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SATURDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 23, 1SC9.
JOHN TI. OBERLY & CO
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A Washington correspondent of tho
of the New York 'Herald' Miys that
President Orunl, lit a'eonveraiitiun Avltli
a member of his cabinet, expressed rent
aatlsfuotlon ut (lie notion of tlio Virginia
legislature .in Hclectlng men for the
United Stale Rcnutu who can tuko tho
Iron-clad oalll. Having ratlfldil 'the
fourteenth and fifteenth amendments
and complied in oilier respects with tho
reconstruction net", lie did not neo any
obstacle to her admission to rcproBenta
lion In coi)fre.s., and ho hoped there
would bo none. Tho Presidout neems to
entertain a high opinion of Governor
Walker, or Virgin!. Ho inllmuteH that
no fur Governor Walker htxti ndhered to
all Iba pledget ho had niado tho Prebl
dent, and the latter regards him uu a
trietly honcnt man. Whatever oppo
sition may bo made by the defeated
Wells party to tho admission or Virginia
It in evident Hhe will havo tho support of
the President. It Ih believed that tbo
report of General Canby relative to the
manner in which the election wax con
ducted, will have an important Inlhiciice
upou tho radical In ongrchs. And oven
Hen llutler, who It relied upon us the lead
or of the opponent of admission, rnxUl,
some time ago, that except there watt
orno proof of fraud having bid tig prac
tlricd or intimidation it-oil ho huw no
rea-ton for netting the election u-ide or
"efuslng to admit the .State.
SiXA'JOi SPHAOUU OS Till'.
Senator Sprague recently delivered
an addrctt before tiie itliode Inland La
bor eouveutJou, in 'whiuli fie dealt at
length upou tho financial dltrm'tluim
hit whhh radical misrule and nhort
.ghtednes.s havo plunged the country.
He assumed that it is madnes.s for the
politicians to endeavor to make the
peoplo believe that they are the hap.
pint uutlon under the tuu, while labor
is to depressed and all their inteio.st.s are
no deeply hUlleiing.
Uhatover may bo the fc'enutor'a do
lgnn Ukiii the future, wo feel constrain
til touccml to him, In his present course,
a considerable degree of sincerity, Mi
own busincn", the mngnitudo of which Ii
not Mirpaiwed by that of any other man
In New Knglarul, has taught him tnueli
that ono notho favorably Mtuatod could
not have learned; and lie declares from
an abiolutc experimental knowledge.
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that tulllctx upon the people, the burden
and dlstie utidur which ttuy aro
The rich are growing richer and the
m 'r !' rcr, whilt thuru I no hand to
lethal i" digging us all down
i digradrttion. Grav republl-Hl-irs
lautili at efT'rH to pronuive
i .unl honor and elcvati tb j'o
t!:N country. And thn we go
to Utrueii- n
of our downfall,
bn found in lh iniwor of money and i
. n'.ru nf tin iHninitorri airalnut the .
MOIir Ml'L'DJUi 7-Y 111K SCHOOL !
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On Wcdnusday w copied from the
Cnuago 'Tlmos' a paragraph detailing
tho facts connected with the brutal
murder of a little even year old hoy, at
ilm hands of a sawwa. laiiy leaener in
tho public school of that city; and now j
wo add a ease, not so atroclnUii, but ex
tremc ai! revolting, that occurred In tho
public schools of St. I -j tils. And day af- ,
ttr day wo may add others, so long us j
that barbarous and brutal pracllco of i
intllcttng corporal punishment Is toler
ated in our public school. The St. Louis j
Republican of the 22d. says: (
The editorial columns of tho Itepubli- i
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CUII Vl'MtTl ) I'WIHIHHVU mi iituiiuiii ui u
w.ar,.im1.iml.soutrairoi)erpetrated by u
IliUI litlii-"i M i
female teacher In Lhleago tijion a child metalic currency.
only soven'ycursof age. Wohaveuow! jujk,, Duut contended lu his Cireim
to report u milder but still ferocious as- j . -. tlmt tjl0 colored people wero
Ktull yesterday hv a feiuulo teacher In ,,,, t0tll0 Kopubllcans for their
WdS?. tho'Mavol's Sec'rliiiry.0 SlilS. U.ut tho 'prochunatlon of
little girl, aged twelve yean1, was attend- i etiutticliiutluii was a war measure, ami
ing Lincoln fdiool (room No. 7.1 on thU wft! juten,isd to place tho Kepub-
KugenuMrcii, near . '
r uiwt inUsKil two words in her He
ing le".on, for which delinquency alio
was required to hold out her right hand,
to be i"iUcn with a rattan ol unuhual
size. When tho humane teacher blip
poked she hud enough Injury In that
.Irf-ctlon sho hud the trembling, sobbing
thlltl to hold out the other for tho miiuo
tieatmcnt. The Injuries inllictcd arc lo
presented to bo fioverc, requlilng medl
tul attention, as the pain and excite
ment produced high fever, which It was
itarul lust ovening would toruiinato in
Tho Postmastor General ha hclected
the fi ll.iWltij newspapers In Ml- ' 1 t
publish advertIsmont for prJjoals to
orry Iho 'imWlH in that State forroiir
years, beglniiigln duly, IKO, viz: Mlfs
r.url 'Dcmoorat,' Kt. Joseph 'Union,' Jell
er.on City 'State TitneH.'Sprlngnelil 'Pa
triot,' and tho Votlloho 'Post.'
Ju. lussoou an It Is definitely ascertain
ed that Fodcrul ofllco.holder In Texas
supports Hamilton fur Governor ho Is nt
onc'u reinoS'cd. The Collect r of tlio
Tlilrd'l't(is-di.strict was lately removed,
und 1 i a few d-osutp!
U ll 1 tlms
The bellttllhg feature or thq Amorlcau
character is tlio provulllng 'dlbporltlou
to fawn al (ho feet of power and to
toady distinguished vlsltord from abroad,
The exhlbltoiiH of this disposition drawn
out by the sojourn of fatbotrllyacin
tho In Now York aro perfectly sickening.
Tho appearancu, tho dress, the habits,
tho diet ami the movement of tho dis
tinguished ntranger are recorded, and
that they are read with avidity, Is evi
denced by tho eagerness with which
newspaper men grasp at tho most lncon
Hidetablu detail. Every paper in tho city
claims that Its reporter Is tho only one
that has had the "honor" of uu Inter
view. As matter hi point wo present
tho following which wo find in a lalo
number of tho Now York 'Telegram
"The Herald reporter was the only re
precntutivo of the prc& Ju this city, al
lowed au interview. Jt says thW morn
ing:" "He (Father llyclnthe) was obliged
to decline all receptions. Dut tlio
Herald reporter was on hand. In he
The Sun reporter wiu uIho tho only one
who had an interview. Ho hays:
"He i Father Hyuciuthe) was Invisible
to all except the reporter of tho .Sun."
The Times reporter does not-claim a
special interview, buUays:
' He very politely accorded u.s a brief
Tho World reporter acknowledges he
did not gi-t an Interview but he did the
next best thing. Ho got a porter in the
Fifth avenue Hotel to take to Father
Hyaciuthe'.s rooms a number of written
questions. Thefto questions were already
answered in the published letters of tho
Padre, and It was simply going over old
and well-known ground, and the an
swers could have been, and probably
were, written In tho ollice. Tho World
also interviewed the cook and learned
"Tho great preacher nte sparingly of
the plainest dl?dicf, and seemed quite
fond of celery and pickled onions; un
der done must beef aud boiled mutton ho
ul-o fecined to rell-h, and tho desaert of
raisins aud other frnlta were relished by
him. He drank sherry In small quanti
ties aud occasionally u gla ofjMedoe
claret. A light breakfast of white hot
Fruich rolls and a cup or codec served
fur his bn.-ukfu-t, aud his lunch was
nothing hut a little coup and u boiled
Tlio Tribune bays:
"Among (hone who hud a protracted
Interview with him uas u representative
of the Tribune "
The Tribune also says, this morulug,
that Futher Hyncjuthe Is "the coming
muu," when it is' well known that ho
Tho St.ir ri tmrliT iliwx twil. ohiliii tn
ti.,. tmiii i.r ilm matter N. no reporter !
I of any paper was received by or tpuku .
i , VulUar livaelntho for moro than one I
. to l-iillier Jivacinwio ior iiiuiu in
minute, and thn only as ho wus puwdng
along the (wrrldorsof the hotel.
I'-U.UIVAL PAHA Gil APS.
Tiie l)moeatlo nmjori'y In the Cali
fornia I.tflidature, on Jolut ballot, 1b
Iho Democratic State Central .Com-
niHlcc of Indiana has called tho Denio-
,n,. ?;inliiailni? Ktato Convention for
tho eighth of Jauuary, 1S70.
Financial men of all parties now re
gard ll'iutwill as tho most wouderful
humbug that ever held tho olllco of Sec
retary of the Treubtiry.
It Is said that Hutler did not write the
diclaratlon of Cuban Independence, but
inr.tfwp.l to have meddled a llttlo
with tho American declaration of 1770.
A uow ring fpr plunueriug mo umiou-
al treasury is to bo formed in Cougreh
this winter, and will be known as ocean
.i i.in rbi.r It will bo radical of
Tho Shlnownern' abboclatiou of New
York, held a meeting and resolved that
tho tireaent bankruptcy of tho American
Bhlp-buildlng interest is owing, solely to
- I..II,.,, .....I
i ofleiiblvo legislation and
i ,. l., t?ower. and was not dictated
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any love oi me uvgiu
The radicals of tho Now ori; j.u
Leagues declare buldly that they wilt
not Mtpport Greeley for Comptroller,
The feeling against him Is iuteuso. Geo.
W Ulunt, a leadln;: radical, denounces
him in a public card. The mutter of tho
Jell' Davis ball bond Is again brought for
ward. It Is thought, ho will likely bo
frightened from making tlio lace.
Democrats, Maud by your organisation,
Theio Is no party htrength except in
united uutlon. N. party can wiu uiiless
Its member btippiirt Its regular nominees,
Turn out to a iy,un pu the second day of
November, and vote tho straight ticket
It does not lake long to vole. Wo be
Move lu whi'o mm vutliig while they
liuve a chance to vote.
Democrats everywhere have cause of
congratulation over the remit ol the elec
tion in Ohm anil Peii.yl vanla, In view
of tho fact that tho.v have been beaten
I.v . lv li lew tllollsaiiu i'H " "I
nearly one million. It f hows a he.illhy
condliion of tho party in thon Htntes
and continual increase in numbers of
tho faithfulignardians of tho peoplo s
rights. Another day is coming, let tho
,bo snowed up. .'Hie. .right.
In Clifton precinct, Humlltou county,
where Mr. Pendleton resides, ho receiv
ed, at tho lain "election, a majority of
twenty-eight. Tho urao precinct gavo
Uraatja.iijorlty of forty. In .tho Fif
teenth ward, bn tbe'dthcr hand, which
wjva formorlythe homo of General Hayes,
ho recolved sv'niajorltyof only three hun
drod and elsiy-ene, when Grant received
six hundred and ninety. These aro sig
nificant items of tho popularity of the
revpectivo candidates At their homes.
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' Commissioner Delano has received a
letter from Bupervlsor Uloomflald, In
Illinois, showing that 'Pa .ewe II county,
Ills., for tho year ending September 20,
leci, paid a revenue tax of $1S4,0)0 from
all Bourees, and for tho year ending. Sep
tember IV, ISfiO, paid a tax of 510,0o0.
During the former year all of the distil
cries in Pekin wero run most of tlio time,
and the tax for tho greater part of that
period was one distillery wn.s run contiu
uousl.', aud it aloue paid a tax ofSWi,
000, being more than the whole county
paid tho previous year.
. a fossil (;i.t."r.
Hlugular Olacuvrr)' m nr Hyt ur, X. V.
A remarkable discovery has been
made in the town of Lafayette, New
York, a human form of huge propor
tions, entirely potrlfled, was found under
the following circumstances; About 12
miles south of .Syraeu", near Cardltf,
lives u farmer named Win Nowell. Yes
terday afternoon, in company with a
hired muu, ho began to dig a well in a
meadow In the rear of his barn. About
2J feet below tho surface they struck
upon what was supposed to be a large
stone, and Mr. N. went for a crow-bar to
remove it. Jicfore ho returned,
how over, his man had uncovered
two large stony feet and leg.. Continu
ing their digging, they brought to light
tho perfect llguro of a mau of more than
giant size, and, and as solid a.s If chis
d jii out of the rocks of Ououdago. Some
conception of the sensation It produced
hero may be formed when I give you a
few-of the actual measurements. Tho
total length from tho top of tho head to
the lower surface of the instep is 10 feet,
'2i Inches; ucroas tho should rthn width
is three feet; across the pultn ot un
hand, 7 inches; tho largo linger Ih eight
Inches long; the thigh is '21 inches, and
the Ice below the kdeelM inches in thick-
ncs. Iho figure was found lying
tho left leg thrown ocros th right. 'J ho
r.....i.iiiiiiiii In eoiinilotc i;ver think' Is
thote-the wrlnklo, about the eyw, thu
Adam'.s a.p!o In the neck, the full veins,
prominent muscles and bones, the
tifitural swell of each rib, and the clearly
deilued iiailf,l"th of the hati'l-and fei t.
The face ami features were decidedly
Caucasian. May it not be a statue? The I
decided opinion of nearly ( very per n
vviin has ceen It und It has bteii visited
to-day bvsomo of tho nio.i highly edu
cated and Intelligent puopld of this city
Is that its perfection, tho material of
which Ills composeii, omi uie pwee m
which it was round, uro agauisi tins ny-imthi-Hls.
Itseemstobe comiioted of a
soft grayish limestone, with which tills
region auounus. as muj no biuhw-vh
epfculators are already on liand, sums
reaching Into the tens ar thousands have
lieenotierou lor uie ngure.
Since writing tho auove 1 icarn uu .
Dr. J.F. liovutou, the well-kuown geol
ogUl und lecturer, of this city, has visit
ed tho spot, and Inclines to tho wplnlnii
Uiat tho gigantic figure Is a statue. This
theory, however, leaves the mutter In
almost as groat a mystery as tho other
TA.XIKH TUB ClIU I'I.ATlnX Of I'AMIN,
lu tlio case pending In the U. 8. Su
premo Court between the President and
Directors or tho Veazle I mk, of Maine,
and Jercmluli Fetino, collector of reven
ue, Instituted to recover tho taxes paid
to the said collector, the Attorney (.on
eral argues that tho taxis not u direct
i .v . III. In tin nipaillll:' ! the CUllfUtU
Hon, and l not a tax capable of being
apportioned among the rt.ates, according
to numbers. It is an i.xclse, or duly,
unoii -i branch of buslu- - or the mode ot
carrvlng on business of the s.inio doacrip
tion'hy allcorporatlons ofa certain char
acter. Congress would havo tho consti
tutional right to prohibit what t hoy thou
undertake to tux; and whatever th-y
mav I rohihit mot nio7 m m j they may
regulate or permit up.:i condition, ir
tho no .vi r to tax the lt-
L'teeof u.atlon Is not to he regarded by
thli court, but U within the ilb-m-U 'ii of
eoti"ie"'i wnoso mouvos iw h uu ,i-,
(itiirtd Into within tho nco.uof tlu-Ircou- ,
hiltutluuiil functions. '1'lie j.owcr totux
includes the power to muki- taxation bur
domrome, or evm detiuottve ti p.rU 'i;
lar branches of builnw.. I ho uhlr. i
mlty iciiulre.l lu taxation u not vmlatid
bvan I'semption mudooiiliiul.lle groun;U,
tilo exception bolus, lu Itnelf, iiiilHrni In
all IIk- iau. ()U tho part of tho bank
uneouitltutioiial, bscaiiHo il ir a dirt-i-l
tax without apportionment mnenj the
l-...i..u. iwi,Miiwi. ii inn n uiiti;i. ui... n.wii
It Vlolatotit'ie rule of uiiifoi uii;y ruijulred
Ir la III
nimli 11 rill tiuurnatlnn ot tho niiuileliml
iniwor of tho sepovsito iSt.iti-. It la h
constitutional beeauno tlio t'in.-ot or thu
tu-c U to take, without '.t'iiwt 'in,
iirivato nronerty, nunie' v, t c frunehiio
of tho Imiik'MOf tlioStuU'. ,
ThmlrcUion in tho ea. ui
h Nri ully
run. of .'nut tnportanee t
i,utri Jt of tlio country
tav. rs - - - - -
will bu pml
by UC COtlfltmmoil, wrun?' u , 'y"X.,llV"l; i n ' irnl lii iiilynin-i-.l V"
tuK ininoH'd for rovenvo, but lmi..Wl ! M.,,y "r",,? ,,.,.r..iHi"'i' tWt.HtMuii.
order tax out of oxUU m- ih Unks of !.,. y.,..,!:, ..... ... h.;-rv.rth n..-i;rm ?
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LNTKIty IJmwJKKAT 31 KX.
The Ch'nriB Jlunt.
p.'orresponili!iioi).V. V- livening Telr.im.J .
1 havo noticed a great deal of "Inter
viowing'rof big men, going, inueceutly.
I bclipVeJt is njckotidd a blg ttilntolu
t'irVlew a'blg niafi, b6 t thought T would
try my hand at tho business.
I havo interviewed Chang, tho Chi
Ho is tlio biggest man ,Iu tho worldv
I question whether thoro is another
question of such vast importance just
now us the Chincio question.
Tills Chinese immigration agitation is
a big subject tuo peoplo want light upon,
and U Chung is not tlio big subject to
furnish It, who Is?
Jicfore droeeedlng further lot mo ro
mark that those persons who fuver coolie
labor, and those who do not, will bo
somewhat astonished to learn that
Chung considered it downright fallacy
for either party to suppose they can in
terview him without paying tho usual
"Mr. Chang," Tasked, "what la your
opinion of Chinese immigration."
Chang "Tal-kee Souchong, fl.fl, jaul
This very clearly expressed opinion
only corroborates the idea thut 1 havo
frequently promulgated on this subject,
aud no doubt will have a tendency to
encourago or oppo.so tlio introduction
of coolie lu'oor Into this country.
II What are the feelings or the Chinese
touching the edght-hour law?"
Chang "Kikl-plkl, hrokcc-duddeu
tulpl ogolcngo muck-amuck, kirnkce.'
1 was rather surprised to iiear Chang
say this. 1 had alwayseutertained u
contnuy opinion. Lulus hope tho Ce
lestials will btcomo belteriuformcdaftor
a century' sojourn among uh, and In
stead of working for one dollar per day
of eighteen hour, will slriko every other
day tor live dollars for a day of eight
"Are not the many dangers and dis
graces which .stun) your peoplo In tho
race on their arrival in this city such
as being elected to the legislature, or be
ing mistaken for Susan H. Anthony,
Georga Fruuciu Train, Horace Greeley,
and other stroug-mlnded women are
not thc"u horrors a great check to Chi
Chang Chow-chow, slse Tllposkl pitin
I always thought so.
"Which profession is tho moat cultiva
ted by tlio ChlneKi at homo?"
"Cluing Chopsticks and ratl-flupsi."
' T marvek'd much at this. I thought,
as a general thing, they followed writ
ing stories for the Yokohoma N. Y. 'Led
ger , for they always havu u tale grow
ing nut of their heads.
"How do you and your , follow citizens
regard the giititfeiutilu HfitlYugo move
ment?" . .,. ..
avvi'-haiVMi-hchleb." KnbiiovX'iirUr "
rights of wiiiileii, tho ladles of the-'itev-oluti'in'
will miely advt.eato Chinese
eiui-'ratlon, and Litpotiso John's cause
with all their inlghin and pen-, if not
i ihiu-c John hlmelf.
I have heard that the Chinese.iro in
d"l. . t, ai.d vi'l not w- rk fur one dollar
a day w In u they can steal two."
Chung "W hoove r says sols n pelf
unclaimed ami habitual liar."
Tins emphatic reply, in the moi-l up
proved and ier-v KnglMi, Mirprlsed a
well us jdeused me surprtrod to heur
Cluing use such good I-higHsli, and
pleied to know that ho had been only
a few weeks in-acquiring It.
1 think I hear you m.y, "This Is only
half an Interview."
That is Just what It is.
Chang i o big I couhPut Interview
him all lu one day.
i ..in iiliii- hue!; to morrow to llulsu
On tli.--: 17lh IGiiico K. Trowbridge,
daughter of 15. H. Trowbridge, residing
near Prnceton, Mlasourl, was bitten on
the foot and auklo by a rattlo-unakes
i and died from the ellVcts lu thirteen
, hours alterwarda.
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