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The Cincinnati Weekly News (Newspaper) - June 20, 1883, Cincinnati, OhioRii a a a Ltd a pm a weekly news Cikic Nikati. Wednesday june 1883. A a the e weekly a a bub Ltd Ulsby webkb8day morn Ino by the Cima Lim publishing company. Fair prevent a this promises Tion of this tax to a for Revenue i and Solu peace hate h pre vexed Nisei a this is the the democratic party proposes a fair tax for Revenue and for Revenue Only but the Ai a a a a a it .1. Six ,1 a v r a a Are a in a of a a. Six a s ii. &Quot.1 ,11. To a a a a s7i is \ a or v. �?�s., a via a a a. i a i a if .1 a 5. P it a to i f a it Mih c. Pm it Bra Ood general manager. 1bk Conci Katl a Kors pubf.i8blkq company. . Boadle Alex. Long. Jno. B. Bell Julius for Sinnif was. P. Anderson May Fechheimer a Wmk alter Adam a. Kramer. T. . J. Me Fibber and John 0. Endert Ood. Oval kits. I Fie rident Alex. Long Secretary we. P. An Dyson general manager and treasurer John c. Vad Wood. To Dino comm Tiki. k. Bell May Fechheimer Frank alter Adam a. Kramer and w. T. Bishop. Of a a m Imi Naii 4>arty, in every Hill presented in the legislature on the Way to the Scott Law in the West of the double barrelled amendments and in the Scott Law pro i j poses As the first object regulation and \ taxation As a Means of regulation. Thig>4s preclusive of a. Fair tax for Revenue it is an insistence upon any sort of tax Tor regulation. The i it arty will not be allowed to shoot at this question with a double Wabble. Which is it a tax for regulation or a tax for Revenue the Star route Yeu dict. Conspiracy is probably the hardest of All it is 9 00 rates of stub mail Al stage paid. The title copy Tine year 00 Don of ten copies mailed to one Post a one year. A club of Twenty Topi mailed to one a pos office one year. a a a a it a it a a a a b a 17 00 a club of thirty implies mailed a to ode v. Post since one or. 24 00 a forty copies mailed to one Post of wifi our Yudil a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 30 "00 and Isinger clubs St the rate of % cents per copy per Sznura. And. In addition. The news will a Uruu Ebeb for one year to any person who will rate a club of Twenty or More annual sub a Eibers at one Post flite and Forward their a Ames and address with the requisite amount of Money As per above table of Gold premiums see advertisement else wlllif0� parties Raling dubs and collecting $1 sub script Iona can other work for a Premium club or Klein tha Percenta allowed As per above table rates. A invariably in . Specimen copies mailed free on application. Money in sums of 12 and Over most be sent by Tat Pieta Post office Money order Check or wig azaled letter. Address the weekly news. Corner Vine and sixth streets Cincinnati. Ohio. The news journal has no desire or in Tention to governor Fos crimes to prove in a Legal Way enough to Page be where it exists but in to conviction the Law requires More than proof. It requires Legal proof. The rules of evidence form a system has grown up As the common Law has grown up. It has4 Een framed not for the conviction of the guilty but to prevent. The possible conviction of any innocent Man. Under a system of jurisprudence which has for its Corner Stone to is better that ninety nine eur to men wednesday 20 to a atrium supple mint in Glavinos Are of pts cared Ami win be a most Man cents. This copy of the Chic Ignati weekly news is a fair Sample of that newspaper. The news Speaks Fiir itself and we believe is As Good a news Aii it i family journal As is published in this country. Whatever May he necessary to make it Cater to the wants of Ibi readers in the future will Quot he Domein the most Liberal and uns tinted a Nanner. Its circulation already very will be increased to the utmost extent possible by every legitimate Means that in the it Ilare the weekly news May become Abe most widely circulated paper in the United states. As a Means to accomplish such a result one my of Murn Copie jul be sent to As Many people and their patronage is most Repec Tilly solicited. And in order to convince them that the cd Minati weekly news is a paper that will More nearly satisfy them than any other Short the etre solicited. For eighteen Tanta six 3c Posti Stamm enclosed in a letter this paper will be sent in Saiy address postage paid for nine weeks. The a Pilar subscription Price is $1 a year. And in this connection particular attention is directed to the announcement in another column which offers to every subscriber to the weekly news advantage a which can not be allured through any other new8pa or. As a Premium offer it is confidently claimed that its equal was never before made and would not be put a sible in this Case except for the method. Adopted the foreign Art reproducing Pany to advertise its works. Please read the announcement referred Ter. Its Washington correspondent is a r. A gentleman of character and Abil. Ity and the news journal takes his dispatches in Faith and publishes. Them As All newspapers publish their Dis. Patches without waiting to investigate. A the accuracy of their statements. The dispatch Pur rating to give governor Fosters a a views on the German vote did not claim to a be an interview Between our Washington. Corp indent and governor Foster but a. A a a it is claimed that it was a True report of remarks made by the governor to a number of gentlemen several of whom were j the charge of the commercial Gazette a a. That the news journal a manufactured the interview is a purely gratuitous falsehood. As soon As governor Fosters de i a a Nial was published Thi news journal telegraphed instructions to its Washington correspondent to investigate the matter and if he had in attributing the statements to the governor to Correct them. The reasserts correctness of the report and has been further instructed to furnish the evidence of its correctness. Could the commercial Gazette do More if the dispatch had a 1 Pera cd in its own ninety nine go should escape than that one innocent Man should suffer a backed by a system of evidence working to the same end it May be assumed that ninety nine guilty men will escape to one convicted although guilt May proved As a fac and for a purposes except that of conviction. Conspiracy is the most diff cult of All facts to prove. It must be shown first that there was a conspiracy to do an unlawful. Thing that the defendants were engaged. A a in it and that an or acts was done in pursuance of the unlawful design of All. Here Are about three More things thar Lare to be proved in Ordinary cases. It is not Only not wonderful that the jury acquitted. Union their oaths sworn to try not according to absolutely conclusive proof but according to absolutely conclusive Legal proof the jury were probably warranted in their verdict although All the world and each juror must be thoroughly convinced of their guilt. To proof of guilt was sufficient for All other purples. In All the daily affairs of life we upon much less. All scientific conclusions religious beliefs every conclusion in life rests upon evidence less Strong or no stronger. Still a. So strangely humane is the Law to men. When the world is already full of men and would not miss a few of the worst ones in the Penitentiary that it is net sufficient to secure conviction. Hence the Jirry should not be complained of. The main Point is secured the popular verdict conclusively against one of the worst rings that Ever cursed the government and one too which fitly had its fraudulent at the end of each men do not bum the records of honesty. But Dorsey says that it is believed and will be believed to All time that there is not a scrap or a line in any record showing dishonesty in any one charged with representing the Republican party in a National Campaign. Hardly when there is hoj be Ord. Then Why did Dorsey filled with a sentimental notion of the value of such records and believing that they were necessary a to be the evidence of honesty at the end of each Campaign a follow the example of his predecessors not a line of record nor an account exists of All his dealings in 1880. Dorsey was Able to see that his Pride cd store had wisely kindled a Bonfire of forgetfulness. It is not precisely a Vestal spark but the Republican National committee wisely Kee i a spark with which to Light after each canvass a a Bonfire of it let a have peace. Origin under the when every Man thought he had a right to steal from a people that would allow the presidency to be stolen. In the Republican party Woald reflect on political history it would find that there is no Safe Middle ground in the conflict of systems and theories of government. In. 1860 a very respectable party of old gentlemen relied around Bell and Everett believing Uliey could put a end to an irrepressible conflict by interposing straws. Liquor in its relations to jail tics in Ohio is a Mere occasion. Democratic views go beyond the liquor traffic and mean More than the settlement of tie manner of conducting any Trade 6r business. Prohibition ideas go beyond the thing prohibited and mean a method in Gyoeri Varent which if an lied. Prove subversive of a Ibi the people of , new Mexico Are about to celebrate an illustration of the principle a for the first shall be last.�?�. One third of a that Island years they claim a that the daring Coroni Hio founded the capital of new Mexico and thus the first City in the United state while it has not been without importance Asa trading it is inst Beai nine to assume new in the official statement of the principles of the commercial Gazette pot Forth to allay the mistrust of republicans occurs the following which is a Happy illustration of the triple faced position of the re publican party / we believe in the submission of a constitutional amendments to the people of Ohio and in the taxation of the retail liquor traffic Accord into the Scott Law which gives local Public opinion weight and would provide a much needed Revenue and end an unprofitable Irbite Tion. T one of the amendments prohibits manufacture and Sale. The a other authorizes the legislature to tax the Trade thereby conceding that it has not now that a w or. The Scott Law is to tax before the Amend. Ment and if the amendment to authorize taxation shall fail. The prohibitionists will never be Content with taxation. The proposal of a taxing amendment is a lasting testimony that the Power to tax is want ing. This mess of contradictions is to a Send an unprofitable irritation by a greater counter irritation. Post. It is importance As a modern american City. Something Anglit to be done to Bob Ingersoll. His heterodoxy is growing Al Armi ugly orthodox at his Home the other night during the Jamboree in whiff the punch bowls were often he allowed judge Carpenter too Ismach rope. So Melody in the crowd shouted a give Brewster hell a and the judge who was speaking at the time remarked that he had a too much reverence to anticipate the judgment of almighty when we imagine Pagan Bob aiding and abetting even smiling his Serene acquiescence in this reverential and solemn acknowledgement of the deity we can but presume that the foundations of heterodoxy Are. Crumbling. If the other disciples of negation do not come quickly to Bis Rescue we May expect shortly to see Robert marching to the annual sunday school a Case of mob violence and of the hanging by a mob of the desperate Barber pro their in Iowa has brought out the cons Tomary remarks from the Southern Prore in retaliation for the injustice of some of the press in dealing with crime in the South. One can hardly examine this with an Effort to be impartial taking into a it Teo unt the changed conditions the end which has come to passion prejudice and sectional ism in politics without feeling that the times the ligature of the Idle controversy and the Little to be gained indicate this As an excellent time for communities to begin to mind their own business. It is an excellent time for an end to be put to trying crime by sectional standards. It is full time that Crim nation and recrimination come to a full Stop. That the Northern people should have been moved to retort by the Ante War accusations brought against them was certainly natural. With out regard to who began the application of such terms As a slave Driver and a a Feve stealer a that which follow was a natural and inevitable consequence since the War Crim Natton Baa been followed by recrimination and perhaps not always without Good effect upon both parties. While each has indignantly denied All that has been alleged by the other truth spoken bears fruit. The Man who resents bitterly a Riith spoken As to his own conduct not Seldom makes it the beginning of amendment and it is so of Coram Uniti. But if there wins Ever a time for this a time when each could silently and often Union Reiou sly learn something from bitter words spoken by the other it has gone by. The time has come when each Community will be better engaged attending strictly to its own business learning to know and Coiras its own fan to. Moral truths social facts and social and pol Tittel facts involving Public and private morality must still be subject to Inq Wilry and interest All communities. It is True that one portion of this country can never fail to take and Manifest an interest in the moral Progress of every other part. It is time that a higher than the sectional Standard were found. There is no sectional Standard. In respect to crime in respect to morals the area once known As the North does not from that once known As ment. He cared nothing a Oft and was twice employed in opposition to it and not once for it. In such cases ardent men earnestly for a measure sometimes Volunteer to help the oppressed. It was thus we believe that or. Seward opened his career of championship of the cause of Freedom. The party has a a Andi Date who was indifferent and its platform is silent As to the coloured Man. The party has nothing further to offer. It accepts thus far the democratic View that he is a citizen who can Only be insulted by being treated As if he were something else and made the subject of special policies. But it does insult him by casting its past favors in his Teeth As if it had bought his vote by what it has done of rather by what the Public forced it. To do. It comes to this then that he is like All other citizens and especially like All those who Are struggling upward interested in that Broad democratic policy we Rich Means the least possible government and the largest personal Liberty and Opportunity in life. The coloured Cit zeil has at in fast of filched a Point where Kitwell becomes him to reflect the Tbs a there is anything to hold him longer to the Republican party and whether it does not interest him to Finda place in some other party which has Inore to offer in a policy better suited to a Man who is struggling upward under difficulties and travelling a very hard Way in life. Morality by taxation. If it w0� first it turf it is last when tried by modern standards. The claim to Antiquity is perhaps not Well founded. It is certainly contrary to any author of which to have any know one and then Avail yourself of the oppor Tennity by sending your name and address with might sen cents enclosed to this office. Publishers of the weekly news. Important notice to every Soli crier to the ctn Cinnam week Lar news the of Geigk Art keep Boucino com font of America has commenced the reproduction the More important Art works of the Ltd int intent. Believing win Riat the a will from Ocean american Public free Date an institution which place in its hands exempt the lays and annoyances of Tanoh importation pictures which otherwise coaids not be obtained except by direct a and importation., a contract in been made with the Cincinnati we balt news to furnish each of its new a he scribers with a proof copy of Une of Fobe first Art works thus reproduced. The work of Art selected for this purpose pc i a fair specimen of the design and class of Fork that will hereafter be produced and a i All future productions of the above Dhaka ctr jul be announced through the columns of this paper every new sub Beriber should obtain and examine Tho first Art work thus sent out. Whoever has visited the Dore gallery lao Don will remember a painting which be copies nearly an entire end of the Hall. Is one of the most important works of the Groit artist. Dore and is enticed Krisi i ving the a use torn i no painting Una we except its companion work Christ a entering Jeru Saieta if Chi be considered As representing Dore a vol Kerful Power As an historical Painter to creditably and powerfully As Bis Christ leaving it is not Only ing Beauty Ana is rates a scene Frh Icli is crowded with the and reddening events in the Martyr life of eur i Saviour. No description Omi give an adequate idea of the manner in which the great artist Lias handled his grand subject within the last two rears Titis magnificent work to Ether with its companion a Hwy a Christ entering has Reen completed in steel and is now fur inched Only to subscribers who visit the gallery at the Price of of Brit dollars per a mpg this once for the English edition added to Ocean transportation and customs duties Lii crease the Cost of Theen Viii to american purchasers to Over pc copy. Two or three gentlemen Cincin Nati who subscribed for the Engrav while in Europe have found that the Idt inmate coat was nearly $60. The Amer Kaii reprint of this splendid Art production in size 23x46 inches is a direct a it by pre ring every line and detail of the English warty dmar engraving. Every new subscriber to the Cincinnati weekly news for the Tost period of nine weeks at 18 cents six 3 cent postage a tamps will be furnish with the above Dean bed picture be Chibly packed and will if applied prove democratic Republican government or the other is right. If the its Are right they will never suffer the Republican party to Dally with the question or trim and hover Between two Opin ions. Whether they Are right or wrong they will test their views. The prohibition idea is that government is the potent in social Progress and can do what it will to make men moral and virtuous. The democratic Piu to holds that society evolves its own Morhy a and Marks and travels its own path gov i a Merit rather following and scoring what is done than compelling. Government deals with individual and exceptional violations of standards erected by society and until society has decreed government is powerless. The Are logical although their theory is a false one. The democratic party pro kit ses to confine the govern. Nent to its legitimate functions. It will have it exercise its taxing Power Only for the Pur 08e for which it exists. Its Power of regulation or punishment for crime and violation of Laws which society has enacted it will have exercised solely for that purpose and to other. This is logical and sound. It leaves society to Mark oat and follow its own paths con fining Gove Mient to its legitimate functions in dealing and private matters divid urls res on Rible acts. The Republican off Iris seeks Here a Middle ground where it can Combine two Bancroft places the settlement of that country at a later Date and declares that St. Augustine is the oldest town in the United states. There is nor evidence that Coronado founded a Colony. On the contrary we believe the record of his wanderings which is full detailed and so accurate As to All it describes As to show its truthfulness declares that no was left this however is a Small matter. It was probably settled somewhere toward the close of the sixteenth Century. The Spanish occupation and settlement May Well Date from the expeditions of the bold Cabaza de Vaca and the daring Joro Nado. The first was the. We do not see Why a tax according to business done should not be levied on liquor dealers if the business is to be taxed. The moment that it is agreed that a Busine Rei shall exist and be subject to a tax for the support of government it seems to is that it should be taxed like every other business. The government has Noth a. A ing to do with discouraging Small dealers by the exercise of the taxing Power. Society has a right to require that every business shall be conducted in a decent and orderly manner and to regulate to this end. When it agrees that a business shall exist and be taxed the business should be left As in other cos est to the operation of Ordinary Laws of Trade. Any other Pouch will Only create new evils and cure no old and Fittl the explorer. Pioneer and truth the Ter was latter patient who pierced Mitory of Kansas Dir cover the Buffalo which has been the commissary to and vane. Ing civilization and its Means of gaining and maintaining foothold. Nothing since t the expeditions of Oahu a de Vaca and of Coronado has equated them in daring unless it be the new York heralds ones. With Public holding a for their incompatible systems and have a Little of regulation along with a Little of Revenue Acciai polishing the legitimate ends of government and. At the same time giving Promise of attaining the ends aimed at by the prohibitionists. Thus it can accomplish neither result the prohibitionists can see that a perversion of the tax ing Power will not enable them to legislate men virtuous moral and temperate the Man who desires revenues from the exercise of the taxing Powers can easily see that if the chief object of taxation is regu lation it can not have also for its chief of a Tion across the dark continent. In Pele Brating the Early settlement of that country which is just now beginning to awake to modern life and its occupation for More than a thousand years the period of the end of one of Thesa expeditions and the beginning of the other May be fitly chosen. Coronado was followed shortly after perhaps by the missionary and not Many years thereafter by the settler. The daring Genius of the explore was that which was of most importance since Conception gigs first and the plodding of the practical Man will follow. In daring and in the territory explored. Vaca and Coronado have no rivals in the Western hemisphere except de Soto and later 1 Salle the Frenchman who was statesman As Well As explorer in the reach of his conceptions. The preparations for the Celebration have All been made buildings completed and replies to invitations indicate a Lai Gath. A a ering of distinguished Pitk it is. Senator it it Gan will deliver the opening address on the 2d of july. The 797 assisted Irish emigrants brought Over by the steamship Belgravia Are described As in a Large degree of the aged the infirm and women and children few being Able bodied and not More than 20 per cent Able to work. The government Gaye them �5 each Ait round of which �3 14s. Went to pay the passage leaving �1 Oil for a Start in America. England unselfishly sends them to the United states instead of or own Colony Canada. There is Noth mean about England. Another cargo is to eone in a few Days from Galway. These were taken on Board at Valencia Ireland. More the South than different parts of each differ from each other. Growth in morals and obedience to and a reject for Law Are processes which belong to communities. Standards vary in adjoining counties and in adjoining states and even in parts of counties. Tennessee and Texas differ As a a widely As Massachusetts and Colorado. Kentucky and Virginia differ As widely As Indiana and new Hampshire. Connecticut and new York differ As widely As Louisiana and Georgia. With some show of Justice it is alleged that there Are More appeals to Ai ius among the better classes in the South and that the shedding of blood is confined to the criminal classes in the North. Bat the great mass of Law abiding people and of the better classes Are As peaceful and feel As secure and Are As Seldom drawn into encounters in the South As in the North. Domestic tragedies divorces and infidelity Are less frequent there and examine the subject As one May it does not appear that there is any reason for a continuance of this reference of crime to sectional standards. Its discussion upon higher grounds would probably prove More beneficial to both. We suspect that each could learn something from the Virtues and faults of tiie other if this false View were cleared out of the Way. The following has a familiar and refreshing sound a a Leith Hoadly for governor however there is no need for a written declaration. He is the embodiment of opposition to everything that threatens interference with the free Trumie. Do As you please Poliey that has prevailed in Ohio for thirty the a free Beer and a go As you please sunday were expressions invented by the pious Gazette and applied to the commercial and other opponents of the Pond Law and the Smith sunday Law. The Commer Cial Ai swered by talk of Temperance Cranks a Purit anic Sabbath Bine Laws St Smith and other pet names. When the pious Gazette and the wicked commercial joined the wonder was How to reconcile these and which would get on top. For a Long time there was silent neutrality but at last the pious Side of the consolidated has broken the silence with a charge of the free Beer and go As Yon please sunday on Hoadly. Now let the other Side be heard from it is surprising How widely great doctors of the same school May differ. To Illas trate take the Washington interview with Butterworth. And Foster. Said butter Worth it is said that the germans win oppose a. I do not believe it the germans As a class Are an intelligent and a Reading people a id wherever Yon find men who read the newspapers Yon will find Man who ultimately reach about the right conclusion on any great subject of after looking upon that picture turn to this with governor Foster in the speakers chair a will the German vote go against Yon a a of Conne it will the German vote Isa despotism in this country. It would sacrifice everything for the Sake of its Glass of Beer. It has been an incubus on the Republican party in Ohio for years and we intend to shake it off now whatever the passage of a High License Law in Illinois is regarded there and elsewhere As a Temperance measure. It is yet a question How far this new Temperance method will be subjected to trial in the various states. The advocates of the new system insist that it will Lessen the number of places were liquor is sold at retail to be drunk on the premises while it will make these More respectable and place them under control of better men and Render them More easily amenable to lawful control. The adoption of the new method in several states and the advocacy of it in Othera show that it is to be an Issue. The subject will have to be studied and in some states at least sex Rienche of it will Haver to be the final test. The history of the Gin places in London May possibly throw some Light on the subject. The gilded Palace system has not worked so Well there As to beget belief that it will in any Way Advance Public morality. Taxation is sufficiently High but the relations Between taxation and morality have not been established or demonstrated. The United states government has cer to mainly Laid taxes sufficiently High upon the a production of liquors to have caused a. Great Temperance Reform if High taxes and Temperance went together. Whether because of the High tax or coincide entry with it production and consumption have enormously inc refused. Experiments in this direction can have seem but one effect to demonstrate that taxation can not have in itself and connection with morals. On its face there is something absurd about the very idea of a moral Standard of taxation. It will be found that a perversion of the taxing Power to Subserve some other end will Only have no effect if the Revenue Standard is not exceeded and two evil effects if it is exceeded that it will subs to tote for smaller houses the gilded Palace in few hands with Laie capital pore Essing great Power and in no Way Lessen the amount of Dmn Kenness while it will beget evasions illegal sales secret establishments an army of Revenue officials to grapple with new evils growing int of the new system and Able in no Way to diminish the old evils complained of. T intemperance is due to an appetite the Law Ren not reach. It is not to be supposed that the evils which grow out of its indulgence will be diminished by substituting one gilded Palace for a dozen smaller establishments. It is More Likely that to the ills complained of will be added those of evasions of Law. The Only True Way to Deal with the question is to limit the taxing Power strictly to the purpose of raising a Revenue and then to regulate the evils which Are the direct incident country continue for years without a a count being taken of changes Tod i prow ments going on. Account is re sadly Taksa of changes for the worse because these my Nso ally such As attract attention Bat improvement goes silently on unnoticed. In connection with the new Light the son has Tii rown on this subject u May be mentioned that an a Ngi ish Coia Pany has in formed with a Fiew to con it atm Ting a canal from the Bay of acre through the Plain of Esdras lbs using the Jordan and Lake Gene Sarell As feed enl t to rough the great Salt Lake and Down the the Gulf of Akaba the Eastern Arm of the red sea to secure for England a new ship canal which would Render by rns of More importance. The. Conception is probably chimerical. If England con it secure a canal by this rout to the Bead sea did extend to my Down the euphrates Ley to the persian Gulf it a uld be work something As a new Way to Liidia. As Thia is not feasible perhaps England could employ Eads to build a ship railway from the Bay of acre a to the Persia Gulf. Why should not Eads do this and Job at the Fame of de Lesseps we think h some of England a Money were asked. Would Szmid Ying it if he what a a grand old Partis it is Small a thing upsets it a cutt has been collector fourteen years and been elected mayor of Columbas which disqualifies him. Furay was War Corres Dent of the Cincinnati Gazette and has braved More a dangers to inform the country of it army a Fate than a Good Many shoulder strippers. Tie has Good Republican endorsements and necessary an appointment was was appointed. Bat Keifert a favorite a because and be shriek be was waa raised which frightened 4rthur, and he revoked the appointment. A 0. Q. Letter from to Limbus says that if the appoint ment of fray had been it own the convention would not have in Dorset Arthur. What a delicate situation for a grand old party yet Furay Only 4iffers from the 1 other Republican faction a a Arthur from Hayes and Garfield. A Toifl now dare not appoint any one. What a fearful party conceive any Ohio Republican squealing because John Sherman appointed a relative to is is a measure of the supremo in of tiie Republican Bonsai 1 Quot a i some end. The following agricultural editorial in an esteemed contemporary will carry Joy to the hearts of the Farmers of the retail traffic by whole Laws directed solely to that this will not Only be the Best Regn a r system but it is sound government policy to limit every Power in gof emment strictly to its own legitimate end. Society will surely fail in whatever it May undertake to do by indirection. It will surely 0 attain the Best practical and the Only prac system by going straight to its end by direct methods. As to Thia the prohibitionists Are in Cal although they Are Unwin and their Ptan. Impracticable. Whatever is practicable will be beat attained by direct methods. The acquittal of those a tar route martyrs Brady Dorsey a seems to Hava been the occasion of a general Debauch and from the Way some spin facial correspondents write it up one would infer that the had a Chance or two at Tbs punch. Tha up a government counsel did nut get any of it however. Yet these Worther gentlemen had no need to weep for Velaj Tina. They had received their Little fees or. Bliss $46,000 \ and messes. Merrick and filter their $30,000 t apiece and were in the eclosion of tha attorney general a office a when the news was brought them. Evil winded and so Niclous persons might suppose that they had a Little roman punch of their own and were taking in a quiet game of draw poker. A Devotion to a in truth Aud a Stem sense of duty cowp�1 re to Dipri this pretty Little delusion they Wera revising their Bills to see if i they had put in All the extras. It reducing the rate of the tobacco tax t does not Lessen the labor of watching collecting and accounting. The abolition of a a o the stamp tax a Matcher Bank checks and proprietary medicines makes but a trifling difference in the amount of the it labor in each cup eating District. The proposal to abolish thirty Revenue districts Ivy consolidation is a Plain recognition that the number of collectors has been unnecessarily Large for As much As fifteen years. The abolition of thirty districts now it of Esse that they were unnecessary daring All these years. of Bur skill but it history Jet the raising of revenues a party is necessarily weak which Taos comes be tween two theories of government and seeks to Combine Incompatibles that it May draw from both sides. It is it More Likely to lose Bot i ways. A in great Public cases involving social and political principles lawyers who Are Earnest men of convictions and champions of any cause usually Manije to be found anchored alongside their convictions. J Edge Foraker somehow managed to be attorney in two cases directly against the Law. We refer to this from a paid to any address in the United pates a a teem Ely Liberal rate Doii which a is or Canada upon receipt of 24 cents Stuht 3 cent Stamps add i Tio nid. The engraving will be furnished Only to ribs riders to the weekly news and to Charae is made for it further Man to Over Petise. Poi a reflect engraving can be obtained i made upon a not operative basis of thus advert ism extensively such an admirable Gerstem of reproducing works of Art. Engravings for five subscribers at one to Stoffle will be sent for one Dollar or mar ten subscribers for two Douala with an Botea engraving to tiie person sending in the club but the name and address of each subscriber to Tbs weekly news must he Given. Address All subscriptions for the paper with or without engraving to the Cincinnati weekly news. On standpoint which is certainly not that of belief that there was any Good in that Law for anybody. Bat there is something beyond this to which this May read. It is j Edge Foraker was filled with no Earnest championship of the a a coloured Man s cause or that which he sep poised to be his cause hut does the Reyuh Itcan party now Promise the Black Man ? does it hold out any special Good for him does its policy Promise him any Good As a citizen is not the coloured Man map numb interested in the Success of democratic principles As the White Man democracy is equal rights equal opportunities and then every Man for himself. La Pabli it Anim offers the Black Man no special Protection or privilege and what can be expect from a class system which has Only used the negro As a class for party purposes a our Washington letter of yesterday con to Intel matter to be reflected on by Ohio democrats. It is said that senatorial candidates Are proposing to secure the committee on resolutions with a View solely to their own personal ends it is certain that the timid politicians Are anxious to proposed Ost As Little As possible As if they were trying to avoid capture instead of proposing to assault the columns of the enemy. Our Washington letter recites the negative canvass made in 1876 and in 1880, when the Burden of the democratic Sofig was what the Republican party had done and not what the democratic a try proposed to do. It is a matter of political history that none of the affirmative planks in the democratic platform were discussed or played Opy part in the political contest except to the injury of the party when republicans bounced them and democrats a ii Dirom defense of their own plate general Crook has not Only exhibited himself As a daring and skillful Indian fighter Bat he has shown himself to be a humane Man whom not even the most Bloo thir amp to order Ever issued to and Farmer. Ican general could Lead Toa Natof cruelty. He would have been strictly within his orders if he had relieved the government of All farther embarrassment. The order gave him authority to Desy a the Hostiles. The employment of a number of apaches As scouts made it easy to execute the order without direct participation i. This is a bad time for keynotes. While the major part of the Republican platform is pending in the supreme court awaiting acquittal or sentence of death the political ear finds it hard to know precisely in what key a to pitch the canvass. True goodness discerns with the inner Eari hat even the Good Deacon was a bit Uncertain in his tones. After he had got through with the liquor question it was not quite Clear whether he had sounded the keynote of his party or that of the democratic party. He went close up to the Temperance fanatics when he bore Down heavily upon the idea of regulation Bat he also emphasized taxation in a Way not pleasing to. The Temperance agitators. It would. Have been easier to sound a Clear note if he had had before him a decision of the supreme court. He was especially positive in his assertion that All civilized governments a find it necessary to regulate the liquor traffic. This is common knowledge and the democratic party proposes Rula Tion and also taxation. He said that however desirable it might he prohibition was impracticable hat he was not sufficiently Clear As to Revenue to allow it to be affirmed with certainty whether he meant that the party wild stand on the Scott Law and the principle of the Scott Law with taxation for regulation or come to the democratic idea of taxation for Revenue and regulation if a a Chicago Speculator undertakes to Tell exact amount of the next Corn crop and yet the plants Are barely oat of the ground at Best and much replanting remains to be done. But Chicago speculators Are wonderful people. It May be Saidi however that the found talons Are Laid for a ipod crop and Kwh favourable weather daring the weeks that make toe Corn crop the Harvest will be a full the a foundations Are Laid for a Good crop a and yet a the plants a re barely out of the ground at Best and much replant ing remains to be done a although it is now the Middle of june and a cold Rainy spa Ali the Farmer who is not cheered by this should turn editor. What if after All Eads should confound a a a Delesseps France and great Britain and put the american policy and secret intentions of the thru a great european Powers to Bame by building a ship railway which will make All big ditches useless he would thus annul the Clayton Bui wer treaty the shameful Blunder or crime of one of those periods when miss Nancy ism got a momentary foothold daring Taylor a administration. He to Aid accomplish for the United states what under Republican administrations the United stat have refused to accomplish for themselves and what one Man has been retired for proposing to accomplish. Apart therefrom. If the supreme court should Knock the Scott Law out of the ring and its sole principle with it we Are led to believe that the Good Deacon would not hesitate to maintain that the Republican party has always maintained the principle of taxation for Revenue. The new York Tribune of All papers in this country the one that should know asks How the prohibitionists exp to to Advance the cause of Temperance by the a nomination of a ticket in Ohio. Precisely 9, the abolitionist ran minority tickets and endured defeat to convince the world that they were right and As the Tribune upheld them after 1852. Such is their heroic purpose and if their ideas were not impracticable and absurd such be the result. From their standpoint their policy is Wise. We regard it otherwise because we think their policy an absurd thebe is no a Tiona ism in crime. From politic id criminals Down there is a failure a Orts and juries courts or juries one or both fail to perform their offices and rogues Aud murderers go unit is time the whole county and every comm Toty in it were getting Down to the we rec of Reform. If society will not punish the individual will resolve himself into a Savage and execute Law of his own enactment after trial within his own brain with Means of his own choose ing. The machinery of Justito nowhere provides speedy impartial and sure Justice. There is failure in different degrees but there Isa crying need for Reform everywhere. Private execution and popular approval in oar most enlightened Amer ican communities Are worse signs on the surface than they Are in fact. They indicate a disgust for the fall Are of Justice which with Reform May be turned to Good account. Let the court and try sys terns be reformed until they answer the ends for which they exist and this done popular sentiment will be turned to support of Taw where Law is enforced and Justice is not a failure and a mockery. It is a failure everywhere North South Erat West. It is so in Pennsylvania it is so in Ohio although we believe in a less degree. It is 80 in All tie Cit ilk. It is so in Cincinnati $. A w where the Art of hanging is a lost Art. The jury system needs reforming. The Star route Case shows it. The Dukes Case shows it. The entire machinery of Justice needs reforming. This is the crying evil of the Day and the frequency of private vengeance following failure of Public Justice is the manifestation of it. The truth of history of the Garfield Dor sey matter and the Star re Ute prosecute Iii As Given at various times i in the news coi urns and Washington correspondence i the commercial Gazette and of the late Gazette is widely apart from the truth of history As Given editor Fly in the c. G. Of tuesday. The other was that Jame and Macveagh entrappe4 Garfield and neutralized him Andt so i the prosecution into their own hands which they managed in the sole purpose i to pay off Dorsey for advising Garfield against them and George Bliss that in this course they compromised with the great Star route contractors and kept a few of the Small Fry Only to make up a lot whom Dorsey was to be scooped in is dragnet on the change of conspiracy and that when of Thor came in the first Pira Elution was conducted without sincerity and that a thex was at last driven into a prosecution designed to convict ill la i Iii. A Ity. A a a a i the reassuring intelligence comes from the capital Liat the grand jury on saturday brought in another indictment again in Brady. There was apprehension that the $100 per diem and Board washing boots Porter drinks Hacks soda water ac., to Bliss and other special counsel was about to cease but this gives Assurance that this purification of the government is still to Goon. _ thera is but one Safe policy for the convention which meets next wednesday at Columbas. If those democrats who desire above All and its policies Success of any will take hold of things and alive the Man for any office affairs and devote themselves frankly and a sincerely to such positive declarations of policy upon pending issues As Are required by the state canvass the party will easily win the election. If the platform is to be used As a. Club with which to a the famous Barnett Helton fend in county by has come to an end. Nearly All the he tons came to an end some months ago and at it. Sterling yes ten Lay Barnett and five of his gang pleaded guilty and were sentenced to the Penitentiary for life. The cief witness against them was the widow of the murdered Hel ton and sister of Barnett. 7. A _. In what Way precisely have the Star route trials demonstrated the integrity of the ministration ? in cases of discovered and exposed Rasca Lity there is always a Good Deal of demonstration of that kind. The a credit Mobilizer exposure caused a demonstration. The exposures made by Dezen Dorf have also been the cause of demonstrations but there is a suspicion that they would never have been Beard of but for his Public exposition. Without disputing the disposition of the administration to be As honest As it can without Mak the grave suspicion is Rast on Foraker that the influence of governor Foster nominated him. It is gravely denied As if the favor of i m who a couple of years a go organized the state Campaign and the Republican Victory would now be fatal to the candidate. The a grand old party seems to be breaking up. It has just been thrown into a Pic by the appointment of Furay because he is Keifert a brother in Law and escaped dissolution Only by Arthurs withdrawal of the appointment. The g. O. P. Is frightened at its. Own Shadow like the fabled groundhog. Too much noise in. What maim. M. Blow at faithful and we remarked after hearing the Able key Imite speech of or. Richard Smith that he left it a Little doubtful whether be was up Bolding the a publican or the democratic View of the liquor duration. We did not regard this a the fault of the Good Deacon for hip it do trial oratory b singularly Clear and fell icons. It grew out of the inherent difficulty of dealing with the subject from a double barrelled Sandpoint. A now we find to amp a commercial Gazette declaring that in he keynote at judge Foraker a or. Richard Smith dwelt upon the fact that Canada has a protective Tariff which taxes imports from England precisely As it does Tarae from other countries. He wondered at Thi seeing that England furnishes can Toa with an army and that it b a British Colony but he asserted in the face of the urge immigration from Canada to the United states that this protective Tariff has made Canada prosperous. What becomes of the protectionist charge that British Gold is a nil dually engaged in pressing free Trade Idras upon the United states if England allows her own colonies to Tion the Case of irelnd protect shows that a i England does not scruple to have things her own Way in her possessions. Her colonel policies Are always directed to her own commercial interests and if free Trade in the United states would Confer strike a honorable democrats if it a b to be used to Advance personal interest if it is to be patched up so As to Dodge All pending and pertinent Tissnes offering democrats no reason for enthusiastic support and who Are hesitating no reason for a change of party affiliations the convention will go As far As possible Vigani Zilig defeat. The democratic party has reached a Point when it must win by its own positive Merit. It can no longer safely rely upon the de a. Merits of the opposition. What do you propose to do is a question w hich must be answered. Still the inquiry remains in answered has Arthur turned honest since Sherman Pat him oat of the custom House because of its corrupt admin traction of did the Republican state convention discredit and censure Sherman when it endorsed Arthurs presidency my it or hone Calls sentimental squeamishness the Star route trials seem to is Only to have shown the past Rasca Lity of the Republican party. The administration a snot Aba ii done a pro action in a Case where the guilt of the conspirators had been already thoroughly exhibited by the press so that the it my single doubt remaining was As to whether it could be also demonstrated in the Penny Post goes out of its Way to accuse judge Hoadly of being vice president of an infidel society. We do not claim a great degree of religious Faith for Many 0 Public men but As to the Penny posts charge of Hoadly. In Adelly to hav simply to say that he b a Freemason a charter member of Walnut Hills Lodge no. 483, knights Templar and an Active member of Cincinnati commander no. 3. No one can become a Mason unless Fie be the friends of j Edge Foraker Ere terribly outraged Over any reference to by opposition to the civil rights Law. It b no concern of ones the democratic party never favored the civil right Bill the courts have Proton Grad against it. The democratic party favors for the coloured race in America Edna rights As citizens. It does not favor special Laws or such As will distinguish the coloured Man from other citizens or perpetuate such debt unctions. Such Laws would be neither for he Good nor for the Good of society. It proposal that the Law shall not discriminate against him. It holds that previous can Ditico of servitude and his color shall not be used against him and them it leaves him to work out his own destiny As a citizen under equal Laws. Does the Republican party Promise More with his social status it has nothing to to and the Republican party pro Masai him nothing in this behalf As he will observe. We have Only the to say As tothe state Mcnab of or. Foraker is friends with regard to the civil rights Law that As a cd Lupion he was singularly unlucky in getting himself twice employed in opposition to the Law which the coloured people regarded As containing Promise of bless it is Seldom or never that the of go Aalst Foster b Man. The Republican party of Ohio exits for him and the influence of the administration in Ohio is at he disposal a Man who run a state convention defeat Shermi and the people who j wanted Sherman nominate a candidate for govenor against Noyes Butterworth Aud All the rest of Tiki senatorial aspirants 1 accomplished great Deal. When Hel can also put off to Washington and defeat Keifer and Indue the administration to hold up an Objet Tio Nabl. Appointment the pm indeed Green. Where was the use of a convention the i Foster could Frame the platform nominate i the ticket and rout a he enemy eat where is the use for Osiier houses when to v j can arrange All Federal appointments to suit himself and do arrange tiie plops of the sex speaker even after a appointee of was secured i sir ? w with deep regret that secretaries of Tho rep Biliran National c4mmittote have left no records to perpetuate the glorious political management of the party Doraey informs the set chary it who succeeds Lite that he has followed be example of Ida Pride stors and Lefly no Travoss of Whei he has been. While \ he pathetically la Mente the neglect of a is predecessor a he own action in follow a no their example distinctly says Happy is tiie party which has no annals. I i the killing of Dukes was an whisk ,. A a contained All the Eleto Ento of Morder in the first degree. It was wilful deliberate premeditated and of malice the Penally in such oases b death but it but tolerably Clear that the immediate agent will not suffer and Wiby not go to the Root of the matter and Hing the jury that acquitted Dukes Sueh conclusion worm satisfy All the ends of Justice and pro Vida for Nutt a vicarious punishment. Accordance with the forms and technical lives in god and no one can become a mrs. Champion of a great moral Reform b found any More in the Conr those than on the stump in a hostile attitude to that which he b ardently for. The shooting of Dukes by the son of the Man whom he killed was the direct consequence of. The failure of Justice in the form of Law in that Case. Had the jury done its duty the homicide would not 4 have been committed. The sin of it rests on that ties of Law so As to bring the guilty to punishment the admin traction b entitled to credit for the negative virtue of not abandoning its Plain duty. Knight Templar unless he b a Christian. Bring on another change i now that Dorsey boy i it Een whitewashed 1 it will a in order to restore him to to ply a he filled a Toca a fury in 1880. He was deposed Vhana there was a fear to Ltha re Cretty of 180 might a convicted an a the grand old party put vicariously a Jau. The party b not in a a cation to uhf it such Abili Tite of Dorsey Post essay far doing those things it requires of its agent. A it the Dayton journal says a the democrats done to know How to use political they know How not to abuse it. If they had not known they would have Learned from Twenty Yearey observation. Teebi be. Dorsey says that when he Bec Ime Secre a tary of the Republican committee he had k fanciful notion that there was a record of the glorious deeds done in the dark by the various committees of which the Secretary was the proper custodian. He found that advantages upon England so it would in a a Bonfire of forge Toul new a had been built Banda. The Good Deacon seems to have b nothing in the Constitution to f thrown away the Brit ii Gold argument. In the Star route trial re Deu entered a a Tea of a guilty a but the intelligent jury could not conceive Why a thief should confess his thefts when he had the jury on he Side and declared him a not a my the Republican party having determined to reach morality and virtue by taxation after each canvass to eat up a what we Hill a right to assume to a of the evidence of vice for Revenue Only. The discussion of the connection of or. Foraker with the civil rights cases May suffice to turn the attention of coloured citizens of Ohio to the present. The Republican party is fond of feeding them with. The husks of what it has. Done. The moment that a party begins to Appeal to any class with what it has done it has nothing More to propose. The Republican Libarty has nothing to other and it appeals to the sentiment of gratitude. There is no place in Politimi for gratitude. The whole science and practice of politics b built upon a a Lively expectation of favors to the question is what will Yon do tomorrow ? not. What we As done yesterday ? the party has Nom Fri Ted a candidate upon whom we make no Point in this connection except that he was not in sympathy with the coloured race As to that senator Sherman interviewed by the Philadelphia press says the liquor question will be gotten out of the Way Early in the Ohio Campaign and they will go heavily on the protective Tariff. With the Scott Law and two liquor amendments up the feasibility of disposing of the liquor question Early is not apparent. As to the protective Tariff the republicans put it to the front in the election last fall and tried to run the Campaign on it Bat the people did not Rise to it. Mis Sanniec. Chain Reading n. Y., has bin in a trance for eleven Days without speech or nourishment an electric Battery and All other attempts having failed to revive her. She was in excellent health if a the new York Sun of tuesday contained a letter on the subject of hebrew settlement in Lestine which disposed of Scane prevailing impressions. It was written by a resident who b evidently Well acquainted with the Nin try. Of the belief that the country b arid Barren and unproductive he says that travellers derive this impression from the highways which run Over the worst of the country. The great Plain of is Draylon which was Twenty years ago reported by or Thompson in he a the land and the Book a As Given Oref to Dreo lation and wandering bedouins the writer says b now As highly cultivated and productive As any tract on Earth. He says that Large numbers of hebrews Are engaged in agriculture in that country contrary to the general impression that they will not engage in that business. Engin and spirits just before taken. If a recipe a 1 Cera Are now surveying a railway line from could be found for throwing we Oroen into the Bay of acre Tito Ough the Plains of is dra Loik Tho Sun has thus furnished an such suspended animation Tobe revived at will the discoverer would have a Fortune which 11 thought necessary to its Advance in he bands. Other proof that impressed inns once fixed with regard to the Conj icon of a Distant Anebo was found hanging theol or Day in Texas and was minus his head and lower limbs a but As recognized As Joa Anderson a notorious thiets no doubt he had a wart on him somewhere by Wahidi he could be recon red but How was a bunged the Dorsey House old embraced one of the Star route Jnora As one of twelve hoi ret men. But there were two for Ltd it Nile Tion. So there were Only eight or on two honest men until the two repeated or a a. It. the eight failed to repent. I chief Justice Waite says a i hav no opinions in politics. In my Situ Atto that subject b oat it of the the Republican party Ohio offers a Premium for opinions in politics upon the Bench. A it Cost the Gore raiment about a half Mil i lion dollars to acquit the Star Craite gob Spiratos but it Bay be Riih Poat Iii Ai Faias 4ifahfe�bnlry Wutti Ite i managed Imler in the future. / j j. Of a a i a a a a a �7 a

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