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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 18, 1870, Canton, OhioS w v volume 36. Canton Stark county Ohio May 18, 1870. Number 494 business directory Truk sit Kat Tari Waji att. Canton tii a. American Goteti Liy a. T. , Catt nth Wuo. Auril stiff Stark county Democrat a. Mcgreror 8m, . And Plain and r ant Jub i Nyler. . Hiram thu Liston and . All onion fruit Miraj i to a Duj . in h writer i Usk up ins t Guiou , a. B. Mccrea not lieu or my l Udert Ike. Re j Merit Conlon Ohio. Ii Lif fpjxce&-1iaastue Ertukel my Tellic Ami u Ken uhf y of i mud i vow Hin b Lull Luau Vatu a tar to a i miu1ih. Edwin Smith photographer Portl no r attention it Van to copying and uric Ink picture. Ovid anime. And album in Natly on hand. Kimm avs the Block Mih Market treat. T Nifon a til. I. Jikaria tii if a. Douds Sarceno into l is up or. Inu Market Ilam Ai Ile. Hire Don a Atli of Public h car. I Anion Ohio. All operation of Onnell a nil Lite Uroff As to Proni ully att my 4 to. Geo. D. 1iakter a bro., banker ram Nae arawak treet Canton. Ohio Ket five Iep onit in a Miff Liny Ioctl Rhonda and compound Lul Oreal Aud avoid. " j. A. Comerford. A Lerney at la Trump a Bull Dinn. Carlod Ohio up Atairi. R rent i and Ier Iuan i Ken. A pal. A e. S. Meyer. Attorn it at Jiw Canton Ohio. Of flick in la tuna Tuer Hui Zuj near Lumc Square. James harsh attorney at in maa Aillon Ohio. Office in o la anti a Block up Alai a prompt attention Istven Loail by Alneada Lul Rustad to i Tare. Jyl Imit c. L. Vallandigham counsellor at iii Dayton Ohio. Will r met ice in the Are enl Iefata and Federal Courta. Othee no. M7 third Avreet hot stairway Kaat of the Ohio Ian franc company. Marlott 7oyl fico. W. Karr. 6 to. M. A Swix. Raff a Baldwin attorney at Lav Canton Ohio. Office in the Eagle Block up Coira. Juius tot l. T. Ai inca. R. A. Twin. Bierce 4 Thompson at a at Law. Akron Ohio. J n u9 we. Mckinley attorney a Law office in Eagle Allock. Over Al Bank Canton Ohio. Jwuc so i.7 mtg. Mcgregor attorney at Law. And gun foul col tin a tern t Carthage . In Wibirt. V of jul Harvey Lugii us attorney at Jiw notary Public Alliance Ohio. Sc1lefer &. Lynch. Attorney at 1jw of. In Ira Hiie Ulok. Coumou Olio. W. Mccord attorney a Law au4 collection Arent All Timica Olenuk Hii Fin ent Nitu la Chi a will Reev prompt attention. If j. O. Williard county 9iirreyor office in the county recorder a Olliie in the Wikidal build info. Where he Cau lie f Hind when in the City it not any by Alneada walled can be left with Jacob Kap Loxer q., i county recorder who will give due notice Tome. The Law author Aee the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any instrument of writ ing he will therefor write and acknowledge agreement mor Kaije ii eds a at fir Prii acid upon the Hort tue. Canton january a taut. Otto Winter Halweil. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and real crib v at Haat clock jewelry and Omi Era arc Ijt--4 Riun neatly done on Short notice no x Kalac Allock. Canton Ohio. Fol Jozif Deuble it brother chem c to East Aid of t Folio the Are Canton Ohio. Don on whorl notice j. A. Meyer tie alar la american and Forslun Walcha clock. Silverware and r Ancy Good Noriwel of Ruth of Publio Squar. Cau Ion Ohio pc Pairia Ilea by ape iii Boualy and Don. C. Bartett. M. A. Physic Ian and sure on office Corner East Uaea i a e and Walnut air deut inner Limiter a Eor or Cau Ion Ohio. No Yin we Thompson Ira scr in real estate. Dwelling houses for Al. Rent or a Chan for City or farming property. H old log lots of every variety pric and local i. M in Sale cheap. Monthly received and four Yean Tiura Given. Otyce la Lane a bilk Kaat Tua Caracas a tree to up Atairi. Nov of its. Beldens real foliate and collection Agency Corner fifth and Poplar at ret. Canton Ohio. Farm and town drop clip bought bold Aud Kentel title 1 lira paid eatable settled deed. . A. Written Money borrowed and loaned on heal let ate. Coal and " Ether kind of Simeral property wanted to la or pure Ham. Jaunt Oil Exchange hotel by a . At old ii pol guest properly cared for. And Bill moderate. In Ayle Bulf l Jackson hotel Loula Hollger proprietor North Market at reel Alliance House n Daniel Sourbeck at the , Alliance Ohio. Alexia alway in read Inea on arrival Eara. St Cloud hotel c d. Ely proprietor Publio Square. Canton Olio. Jillyn i h. Falke dealer in millinery and fancy goods no 3 0 or hone Block Caslon Olio. Jays if l. A. Clewell teacher or piano Organ and singing order Cei Ved at Kirk a Muric stare. Nnvt-3m o livery. Univ Toiv livery Prev Foxie s it 5th tit.,.,Canton Ohio Earnst Middaugh proprietor. 1t7e hav the ant Rio in the City ail v t lug and Rood Hora a. Conveyance let on read Orabie Unna. Attn or l soul Driver. Of stir notary Public. John litauer notary Public and i ". Insurance agent in cd Koa. Ohio. At the Ark county 1 reaaurer1 off Ca office to drawing deed mortgaice., of attorney me contract fur Pataha to from euro at i lowest rate a. Hal a. At of Thuerman fire Luai Irenc company.1 or Civ cd and Oiler Proa in fir and la Loraane Papula. A. M. Kut Tenox cd rat . U. A. M. Meet by to nerdy t a o Luck la in ii Miliar new Oil. E. , r. H. Atao. B & seed potatoes i seed potatoes for Sale. Tit lewi3 expel. Corner of Elath m. A Laulund Ouw. Early Roe per Buhel 4ihtdrli-l i an t per huh. W hit 71t. Per t kill a it. Per Laishl. Cumo u am or . I our vinegar. Bitters. Or Titan 0,000 in wonder 2 ? Felt cd naive kit Sci. Is what Are they cd 5 5 " 2 5 c a 1 7 i 1 1ky Ake v t a a v s 11 i a my s s t menu of for , hair if an dude , Dik Toifl spiced and aut ened to the Iai. Riihl. L a pet a Jutis Keiu term act hut the tip Pieron Tod Ruuk Eunett us Ruiu Lut Are a True inediin7, made i rum the satire Koota and Iierda of to California free Frim All alcoholic stimulants. They Are the Ltd Hal pm i Fink and like Ivi. Pm i it l 11. A a perfect Kenov Utor and Janvi orator of Tho Isit iii Curry iii All poisonous , and rent Orin the blood to healthy Oon Dizion. No Eron Van take thesty hit ten according to remain Long unwell. 8ioo will he Kiven for a Sci Irupe Ense provi ded the Loo a Are not by to ueral Poi i of or other Meana and uie vital Organ waited Bev Otid the Point of Indman Satory and chronic liheumati.-m-, and i out or Tidik exipion Lii Lluu Aud Keven. of the blood. Liver kidneys and lipid dry thee titters have been Inot . Much Lii a a Are eau aed by i i tilted blood which in in Euly produced by Derant rement of the i Yeative Oruna. T Leanzie the vitiated Liloon whenever you find its impurities Byirt tin s through the Akin in pimple Abruption or Soret cleanse it when you and it Tomt acted and pm in the a Riv Cleat when u a foul and your feel in will Tell you Hen. Keep the blood pure and the health of the follow. Pin talk and other Worms lurking in the Pya Teni of to Many thousand Are effectually destroyed and removed. In Hil Toua fever theae Wittera have no a Jual. For full direction read carefully the circular around each , printed in four Lungu mucus in glue German French Aud a Pauli. Walk Eli proprietor 32 Commerce a t Y. R. H. Mcdonald drukki1 11. And Frebern. A Kent. Sun pm Cinco and a Frumento California and 32 31 Commerce st new York. Sold by nil Nikki it and Culen. Euroma fir family use . . . Ai ints v . Cir Cular and in Tuple Stock Init Kike. Adilor Chi Hinckley knit Tonii machine co. went 4th st Cincinnati Ohio. Plantation bitters. S. T.-18 c0-x. Thiim 1 1 Veim i to lift to shut Lior of he Terlale null Torii us i taxi. Am a tonic saaid Cardial Lor Ike cd and Itiba Ltd it ii to equal 11 i one . Am n remedy for i lie i Bervoux Wra Kneisia to who Ali women nub. Jet. Law Nijer cliii2 ctr Yolk. Or Ali Vulant. In still full match. Tropical. In Merale or for lipid. It Neon n of spec Ali c in every debtor Terr Wlinich Altel Tolly or Encila nud or a i Down Lite animal at Plait. I Erkie 1j" Ull . Ruvii ai6 bed Bottoms. Sleep 8i.eep 1 f Yon wind n eos Northly ii Buk 1 Patent him l spiral is rim Rul i Itom. Ninati by it a i Anton. Lice in the 1 by Hattre 1100101 Oruci of it Lynul and seventh Moet -. Uii Ili of Tho Amer ican htt-1. Win old held if our Tairent or the Centra and Western part of Tho county and will o Init your order. Mattek a. Atria of j. Dilger watchmaker and jeweler to forms the Uhlie of this Colv and Stark co. X that opened Hla Douai Aurig of watches clocks la jewelry to repairing of Watche. And crocks of every acc Lillou special Aii Euisun will us Muu. Opposite hotel Kaat tue Carawa Street Canton Ohio a ova by r furniture. Removed. Of. Z. Bernhard removed Liia furniture room from hih8 e in Ili Icv Rock. To his new and to Kut loom 111 Saxton s Block 32 South Market st., Canton. Ohio. A ii and e my Large Stock of the Beautiful and Hlin Tantal iian parlor sets chamber sets wardrobes secretaries bureaus be to bedsteads tables chairs a. Or work made to order and All warranted at pm c. Give m a Call. Z Louis Dumont. A purchased die interest of Joeeph in Moulin Ana grocer Yalo life establishment. New a . Went me 01 re out i . And will continue to the Large be and vol Complete Amatoru Teui i c. Provision Sand my t b found in the City of Canton. Plum goods delivered. Of crave me a Call i Mutt Louis Bement. Ivy x in. ."va4 Siik Kilt Klet Miliar hardware Stoke. Site Rick ill Lei Block in Lou o it. T of Estir ii. ii t i airy in U v i la Hlll iii i w ii k l i iii j in t ii Al greatly reduced Rales. W u a u i t f it tit if of Vene a Hak Waue such a. Gailp. Glass. Sash & doors locks Iron steel axles d Springs hoes shovels. Forks a. Carpenter. Tools Cedar War cutlery. Spoons Silver Ware of the bet Moke and warranted. Harness trimming. Enamelled goods floor Oil cloth lamps & Carbon Oil cheap mixers material oils of All kind pure wite Lead and warranted varnish of the Best manufactures and every Tilini Umi ully kept in a i it class liar aware bore. We Are am a t for Fairbanks the burst ill the coi Iurii. Aug a Kenyh for Tho Only cheap first in i.-.-. S owl i machine in the world. We invite the to itt our Are and examine it. Milk Klinck a Millic Aprati 7u-t f meat Market Winsper s meat Market. Tie Uhlie will always fiut at my Market. In tote Lviv Sauna Milller Corner a Supply of fresh beef fresh Fork sausage smoked hams smoked shoulders pickled pork co raved reef beef quarters a, Mitt of. Veal. Ac., in their season meat delivered promptly in every part f Thieu a. 11. V w1nspkk. Marln Tut f insurance. Jennan ins. Company. Of Cleveland Ohio. Ofick. To Ita Twa ter a Viloiso. Capital. $200,000. Inn in e Fum . Merchandise and other Pron erty armaint orl4.n.htee by Kirc it a Low Retoyi. To any other Reposi Mihlo Eom lion Rahly adjusted and promptly paid in Cir tub a4d a huuxt4s or w Meyer t w Shmidl Patmer w Ai Euer. Or lion der. P Smih Usu if John Cruch Yury Kru two. I Kilerl Ciuc Rinani ii l Kii Iann. C Horn and Othern. A. Rettit to. Pres . M Juelita j. Metyk vice pros sent m. Bachman and Frim. See Leacu trat Clin a Genu. John Raber sent Canton Ohio. R. Us 3.asion, z 18c-t undertakers. B. Mccrea manufacturer an. I dealer in All kind of Fine and common furniture. Upholstering of All kinds made to order Aud sofas mattresses lounges a repaired. Especial attention Given to 1 undertaking. Coffins or every style kept constantly on hand. Orders can be left at water Ornis 4l doors East or american hotel Canton Ohio. Cantor. Feb. 1?. 18b9- u m i it j r Blouse to Itei. Or Wlsh to rent the Tremont House Aetna Tea x of Market Atreco near the old depot Canton Ohio. 111. Oulu aug la of Cree Ali Rita Usu Uura rooms and a All proper conveniences. It always been and it yet uned a a Ijo tol and Hoard ing Louee. In the Frei nov is an Rich Girnt run. Room. 1 am Atao ready to Feell the furniture bed and bedding carpet a so that the person rent lug could step right in Ana proceed to i div soon and for further particulars quire of the subscriber in the Bouse. Canton March. L70-t f improved shot go fare Effs. Enat Xii sta c 2? x2aah by. Miscellaneous. Land stealing. Another exposure of the grand swindle of the age. Great speech by senator of California on the Northern Pacific Bill. The land Grants Republican part the monopolists have obtained and what they now area five times As great As new England abdication of the government to Railroad Sinator cuss Ray of Cal Lorsia daring the Job ate in the Senate on t he Bill Gran Ting Lamia to Tho Northern Pacific rail Way company made a very Able speech in support of the amendment offered by senator Thurman designed to protect the intere3tsof the government and the settlers from the exaction of the great monopoly proposed to be still further subsidized. We sub join such extracts from senator cases Ray s speech As serve to show the scope and Force of his argument these Grants be publican measures sir. Casserly i listened to Tho senator from Iowa or. Howell when he under took to Correct and deny with some warmth the declaration of the senator from Michigan or. Howard that the entire Railroad policy of which this Bill is a striking part is in All its features a re publican policy. The votes since had the uniformity with which every amendment to guard the rights of the people and the interests of the government has been rejected must have satisfied All the senator from Michigan was right. If the Senate is Republican the policy is Republican and this measure is a Republican measure in All Iti enormity. It will be so regarded by the country. The most decided oppo nent of the Republican party in this chamber and elsewhere could not desire for that party a More Assai Lable position. As a question before the country i am not unwilling that they shall take such a position. Or. Corbett we can take it. Or. Casserly i hear a senator declare that they can take it. Very Good sir. The future will show whether they can afford to take it. The senator May be Able to speak for his party. He certainly is for himself. He too like Tho senator from Michigan avows this to be a Republican measure. They ought to know and the majority Here should know which has steadily sustained this measure thus far against All amendment. All this justifies me in discussing some what that View of the measure. 1 should not otherwise have done so. For the Sake of the country it 13 better that a bad measure should fail than that it should pass through to the detriment of the ? party which controls Congress. Every such measure As this inevitably becomes when an Issue is made upon it a Republican measure. Since i have been Here i have observed the course of the political majority of this body in rela Tion to the Grants of this kind and indeed in relation to every measure when in any aspect of it the aggregated Money Power in any one of its Many forms was or might be on the one Side and the rights of the people on the other. Al most invariably As if in obedience to some controlling Law the action of the political majority has been on one and thu same Side and that fide not the Side of Tho people. " by and by All this will come to be fully understood if it is not now among the people at Large. Then it will be for that party now and so Long dominant in the government which has taken upon itself the Load of such a policy to carry it if it can then 1 look to see the party to t till fax l Ali full to it Neil traditions Wiuf honorable history As the child and Champion of the people Rise to the height of its Mission to Deal with the great issues of the present and renew ing its youth again As of old move with Resistless Power in the cause of the Many against the few and against consolidated Power in All its countless forms. Then will it Cope with and overthrow the party mis called Republican which Day by Day and More and More with each succeeding monstrous measure it Brines Forth proves itself to be not in any sense the party of the people but the party of those who would oppress the people in the interests of privilege and monopoly a party which in Lue name 01 humanity exhausts it an in one direction and looks with cold and unfriendly Eye upon the masses whether of the old world or the new a inst whom it bars the entry upon the Public Domain while it bestows it in principalities of millions and. Millions of acres to be held by Railroad corporations in Mort main for the lifetime of More than a generation of men what the monopolists have obtained and what they now demand. In 1s64 Congress was brought by an awakened Public sentiment to a sudden halt in the policy which h it had been Pur suing. I refer of course to the policy vast expenditures 1 do not mean to say wholly unfruitful of Good though at what Cost the policy of granting transcontinental railways Aid in lands by millions and millions of acres and subsidies in Money to the amount of tens millions of dollars. There was Good Rea son for the Public sentiment which so Congress in its career. What had been the extent of the Aid in lands and Money granted by Congress Down to that period ? i have some figures Here from our most authentic source of information the report of or. Wilson the commissioner of the general land office now upon our tables. I Raed from Page 81 of that report it will be understood of course that so far As it Speaks of Aid in lands the figures As applied to 1s64 will be in bisect to a diminution of the Grants made since that year including the great Grants this very Railroad the Northern Pacific to the Atlantic and Pacific and a few Small Grants to other railroads. Here the words of this Well informed and experienced Public officer. The total amount of land subsidies Railroad and Wacon Road s up to Date 200,454 Square Miles equal to the combined area of great Britain and France and exceeding that Spain Italy and Switzerland in Addi Tion to these land Grants government Loans of credit have been made to the extent of $60,8o0,320. Of which $25,371,000 were issued to the contral Pacific $20. 638,000 to the Union Pacific $6,3c3,000 to the Kansas Pacific $1,000,000 to. La i f i it. Central Orann of me u Nion racinp., Lai Atchison and Pike s Peak Railroad to the Sioux Jimiy Ana Racic $320,000 to the Western Pacific has As i said the land part of these Crants of Aid was not so great in 1804 it has become since but the extract the land commissioner s report Sheds flood of Light on the situation As Congress in met it in 1sg4. Congress then found itself in forced to abandon its policy of land Money Crants in the then condition the country and of Public sentiment could not do otherwise. It determined errant no More Aid in Money it deter mined further than any Aid Given should be confined to land. Upon the solicitation of the Northern Pacific Railroad com Pany and in View of the Una Ouetea tonal importance of the work the purpose of Congress was to make the land Grant Liberal one. In fact the most valuable bestowed for Railroad purposes. Railroad company was allowed substantially to no its own terms. It knew it wanted far better than Congress did. Asked All it wanted. If it erred at All did not err on the Side of asking too r rom All oar information Sinee there no manner of doubt that the. Grant rfcs it at Tutt Tira it Fofi acres the finest great body of lands on j the continent was largely in excess of the amount required to. Build this Road and of still More largely in excess of any sound policy of granting Aid. The two things Are entirely Niue rent 1 take it. 1 is necessary to build a Road com the to equip it and open it ready for cosiness f Isone Thiris. What is called for 111 the Way of suntan Tiai efficient Aid toward the Sams result is quite another thing la is a perversion j allow me to say of All sound policy As Between the government and its citizens to hold or for Congress to admit by legis lation that the government shall in any Case put into the hands of a Railroad com Pany Al the Menns required to c i Inlet the i in its Road be in its Bijj in is equipments so As it. Give the when tinier feed to the company As its property out and out. This is n., aiding the company to build the Road la is building the Road font it is a Paral Ysis of All individual Energy a is a stilling of the wholesome tree action of i private Enterprise. I Jur i3 1ui3 Uii. Xun Gueci 01 the system pursued by Congress on the morals of the country was necessarily most mischievous. Congress tempted the people. It held out a lure to a class of our citizens naturally too speculative i mean Tho Railroad sen of Tho United states. It filled them with a fever of Railroad adventure and by the Prospect of immense gains to be realized out of congressional subsidies it excited them to engage in great Railroad enterprises with out much or any reference to the legitimate of profits of the undertaking. Worst of All the system vitiated All legislation in Congress on the subject of Aid to rail roads and rendered a return to wholesome principles Well nigh if not wholly impracticable. The abuses of the past in Congress Rise up against All reformation. What was then yielded As a special favor is now in claimed As a settled right. What was an exceptional excess of the Public liberality in the imminent emergencies of the War has now passed into an Ordinary Prece Dent. Of to Day in the midst of peace with one completed railway in full operation trom the Atlantic to the e racing the rail Road company interested in this Bill is Here demanding of u3 to be put on a War footing on the Vantage group d of that military necessity which knows no Law and admits of no impossibility. If we to hesitate we Are censured. We Are found guilty of a great wrong if with the Best Good will to Forward the building of the Toad we aim at the same time to protect the general interests Ana maintain uie efficiency of the Public land system by keeping the land free to the settler while we give the proceeds to the Railroad com Pany. What has already been Given the company. The Grant As made to the company in 1sg4, was dictated by itself. It gave the company forty seve n million acres to be if selected out 01 the Odd sections in a but of one Hundred Miles wide by a length stated by commissioner Wilson in his letter of j Une zj., lbs already mentioned by me at two thousand and Twenty five e Miles. W Ith that Grant it was the uen tirely satisfied. It might Well be satisfied. No such Grant had Ever before been made or dreamed of in the history of our government. It is double the land Grant made to the Union Pacific Railroad com which was the next largest made Rany it is out of All comparison with the Union Rae tie Grant for it is at least four or five times As valuable acre for acre. Sir it is not much to Sav that no such Grant wits Ever before made by our government. None such has been made t within the last one Hundred and fifty or two Hundred years by any government in eur Row How in Yale corporation nor indeed to any grantee. So emperor or minister there to a however secure his Power would venture on such a spoliation of his country. Considering the wide difference Between to a in the United states with All its Golden Promise and a Hundred years ago in India i greatly doubt whether the Grant made in 1s64 to the Northern Pacific Railroad is not equal in All real elements of weal to Prosperity and Power to the vast Indian possessions held in the latter part of the last Century by the East in Dia company the mightiest chartered company the world ha3 Ever seen or i Hope will Ever see again. It was a great Grant and the Day it was made it was ample to build the Road. The company meant it should be and had it made accordingly. Allowing for All conceivable deficiencies it is at. Least one half More valuable to a y than it was in 1s64, such has been the great Rise in the value of the lands owing mainly to the european immigration a Rise that is go ing on and will go on increasing from year to year for the next Twenty years. The Grant therefore is much More than ample now to Complete the work. What the company demands. After going into particulars of the de Mand of the company under the Bill As it subsequently passed the Senate or. Cas Erl v said the Crant makes a Belt of one Hundred and Twenty Miles wide by Over two thou Sand have Hundred Miles Lone. This is supposing the company to Content itself with a Point of divergence say Nve k six Hundred Miles East of its terminus of Suo Rosins it to refrain from shifting that a. J Point Sun Suriner 10 uie Eaas Auu of course giving to itself that much More land. Now what is Twenty five e Hundred Miles Lone by one Hundred and Twenty Miles wide it is a tract of country con Taining of three Hundred thousand Square Miles. In All new England there Are not sixty thousand Square Miles and this Belt it country Nve times As extensive wraps up a future which May Well be in its moral aspects at least As great As that of v t i i i i. I 1 irtes Auu Wuicik in i Ixia mate rial aspects must be very far Superior. It is one half larger than the collected area of the great states of new York Penn Sylvania. Virginia and North Carolina. It exceeds by sixty thousand Square Miles the entire territory of Ohio Indiana Michigan. Illinois and Wisconsin. Sena tors lie favor this Bill have said Mueh Toto us about railroads. Of course they have developed the country. Nobody Here de Nies that. A nobody nere or i senere is Are opposed to them. But suppose for the last fifty years that great North Western territory had been wrapped up in Oneto Railroad company surrendered to Oneis Railroad by Broad belts of land crossing it in every direction Ana covering nearly an its would have been the result of if the railroads have made the country Rich and populous As is said it has been their Competition not by their having Anvil Here a m Ono poly Over a vast District. The policy of vast land Grants. The the policy of vesting the Public land sin great bodies in private corporations Wincn a. Been very Toicen t Crown in our faces As the policy of the country and took its Rise in 1850, but it owes its pres ent enormous development to the Las vast a eight j fars. As so developed it is not the from american policy in Revere Nice m a Iuliu lands As established and administered fora so Many years before 1850. That policy As sustained and advocated of our great est men was generally and with no Seri ous1804 change before 1s50, a policy which and looked to vesting the lands in the owner of ship Ottlie individual Cuzzens in Quant it cities limited to his wants it was a Wise to policy and a grand one and its Wisdom and grandeur have been 6ignally vindicated by its results. Nearly a Century ago that wonderful Man Edmund Burke of whom his countryman Grattan might a have said More truly than he said of Tham that the sight of his mind was in a finite looking above the mists of the Ever error and ignorance of Bia. Time into the the far future pointed out the principle after Ward applied in our land system As tha what True Cue for England in reference to her it Crown lands. He scouted the idea it Selling them to the highest bidder or in Little. Any Way of treating them As a source is Revenue from sales. He was for granting was Thnora to the people As fast As they would take them Tad top a their own Termi. With All his great Powers he illustrated the insignificance of Revenue from sales compared with the immense material salts to say nottling of the great moral forces certain to accrue to a country from a Large Independent population of holders. His leading idea was that after Ward applied to our land system and maintained and developed by our states men especially those of the West. And when 1 speak of the West i do not forget that an illustrious statesman of the East became in the maturity of his rowers. Whatever he May have previously been one of the firmest friends of the same pol icy. J speak now of or. Webster a Clear and honorable name in our annals. In the Good cause of keeping the Public lands open to the settlers under All circumstance he went As far As any one has gone on our Sid of this chamber. In a speech which i Well it Hough 1 Carnot now stale when and where it was delivered bespoke earnestly in favor of Erastine the Sublie lands As free homesteads. He referred to the argument of those who com ended that this policy was bad Faith 10 nose no Neid warrants Ana Serin is sued by the government. Or. Webster utterly repelled that idea and declared his object always to be to prevent speculations m the Public lands. Shia was on the just and Clear ground the impregnable round that All persons who take such securities hold them with a full under standing that the Power of the United states is plenary Over the subject and that the Faith of the United states is pledged to nothing except to the execution its Trust for the Best interests of the whole people. Such sir was the great Trust of our Public land system As organized in our Laws administered by our government and sustained by our great est and Best men for so Many years. What right senators have Yon to put off that Trust upon any others have Yon any right least of All to abdicate it favor of Railroad corporations which you know will reverse the land system of the country and will be controlled in their dealings with their lands by their notions their own interests without the slight est regard to the interests of your people ? Inot Only do you know that but you re fuse As you have Here Over and Over refused deliberately by your votes at every stage of this measure to enact a single provision which shall protect the people against it. By this course you say the Railroad companies As plainly As though you had said it in terms we have granted these lands to you for your own profit and not in any degree for the use of the people. Hold them As Long As you will and As High As you can. Bar out the Emigrant bar out the settler bar out the people keep them All out while your lands Rise from year to year by the enter and liberality of others until the Yense reached the highest prices. Then is your Harvest we leave you free to reap it at whatever Cost to the whole country that is blighted by your i know what would be said by uis Here we saw in any country of Europe the government maintaining such a policy in regard to its Public lands against its own people. I know How eloquent would be the indignation of Many a senator no has been voting Here deliberately for a like policy in our own land. Yes for a worse policy for this country a worse policy. Why because this is anew country and ours is a bold Independent people and in this country and among such a people this policy is sure sooner or later to produce All the troubles that have followed in the train of great land companies. W l was greatly impressed when my lend from Ohio or. Ihu Manl mentioned the other Day what he had heard when a Young Man from the lips of1 Jlewis tass As 10 Ine Kepi Orazie Conui Uon of the peasantry of Europe. That distinguished Nian stated to my Friend from Jolo that the idea of owning a Jami was one that never entered into the head of one of the great mass of the toilers of Europe no More than the idea that he would one Day Wear the Crown. Things have improved a Little of late but the condition of Europe to a y is very Little bet ter. A landless people is still the cause of her discontents it is the perpetual source of her gravest troubles. It is that to a y which renders Many a throne unstable. It is that which makes the whole social organization of Europe rest As if upon a Quicksand Mere you have be fore your eyes the evils deep rooted pervading almost incurable that grow out of the vicious system of concentrating in a few hands the lauded property of country. We have not fallen yet into the evil plight of Europe but we Are tending rapidly that Way under policy Wincn in less than ten years has vested one Hun dred and Twenty fou r million acres tween the Mississippi River and the Pacific Ocean in four Railroad companies. Not once but Many times during the protracted discussion of this measure we have challenged its friends to state their reasons for refusing to return to the to abolished land system country our Challenge has not been taken up. Not a reason has been assigned by our opponents. We have been met instead with enthusiastic eulogies of railroads. And remonstrances and invectives against those who would obstruct Railroad development across the continent. Sir All this is beside the question a pure evasion the real Issue. We demand the people lands Tor the people but we Are not opposed to railroads. We Are warmly favor of railroads. We admit their Utility we confess their necessity. I take to Eay that there is not one senator of those with whom i act on this question who is not heartily in Lavor of the three lines of trans continent Al Railroad which together constitute the great body communication and of Intercourse Between the Atlantic and the Pacific and which Crown and Complete for oar time the a elopement the Power and the Union the american people on this continent from the Eastern to the Western sea. Sir Are we the representatives of people Here or of the Railroad companies which ? i take it there can be but answer to that inquiry. We Are Here represent the people of the United states. The Only question then is whether shall consummate that great plan of communication by just and reasonable Means of assistance to the railroads while administer the Public lands of the coun try in the spirit of our land system and obedience to the Trust which Ninas in our hands. The Bill or nothing. It is a most significant tact tha. Every proposition has been voted Down which Modinea mis Oil in Ine interests of people. Even those which in no degree unpaired the company s interests met same Fate. Such was the Case with amendment providing that All lands the company not sold at the end of years after the completion of the should be open to settlers at $125 acre. Why is this is it that the Railroad Cora Mitte which reported Bill is so infallible that its work is beyond human question ? if not what then the explanation Oris it that the company will have this Bill just a came from the committee full perfect Complete or it will not have it at All the Bill or nothing is the demand. There must be no amendment no modification none at least that makes the a Little better for the country. In View no i must he crossed or t dotted As it is set Down not one. Has come to this sir that Railroad legislation is the Only business upon which the is not free to exercise its legislative discretion ? an eloquent conclusion. In All i have said upon fins measure in every vote i hive riven. I have under a profound sense of she duty i Here to the great interests involved. Am sure no Leiser motive has animated Ine Lime Maui of senators v. Tin Wixom have been acting. Few in numbers Strong in the right As we see it. We in the contest against the overwhelming i majority of this body. We stand i Only for our construe no in our states i for the interest and rights of the people How and hereafter. We specially to protect and preserve the future of the country Between the missis Sippi and Tho Pacific traversed and to be traversed by great lines of Railroad. We decline to surrender tha country and its future without an Earnest Effort to secure further proper guards and conditions. We believe i believe from the Bottom of my heart t a the easy acquisition of lands is As necessary to t he maintenance of our free institutions As Are the Princi Ples which animate these institutions. Without free lands we cannot have a free people and without a free people our free institutions Are worse than a mockery. It is just As True now As it was j when it was said of old by a profound i 1 .1lutiker thai joining m government is Soba As Good political institutions co run Ted. There is a saving Grace in every government that is tit in live and the Savin Crane Ron Lar government is the spirit of a free people. When it loses this Salt in Losins free people it is doom1 de. Princes and lord my ,.ki, i. A a breath can make them jul a Hrenyk has made but a bold peasantry their country s Pride when once destroyed Enn never be for every year. Ave. For every moment that your policy drives away from that great country Between the Mississippi and the Pacific the Bettler the Pioneer of your civilization of your Power and of your Freedom you have done a wrong to the whole Republic to sum up All in a single word let us have railroads but at the same time and with equal step let us always have our Public lands free for a free people. That is the idea for which we have been contending in this debate. W e Nave done so thus tar with Little Suc Cess. 5ut if Here we break to the errs that Are closed against us. We Cau anon beyond and above this chamber to an audience that will hear Lis the great Audi ence of the american people. A Earth closets sewage question. Antion. We have As our readers Are Well aware. Taken Strong ground in favor of the Earth closet As a substitute for the water closet and have based our opinion both upon sanitary and economic consideration. It appears to us however that the immense importance of this subject has not seized upon the Public mind and that it fails to be appreciated except by such As have Given special attention to the subject of the disposal of sewage. W e and this subject fully discussed in All its bearings in the technical journals and numerous plans some of them of the most impracticable character Are proposed but the popular press in this country has been Content to drop the subject after a Brief discussion and leave the matter to whatever Issue destiny has reserved for it. In our opinion no current topic is freighted with such import As the Quas Tio n of cutting off the enormous Drain of fertilizing matter now permitted to Wash away into the sea and the purification of the Waters which surround Large cities from the pollutions which Are now permitted to contaminate them and the atmosphere which sweeps Over them. To inventors Ine Earth closet system opens a wide held Lor improvement one in which few patents have been taken and the Success which will in our Opin Ion ultimately attend the disposal of sewage in this Way will depend much upon the convenience and Comfort secured by inventive skill. The details of the Earth closet system As they exist at the present Date have been already placed before our readers but it May not be amiss to quote from a recent article of Root. Charles a. Joy of Columbia College the following comprehensive summary of its advantages j he disinfecting property of dry Earth. Humus Clay charcoal peat Bone be Kasber and ther solid no aces has Long been known and All of these bodies have been applied in one Way and another Tor the prevention of bad doors Tor the filtration of water and absorption of Gas. The bodies of the dead have with most nations been buried beneath tie soil and thus All danger Likely to arise daring their decay has been removed. In the thickly populated regions of the East necessity has impelled the inhabit ants to Nave recourse to the same Princi ple in the disinfecting of focal matter but in a sparsely settled country great carelessness is Apt to creep in and to maintain its supremacy Long alter a Large increase of population imperatively demands As much care in the removal of All excrement l a matter As it does in the proper disposition of dead bodies. The action of dry Earth is not Only chemical but physical and consists mainly in the absorption and removal of the water necessary to the decay of organic substances the formation of dangerous gasses is thus prevented and the animal matter is Leit to Askow decay omd suon and no doors can arise. A Small amount of Earth is sufficient to disinfect a considerable Quantity of putrid or offensive matter and for this reason its Rise has been Strong la recommended in hospitals in cases of bad sores and wounds. The recent Learned researches of Pettenkofer on the causes of types and Chol Era have led to the conclusion that these dangerous diseases prevail in regions where the water from sewers out houses of sinks etc., approaches near the surface. 8 in tact the cholera was traced along the water courses and the upper part of the in same Valley would be left untouched while the lower portions were subjected to the ravages of the disease. During a dry season the disease was less Likely to appear than during a wet. The incontrovertible conclusion forced itself upon the mind of Pettenkofer that there was Noth of ing More dangerous than to have the water near a dwelling contaminated by the diseased focal excreta of the population de and he sought for some remedy for this of startling evil. If he had heard of the epidemic in the National hotel at washing ton and the fever that proved sofa Al at the Pittsfield Seminary he would had some further confirmation of the accuracy of one this theory. To the advantages and importance of Earth closets must be apparent to every one we who has followed us thus far in our Arti Cle. They require very Little architectural change and can be put anywhere we when a vault is not already dug they Are entirely without odor and preserve in the in Best Way the full agricultural value of the Mem manure. Surely a system that will save Many lives keep up t he Good health of the Fani ill. Avoid waste of valuable manure arid is cheap and easy of application ought to universally substituted for the wasteful me dangerous unhealthy custom handed Down to us by our forefathers. The a Radical Congress. Ten the grave and potent senators March Redroad to the confessional rack on wednesday and made Public declaration offer shortcomings. Wilson of Massachusetts this said no Congress had talked More an done less than the present collection is Zicai Wisdom Ana Rascal in. Virtuous Cameron of Pennsylvania agreed with it Wilson and favored an Early adjourn and ment because when at Home the Moribe redid Little harm but in Washington they did very Little Good. Then others followed in a like Strain. This series of Confes Bill Sions to the effect that Congress has de generate that into a worthless body recall to mind a remark made by Tren. Merman it not Long ago. He is reported to have said in conversation with a senator that be could take three justices of the peace and run this government better than this halt ing Congress would it be run under present conditions. Paddy s description of a fiddle cannot acted be beaten. He says it is the shape owe i a Turkey and the size of a Goose the Man 1 turned it Over on its Back Aud rubbed belly wid a Long stick and oct by st i .rairick., now it Uia squeal i but i Sund Wren an ill natured fellow was trying not to pick a quarrel with a peaceable Man but latter remarked. I never had a Fusa with whole i but one Man and he was buried at Fedor seeks lock it ii hew Balf Pkt that from the Y. Journal of Commerce a National school system of $50,000,000 to begin with persons who cherish a Rosy Hope that the taxes Are to be reduced should Ponder the propositions in representative Hoar s Bill to establish a system of National education which has been favourably re ported by the committee on education and labor in the 15th amendment message the other Day president Grant dropped a significant hint for Congress to take All the Means within their constitutional Power to promote and encourage popular education throughout the coun on the same Day that Bis message reached the Capitol the extraordinary Bill that we now proceed to notice came Back Frem the committee to the House a coincidence Best explained on the supposition that the president and committee had conferred and that Congress had been Soun ded on the subject and is expected to pass the measure. A More cleverly contrived scheme to make thousands of new office holders maintain National taxes find work for Revenue assessors and collectors and strengthen the Central government has never come under our eyes. As a prop for the radicals it is the Best thing yet thought it for it will Plant their Peculiar political doctrines in the breasts of the rising generation along with the first seeds of Reading writing and arithmetic. That shrewd gent evian whose name is the occasion of considerable profitless Dis Pute among Antiquaries who wanted to write the songs of a nation in preference to make its Laws did not originate half so smart an idea of moulding National Char Acter As or. Hoar has hit Neon. A monopoly of Ballad making Ana mongering could do much to shape the prejudices of people but nothing like what an army of political pedagogues with a switch in one hand Aud the Radical articles of Faith in another and the whole Power of a government at their backs could do in that line. The inventor of this Patent for con firming and extending radicalism indefinitely is the master craftsman of his party after a Long High sounding preamble apropos of the loth amendment or. Hoar comes straight to business and pro poses the appointment for each state in the Union of a superintendent of National schools at a yearly salary of $3-00 0. Multiply 3,000 by 37 the number of states when All in we have $111,000 of annual expenditure to begin with. These superintendents will Boss the Job under Tho direction of the commissioner of education who in turn reports for general information to the Secretary of the Interior who finally takes his Cue from the president making the whole affair a Complete administrative machine As much As the army of the Revenue crowd. For each congressional District the Secretary of the Interior is to appoint division inspector of National schools on a salary of $2,000 multiplied by 242, equals $484,200. Each of the divisions shall be divided by the state superintendent into school districts of convenient size to be managed by a local superintendent of National schools at $3 a Day for the time he is actually engaged. This Means millions upon millions of dollars in the aggregate but for want of More pre Cise data than we have we cannot Esti mate the sum even approximately. What with the salaries of All these Myrmidon of the Strong government the hiring of an indefinite number of school masters and mistresses the erecting and repairing of school houses the furnishing of school books for children unable the buy them. And other incidental expenses or. Hoar is probably within the Mark by providing for a District to be apportioned among the several states of $o0,000.000,just to Start the Experiment for that is All that even Soi arge an amount Wui readily do. The More we turn this scheme Over. The More we Are lost in enforced Admira Tion of the audacious Genius that planed it. Besides the incalculable political Power that it confers on the administration through its thousands of Well paid and willing stipend Aries and the indoctrination in the tender mind of childhood of the straightest Radical principles think of the pickings and stealing the prof its to be made from supplying school books putting up school houses a. Patronage Power Money All things that political prizes and struggles for will now in boundless measure from Hoar s Bill. This stupendous political and Money spending engine will go into effect in the o a. At l , out Aida tue Pas Sage of the Bill. It rests with the opinion of the president whether it will not be introduced into All the states in the Union. The last Section declares that any state May make provision for the Educa Tion of All the children within its Borders Between the Ages of six and eighteen yrs., but the president is clothed with absolute Power to decide whether any system Meeia Nis views Ana Wisnes Ana u not the National scheme will be made to supersede it. Democratic states will be especially liable to have their own educational Laws nullified and schoolmasters turned oat to make Way for Radical teach Ings and teachers. Wherever it May be of political advantage to rub out a state system and impose the National one Rea sons More plentiful than blackberries can be Louna Lor exercising it. Burglar proof safes and oxygen Gas. The recent Manula Conre of oxygen Gas Gas on a commercial scale and the facility with which it can be compressed into cylinders and transported trom one place to another has suggested its use for a Pur pose Little anticipated by the world at Large. We find Henry st. Claire Deville employing oxygen to fuse the most re. Factory metals we see it used for Light and now it is regularly prescribed by physicians and will before Long be sold every apothecary there is another application of it that has Little been thought of and which renders it impossible to construct a burglar proof Safe. The thief in the night can place himself in front a Safe with his two cylinders of compressed Hydrogen and oxygen and with an blow Luce can in a few seconds Burn Hole of any 6ize in the har dest Metal that was Ever invented. Me need not try to pick the lock As a Man Hole pierced through the door by the heat of his blow pipe will answer his purposes quite As Well. The Light from tie Burn ing Metal would be a source of annoyance to the burglar but the noise of could hardly be Beard through . It is evident that the Only safety is in keeping the Bur Glar out for if he once gets in with fire Drill a few minutes is All that he re quires to work his Way into the strongest Safe that was Ever constructed. The interposition of solid Stone Between the sheets of Metal might occasion some embarrassment and delay but there remains the lock with its Metal covering which can be easily Burnt off so As to expose mechanism or enable the burglar to elide the bolts or blow off the door with gun powder. It May Well be aked what scientific american. Ohio Reform farm. The Ohio Reform farm school has present three Hundred and forty inmates with capacity Loronia three nun area pressure for admission never was so great and More than Twenty boys in the various counties of the state Are now waiting their turn to be received. The want room is the Only reason Why these boys Are not received. The appropriation made by Tho legislature to erect two additional family buildings Wilt enable the commissioners to enlarge the capacities of the so that another Hundred inmates can be received and properly cared for. Of a Good reason. A Clergyman in merits Mont has forbidden any one to play a viol m Bis Church. He Ayr however his thoughts May be the moment hears a fiddle he goes to thinking he to dance. Rigolette is the name of a whistle recently mad by a by in at in Illeth Kiv. Eighty Lucky people. A family of grandchildren heirs to Large scottish estates the old family Bible and its record to $30,000,000 to be distributed. Some time ago an article was published rotating that a a Zniber of persons jiving Insan Dottone 2f. And port Jervis. N. Y had fallen heirs to an estate in Scot land variously estimated at from Twenty to thirty million dollars left to Innis. The person who gave the information to the heirs was. A Man named Smith who makes it his business to look after and collect claims of this kind. The parties who were reputed to have fallen upon this Streak of Hick a mostly far mers living in Sandy Ron J., Brad Ford county a. And two or three mer chants and Railroad men in port Jervis. N. Y. Some f the heirs lire in Good ii Cums Anees. But most of them Are poor and when the news of their vast inherit Ance in he old country reached their ears to cd could not believe it and for a time nothing was done and the matter a. Dropped. One of the party however wrote a letter to a prominent member of the House of lords England making in. Quiris As to whether any such an estate had been left. In the course of two or three months he received an answer sta Ting that such an estate had. Been left to we. Innis and that if the heirs could prove their claims there would be Little difficulty in getting their Money. Since then or. We. Keyte one of the heirs went to England and found that the statements of Smith and also that contained in the letter were True. H consulted while therewith Able counsel who rated that if the claimants could produce the old family Bible with the records it would be the Best evidence As to their at this time however or. Keyte did not know that any such Bible was in existence and returned Home to consult with other members of the fam ily. The fact in regard to the claim Are As follows it appears that George Innis of Edinburg Scotland died intestate without children and his estate fell to his Only brother William and his Maiden sister Jane. William however had previously sailed for America in 1732, settling in Sandstone As he failed to acquaint his friends of his whereabouts Jane his sister entered into peaceable possess Ion of the entire estate. Afterwards 6he died and willed it to her brother Wil Liam who she supposed had gone to America. The estates Are now in the hands of trustees and have swelled to the enor Mous sum stated above. We. Innis was one of Tho founders of the reformed Church in port Jervis and was forty years a member thereof. He was a school teacher and widely known. But for some reason or other he never wrote to his brother neither did he know of his death. He had eight children All of whom Are dead and it is their grand children eighty in number to whom the vast scottish inheritance rightfully be Longs. A few Days ago Tho missing link the j old family Bible was found inure hands of an Innis living in Bradford co. Pa., with the family record Complete lie he came to port Jervis with it on tues Day and now the heirs intend to take the proper measures to secure the property to or. A 1. L Tuuu a Ixo ill i ii lev will by Eiliv Buu Lur Bug Lan d for this purpose. The Bible was printed in Edinburg in 1722, and is in Good preservation. A number of persons named Innis. At Jne Buri and elsewhere in this country have until now Laid claim to the estates but their claims Are now set aside by the discovery of this old relic. To Blackamor White. Jesop. Who wrote More than two thou Sand years ago put to tar result of his study of Len than nature into the form of fable. They Are so Wise and True that they have lasted till our time and will last longer for what was True then observation has since a thousand fold confirmed. Some of the most important lessons of life Are of ten now most briefly expressed by the a -. Bles of Esop. Here is one of them to which we owe the familiar expression that Yon cannot Wash a Blackamor White " a certain Man having bought a Black Moor was so simple As to think that the color of his skin was Only dirt and tilth which he had contracted for want of due care under his former master. This fault he imagined might be easily removed. St he ordered the poor Black to be put into a tub and was at considerable charge in i prove plug mow nowe. bru8hes for the operation. To work the5went, rubbing and scouring his Elm Over but to no manner of purpose for when they had repeated their washings several times and were grown quite weary All they got by it was that the wretched Blackamor caught cold and now All observation of the negro trom his appearance in the sculptures of the earliest Antiquity and All the written rec ords of his relation to the Superior race in very age and country Cohnn the moral that is taught in this ancient fable of the old greek philosopher. To Wash the Blackamor White to put him on a foot -. Ing of Equality with the White race has been tried in vain. In our Day it has been tried in Mexico and in South America and with Only a deterioration in both races. This settled truth has sunk so deep into the minds of the White men of the United states that it resisted All the arguments of the radicals. So they deter mined to Lay aside argument and try Force. By Force we have had a fifteenth amendment tacked to the Constitution in contempt of the known will of two thirds of the people of the United states. The attempt will fail. The work of god and nature cannot be undone by presume put i nil a 1ous human hands. What Nishry you physiology and science have taught is not i fikely to prove a vulgar error As the radicals Call it. For they have progressed so far that they now despise even the men of their own party who like Abraham Lincoln always deprecated the attempts to confound together the races or to put them on a political Equality. Yesterday Tho Radical press was Bla Tant in spurious exultation Over the Cele bration of the fifteenth amendment in this City. But the Public sentiment of the White people of Philadelphia was never More unmistakably evinced than in the absence of real sympathy with the occasion. The most intelligent of the col ored speaker Fred. Light mulatto dwelt upon the fact and ascribed it to the ignorance of the lower Grade the same speaker made the following fling perhaps at be of our opponent console themselves with the idea that Liberty is not congenial to the health of the Black race which will die out. To that class i say the Prospect is far from flattering. I believe in the vitality of the coloured race because that for two Hundred and fifty years it has been subject Teall the intrigue and punishment of its but this a not Good reasoning for there is no doubt at All that slavery lid increase the productiveness of the negro race which has already diminished in Freedom. After All the old fable May came True literally As Well As in the moral that is to Philadelphia age. At mrs Anna Catharine Kunkle died at Stroudsburg on the 10th tilt., aged ninety is x years nine months and thirteen Days. She was the wife of or John George Kun Kle with whom she lived sixty of e years of and one Mouth in the holy Bonds of Matrimony. They had fourteen children 123 grandchildren 415 550 great Gre grandchildren and a Large number of an honest old Darkey whore expectations of getting a forty car e Plantation and a Domestic Jack for voting the Rad ical ticket were entirely sincere now goes Bass Back on his friends in this Wise dem carpet Bagg Etin Eca Lawag Fellers Dey Tell he us Dar War per visions in de Constitution for we Collad folks but Dat was a lie dem revisions Odin t come. Fore god Massa de Fust Mou Ful i it Fefie Sci i nil u

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