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VOL. XVIH-NO XXXVJ.
FINDLAY, HANCOCK COUNTY, OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY ID, JS72.
WHOLE NUMBER 964
BK WOLFE, I
ti WOLFE, f
t t Editor.
mndntku Street: Firtt Door Rati of Pott Offle.
t One py, one year.
- ; JOB PRINTING.
ment In the shape of material of Uie latest
style, ana navinr, empiovea pmiii
arefal workmen, we are prepared to execute
orders tor every variety of Ptaw Airo Fajjcy
Job PBiirrnto with neatne and dispaten
I be addition of Steam Power to our establish
ment afford as great advantages over most
eonntryoffioeslntheway of low prices and
fast work Call with us and beoon vtnoed.
tlRST PRESBTTERIAN CBUSCH.Rer. A.
U vuiids- Pastor. Bervicee everr baobatn at
lOKo'eloek, A. M.,aiMi7 o'clock, P. M. Sab
bath Sehool U o'clock, A. M, Prayer Heet-
lM7 eloes:P.iMiirsaay evening, cor
ner of Main and Hardin street.
FIRST VONOREQA TZONAL CHVBCH.tHre
WJi.PelerseiPaator.Servloes every ttebbath
at. low o'clock. A. M and 7 o'clock! P M.
2 J . ST' 1
Kaotioia laonool 2 o'clock, P. M. Prayer Meet
ing 7 o dock Thursday evening. Broadway,
soutn oi jaaun-uross street.
MKT OD1ST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev.
Oliver Kennedy, Pastor. Servleei every Sab-
uatn at iu O'ciock, A. sl, ana I vchks, Mr.
M. Habbath School 2 o'clock, P. M. Prayer
- Meeting 7 o dock Thursday evening,
dusky street, west of Main street.
XNGL1SH ttCTBERAJT CHURCH, Rev.
P. a. Hooper Pastor. Uervtces every bauoath
at IOM -o'clock. A. M and 7 o'clock. P. M.
Sabbath School at XJ'elock, A. M. . Prayer
Meeting T o clock Thursday evening, craw-
rora streei west ot jtaui street.
uMlTKD BPKTHRKK Iff CHRIST. Rev. T.
J. Harbaugh,Pastor. Servloesevery Sabbath
at M o'clock, A. M- and 7 o'clock, P. M., Sab- i
batb Hcboolal Vo ciock.A. M. Prayer Meet-
Ing 7 o'clock Thursday evening. Corner of
Crawford and West streets.
CHURCH Ot WeiZi.lTont street,westof Main.
jtev. j. w. Awaerman, rastor Bervioeson
Sabbath at loS o'clock. A. M- and 7 o'cloo.
P.M. Sabbatb-school at 24 P. M. Prayer
meeung every Thurs day. evening at 7
o ci oca.
T. HICHAEL'S CATHOLlCCHURCH.Wef.
J. Mm YOOM. Pastor. verv other Sabbath.
KintMaoat o'clock, A. JL, High Mast atj
l, A. M Catechism at 8, P.M. Hemeesin
Kngusb, eermaa ana French. MsM every
morning at t o'clock. A. M. West end ol
Main -Cross street. . : . t w
Kev. M. Boerkla, Pastor. Services every
other SabbaUt at U o'clock, A. M Sabbath
School at o'clock, A. MV Singing Society at
7 o'clock Friday evening. Corner of West
and Front streets.
ESULISH REFORM KD (. PauTt) CHURCH,
Kev. josiah May, -aetor. eemoes every
other Sabbath at 10 o'clock, A. M. ast end
or uaia-crass street.
W ERMA N REFORMED CHUR CH. Rev. J. G
Italil, Pastor. Services every other, saonath
o'clock. A. M. Prayer
Wedaesday evening. aat end e( Main-
EVANGELICAL O VBCB. Rev. E. B
t 'nuiu Pulfir IWvImh.vwt Klhmlh at
10H o'clock. A. M.. and 7 o'clock, P. M.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. San-
dusky street east of Main.
at o'clock. A. M. 8abbath School at I Ac
er MeeUng at Jolock
FISDLAT COUNCIL, JTO. 50 B. 4s 8. M.
Regular Convocation second Monday in each
tnontn. i Astra wiwn, JL. l. u. js
riNDLAT CHAPTER, NO. 68, R. A. M.
Regular Convocation, First Monday in each
month. B. F. Kim MOHS,H. P, D. B. BBABD8
utT, secretary. ;
F1NDLAT LODOM. NO, W. P. A. M.
Regular Communication First and Third
Wednesdays In each month. M.B.PATTBB-
aoa W M,0. J. DbWoutk, Secretary.
ULAN CHARD LODGE, NO. & T. 4t A. Jf.
Regular Communication Second and Fourth
weanesaays in eoea wu- b. m. ia-
HOK4.W. &i F. W. Fuuujt,ceretary. s
V OLDEN RCLt EITCAXPXKMT,' NO. 02,
. V. O. F.. Stated meetings on the second
and fourth Friday of each month. 7 o'clock.
P. M, in Odd Feiiowe' Hall. D.C,FDHbb
C ana u, xx w iubkuh, serine.
3ANC0CZ LODOK, NO. TS, l a O'. T.
xtated meetlna every Tuesday raning'ar
T dock, P. M- in Odd Fellow Hall. i. M.
BUBKBTir. G J. C Powbli, SeCy.
UBDarLUTu ana Arrival OI mails ai Uie I
iijjau I in
nMlAV VAOT I TTl Ml
C11UUAJ A Wk ViilVU,
. . , ' ' - !.--
' ' DKrARTTTKX. '
OtrepSramek C.H.AC. RJts 5:20a. m
Fremont UraMch L. MR-' li30 p. m.
frtmomt Bnutek U O. A L.RR-- llilU a.m.
Vcm Smren. Porttutt. Maitge and MmUng
tyreca Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at
sa. m. . .
ML. Wanetara, Jdtmrttown ana jewtng $ vomer
Tuesday ana saturaBy, at 1 p. m.
Arunjfuw, rmmwswpucma MjwmKvm iunw
and Satarday, at I ft so. - - r-
Usaaoatoaro, aauvun ana aawmm Anuuusy
and FrlriRV at 1 n. m.
Oak t&&o, OUowa, jBeanete, Bebmor aftd Oii-
sea Tueauay ana r riasy, at a. m.
Senlon Mt-ir. manle sad PauUeton Friday,
at a a. m.
UrOamA and iilaffi Center Wednesday and
' " 4
Open at 7 a. ra. and close at I p. m.
Persons holding boxes must pay rent on the
same within the first ten dayso teach quarter.
Quarters commence Jan., April, juiy annuo.
Bum. tAVfn Kaiwiim ttimaeh the office
must pay the postage In advance, or they will
be discontinued. The following are the quar-
tinea a week. 46 cents: times. W cents:
times, IS eents ; twice a week, tueenta ; once
-week, a cents; monthly, over 4 ounces,'
eenta; 4 ounces and leas, S cents.
A. BALLOT, P. M.
jams air Beveai KJBies InaerTed 1st tfcis
esMtrsaaeatl tke paper At SU OaUara
Attorneys at Law
ATTORNEY AT LAW COLLECTION
ArenU Offlos In Carlln's Block, oppo
site the Court House, special attention giv
en to collection in town and country. Loans
negotiated on lavorarqeierma. iuot.w,isi.j
JAMES A. MOPE,
TTORNEY AT LAW. ,
edlM over W. L. Davis Co.'s Store,
Btrast, Flndlay, Ohio. (apr.!,1?!
1 TTORNEY8AT LAW, Flndlay, O. W1U
always be in attendance at their office.
Ver OIU WUWtwuer, ium ovum, w
Jie Court House, and wlUgiva prompt per
onai attention to all legal Cuslni entrusted
;o their care. . .
JACOB F. BITKM.KT, , . .
rKMHIEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
A and Notary Public Will attend prompt
y Iv all business entrusted to his care. Par
ticular alien Uoa given to Collections, Partl
ioning of lands, and business In Probate
fOFFICK on Mala Street, East of the Court
iruine In room formerly occupied by Brown
, SHlrEB aUMMk,
f f AVTNG formed 'a eo-partnershlp for foe
D. pracUeeof Law, will practice In State
uiil CniMd States Co una, and will give
prompt attenUon to all business plaeedT In
iJieir hands. Office in Wheeiert Block, Flnd
lay, Ohio. imay.
A Wul practice law in Stats and U.S.Courai
ua awend promptly to business intrusted to
r A . J ii tfjMnf the Peaee will attend
Room No. L Meiodevn Building, Flndlay. O.
jsh sr. uiui. .
a TTORNKY AT LAW and Notary Public.
A will practise in all Stale and Federal
juurta, omoe la PatMraon'a Block, Corner
data and Handnslry mreWA n no lay, unio.
CITUIUr BAJf K.
riARLINS CO, BANKERS. Banking
. in Bawaon's Block. No. m. Main
street, Findlay, Ohio. Bamkmt Horn from
iVuidock, i and from 1 to 4 e'clock, . M.
peelal aepoaua. . . .
JosK A Mexks. Cashier, r
ft HENDERSON'S BLOCK, Flndlay, Ohio,
I Sells JMaita on BngisaiiAreiani.cmny,
and all principal ciUesof Europe, la sums to
n in basin tri 11 ' I ' banking boa-
fZ-i; H. P. GAGE A CO.
f BST BATIONAE BANK OF FIIBfJlI
I fJTHOIUZJkU VAPlTAX-rao,asjL
V natea ueposiiory oi toe uniteu
Su-kim Hours from t to 13 e'clook. 1
,.tf tf. IttrreLorm: E. P. Jones. W. H.
K. tr. Joaa, rrtm k uAaiLB;iau,
Cigars and Tobacco
HOLKHA LK AND RETAIL DEALERSin
ars, xooaeeo, bms ana Pines. A
stock of Fin uut, snort's Plug and
Smoking tobacco. A foU line of Bale Goods
rjnrlTirt'r oa hand. Ha. 7a, Main
'Ian I M . '
jj MARVIN HOUSE. .
RNER MAIN ANDCORT STREETS. A
tj flrsuelsss house In every particular.
37 m. MarvUi A Co. Proprietors , also, dealers
asn stye w nntaiea, uc
A AMEBIC AX KTOtTBE,
40 RENNINQER. Pronrietor. Canir Mala
O. and Main-Cross Streets, Flndlay, Ohio. '
i xne central location of uus Honse makes It
the most desirable place tofctop at In Flndlay.
The tables are always supplied with the best
ra tne marzei. wouastaJeBaaa.liosuers.
Boots and Shoes
JOHK tWlia h T, H. BBDICK
pwgAT.rn iv K.MITX AND SHOES, Eltl
and Cpa, C'loQilng, LUIict and Findings.
No. 7 and Ml, twins' Block Mala Htreet,
- . A. JtOHEHBMV. -- -
If VENTAESUBGBON. Particular attention
I U given to the treatment of natural teeth.
asettifllleu auui gota-loll, Un-foil ana all ver.
Satisfaction guaranteed In all eases. Office
over weuu sbhoe Store. Main oLrweV t lndlay
Ohio. Oct. 4. 187a,
CE. Kl'liL, .
OPERATIVE AND MECHANICAL DEN
Ust, Croniley a Block.- Ail operations
pertalDinc to the Drofeaslon. eararullv .nil
skillfully performed. KeaidjBnce, Jie, West
Hardin Street. i
SCfefTEONTJENTIBT, having praoOeed twen-W-flve
years In Flndlav and vieinltv. will
Insert teeth bi all the different stvana. fiiiniii
ed Teeth and Gum treated In a scientific man
ner. Teeth extnacted without pain. Otiloaln
Uandemon's Block, ever Hancock Bank. .
-S. 4k J. H. HCBEK 4c Ctt-,
M iJiki.i i5HF?I 8tadonry' ,BcboI
-L' ,tc- Prescriptions accurately com-
poundedat all honrs-dir or nujht. PHrfoilv I
pounded at ail boors day or nietit.
urv vrugs guarai
Iain Cross Streets.
pure Urpgn-giiaranteed. Corner Main and
Dentists Dry Goods
THE GREAT CASH HOUSE, ""Old Tilte
Corner." by Court Hoose. A eomntote Drv I
J. J. WULELKB dk C4fc
pvKALKRB in Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
w viucern. ouuuiwia Baoes. iuuiina4mu
etcetcNos. 81 and Si, Main Street, flndlay,
j. a. niiii.iirtHi. . w.a.rosT
J.. BAI.I.EXTIHE 4k CO
DEALERS IN FOREIGN and Domestic Dry
eooda. Millinery Goods, Yankee Notions,
White Goods. FnrnlMhlne Quads. Nrv 7y Ifmln
Store, Hat and Cap Store, Millinery Store, Fur
svore, varpei etore. ine ptaoa Wheat) el owe
ouyersouy. t auow the crowd.
!AT-ri:aUUJM 4t WU.UKKH,
A TilHWriTDRY GOODS,Mill!nerrGoode'
AJ Ladies' and Gent's Fnra. Clotblnr. Car
pets. Hats, Caps, etc, Noa. n sadMJUia Bt,
TITHOLSSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
ill in Grocerels. Flour. Fish and a General
Variety in the Grocery and Provision line.
Good prices aald for Butter. Ebvs. and Coun
try Produce generally. East side of Main St
nrsvuoor uortnoi uoit House uiocc,rinaiay,
Vnio. I April U, TO-U.I
ISAAC DAVIS. flXMBY B CBBBJI.
DATIS 4k OKEEaT,
ITT HOLES ALK AND RETAIL GROCERS I
1 V and Commission Merchants and Dealers I
Flour, Halt, Fish, Wooden and Willow Ware I
Ac Corner ol Main and Kanduidtv ftrraets. I
W.X.DATX8. . j. w. davis M. i dbtwixbu. I
TT HOLES ALE AND RETAIl"gROCKRS I
T ana aeaiers in r lour, r-rovioons, w ooaen
Notions and general variety. Goods at
and 23, Main Street.
Willow and Stone Ware, Confectionery, Fruits. I
Notions and general variety. Good at W bole-1
sale, at Cleveland and Toledo prises. Nos.il
RTJTUKFFF A COST,
DEALERS In Agricultural Imr
Nails. Glass. Sash. Pnttv. Be
.uik of Shelf uSodT xS i7m
gkg5iri88 an $ut&tm$.
, T. w. Fisunir. k. i
J lAfl ABU DUaUMIA.
AKBOW HUKD. trjrrr H. D. """
ECU 4tBA 1LASD;
PHYSICIANS AND SDRGEuNS,taavinglbr-1
med a partnership to practice Medicine and
Surgery will promptly attend to all calls. Of-
over Frey lounger's Drug Store. .
in swing's 1UOCK. aver crystal rronturnr
Store. Residence on East Hardin Street, ad
uuwk xsMim ui ricHijrwnaa vuurcn.
CHAS OE9TTKIJH. W. M. DXTWILKB
tsTEKLIH 4k DETWILEK.
HOMCEPATHIC PHYSICIANS SUR
GEONS. Office and Residence Main Sb,
urpwiivmo vroii. noqag, r Jim lay uyio.
ENTKUalH 4k MLLU,
PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS. Surgical and
Chronic esses desiring to consult Dr. Kn-
trlMn will find him In the office Wednes
day and Saturdays from 10 o'clock a m. mi
elocKD.n. IJr Millar ejan rw mnm tjvl in
"esaays ana rmayeat same neurs. ctmoe
room formerly oocnoled bv Dr. Kntrikin.
- MR. A. C. I.INaAT. ' -
V 1TE8 THE ATTENTION OF THE LA
dles to her fresh and desirable stock of Mil
Goods, Hats, Bon nets and Trimmings:
,-ir-rnii iwiminfiti oi lAa m nr.
nlshing Goods of the latest styles, bought a!
late aeeune. and will be sold at mnwnnn.
prices. Lannert'a Block, East side Mala
Btreet, tnaiay, Ohio. I April 6, TO-tf)
ESS 1TIJA A. FARMER.
TVESIRES to call attenUon to her stock of I
aillimerrUOOda Mate. Hoanatamnd Trim. I
minga. wuicaane is reeaivma at w. H. A J. j
v's Store, Main Street. Flndlay, Ohio.
S. OSBOBH. I A. BALDWIJI
GENERAL-PRODUCE M ERCHANTS, Deal
ers In Butter, Eggs, Lard, Feathers, Seeds,
Frulta,Beeswax, Pelts, Hides and Coua
j-Toaaoa oi au eacnpuoDa,
: How Lost How Eestored. I T
wrsn- Jt published, a new edition ol
, Dr. t-wlverwella Celebrated
Essay on the radical ear (with
ont medieinelof Kpkrs iouhoi
uroeuunat weaaneas, involuntary Benunai
LOBBB. IMPOTENCT. Mental aad Physical
Impedimenta to Marriage, etc I
Consckptioh, Fpilepbt and Fits, in-1
by seif-indulgenoe or sexual extrsva-1
VPriea, In sealed envelope, only cents. I
The celebrated author. In this admirable I
clearly demonstrates from a thirty I
successful practice, that the alarming I
consequences ot self-abuse may be radically I
without the dangerous use of internal I
median or tne application of the knife; I
poruuug mn m ipone oi cure at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
auflerer, no matter what his condition
be, may cure himself cheaply, privately.
e This Lecture should be in the bands ol
youth and every man in the land.
Bent, tinder seal, in a plain envelope, to any
ddress, pastpowf on receipt of six eents, ortwo
23 cents. Address the Publishers,
CHAS. J.C KLINE CO.,
127 Bowery, New York P. O. Box l8t.
. TO THE SUFFERING.
The Rev. William H. Norton, while redding
Brazil as a Missionary, discovered In that
of medicines, a remedy for Const; bp-
SCBOFTJLA. SOBS THROAT CorawA
Colbs, AaTmra, ajto Ncbvoo Wkakhess.
remedy has oured myself after another
medicines had failed.
Wishing to benefit the affering, I will send
recipe for preparing and using this reme
dy to all who desire it FREE OF CHARGst :
Please send an envelope, with your name
address on it. Address.
. Rev. WILLIAM H. NORTON, ;
676 Broadway, New York City.
:diZ '-j '.wedlock. : J i D '.
The Basis or Civil Society,-Essays for
Young Men on the honor and happiness of
Marriage, and the evOs and dangers of Celib
with sanitary help for the attainment of
position in life. Sent freeJn sealed
envelopes. Address, HOWARD -ASSOCIA
TION, Box P, Philadelphia, Pa. : nor
,f W BOK nr eM ismMsmp
FIRST HELP IN ACCIDENTS AND
,', IN SDCKNESS..
' i ; ' : 1 -- i ' . - t -'
A Guide In the' absence ot Medical Assist
ance. Published with the approval of the
Tbe following are soaaeof Its subjects:" "
Bites, Bleeduig, Broken Bones, Brataea,
Burns, Choking, Cholera, Cold, Contealons,
Dislocations, Drowning, Dysentery. Fevers,
Fractures, Hanging, Nursing, Poisoning.
Scalds, Small-pox, Sprains. SuiiocaUon, Sun
stroke) etc, etc. 7 .
This volsaie, written ly eminent Pbysl.
daas,lias bean prepared for the press by the
Kditomof. - t .
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by all Booksellers, and Bant by mall,
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A f.KK A Vlrf-.lt MOORE,
- w m wis v l
: a w. a vwav- wwrwvr.' '
a w a mm a, a a w a n w 0 a V
(Cor. Mala and Buckeye staj
Music taught In all Its branches. Bend for
urcuiarsio rKOr.CilAa.Av. SUTTON,
Reflect upon your condUtoau If yoavoohlbe
cureu oi uie usxnoie luuiib iinrrtBl
V 1 ' m. WIEXIAB3,
All eonuaunlcstiouastrlctiy private.
The Second Term of this floarlhliig tastltu
Monday, Nov. 27, 1871
Continue SIXTEEN EEKS
It It thAOlllAd AfttlA Tnltaktlrtn A .wiirliln
thebestmeans of obtaining a thorough and
practical education for all who wlHh to attend.
neiwer pains ner expense have boon spared
to make the Institution all
wish as a place for the education oftheircbll
dren. The curriculum ftnhraritsi. liauliln the
w urancuea, - - ,
Qennan. . French.
-.j- and Penmanship
No extra Atm Inr mv hruih Hv.rf liul
in the euniculum. . ,
TUITION For common branches. Me per
week; for higher, Uo.
VUUU HIHni m.tl rkA AnialnMI a fKnm wr wa
t3 76 per week. Kooin reut fromaBc tooOcper
A Normal elaas will ha fnrnuwl a.k Um
for theaperJal inatruetlon of those desiring to
ANormsITArm nfdTWMVi is tni.ni rM
mow wne cannot He In attendance a full
term at anv eraiviit nr th. vnar
Particular attention will be given to the
Theory and Practice of Tnanhlnir dnrkiir thai
Mtaale taabg-at In all it departments.
CALENDAR FOR 18711. ' '
Winter term hpHn. - - nn. 27,
Spring term blt. i.wh 26.
ormai term oeains i F"i" 18.
For further information send for catalogue.
, H. S. LEHK,
Oct. H, 1871-m. J. G. PARK
NEW GROCERY !
ADAMS 4 CO. would say to the citizens
Lui.lLhxl . f.rii- jwwT v.ii.ZiLT
and will keep Flour, Fish, Salt. audaU kinds
oiGfooeriea. wblca will be sold at
They will pay Flndlay prices, in CASH, for
Produce of all kinds.
Cash paid for Hides and Pel la.
May 13. urO-tf.
IB. F. Xoliins"on,
General CoIIcctiug Agent,
OFFICE-Wlth ShaferBroWbceler'. Block,
"IfTILL attend to all business entrusted to
his care, aad make Dnnnrretnnu. Ra.
rers dv permission to W. 11. A x. J. Wheeler
Whitelev A Blackford. J. S. PaUenmn. Khfr
Bros, H. Brown, D. C Fisher and many oth
- una - i
"XTTK would Inform our old customers and
Tf u mauir kflv onei u m&T favor us with
their patronage that wa haY removed our
Dyatt'a IVcw ltutldin?!
Wnere they will be aeeommedated at all
times with the best of Fresh Meats, at the
Lowest Markaav-Friees. Thankful for nasi
wore, we trust, oy nur aeaiing, to merit an
A, & t . kAKU.
April , 1870 tf.
INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND THE PUB
lle in geaeral that be has completely fitted
his room, north of Davis Green's, where
uewui oonsianuy aeep tne vanona kinoa ol
Ktna akato at as ixrw Prices as they c
behadalaswlMirBi - .
A. li . ! - Mnn Knt .K. S!. W
m may beeertalnof eutainrng tiat-clast
Tothe 3?utlib. I
-- - v- ' . ' - V . i 1
DAM SOURS would Inform tke public
cared in "atvlnr fits" to
lo tsniwr lum with their
that he Is stilt em
who may chooaa to
Parti emar attention naM to en tl n r. and naat
tasty flu warraniedinall cases. T am is as
as elsewhere. Give me a call. Hender
son Block, up-stalrs. second door from the
rnnr. ; t ; 1 lnstr.
m now mantjfacturinq horse
ruwKHs, auapta 10 tne ruuning 01
-Sawirig: Machines, and
SAWS, and other aurDoses reucirine similar
power. Call and see ma before Durchatins-
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Its past, rusEirr, abtd tutube.
ORIGIN, PROGRESS AWT) RESULTS
OF Ttit. OKEAT CHICAGO ON
' - FLAGBATION.
graphic scenes, Incidents, and details of
disaster. Lists of the principal Bankers,
Manufacturers, and Merchants who- are loos
A complete picture of Chicago before
after the fire. The Trade and Commerce
Chicago. Details of Its Municipal Affairs,
the Great Fires of the World.
The statistics of the Fire Department, with
description of the -Wonderful Water Works.
Description of the Sewerage, paving and build
ing materials. The extraordinary marvel ot
River running up stream. The number,
location and mode of operating tbe Grain El
evators. History and description of the -famous
Stock Yards, The number of Railroads,
Lake Trade afaS Commerce.
From personal observations by
r OEORGE P.TJPXO; '
. V. . (Peregrine Plekie). t V
Xiferary Editor Chicago Tribune,
. JAMES W. SHEAHAN,
3 j- 4UUVTlgr UHGIV? irWBM;
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[From the N. Y. Tribune.]
JAMES FISK, JR.
Jaacs Fitk.jr , iiasbcea dttcribol
by cce ol Lis admirers as Ibe most
faednatiDg chsracter of Ihc Nine
teeDtb. Century. 'Ta'k about Alad
ia !" esclaimctl tuo ronreseatative
hero. TKorsbippc-r rrom wLotu wc quote.
-WLy, Lera.voi Lave AUd'lia uader
jour very r-jes driving a jieddler'a
cart onu nay, trrJ couiiii to aciv
Y01U tbo tiil ta '.be ruler of the
stock market, uLcro he Las excited a
greater kflaenee upon business thin
any otber cne man in the world.''
Al!ow;n for a little enthusiasm, titU
does not niuc'a exaggerate tlie extra-
ordinary vicissitudes ol this cxtraor-
uinary man's career, lie was corn
, IUrininotfiri. Vprmr.nt. r.r, ll.o l .f
Apri' 1S34.. II;8 father was a
peddler, driving one of those ta
r.amous tr3 i.s, s.Ui so commoa m
thermal tlUtiic'a of New EnI-ind,
storrd with a!icoci, linwarc, la:es,
tnnkets, ar.ri lic!i5Cl:oI.I utc.isils, at
which the fairceis' wivc3 f.nd dan"L-
lers do the mi 6t cf tlieir tiiorpip"
broro J2nmnston lie rcrmvc.l to
Brattlcboro, where Jam;3 olitaincd
the little eduialion ho ever not at
dntiiet school. It wai nothir."
mnm t!'Ti a n-r'ipritp irnui'nnri-i
more l"aJ a E-C-crate acqia.a.antc
WllU fie allltiabCt an J the COnV-UOOk.
r..r ,njMfri.il t!i ! nf cnoll
bevtr tnJSU;rt.il VIS -.1 O! BpeU-
ana TO HiC enil Ot ll!3 life lia'l a
. . . - ,,
-- j - .
plrlnr Fik h-" tti snrio nm'imri-iil
rUL.r A ,s , t-Ji-n.rt.131
ln&tlDCU BUil U llttiC OI tl.C batCC
.,. r ....,. ; i,5
v. ......v, .umj.-iui,.
wh:c!l afttrwar'l di-rtinxnishrd the
son. lie bun: aa ;n i, ana in aeuult
a salisfjctory tenant used o!tcn to
manage ii Iiiuhu'I: the son at ouch
times was cm;.'lovcd as waiter.
There i9 a rcr.cit that Jarac3 made
Diet acqruntanco with tbe ouLside
world in some haxule capaci'y in
conaectinn wim a travtnng cucus or
rcenagetic : but hia ambition was to
a peddler. He began bj traveling
with his father. Pretty soon he wa
intrusted with a separate wagob, nui
ended by bujirg cut the buiintsf,
taking his worthy 6ire r.s hia
hired wan to drive oce of the vehicles.
With the brightest wagons, the
Bhowiest horses, and tlie most glit-
lenng harness mine ;a'.c, an-l with
abundance of that ready wis and
good natured impudence lor which
hfterward became limou?, Le
prospered so fat tliat be was coon
of the principal jobbers in Ver
mont. Ho bought his fccpidies ot
Jordon fc Harsh is Boston, and the
members of this Orra were eo lai
pressed with his shrewdness Uiat
eve hiru a position in their
establishment as ealesmaa. From
salesman he became a partner. He
made some excellent bargains with
Government during the war. I:
eaid that he made a happy stroke
8ruoe"lin; cotton through the
lines. In four years he retired from
firm with capital enough to open
dry goods shop of his own. In
months - more Lis nieni v was
gone and the business wa- closed
When he appeared in-New Yotk in
18G4, ana otieucd a broker's dike in
Broad-st, hit ; entire capital consisted
historv can ba bclievad) of a bor
rowed silver watch. II Le had any
thing more than that lie soon losi it,
when he introduced himself to
favor of Daniel Drew, by nego
tiating for him the sale of the Brisol
ol steamboats, be was practically
penniless. Mr. Drew first set him
as ti broker, ia parlnsrship with
Beldcn, and employed the new firm
carrying on cis famous war with
Vandcrbilt for the porssssloa of the
Ki'.lway. lhat warfare n a
matter of history, which we need no'.
reccuot. When the crisis came.
the eve of the election ot Direc
in Oilober, 1867, there were
contestants in tbe field. Fisk
as serving under the Drew party,
ho wanted to be reUwuc-d in cilice.
Vanderbilt, master ol Harlem Hud
River, sod Central, scernt. ! to be
tbe point of securing Eric also
Eidiidge was the leader of the Bos
ton, Hartford and Erie party, which
wanted to get into the Erie Directory
the purpose o mailing lhat Com
guarantee the bends ot their
w.ini.lefs. roaa. l.!.:ndge was
assisted by GoulJ. As a result of
compromise by which llv; three
opposing interests coalesce.', Fhk
G-juld were both chosen Direct
ors of Erie, and from tie month of
October, 1807, da'.es the memorable
association of these two choice spirits
so famous in the money markets
the world. Tney were not the
counterparts, but the complements of
other. Fisk was bold, nnscru
pnlous, dashing, enterprising, ready
execution, powerful in his influ
ence over the lower and more sen
sual order of men. Gould was art
ful, reticent, long headed, clear ol
brain, fertile of invention, tenacious
purpose, and no more bun'ened
unnecessary samples than Lis
more noisy and flashy companion.
They were not long in joining for
tunes. At the Lima of tte famous
corner the next March, they
ostensibly working oa opposite
sides. Gould acting for Vsiderbilt,
Fisk being the man to whom
Drew intrusted 50,000 shares of new
stock, fiecreily issued, to be used
when Vandetbilt's brokers began to
The mysteries of that trans
action are fully known only to a few
the principal actors. An injunc
tion of Judge Barnard's bad forbid
den Drew or anybody connected with
road to manufacture any mere
stock by the issue of convertible
bonds. But Drew was "short" of
; the Vanderbilt pool threatened
; and stock mnn be bad.. The
certificates had already been
made ont in the name of James Fiek,
and were iivthe hands of tbe Sec-,
retary who was enjoined frorc Usuing
Mr. Fisk saw a way out of
difficulty. The Secretary gave
t!ie certlficat? ln.,ks U an emp!ov-e
of the road, with directions to curty
tlicmca.'clully n ihe traus'rr t tike.
The iuess:cr:er returned in a moiutni
empty-handed and U1 the avoti
lancd becratary that Mr. Fisk hai
met him at the door, taken tbe books,
and "ran away wiit, thcra !" Oj the
same day the convcrtihla bonds cor
r Bpontling to thtsa certificates were
piaed cn the Secretary's desk, and
rs socn cs Vanderbilt fcod forced up
ths pi ice of Erie, Fif-k's new shares
were tin own upon the market, and
bought by VamterbiU's agents before
lutir oiium was suspected. Mr Fiik
union una'cly bul not yet cultivated
the iniima e relations with Judge
IJ.truard wl.ic'a lie subsequently su3-
isibe'i. wuen me Drew party ap
plied for aa order from Judge Gilbert
in DrotiLIyn, enjoining Barnard's in
junctions she petitioner who accused
lhat ornament of the Kew York
bei-tli of a cuiiupt couspirucy to
speculate in Erie stcck, wa3 none
other th:;a Fists partner. Mr. B..1-
dci). The next morning Iiarnard
assucd an order of arrest for con
tempt, and Fitk, with the who!e Erie
Directory, lied to Jeraey City, carry
ing $7,000,000 or money and the
books end papers of the Company.
Among tbe most valuable of the
aeeels transferred on that occasion
Taylor's Hotel was Miss Helen
MansfLdJ. -I went to
Jersey," testified this fair creature
some weeks ago in the suit which hss
just come to bo tragical a termination,
"witn me cilicera ct the Eric Com
pany and the Railroad paid all the
expenses." Mr. Fisk could afford
tmuse himself. He had made
filly or sixty thousand dollars by Lis
day's work in Droad at, and he had
satisfaction of knowing that he
had not only beaten Vanderbilt and
Jjarnarti, bul oulwit'.ed even his par
ticular frisnd and patron. Mr. Drew,
Lad now practically the greater
share ot the management on Lis
shoulders, though in name Le was
enly Controller. lie softened public
indignation by subsidizing a gang of
ruinuns, ostensibly in the V anderbilt
interest, to besiege "Fort Taylor,''
it ior tne purpose cl kidnaonino-
Directois, and organizing a band
i ail way bands to mount guard
out. ilia hottl. He dogged the
rs cf Mr. Drew, who was 6lealine
to New Yo:k by nijjht to make
frccict compromise ior himself alone
Mr. V anderbilr, aad when Drew
car:i:d oil the funds of the Company,
compelled hioi to bring them
by putting an attachment on
money in bank. A bill was now j
introduced at Albany to legalize
Drew's overissue of stock. Is was
eieleated. Mr. Gould visited the
capita! with half a million of dollais
ca:nc bttk without a cent, and
b'll which three weeks before
been rejected by a vote of 83 to
was carried by a vote of 101 to C.
r.as followed by a cencral sus
pension ul hostilities. Tbe scanda
lous network of irjunctions had be
come so intricate lhat one general
wan obtained sweeping it all
away. Jr.iie Barnard was placated
Eome earner not made public.
lVttr U. Sweeny, who. as the
representative of Tammany, Lad been
appointed ' Itecciver'' of the proper
ty of the railway company after it
been cariisd out of reach, wa3
allowed 8150,000 for his trouble ol
snking care ol nothing ; and the exiles
returned to New York. In one of
characteristic fits cf Iraskness,
James Fisk afterward on tte witness
dcsctibeJ the settlement which
ensued cs an ,:a!mighty robbery."
Directors of Erie took 50,000
ehares of ttock cffVanderbilt's shoul
ders i 70, and gave Lim $1,000,000
besides. Eldrid go go. $ 1,000,000 of
acceptances in exchange for
63,000,000 of Boston, Hartford and
which became bankrupt very
afterward. Drew kept all he
made, but was to pay $540,000
the Erie treasury and 6tand ac
quitted ot rll cltinjs the corporation
might have against. Nearly half a
trillion more wss required to pay the
and iliscomiiiue the suits.
gelling nothing personally,
out sgiicst the arrangement
the conspirators consented to
him the Ene Railrond ! ' Drew
some others were to resign, and
and Gould to take possession of
Tlius began the most t xlraordinarv
chsptci3 ot railway management the
Las ever eecn. A series of
diblniuorable transactions on the
exchange had plundeieJ oue ol
mcst magnificent roads in Amer
ica of cbout 80,000,000, and left it,
aa empty tressury aad a legacy
lawsuiis, under the control of two
adventurer?, wuo had not experience
enough to run a band-car. They
advautsgc of tbo claim which
followed to clear cut the old Board
Auditors, and concentrate all
iu tbo hur tlliees as Presi
dent, Vice President, Treasurer, and
Controller when they then divided
ejualiy, each taking two. There
already been indications of an
alliance wi;u the Tammany King, and
bargain wis now completed by
adnii$icn of Tweed and Sweeny
the tlirf cturslup, and Ihe appoint
incut of Darniird as Judge in ordi
nary They needed strengthening.
fctock bad gone down to 44, aud
destined soon to go to 20. Van
dcrbilt v,a3 still to be feared, acd an
election for directors wa3 coming on,
ihe Iling might be completely
destroyed. How Fisk and Gould
these difficulties everybody
knows. The printing press was set
running to manufacture mere stock.
Englishmen were investing heavily
Eric just then, with the idea ap
parently lhat because it was cheap it
be good Fisk and Gould sold
new stock to them, but kept it in
own names, as brokers, on the
transfer books, and so could vote for
themselves with ita!ter it bad parsed
of their posicssica. Finally.
tie foreign holders, alarmed at
dprcciation cf the property, sent
certiGcitcs to New York and
scnght to baveathc-in transferred in
usual way, Mr. Fisk, with the
ssdistacce of Gould and Barnard,
(hem under cover of a fictitious
and Lad them placed in the
of Judge Barnard's Gralz, who
aa safe a voter as Fisk himself.
suits of all kinds wbich filled up
first year of Mr. isk a manege
arc bewildering for number and
variety.. Tuerc wer suits against
Vanderbilt, against Drew, against
tnd Ischell, against nearly all
leading newspapers. The scan
dal cf tie injunction system reached
point never before dreamed of, and
tbe disgrace of the Supreme Court
(which Judge Barnard once at least
in bed) became a shame to the
country, ine crowning infa
was tbe pas? iag of tbe Classifica
bill, which Tweed forced through
Legislature of 1S69. Under that
Fisk, GoulJ, Lane, and Tweed
themselves managing directors
the Erie Railway Company for five
The terms of tbe bargain by
tbis valuable service was pur
of the Tammany Ring are
supposed to be indicated in the
infamous enjoined letters from Fisk
Miss Mansfield, which were per;
hap indirectly the canse of the pres
eat tragedy. But it is known that
pij-t of i lie arrangement covered the
issiip or fraudulent naturalization pa
per?, to le turnisbed by Tweed and
.listrihi'ed bv Fisk along the line of
the road. Tbe appearance of the
railway magnate on tbe platform at
the Democratic Convention in Tarn
many Hail, and the indignation with
which Mr. Balmont lefc the chair.
when Fisk was called upon to speak.
will long te remembered
We buall not undertake to trac
the complicated suits which Fisk and
his eonfederates have since promo
ted in the Supreme Court, the battle
with the Albany and Susquehanna
roa'i, lue scandalous proceedings
agsinst Uimsey, or the long warfare
with the English stockholders which
is still raging. Probably it would
be un'air to hold Lim principally re
sponsible for the judical scandals in
which be was Im most conspicucas
figure. His was not the cunnine
Dram wuica devised tne shameful
chicanery, acd planned out lonz
legal campaigns, full ot ambuscades,
and surprises, and treacheries, and
dishoro s He wasra her the daring
ana reckless execntor or tbe designs
of more crafty associates ; but it was
the natnre of the most conspicuous
tigcre of any company into which he
might be thrown. In that band of
"briggans" (to use his own orthoz
rapby) which has held possession of
the Erie roa 1 for Hip Ivit four years,
ne lias always heen ibe loudest and
biggest ; but we doubt whether he
has been the captain. He has glitter
ed ribbjns and gay breeches. His
arms have been the brightest. His
swaoger has heen the grandest. But
there has been a more astute masker
behind him. It was the peddler's
tasie lor varnish which placed tbe
oiiices in a theatrical palace and
tilled them with magnificence of carv
ed wood and gilding and burnished
morocco and monstrous mirrors. It
was in a spirit of barbaric magnifi
cence rather, perhaps, than of specu
lation, that he brought the Eighth
Wenue Unera House and leased
part of it to the railroad ; bought
the filth Avenue Theater; bought a
Summer garden np town, for the pur
pose of ruining a restaurant ; bonght
two lines of steamboats and put him
self into naval uniform ; bonght
everything lhat would keep the name
James Fisk, jr., perpetually in the
public ear, the pjrily figure ot tbe
James hi-k, jr, perpetually in the
public eye. But in managing the
business details of the railway cor
poration, shrewd as he was, he need
the help of a different class of men
The famous gold conspiracy of Black
fridayin which he played so prom
inent a part wai probably not of his
devising. It wss his duty to conduct
l resident to Boston and enter
tain him on Lis steamboat while the
keener confederates employed the
social hours in working upon the
mind of tbe unsuspicious chief mag
istrate. Wnen iisx, in bis laced
uniform, marched into the Boston
Coliseum in tbe suite of Gen. Grant,
doubtless felt that he had played
share of the game, and was as
near happiness as he ever could be.
when black Friday came, it
needed just such a man of nerve and
headlong moral courage to carry on
desperate bidding of the corner,
-cd to repudiate their contracts
when the President at last overthrew
them. Even the Erie lawsuits are
of incidents characteristic of
recklessness, of which we
need only instance the outrageous
eat of Mr. Bowles in December,
18G3, and the employment ot a gang
railroad hands at the Albany and
Susquehanna Railroad election, dur
ing tbe course of the Ramsey quar
rel. It is to the vagaries of his pri
vate li e, however if FUk can bo
said to have had any private life
that the eyes of the vulgar have been
turned with the greatest interest.
trenpes of the dancing girls and
opcra-boufie singers whom he suppor
ted at hi theaters, exhibited in his
box, and paraded in public places on
his arm ; the splendor of his
equipages ; the gloriei of his toilet ;
rumored luxuries of his banquet
ing rooms and his buffet; his lavish
generosity ia giving, and his ingenu
ii never paying; his insolence
wit ; hi i vindic'.iven23s and his
good-nature ; his thirst fo. notorie
and his unparalleled contempt for
public opinion ; his boldness in de
fying laws and courts, coupled with
comical sort of cowardice in the
of physic tl danger, these
things have bee a the talk of New
York for four years and have made
name of Jam? Fisk, jr., noto
rious froui London to San Franciso.
nodcubtlhey have been admired.
Bad, gross, sensual, vulger as he was,
bad not only troops of associates,
hundreds of admirers. Young
saw in the career of this poor
roue the road to wealth and pleas
He was chosen colonel ota rez
iment of militia, marched it to Bos
in defiance of the unwillingness
the people of that city, encamped
it at Long Branch, was cheered
sometimes in tbo street", and when
serenaded the Grand Duke Alexis
admitted to an introduction with
Imperial young man. He ran away
disgracefully during the Orange riots
July, but did not seem to diminish
popularity even in- his own regi
ment. Tbe domestic relationa ; but
bore Lis bead as high as ever.
is the worst of his offenses that
tnis brilliancy of his rapid career
the rude IcnhomU of his manner
did so much to fascinate the weak
blunt the moral sense of the
young. He and his associates did
more than any otber men except
Tweed to corrupt the bench and the
more even than Tweed himself
defile the judical ermine in the
public sight, and degrade in general
estimation names once honored in
roll ot advocates. He did his
to destroy what honor there was
in tbe market. He found spec
ulation a sort of gambling, and he
made it nothing better than free
booting, fie defiled a stage that
bad enough already. He popu
larized sins that common decency
to conceal. But worse than all
wss the insidious influence by
which he relaxed business morality,
taught young men just starting
the race of life that any uneduca
ted boor could get off a peddler's cart
steal a railroad without going to
or being kicked out of so-called
respectable houses, ihe only way
get on, in the Fisk philosophy,
to cheat friends and enemies
alike, bribe, lie, cheat, steal, and have
good time. Pet hsps it is a mercy
G d that the end of his career has
furnished 6ucb a startling and dra
matic contradiction to the lesson of
past Eucccss. Two of the most
conspicuous vices of bis life his in
continence, and bis prostitution of
courts to schemes of robbery and
vengeance have led diree'ly to his
A lady walking a few days since
on one of tbe wharves of New York,
asked a sailor whom she met, why a
t-hip was called "she." The son ot
Neptune replied that it was "because
the rigging cost more than the hull.''
THE KUK-LUX TRIALS.
T I a II . . v
aub louowiog remarks by Ju ie
Bond, after listening to the confess
iou ot several or me Ivulvlux pris
oners recently on trul at Cjlumbia,
South Carolina, are a terse review of
A"y 1 W W .a.
- x ou nave pleaded guilty to an
indictment which charges you with
conspiring, with other men through
. . - . .. ..
o mis oiaie to mtimiuaie a cer
tain class of voter by means of
threats, beating, and even killinz
because that class of citizens were
opposed to the conspirators ia pol
"We acknowLledge great perplex-
ity ia etermining what punishment
shall be meted out to you. We
have no words strong enough to sig
nify our horror at the means employ
ed to carry out the purpose of
the klans. Our difficulty is pe'sor
ai to j on.
Yon hava. aa it -mnra.a fmm mnr
statements to the Court, been
brOUCht n-j i the m .Ht rionln-nh e
ignorance. At the age of manhood,
but one or two of joa can either
read or write, and you have lived ia
community where the evidence
seems to establish the fact that the
men of prominence and education
those who by their superiority in
these respects establish and control
public oppinion were ior the most
nan nartipinant. in thn M..n;ra
or an mnrh in tprrr f ss n
could obtain from them neither pro-
tection noradvice.had vou sought it
There is abundant prcof of the
nature and character of the consoir-
acv. Evidence of nisrhtlv raids bv
CD j J
ban Is of disguised men, who broke
lato the bouses of negroes and drajr
ged them from their beds parents
and children and, lieiog them to
rees, unmercifully beat them, is ex
hibited in every case. MurdVr. and
rape are not infrequent accompaoi
menu, the story ot which is to) in
cident for public mention. The per
sons noon whicu these atrocities are
committed are almost always colored
a . " I
people. Whatever exsaie is given
a raid, iu conclusion was afraost
alwnva aprnmnanio t hir ri-Kniro fnr
former exercise of the suffrage
and a warning as to the future exer-
se of the risrht to rote.
"Bat what U nnit aa erWiino-
vyuuri as tue nomoie nature oil
these offenses ia the utter absence oa
your part and on the part of others
who have made confession here ot anv
sense or feeling that you have dona
anvthins very wronr in vour confess-
paricipatien in outrages which are
unexampled outside ot the Indian
"Some of your comrades recite the
circumstances of brutal, unprovoked
murder, done by themselves, with as
little apparent abhorrence as they
would relate the incidents or a picoic,
you yourselves speak of the num.
of blows with a hickory, which
inflicted at midnight upon the
lacerated, bleeding back of a defense
woman, without so muca as a
blush or sigh of regret. None of you
seem to have the slightest idea of, or
respect for, the Bacredacss of the hn-
maD person. Some of you have your
selves been beaten by the klans with
feeling a smart but the physical
pain. There appears to be no wound
of the spirit; no such sense ot
injury to yourself ai a man as would
felt by tbe humblest dT your fel
citizens in any other psrt of the a
United States with which I am ac
There the citizen upon whom such of
outrages were perpetrated, stung to
madnessbv the insult to his manhood.
would ba awift to tnllnw th wmno-
to the end of the world to maVa
nmifnrit Vnn m.u
this in vour statement to the Court
mn ro bnnr.nt - nt tbo
klann wnnf.l hav "r,AiPn vnn n,l
killed you, had you refused to U'9J
them in their crimes. Some of
vonnownartienlarlv before ma hnvp I
actually suffered for your refusal, be
you really united in membership
them. The Court, in an endeav
to recognize come features of hu
manity in you, has considered these
facts which you plead as excuses.
have grown up in a country
where slavery existed ior a long time,
where the whipping post was a
standing institution. I
"To see blacks flagellated was no
unusual occurrence. The scene often I
viewed,with its novelty lost its revolt-
effect. And when it came to be
understood that the human person
not so sacred in the colored man I
to secure immunity from outrage,
did not take it long to lose its sa I
character in yourselves, and in I
other men who, like the colored
were obliged to labor. It must
from this cause that vour utter in-
dinerence to wronrrs which, amonz
freemen would stir a fever in the
blood ot age, arises.
"And then you tell us that yon dif-
irora many other persons of the
couniry in tbis.that it hasalways been
.irr. w . v
obligatory upon you, and the class to
which you belong, to look to persocs
wealth and education ior command,
that you, in yonr ignorance, had
follow such persons implicity.
'lt will appear strange to your fel
low countrymen,who read your stcry
lhat of your confederates,however
willing they may be to believe you,
so large a portion ot the young
white men ot yonr county can be in
a state of abject slavery to the
ot property above them, as to bo
willing to commit murder at their
"In no case Las there been any re
sistence to these midnight raiders ex
on the part of the colored people.
"You say some of you 'laid ont in
woods night after niirlit, and have
bidden yourself in thickets to escape
marauders. None ot you, how
have had the manliness to de
fend your firesides from the assaults
these lawless men. There has not
on yonr part, so far as the evi
dence shows, an assault and battery
committed in defense of family and
and all that freemen hold dear.
"Admitting all you have said to the
to be true, while the story ot
condition and ot your participa
in these outrages through fear is
painlul enongb, the facts do not ex
yon. 1 bey may palliate, in some
degree, yonr offense, but they cannot
justify, you. The pmishment the
awards you m partly mulcted
justify a man in unprovoked violence
another, unless the danger threat
to the wrong doer be imminent
actually present at the time ot
wrong doing, and even then the
danger must be of present great bodily
and of death itself, before some
the criminal conduct confessed
would be justified.
It does not excuse you for partici
pating in this conspiracy and raiding
inonensive colored people, drag
them from their beds, beating
and hanging others, that you
notice it you did not join the klans
wouia visa you.
you may learn that no amount of
threats or fear of punishment willTeye
"Gxstlxmxn, I have won tbis cup
the use of my legs ; I trust I may
lose the use of my legs by the
of this cup," were the words of a
successful competitor for the prize of
[From Appleton's Journal.]
intereating illustration of how
that wLich in one generation is arrant
treason becomes in another an heroic
myth, 19 presented by the erection,cn
the Isle of Skye, In Scotland,, ot a
monument to Flora Macdonald. I lie
who reads history but to glean its
romance, cannot tail to remember the
significance of her name,, and the
dramatic incident in which' she be
came tbe heroine of the famous
Scottish rebellion of '45. In those
days, to be a Jacobite, anil even to
sympathize , with.: the '- Pretender
C0"1" was to risk personal
i""" - "", iusuupuu-
ble death. More than oce proud Scot
tish chief suffered the extreme penalty
after Butcher William, Duke of
Cumberland, throttled the rebellion
onCullcden Moor. Gratia illy, how-
be bitterness against the Jacob
1168 WD3 CIUn' wm08S opeiessiy, t-
faded, until at last Sir Walter Scott,
an historical partisan of the Preten
der, though rn obsequiously loyal
subject of George IV., could, - with
popular applause, publish prose epics.
of notion which embalmed the Jaco
bite chiefs aa heroes, and Flora Mac
Ronald aa a heroine to be worshipped
for her courageous treason;: .
was sue wno wnen. Ivories x.a-
ri defeated at all poinU in his
rash enterPrise wa3 Wding on the
western seaboard, saved his life, by
. U'B . - 7.
nignt among tne oangeroasueDrwes,
nd conducting him to a place ot
safety. Her resolute heroism .fasci
nated the young prince, albeit be was
worn out with the excesses of a dissipa
ted life and long after when he had de-
ge: e ratedinto mere drunken sluggard,
whenever Fora's name was mentioned,
he would raise his hat in veneration
for the Scottish beauty who had pre
served his life at - the peril of her
own. . Gruff Dr. Johnson, that "co-
,1?8e,ls of CMknejB,-' on his memacfe
KIa 4nn sa ik A SlAamsses 1 aa aa .1 al wik
T """J "ml-u
he was always sneenng at, visited the
Isle of Skye, where lora JUacdonald
was still living, now ia the ripe prime
of womanhood, "bbe is a woman,"
"J8 ne m nm EOtes ol 109 journey,
"of middle stature, soft features, gen
tla manner, and elpoant nrfiftmPA.'
Indeed, Flora wa.3 far from being
n?,,or lbose !deal fceroines who
boldIJ' n3e PBJcal s well as moral
Uon performing notable deeds
Bau u. are ""us " uuuy nu
stout-minded ; she. was slight and
frail, shy and shrinking, inexperienc
ed, a high-bed Highland lassie ; and
what she did she achieved by that
spirit of self-abnegation which on oc-
ca10,a. sometimes shines . out and
starUes the sterner sex in weak . and
timid women. She believed Charles
Edward to be her proud Highland
bIood taoS" her that loyalty was a
religion. Thee ward of thirty thoa-
sand pounds for Charles Edward's
bead, . offered by the government
only nerved her the more for her at
tempt, and she gloried in encounter
ing for him the dangers of a tempest
uous island-studded sea, ln'couitxng
martyrdom, and risking life itself,
that the truer monarch might be
saved Irom the hand of the usurper.
Flora was taken prisoner after the
success of Ler venture, and when
Charles Edward was once more safe
France nd even tlien hf r sincere
u" u.c BU
outshone her treason, that the officers
the war-ship in which she was
trugto London always stood in
her presence bareheaded, and the
ugh old British eaptain showered
comforts, in his uncouth way, upon
oae was released alter a snort
imprisonment, by the Act of Indem,
nity i was thereupon lionized to
weariness by Jacobite lords and Scot-
chiefs, returned to her native
4u.cuy u1a1.1cu u
macuonaia OI IVingsoorougn ; uvea
long and peaceful life, and died in
green old age, leaving behind her
five stalwart Highland sons, who
fought for King George as loyally as
their mother before them had served
her crownless prinee. " I
America Colonized From Asia!
[From the New York Journal of Commerce.]
The advocates of the . hypothesis
that this continent was peopled by
immigrants from the shores of Asia
by way of the Aleutian Islands and
AlasKa will had encouragement lq
the telegraphic report of the arrivaj
at can rrincisco of somi Japaieie:
seamen, whose junk was disabled on
their own coast, but who were car.
ried by- the ocean current 2a,00Q
miles to the Island of Adaho,offthe
Alaskan shore. One of the chief
obstacles to the reception or this tne-
ory has heretofore Deen the admit
ted fact that at the early period when
the settlement must have been made
the art of ship building and naviga
Uoa were too little advanced to lur
nish the means cf making tbe ocean
passage. A Japanese juuk, nowever,
belongs to the embryonic stage of
these arts, and such a vessel, dis
abled by shipwreck, can hardly be
supposed to have possessed sailing
qualities above the reach of the most1
unintelligent ship-builder. The fcngth
of the voyage, under such circum
stances, requiring considerable ton-;
nage in order to carry the neccessary
provisions, has also been made an
element of objection. Both these
shipwreckei Japanese were nine
months in making the transit, at the
mercy of the winds and wares, and
though twenty-three out of twenty
six starved to death, the survivors
exceeded the - nuasKer originally
planted in the Garden ofEden ; and,
provided that one of the three was
a woman, and another a priest, the
continent being found unoccupied, we
do not see any extreme difficulty in
supposing that they might have in
creased and multiplied, overflowed
upon the main land, and finally found
their way southward into Mexico.
Central America and South America
as the ancestors of the Aztecs and
the Iccas Are conjectured to have
done. The conjecture has, at any
ratp, received indisputable assist
ance from the incident.
Luck axd Labor "Luck and
"Labor' both begin with the same
letter, but end with very different re
sults. Luck is ever waiting for some-
Lthing to turn up ; labor, with keen
and strong will, bravely turns ud
something. Luck lies in bed, wishing
that the postman would bring hiai
news of a legacy; labor turns out at
six o'clock, and with business pen, or
ringing hammer, lays the foundation
of a competence. Luck whines, labor
whistles ; luck relies on chance, labor
on character : luck slips" onward to
indigence, labor strides up to indepen
One cannot blame the women, af
ter all, and the only wonder is that
more of them are not howling for
rights. The other ' day a Louisville
man met with an accident, which was
headed, "Terrible Accident A man
Shoots off Part of his Jaw.' Oa the
same day a lady fell down in Brook
lyn and broke her jaw so that she
may never speak again, and yet the
accident was put under the heap of
"More Good Luck for Smith His
Wife Breaks her Jaw." ' ,
A merchant in the city ofB-
died suddenly, some years ago, leav
ing an only son, a youth of nineteen.
The father had been very wealthy ,aad
had lavished on his boy even indul
gence money could procure. Theson's
life had been passed chiefly- ia the
school and college, where he bad
learned little either of labor or ecsa-
Omy ; and it was not until the news
or his fa'her s death reacted him,
that the young man learned that not
a dollar remained of the fortune he
had expected to inherit. Leaving
college, the student returned Lome
to learn for the fitst time the vain-? of
money by earning it himself. With
out wasting time in useless regrets,
he applied to various business asso
ciate s of his father .for cmplojneat,
but received from til very decided
though kind, refusals, on the ground
that he knew nothing ot business.
Nothing daunted by these repeated
failures,, tbe youth applied to the
proprietor of an extensive biicl-xak-ing
establishment, a benevolent-lacking
old gentleman, and asked for eui
-Em ploy ment, what sort ?" inquir
ed the old gentleman looking with
unfoigned surprise at the slight boj i h
figure and small white handset the
- "Ol any sort,-' was the unhesii&ticg
reply. . ul can do anything that eth
ers can do." "ButsaidMr. C
I have no use for employees l et
for hard manual labor, for which you
are wholly unfitted. Digging clay is
the only work we have at this season
of the year."
"Give me leave to dig clay witn the
rest; why can I not do what others
do ? Anything is better than tag
ging or starving." - ;
Seeing the persistency ct the boy,
Mr. C, somewhat hesitatingly ,ecgag
ed him and sent himeff to dig day
with the other workmen. Fervent
ly thanking his employer, the ycath
hastened to the yard and set at once
about his work. At sunset he tad
earned just seventy-five cents; the
next day his earnings were slightly
increased, and so a week wore on,
the young man being usually the first
one on the ground in the morning,
though lie had to walk four miles to
brick-yard. "Mr. C. now became
interested in behalf ot one who had
proved himself so worthy of the aid
others, by his untiring efforts to
help himself.. A clerkship with a
good salary was obtained, and this
was but the stepping-stone to higher
and more responsible posts, in-all of
which he showed the same energy,
perseverance, and trae-heartednesa.
he is the honored president .
a prosperous bssk, and the helper
the needy and nnfortunite ail the
result of that brave bey's determi
nation to work rather than bear to
labor for an honest living rather than
talk of his misfortunes or enlist the
sympathy of others.
Don' do it. Don t advertise your
business; it's paying out money to
accommodate other people ; if they
want to buy your goods, let thcra
hunt you up.
Don't advertise, for it gets your
name abroad, and you are apt to be
flooded with circulars from business
houses, and to be bored with "drum
mers" from tbe wholesale establish
ments all of whic'i also results in
soliciting your orders for new goods,
money to pay for them, which is
very annoying to one of a dyspeptic
Don't advertise, for it brings peo
ple in . from the country, (country
folks you knew are of an enquiring
turn of mind,) and they will ask you
many questions about prices,try your
temper with showing them goods,
even vex you with the request to
them up ; which puts yon to an
additional trouble of getting more.
Don't advertise; it gives people -abroad
a knowledge of your town,
they come and settle ia it ; it will
grow, and other business will be in
duced to come in and thus increase
In short, if you would have a quiet
not too large ; if you would
ba harassed by multitudinous
cares and perplexities of business ;
you would avoid being bothered
with paying for and losing time to
read a great cumbersome newspaper
remain quiet : don't let the peo
ple know five miles away where you
nor what you are doing, sad yea
be severely let alone to enjoy the
WELL INFORMED LADIES.
How much more intelligent and
fascinating the majority of young la
dies would, bo were they to give a
little more attention to newspaper .
reading. TVe do- not mean the flash
papers of the Jay which are filled with
matter which, it it does no harm, can
certainly do no good, but to newspa
pers those whch make us familiar
the present character and im
provements ot the age It is well
enough to know something of the
world's history, but it is with the
present we have mainly to deal, and
know of no more engaging trait in
lady's character than a fair aequam
tance with passing events, tvery
young lady should have an intellegcnt
opinion of the moral, mental, political
religions subjects ot the times,asd .
best and indeed the only way to
tbi, is to read good newspaper?.
"You are bound to run the risk of
means of protection rathe;- than
violenco to your neighbor. The
and yonr fellow cit'z?ns look to
to make this threat cf violence
difficult o! execution by a manly re -si
tance or an enforcement of tbe kw.
bad no light, when ycu cculd
escape to make the price of ycur se
curity ihe violation ofycnr neighbor?.
'You and your confederate must
make up vour minds either to resist
Ku-Klux cr.nspi.-acr cr the law3
the United States. They can not
exist togcthe; and it only needs
little manimess and courage on the
of you ignorant dupes of design
ing men to give supremacy to the
Tex people have long felt :h? nec
ceaity of some plan by wbich to . re
lieve themselves ot worn oat arid mu
tilated fractional currency. The ar
rangement agreed upon between the
Secretary o;' the Teasnry aad the
Pcstmaster General will be welcome
a leng suffering public, which
resigned itself to tlie miseries of
and rags as a circulating medi
um. The postcfUce hereafter will
receivo mutilated currency, when net
then two-fifths cf a note are
miaicg, at its par value, for si arc pa
envelopes. The Treasury sjref s
redeem this currency for tne Po:-t-offlce
Department when presented :a
exceeding five dollars. -
Tub last Iowa Senate rashly elect
ed a young lady to one of its clerk
ships. The result is that t 'sere is no
furore among female aspirants for
leg:sUtive honors, and the contest ia
coming Assembly will be likely
test the gallantry of tb.3 Legisla
ture. ' "