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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - March 16, 1870, Canton, Ohio 5 frill i id. Of in " Jim rare to. Volume 36. Canton Stark county Ohio March 16, 1870. Rail business directory c. J. Geiger. A Init Foft Tut Crau Street. Canton Ohio. Absalom Kitt Morehand tailor and Iealer in cloths Cassimer nesting. mail clothing. Opera Block Anion. Ohio. Stark county Democrat t. Mcgremo son publishers Plain Sunj r ant y Job 1 Quiera but fire Block Canton Ohio Hiram Thurston. Book bind Aud by manufacturer. Alt orders from abroad promptly attended to. Bind. Cry in Harter e Block. Do Stair. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea furniture Pealer and 1 and croaker East Tui a Rawa a Street Canton Ohio nov to Prince & Haas in dryer metallic All kinds Curtin j in hand. Two Lump Larivi in Ruli Denvin smit1i photographer a particular attention Given to copy Luik Anu Enla Kius pit Turra. Uvrl Frame Anu a a Cuba july hand. Kolonia in Mathewa a Hubli. South Murkot ,, Ohio. June 0 . Ii. Siddall deut Lau Oil in Harrr s Bant bloc. Canton up stairs. A operations in much animal intent pan orm d in the latest and .1 approved Nta nuer. Tio would Call Asp Elul at Tentou to his Gold Al Latuk in which in Tho Worda the Ute i a. Ward lid Iava yelled l v Lew and equalled by a. J. Douds burgeon Dent lat office no Atara. In . On Market Street. West aide three doors month Cuhlic Simre. L Ilton t All connected with the it old Sion promptly attend arc a to. " & bro., Bankers Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio pc eerie posits. Loan Money buy old Douds and combo find interest notes. Exchange bought and sold. J. A. C0meeix re Aue Ruey at la. Trump s bin Klyur. Canton Ohio up stairs. Or ecu and Oerman sept i i s. & e. S. Meyer. Attorney at i a. Canton Ohio. Office in building near Public Square nors Layl. James harsh attorney at Massillon Ohio. Office in Marsh s stirs prompt attention Keven to ail Huni Neui in rusts to Nis cure. Jiw we. Ii. Hall attorney at Law office with . . Btu Lillock Cauton Ohio up stairs. July so. W. Bait. To. . Raff pc Baldwin attorneys at Law. Canton Ohio. Office in Tom Eagle Block up at Urs. turf Bierce & Thompson attorneys at Law Akron Ohio. J n2t-c we. Mckinley. Tatomer at Law office in Essie Block Orer National Bank Canton Ohio. Junei . Mcgregor attorney at Law. And general collecting agent can image Jasper county Missouri. Oct a tar Harey Laughlin. Attorney at Law notary Public Alliance. Ohio. Whf Lynch attorneys at Law office in opera House Block Canton. Ohio. I W. Mccord attorney a. Law and general collection agent Alliance Ohio. Business entrusted to i care will receive prompt attention. V f Joseph cd Eyoise. Or notary Public office Northeast Corner Public Square Canton Ohio. He will attend to drawing deeds mortgages Powers attorn . A. In addition to the English he also Speaks the German and French languages he will also procure passports for persons wishing to go to Europe. So 1 1 7 g. Williard county Surveyor office in the county recorder s Ottice. In the w Kildal building where he can Bov found when in Tho City if not any business wanted can to left with Jacob Kap Luger. Esq. County recorder who will give due notice to me. The Luw author Ives the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement any Mutru Siut writing he will therefore write and acknowledge agreement mortgages. Deeds. A. At fair prices end upon the shortest notice. Cauton january 15, Lettea. Otto Winter alter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in watches clocks jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly done Short notice no i Eagle Block Canton. Ohio. Feud inf Deuble & brother dealers in watches. Clocks jewelry silverware a East aide Publio Tiqua re. Canton Ohio. Repairing done Short notice. J. A. Meyer no. In lurid in and foreign watches. Clocks a goods Northwest Corner Public Square Canton Ohio. Repairing neatly expeditiously Anu t. H. Phillips D., flip Simian and surgeon office and residence Ond next door to lutheran Church. A durable acute and chronic diseases treated. Prompt attention to process Douai june Loly C. Bartett. A. Physician and Sui office Corner East Tusca rawas and Walnut streets Wint Chalu r s Cor i Cauton Bio. We Thompson dealer in Keal estate. Dwelling houses for Aale. Rent e fur City farming property. By in disc lot3 every to riot. Price and location for Sale Ehens. Mou tuly payment received and four years Timo Given. Office in Hanu s Block it 1 no stairs. Pm ii. Selden to real estate Anil collect Lon Agency Corker fifth and Poplar streets. Canton. Ohio Farina and town i property Tiht sold and rented. 1 examined i axes 1 Aid estate settled Leeds. Mortus leases. C. Written Money borrowed and loaned real slate. T Oal and Ether kinds Mineral i property wanted to " leave Lur Chae. Al j exc Iange hotel by a Toon Haner at old depot guests properly cared and Bills moderate. Mayu out Jackson hotel Louia laser. Proprietor. North Market Streel Alliance House i Daniel Burbeck at the Nuon Uio it i. in readiness arrival cars. St. Cloud hotel i w Pron Rhetor Uhlie 8ouare, Canton " Ohio. J t. H. Falke Valer to millinery and fancy goods no s opera i Idun l. A. Clewell teacher plane Organ and8lning. Orders Cegred at Kirk Musato btare.1 Norse so livery. Union livery re Voiazie s lot 5th st., i Canton Ohio Earnst Middau ii proprietors. H i. In theits. Allow in. D Rood horse. Conveyance Tat reasonable term with without Driver govt tif notary Public. John Baber i notary Public. And insurance agent Castor. Ohio. Trice to tha Ark county 1 restorer s4 i will attend to drawing deeds Mort Aires attorney make contract a for Pae Tovim Europe at the lowest rates a. Me ii. T l non lbs. Kir. And a cum map Palm. General notices. O. V. A. Era Ilc Tox co tical no. 4. O. I. A. M., meal every tour Sdiey evening no 7 clock in Danna Miller s now mock. De. E. Meserv c. Jno20yl Avalin Ava n Ted woman do Aorta family respectable Hor own Homo Palrao w Voad drava at the Dato Cajet Ottice. Mar-3 t for rent. Lie Washington Hoise porn tenth Ait i Bwy linear the Lopol. Inquire the Bridi if Henry Becker lob Ai r the new York House. Mils Houi right Weot the la it. b Ca l Thoro Nathly renown tvs and fixed no in Good m Tkv to us us m a tiny Mihi i nun in in receive grew to und treat them prix Ray. My Saloon i supplied with her mid Wim the Beth noun. Ivy Nutine French Ine away in Hud. T All and a a me. Til. Felted. I Tilo feb. It Ohio Asmi Tirc m Sale. N a turd to Farch 6th. 1s70. In re Rauanese v n order the 1 Robutz court Turk noun to 1 will sell tie goods and rattles a at Public auction in Tho room recently occupied by Aid Spohn Hothir As a grocery Sale to cot iii Cunt to clock a. Terms c in. Henry h. Martin la Lull assigned Absalom Spohr hotly. The alive a lems postponed till saturday March Atli 1tu. 11. A. Maxim Assignee. Notice. Totice is hereby Given that the undersigned a the Isth Day february. Leto. Tiled petition in the City Council the City Canton o., Fri Wing Lor the vacation so much an Alle Lota i Umla r ten 10 eleven 11 Inyoung s addition to Tho Cut Canton and the Pittsburgh. Fort Wayne and Chicago railway said Lota lying North East Tubac Aruns Street. In said City. Georjik Gibbs i. 1. W1kidau. Mar inc William Gibbs. To owners Orchards t t in the utmost importance to owners a Naru Tinai Linoir Uruu Trei Iliou Hij prox Ray cleaned and trimmed in a inn n it both i love the healthy com lotion Ihu dec land Thein Iliyof the fruit Tito an experienced Gur Deuer otters cum Serviesa in the above ii. .1sel, 4viirdenr.janvjiici i Ruiton Ohio. Teacher9 examination. to Ipher will Beth i upon school uni idiot. T Unton. On the hut Vitur Dikiy each month until further no Tice Candy Dat i should keep in , the idea the other Brunch Tho f Xian Irini will Requiro a bulb client knowledge in the theory and practice teaching. By order hmm Iners. Octif 0tx Damocl . Fall and Winter fashions. Mrs. N. A. Binder has just arrived from Pari London Wuh the latest Deiiana person ally selected from the per octet novelties to Kliemt a Litant tru Minics to be no tired in Paris Oncea. Kibbons velvet.--. Bridal Veila Flower Fine jewelry and trimmed paper pattern. Lre a and cloak making. Each ii in e for lira. Worth a celebrated system for in twins Juliea Drenea. Sarouen Bazien to n. W. Corner eleventh and Cheiu nut Stro Titov Philadelphia. Ov3 c. V. A co Phi a. Ritt Bueloh. Canton 4 Chicago railway company. E under itched hereby give notice that Booksh be opened for receiving subscription to the capital Stock the pit Tabu Rich Canton t Chicago Kilway company at the Sovinc in to it bunk Canton Ohio , april 2d. 1870. At one clock C. A i an. 1. . Isaac hat kit. , Leluti , no irl t 1 Nemori Matora fresh Carden Flower fruit Herb tree Shrub and Evergreen seeds wit directions Iol culture a repaid by mail. Theriot Complete and assortment in the country. Agents wanted. 25rorta either for 1.00 prepaid by mail Alao Tignall fruit. Pm Man. Hula. All the new to Tuti Miti. Ai a repaid by mail. 4 la Hirly Rock Anta prepaid Lor . T Uii Over a Coughi a xi0 per Zitur su5 Ltd. Per paid. New Hardy Fra Arnul a spun honeysuckle 00 Ceuta each prepaid. True cupe coi Cranberry for Upland Lowland culture. 51,00 per pre paid with directions. Priced catalogue to any Ash tremm. Irm tim Trade int. Seen com tin Smidu. B. Watsn old Colony nurseries and 9oed Wii Rhoun ii Nouth 1hh, Lia hed in Limi Mcclom Calabar grains Huedy certain Fob by Persia sick headache constipation irregularities indigestion bilious Ness sol slowness. And nervous debility. They Are Apple seed like tasteless and in odorous told ail uru Goisis. John d. Park Cincinnati o., a Idamc agent proprietor. Special notices. Est one Tigreat cause human misery. Just Gull shed in a scaled envelope. Price c Eti a lecture the nature treatment uni Radical cure weakness Sper into Shiva induced by involuntary Kluis Simulis Lei Leney. Nervous web laity and impediments to marriage Keuer ally. Consumption emicis4iv and fits Memula und i Liv Dieul Ili Earue City. A. Ii Kkt Cd Vlku . Vii thur flirt Tir cell a. Tho d author in this admirable t venire a Leurle droves from his Oivin experience Tuat the awl us Couso Menees e May be removed without Medicine aim Witti it d iii reruns us Rifici Brutious. Boutries. Mrs Uinta rings cordials Point Iufer out a Mode cure at oreo certain Zutl effectual by which Verv sufferer. No matter what his condition May lie ulay care Lilly leu Neap in in Vaicik aim Maui rally. Tuuri Lecocke prove a Boon to Anu Thol Tsanis. Sent under arid to any address in a Plain Clope the receipt six cents two postage Tal is. A1so a mrs Price cuts. A Cress Usu 111.13. J. I 1.1 17 Nowery. New York Post Soltice Box ,58. To consumptive. The advertiser having been restored join a few weeks by a very simple reme by alter Iesvina i Dierx iwo Fri rim pm severe Lunf an action Aud that dread disease con sumption is anxious to maae known 10 Nis sutly Ere re the Means cure. To All who desire it he will Send a copy the prescription used free charge with the for Deroo Xiii and using the same iii Flint a Era cure for consult motion. Asthma Bronco is oink is a Nim Ait i affections. 1 no Only object 01 Scr in bending the Reese Puon is 10 Nfn urn to ail Oil and spread information which he conceives to be valuable and he Hopes every sufferer will try his remedy As it win Cost Wick not Niue 1 mud a Mem it Lehmiller. L Sutlo was Ninx the Presori Pinion win fib Dresa it. Kwaku a. W ill Williamsburg Kings co univ new for. Mayl f9ylsmp cents wanted. Agents wanted i iter a Mnich. Male and female to sell the celebrated and original common sense in sew inc machine pm prove Anu per Tecisa will hem foil stitch tuck bind braid and embroider in a most Superior manner. Price Only tit for Simoli Civ and Iliin univ. It Naji no Nevai. Do not buy from parties Selling machines under tie same name As ours unless having Al critic ate site nov signed by a to they Rue worthless cast Iron machines. For circulars and terms apply , 11. Crawford co. 13 Chestnut m., Philadelphia a. Errors youth. who suffered for years froma debility. Premature decay end. A Vau Thull indiscretion win. For m be Sake suffering humanity Send free to allot need it the receipt and directions for making simple remedy by which he was cored Bufler ers winning to Proni. Of Jet can do 0, addressing. " Maylyl-r8 d no. 42 Cedar treet. New i . Words Wisdom for you no men n. A in. In Smith and Nui Ivi i wu4 with for the Errier unfortunate. Sent in scaled letter envelopes Charee. Address Howard association Box p., Philadelphia i a. But True. Every Yong lady strange in the United staubia can hear to Lull very Mucu w Victr ii mail without charge by Usu and signed. Those having ears being dumb urged. Also Mav oblige by not noticing Siw Cam. A oilers will please Adorf a their obedient i Ului Vlf. Broadway new York. Legal. Legal notice. Ann 6hari0, John Sharlo a Neon Hamary Jacob Donaker and Authurine Donsker i i wife and Mury Shuru will take notice that Elizabeth Riha Xio and Margaret Shari did the2th Dav january a. I. 1k70, Lile their petition in the 6thee tie clerk tie court common plea Stark county Ohio alleging that they Are each seized in fee simple Tho undivided one sixt h part the fou Omni described real estate situate 12 Stark county Ohio to wit a part a forty acre tract Hind in the South East Quarter Section 1 1, ten 10 and Range eight it bounded and desc Riu As Ful Towa be diming Tor the Sam eat a Post Nve chins and three links South the South we Corner the build forty acre tract thence East ten chains to a pot thence North ten chains to a to thence West ten chains to a Post thence South ten chains to place beginning containing live acres More less. Aug part the same Quarter Section bounded As follows byte tuning at a Stone and Southeast Corner . Schario s land and running thence w Ith his Eastern line and East line . U. Diurio s la us North Wardly ten chains and three links to s Moue thence eat Wardly and parallel to the South Boundary the land heroin first seven 7 chains and fifty links to a Post thence South Wardly and parallel to the first Lino this tract land ten chains and three links to a Post thence West Ward by seven 7 chains and til links to the beginning containing Saveu and fifty to hundredths 7 Kimoo acres Laud. That Mary Anu Shari widow Jacob g. Lately deceased is entitled to Dower in said premises that John Shari Jacob Shari Catharine Naker wife Jacob Stonaker and Mary Bhari shark county Ohio ire tenants in common with the petitioners and entitled each to Tho undivided sixth part said premises in fee simple and praying that Tho Dower interest said w Idow in said premises May be assigned and that parti Tion Mav l made said premises in such Man Ner that petitioners May hold their respective proportions thereof in severally a eject to said widow a Power interest Efti Loii will be for hear info 16th Dav March . 1s70, As soon thereafter a leave court can be obtained. Raff it Baldwin feb2w6 a is for petitioners. Legal notice. B. Barr and David Burr Tho William heirs Robert Barr deceased Kugena Monnot and Mary m not. Lis wife and certain ther persons heirs livid birr de ceased Whoso names and places residence arc unknown will take notice that Alexander b. Barr the 7th Day february a. Li7, filed his petition in the Ortice the clerk the court common pleas Stark county Ohio setting Rel. The. R l in info Ilia . Tided the following described real estate situate in Stark county Ohio and known As the West part the Southwest Quarter Sec Tion Twenty High t township Nineteen in and Hance six it Teri Agthe tract Laud assigned to Mui v Barr As Dower in the estate und lairds Ofia id Illarr , by proce clings had in the Protte court Stark county Thio. Fur tie assignment Dower containing Eig Lily Fon r f acres be the same More r less that William it. Barr is tenant in common with entitled to the unit Tividad one Eig i said premises in fee simple that the unknown heirs Rottert Illarr deceased Are tog ther entitled to the undivided part mild Premie s in fee simile that 1 .i Barr if living and if dead Mary m Omot wife Euuene m not. And cer Tain other persons whose names and places residence Are unknown heirs said David Barr Are together entitled to the undivided pan said premises m tee simple praying that partition May Luale mild premises so. That pint Ioner Mav hold his thereof a sever Alty ii the same cannot done without Mani fest injury then that Siu h proceed mrs May to had in the i premises As Are authorized by Law. Aid petition will be to hearing the list Day March isto. Or As soon thereafter to Leavo court can 1h obtained. Kaff it Baldwin. Of Chou att is for i in Ziouer. Partition notice. Jacob who resides in i Stark county and Andrew tab Maliu Clerger w to resides in tie state Indiana both heirs aholph8chmacht ,and Margaret Schmacht Tinberger widow said deceased in suck county o., will take notice that thelast Daof january isto Jacob Schory and Margaret his wife have filed a petition in the court common pleas within and for the county Stark and state Ohio against them Alleg Uig that they Are the owners in ice simple six undivided eighth part and that they Are the owners each no undivided eighth part the follow i n described real estate situate in Stark county. Ohio to wit the West half the North we Quarter Section Twenty Tiv e Range seven in Osnaburg township confining seventy Nin e and acres. The Petitioner Pray that their said interest Mav be set off to them in Sev realty and that said widow s Dower May be As signed to her. Said petition w ill be for hearing at tie next term this court to w it the 7th Day March a. Is7. Or As us thereafter As leave can the had from said court. We. Mckinley ja., fcb2nl at a for Petitioner. Legal notice. The nov b. B1chakds will take Nofi Juliat Petman Hai tiled Agam Huu Aud oth ers by Eorge w. Sweetie in the court com Mon pleas in and for Stark county Ohio setting Forth a contract Sale the him it. B. Kich a co Whiteb the alive named Henry b. Kieparda was a member lot number four in Weaver s audition to l Uniontown in said count a that said sweeten had in All respects complied Ith his part said contract and was entitled to a deed Lor said premises which Tho Naa a Ireci an Reid san to a. Cuba prays for Ai order the court compelling said Kitti Ards Anil the other defendants to specifically per form said contract and upon their Lailure to be the order the court and make a deed that a decree be made having the Ett Eli such conveyance. Said Henry n. Kich arcu must Hie ins answer in said cae in saturday april 13, 18to. St to , Niar w c Alt i a Lor Ria mems. Guardian9& Sale. V m,.naa Rafn abhor if 1a Prtt tuft court t Stark county Ohio l will Oiler Lor Sale at pit lie auction. On saturday april Oil a. 1s70, at 1 clock p.m., upon tie premises As the guar Dian Henrietta a itwaru j., a. Lev i Eltta a espre Mises situate id bark county unit Auu be scribed As follows to wit eighteen and one iia if acres More less out the Southeast Corner the Northwest Quarter Section Twenty Lou township Nineteen and Range seven. Appraised value Esufe to be sold i r8.term, one half Cash one Hal f in year. Deferred payments to be secured mortgage premises and Deanna Diteresi irom us u nuio.iu1thf.w chalet. Guardian said heirs Gideon Balmat dec d. Per A. Co mrord att y Lor guardian. Marlow John b. Rousell is. Peter virtue an order to sell issued from thex court common pleas Tark county. Ohio. And to me directed i will Otter for s&4e at Public out y at the Dor the Coli in the City Canton saturday the 2&lh Day March 1s70, the following described real estate situate in county to wit lots no idlers ji4, 2v, Jolo t,7 and x in Arvine Wales s Udd lion to Tho town now Eitl Massillon. &.1i0 to Coin Iunce l cik i i. Icbms Casu. R. A. Dunbar f.j3- Slio Riiff Stark county Dry from 8 to 20 Peti cent saved. We intend the 1st Day March to resume the ready a y system again ii i i a Jinil 2 Lilou than credit for several reasons 1st. V e save interest. 2d. We make no bad debts. 3d. We can discount All ear 4th. We can do with one hand less we have not books to keep and in Many other a tvs there is a a inc that not necessary to mention a the above reasons Are sum int to sails in any one mat it ready a y is the Only Correct Way that business can be done. Remember we can sell cheap for Cash nil we have. Who the $20,000 Wol Tell goods that we will sell at greatly reduced prices Call & see. And free Mik w accounts Mast i Attlee dime y. To Ivars pc co. Fast f administrator s is hereby Given that the Unuer Signear h. Hean Dull appointed and qualified Aali to f mint. Of John Johnson Stork county Ohio deceased. Juju our. Crud correspondence. Industry As a Means transition from social isolation and antagonism to Concord and happiness. By e. P. Grant number i. Communal guaranties. It will be recollected that the word commune has been used in these articles to designate the associated body per sons engaged in our Industrial Enterprise by communal guaranties therefore is meant whatever tie commune insures to All its members. These guaranties Are two kinds 1st, subsistence by which is meant an adequate Supply food cloth ing and All other things necessary to health and physical Comfort 2d, Jedi Tea lion by which is meant the Means and opportunities for the most Complete develop ment the corporeal and spiritual Organ ism. Of these two kinds guaranties i will treat separately and with great Brev i. Guaranty this is an obligation assumed by the commune to provide for the material wants All such persons As Mav have i Heen in Fiill anal 0i, to ,. I,.- v11 Lull v.1111u1ch Luck Callol liu1 u such membership continues. Children previously born and accompanying their parents become members with Teneni. The managers will find it necessary in the Deg mine to exercise some caution m a mitting persons to full membership lest the obligation thus imposed upon tie com Mune become too great a Burden upon its a. Ref Larrr r which run a Lif guarded against probably by requiring an i investment capital to provide x against All Ordinary contingencies though physical vigor and thoroughly tested industrious habits May in some cases suf fice without such investment. In general however when sufficient capital Carnot be advanced full membership should be re fused at least postponed until the requisite Advance can be made equivalent a county Given by satisfactory Industrial ii Cliency in Somo other Way. It is important that the destitute and needy however desirous the managers May be to help them should not be permitted to overwhelm the Enterprise during the inevitable weakness its infancy. The most numerous class beneficiaries with whose subsistence the commune will be charged will always be infants and in Wren a Little More advanced Whoso Industrial capacities Are yet too Little devel oped too imperfectly trained to enable them to earn their own support. It is True that As soon As the Are Drod Erly organized children will be attracted to join Somo them at a very Early age. And will begin to earn their subsistence much sooner than is possible under our present system perhaps generally when no More than six eight years old and that they will do to without compulsion. And even by their own eager Choice. In deed compulsion is what our Experiment especially Aims to dispense with and to far As labor has to be performed by constraint so far is our object missed in other words our Success is to be measured by the extent to which labor is voluntarily performed. But no degree Success can Ever prevent Vounce children from be ing a charge upon some All the productive workers the commune. As society is at present constituted it subjects parents to the labor and expense providing Lor and rearing their child Ren a Burden often exceedingly onerous. And sometimes when families an numer Ous plunging parents and children into the despair pauperism. Our commune when in full operation will by no Means imitate this cruel arrangement Bat will take upon itself the charge supporting All its members who Are unable to provide Lor themselves by whatever in armity they May be disabled whether infancy sickness old afre. No member As Hus band wife Parent child should be charged with the support any one but himself. During the transitional stage. And while the organization aimed at is struggling with difficulties arising from imperfect development it May indeed be necessary to make exceptions to this Rule. And to modify it by various provisional conditions but such exceptions and conditions can be justified Only by the Emma i aunty and incompleteness the enter prise. The transition passed and reasonable Success secured the commune will take charge All its helpless ones will provide nose Nail for its sick Ana Morni and nurseries for its children diversifying Ite in suit Tuu Reub Ages an j unlike an temperaments Orciani Zinc. Groups nurses and attendants who have a taste and aptitude for their Voca Tion in such a Way As to insure to All the Best care. In All departments relays nurses will relieve each other frequently As often perhaps As once in three four hours even oftener if experience shall indicate that More frequent changes Are necessary to prevent the service from becoming repulsive by its tediousness. These groups nurses will be liberally paid and the Mother who will with rare exceptions be a member one the Crouns which superintend the department to which her infant child a assigned will be paid for All necessary attentions to that child whether in sickness health As much As any other person would be for like services. Children will be recognized As nature s most precious gifts to Wasity in a sense which is not vet and. So Long As the religious faiths now current shall continue to prevail never can be adequately appreciated and being so recognized will be cherished Witika watchfulness commensurate with the estimation in which they will be held. They will thus be elevated in All respects to a degree Well being which is totally unattainable in a society distributed As ours is at present into isolated lain Hes. Ii. Guaranty education. This is an obligation assumed by the in manna for Ninvi a for tall in info Ren. Yuth most ample Means and inc Ulues Tor any Sinai Ana menial training with a View to the utmost perfection All their corporeal and spiritual faculties. In the corporeal sphere the leading object i will be to impart Industrial dexterity and ency. A that the youth whenever he attaches himself by his spontaneous Choice to any Industrial group will not Only be Able to perform his part in it with credit out May also be stimulated to As Pire to its highest honors and distinctions As by the brilliancy his Industrial achieve ments. Nor should that training be is elected which contributes to elegance deportment and refinement manners which the Pupil will be enabled to acquit himself gracefully in the Saloon in the dance Parade. In the a Mutual sphere every Opportunity should be afforded the highest attainments in knowledge. Both practical and theoretical whether relating to Industry to science to Litera Ture to Art. No height moral intellectual excellence should to missed want proper aids by which to reach but thin guaranty education must necessarily be imperfect during the infancy our proposed Enterprise it cannot even approximate perfection until Large num Bers win require and a considerable " elaborate and expensive Ljuca it is proper to remark Here that when our new Industrial system shall be in successful operation parents will surrender to me umm Uno the entire control their children As Well in respect to nurture to discipline and education not by compulsion but because it will be Parent that their children will thus better cared for. Trained and developed than is possible m and other was while at the same time the Daren to will by Means be relieved a fearful Burden responsibility. In considering this i Cut no Tsu oui not Iorge mat a and i la. Furru to Iko runt Nolor bite " j " for human generations is infallibly secured operate indiscriminately upon nil person the proper age without the least regard to their hotness to bring up and educate their offspring properly nature showing in this respect no preference to capable and worthy parents if any indeed Are so i in the full and proper sense these terms. This fact confirms what is for other Rea sons a Plain dictate common sense that children should be reared educated and disciplined by the social body into which they Are born under the charge and super vision its most competent members who being selected account their fitness for that purpose Are organized into various groups to each which is assigned that special function to in performance which it is Best adapted. By recognizing this important Law. A Rilon will be inaugurated which will an end to All the evils orphanage will give every human being who comes into the world an equal Chance to succeed in it subject Only to original differences capacity and will be by itself alone perhaps an Agency sufficiently powerful to lift human Ity out its present state degradation Aud debasement. Placed in True relations to their child Ren the proper office parents is to Gratny their caprices to Snow them kindness to Caress them to bestow upon them gifts and favors in other words to abandon themselves to the indulgence parental affection. For All these legitimate enjoy ments the future commune will provide All reasonable facilities. But to restrain a child to deny its requests to withhold what it desires is unnatural for a Parent Sun More so is rebuke Ana remonstrance and most unnatural All is correction and chastisement. So Long As society imposes upon parents duties like these to wards their children whether such duties Are performed in sorrow in anger parental Ana Nnami relations Are to mat extent false. The falseness is made Manifest not Only by the repugnance the Parent to such duties but by the revolt the child for a child somewhat advanced in age is sure to regard rebuke correction administered by its Parent with a feeling Chu lishness if not secret open Defi Ance. The Sweet Joys which half a dozen half a score children precious pled Ges affection shed around Tho domes tic Hearth though celebrated in the Pul pit and sometimes in song Are mostly fictions invented in the interest an institution which in some quarters it is deemed sacrilege to assail namely the isolated family. The basis fact by which such fictions Are suggested is in the experiences actual Lite a lamentably Nar Row one. With this number the series articles Industry is Broucht to a close. Other important topics intimately related to those which have been treated deserve consideration and to these i May hereafter in some Way invite Atten Tion. The system which it has been my purpose to recommend is based upon the following propositions 1. Human happiness More Gener ally and with equal truth All happiness in every sphere sensitive existence is the result the gratification some one More desires appetites and in the absence desires and appetites no enjoy ment is possible conceivable. 2. A health is the Means produced by human Agency Gratifying human de sires . Appetites what is the same thing the Means thus produced sup plying human wants. The definition excludes the free gifts nature such As air and sunlight which however indispensable to enjoyment even to existence Are not Pion Rev wealth because Thev Are supplied in unlimited quantities without the intervention human agents. O. Human happiness therefore de pends upon wealth and can Only become Complete and Universal by Means the creation wealth in such abundance and its diffusion so universally that every human want shall be bunched and every human desire gratified to the Point Complete satisfaction. I. Wealth can never be created m such abundance As is required but the contrary poverty will always be the lot the masses so Long As productive labor being repulsive is shunned by those who can procure its products by Means less Dis agreeable hence abundant wealth which is indispensable to Universal happiness is attainable Only by rendering Industry at Tractive. 5. Attractive Industry by which is meant labor engaged in and pursued by Choice and for the Sake the enjoyment with Nicu it win associated when it shall become properly organized is an obvious Means creatine unlimited wealth. For when Industry becomes attractive in Stead Beinor avoided whenever possible. As is substantially the Case at present it will be sought for by All who have sufficient strength and capacity to perform it and will be persisted in to the utmost extent which human endurance will permit. 6. Certain conditions attractive Industry which an explanation has been attempted Are As follows 1st, labor to be rewarded according to its product and without spoliation 2d. Rivalry Emu lation Between groups As Well As individuals 3d, corporate sympathy Between co operators 4th, elegance and fitness tools machines equipments uniforms and All other appliances pertaining to Indus try 5th, badges and insignia Honor to distinguish those groups and individuals whose Industrial merits entitle them to special consideration and 6lh,.fre quent changes occupation. 7. The most dignified and effective these conditions require that considerable numbers be associated together As co p Erato is and that these be distributed into groups companies to certain Mennite principles that is according to certain Laws Organiza Tion so that the enumerated stimulants shall be made to operate with their proper Force. An attempt has been made to explain one the modes by which these Aiva Auu principles May de follows from these propositions that attractive Industry is the indispensable condition 01 human happiness that is that Universal and Complete happiness. Which i regard As the certain destiny humanity. This Universal and Complete happiness Bui passing by car we imaginary Joys another world which the enthusiast dreams May. As i verily believe. Be speedily realized. If men will but direct their cuorts at once to the requisite Prena rations. Inspired by Faith in the absolute perfection divine Wisdom and feeling therefore the Assurance that no being in the universe exists for any other end but to be Happy let us strive without further delay to inaugurate upon our Earth the reign Universal wealth the Neces sary antecedent and infallible Harbinger univ Nepal Ilar riness. The soldiers orphans new phase. The legislative reporter the Cincin Nati Gazette writing from Columbus to that for Sheet speaking the soldiers orphan Home Bill sars the House committee benevolent institutions had a meeting to night and agreed upon some changes in . Van for vertices orphan Bill. The appropriation it for each first one Hundred inmates the Home is reduced from 200 to $150 Peryear and each one in excess that number from 150 to $125. The treasurer s Bond is raised to $50,000." it will be remembered that this is the same project that governor Hays in speech to the convention that renominated him for governor said was not to Cost the state a cent. If passed in its present Shapo it will be a terrible draw funds in the state Treasury. As a Brilliant financial scheme. Senator Morton Indiana is in favor funding $1,000,000,000 the debt by Long loan not redeemable under 30 years this with interest at 4j per cent. In thirty years we should pay $1,350,000 in interest alone $350,000,000 More than principal which would still remain in paid. The senator prefers thus to give $2,350,000,000 for $1,000,000,000. Rather than Issue greenbacks without interest poetry. Love me Little Long. The following is a transcript from an old bal. Lad published in tie year L.A nearly three Hun dred years ago love the Little love to ions is the Burden my song. Love that is too hot and Strong Burnell soon to waste still i would not have the cold not too backward too bold Vadeth not in haste. me Little love me Long is tie Burden my song. If thou Lovest me too much it will not Provo As True touch. Love me Little less than such for i fear the end i Mil wit i Little Well to stent and a Little from the went is enough Wito True intent to be steadfast Friend. Love me Little love me Long. Is the Burden my song. Constant love is moderate Ever. And it will through life Persever. Give me that with Trio Endeavor i will it restore a suit Durance let it be. For All we thurs that for me. For Tho land for the sea lasting evermore. Love me Little love me Long is the Burden my song. Winter s Celd summer s heat Lut Unin s tempests it Bent it can never know defeat never can rebel such the love that i would gain such the love i Tell thee Plain. Thou must give woo in vain so to thee Sar Weil. Love me Little love me Long is the Burden song. Miscellaneous. A love Story. Jim said a Young Sailor to his Cousin who lived a Long Way Inland and had never seen the big water Jim did you Ever think going to sea you mean going to see the gals i sup Ose. 1 be been to see the girls lots times. That aint what i mean said the sail . Jut what about going to see the gals can Vou give me an account and your adventures Well replied Jim i never make a Lan. But 1 had a Little Larkin scrape ast Spring and As we live away Oil to Boston Aud Don t get such chances if you 11 agree to keep mum 1 11 Tell you All about i will keep perfectly dark said the a who was beginning to interested go with your Story. It does make me Teel Kinder ugly when i think to i la be hanged if it dont but it s All Over now. You see Suke Baker and i used to take a great Shine to one another. Suke was one your right Down smart Well looking and Good be having girls. Bhe appreciated my and 1 appreciated and we never should had no trouble if it had t been for the old Man. He was a darned old Snake in the grass and made us More trouble than All the rest tie family. Suke and i never Joyed ourselves Lor. He was always sneak round and pro n out hints and making hims cil As hateful As he was homely. I got sick t and so did Suke. I suppose the old scamp did t like me and did a want me there i Don t know what else to make it for e told me More than Twenty time3 to leave and not come again. Suke s room was in the end the House and i told her one time to leave her win Dow up and i d come in and we d have a bit a visit. I knew she would t Hesi Tate to do it for i am honest and very Sec Toul in my behaviour. Well alter the folks were in bed and the House was still i goes and gets a ladder and puts it up to the window i then pulled off my boots and crawled up. Suke met me at the window and a ticked couple Vou never saw than we was but just As 1 was try ing to clamber in the confounded ladder Slid and Down it went Thunder the lick. Making noise enough to Wake no the whole town. It hit one the lower win Dows and knocked it All to smash. I just made out to stay but i thought would been As Well it i has t been there Tor 1 could neither get in out. Did Saker heard the Racket and out he came in his Chirt. He sees me hanging there and i Sud dose the old when mis trusted something for he went and got a fish pol e and began to Welt my limbs in real Earnest. 1 Tell you Jill. 1 was m a very Hamlin situation. There 1 was. Spender by the hair and old Saker As mad As a hog just Wallein me with a Hickory fish pol e. What was to. Be did ? if Suke and 1 should let go 1 should tall perhaps break my neck. Ii we Hung old Baker would lick me to giblets. 1 was never so unpleasantly situated in my life i would Ein two Hillins for lightning a Duff to strike the old whelp dead. I Tell be Bill there was some there something else for 1 could see stars All kinds an colors just As thick As plasters. But thinks 1, 1 can t stand this by a jug Lull. So i took and let go. Suke Hung like a Beaver and saved most half my hair but Down 1 went. Old Baker wan t Spect ing me quite As Soonan i hit him the head and knocked him still l got up and went Home but 1 Felt gouty 1 Tell you. The Points put. In the legislature West Virginia last week a discussion was had upon the proposed amendment to the state Constitution a franchising rebels and . Jno Davis offered a substitute to the origin Al Bill and in speaking upon the question r v x ,1.11. 1 . 1. 1reierrea to me r i Leetun Viiu Eijiu ment As follows his arguments covering the following a joint the Federal Constitution could Only be amended within the scope the Powers delegated by the states to the Federal government and the control Sulla go having been one the rights reserved by the states it was not competent for three fourths the mates to strip the remain ing one fourth their control that question any other which they had reserved to themselves. The internal affairs the state were theirs to regulate from tha formation the government and not one state could be strip Ped its Powers without its own consent. Any other theory would allow three fourths the state to subvert the re pub lie and establish a despotism. He denied that this amendment had been proposed by two thirds Congress when the convention provided that two thirds both houses Congress might propose a constitutional amendment meant two thirds a Congress represent ing every state in the Union. Yet thi3 amendment was proposed by a Congress in which a number the states were de Nied representation. Upon the theory the republicans that the Southern states were not in the Union until Congress so declared the Amend ment was not ratified for a number states held by the republicans to be out the Union had been counted As ratify ing. If they were not in Lor purposes representation he would like to know if they could be in Lor purposes . Georgia Mississippi Virginia and Tex As had ratified under coercion. The for ced assent a state was no assent at All. After discussing these Points and concluding that the fifteenth amendment could not be held As adopted . Davis his considered the effect negro suffrage proposed to be brought about by . Flick s amendment. Instead elevating the negro it would degrade the Good government would be impaired no government can Prosper where thera a mingling races in its management. He would not insult his race by coup Ling the enfranchisement the White Man with the enfranchisement the negro. A the people demand the restoration ballot to the White Man but they were unalterably opposed to a franchising Blacks. The the Union league in Raleigh North Carolina is Clad in the Hab aliments mourning. Two its members have Jet been Hung for Erim committed. New York clerk. A Young Man by the name Ames was a clerk for a merchant in new York and was entrusted with Bills account to col Lect which he performed honestly so far As his employer could discover but . Smith that was the Acme the merchant was a very cautious Man and frequently Laid traps to catch his Clerke in defrauding him if any them were not proof against dishonesty. In this Way he ascertained which them could be trusted and when he found one them dishonest he would discharge him. Or. Smith kept a wholesale dry goods store doing an immense business and after he had accumulated a Large Fortune and began to think retiring from Busi Ness he said now i am going to give up business to such my clerks As i know to be honest. I shall test them one by one and i am going to see what Ames is an honest Young Man a Ras the next morning he called a Friend whose son was intimate with Young Ames and arranged a trap to test his honesty. A Large number accounts were Given in to collect that Day and Robert l . Smith s friends s son was to meet him As if by Accident and propose to him to spend some the Money collected for nuts oranges ice Cream a. Well Kobert managed to meet ame just As he had a Large Roll Bills in his pocket and lots fractional Currene. When the following conversation ensued Robert Good morning Ames been out collecting ? got lots Money i sup Ames Les i be Over a thousand Dol Lars and must hurry Back to the store As m afraid i May get robbed. One Don t know who May be dogging his Steps in such a City As new York to Rob him even in Daylight. " Robert Don t be in a hurry. Let s go into Taylor s and get ice Cream. I la foot the so into Taylor s they went and sat Down to a Beautiful Marble Tabic. N Ames said Robert you have a pocket full Money and i am rather Short just take a Dollar out that Roll greenbacks and pay the Bill. Nobody need know you can turn Oyer the Money to the cashier and if he discovers it Short one Dollar you can Bay can t account for it some mistake such errors often occur you know and no one thinks one is dishonest i Tell you Ames such chaps As you Don t get half paid for their services and it would not be wrong occasionally t take a few shillings when it can be done without detection. I know a Young fellow that pays All his Small Bills such As for juleps cigars and going out to the theatres a that Way and his employer never suspected him ".no, sir replied Ames i can t com ply with your request. A Dollar Short in my Cash might be considered a error and overlooked but there would come a settlement with conscience that could not be got Over easily. My father used to say to me Johnny when you grow up to be a Man remember that honesty is the Best policy he is dead and gone now but these words will never be forgotten. I know i m working for Low wages but i Reed to work for what i receive and i have no right to use my employer s Money that account. To Kobert 1 scorn and indignation. I am poor but thank god. I have never yet taken Money that did not belong to me and i Trust i never shall and if this is the Way you seek to turn Young men from the path rectitude i desire never to meet you again. Ames then arose and leaving Robert seated returned to the store. The next Day . Smith called the clerks into his private office and told them to be seated. They stared at each other in wonder one and All expecting to be Dis charged. Boys said he i am coins to retire from business. I have made my Fortune Here and now i propose to loan my entire Stock in Trade some $250,000 in amount and the Good will my customers to such you As i Feci that i can Trust. I have my opinion that score Ames Stanton and Danforth handing a Docu ment to Ames Here is a Bill Sale. You will take immediate Possession and the payments can be made at your convenience i have tested your Honor each you no matter now Anu l Nave no Aguot mat you All believe that honesty is the Best polic Ixora morning gentlemen taking up his hat i wish Oxx Prosperity in the firm Ames Stanton & Danforth is one the wealthiest new i Ames is married live3 fifth Avenue and is Worth hair a million and All the result Ris refusal to embezzle a Dollar Star spangled Banner. From the Ohio statesman March 9. Weekly legislative summary. In Senate tuesday among the Bills introduced was one by . Leeds to raise a Revenue protect sheep and confiscate dogs. 11. J. R. 65 relative to converting the White bal pour a pings property into Home for orphans was read and adopted in Senate yeas 19, nays 4 messes. Gatch Attr r.1. 1 in l i Aicra inner Revior Ana w aae voting in the negative. This Resolution requires the joint select committee appointed the subject the soldiers orphans Home at Xenia to investigate the propriety transferring the girls from the Reform school for girls the Reform school for boys such other disposition said girls As the committee May deem Best and the conversion for the use and Benefit an orphans Home the w Hue bulgur Springs property owned by the state and occupied As a Reform school for girls where there Are suitable and ample accommodations for at least 700 orphans and where there Are Only about Heiteen girls in the Reform school. In the House the Bill providing that islands in the great Miami River May sold to persons who have improved them at $7iii50 per acre instead $2 50, As Iaea do a former Law was passed. Or. Parr Licking introduced a pre Amble and Resolution which were adopted yeas nays z As ii Iowa whereas there is a Manifest desire for this general Assembly to do something in the Way a soldiers orphans Home and there is abundance room at White Sulphur Springs hcs olved. To instruct the joint commit tee to which was referred the subject re lating to the Xenia soldiers orphans Home to inquire into the propriety him .1. 1 to. v Urie oui our Springs for such Home. The Bill . Peckinpaugh to Amend it Section 50 an act for the assessment and taxation property in this state and levying taxes thereon according to its True value in Money passed april 18-t j volume. Statutes 175, Swan and Fjeld Page awas read the third time. 1 his Bill provides Lor the compensation land appraisers $3 00 per Day and county us Aida equalization i w Dav in Senate wednesday . Jamison introduced a Bill to Amend the Law regu lating the Mode administering assign ments in Trust for the Benefit creditors so that creditors whose claims Are rejected Are required to bring suit within thirty Days. Or. Jamison also introduced a cutting Down the salary the Railroad commissioner to $3000 per annul instead 5jhlrxnow allowed by Law . Hibbs introduced a Bill to Amend Section seven the act authorizing coun Tyas commissioners to Purchase land for use to Hurt houses j ails and county in firm Aries and to erect buildings thereon etc., so As to enable county commission ers for in advertising for bids for Tho constructions Bridges after describing length and Width thereof length spans. And what is required As to strength and durability to leave open to the. R l 1 1. 1. I i Usu i Usu Luis him pious Usu the tons for the bunding the same Eroi Wood Iron us our Patent the House the Bill to reduce the fees finn to tit with in tamil fun whim la " j " we but it. Lant rth to passed excepting from its provisions i the old oni cers and the clerk elected fall in Senate wednesday the Bill Lur. Cd Smeu to prevent Iraq Orient practices therein named to punish the evasion tolls turnpikes Plank roads and toll was read the third time and passed As was also House Bill providing that any two More religious societies churches associations incorporated under the Laws this state May be consolidated United As a single corporation. In House . Hitchcock introduced the appropriation Bill for the year 1870, and the first Quarter 1871. This shows that Tho finance committee contemplate an extra session. The joint Resolution directing the auditor state to assess the property the state a specie instead a Greenback basis was passed yeas 61, nays 22. On Friday after the presentation a few petitions the Senate adjourned until tuesday. In mouse after the presentation petitions there Beine scarce a our rom res ent an adjournment was had when Day this being the third week Resolution the. Two houses adjourn. From Friday until tuesday. Congressional. Congress. The admission Georgia debate in the House representatives Butler and tyranny. Washington March 5, 1870 House. The consideration the Georgia Bill was continued and . Farnsworth. Resumed his argument against the Bill re ported by general Butler. He contradicted the statement made yesterday by . Butler that Only two members from geor a fld Lien no Mittal to Tho ten no Lief Congress and those through mistake the fact being six members out seven were admitted. In criticism the theory that the government Georgia was Only provisional he called attention to the tact that gov. Bullock Georgia had not been signing himself provisional Gover nor Georgia but governor geor Gia that his messages to the legislature were not addressed to the provisional legislature Georgia but to the legis lature georgia1 and that the test oath which All officers the existing state governments were required to take had not been taken by the officers the existing state government. Besides he also wanted to know whether a provisional govern ment could rarity an amendment to the Constitution the United states. What became the ratification the fourteenth amendment by the legislature Georgia ii the theory was Correct that the Legisla Ture was Only provisional illegal . Lawrence replied a provision Al legislature is just As lawful and regular and has the same Power within the scope its authority As and other legislature. Or. Job Akins Worth remarked according to this Bill the Georgia legislature was not Only to provisional but was illegal and the logic the Bill As Well As the speech . Butler yesterday was that everything done by that legislature including the election United states senators was illegal therefore its ratification the fourteenth amendment was also Lesal. Why not declare that Bullock shall be governor Georgia for six years for life Why it was monstrous and More monstrous still in the face and eyes the fact that the same governor was charged by the state treasurer with steal in ? and Addron Ratino the Money the state. The Only excuse for the Bill was that if not passed the Republican party would lose the next election in Georgia. They were afraid they would also lose the next election in the state new Lork. Or. Stevenson Ohio How to d Vou save it ? . A Arins w k. Ill ironically by by. Of course pass a Law installing Republican officers there and providing their tenure office shall be fore life. There is an easier Way maintaining our Ascendancy in the nation than by holding elections. That Way is by act Congress. That is the was to do it. The gentleman from Massachusetts Butler had yesterday raised the cry murder in the House. I whenever he wanted to pass one his reconstruction Bills he got up in the House and cried murder murder and by a Hue and cry that sort got his Bill passed. Whenever one those Bills was passed the Washington chronicle published an account some great outrages and immediately the reconstruction committee was called together and a Bill reported to the House. He remembered that last year a gentleman a very Clever fellow and Man whose politics were always those the reigning dynasty who had sold arms to the people Georgia in the Winter Sou and Loi with which to snoot Down Union soldiers went to Georgia and with the assistance governor Bullock manipulated the legislature and got a commit tee appointed to examine his claim for pay ment those arms. The committee was a manipulated so As to make a favourable report the legi8iature refused to adopt it Pav the claim thereupon the Manf came to Washington full sorrow his heart wrung to its Depths with tears in his eyes Over the troubles and persecutions the negroes and Loyal men Georgia. That Man was in favor the reconstruction Georgia at once. What was his to Touchstone it was he could get his $25, 000 interest for arms he had sold in the state Georgia. He fam Worth Felt that the passage the Bill and prolonging the terms Ollice men who now control the state authorizing governor Bui lock to commence de novo putting the Power the state in his hands would be the most infernal outrage the taxpayers the state. He believed the Bill was the interest the people who desired perpetuate their reign so they might put be Money in their Puree. Or. Beck Kentucky said dangerous As was the avowal the gentleman irom Massachusetts that he intended by this Bill to give a new lease Power to the governor the legislature and t4e present own Umici ecu Ajjia . Vuki maidu in Lull duo Velvl s1vhm i i. R. T i t j i Jose Wuinn i know uie in acini Ica Uera the Republican party Are rapidly approach ing. That avowal the gentleman was in substance that he wanted to pass this Bill As a precedent to show to the people this country that Congress has the right to exercise the same Power Over any state a no matter where that in its opinion does not properly protect life Liberty and property within its Borders. That con Gress claimed the right to seize that state for by the Throat and compel it to do what Congress chooses to say it should do. Too pointed to the state Tennessee and that if his friends would stand him he would seize her As he now and to Fairria. I knew that tha morn i Radical men the Republican party were per i a Apiary approaching that Point out mis the nest time that Nave Ever Nara purpose deliberately avowed upon this floor it required a bold Man like gentleman from Masa Busette to avow now and it is Well that it has been avowed. It is Well for the country now to understand it. It is not particularly because the Republican party want to retain Power in the state Georgia that this Bill to be passed but because they want a Prece Nunt established which will author ize Congress to seize any state that does any thing that Congress May think the wrong in the treatment the citizens that state within her own boarders in either to the persons Liberty prop erty her citizens it is said in Washington that the wives and daughters Republican senators i in a Alan dark about mrs. Revels wife i. R. Fri the coloured senator. I course ii never do to Cut her acquaintance i grounds caste. is reported i that she has an unpleasant Way saying and and i Colly me i to i 1 1 1. W ski no i v " nor leu i wails wu&1uk " i Ive merits pics Ana things All i drawing room occasions and has a Strong last inclination to red Bandana and colossal brass ear ring. Only Twenty Miles away Gallant Phil. Sheridan Camo from i i tavern nto tinn i t. I i brate Washington s birthday the ans followed him to within Twenty Miles Omaha where Thev have been a Tanyla Ting. They followed the fearless Phil along distance attracted by the smell office water i a letter from that Region save the soldiers kill a few indians and ruin numbers squaws the object tha government being to give our troops something to do the Borders civilization for All time Exchange. In the agitation about Eade shins. It has never once occurred to Hosn who have taken an interest in the subject that Mere now bus in Congress in the seat Jefferson Davis a dusk senator who enjoys the privilege nominating to West poin t a candidate for the educational privileges that National military school. Lizell thatt Otisie j Vav we Touth Bia own rare Ana Harln yet senator a evils we learn has made that selection and the Young White Mili tary tyros the Banks the Hudson May soon have the novel pleasure Wel coming to their classic haunts some youth i descendant a Long and illustrious line african princes to contend with crisis. The Warren chronicle is informed a Case unmitigated cruelty. On thursday last i teamster named right was engaged in hauling a Load Coal Weie Hiner thirty eight Hundred pounds from Mineral Ridge to Howland Corners. A the efforts the team to haul the heavy Load up the Hill East the Corners which at the time was covered with ice. The Little remaining strength the poor animals failed them. And one which seemed to be More figued than the other was beaten upon i the Nead by the infuriated teamster with a heavy whip until it fell to the ground Anc expired under the continued pounding i i Luce a River. The coloured Brothers Salem ill in. Tine their religious meetings. We received. A Short communication from Salem in relation to one their meetings too late for publication. Our i Dent says that they have Many hymns Lere is a specimen i would rather Pray my life away a Little More Fuith in Jesus than Lay in hell one half a Day a Little More Faith in Jesus chorus. Tis All i want. Tis All i want tis All i want a Little More Faith in and then repeat till Thev pet tired. Ohio Patriot. The agricultural College land errant seems to Puzzle our legislators. They compare it to an elephant drawn in a raffle and wish they had it fairly off their hands. To establish an Independent and exclusive College agriculture every Vinrov fat Fla in tia rms. Of tha Mia Alan i such an institution would be a failure As every attempt the kind has been. To consolidate it with the common school fund is a violation the terms the congressional Grant there is talk dividing it Between the two universities under the patronage the human. Let each one strive with All his might to be a decent Man and love his brother As himself upon the Golden plan and if his neighbor Chance to be a pretty female woman. Why love her All the More you see that s Only acting human. My dear if you go at this extravagant rate said a penurious husband to his wife i shall go out my wits.". Well my dear responded the affectionate wife there la be one Comfort in it any How and that 13, that if you do go out your wits you 11 not have to go so tar but what you u be within easy who Don t Vou Wear your ring. My dear said a father in a Ball Roo to his daughter. Because papa it hurts me j when any one squeezes my what i business have you to have your hand i squeezed f certainly none but still. I you know papa one would like to keep it j in squeezable the Ohio Patriot says two coloured fellow citizens Wellsville had a fight last week. One nearly Cut an ear off the other and to save prosecution paid $30, Ana the doctors Dill for sewing the ear. Peaceably. Orderly quiet Are the Noble africans. The death is announced sir Hugh Bates Maxwell baronet a member a Knightly family and one the most ancient in Scotland one Herbert de a Baccus vill e having assumed the name Max Well in the time Malcolm in. The tie ceased was the ninth Baroner and a born in 1797. Of the negro state convention held Frankfort Kentucky a few Days ago. Passed a series resolutions and among them one loosing with distrust upon chinese immigration. The darkies Evi Dently Don t believe m the Equality the races. In Vermont recently a Little girl foil in to the water was carried Down under the ice for about five rods went Over a seven foot dam and passed through an under ground race a y for a distance fifteen in rods to another dam and was then its to cued alive and is doing Well. Or. Cowen one the most industrious members the British House , Akiva shut Thyl a Iorito his ,e8 regard parliament As a genteel i club Hoube and drop in Only in a Leisure manner late at night alter returning i irom dinner parties Ana social Enie Riaia my Hon. Hakim. P. Leadbetter Millersburg Ohio died at his residence there the 26th ult., aged 76. He was a worthy Man was a lawyer by profession had served in Congress two terms and was a member the constitutional convention Ohio in 1861. The eccentric lord Holland the by reign William iii., used to give his a week la concert in a covered Gal i Lerv Eide Cialli erected for that purpose. He maintained that it cheered their heart is i Anu Mpr Vucu vows l witness says my a Wiebi m it filly delighted therewith. The it school boys in Nevada dig holes about their play ground fifteen feet deep by Way practice in the profession their fathers. The other Day two them struck a ledge Gold Bearin g Quartz and a immediately a thousand meet claim Sis were located right through the shool hous e. Is the rights women who demand those women Are but few the greater part had rather Stan exactly As they do. Beauty has claims for which she fights at ease with win nine arms the women who want woman Righte want meekly woman s Canna Are be Loeb. The murderer col. Crane. Of i has been handed Over to the civil author.,v r e x. Liu i ties in Ninas county Yuhai Sippi Tor Truu. On Eithe military Rule in that state having Ner i ended with the admission i Oen for Evev Els to his beat in Congress. As i Tria i Ion i a Emu in .,u5. I fishing Rod her ey8 Are Ine Book Ner i smut us c6marriage to matter in w men. Be is Luxa

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