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ATTENTION BOI4DIEU9 AND PATBI-
Th Horo of AUatoona Po and President
Uarrlaon Oapt. Alfrd B. toe, a Vet
eran Republican and Veteran Soldier,
(Hves HIb Views on tho Situation. '
(Fiom the Columbm l'ott.)
The unBpeakablo llttlenes?, meanness
and hypocrisy of tho Harrison Admin
istration have an appropriate illustra
tion in tho removal ot General JohnM.
Corse from tho postmastershlp at Bos
No braver or better soldier drew
sword during tho lato war than Corso.
There aro probably several others in, tho
city besides tho writer, who remember
seeing him borne to the roar desperate
ly wounded during Sherman's battle at
tho Tunnel on Missionary ltidge. Nono
who witnessed that incident will ever
But It was not nc Missionary mugo
A . 1 S-l ..1 fl nr. A
General Uorso won ma prouaesc
Atl'auta, he struck tho railway lu tho
rear of Shorman's army, toro up ton,
miles of it, and sent French's Division,
live thousand strong, to boIzu tho
mountain piwa at AUatoona, where a
large quantity of army supplies was
stored, gua.ded by threo small regi
ments. General Corso's division was then at
Homo, about thirty miles west of the
pass. Deeply anxious General Sher
man, while- hurrylug on from Atlanta,
signaled from one mountain to
another across the country, over tho
rebel army, to Home, calling Corse to
tho relief of the AUatoona garrison.
As soon as ho could make up a train
General Corse set forth by rail with one
brigade, leaving orders for tho rest to
follow. He reached AUatoona Just bo
fore French did, and had in nil less than
2,000 men witn wuicii to mane tue ae-
lense. rencn uemanaea nis immeui
ate and unconditional surrender and
gavo him but live minutes to mako up
his mind, adding that ho was anxious
"to avoid a needless elluslon of blood."
Corse replied'. "Wo are prepared for
tho needless effusion of blood when
ever it's agreeable to you."
French thereupon moved his whole
force to the assault and the battle raged
all the afternoon. In tho midst ot tho
engagement Corso was shot through tho
face and fell insensible, but as soon as
he rovlved he resumed his command,
and continued to cheer his men. He
was obliged to nbandon his iutreuch
ments, but held the fort and repelled
every assault. About suudown French
drew oif , leaving behind him three hun
dred dead, besides four hundred prison
ers, nnd Corso sent his famous dispatch
"I am short a cheek bono and nn ear,
but am able to whip all h 1 yet!"
In contrast with this, the cowardly
commandant at Dalton, another point
on the railway further north, surren
dered that post without a blow. He is
probably holding au olllce somewhere
In the truly good Wanamaker's Depart
ment. There was no more heroic exploit lu
the edtiro course of the war than the
defense of AUatoona. The whole Na
tion was thrilled by it, and out of it
grew the popular proverb "Hold tho
Fort," which has even gotten into tho
But while tho bravo Corso could hold
the fort against tho rebels, ho couldn't
noiu tue noston post oiuce againsc tno
greedy and selfish partisans of the Har
rison school. Ills wounds, his brave
deeds, his brilliant services availed
nothing ngainst the crimu of dlsboliuv
iug in iVloKinleyisra and Harrisontsm
in monopoly and cattle hair clothes.
When his removal was first demand
ed, both the Republican Senators from
Massachusetts bigoted partisans as
they ure advised his retention, admit
ting that he was the best postmaster
Boston had ever had. Ihe evidence Is
overwhelming that he had discharged
his official duties with most admirable
eiHcionuy. But no matter; some ob
scure partisan nincompoop of the Wan
nmitker type wanted his place, and got
The only protext given for the out
rage is that General Corse was a Dem
ocrat, Ho had the misfortune to bo
appointed by President Cleveland, and
that was sin enough in the eyes of a
Presldeut who Is capable of preaching
ono thing to catch votes, and practicing
directly the opposite thing after he gets
When the good Mr. Harrison penned
his letter of acceptanco us a candidate
for tho Presidency he put into it these
words: "Fltnos and not party service
ehotild bo tho essential ana discrimi
nating test in appointments to every
grade, and fidelity and efficiency tho
only sure teuure of olllce." But never
was a political pledge moro llagrantly
nnd brazenly violated than this one has
bzon. Under the Harrison administra
tion, as tho Corso case well illustrates,
fitness Is of no consequonce ngainst
party service, uor doos anything fur
nish a more worthless tenure of office
than fidelity or efficiency. Whoever
wants to be sure of retaining official
position under such a regime should
prepare to surrender hla mandood,
play the llcksplittle to the trust lords,
una throw fitness, and efllclency to the
winds. Heroes of tho Corse type are
not wanted. Thoy aro not considered
fit for postmasters or any thing else,
unless thoy join the cattle-hair school
of political economy.
Ali'eed E. Lee.
MAJOR M'KINIEY'S class.
(l'romtlio Chicago News.)
Invariably when a protectionist Is
asked what ho thinks of Major MoKIu
loy's efforts at statesmanship, he replies
that the Major has done very well con
sidering that he might have done worse.
When George IIL asked his violin
teacher iiow his majesty ranked as a
fiddler, tho wily servitor responded:
"All violinists are divided Into three
classes thoso who can't play, those
who play very badly, aud those who
play well. Your majesty has already
reached tho second class." From the
protectionist's remarks It is ovidont
that Mr. McKinloy has now attained
the second class of legislators.
Ik the United States Senate Is to be
continued it ought to bo composed of
men selected by a vote of the States
and not by the purchased Caucus plan
of tho partisan brach of our legislature.
The present TJ. S. Senate Is not a repre
sensallve body. It is an impediment to
the popular will and represents no pop
ular force In our representative sys
tem. Tho election of Geuoral Palmer
in Illinois, after his endorsement by a
popular vote In the State, is a move In
the right dlteotion. The Democrats of
Ohio would do well to endorse this
The reported reconciliation botweon
Bismarck and tho young German Em
peror would indicate that there was
something in tho rumor that there
ia to bo another Franco-PruBBlan fight
lor Alsaco and Loral no.
"Oh I love, what Is it lu this world of
ouravhat maltoi peoplo suffer so with
nouralBlaY" "Can't toll, mypot, unloss
tho avorutro oltUon hasn't got senso
enough to buy a botllo of balyutlonQil."
Book no further, Try Dr. Bull's Cough
distinction. When Hood turned north1 fW. recommended by Governor
wlili his wholo army after tho fall ofimpboll, in his annual messago, to
MAKE A NOTE OF THIS.
Our soldier constituents who have
been taught to believe that all tho
patriotism and philanthropy of tho
country was lodged in the Itepubltcan
party, will make a noto of this. That
a rabid, redhot Itepubltcan Congress
refused tho appeal of the Woman's
Itollof Corps, backed by a million sig
natures of old soldiers and loyal Amer
ican women, for a plttnnco of 812 per
month for a band of noble Army
Nurses, who served on the battlefields
and in the fever hospitals of tho war;
aim tins wnen assured tnat it would
not add more man sjzo.uou to tho pen
sion rolls. Tho Ohio Democratic Leg
islature, on the other hand, has just an-
tirnnrlntnr! Hin anm flf S')"i IV1 In linllil
an Ohio Cottago in connection with tho
iieuei uorps uorao, wauisoti. unio, lor
tho caro of the destitute widows and
mothers of Ohio soldiers and the Army
JN urges ot umo. xnero is niso a uiu
open a cottago at the Ohio Soldier d
and Sailor's Homo, Sandusky, for the
pare of aged veterans and their wives
who would otherwise be soparated, tho
ono class to the Home, the other to the
Poor House ; a bill that should be passed
Tho same Congress that refused
825,000 to tho poor old Army Nurses
gave a pension of 82,500 a year to tho
rich widow of Admiral Porter, an ex
nmplo of tho wild, foolish and heartless
legislation that characterized the de
f unct Congress of jobs and steals.
CONOnESSJtAN-EIjEOT STOKER, of tho
First District of Ohio, and Mrs.Storcr, aro
expectod to bo conaplctiQUs hi Washing
IiiRton socloty next season. Mrs. Storcr
is tho daughter of tho Longworths, and
Inherits tho millions of that old family.
This reads first-class now. and is lust
the nobby tiling; but how strangely it
would have read 50 or 75 years ngo. In
thoso old fogy days tho neonlo had the
habit of electing members of Congress
on account of intellectual achieve
ments, patriotic service aud experience
in public affairs. Now a man who hap
pens to marry a very rich wife (who is
willing to put up tho boodle for him
can cuimluato iu Congress, make him
self a name In tho social world.aud if ho
is a Republican and stands by the
monopolists, can mako a three thous
and miles wide reputation as a great
Republican statesman. Merit, mor
allty, intellectual nchlovement.patriotlc
impulse, and love of God aud humanity
are of no earthly account.
MoKinlev's tin-plate factories, that
were to bob up at Pittsburg, Chicago
St. Louis and a Bcore of other places
show a strange dllatoriness in view of
the 73 per cent protection. It is true
that tho duty is not in force quite yet,
but the price of tin-plate has gone up
15 to 20 per cent in anticipation. This
has udvuuced tho price of canned meats
nnd canned vegetables, and is touch on
all of ua who hayo to pay. But this is
not an: JNews comes by wiro or the
stoppage of one or two canning facto
ries in Now Jersey, one of which em
ployed 300 men; all on account of the
high price of tin. So this tariff robs
the middle classes who have to buy
canned meats and fruits, and sends the
laboring men who work in canning
factories Into idleness aud want.
General Garfield, at ono time,
was a Representative in Congress in
fact, and Senator and President by elec
tlon, thus holding three leading official
positions at the same time. The Dem
ocrats did not whine and make them
fcelves miserable over It. The man who
assassinated Garfield was not a Demo
crat, but one of thoso crank Republi
cans, of the same woof us thoso now
assailing Gov. Hill ot New York. Jiy
the way, Gov. Hill appears to be making
a great many ambitious Republicans
and some Mugwumps feel very disa
greeable now-a days. Wo wouder what
the matter Is? We don't see nuy thing
wrong with Hill. Does ho look too
high for the Rep3. to climb?
Suoar will tnko n tumblo in prico soon
after April 1st, utid when peoplu buy that
necessity for two cents u pound less than
they nro now paying for it, thoy must bear
lu mind that McKinloy and his little bill
did it. L Akron Beacon.
Yes, uud while McKlnley and his lit
tle bill are remembered for knocking
oif the tax on sugar, it is equally well
to remember that by the operation of
that same little bill we will pay five
cents a dozen moro for eggs, twenty
live cents a bushel moro lor potatoes,
uud, aud ten cents a can more for
canned meats nnd fruits. Man cannot
live by bugnr alone, and no nraount of
sweetening will make "the little bill" a
sugar-coated morsel for the working
News cornea from Toledo of the
death ot Gen. John W. Fuller, the most
conspicuous volunteer soldier, at the
time of his death, In Northwestern
Ohio. Ills division it was that met the
heavy shock of a largo portion of Hood's
army at tho battle of Atlanta, July
22, 1801, and at that time Gen. Fuller
performed an act of personal valor not
ofton equaled during tho war. Ho was
subsequently mado brevet major gen
eral aud commanded a division.
The Knights of. Plutocraoy In New
York City, held a special meotlng to
Indorse Reed, Lodge aud McKlnley and
all they have done or tried to do. Grand
Master Workman Depew officiated as
orator and master of ceremonies, and
the thanks and blessings of the money
power were showered on all who were
condemned by tho people at tho No
vember election, Tho dominant' Idea
of tho meotlng was that the aforesaid
November eleotlon was a great outrage.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Ever Blno the Billion congress ad
journed, the financial exports who do
the newspaper business m Washington,
have been trying to figure out how
much money has been spent nnd appro
priated, Aa yet the aggregate haa not
been fully footed. Enough has been
discovered however, to establish the
fact that it was the most extravagant
congress iu our entire history.
C" " i
The sprlnrr elections in Minnesota
indicate a slrougor Democrutio vote
than at the last November elections.
The men who desortod the Republicans
last November are evidently out to stay,
and thoy are being reinforced by many
othors. All tho signs of tho times lndt
caet the disintegration aud decay of the
Republican party, east and west.
Already tho Illinois Register is
booming Gen. Palmer for President iu
1892, Gen. Palmor will bo 74 la 1892,
but age don't count much on n thor
oughbred Gladstone is 82, and Bis
marck la 70, Queen Victoria la 72, and
Sir John McDonald, tho present vigor
ous prime minister of Canada, is 70,
Tiie McKinloy tariff has taught us
many lessons but none touches ua more
directly than that one that lessens
wagea. Wooater Jaokaonlan.
MOB LAW IN NEW ORLEANS.
Mob law is the resolution of the es
tablished order of things into n primi
tive community, in which public sen
timent la both judge and jury, and con
demnation nnd punishment aro meted
out to nil who fall under Its bans, the
Innocent too often Buffering sido by
B'.de with the guilty. It is the passion
ate protest of a pooplo against tho pop
ular offender, nnd its judgments are
Bwift and tornblo. Unhappy that com
munity that places tho administration
of justice in tho hnnds of tho bloody
nanaed ana violent.
Occasionally, however, thero is a
moral turpitude that so possesses com
munities, that It is almost impossible
to secure tho administration of justice,
because both jurist and jury nre in the
hands of the criminal classes, nnd the
very laws which wero framed for the
Srotectlon of tho innocent, become tho
ulwarks of defence for the trnltor and
It is then that a betrayed and defied
peoplo rise up in passionate protest,
and seek vengeanco in a sea of blood
for the wrongs that hnvo been heaped
upon them. This kind of mob law,
greatly as we may deploro tho condi
tions which mako such nn uprising
possible, is liko n strong electric storm,
clearing tho moral atmosphere, wash
ing nway the filthy and impure, nnd
making way for ths stronger and
healthier elements, once more got the
It was by such nn uprising In Mon
tana that the State was purged of rob
bers and assassins, and coming nearer
home, it was by such violent protest
that Cincinnati took n step forward In
the administration of just government.
That such an electrical cleariug-up
has visited Now Orlenns none can
doubt. Tho greatest pity is that tho
auborned jurists nnd jury are loose,
with bribes in their pockets, while the
eleven wretched Italian prisoners nre
stiff and stark, riddled with balls aud
Tho New Orloana Times-Democrat
thinks the great uprising will bo the
means of breaking up the Italian as
sassination societies in New Orleans,
through whoso Instrumentality the
Chief of Police was killed and points to
a still more Important work to be per
formed in tho following:
The short, sharp and declslvo diama
of yesterday had In It, moreover, a
warning tor another class, wnicu tney
will do well not to dlsregerd; wo refer
to the jury fixers, -who nre experts in
getting at talesmen and jurymen and in
Ailing tho jury box, partially or wholly,
with men pledged to consult nbove all
things tho interests of tho criminals
nnd to see that tho convictions shall
not bo arrived at by juriea against
It Is not probablo Governor Nichols
of Louisiana will relish tho implied
censuro in the Blaine despatch, calling
upon him to preserve the peace at New
Orleans, in response to tho complaints
of the Italian legation, luasmuch as the
uprising was sporadic, and that tho
Governor has had no tlmo to act in tho
matter. This paltry piece of bun
combo concludes as follows:
It is tho hope of the President that
you will co-operate with him In main
taining tho obligations of tho United
States toward Italian subjects, who
may be within tho peril of tho present
excitement, that further bloodshed and
violence may be prevented, and that all
offenders against the law may be
promptly brought to justice.
TnE Republicans failed to control the
Farmer's Alliance In Illinois, although
they offered tho Alliance the earth aud
several of the subsidiary planets If they
would only vote for their man. The
Republicans have fulled to control the
Alllanco anywhere. Thoy have noth
ing to oiler tho Alliance but a general
scheme of robbery, nnd that is just
what the Alliance is organizing to atop.
Parkell's minlfest to tho Ameri
can people hints darkly of nlots and
conspiracies to break the Irish ranks
by personal assaults upon himself and
holds out the promise that the Irish
delegates who aro to como over to rally
the Irish Americans, will make all
things plaiu. Tho delegates have a big
contract on hand aud their explanation
will be awaited with interest.
"Buffalo Bill" has solved the prob
lem, what to do with the bloody Slouxs
and by cousent of Secretary Noble will
take 100 of the Fort Sheridan prison
ers to astonish old Europe. If Cody
still lucks attractions, Ohio could sparo
him the Elliott brothers.
The Now Orleans Board of. Trade,
Sugar Exchange and Stock Exchange
have nil adopted formal resolutions en
dorsing tho lynching of the Italians.
Tho Italians have caUod upon the Ital
ian government to avenge their
wrongs. The end is not yet.
The colored citizens of Akron are
organizing for self protection. They
have 250 votes, which they have voted
for the Republicans for about n quarter
of a century, but no ono of their num
ber has over seen the inside of an olllce,
The more sngacloua friends of Mc
Klnley aro beginning to realize that he
can't be elected Governor of Ohio this
yeur. Ho holds a losing hand a bob
tailed flush; while Campbell holds four
aces and a queen, and is a sure winner.
If the value of a woman wore guaged
according to size what a prize that
Greenville mnn would have lost who
burled his wife yestordsy, in a coffin
six feet, eleven Inches long, and two
feet two Inches wide.
Once more the Ohio man is nt tho
front. Tills time it is Detoctlvo Domi
nlck O'Malley; whom all New Orleans
Is after for bribing tho jury In the
Chief Hennessy case. O'Mulloy halls
France 1b delighted with an invita
tion to attend the World's Fair at Chi
cago but demands that Congress shall
protect French trademarks against the
prohibitory MoKinley bill.
Chas. Q. Dayis, nn old newspaper
man, has purchased the Columbus Post,
the now Democratic dally. This makes
a strong and nggresslvo Domocratio or
gan at tho Capital.
A Minor Griswold, "The Fat Con
tributor" haa joined tho majority aud
America now nports one wag tho less
who was born into the woild to live by
h la wits.
A promised spiritual manifesta
tion iu the uVsri: Ann O'Della Dlsde
bar, weight 3J0 pounds, us the Prln
eosao, in green tights.
Oen. Palmer is tho first Democrat
(thanks to the MoKinley bill) since
Stephen A. Douglas to represent Illin
ois In the United States Senate,
An Important election is pending It
concerns every citizen of Canton, espec
ially does it concern the Democratic
The Democratic party, true over to
Its ancient traditions. nronnswH to pIvb
nil tho voters a chance to vote tor their
choice In tho primaries. We have no
select committee to ilx up a ticket for
tho masses to voto for. Every mnn, b9
ho worth only ten cents, or 8100,000,
will have an equal choice In selecting
candidates. This is nccordlng to the
great doctrino of tho first great Demo
crat when ho wrote the Declaration of
Independence Ho proclaimed that all
men aro created equal, and endowed by
the Creator with tho samo rights nsany
other man, in tho pursuit of happiness.
We aro always in tho pursuit of happl
ness when wu, aro voting the Democrat
Now lot every Democrat turn out
nnd vote his choice at the primnries,
which occur on Saturday. March 21st.
Let us have a free and a full voto. Then
whoever gets a majority of n full vote
will bo tho choice of a majority of the
Don't forget tho date, nnd don't neg
lect your duty.
LOVE bHUuuiJ UNO Tnu VAY.
Yourcjc, iliMr ono, are llko the tars
Vitliln thn hcavem Rhinitis;
Your tress fair nrnuixl jour hrow
Aro ilcllcntoly tivlnliiff.
And iv) they full upon your neck
They fnlryllku ilo play no
That I rnn but this question (wU,
"Oh, If jou lovo mo, say so.1'
Tho froRrant roses on you pass,
Thouish In their bloom nnd beauty,
Within their petals shrink and gazo
And deem It but their duty.
For thoy nro envious of your clmrais
Then why do you delay so?
Oh, why not bants b ull my fears,
And If you lovo me, say so?
V. Jninleson In Now York Lcdcpr.
They NoTcr 5Iko a Mistake
"Pardon me, hut 1 think you hnvo mntl
a mlstnkoin counting this money," said a
mild mannered gentleman to the paying
teller of one of tho bl banks down town.
Tho mild mannered contlcumn had just re
ceived a bulky pUoof currency in e-Tchnngt
for a check, nnd had taken the precaution
to count tho money on tho spot. With o
look of disdain and In very frigid tones
tho teller replied: "Wo never make mis
takes hero, sir. You will find that to I
"But I nm crrtaln," said tho Gentleman
earnestly. "I havo counted these bills
twlco, nnd yon havo given mo too"
"You aro mistaken, sir," interrupted the
clerk haughtily. "I never makoa mlstuk
in counting money."
"But I toll you that In this lnstnnco you
havo," insisted tho gentleman very polite
ly. "You have given me too much."
"Sir, that is impossible. Please don't
tako up any moro of my timo. Thero nre
others waiting to bo attended to."
Tho mild mannered man looked sharply
at tho teller, and then, with a gesture-of
impatience, said: "Oh, very well. I can
stand it if you can." Ho placed tho roll of
bills in his pocket and left tho bank. An
observer of tho incident followed him out
and ventured to inquire, "Aro you sure
that tho teller gavo you too much money r"
"Yes, sir," promptly replied the gentle
man. "Ilo overpaid me $300, nnd ho will
find It out very soon, but he will never ud
mit it. That man would lao half a year's
salary rather than admit that ho had made
a mistake. With somo paying tellers that
feeling amounU to a mania. Next to their
lives they prlzo their reputations for ac
curacy." Now York Times.
Ovid tells us that tho first templo of
Vesta at Itomo was constructed of wattled
waim mm rooreawltu thatch llko tho prim
itive huts of tho Inhabitants. It was llttlo
other than a circular covered fireplace,
nnd was tended by tho unmarried girls of
tho Infant community. It served ns the
public hearth of Rome, nnd on It glowed,
unextinguished throughout tho year, tho
sacred lire which was supposed to have
been brought from Troy, aud tho continu
nnco of which was thought to bo linked
with tho fortunes of tho city.
Tho name Vesta Is believed to bo derived
from tho samo root as the Sanskrit wnj,
which means "to dwell, to inhabit," nnd
shows time showas the goddess of homo,
and homo had tho hearth ns its focus. A
town, a state, is but n largo family, nnd
what tho domestic hearth was to the
house, that, tho templo nf tho perpetual
fire, becamo to tho city. livery town had
its Vesta or common hearth, aud tho colo
nies derived their fire from tho mother
Should a vestal maiden allow tho sacred
lire to becomo extinguished sho was beaten
by the grand pontiff till her blood flowed,
aud tho new flro was holumuly rekindled
by rubbing together of dry wood, or by
focusing of siiu'h rays. It might not bo
borrowed. Tho circular form and domed
roof of the Templo of Vesta were survivals
of tho prehistoric- huts of tho aborigines,
which wero invariably round. Coruhlll
An Impromptu Irish I'uu.
Charles Lamb Konnoy, tho popular
journalist, dining at tho hoaso of a
friond, chanced to swallow a small picco
of cork with his wine, tho result being a
sovoro fit of coughing.
"Tako caro, my friond," said his next
neighbor, with a rather feoblo attempt
at humor; "that's not tlw way for Cork."
"No," gasped tho irrepressible sufferer,
"it's tho way to kill Kennoy." Loudoa
Read what Capt. A. E. Leo says
about the Boston postoillco and Gen
eral Corse. Why is it, that nearly all
the brainy Republicans are going back
on McKlnleylsm and this Baby Mc
Keo Administration, It looks almost
like a stampede.
Belva A. Lookwood is writing on
the subject: "Should glrU proposn?"
Belva claims that girls have just as
good n right to propose ns tho youug
men. In this Belva Is right. Tho old
rulo, that womon should wait to be
asked, Is a relio of barbarism.
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