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COUNTY, OHIO, AUGUST 25, 1869.
i NUMBEli 11.
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t)EAlN AND OIVNAMllNTAL
J. naaterar, Ugton, Ohio, boom
! 1 I
fKXTOGISTj Eaat'Ttisarawaa St.,
i L Cwtoa;otxlo.-
1 R WIIXIAH9 Ji CO
i ,TYtlX?GaiSTSi l,IIAi:MACEU
' X XUTa, JMd ,tlneaA . Dealers in
Stun eints, Oil, Patent Medlninee,
-' Dve-at6.na, J.i'ftt dpor wt of Poet-
turns prepared at all hour, day or night.
J ; . 4$SAI.0JI XITT,'
"1 f EHCHANT TAILOR, md Dei
M1. er In Clotna, Caaatmeree, Veatinge,
BAadyadeClothlag', Ac Opera block
CwttoewOhlOf . j... . .. Janl
" '' i McQBEOOa A&ON, Puhliah
JV ere. ot Piaha' KanyJob Print.
t , era. Empire Blork, Canton. Ohio.
a bi avoaaptiy Attended. .-.Bindery in
UartrM BtetH, fap-vtaira.) - I
! - "T. B:.ltcCSA; & CO.,
TURNITUBB' DEALERS AND
lNDEBTAXJBRS, JEaat Tuacara
,,-fru'iirwt. ...OTf i
.. . . f&IXCS & HAAS,
lwnd mU, ktndvof CoHtna nlwaya en
tw Meereea -miwuyw iu iwun
Eaat Tnaaarawaa atxeeC ; I
I . Uc-aatttaJJon gljrea ,1 eopyioK an
Albania cootantlT ea band. Kooma Jn
AJBthewa'a khr8olh Market atreeb
JnneU'Ootf ' . , '
; J: Hi 8U5BALL, " f
TVETiaT-beiOe UarUr- BAnle
M Block Maptjilrm.). All operatlooa tn
Meuhanlcal ' ienuaLry; Barbirmad in the
WwVlateat and moat approved, manper. He
waaldnlljuMcUl attention to hia Gold
iu (Ae wurui di iu
.Jatl. .WaxL he
rtUROKON JENTIST--Offlce (upr
at.vlr) above DeuhUal Bro.'e'Jewelrrj
8 tM."lUoeeratloaa eaoneotJ
0- the proreaaion promptly a tended to. '
G20..;HAETEi et JEOTHEi,
TA'I?KJ:'ISEa3t Tq3Cflrwaa 8L
... f) "Eolv ppolta,Load Mopey. bay
IQoid.SiiyarlBonda- and C6mpound.In.
terWSbtee. .'. FTcltaaga.PoUght Sold.
i r .si
i..- A. TTffll'JT.V AT .
2. Uat, hoiTOlfloe. In Cvamh'"
nellMakreaev1ntMaiaai aa hia oare.
OAJulyT'SOtf." '"!. '' 'J '
COtTTTORNEY AT LAW. OP
'uVo'rYth- -,ir.' 81ddillr Bnk Block,
'Mpataira. - ;
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rIOMI W. ATT. iD.r.eOHKIIDEB.
in Hartera Block,np,atairaCanton;
Ohio.; t . : t i airflP.1
L. tjbiuu;. . . , , .r.K,TKo
A TTOttXEYS AT- J-AWAktiMi,
Ohio. . lU jau'i o
A JJTORNEY AT.liAW, &nd Gen
. r rl coliactUiir AfeBbU CXrthftB. Ju
t. A JTORNKY "i
J. PubUc. and M
AT LAW, ' Notary
Hilary Claim Agents
- .Jticf -
ATTORUEYa " ATk iAW.rOfflce
ha Opara-Uimaa Bloek.-
GEO. S. BALD WIS, '
ATTORNAY' AT- LAW-fOflice la'
Ett&I Block" (npstslra.) :t
ATTORNEY AT tAW, and Gted-,
eral Colleotton.' Axent. Alllaooe, O.
Buthieas entrusted to his oara -will re
ceive prompt attention. " aatf ,
vast 'ooMier of Publte tJcitiars. lie
will attain! to drawlntf deeds; mortgage
powers of attonset Itr aUtfiUou toi
the English, he.also speaks the 'eroiu
and -French- ran:nses.'-'' He wftl' also
proOTre,s!W,jnrfsoll'1i'i,hing uritn. to Eurotje. ' , !$l-l
7 OUNTYTJrlVEYOR-Omce In
. J the County. Recorder's office .ln.lbe
WlkMal- Building., where he can -be
found when Inths olty r1f not. any bn.
sineaeArsnted can be left with -Jacob
Kepllsfsrr Eqr, County Keoordsr, whc
will riv'dhs notice to me.
Tba law authorises the ConrityPnrseyx
or ta'tvke'the hcknowreg-oTwht of any
write "Sna "acknowledge' Agreements,
Vortgagea, Deeds. Ac., k&, at fair priest
and upea ths shortest notioo. ; " : - -CaatoaJan.'
-nRAGTICAL 1 WATCHfif AKER
A -and Jeweler, and Dealer la Watobee.
Clocks." JwelrV' and" Bnvettrsrs. 'Re
palrintr B(trr doue-pn short notice.
No. S tagle. Block. feb3'6Utf
" DIWLS BJtOTHEX,
J jClooserf Jewelry,. Siiverwar.rdtc
a( aids oPabMa JiqUare. j. Bapairing
done on abort notion, . . . .
"TVEALEft IrT- AMERICAN AND
j r orelrn' -Wsletiee, tfloekSv Wtlver
ware and Fancy Ouoda Northwest eon
nor or PnblioStasvev Bepatriflf neatly.
iiinuiimuiij-iau aaaaiaoMVtry oona.
, u - iaVV"M,' NSjewsyKfc , Amtm
and bltia niaMMtav T1 :ianiymi
T OUIS OHLIGEB; aoPMKTf)B
BY ANIEIil SOUItBBC5K-f At
alsrsys la read ut a arri vaU ol ara.
tBALEn X; J:? I1STATE.
A-' ' ' v .-
For sale, rSht-wroxohange lor city or
Of every variety, price and location, for
ale cheap. . Meatbly payments reoelv
ad, and four year tline given.
noT26lf. . .-
TPtlYSflClAN AND BURGEON
JL Offlee and Reeldence on Weat Taa-
earawaa Street, next door to Lutheran
Onnrcn. . AM cnrmble aate tnd ehronio
dieeaaee treated. , Prompt attention to
proleaetonet ealla. Juceiayl
4 3. C.SAlTLETT, m.ix,
P"HY8ICIAN' AN D "BURGEON
O IB oe corner of at Tnacarawaa
v -WiNit etreeta, - (W Intel halter' a
corner) Canton, Ohio. oiay6'ti9t&
irsr MUXINERY 4
Fancy Oooda. Mo. t Opera Hone
Block. Oanln, Otilow .. . Jj21U
i The Fall term of thirteen weeks beglaa
, The .Winter term of fifteen weeks be
r)n Hot.' 18, Itd8. . .'
'The Spring term of thirteen wV be-
glna Mara I; 0. . . , , ' . i i
' "t? irir r.TY.
THE FACULTY IS COMPOSED
of Professors and 'Assistant Teach
er ten In number. These are expert.
oW . tnslruotoca, )n their .ever fde
partsab. tnstruottoU wHl e thorcugh
and aooording to the best methods.
COLLEGE AND1 BOARDING HALL.
h Th 'CtollVKb bnlidlUK fa "one'oT1be
not uaftaaiM ocnrpieteiyiaaisbjwf la
Mut Htata.. It4ias evemreaalaitoc apell-
rtoe'tbf niUtflftn)W tfifd eJLDerlmanl tu
tu tAtpa; OhartMv'.ModaiWabd 'ppara-
ged'for vousKladles, sad will be under
fnVuirteof theXady Prlarslpar. " I
X'iJ r.4 Witt ft. --ii'. -i
I -.. 5- i;.n.t., j :
Tb.s la aa extensive and thoroagh as
In the very best of Western College, i
. t -riirti.r.i7
Will be-gireu'durlof the1 Fall term:
Will be taught by a skillful and ex per-
1,nTftrrrrT , (
Will alao be under
I f i i i i
An experienced Penman and Acconnti
aut will have, satMrvistMi;4vrrth' Ihf
iruuipuib Ntla a(;partttulnt. ' Mill
I) feend tll I Voider. tiCotiU
o sviiciiuja fur a, (jnaipgue
"V r A. R.1 BENTON. Prea't.' I
? 1 1
la vrl tn th f XlK31k;B.L Y li
Mrr pe1 htoa -tjargsr'Wer Wotl
? -Iltar- .r it-Wit .!.V.J
PI VV ROOTS -
rn m Y
' ve IV arkrriada to order rasusuaf ,'
and warranted, i v ' :;
iyDon't forget the place in
BowenVBdtluing.' i -
JACOB, JMJLLER, ,
lATl TSX- tilt.
JLOTS FOR rSALE ! :,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS A
tew more ot those Cheap and Deslr.
able Building: Lota Cos sale in his addis
tion In the northern part of the city,
which ho will sell very low, on terms to
suit purchasers.' 'Remember, these are
acre lots lees the'streeta and alleys.- Call
and aee.thera before yon buy. For par
ticulars, call on the subscriber, either at
at the Auditor's offlou at hia residence
on Worth Market street, ,
rTTE UNDEKSIGNED IS jREAr
I J- DY to sell on eood terms upwarea of
60 City Lola o Walnut, Caerry, i-opiar
Market and otberstieets jn the northern
parVof the city of canton, beattttfully
located for private residences and dwell
, LOIH3 8CHAEFXR, f (
Guests pst&rlb Moie4 Ml faff a&lona;
able Itjia, June 16 'tsy-tf.
HAS HCMOVKD BIS
WEDNE8DY:::tnt:: AUGUST 25-i
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
GEO. H. PEJjbLETON.
rr. a. CWDl'RVf ilereer.
Jfmelgry prAavc CisMU-c, 1
WM. J. GILMOKE, bf Trebled
STEPH. UTJHRER, of Cuyahoga.
Attorney GeaverstL -
J.-L CONNELL; of Fairfield.
Meatber lloa bU'c' Works,
F. CHURCHILL." of Butler.
Stark County Democratic Ticket.
Por Htat Ku(r, (
HUG II BLEAKLEY, ; '
Of AlHance, -
Far General Asaeambly;'
JOSEPH THOMPSON, :
' - Of Masslllon ; '
OrParis. 1 "
- -' For Prebate Judr,
- Of Alliance. .
-. For- Kbwrfff;
R. A. DUNBAR,
Fer Ttsaisrer, J
r , - Of Plain. s , ;
VM. A. LYNCH,
Of Canton. j
. - Co iwlsalssnn j
;v ; rJ0HK( BRYAN. '. . ; '
For. Coaroater, j
'ADAM MAMlfERgMITH, ' j
' For JaUIraoavryi Director, J
GEORGE: FESSLER, '
. Of Canton. .
.' Lasd A.prsvlaerlai Catsttesi, !
X. G. MILLI ARD.
Laad Appralter-ia Cavmten Tav
JACOB HERRICK. '
Stark County Democratic Ticket. FOR LAND APPRAISERS.
.The Land Appraisers nominated" at. the
late Tawcratic: Primary Hates ting Sox 0 tark
County ata Us follow;
Paris. DsvidttackWashitigtbn. 7 B
Knoll ; LexlagtoaV 1 A3TJHtary f Marl
boro, Martin Replogle ; .Trnmliillen, S
Landon ; - Plain, -Peter 7 bclikk ; .Baady,
James 3oydf. Be Uilebem, AW Uoshprn;
uaoioq uuyr J u jiiiam 4 . tnioa
Jacob feherricle iQaaaWirgh, Bamilel" 'Sny
der; LakeB-S Gelb; Jackson, Samuel
Bwagherj Perryvl'ettmipf ToscaraVasi
JoaapbObexlto? iaa-reace, P ATritt
Democratic Central Committee for Stark
county' for the ensuing year : ' "!
T I . XT - 1 1. T 4 . CC i
ingtonvMAthew iarly r Blarlboro, A I
U t)jbersoa;:.Nunlihillen, - Wm Shafferj
sin, --lvl alcKinney;. -!Sandy,J'V-;
Kaottst- Bethtehem, P B Welsh ; "Canton:
W A. Lynch: Osnabarch. J JQ. Miller!
', Tajce,' B Ebr ; Jackson, . Jbha, Hammer
.Terry, J, a utep; Tuscarawas,' Wm-Ober
lin; ijawrence, uXLaicuue.
OTl DeleaUs caosea for the Beaatorial
Convention from 6 tark county are ; I
.' larla. B O RUevi " WaahlnoTon.- U II
Wallace; Lexington, J J Cranej. JkaiahU.
len, L Pence; Plain, Peter Pieraon; SandyJ
Jtmas noyds Bilhlisiam, A Plant; Cfcirtpnj
Daniel Bavler and R A Dunbar; OsnaburirhJ
J D Miller ;.Lka, Frank; W Balrd ; JackJ
son, iiam Beatty ; Perry. J P Barrick and
John Warwick ; Tuscarawas 1, liarn-j
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT [...] A [...]
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT [...] A [...] [...] HE VOTES
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT [...] A [...] [...] HE VOTES THE RADICAL TICKET.
-Ja!!tder r that pout ua4tj
ment to the Constitution lswe give
Jt JSeloW: .1 ' i . .-I . u
Article XV. J. The right of the
citizens of the United States "to vote
and hold office shall not be -denied
or abridged by the United States, er
COLOR of . previous,, coadUiotr of
a. The Congress shall have power
to enforce this article-by appropriate
The Alliance Monitor will change
hands thee- first of .next month.
We-nmderstand that the stabltsn-
ment has been purchased by a geu-
tiernan 'of Beaver, Pa. f who-proposes
to continue the publication of 'the
paper, but Mill feddce 1$ -somewhat
In size. We regret to part company
with Mr. Garrison, who has made
the JIonitor,. an, excellent, .family
The Farmer and the Tariff.
The TaiBUJio's political 'aoondmlat
hss taken at lat to-praviag ikat ihhg h
orotective "dullea" on anannlaptu.ro are
tne Dtiat eneouragejuent to .agriculture.
WO expect to see next a Tigoro-J at
tempt to demonstrate that the prosperi
ty ot the poor man is best" promoted by
alBh. Mkiea-ios evervthln Abab he w.
auevand.. that, it, hi". Ootbi.
iron, aad other uecewwy: alaplea, wera
reduced tmny to loriy per cent, in coai,
b would be inlaed. .Nobodyj oertatoty.
does business upon the principle that
the hither he pays for an article, the
better hels ott: yet thla is, .virtually,
the ground asaumed by the protecuoo:
lat pnuosopner oi tne tmbuhx on De
half of the.'-Amerlcan i agriculturlat.
The Farmer and the Tariff. —CIN. COMMERCIAL (REPUBLICAN.)
PENDLETON AND VICTORY.
Ratification Meeting at Hamilton
Ratification Meeting at Hamilton —100 Music and
. . . ..
Hamixtos.- OuA SVSt" 11. J369.1
Ths Democracy ot old -Butler are- re
Jolclntr glorloosiy over the nomlnatlo'n
Of Hon. Georgw U. Pendleton. One hun-
4od- rana, and mnaicand hurrahs. av
Ory-where. Democrats meet eacb other
wttn smueo orpleaaur, aad mUsnaaw
court house in the best Of Jpor,jto.baar
and ratify 4ba, man, whoia tbea 11 felt
must noMs'SBalKaotHso-defeatiOd. Dr.
BratonJ.of-Itebanon, made a thrilling
and soul stirring- specnbuJotrfalsromr
Standard bearer, which brought nom.
iuu a,rmuiBu mmuLcud cueer-aiier
Sheer. He also gavvOJqlpnal Campbell,
Our candidate for ' Senator,' a verv eon.
arstulatnry Torn nTlmsnt. and- passed to
0 review of the general anestionsthat
Sre toM dnscoflwf U
T -.a a t- 1 I ... - r
"n T . f ""f - .rjjf" a.".r,
bonds, tax, and Negro Bureau, each re
eeiyed such a maaterly'g-olna; over, that
avarv one -rasanarsaea-.wLUi tne. taaa-
iataiaisioquenowier xhk gUiaa.
i I ahall endeavor to aend vou a reDort
of theaddrpea,by analU, . ;., . i:i
, Th'O skies are Bright, and you may
expect a good Report froaa old .Butler on
tho second Tuesday bf October next. .,
[From the Upper Sandusky (Ohio) Union]
[From the Upper Sandusky (Ohio) Union] An Outrage Upon a Worth Citizem
[From the Upper Sandusky (Ohio) Union] An Outrage Upon a Worth Citizem —He is Arrested and Taken
On Friday evening: of last week, a
Deputy United Stalca M&rahal ar
rived In our villagre armed, with a
warrant from the UnitedStatea Com
tniasioner, Mr. B. White, for tha ar
rest of II A. Branner, Esq.; one of
our well "known druggnata,, for-what
(hey termed violation 01 the revenue
laws of the United States.
, It appears that at the last -aessidn
of that beautiful and delectable Insti
tution commonly called Congress!
it passed what they called a law.
Which, among other things, requires
every person selling tobacco to have
it stamped at the rate of thirty-two
cents to the pound, under a penalty
of $1,000 and six months Imprison,
ment, which was to take effect in
February of this year, and although
it was printed with the laws of Con
gress, never has been distributed nor
circulated) a cnon est the- bosiAesa men
XvU TJ, thai ddtiAAaniAnt
ever taken any pains to inform the
business men o iU existence, and
hence many of our best posted and
most thriving-merchants" and grocery
mendid not understand- the provis
ions 01 ine taw.
By some means, howaver. the
Commissioner, clerk and deputies
in the United States Marshal's office
did find out that., there was such a
law in existence,' and in order to
make some money, for themselves.
procured thdjBervic49 of vnti SNr
own nurruMrt wncrnw rost a teg; anci
prelendedtv haveybeen a soldier, and
nt Afc? vi6ra& into every county in
the Northerh District of the State, un
der the guise ot a book-peddler, for
the purpose of entrapping the unwa
ry merchants into a violation of the
law, and then to turn inlormer and
Drocu re -their arrest.
They found one E. Gl Lewis, whoseN
name will nareaner be a synonym
for infamy, base enough for their vile
purpose. . He traveled through all
the counties of the district under the
pretence of selling a book, and visited
alb taa business ftbussl that' sold j ci
garsr tobacco; perfumery, 'sardines.
and such artistes as-were required to
be Btainpedj and Khaftui ftaAd
anything of - that "kind unstamped,
insisted upon .baying one package.
and if the person from, whom Jie
bought happened to be-a Democrat.
he went before this man White .-and :
made oaf h against him for violating
tne revenue laws, caosea jura to De
arrested and taked to- Cleveland . be
fore the ;xaan who ijted the, war
Upon- the road to Cleveland, -how
ever,' the Marshal, who made the ar-
reat. was verv ready toaueeest. that
there had been a eood many, arrests
of this kind for similar offenses, and
that all of the victuna. had got off up
on, payment of costs," Ac Well.the
jaarsnai arrives, ai ueveiana :witn
his vtctim,i and very-' pompously
shows him Into the Office of this man
White, U. S. Commissioner,- wnere
he finds three or four; other victims
awaiting their turns to be relieved. of
wnat 8pare.moneyrt nty nave. There
he is also confronted by a U. S. dis
trict Attorney,, who imakea a, great
many inquiries :as to the bt ot;Uw
transaction, aad pretends to be great-i
ly in earnest in seeing that the
revenue laws ;are strictly enforced j
But in this case he la satisfied that
the victim did dot intend to defraud
the Government, and proposes that
if he will pay the costs and a Bmail
fee (gay $5 or $10) to the. informer he
will dismiss the case. And what else
can the unfortunate victim do -but
T iuZ o I V r i r. v.
nretended crime.the penalty of which
in case of -conviction, -rs $1,000 and
six montnsr in prison, rne lnrormee
is one ox coawueniai, uu is en
titled to. hftlfthe tine. ' The Assietaatl
District Attorney, who is also a sou
of the U. SJTudge, Is the prosecutor
and there may have been an.,unln-i
tentlonal technuxu. violation Of tha
lawv and : "with thla comhlnalion,'
against a xnan. he .miht. laa, well
come down with the stamps: first jts
last.::Tkey can da with him just as.
they please. : ' . I
bo Air. urunner, seeing tne uiiera-.
ma, chose, as he 'supposed: between
the two evils,, and paid all Ihey de-
.tnanded of him : and, reader, -what
do you supposethe cost hia maaeot
by this delectable. party was , i ( this
baser .Remember, Ml iBrunnet bad
.Bold ont ten, cent .package- of -tobacco
that he-had bad la -his store tfaree
years, and that had already paid one
revenue, tax.- without-stamping it
with a two cent stamp. .Well they:
onlv charged him the small sum of I
But you wm exclaim
name .could they ev
now in uoa s
name .could they ever maite out
such a cost bill as that t . Here it is :
Commissioner's fees Issuing war- :
- rant.c .' ......114 93
Marshal's fees Serving warrant. . 2 00
" . Travel ........... 6 .00
' . Mileage 10 60
' Miaisefqr prisoner 10 50
" Guard for prisoner J.0 50
, -'ft. Attaa4oc4affi5e
Pimp, Spy, or Informer 5 00
T6tai t ..$6C '95
After charging $27. 30 for mileage,
then $10 50 for guarcL..vAr there
teas none, ana to Oii lor attennnig
court, when there was: no -examina
tion, they still added lnsalt to injury
by charging and -taking $3. -lor the
son of. a ; gun that liad ten the
means of his arrest. v Bwtntliey went
f urtherandr stated, that " they had
sent this plmp'or Spy tra purpose, and
that they aght to make an.eXamale
of about one man in each county ana
fine and imprison him to. the -fnlf
ex tent of-the. law. ...
iThls is one of the" beauties ' bl our
revenue system.- A How- long great
God! how long will the people, anbt
mit to such damning acta of tyranny
and oppression f.;I think it is time
that we were crying out, - Are we a
rK 1-vA'n.an' nr -TtTa.tf nnn nt
, "1 'r.."?!" rJtl 3ril! ""r.J
; "? -P,
that vou wilt be frees and y thah thU
system that breed spies' and inform
ers ana -espionage fsbailr be.- forevpij
winad from' the statute -books. -'and
that the foul .vermin tnat are, pcoiti.
totting IbjetifQces of tne Govenrmetit
lot the oppression x4 IU citizen and
the enri t-hina of themselves-. -shall be
roreverJanisnea from the .sight, of
honest men. Who ever heard of any
one beingr arrested under a Demo
cratic adjnlnlstration ? : : r :
One man from Williams countyiO.
was arrested and taken to Cleveland,
on the same .day Jbat Mr. B.. was
a -cost bill; bCitnO i charged him Tor
having sold cigars out of a box. that
dldjaotjhava the (roper etwp PPon
Ohl what acrirae! , . . :; Ji
We are nauseated with-the BickenH
ing spectacle of4aeelng, pxrrr Goverta"
ment proetituteoto aucniba-e pc
i Nkabit ten years ago tho ,tfew 'Tori?
Obskrvks aaid,,-if the JjAinn, la sarpd,
it will 1r ltd tVnH "V r"
Bsprinta the prophecy,- and sees in it, in
that iluhiof &m aabahjdltho thlz-idebtj
anio,rfV8hl.)Bavoi the AlalocT, ,-wao,
I outside;" d aJaiaatlo-las-rtum .cslalina
wait-Uay antiia rowoitrnno is ad oppsoaelvo
burdens-oa j kayooatMiettxpoaled ronool
luauoa rox.- tJtateaaiaBeaeraoii oisooca-
,nt , , ,rhtI, rent -.with
d vlt foudaiand daenaWI- wttfc !rsesl
bloodV Jsi' haJii,'.sameiiioondiaiiiiUaloD
Which, ten yeaxaasro snug Indeed.' Jaave
been aatodl by. :t 'tautual concession and
[From the Detroit Free Press.]
[From the Detroit Free Press.] History of a One Legged Soldier.
AS TOLD BY A HAND-ORGAN.
' Tinlc-.lirdc-Hnkl ' X
I', "Say, Paddy dear, aid did you hear,
i . Jiv ,.
Much obliged for the. pennles-Mt'3
a hot day, and pennies aye scarce.'
Have I a history? Of coarse I have.
A nand-organ that has been carried
about from place -to place .since '66,
has seen kad felt enough, ta fill a vol
ume. If you ain't alrald to sit down
here ontbecurs) stoneibeaide the poor
one-legged soldier that does nothing
but, turn my crank. all day, some
times sighing when he sees men look -at
me and sneer, I'll tell you a histo
ry, for I've come to be a part of the
soldier, and he often tells ma that he
should come nearer .starvation if. It
weren't for the tunes I play. The
sun blistered the cornish. around my
corners, and burned the' face -and
hands of the old veteran I But beg
gars cant be choosers, and Ned some
times tells pie that the organ, business
is but a higher step to beggary.
The first thing I jreroember-was be-;
ing In- a big room in-New Ydrfc; piled
atop of other organs until I almost
touched the floor above I guess there"
most have been a thousand of US' , in
that one room. It was only qnce la
a long time that the door of the rocunJ
was opened ; pnce.Ia at while a surly
looking: Italian would .come In, and"
try one of my-companions utnd -perhaps
buy one;' bu 1 often heard my
builder complain -of dull times, and
wish he had us off hia hands. I very1
well remember when the. war broke:
out; men who: came, in would talk
about it, and once I heard a "copper
head" tell my owner, who was a
truly loyal man, that he needn't wor
ry about the loss of stock- that the
hand-organ business would bemigh ty
brisk after the war. I heard my own
er threaten him with arrest.and boast
that hi party were going to reward
the soldiers lor their patriotism . '
T'ramp, tramp, tramp,
"Ihe boys are marching"
'; That wa&a splendid tune once, hut
after the bos got to train pLag around
hand-wrgans On their i backs. 'it
did not draw ; all .-One-.nonung
after l had heard that peace do
claredmy owfler are-in,vaad ihe
looked oJollynd nibbed iia hand
so often that -we'-woadered what
good news had come to -him. He
coin me need taken xis down, -one after
another, until he had a hundred Bit
ting on the floor; and. then he gave
direction to have us boxed. u and
westt When I j saw-daylight
again, Ned, here, stood' waiting
to. hear -xo: play. die looked -pale
and wan, and i wondered if loeLntf a
leg Bmda.peopte. iook : that way six
yeara afterward -iA.fter:he had givan
me a lone trial, and. tried in vain to
lower ; my -price, he finally; signed
over his pension papers and took me
away on hia back, i Hoaatdown :by
the road side 'torest&ner i awniie,
and he told tne something of his his
torv. IJe waa one of tbo first to en
list : be believed in the Union .right
through. v Meo"ahookv hi band ; fair
ladies smiled n.' him, and 1 ne 'was
promised se osanyaaces iwhen he
Bhonld return Uiat he ofiea.-U8wl 4o
think, while- tying Ha his tattered
he could decline a few of them and
not hurt Ihe feelings of his Jtepubli-
aa arteada. - . '-j
."?Then hurrah for the soldier so true i
" ' "Hurrah for the' red,white" aad.hlue. " j
. There aint so uracil bmrrahlngf as
the was once, but pefhaps j-the- sight
of the ertppiesjaiia Bana-orgaas dotrc
braed:enttuisIasBtLr Whetr Ned carae
home wounded every body upraised
his. devotion: to I the flaar.oantt.Ttou
ought to have seen the resolutions of
banks to aim. wnicn, tne next xte-i
nubllcan causus passed. a Ned was
poor,' and when, he gob about againj
wttn nis Dest arm eone.- nra .uouara
he could do with onaleg, Jaad so nat
"hey were m aking -op-their Moai&a
tions, aad, unfortunately, thereiwere
jnrt-eaough; menv wnoinao nerweauy
remainea at nome to aeep-tae - cop.
per tj eaus ' ir o m re vol tin g , xo n it ev
ery nomination except oneeoastable,
as thoTSorameeoa "tire .thr 'tlclret
"Was aatiaahx had tefusadyto-re
enlist Just whan iha'-oouatry wanted
hia"mostv:and wwtdn't sell h fa State
bounty aevastfycoti8 on tne' dol
larNePachiBee wee thvucht to
pertriJ - He4nMtteo rarr-Bem-
lnated when a bad .Bptis-eccwred.
and one wing declared for agent le
man who bad been- promised the of
fice for throwing mud in the face of
a little boy for throwing' mad in- the
face of a little boy who -was selling a
"copperhead" daily ; andso-Ned was
requested to withdraw for the sake of
harmony la the party.
' "Tell tbeiraitora all arouod you, . .-;
. .... That their cruel words wa,.koow.''ii
You see tlie "copperheads' 'must
be put dowivaiany costal Bythe-by,'
where have they all gone? I often
Wondei whyriwe don't hearfhe'word
any more. And every 'tlme'Ned
tried lor olfice it seemed that he was
iu the way. He wasn't in the-'way
quite so muchrdown at? the front, but
aoKung aoaBKetaar BOtntng toco
with -holding office. -' They-'ised- ta
put him off with an excuse, -nd
promise better' things ; bufr-atrast
thev come to tell him there 'was no
use In trying for office. -Walt a min
'."And the Star' Sprangled Banner
In triumph shall wave."
:. X was try ing to catch the ear of that
man, who had just got out of his car
riage. i Nodwedto-kiioflr-htra r he
made, army- ooatraete, eoia rsnoaay
Clothing.. bought bond.-. aid now re-
turneds ; a1 ;ig Income- - Bnt":be
I: wouldn't see me. Perhaps -Ned's
old blue overcoat reminded .him ,or
something. And, besides, there alnt
o much entnusiasm.. about u .nag
as there wos wben. volunteers-had to
go willingly, or rich men stand .the
draft. And ther bonds -areaBorese
cure : than- they wero when -Lee's
troona werepiekinirmrn npinPenn
sylvania, Ain't it odd how the Rad
icals b a ve fixed this, bond-matter?
ri'ouwoldu't hardly believe vthat it
coats Ned. ten dollars a year tor tne
I privilege of grinding1 me and. that a
rieh man has fifty thousand: dollars
in bonds without a cent of taxation!
"My country His of thee
: Sweet land bf Liberty."
'And the loss of Ned's leg at Gettys
burg waaouly a little thingeom pared
to tnat mail's asaiatance to ine coun
try in: buying bonds at forty-five
centaon the'dollar, so- that the na
tional debt might be canftoed-to our
own-people, '. we've fleeuaqme; hard
times lately. We :Used..to;niakei
eood, uvioir in tha starts wz tne "cop
Bachead'.'.- Daners vicsLed np the hand
Organ; bomnesand'hehl It up ast the
SesriltoNacobiq'ptomises,-1 and 'the
mien-' seemed as rranaed and hardly one
naicuvt 'Kv -withoutxlroDDinir a nennv
now. ifilearoicyt witnoui,: a: nau
indeed,' the eweeteet -tunee I ; play
secrtn-tOLbarrvtbem along.' Many
nightrWe-go hungry to bed and y ou
can see yourself that.Ned must wear
oiqciotnea. . .:
: i Do you appose N"ed will tver go up
.there unopgt:the angeisr i somet
Willi have no business in Heaven.-'At
.least having turned "me' so nny
mes in-tbe-last tnree years.. jvoa
;will care-nothing far music. But
loa trnt. tr. marph Rronnd with ttia
on his back, and his old hat there is
all the laurels he's ever received for
the Ion of his leg.
You're getting tired I ; aiyi now
thesundoes eome down I - If Ned
could only step in after a glass of so
da once in a while, how cool and re
freshing it would be -But five cents
would often drain the box, and be
sidee -people -don't- want one-legged
flotdlenr hoppling"' around the gontry.
Was i ax tne J uDiieer 'is a. &t range
enough, hand organs weee not called
for. and the men who went down to
the front were oot wanted to sing of
the peace -they helped to conquer.
It would have been a grand- thing to
have opened the 'programme - with
music from ten thousand hand organs
belns ground-by ex-soldiers, but I
am afraid - the 4 J utoi lee -would have
been ' a failure. '- Must you go ?
' Then conquer we must,
or our cause it is just,
And tha hand Organ business will nerer.
-more rest." "
Senator Sherman at Canton.
, Senator Sherman 1 aa. - our -readers are
aware, basJately addressed, a small, but, we
presume, select. icrowd. of the falthfuV at
Can to a. Stark county, Ohio. , He is a vary
thrifty, mam -A few years ago, . before he
entered, fjongresv ae was .oomparatlvely
poor,; but ..now, .by a. :dU!gent yattentloa to
his Senatorialxinlifi, ,nt the rBtp of $5,000
a-year, he bss beoome a capitalist of high
rank, and has : amassed great wealth. We
would: make no insinuation, .but the Sent
tor has.becs. noted far his devotion to the
National Bankers, to; the bondholders, .and
biglitanff manufacturer of new Jngjmd.
In their behalthe.-will-travel the blate In
Ihe first part of hia speech at Canton is
detoted to the. task of showing to the peo-
ple.that the .tanff: passed-at the instance of,
aa4 for -the .benefit of, the New Cngland
manufacturers,, is tt great benefit 'to the
people of Ohio,, who, in conBcquence of it,
pay double price for the. goods its inhabit
ants, coatume. ; Under the-tariff -there is
not an interest of Ohio that is- protected.
The wopl growers of .the Stata are dis
criminated against because the Eastern
manufacturer .wants hia wool cheap, and
can get it cheap from South America. The
manufacturer of this article don't believe at
all in relying upon a- home - market -for
WjOoL ; It is only after it . is manufactured
by him that the ' almost prohibitory duties
are to be put npoa it.
bherman - next asks - "why should race
and color be made a ground of exclusioa
-from the elective franchise t '' ' In the first
place, the negroes had nothing to do with
tha making of our ; Government, :and are
not,: therefore, entitled to participation in
it unless ws desire It. ' Why should we do
so l They most, always- conathnte a dls-
tlact:and- independent - class,- with . distinct
and : Independent - interests. -We do not
want to invite -natural 'antagonisms-' at the
ballot box. -The negro,-. too, has - never
necn ante to run 'any- government Dot aa
absolute aad degraded despotism. - We have
been told by Sherman-that-ae was degra
ded by itwo-centimes 'of - slavery. 'How,
then,, can he, immediately after emerging
from this condition, be clothed with the
high responsibilities of -an American citi
zen t - The white ; people of this country
have: always-governed it, -as we-'have said.
wuneut toe negro 'a assistance. - noes-any
one believe-thai U- will be governed better
after we-take the negro ia- as a partner,- al
io w. him to sole, to- sit on juries, and hold
omce t W are told that it la 'a- relict Of
slarery. o not to allow the negroes to vote.
Now, we bava never bad slavery In Ohio,
and yet they could never vote here. Why
is It any mote a. badge' of: slavery for them
to. submit to laws that they had no hand. In
making, :than It Is for- white women and
for iyoungi white men 'below twenty one
. ! We ara clad, however, that the Senator
makes : aegro t-' suffrage an issue. It
Is jobs which the people ot Ohio- have al
ways decided against, and will again do so
this fall. -
. : . Ox, Course .Sherman, woo may be con
: sidered the agent and -attorney of the
: hnmihnMiri and National Banks, advocates
the payment of the five 'twenty 'bonds-in
gold. We take it that the people - are -fa',
miliar with this intended swindle andirobi
bery, and wU need htue, warning acalnst
the corrapt mopetarr ries-.that jis striving
to effect it. ; To , know 4at a. ; caadidato is
lor it ia sufficient reason for -hia-ieiieclioa.
. N' ,Tha people,: who are hordeced. with, tax',
es, will take notice that the ben star Is
against the repeal of the income .tax, and
Uiafr he declares it tue tairesvtax that can
be levied." -Now: -the1 fact Is, that it is
evaded.; to a great .extent,- by - wealthy eap
h&Uata -whUalt-aU.With,-nires6ive se'
Terity.nptm all. employe'd--atl fixed salaries
oretsSi.ooa. . . -
; . There ls.one point in the speech which
is .Worthy oi aotice. The Senator declares
that ; '.the -precise datinclion- between - a
protective and a Terenue tariff he could
aeyer make: out." - We cannot 'accept this
-pica of uraorapce. New Juigland manu'
xactarers, jwho- passedi tne -present tarur,
long since : informed -him- what' axes they
had to tmd,. and .how mnch they could af
ford to pay: the men who tamed the stones
foe their : benefit. Bat, .taking hha at bis
word, if he does not know the difference
between, a protective and a irevonue-tariff.
ao: is unfit to be a Senator-: fronv tho State
of Ohio. . He, had Jjctter resign and attend
Chemistry of the Stars.
"There :1s. something, nnspeakably
wonderful in: the very phrases em-
ployed by savans in discussing, the
subject ',Solar.ind Stellar Chemia-
try" what ate , these r . xnere are
marry educated men to. whom they
would Beera, enigtnaiicai, ana a per
eon orOTamary intelligence, wnana
read riothinsrabont : the. modern ex-
per imenta upon the spectrum, H ioia
that a mere examination of the rays
emitted by a planetary body Trill re
veal ; the substances, of .which, that
planetary body Is composed, 'would
probably reject it as an attempt to
practice on his credulity. " xet It is a
demonstration that the sun's atmos
Dhexe coneiata. mostlvof- tha -vapor
oi iron, but contains aiao me vapor
of fifteert other metals; amontr whleb
are "cerialnTy nickel 4noP perhaps -eos
bait. Aa niekeland eobalt are found
alwavs in meteoric stones, this would
seem to sugsfeet the" origin of aerol
ites in the atmosphere of the sun.
But the revelations of, the spectro
Bconeare not. confined to the -great
central luminary ot our system. The
cnemistry oi tne nxea stars is ueunea
bv It. and the exceeding' delicacy ot
the observations oy wnicn sucn
amazing knowledge U obtained lends
a hiarher attraction to.iti. pursuit. A
small Btar in the -Northern Crown,
which allat once ottalned to the bril
liancy of a star of the first magnitude,
haa been shown to-owe its pretur nat
ural liet to a sudden combustion er
hydrogen gas,, a cauae: to wnicn is al
so referable the red prominences In
the snn's dialc-JSquauy atruoag -is-
tne conclusion -fwrucn nas vwu nwa
ed bv the snectraui aaaiysis concern
ing tne NeDuia?, "-wnicn were ior
lonsr time auDnoeed tooonalstof stars
so numerous and bo remote that their
light was blended and conlnsed, ' but
wnich haver beenBatiSfactorlly prov-
&r1 fn ka Inmlnniil omaAA flr fVMmipal
flnna aa trangftlv PnOUP-h. theear-
, Mb. PkNiitiTON can" not" be op
poded . on- .account of - his - personal
qualities- Jfle" would makeaCdignif
fied,.eaial proper.. uoveruor.
No pnaln this commanity.speaks ill
of him asjtKentleman in private life,
or questions his ability to rill the -of-
: Wit: Yorso,-a printer, ,jnst "elected
theTenneasee Legislature, from' Oyertoii
county, had, for thirty five years,, a situa
tion in HsshrUla,M be laws .aod.jourcals
of the LegialaUire.. -
How many coldly pass them by: u '-.
- Or mayhap idly aneer ; ,. .-.. ; "
. But deep emotions throng my heart . :
When Israel's sons appear. - - ; , h
Far down the distant-valo time, r , IT
" My busy fancy fliea,. j,,.-. '-ti
When Salem's warlike sons went forth
To deeds of bigh. emprise, . - , ,
The land of beauty and of song, ' , , i " '
Unrivaled Palestine ! . ' , '
Where Sharon's rose burst into bloom,'
And honey blent With wine. , ..".,(.
"What does not r"nlrtrul owe to 'her,
wnen, uke an amulet.
She hung upon' the Pagan world
A diamond cased in jet l
The very laws tbat-guide our feet
through eyery bloomine zone.
Were in her aaered courts preserved
Oa blocks of solid stone : '
Nor is the lion- Judah dead
His march is stately yet.
And many a star of beauty beams
in Israel's coronet. ,J l
Her dark eyed daughters sliU are fair, ; '
- ner sons are stalwart still, .-
Their arms stretch forth for every prize,
'- Nerved with an iron. will. : -.
Their names are written proud and high,
; . -tn Atttaicano lflArt,.: i-. . . .
And Fame no wide arena boasts t f
.Where they bear not a part.
Thro' forums and through Senate; h'ajls,;
..ineir silvery acoents roll, . , i
.'Ahcl'witb Isaiah's burning fire, t " j
, . .Enchant the. human souL .'...
And Judah seems to bear- aloft . .. ! "
"Aladdin s wondrous lamD. "
" And earth, responaive, yields her gems
rruere juaaa s exiles tramp. . , .
Although they roam without a land j
From Salem's darkly hnrled ' .'..!
Her Princes Tule, with magic hand, , ;
The coffers of the world. " "
They are the power x The : Gentiles feel,
In every throbbing core,
The stranger mfluence of that tribe ' , j
Which roams creation o er. '
Imperial race I thy splendors gilt
The glimmering dawn ot time, : '
When earth lay blushing in the arms' '
' . Of Eden's golden prime. 1 '
And brighter yet the flames shall rise :
Where Salem's altars stand. ' ' ' - :
Time's last great act shall- charm -the
i In our Redeemer's Land. 1 ' world
OUR FOREIGN CORRESPON.
OUR FOREIGN CORRESPON. DENCE.
Notes of European Travel Scenes
and Incidents—Letter from
STIRLING, SCOTLAND, June 26, 1869.
Torn to ths map oi .Scotland and you
will see that the . spot from which I-write
is surrounded with historie names, " and the
city and castle of -burling are among the
most interesting and eventful of them all.
Near the fifty sixth : parallel ' of latitude it
sits enthroned among these Scotch hills and
lakes, a thousand miles north of that part
of Ohio where , we. live.. and nearly in an
even line due eaat - from the southern-ex
tremity of Greenland. We came here last
evening, and before speaking' further of
Burling . and environs, let . me: retrace qur
steps briefly for the last week. .
-We spent, three days- hf . Glasgow; and
vicinity, visiting places of interast and cor
recting the erroneous and inadequate idess
we had all entertained of this city.-.; We
derived much of our pleasure, -.as well: as
information, in this thriving. -metropolis
from our intelligent, guide and friend, Mr.
McNair to whoso genuine worth, .no less
than his graceful scholarship and . true
Scotch pride, I wish here -to record, my
most cheerful testimony. .Glasgow is the
second city in size in-Great JBrhain, bavuig
about lour hundred, and; twenty-thousand
inhabitants. - It has .commerce with fjeyery
part of ' the . globe ; hence, its ipoponlaUon
has an infusion of nearly every loreira el
ement ; the prevailing race : is j jmUiraB j
Scotch, and I.. already in lore: with-this
race and country.. , The city .is situated oh
the river Clyde, and ua greatest leagtfc 4
nearly or quite eight miles, ;.wjih:ani arer4
age width of over, two miles- - The Ciydi
is navigable for a hundred: ;iW from; the
sea and Glasgow Harbor baarhop wtn,
larged and deepened tht ships of Jjeavias
burden come.' freely to iia w harves, 1 o Heri
are the famous ahip. yards, j thirty :two id
number, . from : which , ho Cly de :bnUt
steamers'' come.. We viaited thai of Mwacs.
Laird, who. supplied the .. Confoflerates
with their iron clad - cruise rs. and saw two
new 'xiritiab. men-of-war. -also tho "CUt of
3cnssela,"'a new steamer on the loman
line, - which will be launched in, a few
weeks. ; . i .-.,!
In this citr. one .hundred and five rears
ago, James Watt made Ids first model of
steam engine, and it his. name were inscri
bed on every, building where men are prof-!
iting by hia invention, and have tUe giant
steam attached to their, wheels and lathes,
James Watt, . instead 01 sleeping -quietly
and forgotten, would be the ;most familiar
name, not only in Glasgow -.but .tho wide
world. We saw. his borne. . but the kettle
whose uneasy lid revealed to-lus mind the
subtle force within, has not beea preserved.'
Glasgow has vast iron, , -cotton and ateel
mills, and no end of other manufactories of.
less or greater r magnitude, besides twenty
odd newspapers and peripdioals, cathedrals,
univereilies, exebaoges, &c ; I ', shall only
mention the great, chemical works.-ot til.
Rollox, which cover over twelve acres.
employ a thousand men, and consume an
nually twenty , thousand tons of salt and
seventy five thousand tons of coaL The
products of this immense establishment are
chiefly vitriol, chlorate of lime, soda, soap,
(fcc It is said to , ha ; tha largest works
the kind in the world.. , ' -, ; i
Our excursions, from Glasgow were
Dunbarton castle,' the ruins of -Which are
extremelypicturesque where Mary Queen
of Scots embarked for France when
child, . and where the "brave "Wallace was
imprisoned. rWa saw his old oword, 6
feet long, his head" and that-of Monteith,
his betrayer, are cut . in atone. Several
small swords and battlo axes,- taken from
Culloden and Baimockburn fields,' are kept
here. It was here that LEdward. the Jirat,
nearly the first of that lordly - line-of ' Plan
tagenets, in A. !.. 1295 completely van
quished. the Scotch army -and subjugated
Scotland and later, 'ia 1C57, Charles tha
First saw. with coxopoaate the Scotch alUea
routed by Cromwell, for he- dreaded the
austere aancdtv' of the " Covenanters,
much as the ballets an d steel bf the Round
heads. Also to Hamilton ,-s "town of near
12,000 people.' once ten: miles southeast
Glasgow, but now one of lta-euburws. The
attraction at this place; ia the. princely pal
ace and estate vf :the Duke of Jlamilton,
tha first peer of Scotland.. The origin
this most ancient, member of 'the. Scotch
peerage I have not -beea able, to learn. -
find the f amily possessed of power and dis
Unction, , however, as -far back as : 1470,
when Lorq ..Hamilton was ; married,
Mary, sister, of James HL. of . Scotland.
The pleasure grounds of this . Royal per.
sonaro . consist of : fifteen , hundred: acres,.
kept to most perfect order. : .ine- paiace
a magnificent .affair besaiv, in. and
finished seven years later. It is ipodeied
after the temple ot Jnprtor Stator af Kome,
The present - Duke is ' dissolute youag
scapegracer Who; spends most of -his time
irr An Hla lsw arait wbo-snticrintenas
matter In his absence ( and he is seldom
her;) was absenthe' day ww were there;
so we couiu
so- we could not rain entrance ' to tnepai-
ace,-whlch. ia- addition to
and aneientL has-one of the nrgest anel fin
est picture' gaUerlesjn''Europe.-'Weiwere
permitted, however.-to' -gontolJlhe' large
mausoleum on the grounds; built- by
grandfatHer oT thepresenVDuke or uamil
ton, known aslaJcxandef the-Teuth, Duke
ot .the . Hatnil tnna. i aeveral years: before
his death he got as igtpuan saroopbagna
to. be used for hia own body, and ki an,
per hail of ! tha.mansoleom it,iiMw) atanda
on sat: immense block-- rear tan -base. it
said to .bo the same icasket : in. which Oeo
palra lay, batI doubt iki : however, it look-,
ed very quaint . and ; famous, l Tha Hoor
this hall: is beautiful :marble, ; worked
msaic. Hia body alone lies ia this apart
ment; the other members of the family
are buried in the vaults beneath, according
to his request. Within the grounds, on
high bhuh. are tho ruins of Castle of Cad
zow. the original seat of the IIamUtBa.i-'
It was presented to chief of. the Hamiltons
soon alter the battle, of Bannockburn, A.
i., 1814,' "naving- beeh a KoyaJ-Tesidenpai
tori wo eentaries: previous to "iQiattlme.f
Th, park. -surrounding Uu -palace; la su
perb, as can be . imagined, .and:, in it are
some of the old Scotch breed "of "wild catr
tie, which are milk white,-1 except the
honut aad hoofs which are Waok; Altho'
not much of an agrarian, 1 hpuUike fe
see about fourteen hundred acre taka
from the ' profligate young Duke and as
many good homesteads given to the sturdy
deserving poor of .that country,- and -bread -atuffa
and clothing. made more cheap. and
abundant thereby. . This hereditary right
to rule' seems to me like a monstrous" ab
surdity, and-1 should think -common sense
English and Scotch people would aoori
have done with it, . pere i an abandoned
profligate, with no qualificatrons. or train,
ing, by the simple accident of birth, "takes
his place beside a Bright ' and ' a Gladstone
in the .councils cf the Oovernment--not to
aid them in legislation, because -for tha he
is unfit but by his yotejto destroy theirs,
when some great measure comes tip tiiat
curtails his ancient- privileges or'-'beneflts,
the classes below bitn. I-do -aot espect
to see tho - iintish - oonstitubon changed or
the British peerage .overthrown ia conse
quence of my observations, yet it relieves
-me to express them'. ' i
We left Glasgow and came-to Stirline.
viattkig on oar way-Loch, Katrine, Loch
Lomond, Ben Yorlioh. Ben Ledi Beu Yea".
pue and In0rd places consecrated , for
ever bv the aoetrv and fiction Bf Sir "Wal
ter Scott. To the readers and-admirers-of 1
this delightful author for: all - admire who
read him,) I can imagine nothing more
charming than to visit these scenes which.'
his inspired pen ! has described. ' Ravine
read and re-read "The Lady -of the Lake"
in years gone by, I refreshed . myrnjetnory
with a recent perusal, and so enioved in-
tenfold greater degree the beauties, that
hero surrounded me. n - -
We took boats at Balloch.fthe southern
extremity of .-Loch Lomond,) eame bp the
lake to Inversnaid, by coach to Loch at
line," across that and again by 'coach. thro'
the Troshacks to-eailender, and thence by
train to, : Stirling'.' AS'WO came aloBg we
saw the plct where i Rhoderick!, Dhu and
Filz James eagaged in . combat, (Lady of
the Lake.' canto Fifth."! Yesterdav we
spent half a day at - the castle 'jot Bth-ih)g,
so renowned -in- history. : JJurmg- all - the
wars between -England and: Scotland for
five hundred years; this was w impcnHkat.
fortress held at -one tune' by one-party-.
at another, by -another now IB a- reaiaenoe
of soma Scottish : kibB andt aegembled
round, him . the wealth , and fashion of .hja
reaun now possessea Dy some ruye anu
powerful ' chief 'in 'revolt, ' whenxleedrt,t
refuge ' and hldina place iOf - that king de
throned the scenes of that chief's, murder
or betrayal all the vicissitudes 'of , that
warfare and treachery -which makes up the.
history Of .England' and -Scotland-between
tha' Eleventh and the. .Sixteenth; -century.
From the walls of the castle, now in state
ly ruins, we looked into the, park .below.
where Douglas won the prize ana .-poor
Lupa was struck dead.' We "stood npofa
the "Ladies' Rock," where, to olden thnea,
the Koyal dancers were .wont, to .sit and
watch the tournaments in the castle park
below, "We. saw Roderick's dungeon (cart
tos 5, 12,':Ladypf the Lake,) and stood in
the chamber where James - the Second, as-
sassinated William, Earl of Douglas; look
ed from the window out of which his body
was thrown saw . the Franciscan, steeple
where Janies the Sixth and his son r Henry
Were baptized, and the Chapal Royal where
Mary was crowned Queen of BcQta,-.iWe
have also, seen a Highland regiment on pa
rade, and heard the Scotch baepipe. . ., I
' We :co -to-Edinburgh - this- afternoon
where we spend sevetalJays. : Wo axscoaij
plish far more at sight seeing in- this high
laUtude tha wo oauld. below.. Shut up in
a roonv at aoma distance, from, a window.
one' can read easily and distinctly as late as
It) and 11 o'clock atnight; in eonseqaence.
we are -up early: -ia -the -morning and later
at nSflhti-and -1 may add,' without fear-of
contradiction,-'' are; -more weary:-when -we
retire to rest- tbaa when in ; shorter days
--' - - "
E. A. B.
Nomination of Hon L. D. Campbell
for Senator—His Speech of
HAMILTON, O., August 8, 1869.
The Democracv of old Butler Jabr
bilated: last evening on the occasiod
ertha. aeceotance by Hon. Lewis ' U.
Campbell oFthe nomiaation' temireed
him by this party.as their State Sen
atorJal . candidate. . -. One t hundred
guns were fired, aad bands of muaie
maae tne occasion more joyiui ana
ex ci Ling. . atrowa to- targe -ior an-y
room came v into. toe. UDurb-hoosd
square to listen to the speaking. ..
, . xne meeting was cauea ro orqer.
and Judge Traber chosen President
Tne comimttee, ' aocooipanied' by
Mr, , uampoeii maae . their - appear
ance upon the stand, amid prolonged
cneering. ....... .r
jvir. eter Murpny tnea adaresseci
AND -FEiiiidvrxCiTizrgKai7" My een-J
sibilltlea ace not of a remarkable del
icate nature, and, still I must coatosa;
tbartue circumstances tuatsurrouna
tbis occasion, ao to ' some . degree,
occaelon -embaiw&ment Uipon- ray.
have been, spent in 'the, county of;
Butler. 'During "thai .time we havo
had many political conflicts, in all of
wbicn I nave warmlypartlelpated.
Aty personal expenence nas not been
without many . exciting, to me ax
least, Douticai events. . I have also
been the recipient of many political
Honors rrom tne parties to wnicn
have been attached, which may have
been eiven as a recompense, in part".
for labor performed for party good.
isnt not so ro-nignt. x nave to uay
been the lecipient of one of the high
est honors from the Democratic
party in roflvelon..asseinbIed. It
would provoke a smile if I . were to
come before you ' to-night as one ot
the time honored veterans -of .that
party.; When however;, the party to.
which' I had belonged; chose to stray
away from the carrying out ;ot thq
Main requirements of tne toostito:-
tion . then I chose , to leave that party.-
Since that time I have been; drifting
about vrithput Joining royseu to any,
patty-' - - -
An event - tooic piace tniny 1 a ays
ago at the-city-of Ootumbas which
left no doubt, as to- what ; par ty.r
should take In the coming contest,
when I saw a party with greatunani
unity.: chose jm- its candidate j for
Governor General Rosecrang, and
also such men as Colonel Connell and
Judge Gilmore found" a place' upon
tne -ljemocratio-ticket, i maae-bp
m v- mind, that- - there-was nay -laeev
f Great cheering, IMy. irienda-Jkuqwi
ana tne geuuemea..wno came, to me
before tbemeetin? of the Convention
know that T" nau no desire for this
distinguished imark Tf regard.'-' -I
aceept -thonominatiOB- no ' that
expect to be ' personally beaentecr by
it resottsi but with due eonsideratioa.
ot tho character bl the men' by whom
I was nominated, it is one et'
greatest of bono ra.) .If elected; lahall
not go' into the Senate, with, mereiyi
party fiplrlt '. TChe' accomplishment
of the end which I wfl 'propose will
rebound to- the good f"the raasa
the whole people. JMinontiea nave
risrhts which me all ruight.fr) respect
: Wnat are the . Issues of the : present
canipaign?'heJ Democratic party
has sauarefy pot itself In opposition
to . .the teenth'UConatitttaonal
Amendment.-which. Is the bromtaent
Issue In this canvas, t The Bepubiicea
party wnicn mep a, snort tlmqj&efere
are, with equal teal,-in favor of -this
amendment, : And tbis is- the main
Portoeir' tofm,' to which' is
added .3 the. principles j of General
orant and-General Grant'a tpriacl
S e5? 119X9 otiose, In. the
a, atl2n 'of;pnMW offices,, wbo
are related tobfm. -
, Legislationv however, must deelde
tlie people of Ohio, must have this
question again brougbf before them.
It has been voted down tarn vmk
ago byflfty thousand maiorily, .md
wouiu .nave Biaia ..voteaxdown if
CduntL-r,- i,aa not - Interfered. A r
the people In favor of negro suffrage?
uo ine nrty .:inousaria citizens desire
to open , the, ballot-box and change
their votesr. If so, let theni seek the
preseatioptoortuoity. 'But if you are
in favor oCnegro suffrage yoa- must
vote, against tme. -. Dq yon- want to
throw open, the ballot box .p thla
clasa of -voters," not only thdse here,
but worse, than all, those who may
come ia upon us ?. .Under no clroa in
stances whatever wUl I be the wiUin z
Instrument with which to commit no
foul an-act, as thi3 In, my.judgment,
is . i" Another question- belongs to this
canvass : .: i The.: subject -taxation
upon, such kinds of property, M pre
exempt, or claim to be exempt, from
taxation,;' Go verninenta. are orga
nized for protecting the rights of
those who constitute thegxyyernment
which, rights arethe n(oymeBt'-of
life, liberty and property..-: u i A
The taxes, should be .regulated ac
cording to the amount' of property a
man has to -protect. L We -will sup
pose. Jfor aake of .'argument, that. I
am better olr than jury friends here.
Say I am worth a hundred thousand
dollars', and heja' wortha hundred
dollars mIy,--vN'ow, my -property ,
horses or catUa ereen backs or Un i Led
States .bonds, . BbotUd , ga. .upon . . the
graaa riupiicate, and be taxed for
i protection just in the- same pro
don, as the one hundred- loliars
worth of JLa.w booka belojoging:.to xay
friend heref; and this system of tax
ation should find its way to' every
branch of-the Government,' "If his
line of policy makes me a Republican ,
then I am a. Republican; -if it makes
me a uemocrat, men am indeed a
Democrat. - -- --
Another kjnestlon to be discussed
during: c this savaaa, -and'-which Ha
Indirectly a- question: of iState legis
lation, Is that of the National:, debt.
You hear'a" great' deal said about re
pudlatlon -If -these bonds are to be
paid in greqnbavoktu ' We we twenty-
six., milllog of jdpllars,,and L amau
favor of. payjnz this, debt iust pre
cisely as I would an fndivjduaj debt-
according to the 'contract' Ndw
wnat is rne contract? The bonds
due tne in. teres c-m--csin. Tne eov-
ernment has -the - power -tq make: a
dollar from anything it jmay chose,
be it naner or leather. 4 Mr: Stevena.
Chairman- of the Comittee of Ways
ana leansmi Longreas, statea ttnat
it was undertocKl, thai the principle
was to be paid-in, greenbacks. This,
also, seemed to be the underetaadiag
oi ue purcnasera, oi Lne.ftonasj iwoo
purchased them at forty .01 fity cents
on the dollar," gold, BUqdairdbjNot-
wnnatanaing wis, a dim was; faasea
by the , 'Republican Coocreaa at the
last atsslort, called, the etrongthlpgjof
ine-puDiic credit, .wtucbi pui. unasr
took to assume, from .thirtv-Ave to
forty ter centtaddUfonal;iadepted'
neas, and bad -the, assurance to it
an improving of -ihe, publiq-. credit,
1 1 . ' 1 ' . , i 1 i -
agreeuig wj pay iu viuJ4ai, wpcu,i
nas aii axoBg been unaerstoonKaouia
te paid in greenDacKs. tsupposoji
should -be intemrmrraaeg ,ticQura-
Btances .and tcould, 4 npt j pay, yj In
debted uessr : .and . , should r. Ihen ,j go
arouna among my creditors, ana say
will change the terms pfjthe corny act
and "pay - ybtf'Jnlrty-aix.per ient.
-more than lam by J the present con-
tract obliged to -pay you,Aud are
than I owejyau-r'.'.Tiila ds .what,: a
Republican-. Gongress .would fastn
upon 'the people of this, con 0 try.. I
am not in favor of paying .tnese
bonds ia gold until the United Btates
Treasurer, old JFathet Spinner,-1 has
gold enougnt .and wilt jiso it,:tq' re
deem every frreanback in the hand
of each and -every' poor-laborer in
tne country, if it is to De-done- be
fore, there wiU;begteater: cause- for
revolution thaq ever heretofore made.
I have ' thus . presented "briefly the
outline bf the questions that it will
trive me pleasure- -to -discuss -before
the -people tat dength. alaring:-the
canvass. . If my. views oa . thla ques
tions don't suit you, then do not vote
for me. If you want a ' horde of vic
ious and -depravedr "Things to. be
thrown upon-yeff- wfth their votes,
don't go for ms, -Gentlemen. I. thank
you for the complimentary iwayain
which this :nomina tie n, t has -been
offered to me by my. former political
opponents, and accept the same. '' I
shall entei into' the discussion of
these questions, with; a will, and more
at length. Gentlemen, I thank you."
- Great cheering and approbation
followed this Bhert speech of ' accept
ance, and the -.crowd dispersed, -leel-ing
that no large majority eouId.be
given forany man iikBtUer County
than foe the Hon. Lews D. Campbell.
Grant Rebuked by One of His
Grant Rebuked by One of His Own Appointees.
., G. Gordon, Adamflri Udited. States
. Attorney 19? ,-te ...fpthernn iDlstrlEt
bf itisaisaippi, and a, prominent sup
porter Of Jnrlga "Doni:, In Jhaf. Stata,
on Thursday, forwarded .his letter of
'resignation: . . tou, -Jtbe; :Pjresident, ;: in
Which; he says :j ; 1 : u A
' ''Though, the office -is , not. one of ,
much importance, I can, not . retain it
without being identified, to some ex
tent, with an Administration whose
aets, so larias iney relate to my own
State, I can approve. daj.AY afford,
an officer of the late rebel army, who.
in defiance ot the contumely- and re
proach iieapedJ poai: him -by thd
Southern peeplOi supported bravely,
and almost alone, in Jils district, the
reconstruction policy ot Ctopgressbaa
been removed from office; Trom the
lata approved pablkfaedBtateraent
of your views, I am. J asti fled j Inxxhe
Deuel that tnis is dona in accoruance
with the established policy ofvour
administration. '-Jj'rom i-'the 'same
sources 1 learn. your oonAdence. in,
and support of, General Ames, an
officer whp baa degraded his position
arMllitary Commander of the Fourth
Military District, - by- exercising- its
functions soielr in-furtheraoco of his
own pereoual and partizau ends an-
nesuatingiy avowing max oeuesireu. -to
use the high office of Senator from'
my State-as-a stepping-stone tor -the
appointment of Brigadier General Jn
the regular arrays and: whose whole
course in that State, has been marked"
by a tyranlcai exercise or power, ut
terlv antaronlftlc to the spirit of the
SieconstrncWaa laws. As sv resident 1
of Mississippi ,and one of the founders .
of the Republican pai ty In that State, ,
would-be lalse' to -my -State aad to"
tha.KoopbM'anx prLucJpiBa iWbichi X J
bave always maintained,!, I longer
Eeiained tnajacica.a:flif n. your aina
'reference has aayigued me."
,v i -Vim IT'" -- a " 1
1 it -S ' -jt, " r rr..t ..(!.-; ;u
i OvxiYHtff LEBj ithe omnder ot-. tha.
North westeru ChrVs tian ;tjniverity
pf Indiapa, has endowed with $10,000
a1 chair" of "English ' Literature,' ,
and named it the "Demia Butler-'
Chalr.after tned75S5rrs daughter.
Thechalr iillex! by1 Ka'te: Merrill
well: know i as; a uccessfBl'"JtBTile
teacher, and a, Udy.-of unusual abllU r
ty; and extent ef erudition. t..i a-.Inai
1 A danghterf aMtTmemberof the 1
eoanoU -of Washington votty 1 aa eloped
with a negro. , Sha followed, the toack-. i
ings of ber Jncobln parlent,"