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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - October 27, 1870, Canton, OhioCouncil proceeding. A doable Roll in. The ii ii Kino of i lie 4 ont. Mtg la r. J i c c t. C i i v. Iter Nairn & Muneis wines and liquors. I medical j Daucett i Agency. V volume 37. Canton Stark county Ohio thursday october 27, 1870. Number 20. Business st. Paul s episcopal Church. I Erncr of tenth i Polur streets. Min div services. 1oj cos a. Vhf r. Re sudsy Sci. S k t. It. Thursday eve ning . N Cua a. Ukr. J a. . Rector. C. J. Geiger american hotel. By a. L. Kolluru Kernast ii Botwe Street. I ii in v Niu. Stark county Democrat. A. Mcgregor a son publishers and 1 Luin and ency Job ,,Imio. 11iram Thurston Dotti . us Piiru tii Rar All Noiem Trum Aorta us Emu try in Llu rut i Quock up ,.tiuiwii, Viik j. B. Mccrea. Furniture Iealer and undertaker East Tusca rawas Trout Canton Utu. Of John p. Rex. Merchant tailor and dealer in american and Lin cloth Lutali Iliin vesting Ana wow ported Lwoods also agent for Tho Magor hewing Mau Lilue Canton Ohio May 1. Prince & Haas. and All kinds of coffin my u it an To Luaro Lukity in or uni new Nuu Matwi it Telloo us Edwin Smith. Photographer a particular attention Given to Coelln and enlarging picture. Ovid frames and albums on baud. Rooms in Howa a Block South Market Street unto Ohio. Juuru of a. J. Douds burgeon Dellal orc a no stairs in . On Market Street West Aloe iii Ruo gun " of Pulle noun re. Canton Ohio. All operations wiu1 tie pro Lossou promptly de to. Decle or. P. J. Rowan. Licentiate or tha College of physicians and surgeons Ontario will Root ire poli Eijiu at Hia Lohne and rus Deuce three doom East of c j. Treiger s drum store up stairs. Hour of to i a m., and t to 3. Mays Sternb Dit j. 11. Siddall Itelo t Naru r i Lalock. Canton Ohio. Geo. D. 1iarter a ero., Backora Kaat Tua Carawa Aroet. Canton. Olio Hae Eive by paita. Loan Money boy told. Hitter Inda and top find Luto roat Notoya. Boo lit and old. S.4e.s. Meyer attorneys at Jiw. Canton lilo. Office in Uanna Filer a new a building. Dear Uuie Tuyl r. S. Shields. Attorney at Canton t lilo. Dubre in Maicl Eblock i flour Orr boat aug Tucker s a Lor not of c. L. Valland1gham, councillor at in , Ohio. Will Ryart Lucein Trio moral 8tau and Koderl . Thea no. Mkt third Arraet Tirats a Airway Kaat of Ilia Ohio Ina Ranoa company. Larlu 7uyi eat. Nor. In a. a Baldwin. Attorney at Law Canton Ohio. Office in tha Eutel. Ulok up Aura. Iau6 tot we. Mckinley attorney at Law of la in Earlu Lillock. Over National Lauk Faatoa Ohio. Jura j. A. Com Elk Ford. Kobe. Campbell. Comerford & Campbell atle Meya at ii Trump. Dildine Canton Ohio up Aura. French and Bariuan spoken. Aapala . Mcgregor attorney at Law. Aud general col Lacuna a Kent try Lisa Jasper of duty a Laouri. Sets Ltd Harvey laug1ilin. Attorney at Law notary Public Alliance louts to Narsa. Jimi Wila Eta try. Schaifer a attorney at Law. Canton Stark county Ohio Sunol 7um4. Willuam a. Lynch attorney at Law and notary Public office inca ally a Liick. Canton Olio. May toys Jav w. Mccord att May a it and Gaa Arai collection agent Alliance onto. Busina Anu Rustad to Hia rare will race in prompt attention. 86u j. 0. Williard. Nonty Surveyor Ollire in tha county recorder s Oryce in the Wikidal building where he ran be found Whan in the City if not any Bani need d can be left Wiki Jacob Kaplinger kaq.,county recorder who will give due notice to Law authorises tha county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any Iua Trumont of writ ing he will tour before write Aud acknowledge agreement mortgagee deeds a at fair prices and upon the Otto treat notice. Canton january la Luss. An Otto Winter alter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in Katchee clocks jewelry and silverware neatly Dona on Short Olieo no x Kagle Block Canton Ohio. Feb3 of Deuble k Brot iier dealers in watches clock jewelry silverware a East aide it Publio Bare. Canton Dene on abort notice. J. A. Meyer Tea Isrin american and foreign watches clocks nod fancy Gooda Northwest Corner of Public Umi Are Canton Ohio repairing neatly expeditiously and done. We Thompson dealer in steal estate. Yimling houses for a Lei Klit or Exchange for City or farming property. Lu1ld1nq lots every variety Price and location for Sale pit Monta received Aud four years tim Given. Othee in Liana s Biuzek Kaat Tuse arawak Street of stairs. Nov if tif ii. Selden a real estate and Coll option Agency Corner Fuji and Poji Lar streets. Canton Ohio. Farms and town property bought Usu and rented. Titles exam sued 1 Aiea paid rotate. . Mortgages leases a. Fri leu Aud loaned on real of state. Coal Aud Ether kinds of Mui eral or purty wanted to Lalaite or Purchase. Jau lit 7uy i "0. I Cher real Fis tata agent of Lioe above Llano i leather More in Jet Tuse arawak Street Cauton Ohio. May4 to t Exchange hotel. By a Boa liquor. At old depot. Oweeta properly cared for and Bills moderate Mayx Msty Jackson hotel. Lou la obligor proprietor North Market Street. Alliance House Fly Daniel to Turbeck at Tho station. Alliance Ohio. Media always in run Dimeas on arrival of ears. St. Cloud hotel. C d. Kly proprietor Public Square Canto Ohio. July Law 11. Falke Iealer in Mill i nary and fancy Gooda no opera Siouan Block Canton who jy21tx. V. A. K. Is Soto no a cos sell. No. 4, V. A. Meets every thursday evening at 1 o clock in Danna. Miiller a new Block. De. E. Men Art. C. R. Ii. Avae Aloiv. R. G. Janait j. D. Snavely county auctioneer would respectfully offer his services to those wishing then. Charge reasonable. Apply at auction rooms no. N. Of Public rat Are. Canton Oct lain american hotel Salem Ohio John a. Proprietor. This popular Aud n House has lately been refitted and in Nils had throughout a Good Sample room for ii Mercia tra Veiera. Livery stable la with the House Ana omnibus to and from All trains. Those Patron ii aug the mouse will at All times receive prompt and courteous at Teetie aught of i Yeit. A Violy s Irot sth.t., Canton Ohio Earnst midd urfi proprietors r k have the Fleet a wow in the Elty. be ing new and Good Hora a. Cos Savannas to it of Reanon Bie terms with or without Driver. To Emu notice. Ant person or Persona desiring a Patent Power Fastener can have one for Alve dollars by add seeing. Samuel Mathie be Cibo. Cd r Ullon Stark educational. Wasi Simiton College ,c,to., a. Faculty gun. R. E. Like. . Cart Kun j. H Arris a. A. Profe kor of is a. Wll it. A. A. Proi Taatu of 3. s. A. A. Prof of Modem in Trina. of . J. U k1lpatuk a 1l of. Of moral . .11 ,.i t i r. I in prof. La airy and Kii Schnh literature. . I fcll., a. M., Ivr. . Allan a. Prof. m Shelli Atit. Kick Akins. Mcclum a. A. A. Prof. Natural Polillo Aophir. V n , 1 1 r. I. I a. I i. I Neni Miry. To l of. Aii Tiomi . J. W. Imm Ken l l . Prof. l k. A. Mamm i prof. Mimler i c. Vlk. A. M a t . Mih. to a. Us ankh a. Maa l prof. Jose ill in . Ana t prof and principal of Itu Alnesa Schosid. For the Dregent the int action in of Wii a u divided among the Profe Asora of moral Lii loan any modern Katie Guage and Ula tory with the Aid i Wii Alai Aiduk i Roit ago the duties of this chair Are discharged by Shepro Feadora of chemistry and Nair no . Academic divided into distinct each fully org used Complete in itself so a warlord the la a facilities for rendering the instruction in the several Tira Lichts of kudu cation extensive and thorough. The student selects his own course in study under the dlr i Lio of Hildare Northe faculty hut that to motive inv lie Winling to a Complete and Syat Maliu course of Oruc Quoit me Mamle Are to arranged that they May be combined into the following lle Auu Ikun 1. Department of arts. To Ems wifi tha or jul of Lalyn ,, moral Miasma iii with two oth tif to cd Cusi i from Tho Lumry aikido him from to Civ Tilin Tho Dii new of run Olor of Artim on conferred on Tho Mai t uni who Rocob my y to Maliu a Oiin county. 2. of science my race apply d it Tom Matt inti Nat ii rid . Che Millry Kynch with one Othor t to Antn Tho list Norv school a. To thin Yourm in Atu clod uie it Cru of Ocic nov. Z. Depart Nunt of Piil Sophy. Thin pm Butco eff Lime Mottorn moral philosophy. Slim tory and Kiik Linh lieu in lure with two others to be loud 0110 fan Tho literary and one from Tho 8c us title in Hoopii. To thu Curvo in attached Tho of Hutc Moor of x . The Tiki coo f Max Tor of Art la conferred on Auduta who Hare Tho Notimo of Etc twin nine of the arho Oia and Nave Akes Diati Tiou in Aeten of there. Ii. Professional course. Ine up Aromenta or Taino Erler wore Oriynn lie d after the War. To meet a want Long Felt in Tho South of the Krade of Eck Tirie let rust Ion in theae important in few unit. They Are Bow in Jiuu Ana Pucce Aihui operation. Depa nuent of civil engineering thie embrace Mathe Nitim. Applied Matho Natica physic a Meohan Achenie Ivory. French. Co Kirin Trawin Ana . It Dunta who uni Harlly Complete Una cur a receive Tho diploma of civil Euk Tuerr. 2. of mining engine Erin. Thia embrace to mate Matica. A Olio Mut Hennt. Tea Phy iii chemistry mineralogy and Tio Oloier retail murky min input. German and kit Giixh. To this course la attached the diploma of 31 ining Entao it la at i Lurt lier to extend the Pratl Haftl and l in the direction of i. 3imrnanirmi i Riih Nick. X. A Pincu tim str a. Akra Ulier 4. Coin Norce. 3 department of Law. Titia pm Laravea the to shool of Law and eur Ltd. And i it la Aita Chod Una dec rot of Thau Hulver of Taw. Iii. Preparatory Thia has been organised temporarily for the unlit of Young men who Nave bean prevented by the War from obtaining proper academic preparation for College. It embrace Tho subjects of latin greek Mathenia Tica Aud ent Liali. It Iode or iii traction . To secure constant and thorough drilling the Ela saes Are divided into Seet ious of from Twenty to thirty which Are taught separately. In the lower classes the instruction is mainly Given by text Hook a and exercise a the higher classes lecture Are continued with these. The examinations Aue Boto Oriu and written and Thomao for proficiency and distinctions Are thorough and Are to rough and right Honor and . As special inducements to Diligence threefold medals and have Lioi Corory scholarship the latter covering tuition and College fees Are anus v rewarded. Three Maat Cra of arts Are annually appointed As Mke Eidell masters with valuable privileges Emolu Leiila. The College educates free of charge All Candi dates for tiie Milia try properly appoints to free scholarships Twenty Liv e Young men intending to make journalism their profess Ion it gives a Long credit to meritorious Young Nten without Means who wish an . The discipline of the Collego under the control of the president tends to develop boor Mauti Leas Anu next Saar expenses Are not More than 32s per v tie Colleira fees Anil to Iowa n., Venuard amounting to about $17i, Are required in parents Are advised to Deposit the funds for heir sons with the treasurer experience having shown the benefits of Thia to the season him a the thu Ulav of Shii Shihi and Cloaca the fourth thur ads of june. A for catalogues or other particulars apply to j. Leech. Clerk of faculty Lexington Betian College. He thirtieth Bession of this institution will commence on ,l87u, and terminate on the 15lh of june fall. It is romantically situated in the midst of the Beautiful Aud of the Panhandle of West Vir Ginia easily accessible by Railroad or with the most favourable ints Jenyei for student life. It has a property in. Endowment buildings apparatus Library Jar. Of Over and thus enabled to sew Tuin n faculty and Uriah facilities for a thorough education u iii very drat order. Ample accommodations Are provided for both Public and private Board ing. And unfurnished rooms will be lot to Boudoula who wish to Board themselves. Courses of instruction. 1st.regular literary course including the ancient languages for the degree of Bachelor of arts x. Literary and scion Tiric course for the degree of Bachen of sciences. 8. The course for Mas ter of arts. A the course for master of scieuce.5. Special ure in practical chemistry civil engineering an. Detailed information a to these courses will be found 111 our catalogue. Apparatus and museum. Tho institution has a Complete set of philosophical apparatus Aud students who wish it Are Truine Diu the use of Field instruments also a thoroughly tiled no Laboratory for practical Inatsu Tiou and work in chemical Anu Iyania. And a ample museum for Tho study of Naiu Rul Lii Story. Terms tuition $50 per session hoarding from a to i per week. 3 per season to each student preparing for the dry. Free tuition to Sona of minis ters of the gospel of All . Al .1."" Pri " apply for catalogue Poirot. . Sec Olav. Or to w. K. Pendleton. President bits Tut wan plants a Flowers Lewis Ivcec nurseryman & Florist offers in addition to Hia usual Slock of Al varieties of vegetable pc Flower seed. Ilia extensive Plant houses Corner of eighth and Plum streets. Canton Ohio Are now stocked with the finest a5d Best growing plants in America. A specially of All new Reddino plants which imported in the fail of loud renew routes new urbe anew fuchsias 3c varieties new foliage plants be Geranium 12 varieties new Tri col or new zonal Geranium new dahlias now and Hajy pm boxes 23 Pleli Tropea new Hydrangea new Pas Flora Etc. A addition to the above i offer a Large Stock of Rax it am Orana Wotal late Aid fsr Ailius re at rate. Also cabbage tomatoes. Beet Pojer. Celery and annual Flower Sweet potato plants in season. His my a Call. Canton. March so. Stu to f Akron stage. Tits mail stage h aves the st. Cloud hotel for Greentown. And All intermediate Points to Akron at 7 30, a. Mon Xoa Dars and fridays returning on alternate Day. Through fare to Akron . Express packages delivered promptly and Chi Early. Ugly of p. Numan prop Leur. Plum bin. City Plumbe is. Under the of ii Tion of our suite Nunier of Public Ecru promoted to positions of profit mid Trust by ,, the chief executive of our thus in Many Ini Socea acre elevated to of tace who had neither Nal ural Viido Meihs and ability to ii Alli y them for the Poullion oui lit mid their waa huile.1mores a Relief ton Capoin Keiit thana Blessing to Trio a w Hom Uliey wer to we Are a people and under the new arrangement things no outlier aide and me who Are Thoden to Oulu e Uro uniformly Persona ability and Merit and i iii to of. Have Len residents of the county for a aim to Colin Zience and popular favor of their co Atit Ceuta. Best & Martin. City plumbers by Choice i of any Are sceptical a to Tho truthfulness of a a aeration we refer Toomir work which will t4i the Fuit. U h l.,m by i employ whoa work will rival that eff vim i Thranum. We prepare Jerrun t line Al pipe a " Parsee prefer Lead pipe Galvani or Iron pipe tin lined pipe we up Hnin Higl pressure boilers to convey hot water int any part of Tho dwelling. Uralli 1 , Shower pallib sink of All kinds u us i islands. Meub seized Wash bowls. , Street Wasli ors gum Hose nozzles foun Tisins for Yards ornamental Iron fencing. We also keep on hand constantly a general As. Gas fixtures and globes and a tip top Gas and steam fitter at command. A Ronell assortment of stea1i fittings As Well As soil and earthen pipe Cistern Well Amir orce Rumps Best hot Ai r Furnace made. And the celebrated Star cooking Range of inn u w9 Viia exclusive a tit orb Tark county. Galvanized Irviv is. Tit too Fiig eave trough Kimono Airai Maizi i Chi Quiri of All styles put up in the Best manner d on nun Douce. We also be a general assortment of Tiv Waue Call and see our goods and prices Bent so. Martin annual Market a reer Cna Tosi Marl7,"70-t f Woolen Mills Don t fail to Call at Headquarters when you want to buy flannels Good and cheap blankets Good and cheap. Cassimeris Ood Aud chc in t sat nets. Sood and cheap t yarns Good and cheap new patterns ii right colors Good colors full Width will Wear. Bring along he Wool you Hare and Exchange it custom work Lihue and satisfaction warranted. Middlebury Woolen Mills m1pdlebuky. Yeino. Conked Pete i French team scorer. And clothes cleaner Max Ellin t building East Luteara a u Street Cauton Ohio. Cat8. Cloaks shawls pants vests. Dresses sorts of garments cleaned no on Short notice and made to look As Well As garments coloured a Beautiful work promptly done at reasonable left on my hands will be Fordel local Thad of three Mnnie suse Liaf j. Wrigley room rom Susanj silk & Woolen Dyer 5 doors West of Post office a a toff 4. Shawls of every description cleaned equal to Straw hats Davod and Aud r at Lions Liy and . He rage Merims and velvets cleaned an dyed any color or dyed without being taken apart. Also lapels Kuga. A. Men s clothes cleaned and to give satisfaction and on the Low est Terique Juu Elsif spectacles. Iri Oncy cannot Illuv it for sight is priceless the Diamond glasses by j. E. Spencer & co., n. wll if in Are now Ott ured to the Public Are by All l lie a Lubratt u optician in i the Worl i to to the most perfect natural. Artificial help to to human co Ever known Uliey arc of round under to mar own on from minute by a Tal Rob but toilet Bettr and drive their nut Ito. Lei i ind Mon account of their Hardutt a and brilliancy. The scientific Pix Ciplik on which they Art brio the euro or Centre of tie Lurns directly in front of Tho be pro Lukinac a Olear of Titei Vinh i a in natural healthy Ai Rhi and All Supla Aan a Antuni Riih Auch and waver iii of the aide it divine a of com Peculiar to All other in use. That a Moc step tub Hru inca of the beat Quality of All materials used for that purpose. Their finish Aud dumb Lite can no t be8l Kpa ski. Caution. None in Equine Una eat bearing their Trade Mark tamped on every uni i & into., Aud optical ii Are sole agent for Canton Ohio from whom they run Only in obtained. The Kio pm Art not applied to Edlers at any Price auil7- 7-i y my will you a univ you eyeigiit0 by using common glasses when you can Purchase Lamaza icim pc celebrated perfected spectacles & Eye Glasse s. The Bent in tie world. They Are recommended by the faculty for purity of material a brilliancy of finish and their strengthening Aud preserving Powers in which they Excel others. They last Many years with of t change they can to obtained in Canton Ohio of stir. J. A. Meyer watchmaker a jeweler 8ole appointed a for this place. A paddlers Kui played or supplied Ocuto Al groceries. Louis Dumont Lias Purl used the interest or Joseph Dum Oulla in tie Geo Cert establishment. F to. A. , West Side of pub Liosi Are in 1 i to Etique to keep the largest and most Complete assortment of provision Sand Mill ii to to found in i. City or Canton. Goods delivered. Is give me a Call i opt Itaf Louis Dumont. North Market grocery. Rixie under Igried would respectfully inform. The citizens of Canton and Tho Public Gener Rall that Llma tin y have opened a new grocery store at no. 53 North Market st., Canton Ohio. We will keep a full Supply of Choice groceries such asks Ait Coffee teas spices &r., and everything kept in a Orozco y store. Ill Eliett slur Eart Price Piwald Loco hairy i re Luce. us a Calu oct toys Walter b Cecii he a co. B. Of Rheee. Cheap grocery store 130 East Tuscarawas st. Groceries & provisions or Aix All ways on Daivd. Cash for country produce in rags wanted. B. F. Kohrer. Sep Toms wagons. Wagons wagons. 17e Are now prepared Totake orders for fed " will keep Cou stauty on baud the Teleis Rudd Studebker & Jackson at Price that defy Competition. All parties wanting a Good reliable article will please Call and examine for themselves elsewhere. All Ayock warranted Ballard. Fast a co cur. Walnut he us r. Cantou of Ullins c00perin0. Coo Pering cider and Apple barrels for Sale. I continue to carry on coo Pering in All it branches on 6th Street two squares East Oft Herry. Canton. O. Those in want of cider and Apple barrels but ter kegs Beer kegs and Ware in my line please Call. Wanted two Journeyman Coopers for making Apple and pork barrels. Augl7moe- i John Schal Fele. Notice. Coal fire Clay and paving Rick for 8ale by Andrews a Donnelly. 314 Lea a w. Of Canton on the i Utiville Road. A. I. Nut Sie Vasilon. Ovt7u poetry. The song of the shirt. Willi Tinera Wenry Tinl worn w Ith i y. Lnu heavy red a Soman a in a womanly her Needle and i Ruud Stich Sli leh stitch 111 poverty hunger and still with a voice of dolorous pile she ung the song of the work work work while the cock a crowing work work work Tili the Turs Shine through Tho roof it s of i to be a Alave along with the Baru Irous Turk where woman Una never a soul to this is Christian work. Work work work till the brain begin to swim work work work till tie eyes Are heavy and dim Sud gusset and band. Band and gusset and Over the buttons 1 fall a keep. And sew them on in u dream i in men with Sisters der men with motherland wives t 11 i it Linen you re wearing human creatures lives isl Ilch Nti Teh stitch in poverty hunger and dirt i sewing at ouse with a double the resulta shroud As Well As a shirt. List Why do i bulk of death that phantom of grisly Boue i hardly fear his terrible seems so like my own Ito rinse of the fuss 1 keep of Ood that bread should to so dear Aud flesh Aud blood so cheap i work work work i my labor never hugs and what Are in wages t a bed of Straw a crust of bread and shattered roof and tins naked Noora table a broken chair and a Wall so Blank my Shadow i than for sometimes Fulling there i work work work Fin the Dull dec Cher Light work work work when the weather a warm and Bright while to lib Neul the eave the brim swing swallows if to show me their sunny backs Aud twit me with tie Spring of but to brat to the breath if the cowslip and Primrose woo with the so r Glaive my head a and the grass my feet Ifor Only one Short hour to feel As i used to i knew the woes of want and Tho walk that costs a meal i of but for one Short hour a respite however Brief no blessed labor for Ivo or hop but Only Timo for grief 1 a Little weeping would ease my in their briny bed my tears must Stop for every drop i inders Needle and thread i with fingers Veary and eyelids heavy and red a woman sat in a womanly rags paving her Needle and thread stitch stitch poverty hunger and still with a voice of dolorous Pito would that in tone could reach the Rich he Sang this song of Tho shirt Rthomas ii Ood. Select Story. The discharged Workman or poverty guilt despair and death. said Lis employer James Yon Are an excellent Workman i am quite satisfied with your conduct during the ten years you Lave been employed in univ. every one a is and friends iii i or. N. .,.is we have nothing More to do businesses at an end. Hut t you must keep up Ivoury by " j pour James As soon a any thing offers i will let you know at pres ent i have no occasion for your service the Workman hear d these , although uttered inva Torr of feeling Ness and pity sounded in Liia ears like a sen tence of want and misery pronounced upon his wife und children. Ilis eyes were mournfully fixed on the ground Ashe stretched Forth his hand to receive the amount of Hia last week s wages and a certificate of character. Unable to answer a single word he slowly took the Road homeward. Big tears droned from Hia e Vos Anil .1 i in he exclaim my wife my poor child Ren for he was the father of a family a son six years old a daughter just learn a liar to chill n .1 ii0 i Auu a iii Sibug in due helplessness of extreme entered his dwelling the place Hie an Roach to 1nlt in. A Ucen Tut signal of great Joy to its poor but Happy inmates whose Little wants he had always supplied with the twofold Delight of happiness both imparted and received in Wile and children Ranto embrace him. Tumea Mou. N his arms but his sorrowful and responding. I " tue Quick discernment Olheis wife that some air. in 1. 1. To 1111. Ufa on his mind. Dear husband what is the matter Jas any misfortune happened to you ? " no More work replied James As he Sank upon his chair. To More work " repeated the Mother in a voice of Umipig in. 1.j Iulio Nubia echoed Little trannia. Ami. 1 1 j " i 11 1 1. Jiuu am at each other with a air of stupefaction. Tamm 1 j i. I in was Nis autto drive Tlam an trnn.1, i. But the burning tears of the anxious Niou Ier leu on the Little hands of the in Fant. She a Fth in Hor Arma pm. I . I " ii 11u 1.11 d Lulu Cuti smile of the babe reinvigorated the Moth Miu Nolc. Don t despair Tampa May perchance find something to do. God is our father and while lie is Rich in love we shall not "0 ves. Wife t will 1v re. A. I army eighteen Dollar for the week sin i i Mem last As Long As Poss Ible Francis waa Rann. ,.il, iawi.,u 1 1.1 no dollars to the Imle Prav it was i Limonni of nearly a whole week s consumption and the credit of the poor is limited., it j t James left name very Earl to look for work. It. Liia ineffectual. In vain he depicted Tho Dis Tress of his family in vain he exhibited Tho certificate of Ilia Unna character Brut of Tho factories were Idle lie returned and his wife asked him no question the dejection of Hia countenance sufficiently .ll.r.1 1 i. 1.oliuaucu ills Wudi of Success. A week passed in the some manner and every evening James came Home More wretched than the preen did while the ill Lusa if Lila us Climi a. I ill on us 11 1 creased the sufferings of his Uini ily. The Nancu Jiuu leu for James bad no More Wood the poor Little things had no supper it was saturday night and thedaker had refused any credit. Already the Mother deprived As she was of food could afford her babe but Little nourish men to and the restlessness of the poor betrayed its hunger. Meantime the two children awoke and crying asked for bread. Of hearing this Jaques became desperate. Smiting his forehead with his clenched and he Leto and fro across his chamber exclaiming. There a wealth enough around us superfluous wealth the in feeling Rich revel in abundance and prod Vigally waste More than would suffice to keep these poor babes front starving. Why do not search out the dwellings of the needy and prevent crime by re Lieving those Smalt but emergent wants which too often prompt it perpetration there was some reason in this madness but James permitted it to carry him too far and he brooded Over it until his Dis ordered mind settled in a desperate and ruinous determination. He sat Down looking towards his wife with a vacant look at me said she and yet you appear not to see me i James my dear Tell me what ails you ? " nothing nothing wife. They weep Thev Are Fame Ahot thru Havo bread " so saying he rushed out of tha room and disappeared. His wife uttered a piercing cry James where Are you go ing but James did net hear her the slamming of the Alley door announced to her that her husband was already in the Street Pirir wife i in Tom presentiment is just the idea of crime Giaui cite Reid inn paternal Peart it was eleven Oclock. To of the weather the obscure Street in which he resided was almost deserted. The first person James met was a Workman returning from his labor singing merrily. A said he to himself he is Happy he has work or at least he has no Chil Dren starving with hunger pass on com rai.? you Llave Nola inst to a from again heard the Hasty footsteps of someone approaching it was a Young Mau wrapped up in a Large cloak the Scarlet lining of which was conspicuous at a distance. James rushed upon him and seized i Ai by Tho Arm Lour purse cried he with a voice Vou purse my said the Young Man startled at his sudden appearance you Are following but a wretched business but i will satisfy you Here is my How much is there in it three Gold i believe and two five franc James took out of Tho purse the two five franc pieces Only and gave Tho rest Back to its owner. Sir said he in a Milder tone i Only want ten francs and left. Him. The astonished Young Man followed the robber with his Eye and saw him hurry into a neighbouring bakery he soon came out with a loaf under his Arm and disappeared in the darkness. He readily conjectured that necessity alone had driven this Man to the commission of crime and he himself entered the shop. Who is the person that just bought a loaf Here inquired he. A sir answered the Baker s wife he is a poor Mechanic Bur thened with a family he jives in yonder House in the fifth Story where you see the Light in the window a. He owed me ten francs which he has just paid me they Are very honest folks but we can t afford Long credit to the tight Madam answered the Stran Ger Here Are ten francs More furnish them with bread till that sum is exhausted i will see you James went Home he dashed the bread on tha table. There wife let the children eat. And eat yourself As for me. I have no Appe Tite they will not want for bread this week i have made arrangements with Tho and he went to bed. His slumbers were broken and uneasy and his we Zearu Niue uner me words robber Highway robber i Daylight appeared James did not go out he seated himself at the window to breathe freely. It was already ten but his wife had not dared to say a word to him so gloomy and dejected did he appear Iron the window where he sat motionless he perceived two men one of them wore a cloak with Scarlet lining i he mechanically Drew Back into the room and ran towards the staircase. The two strangers were already coming up ins s session left him despair was imprinted on his features Bis complexion assumed the vividness of death he folded his wife and children in his wild embrace and passing into a closet adjoin in " the room he closed the door after him. Meantime some one knocked and James saw two strangers enter. Madam said one of Theiu you Are poor i have brought you some a 1 sir heaven has sent you o yes yes we Are indeed poor James James i come Here i told void so i said we Alio j not but James answered not. Jigs Wie rushed into the closet nobody waa there at the same instant frightful crips re sounded in the Street a Large crowd had assembled around the door they raised a Man who had just thrown himself from the filth Story it was the mangled and Teleso body of James the War. By the Atlantic Cable. Florence oct. 20. The India mails Are All forwarded by Way of Brindizi at present. Ill treatment of the Pope. A circular has been issued by the ital Ian government protesting against the re mors of ill treatment of the Pupe. He is perfectly free and Independent. All that Italy asks is a. Ratification of any determination on his part to leave Rome in or Dei that the Honor and respect due to his office May be paid him. Late advices from China. Oct. 20. Later advices from China Are much More Pacific. A dispatch dated tien Tein september Solh says that two mandarins have been transported and fifteen men beheaded for complicity in the outrages on French residents. Besides this an embassy is preparing to go to France. Favre s reply to Bismarck. Rocen oct. 20. A copy of the Paris official journal just received Here contains the answer of Favre to the circular of Bismarck on their conference at Ferriere. It is Well says Favre that France should know the extent of the ambition of Prussia. It does not Stop at the Conquest of two of our provinces it seeks our destruction. France must have no illusions her existence is at st a e. She was offered Dishonour and she refused. They propose to punish her by annihilation. I tire fer Nur april Aryl to j Ulii i inc in me glut a fiction of the exorbitant ambition of our enemies even it vanquished France will be a tatter in bar ill have the admiration and sympathy f the worm r Ranee perhaps needed this trial from which she will Issue a daring spy. Tours. Oct 19 the con explains How the report of the arrest i t a. N l i i Viiu. Usu Ine Republican leaders arose there. It seems that a prussian officer who knew wont in Fay. And assuming the name of Lutz. Thor--1.1 1. T Oug my examined me Lortin cations. Lie was on the Point of leaving Tho into o k the authorities grew suspicious and ii res tall pm we 1 i Luish Cia Micai umber tuts a iii Utz was reported to Hia Vivern Mon of Tours. Subsequently the fraud was de .1 1 in. 1 Rea Vucu Auu to prussian Omer snot As a spy. The Crown Prince at work. 9 i on Timmy. Too a division of the Crown Prince s army at tacked the French at chateau Dun 40,000 Stronn. The French War a driven Back and the town carried Xvi. W Job Lori. Many peso users Tarcen by the lier mans whose loss was Small. The earthquake. Tho Shock of an earthquake included in our dispatches this morning from new York Cleveland Montreal. New Castle and various other places reached this City and was Felt very distinctly by a number of citizens a few minutes before twelve o clock Vesterdal Forenoon. Per Sona who experienced the Shock e it As being very novel and Sueo Estive of Izz inem. Hit waa plainly experienced in the first inaliona.1 Liah of this City. The clerk at the Coin counter. Or. Goiman. Noticed a slight movement in Gold and was bothered at the time to know whether it was in sympathy with either the bulls or the bears. On consultation with or. Speer the assistant cashier he was informed there was no panic whatever in the Money Market. The direction of the Shock from the Southwest to the Northeast and continued about forty seconds d using which three distinct heavy and fix tighter shocks were very distinctly Felt. Doubtless a heavy earthquake on the coast of South America will prove to have been the cause of the Shock Felt on this continent. Pittsburgh Post. Uruguay or at least the capital of that Republic is suffering from the disturbed elements within it. The rebels in the Interior of the country too Are making headway against the government linvir.,. Defeated and driven the National troops into a place called Betz. Miscellaneous. Death of general Robert e. Lee. There is mourning throughout the land of the Pine and Palm these Days for the death of another great and Good Man. Nor will the grief for this calamity be sectional in its nature for Here in the North wherever jul slice has a. Sued the place of prejudice the name of general Lee is the synonym for every Chi to which mortal Man possesses. As indicate. 1 by Dis patches at the time general Robert Edmund Lee died at Lexington va., yester Day morning at the Ripe and honoured age of c3. This event was not altogether unexpected. A Little less than two weeks ago the announcement was made that gen. Lee had suffered a paralytic stroke and that his life was despaired of. But his physicians announced that paralysis was not his disease. He rallied again. The Shadow which the intelligence of his misfortune created soon passed away and the event was Well nigh forgotten. The labor the anxiety the exposure and the service of years had broken however a Constitution of Iron and a will almost and the Veteran who had faced death so often surrendered yesterday mor ning and passed from the scenes of life. His disease was pronounced congestion of the brain. When one so noted and so Well known to All the country i3 stricken Down there is a Call for More than a passing notice. Gen. In e was Bomia the 8tute of Virginia in 1s08, and a Lineal descendant of the grand old family of the Lees of Virginia Whest ancestry Date to the birth of the state and whose deeds in the revolution have made them famous in its history. He was the son of Henry Lee the Friend of Washington. In 1822 he was appointed a Cadet at West Point and in 1829 was received into the u. S. Army As second lieutenant. His promotion carried him to a captaincy in 1838," which Posi Tion he held until the breaking out of the War in Mexico in 1846, which opened a Fine Field for renown to the Young and ambitious Soldier. He went to Mexico As chief Engineer of the army under Scott at Cerro Gordo his bravery won him a major s Leaf and Gallant conduct at con tents and cherubu3co made him a Lieuten ant colonel. His career in Mexico was one of Triumph and no braver Man mar Ched with that Little array from Vera Crnz to the Garita san Cosmo of the City of the Monlezum As. He distinguished himself at Chepultepec and his services received recognition in the shape of a colonel s commission. Returning from Mexico he held the position of member of the Board of army engineers until 1s52, when he was appointed to the of tie military Academy at West Point. It was Here that the rebellion found him. For him there was no Choice. Believing in the sovereignty of his state devoted to her interests and maintaining that to the state the citizen owed his first allegiance he tendered his resignation in March 61, and Laid his sword at the feet of Virginia then arming for her struggle with the gen eral government. Thus a descendant of of tie family which had shed Ita blood in building up the Republic of the Western world was one of the first to rally to the defense of a sovereignty which sought to annul a contract which it conceived to have been violated. Virginia joyfully welcomed her son and appointed him to we command of her armies. In the sum mer of 18g1 he was sent into tie Moun tainou8 District to defend the state against the invasion of i lie army Wulc i moved up on the National Road through West Vir Ginia. Owing to. Insufficient Force he was unable to accomplish much. Resuming to Xuc Timon lie busied Lum Selt wit i organizing and equipping of the confederacy. In the Spring of 18.62, upon the Chickahominy Anu one urst struggle Lor Richmond took place. At the Battle of seven Pines gen. Joe e. Johnston received a wound and the command of the army devolved upon gen. Lee. Mcclellan had been his class mate and Friend and together they had gone As bosom companions to witness that Wii Kenui warfare in Ine Crimea Ana learn military science at the siege of Sebastopol. Those seven Days of Richmond will never be forgotten nor need it be told How Leo routed the army of Mcclellan drove it Bael crushed and bleeding upon the James thereby saving the capital. In August of the same year still at Tho head of the army drove Pope Back upon Washington. In the Winter of 18g2 he Defeated Burnside at Fredericksburg and Hooker at Chancellorsville in May 1863. Twice he endeavoured to carry the War across the Potomac. Once in the summer of 1862, when he invaded Maryland and fought the disastrous Battle of anti Tara and once in the summer when he penetrated to Pennsylvania and suffered a crushing defeat at Gettysburg. In May 1864, came terrible defeats of the wilderness where Grant found a for hi3 giant armies and the coun try Learned what was meant by setting numerical strength against generalship. With his shattered army carrying the confederacy in his arms. Lee retreated to the line of the James and from the 8th of May 1861, to the 2d of april. 1865. Now commander in chief of the armies of the confederacy devoted his energies to the defense of Peter sub g and Richmond. ,t3.- ,. I i i 1 i i out military sign bravery Ana a Evoion could not hold out against such Odds As were brought against him. His worn out ragged half fed army stood by his Side until the confederacy crumbled and went to pieces. On the 9th of september he capitulated and with that surrender died forever Tho Hopes of Southern Independence. The close of the War did not find gen. Lee a suppliant at the feet of the govern ment against which he had rebelled he simply accepted the situation and with out sacrificing his manhood he Betook himself to the restoration of his fortunes. And devoted himself to the building up of the Bouth. It was in this regard that he showed his Sterling Worth and won for Nim Selt so Many Friend in the North. Eschewing politics he entered the inviting Fields of literature and on the 2d of octo ber was made president of Washington College at Lexington a. Occasionally his voice went out to the world but it was Only to give advice and counsel to the people whom he loved so Well Here As Well As in the Field he was the True Friend of the South. He waa not one of those who Felt at the close of the War there waa nothing to live for but turning to peace Ful pursuits he saw the College Over which he was called to preside grow from a weak Tendril to a mighty Oak and. Second institution of learning in the Laud. His plans for the future were manifold. Of these the convention which sat in our Cit kist week had proof. All Thia while gen. Lee kept himself aloof from the world of politics strife and intrigue and though his potent influence was not Felt through out the South he himself like the hero of Childe Harold waa reserved and retired and the soft quiet Hamlot where he dwelt waa one of that complexion which seemed mad for one who having his mortality sought a Refuge from his Hopes it a scarcely possible within the limited space of a journal to pronounce such an Eulogius As gen. Lee deserves at our hands nor can we ener into such details of Hia life and career a might be consid ered necessary to logically establish his claims As a military me foam the world knows of his Virtues and private Worth and the men who have commanded armies can Bear to valor and skill As a Man of Amis. He was the great general of the rebellion and compared with him the bloody Corporal who sit in the White House to Day sinks in Tho scale As would a John Balfour of Burley if weighed with Miltiades. It was Hia strategy and military knowledge which kept the Banner of the South afloat so Long and the Campaign of the wilderness the de sense of Richmond and the bold advances into Maryland and Pennsylvania. Which Only failed because of insufficient num Bers established Hira Long before the close of the War As one whom i he powerful press of England might Well proclaim. Thereat Captain of the age 1 there is no Man so bigoted to Day As not to believe that if Grant had commanded the ill provided half fed army which stood like a Wall of fire around Richmond and the command of that grand army which went Down into the wilderness could have been Given to Lee the Flag of the Union would have floated Over the Confederate capital Long before it did. But a Point so Well established and so generally conceded need not be argued. Lee was the great general of the War and it did not require the testimony of the Brave Sherman to determine that fact. We look upon Tho death of general Lee As a great calamity to the people of the South. Hia example to them was incalculable in its results and it was upon such men that the South was wont to lean in this the hour of her humiliation and woe. No event which could have befallen that Section could have created such a profound feeling and even Here in the North where Many men were disposed to look upon the Brave old Warrior As a misguided but nevertheless honest Man a sympathy will be created As great almost As though one had been taken from the head of the government. Such was the private life the Public character and the Devotion to Prin Ciple of this great and Good Man that no where in All the land will the intelligence of his death be received save with enquirer John Quincy Adams letter accepting the democratic gubernatorial . The following is the letter of John Quincy Adams accepting the democratic nomination forgive Norof Massachusetts Quincy oct. 13, 1870. Hon. James Keith president of the convention dear sir presuming that my declare desire to withdraw from the candidacy would have insured Tho dismissal o my name from the minds of the conventional Fitchburg the nomination announced by you in your favor of this Date which have the Hono of acknowledge was some what unexpected by me. Differing in that respect from my eloquent competitor i have for three years Post wished to to governor of Massachusetts very much but having failed to discover the reciprocity of sentiment among a majority of my fellow citizens which is so desirable in such cases. I thought it would be Wise for the democracy to select a More attractive candidate. But the convention having apparently detected a value in my Servi Ces which had escaped my observation it would be abrogating an absurd importance to my individual preferences to persist in an obstinate and ungraceful refusal of so Small a sacrifice to a body of citizens from whom i have accepted such flattering favors. I therefore cordially undertake the duty imposed. The Only real claim of the Republican party of late to Public Confidence is by a Parade of trophies. Willi out head or system or principles it is held together Only by the life of decay corruption. Ita system of taxation is the Mot burdensome and the least democratic in the world its currency ii the robbery of the poor while its vaunted reduction of the debts has Only been accomplished by a cruel taxation w hich doubles the Burden by taking two dollars from the people for each Dollar paid to the Public creditor. This scheme of imposts is deliberately and and in tel in organized in the interests of associated capital alone and is a certainly if not a palpably a Viola Tion of every principle of equal democratic government As waa the cognate policy of the same party by which two Hundred millions of urea of the Otoole a Home Stead lands have been Given away to rail Road corporations. This cunningly devised of Neitie win mis year Lane live or six Hun dred millions of dollars from the people and pay it Over to the capitalists who own mines and Mills and and Aalt works to alleviate their unprofitable la Oor a certainty As it. Tie tax was levied and Tho Bounty avowedly"., pail under the Samo system our Ocean shipping i broken up and our shipyards Are closed and the farming land of new England no longer fetches the Cost of the buildings upon it. And that Ita conspicuous Merit in affording Protection to Tho american Workman from the pauper labor of Europe Way to apparent to the meanest capacity almost the Only article which it admit duty free is an unlimited Supply of cheap chinese imported in lots Tosuni capitalists. The democracy on the contrary accepting the past and frankly recurring to the principles of Jefferson hold out the hand to All who Long for Reform and press for Ward to redeem the future. To that end they Call on All men who Are for a Moder ate and equal Tariff conceived in no inter est less Universal than that of the whole people and All who know that a depreciated currency is a curse to every one but utter perdition to the poor and on those men who see How corruption is sapping the foundations of the government to maintain by their Votee the truly demo cratic measures of hard Money a Revenue Tariff and a Radical reduction and Reform in the civil service. In state affairs the Success of the democracy would Meau the absolute cessation of Grants of a Julie funds or credit to local or partial uses. The sturdy beggars who infest the state nouse need no longer doubt whether can be screwed up to forbid their plans of plunder. Democratic econ omy will not mean a crowded lobby. Ltd l a swelling Uedoi. Special legislation shall no Fonger drag out the session of your legislature to Midsummer and the democracy.1. I. I l in we people to Ouy Pineir Iowa Ana Arink Munwai cited to an odious and expensive corps of informers. Above All sir the democracy intend to try for a new Union under what a Radical senator of the United states has called that decayed. A d worm Date n bequest of the fathers Ottlie Kepu buc the Constitution of the United Stales. And in Success the democratic party at least will not forget that a government no matter what tale it May assume is truly democratic Only in no Saraa Ine guiding will of most per mits free development of each in every attribute of Independent manhood. Very truly your obedient servant. John q. Adams. The following doing declaration had a bad look against vim. B. Munn one of the most prominent Republican Politi Ticia in Philadelphia. The murder occurred at the election. I John c. Nolen solemnly and sincerely make Thia my dying declaration that i waa shot with a pistol in the hands of Alexander Crawford and that i further declare that this murder was committed at the instigation of and by the urgency of William b. Mann late District attorney this act being done while i waa upon the floor of the court Roo on Chestnut John c. Grant professes to be pleased with the result of the late elections. He is. Prob ably glad that his party was not worse beaten. A devout and grateful old gentleman in England was afflicted with the asthma and the gout. When he had the latter to thanked god that it was not the asthma Aud when the asthma caught him he returned thanks that he had not not both diseases at the same time. Graut seems to have something of the same Chicago times. Railroad Accident. On the p. It. W. And c. Railway near Wanatah ind., on sunday night some villain removed a rail by which the engine three baggage cars and one smoker on the West bound express were thrown from the track and Tho Engineer Samuel Slagle and the fireman Alanson Hancock were fatally injured. No one else waa Hurt. The spikes had All been taken out und the rail removed and Laid in the Middle of the track. Two men stabbed one fatally. On last monday while some miners were. Taking apples in Tho Orchard of a 1 w i we amid Larmer Nama Montgomery near Brookfield Mahoning county o., he at tempted to drive them of. They show ing no disposition to leave he attacked them with a Large knife stabbing two of them Onei tally. He was arrested. From the letter from Warwick. The Hills near Auburn Lee ala., september 15th. 1870. To Lite editor of the Day boo k when i was a boy i read it in Xeno Pho n on that night no Man slept i 1 he 1 a nun Ween in Aue in Pircea that Lysander had destroyed the athenian Fleet of Iso ships in the Battle of ago Potami thus closing Thep Eloson Nesia n War. Andre Dur Ino am. Una toil to Vul View in tii tie Astatou of siege. Her Empire had vanished in a night As suddenly As that of Napole on in Tho Shadow of those great events which now startle Enron of and Tho men who assembled at Tho acropolis on Tho next Day talked and Aworo As the. A a t11 1 in sub Ituk anus Leario Day. They War 1 1 Ai. I nov m Icib us u me great calamity which. Had reduced Itin for. A air in r. He "eb1" Tui existence. They too passeditam.iml1 1 ,. An act of Piui meaty Anu swore to be Harmo Niou a and abated nothing of their pretend. Fli Ciny Wenli. T j l ii , with a need of Lou trireme devastated salamis and blockaded Prass while the where peloponnesian army marched into Attica and camped inthe Shadow of the Aca Demus at the Gates of Athens. They were As pitied and Resolute and defiant As the men of Paris us Tuai night no Man slept in could Sleen. Man in nan r. I 1 1 4a x Uii iii i have slept. No Man stent in Penrin that night after the announcement of to i defeat of Mcmahon a i Render of Napoleon at Sedan. At Athens Anu at x ans Iuo years before the Christ at Athens and 1870 years since Christ at pans no Man slept in Tho presence of the great National calamity which threat ened Tho existence of the government and the happiness of Tho people. Democrats How can we sleep now ? calamities Worso than the Bat Les of ego Potami and Sedan have be fallen a enemies worse than Lysander with the blood of 4,000 athenian prisoner a upon his hands Worso than King Ham and Bismarck be leaguer us to sleep nevertheless the sleep of death our government has been liberties destroyed. The very found a Tion of our society and civilization swept. Away. All the stars of glory and of Gui dance have been extinguished in our poetical sky and we Are left to the alter a tits of submission to the Leaden sceptre of a huge military despotism or to be turned adrift to seek Uncertain footing on the. Stormy sea of revolution. We Are Degra ded to the condition of african slaves How can we democrats in this hour of humiliation of rum. Of suffering and of supreme peril ? in this hour when a Patriot might almost consent with glorious old st. Paul to be accursed to save his country when it would to almost a saving virtue to risk damnation to Rescue suffering millions from the grasp of remorseless tyranny have been gloomily revealing the Fate of Athens under the despotic Sway of the thirty tyrants and comparing our condition in these states since the fall of Richmond with theirs. On All sides i see the haughty ebors the insolent minis ters of inimical Jower. I see the strange magistrates warring in All ways and with the merciless spirit of extermination against their obnoxious political opponents 1 i see the election franchise under the immediate control and surveillance of these hostile and malignant magistrates i see the beat men imprisoned exiled from their Homes and murdered by slim trials and illegal even without any Shadow of trial to gratify their fiendish thirst for blood and vengeance i Seo worse than a Spirlun Gunnison in the acropolis worse than the organized of the bloody critics i an infuriated Savage negro soldiery i i see a reign of terror throughout there Down Troddy n Southern states i see Socrates drinking Tho fatal Hemlock and thera Mcnea now clinging to the altar of Refuge in the sen ate House and anon torn away by thes tyrus the Infura Oua head of the eleven horrible executioners of the penal , gentle critics i hear too away Down in the Depths of the Ages and of degradation thy significant decree against the Art of according to the greek idea Emhrncr .,,.i.,l culture. Democrats is if not enough 1 1 crush the Southern heart or Arnol. L. N i w i uan . Cratic heart of the whole country Nuy verily the thirty tyrants did not crus i the heart of the athenian democracy i Aday of restoration came. A new glory crowned the acropolis Tho democracy was Ein Stute i he part for accepting the situation was utterly overthrown min. . Len unit. in i i in a a tyrants were annulled let us find hero our example and inspiration and cease to struggle Only when we cease to live let us fight like Hamlet and if we fall yet pour the death Poison Down the Throat Fomon Greism a he poured it Down that of the incestuous murderous damned Warwick. In Missouri. An interesting Sample of the liberality of Radical Dis franchising the following eloquent and touching illustration of the tyranny of radicalism m Missi Uri we find in the last dumber of the Liberty tribute. It Speaks volumes and in a most effective style. A venerable Man bowed Down with years of Serene and honest countenance and whose hair is whitened by age approaches the Board of registration and asks to be registered a a voter in Hia election District. The inquisition begins what a your name my name is Andrew Means. How old Are you ? eighty years of age come tie 23d Day of next March. How Long have you lived in Clay county nearly fifty years i came to this county among the first who settled Here and have helped to Nikko it what you see it now is. I presume 1 was a citizen of this county before either of you were born. Where were you born ? in Randolph county. North Carolina. Are you willing or. Means to take and subscribe to the oath of the oath of loyalty a duly taken and subscribed and the inquisition renewed. What is your occupation ? i am a Farmer and have been 8ince my Poluh. Are you now and were you dui ing the rebellion Loyal to the government i am and waa. I ought to be. My father waa with gen. Greene at Tho Battle of Guilford. I waa a Soldier under Jackson in the War of 1812. Man and boy 1 have been faithful to my Counley have Viola Ted none of her Laws have done no Man any wrong. I have discharged All the duties my country has imposed upon to and besides i have Given her my Loyo and reverence. How did Vou feel towards the or Vern. Ment and the rebels during the rebellion. And with whom did you sympathize x opposed secession and Sumii Orlid the government. I Wes a Southern Man born und bred and had lived All my life in the South. All my friends and relations were there and i would not have been a human being Hud i not sympathized with them and wished that they might escape Tho Perua Auu calumnies i War out i did not sympathize with Tho object of their Strug Gle. I am and have Ever been a Democrat and during the civil War the government did some things that were not Only unwise but unjust. How did you Manifest your loyalty during the rebellion my age Aud infirmities excused to from Anna and the Peri la of Tho time justified me in peaceably remaining at Home and that i did. Ominous winks and glances Are now interchanged among the inquisitors. A Low whisper succeeds tis if Eer Penta hissing a Hajt Nony in the Long grass. The muskets of the guards clash As they nervously grasp them. The old m n s Lead Rolls from the Block und in pitied tears fulls from his eyes. A nod is Given to a Man at the door with on observant Eye und the next victim is summoned. Andrew Means is a slave

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