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Indianapolis Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 07, 1878, Indianapolis, IndianaA be a Paley Suhta no the Lisda a my Klug. November 7.1878. By Gib Box or Light glaziers Points pure Putty. Knives etc., Putty at a. Burdsall paint Oil and Glass store 34 South Meridian st., nphi8bu6in�8 relations Here and resume his practice of tie Law. He retires with the Best wishes of the entire democracy of the judge Woollen was sworn in yesterday afternoon by Secretary of state Neff at the same time filing big Bond m the bum of five thousand dollars for tue faithful performance of Bis duties mfr. D. D. . T. Bridges and Ham Needham a Penang a Bondsmen. Ludge Woollen is of ii known throughout the to the is his Large majority of Imu Over i opponent judge Baldwin of logans port. Will Aitel. He is a lawyer of Sii Penor be al attainments one who will attend strictly to the duties of his office and a Cour Keoua and genial gentleman. To will retain or. Ayres the present Deputy until the begin Nior of the coming year at Kast. The Yourg men who arc making such a vigorous fight for that position should Bear this in mind and give the judge a rest. He expresses the determination to appoint Home one that will be satisfactory to the democrats. Indi an al Oll thursday nov Embke 7. Terms postage paid Ash in Advance. Without sunday Lasue. Suu Lay Issue 1 copy on year a a goo 1 copy blk months3 1 copy three to a task 1 copy one Monin. A a a a sufi Salt a Quot Quot blog loopy one year. To the getter no of the club. Crabs of Twenty two ont3 year. Huw to Send Money. It sch Octis y Ujj the one monism to withstand iii isi a us lust cd Jima . Co. Demonb to a i Ain in . Is Solidi for to cd Quot emoc.r/, Badica. Crowing. It occurs to us that the Radical crags have commenced cackling and crowing pre main Rev and thai when the exact count of the full election is made the democratic party will have abundant occasion to Burn Pun powder and Iling its banners to the. Breeze in testimony of a Victory Over to foes 01 honest Over ment. The Clur avow that the fall elections have Resu Ohvo Rable to the democracy. Let ult the Derao cratic party Bas gained thru Bers of Congress in Indiana three four in Missouri. One in Florida Shiana onion South Carolina in ten Nessee and one in Kansas tot a a the radicals have gained members of Congress in York one a Viand one in Michigan one in Luif of in Connecticut two in Jei one in Hampshire total to Tyg shoeing a democratic gain in Cong Jan it it a four member. Besides this the Jip Dicj party has lost two members of co a ess la Maine and two a Iowa. Now in Jujj arc ask what in Thunder it is that. Makes the Radical party jubilant pie democratic party in the Ner. House of representatives will have a Znaj fixity of about Twenty five members Larga enough for All practical a Urr oits. To a will be democratic and this r tit legislative Branch f the a Vern. Raj int under demo crack control. If Taij Radical is Ray Ceis like rejoicing Over such a state of facts. We do not care to object but it or. Be the Ferimer amp sort of fun. Law was Pas Bod for the reissue of Greenback As fast As they were redeemed. This movement was strictly in consonance with tie demands of the National party. The democratic party fully persuaded that greenbacks Are a cheaper and better currency than Bank Bills is pledge 0. To the change when it and this measure is one of special Pron Nence in the platform of the nationals. H then Are a number of vital issues to v the democratic party is Irreg pledged every one of Whir nationals endorse and every them is in direct Antar the Radical programme. No these facts the nationals i upon a i of Parade political org Aciz a result of this division of opponents of radicalism the Radical p y go Jug Nike a show of Start Rgth we possess and elect a few mer of Congress when the Triumph right longed to its Opp Othis div the foes of Radical of honest government or nost every Success obtained Radical party on tne.=�-. Such will be the exhibit i fount is fully made i it and the returns Are a Iven to the Public. In is of the Case what become 01 Radical party provided its opponents a abide to defeat it the Fri Eton it easily .7cred, and Trio Are that com the lesson of tuesday . The Quot for incs of honest gov rom font win learn Wisdorf and when the next Battle is Cougot the foes of radicalism will ii Glit Shou ii r to Shuiler and make an cud of the Rountry a Gref lest curse. _ clip ibis. Twas a tortuous by climbed the Stair. Hit it Lam be waited at its head tan Ivan foaled on the air Quot Tianlu Man Quot and that was All she said. Inn Locue let him Down a Isy Inai Ike Quot a Yonkers Gazette. Yenta. Ifni and the w accounts for by the Day. And when to of facial with the to amp Nisi dying approaches and the we las vae Power 1 Turkev will at Oace commence taking anti fat. Daring the season that has just closed Over to Bouany Monu Oas have left live fool for Lati. There would be Little use for a skylight in we bad n. Skylight. Do you see it my Sun in. News. % it is estimated by the Bureau of statistics tha there Are extant not less than six million old letters each containing the Post scrip Quot Burn this Quot Dean Stanley May s american newspapers Are not Given to veracity. No nor to anybody Case. Pay in Advance is what is de mar Falls reporter. His account and directing farming operations at mount Vernon. The recreation of the pros ent chief magistrate is equal harm if and perhaps quite is edifying. He should howler and not carry it to excess no Constitution however Stronn stand an uninterrupted series of airs. They gradually undermine the health a of the jockeys and Ade keepers who attend them in a professional capacity and tire fore must be More or less ii.3>irioun to the Tiner Clay which tenants the we the House. Joh. Jorgens a it. Georgo c. Abell. T 9. J. B. Richmond d. F. Mcmullin. I. It Belll it. Wisconsin. V vol plums. D. I 5. Kid go he. 1. L b. Aswell h. 16. I Barkel Jouck d. A .�.i. Mhz Ilton a h. ,k. 1 v. Frisby a 1 8. Thad. found. H a of tarts. 1. Ken to party again. Not tat pop a will Nio afraid of to Money Power. To in a be a of pay tar triy. In Boise of repro sent to i ves Wil. Tif to quoth houses of Congre a dem Socrati Iroe could be asked for the y resent. Vhf it Veare iai to record the vat a ii is won the race Over Kearney i a the a lle District. Coop hot in a i. To mule a Allani Salt get bad Lotsof fun add. D to he nut or of Liis Irionda and will remain n i Boup. The Raudic als of it a Quot a had 1g.obeson, the mos. C i i pm Nous i if of a Gran i a mini Sirati , f. A Jjo a Tiu bar >1 con thi i iea of greenbacks and t coup a Ness a the , As the do Cirii e. >, and to t ran sad ? �z10v. Be ted the Ladi Oale in. Tie bad.? on tiv Nlay had an immense count Piloti fun to to a them. They a amp i All Tbs government employee and All the that the National Banks and tie Mon a Power could drive. To those chit Fly they owe their buc a ess. A three a no Mif taking the logic of events. The Elee it 10ns of Are Over and re Aulta Are known. In looking Forward to in for a Prici Fidentia candidate As the people Are doing there is no such thing As obscuring the fact that Thoma. A Hendricks a the a i most prominently before the american people As the Standard bearer of the democratic party. Indiana is democratic beyond Aji Contr Orecny. And or. Hendricks is the Only Man of the North who can enter the National convention backed by a solid democratic state. This fact is potential Aad will be recognized when the democracy of the country assemble to name the next can my Date for president. This morning judge Thomas w. Woollen the Demon iii attorney general elect takes Possession of Kis office the Hon. Clarence a. Buskirk retiring. The latter gentleman has filled the office for two successive terms of two years a Ach. In 1874 or. Buskirk was elect d attorney general by 12,734 majority itt 1876 he was renominated by the democratic party and elected by 6,266, which was about the average democratic majority on the Sute ticket. He has made an excellent and efficient officer having been called upon Many times to solve Home very knotty ques tons of Law in which the Eute was inter ested and on All occasions giving satisfaction. The attorney general s office at one it me was a very lucrative i Osi uon but that time has gone by. It has been a great Lacr Imilce on the part of or. Buskirk for when he left Princeton his bomb he had a Verv lucrative practice which bad to be turned Over to other hands on accepting the position to which he bad been elected. He i funds to return to Princeton in a bout two weeks after Cleide Tite t t10m. The smoke of the Battle is cd Carer a a cd already Enol. Is known to determine results with such at proximate accuracy As to Cave i rile doubt As to final figures. In the outlet it May be Well to remark to the political complexion of the next by Quot be of rep Resetis Tives this not been clanged. And when the votes Are counted it will be Sean that the Radical party Hac not added to Ite strength in Congress. The most it can Clui i is the Transfer of two states from the democratic column in the event that the Chi ice of president in isso devolves upon the House of Asp Regent Atif 8. Aad these states were gained by pluralities and not by majorities. These facts should not be lost ight of in Estimo ting the future of political parties. The verdict of the american people n that Radical-15111, upon evry Issue that has been brought to their attention during the Campaign is wrong. The dii fruity a amp in in to Unito opposing forces. The National or re Eibinck. Party owes its Ori in to the financial legislation of the Radical party. Not contend with the remedies proposed by the democratic party which were or to wok out the of the country thousands and tens of thousands of the people in a Lacost every it Tate in if Union such extreme legislation upon financial one Stiroh that a third i arty in Vitable and the Conse it enc is Are set fun in by the election on tuesday in states where had All the it opponents of radicalism combined upon democratic platforms a sweeping Victory would have been achieved of the greatest importance. It i Well Worth while just Here to review the position of the democratic l arty upon current issues. From the moment it obtained control of the National House of representatives a policy of retrenchment and Economy was introduced and defiantly maintained. This policy was i on so Nance with the declared wishes of the nationals. The democratic majority in the House of representatives knowing full Well that thieves were in office plundering the revenues of the country immediately set to work to arrest such piratical proceedings and bring the guilty to Justice. This course the nationals professed to believe was eminently patriotic. The democratic party in Congress regarding the course of the Radical party in the South where Sovereign states prostrate beneath the Heel of the military Power demanded the Rem vel of the troops preliminary to appropriations for a he maintenance of the Ariy and in obedience to its Fiat the troops were removed. Nationals were in full Accord with this demand. The democratic party saw that the policy of contracting the currency was filling the land with bankruptcy poverty and idleness and sought by every Means in its Power to arrest the work of devastation and rain. This Effort on the part of the democratic party was enthusiastically endorsed by the National party. The demo cratic party regarded the de monetization of Silver As a great wrong committed in the in Teresta of bondholders and shylock and As a result the Silver Dollar was restored to the Suddard coins of the country. This measure the nationals endorsed to a Man. The democratic party in Congress maintained that the Law fixing the Date of resumption on the first Day of january 1879, was pre mature and fraught with incalculable in jury to business and demanded its repel and when this could not be a i3�odianapwi. As a traf5e sex ter. We have in former articles referred to the railway facilities which Enate the mer chants and manufacturers of Indianapolis to concentrate in their Ware Hoetjes and shops the raw materials of Commerce and to Dis tribute to the people in the shortest time practicable Sich wares and merchandise As enter into general use and can sumption. It would be difficult to exaggerate these facilities or Over estimate the advantage they secure with reference to state of j a Diana As also to the group i Central Empire states the geographical i it position of Indianapolis car. Not fail to attract attention. It location has any chair Vercial is wifi canes a All and it is Unive Bally con Celt id to be of the highest importance than incl Anapolis can boast of exceptional Advant is in thi regard. Indianapolis is near the geographical enter of the state and with Calcitrai Coli Brantly concent rating Here she must in the nature of things exert a controlling into enc. In ita commercial and i= a flairs. Indiana is a state of Large veal til which is constantly increasing. And it is for the purpose of grouping a certain Cla its of statistics bearing directly upon Trade a stairs that we write this article. The annual report of the auditor of state gives tabulated it Ite ments of the commercial prospects of Indiana facts that de by a wide distribution among the people. The statistics referred to Are compiled tor the year l>7 i and we assume that for the year lists decided gains will appear when the fact Are published. In the following statements Quot show in the amount and number of agricultural products of Indiana Quot we give estimated values for purposes which will appear number oniois.-8 5 a Ifil values Nunier of mud. �1,185valik. Number in a Jim 1 of Sil Valu. Vii Riiber of �,1t7, value. Pomiber of hogs l ,4v,�?� it Vaine. By ilk is of wheat l,j,4.i2,i2fj, Vashte. Bushels of coi 11 Vashte. Bushels of i be 312,, Mcdue. Bit heu of oals b,47s, a v Iuie. Bus Liels of . Bus Liels of Barley u2,, value. Busl Welsof a Rass and Clover Send w. 7�r, value. Bushels of to a a sted value. Bushels of in i it 5,21 a a. Tons of Hay Valine. Tons of hemp 5. 9, value. Tons of Coal 502.177, value. A spiels of Lime 985,7o7, value. Pounds of beef 5,�11,002, value. Pounds of Bitcon 2�,�74,5l value. Pounds of bulk pork 4.05�>,, value. Pounds of lard , value. A pounds of Wool 1,718,458, value. Pounds of tobacco 12,378,7i-value. Pounds of 29,473, value. Founds of Maple sugar 224,is0, value. By riels of beef 0,815, value. Barrels of pork 73,892, value. Gallons of cider 8,755,1�, value. Gallons of vinegar 910,9>8, value. Gallons of wine 13,159, value. A a Gallons of sorghum 905,786. Of of Maple l.y2,207, value. 8112,410,142 the foregoing figures relate simply to the agricultural products and though they tur Niah the most reliable Dau at hand they do not in All probability upon a Liberal estimate give More than go per cent of the actual products for the year named. A this As it May it does not affect the a that Indianapolis a in the very Center 91 this vast agricultural wealth with All the required facilities to control the lion s share of the Large Trade of which it a the substantial basis. These agricultural products will steadily increase in amount and value and As steadily add to the volume of the Trade of this City. Here will concentrate More and More the Grain products to be distributed to other markets and Here will concentrate the cattle and bogs to be slaughtered or sent Forward to the Seaboard and As these great enterprises in. Crease in magnitude Indianapolis will expand her Commerce and manufactures. The subject viewed from any standpoint will Force the conclusion that Indianapolis has a territory within a radius of easy grasp w Icib to say nothing of territory beyond insures commercial transactions of such commanding importance As to place the City in the first Nytuk of the Trade cen Len of the country. The Muskrat has been heard from architecture is of the lofty mansard roof variety indicating plenty of cold to the Square Inch during the approaching Winter. A woman in Clifton Park n. Y., was in one Dikiy separated by divorce from two he i bands one of the suits bring decided Agai her there and the other in California. The attention of the Public we Vicli has been entered on the base Ball better All summer will be turned to the contemplation of Pancake Ben Tinel. A Pelero to n. 11young Foman of 17, who i Fortunat Fly we a t married has Given b Rob to to a pets two Bays arid a irl All a ree were born afire the a Omide to grow up but their sister Only lived f. Hours. Ohn swore in open Wirt in York a few Days ago that he and i brother paid general Butler while he wa3 m pm Amanda Kew Orleans $1,0 pm Quot to Quot for the purpose of keeping their fare Bank in full blast. There is Nething True go Ltd or Beautiful in this world to at comes to us without care or thought or honest labor but a sneeze is a kind of outburst in which there is a great Deal of satisfaction and yet it is rarely pre meditated. Joy jct Good times Are coming again Good \ime8 Are Here. Joy to the merchant Iovito it Heman flaw Joy Joy to the poor Workingman Harper a Bazar say on can buy a very Nice fur cloak for <.18o.�? Burlington Hawkeye. Quot Ghow me the fashion places of an age said i Almage Quot and i will Tell you the Type of that age or that Vea Quot All right brother Talmage we the age. Of Adain and eve. We Hiven t the plates Bandy but doubtless you recollect Post. U is claimed that to recent discoveries Imide Troni the babylonian cylinders in the b Irish museum show that the first created Man and woman Are spoken of As of the Quot dark the word Adam appears on the tablets not As a proper Nanie but As a noun signifying a dark Man. Can it be that Are All descended from Quot niggers a Man can always Tell exactly How tall he is by walking through a Low door in the dark next Mornine he can measure the height of the door and then measure from where it struck to the top of his head add the two together subtract the swearing and multiply by what o clock it wan when he got Home and the result will be his net height. A breakfast table. A Memphis lady writes to a Friend in the North Quot i believe this plague has made a universalist of me. I have seen men in a moment Rise from the Depths of degradation and Wick Del a to Christ like Sublimity in Devotion and sacrifice and the most poll it de of my own sex suddenly changed into Ang is of love and mercy. Thus god teaches us to scorn non of his creatures. The prevailing bats and Bonneta in Paris Are quite a study for an entomologist. S a army of Beds Andot Lier Imecs Are settling on s in. Of the hats. Arrows and lizards uie giving was to Small ornaments of Holly leave with Pearlf fur berries. Owls hearts of various , some very , and gilded Cater Pill iii ire freely used to confine bows on hats and York Sun. Or. Phi Brick in charge of the american educational exhibit at Paris states that it secured 121 awards including 27 Gold and -12 Silver medals. The governmental exhibit forwarded by the Bureau of education was awarded three Gold medals from three different juries the French government has instructed m. Buisson to organize a Bureau of education of the Model of the United states and be is collecting ar>pliance3 from the american display in the pans exposition. Paul on one of his trips to Damascus by Street car not having a newspaper in which to Bury his Gigantic thou this was compelled to give up his sat to a woman who had been Down to Corinth shopping. This so roused his ire that he at once dropped a postal card to Thimothy saying Quot i suffer not a woman to teach nor to usurp authority Over the Man but to be in we publish this incident for the Benefit of women who believe with the Driver that the car is never foil. Sex governor John p. Hoyt of Arizona in that the fear that the mormons Are taking Pir session of that territory Are rather premature. There Are not As Many mormons in Arizona As generally supposed. There Are probably two dozen Faydie around Phonix in the Salt River country and perhaps a population of 500 souls in the settlement near the headwaters of the Colorado River in Yav Jaipal county. These latter will run a Delegate for the territorial legislature but if he is elected it will be on Sufferance of the gentiles who Are rather disposed to concede something to them As an industrious and Thrifty people. It is said that the Arizona mormons do not practice polygamy but it is generally believed that lot Smith who is a mormon Leader in Arizona and others prominent in the settlements have a plurality of wive is. But they keep their Reserve Stock Home in Utah and live with Only one wife in Arizona. To liquor in the White . Boston Tufti script. No liquor of any kind will be Safvi a at White House dinners the Toming Capon. With the single exception of the annual dinner to the diplomatic Orp and even to a there will be no wine Ger ses before the president and mrs. Hay Couk a by Inen elected. In the fou Wing table we give As accurately As visible at this writing the names and politics of the congressional candidates who we Ltd a be cts on tuesday. The list is neither full nor perfect but it will be found interesting to ail who desire to keep ported red Long the political situation. Al Iiama. T. Ii. Herndon a. 5. Th03. Willlams d. W a Herbert. D. 6. B. B. Lewis d. Svitt Miok. 7. . Forney d. Aias. M. Shelley. 8. We. M. L we i. 1 4vrh \ a great. A in eth conf a toss. A s a s i 1 i 0 a Kansas Polar fat r . 1 i. J. E. Cravens. D. We f sicui0ns,u. 4. Thos. M. Gantor a. Cd nne Cicet. Lor. U. Hawley. R. I s. John t. Wait. I helps d. 4. Frederick Miles it . Edw dlr. Martin d. Florida. i .vidsou.d. 2. Noble a. Hull. I it. Fat re Kugia. . Nicholls a. J. H Blunt a. W. E. Smith d. I 7. W. Felton Philip Cook d. 18. Person i let. N. J. Hammond d. 1 ii a tsoris. W. Aldrich e. 1 12. W. Up Ranger d. George r. Davis a. I 13 h. Barber jr., r. Alabam i. Arkansas.1 Call torn la colorado1 connect leu. Delaware florida1 Georgia Illinois. Indiana.1 Iowa. Kansas. . Maryland. Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota mass Sippi. Missouri. Nebraska. Nevada. New a Upshire Jersy. New North Carolina. Ohio. Oregon. Pennsylvania. Pm hot l.�nci.i South Cavol Lua Quot venues of. Texas Vermont. Virgimia i. West Virgini to. Wiso/-5ksin. 11 1 a i i y 9 Quot i b h 6 is 1 1 3 7 8 20 1 �1 to us �1 to us i 11 �5 2 Uli 1 11 y 1 quote 01 1 1 i 1 1. Quot i 1 a Quot i 4 Oil "2 �21 12 1 fist u in 17 7 2 i to total. I to a 0 i 1 1 s 1 s quoth Oil 2 29 a 137 156 w. Felton i d. A. Stephens in. A. Billips d. J. C. Sli Erwin r. R. M. A. Hiick h. T. Henderson r. P. C. He yes r. Greenb al. Fort a t. A. Boyd. R. B. F. Marsh 11. J. ,d. 14. 15. In. 18. 19. A. Stevnson 1. J. G. Cannon r. H. B. Decius d. B. Smith r. W. A. Sparks d. James Creed g. Icho Baker k. W. R. Morison. R. Taomas k. R. Townsond d. Kansas. J a. , 11. Thomas Ryan r. D. C. , r. . Oscar Turner. I. I. 6. J. Carlisle d. ?.rmcken7e.d. 7. .blackburn,u a w. Caldwell d h. P. B.thompsoi.,i i Proctor Knott d. To. Trios. Turner 1. Louisiana. R. L. Gibson d. K. John e Ullh a. R. A a. Hebert a 4. T. Los. B. Klam d. J. Floyd King 1. , d. Maul in. I. M. Henry d. J. Fred Talbot d. We. Dlr smell v. 3, it Jtj to i 1t7 12,277 tro .tul ,4 Tiu ,i2,. Kkt / i 2--7s.i s its 7.97c l>507,i a 1117,141 20s,575 1,171,711 202.8i>4 it a ,kh3 515,r>j7 Bho,."jl 1 12,736 22.s8u 110,ks8 875,. >7l a it 4s 4 1,100 .s�2,u4 4 r. M. Mclane i. I. Ell j. Heckle d. H. Milt g. Urner r. Massac ursetto. 7. W. A. Russell r. 8, we. Cut Fullin r. D. We w. Rico. R. 10. A. Norcross r. 11. G. D. Robinson r. A in. W. Crapo r. B. W. Harris. R. W. A. Fiend r. Leopold Morse r. S. Z. Bowman d. Geo. B. Loring r. Mic Nisan. J. K. Newberry r. A it. Edwin wets r. 7. J. H. Megowan r. J. C. Burrows r. 1�. John w. Stout r. Minnesota. Mark s. Brewer r. Omar d. Conger r. g. Horr r. J. A. Hubbell r. M. H. Dannell r. Horace , d. Mites Orui. 8. 3. , r. M. L. Clardy d. Erastus Wells. D. A it. Frost. D. Charles e Moss r. L. H. Davis d. R. P. Bland d. . Ware g. Chas. G. H Urton. R a Jas. R. 7. M. Air malian r. . 9. U. 11. 12. I i. Alfred m. Lay d. L. A Awyer i. D. Nicholas Kord g. G. F. Rothwell. D. J b Clark,jr., d. D. M. Diaper r. We. H. Hatch d. J. M. London g. A. H. Buckler d. . Fag g. 4. O. R. Single iii d. A. Chas. E. Hooker d. To. Jas. R. Chalmers d. 1. ,d. 2. Van h. Manning d. H. H. D. Money d. . De k. Valentine r. Evan. 11. Daggett r. New half Shiuk. It Hull r. I 3. Earth w. Farr r. Jii ii. It f. I Rigis r. I Jerky. G. M. , r. S. Ims. H. Vurhl r. 2. H. B. Small. D. I h. J he l. Blake. R. 3. Wiles Ross d. I v. L a. , u. Alvah a. Clip d. No Kokiv Jas. W. Covert. D j 17. W. A. Wood r. d. Is. J. Klimt loud r. S b built Elul a r 1 a. B. , r. A. M. Bliss d. N. Mulier d. Sinuel s. Co.\, d. Einstein r. A Toik . Me trios Ami Faunen of the sharper. Viau Francisco Cor. Of the Baltimore Suu Stock gambling having scattered Ruia broadcast Over the land and brought thousands of families from ease to poverty virtuous indignation clamors for Laws to Stop its operations. A Law has been proposed to guard the unwary against some of its most seductive allurement s. Quot puts and Calls Quot Quot margin sales Quot false reports from mine and the like will probably be interdicted. But there Are other tricks which need correction. To induce men and women of the smallest Means to take Little ventures every Silver mining company whose utmost valuation on any bar i might be $10 000, is chartered at $10,000.0 x or so. What would fairly justify 1,000 shares is for gambling purposes fixed at ij0,000 shares and distributed among servant girls shoe boys etc., at Quot Only 50 cents a share for la stance sure to go up soon to $0.&Quot to Check this form of false pretence it is pc posed to Levy a stamp tax on All issues and transfers at so much taking til at on f of the miners own estimate. These a Rico unit ing checks have in turn Paral Zed the to ree Stock exchanges and taken the life out of Pine and California streets. In place of the former Rush for brokers Oices halt a dozen pack themselves in one room and Quot to let Quot is the most conspicuous feat Ira. The barbra it Law. Boston Hera the last Congress through whose efforts tie National bankrupt Law was it paled instead of being remodeler As business urged made a serious Blunder. It is True the old Law did not prove satisfactory ii operated very largely in the interest of the debtor and the rights of creditors were by it almost nominal but that did not prove that no bankrupt Law that shall be common to All sections of the country applicable to All alike is required. As Well might one argue that because a House is not satisfactory no House is needed that because a rudder is not just As it ought to be none is necessary that because a police Force or a fire department is unsatisfactory none is required. The logic is the same in Esick Case. The Coli evinces of the baht action of Congress Are already cropping out in commercial circles and tue inconvenience of Selling goots m gift rent sections of the country with no uniform Law regulating proceedings in bankruptcy is sure to be experienced in a serious manner a Eiore of Niani More months of Active weak no a of pms Deats. St. Louis Bep Bucan far be it for us to deprecate the weakness for fairs which or. Hayes develops on the smallest provocation. Pref Idenys Are human like the rest of us and must have their recreation. Grant found his behind a Cigar and a pair of fast Trotters Lincoln his in telling or hearing a string of Good stories Jackson Bis in smoking a Corncob pipe mod damning Biddle and the Bank Jefferaon his ine philosophy and Riding horseback Wash in ton Bia in keeping an accurate expense 20. 21. 22. 2.s. 24. 2i. 2c. Loan h. . David Wilb a r. Warner Miller r. C. D Prescott r. Joseph Misson r. Fuik Hiscock to. John 11. , r. E. G. Lipham r. . Dwight r. ,r j. Vanvoy orbs a r. Crowley r. Ray v. Pierce. R. A. It i. Mccook r. Scr Niido i int s a Blieu r. It al p Morton r. Alex. Smith. R. 28. .1. H. Ketih Fin r. 29. . Felden r. W. W. Lounsbery i it. Al. John m. Bailey in. 33, Henry Vanaernam r. Died tuesday night. North cab ouija. Jos. J. Martin r. 4. Jos of p a a a j.yeate8,d. 5. Al m. Scaea e. O Hara r. 6. W. L. Steele. I. 1ft� h Harris r. 7. B. F. Armfield d. A h Kuchen a. 8. R. B. Vance d. I. A. M. Waddell d. Hook n. L . Aldrich r. I. L. W. Ballon. R. Ii in a . 11. J. W. Kill Luger r h. H. Bingham r. Cabs. O Neill r. . Randall d. 1. W. D. Kelley r. 16. Al c. Harmer r. In. Win Ward r. Is. , r. It it. H. Clymer d. 20. A. H. A tilth r. A i. R. K. Baehman d. 22. C. Albright b. R. Klotz d. 24. G. B. Brockway d. E. E orals g. 25. H. , d. G. 26. Jno. W. Ryon d. ¿7. South . 8. D. Wyatt Aiken d 4. John h. Evans d. 5. G. D. Tillman d. Eer r i s. Early g. E. Overton jr., r. J. 1. Mitchell r a. H. Col Roth a. H. G. Fisher r. F. Beltzhoover. D. R. H. Yocum a. M. R. Wise. D. R. Or ref . M. Bayle r. W. S. Shallenber Ger r. Hrry White. R. S. B. Dick r. .1. H. Osmer r. J. S. Richards on. M. P. O Connor d. J. F. Ensor d. Tennessee. Rob t l. Taylor d. L. C. Houk r. Geo. G. Dubrell d. B. Mcm Lllan d. John m. Bright d. John f. House d. J. A. Campbell d. 6. Thos. Clayborn i. Jumes Warren i. Geo. F. Akers g. j. D. C. Atkins a c. A Simonton d. Casey Young d. Texas. John h. Regan in 5. D b Culbertson d. Geo. W. Jones u. Will How. D. 1�. G. Schleicher d. I John Ireland a. Yobu Orr. Bradley Barlow o. Vibo Ikia. Saper Vanors of election. I Louisville courier the abolition of the Oitice of Federal supervisor of elections should be accomplished when the democrats secure control of pm Eress we Are told Quot of the advocate of the Law that it is necessary to prevent at elections. This is the business of state or local , and if they have not succeeded in preventing frauds at elections it is a fault which can be remedied by the people and Public sentiment. The history of the working of the Federal supervisor ship does not show an improvement in election morality on the contrary nine tenths of the Federal supervisor ship is the supervisor ship of fraud and partisanship in operation. A the Law of supervisor ship was never intended to prevent frauds. It was meant to secure the disfranchisement of democrats and the fraudulent election of rip Blimus. It is a partisan Law and the republicans have used it in their usual oppressive and outrageous meanness. How it Loob i to on Sider a. Toronto Globe it is possible that such workingmen am find employment at the rates ruling m York Are no worse off actually toan they were six or seven years ago when they were getting forty fifty or a Hundred a cent a Ore of wages a do ? ing the Overstock of goods which Keem them Idle. Rents Are lower manufactured goods Are being sold for less than Cost and provisions Are no higher than they were m the Good but there Are still an immense number of skilled artisans for whom work can not be up find. Eve at reduced waifs and is not Likely to be found us a of the american nuff Sigall enable manufacturers to produs w cheaply that they can enter the world s Market on equal terms. A inc Story. A Panama paper tells the following eto of canine sagacity Quot when a dog wishes to won the nver where alligators abound he a mop the Stream a great Way and barks with All his might the alligators go there and trait for his getting in to a Cross the dog knows what he is about. When he sees from the number of snouts above water that his enemies have All gathered to the feast he runs Down the Bank As fast As he can and swims across before the alligators Are aware of the trick that he has been playing upon r. L. T Beale i. John Goode jr., Joe. B. Johnston a. 6. John r. Tucker d. 7. John t. Haniu. D. A Eppa Hunton d. Exclamation by the Gas Inan oar is Are out of joint. Of cursed spite that kid Bon was born to give us a Wisconsin cider Reservoir broke Loose the other Day and nearly drowned a hire girl who was sucking a Straw Stu Cut m afr of the journal

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