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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 25, 1870, Canton, OhioMy volume 36. Canton Stark county Ohio May 25, 1870. Number 50. Business directory c. J. Geiger. Eat to harm Trel. Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. I Rothacker East tim Amu Itanion Ohio. April to 7ntf Stark county Democrat Mcgregor Bon publish uni and Plain an fancy Job priv two a Inglr Block. Canton Ohio. Hiram Thurston Book bind and Blunk boo Manofar Tyror. All order Fromal Road promptly attended to. Licud a y in a Arr Block up Atair c Auton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea furniture dealer and undertaker East Timica Rawa a treat. Canton Ohio. A Ovid John p. Rex merchant tailor and dealer in american and i in ported cub Ciuti Onerea Vreatt Nam and tnt1furnishing Good Aiko Aen for the Hinr Beweng machine Canton. Ohio. May nil Prince & Haas undertaken Metal life and All Kiml of coffin Al ways on hand. Two hear always in Rali a Kail Tua Cacawa Street. Canton Ohio. Edwin Smith photographer particular attention Given to copying and enlarging picture. Oval Frame and album constantly on hand. Boom la Mathewa Block tool Ltd Market Street Canton Ohio Juneia Sitf a. J. Douds in Weon dentist Oftle up talk. In , of Market Street West aide three door South of Public Square Canton Ohio. All operation connected with the pro Eiroa promptly a a Titto. Geo. D. Larter & bro., Manken East Tuscarawas Street. Canton. Olik be Eire deposits loan Money buy Mold Hilr Bonda and compound Lute rest notes. Exchange bought and sold. J. A. Comerford attorney at la Trump s building. Canton Ohio up Stair. French and Oer Ian spoken. Arp la s. E. S. Meyer. Attorney at Law. Canton Ohio. Tolice in Danna Miller s new buil lug near Public Square. Cuts an Al James harsh attorney at Law m Awn Illon Ohio. Office in o i re Block up str prompt attention in. To All by nine Imi mrs Audi to hic a. Jyl to tits " c. L. Vallandigham. Counsellor at Law Pyton. Ohio. Will r Mot in in the avaral 8tat and Federal court. Office a. A third Street. Drat stairway Kant of the Ohio Laurac company. Nutria toy i to. A. . Raff a Baldwin. Attorney at us Canton Ohio. Office in the Igie Block up Taira. Jaikia 7otf a. Aua. R. A. Rus arson. By epee Thompson at. A at Law Akron Ohio. J n27 0 we. Mckinley. Attorney As u of la in Eagle Block or National Bank. Canton Ohio. Juu 7 . Mcgregor. At May at Law and general Collet iii a in Cartag. Jascor county Missouri. Of Lif Harvey laugh Lin attorney at Law notary Public Allanr. Ohio. Oflou13 Schaifer it Torry at Law Canton Ohio. Prompt Nindl in d and careful attn ten will baby him it turn to any professional Lal Blaine. Tics. of Burra Nous. May Luray. William a. Lynch attorney at Law and rotary Pullin. Orteca in Ca Bailly a Block. Canton Ohio. Matt 7uyl j. W. Mccord Jet Tornya. Law and Ganral collection agent Chianca Ohio. Busin Aap an trusted to his car will Racalla prompt attention. Of j. G. Williard county Surveyor office in the county Krc order Otica a Ilia Wiki Iai building lira he can be found when in the City if not any business Aux a ran be left with Jacob Kali Tyr t., Mordro. Who will due notice to to. The Law authorises the county Hur Reyor to take of any instrument of writ in he will therefore write and acknowledge agreement Mort Taticea deeds a at Fol Aprl. Is suit upon til Anomie is nonce. Ton january l latin. Otto Avint Erh alter. Pro watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in Usu t locks. Jewelv and silverware re pairing neatly done on Short notice no Kaitlen Ailous t an n. Urio. U Pebble so. Brother Neslers in watches. Clocks jewelry silverware Jacl East Side of Public by Tiare Canton of. done on Airt notion. J. A. Meyer. New win american and foreign watches Cocks till redware and Kaney goods Northwest Corner e Potto Huusare Canton. Ohio. Repairing neatly expedit oily and done. J. A Bartett m. A. Physician and surgeon of Lioe Corner East Tusca rawas and Walnut streets Vinte Uhalu car. Canton Ohio. Nyaya us u we Thompson dealer in real estate. Dwelling. Houses far rent or Shanit for Eniy or Carmen property. Build is lots of every my Price and location for Sale cheap. Monthly Ponyi its received. And four year tune Giren. Ottyce in Laue a Block Fol Tuscarawas treat up Stair. Nou u. Selden a bral estate and collection Artency Corner finh and fouler Streete. Canton lilo. It Arm Lown drop orgy botox i. Solil and a Ltd. Ties Kinrd i Aee paid Fca Talea tel Elweda Mort its a lease. Written borrowed and loaned on heal estate. Coal ther kind of Mitaral pro arty silted i or r Urci ass. Sie tuyt q. I Cher. Blu rotate Olloe above hone a leather store h Tao arawak Street Caslon Ohio. Ray la Exchange hotel by a Sponhauer. At old i pot. Guests Roper or eared for Aud Bills moderate. Nay in of Jackson hotel. Louts . Proprietor North Market sir Alliance House it pm dirt born Buck t the station. Alliance Jenals Sla syr la readiness of arrival act. Cloud Hojeij c i. By. Proprietor in by to Square can ovoid. 11. Falke dealer l mall he r and Kancy goods nos House bloc w d by Ltd l. A. Clewell teacher of piano Orma and Fiji rut. Revived at Kirk s a Usu Square. Tooth lol u o. R. A. M. A noun coo sen. No. 4, o. U. A. M n to thursday Ere Luc at to o clock in Lua u de. K. Menart. K. Ii. Ans Aoa r. 8. livery. Minion Hli Veuy re Rosie lot 3th s Canton Ohio Jar Nat Middau Gli fdopbiet0r8, e Hare the Wana Sutia the Cuy Aili f i Aew sad goes horse. Conre Ancelet of Reaa Orabie Terra with or without . On notary Pukuc. Joi Irv k Asci notary Public and insurance agent Canton Ohio. At the Ark county 1 measure office to drawing Amaada Morti Rafte of atle Raer. D out rata for a Suske Yuwu Europe at the lowest rate a he i of tha Veraa fire Ina Ranc Comtoi c lev mad Aad Ether r to susimae fir and it m min Lea cooly Dauchy s new York Agency. Great medical discovery or Walker s California vinegar bitters. 2 Moro than s0.0oo Pero ii hear testimony to their wonder if co u fill curative effects. 3 2 us what Are they 5 -5 u 3 a they up. Not a mime of poor rum Vinky proof Spirita Andiff ii , to Orcil hip Ceil Ami Viv toned to pit a the Tate. Called Tonich appetizer restorer a that Lead the tipple Ron Tod Ruuk or and Ruiu but Are True Nie Dicinto in tide from the native Root a and Herbe of California free from All alcoholic . Thov arc the ii rat pm Rafiek and likk.lvi.niiprlnc7lle, a perfect renovator and Luvi orator of the 3htcm, carrying Ott All poi44inout , and Renu Orinic the blood to a haul the condition. No pern on can take Thene Bittera according to Nirei Thiouf Huu rvs Iuliu Lonk in Wii. Tiloso will be Given for an inc unable , pm i de d the boo in Are not destroyed he Lui Crul ii Aua or other Means and the ital organs waited beyond the Point of repair. For Aud chronic phenom atom and Trout Luppia. Or indigestion billions re mittens and intermittent Kevin. If came of the blood liver kidney and blut Lder Thene Bittera have been not Atic Cehfus. Such Liea he Are caused by titrated blood which a generally produced by derangement of the digestive or gait. Clean we the vitiated blood whenever Vou Rind Tea impurity in burning through the Kiu in Pim Krup Tuua or Korea it when you and t obstructed and sluggish in the Veina Conni s it when it in foul and your feeling will Tell you when. Keep the blood pure and the health of the note will follow. Pin. Tape and other Worms a ticking in the by item of no Many Are Ericc Tully d troyed and remove. In tent and intermittent fevers thee Bittera have to equal. T or full directions read cure full the circular around each bottle. Printed in four languages English German French and he Annh. J. Walk Ell proprietor. H2 coi Merce to n. Y. R. I. Mcm. Alija and Genera a gent san Francisco and Hur Minento Chlor la und a4 j Ork. Sold by All drug gift and dealer. Plantation bitters. S. T.-18 c0-x. 1 him stole Rel Yeffet 1le torn tire u Tbs Leet Nestor of toe treble and pc Ballta Teal. Am a tonic and cordial Tor the offed d languid. It lint no equal Amanns Sloiua thirs. A a remedy Lor tie nor Vona Wranek to. M m. 1. Jet. I. Luperc Edale every oth. R Sunin Taa i. An an Uin tropical temperate or frigid. It no i of a. A Csc in every Lor Cler Swilch thelm Lily nil break Dewa tie Nln i Dpi rat. R or Tua be by 11drtiitr. Mato Aig for family use Betsine. Ratip . To kits Wax Ted. Cir Cular and Sample stocking Kike. Address flu lev knitting machinkco., Mai in Lim West Ith i Cincinnati Ohio. $100 to $250. i weekly to a Trent everywhere trolling our put ant Mould Wakue k r Vlotho in Chi. Butane he permanent. It full part Eularh Ati Urheim Itaru Witt Hill i la i la l a. 47 w 4. 5s by sunlight and gaslight a work of the six Torric virtue vim pit Moor and crimes of the by of i Arm. It Eon Tain to line of noted Licen Lile Anil i renew in l aria. Age la we util. And re to a i National Putin Hizik co., Cincinnati Olio c Hiruko 111., or st. Lou in to. 47 w 4. A cent ii Mylnar books keat Trelor secrets of internal Revenue. The most rent arable Wolc Ever published be in a Complete exposure of the powerful confederation or Kunc prey in it on our government. Showing up All clique from the hts heat to the Lowet. Cabinet officer and co Kremen a Well a minor operator vat Egnatic Eon Pirai Iea Ott Iwai corruption political influence patronage and wire pulling. A Cark so work contain aug to Puea by a promo neut Lioverne Nunt detective. Wanted. Can took free. Indre i w. Flint publishervhila., pa., Boston lasa., Chicago jul or Cin Tenn us o. 47 a 4. A obits Wax Ted Luu to to per month it cry ruts scat Mai teacher. Smart Young Era aii0 Laid Kcal thai Tea to eau a Jor the new Book Oue father is House or the pm written word. By Daniel March author of the popular night the Ina a r in thought and in Guam How u untold riches and Beau tic in the a rut a with it blood diag Dower Sikkink Bird-1waving Palm rolling Douda beaut ill Bow a c r e d mount iii mighty Ocean thundering Vou blazing heavens and Tat wit i court Lucaa a Juh in Mulino of worlds. Kun tinted Pup a ornate enfcr4 ing and Cuper binding. Hen a for circular in Whu 1 a full tier it Cristion Aud Universal by the a Reid. Mintter and Colleira crude minors. In the tron Getty no Aible language. Zyk Lukk Auddy co., by Ciao o. Will change any col Ore the magic a chm hair or boards permanent blot or Brown. It contains no Poison and one can use it. One sent by mail for f i Nar a sri upfield ii a fu8nirure. Removed. Furni tire store of z. Bernnard Tjas to Mottol m Kmil ire Rotonta from hio Pera i i old place in Gnu. Elk to i 1 new and ele Gant room in Saxton s Block 33 South Market st., Are cantos oui. A a nil and see my Large of uie Beau Vuic and Subaru Tuimal such As parlor sets chamber sets wardrobes secretaries bureaus bedsteads tables chairs to order All warranted i Giva me a Call. I. be to and Peaveler informs the Puzia of fills Chy and Star just newly opus i 1j establishment consist Ink of watches clocks office and jewel11y to repairing of watches and clock onto also and description special attention will be paid. Pan opposite american hotel. Life East Tuscarawas Street Canton. Ohio.sr10 nov i undertakers. J. B. It Mccrea manufacturer Anil. R in All kind of Fine and common furniture. Upholstering of All kinds made to order and sofas mattresses lounges a be Pairett. attention Given to undertaking. Coffins or every style kept Courti tautly on band. Order can be left at Ivar rooms doors East of american hotel Canton Ohio. Canton feb. 17. Lbs a to hardware. Johnson . Lve Miller. In e Xiv hardware Stobb. Pirotin l tin Ali Ittel oju1jiiiill j of Jilji Jet Geiger Block 14 1- 2 kit trn Waran st., can Lou o to xxx of entire new h ant Ware Purchal Princi Pally in new York from when Gold was us Ali in we Oiler to our Neuah at greatly reduced rates. We will keep on hand a full aha orment of Genera hardware. Such a nails Glass Sash a doors locks Iron. Steel axles d Springs hoes shovels. Forks to. Carpenters tools Cedar War cutlery. Spoons Silver Wake of the Best Muke and warranted. Harness trimming enamelled goods floor Oil cloth lamps & Carbon Oil Cliea miners Materia oils of All kind. Pure White Lead and warranted varnish of the Best manufactures and usually kept in a first Clasa hardware store. We Are avents for Fairbanks Scales the Bent in the Juu Nerti. Also aunts for the Only che a first Rumias Kinu machine in the world. We invite the Public to cull at our store and examine h. Cut to Tiv n a i apr6 Jot f insurance. German ins. Company. Of Cleveland Ohio. Of Job to 10, at water buil Dixo. Capital $900,000. Insure buildings merchandise and other prop erty a Aust los or la Inake by fire it As Low Reccea As any other responsible company. Honorable Al Stisted and promptly paid to Nina Chou to or w near c Vav sch no it Henry Detmer j Pakuer to Ito eur i her Ian Nenry a Kraemer n to Alicr c m Hermann u pc Timaan. C Lorn Aud others. A. Reytbl to pres J. La j. Mana vice president a. M. Buchman and Fred. Seelbach travelling 4aoi, John r Are aet Canton Ohio. P. La Zus maa Aillon Ohio. July . Improved shot go t3kjjnthf worlds new Tork office 27 enemas eco ue4t Market Winsper s meat Market. The i Biji c will always find at Tny Market in the i lie it Annara Iller Corner a Supply of fresh beef Fresie , sausage. Smoked hams and smoked shoulder pickled Fork corned beef beef quarters Mutton veal. A in their also. Delivered promptly in every part eff. C v Marl i to of sep 59ttoms. Sleep 8i.eep Vou vol lid Leep bed Bottom fun cured by Mcabee a co., cum. Olliee in in Ivonok 8tore. Manufactory Wornor of and seventh streets one Block South of Ali every we Oldfield is our agent for the Central Western Dart of this county and will solicit order. Mcabee a Natty tailoring a. Kitt Albert. & co., have just opened their Spring Stock foe 1870, or men tailoring gent furnishing hats Caps and Straw goods which were bought of the manufacturer by the Case and in Large quantities of the same houses with Albert Rockwell a co., of Akron living us the advantage of Large buyers aul having a Long experience in the business we know the wants of our Trade and feel assured we can offer goods at such prices As will afford the Trade a Liberal margin and meet the de Mand of the times. Good goods at Low prices. I. 7 m Block Kitt Albert & co., Canton Ohio. Apri Littfe groceries and prov signs Bacon & Watson family grocery and provision store at the old la line stand Royy mown a bed ," to. 19 East Tuscarawas Street to Therese Are a reined to furnish first class y go Chiesa of All descriptions and the Best m the snark it. Suc asters sugars spices coffees syrups fruits 4c. Choice cigars and tobaccos. The Best of idol a Sill better ec.g3 produce generally always of hand. We shall also keep a Large assortment of Choice candies and Xoi Iun. H. J. Bacots. Nova Louis Dumont Lias purchased the interest of Joseph left Moulin in Geo key establishment. Geo. A. Winterhalter West Side or Public of and will continue to Keip the Lucrest and dist Complete assortment 01 provisions and mini spies to be found in the City of Canton. Goods delivered. Is live me a Call i oct st loui3 dum0nt. Medical. Of Adalis Mil e7g r eat american health Rejeb i oke. Purities the blood Aud cues crot Ula. Syphilis skin diseases lieu Intini iii abuses of women and All chronic attest Iowa of the Liloon liver and kid Neya recommended by tie medical faculty Aud Tauy Oliou saudi of the Best Cut Zeua. Read the testimony of physician and Natle uts Iwho have used Koh Adalis Bend Lor our Kosu Dalis Ouide to health boo or almanac for this year which we publish for gratuitous distribution it will give Yuu much a Huaute Inion Utuone. Or. R. W. Carr of Baltimore says 1 Tako pleasure la recommending your ru8.uis As a very powerful Alt emotive. Have seen it used in two Ces with Hapsy results one in a Case of secondary ills in Winch tie patient pronounced him self cured after having taken live bottles of your Medicine. Tie other is a Case of scr Fula of ions standing which is rapidly improving under its use and tie Titus Are that the oat Leut will sooner. I have carefully examined tie formula Tov which to. Aud find to an Etcell Eul compound of Teraura . Or. Sparks of Nichiolas Volle by says he has used to Sadulis in cases of Suro Rula and Meo Ondry syphilis with satisfactory results As a cleaner of the blood i know the no belter remedy. Saml g. Mcfadden Murfreesboro Tenn says i have used seven bottles of Rosadalia and am entirely cured of rheumatism Send Hie four bottles As i wish if for my brother who has so Romulous sore eyes. Benjamin Bechtol of Lima Ohio writes i Hare suffered Tor Twenty years Woltti a Uve Terai eruption Over my whole body a Short time since i purchased a bottle Rosada is and it effected a perfect cure. Rosadalia is sold by All the Walnut Laboratory i Exchange place Bulli Anier Dure and drs. Clements a co., proprietor your Al 7uyl, correspondence. For the Stark county Democrat from Illinois. A Good letter from Rev. Doctor Hamilton. Mendon ill., May 9th, 1870. 1. Mcgregor esq., respected Friend having returned to my family in Ohio in the month of March 1 purposed making you and family a visit but the want of tim which was occupied in making preparation to move to this place prevented me from realizing my cherished desire to see your Friendly face to clasp your fraternal hand and to enjoy a social conversation with you on the unfortunate state of our previously afflicted country. The Only infallible Means necessary to the health Prosperity and recuperation of the body politic is rejected by the insane and infatuated people or they have tacitly consented to let the disease increase in viru Lence and to run its course until the body politic is exhausted of its strength and Dies with a Universal Wail of aeon. At pres ent the whole head is sick and the whole heart faint. From the Solo of the foot even unto the head there is no sound Ness in it but wounds and bruises and put relying sores they have not been clo sed neither bound up neither mollified with Isa. 1, 5 6. The Polit ical quacks who have caused the present epidemic in our country have denominated it National a description of its tendency is forcibly portrayed by Isaiah in verse 4, As follows a sinful nation a people Laden with iniquity a seed of evil Ayers a Nearen Inai Are corrupt ors Iney have forsaken the lord they have provoked the hold one of Israel unto anger. They Are gone away they have irreverently and contemptuously turned their backs upon god and his word and have incurred his anger by wilp tul and deliberate perjury having Viola Ted their solemn obligations to preserve inviolate the Constitution of the United states and of their respective states. Those instruments containing the Peoples chartered rights they have abolished or remodeler by amendments so called without the consent of the people. Thev Are corrupt ors of the people of tire bal lot Box and of even thin g of any value of the White Man s government and his descendants. They Are a seed of evil do their hands Are full of blood their legislators Are rebellious and companions of thieves every one Loveth gifts and follow eth after rewards they judge not the fatherless neither doth the cause of the widow come unto them v 23. The people a Laden with the iniquitous civil War inaugurated by these perfidious leaders have iad ened me people with its burdensome Cost of muscle Means and life. A sinful nation conglomerate and Mongrel in its elements and character with no distinctive character. Excepting their love of the negro and the iniquitous spoils of Victory me Donot propose to remove this National disease apprehending in that event a declension or a final Stop to their Revenue and the loss of Power Over their diseased subjects. Thev aim to strengthen their hold upon the people by the application of Ina on Ai " plasters Bonds upon a once free peo pie. Who. Even now Clank their chains and Shovitz Freedom by tanks Ana taxation to the death of All Industrial pursuits and in their last outrage by placing the negro upon an Equality with the White Man in what was absolutely designed of our Wor thy originators As the White Man s government designed and expressed in the written and published instrument of our fathers As the government of the White Man and descendants. This iniquitous outrage is already at work to perpetuate the Power of those infamous men whose employment indicates foreign jealousy treachery and interest to disrupt me air est and Best form of civil government Ever made in the interest of the people. The so called radicals disorganized everywhere Are in High glee Over the for ced passage of the fifteenth amendment. In the City of Tuncy Nev were very much elated and were certain of a Triumph Over democracy in the recent elec Tion with their new element of Power Thev mustered into their ranks three Hun dred negroes Strong and jubilant who were marched to the Pons to a Posu for the first time their ballot Many of the republicans looked upon this outrage with sorrow and disgust and turned their backs upon their leaders. I have under stood that mis result Gaia a loss to m Republican party of three votes to every Neero vote. Democracy and the White peo ple triumphed. I he mongrels were crop fallen and went about the streets sad and sorrowful. Like mourners bereaved of some loved object. The Dis Organ izes have made their Choice they Are Bow according to their ideas of loyalty joined to their idols Lor the dissolution of Wincn Thev have made no provision for the Legal divorce. Let them severely alone in their companionship. Uree the democracy to stand afar off from such an unnatural Ana Pron Idinea Alliance. 4.1 is to tse Veie but i think a certain remedy forced upon the people which will effect the salvation of our country irom anarchy Ana misrule. The people will ultimately reject the Nau seating remedy and also me Auu Msira tors. It is As easy for Light and darkness to commit and become one As for the White and Black races to unite harmoniously. I anticipate a rupture in the Mon grel elements and when the time comes. Pir l in. N let the authorities Ais solve tue a Maui a. And then to secure the future peace of the country demand the antagonists to return to their Normal and proper places in this great family of republics. In my return Nome in toe Mon in 01 March we had a social reunion of my Friend at my House. After having been absent for several months it was very pleasant to meet my old and tried friends and to spend with them a few hours in social Converse. At the close of the entertainment i delivered a Short address reviewing my residence and labors among them during the pass twelve years ring to their kindness toward me and my family and also to Pur sympathy with them in All their relations bereavement of. Judge Pardee capt. W. L16ss and or. V. Crane esq., responded in pathetic and appropriate language which opened the Fountain of tears in Many eyes. It was great trial of nature to be separated from these kind friends whose companionship we have pleasantly enjoyed in the past. After a journey of about seven Hundred Miles we arrived at Mendon 111., at noon april 21st. The parsonage had been freshly painted and papered for our recep Tion and on our arrival found it in the occupancy of my warm hearted who had prepared a Rich and sumptuous dinner for our entertainment. This was very refreshing to body and mind Afi ter the fatigue of travel and gave also favourable indication of the kindness of the friends among whom we Are located. Few Days after our arrival we went to the cite of of inc to procure some furniture mrs. Hamilton while passing Over this Beautiful and undulating country was l rant rss of Deli prot. While with her eyes she surveyed the Panorama of loveliness spread out before her Aston sea Anu vision. The Beautiful and conveniently constructed dwellings the spacious lawns Riehle covered with a fresh and 1. I l Dunant growth of grass Anu Siu Uleu Over with Evergreen fruit Trees Huu . The magnitude of the Orchards of Apple Neath and near Trees. A and the thou Sands of acres of luxuriant wheat Beautiful hed7e fences of Many Miles Lenorth inn incr at Riet Andos in every 0., o o 1qireptiqn and Clear i Utu i received from her lips Ttoe Niece of Draise. The magnificent sight All around of her inclined her to believe and say that she had arrived in Paradise supposing that the Eden of old could not surpass this in Beauty and magnificence. Land is very Fertile producing abundantly All kinds of Grain r rom the past Revei Pement of the agricultural and Commer Cial wealth of this country we May some extent anticipate what its future will be. The occupancy of this country the White Man does not exceed forty years while the improvements would indicate it to be longer settled. The Early pioneers had to endure great privations which cannot be realized by the present generation. Their inconveniences discouragements and obstacles to surmount were innumerable. Their patient and persevering endurance and Industry m the develop Emont and present improvement of the country is worthy of remembrance and Praise. They Are now realizing in the pressings 01 enjoyment me fruits of their labors and in the increased value of their lands. Persons in the East with All their advantages and conveniences would be slow to believe that land Here will command As much per acre As it does there. Land Here according to location Quality and improvement will sell from so to $1,000 per acre. I passed Over 160 acres of Prairie land unenclosed for which $1,000 per acre was offered and re fused. A Clergyman bought 40 acres five Miles from the cite of Quincy. And paid $500 per acre. Forty years ago All this land might have been bought Lor a Trine. Then one Man sold 1g0 acres of land where the City of Quincy is built for two Blank ets and a Board. Money then was rarely seen in this country and was As much an object of curiosity As Gold and Silver now is. Money then had its representative in articles of commercial value now it is rep resented by depreciated paper. 1 he com Parison Between the two periods is Simi Lar. In the intermediate space democracy made this country what it is and As Long As democratic Rule is in the ascendant in this country its increased Prosperity is certain. Therefore in View of past experience in Prosperity make the demo cratic Rule general in its application and our country will soon give the evidence of Prosperity Contentment and happiness. The Stark county Democrat in its improved dress produced by it3 worthy Edi Tor and stimulated by u3 generous Rons makes its regular visits to our re Mote Home reminding us of former associations establishing a link of communication Between us and our first location in Ohio where an Early acquaintance and Friendly relations were formed Between congenial friends and giving absent friends the Mutual pleasure of intercommunication upon congenial subjects and appropriate sentiments. May its columns Ever contain the True principles and sentiments. J. Hamilton. From the Nashville Banner May 14. Terrible tragedy. Fatal results of a family feud one woman killed one seriously injured and four men crippled for life. One of the most sanguinary deeds in i r i growing out i Jean puny us us. Highest exhibitions of female. Courage 1 we in vat of then or exr a Nennor of Tor Manv a Aav. Occurred a few Days since near the East Tennessee line in the Edge of North car Olina bordering on Blount county. The account which we abbreviate from the several reports seems miraculous and extravagant Rne parties represented Are said to be creditable and respectable. It appears that me wide of Gaines a vent became jealous of a Young girl named Kate Jackson represented As being quite handsome and lovable. Quarrels and contentions were fierce and frequent Between the two ladies aforesaid. On the Day of the fatal collision it appears. That miss Kate. Jackson. R in Compa to 1ny with her married sister mrs. Ler Man a passed the residence of the Daven port family. As soon As the Sisters were discovered on the Road the Davenport six in number comprising the Mother three daughters two of them grown and two sons the eldest about eighteen years old rallied in Force and set out in vigor Ous Pursuit of the defenceless Sisters. The Trail was continued until the Sisters had nearly reached the Tea Naseo Lifto. Here the Davenport Brothers by a military movement strategically flanked them and presented a front armed with Sticks and stones. This caused Kate and her sister to halt and then to attempt to retrace their Steps. But upon attempting to re treat they were confronted by mrs. Davenport Ana Ner three aug enters Bimi any armed who demanded mrs. Dearmand to it out of the Way As they intended to kill Kate. Instead of obeying this Mili tia order mrs. Dea. Made preparations to defend her sister. Young Davenport the elder son seeing the opposition to this order at once let go a Stone at Ner Union took effect on her head breaking her Skull and prostrating her lifeless on the ground. The heroic Kate was thus at the Onset of the engagement left to defend herself., ,1 11 1 she rained Ana maintained Ner i be y indiscriminately hurling upon the attacking party such Flinty Ini Sailes As came of Poi tune to her. One or these shots wok immediate effect upon the elder Davenport boy slitting one Side of his face Ana cinch him hours do combat. Lar incr Ner attention then to the internal head of the Davenport family she directed a Stone against her head that inflicted a severe wound and Laid her sprawling on the Field. This accomplished the Brave girl slowly fell Back to a position where she. Could Supply herself with necessary ammunition. This Point attained and being still besieged she again discharged a shot and another of the Davenport boys wilted. Then the Davenport girls rallied and made a Des Perate charge upon her with clubs and stones inflicting serious wounds but not succeeding in getting her Down. Just this crisis Kate hard pressed As she was and having no time to stoop to gather rocks to defend herself extricated from her pocket a Small pen knife measuring about six inches in the Blade and commenced an indiscriminate and very wild and gen eral cutting and slashing at the combined Davenport girls surrounding her. Of this fearful frenzy on the part Kate was seriously detrimental Mawer being of the Davenport females. Two them received serious. Slashes from weapon she wielded one of them ing on the held irom the loss of of Iowa Goodins from the knife and the other seriously disabled As to be a fit subject Hospital practice. This unexpected result contributed materially to the withdrawal of the Davenport besieging party quietly removed their disabled from Field leaving the heroic Kate master the situation. The casualties sustained in this engage a ment Only amount to the death of mrs. Dearmand. With the probability that elder miss Davenport will also die and crippling Lor Lile of Lour others of Davenport Camuy. Kate Jackson was less injured than one engaged in the tight and was Able carry her dead sister time after the Bat the closed. A fiendish outrage. Two Young girls ravished by six five of them lynched. Foai soon. Kuusi May in a account of Onea of the most diabolical at Tiara Ever recorded i published in Monitor. Us tuesday six. Men Emir i Caius. In Terri tire. Came to town irom Ladore a few Miles South of Here and after drinking All in inv a visit to the Isiah Dizik hous e of j. N. Koa hand asked to stay All night. Being rut Usei of hoc Coli it of Tell or cml Umla. Oue i tie Pari to knocked Roach insensible with a revolver and then went to a lied that was occupied by two daughters of Roach aged twelve Aud Ravi Neu them Yuri a " pm win uiu.,knife to accomplish their purpose. Tto Acil Natl leu Ait or a Milf Lannu inf he would be killed if he did so. He describes the cries and entreaties of tie girls a heartrending. A quarrel arose among the demons and one was shot dead while in the act of satisfy ing his lust. At k the party fled one taking with him 4o the Woods the you pest girl. The town was immediately aroused Aud parties the started in every Dir Miau in search of the needs. In the one Ith Trio girl was soon overtaken an Hung to a tree two other found secreted in the town Anil Ner Hung to the same tree. The re. Naii Piug three were also captured Aud two of them. Iii Uig. T to other one. At Hist accounts was in custody of the citizens hut will Pioli Ahly share the same Fate As his companions. The Universal verdict Here is that in this instance at least the summary manner infliction of is entirely justified. Remember. Never scare off a Fly with a club when & Feather will do As Well and remember to that you can take More flies with a Gill of molasses than with a gallon of vinegar. Miscellaneous. From Blackwood s Magazine puritanism in England. The forms which the old intolerance As Sumes in our Day Are principally confined to what is wrongly called Sabbath Observance and to total abstinence from fermented liquors both of Wlinich it is sought to enforce by the action of the legislature and the hand of the civil magistrate. There Are it is True some minor armies of coercion in the Field. One of these hates tobacco 6moke As much As others dislike sunday recreation and another would wage As fierce a warfare against the con sumption of animal food As their fellow intolerant wage against the abuse even the use of wine Beer and spi but the anti Nicotri crusaders and More especially the vegetarians who see Noth ing but a vice in beef and Mutton and nothing but virtue in cabbage and Pota toes Are in such woeful minorities and so Little Able to make head against be Ridi Cule qui As scarcely to need even this passing notice of their Little eccentricities. The Blue Law sabbat Arians and total abstainers Are however a much More formidable class. They have got Law and custom partially on their Side and Are continually striving to make the Law More Blue and the custom More imperative. In the Case of Sabbath Observance the very name of which a jewish and not Chris Tian it is the old Purit anic idea revived in in Days and the old Puri panic spirit waxing fierce to Wrath a spirit that not contented with the Liberty to do As it pleases in the matter in dispute Between itself and society makes itself miserable because it cannot compel others to Wear sackcloth who would prefer Fine Linen or to eat Thistle and Hay when bread and grapes would be More agreeable. The talk and act As if they would if they could prevent the Sun from shining the Birds from singing and the streams from flowing on their favor Ite Day. But failing the Power to Stop the great time piece of nature altogether they do their dest to convert the Day which should be ene of peace on Earth Good will to men rest from unnecessary toil and innocent enjoyment of god s Beautiful world into a Day of gloom acer bit and bitterness and shut up the poor and the suffering in the fetid alleys and pestilent Lanea of Over crowded cities. Rather than allow a railway train to Start upon the land or a Steamer to run upon the Rivers to convey them to the fresh air that our modern civilization denies them in their Homes. Public opinion. However within the last few years has ceased to favor the bitter Observance of the Sabbath and to Content itself with sing for the better Observance of i i tuft ii Ord it i lava and a vast interval of time if measured by the Progress of Tho t rather than by years has passed since the Days at the beginning of the present Cen Tury when a magistrate of Glasgow was fined for walking on the Green on the Sabbath with some London visitors and showing them the Lions of the City n Stead of going quietly to the Kirk. Thet i i.1 Una Vcci by avg Trio reformation been greatly inclined to favor Blue legislation on the subject of the Day of rest but the blueness a no longer so Blue As it used be and has received such a tinge of yellow sunlight that a ver Dure of increased life and Joy has been the result of the admixture. It the old in tolerance Dies hard and though the Law allows the classes who have no Day to Call their own but one in seven to look at the pictures in Hampton court Palace on bunday it will not allow them to look at the better picture belonging to the nation in the National gallery of the wonders of Art and nature in the British museum. The distinction partakes far too much of the old Blue spirit to be logically or even morally the Ultra Sabbata ians seem willing to fight to the death rather than make offis Small Concession t the spirit of the age but while the Babu Atanas Are growing weak in numbers though pugnacious As Ever in temper the total abstainers Tho friends of permissive compulsion in the matter of the poor Man s drink Are grow ing numerically Strong and besieging the doors of parliament with their Maine liquor Laws and the licensing Bills. They advocate such measures As these not for the Sake it making us All temper ate which is a consummation very devoutly to be wished if Law could bring it about but for the Sake of preventing All but those prosperous people who can Stock their wine cellars at will from pro curing any drink but water not Only on sunday but every Day of the week if a major to of householders Ana rate payers composed of the comparatively Rich and comfortable shall in any City Borough or Uke it int0 their Heads that nobody. No Cora wine Beer or 8nirita within the limits of the same who cannot for Lack of Money and household convenience buy their liquor by wholesale and store it for daily use. Is it right to deprive poor people of their Beer is an old and very pertinent question on a very sore subject borne Well meaning philosophers who perhaps drink chateau Margaux Veuve Clicquot or old port answer yes because the poor never know who they have enough and Are not to be safely trusted with the Means of other philosophers who perhaps reconcile practice withal theory and confine their rotations to Tea or water also reply in the affirmative with their Strong Faith of zealot. They Are intolerant of All difference of opinion and would without hesitancy enforce by the Strong Arm of authority. Wherever they failed to persuade. But the people most interested the multitude of of hard working men and women not Only in great Britain but in All Northern countries indignantly deny the right of the governments municipal or general Orang body of their fellow citizens to dictate to them what they shall eat or drink Orlet what they shall avoid. They insist that for so Beer is necessary to their health not Only As a wholesome stimulant but As an Arti Cle of diet and As medical science As Well As experience proves that it is the abuse and not the use of stimulating liquors that does the mischief the poor claim that the of they have As much Legal and moral right As the Rich to drink what they can afford in such quantities As suits their health and fancy paying the penalty of excess the exactly As the Rich do and which outrage nature exacts with merciless the truth is that the apostolic recommence Dation let every Man to Tully in his own mind applies As Thor ought Yanto to this question As to All other Points of social or religious practice and belief in a land of civil Aud religious lib erty and is not to be weakened in its Rel Evancy or authority by Tho assertion that drunkenness is an evil or a crime from which the mass of Mankind requires to guarded. Gluttony is an evil if not crime but who would make a Blue Law against Over indulgence in Turtle or veni son or any other edible that gourmands or gourmets love habitual and filthiness of person is an offence of the individual against himself As drunk enness is. It a Ala an offence against society inasmuch As it May tend to spread contagious diseases but Are we to have Blue Law against dirt on the person and compel every Man to Bathe himself every Day or to be thrown into a tank or a River by the police in me interest of Public safety to set Forth Alo these things but to slay the slam. We All know them and we All deplore them and if the total abstained pins us in a Corner and shouts in our ears that drunkenness is an impoverishing selfish degrading brutalizing and maddening vice we admit the fact and decline to argue further until he the remedy. A Hundred years ago and even much More recently drunkenness was the Decial vice of the upper classes in country. It was the fashion to be Ultra convivial. Tie Man who could not carry a proper sinful of wine we considered a poor mean creature and. He lost caste accordingly. The three bottle Man In win o 11 o or , in Tut i 1 bacchanalian As our grandfathers and great grandfathers. It was doubtless very stocking and degrading and had there been any professional philanthropists in those Days any dealers in isms and any preachers and spotters of pro Gress it would have been very easy to Jive got up a striking Case for parliamentary interference with the Rich and Aristo cratic in their favorite indulgence. It might have been shown in the words we proceed to borrow from the report of a committee of clergymen of the Church of England presented to the lower House of convocation of the province of Center Bury in feb. 1769 that loss of health and intellect decay of strength disease in its most frightful forms and premature total 1 j Itu c10 tie usual products 01 intern Perance. The family affections were blunted or obliterated the tenderest re i lations were outraged an duct at naught husbands were neglected by their wives wives subjected to revolting cruelty and violence by their husbands and the sin of the Parent was visited upon a stunted sickly and debilitated offspring. In. .1 1 1 1kiuiiueiii, works were applied Otheir reverend authors to the drinking habits of the poor a Vear ago. But Thev would have equal la Well aun lied to the drinking habits of the Rich in the eighteenth Century had legislation been at tempted at that Day with the View of enforcing sobriety on the offending upper classes. The reverend gentlemen from whole report to convocation in 1s69 we have Al ready quoted admit this improvement in the manners of the Rich. They state that while the evil of social intemperance has of late years greatly diminished in the upper and Middle ranks of society no proportionate improvement has taken place among the Labouring classes of our people on the contrary that drinking prevails among them in our commercial. Manufacturing and agricultural districts and in both the army and Navy to a frightful extent and this notwithstanding the multiplied efforts of religion and philanthropy and the Many agencies employed during the last Quarter of a Cen Tury to contract this baneful habit. It would also appear that the vice of item is not confined to the malefic France or to persons of mature age but is spreading to an alarming degree among women and the Young. Indeed it appears that in Many parts of the country the evil begins at the earliest age and that youths and children May be found amongst its victims and thus the physic Al moral and spiritual life of our people becomes infected cd at its Inq not these facts for facts Thev unfortunately Are warrant the True friends of intemperance who comprise millions of people who Are neither total abstainers nor advocates of a Maine liquor or any other Blue Law. In doubting whether perfect Freedom together with education of the mind and morals Are not the Only adequate remedies for habitual intemperance ? the Rich have not been molested by Law or by the inter meddling of organized philanthropy but have been conver Ted from Gross intemperance into decorous sobriety by their own sense of right and Ero piety. Ine poor on the contrary lectured at and preached at. And by the Law As far As Law was Able from obtaining More on sundays the drink they required and to Wincn Iney were accustomed like their ancestors before them and the result a been an increase of drunkenness. It should be borne in mind that the in crease of intemperance among the poorer classes is by no Means Peculiar to the British Isles that it prevails among the americans quite As much As among our selves and that the americans like us. Are afflicted with two evils the want of cheap Good nourishing and unit toxic tin g wine and that like us also they Are seriously Alnico cd with the Tussy of Well Mua Nih but impertinent philanthropists who seeing nothing but the abuse of god s Bounty seek by Blue Laws and otherwise to pro Hibit or to punish its use. Tho tone of american society has not universally attained that High pitch which it has assumed in great Britain and which ostracised habitual offenders against sobriety irom the company of ladies and gentlemen and sends them to Coventry. All the efforts of the Blue Law givers where such Laws have been introduced with a majority at their Back have Only resulted in Transfer ring the Public Sale of Small quantities of intoxicating liquors irom the wine Ana spirit merchant to the apothecary leaving the wholesale Trade to the tree use of All who Are wealthy enough to keep the keys of their own wine cellars a comparison and study of All these fact Lead to the conclusion that Law. Blue or otherwise is of to Efficacy in the enforcement of sobriety and that the real remedies for intemperance Are to be found in a totally different direction from that recommended by the weak people who afraid that their own moderation and that of the poor whom they treat As babes and suckling is not to be depended upon think it Wiser and paper altogether to avoid the temptation which they might not be Able to resist and to prevent every body else including people of stronger will and sense than their Ourn from run ning into it. The True remedies Are to be sought by the poor and the friends of poor where they have been Nuna by the Rich first in social efforts for raising Standard of morality so that the poor la Borer s Wile As Well As the Duchess shall set herself against drunkenness in her Lover husband son or brother As the one grading vice and sin which she will neither forgive or tolerate and second in pro Viding Tor people of Small Means really genuine and wholesome liquor which they May drink at their meals with their families without running any More risk intoxication than the Richer Man does when he drinks his Pale ale or Claret moderation and consumes them not of the Sake of stimulating hilarity but Asar titles of diet As healthful As his bread his beef. In one great and essential respect the poor have not the same Means for protect ing themselves against Knavish dealers and retailers As the Rich have. The Rich Man Lias the pick of the Market a Well As some knowledge of the purity Aud genuineness of the article which he desires Purchase. The poor Man must Deal where be can not always where he would and is to an infinitely greater extent than Rich the victim of the fraudulent traders who first put water in his ale or Beer increase its Quantity and afterwards disguise its consequent weakness infuse tobacco juice Coc Cutts and Tutts and other noxious drugs in it to make it Strong again. It is this stuff which maddens poor and it is against tic robbers and Assa sin s for they arc no better who resort to such practice in order to grow Rich the sooner that the terrors not Blue Laws but of rational and Well con be Side red enactments which it is possible a enforce should be relentlessly penalties against this Aud other Kin dred crimes committed by Small retail dealers in the food and drink of the help less multitude Are Lar too lenient. Occasional Fine of Twenty shillings to Man who plunders to the extent perhaps of double that amount per diem to nothing of the super added poisoning but a Small matter a Mere Feather a touch on the mangy Back of a scurvy scoundrel instead of the forty lashes with the which would be More appropriate punishment. Is to elevate the tone of moral feeling among the poor to teach the Young girls who Are afterwards to be the wives and mothers of poor men How to Cook poor Man s food so that one shilling their instructed hands May go As far two shillings in the hands of the ignorant so that the wives of English workmen May be As Good housewives and Cooks As the wives of the workmen in France is Belgium Holland Germany and this countries which they certainly Are and never have been. These and diffusion of Edu Tion among the. Humblest As would teach them that drunk enness is a greater crime against them selves than against society would be More pm carious in a people than All the Blue Laws Maine liquor Laws that the wit of Man can devise. And it is a cheering fact forthe consideration of those who think thata bumper of Good liquor will end a con test quicker than jury judge or vicar and who Are of opinion with some of the Wisest Best and most. Temperate men who Ever lived that the moderate use of wine and Beer is conducive to health of body and mind that intemperance does no keep Pace with the increase of population but that it is steadily on the decline among the industrious poor. Intemperance though it is a vice that forces itself upon notice wherever it exists is not the vice excellence of our age our people or our country and nos Silv might. V even 1 less so than it is if the Law interfere As utile with the poor Man s liquor Asit does with his beef or bread. The great vice of nor to r to v .16 Are the victims and not the agent the vice or rather the crime which Inin the heart of modern Commerce both wholesale and retail but especially the latter and which leads Trio dealers in Al most every imaginable article that the necessity or luxury of Man requires to de fraud the purchaser either by Short weight or measure or by deleterious scandalous and olten murderous adulteration. Win Beer spirits bread butter Tea Coffee sugar Are but a few of the articles in the Purchase of which the poor and Middle classes Are shamelessly defrauded by Many villains who would invoke All the terrors of the Law against any one who Sho Dlay violent hands upon their tills or pick their pockets of sixpence or a handkerchief and who do not seem to know that the robbery which they themselves commit Are among the worst and most cowardly of All inasmuch As they Are treacherously committed upon the helpless and some times not Only involve the loss of sub stance but of health and even of Blue Laws after the fashion of those of Connecticut could Ever be reintroduced into a civilized Community at the present Day we think they might be very fairly and wholes Mely tried upon offenders such As these and that the prevention or consign punishment of such crimes would be truer philanthropy and far More conducive to the greatest happiness of the greatest number than the stopping of sunday locomotion and the depriving the door Man of his Beer from the Public while allowing the Rich Man his wine in his own club or dining railroads Bonds. Or. Van Trump on the fifth introduced a joint Resolution h. R no. 278 in relation to the Pacific railroads interest paid by the United states on Bonds and directing the Secretary of the Treasury to retain certain funds in his hands for indemnity which was read a first and second time. Or. Van Trump. I desire to have the joint Resolution reported in full. The clerk read As follows. Whereas by a late report of the Secre tary of the Treasury communicated to this House it appears that the Pacific Railroad companies have failed to the interest heretofore accrued upon the Bonds issued by the government of th5 United states in Aid of the construction and equipment of the roads of said companies Wincn interest said companies were by Law bound to and. Whereas also it further appears by said report that the government of the United states As the guarantor of said Bonds has been called upon and compelled As such surety a aforesaid to and has paid the inter est due on said Bonds in the sum of 35, which sum said Railroad companies have wholly failed and refused to reimburse the government of the United states and whereas it also appears by said report that the government of the United states has paid in Cash out of the Treasury for freight and transportation of troops Over Sal j roads the sum of i udut avoid by virtue us 0oiu.ii stipulation. By which the government of the United slates was allowed to retain one of of the amount due for said freight and transportation As indemnity for Saiu liability As guarantor of me ultimate payment of said Bonds and Tho half to be paid Over to said companies and whereas the government of the United. States As a surety discharging the obligation of the principal debtor is in Law entitled to be Subr gated to All the right Aud interest of said principal debtor in and to said fund therefore be it resolved by tie Senate and Bijou of representatives of the United states of America in Congress assembled that the Secretary of the Treasury be and he is hereby instructed and required hereafter to retain the whole of said fund so to become due and owing by the government of the United states to said Pacific rail Road companies for freight and transportation of troops Over said roads As aforesaid and that he apply the same As it shall Mereatter accrue to the extinguish ment of so much of the debt from said Railroad companies to the government of the uni Ted states for account of interest so paid on said Bonds by the government of the United states As aforesaid. On motion of or. Van Trump to joint Resolution was referred to the com Mittee on the Pacific Railroad and ordered to be printed. White men read you your wives and your children have no that negroes Are round to be it enacted by the Senate and Home of representatives of the United slates of America in Congress assembled that All citizens of the United states without distinction of race color or pre Viou s condition of servitude Are entitled Tohe equal and impartial enjoyment off any accommodation advantage facility or privilege Furni died by common carriers in wheel ice on land or water by innkeepers for by licensed owners managers or lessees of theatres or other places of Public amuse or merits by trustees commissioners Sperin Pendents teachers or other officers qxom-m0 n schools and other Public institutions of learning the same being supported or authorized by Law by trus tees or officers of Church organizations cemetery associations and benevolent institutions incorporated by National or to state authority and this right shall not be denied or abridged on any pretence of race color or previous condition of Servi Seo. 4. And be it further enact old that to to person shall be disqualified for services to As juror in any court National or state by reason of race color or previous condition of servitude provided that such person possesses All other qualifications the which Are by Law prescribed and an the officer or other person charged with any duty in the selection or summoning of jurors who shall exclude or fail to sufi of Mou any person for the reason above named shall on conviction thereof Beto deemed guilty of a Misdemeanour and to fined not less than one thousand dollars nor More than live thousand . 5. And be it further enacted that every Law sta tits ordinance an or custom whether National or state inconsistent with this act or Makino ant Dis criminal Tonsay against ant Ferson on accountis of Coloret the. Use of the word White is hereby repealed and what she wanted. A Young lady in Galesburg having set her Cap for a rather Large specimen of the opposite sex and having failed to win the him was telling her sorrows to a couple in other confidants when one of them com for Tedas her with these words never mind. Mollie there Are As Good fish in the sea As Ever was Mollie knows that replied her Little brother but she wants a whale questions. Very which is the worst enemy of society the family that keeps a Parrot or the one whose son is learning to play the Bugle far an editor of a paper in Indiana want9 of to know if modern whisky was Ever to a and seen comin thro the Rye

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