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Elyria Independent Democrat (Newspaper) - February 16, 1876, Elyria, OhioGbo. G. Washburn editor. Wednesday 9th, 1876. News of the Avis distinctly Jonys that Here Legal Power to impose poll Tittl disabilities on the rebels. He also Iston City says he never naked for Paron and never will and yet the demo ratty party Are making every possible to secure tots Pardon arid restore lira again to the Senate Well knowing present attitude of Defiance to the government. It is enough for Loyal no to know that to Day Jen Ivond be the most popular candidate the democrats for president. Ironia rally to his support As they did of in 18g3. I3f Hon. Reverdy Johnson while a guest at the executive mansion in Annapolis last wednesday was found dead with his Skull broken about s o clock p. Near the door to the while at dinner lie was seized with vertigo went out to get fresh air and probably fell against the Stone base which broke his Skull. He was burled in Baltimore on sunday fully ten thousand people being in it tendency. He was probably the Ablest constitutional lawyer in this country. Torture permitted unless intended but this is not All Jeff Dayis taking no notice of us col. Chandler reported again on 5th of August duty requires me respectfully to recommend n change in the officer in command of the Post brigadier general H. Winder and in his place of some one who United both Energy and Good judgement with some feelings of humanity Homo one who will not advocate deliberately and la cold blood the propriety of Tveito. Ing them in their number has reduced by death to make the present arrangement suffice for their accommodation who will not consider it a matter of s Elf la Dation and boasting to nth has never been inside the stockade a place of horror which it is difficult to describe and which is a disgrace to civilization. The Only notice. Jeff Davis took of these appeals to his mercy was to applaud the inhuman commander of the prison for his Fidelity to his duty and promote him to higher rank. This is the position in which Jeff Davis is placed and his denials Only deepen his damnation. Screw and tap manufactory. Davis letter he shows where he stands to Day by plainly saying that it was the Southern people alone who were wronged in the rebellion. These Are his exact words the mellowing influences of time and occasional demonstrations at the Korth of a desire for the restoration of peace and Good will the Southern people have forgotten much have forgive ranch if wrongs they have bore if it be less so among their invaders it is but another example of the Rule that the wrong doer is less Able to forgive than he who has suite red Causeless wrong. So it appears that in resisting the a flirts of the Loyal men to save the Union the rebels alone suffered a great wrong at the hands of the invaders. What a pity that or. Blane should oppose the efforts of the democratic party to have this great sufferer restored again to citizenship. Compelled to resign. We have heretofore referred to the appointment of a Man named Hamilton to the clerkship of the committee of ways and Means by the democrats merely because he had made himself notorious by naming Iris son Wilkes Booth. When the fact became known it created a deep sensation and his friends attempted to deny the charge. He also denied it but the proof from his own neighbourhood was overwhelming. The democrats bore the Load As Long As they could and last week the chairman of the committee dropped him a note stating that his services were no longer needed. Have the democracy gained anything in thus attempting to re Wirtl such a heartless rebel a deliberate falsified. The Dies used in cutting the i make about 7000 wit is a. of screws Ami taps to largest being inches in Ella Merety Anil the than tie thirty second part of an in Eli. Any machine to capable of making either size. On this floor is the Phi turn a Post v i b 4_ i a i Tnp of the of size. Some thousandth of part of. Jophe screws rare All made by uie ple Coj i and nil Lher wares age Solt by is tint j., f the Story is used is Only As storage room it is not obstructed by Iron columns As the rooms below Are and us Trio. Finest room in the build Litif. 1 Here Are cts in the Tower opening fro pc what m is doing and what it expects to do. Since tic interest Liat tie establishment of Tho Cleveland screw and tap manufactory in Elyria has passed away there hns been but Little snick and but Little known by the general Public concerning its Success or its prospects in Tho future. It has now been in operation one year which has been a year of great embarrassments and perplexities which we Are glad to know have been surmounted and there appears to be nothing in the Way at this time to hinder Ita Rapiel development into one of the most important Aud successful industries in the country. As inside View. In order that we might give our readers a Correct idea of what is being done to secure this end we spent n half Day last week in visiting the Fanous departments and were politely shown through them by or. C. F. Morgan who has charge of the mechanical department who explained the various processes by which their wares Are manufactured and the uses they Are out to in branches of mechanical Industry. Need not again describe the capacious and convenient building in which the works Are located. It is not surpassed in any particular in this portion of the country the second floor. The first department visited was that located on the second floor which is entirely devoted to the manufacture of the various machines used in the manufacture of screws and taps All being the invention of or. Morgan. On this floor also the boxes in which their goods arc shipped Are manufactured. All the screw and tap machines As Well As All the machines necessarily used in their construction Are made Here. Tool Stock booms. On the second floor also is the Stock room fitted up with Wall boxes which contain All the various kinds of screws Aud taps on hand and in which they arc packed for shipment. Here is also Story for tie Convenio epee men and nothing has been left us tone in its construction the los Ament perfect. In. Ail its appoint Menta. Own Cibis and the company nov live Tlili-tyttvf.6 men on tue i pay Vollbr. And in to fill orders promptly Are to. Work a Lay. Man Chines Era put to fast As they Are made and should business revive the coming year there is no doubt the company will be compelled to employ three times their present Force in order to meet the demands for their wares. The present officers Are As follows f. B. Hind president amp treasurer. E. H. Pc fled Tyiee president. M. H. Livergood Secretary. C. F. Morgan of machinery. Directors f. B. Hind it. Ii. Penal excl b. C. Dewitt w. F. Hurlbut and c. F. Morgan. _ _ _ Andreton Loci coir Waus Liori hit twee Dukes fall Start t by ment was Tob evening were such is n Tia by for we Cradle and a snuff Box for tie quilters which received due attention. There were also to Brieux music and a general feeling s Hll Vity prov Allan g throughout the assembled multitude ports of a. Very this Winter Aje tent o f traae Bens Atlon in society ii not a Vii a is Flat Anil every thl no is of the Best material Tho co flt by. Of forts. Dome in fwd Rons correspondence of the Democrat weuuin6ton. In continuing the items regarding the banquet we would say our space will not allow of an extended report therefore we shall feel compelled to condense As much As possible giving Only the main features in most important parts in the programme. One Novelty of the England Kitchen was that it was by dip. A circular Frame so arranged that two dozen or More lighted candles were held in place was suspended from the Selling giving a sub in debut pleasant Light in All parts of the room 30x 30 yet nil available space was used to Tho most advantage As Given in. Proceeding one is Obj Selor for himself with but one exception this is a Good Alnut to improve and Erico Virago tie Christian Ancor for benign object two Are Progress one by the unters blast Frler ids tie other by Hie ii. E. Cd Iirilli with some Lagree of Success navigate the streets this Winter great Cote age and. Patience even job1 himself would Hie Over again at sight of this Irjud. Kow while i the rain Falls Iii torrents making High Waters. I mention this because editors must be kept posted plier Omena of the Winther. And to know when h vans they must hear it from township correspond once. Horr amp Lii ivc sold their Tut Erest Liv the a Iveese factory to Sheldon amp crosser. A meeting of patrons and addressed by c. W. Ii Orr in behalf of the new firm on the prices plans and prospects for the coming season. But in his offers the speaker seemed to lose his former of mercy. No plan was adopted. Eber and alien Saunders brag of haying raised 12 Nice plea. 11 of which were butchered this Winter at the age of 10 months and sold for on e was kept valued at amounting in All they were All of Ono litter arid were of them gee and Poland China introduced by or. T. Pc Kina. Priv Copal feed was whey and Corn. How is that for pork us a. Wheat holds in this Section look is though lire had passed Over them. Lourney of a festive Young Man. Fob 9, 18jo, de. Having got this far on a Short trip to the West i will give you a Brief sketch of the. Journey by missing connections in Butler Indiana we were obliged to stay there overnight. In the evening we liniments Ore Lair ill in his reply to Blaino seeks to avoid the effects of the charges brought against him by making the following unqualified statement appears from the reports of the u. A department that though we had sixty thousand More Federal prisoners than they had confederates Sis thousand More of confederates died in Northern prisons. Now the a Poi to to the War department show Tho following undeniable facts total number of captures by federals paroled leaving the number actually confined or left As prisoners of War in our hands mortality of Confederate prisoners per cent of mortality in Federal prisons 1325 total number of captures by the Confederate forces total number patrolled number actually confined in prison 04 072, being one half of those captured number of deaths in Confederate prisons per cent of mortality in rebel prisons thus it will be seen that 30 in Cush Hundred died in rebel prisons while Only 13 in each Hundred Biedin Federal prisons. Why do not the democrats hereabouts get up a petition for the enfranchisement of their great chieftain the Arch traitor Speaks. Jefferson Davis smarting under the Load of guilt heaped upon him by or. Maine has rushed into print with an a blushing denial of the charges so pro cd against him. His letter is written i Orleans and is addressed to judge Lyons of Richmond under Date of Jan. L eth. He denies that there was any such suffering in ail Carsonville As is represented when it is a historical fact that the testimony of thousands of Federal troops and of hundreds of rebel citizens is on record showing that the horrors of that prison arc incapable of being told. He i firms that what suffering die actually exist was unavoidable and says did As Well for them As we could. See what an utter disregard of truth characterizes this whom Tho democrats Are striving to restore to citizenship. So terrible and unnecessary was Tho suffering that their own officers protested in pitiful appeals for Relief and showed How it could be furnished. In Tho report of col. Chandler prison inspector made tto Jeff Davis j uly 5th, 18c4, lie says shelter whatever of material for constructing any has been provided by the prison 1 authorities and the ground being entirely Bare of Trees none is in reach of the prisoners each Man has Boen por fitted to protect himself As Best he can stretching his Blanket on such Sticks As he can procure. The prisoners Are furnished with so limited a Supply of fuel that they Are compelled to dig with their hands in the filthy Marsh before Jont Onod this Mai Rush contained the excrement of for roots with to Cook their the civilized world has always asked Why the necessity of refusing fuel and shelter Irben within seven Hundred fee of tube Oneail there was a surrounding the entire prison Tahj win this burning the tool room which contains Many hundreds of tools used in making the machinery and wares and which arc arranged in order so As to be readily found. The office is also on this floor convenient to the Stock room. The engine room. From this floor a Broad doorway opens into the engine room and to the left on the ground floor is the boiler room. The engine is a powerful c. Ii. Brown Patent of 150 horse Power and works without noise or Jar in the most perfect manner. Its balance wheel is 16 feet in diameter and weighs upwards of four tons. In the room below Are two boilers each of 90 horse Power but at present Only one is in use. Ample Power to drive All the machines is produced from one boiler which consumes Only half a ton of Slack goal a Day. The water enters the boiler from a Heater of or Morgan s invention where h is raised to the boiling Point by steam thus greatly economizing fuel. The Cut ii building is also heated by condensed steam from Tho basement to the fourth Story. The base Merit. We next visited the basement which contains the storage room for rough Iron and steel and is used for general storage purposes. Here also Are Tho ovens for Case hardening their wares which is done by covering them with animal charcoal and subjecting them to a red heat for six hours. This gives them the hardness and continuity of steel and adds greatly to their service and value. Here also the which consist of turnings Are deposited preparatory for shipment. The company last year worked up seventy six tons of Iron about one fourth of which fall As chips Anil Are sold in Cleveland for an average of a ton. A Large Spring of pure water passes into the basement which with the water from the roof nearly supplies Tho boilers without using their Force pump at the River. Floor. From Here we passed to the third floor where All tie machines for making and polishing the wares Are located. The machines for making screws Are nearly of uniform size covering a space perhaps by 5 feet and Are wonderful specimens of ing Nulty in economizing labor. Ono Man is required to tend each machine and he must give it his constant attention. A Rod of Iron of the required size is placed 1 in a tube at one end of the machine and without removal it is worked no into the most perfect screws of exact size and finish. One part of the machine cuts the Rod Down to the Reju Ortii diameter another cuts the thread another finishes the end As Aii. Other shapes the head of the screw report. The under the charge of we. Sawtell filled with a Motley collection of. Ancient. Artistic designs paintings on velvet Sample work paintings on canvass outline Elk Nassea Cut in Black paper Laid against White groundwork Daguer types of ancient Date with Grimness written in every linemen of the face and posture of the body. In striking contrast to these was an enlarged Ink photograph of alias Katie Powers taken in modern the Graceful form diverted of Al stiffness was life like a Sample of perfected skin in the Art of photography taken by we. Sawtell our progressive and energetic artist of whom Wellington people May Well feel proud. The a room 20x30 inside held a wonderful collection of ancient relics valuable for their Antiquity. Among these a Buddhist idol 500 years old property of Rev. L. B. Lane was looked upon As the leading relic. A Book the property of Jeny Wadsworth 200 years old was another relic. A wedding dress made of Cream Corpre d silk 150 years old made perfectly pain Waist Aad skirt All in one piece Only separated by. A Shir was really beside the by frilled be ruffled Appolo Gies for dress made at the present Erfia flax wheel made of solid mahogany handsomely carved was supposed to tote about 20fr years was brought from Wost Embury Oer Many sword that did execution in the revolutionary Var was also on exhibition Many other things most worthy of mentioning were to be seen in the museum but space will forbid the mentioning of them. The supper was mostly contributions from members of Cong Church consisting of excellently prepared dishes of both ancient and modern samples of culinary skill. Ample provisions were furnished to feed the hungry throng which must have numbered taking both evenings fully fourteen Hundred. Many Ous honoured the Asi Wembley. By their presence., among them. Were the goddess of Liberty nation Al costume pm Flemati c of her exalted station and looking frail. And. Delicate As a Waxen .111 y kissed by. The . Rays of the , _. General George , in the prime of his manhood dressed As became his military elation grand Noble of Manly and having a Frauk open and most truthful countenance. Mrs. Martha Washington of dignified and courtly Infin recognizing her family with smiling Courtesy character iat cof the Noble lady of our land. Gen Washington and lady were also in Mann tire edition by Bosa Bennet and Mable Hood who deported themselves with All the dignity becoming their assumed characters Iri fact they were the observed of All observers and Drew Universal Praise for Clent depot Emu to Patrick he air Yew As present and file cloned of ing there was an Over Ptriss of Cee decl Lipri of Butler and after a few moments we were about convinced there was no lion there More than a billiard room where several grangers were engaged in .1 game of pin Pool. For amusement we took a Ball and in arid after making a couple of naturals by Accident could not get them to Piny any More. Myself and companion then proceed to the hotel to retire and were agreeably surprised to find a Small party keeping time to the violin by tripping tie Light fantastic. We were cordially invited to take part in the dance and could not refuse of course and had n very Fine time. Here we had the Honor of being mistaken fur gamblers and three card men and were treated with due respect accordingly. We gave the ladles n Sample of our skill on the Pirrio and we All joined in singing hairs in the and modern tunes. The occasion was one Long to be remembered and the sans Souci club entertainments sire in the Shade compared with this. We went to Logansport the following Day Anil remained there some four hours and viewed the City. It has some inhibit qirits and is located on both Banks of the Wabash River. The Wabash. Canal also passes through the enter of the City. We stood on main Street and could count eight Bridges within sight should think in Ere were from 20 to 40 Bridges inside the City from Logansport to Terra we went Over the Logansport amp South Western rail Road of which our townsman w. Is in charge. Passed haute in the night and consequently cannot say anything about it. We arrived at Danville 111., Early in the morning Anil Ron Mcd City till noon. Here we the i Bieront Railroad shops and Here it was we saw the largest full grown engine i the country i guess. It was u genuine Tom rhumb and belonged to the c. D. Amp y. By.1. Co. The boiler was 8 feet Long and 2 feet thick. The fire Box would take n about 5 Sticks of Wood at a time. The cylinders were about 0 by 18 Era Tow n gom an ornament to Tho state when completed Anil will Cost some 8 million of dollars. The engines Cor Hunting Tho vib und Frig no so to rated Tri a separate building some Throe feet from the main 12 enormous boilers being owls purpose a Lone. A Largo Iron some two feet through carries the Lieut through in Channel to Tho Bull Ding lint t have not Tho splendor the Inrid being so Loep and Damp Snow Fulling to could not get out to tie cemetery to Sec the Hist resting place of Tho Latu president. To leave Here to no tit for St. Louis and May perhaps let you hour from is again before reaching our Joni Noy s end. Yours Costa integral it. Union its distinctive features and late improve ments. The late chief , As trustee sounded Tho key . Union j being the Best the land for integral education should the most freely and widely extend its Superior advantages equally to our can n try s worthy poor or self dependant. Attendance in departments past year diff rent students from first of whom one third ladies have taught Public schools. . Ancient and modern classical philosophic. Scientific Normal commercial musical Fine Art preparatory unsurpassed in modern facilities and competent professors. Apparatus and museums Worth Over a Quarter million dollars bes in Tho United states for objective teaching and apply ing science. Superior advantage in music Normal training Industrial science Over of these commercial students now Fulli Good situation College property donated for Benefit of students Worth 235.00, enables any person of either sex to obtain thorough integral instruction in studies and support themselves income last year benefiting Throe regular Tor ins Spring summer and enable students to earn their College expenses by teaching Winters without falling behind College classes special Winter term for others Call for teachers greater than Supply. Spring term begins feb. 29, 70, summer term Muy 1c, 7g. This College by having erected buildings k keeps Board about per week club and self Board much less. Term Bill but u trifle no extra charges for tuition or incidentals students enter any time in term at proportional rates for catalogues address Pios. O. Hartshorn l. L. I.1. Alliance or it. Union of location healthy moral accessible 15 minutes by omnibus from Union depot Alii. Ance Stark co., o., the Junction of Pittsburgh amp Chicago and Cleveland amp Wheeling railroads. If patronage increase another excellent building will be added this season. F swellings by Elj of ii if Selfe vow t t Al hill1 in Mittl dirt for full jul vi.l-. Liniment Loos for Homes Nail Ulmat i. Are Nunt mint Nihil their of Lecla. My m b they they i Bey Arn Oer Nln in ii it you want Choice boy Lybro s. Of hits and Capa 1 urge variety at to just uni Loveil in c. Foll Sale. Forty acres of heavily timbered land two Miles East of the Village of Elyria will be sold for por acre enquire of Nichols amp pock. Several houses acid for Sale or Exchange for farm property. it puck. Now fou baiioai1vs. 1st, a very desirable House and lot on East Avonzo Price 2d, Xci House und lot on 10th St. A very desirable place it Good lot on 10th Street new Burn on lot. Lot in A. Cooper s sub division East of Villa go 3d, a Stone Quarry about of in acre of land House and barn at 4th. One of Tho most desirable Lillo farms of about acres on the Center Mildge in Ridge Vilio at for partic nines enquire of win. Ii. Tucker Kong estate mini insurance agent Illyria Try our mixed Tea. H s nil the Foo

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