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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 14, 1870, Canton, OhioVolume 37. Canton Stark county Ohio september 14, 1870. " number 14," business directory st. Paul s episcopal Church Corner of tenth and pour Stree la. Sumly car Viper. Tou o clock a. nit74o Cio p. burday school f o clock p. At. Thursday eve ning lecture. To Rev. Jaa. O. Laverty Rector. & j. Geiger a Sikkut East Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. I. Rothacker East Tiu Chwu Street. Unwin a iii. Prutt 7uii Stark county Democrat. A. Ducq Refior a son publishers and Plain an fancy Job printers Empire Block Canton Ohio. Hiram Thurston Book bind and Blank boo manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind by in haters Block up stairs. Canton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea furniture dealer and undertaker East Tusca rawas Street. Canton Ohio. Nov tif John p. Rex merchant tailor and dealer in american and imported cloth Casai Merea. Yea tin and gent rum Nhung foods Alao a tent Tor the machine Canton Ohio. Niay4 70- if Prince & Haas undertakers metallic and All kinds of coffins Al ways on hand. Two hearses always in Readi Ness East Tuscarawas Street Cantou Ohio Edwin Smith. Photographer 4o particular attention Given to copying and enlarge pictures. Oval frames and albums constantly on hand. Koonuk in Mathews s Block South Market Street. Canton Ohio. Jugueta Taitl a. J. Douds Gur Trean dentist office no stairs. In residence on Market Street West Side three doors South of Public boo Are Canton Ohio. All operations connected with the profession promptly attended to. Decl or. P. J. Rowan licentiate of the College of physicians and surgeons Ontario will receive fallout at his office and residence three doors East of c. J. Oei icer s drug store no stairs. Hours of consultation from s to in a. A and 2 to 9 p. Mayi Storo or. J. A Siddall dentist barter s Block Canton Ohio. Geo. Harter & bro., Bankers East Tuscarawas Street. Canton. Ohio receive deposits loan Money buy Gold Sil Bonds and compound interest and sold. S. 4 e. S. Meyer attorneys at Law Canton Ohio. Office in Danna Miller s new building near Public Square nov Oval r. S. Shields attorney at Law Canton Ohio. Office in Eagle Block id floor Over Geeting Bucher s store. July Lotf c. L. Valland1gham, counsellor Ai Law Dayton Ohio. Will practice in the several state and Federal courts. Office no. 27 third Street first stairway East of the Ohio insurance company. Marls70yl so. W. Arr. Aso. S. Sal dam. Raff pc Baldwin attorneys at Law Canton. Ohio. Office in the Agle Block up stairs. Ana 7otf we. Mckinley attorney a Law office in Eagle Block Over National Bank Canton Ohio. Junes 67 j. A. Comerf0rd. Robt. Campbell. C0merf0rd & Campbell Atte Neya at Law Trump s building Canton Ohio up stairs. French and German spoken sepals . Mcgregor attorney at Law and general collecting agent. Cartilage Jasper county Missouri. Totz Ltd Harvey Laughlin attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. Cite Locia. Baa Rosa Haat win Gassett. Schefer & Garnett attorneys at Law Canton Stark county Ohio Funel 7lui3 William a. Lynch attorney at Law and notary Publio office inca silly s Block Canton Ohio May 7oyl j. A Mccord attorney a Law and general collection agent Alliance Ohio. Business entrusted to his care will receive prompt attention. A of j. G. Williard county Surveyor office in the county recorder s Othuel in the Wikidal building where he can be found when in the City if not any business wanted can be left with Jacob Kaplinger esq., county recorder who will give due notice Tome. The Law authorises the county Surveyor to take the acknowledgement of any instrument of writ ing he will therefore write and acknowledge agreements mortgagee deeds so at fair prices Aud upon the shortest notice. Canton january 14, mos. Otto Winterhalter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in watches clocks jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly done on Short notice no Eagle Block Canton Ohio. Feb3 6utf Deuble & brother dealers in watches. Clocks. Jewelry silverware a East Side of Public. Square Canton Ohio. Repairing done on abort notice. J. A. Meyer dealer in american and foreign watches clocks silverware and fancy goods Northwest Corner of Jublle Square Canton Ohio. Repairing neatly expeditiously and satisfactorily done. " we Thompson dealer in real estate. Dwellings houses for Aala. Rent or Exchange for City or farming property. Building lots of every variety Price and location for Sale cheap. Monthly payment received and four yearn Triue Given Otic in Uane e Block Kaat tue Carmas a tweet no Taira. Nov6tf h Selden s. Steal estate and collection Agency Corner fifth and Poplar streets. Canton Ohio. Farms and town properly bought sold and rented. 1 Tea examined is be s paid estates settled Deeda mortgage leases a written Money borrowed and loaned on real estate. Coal and Ether kinds of Mineral property wanted tool ease or Purchase. Janis Tuyl. G. Eicher. Led estate agent office above Bane s leather Audi hut Tuscarawas Street Canton unto May 14 Exchange hotel. By f pm fort old depot. Guests properly Catisi Tut Anat Tali moderate. May la but of Jackson hotel Louis Hollger proprietor North Market Street. Alliance House r. I i .1 k. L. A u f. A Ohio. Meals always in readiness on arrival of st. Cloud hotel. C d. Ely. Proprietor Publio Square Canton Ohio. Hulytt h. in millinery and fancy goods no s opera douse Xuoc Canton Toiuo. By o. It. A. Is. Hmura Conwin. No. 4. O. U. A. A. Meets eve evening at i o clock in Donne. Miner s new Rioca. De. E. Menart o. Or. H. Sanunu r. S. Janail livery. Univ Toiv livery Crevoisie s lot 5th st., Canton Ohio Earnst mid Daudi proprietors Itte Hava the finest Ria a in the City All be vying new and Good horses. Conveyances to let on reasonable terms with or Wim oui Urivez. Nor mtg bed booms. sleep sleep of Yea would sleep comfortably boy Blake s1 Patent steel spiral Spring bed Bottom of natured of Mcalum s ,v.". To City Book store manufactory Corner of Walnut. And seventh streets one Oil a sch to v,.,j i. F. The. N.ntr.1 Andom Vian. A Ini. 17 91 u or i ,.mt Washington College. , a. Faculty gen. K. Lee. Phi a Carter j. Harrim a m run. Ii we f m., Ito Fessor of greek. O. 4ui.iu, a. Prof of modern languages. Rev. J. U k1lpatkick, d. D., prof of moral Philoan Ohrum. Preston Johnston &. M.,j" Torr English . L. Nelson a. M., prof. Mathematics we. Allan a. Prof. Applied d. Mccall Lorf a. prof. Natural l. Campbell a. M., prof. Chemistry. To prof. Applied . J. W. Kix Kinbrough prof. Law.rude3 m ass1 a a. M., As t prof. Modern languages. ?tas c Lyle a m ass t of. Mathematic Scharles a. Graves. , ass t prof. Englis Josei h b. Walker ass t prof. Chemistry and principal of business school. For the present the instruction in English i divided among the professors of moral philosophy modern languages and history with tiie Aid of an assistant i Rossor. The duties of this chair Sre discharged by the professors of chemistry and natural philosophy. I. Academic course. The College is divided into distinct schools each fully Organ fixed and Complete in itself so Asto Atford the Best facilities for rendering the instruction in the several branches of education extensive and thorough. The student selects his own course of study under the direction of his Orent or the faculty but that no motive May be wanting to a Complete and Avat Matin rur. R education the separate schools Are so arranged " j a u. Como Neu into me following departments 1. Department of arts. This embraces the subject of latin greek English. Moral philos div. Mathematics with two others to be elected one from the literary and one from the scientific schools. The degree of Bachelor of arts is one conferred on the Stu Dent who successfully completes this course. 2. Department of science. This embraces mathematics. Anti lied Mathe Matics. Natural philosophy chemistry French with one owner to tie elected from the literary schools. To this course is attached the Derree of Bachelor of science. 8. Department of philosophy. This embraces English. Modern lans uss a moral philosophy history and English Litera Ture with two others to be elected one from the literary and one from the Scie Titie schools. To this course is attached the degree of Bachelor of philosophy. The degree of master of arts is conferred on students who have completed the course of study in nine of the schools and have taken distinction in seven of these. Ii. Professional course. The departments of engineering were organized after the War to meet a want Long Felt in the South of the highest Grade of Scie Titie instruct. Ion in those important professions. They Are now in full and successful operation. 1. Department of civil engineering. This embraces mathematics. Annulled Mathe Matics. Physics mechanics chemistry French in gun l rating Ana astronomy Utu Denta who successfully Complete this course receive the diploma of civil Engineer. 2. Department of mining engineering. J a ins Eui race. Mathematics. Applied Matlie mat is. Physics chemistry mineralogy and geology metallurgy mining German and English. To this course is attached the diploma of mining Engineer. It is proposed still further to extend the practical and scientific departments in the direction of 1. Mechanical engineering. 2. Applied chemistry. 3. Agriculture. 4. Commerce. 3. Department of Law. This Ems Rocha lit. I kill not. it. And to it is attached the degree of Bacheler of Law. Iii. Preparatory depart. Ment. This has been on raised Lemon mrily a. of Young men who Hay been prevented by the War from obtaining a Julinia a run. Oration for College. It embrace the subjects of x i 1. A. 1 Iriwa Ami Suauu Ana Cui Isu. Ito do or instruction an examination. To secure constant and thorough drilling the classes Are divided into sections of from Twenty to thirty which Are taught separately. In the lower classes the instruction is mainly Given by text Book s and exercises in the higher classes lecture Are combined with these. The exam Nisito a. Aie Hula Oral and Wruten. And those for proficiency and i Unutoa Are thorough Aud Are Moroun Ana and Sociol inducements to Deliance Ihm. Gold medals and live honorary scholarships the latter covering tuition and College fees Are Annu ally rewarded. Three masters of arts Are annually appointed As resident masters with valuable privileges and emoluments. The College educates free of charge All for the ministry properly appoints to free scholarships Twenty five e Young men intending to make journalism their profess Ion. It give a Long credit to meritorious Young men without Means who wish an . The discipline of the Colleary. Under the Malmlof the president tends to develop Honor Manli us expenses Are not More than 1325 Oer annul. The College fees and three months Board amounting to about $175, Are required in Advance. Parents Are advised to Deboalt the in not. A their sons with the treasurer experience having shown the benefits of this to the session opens the thursday of september and closes the fourth thursday of june. outer Artic Viiar apply. Leech. Clerk of faculty Lexington. Bethany College. Nice thirtieth session of this institution will commence on monday it to september. Stu and terminate on the Lmh of june 1x71. It is romantically situated in the midst of the Beautiful and of the Panhandle of West Ginia easily accessible by Railroad or River and Burro Taueu with Wie most favourable influences Lort Dent life. It has a no Oerly in . Apu oratus. Library. A. Of Over &l&1 us Noa Iid thus enabled to sustain a faculty and uru Sii us Timea Lor a i Orogun education of tiie very first o. Jer. Ample accommodations Are provided for both Publio and private boarding and unfurnished rooms will be let to students who wish to Board themselves. Courses of instruction. 1st.regular Lite Rorr course including the ancient languages for the decree of Bachelor of arts. X. Literary and scientific course for the degree 01 acne for us sciences. 3. The course for Mas ter of arts. 4, Tisby course for master of sciences. Special courses in practical chemistry civil Thiu Mysiuk v. Be Uuie Imam Caiiou As to these courses will be found in our catalogue. Apparatus and museum. The institution a a Complete set of philosophical apparatus and students who wish it Are trained in the use of Field instruments. Also a thoroughly fued no Laboratory for practical instruct Jiuu Auu Avra in Anoy Susji and an ample museum for the study of natural history. B tuition $50 tier Spasin boarding from to to is per week. Unfurnished Rooma $.1 per session to each pm Misiun to sons of of the gospel of All further particulars apply for catalogue to. J Row i y. A to w. It. P14ndleto.v, president bnum.wimv.julya0m3 plants & Flowers Jewls div gel nurseryman & Florist offers in addition to his usual Stock of Al varieties of vegetable & Flower seeds. His extensive Plant houses Corner of and Plum streets. Canton Ohio Are now stocked with the finest and Best grow log plants in America. A specially of All new bedding plants which l imported in Ine r Oll 01 Laos Are new Rosea new Verbena new fuchsias 36 varieties new foliage plants new Jouble her Anim la Varte Tiea. New Tri col or Geranium new zonal Geranium new dahlias new Aud Hardy a nixes 23 varieties new Heliotrope new he Dranes. New Raa Flora Etc. In addition to the above i offer a Large Stock of fruit and ornamental Trees y Ines Fautu. By rubber at Lew rates. Also cabbage tomatoes beet Pepper celery and annual lower Sweet potato plants in season. A Cive he a Call. Canton. March so. H 70- u Akron stage. Mail stage leaves the by. Cloud hotel forthe keen town and All intermediate Points to Akron at 7 30, a. M., on mondays wednesdays and fridays returning on alternate Days. Through Lor to Akron ilm. Express packages delivered promptly and Attr p. No maj fat Flutot. Ii Nuu Kii i Riillo attention Farmers Don t fail to Call at Headquarters when too want to buy flannels Good and cheap i blankets Good Aud cheap Cassimeris a food and cheap i sat nets Good and cheap t yarns Good and cheap new patterns Bright colors Good colors full Width & will Wear. Brins along the Wool you have and Exchange it. Custom work done and satisfaction warranted. Middlebury Woolen Mills Middle bub hardware. Johnson Sherrick life Miller. 1ve w had wave store. Shee Eick & Millee Geiger Block. 14 1- a Esu Tui raw st., t Stanton o Han e just opened a Choice and select Stock entire new hardware purchased Princi Pally in new York from manufacturers when Gold a. Ii Mca we Oner to our Irenos at greatly reduced rates. We will keep on hand a full assortment of Genera hardware Munith Ai nails Glass Sash & doors locks. To re steel axles Springs hoes shovels. Forks tools Cedar Ware cutlery spoons Silver Ware of Iha a. i a. J j harness trimming enamelled goods floor Oil clot h. Lamps & Carbon Oil cheap. Miners material oils of All kind Ruke White Lead and warranted varnish of the beat . And everything usually kept in a first class liar aware Are Amenta far t Ritva i two r in in. 1 i. F. ill ,11v udi cheap first class sewing machine in the world. A in guv w v .,11 i i iii win Ana examine it. Sherrick a Miller. Apr70- of furniture. Removed. Furniture store z. Bernhard removed a furniture rooms from his has place in hang s Block to Bis new and ele git room in Saxton s Block 32 South Market st., Canton Ohio a Call and see my Large Stock of the Beautiful and substantial such As parlor sets chamber sets wardrobes secretaries bureaus bedsteads tables chairs a. Jas work made to order and All warranted we me a Call. July7tl z. Bernhard. Dye1nq. Conked Peter French team scorer and clothes cleaner Max Ellin s building East to Cara was Street Canton Ohio. Boats. Cloaks. Shawls. Pants. Vests dresses a and All sorts of car cents cleaned up on Short notice Ana made to Loose As Well As new. Woolen garments coloured a Beautiful Black. All work Oro Motev done at reasonable Rales. Clothes left on my bands will be forfeited st the end or Inree Monona Jan 26 toil j. Wrigley la0m nuts Shaou silk & Woolen Dyer 5 doors West of Post office cantos o. I h awls of every description cleaned equal to j hats dyed and pressed. Cranes and feathers dyed and curled. Lace Berage Merino and velvets cleaned and dyed any color or Shade. Dresses dyed without being taken apart. Also carpets rugs a. Men s clothes cleaned and pressed. Warranted to give satisfaction and on the Low est terms june Tux. Lulal. Superio Tsitle. John Larwill is. Aaron a Sirroll it no. By virtue of in Ordor to Nel issued from the court of common pleas of Stark county Ohio and to a directed 1 will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of Trio court hous e in the City of Canton on saturday the 2tk Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county to wit the undivided half of part of the Southeast Quarter of Section number 5, of township no. 10, Range number 8, beginning at the North West Corner of the cemetery lot in said Quarter thence with the West line of said Quarter North Wardly 20 chains and 38 links to the North went Corner of said Quarter thence with the North line of Anid Quarter 10 chains and 10 links to the North West Corner of lands belonging to Jacob Sprankle thence with said Sprankle s land the five Corners and distances following reversed to wit South Wardly to chains and 87 links to a Post East with the variation 3 to the right 17 chains and 15links to a Post South 1 Chain and 15 links to a Post South 3 East 7 cli Ains and 25 links to a Post South 2 chains to a Post thence leaving Sai Sprankle s land North 8tf West 3 chains and Slinks to a Corner of Miller s land thence North 2u West 8 chains and 58 links to a Post thence South 44 vj3 went 5 chains and 42 links to a Post thence North 66 6 chains and 13 links to double red Oak tree thence South 4 chains to a Stone thence West c chains and 13 links to the Northeast Corner of said cemetery lot thence with the North Boundary thereof the Wardly 8 chains and 15 links to the place of beginning con Taining 33 acres and of an acre subject however to the right of Christian Miller and Jacob Sprankle their heirs and assigns of using the water of Meyer s run and the West Branch of Nim Ishill Creek passing through said premises according to the terms of the Grant heretofore mad but including in said estate and As appurtenant to said premises ten feet in Width off the North Side of the land adjoining said Miller s land on the South and extending As far As said Miller s landform a Road. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. terms Cash. R. A. Dunbar sheriff Stark county o. Aug24w5 Slier Iff Sale. Mussel Man a Kirk it no is Thosmas b. Meyers it us it Al by virtue of an order to sell issued from Theof common pleas of Stark county Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court House in the City of Canton on. Saturday the 10th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in Stark county Ohio lots numbered 45, 40,47, 4h, 49, 50 and 51, in the town of Kendall now City of Massillon aug lot numbered a in the town now City of Massillon. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. Terms Cash. R a. Dunbar sheriff aug Lota Stark co., Ohio. Sheriff Sale. Alliance loan and building association is John j. Vinton it us it Al. By virtue of an order to sell issued from the court of common pleas of Stark county Ohio and to me directed i will Oiler for Sale at Public outcry at the door of Tho court House in the City of Canton on saturday the 0th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in Suid county to a lot Nunier fifty is x 5cj in Webb s addition to the town of Alliance. Sale to commence at i o clock p. M., terms Eash. 11. A. Us Aull null old. Shuriff Stark co., o. Sheriff Sale. Greiner steel a co., is Charles w. Noland it of virtue or an order to sell issued from theby court of common pleas of Stark county. Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public out cry at the door of the court House in the City of Canton on saturday the qty Day of september 1870. The following described real estate situate in said county lot number one 1 in Jehu b. Miner s Secona Naumon to the town of Alliance free from Homestead of the defendants and free from Dower of defendant Jane Noland. Bale to commence at i o clock p. Terms. Cosh. B. A. Dunbar sheriff aug Iota. Stark co., Ohio. Sheriff Sale. Joseph Schott to Barton Josenh Etc r. By virtue of an order to sell issued from Theof common Elcas of Milark count of. O. And to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court House in the City of Canton on saturday the 10m Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county it lot number sixty is x or. I Brooks a Jennings addition to the town of Alli Ance. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. A. Terms Cash. R. A. Funbar. Aug Iota. Sheriff Suu co., o. Sheriff Sale. Maria Mclean is Edwin k Mclean. By virtue of an order to sell issued from Theof common pleas of Stark county. Ohio Aud to me directed will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court House in the City of Canton on saturday the 10th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate instar county Ohio it lot number four 4 in York s addition to the town of my Union. Sale to commence at 1 o Cleck p. M., terms Cash. B. A. Dunbar. Sheriff aug Iota Stark co., o. Sheriff Sale. Joseph g. Keith it Al a George Mayer tax it Al by virtue of an order to sell issued from Theof common pleas of Stark county. Ohio. And to me directed. Twill offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court House in the City of Canton on saturday the 10th Day of september. 110, the following described real estate situate instar county Ohio t lot number three 31 Sale to commence at 1 o clock n. terms. Cash. B. A. Dunbar sheriff aug Iota Stark co 0. Suer Liy Hale. John Ott it Al is. George Kyle it at by virtue of an order to sell Tom Valcourt of common pleas of Stark county Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry on the premises in Sugarcreek township in monday the 3rd Day of october 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county to wit the Northwest Quarter of Section number one in township number eleven of Range number ten. Sale to commence at 11 o clock a. terms one third Cash the balance in one an two equal annual payments Wilh interest from Day of Sale secured by mortgage on the premises. N. A. To a sheriff. Aug31ws sheriff Sale. The Canton building association no. 1 is. John Orth it us by virtue of an order to sell issued from to court of common pleas of Stark county Ohio an to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court hous e in tiie City of can ton on saturday the 1st Day of october 1s70. The following described real estate situate instar county Ohio to wit parts of lots numbers one Jiu Nereu Ana Iwema of e 121 and one Hun dred and Twenty to o i in the City of Canton. Oaie my commence at i o cock p. Terms . A. Dunbar sheriff. Aug31w5 Sherler Sale. James Forcell is. Jacob Snyder. By virtue of a i. A. Issued from the a common pleas of Stark county Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court hous e in the City of Cau saturday the Day of september 1870, the following described Seal estate situate instar county Ohio to wit seventy five e feet front and rear off the West Side of lot number Twenty two 22now numbered eleven Hundred an fifty 1150 in Peter Housel s addition to the City of Canton. Sale to commence at i o clock p. terms Cash. R. A. Dunbar aug24w5 sheriff of Stark county o. Suer lff Sale. Peter Theobald it Al is. Frederick Branch Leret us by virtue of an order to sell issued from the court of common pleas of Stark county Ohio an to me directed i will offer for sole at Public outcry at the door of the court hous e in the cite of Canton on saturday the 2ith Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate instar county Ohio to wit the West half of lot number sixty four m in the town of to commence at 1 o clock p. Terms Cash. K. A. Durbak sheriff. Sheri Arsale. Christian Miller s adm r is. E. End engr tax by virtue of a i. A. Issued from the court of common pleas or Stark county Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court hous e in the City of cat Ion on saturday the 2ith Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county to wit the. North half of lot number on Hundred and fifty fir e 155 in the City of Canton. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. Terms . A. D b a it sheriff. Aug24w5 Legal notice. Whets Al Elizabeth Whetsel isaia Lavina Maria Whetsel and Mary Louisa Whetsel and other persons who Are heirs at Law of Lydia Whetsel deceased but whose names and places of residence Are unknown will take notice that on the 31st Duy of August 1870, John hone filed his petition in the court of common pleas within and for the county of Stark an slate of Ohio alleging that he is seized in fee Sim ple of seven undivided eighth parts of lot number sixteen in the town of Mcdonaldsville in said county and that the before named and other heirs at Law of said Lydia Whetsel deceased Are jointly seized in fee simple of the remaining undivided eighth part of said premises. Said petition prays for partition of said premises in such manner that the said John Hane May hold his aforesaid proportion thereof in severally and will be for hearing on the first Day of the next term of said court. Raff a Baldwin attorneys for Petitioner. August 31, 1870w political. The Campaign. Democratic meeting at Hamilton. Speech of gen. Cary. The democracy of Hamilton met in the court House Yard and opened the Campaign with music firing of Cannon an Public speaking. The meeting was called to order by judge Elijah Vance. Hon. Lewis d. Campbell made a Brief opening speech concisely announcing the platform upon which he proposed to make the con Freas ional canvass. Or. G. Briefly defined on the question of disposing of the lands owned by the government the Tariff taxation chinese importation and other questions after which he introduced Hon. S. F. Cary who spoke As follows fellow citizens it seems out yester Day since we were in the midst of a political canvass yet whenever we remember the intervening events frs cares an duties which have pressed upon us we realize that a year has passed. The bronzed faces which i see before me show that you have been the subjects of that inexorable decree that Man should eat bread in the sweat of his face and that the Battle of life has been no Holiday amusement. Whether in the past we have been right in our judgments and votes we can now determine in the Light of experience. As with the Best possible aids and with the purest of motives it is human to err we should seek from every source Light in the path of duty or in the language of the Good Book prove All thing and hold fast that which is As honest men and patriots you have no motive to be wrong in your opinions or actions. As honest men and patriots and not As partisans i submit for your consideration my views of the political situation. If these views do not commend themselves to your judgments you can reject them if they Challenge your approval adopt and act upon them without reference to party attachments. Bondage to party is the meanest slavery for it involves the unconditional surrender of our manhood. From my own standpoint of observation i shall discuss the living issues of the present canvass and not trouble you with the consideration of questions which have been settled. He who would Appeal to your passions or prejudices to influence your votes is unworthy of your Confidence and you Sho d suspect the virtue of his cause. Labor and capital. For Many years my attention has been directed to the interests of the working classes and i have zealously and earnestly maintained that the most of our Legisla Tion both state and National has discriminated against the rights of labor and in favor of in Neinl t hoi a in oct a Ikon there is an unfair distribution of the joint earnings of capital Ana la Dor treat our Tariff and internal Revenue Laws Are an wrought Tiet work to Rah Hon est Industry of its just rewards. From a Carei i examination of the condition of the working classes in Europe made Dur in 7 Tov Fth t Oyta Nolai inn my Nantin. Tons have been strengthened and unless Ciusa legislation is arrested in mis country god s nobility will find themselves in a Mora rom hiring Tolian. Tia j Vuu Iwu Hucus Amiin the old world. What Are the dangers which threaten us and the evils from which we must be delivered or become the vassals of a vile Bastard aristocracy ? we shall in the future elaborate on the topics briefly discussed to in the ii st of m u which we refer is .4. " centralization of Power in the Federal government. There Are in our government As in nature two opposing forces the centrifugal and the centripetal. The first unchecked would throw the states out of their orbits and the end would be anarchy. The Sec Ond unrestrained would fuse them into a solid mass and result in a centralized despotism. Our fathers undertook to construct a government with checks and balances so that both extremes might be avoided and an equilibrium preserved. They gave to the Federal government such junctions As would enable it to secure Unity and Harmony among the states and constitute them a nation. All Powers not granted to the Federal government were reserved to the states and the people. These master builders Lound materials which they believed they could utilize without marring the symme try or weakening the Structure of civil government. Without making slavery National its existence in the estates was recognized. This exc essence on the body politic continued to grow and develop until its weight threatened to drag the afflicted states out of their orbits. A bloody civil War came the surgeon s knife was applied the exc essence was re moved the centrifugal Force was arrested the states retained the nation s Unity preserved. In getting rid of one danger we Are encountering another in avoiding scylla we Are nearing Charybdis. The centripetal Force is now operating with fearful effect. The virtual annihilation of state governments fusion consolidation despotism will be our portion if the mad career n the Radical party is not May then be said of us As was said of one of old when other devils took posses Sion of him after having been once cleansed his last state was worse than the under the fifteenth amendment the states can not determine the qualifications of electors in their own local governments. Federal government claims the rights to Grant characters for railroads in and through states without their consent Cre ate insurance companies with branches in the states to interfere with the state elections by military Power in Short to do any thing and every any despotic government on Earth May or dare the lovers of free government must arrest this tendency to despotism at once. Or another bloody civil War May be Neces sary to recover our lost liberties. Another calamity which can Only be averted by immediate and United action is the reckless Wanton and corrupt squander ing of the Public lands the common inheritance of the race. Lib erty civilization and Progress depend upon a wide distribution of lands among the people. In great Britain of thirty Mill ions of people there Are Only thirty thou Sand land owners and one Hundred and fifty of these own one half of the whole kingdom. The great curse of Ireland the loveliest spot of Earth is that her people do not own the soil but Are the Mere tenants at will of non residents landed aristocracy. The glad stones the Brights and other lovers of free government Are taxing their Powers to devise a plan of univ Tiauw Uusi Tuo very evils into a Man the Radical party is now drae Einer us. The creation of land monopolies is one of the chosen a cremes of that party. I proof of this accusation we would simply mention the fact without amplifying the details that during its b if existence it has squandered upon railroads and other monopolies a tract of land nearly ten times the size of Ohio and schemes of plunder multiply at each successive ses Sion of Congress. The workingmen of this country Are in Earnest when the demand a cessation of hostilities upon their a cats and claim that the Public lands should not be Civen to corporations or sold to speculators but reserved for homesteads of actual settlers whether native or foreign born. Alarmed at the dissatisfaction of the workingmen in their party on account or this swindle the Republican Conven Tion at its recent meeting in Columbus passed a Resolution mildly condemning the squandering of the Public Domain. As an evidence of their insincerity and by. Pocris they nominate and will support for the very men who ave. Their mixer stance. Tappi Ause. The action of president Grant sustained by the party in sending unite. States troops to the Cherokee Neutral lands in Kansas to Aid in robbing the thousands of settlers upon these lands of their Homes under the pretext of carry ing out a bargain by which eight millions of acres were handed Over to Joy and his rascally confederates is an illustration of How far the landless poor can Trust the Republican leaders. Such acts can Only be perpetrated by tyrants and defended Only by their dupes. Applause. Tariff and Revenue Laws. Again we arraign this party at the bar of an outraged people for the enactment and perpetuation of an iniquitous Tariff and internal Revenue system. Applause. Legitimate Commerce is the Exchange of products and All restraints and hindrances by government in making these exchanges is an interference with the natural rights of Man. The Only apology for the collection of custom duties it is the fairest and easiest Way to obtain Revenue for the support of government. We seriously question this proposition but in Sist that Only a Revenue Tariff is tolerable. Soils climate productions adaptations Are different even in the same country the wants of civilized society Are Multi form and in proportion to the facilities of exchanging what we do not want or our surplus productions for what we do need or the surplus production of other sin that ratio Are we Independent and Happy. So advanced is our civilization that we require the products of All lands and Lew contributions upon All quarters of the of the. Globe. Exclusiveness is neither possible nor desirable. Mutual depend ence is the Law of god i every passing Railroad train every puff of steam and every Yard of canvass on Ocean Lake or River is an illustration of this Law and As these highways of Commerce Are Multi plied and crowded so will men and nations be advanced in civilization in Happi Ness in the arts of peace in All that elevates signifies and exalts the chains on Commerce restrict Trade and you place society on the Down Grade to Ward barbarism. If left free Commerce will Lead civilization by the hand and peace and fellow ship will be established among the nations. The More depend ence the More peace and Prosperity. We can not Amend or reconstruct the divine Economy to Advance the interests of communities states or nations. Free Trade is the International common Law of the Al mighty and the sooner custom houses Are swept from the face of the Earth the better it will be for Mankind. Under our protective Tariff and internal Revenue Laws our ships have been driven from the Ocean and every species of Trade and All kinds of productive Industry Are stricken with paralysis. Instead of american Industry being protected it is prostrated those whose Industry entitles them to an Abun dance Are poverty stricken and labor is either unemployed or unrequited. The advocates of the protective policy claim that the Only possible Way to build up and sustain Home manufactures is to impose duties on foreign Commerce and thus shield Home labor from Competition with the pauper labor of other countries. This plea is As false As it is hypocritical false because it is a tax levied upon one class of producers for the Benefit of another. If a Farmer can procure two Yards of cloth in old England for a Bushel of wheat and can get Only one in new England and he is forced to buy in the latter is not one half of his produce Given without consideration to the Home manufacturer Peter is robbed to pay Paul " it is hypocritical As Wen As raise because they who make it profess to be actuated by philanthropic motives they would not have the poor workingmen of America brought Down to the starving wages of those in Europe. The very men who Are the most importunate for probition Are those who complain that labor costs too. Much in this country. And to re Liiva who Pata Arlen Cal Ting the importation of the pagans of Vina who can work Lor a Trine because they can live on what an american would starve. They would peril the future peace and Well being of the Republic by importing another and entirely insoluble element into society to diminish the towards of labor and increase the gains of capital. Again the tax Payi Power of the people is impaired by this protective sys tem. The legitimate Means of paying taxes is the surplus left alter exchanging what we do not want for what we do re quire. We have no surplus but Are hampered crippled robbed without under standing How and Why it is we Are so poor. If one of you Farmers could go to a store and buy a Hundred dollars Worth of goods at their fair marketable value without duties and the incidental costs and charges Ana a government Omer stood at the door As you passed out to collect from you another Hundred for the support of the government and to protect american la Bor you would understand better the now mysterious manipulations of the Tariff. You would know Why you had no surplus after procuring the necessaries of life. The plundering of the producing classes is so adroitly and stealthily done that they do not know that it is done or to vhf the product of their labor procures so Little of what they want. At the prime Cost of sail Tea Conee Calico Muslin flannels shoes hardware household and Kitchen consumption would be Ereat by increased and of course increased activity would be mused into the manufacturing and carrying trades. Our abundant production of raw material our facilities for manufacturing with our Superior skill in the invention and application of machinery will enable us to compete with other Peoples in our own or in foreign markets. During the Corn la w agitation in England the Farmers were wonderfully excited. Mobs and riots were not unfree que it at the Prospect of the depreciation of their lands by the Competition of for eign productions. Their protective Tariff was repealed As the result our Corn flour beef pork and cheese Are abundant in their markets yet their lands have doubled and quadrupled in value and agricultural labor and skill were never better rewarded than now. In future discussions we shall be Able More fully to expose the enormities and iniquities of the protective Tariff that it is wrong in principle and ruinous in prac Tice. This and our internal Revenue sys tem like the upper and nether Millstone Are grinding to dust every Industrial interest. They have driven our artisans from our workshops and infused increased activity wealth and Enterprise into the workshops of Europe. Not a single Steamer sails under the american Flag to or from any european port. We would say something More on our internal Revenue system which with the Tariff is robbing labor of its rewards and squandering them upon an army of informers spies. Government officials of a higher Grade and an untaxed aristocracy. These themes involve the whole subject of taxation. Taxes Are a debt due the state in consideration of its Protection to life and property and should be levied upon the people equitably according to the Protection rendered. They Are a debt we All owe and each should pay his. Fair share promptly and without complaint. Are our Revenue Laws constructed on this Prin Ciple ? let us see. Beer whisky and tobacco. It is a source of congratulation that the larger part of our internal Revenue is Deri Ved from Beer whisky and tobacco. It is said that every Man can do without these luxuries and if he persists in using them let him foot the Bills. We do not deny that every person can do without these articles but we do resist the conclusion that the consumer of them should be compelled to pay other men s share of the Public debt. Government should be sustained by levies upon the property and not upon the vices of the people. It is downright knavery in me to shift my my burdens for the maintenance of government on your shoulders because you choose to indulge in a vicious practice. Inordinate taxes Are levied upon whisky and tobacco not to deter men from their on 1. I 1 1 1 1, Meiu those no Nave Money Bonds and other property from Pavini their equitable share of debt. We have constructed our system upon the English Model. The working classes of great Britain Are almost universally addicted to the use of tobacco indeed they regard it As a necessary of life. The Lan ded and Moried aristocracy who there As Well As Here enact the Laws taking advantage of this habit of the masses have constructed a Revenue Law by which to Bacco users pay Over $20,000,000 of taxes while All the landed estates in the kingdom pay Only a fraction Over $5,000-00 0. Is there fairness Justice or honest in this making the poor classes pay for the Protection of the Rich Man s estate ? it would be a sad Day for the bondholders and monies men if the toiling poor would quit using Beer tobacco and whisky. Applause. Our Tariff and internal reve nue Laws Are contrived on tar note to Roh labor and shield capital. One vast levies now made upon the working classes by direct and indirect taxation induce extra Vacante. N Rod iral its and corruption on Tho part of the govern ment officials. Applause. The demo cratic party if surrounded by the same circumstances and subjected to the same temptations might be equally corrupt. What we demand is a thorough revision of our whole system of taxation More rigid Economy in government expenditures and a wholly different policy in regard to the management and liquidation of the Public debt. The Only Way to bring about tuese results is to overthrow the party i Power. Without a thorough change in legislation Mere change of political Par ties and office holders will Avail nothing. Applause. Government Bonds. We arraign the leaders of the Republican party at the bar of Public opinion not Only for their efforts to bring about a centralized despotism their waste of the Public lands their perpetuation of an unjust Tariff and internal Revenue system but for their trucking to the demands of bondholders and National Bankers to the sacrifice of All the Industrial interests of the people. The War debt is represented by two classes of Bonds the ten Fortie and the five twenties the 10-40 s Are so called because Thev Are payable in 40 Leafs and redeemable at the pleasure of the govern ment after ten years. They Are made payable in Coin both principal and inter est. The Are so designated because payable an z0 years and redeemable at any time after five years. These constitute the principal part of the Public debt and draw 6 per cent Coin interest. Current with the Law providing for the Issue of the 0 Bonds the Legal tender or Greenback act was passed. These Green backs were declared to be a Legal tender for All purposes except two custom duties and interest on the Public debt and it was further provided that they should be receivable for All lians made to the United states. Some of us maintain that by a fair construction of the Law and the Bond these Are payable and should be redeemed in greenbacks at Par. The Republican leaders yielding to the shylock demand of the bondholders have declared that these Bonds were payable Only in Coin thus practically adding one third to the nation s Burden. The Ablest men in the Republican party made unanswerable argument in favor of Legal tender payment. In their state conventions they resolved that the 0 Bonds were payable in greenbacks and must be so paid. The Republican City Council of Cincinnati instructed a Eggleston and my self by a formal vote officially attested by the Seal of the City As her representatives in the Fortieth Congress to insist on payment in greenbacks. Thad. Stevens the author of the Law often and always declared that payment of these Bonds in Coin was never Youtem plated. Or. Stevens said if i knew that any party in this coun try would go for paying in Coin that which is payable in Money thus enhancing it one half if i knew there was such a plat form and such a determination this Day on the part of any party i would vote for the other Side Frank and All. 1 would vote for no such swindle upon the taxpayers of this such is the emphatic language of the author of the Law and a bitter partizan. Yet a Man who would rather abandon a party than Aid it in perpetrating a swindle so Gigantic and monstrous. Stevens died shortly after this and the monies aristocracy took entire control of his old party. Gen. Grant was elected and inaugurated president and True to the leaders of the party he avowed in his inaugural message that Gold payment on these Bonds was a Cardinal measure of his administration. By Well settled principles of Law these Bonds Are to be interpreted according to the Law under which they were issued and no subsequent legislation can change the obligations of the original contract. The passage of that Resolution to strengthen the Public credit and its approval by the president has no More binding Force than if passed at a Republican mass meet ing composed of a like number of Bankers and bondholders. The Only fair and Hon est course was to give notice to the hold cars of Bonds of a certain Date and Issue to present them at the Treasury for redemption under the penalty of losing the inter est after a Day named. When presented under such a notice he should have paid them in greenbacks at their face with the interest in Gold. This policy would have cancelled Many millions of the debt and relieved taxpayers of a Burden. It is con ceded that the holders of the Bonds would not have realized so Large a speculation and that they would not be so nearly at Par with Gold but we perhaps impudently assert that those who have the Ponds to pay have rights and interests to be Consul Ted and cared for As Well As those who hold these evidences of indebtedness. Repudiation. The mad dog cry of repudiation is raised against those who question the bondholders policy. I earnestly contend for the integrity of the nation and would consider no sacrifice too great to maintain its Hon or. The Honor of the american people will be Best vindicated by a strict compliance with the Law and their greatest Dis Grace will be to tamely submit to a Dis honest and extortionate demand on the part of their creditors whether Domestic or foreign. If holding to the letter and spirit of the Law and thus maintaining the rights of taxpayers is repudiation place my name on that honorable list. There Are Many in the Republican party who admit the outrage inflicted upon the people by their leaders who by Way of apology say it makes but Little iii Terence now As greenbacks Bonds and Gold Are nearly alike. To bring about this result. The Secretary of the Treasury bought Bonds at a Price largely above their face having paid As High As $1200 in Green backs for a Bond of $1,000. We have had abundant crops and they have had Short crops in Europe making our exports exceed our imports thus bringing Gold into the country to Settle balances. With All our crops and the prices obtained for them the productive industries of the country Are prostrated bled to death by taxation there is not enough Money in the country to transact its business and what there is finds its Way into the coffers of bondholders and National Bankers. Manufacturers merchants and All men of business requiring accommodation can not get it and mechanics artisans and labourers Are unemployed and poorly paid. The Way of escape from unjust and oppressive exaction pay the debt to its terms and at the same time encourage and develop the productive industries of Tho country is Plain and practicable. There Are five Hundred millions of Bonds now redeemable at the pleasure of the government. The National Banks have a circulation say of three Hundred million. These institutions Are powerful for evil without a single countervailing Benefit. Gen. Jackson had hard work to kill one u. S. Bank now we have Over sixteen Hundred and against their combined influence to control the country All lovers of free government must array themselves. They Are useless and dangerous institutions. Their peais1 Trienis in Clois and till the hails of Congress and there minol be doubt that they had much to do in enact rag the Bill to Tren Galion the Public cred. And silence Tho i posed to the Gold s c7monev based my the if i the i f l Xyz c. Ai Puiia. Paiik notes. Eau in and cancel be Bank notes. Re two in pc. I,.immonsofbonha ii"".u. Increasing thu circulation beyond what is null. ,v,." j v w l requirements of Trade. You will then have increased the vol ume of Naner non or a new ,. 1 1 j v v millions and then you have three Hundred Luiu Viiu fess in circulation than when the Edt was contracted. W to can deny that re need dior it Ninny a Nora i Kirk. To the Pacific has greatly enlarged the Cal Anu the of out Aesop plated and devastated by War is again to be refitted and its vast resources made to enlarge our made to enlarge our Means of.1 u1v7cl.1i1 Luis uni mini .l.lmn, a other Bonds Are redeemable pay them in inc same manner or ii preferred by the holders give them others at a Radii War a Vuu Utu rate of interest convertible into Money when desired r and inf in Iko .,., posed the Deh inra will. A i.,of 1 a Judy in a iii selves and generous to their creditors. Conclusion. 1 i 1 1 3 my Flint you a Brief summary of the questions at Issue in this canvass. In reference to political Nortica i str.1 111 " i iii or oar snub Waif Ever May have been the excellencies of thet7nr.l.k a ii Pauy Ana however glorious its Early his torn it Gavm nor Winana have passed and the sooner it perishes the better for its posthumous reputation and the better for the country. Thousands connected with that party feel As i do j us w i Wii Nitai democratic party on the issues of to Dav must Briner into it. Mil a. N not v w o valium ber who have been Active renin Olivana and who feel mortified that the party Lea Ders have sold Naif. Iho Gnu ii an monies oligarchy. The platform of the democratic party commends itself to my Earnest Ann Rohnl and non Nevi on ii n, the party is True to its present principles win be ii to to it. Ii real ref Triner i Vallandigham and Campbell. Speech of Hon. C. L. Vallandigham a Dayton september 4. Al the democratic mass meeting held a at Dayton on saturday evening the 4th., Hon. C. L. Vallandigham presided. The following is Tho concluding and mate rial portion of his speech leaves have their time to fall and stars sol. And Tom to n,i, can party hastens now to its decline Aud r r. R 11ime of Lucner it Luiis never to Rise Mission for Good or evil let time Dis close to destroy the old Federal Republic of Washington and the fathers has been accomplished and itself now Dies. If history shall approve its work if that grand old fabric of Republican govern ment which the Washington the Hamil Trina la Taronna via t.,. 4l.awwuu, Wuu v Aura iu7 v a of Luu ill Shalls the Madison the Jackson Sec it 1 n 11 we Siers. Irays Ana Laino ans Ana the win Franl in 4tioii Fanio Iana v aia and for More than half a Century full of glory Ana Nonor As resplendent As the noon a y Sun preserved shall be adjudged before the great tribunal of posterity unfit to have survived and justly to have then will the men of this generation. What Onva Norn Miil Illia mar throw live in the judgment of future Ages As the Reou riders of a better and nobler superstructure of Imperial Republic. 8elf an actor ill Fin to Flint. Indr. Ment i Long since appealed and with it after some time be past i shall be Content indies and Trontl Nenort it Willo tie my pleasing. Duty to introduce to Youl a l1 t r it i ii. 1 Vuc huh. Lewis u. Lamp Yeti the democratic candidate for representative in con Frnka Fri Rel. Flivia Diat rior inn am Avac a web. A u1v. Viiu ui1u All Well aware that for now these Twenty. 1. 1 years we Nave not Niti Ierio agree in party Habitude nor upon the political questions of the Post. Neither As to any issues of former years do we probably now agree this is neither required nor expected of us to Tenn a in Oating of to Pisan Mav Ara the relative merits of Hector and Achilles Jiuu Jiapu Aicie we i Tuut even . Onh i Lara Onn us in. Unit Oak Bunav Uulu the issues of parties in the time of Jeffer to i ii i Sou Jackson Ana Xiv Senanan Ana especially Mara Rippili Nola Finna ref a a ministration we never shall agree. But next pest we agree to disagree. To him in All Kaca t Nanna a .in.t,. Rity of motive and As for myself men of Tho Ali Ira Ali tit t i., a. 1vut. Ami Uio Tiivi Al , Auu Tuu ,that in a Tufty and patriotism of purpose no sincere Man Ever Drew the breath of life. Or i Myriell and t line n know Rol candidates also As you Well remember upon the old issues Lor the same office for which he is now a candidate. But we met face to face like men we f night like men Ami like men we submitted alternately to the a e of Battle. A the close of the Long struggle honors were easy and if at first he took my tricks in the end i won and so we parted fair foes at last. To. In in Nilrah Man of Hatki if of that we agree upon the living is a ,1 l us Trie in Mem. To aim 1 extend up on them the right hand of Fellowship. Tar Nar Efrain and in his hand to or. Campbell who rising in to Begaii Buquo. In Coriany Anu with an appearance of deep emotion. This was the signal for a tremendous burst of applause on the part of the crowd who had before remaine obstinately silent. Let the dead past Bury its dead. We act in the living present heart within and god o or head. Applause. To the cordial and Active support of every Friend i have in the District i therefore earnestly commend or. Camp Bell and say to you that if you would serve me give to. Him your Best efforts along with your votes. Applause. From the nation Republican a candid review. A leading Republican journal on Congress and its doings. It is tolerably Clear that no body a the Republican party looks Back to its performances in Congress during the last two years with any Pride or satisfaction. Indeed the address of Tho National committee confesses that the least said about it the better. Two years More of Sucu Neil Tessness Ana incapacity in the presence of the questions of the Day to d probably if nothing better turned up in tila interval irial Avn Tlam Norata with All their sins upon their Heads a Cepi Auie to a majority 01 the voters or. Boutwell is armed with full Power to fund at a lower rate of interest and we believe the new Bonds Are being rapidly prepared in Washington but the names of the mysterious German Bankers who were so eager to take them and of whom we have heard so often have not been revealed. We venture to say that they have i .11, i a eau Spain on the of Okay Neia of Woerth and that the Bonds will for the present have to lie in the Treasury vaults the hostilities of the Bankers in other countries to our institutions leading them to prefer o. Per cent interest on their Money to 4 and 4. If however or. Boutwell can find anybody to fund upon under the new Law we presume the Public will heartily rejoice but there must be no favouritism in the distribution of the Bonds. The uncertainty of the Tiv Fri. ,. I. If io1 t 1. 1 Tuai Ngeu num. Tup to Goitom nearly every year combined with the great weight of its duties also helps to strengthen the speculators and capitalists and to concen trate in a few hands All the most Profita ble trades. It is Only the great operators having control of Large funds who can successfully contend with the ups and Downs which the Tariff has introduced into business. It is Only they who can spare the time and time necessary for the work of lobbying at . Bid. Due make Ali vat Nult to a of any a bulgur in. Of i e i T cattle yeat of i. If. " me repair Jav i. 81 a a Cju c ,aw8. Made in Tho tar Sofia producers it l ,. A. A much As they in Tural uncertainties that the labor Marrot lil Nova 1" " Ait Williex a Xii. Sets. Passes uni a i a Jore Ana More the control of a a i. They please Aake the Competition of Canini Alfr in us economists rely so .- wages a Mere v 45 the Ohio Campaign. The Boston Post says in Ohio the democrats Are organizing for an Earnest conflict with radicalism in Tho r. I Reol i result largely m their favor at the strongest Fol inf or Inas Dee placed in nomination in several of the Dis f,1cwrtllt1? sixth seventh and in the fifth ninth twelfth thirteenth and fifteenth to of Mionis Oetken marked improve ment in the vote Over the last one thrown Ovinia due Naai cals. We mention such names Denver Campbell Mckinney Jewett. Hubbell and Critchfield representing men who Are of great strength i their own districts and who Are expected to shake if not n. V.,r,, me majorities heretofore secured far us Iutmui general determination is being arouse to vote 11 n a Ifni j. Taxation and the and extravagance. The canvass is to be made on living questions and not on the resurrected memories nov a pc Dinoi As paraded in the address of the Congress ional commit a tha s to the important issues pending and alike spirit everywhere will work splendid results for Trina or 4 a. 111 u v the taxpayers of Fiona run o. I ,1j m lure at ened with Nnnie a., scheme m the shape of a funding Bill Tutti to i. Eur c0ia up tha.,i. J. Mil uni Iun and the 1 a a dog l0yah8t8 fohi8 sane have hatched cd otal8 Nonda payable principal and interest in Gold to replace those now maturing which Are payable in Kef a thf8teal involved this precisely r Ket Price of the old Bonds and in Gold Par find ii x. A univ amount to to thirty he e or Lorty per event. On the entire debt the arrangement to Vii his to i j. Pc 1110 new Izui Bonds it is charged has been nude by the " no parties in Wall Street and it it is consummated the proceeds of the swindle will be divided Nepf Wastl lit Bullock Ling and the new York will be a Well w i.,u 1 n a. Uiki Auu Ute others interested As holders of Southern opiate Bonds to remember that All recent additions to the debts of l,, i. 1., w. 1 . Jia Ico a Veblen made by revolutionary Juntas is Lnell shed nn4., a. Iua Vuki pressure an that when i lie Norijo a Raio i Cimitier to re sume control of their own affairs they will i iii univ Cru unite every trans action connected with the Issue of Bonds and unhesitatingly repudiate All that Are tainted with fraud. Arrival of one. Hundred and sixty of Koopman Schap s celestial in . The influx of chinamen engaged to work on Southern railroads still continues and is growing in proportion. Yesterday five car loads came by the North Missouri Railroad. There were one Hun dred and sixty men in the party and they were event from san Francisco & co., who had made a contract for furnishing them with the Selma and Gulf Railroad company. They Are to be employed As labourers in tiie construction of this Railroad and have contracted to work three years. Each labor or is to receive sixteen dollars in Gold monthly free Board lodging water und fuel. The contract Stin Olnia. A Fiji Wulw 1.1 humping time shall Kaftan Unn ,7 6c us Udo Tichava in in. Aqa 1. U 1 1 1 i j i Vuai be 11 v b i Conurs . N . R j pork fish beet and vegetables shall be i Hui Wuhu a Luu ails sick be i Filla tap Aiva in Nui pc i sub u1uv1d1u11d i and guarantees free return to an r ran i Cisco after the term of Varvina turn Rel a one interpreter who has to receive $75 per month and there Are four Foreman we willbe paid 49 dollars per month. The men were Small in stature but apparently robust and intelligent. There was one female the wife of the interpreter in. In the Dart. Tha Vinla irom under the charge of or. F. Croon agent of Koopman Schap & co. They left san Francisco on the night of the 12th., and came Overland by the Central and Union Pacific Railroad the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad and the North Missouri liver Railroad. And arrived Ester div mini int r to Tiu. Fri j us. J k1u 11 1 to clock by the Iron Mountain Railroad for Selma Alabama. Most of hem have lived in California from five to fourteen years. The route by Railroad is preferred More than that Pait of which is by River. St. Louis Republican aug. 23. Organization and movements of the armies of Germany. The North German Gazette gives the subjoined statement As to the Organiza Tion and movements of the armies of Ger Many respecting which Many errors have been i circulation lately. The Prince Royal of Saxony. Commands four divisions organized As previously reported. The army has been ordered to move on Paris via Rheims while the third array a mov ing to the same destination through troyes. Eight army corps Are therefore now mov ing on pans. The first army commanded by general Steinmetz consists of the first seventh and eighth army corps. The Sec Ond army is that of Prince Frederick Charles comprising the second third ninth and tenth army corps. The third army commanded by the Prince Royal com Prises the fifth sixth and eleventh corps As wed As the two a Vonan corps. This army is directed to move on Paris by Way of troyes. The fourth army that of the Prince Royal of Saxony is advancing Way of Chalons. The filth army under under general werther embracing the Wurtemberg and Baden divisions. Be sides there is the array of reserves partly under the command of the Duke of on the Rhine partly under command of general Taustein Auberlin and partly under command of in Silesia. The Gazette after this recapitulation goes in to say evidently the prussians May without interruption or without Dan Ger of exposing their rear move on Paris while the armies remaining in North Ger Many Are Strong enough to maintain at Home and protect the country. An honest boy. If the lad to whom this relates continues honest to his fellow beings and be a honest to his maker through life he May not die Rich but he will have a Clear con science which is better than All the none a and 18 in itself the True riches tues Day morning Clifton Richards a boy often or twelve Vears living a in a m land came in town with a Load of vegetal r to ii Uoc ii , 462 Euclid Street sold him some Corn in the afternoon he card at thou a warn no a pocket too k contain 1 of. Mcune said he had found in the a morning after he had sold the Corn to or Slann. Mrs Klann off aral k. Him Money Asa Reward which he declined but finally alter much urging accepted two one Dol Lar Bills. Or Blann missed the pocket Book during the Day but could not imagine where he had lost in trading with the boy head inadvertently left it on the seat of the Cleveland Herald

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