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Connersville Times (Newspaper) - September 18, 1872, Connersville, Indiana I l us it la Ruvil to Wchin Silay Liy g. Isl k r. Sinks at a dollars per year a Advance. Ssh Auni i>ncbti03f, Lof cars in Debould be i in Ord a it Iho time Coditier Shiue ind. of Tina Street Ovie the Post office. Business cards. Or. A. W. Ringer pm fice a s plock c x x ers i in j a. Sutcliffe m. D., or to , i ill i strop c o x x ii s v ii in i. Or. Garver. A Kwh k in . A Kari i ity use vol. 22, Connersville Indiana i wednesday september 18, 1872. No. 49. Printing the times Selest Foteff. Tylik pm Intel s a Vii. Love. And his at tin to Lica is of lie rom la u or. G. R. Chitwood. In ton Blo k. i i. it . In Quot Liili Cuvi ii tin Toff very or iii Iri a no n . Or.-, l Ini a i iii a Quot i Lii n. Hilm ill u a. ,.ir Siml a it uil ii Hiki Kizik �1�, wlm in of Job life is full of chapites Ami Tuo Rol Lowling lines will Lully illustrate a Printer to civil was pierced to the heart. Willi tic Cli Aniis of a Little Nitiss quoth he to the Luss Quot my dear ere we part Lei lis Soal our love Willi a the Maiden replied the Imp she eyed Quot Doit Thieu think 1 11 let you revel where others to foil have vainly tried no no i la not kiss the Devil Quot years rolled along and tiie Sweet Little lass Mccanie an old sorrow ii maid a she lived like a Queen Vas Rich but alas i her Beauty had All decayed. Once again they met and the old maid tried to recall her former Issue lint he gaily smiled and Only replied Quot the Devil would t now Kisi you Quot a in Iloma Connersville ind. L h. Douglass. Ait a a i a to sm8�ia, a jct it a ,. Laded t i no \ and no Lisiy i olt die a Liitt d a . a a a nid and i i ii Mal t a a Huff nits Ltd it s and p Quot Quot in a re a. L ,.-v>m.i\ All. Liti Quot Quot will be Given to All Buim v no . R. 1\ , House Painter Hanger. Over the Post office id toll S line. 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On i he to. 1,1. A. A al hours iro. And in Llie Best Hie Tivod lip. vwi.s o w i Pic a Sims it it a c a h coj h co such As Connersville Indiana. Ciuco on car Ripon s Greet in rear of Branch Bank. I be iivr8,fro n 8 till 12, a. M., or l froth. I till .,. Aeer.l8.-,9 i go a of so site is i Aida. ice Over Morrow Moi s lint Storp. 3�av,l to i. Posters pro a a mics card circulars dodgers &c., &c., amp cd Solol Izier keeps men s clothing keeps Hoys cloth log keeps Fine clothing ice Epa stylish clothing Tzeepa Weil made clothing keeps the largest and finest Stock of ready made clothing tins manuf to at the letter and Bill Heads Boot and shoe shop. Leudke amp Hoffer. A a. T l o a to is e liar. Of axed a al a Boot and Chi b a nop of fifth Street Deta Veea end Fern and we Kern a Eunce liar thache incr s Moat store where Woare prepared to make All Kic Sof boots amp shoes using lift very a and a Wharfi Antig teem to were i Ilion Elithe lif Rit. Tiie Piatro Nageot old and new Ous toilers is ool Cilori. Or tub , a al it Ali. Kiir a of Job printing done on Short notice in Good style. And compulsory education. No. Iii. The effect of compulsory education i of those nations in Europe that have adopt etl it is most wholesome. Nor it a Sec Cucu uni Prussia All have i believe adopted in it and All Are noted for to Weir Prosperity. It was this system of education More than military disc line or Superior Arras that gave Prussia the Ascendancy Over Austria and France placing her at the head of the european nations and making Lier the first rail Ilary Power on the Globe. Her men were intellectually Superior to the French soldiers and As is usually the Case overcame Ulicni easily. Nor do we hear the people of Germany complaining of being oppressed in this matter although the Laws compel parents and guardians to Send their children to school. The know too Well How much their fatherland is indebted to these Laws for their lofty position to Day. Every Day almost we Sec the fact that Quot knowledge is Power Quot demonstrated both lit Home and abroad. It was this that enabled us when treason had almost overthrown our country to regain tiie government from traitors and slavery the cause of rebellion. Had the masses of the South been As Well educated As they were in the North the War would never have been. Whenever lie masses Are ignorant the spirit of rebellion exists while the education of the masses is usually followed by loyalty. Compare Scotland with Ireland and you will see that the former a inhabited by an Edric isted no jle and is never rebelling against the government but Many of the Irish though naturally shrewd Are discontented in this countr As Well As at Lime. It is True that those nations of the Martli that we have mentioned As being prosperous differ in religion from those Liat Sec i to be going backward and we admit that this is the great cause of the Dif Terence but this does not diminish the glory due to education. It has been and is yet the companion or rather the weapon of christianity. With its assistance protestantism Lias shaken ignorance to its very foundation in Europe and has reared our glorious Republic in America and to Day the missionary of the Cross and the school master go Hail in hand in this Noble work of elevating the ignorant and superstitious natives of Asia and Africa As Well As of the islands of the sea under tiie Ali Lesoine influence of christianity. If the monarchs of the old world find it profit Alile to educate those under their Power surely the effect of a similar course of action in this country Liere Quot the will of the people is tie Law of the ,&Quot could be nothing else but wholesome. Compare the Best educated counties of this state with the most illiterate and you will find that the former arc the most Thrifty and also the obedient to Law of the two. Let our state see to it that every child of proper age is educated in the common schools of this Commonwealth imperfect As they Are and intemperance and every form of vice and crime will be greatly checked and the state will be far More than repaid in Money for All the expense she will incur besides elevating her citizens both in morals and intellect. No better Quot Temperance Law Quot can be passed that is for the future than the Law compelling the attendance at school regularly of every child in Indiana from the Timo it is seven until it is at least fifteen years of age. Of course i do not say that All the time during this period should be devoted to going to school but at least one third of it should. There is no Hope for our Republic if we fail in the matter of education. Quot if we do not educate we must every increase of wealth and Power Only makes tiie danger greater if we have not a corresponding increase of intellect and honesty to guide it aright. The same amount of education that is sufficient for this generation will not be for the next. Let our state then go to the Root of this matter of Reform or at least As far As it is its duty to go and effectually Check crime in the future by removing one of its greatest causes that is ignorance and Bury the foundation of permanent Prosperity and happiness for its citizens by better siting them for performing their duty to their country As Well As accomplishing the chief end for which they were created that is Quot to glorify god and enjoy slim j09. I. 137txb.fourth of Quot july speech by a coloured Mitiu. The Follo iving Are a few of the More salient Points in a speech of the Rev. Robert Mccary coloured a pastor of a Congre Gati Ozial Church at Indianapolis delivered before a vast congregation of people both White and Black assembled at Greencastle on the �?�1th of july to celebrate american Independence and written for the Banner by Rev. F. A. Heuring of Putnam Villa we the coloured people of triese United states Are asked by the Quot Liljedal Republican democratic party Quot to Quot let by tones be by Gones and turn our backs upon the now we do not blame these men for entertaining such desires. Their past May god forgive them is written in treachery imposition and blood their history is marked at every step of its Progress by the unrequited sweat of my Kindred by the tears of my Sable sister whose child was rudely taken from her breast and sold like a calf for the Slaughter and whose husband was sold like the dumb of for the Yoke and goad. Forget the past ? they May Welt desire to for in that past i see the hated and hateful wrongs committed by this Hel born eternally infamous democratic part3% to the Down trodden and oppressed of my race. But my people can Jve forget the past your backs my Sisters Are still scarred where the lash of democratic citizens was Laid heavily upon it. Your hearts still show tiie deep gashes made by the self same democratic Par with their untold and Usu Ellibee wrongs inflicted us on you for the space of More than two a tidied years and you my brother my Fellows under the Yoke of democratic oppression can you. 7� i7z you a forget the Piast ? no in tie name of my Niico Down trod i n a a id oppressed race i lift up my right hand to heaven and swear by my god the god of my fathers we will never no Neve it forget the past of this dead and damned democratic party. Great applause. This sore head democratic party asks us to turn our Back upon the past and let us have a new Deal. Very Well we will do this we will turn our Lack upon the Servia it of our past slavery and our faces with thankfulness to a future manhood conferred upon us by tie Republican part. Des Pite the most desperate persistent and Devilish oppression of the democratic party and this will we do nex novem Ber in such a As to make the rot ting carcass of this stinking democratic party turn Over in its grave and give yet another groan. We will now give a cursory review of the record of the Republican part and compare it to that of the democratic party. On the 29th of july 1861, Uliey sed an Quot act to provide for the suppression of the the democratic party of used ii. On the �3ih of March 1862, they passed an Quot act forbidding and punishing the return of fugitive the democratic party opposed it. On the 16th of april they an Quot act abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia Quot Antl on the 21st of May an Quot act providing for the education of coloured Childr ii in the District of Columbia Quot the democratic party opposed them both. On the i9lh of june they passed an Quot act abolishing slavery forever in the the democrats opposed it. On the 1st Day of january 18g3, the immortal Lincoln let his name be engraved Union the Tablet of your hearts to revert issued his proclamation of emancipation which broke the democratic Chain that had bound us and our fathers in the most abject slavery for three Hundred years. Here the tears of Joy coursed Down m Iny a Sable Cheek and the was rent with shouts of glory As at a methodist Ciompi meeting in Tennessee 0� the 13lh of i Nuary 1865, the Republican party passed the 15th amendment to the Constitution abolishing slavery forever in the United states. On the 3rd of March isgut the Republican party the party of Progress a passed an act Slat Lishing a Quot Bureau for the Relief of destitute freedmen Quot they passed the Quot civil rights Quot Bill the Bill conferring the elective franchise upon the freedmen and the made Laws to enforce the same. This has All been done by the Republican party and Pray Tell me what has tie democratic party done All this time they stood looked the look of utter woe they cursed and swore they foamed and Tore and groaned As groan the ghosts of their damned ancestors shut up in the deep dark dungeons of Tophet. Groan on be conglomerate mass of moral corruption groan on while we liberated from your accursed thousand democrats of the Man who took Vicksburg with Penberton and thirty thousand slave holding democrats of the Man who captured Petersburg Richmond Ami Lee and overthrew the slave holding Democrat s rebellion and set them free. Our people Down South know the Man that did this was Gen. U. S. Grant. But Don t they also know Greeley ? yes Uliey do. They know just one thing about Horace Greeley and that is that this is the Man that went Jeff Davis bail and this is just All they know al out Greeley. Vote for Greeley no a thousand times no when the ides of next november shall Como when the Quot Sere and yellow Leaf Quot shall cover the ground my people from Maine to California from the lakes to the Gulf will March in one solid Phalanx to the i poles and casting their votes for Grant and Wilson will throw the last shovel ful of Earth Over Trio slinking i car Fiss of the defunct democratic party and will Send to heaven one Universal a Praise god from whom All blessings the speaker retired amid great Aji Plause if rom the jle Tieu foil Layette Ville a chapter from the history of a Vijil Crall How a Catholic Tatlier lost his chill the fruits bigotry ail proselyte us. A Itea y.m�-, a Inin a. It a Ai. A a a la re a i. 11 1 Iw� a a it 1 3 to lis. A Quot �z-1.j a it months a a in to ire j i s . Ith i i Inoiiil but. A i r line l i a Iai or chains forget the past turn our backs upon it and assisted by the rept by can party Vith its Banner born aloft by Ulysses s. Grant March Forward to the music of Freedom and higher and nobler manhood. Again the was rent with deafening shouts from both Whites and Blacks but says the accuse to rebel part have not we forsaken the past turned on jacks upon it and presented to you Horace Greeley Horace Greeley the life Long Friend of the coloured peo pie and won t your people vote for Horace Greeley ? let us see. When the cat had covered herself up in the tub of meal she thought the rats would certain come for the meal but leaving her paws exposed the rats discovered that though there was the appearance of a very Fine tub of meal under it Lay concealed the same old cat so this inti Mous old Rotten Retziel democratic party has put on the Long ragged old coat and put on the old White hat of Horace Greeley yet under All this lies concealed the old hag of the democratic party Reading with its slime of Mora Corr i Tion wailing for a Chance to do its dirty work again. Again arose a deafening shout finally said the speaker we Are asked Quot won t your people Down South vote for Horace Greeley Quot i crot lit Mobilizer of America. Quot the Union Pacific Railroad com Pany Quot chartered by Congress constructed and owns the Eastern division of the line of railway reaching from Omaha to san Francisco. The Union Pacific Quot portion is the larger reaching from Omaha to Oregon near Salt Lake City. The Oiler end belongs to the Central Pacific company. Each of these corporations was liberally subsidized by Congress. It was first granted the right of Way through the Public lands with authority to take Timber Stone and other materials from any portions of these lands free of Clarge. It was next loaned the Bonds of the United state sit the Rale o -$16,000, t32,000, and $-18,000 per mile according As the work was presumed to be More or less and it was further subsidized by a Liberal Grant of Public lands. The payment of the Bonds advanced or loaned to each company by the United states was originally secured by a first mortgage on the respective roads Ami their appurtenances but Congress was at length induced to allow the companies to Issue Bonds of their own of equal amounts with those loaned Liy the a suited states and these company Bonds were allowed to constitute a first mortgage taking precedence of Liose loaned by tie United states. Since then the companies pay promptly the interest on their own Bonds but refuse or neglect to pay that interest falling due on tiie Bonds of the United states which in consequence has to to paid out of the u. S. Treas the companies do not even pay ich of that interest As they earn b convey ing mails army Sui plies fee., for the government. They allow half of that to apply on the interest the other half the government has to pay them regularly. Or. Boutwell de Marrcil to this but Congress sustained Lluc companies and he pays accordingly the construction of the Union not tiie Neutral Pacific Railroad was mainly if not wholly effected through contracts with an inside Quot ring Quot or corporation known As the credit Mobilizer of no list of the Stockl holders no account of the operations or profits of this company was Ever Yei published but that its dividends have been enormous Issei scially Linder Sloots. There Etta been a quarrel among certain of those Stockl Ithiers relative to a dividend of the spoils. One of them has been judiciously examined and has made statements on oath seriously impeaching the integrity of certain leading members and late members of Congress therein named. He swears that the Hon. Oakes Ames of Massachusetts Vjio was at once representative in Congress chairman of tie House committee on railroads president of the Union Pacific Railroad company and a master s Irit of Quot the credit Mobilizer of America Quot showed him a list of persons to whom he had assigned 1,000 to 3,000 shares of Stock in Quot the credit Mobilizer Quot aforesaid and letters apparently written by him Are Given which indicate that these shares were so distributed to influence corruptly the action of Congress in favor of the companies Foresaid. This is no partisan Roorback got up to influence the election. It is sworn testimony elicit etl in the course of very grave judicial proceedings. Thus Fai we have one Story Only. Or. Oakes Ames Sli Ould next be head to from on oath and subject to Cross examination like tie witness who has al Leady Polten. Or. Blaine the new York times says has Quot squelched Quot the whole matter so Lar As he is concern to by a Broad denial. We do not think it can be Quot squelched Quot in that Way but c sch will treat it As he sees fit. We accuse no one enter up no judgment but insist that Broad denials will not answer. The tax payers of the country who Are every year required to pay a Large sum of interest on the Bonds loaned to the Union Pacific Railroad company will insist that Quot the of America Quot be thoroughly investigated and that whatever sums have been paid to members of Congress or to others for their Benefit Sli Sll be i it Back into the Treasury where it righteously belongs. Let ail the facts come out a n. Y. Tribune. Democratic and Republican Mem Bis Are alike implicit ted in the above ainu the Nabob of men Are Giren that the people of this country will never believe guilty until clearly protein so. We discredit the whole thing but agree with the Tribune that it Aronld be investigated. We once knew an industrious boy whose parents were poor but honest he had a Wai t on his note and a sore on his foot but nothing daunted he worked with a determination and a will backed by perseverance and ened. Republican a last Friday Geo. Puntenney of your place addressed a Liberal meeting at Fayetteville. He violently denounced the tyranny and corruption of the Grant us ministry lion. Now while or. Puntenney is so free in denouncing others it would be Well enough for him to remember his private record. I am an irishman and have always been a Democrat but when the party employs such men As goo. Ii. Puntenney As its Champion i expect no longer to act wit i it for through this Man s bigotry and proscription i have been for the last four years deprived of a daughter. I reside on a farm in Fayette county near Fayetteville and have been living in the neighbourhood for More than nine years. 1 am a Catholic and have endeavoured to educate Rny children in the tenets of that Church. Over four years ago i had two daughters working in Connersville. The oldest one Mary was tam Jered with by busybodies and an Effort made to proselyte her with so much Success that she refused to attend the Catholic clip Rich with her sister. Hearing of this i went to Connersville and urged Mary to attend Church finally tire atoning that if she did not do so 1 would Send her to school at Terre haute. This threat was merely made to frighten Iier into compliance with my demands and i had no intentions of carrying it into execution. About three Koutlis after this i heard that my daughter had been induced to leave her Homo in Connersville and was living wit i or. Joseph Puntenney Uear Vetma in Rush county. This was in 1868. The first sunday in july i went to or. Joseph Puntenney s House for my migh ter taking my wife with me. Harvest was on hand and her Mother needed her help. We entered the House or. George h. Puntenney was in the room with myself wife and daughter when i demanded that my daughter should go Home with us he Geo. Puntenney raised his chair Over my head and tire atoned to blow my brains out if i did not Tiave i saw a revolver laying upon the mantelpiece. 1 declined to leave. About this time or. Joseph Puntenney came into the room. I refused to hold further Intercourse with George and addressed myself to his father inquiring of him How my daughter came under his control. He sail she had come to him for a Home and Protection. I then asked my Cirild whet Lier i had Ever struck her or said a Cross word to her. She said that she did not remember that i had. Then i demanded of or. Joseppi Puntenney my child. He replied i could not Quot have her unless i got her through the Law. I went Home without her and the next Day monday heard that the put enjoys had taken her to Connersville As i Vas very Busy at Harvest and supposed she had gone Back to her former Home at Connersville i did not go there to inquire about her until the following to liars Day. Then i Learned she had been sent away from Connersville and could Gaiti no traces of her further than Cincinnati. I have since Learned that she is somewhere in Illinois living with some of the relatives of the Pim Tenney a but from that Day to Liis 1 have neither seen nor heard from her. Geo. claims to be a Christian quotes from the Bible in his political speeches and declares that he has left the Republican party because it is corrupt. I make this statement that the Public May judge of the honesty and christianity of one who helped tie Prive a Parent of his child in violation of Law and every principle of the teachings of christianity for the purpose of Prosel Yting her. Cok Nulious Foley. Kioto attention Orund jury. Some time since we Lead occasion to allude to a Rumor Oliai somebody and been i aged under disreputable Circum i stances. That allusion was tiie Orcsi j Sion of a furious attack upon us through j the Hancock a it Moc a it. To were accused of maliciously slandering an innocent woman a although we had not up to that time mentioned or referred to any woman nor have we to this Day mentioned any woman s name still these attacks wore continued through several Liml jars of the democrats some As editorial , sind one parti Wuhu by was signed by asterisk and Genii Ridly conceded to to s. Googling s statement. We suppose there is no Dou it about Unis. Nov we say that we have no knowledge of the matter but As Jar. Gooding took occasion to denounce judge Wilson and the editor of this paper As enemies of widow women and h is also urged tiie idea that we were slandering another widow woman through these columns we have conc ruled to ask i investigation into the matter above mentioned. Or. Gooding at the joint discussion hero Between him and judge Wilson when the by obviating David was so skilfully tanned again made an tack on this paper. Now if we have slandered him want to know it. If he Ems egged has lied. If he was not egged to slandered him not maliciously though As it was a matter of general discussion and belief. We have taken nothing Back. We want an investigation. It will to admit Vid that a riot is a proper subject for tie grand jury s investigation. Lethe honest men on the grand jury take heed. We say that Liere was a riot in the Southern part of Greenfield in Hancock county Indiana on the night of july 30, 1872 we say that David s. Goodin. Was eyged on that occasion. We say that there was a loud hallo oing that a pistol was fired by d. S. Gooding that Charles Dobbins and others heard some Liing of it and to say to the grand jury Fiat if called divid s Gooding can Tell All about it. Lot him not Only be Siil , but compelled to attend an indictment ought tip be found and whilst a mind Eleanor is being punished the people will learn who is the slanderer the editor of this paper or David s. Gooding. We Don t profess to have personal knowledge of these matters but believe the above statement to to Greenfield commercial. At we he Mont a i ii. Tania�?1 o Nini fori irn i a a. Biro local notices a cant. Ilon and live Cei is j Orea ii a us Citi n get adv m .=,.h.ksr Onu Dollar in a Square l or to in Niou and ii in Chubb l or each . A 3i a Stilli space occupied Byton Linci of Titis Ives did. The first Mon to slake hands across the i of in chasm were Grant and Lee and this is the Way Thuv did it Ai it Vil 7 jsc5. Gen. A e. Lee. Comm Riding c. S. A. A up no Ai. The result of the lust j week must convince you of the of futher resistance on the part of the army of Northern Virginia in this strip aggie. I fool that it is of and Regnil it As my duty to ship t from mys of the responsibility of a in further effusion of blood by a King of you the surrender of that portion of the Confederate Sou Lioni army known lis the army of Northern \ irl i in. Vorva i aspect full your obo ii nose Vint. Quot . Or int. Lio Tenent go need commanding armies of United Stales. April 7, . . I received your note of Liis Day. Though not c Tirc a of the opinion you c. Press of the Hopo lovsness of further on Ali Paris the army of North ii u Virginia i Roei Procito your desire to avoid useless effusion of blood find a ere fore before considering your proposition a so Tho terms you will Oil or on. Condition of its surrender. R. E. Lip general. To lieutenant general u. S. , commanding Ai Iny of Tho United states. The result of Titis v,-.As a surrender of Tho army of Northern Virginia on Terras a Liili history will record As the most generous Ever accorded by a victorious commander to a broken foe. Answer no emphatically no have told them of the Man who captured fort Donel oors with a teen orgy. And nobly fought his Way along surmounted every obstacle. Mark the result last week we met him for the first time in ten years and that Little boy who began life Only ten Short years ago without a Penny Hasa t got a red cent yet Wilson and go Ortizsr. The joint discussions Between Tho rival candidates for Congress in this District resulted in every instance in doing Good for the la Republican cause As also to their ii Amnion judge Wilson. In attending these discussions the people have been Able to hear amt compare these two aspirants for political Honor. While judge Wilson has More than Ever convinced the people that he is not Only a courteous gentle Man but also a Clear Reasoner and an honest and Able representative on the other hand judge Gooding has shown Lii Mosir More plainly than Ever to be a ranting blow hard and unscrupulous demagogue and entirely unfit to represent tiie intelligent people of Liis District in the councils of the nation. Of these facts Tho in Ople Are becoming convinced and will show their preference by returning judge Wilson to Congress by an increased Liberty Herald. A iii it a a Ali the joint disc a Sioris of Quot al Lou and Gooding. We were in attendance upon three of in joint discussions Between Hon. J. Wilson and Hon David s. Good ing Viz. At Fairfield at Brookville and at Connersville. Before Tho discussions commenced at each place it was common to hear democrats aver Quot Gooding was going to give Little Jerry another skinning Quot and Quot you brought Jerry Here again to get him cleaned omit ? Quot after the discussions at each place we heal no More of inca matters. Democrats every were whose prejudices did not override their judgments declared themselves a Hametl of the spectacle presented by their candidate for Congress. We hear no More of the Lack of ability in judge Wilson to Cope with his opponent upon the stump anal we know that judge Gooding can have joint discussions in this District to his heart s contents Brookville Macri can. Mrs. Roberts went from Massachusetts twelve years ago to Mobile where her husband Tivod. It like herself was White but mrs. Roberts has since married and buried four husbands All Blacks wearing mourn ing in bands. As it were in Honor of to or. Of jets. A recent communication from Shel Bovillo to the Gazette major Gordon then addressed a Large crowd on the life and Public record of Thomas a. Hendricks. is the native place of or. H., it was especially appreciated by All. After hearing in Igor Gordon through we were not astonished Itiat senator Hendricks wanted to turn his Back on the past for in tins particular at least we think he shows his Good sense. Major Gordon stated and proved from documents al hand the following facts in the political record of Thomas a. Hendricks that he had misrepresented senator Alorton and gov. Baker in a Sireech at new Albany on state Finau Ces by not telling Tho whole truth. That he had made a st item edit in regard to the Litho Vheii Gen. Grant acknowledged a present of United states b ads. Flint he had falsely accused president giant of signing a Railroad land Grant Bill and of vetoing a Bill Lor the Relief of a poor Indiana Soldier. That he had voted for the repeal of the Missouri Compromise Bill against the wishes of a majority of his constituents. That he had accepted ii office under Pearce As a Rew ird for such vote when Defeated tor Congress. That he had himself been guilty of the grossest nepotism when in con Gress and in the United so tits Senate. That he had discouraged Union soldiers enlisting. That he Hall opposed every great War measure of Lincoln s administration. That he had never in any of his speeches condemned secession. That he had voted against the Best interest of the soldiers. All of these charges he proved to the satisfaction of ail by printed documents in Viand. Every one was astonished to find the record of or. Hendricks such a Black one. Tho Universal sentiment Ivas that he deserved detestation of All parties outlier than their votes for Hoosier state. In All his speeches Sonntog Schirz attacks the administration for ils conduct in tile French arms business. Notwithstanding the report of Theca Mittee completely refuted the charges Trouf jilt by Schurz to Contin ipod to i a Poal them and probably mgt pcs some innocent persons believe that our government really perpetrated a i reat wrong on Germany. I jilt there is one intelligent German Wiio does not Sido with or. So Lurz in this matter and that is Bismarck. Tho following note from Bismarck himself recently r a Poa reil in the Barun provincial correspondence a journal published at Berlin Quot we set with regret that some politicians and journals in Tho United states Are so Uii Gru in Ous As to excite the German voters in the Republic of tie United states against general Grant on account of his do port meet in the German French we. We have Doc trod very often and repeat it yet the German a overline it has taken no umbrage at the conduct of general Grant toward our country. On the contrary general Grant has Given lis manifold and very val Yudilo Quot proof i Quot his True so iii Putley wit ii our Cru c. Pit in Bismarck. What a fellow ii Emricks in i How he can Beir to so die hands with himself Sloop in the same bed with himself or look at his own face ii the Glass is More than we can us Lor by id. The latest evidence of duplicity trial has Como to our knowledge is the fact that Early in May last Jiiit after voor Hoos had made his ringing Spee ii in Congress denouncing tiie nomination of Greeley and Pru Chuu ing his determination to oppose him Oil every stump in Indiana lieu Hicls him a letter strongly Eudon aug his position praising his ii Idt pei de of and decay Rizig hint this was the Only position any True Democrat could take. Voor Hoos was so pleased wit ii this letter that he showed it to his friends on the floor of the House and in the lobbies and several members of Cong res s can Tessil y to the truth of what we Sav. And yet Hendricks is now an ardent supporter of Greeley along with to Orlines who in Unchis Crow As if he liked journal. Quot Dat ish As a gentleman from new Yor a was taking a Glass of wine at the st. Louis at the Corner of Freeman and to Kius streets Cincinnati about three weeks ago he observed at another table seated a German who seemed uneasy and anxious As if there might have been a Franco prussian disturbance Between his Beer and himself. Pro softly in ran a Little girl her face Radiant with smiles and exclaiming a of father we be got a Little boy at Quot dal is Goot Quot said the dutchman As the anxiety disappeared from his countenance Quot fill up der not Many minutes Cui Issod before in rushed the Little girl again with the announcement Quot of father we be got two liitle Hoyt at Home Quot the dutchman looked a great Deal astonished and not at All gratified at the Little family redundancy but at length to the magnitude of the occasion he said Quot veil Den Dat ish Goot fill no the in a few moments again appeared the Radiant Naos Senger with the astonishing Quot of. Father we be got three Lite Loys at Home Quot this was too much even for teutonic impassive Nesa. There was no further Call for glasses Quot Ell Don Quot says lie goes no Dere and elo�3 the whole Dai. the greatest sinner who trusts Only in Christ s blood will assuredly be saved. The Best Man in the world who trusts in Bis Owa goodness will cd Osi. What shall we do with this los ? iii i is ii i of the questions now agita lating the legislative mind at . A make whisky of them. Tho to about 35 per cent alcohol and is said to yield a better Quality than that distilled from Corn Ryo or who it. A a Sampler Quot of this latest Bev Iago reports that Quot the client upon the system is very Lone rating and exhilarating the sensation being the Saino As if a jew Sharp in full tune was attached to every science Luis already hit upon a Way to distil whisky from Bage, Ona of the great nuisances of the City and now it has achieved a Triumph Over the Farmer s put aversion tic it Olen age cannot be far off when Bare. Sta the swill barrel and robs tie Thistle of its Chicago journal. Among the contributions sent to tae new York times office for its fund for giving excursions to poor Ciul Droit was one accompanied of this touching note Quot to Iho editor some Ivy Days since i sent you a Check fur Lii i to to used for Tho poor child loan of new York. Thon we had a upon precious Darling liitle one of ii it months our first and Only one who was in health. In two he iii itched from us and to Day the arc child Fiss. Baby had a Little bunk to count of his own and Bis anti myself have decided to a it it iii Oyobu Hiu ids to Bodi Posod of for the Bone fit of the poor Litlo ones of new Yori t. So we enclose i look for Coom p Ai Iod Vith Trio sympathies and of bruised and bloc Ditzig Hoai to. Pieatso acknowledge Tho above As from in a few years Loudon is to be the most noiseless Groat i y in the world. Already a vast Aiu Iuit of rolling vehicles and stamping and snorting of horses and tramping and talking of men has Boon removed by t to underground , and now the City authorities Aro aboard to Rop ave their streets with . said this procedure would be followed by a Chicago fire Quot so Captain Shaw of the fire Brigido went to work and poured Petroleum Over a piece of Asp , in Venont and Fiot Trio liquid on fire. The result was that Tho Asphalt failed . Of and even the Oil could scar Jey keep a i it on it. A a a a Hope is like a clo k. For or striking the hour of happiness a a i iii or it hit come of

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