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tiaa.-President Hayes, Secretary Sherman
"d Garfleld'-CNTYTTribane. ;
Fancy the f. e ings of the thirsty Democrat -Dreserved.
ic Senator wb n he ' descends to the First
The Dollar of the Daddies will be left in
ft utile grave. . . ,
Tbe Lmted State- Goreniment win not be
run fur the benefit of aUrec speculators, j
"The teflatiooists must s k new d;sguise
sow, or grve up toe nuMoesa.
. This country will be spared the humiliating
rcsoii ot leering tne original theory or resump
tion by nfcana1of UJlsUoo. -
-rernaps toe masses worn iney come np
wua i3eir sponge may 'wipe out iikand la
stead of tbe public credit. v rI : .
Tbe dttmand of the silver agitata for Secre
tary Sherman's resigTistion is liable to be re
newpa witn Increased violence.
; The never-discouriged James Flarlan is try
fJ","-uov" l"e tmleu ollM- ocntl'
,rom 10,r- "
K Wr. Tilden and Charles Francis Adams
woutd make s concert tour, singing the srreat
J.? 1 w'th tions. the troupe would
In Central Africa the venerated silver dol
lar is called the "father of buttous." I he
heathen have less reverence even than a M all
For seven solid weeks the Senate of tbe
United States devoted itxelf to a collar and
elbow discussion of the great question Who
is boss ?
Secretary Sherman's stand on the honest
side of the silver question will help to neutral
ise some of the Democratic assaults on the
The Is test bulletin about Senator Sharon is
that be never requested the Senate to go to a
warmer climate than U to be found above
ground, aad that he will be in his seat on Jan
Mr Lamar's novel idea of converting- the
bV lid South tn sound financial views by means
of unlimited doses of Teconcilntion" would
be more popular if the number of conversions
,r wpoJV. " V1
r!ady wcured in that
wsy didn t stand so
chaw to zero-
bhh has the misfortune to contain a good
many - financial heretic,-but ahe- uVsei ve
credit fur producing the three men who have
done tbe cause of ptlblio faith aad honest
National Sample Roo , finds all the decanters
shattered, and ia their place the ladies of tbe
jura, it- H. ctsyes Assoctstioo chanting se
ductively, "Sign, sign the temperance pledge,
for tis a glorious privilege. "
Patterson has shaken tbe grip of tbe Wash
ington court from hi collar, and i now at
the mercy of tbe Senate. If the Democrat
do not execute their hearties thi eat to expel
bim, be car take tbe field as a lecturer and get
back that 10,000 in a short time. The Sena
tor is at present tbe most unique speCacle in
America, and tbe public will pay liberally
for a sight of him-
Senator Conover says he has nothing
against tbe President, since the latter has
treated him better than General Grant did,
and made all the appointment he asked for:
He is thoroughly in accord with the Southern
policy, and voted for Butler's admission be
cause be thought it was as good a time aa any
to trail in tbe track of Hayes. Tbe great man
ia merely an amateur reconciler.
The Democratic party should consolidate
at once now, as tbe champion of inflation and
ar.ti'resumption. Tbe attitude of the Admin
istratiou leaves it no alternative The solid
South and the West are ready for the move,
and a breed new organ, to advocate the faith
ha been started at Washington. The Eastern
brethren may object a little, but they are a
feeble minority and are, moreover, used to
swallowing their convict kins Tbe keynote
t 1880 may a well be (track now as at any
other time- N. V- 1'ribuoe.
INTERESTING TO TEACHERS.
Concerning a Novel Plan for
A teacher ia aa Akron school bus in
vented a new plan of teaching little
children to read. This plan has the
advantage tht it at once awakens the
little pupila' curiosity and consequent
ly secures tbeir interest. Tbe teacher
preptreson slips of cardboard some
word which may be made tbe prin
cipal one In a short pen:ence, an, for
iontanee, "dog." The word is written
and printed upon tbe slip so that the
pupil may learn the elements of pen
manship with reading and spelling.
The scholars are taut-lit to read, spell,
and wtite this word until! they have
learned it thoroughly, and then an
other slip with tbe word "the" upon It
ii given them and tbey are taught its
meaninir, use, and relation. Then the
pupila are taught other words In the
Mine way aod are taught to pat tbe
words toirether to make sentences.
Thus in each new word that com-s up
tbe scholar is interested and bis Interest
Is preserved all through.
The plan, then, it will be peen,
turvnwes the following points of
superiority: First, .it ure-ieuts a uc
ceNsion of surprit s, which, of course,
awakens the first requisite of succt-sftlul
teaching, mental activity; exvn.l it
gives the children somthing' to do
while at tbe samo time they are un
consciously acquiring; Ire-h know
ledge; third, it assists them in a correct
expression, breaking up tne habit of
monosyllable replittn; fourth, it
advances the pupil much more rapid
ly aod morathorouichiy tnu by the old
doing in probe ly one half
tbo work of many weary
Senator Sharon's Nevada friends say
ho would have attended the extra
session had he supposed there would
have been any business before It more
Important than the pa saga of ap
propriation bills. This dies not seem
to excuse him for telegraphlug a re
quest that the 8enae go to the devil
when he was Informed ol tbe arrival of
"more Important" business.
If the Pit-siiient wasn't an Onto man
tbo "ilvor agitators wouldn't fetl so
Report of Secretary Sherman.
iu bis report for the year ending
Junf 30. 1877, Sec'y Sherman says that
ordinary receipts amouuted o $28S,-
wt',ano oi, not ordinary expenses to
928,340,S77 69; the residue applied to
thPHinkiug lund leaves a deficit of
(4 3S9,i5o 51, Both expenses and re.
ceipts have been reduced in about the
same proportion. - On a bs-is of the
pet be mattes somewhat reduced eti-
urate lor tbe present year, and re
commends a further reduction of at
least 9 ll.WKMWQ. In reg-sni to specie
resumption, the Secretary holds that
the foW.OOO.OOOof notes still outstand
ing Jan. 1, 1879, accord inif to law will
be reissuable. The Soc'y ventures to
vxpress me opinion, that tru best rur-
reucy tor the people of the U. States
would be a carefully-limited anioaut of
j. orate notes, tiromptlv redeemable
on presentation in coin, and sup-orted
ny ample reserves of coin, ana supple
mented by a system of National Banks.
organized under general laws, free aod
open to ail, with power to issue cin-u-lating
notes secured by U. 8. b-:nds de-
pnsiteo with I tic Uoverntrirfot, and re
deemable on demand in U. 8. notes or
coin. Sut-h a system will secure to tba
people a sate currency of t-quul value
ia all parts of the country, receivable
for all dues, and easily ceovertible into
Trie question of the issue of a silver
rollar fur circulation as money has
been much di-cussei and carefully ex
aiuiiM-d by a L'oiiiuiissiou organized by
Congress, which has recoinmendttl the
coihfge of the old silver dollar. With
such i violative Drovsious as will
maintain its current value at par with
gold, its isu is respectfully recom
mended A gold coin of the deuouil
nnttou of one dollar is too small for
convenient circulation, while Wuhan
coin in silver would be convenient for
multitude of daily transactions, and i
w in a form to satisfy tne natural in
stinct of hoarding.
ji the metals, silver is of most saner-
al use for coinage. It is a part of eve
ry system ot coinage, even in countries
where gold is the sole legal standard.
It best measures the common wants of
life, but, from its weight and bulk, is
not a convenient medium In the larger
exchanges of commerre. Its protiuc
lion Is reasonably steady in amount.
The relative market value of silver and
gold is fur more stable than that of any
other two comrtoditiee still, it does
vary. It Is not in the power of hum- n
law to prevent the variation. This
inherent difficulty has compelled all
t oris to adopt one or tbe other as the
sole standard of value, or to authorize
an alternative standard of either, or tp
coin both metals at an arbitrary stan
dard, and to maintain one at par with
the other by limiting its amount and
legal tender quality, and receiving ur
redeeming it at par with the other.
it has been the careful study of
statesmen for many years to secure a
currency, not suniect to the
cnanicesoi market value, &o anjusted
that both kinds can be kept in emula
tion tea-ether, and alternating with
eaca other. The growing testimony I
nas oeen to uaopr, for coin, tne prlnci
pleof redieniability' applied to differ
ent fru-W-iwr4tiieyr. Ry-iiimt
ing tokens, silver and foer money to
the amount needed for business, ani
promptly receiving or redeeming all
that may at any time be in excels, all
these forms of money can te kept in
circulation, in large amounts, at par
wthgold. In this way to- oaof inte
rior value are readily circulated, but do
ma uepreciaie rx-iow ihepapvr money
into which tbey are convertible. The
fractional silver coin now in circula
tion, though the silver of which it is
composed is of less market value than
the paper money, passes readily among
classes of people.and answers all the
purposes for which it whs designed.
And so the silver dollar, if restored to
our coinage, would greatly add to the
convenience of the people. But this
coin should be sdbject to the sa ue rule,
to Issue and convertibility, as other
forms of money. If the market value
the silver in it were less than that of
gold coin of the same denomination,
ami it were issued In unlimited quanti
ties and made a letrsl tender for all
debts.it would demonetize g Id and
depreciate our p-.pr curreucy.
It wa4 heartless in the President to
call the pet silver theories "delusion-,"
hut his love of truth forced him to it.
The last scheme to make Mr. Tilden
President is the most meUncholy fail
ure of all. Absolutely nobody his the
audacity to say a kind word of it.
Jones probably agrees with bis
colleague, Sharon, that the San Fran
cisco Stock Exchange is a better field
speculation than the United States
Stanley Matthews 'rose above party'
enough to help Fitz-immoos
through. This looks well. If he keeps
in this wsy he may be a formidable
candidate for the Ohio SenatoMhip yet,
notwithstanding the Democratic ma
jority in the Legislature. Hayes can
write to Ewing to stand aside and be
elected Speaker. Philadelphia Times
The last authority discovered by the
8lver inflationists to be in favor of
paving the bonds in silver is ex-Secre
tary Richardson. They seem to have
forgotten Mr. Richardson's fm mortal
attempt to resume specie payments
with a quart bag full of silver.
The latest phrase of the Ohio Sena
torlal 'ontest is an attack of the Thur
man clique upon General Morgan, the
candidate recommended by William
Allen. This seems to b lively enough
mske the Qen tail's pmst-ects as
dubious as those of Ewine and Pendle
ton. The extreme Inflationists do not
tske kindly to Morgan either, but are
tslkinif about ex Speaker Converse as
man most likely to win. He Is a
friend of Pend.eton, and so thorough
ifoinir a softtconey sdvoeste that be is
spoken of as a "peer" of Ewing.
Remarkable Change at Niagara
The horseshoe at NiHgara is now a
rlght-augle rather than a curve. The
rocks In the center have been eaten
away from year to year, and now tbe
side walls are crumbling. On Satur
day morning a large section f rock
toward the Canada shore fell with a
tretnedous crash, and during the night
still larger area went down. The
falls now wear a new face, and visi
tors will undoubtedly he charged
twenty-five cents extra next season.
The public can scarcely expert that the
owners of Goat Island and the muse
am can afford to have those rocks fall
down a It bout making a penny by It.
N. Y. Tribune.
The police force of Liverpool, Eng.
land, is compost d ot twelve hundred
men, of hu average height of five feet
nine and a third Inches, and average
service ef nine years and seven months.
The Wonderful Things that Professor
Loomis, of Washington.
The Washington correjuvuirinnf;
the Hartford 7im sends the following
to his paper: In these, days of , tele
phonic wonders nothing, ii it is withio
the ranKe of anything lijce probability,
surpriseous. : Information has reacheu
nere recently that Professor Looaiis.
wot- nns oeen in tne mountainous re
gions oi west Virginia lor som
uioDins conout ting a series of (xueri-
nAn,a..W k. I . . . -
u,ruis-iiu ma pr pust-a asrtai tele
graphy, has demonstrated, fiuaily that
utiuiiiiii Miiiioui wiren la -r.rui.
Cat. His manner ot oners tino- u,i.i
has on a previous oct-aaion ruwn d
sunned in this corresDondence. ha
oeen inaorsea by manv acientUia. It
consists of runnimr a wire un In -
certain altitude, reaching a particular
. rV wetnciiy. Which, accord in g
mj i roiesw.r ijooinis, ran be found at
various heights. At anv riiutanK.
away in is same current can be reacheo
by a similar wire, and
can oe nau immediately. The appiov
ra i ua necessary tn hrtntr thmii iKl-
f0Sd9l 18 ve,y 8-aiP1ftn inexpensive.
i una ut-en luuy ascertainea that tola.
grmpnic communication doea not tak
piace over or though the sround. Thi-
sniie comuiUQica lou continue whet
tnese electric currents supplied by
naturfjarvosed. Professor Luttmkhs.
as saia oetore, telegraphed to parties
eleven nillesdlstant by merely sendii.g
uk ant-, si men ena oi the distance,
a certain height, attached to which if.
piace oi tne ordinary string was tbe
one copper wire. When, both kites.
though eleven miles distant from each
otner, toucned the same current, com
uiunicaiion a bad between them
both, and messages were sent from one
ena to the other by means of the
ordinary Morse Instrument in connec
tion witn the instrument invented by
Professor Loomis. This showed that
the theory on which he had worker
lor many years was the correct one,
and that by the proper means, such a
stationary wire arranged from natural
or artificial eminences, could be opera t
ed soecessitilly at all times. It Is tru
that serial tel- graph y may not be much
of ".'certainty during violent storms or
e!e?tii3:jsho.rers, but it will not meet
with more obstructions than the ordi
nary wire telegraphing, which Is not
at all - are during the periods spoken
of. It will be a long tjme before ertal
telegraphing can be carried on between
places which are but a short distance
apart. If, indeed it ever will. In such
cases the wires will continue to be U8en.
though for long distances, such as for
telegraphing from one side of the
ocean to another, the ferial telegraph
will take its plsce entirely. Professor
Loom is has a scheme now on font fnra
series or experiments from a point on
one of the highest peaks on the Alps,
in ownzenana, io a similar situated
place in the Rocky Mountains, on this
side of the world. If this succeeds, of
course, nts invention will rank! in im
portauca with that tifJha. electric tele
graph itself, and be even greater than
that of the telephone. All of tbe
money necessary to carry on the ex
periments has already been promis
ed, and it will not be msny years, if it
turns out to be a success, before ocean
cables will to one of the lost arts, as
having played its part. It will be laio
aside. The cost of serial telegraph-,
wiil not be over 1 cent when the othe'r
Science and Industry.
The American ?ron Works, ef Pitts
burgh, employ 2000 men.
Nearly all the iron manufactories ot
ban a raocisco are busy.
The Shf ffl-Id Steel Works, of Pitts
burgh, are employing 350 hands.
A little alum added to saffron in soft
hot -eater makes a beautiful yellow
A lathe has been shipped to Ecuador
dv me rutnam Machine company,
A good waterproof cement . may be
uiHiie ny mixing giue a, rosin 4, red
ocnr a pans, witn a nute water.
To coat Iron with emery, give the
meiai a gooa coat ol oil and white lead;
when this gets dry and hard, apply a
mixture oi giue ana emery.
A new manufacturing enterprise
wnicu is pn jectea in liartMru, Conn.,
is a factory tor the production of gla.
burial casketa. An effort is being made
to organizes company Tor tbe purpose
Sixty-five families from Pennsvlva
nla and New Jersey have just settled
upon 1000 acres of agricultural land In
Navarro county, Texas. The 8tate
Commissioner of Emigration expect
thet tin increase of population this
year will far exceed that of last, when
it passed considerably beyond 300,000.
Texas is computed to have made
this year 700,000 b tics of cotton, from
which will b obtained In addition I
the value of the fibre 840.000,000 pounds
orseca. mis seea. converted into oil,
would bring over $14,000 000. The to
tal exports of cotton from the port o
Gslveston during the season just clos
ed were 495,814 biles, of which 256,928
went to foreign and 238,886 to domes
Printing pictures from prints is thus
described: The page or picture Is first
soaked in a solution of potash and then
in one ol tartaric acid. This producer
perfect diffusion of crystals of bitar
trate of potash through the texture o
the imprinted part of the paper. A
this salt resists oil, the ink roller may
now be passed over the surface, with
r.nt transferring any ink except to the
An English co-operative company
has purchased the old Oakdale I u mace,
in Ronne, Tennessee, together with
50,000 acres of land, a large portion sur
rounding the works, and others lying
in the adjoining counties ot Scott, Mor
and Cumberland, on which it it.
prop-wed to bastte large colonies, both
from England and the Northeastern
States, to carry on mining, manufactn
ring and farming os?rations on a very
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AemocLTL-BE is a part of the regular course
study pursued in Franklin College, Kew
Athens, Ohio. A class will be instructed in
this science during the Winter Term,
meacing January 1M, 1878. , (11 89 8tj
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A t eloae of Iostan IS BlT,"i"rli-
'77 UJ Bt-ajtst'
PERSONAL AND PERTINENT.
In 1797 tbe British Goverfiment ma
supporting -6.000 clerical and 9. aso
lay emigres. ........
. Say some Republican Senators in tha,
eiusive carpet-nagger: "With alt thy
faults we love thee still.'
Jules Ferry, the French Republican
leader, is said to be threatened with
Insanity from the excessive use of hair
dye. . -. .
'. Mr. Hendricks s ys he never tries to
hefueny now a days. This throws a
'resh mystery an-a-al that fauioas lec
ture txi geography.
The B ston School Coiu rait tee has
Oopted an order authorizing the
Committee on High Schools to oganize
t Latin school for girls ia that city.
.The pineapple flavor furnished to lea
creams and candies is reunited as
produced from butyric ether or acetate
of butyle, both produced from coal tar.
Congressman Brentano. of Illinois.
is sure Judge Davis is nothing else
than a Democrat, and would be great
ly surprised to see bim vote with the
The Democratic press Is calling now
'or ihe expulsion of Patterson from
A confidential clerk of the Roths
childs, in Paris lately absconded, after
robbing bis employers of over 9oo0,tx.
i be money had been . early all lost in
stock speculations. ;
'John H Flagg.' who for tha last
seven years has filled tne position of
principal. legislative tiers of tne As
tkaial Senate, has resigned to eoter
upoo tbe pratice of law in New York.
A woman, lacking cnlya few day
of being a hundred years old, recently
applied for relief, remarking that
ihe 'didn't feel able to support herself.'
Two maiden sisters, who have for
fifty years lived and slept together in
the Old La-lie' Home in Portsmouth,
X. B.,dksl there week bt-fore last with.
a f air .ia s of each other, and were
buii i together.
Immense stores of wild hooey were
rcen:iy ItHiiHi in the fissures of the
rocks iu the mountain region ta. Cali
fornia, by the workmen engaged in
lasting a roadway for tne aouwern
Pacific Railroad. . .
Tere are now in Boston six public
aud msny more private kinderg-srtena.
St. Louis has thirty-two that are pub
ic. Chicago has seven, and Cincinnati.
Cleveland, Indianopolis and Nashua,
N. H., one each.
Tbe "Little Sisters of the Poor"
have representatives in all porta of the
world. In Paris they have five large
houses, where they care for poor people
sixty years of age and op ward. Tbe
order commenced a Saint Servan, In
Although men are accused for not
knowing their own weakness, yet per
haps few know their strength.' It Is la.
men as in soils where there sometime
eeeln of .gold, which the owner
knows naught of. 'Bappyla "he who
comes to a test-boor .and proves strong.
There is revolution, ia the air. According
to the hue and cry, wa are oa tbe ev of such
dissolution of society, such a tearing down
old oppressions sod oppressors, and rach a
summary elevation 6T new ideas aad of rulers
tresb from tbe people, as was brought about
the reign of terror ia th first revoluix a
France, and by the Paris Com ran nr, ia
187L Gen. Tom Ewing baa declared to a
Chicago Times reporter that if the resumption
act is not repealed by Cong-ess aod the resi
dent "it will be repealed by reviJuUoo;" that
"the people, when driven tos.tual sUrvatioo,
ss millions are now being driven, like a stag
at bay, will turn and read their oppressor;'
'hat it the bondholders demand gold for tbeir
bonds, and do not gladly take silver, when ia
fact they are by lite contract payable ia gn en
backs of the value of twelve years ago, tbey
will fare no better than usurers do ia a court
equity, and that, "if the aduuaiatrstioa
adheres to its present policy of resumption, it
and iu scheme will be trampled to death."
Bland and Buckner declare that the Demo
crats will atop all approra-istjoBS to tbe gov
ernment unless the President sign a bul
making direr unlimited legal tender. Tha
Cincinnati Cooomercul shrieks, - W alcu
Boutwell : the man who helped to steal the
silver dollar from the Srowers pockets of the
people ia their sleep. The Ccnmercial and
the Chicago Tribune teem with incendiary
articles against the money power," the East
era bondholder, the gold bulliouist, the East
that ia eating tbe life blood of tbe West. Tha
Jacobin and Common style oi Invest ure and
agitation, and the Sana Cukate style of clam
against capital and property, are rife. The
Communists that have been looked upon as
crazy and outcast, now &jd their senumeois
1,1 aloud by those that nil now laugnea a
luem. TO Judge ny uie atya- w "--
politicians in Congress and ia the press, one
think that this great country a oa tbe '
eve of a Sans tulotte revolution and feign of
terror, or of such a mot proclamation ss tas
PsriB uommune, wua lis aunuar n
Hut. are the Anglo Sax on people such a peo
ss this Incendiary style of politics repre
sents r Are we so near as those oemagogoee
and quacks represent to revoiuuoa woica
snail put tne insane, -ute, -
elements on top, as ia the Lte railroad
riots ? Is there not tn toe great, inseuigemi,
snd industrious clase a sober eose that ha ta
sympathy with all this demagogue incendiar
ism Cincinnati Gazette.
The civil suit againtst Jake Rehm, the
Chicago whiskey crook, has been Olsnuesea.
1 he London Association has advised aad
Syndicate proposes aaobacriptioa for 10,-
000,000 i per cent, bonds.
Tbe shipments of tawed lumber from To
ronto for tr year were iiu,uuu,wu ien.
gainst 102,000,000 tbe pterious year.
Toe Kew Hampshire Democratic State
Committee have decided to bold their State
Convention January 16th, at Concord.
Tbe T urn Legislature has aot yet takea
decisive action on the stxty-ceot bona
ropsitio , bat the auesuoo a oaiiy growiog
John 3. Burleigh, ex-meoiber of Uiorrea
from the First District of Maine, and Press-
dent of tba South Berwick Rational Bank,
killed Wednesday night by his boras thy.
off tbe bridge over 8-umoa FaQs River.
Tbe funeral of Cocimander George P- Ryaa
tba wrecked steamer Huron, and of Lieu
tenant Simons, of tbe same vessel, took jlaoe
Thursday la New York.
Vary many ot lac croasUca hud oa the Unl
Pacific several years ago have become pe-trifled-
8o solid sre these ties that ihin,
possible to withdrtw the spikes. -