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IIIF, CAIIU) ()A1LY IPM.LlIil.S, aSUAUAY. MARCH 3. 1872.
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John II. OMfl; !, "0 iiii IHin in
Tun .Marlon Friend and Shawnee
town Gaulle iiavo iWeit the natnos of
Davis and Parker at the head of tlieir
column' iu tlieir choice for llie next
Mistakes will han-en in tho best
regulated newspapers. A late Now
York lhrahl announces that " tho old
line wings 111 -iiimutii, Oa., will ecle-
brato the ninety-fifth anniversary of
the birthday of Henry Clayton tho 12th
ofApril, with imposing ceremonies."
A New Yonic town is excited by n
case similar to the Alice Uowlsby affair.
A beautiful young lady went away from
home, and tho next known of her was
the reception of her body in a coffin by
her agonized parents. A few more such
occurrences will induce the public to
believe that tho practice of allowing
young ladies to travel alone and un
protected, is more honored in tho
breach than in-tho observance.
That Grant's administration has
been proved to be corrupt in every re
spect that scarcely a member of his
cabinet has escaped tho imputation of
being directly or indirectly interested
in Echemc3 for their own aggrandize
meat at the expense of tho people's
money, does not deter his friends from
claiming that hu himself is free from
the taint of suspicion, that surrounded
with friendsand familiars who are all
but proven to be public thieves au
plunderers, ho himself is a shiuin
specimen of "tho noblest work of God."
This may bo true, but to use a vulgar
phrase, it is a big pill to swallow, and
is nor swallowed by tho public.
The Shawucctown Gazelle says it
learns from reliable authority that Gov.
Palmer will be a candidate for re-election,
not as the candidate of any party,
but of the people. Gov. Palmer has
shown himself capable, earnest and
tuitlifql in thn execution of tbo Jaw?,
and it he will now accjaro uimhoU' op
posed to the radicalism of the dominent
partv, to its dishonesty, its schemes for
the centralization of power, its blunder
ing and cruel policy ns exhibited to
ward the South, and tho generally ac-
copted idea whioh appears to be enter
tained by the adherents of the prcsi
dent, that the government should now
bo run mainly in the interest of Grant
and hispolitical family if the Governor
shall take such a position, he will de
serve and will receive tho suffrages of
tho people of Illinois.
One op the ways the administra
tion took to couceal its doings from the
eyes oi tho people was the abolishment
of the office of commissioner of the
public revenues. This office was worth
ily filled by David S. Wells, a consji
eutious republican, who allowed neither
his friendship for the udministriition
nor his party fueliugs to iufluenco his
reports to Con gross. The consequence
was his office was abolished und further
reports diheoutinued. In u bpeech in
Cincinnati a few days ago, Judge J. .
Stallo, prominent in tho liberal reform
organization of that city, thus referred
to the motives of the administration in
discontinuing the office ;
A few yours ago thoro was an office
which was known us that of tho coinmis
M'incr of the public revenues. It whs tho 1
uuiy 01 tin ouiver to collect the frets ro-
10 " , success of f o methods re
sonca WfoMtw purpose of raiding our re
venue, and report thom to congress, d
V,:., 7bVi..:' 01 " wt and
l..l mnn in ,1... - " y'l
Wells. They were dUchw&d i h :
mot uncxcHptlonal fidelity Mr. wL u.
collectot tho f..ct with perfect imiwt. I
ulity, and rspurt td tliein. He was a u lt..
. " , ! . 7 l'Knli oi mo uuininistrn.l
tion. 'i he pLin and obvious leston taught
by the fact thus reportd was that our
mriii nj tioin wm unjust nnu npprek.ive,
hiiu ,. iiw,iui ruuiu ui ino lorm, re
vonuo tariff. What was done, thereupon,
by our Jiupublicsii congress and our He.
publican president? Were tbefacts of tbo
commissioner considered and his arcu
menu lLtenud to? Not nt nil. His office
Wut abolished ; the stage of tho public ad
jiiiiilUMtion was covered with a curtain,
so that the public could not La un intelli
gent, and prhap., indignant spectator of
me piuys to uo enacted behind It.
It 18 impossible for tho members of
the radical party to conceal the know
nothing spirit which once influenced a
large portion of the men who now vote
with that party and wliich is still, on
occasions, plainly exhibited. In th
debate just concluded iu the Unitad
States Senato on the salo of anus to
France, the part taken by Carl Schurz
has aroused ..gainst hitu fho bitterest
animosity on the part of radica, MMm
tors, and this feeling , extended in
great measure to all the Gorman popu
lation. Tliwre is no reason v,,y h Gor,
a (ii rmnii,
not r!' h' voice ugftin-t niiy iilm-u in
tlir administration of tho government,
but the radicals in tho senate appear to
think hi being ono a good reason for
his keeping silence, and are mil lo
civo cxtiression to their thoughts.
Tho following from tho Into debate
in tho senate shows tho rauical opinion
on the subject:
In concIuJintJ bl remarks Mr. Carpen
ter expressed n regret nl th dclmtu bo
CBUieofthe effect U would bo likely to
Imvo in creating a doubt as to tho wisdom
of our nntumllzittliin Ihw, which wero
biued on tho theory that every I'liMiriil
lzed cUlieii wholly rnnouncod nl'e.;liini'n
to the bind of hi birth ntn! bicotno in
the fulleit sense an American I'itiz-n. Hut
if h nun cotnliii from a foreign luml ci-k-
111; mid obtaining ndinUtlon to our citiz"ti-
hlp und iiftcrward buing clooti'd to the
rniti-d.Stntc cmito ntid hnv nij ihi-rn 11
place on the committed of for-1 11 nHitri
which give him froeacccss to tho archivc-i
and secret of our state deprirtniunt, if
tuch a man, with all hi experience and
advantage!, could not rise obovn tho old
feeling of allegianco to hi native land,
then the nconlo would nuturally ak
whether men with less capacity and 'oil
advantages could do it.
The discovery of the villiany of tho
Baltimore preacher, whoso crime has
brought sorrow and disgrace on a rc
spcctablo family, and blasted for all
timo the happiness of a girl still nearly
a child iu years, has very naturally ex
cited abhorrence, indignation and
alarm in tho mind of society, not only
in the locality m whtch tho outrage was
snmmiiiml ;.. nmmn;;o. F..r n.
VUltfU MUi All bUIUUIUUiili. tut iv.- 1
moved from it. Tho schock of tho
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event brings with it its unhappy but
inevitable consequence a weakening
of public confidence in tho ministerial
character. Tho result is a sorry one,
and cannot hut be deeply felt among
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the really good and conscientious of the
clergy. But it should carry with it a
,,n. In "! JiO I
lesson which parents and families arc Trumbull and his friends favor the nom
slow to learn which is that preachers ination of Judge D.vis at Cincinnati, in
arc but men, and cannot with safely be
admitted to any more familiarities I
with the lemalos of their comrretration
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my men 01 uw auicu, iuai iuis u
sate, a proper nnu a scnsioie ruio to 101-
low, is proven by such occurrences as
that which has made the name of the
Reverendheaven save the mark L.
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I I n .1- lli.cfr.ti intntnnna .1 A tiintir vi
ligious women, ana among women who
think they arc religious," says the New
York btandarcl, " tlioaverago ideal of a
clergyman is of 'a being with all the
passions of man and all the purity of a
saint, wlio?c xpirtual naturo holds his
sensual in ubsoluto subjection, ilow
near this ideal hitu tho truth is painful
ly illustrated by thn numlier of in
stances in which popular ministers
make their reputations merely the var
nish to their real characters, nnd con
vert the adoration in which they ore
held by silly women into a medium for
tho moro readily sullying the youngest
and most artless of tho flock."
8. The O.hkosh Tlmos ' nays Mr.
Pus, proprietor of tho Fuss homo, nt
Menuha, Wisconsin, wh thought to buvo
died on tho 8th Inst, nnd propurations
wero mado for the burial. Tho funeral
was postponed until the 11th, when tho
friond of tho decease l gathered to tho
last rites. Juit beforo the cofUn was
closed omo of tho frionds noticed' that tho
supposod corpj was perspiring quite (reely
A physician was called In, whoproccodod
to oicea tho man, when tho blood Qowcd
anu uo soon caui'j to an rucognizod tho
anxious mourners. Ho is now doing well
ami in a fuir way of recovery.
faff" A Jupaneso prince, tho nephew
of his former mnjety tho tycoon, was sent
to Haxhury, Mass., somo timo since, to hi)
educated, und placed under tlie oxelusivu
cenrgo o. tutors. After romalning in
Loxbury for a wliilo, and imbibing the
spirit or our institutions, ho concluded to
aoandon his tutors, wunt In'.o the public
ehool, nnd Is now roughing it with tho
boyj. Tho htghbirn kid who has lust
arrived in this country, and who is stigma-
ur.ou oy ins goj-paronts as Yammagutsi
wonld do well to go and do likewise.
ri.A Ilorlin lotter savs that th mem
bers of tllo Prussian royal family aro in
votorato oprtra-gooH. Every night somo
and frequently all of tho rowiber of
tbo Emperor's family aro there; and as
ror Kaiser Willnnii himself, ho U pcr
bapi, tho molt regular opara visitor in tho
1'V.id" is winning golden
4r(ivp hn mini fpiim flin
masterly cu w. . . . . ., ,,,
proicntsoirBriii, , . . r
meat ,,..,!. ,'.1UU ii0n Improve-
mtnt on thu old
but hn hm Hn.i.linr
merit which ho
sllnrti .,. , , ,
father. He never refuses
l)ar.o,u pulritur by tr4 ,
i the Pressor Mr. Wm. Z
u Quoin, on last Saturduv htnl S f
dollars In money and a gold and iilvtt
watch from Mr Marlow und d!inrmB-r,.,i
liici which timo ho has not been heard of
'ft. Miss Anna 0. Ii racket, principal of
tl.o normal school at St. Louis, is pHd a
Oniary of $2,G0O p0r year tho largoU
paid to any fumalo teacher In this coun
try. ISTAn exchange has an article headed
"Tho dangornu woman of tho period." It
Is not Mr. Woodhull. Hho Is too woll
known now to be dangerous.
r Boston Corbett, the lunatic who ap
pointed himself the executlonor of J01
Wlllsw Hooth, i dead.
lir John 8. U. Abbott has a history of
ii..-.,- , .i
mini in trie press.
Waahinuti.u, I), a, Feb. 27, 172.
Tirr. sale op AnitSTO rrtAxcr. tiesolution
ii tho pretext for the reform republican
und the adherents of the bouc of Grant to
wgo war-iutirclentlnz war agilnst each
other. Tito senate jester, Jim Nye, of
Nevada, was ndvortisrd n the star uttrac-
Hon at the senate matinee yesterday. Tho
galleries nnd lloor of tho senato chamber
weic crowded with tho fashion, .intclll
genco, beauty nnd wit of Washington, who
wro gathered together in anticipation of a
rich treat of humor and fun, for if Nye Is
not funny ho is nothing. Tho crowd was
disappointed, for with tho exception of
somo doggoral verses, the end of each verse
being "Anything to beat Grant," Nyo
was, for a low comedian, dull, stale, Hut
and unprofitable; bis whole speech being
a worn-out, threadbare eulogy of Grant and
the republican party. AVIien ho had fin-
shed, so dull was his, wit and stalo hi j
iilntltuu, that not a single 0110 of the 1
"clique ventured lo congratulate III 1 t 011
lii two hourii utlbrt. Nyo love tho In
cciiso of praise, and this coolncis on tho
part of hi friend cut him lo Ibo quick,
and bo looked qulto chap-fallen. The
Jnrseylto, Frcllngbuysen , tmeared tho
presldont and tho "grand old republican
party," all over with fulsomo praise, nnd
wo knew just as much when bo resumed
his teat a when ho began hi remarks.
This political dohato I like tho stories In
tho Now York 'Lodger' It is to bo con
tinued. cokx juice.
Tho proposition to consolidate tho tax
on whisky nt seventy cent will not In
crease tbo tax, as tho stamp, barrol nnd
per diem taxes, with the storekeepers' and
gnugcr fees, &c, as at present collected,
reaches tho amount proposed. There
but Uttlo doubt of tho pasjaeo of tbo
Th nomlnation bt Ju3llco DavU for
tho presidcncy by the laborer reformers, is
regarded hero by all parlies us being sig-
nillcant, and it not pooh-poohed nt by
Ornf a friends, except by such a blather-
.! T ! VT.. 1 l. 1. I..
BbllU 1.9 J 1UI -.l VU, Ol -.1 UYUUH, WHO l.lOULUl
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It ot sufficient importance- to attack it in
the genut0 vwteraHv. Should Senator
the republican reform convention, tbo
candidate for tho union of all elements of
opposition to tin present administration
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, iiinuu. 1. uiuii ic ic.w lur vtitj ucuiur-
racy to detormlno what 1 best to bo donoi
wll(jlher to con90Udto tho differant pollt-
cai Brmles to crush radicalism or Grunt-
ism or to enter the field single-handed
and tako tho chance of success under iho
olJ banner. From present indications
think our leaders will act wisely and well
being In no hasto to determine tboir lino
of action. A, t0 wht lhov Durn0i0 to do.
as Lord Durdreary says in the play, "that
is ono of thoso things that no fellow can
find out," nnd all will bo settled in good
time, nnd I hopo satisfactorily.
"Subsidy Pom," whoso reputation lias
been riddled llko Iho bottom of n cullen
der, is over playing tho virtuous dodge.
Yesterday Jjoprosoiitnd a memorial nuking
nn fl,nsi.dmnt to tho c inititlltioll prohib
iting dram drinkers from holding federal
olllees, &c. Ponioroy had better bo clear
ing his bklrts of tho bribery und fraud
charge brought agiinst him by the legis
lature of Kansas. Oh I be is n precious
hypocrite; but then ho is very "loll" to
T1IK COTTON TAX.
Tho bill to refund tho cotton tax which
was collected in 18015, 18G0, 67-US, now be
fore tho ways and moans committee, will
'bo favorably reported and passed by con
gress this session. That this tax was un
equul and unjust U now concecdcd; tho
law not having operated as was intended ;
congress supposing that tho burden would
fall on thy ennsumor, but facta mid flg-
ure prove that it fell exclusively on tho
producer. Ihls wasoviJent-'iii I8C8, when
tho law was ropoalod, for tliero was no
porceptlblo change in tho murkot nt homo
or abroad, and tho cotton market is most
sensitlvo and easily effected. Members of
congress who voted for tho tax also voted
for it repeal, mid thoy now feel that full
justlco can only be dono by refunding tho
money which was collected under a law
wliich worked great injury to tho cotton
groworx, und which was ulso of doubtful
validity; the supremo court of tho United
Stutes boing equally divided as to its con
stitutionality, and thoy now favor tiiojias
aayo of tho refunding bill. Tho return of
this monoy will onablo many planters to
pay off thnir Indebtedness to northern
merchants, incurred in raising
cotton during tho four years alter tho war,
whon it was a losing businoss ; mado no in
Kium measure uy too onorous tax fm
jioied, which was equal to 10 per cent, of
xno market valuo of tho crop. Oov. .f. S.
Alcorn, of Misissippl, now U. H. senator,
upeaklng of tho monoy which tho peoplo
of cortnin southorn states wero forcod to
contrlbuto from tlieir poverty, urged tho
reiunuing or the tax as a mutter of pol
icy as well as justice, and said "tho repara
tion moy bo taken wisely from tho nttt
tudo of a surrender to right to that of
concession to fraternal fooling, and it will
promoto tho national harmony by rofuud
ing to tho struggling cotton industry of
tho south overy dollar taken from its Boro
need under the great mistako tho cotton
taxofl865, SC-67-C8." Congress U now wo!!
awaro of tho great mistake so forcibly
pointed out by Gov. Alcorn, and soon will
mtiko ample reparation, lly tho provis-
or tho bill tho tax is ti bo refunded in
Kvetn,nnt bonds, which nro to run 40
yer, pacing 4j par co, illtereJti Tl0
hill also provld,,. t... . , ,
er, appointed l, "'"n i''0""
Forney w.fcellt t0 SPoSuilin
up matters, but tho much injured cZ
don't patch up worth u dam.
might a well try to unite tho Atlantic us
to ro-unlto the breach in tho republics,
ranm. rornoy uont mink much of thu 1.
bor reform nomination ; bo don't like tla-io
Independent nominations anyhow. I
reckon not neither doe Gram nor the
clique. ""Ho nnd hi friend may llko them
Ui bnfore next !hriitmas. yoitn venom.
ur.KAKKn rr.oM our. kxoiiaxoki.
Slinwneetown needs energy, ay tho
Col. Cutler, of Cobdon, died of dropsy
W ncal I soiling In Anna nt $t TC
1 80 pjr bushel.
.Mr. Jno. M. lliluinun, ofUnion coun
ty, recently killed a hog weighing
Tho Insane Asylum at Anna la rapid-'
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ready for pitlunt in tho fall
r 11 a
The wife of A. Wright, ono tho pro
prletor of tho Vienna Artery died of
i,ni,i.. ..i 1.-, mi. ..it.
typhoid iintumonia 011 tho 20lb tilt.
Tho Coleman property near Cobden,
owned by Jlr. .Millor, was doltroycd by
lire on lust Tuoid iy. lnuranco $8,000.
Senator Uowman has advertised his
property In and nround Sliawnestow 11 fur
8.ilu. Tho ill health of Ii id family 1ms de
cided him to locate further north.
A young man by tho nnmo of Tyner
suspected of tho assassination of Mr.
James Myers lias been arrested in
Illiamion county and hound over in
the sum of 1,000.
Capes will bo tho fasbionablo wrap.
Bows continuo In favor for ornament
ing tho hair.
Upper skirts do not show much chango
Polonaises arc of medium length and
Gold and silver nre very much used
in ornamenting the hair.
-Thoie U no alteration in cloak', cither
In sbap: or ornament.
-lilac); lr.ee scarfs make n pretty add!
tion to the house toilette-.
Among now importations this Spring
are street suits made in Horlln.
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IS ow neckties show broad stripes of I
harmonizing or contrasting colors.
"White silk tics aro ninongtho fashion
nbio, varieties of neck ornaments.
Handsome nets of tortoise shell jewel
ry are yet selected for general wear,
Ilonnets are very elegant melanges
of futlto and satin, with Uowers nnd feath
Jackets, with and without sleeves, aro
much worn ; mado of volvet, cloth or
Tlie standard ruff or white muslin, af
ter repaated failures, has won the esteem
of tbo fashionable world.
SCIIURZ IN THE SENATE.
1UH URKAT M'EKUII
(From the Correspondenoo Clucago Tribune.)
WAsuiNuroN, Feb. 21!. Carl Schurz is
thu wonder of our time. Burn to
speak anothor languago and to roam over
another continent, und to lead thu dull
l.fo of a po.ilicrtl European serving somo
petty monarchy as a faithful ally, or labor
ing in inellectual revolt lie has appeared
llko an apparition In u XJomucnitfoi.'uijiitr.y.
and become n spirit of the hour. Our
rancorous pnrlUans like Morton, our
sprigs ot conceit llko Uonkllng, our rol
licking llolieininns like Carpenter all of
these comedown, bull over, shrink und
splutter, when thu lino young "Dutchman"
ask tho lloor.
Look nt him before ho began Ids speech.
You seo a thin, tall, almost nervous
man, tearing bits ot paper
apart, seemingly troubled with tho
necessity about to approach, restless
of eyes und pulse, but very well
dreshoa aguntleman, a student, and ap
parently approaching this chapter of hi
life Vury much as a college grudmtto
comes to tho timo of his finishing speech.
You look ul this young man, and feel for
him; you wish that somo stronger, broader,
and less sensitive spirit had bis task to
undergo ; you roam over tho lino points of
his face, thu gnurlcd look of bis noso
and chin, tho red tint of his brownish
hair, and you search tho galleries around
to sou if his wife und daughter uro presont
to give him tho comfort of their approba
tion. Nothing of tho tort do vou tee. only
a young foreigner, almost newly naturaliz
ed amongst us, lying hack upon tho appre
ciation of tlireo or four friends, und tho
belief in fair play which should belong to
statos like ourj.
Then you sco the galleries All up, blacks
ond whites dropping in until all tho huge
space is Hilled, and tho doorkeepers begin
to struggle with tho excess of peoplo who
want seats. Then tho largo reporter'
gallery becomes crowded, nnd the door
keener shows somu concern ns to who
rually belongs to tho pros, and who slips
in as impostors. Thou tho vice-president
leaves his chair and puts somo dummy in
It, while ho takes that dummy's teat near
tho young "Uutchmnn.'' ext. tho on-
pononts of Schurz's policy work around
nervously, und look up at tho nudienco in
tho gallery, and feel that, with all their
tell-appruculmn, the peoplo aro ur ftimr
oll'from Mr. Grant. Then Senator is'yo
m seen in nuvu summing unusual to suv,
and with his largo ox-oyes, he slips around
in tho rear of Schurz, and says something
grave to thn man nuxt behind him. Then
Mr. Morton squats behind bis stand, and
lias a lead-pencil sharpened to tako notes
upon this tormidablo young champion.
Then lloscoo Conkling studies lino points
midway between tho cornieo and tho floor,
und seums to show that ho has a contempt
for nil this business, and would liko to
tako a buggy-rldo down tlie avenue, in
order that ho might not ba a party to it
but ho knows very woll that ho must ro
main In this nudienco und listen to the
harangue, for Ills going to boa good thing.
Then, purhap, yon will sco Mr. Horace
Porter, or somo of tho young follows
nround tho Wliito Homo, drop in us it
wero accidentally, but really to carry the
first now back of what tho' "Dutchman"
hiidtosay. Then, members of tho houso
appear at tho door, and fcrco their way in
on tho Hoot; Dawes, who lead tho prin
cipal committee, and Garfield, who leads
tho next, and nil tho others, and thoy slip
around the space back of tho senators'
chairs, or tnlto tho scats of curtain senator
who uro smoking ,,r lounging. Finally,
the sonalo leeks liko u great amphlthcatro
black with heuds,tho doors besieged every
body expectant; and, in that moment, Uttlo
folks unknown to iho country utiirt up
with Uttlo bills to put asido or defer tho
real matter of thu timo.
At length tho man In tho chair calls up
jno resolution, und says that Mr. Schurz
i hen Mr. Schurz Uand up iu hi blue
r,.".,.co?t. Plain collar, clean shirt, and
" utK emu, t .ttV brooches, and lnn
"enry 0l7v OT. TO ,0?5
wreion.nt.bBt deep, well-intoned. and
ami ovnrybody bends forward to
bear It. He "iys that when m.n tit..,. .
tun, Log. 111 nt tn qiioin and side
thrusts mm r.qulillo to doroat. an Invostl
gallon, the puhito may well open their
tuin 1111. 1 nnuw in inmi'.T in 11, mil A
this everybody' oar are well alert, nnd
tho apeech goo on. livery tcntonco in It
is curt, sharp, and manly. Kvory point
111 ll is :i getitluinair point, never intended
for ' mouths of lowest censure.'1 Without
pi ucli temperament In the speech, it climes
Its Way up towards cltisslcul climaxes.
Vory soon you citiseo .Mortons hiimls
working and It 1 mouth puckering; you
can tec- Conkling sticking his head down
into somo Imaginative document and pre-
tending to lie deeply meditating it
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t" vo iiarmii reiiuuiK iiieuneroKeo mil
and eounthiir thn moments of Ids scat In
thi body. You can co N vo 'siipiiinu
around In the rar, and suggesting sonm
KTV pbiujlhillty to somebody who is lis'.
fnmg too intently. .
Hut, locking away from llie'o ulaco-
getleis on the lloor of the senato Into tho
giillerlp" you will noto that every eye is
bright Willi appreciation, and every ear
oigerly intent to cntcli overy syllable
wnieii mo uuicnm in utters.
Tim MODK OS" DOINO IT,
lie stands before his desk, with his hand
upon the back of his chair, and upon the
desk uro book upon book, ready to bo con
sulted, and nobody know bettor limn ho
Hint mo luisi tun in me line oi nit argu
ment will bo Hindu n mullcr ot triutiipn lo
Ihe chans that fear him. 'lo make
speech like ono of Scburz'a ii, in groat
part, a consecutive, documentary matter
demanding the fullest, cloarest sagacity
capacity to uring up in order, wittiout lies
lUl'an, every pleco ot paper, every caicu
latlon, every book before him, and these
booKs, in tlie citso oi mo prccnt spcecn,
were in many languages, aim tuu man, ns
a linguist, ba'd to translato them off-hand
as well as to bo tin orator. No speeches
mado in WHtlitncton City liavo trodden
closer and moro severely upon the direct
path of argument than thoso ot bciiurz
ill power lies, lor the trunK partoi it, en
tirely in tbo force of consecutlvu state
ment ot luct. un tins argument, no
tiroceod keenly, undeviatincly. ttralnht-
forwardly. Now nnd then, when a point
loalcallv in its placo is to be made against
political opponent, bo stops aside from tho
contemplation of his manucript, nnd ut
ters it with nuuitionai lorcoanu apicnuor,
so that It pierce and makes blood for tho
instant nutter nt tho heart ot every nt
cner. A tho thing goes on you see tho
additional interest of tho galleries and tlie
growing fur v or tho factioniit. ion can
eo tiltlthtJ peoplo re with the man, and
tho piacc-RCttors outresseu nir ino points
t1- 7.! .. Tl'l. l.
110 13 !11UKII1 OH llJCIll lien UU saj 9
"sycopbant"'you can seo a shudder in ttio
shoulders of Conkling and in the heart of
Morton. No rovence which they are ca
llable of. under an cnlichtened form of
covernment, is adequate to meet this dar
ing intellectual cuampion. no overcomes
unm'.nliness with manliness, nnd meanness
with honor. lie describe .Mr. Koscoo
Conklinu without mcntionini: bitn, under
I a returned and reapplied form of speech.
Itefnrn hnbus fluhlicd. ovorv indcDendcnt
soul in tbo senate is marshalled to his tide.
"Heavens I" says a listening reporter,
"is not this your idealizitlon of a young
man's accomplishment of fame ? Look nt
him, and ecu how theso fellow hatu him;
how he hold the people, and yet without
u particle of demugogery."
Such is Schurz on ono of bis great occa
sionsa young man, making his points,
liberalizing tho country, terrifying torror.
They only retort, is the language of Mor
ton, that this man put a democrat in the
senate, and lost "tho party '' its represen
tative from .Missouri. And yet, look nt
Missouri to-day perfectly contented,
perfectly orderly, inducing immigration,
developing it railway system, rivalling
tho old states in thu country in population
and let us nnswer tho question as to
wlmthur Carl Schurz committed a blunder
when liu prompted the coiisurvutlvu ioj.
Compare .Missouri with Lunula mi or Geor
gia, and which state is in the hands of
This was the "Dutchman's" undertaking
und it has been us complete n success on
mat "i-fulcliimtn s pari as when Kaiser
ilhelin mndu a United Gormany out oi
11... 1....1.... ( X- ....
Jlr. Morton, Mr. Conkling, all tho res
"thu Dutchman" has come to stay I His
biography is u part of tho history of tho
West. It Is un illustrious chapter in tho
history ol .Missouri, l on may havo been
in your turn, groat war governors. Thi
man was director of the pence of Missouri
und ids fumu in the senato of our country
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