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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - March 30, 1870, Canton, OhioJet volume 36. Canton Stark county Ohio March 30, 1870. Number 42. Business directory c. J. Geiger drug to East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. Absalom Kitt my recant tailor and dealer in Clotha Caa Aneres be Supe. Ready mad clothing a opera Block Canton Ohio. Stark county Democrat a. Mcgregor a son publishers and Plain and j Ancy Job Pru Iiara i unix Block. Canton Ohio. Hiram Thurston Bok bind r and Blank boo manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind a Yin tartar a cloak up Atawa. Canton Ohio j. B. Mccrea furniture dealer and i undertaker East Tusca Rawa a Street. Canton Ohio. Nov tif Prince a Haas and All Kinda of coffins on hand. Two Hearse always in Readi nan a fast Tua Caraway Street. Canton Ohio. Edwin Smith photo Frahar particular attention it Wen to copy in k and Nolau Gin picture. Oval Rainea and album oni amly on hand. Korma in Mattawa a Block Mouth Market Eret Canton Ohio. Junel3 66tf j. Ii. Siddall Iea Tiet Tobee in a tartar a Bank Block. Canton up Taira All oper Aliona in mechanical ii elitist by performed in the latest and most approved manner. A would Call epee Ciao attention to Hia old filling in which in the Worda of the late a. Ward he la excelled by few and equalled by a. J. Douds burgeon dentist titties up Taira in residence in Market Street Watt aide three Doure South of Public Square Cauton Ohio. All oper Attora connected a Ith the Prol Satou promptly attended to. Decl " Geo. D. Halter & Ero. Hanker East Tua Caraway Street. Canton Ohio receive deposits loan Money buy old Sil ver Bonds and Jom Pound interest notes. Exchange bought and sold. J. A. Comer Ford attorney at Law Trump s Bull. Linn. Canton Ohio up and German spoken. A pts . Meyer. Attorneys at Law. Canton Ohio. Office in Huwa Tiller s new building near Public Pilars nor Tuyl James harsh attorney at Law maa Aillon Ohio. Office in of ii ii i in a iii j l Ini. Altrui iian i Rivito All Bua Mesa entrusted to Hia care. Jet to Tref c. L. Vallandigham counsellor at Law i a ton Ohio. Witt inn to. In to Jereral 8taia and ked Onu court. Ortice a x7 third Atit aral Murway Kat of the Ohio los Urania comp Tui. Nutria 7iyl to. W. Arr. Ago. S. Bai Bis. Raff a Baldwin attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office in the Eagle Block up Taira. Jano 7wf x. T. Us uts. Rao Airana. Bierce a Thompson ago a at Law Akron Ohio. J n27 i we. Mckinley. Attorney As Law office in Eagle Block Oyer a to local Bank Canton Ohio. June 4b 7m.g. Mcgregor attorney at Law and Genera collection . J a per county Miae Ouri. Oct Ltd Harvey la ugh Lin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio to of it Lynch attorney at Law office a opera House Block Canton Ohio. J. W. Mccord. Attorney a Law and general collection agent Allia Uca Ohio Bun Inena entrust cd to lib Cara ill receive prompt attention. Of Joseph Crevoisie or notary Public office Northeast Corner of Public Square Canton Ohio he will attend Tod radius Uceda Niort Taifita Power of attorney a. In addition to the Eli Ullh he Alao pc aka the German and French uni Puakea a will Aleo procure a Zeporta for Pera Oua we his to go to Europe. 31- 1 7. G. Williard " Connery Surveyor office in the county recorder s office in the Wikidal a Midian. Where he can be found when in the City if not any business wanted ran be left with Jacob Kapl Luker Fca. County recorder who will give due notice Tome. The Law authorises the county Surveyor to take of any instrument of writ ing he will therefore write and acknowledge agreements mortgages. Ored a at fair prices and upon the shortest notice. Canton january 14, labs. " Otto Winter alter practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in watches clocks jewelry Ami silverware re pairing neatly done on Short notice no t Rygle Block. Canton Ohio. Feta Otiis Deuble & brother ii Alera in watches clocks jewelry silverware an East Side of Runnio Boware can Tun Ohio. Ate peeing done on Short nonce. J. A. Meyer dealer in american and foreign watches and Kancy goods Northwest Corner at Public Hoare Canton Ohio. Repairing neatly expeditiously and satisfactorily done. T. Ii. Phillips. A. Vailan and burs to office and residence on West Tuscarawas Street next Deor the lutheran Church. All curable acute and Uhro Nio treated. Prompt attention to professional j. Bartett. A. Physician and Forgeon Foll be Corner East Quaca raw a and Walnut at reels w inter alter a Tor a r. Canton Ohio. Ina i Evtif we Thompson dealer in heal estate. Dwelling houses aia. Rent or exec anime for City or farming property. Eci Dinu lots piety. A Price and location for Sale cheap. Awer Lihr Aav Menta received and four years time i us in Hana a Block. East Tuatara Wisott of ? 1 h. Ebl Dex a. Bead Setala aaa Coll Etlea Agency Corner fifth id Leaai. Canton. Ohio. Karma and town i Roper Rasht. Hold and rented. Title Klajn last 1 Exea paid estate settled Lieueda mortal a leases. A written Money borrowed and loaned on real estate. Coal Aud a liar Kinda of at literal property wanted to Larsea or Purchase. Jaal Loyl " Exchange hotel. By a Ftp Ohauer. At old depot Guehla property cared for and Bilia moderate. May it to. Jackson hotel Ilea a Ohser. Proprietor North Market Anreei. Alliance House by Dianiel sour Heok at the station in Ohio. Meals always in readiness on arrival i st. Cloud hotel c d Ely proprietor Public. Square can to Ohio. Julyth 11 Falke dealer in millinery and fancy goods no s opera. House Block Canton tia juju l. A. Clew Ell teacher of piano. Organ and singing . Lived at Kirk s Oluic blare mow4-3m o livery. Uni Oil livery Crevoisie lot 5th st.,. Canton Ohio Earnst Middau Gli proprietors str bars the nest sins in the City All Bey t inn new and Good nor xes. Conveyance let on reasonable terms with or without Driver. Aarau a. ,. . Sioux re cider notary Public and insurance Agen Canton Ohio. Office. At Trio a county 1 re surer a office i re Swine a Midi. . Era of attorney Taska font Rasta for a aarae to from Europe at the lowest rates a. He is Ironi of the German Rire in Muir. Of , and Oiher Rass Ossil firs sad a Madrasa. Air tue cocky & Cauchy s new York Agency. For family use i mar rip . At skits Wandelt. Cir Cular and Sample stocking fake. Mamou Liui West 4th st Cincinnati Ohio. The new article of food. For Twenty five e cent you can buy of your druggist or a package 01 a Inross l Arine Man Uia Ciurca Iroku pure Irish Iti Oss or Carragee iii cd win Niaud of Blanc it Iange and a like Quantity of puddings custards Charlotte russe a Sec. It is by far the cheapest most delicious and Healthiest food in the world. Red sea Moss Farine co., is Park place x. Y. The american family knitting machine to presented to the Public a the Roost simple. X. Imi Ramc Ana compact and cheap Gnu Piug machine Ever invented. Price 01l,v 825. Thin Muhin will run either to Reward or for Ward with equal facility make them stitch a by hand but far a prior in Mercry respect. Will knit 20,000 stitched a one minute. And do perfect Perety Kuot on the Lii Ide of the work. It will a pair of Stock Lut e any size in lean than half a hour. It will knit clone or open Plain or Kite d work with any kind of coarse or Hue Linen. It will knit a Ockinga with double Heel Ami toe. Drawer Hood Parka smoking papa comforts Turnea Mulla fringe afghan. Nubia under Valeete Maka Dir Capa lamp Wirka mat Cord under shirt a aha la jacket Cradle Blanket Lek Gina up endear wrist Era tidies Tippet tufted work which away Commanda a ready ale. A Peroo can readily knit from two Lve to fifteen Paira of at Nikitik per Day the profit on which will tie not Leaa than forty cent per pair. Farmers ran sell their Wool at Only forty to fifty rents per Pound hut by of Cellini the Wool made into yarn at a Small expense and knitting it into socks two or three dollars per Pound May be Reu fixed. Tin receipt of we will Forward a machine As ordered. Ii v Trina to procure Active a g texts m every the tits of the in Ftp Utate Ami Qia Aiu to Torkom the most a Bents Cut be offered. Addre american a sub Tom Mauw. Bonus mass., or st. Loci to. Plantation bitters. S. T.-18-c0-x. Tala wonderful Tes table Tor tattle la the Ahee Tinchor of the Reble and Dell Natl. A a talc and cordial for the acred and Lane old. It Baa to equal Amease Anotai Arloss. A a remedy Tor the Terroan weak near to which women Are especially tab Jet la Hupe Ruedin t every other atom Plant. La a climate tropical temperate or Vic flu it Acta a a specific la every disorder which und Erml Nea the bodily Atren Irsh and break Down the Kalmal Nair Ltd. Vor Aale by All dry Srilata. Mar9.ii6 Iri Lorp i it Row made in 10 hours without Lillian drugs. Kor circular address l,8aor v a Irish works Cromwell Conn a at w As cured of deafness and Catarrh by a Sim i pie remedy and will Send the receipt ree. .m1w.m. Leurett mar9w4 Hoboken n. J. Will chanae any col the magic comb ored hair or Beard Toa permanent Black or Ion Ana one Van him in us sent by mail for t address mac1c l lib to. Maros m muss. Information dents Ket Rcd cd Rity Meu energetic Oung men and ladies can make tt5 to 81" per Mouth Dur ing the Spring and summer. A copy free. Send name and Rui Dresa to people s journal Cincinnati Ohio. special notices. Tiie cause of human misery. Jui gub Luhm in a sealed Kny Elope. Price 6 Eta. A lecture on the e nature treatment and Radical cure of seminal weak net or 8per Mator Nuta. Lei urea by Asclia Timet Inori unitary pm Simioni. . Sittou . And impediments to mar Rieur Ken Rajiv com sumption Kail Euite and kit Monuel and rvs incl incapacity a by Kobett m. It Vlf clip Ell. In Ati inor cd a urn , e. The d author in thu admirable lecture clearly prove from he own experience that the awful title Abu e May to effectually removed without Medicine and with out Dacia Eros surgical operation a Bougie in uru menus ring or Coria a Point in out a Modi of cur at once certain and a by which every sufferer no matter what Hie condition May be. Way care Limnell. Ii Eaury privately Ani Rau. Ealler. This lecture will prove a Immon to f Housa nu8 a n u t to u 8an uri.8nt under real. To any add Rena in a Plain on veloce on the receipt of Nix cent or two poet afre temp a. Al0 it. T Ulm Welt m Jurlan Wilde. Price it Yenta. Adil rems the i timing cart. Ii k 1. I c m Kir. 127 bowery new York. Poet offic Boxill Tumy to consumptive. Arrhe advertiser having been restored Loi health in a few week by a very rumple remedy after Havivi entered for be viral Yeara with a severe lung Arter Tiou and that dread i fear con sumption 1 to make known to Hia Fel Low Sun res the Means of cure. To All who desire h. He will feud a rope of the prescription used Fri of Henrice. With the Alrec Tio n for preparing and times the same which they will find a sure cure for consumption asthma. Bronchitis Cornith cold and Sll throated lung Allyc Tiomi. 1 he Only Ojei t of the advertiser in sending the proc riot Ion is to Bene tit the , and spread in format Ion which he con 1 Teives to be Valu me and he Hope every sufferer will try his Rennedy a it a i a tit them nothing and May prove a blending. Parties wishing Lii pre eruption will please and Dreas a. Edward a. Luson. W Williamsburg. Kings county new Lork. Malt Fly Lhing t a . Agents wanted. Ft5 to or Mottl h. Mate and female to sell the celebrated and ordinal common sense family hewing machine. Improved and perfected it will hem Feil Etkin tuck bind braid and embroider in it most Superior manner. Price Only tvs. For simplicity and durability it has no not buy drum tani4is Senna Macninch a Worthe same name As ours unites a certifies to of attn by turned by u As they Are worthless Ca 4 Iron machines. For circulars and terms apply or address h. C Kaw Forl co. 413 Chestnut so. Philadelphia a. Errors of Yout i. In gentleman who offered for years from the effect of Youthful , will for termite of Eua Erin Oumou iii Teaa Iroe 10 sit no deed it the receipt end direct Oua for Mankik the simple remedy by we Tushe wee cured Butler re wishing to profit by the Culvert her exp Nance Ca do o by Bidre sing in perfect cont tace. no. 42 Cedr Street. Now York. Words of Wisdom for Young Man. The ruling passing in Souik and Harry Man Hood on with for the erring and in Ftp Tunste. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free of Charee. Address Howard Sackx Laulom Irsos p., Philadelphia a. But True. Young lady strange in tha United Slaton can hear some thing very my w Hibib i ii into mail without charge by addressing the under signed. Those having fears of being Hnin bugged May oblige by not noticing this card. All other. Rill Olease Addris their one Alieni k. Chapman s31 Broadway maw York. Brass found it. Woisard & siiri yer. T a la brass i Oun aers Feather Street Canton Ohio. And also cast lags of every description made Rasm address O. Box tel. A Kaarl to Yott want fist class groceries cheaper Titan t1te cheapest go to the original Pittsburgh grocery 7 doors East of american hotel. Canton Ohio. 8vgar3. Cloice Bright n. O 15 prime n. 14 extra c Cortee. Is hards Coffey s. Choice Rio 27 prime z3 a Hucles roasted. 27 strictly Lii re Trousil to tea.-i-. Extra you nit Hyson. 1 9n Imperial 1 i " tin 1 order. 1 a Japan. 1 4o Black 1 40 old Hwd. 1 50 mixed. 1 60 us Chotiner. 1 40 Skrl Sam my Lams pm. Perfection 1 rip r Scullon $1 111 told cd 1 ill n. O. Moll sea " 1 spices. Grain Pepper in find 4s " Alisa l cinnamon hark. 1 Oil arb icle s strictly i a Refl tvs am Mats. Messina oranges per do 25 to 45lemon " "20 to 40 prune. Per m layer Tais it new r in 23valencia " 22geedlcs " " 25 currants " " 18 Fias 25 peaches halves ". 16 " quarts " " 13 " pared ". Is apples " 12 lined Green peas per quart. 10 " split. 10 cultivated Cradle rays quart 15 turkish prunes 15 Choice old Apple butter per rat. 1 40 new 1 25 nits. Cocoa nut each 15 to. Paper Shell Almond per la hard killer a per it -. Cream nuts per it. Per quart. Koa tet peanuts per Quartz. w ainu spi r in 23 tickets and tubs. No. 1 Oak grained tub 1 m 2 1 10 3 " " is bucket s hop. To 2 25 White and red Cedar Backet 1 25 soaps. Rosin All full weight. Chemical r re Siv e Babbits iii an Pearl Dobins Best country soap 1 10 to 12 imported Castile. 35 sundries. Cream cheese per x 24 nan v Beans per quart. 10 fresh exits. 25krh Roll butter 30oysters i Ante. 50 medium. 45 brewing. 40 is Rhea Oil " 40 Winter bleached sperm Oil per Gal. 1 40 White wine vinegar 0 pure cider " " " to Pickle in wine vinegar per Doi 20 new sugar cured hams 21 Green peas dried per quart. 14 Pearl starch per la. 12 Corn " " " is Silver gloss " ,. 15 split peas per Euart 12 Bod a snark Era per la 10 Oyster ". To 1leman urdu Klint homing. 4 la fur. 25 Atmore s mince meat per. 20dried cherries imported per la 25 " or. Canned Gowda Souers pickles jellies to Fri t Iona rims. And Sll other goods usually kept in a first clan family grocery terms strictly cask. Give Lite a trial. Louis it Mont has purchased the interest of Joseph diva Moulin Geo Coey Keo a. Winter altar. West Side of Public v j Square and will continue to keep the i arrest and most Complete assortment of provisions and t. B. Found in the City of Canton. Goods delivered. Tes give e me a Call net Jiff Louis Dumont. Eureka. A card to the Public 71 k. Ii. J. Bacon rakes this method of announcing to his former x. Friends and patrons and the Public generally. To kit Mvi intr entirely refitted his former Nidaee of business North we st Corner of Tuscarawas and Walnut streets he is now prepared to Turnesa at the lowest Cash prices groceries of every description coffees sugars. Fruits brooms teas spices a Rupa torus free so. Nutter Ana country produce always on hand. Together with flour , a . Norz4tf h. J. Bacon. I bed Bottoms. sleep sleep of you would sleep comfortably buy Blake i Patent steel Suira Spring bed Bottom Fai tured by Seabee a co., Canton. Olliee in the cite Book store manufactory Corner of w Alnut and seventh streets one Block South of Uiol a Hilpl we Oldfield a our agent for the Central and Western Dart of this county and will solicit your orders. Mcable a co. And Tate Jedi Gerr watchmaker an and jeweler the Public of this City and Stark co.,informs just newly opened consisting of watches clocks and jewelry to anal Rani of Watche. And clock. Of soft to desc Ripon special a Steunou i we Thuu. Opposite America hotel East Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. Nora by r teachers examinations. I v of add cants for teacher a will be held on saturday. March i tits and on the Lart saturday of each month til otherwise Ora Erea. A special us Uraih in i -. His st Massillon. On saturday. April 16th. Applicants her Ealler will of Requie a to report exam Nanou urim " to he order of examiner. Daji Lel wok lev . Nuu Law wednesday " " Maec h 30. A. A Cgregor editor. Negro Rule. To exemplify the Benefit of negro Rule we take the following Horn an Exchange Columbia county. Florida has four negro voters to every White and one result of thus putting the property holders at the mercy of pauper masters is seen in the fourteen solid columns of advertised sales of real estate to pay the taxes which appear in a Florida paper before us. Feu Wanee county. Same state has a negro majority of 100 out of a voting total of 400, and Here there Are eleven and a half columns of advertised tax sales in Toi Umbria county there is an advertised Sale Lor every single Aniie Voier in me county and in Suwanee the number of sales exceeds the voters by 39 showing that women and minors Are also to be brought to the Block. Taking up the first of the Twenty five e columns before us it appears that there Are exposed to Sale in it 2,432 acres at which rate Over 58,000 acres of land Are now up for Sale in two bottle coun ties in Florida in order to pay the enor to taxes levied by the vile robbers who. Under the name of Loyal government afflict the state. In Congress on the 17th inst. Judge Van Trump of this state presented the following Perti rent Resolution on United states Bonds or. Vax Trump. I ask unanimous consent to submit the following Resolution by toured that the Secretary of the Treasury be and he a hereby directed to furnish. This House. At his earliest convenience and in a condensed a j form a shall be consistent with a Lull statement of each class of expenditures an account of the disburse meets of the several appropriations Maue by Congress to pay the expenses of issuing and Sale of the Public Londa of the United states for commissions Cost of engraving most of paper Cost of printing and other expenses under the follow ing Acta of wit act of March i 1881, in the sum of. $10,000 act of july 17, i Impi in the sum of. 2u0.000 act of August 5, 1861, in the sum of. act of february 25, 1802. In the sum of 300,000 act of july 11, 18s2, in the sum of. 300,000 act of March 3, 18t3, in the sum of. Tou us act of March 3, 1864, in the Mill of. L a Leo act of june so 161. In the sum of. 400,000 act of March 3, pm in the sum of 10,000 act of jii1v2 l lg&8. In the sum of 2,000,000 act of March a i67, in the sum of. Us we act of jul v 2o, 1808, in the sum of. L,250,0i0 acted March 3, 169, in the sum of. 4iu,o0o or. Washburn of Massachusetts. I object. A Grant Deputy u. S. Marshal at Tole do recently arrested several business men there for omitting a cent stamp on bottles of perfumery. At this the Blade Radical Nasby Organ pitches in savagely. It seems this Pimp has been smelling All around and been troubling the business men there very much. Hubbard s North West thus helps the Blade. The Hertzler business. Commenting on the arrest of a respect Able physician in Toledo by the Federal of Imp Hertzler a correspondent of the Lade indignantly asks but there comes also the question is it really the wish of the people the desire of the government that its sternest penalties shall to administered for paltry unintentional offences which can Only be raked a up by the meanest and most despicable espionage formerly Only known to the worst despotism yes sir whatever May be the ice in. Of it of the people such imprecisely the Desir of the . up of paltry and unintentional offences by the meanest and Moat despicable espionage formerly Only known in wors despot isms is Grant and Congress mean when they plume themselves on Reid enforcement of the Kev Emie Laws Unis is the Only Way in which excise internal Revenue Laws can be enforced. They demand such penalties Aiad they Neefel such pimps As her Uleis and there a no other i Way to Mak Mem ene Cuve. I of win i never get rid of pimps and espionage until you get rid of f fax Eide Laws and you will never get Nao i excise la Sunui you repudiate the v a vim. Ito the tax payers there is no fun in funding the debt Donn Piatt in the Cin Conatti Commer of Cial Calls the u. S. Senate the fog Bank is it because revels is there ? d. P., Calls Henry Wilson u. S. Senator from mass. Old Heel taps that smells of leather. D. P., says the military pumps about Washington Are terribly alarmed at the army cutting Down that Grant institution pumps he must mean suckers. All Baye heard of the infamy of the a Gold ring but meaner still is the Indian ring at Washington. This ring Breeds in Dian wars swindles both government and indians of Money guaranteed them a. This ring is composed of senators and representatives and officers and government officials. The Cincinnati Gazette correspondent says this ring is about to be exposed. Dubino the late debate in the United states Senate on the nomination of or. Bradley As associate Justice of the supreme Tourt of the United states or. Warren a carpet a g senator from Ala Bama is reported to have assailed presi Dent Grant very pointedly for persistence forcing Northern judges upon tha Southern people. If this is not a Case of the pot calling the Kettle Black it is difficult to imagine How one could be found. Butler Radical of Tennessee though proven guilty of Selling Cadetships was not expelled. The vote in expulsion stood 103 yeas to 60 nays and 50 not voting or dodging. It requires two thir to expel and hence Butler keeps his seat. The Rea son Given for his non expulsion is the fear that if expelled Andrew Johnson would probably have been his successor. Senator Conklin reports against the admission of general Ames As u. S. Sen Ator. From Mississippi so or. Revels is alone from that state. It is claimed Ames was in the army and not a citizen of Mississippi. . March 22. A Bill passed the House giving the political party to the minority in any election precinct a representative Amoni the judges of elections. A Bill passed the Senate to mane the pen Alty for horse stealing from one to three years in the Penitentiary instead of from three to teen As now. A a us pro Viding for the consolidated University at Cincinnati. A iii was introduced in tue House to abolish the office of comptroller of the Treasury. Congress is debt traced by the failure to Ezriel the Scal Awag Butler of Tennessee whose winning Ana 10 have made votes against him. The fact i quite a number of the honorable members wars frightened by the developments As to in the Sale of Cadetships and intensely Aniio us to nut a Stop to investigation. It has our even been rumoured that the committee of if was Subbu in a Muumuu a May demanded investigation. Cin. Commercial Radical poetry. Dennis Mcflynn has been thinking about woman s rights and his excited imagination finds vent in poetry. Kead it. Hurrah for the time that is comin Whin ladies shall vote like the Miu och wont the pools be a Bloomin w a a tuners and crinoline twin. Election Day thin i am thin Xin will be the great Day of the year. Whin lassies an lads will be Drinkin together the candidates Beer. What s the line to Wrangle wid Biddy Al out who the Livin shall make ? an sure if twill Plaxe her i m re div to give in the Hod for her Sake. Fan be stayin All Day at the shanty o Una to Homes big Anaira a to iii the bail and Peta Tiea an the Diu the rips and lie taint. Thin Whin election approaches. An the lasses Are Marnin the Spraie wid big bands of munic an torches. An Biddy is Standin the trate i la be on the Side Wal k Hurrah in for me own Darlin Biddy Mcflynn. Wid a child in my arms and draw a cab wid another one in. An Whin she s Makin her Spac heft before the great min of the thin i will Lind her my Trachea an sit by her Side on the stand. An after she s done wid Heralin och thin How the people Wil l cheer. An on to me Pons of a Walkly an voting for Biddy my dear. An when nil the voting is Over. An Biddy s elected Shure thin i la live like a pig in the Clover wid honorable mrs. Mcflynn. The shanty i d quickly be Lavin an Viu via Wiegant a horse and Arshav for me driving an a Nayger to wait on the haste. Sua but three every word that i Aav. It s myself would Niver lie Takin the rights of the ladies away. If a Lassie thinking it proper should shoulder the mortar an Hrick. Bad Luck to the thai that to d shop her i d Black his two eyes puny Quick. The Way is for All to Kape Aisy. An give to the ladies their la trip up an vote like a Dazy. No matter what blackguard May any. An then should the office lie Sakin or twirling the pick or the Shade. An for us the Livin be Maklon who cares so the liven is Mode miscellaneous. The labor Questi on. True democracy the workmen of France and America general address. Fellow workers elected by the Federal chamber of the workingmen s association in Paris As the representative of French labor s interests in the United states i desire to place myself in immedi ate communication with the representatives of american workingmen s associations in order to be in my Mission by bringing the Kindred organizations in close and constant relations with a View to Unity in future of the interests of labor throughout the world. The emancipation of workingmen is not a problem purely local or National. In the contrary this problem interests every civilized nation the solution being necessarily subordinate to their theoret ical and practical contours. Inter boat federation of labor. To federate and notify the workingmen s societies of a Center like Paris or even of nation like France is certainly some thing. To marshal such a federation in line with those of England Belgium Ger Many and Switzerland is still More. But a mfr Orti Irviv to will tin Finati a until our Solidarity is Universal that is to when e corporation in every country shall be in fraternal can Munica Tion wit ii every corporation of every Otner country. In the struggle that is More and More asserting itself Between capitalists and workingmen the snorts of All the latter combined will not be too much against the former s concentrated strength. So Ion As the two terms of our social Equa Tjon Are not reversed so Long As labor does not command capital there can be possible neither social stability nor Polit ical Security. The danger in America. Here in America More than elsewhere the cause pregnant with immediate interest. Or our country presents the strange con Trast of a slave labor in a tree nation politically and theoretically free the work Ingrams socially and practically a serf the capitalist whose private Power and Public influence steadily increase. Sot Content with controlling the Market he controls politics and already waxes Strong enough to supersede our National polity by that of Nis own interests. So Long As salaries were sufficiently Nietin to prevent a Workingman Ironi perceiving the immense wrong perpetrated. .1 i r Ibl Nis expense do me capitalist in the rep Ariton of wealth All seemed Richt care less by habit the Workingman lives from hand to Mouth. While salary gives him living he easily forgives and forgets. His situation now is by no Means what it was. By High rates of salary the moral level of the population is sustained As Well As the Lull tide of immigration Wincn win Al ways flow toward the Promise of in duo aim i Ges no less than by immigration the material Prosperity of the country is oped. Our National and social equation. Therefore must be reduced to this. Sala Ary or share in the rep Antion of wealth. Is to immigration As Prosperity is to uie nation. The capitalist who interposes himself Between producer and consumer and who. Nothing himself takes advantage of every thing the general welfare requires that such a parasite should be made less mis Chievous by being deprived of his Power. A i a 1. U r. I Flor evil. I at be fumes i a nuclei a n Uwe workingmen endued by Law with Freedom of speech press and association reckon their number under the pressure Ofin Europe the problem is Enn Erent. Ine Workingman there is both politically and socially a slave there the oppressors have been logical and Belore they robbed the labourer they look care to Nana Cun him. Hence in America we have neither millions of Chasse pots nor thousands gen d armes to Slaughter people Lor the crime of claiming their own. The tendency to imperialism. What will become of our society if after grinding labor to powder and ruining , it Ahnell try to Lnu " " a. 4 both in social dependence ? will it not be obliged to imitate Europe and spend its Money for police and soldiers ? in or der to protect a pernicious aristocracy will not society be obliged to destroy free institutions the basis of National grandeur and Prosperity what then will be the sequel to needful Union will succeed civil War to truthful labor sterile contest for bread to wealth misery Unity division. Then once More the system will lift its fallen head. Is easy even now to discern the beginning of the end. What is our eight hour s movement what is our fight against the conspiracy Law what our strikes societies and meetings a Apt each and All. In an abnormal form break Forth the same aspirations the same suffering and grievances that have been so much struggled against in european society. A warning. Workingmen before it is too late must organize. The Best of revolutions Are those which Are accomplished gradually and silently. Let us create a society within society. What better example i needed than that Given to us by the i French workingmen ? there Are now representatives of France in the United states. One was appointed by Jouis Napoleon to represent idleness he resides in Washington. The other Bate been elec Ted by workingmen to represent labor. Me is in new porn. To i care Iori colleague at Washington ? no t. Mit. R Trout Tirl Tut n re we Are,. V. To comp Lishing our functions Side by Side ignoring each other till some Day when the future shall have swallowed up the past and my rival s services being no More re Quested or paid for he will close his shop putting the key in his pocket. By and by it will be the same with All such functionaries. Fellow workers we have on our Side the army and the purse that is to say we have the ballot which is Polit ical Power and we have productive Force which can be made wealth we Are More Over the great consumer. The Market belongs to us. W hat alone we need is credit in order to establish Exchange. Let us organize and through Solidarity we shall command capital without capitalists. It is for the great Republic which yesterday freed the Black slave to free the White one to Day by giving him Security for to Morrow. G. Cousert. 1 am ready to receive every communication relating to French labor at 10 University place. Decline in american Commerce. Message from the president our National Money subsidies urged to take Early action on the subject. Washington March 23, 1870. The following is the message of the president sent to Congress to Day in rela Tion to the decline of american Commerce to he Senate and House of representatives in the executive message of december i 18g9, to Congress the importance of taking Steps to revive our decreasing mer chant Marine was urged and a special message promised at a future Day during the present session recommending More plans to this re sult. Now that the committee of the House of representatives entrusted with the labor of ascertaining the cause of the decline of american Commerce has completed its work and submitted a report to me legislative Dranon of the government 1 deem this is a fitting time to execute the Promise. The very Able Calm and exhaustive report of the committee Points out the great wrongs which have produced the decline in our Commerce. It is a National humiliation that we Are now compelled to nay from 20 to $30,000,000 annually exclusive of passage Money to foreigners Tor doing what should be done by american armed and american Man Ned vessels. This is a direct Drain upon the resources of the country of just so much Money equal to casting it into the sea so far As the nation is concerned. A Nuu i vast us even increasing Interior resources of the United states extending As it does from one to the other of the great oceans of the world with an industrious intelligent and energetic Popula Tion must one Day possess its full share of me Iwuc oceans. J Luwther what is the Cost delay will Only in crease this Cost and enhance the difficulty of attaining the result. I therefore put in an Earnest plea for Early action in this matter in a Way to secure an increase of american Commerce. The advanced per Iod of the year and the fact that no con tract for ship building will probably be entered until this question is settled by Congress and the further fact that should there be much delay All Large vessels contracted for this year will fail of completion i before Winter sets in and will therefore be carried Over another year induces me to request your Early consideration of this subject. I regard it of such grave importance affecting every interest of the coun try to so great an extent that any method which will gain the end will secure a Rich National Blessing building ships and Navi gating them and utilizing the vast Capi ital at Home. This business employs thou Sands of workmen in their construction and Manning it creates a Home Market for the product of the shop it diminishes the balance of Trade against us precisely to the extent of the freights and passage Money paid to american vessels and gives us a superiority upon the seas of inestimable value in Case of foreign War. Our Navy at the commencement of the late War consisted of less than one Hund red vessels of about 150.000 tons and a Force of about 8,000 men. We Drew from the merchant Marine which had Cost the government nothing but which had been a source of National wealth 600 vessels. Exceeding 1,000,000 tons and about 70 000 men to Aid in the suppression of the rebellion Elliis statement demonstrates the value of the merchant Marine As a Means of National defense in time of War. The committee on the cause of the reduction of american tonnage after tracing the cause of its decline submit two Bills. Which if adopted they believe will re store to the nation its Marine Power. Pineir report snows with great minuteness the actual and comparative american ton nage at the time of its greatest Prosperity the actual and comparative decline since together with the causes and exhibits other statistics of material interest in reference to the subject. As a general Rule. If it can be adopted i believe that a direct Money subsidy is less liable to abuse than indirect Aid Given to the same enter prise. In this Case however my opinion is that subsidies while they May be Civ in to specific lines of steamers or other vessels Sonuia net de exclusively a Optea but in addition to subsidizing very Desira ble lines of Ocean traffic a general Assis Tance should be Given in an effective Way and therefore 1 commend to your Lavora ble consideration the two Bills proposed b the committee and referred t f Inthis m signed s. . 1870. C., March 23, the niggers of Salem intend to Cele brate in Honor of the adoption of the fifteenth amendment. At a meeting to take into consideration the Celebration and As to now me newly Niran Comsea people Are to vote Rev. Charles augus Tus White being present ventilated him self thusly we s now got our vote is de same White trash and we must be Kerful How we use us. We must vote wid de party what give us de vote de grate party what save de Union uese Topper eau Congress and in de legislator everywhere went agin our rights and de Rubin cans stood up like twin rudders. And we mus of he it 81 or you darkens run for office Yit. Copper Heads will be Puttin Dat in yer skulls distract our party. Not de Fust Black Man in de county ought to vote wid de democrats. Tey should go de whole hog., a i i i n Rui a Muiir i Ramarla Law Menvin Flat we trn de whole hog All in favor of de whole hog say i a Radical contemporary in Chicago thinks there would be something particularly Heaitly in a return to tue ancient Faith Aad the fundamental principles the democratic party on the subject government notes circulating As the democratic party had nothing to with the Issue of greenbacks in the hrs tit place and have never abandoned their ancient Faith concerning that kind currency. What they do contend for. How Ever is the equitable principle trat Finan Cial transactions begun with paper Money shall be completed through the same medium that the currency which the government borrowed shall be used to pay the debt. V whenever the mountainous Burden of the National debt is lifted from the shoulders of the people the by will rejoice to see the government Back to fundamental principles hard currency. Cin. Enquirer is the illustrious Charles Agustus a two greeted with a storm of i a when he two the negative. All wot Ain t in favor de whole hog say no. De whole hog s got it an we ii vote the up Dilican to cited. Several other speeches were made it was agreed to Nave a Celebration oration at some time designated after my announcement by the president of completion of the fifteenth amendment. Ohio Patriot. Correspondence Cincinnati commercial Washington letter. The Arlington March 16, 1870. Reconstruction. The senatorial confuses of useful knowl Edge Are pounding away at Geotgia. Sen Ator revels is to deliver to Day govern or Bullock s speech and the old routine of talk will go on Over and Over to a dreary length of apoplectic stupidity. Troops Are called for in Tennessee and there seems to be no end of tinkering Patching and threatening on the part of the majority in Congress. And when we sift it Down to a real definition reconstruction Means voting the Republican ticket. We have Given the negro the ballot. We have expended vast sums on his Edu cation and for his support and yet the legislation in Nis Denan Nas no limit. Itis the hopeless legislation of vengeance. Some fellow writes senator Sumner a Lett or full of lamentations and dire Ful forebodings and Massachusetts elongated As. Ony the animated personal pronoun i rises in his place has the letter read and Man moves an enactment looking to the annihilation of the disloyal element of the South. Well gentlemen it can t be annihilated in that Way. This disloyal party As you fall it is the growing ele ment in the South and cannot be sup pressed unless we Are willing to give up our theory of government and wipe out the state lines and substitute military dependencies in their Stead. Let us see where we Are. After passing the most Strin Crent enact ments after driving the disloyal element from All political Power we find that i yet exists. It makes up the majority in numbers and the vast preponderance of brain. It controls the press makes Public sentiment and holds the property. It is More dangerous to our government out of office than in. Oppressed insulted and abused it grows in deadly antagonism to ourbe8t interest and sooner or later will Cone up and take control to our injury. When the War ended had we like any other government situated As we were. Seized upon the leaders and Hung them confiscated property right and left and left our armies to occupy the lands they had conquered we would now be at peace. But recognizing our old theory of govern ment we Hung no one. Confiscated no lands withdrew our armies and so sought to restore the states As the fathers had de -. Signed. Under this state of fact Concilia Tion was our policy and after settling by Law the Issue that grew out of the War we should have treated our Southern Citi Zens As if no War had Ever existed. We have done neither one North other Nyrl now find the evil of irritating and Agra rating Ine element we Are forced to leaven Power whether we leave it in office or not. I know of nothing More childish or puerile than to hear Charles i Ritan Drake Reading Anonymous letters i Ticu due Uit their Oen Aloria ringers at a Power that has to a y More brain More Picun and Lar More statesmanship than these our impotent s. I have no question but that Sumner Drake & co. Are honest in this. But one in saying so is forced to compliment their morals at the expense of their intellect. But Back of these and urging them on Are certain other Law makers not so honest. As the matter stands neither the brain nor the material interests of the South Are represented in Congress. New i England and Pennsylvania represent that Region. The Scal Awag or carpet base or sits like a Monkey on a hand orca n. Watching with keenest eyes the whip of his master. The immense moneyed inter ests the accumulated and accumulating Ai capital of a new own and possess and occupy the South. Hence it is Well never to be done reconstructing. We have doled the South along As a Farmer does a stupid of with nubbin of Corn until the poor beast finds that it is the Yoke and not Iise Veea mat be was to get. The late Indian massacre. One of the Best illustrations of our Roe Cular moral condition is to be found in the Way we receive and treat the horrible butchery of men women and children in the late Piegan affair. To realize this let one suppose for a moment that instead of indians these sufferers were negroes. What a fearful howl we would hav sent. Up. While tue wires were trembling with the first accounts of the infamous deed senator Sumner was Reading letters from unknown people telling of the insults not outrages perpetrated on american citizens of airman k. I and he poured out a perfect diarrhoea of words in Windy Wrath Over these wrongs. Not a word comes from him or Wilson or Drake or from any hot eos Neler. In he half of the Indian on the contrary the deadliest enemy to the red Man is t Obe found m the Indian ring composed of such pious leaders As Narlan and i of Eroy. I have a Little inside history of a cer Tain Emigrant Aid society and the Chero Kee Neutral lands that 1 propose printing one of these Days in illustration of our in tense Zeal and pious proclivities 1 have been delayed by an Effort to get the names of the association. The Story would not be Complete with out them. So far i have been based. X never knew before such a modest set of gentlemen. Their Charita Alin a ,. Uie Diioria were scriptural inasmuch a they were secret. The Rie a t hand Man seems to have been eminently successful in keeping the Init uan d Lesiow in the dark. There is a question that when the news of the Piegan butchery reached there was a general expression Ofa arvo re the Tri Kinc r Itaev Bill transferring to Tateo to the War department is in evidence of this. But the feeling has since subsided. Especially since Gallant Little Phil. Shen Dan s congratulatory order has been published. It is now considered sentimental to Pir Irwy Linn a r w. Q a 11 .1 recollect that indians Are Savages and not omy aim out torture women and other words we Are to consider Retalia Tion and utter annihilation As the Only policy for a Christian people. It strikes me Back of the eyes that we Are winning for ourselves upon the Page of future history the character of the meanest and most cruel people since the Days of Moses. Carlyle said of us once in that we were thirty millions of bores with the Only boast that a could double our population every Twenty years. We have added something to that since in the Way b Csc option Mury cruel not a Century ago a French general to Algiers brought upon himself a Universal cry of horror and disgust for that he suffocated a tube of arabs in their caves. We regard such expressions As i r. W 1 1iimtuuuuj.ui Tiung Wier Cumi Muei Phil s commendation of the cold blooded murder of women and children Down when killed with the Small to x. The sick women were put it of their misery and the innocent children went direct to heaven while the blasted indians received blow that taught them we were As cruel of Savage and unforgiving As they dare be. Of w e can t All of us Swallow that. We try hard. But if a just god lives and reigns do a fearful punishment will overtake us. Even Forney s chronicle gags and sickens. I take Back All that i have said against of the two dailies. I Promise never to revile them or their editor again. The editorial headed shall murder be arrested was Noble protest and All the More effective coming from that source. Sheridan will never More ride Down to Fame in popular Lavor. Be appears to us As Yeath on the Pale horse tramping remorselessly upon the ghastly forms of sick women and children. Of course this is sentimental go very sickly at that. But suppose we try a Little consistency and cease howling Over me conduct of Captain tyres tie sailed on after cutting Down the Oneida. With ears deaf to the cries of distress and the booming minute guns. The Oneida up. Came in his Way As the indians came of on Way. The March of civilization can not be arrested by a handful of Savages. U. And the dogmatic. Somebody has written the new song called and Dedi Cates it with the highest respect to Ulysses i. The Mansfield murder. Robinson s examination before mayor Cummins Strong testimony of dentists held for trial Hugh gives himself up says he knows nothing sketches of Wiley and Robinson. At the preliminary examination before mayor Cummins of Anson l. Robinson for the murder of Mary l. Lunsford the Hall was crowded to its utmost capacity. Messes. Burns be Dickey Gass pc Carpen ter and Matson pc Dirlam appeared for the Welense messes. Cowan & Jenner for the state. Or. Decamp a dentist of 25 years practice testified to having made a Model of Robinson s Teeth. Originally when Robinson s Teeth were All perfect there was no peculiarity but since the loss of his Teeth there is a marked peculiarity not often found. In the cast of the lower jaw there is no marked peculiarity but in the upper jaw there is Viz the loss of the Cuspid or Eye Teeth on the left and also the bicuspid on the same Side on the right Side both bicuspid Are out. The peculiarity we would find in making a bite consists in the irregular Ity of the Teeth and the fact that there is a space Between the Cuspid and right lat eral. The right lateral is a Little longer than the Cuspid or Central incisor. In the natural state the Cusp or Cuspid is longer than the incisor but frequently in the mid dle left the Cuspid is worn off and presents a Square appearance. The Cusp and All the Teeth Are worn off. The right Centre is worn Shorter than the left. I was at the cemetery yesterday and saw mrs. Luns Ford s body and made application of the Model to bites on the Arm a number of applications to the different wounds and the bites where the impressions of the up per Teeth Are made. The most Manifest and perfect bite is just above the head of the ulna or the wrist. The Model fitted the prints of the Teeth at this Point on the Arm be neatly As near so As can be. In the first bite the Circle of the mo4el fits in that Circle made by the lower Teeth and in the second bite there is nothing definite except that the Circle in the Model and in the byte correspond in both the upper and lower jaw bite. This is where the general characteristics of the Mouth might apply in common with other Mouths. There is a third bite higher us on the Arm perhaps three inches below the Elbow where the Arm is quite Large and the Circle of the bite is larger than elsewhere. In this bite the lower Teeth have made quite marked impressions commencing with the first left lower bicuspid around to the second bicuspid on the right. The prints i of these Are quite distinctly marked All Arouna Ana tins Model of the lower Law seems to fit those impressions accurately Cross examined this examination was made on the 15th of March a. D. 1870, in the afternoon. The Corpse had lain in a i ter i understand since its interment did i nut to y to inane a Cuba of me Arm Maras i " would be simply impossible to take a cast of the impressions so Long alter they had been made. The indentations were not there because the parts would resume their natural position from the elasticity i muscle. Or. R. Taft a dentist of 19 years prac Tice took a cast of Robinson s Mouth yesterday Between nine and ten o clock cast shown of upper jaw As the Mouth originally was there would be no marked peculiarities. The loss of certain Teeth i has made peculiarities in the Mouth. The i cast however of another Mouth would i not fit his but there Are general aim Ilari i ties in Teeth in form of molars but no two Are alike any More than two faces. All differ much As the Trees of the Forest differ from each other just As no object of nature Are similar. At 4 M., March 16th, i proceeded to apply the cast to the lowest wound or pm pression and found that it corresponded surprisingly Well with the impression on the skin. The counsel for the defense her. Rested. Preferring in the existing state of the pub lie mum to waive Burtner exam Aaron for the present and ask a suspension of Public opinion in the Case of the accused. Mayor Lummus therefore rendered his judgement that from the evidence adduced his duty was to commit the prisoner to Tail to be tried by a higher court. A Dittimus was the restore made out and the prisoner was remanded. 1 he court of Lommon pleas is now in session audit is possible a specialjur7 May de called and the prisoner put on trial during the present term. The i prisoner was on the stand and bore Well i the scrutiny of the vast crowd. He looks i slightly Pale and a Shade of anxiety is on his countenance but he bears up remark ably Well under the circumstances. The Cincinnati commercial says members of the Moulder s association Here friends of a. L. Robinson formerly of this City who stands charged with the murder of mrs. Len lord at mans held were in search of Horh j. Wiley. Vester Day. Hearing of this and tired of seeing his name mentioned in the papers in connection with this affair Wiley walked up to the chief s office yesterday and stated that be was ready to be taken to Jua Sheld if any body wanted him there that he either wanted an immediate investigation or a suspension of the publications with regard to him in the newspapers. Wiley is a Young Man quite diminutive in size certainly not Over five feet in height and very slim of build. He is a boiler maker by Trade and lives Down at Riverside. He informs us that he became acquainted with mrs uns lord last summer while she was working As a seamstress at Riverside. He denies knowing Anthina in Onri what he has read in regard to her death and states that Bhe came into Possession of his Pic Vuic a lieu us Fetui ill Gui Pouv Sliu tier and another lady to have some photographs taken. Paris in 1848. A of Louis Phillipe defeat of the anarchists by Cavignac. In the revolution of 1748, la Vilette saw its workingmen gathering by Small but steadfast companies and waiting for the work to commence they marched Down grazing the Walls of the streets which Lead from it and the canal de l orca some of these workmen better clothed than the others in cloth vests or in touts skirts marched before i a inf Low Lonest and giving incl these were the of i Chiefa of the 8ections of the rights of Man or of the families a sort of democratic freemasonry instituted after 1830, by some Active republicans. Crowds of students and labourers thronged the streets on the evening of the 25d of february and going to the offices different newspapers were Harr Aneed by the editors. They were fired upon by the soldiers and thus the Host blood in the a revolution of is was shed. The people laced the dead in to umbels their arms ranging outside the carts their wounds uncovered and their blood pouring Over the w Nee is Ana a ragged them by torchlight to the office of the National a Tro Phy of approaching vengeance brought the Cravie of the Ite Public. The Bell transmitted from Church to Church an Onward to the Tuil eries their pulsations a precursors of me insurrection of the mor Row. At this crisis the King sent for m Ithiers to consult with him in regard tue of a ministry Wuich should appease the Geode. Thiera in Iota a in the admission cd m. Odilon Parrot Leader of the oldest and widest opposition. The King consented. A proclamation to the people was drafted sent to the police and posted up before morning but it was too late in the heart of the old City people were tearing up sidewalks around the Carre Saint Martin and building Barri in Cades. When morning came the Keouli saw the proclamation it was not signed it was a snare. The new ministry needed time but the people would not wait. At ten o clock in the morning the troops a the louvre the King saw there was no Hope the troops were cold halt fraternizing with 1 the people. He abdicated in favor of his grandson the count of Paris in the midst of a defeat but even then the people said. Too late 1 too late while the Cham a a discussing the proposed Regency of the Queen during the minority of the count de pans and Lamartine trying Tobay the plague both ways a loud noise was heard m of the tribunes and a b0j of men armed with muskets entered the chamber forced their Way to the front beats and pointed their weapons at the deputies and the Royal party. It was evident that Compromise was out of the question a provisional government ins eluding Lamartine was formed the chamber of Peers was forbidden to meet the chamber of deputies dissolved and Louis Phillippe ran away from the people in a one horse Brougham. The people remembering How they had been treated a 1830, were suspicious of All Public men and jealous of one Day they assembled five times i front of the hotel de vile and insisted that the provisional government should report its proceedings to them every fifteen minutes. It took All the eloquence even of Lamartine whom they loved to keep them within Bounds. For a time the people were quiet but the National Assembly knowing that designing men were exciting them and More trouble Wasin store commissioned general Ca Ignacto concentrate troops at Paris and when Une had arrived a Garrison of 45.000 men was stationed m and about the the outrages of anarchy were Multi plied in Paris but were resisted by the government Only by police regulations and the repressive Laws of the old Monarch had been broken Down and the new Laws of the old monarchy had been broken Down and the new Laws of the Republic had no been enacted the clubs Public gather Ings and the press were dangerous weapons for the masses and against the be Public. Only the army could sustain the government which had Benm Nai the population because it endeavoured to obviate the Panger of riots by disturbing the workmen Over the departments. At ten o clock in the it la Goa of Juneau armed mob assembled at the Luxembourg intending to fight. Gener Al Cavignac took command of the hot and the National guard and the night was passed in preparation for attack an defense. At seven o clock next in Rhino ten thousand rioters or revolutions we reforming upon the place de pantheon in tending to attack the Luxembourg. Romeba talons of the eleventh legion attacked them and they dispersed through to quarters in the Banks of the Seine and Over the boulevards crying to arms to arms from every Side they were join a y others headed by agents of sedition us. Tue Liau Onai guard might then have crushed them and saved the blood that afterwards flooded the streets of Paris but the National guard was slow in responding to the Call of general Cavignac was concentrating his troops the combat was raging on Usu Revait j. To setae ments or volunteers assaulted the barricades and fell at the first fire of the insurgents. Through out the City the terrible Battle raged. The Gallant Duvivier Demesne and Lamo r Luciere were everywhere encouraging the troops and by four o clock in the after noon All the left Bank of the Seine was cleared of the insurgents and the popu lace rising in the Quartier de pantheon was overawed. La Moriniere although surrounded by .200,000 men acceded i giving courage to the troops and the dismayed and faltering National guard detachments of the National guard of the Saulene began to arrive and the govern ment Felt sure of Victory. General Cavaignac a surrounded by his staff. Duclerc. Lamartine and Pierre Bonaparte lately the murderer of Victor noir and follow Edby his troops charged the rebels from me Una teau a Rau crying Vive la 1" pm Jere Bonaparte horse was Short under him. The Cannon met he general Cavaignac demolished the last fortification of the insurgents at this Point and four Hundred corpses Lay strewn along the Faubourg. On every hand the riot were beaten and baffled and the Asae Melv gave All civil Power into the hands of gen new York world. Teacher boy at the foot spell pittance Bov admit teacher give the Bov fifty cents nip Oer anal children half Evert democratic voter in Stark coun y should attend the election on monday he 4th Day of april. Wall paper paper nothing adds so much to the Beauty and Comfort of a House As to have its Walla nicely papered. A. Mcgregor a son Haye just received from the manufacturers one of the largest and finest selections of Wall paper Ever before brought to this City. Our Stock consists of Browns Whites sat in a in endless variety together with an elegant assortment of tints and Gilt papers at prices As Low As any other establishment in the City or elsewhere. We a just received a paper trim Raer whereby we Are enabled to trim All the Wall paper we sell free of charge. Don t fail to Call at our establishment before purchasing elsewhere and Nee our elegant styles and we Are sure you will be pleased with style and Price. A. Mcgregor & son. Grocery change. L our Friend Charles d. Mall Ink will remove his family grocery to number 10, East Tuscarawas Street in the building heretofore occupied by Steve roofs shoe store. Or. Malline will Deal exclusively in family groceries and his rents being reduced some six Hundred dollars by the change he will be Able to sell his goods at the lowest figure. Let our friends give Charley a Call. His customers will always find him right 41-z w for Cash 1,000 Yards Cocheco prints at 12j cents per Yard 2,000 Yards Spragues prints at 10 cents per Yard too Pittsburgh carpet Chain at 53c per Pound Brown and bleach Edof muslims in great variety and at extremely Low prices. Carpets Oil cloths. Looking glasses lace curtains Acac at Kepfinger a Shane a 33 South Jarke Street. 41w2 an to provide for the payment of the amount of assessment for property appropriated to for the Extension of North j Lum Street in the City of Canton Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of Canton two Tanir of All the Meliers elected to said Council concurring therein that in order t. Provide for the opening of North Plum Street according to an ordinance ordinance to extend North Plum Street passed november 4, hot and an ordinance amen Dator thereto entitled an ordinance to amen to Section second fan ordinance to extend North Plum Street passed March s3, a thug it 1. Hereby made the. Duty of the City to certify to the county auditor the amount of Kompen. Station and damages assessed in the court of Cote. Mon pleas of Stark county Ohio at its june term lung to the following rained owners of prop erty taken by such appropriation to wit to nut assessed to st. John. English Catholic Church of which said sum shall be ensured for taxation by the auditor of said county upon All the property real and personal on the grand Duplis at a Section x. That to Antler quite the Resenka to derived Froia the tax provided for in the preyed in g Section Bond shall be issued specifying up on their face the purpose of their Issue for the. Amounts so certified As set tort i in tha preceding Section bearing interest at six per cent from april 1. 1870, and payable on the first Day of Janu Ary 1871, which said Bonds shall be signed by the mayor and City and shall have the Corpora Tion Seal affixed thereto that said Bonds shall a disposed of at not Lea. Than their Par value by the president of the Council. Section 3. That this ordinance take effect from and after its passage and second publication. Passed March Al 1870, . Pres Hunt Jostus Tarot. Clerk

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