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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - November 17, 1870, Canton, OhioVolume 37. Canton Stark county Ohio thursday november 17, 1870. Number 23. Business directory st. Paul s episcopal Church Corner of tenth and Poplar air Sota. Sunday Loi of Iuva a. And to Lork p. hrs tool. 1 o. Pm i. Thursday to la Oruro. T Oviok. Kev. Jas. Laverty Rotor. C. J. Geiger drugs it East Tuscarawas Avreet. Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. A Rotoli Acker fut Trecet Stark county Democrat a. Mcgregor a Bon publisher and Plin and fancy Job Prini ern Empire Block Canton Ohio Hiram Thurston ook bin and Blank boo manufacturer. All Onia Troia abroad promptly attend we to. Band Ary Narr a Toup Suurs own Tiu Emu. J. B. Mccrea. Furniture. Iealer and undertaker East Tusca rawas is rest Kanlun Ohio. Govt of John p. Rex merchant tailor and dealer american and imported cloth. Cacti Onerea. Yes Linas and Plenta furnishing goods also agent for the so Jar hewing Mac Hine Canton Ohio. Nine t of Prince a Haas Novnit Eraker metallic and Alt kinds of cof Llna. Msv4-Eajnc To hearses always Readl. Ness Rast i a Caracas Street Canton Ohio. Edwin Smith. Photographer. R particular attention Given to copying and enlarging picture. Oval Kramer and Amouma constantly a i Mathewa a Block South Market Street , Ohio. Junola Milf a. J. Douds Hun Renn dentist office up Anatra. residence of Market Street West Side three doors so nth of Public Square. Canton Ohio. All operations connected with the Paul Maalon promptly attended to. Decl or. P. J. Rowan. Licentiate of the College of phys Ciana and surgeons Ontario will receive patients at Ottice and residue three doom East of c. J. Tie Ger drug store up stairs. Hours of consultation a Roku to u a. M., Aud i to a 1 m. Mav Tomse or. J. Ii. S1ddall. Dentist barter Block Canton Ohio. Geoid. Harter & bro., Bankers East Tuscarawas Street. Canton. Ohio Kec Eire ii posits loan Money buy Gold Sil ver Bonda and compound interest notes. Exchange bought and old. S. & e. S. Meyer. Attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office Lanna Miller a new building near Public Square. Nov3 8f"rl. R. S. Shields. Attorney at u. Canton Ohio. Office Eagle Block id floor Over meeting a Buchor s Tut f c. L. Valland1guam, counsellor at Law Dayton Ohio. Will practice the several state and Federal courts. Off Ca . 1h7 third Street first stairway East of the Ohio insurance company. Mar la 7uyl mus. W. Urr. Oso. & Balbis. Raff a Baldwin attorney at Law Canton Ohio. Office to the Eagle Block up stairs. Tano 7utf we. Mckinley attorney at Law office Eagle Block Over National Bank Canton Ohio. June 2t s7. A. C0merf0rd. Robt. X. Campbell. Com be Ford & Campbell attorneys at Law Trump s building Canton Ohio up stairs. French and German spoken. A put Mcgregor attorney at Law and general collecting Agen Carthage Jasper county Missouri. Oeum Harvey Laughlin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. Stltt it Louis Schiefer attorney at Law Canton Stark county Ohio. A. William a. Lynch. Attorney at Law and notary Public. Office Cassilly a Block. Canton Ohio. May toy i " j. W. Mccord. Attorney a Law and Antral collection a Kent Alliance Ohio. Bua Inep to to care will receive prompt attention. Of G. Williard. Nonty 8orreyor office the county reorder a office the Wykidal building a lure he can be found when the City if not any Bui tim wanted can be left with Jacob Kap nicer ,., county recorder who will give due notice Tome. The Law author Iaea the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any writ ing he will therefore write and acknowledge agree Yenta mortgage deed. A at fair prior Aud upon the Short , january 1xv, Letta. Otto Winter alter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and real Erin 4 watches clocks jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly done Short notice t Cagle Block. Canton Ohio. Feb3 to Deuble a brother 4 dealer watches. Clocks jewelry. Silverware fee eat aide of Public Square Canton Ohio. Be pairing done abort notice. J. A. Meyer dealer la american and foreign watches clocks silverware and fancy Good Northwest Corner of Public Square Canton Ohio. A pairing neatly expeditiously and satisfactorily done. We dealer Ileal houses for Sale rent or Exchange for City or farming property. Building lots every variety Price and location for Sale cheap. Monthly payments received and four years time Given. Ottice Bane a Block East 1 a Caracas Street up Anatra. No Lotf h. S. Beldens real estate and collection Agency Corner fifth and Poplar Streeta. Canton Ohio. Farma and town property books hold and honed. Titles exp tuned 1 paid eat Atee settled Leeda Mortgan a leases ac., written Money borrowed and loaned real estate. Coal Aud other Kinde of Mineral property wanted Toj Lena or Purchase. Manly Tuyl a. Eicher real estate agent office above Bane s leather lore. East Tuscarawas Street. Can Ion Ohio May. Iut f Exchange hotel by a Sponhauer. At old depot. Lueata properly cared for. And Belle moderate. Royal a a Whf Jackson hotel Louis obligor proprietor North Market Street t Alliance Daniel Burbeck at the station. Alliance Ohio. Maala always Reading a arrival of st. Cloud hotel c. D. Ely proprietor Publio Square Canton Ohio. July Fis h. Falke dealer millinery and fancy Wooda s opera House Block. Canton Thio. By Milf o. V. A. H. Kuolt Moa Cotmon. No. 4, 0. V. A. A meets every thursday evening at 7 o clock Danne. Miller s new Block. De. E. Men Art. C r. H. Ai Nukui b a Jan Heyl. D. Snavely. County auctioneer would respectfully offer his services to those wishing them. Charges apply at auction rooms . N. E. Corner of Public Square Canton o. Octmm3 american hotel Salem Ohio John a. Dellenbaugh proprietor. This popular and House has lately been refitted and furnished throughout a Good Sample room for commercial traveler. Livery stable connection with the House. And omnibus to and from All trains. Those patronising the House will at All times receive prompt and courteous attention. Aug7u livery. Univ Toiv livery for Eviosic s lot st t., Canton Ohio Earnst mid Flaugh proprietors have the finest Riga the City All Eweing new and Good horses. Conveyances to t reasonable terms with or without Driver oust of notice. Ant person or Persona desiring a Patent Power Litener can have one fur twelve dollars by addressing baj1u la h Kulton Stark county o. A plums educational Washington College , a. Faculty gen. R. E. Lee j. Harris a. A. Professor of a. White. A. Professor of 8. . A. M., prof of modern of i h Rev. J. L. Kilpatr k. 1. 1 prof of moral philosophy. Prof. History and enic Liah literature. u. Suruj a. 31., t ror. . Allan a. Prof. Applied a. Mccall of a a. A. Prof. Natural a. .,1 Itoi. ,.iiemisiry.t prof. Applied . J. W. Lil Akk Nubuor i. Prof. mass1e. A. A. Ass t prof. Modern Tongu Biccs. Lara c. La . A. A. Asa t l of. Math Mali. S Tika Vujs , ass t prof. English Jobeun u r Walker. Ass t prof chemist re and principal of business school. For the present the instruction enc like la divided among the professors of mural philosophy modern Langus Gea and history with the Aid of assistant leu Femer. The duties of this chair Are discharged by the professors of chemistry Aud natural t hello Sophy. I. Acad k.1iic course. The College is divided into distinct schools earn Runy or gummed and Complete itself so Soto afford the Bast facilities fur rendering the . Striction the several branches of education extensive and thorough. The student selects own course of study under the direction of his Arent or the Sci Silty but that motive May be wanting to a Complete and systematic course of eur Eaton the sepia rare schools Sre so arranged that they May to combined into the following menu u1cuis 1. Department of arts. Thia embryo a the a Hila of latin. Fre1renglish, moral philosophy mathematics with two other to 1 elected one from the literary Anu one Rora me Zolemma join. I be degree of Ita Antior 01 Arta la one con erred the who Aunce awfully com pie ten Thia course. S. Department of science. Thia embraces thematic applied he Matiea Nii nral philosophy chemistry French with one other to be elected from the literary Acho Oln. To Tiia course is attached the degree of Nii Cicior 01 science. 8 department of philosophy. Thia embrace entrust modern language Floral . History and Lilieni Ture with two other to be elected one from the literary and one from the scientific achoo la. To Thia come i attached the Degroe of Bachelor of x Hiroso pity. 1 to of master of Arta conferred Audenta who Hare completed the Courne of study nine of the achoo la and have taken distinction seven of theae. Ii. Professional course. The departments of engineering were Ortrun died after the War. To meet a want ions Felt the Bouth of the highest Grade of Acie Tinc instruct Ion these quip Ortuet Profe Shoue. They Are now full end Pucce Safui pc ratio. 1. Depara ent of tii engl Useriu. Matica. Physics mechanics chem try. French English drawing and astronomy. Students who successfully Complete tins course receive the diploma of civil Engineer. 2. Department of Malnin . This embraces mate Matica. Applied mathematics physics chemistry mineralogy and geology metallurgy. Minim. German emt Lish. To Thia course a attached the diploma of mining Engineer. It is or nosed Atill further to extend the practical and scientific departments the direction of 1. Mechanical engineering z. Applied chemistry. 3. Agriculture. Commerce. 8. Department of Law. This embraces the Schnal of t w. A Chi and to it a attached uie degree or Bacheler flaw. Iii. Preparatory depart ment. This has been led temporarily Lor the Bentti t of Young men who Nave been prevented by the War from obtaining proper academic preparation for College. It embraces the subjects of us ii a tree Oliai nematic Glisn. Mode of instruction examination. To secure constant and thorough drilling. The classes Are divided into sections of from Twenty to thirty which Are taught separately. the lower a Lusaka the instruction is mainly Given by lectures Are combined with these. The examinations Aje Boto Oral and written and those Forroi Clenry and distinctions Are thorough distinctions Are Thorou Ith and and scholarships. As special inducements to Diligence threefold medals and tire honorary scholarship the latter covering tuition and College fees Are Annu ally masters of arts Are annually appointed a resident masters with valuable privileges and emoluments. The College educates free of charge All Candi dates for the menu try properly appoints to free scholarships Twenty Liv e Young men intending to nuke journalism their profess Ion. It gives a Long credit to meritorious Young men without Means who wish . The discipline of the College under the control of the president tends to develop Honor Manli Ness and Necessary expenses Are not More than $7t2s or annul. 1 he College fees and three months Board amounting to about $17i, required Are advised to Deposit the funds for their sons with the treasurer experience having shown the benefits of this to the session opens the thursday of september and closes the fourth thursday of catalogues or other particulars apply to. Leech. Clerk of faculty Lexington a. Funesti Betian thirtieth session of this institution will commence monday Roth september 1870,d terminate the Lmh of june. 1871. It is romantically situated the midst of the Beautiful and of the Panhandle of West Vir Ginia easily accessible by Railroad or River and surrounded with the most favourable influences fur student life. It has a property endowment buildings apparatus Library . Of Over and thus enabled to Austain a faculty furnish facilities for a thorough education of the very first order. Ample accommodations Are provided for both Publio and private boarding and unfurnished rooms will be let to Audenta who wish to Board themselves. Courses of instruction. 1st.regular literary course including the ancient languages for the degree of Bachelor of literary and 8cienuhc course for the degree of Bachelor of sciences. 3. The course for Mas ter of arts. The course for master of sciences. Hpe isl courses practical t chemistry. Civil engineering a. Detailed information Ai to these courses will be found our catalogue. Apparatus and museum. The institution has Complete set of philosophical apparatus and students who wish it Are trained the use of Field Iest Ruments also a thoroughly fitted up Laboratory for practical instruction and work chemical analysis and ample museum for the study of natural history. Terms tuition $50 per session. Boarding from 12 to a per week. Unfurnished rooms a per Aea Sion to each student preparing for the ministry. Free tuition to sons of minis ters of the gospel of All further particulars apply for catalogue to prof. C l. Loos. Secretary or to w. K. Pendleton. President bit Hajt. Win plants & Flowers Lewis div Genii nurseryman & Florist offers addition to usual Stock of Al varieties of vegetable so. Flower seeds. Res extensive Plant Bouses Corner of eighth and Plum Streeta. Canton Ohio Are now stocked with the f1sest and Best Geo Wrig plants America. A specially of All new bedding plants which imported the Kali of Laos Are new Rosea new Verbena new fuchsias 3g varieties. New foliage plants be double Geranium 12 varieties. New Tri col or Geranium new zonal Geranium new dahlias new and Harry pm boxes 28 varieties new Heliotrope new had Range new Paa Flora Etc. addition to the above i offer a urge Stock of fruit Sand omame Atal Trees eat Annua shr Abbert at Low rate. Also cabbage tomatoes beet Pepper. Celery and annual Flower Sweet potato plants season. Kedl to me a clix. Canton. March 30. Isto of Akron stage. The. Mail sure leave the st Clond hotel for Greentown and ail intermediate Points to Akron at 730, a. mondays wednesdays and fridays returning alternate Days. Through fare to Akron to. Express package delivered promptly cheaply. Of Rrt f p. Nitman proprietor. Plum bin. City Palij bees. Under the old Constitution of our state numer Ous Publio functionaries were promoted to positions of pm flt and Trust by from the chief executive of our Commonwealth thus Inmany instances persons were elevated to Ottice who had neither natural endowments nor acquire knowledge and ability to qualify them for the position sought and their appointment was hailed More As a Relief to a despondent once seek thana Blessing to those whom they wer to we Are a progressive people and under the new Arran Irementa Thi trs Are . I wi0 Are tin men to Ottice Are uniformly persons of acknowledged ability and Merit and must of necessity Havo been residents of the county for time at least and enjoy the Confidence and popu Lar favor of their constituents Best & Martin City plumbers by Choice if any Are sceptical As to the truthfulness of Thisbe refer to our work which will Bea testimony to the fact. We Here workmen our employ constantly whose work will rival that of any other plumbing establishment Theun Ioa. We prepare Cement lined pipe of p"1 prefer Lead pipe galvanized Iron pipe tin lined Lead pipe. We furnish High pressure boilers to convey hot water int any part of the dwelling Bath tubs Shower by ttys sinks of All kinds Wash stands marbleized Wash bowls. Hydrants Street washers gum Hose nozzles and fountains for Yards ornamental Iron fencing. We also . A hand constantly a general assortment of Gas fixtures and globes and a tip top Gas and steam fitter at commend. A general assortment of steam fittings As Well As soil and earthen pipe Cistern Well and pc orce romps rest r for fipe a Flynn and the celebrated Star coolly a Range w Ticu to arc Inta exc Usita Genis Mistark county. Galvanized t tin roofing eave though co ducting spot Erraa galvanized cd of All styles put the Best manner and snort nonce. We also keep a general assortment of ti1v- w Are Ottil and see our goods and prices i Best it Mattix South Market Street Culon o. Woolen Mills attention Farmers Don t fail to Call at when ton want to buy flannels Good and cheap blankets Good Aud cheap Cassimeris Lwood and cheap sat nets Good Aud cheap yarns Good and cheap new patterns Bright colors Good colors full Width & will Wear. Bring along the Wool Yoa have and Exchange it. Custom work Bone and satisfaction warranted. M1d&lebury Woolen Mills. E Middlebury. dyeing. Conrad Peter French team scorer and clothes cleaner Max Ellin s building East Tuscarawas Street cakt0n, Ohio. A at9, cloaks shawls pants vests of garments cleaned up Short notice and made to look a Well a Armenia coloured s , All work promptly Dene at reasonable left my hands will he Force nest and of three months Jan tot. Wrigley run Rittman soap silk & Woolen Dyer 5 doors West of Post office Catt of o. of every description cleaned equal to Straw hats dyed and and r eat Here dyed and , Berage Merino and Velveta cleaned dyed any color or Shade. Iresema dyed without being taken , carpets Bora a. Men a clothes cleaned and pressed. Warranted to give satisfaction and the Low est terms Junel of thursday n0v. 17 a. Mcgregor editor. Radical officials. Under the late election of Congress pertaining to Larce cities. United states judges appoint supervisors of elections and the u. S. Marshal appoints Deputy marshals and Libi tum to keep the besides the military Grant sent to new 1 Ork his officials there appointed thou Sands to Aid the radicals at the election. The most notorious characters the cite were Penitentiary Birds thieves pickpockets Blackleg 4c, the very scum of the City were Tho chaps selected to do the dirty work of radicalism All at the expense of the Taj Payera. The world has been giving their full names and his tory. E give a few specimens James Frazier supervisor. Arrested tuesday evening for Robbins. A Sailor 1 l o c 1 us lieu x run Orovet of Jio at me Corner of Roosevelt arid water streets. Com Ruit Ted for trial by Justice Hogan. Theodore alias Mike Anthony alias snuffed of 24 Cherry Street a labourer 35 years of ape. Married and nor. Vara write. Anthony was arrested by Detec Uve James r inn of i oort rte cinch july 24,1870, for larceny from the Nerson. And was held firm Kail trial by Justice Hogan. He was indicted la the grand jury the charge the of of August Iasi. Joseph Frazier of 279 water Street is a thief and of to Hiotte i James Miller is the keeper of a den of Prousi upon uie of Dement of 3ou water Bicet James Liu Nican keens a. Similar Don the basement of set Watern Tropf. James Sullivan alias Slocum keeps a to ouse of Prousi upon Ai Osu water Street which is e resort for desperate thieves. Frank Winkle keeps a House of prostitution at 3371 water nor of. The Nilio Are frequently called to quell fights Niue s dears a Nara reputation. The Radical authorities have appointed one John alias bucket Mccabe a supervisor of the eighth tic strict fifteenth Ward. He is now under indict ment for shooting a Man with intent to till. This Reci Friia Unap Vidar Nair Nat Here and was first known to the police for ins sexier by routing emigrants the picture is Tho rogue s gallery at police Headquarters this City. No. 225. A was known As Pat Maddox alias old sow alias Honsey Nichols alias Dennis Mccabe. His real name is Andrew Drews. His wife resides North Pearl Street and the supervisor of the eighth District fifteenth Ward new York i Down the directory As a citizen of Al Bany. Here is the continuation of the list William Lewis is a supervisor the nineteenth Ward. He was arrested vember 22, 1854, for stealing from. Or. Frederick Landmann Corner of third Avenue and seventy secon d Street the following property one Gold watch and Chain one locket ear rings Bracelet Breastpin All valued at $195. The stolen property was found his Possession and the prisoner was committed for trial by Justice Connolly. He was afterwards re leased to go and enlist the army. William alias pomp Harton coloured marshal Twenty secon d Ward. Arrested a few Days since for vagrancy. Lieo Dorfo Arlen marshal eight prison for perjury and keeps Ahouse the resort of pannel thieves pickpockets Mercer Street. Richard o Connor supervisor seventh District first Ward. Has been for years receiver of smuggled cigars from Havanna steamers. L. Ii. Cargill supervisor ninth District ninth Ward Trad i Ctm v Tiit, Kiai Lacourt for robbing the mail. Mart Allen if Arshal eighth Ward ser Ved a term of it next Cut state prison. Sentenced to sing for Nve years by Edge Bedford. His Case was appealed and while waiting for decision he managed to get out bail his Case has been. Decided against him arid he has fled to parts unknown to ply his vocation and help the radicals eke Nucico. Leading Radical journals Grant. Grant s virtual dismissal of Secretary Fox to please the corrupt Summers at Washington Las excited severe censure from the Radical press. But what does Gran s solidity care if anything were wanting to show the corruption and rot tenness of this Grant administration this to the thing. He is the hands of Cam Eron and the corruption lists and seems to be at hone. Delano will suit him. Cox. upright and honest Man did not suit Grant annd his confreres. Here is what some of the staunchest supporters of or. Grant s administration say of Crant s virtual dismissal of Secre tary Cox from the Missouri Democrat. Rep the president has delivered i Over. A com Leta Rantio Iua. Scrupulous men Congress. At their i Tauoa be a Anions pledges and pro fee by huh dismisses Nis most trusty and Honor Able advisers attempt a to rent Rel Stoio elections and makes War upon Tho earliest a ,l.l4. To l f Luiczi Taepu utinans for a Ngenng to Tuc very policy which he pledged himself to support of he fancies that All desire for Reform can be overpowered by his single Unwe be is very much mistaken. The Chicago Republican says it shows us a president who virtually acknowledges himself to be the hands of the worst and most unscrupulous men the Republican party and who readily sacrifices a faithful Friend and Able minister rather than make Issue with them general Grant is All the More excusable this matter because of thegre8t flourish with which his accession to the presidency he announced his Thor Ough Independence of politicians and his determination to keep entirely aloof from them his administration of the govern ment. Johnson s Folly made the 4th of March 1869, a Welcome Day to the Amer ican people. Grant blundering imbecility. V persisted much longer will con Vert the Ith of March 1873, Moo a fit occasion or National thanksgiving. From the Chicago Post the president has made a mistake a mistake that is painful and mortifying he has been surrounded jostled deceived cajoled bullied and at last made a prey of by the swarm of political Summers who live and thrive by a division of the spoils. Misled by these Knavish partisans he has been induced to countermand the orders of Secretary Cox for the purification of the Interior department to overrule and defeat his efforts for the inauguration of the much need d civil service Reform Washington and finally the drive him into premature retirement. From the Cleveland Herald gloss it As despatch May explain it to the extent of the ingenuity of washing ton correspondents the people believe that the resignation of Secretary Cox is due to his firm Endeavor to Reform the civil ser vice. From the Boston. Transcript the Victory the plunder ? is the very fitting title the Washington correspondent of Tho advertiser gives to the statement that. Secretary Cox got rid of anew York political committee has begun to assess the clerks the department of the Interior refusing to listen to by excuses. For the present therefore it is to be assumed that the payment of a fee for party purposes is to be one of the conditions exacted of those belonging to the civil service matter How much the civil service suffers consequence from the Pittsburgh commercial know that he cannot carry with him the Republican party or any considerable part of the people outside of the followers of the fatal advisers to whom he has listened the Cox affair. From the Toledo Blade Are we to president at the command of the invading Host of politicians had surrendered and left other alternative to his faithful minister but to resign ? Why should he think of retiring if have the Assurance that the Power of the residential Ottice would be used to promote the reforms of account of which he is threatened ?. Or. To the coloured sound advice. The following were or. Vallandigham s remains addressed at the democratic Celebration Dayton. Ohio. October 12. Ls70,.tpthe coloured Vours of whom quite a number were present and now allow me a word to our new i v made voters of african Docant t have apologies to make for y tug opposition to Mem Nicu 1 May have said times past nothing now to take Back. opinions upon the question of negro suffrage and Equality remain unchanged. Loud applause but you have fact at least been made Citi zen s and voters and 1 re innit. H. of you speak of me As enemy of Judi Are inn is not Correct. Individually i Havo been a nor t Piotro taken you by the hand when your now Wule mends shunned and cursed Vou. At inv have received Flint. Conv Tiv Abt ,.,. A a nun i t was Uendea you at the hands of 1. I. I r 1r Tjui Suu Uruu Menas Unes that s so we know if i Ort Cal Grad Man Ever asked a personal favor of me for Ocsio Jami a was Aenied and As Well before Vou had Fern you As now i would fave protected you court or against a mob quite As willingly and As earnestly As any other Man. But my oni Nirta h to Ilia tinn of con Ferring political rights upon you Thia Wii ii Vrcic you Espy entertained and candidly and strongly expressed. Yeo if Vuu Luau prove yourselves worthy or these rights and capable of exercising them As Gnu , win men very knee Nuiry and a Man Lik e manner Nyhl Icv Fusa myself mistaken. Your future is your own Nanus but remember that you do not hold the Vinland f a wus haul us Tuio county nor this District loud Cheera. Ivy eau uni. Control tongs by your votes. O v uuuu1cu uic1u Ucic you Are yet rather a source of weakness than of strength to the Republican party. And you owe nothing to that party except the Mere right to try the Experiment of suffrage. Thev did you for your makes but for their own As Yai Kaaua Sou demagogues Joua wan fed vane Imlau inf into office and keep themselves Power. To juju Mey care nothing for of that s so you re right the mama of vim War 1 .ia,. i. Descendants of slaves the South before during the War. At the Point of the Bayonet Thev freed inn a new inns f you if you submit political slaves for their own profit and advancement. And now i who owe Yoa nothing and to whom Vou own less than not Lino Duvli Tirol. By warn you not to organize As a coloured i. Ewart of threatening or attempt ing to make All of your own race and vote As a distinct body. If you do thence assured that sooner or later Tho White race will antagonize you As White men ant Here i re a wat. It Man Tea political struggle we can overwhelm a contest of arms a War of races if Vou provoke it we can crush out and sex i " "uwc1u1c us woo 111time. The Irish do not vote a body neither do the germans nor the Ameri cans born and be assured that a negro party will bring Forth a White mans party. And not Long after will come Vio Lence and bloodshed and judge Crane i dead and general Schenck has new Nei ther Law office District where you can find Refuge. Laugh for " you Wouita prove yourselves Wor thy to be and remain " a. View Ircul Opai ate Ai Yide poetically and otherwise As othe Rifi f 1. 1ww. To. Lucum yourselves win Community which you live. Refuse to be made the slaves and tools of demagogues and when thus you shall have established your fitness for citizenship one will ppr atom ref re Lucy mitc Vouri Lis rights. Remember that i who speak meats works owe you nothing and you owe me nothing but right or wrong wisely or unwisely you have been forced upon us As citizens and i counsel you now As As it May please you but be assured " ume we come when you will say Clun Selea you most wisely and cheers. Sex May or Georoe Cahoot. Of Rich mond one of the pet tools of the reconstructionist Virginia who attempted some time since to hold to his office of mayor which he received by appointment from uen. Sch Ofield after his successor had been chosen and qualified has come to grief and been sentenced to the state prison for four years for uttering a forgery. Ii All the Radical tools of oppression the South could have their deserts meted out to them this Way there would be a very general demand that Section for the crease of prison accommodations. Great Are the changes of thirty years. 1840 Illinois and Missouri were among the smallest population of All the states of the Union. Illinois had three and Missouri two members of Congress total five Only a Many As Tho state of new Jersey now has. They Are now respect ively the fourth and fifth states of the Union the number of inhabitants and at the next census although the Popula Tion requisite for a member of Congress has been trebled they will have their Twenty seve a or Twenty eight members of Congress or about a Many As the Empire state of new York now the population of Missouri is 1,703,000. Counting one vote to a Little Over five of the people Asia Ohio the total vote ought to be at least 350,000. But under the disfranchisement which prevails there of the wealth and intelligence of the state Only 171,000. Were registered at the late election. This would indicate that nearly half the adults Over Twenty e years of age Are not allowed to vote. The Cincinnati times Radical thus upbraid its Republican Coteras ovaries who Are falsifying the election returns we notice that the partisan Republican press seem disposed to find encouragement m the result tuesday probably because it is worse than it is. They had better Tell the whole truth and look out for the new departure that is essential to Suc Cess 1s72. The candidate who said he did not care the snap of his Finger for the opinion of president Grant s interference the local politics of tha stats has Ben elected governor of Missouri. It would appear that the Republican party is becoming generally affected with the same complaint. says the Radical new York Post wherever the administration has attempted to interfere the elections its candidates have been beaten and it is believed that general Woodford would have done better had he not been so conspicuously supported from poetry. Seed Pearl s. Fame. Thou Hast a charmed cup o Fame a draft that mantles High Aad seem to lift this mortal Frame above mortality. Away to me a woman bring Sweet Waters from affections Spring. Thou Bat Green Laurel leaves that twin into Kun proud a Wreath for that resplendent gift of thine heroes have smiled death. Give me from some kind hand a Flower. The record of one Happy hour mrs. Maia. Tha world May scorn me if they choose i care but Little for their flings. I May sink for moments but i Ribe again for shrink from doing what the faithful heart inspires. 1 will not Natter Fawn nor Crouch nor Wink at what wealth or Power desires 1 have a loftier to which my soul aspires. father thou Hast knowledge Only thou How dreary tis for women to sit still Winter nights by solitary fires and Bear the nations praising them far off. Is it hard Yon think at least tis Mournful. Fame indeed twas said Means air Opl lore. It was a Man said that. Or. Browning Aurora a Vijh. If to spurn at Noble Praise be the passport to thy heaven. Follow thou those gloomy ways Auch Law to me was Given. Mark a l. Nor Fame i slight nor for her favors Call one comes unlocked for if she comes at All hut if the Purchase costs so dear a Price. As soothing Folly or exalting vice of i if the Muse must flatter Lawless Sway. And fallow still where Fortune leads the Way or if basis Bear my rising name. But the fallen ruins of another s Fame then teach me. Heaven to scorn the guilty Bays drive from my breast that wretched lust of Praise l blemish d let me live or die unknown of Grant honest Fame or Grant me none i Ope Temple of love. And yet Earth brings its Joy to Loving hearts and fairer than the fairest Flowers Are the new Hopes that Bloom along the w As we walk mid the Golden hour. And is the love of hearts not Beautiful ? yes As Tho harmonies above the voice of All creation which proclaims All its realms the Power of love. And is the love of hearts not Sweet ? yes Sweet sweetest of All Earth s store of Joys and All Ita tender Sweet Nesses foretell the Bliss for evermore. And is the love of hearts not Good yes Good and blessed for the smile of heaven Falls it and All Earth and life Are spheres for Noble thoughts and actions give. And so Earth brings its Joy to Loving hearts and fairer than the fairest Flowers Are the new Hopes that Bloom along the Way. As we walked mid the Golden hours. Rev. Charles Naismith. Select Story. A dinner of herbs. Xie tween eight and nine o clock a Fine september morning a Vouge married couple stood together at the window of a charming Little Bouse pleasantly situated at the neatly appoint breakfast equip age had not been As yet removed by the Spruce maid Serva but the meal had concluded and the master of the Little cottage was about to take departure by train for the scene of daily labors. Robert de Willow was Only a solicitor s confidential clerk and a. Salary of rather less than the much abuse d three Hundred pounds per annul yet he contrived to find be very tolerable . The whole. He was a Fine honest face Stalwart person about thirty to o or Threa who loved his friends his old Mother and Sisters and adored his pretty spoilt wilful Loving wife a a next eve d. Petulant a Ehi Roiner Little women ten years Nis Junior. The morning was splendid the room was cheerful the servant Mai d brisk and willing and the eggs and rashers had been unexceptional Tho Coffee Clear the Rolls esp and the butter really butter. Yet for All that As she stood Ami the Flowers her w herself her White dress and Blue ribbons tha most attractive object there there was a sullen pout Sel de Willow s pretty Mouth that was not pleasant to see. Come. Dear. I must to two said her husband. I think. I shall be Home Early to a y. Yon promised me a roast leg of pork you and you promised me that rav notre antique at Swan and Edgar a retorted the Taay Sui Auy. But dear i had notion wires were to expensive. W by. Thev wanted Twenty guineas Lor Well Why. It is the twelfth Dart of our whole year s uni i it was to please me 7" to please you i would make a Cood Many sacrifices Yoa know Well my dear Lina but if i were to try to please you at that rate i should soon be the bankruptcy Lina tossed her Golden head contemptuously. ".besides, what does my Little wife want with such Superb fabrics " Atid her Hus band laughing. No Lina. Leave mores to Duch esses. I like you Best your White mus Lin. There i must go give me a kiss and do forget the pork. Bye by e i you la to Batter temper d when i come Home poppit.". And whistling cheerfully away hurried Rabert de Willow to catch tha train to London bring e. Miike most of her sex Liina could Nave borne any opposition better thaa her Hus band s imperturbable Good Tempe r. She was oat of humor. And she knew it. She wanted to quarrel and she would quarrel and she could to because it takes two parties to a quarrel and her husband had Sot afforded her the slightest excuse for giving Way to her sooner was he fairly out of sight than the Little woman rang the Bell furiously. Ann yes a the greengrocer Calls turnips and yes a am.". And when the Butcher Calls a leg of Mutton for and there was a malicious twinkle mrs. De Willow s eyes Ann opened her Mouth wide with astonishment. Lorma am i thought master said something about roast never mind what your master said " but a am remonstrated Ann boldly master can t Bear boiled Mutton and then i be got the onions for the put your Bonnet immediately. Ann " returned her mistress with Stern dignity and go to the italian warehouse and order a bottle of and with a look of dismay Ann vanished. Of my Ain t she a tartar " muttered she As she quilted. Mrs. De Willow watched her servant close the door and then smiled Triumph Antly. There i " exclaimed she such a tone As Alexander the great might have adopt be d after a decisive Victory there i think i be done it five o clock approached the. Dentil Low s usual dinner Hou r. Tho boiling Mutton began to give signs and tokens of its presence the House and Lina s favorite Little dog sniffed the Savory odor the passages and clobbered anti Cioa Wingl y. Dear me i wish Rbert would Koine thought Little mrs. De Willow. The Mutton will be boiled to a Quarter past five half past but master of the House forthcoming. Lina grew exceedingly angry. How dare he Tesse me like this ? " she asked herself. It must be owned that there a nothing All the world so trying As waiting for expected person who does not come and the Little woman had this additional incentive to anger that she had intended to play her husband a trick and it seemed As if he were turning the tables her. She thought of serving up dinner Ahe was fond of boiled Mutton but then she to d lose her anticipated laugh and besides her wifely instincts revolted from such apiece of selfishness As half past nearly seven and Robert de Willow the Little woman s anger had All gone. She is now seriously alarmed. Thrice had she descended to the Kitchen to Confer with Ann each time less angrily and More anxiously and she was already thinking of paying her servant another visit when Ann herself with Hasty and unceremonious Knock entered the parlor. The girl looked flurried and alarmed. Of. If you please a am you re not to be frightened but or. Hodges the station master has sent up to say As there s a Accident the line " what ? " screamed Lina Pale As death and with awful Sinkina of the heart. " a Crystal Palace train have run into the four third please a am and seven teen persons Are killed and a Many Woun ded its near new Cross a am. Them accidents is always near new of sobbed poor mrs. De Willow. Nil. ,1, . Be lost the Oest stand my poor Noueri Alia i so wit ked to him us of. Law to if you please a am master Ain t killed. Here s a Gram As or. Hodges said i was to give to you. It ought Mohave come a hour and a half ago but wore delayed m the confusion. Them Grams always is delayed somehow added Ann . Lina be izod the paper and Tore it ran thus t be alarmed. Fright Jui we Vieni at into Cross. Am making myself useful to sufferers. Khali Lake cab Home. Don t Wail the intense Relief of her heart Lina sobbed convulsively and made inward vow never to be so petulant and exacting Mitre. a Moon of mad penitence she sat upon the sofa forming hosts of Good resolutions until the sound of cab wheels fell boy full Hor ears. two minutes More Robert de Willow was the parlor clasping the penitent Ittie woman Nis arms. Of Rob dear i m so sorry and i be been so Ingn tend i u never be Cross again i sobbed she. The husband stroked her fair hair ten deny but did not reply lie judged it better to let her tears have their course. At last he said Wall dear it s All right now so let us go t of those poor people killed 1 i could t eat any nonsense there were people killed Only a score of broken arms and Why exclaimed the Little woman Surprise Ann told me there were seven teen persons Robert de Willow launched. These sort of things Are always Glossy exaggerated. He said. But come i want my dinner Oddi Don t perceive onions. Of Bob dear sighed his wife color aug to roots Otner Nair a l m so sorry but there s nothing but by boiled Mutton for the Good fellow winced for a moment but he comprehended instant How matters stood and said gently Well Dearest a certain grand old Book says better a a dinner of herbs where love is than " Lina kissed him impetuously. You Are Angel Robert a Good Man and i am a weak Little thin not wicked pet of Robert she said earnestly As she Hung round his neck Bear with me and forgive me forgive you my Darling said her husband returning her Caress. Have we not All need of forbearance and forgiveness v dinner s ready please sir cried Ann entering with a covered smile her face. Weil. returned her mantra Good hum Ore and As if boiled Mutton were his favorite dish i am hungry enough to do credit to your Little mrs. De Willow with a feeling of intense shame took her seat at the head of the table. Ann removed the covers. The boiled Mutton sadly overdone was there it is True but opposite. Her master Ann had placed a splendid Rump Stea k pie which she had covered Over to produce the greater effect when disclosed Lina cast a grateful Clance at her ser vant whilst Robert de Willow said this is famous but How is it. Ann ? i thought boiled Mutton " Well sir said Ann. With a gratified smile and a sly glance at her mistress i thought As master Don t like Mutton and the Butcher s boy had a Fine Steak his tray i d make a pie my own you have done Suilo Ritoh Tiv. said her mistress and show Good Burely a merrier dinner of herbs never was than that seasoned As it was by a renewal of love and Confidence Between the married couple. Mrs. De Willow often spoke of it afterwards As the commence ment of a Long and Happy life. From uie people s a Leary companion. Cheap portable Fence. Exchange the following description of a cheap Fence that May be erected for permanence or can be easily moved take a full Fence four pieces of boards six inches wide and of common Lenorth. Sixteen feet. To these put three cleats one at each end and one the Middle failed with either hammered or with Good eight eight Penn y Cut nails annealed or at least those that will Clinch Good. These will make Pannels easily handed and when set up the desired place let each alter Nate pannel have cleats face opposite directions. The ends of the boards would but up to the Cleat the other the boards this Little space Are double. A pair of stakes Are then to be driven into the ground the top boards resting the stakes where they intersect they also rest the top Edge of the second boards from the top. this Way the stakes serve As a vice to hold the whole together. The stakes can stand straight enough so that but Little ground will be lost from Cultivar Salt for Swine. While All other do Festic Uii Mala Are regularly supplied with Salt the Hoa is generally neglected. He requires however to be As constantly supplied As the of. Ine Norse or Tae sheep and butlers As much for privation As either of the above named animals do. His food is almost invariably Given to him a fresh and unseasoned state and to this fact we May doubtless attribute Many of the violent and fatal diseases to which he is subject and which Staycer All remedies however from Nelv and skilfully administered. If the food be not regularly seasoned there should be a trough or Box every Sty. which Salt May be deposited regularly for the use of me animals reasoning the food judiciously would be much the Best Way. As seasoning the food of the hog is mentioned above let it be understood that Salt ouly is Here alluded to for if any person should try seasoning with Pepper they will make a great mistake for As much Pepper As will suffice for a Man s dinner will kill a hog. Rice pit Diko. Wash thoroughly a Tea Ca p full of Best Rice add half a cup of White sugar a quart of water and the same of milk. Bake slowly four hours stirring occasionally except the last hour. A cup of Rasins is improvement. Rhode Iblas Kowk bread. One quart Indian meal one pint Rye flour a Small cup of molasses one teaspoonful each and Salt with hot water thin it enough to pour bake three hours. Blanks. Warranty deeds with and without Dower clause. Mortgages single and Dou ble quit claim deeds administrator executor and guardian deeds chattel mortgages summons subpoenas executions Etc., of the most approved form kept constantly for Sale at this offie. Of. Miscellaneous. From the Chicago Tribune Why Money is scarce. There is a plethora of Money Newi. Jiuu lne sub Lrea s-,7rv is full and ,. J ,7uv, have More than the i . The rates of discount Are easy and .-?n? urge is Down to is True of new York the Ca teis reversed at the West. We Are Short of t ,.uuc Anas Are drained and Exchange is scarce. There Are Shiva Ali. 1 Tkv .1 Liuio but Ruev Arft Naii , Ujj Tunny incidental tothe fact that we have purchased As Heavil Yas tiaila.1 imm k. T7. I undiminished dnn.t1"16 i i help to of Exchange old at average reduction from last year s prices. The balance test us h Tad to make Good Tir to the. "vu8 commode work h v ytr.urp1oductlons Lyon you room a 1 a having " c,.Al.unl a year Wein Money. W",1,Cuca 10 Pav the difference West or 6 ,1 of Tho of our Tariff appt re at of the effect raise Grain provisions and to a cloth Glass and c to "5 Iro finl. 7i- a Isku can Only receive the pried paid i Liverpool Ess the Cost an5 charges Fortran Doril. the. A foreign crops Belarge our prices recede and we. Must sell a tates Rule during the when we come to Purchase our sup few be the a Strong the Law is interposed and we Are compelled to pay prices fixed by a Tariff we Hava re. R 77 Lish. Merchant Only buys american Grafa when he cannot get Otner at lower rat Sand never pays a Farthing beyond the Price at which other Grain is offered him. Byumg his bread and provisions he has to Wuorio world to choose giving of course the preference to the countries that the Yuu m Exchange for the inf i i. J United states upon compulsion and never t 6" Nuat be wants when we come to buy our Iron Cotton and Woolen goods Glass cutlery boots and shoes the government interposes and Tellus we must do one of two things Ait Herbuy what we want at Home paying 60cent, More than can get the same or by Vine from w. T. I 77 Ouave Ueen Bud mitting to this outrage for so Many year that a flt. Lunan. 1. A i i a. Eau Siuea Aown the belief thai. It. Too o. ". " a cd Poncy and Solon a prices of bread stuff s remained uiiv.uu8cu Iney paid special attention to its operation. But the fall bread signs Lonngs the Case Home to Vul the most Telona Monnar to. Of Luce of Cotton and Woolen goods of Iron and of All the necessaries of life which Wehr Reto buy remained fixed by Law. Whethe Nepf Lush Xii a at Tihoi L by. Buy a aloes Duy All he Nearls m ,.n. A. Ii Jimr Kei be can obtain it cheapest we Havana Choice. . 1, 1uaa a lao am Meers alone the Frontier Mel up iii Staves and headings to the value of $1,000,000 pne of Salt m Cadiz is about 12 Censner Loo win do to i ii r. Bui Uincent 01. Stavesand headings would therefore Purchase Inland 17. Nit Man t,.l a ,.j faunas of Salt Asu cents Are rinio.,4 a 6v error. The government interposes and prohibits " outes for sail under ap8naliy i1? its sold per 100ifpounds shipper persists making thee Chanse. A h rent a. W tis vessel empty be must Lay aside 18 cunts Goia to the pay penalty for every 1 cents he expends Salt and instead of t $ Elde Vaine f his Staves insult he Nedi to juju a Ivurnia of article and $500,000 Gold to pay the producers subjected to precisely the same Send Grain abroad and Are compelled to take such prices As we can obtain. I we Send $1,000,000 Worth of bread Tuffs Tollver Dool r. . N a.7 Ciui lieu 10 Purchase that amount of col Wother Clos we need or if we do we just Divide our Money so that for every Dollar s Worth it for Rrt a t a. I i i t a Wesna aye from 60 too Oil Tai fold Mill ill 1i or us Iran us to making the Purchase. If As is the Case now. One prior of bread stuffs has fallen say to per cent then we must Bear Theis if of thelic Luluon and Havo Only$800,000 Purchase goods and pay the since Isis o us Jiuu i two years the once of de 40 per cent. Under the operation of me Lann we have to produce 40 per cent More 1870 to Purchase the same Ouan flt of Len uni. 1 1 1vj it Auu Nara Ware than we Bourrut Leififi or .t 3 i v. Adj now Lluu Iuka tour crop Forward 40 per cent of ten to Annaa 41,. A i m ,. . Liuti now. Laai Nithe average Spada of --.,i ii ing. Furniture Iron and All other manufactured goods. To be Soma. I Oca it requires 40 or cent inf. I. v i Oulu of Purchase Mem now Tolian " did in186& the 40 menu the Dollar has Tobe made Good by that much increase labor or that much drawn from previous savings. Those who wonder Why it is that with our incr Fojud , Nuu increase production we Are constantly expending All we earn and addition a e compelled to encroach upon our accumulations will inthe True explanation tha fact that the prices of All we have to buy Are up held and maintained by arbitrary enact Ella or. 11 ,. ,. I i ale to sell what we nmn ups tie ,o4a i r tau get. Tithe barriers which Congress has erected org vim uis people but Crana Wpm Romonaa. It . 1 which confiscates 60 per cent of our earn Ings to subsidize others were repealed we should find immediate Relief and to property which is now flowing away from us would remain the Fin Ranf . . Ful owners. Figuir saw dust As manure. The common practice of throw Nir thai. Marucie into me streams which saw Mills and Shingle Mills Are situated is Rev re sensible. It would not pay to spread it upon a uen swamp out upon any Sand land or Light Gravelly Loam deficient vegetable matter it would prove a Good dressing and time would Snow Good re sults. The Best use we have Ever seen input to was bedding Tor. Animals stables. It is excellent absorbent Aud will keep cows clean even better than Straw. It is also a very Light Handy article the Hen Nery Aud More cleanly to handle than muck common open privy vaults. The article is Merchantable cities and is quite extensively used upon floors eat ing saloons and for other purposes. At country Mills it can generally be had for the carting As Mill Owera Are glad to to rid of it. It is a Good substitute for Straw and this is now Worth so much for manufacturing purposes Many parts of the country that Thrifty Farmer can afford to use it for bedding to boast a Goose. Chop a few Sage leaves and two onions very Fine mix them with a Good Lump of butter a teaspoonful of Pepper and tw6 of Salt put it the Goose then split it Lay it Down and dust it with flour when it is thoroughly hot Baste it with Nice lard if it be a Large one it will require hour and a half be Foro a. Canna Alpar it a unix . Dredge and Baste it pull out. The Opit and. 1 111. T. 1 pour a. Mue Usu aug water. To boil meat to perfection it should be done slowly plenty of water. A the water Boila away add Mora hot wafer of boiled too quickly the outside of the meat pc cuties a pug not allowing me neat to penetrate readily the inside remains raw. Boiled meat is Best for invalids. Sex and wages. The Christian Union contains a Brief article this subject the following words a e feel that intuitively when a woman does the same work As Aman she should i have the same the words look fair and sound Well and seem Good yet it somehow happens that intuitive feeling Svery Little to do settling Tho knotty problems of the world and nothing at All to do settling this. We All know that always All countries the a Crago Wace Sof women have been lower than those often l o what is the fact attributable legislation has not determined it Publio sentiment has not established it therein a Law somewhere which it has it birth and finds its perpetuation. The rapacity of Power the hands of brutal men is responsible for the oppression of woman Here and there the matter of wages As it is for the oppression of Man but it has nothing to do with the general fact to which we allude. Nor is the Law of demand and Supply of which so much is said primarily or principally Active and de terminating this matter. But there. Law easy to and by the candid Obser. .1t. R41 1 1 Stab Deply ment or agent of labor which has the higher value shall command the greater,.-return for use and operation. The owner of the mastiff that turns a churn cannot expect to receive for his work As the Man who furnishes a horse to. 1perform the same service. The Horsa is a Hundred times More valuable than the dog As a motive Power. It is the dog not the horse that settles the Price at. Which churning can be done. We May feel intuitively that the dog ought to command the Price accorded to the horse but the tact is that the horse must Cometo the dog s Price or lose his work at Tho chum entirely. The illustration is Honiff by and perhaps extreme but it has tha advantage of being forcible. Let us try another. The cheapest Penknife a Man can use is one that has a single Blade adapted to the making of pens. If he Sist having one that bears not Only a Penknife Blade but also a Gimlet Cork screw toothpick Glove Buttoner. , file saw lancet and Hoof Hoo he must pay for it the Market Price. He must not expect that because he proposes u use Only the Penknife Blade he can buy it at the Price of the Penknife. It is entirely legitimate to Divide labor or s into three classes viz., men women and children Points undoubtedly which woman is Superior to builds railroads and furnishes them with engines and cars and operates constructs ships and steamers and navigates them. The great work of production and Commerce is done almost sex Clu sively by Man. If woman spins Man makes the spindle and the Power that dives it if she weaves he invents and builds. The loom. Short he. Is. Just a much More valuable than " a woman a Al Borer As a woman is More valuable than " a child and it is Thia fact which deter " mines that his wages shall be greater than0inan b pretty Gene rally. Understood that women Are quite. As Good teachers As men yet we know that a a Rule they do not get the same wages that have been paid to men the same May feel intuitively that they ought to have the same but Only exceptional instances will they have. The More generously woman is paid for her labor the better will All generous men be please but the truth is that Tho labor of neither Mennor women is said generously Thia world As a Rule. Both must be count with Jualice and Justice determines thai Man to the most capable and valuable labourer shall rce Cive most for his time r there arc some kinds of work that boys can do As Well As men but nobody claims that because a Bobbin Boya a Bull can " do As much and. As Well As a Man at his particular work he. Should therefor have a Man s Wales Orup a woman of " a ujust wages Are those which his value a a Laurier we command mors less. Mania Reano Siklo fr., -1 jul against woman sins for which we Ara glad to him called to account but for this Law he does Nanna a. Vow i a 1to countable. Human valation can More change it than it can modify thoth Asean Hift Mem a. ".www. New Siuw Jiu ciby or bestowed will upon woman. Aid Tiff to r. 1 i t 1r e. it., Maer Vaiuso a a labourer la Limilo. ,l. U to. Cd Arjen Vaju a determined by her value As a labourer at " woman cot 10 build a House or a steam Trina Ken or. Vij. A. Could command a Man s at teaching wage pm. U 11 .1, Vul our uni iii Anu one must Talethe wages of a is curious to notice this connection How the realm of creative Art Thia Lawis immediate Etc of. Suida to. I to body is counted out the instrument. Of labor everything becomes equal be tween men and women. The authors Ofloy hair and of Adam Bede stand upon the same ground. Tho poet laureate mrs. Brown intr Flou u inn Annj. I she soared above him and was missed. Rosa Conneur commands As Fine a pric for her Nice Nipa w pm aeon v. Uc1 countrymen whose works adorn Tho Walla of to. I. 1, Gainery. Misa los mer and mibs Foley Are the associates and. Equals of Rogers and Story and Masc iii equal of mrs. Stowe lha valiant a it comes to simple Braina and Aby form of f creative Art the sexes Are common " ground. Whenever woman has a special gift of god through which she works feb Rev Thyl world . 1. 1. Luikim for Ner sex its value Miv a rrrnrl., Ted it. A. . Liu v Ever commanded Auch Reward a has Beeh y poured into the Lap of Jenny Lind. I Misa Dickinson Arnnld not a. Mph Diu is a Man the exercise of her special gift Nunn to. Ltd. J.uru.uslumliim1iun Man Tinaa Innarelli not a risk to. R Rrt. 1 e " to. Iii Tesis 01the labor Market touch Only common bowmen is with Reia Uon to the common work and to Long a Man alone has the Power to Deal with the rough forces of. Nature and to practise the Arta of prod cuon and Commerce so Long will his time be adjudged of greater value than woman s. A word to fathers. Have read a Story of a Little boy who when he wanted a new writ of clothes begged Mother to ask father if he might have it. The Mother suggested that the boy might ask for himself. I would said the boy but i Don t feel Well enough acquainted with him there is a Sharp reproof to the father the re i of his Aon. Many a father keeps . Children so at a distance from him. That. They never feel confidentially acquainted " " with him. They feel that he is a sort of Monarch the family. They feel Milianti with him. They fear him and respect him and even love him some for. Children cannot help Loving siae every body about them but they Seldom get near enough to him to. Feel intimate with him. They Seldom go to Bun. With their Little want and trials. They approach him through the Mother. They toll her everything. They have a nigh v Way to her heart which they go and out with perfect Freedom. this keep ing off plan fathers Are to blame. Chu. Dren should not be held off. Let them come near. Let them be As intimate with the father As Mother. Let their Little hearts be freely opened. It is wicked to freeze up the Leve fountains of Hole hearts. Fathers do them injury by living with them As strangers. This drives r Many a child away from Home for the Syra path y his heart craves and often. Into -. Proper society. It nurses discontent and distrust which Many a child does not out grow his life tim. Open your hearts and your arms of fathers tie free with our children ask for their wants and trials Nav Tveith . Of. 1 v. T 1u.u1.1d it them truly and then they will not need a mediator Between themselves and you. Mary Jane Bartov let Vaul 41 1 a rat living with her Uncle Elijah Barton Nea Claysville. Guernsey was a riled k him the 20th ult. She had truck Ayou Uger sister and he seized a stick of Wood and struck her the head crush ing her Skull and killing her almost . Stantly

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