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T, A.. Kelly,
M'CONNELSVILLE, OHIO, JULY 23, 18G9.
$2.00 A YEAR.
NOTION AND MILLINERY STORE-
p. L. HALL,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
Notions and fllillincry Goods,
HELL STREET. MALTA. OHIO.
BUSINESS DONE ON
May 7. 18G!-tr.
A STRICTLY CASH SYSTEM I -
A. Wm WALKER,
J. O. M'ALKKIt.
A. W. WALKER & CO.
Bell Street. EXalta, Chio.
Clothing made to order on the shortest notice and nt prices to iuit llio
tiini'i. All ordots accompanied ly a responsible mime will ln promptly
filled. This firm I slwnvn up to tho latest ftislnons, ana warrnnt their clo
thing to stand the scrutiny of the most fastidious. They keep good to sell by
the yard or in n.iy Minpo to mi it purchaser, l.ndws ( bmking nlwnv on lintid
i:tiu.Y, iii;i oiuri iii: iu mi hi:;i.vm.
Painting, GIazinrp and Taper Hanging.
J. J. STEWART,
In prewr In renew hUlminut at IIOUNC, Sign and Carriage Painter )
Clarler, and Paper Hanger. Give him a cull at hit .hop U
Two Doors East of the Post House.
April 9th -f.
All work done neatly, expeditiously nnl cheap.
Dry Goods, Notions
HATS AND CAPS.
ROOTS AND SHOES.
tkST A FPKCIALTY MADE IN DRESS GOODS. -TS
First Door East of tlio Court llouso,
April 10, 18C9.
R SWE6NEV & GO,
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS
And Wholesalo ami Retail Donlers in
Pipes, ifcc, ifce.
ROOMS, North-west Corner of tbo Tublio Square, West of Court Uoueo,
April 16 -Cm.
GaLory of A.rt.
atkt the pihlie to call and rxamlno hit
eimu l'hotngraplia, Ferrotype!, A in -lirntypo,
Genu, ., wbiuh cannot be
mputeit anywhere. 11 hae perfecteil ai-rMKi-minU
whereby any one ran be ae
romoitateil with the flnrat of Oil I'ointlngi
ami pinturea of Imlia Ink Work. Koome
orer Hooue'e Suihller Bliop, In J. C. Rtone'e
Uuildiuj, Center Blroet, M'CouuuUvillo,
J. T. CREW,
Orer Brewiter'e Store, near Court Home.
Ill Collection! Promptly ittt mletl to.
8li5. fCpriug Tridf. 1SG9.
Adams & Kalilor
..II ...loctc.l etock of Prr GooJ.
(lrHSriee, tjueoueware, Xootlind Siioei, to.,
a nsATir nsDvcED pr csa
KT0B8 ; North-Went (fornrr of Center and
W. H. M'OARTY
Dry floodi, Kotlnne, T.ady'i and CbiMr i
PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT
STY)RE: Stconddoor above 7uiiiV re,
North tide of CtnUr Street, M tunnel
July , 18a 1y.
FRANK JEFFERS . Proprietor,
Every accommodation afforded guonts,
and tlie atauimg may ie cou
aidered the beat.
'GIVE THEM A OALL.
J. E. rtn. R. Hanna,
A.ttornevs -A-t Law,
Will attend promptly to all buinqaa an
iinateil to them. Bueeinl attention given
toeolleetloni. OHloeont'enUrBtrt, tbrea
door wett or the l'ublio bu-re. ,
Job work neatly nnd cheaply execu
ted nt thia office.
j"ASB AND COMFORT.
BLESS I NO
BLE AS PER
FECT 810 1IT I
PERFECT SIGHT enn only bo o'c-
tainod by using
the difficulty of procuring which is
Measrs. LAZAUITS A MORRIS, Ocu
list and Opticians, Hartford, Conn.,
Manufacturer or the relcnrotcd rwt-
KECTED SPECTACLES, hove alter
year of experience, experiment and
thorcetion of costly machinery, neon
runlili'd to produce that grand d.iside
rutuin, PERFECT SPECTACLES.
which have horn oll with unlimited
satisfaction to tho wenncr in Massa
chusetts, Khodn Island, Connecticut,
New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, New
York. 1 eiiiisylvamn, .Now Jersey, Jov
Ncotin, Now llrunswlck, Prince Ed-
wnrd'i Inland, and Ibmiinion of Can a
lift, during the past nino yearn.
1 hose celebrated spectacles never
tiro the eye, nnd last many years with
S. F. WI LIMA MS OK,
CLOCKS. WATCHES, and JEWELRY,
M Gonnclsvillc, Ohio,
SOLE AGENTS for the sale of those
from whom only they can bo procured
WE EMPLOY NO PFDLARS.
Doc. 11-IS0S ly.
NEW I FRESH 1 ATTRACTIVE I
O R E A T R 1 L E S
FOR Til E
We have just received nnd opened
the Largest Mock or
Ever brought to town, and of the most
desirable pattern and quality from a
Common Jirown to fine Gilt Paper
which we will ac.ll
I.OWEIt lliun EVER tlEFORE!
Our atock embracoa the bent and fi
nest variety in the market, purchased
direct from tho ManiilactuverK, ami
cannot be aurpasKed for beauty of
sty lea and Low J ricet.
March 10, 1S63.
Tho noxt Tfrm, will
commsnuo Suptombur 20ln and coutiuuo
thirtuen weeks, with the following Bourd
of instructors i
REV. SOLOMON IIOWAUD, D. D. LL. P.,
President and Frofessor of Intolloctual and
REV. A. 8. GIBBONS, A. M. M. D.,
Profenor of Mineralogy, Cbemiatry and
KEY. W. II. BCOTT, A. M.,
Frofeisor of Greek Language aud Literature.
W. II. G. ADNEV, A. M.,
Professor of Mathematics.
ftKV. W, II. HIRST, A. M.,
Profeiior of Latin Language and Literature.
Tub University offers to young
men superior facilities tor fitting themsol
nes for positions of honor and uofiilnei.
Students will be prepurod for Ilia College
Classes uurtor the iinniedinta instruotion
the Professors of the severs I DupartmouU,
who will also give Nokkal Ixstsvctios
suuh as aro preparing to tench.
Iiooss ar furnished lu the University,
for a small fee, in which studuut may re
side aud board tbeniaelvos at a very little
expense, when liiuitud muaus make this
The following pcrsoas are admitted, free
orcbarge Tor tuition I
1. One student from each county of tho
Bis'e, to ba seiectea by the County Cowum
iouers and the Auditor.
1. Any Uuited filatea volunteer, a cltl
auu of Ohio, who haa been disabled In the
service aud honorably discharged j aud
t. Any honorably discharged voluuteor,
whocntertd tba service as a minor, for
long a tiiuo as ha was lu the service under
pfi- For further information tend to tho
1'rusiueut lor naiaiogue.
By Order or Faculty.
Athiss, Oaio, Jvlt 13, ' tin.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
WM. S. IIOSECKANS,
FOU LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
T. J. GODFHEY,
FORJUDGE OF SUPREME COURT.
WILLIAM J. CILltlOUE,
FOR TREASURER OF STATE,
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF PUB
II. V, CHURCHILL,
Adopted July 7, 1869, at Columbus.
1. Jicjiolved, That the exemption
from taxation of twenty. five hundred
million ilui ars in Uovorniuent honia and
securities in unjust t.i tho people, and
ought not to lo tolerated, and that we
are opp-.ed to any appropriation f
Honda until they are made auiject to
2. Hoohot, That the c'aim of the
nndholdera that bonds bunlit with
. I . l.l .., ! L i
reeii"HChe, huh nit' pruieipui 01 wiuen
is bv law iinvaSIn in cnrrnfv. aSi-uld
nevertho es be paid in g d l, is unjust
and extortionate, and if persisted in
will inevitably force upon tho people
the miestion of repudiation.
J. jrnlrel. Hint wo denounce the 1
nanotiai anKing system ns one o Hie
wcifnt Alitirrou'tiiM nl Inn hnm hul ilitKt . in I
that it unnecwwftrilly increaRO the 1
l.ur.lon of tho iwplo thirty million iff
J.-l.. - .... 11 ..,! I.. I la.. I
uu iun iiiiuhiij, nitu rv o ut'tliuuu lia
mm we ueiuunu us
4. ltetohed, Ihnt we denounce the
present high protective Unit enacted in
the interests or the .New i,ng and man-
ulacturera f r its enormous imp. sition
d dutie, on salt, sugar, tea, colloe and
jiucr necessaries us oppressive., cspeci-
that we demand iU repeul, and the sub-
of another based upon revenue
principles a'one, approximating free
trano as o'ose y ns iMissible.
ft. jicAoiveit, I hut the Democratic
party 01 mo in w mau-a una a way.
that It la In tavor or a limited nurnher
..r i r 1 .. l : .11 n . 1
oi umiini ui in'iwr 111 mi uiivvriuiiiii
Vksh' p, houra dictated by the phya-
ical and menUl well-being of the labor-1
era; that it is in mv.-roi tne moat lib-
ml lawi in regard to household and I
homes'ea'S exeniptiona from solo nnd
execution; that it is ulso in favor of lib- I
....i ........ t nf !...! r- . ii. h..i,i:njA
rini fiiiiiibs .it ii.ii. ii -in biio iril'lil. uir
nm in to actuul aet lera without cost,
and opposed to di natini; these lands to
swindling railroad corji rations, and is
generally Irien'lly to the measurers ad-
v cated by the labor an I lnoiiHtriul Con'
gross, and as a party it pledges, it ro'
stored to power, its inlluenoo to give
them nraoticnl nnoliciition.
6. Itftohed, That it ia the right of
each Mate to decide fur itself who shall
posses ine ciecuve iranciuse witinn it,
and that tho attempt t reeulute suf-
frago in Ohio )y means of the so-called
rilteentnt.on.tiuu.ona Ai.ie.i iment,
7, J(tflfvtn?t That tlio policy ami Lea-
strov all the reserved rihts of the
.States, aiul to convert the Kepuidic into
a eons-minion uespotism; mat such
despotism, whether exercised by a
Presioent. Emperor, or a Congress, ia
fatal to liberty and no-id covernnient;
that consolidation in thiseountrv mean
the absolute dominion of mononolv und
aggregated capital over the lives, the
liberty and the property of the t -ilmg
H T'..W,,J TlmltliA numerous nal-
pahleand high handed usurpations of
the party in power, and their many pub-
no aim privuip sun ii ivrniinv, mimi.-
lins under foot the civil law and the
guarunteca of the Constitution, nnd
their continuing tu deprive sovereign
C. i . i - 1 4i 1 f. ,H
.-null's oi reiueseniuiioii in i"'u6'un"i
.i :...i k. miii..rU nii
Alt'! Ilillg HH III 'J iHiiitHij
prove them to be the party of despotism
and uiiwortny tne emuuence anu sup-
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u. JMmveit, l uottne trial anu sen-
tnce to death by a military commission
the unobstructed exercise oi tneir tune-1
tions in that Smte, nnd in timo or pro-
that sentence bv Presideiit Grant,
are in violation of the m st soured
rights ot American citizens B"-
.,! b tt.oi. I'nnst tnt ona. both
8tate and Federal, an 1 deserve and
should receive the severest oondemna-
tion efevorv lover of liberty and oen-
stituUonal government. .
Ititohed, That the atucKa ot
Governor Ilnyoa and Lee up"n tho do
ing of the late General Assembly are
false in statement, malicious in spirit,
nnd unworthy of their high position.
11. Jlctolved. That the Fifty-eighth
General Assembly was called upon to
make large and extraordinary appro
priation to rebuild the burned Luna-
priaUona to rebuild the ournea i.una.
tio Asyiuin, to proviaea neiornipciiooi
for cirls. to oonstruct a new blind Asy-
lum, to make an appropriation to meet
n judgment against the Mate of more
than eighty thousand did are, for bor-
rowed money, in favor of the Life and
Trust Company, and to supply a defien-
oy of more than Ave hundred thousand
df.l ara of the preceding Kepu' lican
Legislatureall of which, together with
(he extra comper.sotion nam w men;
harm iilo - luor Tinjiaed l)V a Heimbli
... 4 i t j
can Legislature, was nco"iiipiisiioo,
wiUinut an Increase of the Mate levy;
nntwithstan linn all these things, the
appropriuti n are much less than thoae
of the preceding Kepublioan Legisla
tureand that, too, without ahstraoting
eight hundred thousand dollars from
the relier fund lor tne mauiieu aji'i ui.
ablnd "l'liors and their families.
13, JtCSOlVe-l, IDU w llt r..jr io-i
...'... .t, ii r:nr.i
AsemMy for thoir economical expen-1
di'urea in the administration of the
State Government, and for the exposure
of the wholesale frauds in the erecti n
of Stato I'uillinga, whereby the people
were nerrnii ted out of hair a million or
dollars lv tho negligence and corrup
tion of Republican State omViab", and
thediHhoneKty of their appointee ant
13. Re Ived, Tliat we extend the
riffht hand of M'ownliip to, and recog
nixe as brethren in a common came, all
cnervative men n"t heretofore Dem
ocrat, who will unite with u in rescu
ing the Government from the unwor
thy hand into which it ho fallen; nnd
we pledge the united nnd cordial sup
port of the two hundred and fifty thou
I nnd Demoerat in Ohio, whom we rep
resent, to the ticket nominated t.y this
Convention, and ptcnented by ua to the
sufiragea of the people of Ohio. '
"A NATIONAL DEBT A NATIONAL
We bnvo a cane In point, allowing
tho oi-kinir, and profits nndor tbo
Rudicul " Niitionnl bloaaing com
monly called a " National Debt."
Five yenrs go this month (July)
a Jyoyal alny al-homo JCcnubltcnn,
otio who votes tl.o Republican ticket,
.. . ,
8tr"it' " tho l,m0' for 11,0 rv0U
jn ,, ng silken pnrso the sum ol
:uu B01(I; n(J. !King aavnni
ntre of tho limes, us ho had dono be
Govornmotit, exchnngea his $500 in
rrol.l for rrrocnhac.ka. aoenrintr for
, , , , . ,, .
each gold dollar, throo dollars In
jle d ot gl ,10r hlg inlcnn0
loyalty urges him on. ilo takes liif)
Ul RIIO of irrponhnfrka thnL lio i'ot
, , . u .j ! i.
iur . cuu ui goiu, ai.u uiycbh m
in United .Utcs bonds, boarini sev
ou ncp cor,. intorost. navablo semi-
' " .
annuully in gold. Every six months,
promptly, bo recoi ves his interest in
i in ,!.:- aiol .k
and at this dato (July 18G9,) the in
stitution terest received by him in gold has
. .nm .
.vvuv. """6 v
more than the oriental Invostmcnt,
,r ,, continao8 intensol loyal
and HOW waits upon the Unitod
Stolon Trnnmiror. who ia in the mar.
, . lir ,, 0. . ,
KCl ml,nS " u" wet uronera, pur-
chasing Unitod Stutes bonds nnd
paying gold for them, and receives
I o o
from that officer 21,500 in gold for
cost him only 8500
He is still on tho !oyal track, nnd
working hard to keep tho Rudicn
party in power; ho takes tho gold
ho receives for his bonds nnd con
vorts it icte greenbacks at tho rate
tlio bonds, that in the
of forty conts promium. By this op
oration ho makes tho additional
I , -
sn"S llU1 8Um ot G00'
J,ot us now soo and sum Op what
h j liHt t, . atvooftto of Na.
lionul joDts, ana tno pnymoni oi
thn amo in rrnld. ar in hm nocknt
ot l" onJ ol fiv0 YrB
llisieaa 01 VOUU in gold, HIS ongl
500 gold bonds
Received for bis bonds,
Rocoivod for the 8525, gold
intc,.CHt ho sold for green
DHCks at 40 cents premium
I rnt ,i .., .
I -Total amount of
nal investment, he has
Received five years
Rouoivcd Premium on CI,
amount of monoy in bis
poca?f it the end of five years, two
lhouguId oight hundrod and thirty
llt..A n tk. r,f,t n
uo "iii. ..v w..
tui8 tntnsaction, deducting from the
amount the orig.nal invest
ment twin, manes lame oonu noiu
, jf twntv-throe hundred
I . ..
and thirty-five dollars.
Upon this profitable
,..nsnotion th- bond bolder
nsnsncuon tne uonu uoiuer
not one cent of tax for any purpose
wbttteVor, for neither United StalOB
, . , , . ,,
bonds nor greenbacks aro subject
to tax uion, nor does he pay unytn
oo me tax, for the reason that uisin
come does not in any one year a
mount to the sum cf 01000.
It will be readily soon and under
stood the amount of money that
de u 1500 of tho TjQitcd
States debt by the turning an
Lhifiing oportidons of professional
. . . , . .
ha " - " "
eidorod a legitimate business anJ by
tj uphold, endorsed, approved
' . ' . .' ..,
nd by their votes at the clootion
The question suggest Itself
I BU, tamed
I ii-1. : .. : 1 1 . i i hMa
i overy ouo, unu ufji.iiv.v
ou, profiu to thoso United
Stutes bond holdurdf lbo answer
ia at hand and the roador can
once solyo this financial propos
tion, via., the labor of tho country
muBt foot the bill. Iluw is that
, ,, , , nr...:
demands the boud holdor. Wewi
briefly eliow. Tho loaders of the
Radical party say and contend, that,
not only tho Interest bnt tho prtn-
cipal of the Kntional debt shall
paid in gold. Then to enable tbo
Government to meet thia demand
of tho bond holdor, the government
has levied and does annually col
lect a largo gold tax upon tea, cof .
too, sugar, molaasoa, salt and all
ncccssnrics of life, and upon
all ar'.iulcs Imported and consumed
the country. This duty or tax is
paid in gold by the Importing mer-
chant, ai.d in the end, adding prof-
its, promium 4o., fth upon and is
by those who use and consume
tbw articles. An internal revonue
taxof2 conts por pound on raw
cotton, fivo per cent on bristle,
blue vitrol, bruhhes, salt poler, do
inottio cotton jeans, pantaloon stuff,
&.C., domestic bleached cotton, Bxes,
Hay knives, hoos, scythes, shovels
&u., and 5300 por ton on iron cast",
ngs ic is pnid by the purchaser
nd consutnor with profits Ac added,
nd In the end makes tho tax upon
the labor of the country onormous.
A large .National debt of two
thousand five hundrod millions of
ollurs, astnndingarmy In profound
penco, or more man uu.uuu men,
Frocdman'sBuroaus, to food, clothe,
Ac, tho southern indolont and
worthless negroes, millions of sub-
dies to rw.flo and other rail roads
nd a multiplicity of other plunder-
ng schemes, aro stoadiiy and cer-
tainly eating out tho subslanco of
A THIRD PARTY IN THE
Tho State Tcmperanco Conven-
tion, held at Mansfiold, Ohio, on tho
14th inst., put in nomination the
For Governor, J. E. Iiigcrsoll, ol
Liout. Governor, It. C. Wads-
worth, of Cincinnati.
Treasurcr, Thomaa Kdmundson,
Attorney General, J. A. Sum-
mors, of Clevoiand.
Member of the Bonrd of Public
works, L. B. Silvers, Columbiana
I ho following is there
We, tho citir.ons of Ohio, in con
vention assembled, do hereby and
now orgnniaen political party under
tho name nnd title of tho "Tho Ohio
Temperance Party." Assumingthat
it is the duty of government to pro-
tert itself and its subjects Irotn en-
em ics within and without, by tho
enactment, and enforcement ot laws
that shall insuro socurity to per-1
sons and property; nnd, looking
upon the n.anulacturo and sale
ntoxicating drinks as a crime a-
gainst the peoplo, wo assort it the
right and duty of tho lawmaking
power to prohibit sucb manufacture
and traffio. By alcohol and drug-
god liqucrs, made and sold by them
and used as 'a drink, more than
sixty thousand of our countrymen
are yearly robbed and murdorod;
tho wivos and mothors of thosu aro
thoreby plunged into mourning and
sorrow, and their children, by bun-
dreds of thousands, are mado hun-
gry, nakeJ, destitute and wretched,
This is only a part of the annual
result. A multitude, which no man
can number, from amongst the liv-
Ing, and from the generations yet
unboru, tiro prospectively coming
upon the same road, to meot a like
and death. Alcohol
woapon by which this isaccom-
plished; but the acting, intelligent,
accountable agents, by whom this
weapon is wielded in ine commis
sion of such wrongs and crimes
gainst the people of tho land,
the makers and sellers of alcohol
drtnk. Where these keep and con
duct their business, their fathers
and sons aro trained and prepared
for tho commission of crimes of ev
ery name and kind; and from those
places graduates oomo forth with
full outfit for the perpetration of
manner of outrages upon society
and its good order, anil, passing from
thodoors of thoso establishments,
towards tho jail, penitentiary, gal-lo-vs,
or Bomo other equally shume
More than sixty-six por cent,
m m ios paid the poople tor taxes
and charities Is tho annual tariff
upon our industry and prosperity,
demanded to repair, in part,
damage wrought by thoso two cue-
ni . . I 1
in ics. They scatter aiconoi; ine peo
ple reap heavy burdens of tuxos,
misery disease and death.
We cannot indict alcohol, for it is
not a doer of evil. It would now ba
aalcep in the oblivion of non exist
bejenco had not man's art and skill
brought It Into lite. Men who are
marauders and freebooters upon the
liloand wealth of tho country, make
and sell it lor gain.
For forty yoais past, earnest and
faithful tomperance men have dili
otber gently used moral suasion, and they
have aceompliihed much in instruct
in ing the publio ir ind concerning the
ruin produced by alcohol usod as a
drink; but we find this to be no
more potent In stopping or prevent
paid tug the make? and wllcf from the
perpetration of the crimes they
commit than it Is in prevent!ng the
thief, counterfeiter, burglar, aaaasin
and murderer, from tb commission
of crime. This form of labor has
saved nany from falling Tictims,
ar.d rescued many who bad fallen;
but the makers and sellers ov alco-
hoi, in that same period, have man-
ulacturod drunaards many Told the
number savod, and, by their husl-
nms, bavo sont two millions or our
countrymen to drunkards gravee
nnd to the drunkard's eternity.
This infernal slaughtor of mon and
I . .. 'ii . i
ruin 01 wives anu t nnurun, uiori
suasion will not prevent, but de-
mands fines nnd Impneonmonta
Thcso wo nrrnign boforo tho trij-
unal of tho pooplo to roceive their
I . - . .i - r
senience. x inuicg neuner 01 mo
two political parties now in exis
I tonce, willing to take up this cause
of the peoplo against theso, tbetr
enemies, but, on the contrary, both.
relying largely upon this material
for strength and support, and bav-
Ing no ground oi hope that either
will adopt each measures as will
socure tho objoct desire J. Thrre-
Resolved, That we repair to tne
ballot box, making Prohibition of
the manulactnre and sale oi Aico-
hoi as a beversgo, a political issue
botwecn the people and these their
enemies, and inscribe upon our
banner, "Emancipation full and en
tire of the whole nation from bond
age to this system of man-Killing."
Resolved, That we will not give
onr suffrage to any candidate for
office who will not pledge himself
to use his utmost exertion, by bis
voice and vote, for tho enactment
0nd enforcement of such laws as
ahull prohibit the manufacture and
sale ol iutoxicating drinks as a bev-
ernge in our Slnto.
Rcso'xed, That economy and re-
tronclimont in the administration or
our State Government is and shall
bo one of the leading principles of
of I Resolved, That while we are dot
terminod to press the issue of polit-
foal temperance upon the attention
0j the country, we are absolutely
devoted to oar national unity aud
mtecritr upon every qucetion of
r;ghtg and finance involving the
national honor and crodit, but we
respectfully defer the dotails of
plans of operations to future na-
Resolved, That we lnite to our
rankg every friend ot thia cause of
tn people; those who vote, and
those who do not; those who have
f0lt tho sting of this rain and those
wjl0 have not; thoso who pay taxos,
ftn(i thoso too poor to be taxed, all
Bd evory one to come and take
part jn this contest; and that we
hereby pledge our cordial co-ope-doairuction
is ratj0n with all persons nnd organi
the Eati0ps in the land that aro favora-
Dlo to political action upon the cause
ge, furth in this platform.
Resolved, That we advise the for
mation of Prohibitory Clubs in ev
ery township, village and city in the
19 A gontloraaa in Bristol En
gland , who, is a strong supporter of
liberal opinions, latoly roeeivod ft
loiter addressed ,4Mr. , Disc.
tablisher and Disundower of tho
Irish Protestant Church, llristol."
On-operative housekeeping is
scon to be undertaken in Ctflubrldge,
Massachusetts. A number of Indies
havo agreed Vo try the experiment
of a sloro room, bakery, kitchen
and laundry, on the co-operative
a Nearly twice as many first
as second and third class housee are
in course of erection ia Now York;,
which shows that notwithstanding
the bard times, lbo upper ten have
money enough to provide sumptu
ous tiholter tor their families.