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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 21, 1870, Canton, OhioV. fmtx0m? volume 37. A re v. Calmur Takk county Ohio. October 21 1870 business directory st. Paul s episcopal Church Corner of tenth mid Poplar Street. Sunday service my o clock a. Milf t o clock p. Hulday bal tool. T o clock 1. Thursday Cre am lecture. 7l- o clock. Kev. Ja3. C. Laver to Rector. C. J. Geiger. Druggist East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. American hotel. By as1 Kuth Salui. East. Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. April6 7otf Stark county Democrat a. Mcgirr juror son pull or Plain fancy Job Printer Empire Block. Canton Ohio. Hiram Thurston. " Book bind Blank boo manufacturer. All Ordra irom abroad promptly attended to. Bind Ery Harter e Block up Attura. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea. Furniture dealer undertaker East Tut a Rawa a tree t. Canton Ohio. Nov it John p. Bex merchant tailor dealer american cloth. Lvii Raitt for Tho sinner Ohio. Mny4 to Prince Haas under Bukera the Tell All kind of coffins Al Waya hand. Two Uca Raea always Road i area st i Mac Tarawa i Street Cantou Ohio. Edwin Smith. Photographer a particular attention Given to copying enlarging Pierre. Oval Frame albums constantly hand. Kolonia Mathews s Block. Bouts Market Street. Canton Ohio. Jilk a t a. J. Douds burgeon Dentt a Stair. residence Market Street w4 aide three doors South o Publia teu Are. Cunt on. Ohio. All Ouer Tiona connected with the ural cation promptly attended to. Puerto or. P. J. Rowan licentiate of the Coll Iee of physicians sur Geon. Ontario will receive patients at his Otyce residence three door East of c j. Geiger drug store a Attar. Hours of consultation from to w a. M., 1 to 3 p. Mays5"70mo or. J. H. Siddall dentist Bartar a Block. Canton Ohio. Geo. D. Harter &. Bro., banker East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio receive Deposit loan Money buy Gold nil ver Lloyd sad compound interest note. Sex e usage Bongot s. Pc e. S. Meyer attn Neya at Law. Canton Ohio office Lanoa Niller a new building. Dear Public Square. Nov Wylli s. Shields attorney at Law Canton Ohio. Office Eagle Block i id floor Ever Geeting k Liu Cater a atore.july7c. L. Valland1gham, counsellor at Law Dayton Ohio. Will or Artlice the Jereral state Federal Courta. Otyce. No. 4a third Street first stairway a Secof the Bio Quaw Kun toy i Eso. W. Arr. Eso. A. . Raff & Baldwin attorney at Law Canton Ohio. Office the Eagle Block up Stair . Attorney at Law office Eagle Block Over National Bonk Canton Ohio. June 07 " j. A. Come food. Robt of. Campbell. 0merford t Campbell Atte Neya at Law Trump s building Canton Ohio up Taira. French German spoken. Be pal a tr err str attorney at Taw general collecting Aren cartilage Jasper county Missouri. Oculto Harvey Laughlin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio tit of leu 8cava. Jct at tax Lbw. Sci fer & Garnett attorney at Law can toe. Stark a panty lilo. Funel 7um4 William x. Lynch attorney at Law notary Public. Office inca Aaili a Block Canton Ohio. May toys Juv Mcgordy attorney As Law Caa Cral collection agent Alliance Ohio. Business entrusted to his Core will receive prompt attention. 2tf j. G. Williard unto Surveyor office tie county recorder s office the Wykidal building where he can be found when the City if not busies a wanted can be Uirl Wiki Jacob Kap Lintur esq., county recorder who will give due notice Law author Xea the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of writ h will therefore write acknowledge agreements mortgagee deeds a at fair prices upon the shortest Otloe. Canton january 1&, 1408. Otto Winterhalter. Practical watchmaker jeweler dealer watches clocks jewelry silverware re pairing neatly done abort notice o i Katle Tilock. Canton Ohio. Feb Clit Deuble & brother dealers watches locks. Jewelry silverware a East Viilo of Publio iii Are. Cauton Ohio. Kep Airin Doue Short notice. J. A. Meyer dealer american foreign watches clocks silverware fancy Good Northwest Corner of Public Square Canton Ohio. Hip Biriuk neatly expeditiously satisfactorily done we Thompson. Dealer real estate. Dwelling houses for Amie. Rent or Exchange for City or farming property. Building lots every variety Price location for Sale cheap. Monthly payments received an. I four Veara timegiven., unit Diane a Block Ai i up stud re. Nov Alf " ii. P. Beldens Keale Sute collection Agency Corner fifth Poplar Arveta Cuntin Olno. Farms town property bought Eskild hooted. Aex Mineu 1 Acca paid estates settled deeds . A. Written Money borrowed loaned real estate. Coal Ether kinds of Mineral property wanted to leave or Purusha a. Jan 111 titty i q. Ecuer. Beat 4aa agent office Alove Diane a leather Tore. East Tuscarawas Street Caslon Ohio May 7o- of. Exchange hotel by a Sponhauer. At old depot. Lueata properly cared fur by moderate. Mali a uhf v Jacison hotel Louie obligor proprietor North Market Treel. Alliance House by Daniel Sourbeck at the station Alliance Ohio. Meah always. To arrival of st. Cloud hotel c. D. Ely proprietor Publio Square. Canton Ohio. July7 Rorr a. Falke dealer millinery fancy Gooda s opera House Block Canton Ohio. Jail of o. V. A. Baa Lemoa cock in. No. 4, o. U. A. M., meets every thursday evening at 1 o clock. Dan or. Miller e new Blodau. De. E. Menart c. R. H. Alamo. R. 8. Jang fill j. D. Snavely county auctioneer would respectfully offer Hia Eer Vicea to to note winning Nero. Charge a Rea enable. Apply at auction rooms. N. E. Corner of Rewwa quere Anion a. Oct american hotel Salem Ohio John a. Dellenbaugh proprietor. This popular House has lately been refitted furnished throughout a Good Sample room for commercial travel Era. Livery table connection win the House omnibus to from All trains. Those Patron the House will at All times receive prompt courteous attention. Aught of livery. Univ Toiv livery Crevoisie s lot st st., Canton Olio Earnst Middaugh proprietors --1tte have the finest rigs the City All beef new Good Hora a. Conveyance tot reasonable Terma Wlton or win out Anver. Oust of notice a person or Persona de airing a Patent Home Power Valtener can have for twelve dollars by addressing 8ami Al Mathie r t Alai t Ulten Stark county o. Eff a. J ,. Educational. Washington College lexis to a. Faculty gen. R. E. Lee. Carter j. Harris a. A. Professor of White. A. M., professor of Aurvek. Us ski e. Joys pm. A. M., prof of modern Lana rinses. Pro Feeser of i. Rev. J. L. K1lpatkick. I. Prof of moral philosophy. To. By .it., . Allan a. Prof. Applied u. Mcculloch a. A. Prof. Natural philosophy. ,.a Vai .n., Nemi atry. ". Prof. Applied . J. V. Hulti k Kex Koum prof. m Assle a. A. Ass t prof. Modern c. Lyle. A. Masa t prof. Mathematics Cha it i. He a. Raved a.m., Asa t prof. Beugli Joseph b. Walker. Ass t prof chemistry. principal of business school. It the inst Netlon .hah divided anuii7"l professor of moral philosophy. Roou ern Lii Cox ites Aud history with the Aid of assistant professor. T l he duties of this clinic Are Dischn tired by the professors of cli mistry natural philosophy. I. Academic course. The Coll of. Is divided into distinct school each full organized Complete itself so ski for rendering the instruction the several branches of Ducat extensive thorough. The student selects Hia own course of study under the direction of had areal or the faculty hut that motive May be wanting to a Complete systematic course of separate schools Are so arrange that they May be combined into the following de 1. Department of arts. This embraces Tho Ahw i of latin greek Momi . thematic wit two others to if elected from the literary from the sir Tufic the a Corroa of Hunglu Lor of Art f Conff Rcd the Stu Peiu Succoso Uii completes this course. 2. Dopart Clit of science. This embraces mathematics applied Mathe mat natural philosophy. Chemistry French with other to he Elco a from the literary schools. To this course is a taxed the degree of of Ciecior of science. 8. Department of Riillo soph. This embraces Frlich modern land ifs mitral philosophy history Aud English Litera Ture with two others to to elected from the literary from the scientific school. To this course is attached the degree of Bachelor of run Okopny. The ii Cree of master of arts is conferred students who Hare completed the course of study nine of the schools Aud have taken distinction seven of those. Ii. Professional course. The departments of Elicine Erinoff were run ipod after the War. To rust a want loner Felt the South of the highest Grade of Scie Tinc instruct to these importune profession. They Are now Success ii operation. 1. Department of civil engineering. This embraces mathematics. Applied Mathe Matics. Physics mechanics chemistry French English drawing astronomy. Students who successfully Complete this course receive the diploma of civil Engineer. 2. Department of mining engineering. This embraces mathematics. Applied mathematics physics c hemis Irv mineralogy geology metallurgy mining German English. To this course is attached the diploma of mining Engineer. It to proposed still further to extend the practical scientific the direction of i. Lue Cnanah Ai Annii i siry. O. Agriculture. Commerce. 3. Department of Law. This embraces the school of Law you it. to iii attached Tho. Degroo of Bachelor of iii. Preparatory depart. Merit. This has been organized Temnor aril Tor of Vou uhf Toneu who have sub.vmit.fiby the War from obtaining pro Dor academic Roo Aragon for College. It embraces the subjects of Juaita Union Titan. Mode of instruction examination. To Amoure constant thorough drilling the classes Are divided into sections of from Twenty to thirty which Are taught separately. the lower classes the instruction is mainly Given by text Book s exercises the higher Clussie lectures Are combined with these. The examinations Aje Boto Oral written those for proficiency distinctions Are thorough distinctions Are thorough scholarships. A special inducement a to Diligence threefold medals five honorary scholarships the latter covering tuition College fees Are Annu ally a Wardd. Three masters of arts Are annually appointed As he aident masters with valuable privileges emoluments. The College Edurn Tes free of charge All Candi dates for the ministry properly appoints to free scholarships Twenty five e Young men intending to make journalism their profess . It gives a Long credit to meritorious Young men without Menns who wish . The discipline of the College under the control of the president tends to develop Honor Manli Ness expenses Are not More than $325 per annul. 1 to College fees three Mouth aboard amounting to about Slit Are required Advance. Parents 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 closes the fourth thursday of june. A for catalogues or other apply to j. Leech clerk of faculty Lexington a june8tf Betian College. He thirtieth session of thin institution will commence monday. The Kim iii. Tirro terminate Tho loth of june. 171. It is romantically situated the midst of the Beautiful of the of West Vir Ginia easily accessible by Railroad or River surrounded with the most fave Rable influences for student life. It has a property , apparatus. Library. 4c. Of Over Fri is. thus enabled to sustain a faculty Lura Intro gun education of thievery Al ref order. Ample accommodations Are provided for both Public private boarding unfurnished rooms will be let to stud Euta who wish to Board themselves. Courses of instruct Fox 1st.regular literary course including the . For the decree of Ruch Elor of . Literary ecu Antiri Conio for Tho Lverree of Bachelor of sciences. 3. The course for master or arts. I he course for master of sciences. 5. Special courses pm Tica l , civil , it Llyl As to these courses will be of main our catalogue. Apparatus museum. Tho institution has a Complete set of philosophical apparatus models who wish it Are tra Luedin the use of Field instruments Huo a thoroughly fitted Laboratory for practical instruction work chem a l analysis a ample museum for the study of natural history. Terms Tuilio $50 per session. Boarding from it to t per week. rooms so per evasion to each student preparing for he ministry. Free tuition to Aona of minis ters of the gospel of All Firth or particulars apply for catalogue to prof. C. L. Loos. Secretary or to w. K. , president bar Auerr Wist va.tulv20mj plants & Flowers Lewis a Ingeli nurseryman & Florist offers addition to Hia usual Stock of Al varieties of vegetable so. Flower seeds. Bis extensive Plant houses Corner of eighth Plum streets. Canton Ohio Are now stocked with the file stand Best grow exp plants la America. A specially of All new bedding plants which imported the fall of la renew Rosea new Verbena. ,. New fuchsias 33 varieties new foliage plants new double Geranium 12 Tri col Geranium new zonal Geranium new dahlias new Aud Hardy pm boxes 2s varieties new Heliotrope new Hydrangea new Pas Flora Etc. addition to the above i offer a Large Stock of fruit Oren mental Trees Vine Natl so robbery at Low rates. Also cabbage tomatoes. Beet Pepper celery annual Flower Sweet potato plants season. Troite me a Cau. Canton. March 30, Stu of Akron stage. The mall suge leaves the st. Cloud hotel Fork Bentown All intermediate Pointa to Akron at 7 30, a. M., mondays wednesdays fridays. Returning of alternate Days. Through fare to Akron 11.20. Express packages delivered promptly cheaply. To p. Num pro Prieur. Plumbing. City plumbers. Under the old Constitution of our state numer Ous Public i dictionaries were promoted to positions of Protik Trust by appointment from the chief executive of our Commonwealth thus Inmany instances Persona were elevated to office who had neither natural endowments nor acquire knowledge ability to qualify them for the position sought their appointment was hailed More As a Relief Toa despondent office seek thana Messing to those whom they wer to we Are a progressive people under the new arrangement tilings Are otherwise me who Are Zaoata to office Are uniformly persons of acknowledged ability Merit must of necessity have been residents of the county for a Nuu Cut try to con nuance popu Best & Martin. City plumbers of Choice ii Are sceptical As to the truthfulness of Thisbe refer tour work which will Bea juju Aci. Be Nve workmen oui employ constantly whose work will rival that e a Thenton. We prepare Cement lined pipe if parties pipe. Galvanized Iron pipe. Tin lined Lead pipe. We furnish High pressure. Boilers hot water t port of the dwelling Juam luos. Shower Baths sinks of All kinds. Wash stand. Marbleized Wash Bowie hydrants Street washers gum Hose nozzles fountains for Yards. Ornamental Iron fencing. We also keep hand constantly a general a Nin Mill of Gas fixtures globes a tip top Gas steam fitter at commend. A general assortment of steam fittings As Well As soil earthen pipe Cistern Well orce t units Best hot Ai r Furnace made the celebrated Star cooking ram v. W r me sex Cisiro agents Mistark county. Galvanized Oil so tix roofing. 1 eave trough Tosdal ctl.0 spot to Lioam ailed Curtice All styles put the beat manner Ard Short notice. We also keep a general assortment of tiny Ware Call see our goods prices Best Martin South Market Street. Canton o. to Woolen Mills at fiction Farmers Don t fail to Call at Headquarters when ton want to buy flannels Good cheap blankets Good Aud cheap t Cassimeris Ood Clent sat nets Good cheap t yarns Good cheap new patterns Bright colors Good colors full Width & will Wear. Bring along the Wool you Hare Exchange it. Custom work Cone satisfaction warranted. Middlebury Dolen Mills Middle cry Conrad Petee French team scorer. As0 clothes Cleave Max Elbin t building East Tuscarawas Street Canton Ohio. Poats cd Yalcs shawls pants vests Dall sorts of garments cleaned i Short notice made to took As Well As new Woolen garments coloured a Beautiful work promptly done at reasonable left my hands will be forfeited at thend of three months jn28 uhf j. Wrigley room errs Buoh silk & Woolen Dyer 5 doors West of Post office a ht09t, o. Shawls of every description cleaned equal to Straw hats died feathers byed , Berage Merino velvets cleaned dyed coir or dyed without being taken , carpets rugs amen s clothes cleaned pressed warranted to give satisfaction the lowest terms Jau Eulf spectacles. Troncy cannot buy it for sight is priceless the Diamond glasses by j. E. Spencer & co. N. Y. " Thich Aro now offered to the Public Are Ore ? t bounced by All the celebrated opticians of Iti o s t perfect natural artificial help to the human Eye Ever iii ii Are around under their own supervision from minute Crystal pebbles malted ton outlier derive their name. Diamond account of the scientific Pix Cople which they Aro constructed brings the cure or Centre of Tho Lens directly front of the Eye producing a Clear distinct vision As the natural healthy sight preventing Allun plea hand sensations such As glimmering waver us ii my Sish my must co Peculiar to ail oth i am mock run the Unur Venin frames of the Best Quality of All materials Usea. For that purpose. Their finish a nobility be . Nuns unless bearing their ,.muo k Bimi Ticu a every . Deuble & Bro jewellers opticians Are sole agents for Canton Ohio from whom they can Oulu be obtained. These goods Are not supplied to Rediers at Price. Why will you univ your Eye gift by i sing common glasses when you can Purchase Lazako m at Alnoris celebrated perfected spectacles & Eye Glasse s. The beat a the world. They Are recommended by the faculty for pit my of material brilliancy of f inish preserving Pomey Excel ail Othern. 1 Hev last Manv spam with out change. They can be obtained Canton Ohio of or. J. A. Meyer watchmaker & jeweler sole appointed agent for this place. Paddlers employed or supplied. Ocl25 6- old grocer its. Louis it Mont has purchased the interest of Joseph Dumoulin Geo key establishment. Of to. A. Winterhalter West Side of pub Square will continue to keep the largest web. Vuki new assortment of provision is i nun we to be found City of Canton. Goods delivered. Give me a Call w13tf Louis Dumont. I Ortii Market Geo key. Ryphe under Isle d would rope full v inform the citizen of Canton the pubic Geuer Rall y that that Thev have opened a Neav grocery store at to. 53 0eth Market st., Canton Ohio. We will keep a full Supply of ii0ice groceries such a sugar Coffee teas spices a everything kept a Groce y 6tore. Listeal mar trl Herloe paid for country produce. Give is a. Cam oct7tnyl Walter Becher a co. B. F. R0hrer. store 130 East Tuscarawas st. Groceries & provisions always o iia Ivd. Cash for country produce. Jest rags wanted. B. F. Rohrer. Sep tami wagons. Wagons Jim Agoris. We Are now prepared Totake order Force keep constantly hand the celebs Kun. D Studebker & Jackson 757 or o 23ljs at prices that defy Competition. All parties wanting a Good reliable article Call examine for themselves before purchasing elsewhere. All work warranted Ballard. Fast a Cocos. Walnut st. Am r. Canton m3 coo Pering. Coo Pering cider Apple barrels for Sale. I continue to carry coo Pering All it branches 5th Street two squares East of Cherry. Canton o. Those want of cider Apple barrels but ter kegs. Beer kegs Ware my line please Call. Wanted two Journeyman Coopers for making Apple pork barrels. Aug Moa John Schaufele. Notice. Coal fire Cia a paving Brick for Sale by Andrews Lonnelle so Miles 8. W. Of Canton the Richellle Road. O. Box ill. Canton. Oct Ltd political. Our remarkable president. The president Secretary Cox what at major says of Ulyss the Effort Greeley. From the n. Y evening Post Radical Ven or. Cox tinder stood common with the rest mat 1 resident Grant intended to Cam. 41j ui4 me not As . Jul acne Dut a a genuine Publio r be Raiona at that time that general Grant Annm my v. Vals for Post pal reasons but Only for Good cause dishonesty or incompetency. Leu Reary t of apparently took the1 resident at his word believing that it was the part of the be Cutie rather Mau of Congress to establish the needed .it?1 Lue c1v" serv be he instituted " Lue department of the Interior a Well framed vigorous system of comp pit Tiv e examinations under which he followed of course under this theory. I. Tuik ships Coria Pongee be Usea As party tools or Cox very rightly refused to allow the party managers to exact contributions from the persons employed i s department Here of course he encountered the Vehe ment opposing cd he politicians unhurt Unateny it is said discovered that his course so honorable patriotic had not the sympathy of the president iut or. Cox has persisted spite of our i i now reported mat toe 1 res sent opposition to Secretary Cox has insisted that the government shall continue the pay of clerks who Are absent from their Dulies avowedly party ser vice. Thus ends it seems. 11 Rorm Luce Ivy service under the Nistra Nonoi a resident Grant. All. Friends of pure government will Grieve but they must rejoice that Secretary to. Taf irm if he retires it will be with Nonor with the respect of Thrunn try. A Story about gen. Grant. When gen. Grant was Raflin Lorr from Long Branch a cavalry contain judge advocate the late War were the same boat. Thep had both served won Home distinction the of the Potomac. Seeing the Gener l if g usual a chair Saiu to uis companion do Vou know who thut. Is is replied the Captain of course thais Grant that s the i is said the major ill go pay Ray respects to Lou had better said Ali or. Tain. Of yes said the Maior. He s exp la event Man a great general besides i want nothing from him so i la he went getting near the Gener Al s chair said i believe i have the Nonor of addressing the president of United states the creat Man looked 1n7ilv i kid chair simply said Yea you major Felt astounded he expected the next sentence would be that of lord Doherty the heir at Law As sure a c eggs i is legs but ithe a Man Yuji Tew works be Saia More. major however returned to the at general said he i served under you at the Potomac i came to Nav Vou Ray respects i want nothing from you sir u by the restore 1 am disinter the president looked from his Outh gave a whip into the major s lace without rising or Ding his hand simply said All right the major bowed rejoined his Friend saying i have changed my Opin since i went Over How ? " asked the Captain. said the Maior who t wont there i believed that gen. Grant was excellent Man great general but now think he s a it president my policy the second from the n. Y. Evening Post Radical senator Sumner Serl Tho san Domingo scheme. Thereupon the president removed . So far to conch do so disgraced senator Sumner s Friend tit. It Urey. Senator Schurz nosh Iha san Domingo scheme. now the president removes from office Senato Schurz s friends Missouri. Hen the Senate rejected Tho san do Mingo treaty the president who had. As is very will known to very dubious expedients to win sup port the Senate for that measure which had friends anywhere but the presi Dent s own household threatened to punish the senators who voted again the treaty were Congo Schoua Man. Sing it by removing their friends from office. He has now two prominent cases carried out his purpose general Grant does not entertain a yer High opinion of Andrew Johnson. Doe she know that he is imitating or. Johnson of the acts which made that person most odious to the people ? or. Johnson to us Mittong iii us determined when my a he caller it met with opposition he nuni Sheh thana dared to differ with him just As general i but is now punishing senator Schurz. Or. Johnson had a do Icv which. Whether right or wrong had at least the Merit of concerning a question of real importance. If he interfered elections punished his opponents it was be cause he believed that the future welfare of the country depended upon the Success of my but general Grant is interfere nor elections punishing senators because t hey opposed a Mere Caprice of his a measure too which has favor where the country whose Only friends aside from general Grant himself Are a few intimates of his household. Grant Greeley. The new York Sun cives a Surinna b Miel to the Story of the attempt of gen. Woodford s friends to reconcile Grant Greeley it seems that the move toward reconciliation came from g rant himself the president View of possible contingencies m 1872, wished to secure Tho philosopher whom he had so slighted to that cultivated the acquaintance of general Walbridge to the extent which gave Rise to rumours of a Cabinet appoint ment for that gentleman. But it was be cause of gen. Walbridge a influence with Greeley neither of whom the president had come to consider of so Little account As he did a few months ago. Another pacificador was Hon Ethan Allen these two endeavoured to arrange inter View Between Greeley Grant when the latter passed through new York his Way from Long Branch to Boston but Greeley was engaged Locking Over the american Institute fair could leave that to accept apology from president. The next Endeavor was made to secure a meeting Grant s return trip from Boston Greeley gave the mediators encouragement but Nam a 11 Day Long the president sat the Asto House parlor bored with men he did t care to see but the old White coat never came up the Granite Steps. Subsequently he Learned that Greeley had stepped out to Colorado preferring agriculture irrigation to making up. The new York evening Post Radical commends Secretary Cox of Ohio for re fusing to allow the Republican politicians to Levy contributions upon the clerks his department. The conduct of the Secre tary has ended the president who insists that the government shall pay the clerks who Are absent from their duties avowedly party services. The Post adds that All friends of pure government will Grieye it is expected that Cox will be allowed to retire. What do honest republicans say to such a Reform administration As this ? is Thistle Farmer starting to his work has a shoe put his horse with nails taxed 67per cent. Driven by a Hammer taxed 54per cent cuts a stick with a knife taxed50 per cent hitches his horse to plow taxed 50 per cent with chains taxed 67per cent. He returns to his Home at night lays his wearied limbs a Sheet taxed 58 per cent covers himself with Blanket that has paid 250 per cent. He rises the morning puts his Humble flannel shirt taxed 80 per cent his coat 50per cent shoes 35, hat 70 per cent opens family worship by a chapter the Bible taxed 25 percent kneels to god a Humble carpet taxed 150 per Centre sits Down to his Humble meal from a Pixie taxed to per cent a knife Fork a. Hia. R or. At. It Paul r Tea a Nis sugar 0, Salt 100, Pepper 297, or spice percent. He looks around upon his if. l " Ticu Fiauu me same Way taxes a Chew of tobacco taxed 100 per cent or liffets a Cicar Tarrel to or Orf then thanks his stars that he lives the freest Best government under Hea if the fourth of july he wants to hate the Star spangled Banner real Bun Ting he must nay the american rnnt.- company of Massachusetts 100 per Centex. T. Us Gifu privilege Emo wonder sir the Western Farmer is struggling wit poverty conscious of a wrong some where although he knows not whence the blow comes that is chaining him to a life of endless toil reducing his wife children to Beggary. Protection is the old Man of the sea that is Riding us to death. Strike off the letters that Are now weighing Down every Industry ship building will revive without bounties or special favors. Our mariners merchants will again grasping their hands the Commerce of the seas our crushed industries will be revitalized. Our manufactures. Drin Criner with Rue we win Dolly go Forth into the markets of the world enter upon a vow us Kaituu career 01 Enterprise Prosperity our Railroad will redouble their activity Energy remunerative employment Given to thousands of labourers their Prosperity Hon. Samuel March 1870. President my policy the Sumner Ormosen Thoan Domingo scheme the. President removed Nyrla. He 1.1j j 1w i Gracea senator Sumner s Friend or. Aio Tiey. Zatur nor Nooh 1. I 1 pan Domingo scheme. now the pres Lieut removes rsm office senator schurz1 mends Missouri when the Senate rejected the san do Mingo treaty the president who had As very Wen known Washington stunned to very dubious expedients to win Sun 1 a. 0, ,. 1, me Zenaie for that measure which Naa Rienas anywhere but the Fra Dent s own household threatened to Pun ish the senators who voted against the treaty were conspicuous opposing it. By removing their friends from office. He has now two prominent cases car ried out his Puj Posa. General Grant does not entertain a very Mega opinion of Andrew Johnson. Does he know that he is imitating or. Johnson of the acts which made that person most odious to the people ? or. Johnson was Headstrong wilful determined when my he called it. Met with opposition he punished those who area to Ainer with him just As general Grant is now punishing senator . Johnson Haa a policy which whether right or wrong had at least the Merit of concerning a question of real importance. If he interfered elections punished his opponents it was be cause he believed that the future welfare of the country depended upon the Success of my Pisut general Grant 13 inter rin g elections punishing senators because they opposed a Mere Caprice of his a measure too which had favor where the country whose Nelv friends aside from general Grant himself Are a few intimates of his household. Evening Post. Grant s policy Missouri. A division the Cabinet the presidents course Likely to injure . October 7. If Reliance can be placed the statements of High officials it seems that some members of the Cabinet do not approve the policy introduced by the president of removing All the officeholders Missouri who conscientiously support the Revenue Reform movement that pretty warm words have passed Between them consequence of the president having removed a num ber of Good republicans that state. The Strong protectionists have urged upon the president to pursue a firm decided course to remove All officeholders who entertain opinions antagonistic to the protective policy while the other hand he has been informed by me Hera of the Cabinet others High official Posi Tion that to pursue this course would sure emitter Mony republicans against the party who support the administration but wish the privilege of voting against High protective duties. Many politicians do not hesitate to say that the course of the president would make wider the Divi Sions already existing the Republican ranks Iuis Soun All other parts of the country the Tariff question which will be sure to make itself Felt the next presidential contest. The democrats Here generally seem Well pleased at the Condi Tion 01 airs created by the president a interference say that As he gives the weight of his official position favor of the protective party Missouri its defeat cannot be regarded As other than a Triumph Over the administration. The White men Rule Delaware. The age of Friday prints this Dis Patch Wilmington. October 6.-- the result of the election held this state last tuesday october 4, for officers sectors of the state election to be held november is highly Gratifying to the democracy. The radicals were confident View of the votes of their negro allies of having a majority so confident that the morning after the election. Radical journals without waiting for returns announced that their party had carried the state. The returns now show that the state is democratic by Over two thousand majority. new Jasue county the Strong hold of radicalism of the negro vote gives Only forty fou r majority for that party. Kent county gives about thousand democratic majority Sussex county eleven Hundred sixty Nin e. The democratic party this state now. Numbers within its ranks nearly the whole White vote. The forcing of negro suffrage non the people has caused All respectable White men who have previously voted the Republican ticket to leave the Radi cals Aud ally themselves with the White Man s party. Ten years ago. Ten years ago the Radical party Ranie into Power under the Promise of Economy Reform. Have they fulfilled their pledges let us see. 18 50 our National debt did not exceed $100,000,000 now it is $2,500,000,000. Then our High est annual expenditures amounted to $80-000,0 now they Are Over $400,000,000. At that time every dollars Worth of prop erty helped to Bear the Burthen of Taxa Tion now pay tax. Then the party promised to give land to the landless Homes to the homeless now Thev give lands to the Rich Ernora. Tons Homes to the homeless persons who can save Money enough. Then we had Black slaves now we have White coolies. Then they were the South now they Are the North. Then we had slave holders wha made the negroes work for them now we have bondholders White men Are forced to work pay taxes to pay their interest. Then we had honest men office now we have the most corrupt dishonest rascals that have Ever existed. Miscellaneous. Chinese insurrection. Fearful pern White me murdered outrages upon women valuable villages destroyed the Republic paralysed. New York oct. 13, 1870. Letter of sept. 14 gives the annexed details of a coolie insurrection the Valley of Supe 150 Miles from Lima the plantations of Patroli a a gallon. Nearly 1200 chinese were emn loved. the a slam ,. .1 0 0tn Tro 01 coolies were con traded. Several months since symptoms f dissatisfaction were noted among the ill 1muuteib, out me overseers owners trusting to their authority Power paid but Little attention to the manifestations unfortunately precautions were Taen against Surprise the chinese left m Tranquility were Able to mature their plans.agent of the estate of Patrolia had arrived from Lima with a Large sum destined for the payment of the labourers the Purchase of Cotton from the surrounding pm Iris. Undue mis person with the overseer physician several other employees were at supper of the night of Tiu tuning room doors were suddenly broken open a crowd of about 200 coolies armed with stakes every imaginable weapon burst upon the Whites. less time than is required to narrate 11, me chinese had murdered All their Vic Tims save who being grievously wounded fell under the table w thought dead. After sacking the House. securing the revolvers hand the insurgents proceeded to the adjacent Haci Enda repeated the same barbarities. Not satisfied with killing the Whites they encountered the most revolting atrocities were practice their dead bodies Tencate women children were Subjec Ted to shameful cruel torture. The number of chinese now amounted to 1100. Their movements seemed to be directed with intelligence by who seemed to be hailed As chief having secured All the Money valuables to be Lound the estate a larger game was anticipated the sacking of the Little Vil Lage 01 Carranca. Meantime the owner of estate that Lav the Road to that Village was notified by a Friendly coolie of i 1 1 me approach designs 01 the murder ers. Hastily placing his wife family the Chapel belonging to the Plantation. He with another Friend strongly barred Coors received the advancing the column with the fire of rifles. The Chi Nese were vigorous the attack but unaccustomed to the use of firearms they fell easily before the defenders of the Church. less than two hours these two Brave men had killed wounded More than sixty of their assailants. So desperate indeed had become the at tempts of the latter that Retreat was determined upon also their of sacking town was abandoned. Here the insurgents had time to make some slight preparation for defense. Impromptu breastworks were erected at the trance to the Village forty men Well armed were posted behind them to repel the assault. a Short time the chinese reinforced to the number of 2000 appeared front actually sent their Leader to Parley with the defenders regarding the surrender. Hardly had he opened Hia Mouth when a Well directed Ball nut to his existence. The chinese goaded to madness. Threw themselves upon the barricades. The fight for a few moments was hand to hand the Whites suffered severely under the knives . Weapons of the assailants. Soon however the Power of the Gunpowder began to assert itself. The coolies retired a distance appeared to be deliberating upon their i movements. At this juncture the defender of the Church having placed the family a place of safety found Sev eral companions appeared the rear commenced such a vigorous fire upon the coolies that a . Time ajl Oriex. Was forgotten the insurgents were telegrams had been sent to Lima the morning of the 6th, a prefect with a couple Hundred soldiers arrived at the the chinese had dispersed to the mountains. The soldiers after Cantu Rinc a few started Pursuit Are still. the March. The results of this terrible traced a forty murdered among the Whites nearly three Hundred chinese killed. Beet crops were destroyed coolies seeking refuse the Hills Are roaming bands devastating unprotected hamlets that they find their Way. They Are not Only lost to their owners but still form a dangerous element to peace pros Nerita great excitement is manifested at this Uji Happy event the number of chinamen throughout the Republic being so great As to cause general uneasiness distrust. While planters Are perplexed to find la labors for their estates which if left uncultivated will a Short time be almost irretrievably Rui Neil. Rules of table etiquette. True politeness has its origin Christ Charity kindness All Standard rules of etiquette were founded for the greater convenience happiness of the members 01 society. Although the Rea sons May not be obvious at first sight they exist will be apparent careful consideration. 1. Do not keep others waiting for Vou either at the beginning or close of the meal. 2. Do not sip soup from the tin. But Romshe Side of the spoon. 6. Ise careful not to drop or Silt thing the table cloth. 4. Keep your plate neat do not Heap All sorts of Lood it at once. 5. pasting your plate to be replenished retain the knife Fork. G. When asked for a dish do not shove but band it. 7. Instruct the servant to hand the cup at the left Side so that it May be received by the right hand 8. Do not drink your Tea or Coffee with out first removing the Teaspoon from the cup to the Saucer. 9. Use the knife for cutting Only never put it to the lips nor the Mouth. 10. Break your bread into Small pieces ret them your plate while spread . 11. Do not eat too fast besides giving the appearance of greed it is not heal thy. 12. If you find anything unpleasant your food put it aside As quietly As Possi ble without drawing the attention of oth ers to it. 13. Do not rest the Elbow the table. 14. Do not speak with the Mouth full. 15. Brush the table neatly before bring the dessert. 16. Be thoughtful attentive to the wants of those about you. 17. Converse pleasant subjects with those sitting near you. 18. Do not say anything not intended for All present to hear. 19. Leave your plate with the knife Fork lying parallel the handles Point to the right. 20. Never leave the table before others without asking the lady or gentleman who presides to excuse you. Gems. Take time to put your word Sill cart Ridge shape before you fire them you will find increased effectiveness Haa amply repaid for the extra work. The of honest Man s life is not he happiness which serves Only himself but the virtue which is useful to others. We should More Seldom take once at each other if we looked oftener at the Why than the what. Live for something he not Idle look about thee for emploo8it not Down to useless dreaming labor is the sweetest Joy. Better have a Hump Orr the e Back than the character. A poor Way to get a thing waiting for turn up. 1 general Robert e. Lee. Richmond october 13. Richmond pre oct Raecene 01 mourning Baraiy witness Din this generation. Stores Public buildings Are All closed the Bells All parts of the City Are tolling. Of Many doors Are pictures photographs of gen. Lee draped Crape with evergreens. Citizens Are standing groups ofthe principal thoroughfares talking of the sad event. The feeling Iua tue of tight to be Pune Here at Testate s expense is Universal the legislature making the request to his Faiq ily has reiterated Public opinion. Tie City Council met this afternoon at the Call of tie mayor. Gov. Walker sent the following message to the general Assembly i it is with unaffected grief that i announce to you the painful intelligence of team of general Trobert is Lee at Lexington yesterday morning. He died As he had lived a Noble example of sub Lime principles teachings of the cons tia religion. He goes Down to the Tomb amid the lamentations of affectionate sorrowing people. Of exalted Public private Virtues his life career he filled with a full measure our Concep Tion of a Man a stricken family a bereaved state affectionate people Bow with reverence humility before this visitation of divine Providence. It is fitting that you representatives of me people should take such action As the melancholy occasion suggests i be Lieve you would but give expression to the Universal desire of the people should you solicit the interment of the remains upon Luo Kiu Uura owner of me Otaie at holy woo cemetery where hereafter they May raise a monumental Shaft commemorative of their sincere their lasting affection for the Man their profound appreciation of his greatness Good Ness. After Reading the message a Point Reso Lution was passed expressive of Tho deep sorrow of both houses at the sad event requesting that the body be turned Over to the state Lor interment at holy Wood cemetery near this City. A joint committee consisting of five members of the House two of the Senate their presiding officers was appointed to go. To Lexington escort the remains Here if the request be granted. The legislature then adjourned. Washington. October 13. The Fol lowing dispatch was received to Dav by Secretary. Boutwell from collector Robb of Savannah dated to do have just this moment Learned that the Flag the custom House was at. Half Mast for the death of general Lee. It was ordered by my deputies without my knowledge. Have ordered the Flag at full Mast. Much Public feeling is manifested at my action. Shall the Flag be lowered again ? answer immediately. response to the above. Secretary Boutwell has telegraphed Robb. Provino his action. The tragedy Cleveland. A horrible Story of lewdness crime the seduce summary consign the shocking tragedy that occurred Cleveland the afternoon of saturday the 8th, Are about As follows or. Jones a widower or. Galen Tine a dentist were both occupying the same Duuring Root e Dick the Cor Ner of real a Detroit streets. West Ide Cleveland. Or. Galentine was absent from Home. Or. Jones took advantage of. Nis absence to covet his neighbors wife. Or. G. Having been fully convinced of the outrage convinced of the outrage committed the person of his wife by the Man Jones watched for him with a re Volver shot him Down suddenly. Jones died about eight minutes after receiving the shot. The Bullet entered just be Low the fourth rib the right Side passed through the right lung entered the right Auricle of the heart passed through the a muscular tissue the left Side of that Organ lodged near the fifth rib the left Side. Upon being asked what was the it matter. Galentine exclaimed i be shot Jones the g d d d seducer 1" he did not try to. Escape but soon surrendered Himanek to the authorities. T the causes which led to the assassination Are quite aggravated we give extract from the statement of mrs. Galentine made to the Plain dealer s re Porter the statement of mrs. Galentine. Or. Galentine had left for Philadelphia about August first. He had frequently sent his wife Money so that she should not be want of anything. Or. Jones visited her at first conducted himself with propriety. He called her evening about dusk proposed a ride but she declined stating that it would not be Roper which viewer. Jones coincided e then left but returned a few min utes invited her to go with him to see a patient but she still declined. He or. Wished her to sit up for him but she said she was very tired nud could not do it. She elided some time the night she heard some trying the door. Thinking it might be her husband she asked who s there or. Jones responded that he had something important to Tell. Mrs. U. Replied that she was bed told him to Call the morning. After a few minutes she heard a key turn of the doors some enter her apartments at a Back room Over the stairs. She dressed hurriedly endeavoured to conceal herself or. Jones for it was he who entered seized her forcibly his threw her a lounge. She struggled implored him to leave her but he forced her Down to the lounge to stifle her cries. She treated that unless he left her she would Appeal to the Law the morning. He acted like a fiend said he did t care for the Law. He lifted her from the lounge dragged her to the bed accomplished his purpose. Lethis persecutions of the woman continued util her husband returned. This treatment being communicated to her husband his return so exasperated him that be watched Tor or. J ones Aud took his life. The Faber Pencil. The famous Faber Lead pencils Are Man fact of Nuremburg Bavaria the Wood which the Lead is encased comes from Florida. The company formerly Cut a the logs Florida Aud shipped them to new York to be re shipped to Nuremburg. This made great bulk much that was transported was waste. The freight was expensive Experiment was made of cutting the Wood this county making a Large saving bulk freight. ingenious Yankee invented a machine for cutting shaping the cases which was truly a labor saving machine. But the Experiment was not successful for the sea. Voyage warped the holders destroyed their symmetry. It was then determined to Send the machinery across the water have All the work done Europe. The machinery Cost $50,000, a number of american mechanics was sent Over to work it. The machine excited great wonder among the mechanics of that country who flocked from All quarters to see its automatic action. The american mechanics grew weary of their residence a foreign country by re turned Home. Native workmen took their places but could not fill them. The machines soon got out of order could be found possessed of skill sufficient to repair them. Thev had to be thrown aside. The company has thus lost their entire investment is obliged to manufacture their Pencil cases by the old hand process this illustrates the skill of the american Mechanic shows the advantage ground he stands upon. His position is impregnable he ran stand Providence press. Indianapolis German had occasion recently to Bury a urge wife so Squab bled with the Sexton about the us not a big grave said the disconsolate husband. Not a big grave indignantly responded the Sexton Why hang it that s a Wisdom. Ask a. Acquaintance. Forgot nor they have Money. The prettier the foot ankle the easier they get up stairs. R to sip Cerion to s edits Fiss d6nt re member Means Are Frei the est a woman As Black As the Ace of spa essays she was born to Blush unseen i. 5?declares that his brain fire is it etiquette to blow it out ?. A delicate parcel to be. Forwarded by Iff Yuns wrapped up her is not the agitation of the coolie question appropriate for warm weather ? la cat May look the picture of inno Cana leave " a be the world will have Iti prejudices. It filers ?,tre,n8iu 111 its beverages rather butter., it is better to be laughed at ,"01 Mih 10 Lens to you Are. Horrible conundrum. Chs a pagne bottle like Ihl to Caupe it jul lost ils p0p. 7 or. what season of ,. J i a j " Lve a out of the rin befall. When does the rain become too familiar Usu Muy f w Hen it Egin to Pat tar Ner Back. Some fast Volino Man 4 i i i. Tiu Uia Iea a engine prop Way is a fire if you want ignoramus to Roc you dress to death Wear watch sea u about the size of . Now then Tyia r to. 1 thief m Oregon then Telegraph East that the crops were rat of r i41. .11 -. Luau the Yare this season. There is a Farmer a Natl to a mile of children. His name is Furlong he has four boys four girls. Eight furlongs make mile. excellent old won a Fine t u of iii lame Man luxe to Tell his severe orthodox wife Howe came by it Btij. Handed her the fowl ih. I i gave it to him. Memory. The following examples of the Marvel of memory would seem entire v had they not been Given to us upon thei 1 a i a guest a Monty Cyrus knew the. 4 w4t- oui ice Marmy. It is also related of themistocl is that the could Call by name every citizen of Athens a Hough the number amounted to 20,000. Mithridates King of pontus knew All of his 80.000 soldiers the inhabitants of Romo Alai ipod of old age because he could not Asior Prev 4 l l r we. Musana names inthe order which they were read to him he stated that occasion wheat his studies 200 unconnected verses having been recited by the different pupils of his preceptor he repeated reversed order preceding from the last to the first. Lord Granville could repeat from begin ning to the new testament the original Tho tragedian is said to have committed to memory All tha contents of a Large daily newspaper. Racine could recite All. The tragedies of euripides. It is said that George iii. Never forgot lace he had once seen nor a name he had Ever .heard.-. Mirandola would commit to memory the contents of a Book by Reading three times could frequently re peat the words backward As Well As for Ward. Thomas Cranmer committed to men pry three months entire trans lation of Tower w. Titian could repeat nits when old Man could recite thew Ole of Virgil word for word a. It is said that Bossuet could repeat not Only the whole Bible but All of Homer Virgil Horace besides Many other Oliver optic s Magazine. A Good recommendation. A Patent Medicine vender of our principal cities was dilate nt7 to a Lar Era crowd upon the wonderful Efficacy of his Iron bitters pronouncing them the great Panaca All potent building up Iron of Irti tin " that s so that s so said Ahat he tells you is a fact gentle men every word of it " hear that will von " a. Lighted quack Here is living testimony right before your own Eves a a Man who has used the bitters can recommend no not exactly that fellow "1 have never used the stuff my self but you see Steve Jenkins did Mey Jesi saved his ,. How s that questioned some . Well you see Steve had taken the bit ters jest week before he was shoved imprison for murder. He was Atrin Apfl of everything the shape of Iron about him yet he made a bar worked his Way probably he had whisky enough him to furnish a bar Sugg sled a wag. No but he did to retorted the first. He had been taken this Man s Iron bit ters d be mind ? what does Steve doubt open a vein his Arm take Iron enough out of his blood to make Crow bar pried the Gates open with it himself out the Medicine Man subsided. Massachusetts old War claim. the 8th of july 1870, Congress Pas sed a Law making payment to the state of Massachusetts for interest paid by her Money expended by said state account the War with great Britain 1812-1 5, making appropriation therefor of some$678,362. 1820, when Maine became separate state the state of Massachi sett s transferred third of this claim to that state. Both slates have transferred their claims to the european North american railway company of Maine to Aid the construction of said railway. Accordance with the provisions of this act the Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to pay the said claim for the uses above mentioned is directed to Issue certificates of denominations not less than$100,000 to run five years at annual interest of 1 per cent. These Bonds will ready issued to the treasurer of Maine Trust for the company the 1st of november. The Bonds were printed the note printing Bureau of the treas de Cassagnau. Paul de Cassagnau a Well Knowfrench journalist has just died at Cassel. He was renowned at All times for his per Sonal bravery thrust himself into action with enthusiasm at the out Brea k of the War. his rencontre with political opponents he was celebrated As a swords Man. He was a son of Granier de Cass Wagnac 1866 he joined the pays of which he soon became editor Chie f. The pays was conducted with extreme personality its virulence against con temporary journals political Adversa Ries were remarkable even among the excesses of polemical journalism. His most noted Duel was with m. Gustave Flourens also editor whom lie attacked with every provocation while that gentleman was prison under government prosecution. Paul de Cassagnau notwithstanding Bis character As due list his press predilections received the favors if the Imperial court but he was a Savage assail of Prince Pierre Bonaparte at the time of Victor Noil s murder

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