and it is no funeral of the Republican party if they be elected to stay at Home. Let these questions be put to them 1. How Many Bills have you favored to take our Hom steady and give them to railways 2. What Protection can you give to a Man on the open Praise menaced All round by combinations of indians capitalists Tariff and trans portion monopolies ? 6. Tiow Multi has your vote lightened my taxes and the Cost of my Salt clothing lumber a 4. Have i with my 160 acres and nothing else been As much considered by and yours As the Man with a Stream and Mill 5. Have you been taking care of me according to my notions or according to the notions of the gentleman on the other Side of the alleghenies ? 6. Have you voted for any subsidy drawback Grant foreign Island Bounty increased tax or discriminating duty. Or sauce the record of your votes. 1 venture the prophecy that in All the states where the Republican delegations can meet these questions republicans will come Back to the next Congress. And where the delegation cannot answer them disaster will fall upon like the philistines upon Saul. Ine Aramini Straton by Wincn w mean the executive government president and Cabinet vice president and speaker of the House will have Little influence upon the election of the next Congress. None of them have defined any position upon the questions propounded. The president has signed whatever Railroad Bills have got up to him. He has apparently very crude and sophomoric ideas of what a Republican state ought to be. The vice presi Dent has been silent and can therefore be quoted neither for Good nor evil the speaker of the House would be a Low tar i n Man even if he were a Good politician but Small is the help his committees have even the Ite publican party the Cabinet As the Merit of Harmony but it has not probably filled the measure of expectation and was certainly Iai teu to strike Ine enthusiasm of the people. The consequence is that the next election will be a popular election pure and simple every District selecting a congressman for itself and concerning itself Little about past issues. Upon that next Congress will depend the Tate of the Republican party in Liz. Sound constitutional doctrine. Probably no Plank of the admirable platform adopted by the Ohio democracy on wednesday will command More heart and general approval among the masses of the people than that which utterly condemns the monstrous system of Public Rob Bery established by the present Tariff. This system is accurately described As solely designed to Advance the interests of a few thousand and the Only sum and practicable Way of escape from the burdens it imposes is indicated in the declaration that no candidate for Congress nor for any other officers worthy of support who is not in favor of a Low Revenue Tariff which closely approximates free there is nothing Here it will be observed of the vicious sophistry about incidental undo a which so Many crimes against the people have been perpetrated in time past. A Tariff for Revenue is the constitutional limit of the taxing Powers of Congress and. It is High time to return in this respect As in All others within the boundaries fixed by that instrument. As Between the Robbe 1 by of the labor and Industry of the coun try which is is the policy of radicalism established in a Tariff which takes Money from the pockets of the poor and puts it into the hands of millionaire manufacturers and the closest approximation to free Trade that the financial circumstances of the government will permit with absolute Freedom from taxation for All necessaries of life which is the policy of the democracy the a be is now fairly made. Let a Long suf Teri and grossly Robbe d pople choose which they will have. The Ravenna Democrat says tha Fol lowing novel marriage ceremony too place before his Honor mayor Meharg at his office on tuesday last before you As witness i agree to take Catharine Stoell who i hold by the right hand and who i intelligently religiously and spiritually love to be my companion through life and to her 1 Accord equal rights socially religiously and politically with myself. W. Pie eco. Before you As witnesses i agree to take Walter Pierce who i hold by the hand and who i intelligently religiously and spiritually love to be my companion through life and i agree to not usurp Over or transcend him in any particular. Catherine Sto eix. By this voluntary and premeditated act in your presence we declare ourselves religiously philosophically and scientifically married. Walter Pierce Catherine Pierce. These persons having been duly filed his Honor completed the contract thus entered into by pronouncing the parties Hus band and wife. Eva with children half Price it Cyl to w to to tire. The children. By Charles Dickens. The lesion., and Taka Are All ended hero for the Day Idimmia a ,.u tile one anther around me r.2.l "i.,m? cd a l Kioh. The Little White Arm that Enci Clamy neck in a tender embrace of the smiles that Are halos of heaven shedding Sun Ine of ova on Mytia. And when they Are gone i Ait dreaming of my childhood too Lovely to lat Mare that my heart will Hen it wakes to the Pulie of the Patere the world and Ita wickedness made Melee partner of sorrow and sin when the glory of god was about Means the glory of gladness within. Of my heart grows weak As a woman a a t it. Uhf of fee will mow,,1n think. The a sep and the feet of dear ones must ao0ui no Man of sin hanging o or the tempests of Fate blowing Wilsoh i there s nothing on Earth half so Golyas the innocent heart of a child. They Are idols of hearts and of household they Are Angels of god in disguise his sunlight still sleeps in their Treasea his glory still gleams m their those truants from Home a from heave they have made me More Manly and mild. And 1 know How Jesus could like the kingdom of god to a child. I ask not a life for the near Radiant As others have that life May have just enough Shadow to temper the Glare of the Sua i would Pray god to guard them from my prayer would bound Back to i a a Niph May Pray for a sinner must prey for himself. The Twig a so easily bended,1 have banished the Rule and the Rod goodness of knowledge w3 2.v.t5u8h do the Good ass of go Dungeon of darkness where i shut them from breaking a Rule my frown is sufficient correction. My love is the Law of the school. I shall leave the old House in the autumn to traverse the threshold no Moreah How i shall sigh for the dear ones that meet me each morn at the door ii shall miss the Good nights and the kisses and the gush of their innocent group on the Green and the Dowers 1 hat Are brought every morning to me. I shall miss them at morn and at event in r song n the school and the Stre,1 Khali miss the Low hum of their voices and the tramp of their delicate the lessons and tasks Are All death says the school is dismissed i May the Little ones gather around me to bid me Good night and be kissed i from the n. Y. Times solar disturbances. The greatest of All future possibilities. Ties. The Sun is beginning to be an object of great anxiety to Many scientific men. Spots on that orb Are not at All uncommon As May be ascertained by any one who will take the trouble to look at it through a bit of smoked Elass. But these phenom Ena have of late assumed an appearance which astonishes astronomers and a calculated to alarm that class which fancies it can detect portents of the future in the heavens. There Are great gulfs now to be seen in the Sun each much lamer than this Earth which we think of so much con sequence in the universe. They increase at a prodigious rate and sometimes seems destined to work a convulsion similar to that which has undoubtedly overtaken Otner solar systems suns As vast As that which Lighta and warms this world have been shattered to pieces or disappeared and Only the philosopher in his roving glance Over the sky has detected the change. The inhabitants of other planets would not notice the disappearance of the planet we inhabit any More than we can see a speck of Sand carried off by the wind on the sea Shore. Of la m Afa . 1. 1 a Uva Bill Cvijo uni ail trained fact that the Sun is always in a highly fluid condition As one recent writer describes it a Hurricane of flame the disturbances of which might perhaps be Best represented to our imaginations by the occasional explosion of a planet or two of it is moreover subject to magnetic storms produced As Many suppose by the movements of the planets around it. The great disturbance which is now going on was predicted months ago by scientific men. That we Are much More concerned in the event than Many people suppose is quite cer Tain. In one Case a few years ago it is upon record that telegraphic machinery was set on fire and the pen of rain s Telegraph was followed by a flame at the very in Stant a sudden burst of Light showed itself in the Sun. In the Telegraph stations at Washington and Philadelphia the signal men received Strong electric in fact the electric condition of the Earth was changed though by what precise Agency none can fully explain. W Are at once lost in a Region of conjecture and con Only feel that the Fate which was fore told of old for the Earth May at any moment overtake it. The forces Are All in existence by which in the solemn Lan Guage of holy writ the heavens shall pass away with a great noise and the ele ments shall melt away with fervent heat and the Earth also and the works that Are therein shall be burned once in every eleven years the Sun exhibits the stupendous Phenomena which Are at present engaging the attention of philosophers. In 1850, chasms and Abys ses similar to those which Are now re ported were seen by Many observers. In 1848 there were magnetic storms and we had a French revolution. Again in 1859 they occurred and we saw wars and re mors of wars in Europe. The electrical condition of the Atmos phere is thought to exert a greater influence upon the minds of men and nations than Many Are willing to believe or than any one is capable to explain. The Tele graphs denote the changed condition of the Earth. In the language of the astronomer whose description of t he Sun we have just quoted the pens of All our telegraphic wires May some Day Trace in flame a hand writing More ominous of human destiny than was the handwriting which during Belshazzar s feast traced a warning on the Wall of the babylonian disposing of an insult. Lord Mark heart who distinguished himself at the Battle of Fontenoy was a Good but eccentric officer and a terrible dualist. His debut was remarkable. He was a lad of slight effeminate appearance apparently void of spirit. His father the Marquis of Lothian when he brought him to London to join his regiment the Coldstream guards requested the colonel who waa Bis particular Friend to watch Over him to see that he submitted to no improper liberties and to instruct him in the Way be should go in Case he had the misfortune to be insulted. These were the Days of hard drinking prodigious swearing and brutal Man ners. This Pacific Young scion of nobility soon became a butt at mess a Stop Peg to Uang practical jokes on until at last a Captain of a year s standing threw a Glass of wine in his face. He still said nothing. The colonel thought it was High time to interfere and invited him to breakfast. Lord Mark arrived punctually. At length the commanding officer broke ground. Lord Mark said he i must speak to you on rather a delicate subject but As your father s Friend i am compelled to waive ceremony. Captain l. Vester Day morning publicly passed an affront on you which both your Honor and the credit of the regiment require you to no what do you think sir i ought to do 7" inquired lord Mark. Call on him for an rejoined the colonel. It is i fear too late for that replied the Young Ensign i shot him at 8 Thia morning and if you take the trouble to look out of the front window you will fee him on a lost of life says More quarrels arise Between Brothers Between Sisters Between hired girls Between school girls Between clerks in stores Between apprentices Between hired men Between Hus bands and wives owing to electrical changes through which their systems go by lodging together night after night under the some bed clothes than by any other disturbing cause. There is nothing that will so derange the nervous system of a person who a Eliminative in nervous fore a to a All night in bed with a per in h wha in a hum fam

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