it is been of it the an to and in particularly the or contemplated the locality. been than house so. It is the general impreesiou that C. H. J. Taylor, was asked to resign. If he wereuor, it is a God send that Liberia and the United I States aie relieved of this gas bag. On our first page is a paper from ex-trustee Jas. H. Smith on Industrial Education, which should be read by everybody. Mr. Smith has given his individual attention to this subject and is competent to enlighten those who are ignorant of the subject. No man is more qualified to deal with this Bubject than ur ex-trustee. The notorious lie that C. H. J. Taylar told in this office about ex-minister J. H. Smythe, on investigation turns out to be au-other one of the false statemeutB which he has made about reputa ble people in this city. Mr. Taylor will find out that he has entered a bees hive before he leaves this city. Fred. Douglass is trying to colored called R.