The Elyria Democrat from Elyria, Ohio on July 27, 1870 · Page 8
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WJ- 'fl I PBOGKKSS OP USUUIM3US. Jn The Senate took up t h n bill to amend natural./ation laws, anil punish cumei against them, * Mr. Bayard eoneludeil hi! l o m n i k s i n fho denial or the power ot Coupivss to mrddlo with tho elections in State*. Mr. Johnson also opposed the bill. Mr. Thurmnn eiiid tho object!, ot tho bill were: JU To discourage i m m i g i a t i o i i trom T-urope to the Unitc'd Status. a. To make. n a t u r a l u U i o n impossible. ' t 3. To disfranchise n a l u r a l i / o d \ o t e i s . ·1. To dotcr naturah/.od i l l / e n s fiom exorcising the elective luuielilsc. f). To provide for ft c o r i u p l a d m i n i s - tration ot naturali/alion laws. lie proceeded to make «ooO oneii ol these assertions. He said ( h o bill created m o i o t h n n eight) indictableotleiiscs, punishable by line and i m p r i s o n m e n t , one section alone bustling w i t h more than sixty, and that It would occasion interminable litigation. 11 is speech occupied 'nearly two hours. Mri'Morton, spoke of Ihe etTorls ol joiiioStates, through eommissioneis, to introduce immigiatioii, and the sliong inducements to loieigncrs held out b our homestead law. Ho opposed (he bill as an obstruction to n n t m a l i / i t i o n . Tho Senate substitute for the House bill was fnilhcr opposed by Jlcssis. Howell, So'uuv and Casseily. Mr.Drake opposed an a m e n d m e n t for county nalunili/ation: commissioner!, appointed by tho United Slates Court* to receive and rrr,ort to tho Courts the proof furnished by applicants foi im- tnrftli/ntion. .Rejected. Mr. Sunricr moved to sti iko Ihe woi d "white" from all the n a t u i a h ? u t i o n laws. Mr. Williams moved lo add that this net shall not bo constructed to a u t h o i i/o thonnturnli/ation ol poison* bom in the Chinese Empiic, but alter dlsnission he withdrew the amendment. Mr. Stunner's amendment w as i ciectcd--'11 lo '1 i. The Senate then i ejected the amendment also pioposed by the Senate Committee as a subotitudc tor Iho IIou*e bill--17 to .U. The question l e c u n n i f f on the noire bill, it was amended b\ .17 lo 9, a strict parly vote, by adding the last t w o see- lions of tlio Senate bill. Tho section piovides for the appointment of two Election C'ommissionois, one of each paity. bj the United btatos Ciicnit Couit in each election d i i t i i u l o l ·citjco of upward of 20,000 i n h a b i t a n t s Tho Commissioners aio to « u p c r \ i s o l h e elections, and challenge n n j i w m o p i o - pos'cd to be vcgistcicd, and any ^ o t e ofl'oicd.sVc. Section ir.authoi i'es the U n t t e d s t u t e s Marhal in the district to appoint deputies to piesorvo oitlor at the polls. Mr. Sunnier then i oncw ed his a m e n d - ment to s t i i k e the w o i d "white" out ol nil acts of Congiess rclalho to n a t t n a l - i/ntion, so that t h c i o be no d i s t i n c t i o n on account ot lacerti color. Thcamcml- mcnt was agiccd t o -- \ c a s '11, n a \ b 22-- iu' lollows: Those who voted in the a m r m a t i v o were all Republicans. Mr ."Williams icncwed his a m e n d m e n t , providing thai nothing in the act sluill bocoiibtiucd to a u t h o u / o t h o n vttnali- zation of poisons ,boin in tho Chinese- Empire.' i Mr Stowait addressed the Scmte on the Chinese question, l i e n i g u e d tint extending the bill to the Chinese w o u 4 d occnsiort a populai r e v o l u t i o n against the llepttblican p a i t y w h i c h v o - i l d de- stroy^iOibefoie 1 the C'hu^CtiG eonUl^gain .:i I j n v i o K i r v I u t\ i n n i - x 1 in o l i in i i m i - v no- Items of tiorioral Interest. A wrltei ou physiology a n n o u n c e s t h a t il people w o u l d avoid qnaircls, tliey Khonltl not bleep togelhci under Ihe same bed-clolho^. It ID related ot an amateur fanner, in C'oiuiocltctil, that being told it-was tlmo to "bi u h his pen", 1 ' ho proem cd a broom and towaid n i g h t u t i b haul at woik \\ iping the du«l oft'. t T h i r t y j e n i - n s o i\\o l i t t l e bo\s attended sehool in Ik-thcUle , l i t t l e t h i n U in-; that thov v o u l d grow up, one to be ( i o \ c i n o r ot Miilno, and one lo be G o \ e i n o t of Culifouim. Yet siuh piovcd lo bo Iheir u n h n p p v tale. A l i d ) bought somj piepination to i m p i o \ e hei complexion, u l d i h tained some poisonous t-ubsttinOo, ! ' · , , W**WtM*.»«V»».Ulfl4W..** \U |U«I »(.M»«iy**»«*U«» u »««^"»» .' ' · I I I I i !,}·:' A Li. olni sl|io, I'lalnllir, 1 Is it better to let your Pictures be soiled and crush- citi/enship, t \ \ o v ears' p i c l i m i n a r y no tice being ueccssai) be-toic n a t u i a l i / a - tion. It will bo seen that t w o v e i t ja-tall amendments have been added, Ilu', is designed to put the contiol ol elections hereafter in. a Yuhoiial Government One section pi u\ ides for the appointment of Election Commissioners, one ol each party, by the I/intcd St ties Ciicuit Court in each election district of cities of upwards of 20,000 inhabitant'.. Tho Commissioners arc to tnpcn i-c Ihe elections, and challenge a n \ ii.iiue pio- poscd to be registered, and a u \ \ o t e offered, c. bcetion thirteen .uillioi- izes'tho United btatei Mu-lial in the district to appoint deputies to piesenc order at tho polli. Couiinissioiieis lo slneo using it, her face, ncok and anus, m e ceneied w i t h p a i n f u l soies, w l i u h no incdieiue seems to cine.---.V J'. .'/«./· Thoie aio t \ \ o h o thousand w indinillf in t o n s t n n t use- in Holland at t h e p i o s u u l day, tor Iho simple 1 pin pose of diaii.itge. Th'oy aio almost ot colossal M/", each l i l t i n g horn ten lo Jltty gallons ot w liter u v o i y t w e n t j - f o u v lunns. tho progress ot a l u n e i a l pio- Itiindolph, I'oitageeountv.a low da s suu e, a Gei man w oman, nnnie not ascertained, tell fiom Minitioke, and inunediateh e\piied, bet'oio she could bo coin c} ml to a neighboiing hpiifco. lion Thomas K w i n » has executed a deed of g i l t of his old homestead in. l.amiistei lo Ins ton, Genoial Thomas' Kwing, -fr The l a t t e r gentleman w i l l shortl} tulvC np hid le-sideneu in t h a t place. ,N.aiy r . a u n t / , a g i i l t h i i l e e n years old, employed in tho cordage woiks at Kli/ i b e t h , N . .1 , on Thurstliu u l t e i n o o n (..night her h a i r In the shutting ot the n n u l i i n e n , and hei sculp was e n t i i e l j ; l o i n fiom her head. 'I'he scalp was ic- 1 plaeed b\ the pin sieians but her icc6\ ' cr\ is d o n b t l u l . An old hotel l\cepet in "Washington once posted on his d i n i n g loom door the t o l l o u i n g not it e. 'Membe-is ot Con'fiess w i l l go to tho tnhle 1lrst, and then the gentlemen. liowdlos and blacUgn u d s m u s t hot HUN w i t h the Congressmen. :is it is haul to le-ll one t i o m tho otlici.' ' I h o Boston TnntlUi believes t h a t t l i e i e i s i e i l l \ danger o t t i o u b l e s o n I h e lunth-enst n'shing stilions, and it iisks the ( o \ eminent lo h a v e win vessels in leadines-s lo dotend the' inte'iestt and lights ot our c'lt./Oukiir thi-\ .11 e - i n t e r - leied w i t h . ^ M l i n o gill unco stole .in article ol small value 1 fiom hei mistress iu she subsequent!} mo\cd to setts, -uid last w e e k , l i n i n g e n d u i c d the ptiiijf»j oT eoiisuenee tor f i l t v - t \ \ o years, si-til 'ilottci lo hei tonnes iniplioss,con- a-isiiif' the- t h e t t and nu losing a sum ol mone to m iKc- ic-"Ulu,tion. Atl'iltsbui}?. b a t u i d i i N , in the c ise ot Chnles. C.unpbell » . Ihe, Tan Handle llaihoad, foi damages foi iiyuues SU B - t a i n e d w h i l e l i d i n g on the load on a di o\ er's pass, the jm y gave a \ ei diet loi fl, 120. 'i he tase is i h n J i i s t o n o t i i i x u n d e r the State law ol 180$, l i m i t i n g Ihe liability of road* lo §;5,(X)0 in ease ol in- j m y , and V»,000 in eiise of death. The liiiil cMcllpied t o u r dii)H, ^i-baslm I.II, ol the I h m olBiuih 1111 p i o p u e t o i s of tlie planing mill at Vai Weit. Ohio, was inslIinlU KilleH'oiiTri d u mo'iung. IMr fill ·was hi the net o tin ott ing on a bell w i t h a luiv toiK ban die, and the- bolt ciiuglit Iho end ot t i n handloiind plunged Hunto hi» lett bicas abotft two inches above tho heart. Tin lames a w i l e nnd t h i c e snial i hildren, ho sa\ s" the '/'tun i. London u not a Vaiadise. O n l j 5JP, 000 ol the population attend ptiblf* ed, than to go to B K O N S O N ' S Emporium of Art and get them ele- gantly Framed? I THINK NOT I Thai is a pi et\ V h u t s u p u \ l s - niir.rtiiUlduComlimt, I uml StuUiof Nmv . ... , , , "1(1 iiliiliillir H'nlclliiK l» Lotilln iiiiint), Olllo.illtl i t l l l l W l l l ( l i i y t i l M n i « l i , A 1) I WO l l i i l i H l i u U U t . i l HID ( o n i l n l n n K i i l i l iiKiiliH iml.l di'limi mil "d- HIT loi 111 Ui i l - m i d (H'lunilnnl IH liiiliililnl In h i m tin) Mini ol $100 Iniluii'ti dm) nn u |mmil«M)H ito vllli liilou'Hliin tl.lOO hum Sopluiii n;i HI llll tn linmint IKI I mil i i i i i l l i i l i i l i i J t i i i i i t l l l U l i o i i i ill i t t n i unltUni-l iiiiiiinil ilatti Tlm pliinillH iilso H lid at'tlnn imiiHiitl Iu Im iiilm hod u n l a l n IIIIHI. It i l u h l H ( l u l l t K nnilHlnikit InloiiKluK lo Haiti ildiKlimt In Iho hands ol I. I! Mimfci'v of Am. iml l i i M i l r t t m i n l t nl l i i i a l n nnd usjiuiilnll) KXI m i i ' i i u l tliu tmiilliiUUit Mil 1 n i orpin alltm k n i m n t Ihu niiini nml i-l t i n "I Iho "Ohio Hlono oiiipu- nml w i l l i i h k n i u n i l m l ( owllo««ll UIUKIIIIIO, niiplv llio inoi i!«d« ui millli lunl tlii-iiinl, It) mil- It K i n i l i J i i d K m o n t i i s l i o limy otitnln iiKlnnHtmild iiloiiilniit In Hiilil ittlnii 'I liniUilundiinl In ii-mili- l l n n i i h t i t i Kald iinllllnii tin in 1 lioltno llm third iliiulu} u l t o i thu IHllulaj o l J u m i \ !,» IHW | ; l i t \ 1 , J O I I N H O S , l l l l \ t t o l l l l t -II "NOTICE. urns Hnti'ii-t, jilir ) Iii I l i n l t m i t ol (imunoii 3 i, f I'li'iis.lnunillm linn mini) n l l u A ItntoiiH, dull 1 ul l-oiiiln imil btalnul Ohio nm!wilililolomlftl.tl» W'inlMiiiillllril llinl "n th» I l l t l i t l u t ill Jiint) A » I*1U. lilt-mild liliilntHI [i'tl hlrt initlllini In mild ( mill, iillo«ln« t l i n t « « ul lunl tliu loinlli dav ol M i i u l i , V I) INI I, HIM liilntlll pmilinini'd of uiiu Miulii M I'limoin;, t w o u»til land Alltnitd In llm lt)ttnnlil|iol Anihiiihl, i Haiti t o i i i i l t d l i t i l l i ( t l n « Itillotm p i n t ol lot uniliur luil\-tln u(111, ttut ol llm ""id Kndliir mill nun- fjiilniilin 'I'nttw'n, nnd liountltil noill land m i m n i l j ottmiil lit IHIIIU WiiliiirtioSO". i i-niii by Hiildinail l a i i u H noulli liy 11 l l m i i i u liiil to ihu north lln« ,,(!;. i n t l n , mid \m\, bj a nt) niiinlk'1 to llm mad U mils i nnliilnlll^ Ittn u t s o f K i n n n d and Ki'M'dhci tloim lo IIIIMI inndo H d u M u i l u U l o h l m i i ill ml llinaiil Unit tliutli- mlanl Ihi'i) llm t t l l i ot llm pliiliillll lui Ilif jnii ihii n n d t I t h l h t i liilimt to ilelimiil Hit) idlnllirof lit tltlti to ami ontnlu In «nld liinil, finiiiliili'iillv aiiMil sulil ilonlio Ini "MI nil il lo I n l , n l l h m i t Hit nnttli'tlKiioi iiiiiKtMilof thu iilalntlll' ,md pint I n n njnm I Ion H S I l i i h i i i i K tlKiiU.U'nilimt, l i m n i mm J · ii-- mill l a m l t l i n l i i K ' l K i i M - n i l t n t t ol Hiild at lion ml thai llm lllln nl mild I nml lui dt i I t v d lo tin iluliitlll and lot xinili othui and linllnsr lullel in inlt) nmt iippintnlii 1 lin ilnli mlnnl b 11 iinli til tu iiiiHw.u Mild lidIlloi J H U I lii'loio tliu I llll da) ol I n l t A H 'W 11 LN l t \ It V t I Mi V I rnlin-nn, I'lnlntlll n A M o i n i t 1" Int _ ^ SHEET MUSIC, Mouldini,'. filuss and Cotds, Chi'onio KTo. 7, DeWitt's Block, Up Stairs !· U n a II AV11V AVILL YOU I t U I X V O U K KY I); nilnt, loiiiinnii^eiliii-n.-*, itlifii.tuiK.im p i n , l i a LJZAIU'S .1 JlUJtlilto' CKLr.KU VTKI 1'KIIFECI'ED VECTAC1F AXJ) r,YL-(.L WL'fi, iir iiusr IN Tin: ^ our.it .ff» i the clcetioiis ty important tnnction. ion, pray, asks tho C i n c i n n i i t i is required, other than thai w h i c h lliej reecho from tho Judges at the polls? The supervision dciicd is of that character which was exereiscd b j army olH- cors who took tho soldicis' vote d u r i n g tho late wai, and made it sui.li as they pleased. These Commissioners aie to be appointed by tho U n h i d Stales Judges, who hold tlielr cillees practically for life. Thuj are independent of the people, having no lavois to ask of them, aiul would pcisoually eaie l i t t l e about any eomplaints that might be made'of their salcctions. No more aristocratic eontiivaneo could be had to take fiom the public the inllneuee \\ hieh it ought to excieisc o^cr the great light of freemen, Tlio power thai is given them to challenge votes only shows Us hypoeiitical character. K \ o r y eili/cn lias a light to challenge n o w , and can appeal to'the law t o p i o t e e t him iu o doing. The United States ilaislmls and the Deputies me to prescivc oider nt the polls. What necessity is t h e i e for t h i s ? Where is there any disoider that can not bo quelled by tho local police ? But the Marshals and thciivDepulies arc all Republicans, and devoted to the perpetuation of the party in pow or. To them this Republican Senate makes over tho duty of managing elections. 11 is expected and intended llmllhc} will manage in tho interest of the party. That is thoidoa, nnd nothing else. Otheiwiso tho picscivatioii of oidcr would bo loft to tho local police, who die. sometimes on one political side and sometime-s on another. This is only a h \ p o c i i t i c a l contrivance to disguise the odious 1 business. Tho Comniihsioneis appointed by Itcpubliccn courts will be Republicans or preicnclcd Dcmociati, who me culircly under tho influence of that party. Tho gonoial Idea pervading this bill IB to render llio light of suffrage, moio ilillleult, and to put it in tho pow- er'oftho Republican leadois to eontiol it lo their own ends. It is tho introduction of tho tactics of Louis Napoleon iuto this country--those tactic that \\ o r s l i i p ; 110,000 people (many Women among them) aie habitual g h i - d i i n K c i s ; 200,000 i n d h i d i i a l s aie ariestcd \earl loi being di nnk on (he s t i e e t s ; the men w h o In. 1 b} g a m b l i n g number 20,000, the k n o w n adult t!no\es :!0,000, and the trained j i n c n i U cfminntls20,000. Amid tlu mass of evil, howovei, there is much good, as one w i l l readily admit theie ought to be. " ; A short-sighted I t How l e c e n t l j w e n t into a jewolci's in Uoston, requesting a diamond to bo fitted i n t o his ling. His i n l l r m i t } of \i»ion rendered it neecn'sary thst ho should bung his nose i n t o very close eoutael w i t h Iho tray containing the pieeions stones. Them must have been sumo slight defuet in his momoiy ; too, or he w o u l d not have forgotten lo tell the stoiekcopci t h a t there was a speek ol a stiongly adhesive substance at the end of his pioboscis. ·· Sucli was 'he case, however, and the sharper had by that means got safely off w ilh a valuable stone boloio the Uiek wiib doled- ed. At Tlllis the Rusinu nuthoriUcs executed, on the 81st of May, four hlghw'tn lobbeis. Tho wretched men w o i o Ihst t e i i i h l y Hogged, then the executioner cut largo holes in both sides of' their noses, and thcieupon the} were Billing up. The two \ilhuns who assassinated I'nnco Aienbeig, tho Austrian noble, man, iu St. Polersbmg, have been sen tcneed to liltecu ycais penal senilude in tho Siboi iau mines,'and they w il' ncy er be allowed to i c t n i n to Luiopoan Russia. When they w e i o to stiul foi 'llio mines, they recened first eighty lashes on tlio baie back. Tlint nil- icioiiimimliil lit lln- VIM lilt} l i i r p n i l l o l n i a l ' l l i l l i i l l l l n n i t til linlsh (in.l lln li -In nj,'ll t i l i n g i n i l j i r c M i t Inj? p,i«ti. In M h l i l i t l u t t \t all n t l i t i s l i n t liisl in tin t i n t s tt llhont i lianK ami p i f s i i t u tin i n Ilu t urn uuh lit ubliilnc In I M 1(1 \, U l l l u , li} b. 1). WOJ.C'OTT mill dt'iiH t* \\n rnnt} duoili, bilc a; lolntinl A«i nti lui tlil-i pint f. JiO»eiUlKMuiill.!ctl m suiiplleil ' r.A/Mll,b .* MOH1HS. Mniiiifiii»nrlnxUptlt!lmii llaUloiil tonn The eoniinpr I'oiwind ot yonii"; men lo I ike active piu-t in Hie pohtienl conU'et* is n most hopelnl sign. As in t h e elius iOl King haul, it WHS a j o n l h w ho ovci - cnniu u I'lnlistine, g\iinl and theiejjy p u t jtlier Philistine host^to 1'out, ?bitJi(( lll 1} Unit the \ o i i i i g men in the Domocint- 10 paity u I'll put 19'rout and ovcicoine the p o l i t i c a l Philistines wjio n o w i h o l c p i w o i ' i n Iho hutk n n d cincll v oppro6' 'tho people. The .Young Democrats do not seek tosupcrctidc the old mci in the parly: "they do not pi'o pooo to engrnlt n now article iu Hir o i e o d o f the parly; but they intend lo noslst tho old uiou and mnko lightoi tholr labore in ledooining Iho country ) I I I till! ( O l l l t 1)1 I 0111 mini I'li'iinln nml lol Inu W'llnon Uuluiidiiiit) ;i'ii.iiiJ "i l u i u l i i nnd In t l m U t v toiinlt il tiilco nutluu that Ohlu.dld SALE KK.AL KSTATK. I N pnihimnu ol nn ui (Id irranlnd lit M ( U n i t nt J.t'iii' 11 t u i i n t v i i h l o , 1 t t l l l o t K i l o nit! at rulHlf \iiilloti. siitnnlnj Hit- tllh d a j o I n l t \ l lt*7l) nt lltii'ilwik In llm Ion noon n|oi lio i i i t n i H i * llm lollotiliiK d i u i i h u l lunl islnt iltnnli) In HID i i i n n l j ol l o i n l n ''tntt nl Ohm t t i t i l x h l m r L M i l limd on tin ninth mil nl lift n i t - nl land k m n i n tc- tlio hftnth mint mill ol Ic iiimliu llililcou ( I ) ) In Iho i i i w i i s l i l i i o l Jdisjlii li lid i i H i i i l t , lionndtd totilli In Hit lino ol s ild lot md land In Mild lot mi ni d hv Snnfonl O l.lli-on l i s t In tin m l d d l i ol tho Soith imil stniili lontl rnnnlnif llii-oiiKhi.iilillol,noilli I n land l i i h i l i l l n imii'dVn limns l l n / t l a n d i i i t lit (hi i « » l l l n o o mill lot, and liiml In «nld Inl oil in if lt »«l I · ml»i ' . 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