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The law of the harvest is to reap
The London Standard of a recent court adheres-to its previous decis tion of Republican government.
date published a letter from its ion on this subject. That decision Constitutions are mere waste paper, more than you sow. Sow an act,
special correspondent at Tamatave, was rendered by a majority of four if they are nota law for majorities, and you reap a habit; row a habit,
and you reap a character; sow a
the chief seaport of Madagascar. judges to one ; and it was not at all as well as for minorities.
and you reap a destiny.—
Now, what the Supreme Court of
“ That city,” says this intelligent probable that such a majority
— pbserver, “ has been ruined by rum. would reverse their own decision Iowa has done is simply to assert George D. Boardman.
of the con-
. «a a a.„
The inferior ahcT"po'soiioU(J rum d!
•• G olden M edical
D iscoveby ”
btft only a
the Mauritius sugar estatesis ship- and hold the amendment to have
- ped to Madagascar,where it is retail been constitutionally adopted, and, to the question that was before it. sovereign remedy for consumption, but ?
ed at fourpence the quart bottle. hence, a part of the fundamental That question was whether the pro also for consumptive night-sweats, ’
bronchitis, coughs, spitting of blood«
hibitory amendment had been weak lungs, shortness of breath, and
To stroll through the native quarter law of the State.
It is well to keep in mind that adopted in conformity with this kindred affections of the throat and
of the town is to stroll amid, a host
of wm oaaka ami among an intoxi- the question before the court really constitution, and was, therefore with chest. By druggists.
cated population.” The govern bad nothing to do with the bier its thi s constitution, and-was, therefore... "”~'We judge ourselves by what we
ment was most anxious to keep out or demerits of prohibition, as a a part of it ; and this question the feel capable of doing, while others
this poisdn, but, yielding to “ united legal remedy for the evils of intem court decides in the negative. We judge us by what we have already
consular pressure ”• in which (says perance. It may be the best reme do not see bow the court could have done.
the Pall Mall Gazette} America dy that human wisdom can apply otherwise decided. The Constitu
Decline of Man. ,
took the lead and England assisted in the form of law. We think that tion of Iowa requires the affirmative
Nervous Weakness, Dyspepsia, Impo
—-they are forbid to levy more than -it ia so ; and yet, whether it is or action of two successive legislatures,
tence, Sexual Debility, cured by ‘ * Wells’
10 per cerit. import duty—that is not, the judges of the Supreme proposing and approving an amend Health Renewer.” $1.
to say, less than
per bottle. Court of Iowa had nothing to do ment , before the people can legally
Depend upon it, in the midst of
The result is that the demon rum with it. They were not enacting a vote upon it ; and, as a matter of
all the science about the world and
is eating the heart out of Tamatave, law, or changing a constitution, but fact, the journals of the Eighteenth
and the consuls ' of all civilized simply inquiring whether an alleged and Nineteenth General Assemblies its ways xand all the ignorance of
powers, incluing Great Britain, amendment was a part of the Con of that state do not show compliance God and his greatness, the roan or
insist that the process shall continue stitution of Iowa, and that, too, for with this condition. The Supreme woman who can say, “ Thy will be
unchecked. This last sentence is the purpose of Settling the rights of Court, expressly declares that the done,” with the true heart of giving
from the Pall Jfitil'T7d^F?7~whWr 'litigant jmrtics.—-TheGOu^~did__iiat terms of the amendment are “ not up, is nearer the seeret of things
in commenting upon the case, says: go out of its way to get at the ques shown upon ' the journal oF the than the geologist or theologian.—
“ That, or something very like that, tion and take it up as an abstract Senate or House of the Eighteenth Geo. McDonald.
An Extended Popularity. ~ Brown’s ■
is too often what takes place when inquiry. The question was raised General Assembly.” There was,
Troches have been before the
new countries are opened up to the by one of the parties to a pending hence, no legal evidence before the*
public many years. They are pronounc
beneficent influence of Commerce suit ; and it was both the right and court that that Assembly had ever
ed superior to all other articles used for
by the enterprise of the British duty of the court to determine the approved the amendment upon similar purposes. For relieving Coughs,
trader and the energy of the Bri point.
which .the people voted. The rec Colds and Throat Diseases they have
tish consuls.” If these statements
The power to amend the constitu ords of a legislative body are the proved reliable.
are true—and there is no reason 16 tion of a state is undoubtedly lodged ultimate and conclusive proof of its — There is something higher than
doubt them, for they are-made by with the people of that state ; and proceedings ; and it will not do for a looking on all tydes of a question.
leading and reliable British jour yet it is just as true that the people court to assume that it has done a It is to have the charity to believe
nals—they ought to bring a blush of a state cannot exercise this power thing which does not appear in there is anothei side.
of shame to the cheek of every except in conformity with the con those records. Taking the facts
American and British citizen. And stitution existing at the time and just as/they are, and the Constitu
the American consul who has so dis providing the process of its own tion of Iowa just as it is, the decis Buffering from functional derangements
graced his country and misrepresen amendment. Iowa has a constitu ion of the Supreme Court is clearly or any of the painful disorders or weak
nesses incident to their sex. Dr. Pierce’s
ted his best sentiment, should be tion that may be amended by taking right.
treatise, illustrated with wood-outs and
recalled and dismissed forthwith. the steps which it prescribes ; and
What, then, shall the friends of colored plates, suggests sure means of
Send missionaries to carry the gos- no amendment to this constitution prohibition do in that State ? We complete self-cure. Send for three let
pal to the heathen, and then through can have a particle of validity answer, emphatically, that they ter postage stamps. Address World’s
the official representatives of Chris except in this way. It is of the should not denounce or quarrel with Dispensary Medical Association, Buffa
tian lands force upon the same peo utmost consequence to that state, the Supreme Court, since there is
ple a traffic that renders them more that when the organic law thereof no just occasion for it. We answer,
Times of general calamity and
degraded than in their former is changed it should be done only further, that they should buckle on confusion have ever been produc
state! The Christian sentiment of according to that law. The impor their armor for another fight on the tive of the greatest minds. The
America ought to enter a forceful tance of this principle is second to temperance question. If they are purest ore is produced from the
protest against this new outrage no other in relation to the peace, the majority of the people, as they hotest furnace, and the brightest
upon Madagascar, along with its good order, and safety of society. appear to be, they can carry a pro thunderbolt is elicited from the
protest against the invasion of the Any other mode of getting at the hibitory amendment through all darkest storm.— Colton.
French.— The Lever.
result is revolutionary, no matter steps prescribed by the constitution;
how desirable the result may be, and when it comes before them for . *<*“ A fair outside is but a poor sub
stitute for inward worth.” Good health
The Iowa Amendment.
and no matter how large the major their direct approval they can adopt .inwardly, of the bowels, liver and kid
it and make it part of their funda neys, is sure to secure a fair outaide,
The question relating to the pro ity that favor that result. The
mental law. The people can in a the glow of health on the cheek and
hibitory amendment to the Consti will of the majority is sovereign and.
short time gain the end if they vigor in the frame. For this, use Kict-
tution of Iowa, that was last year final only when it acts in conform want it. The present failure is but ney-Wort and nothing else.
submitted to the votes of the peo ity with fundamental law which temporary unless they choose to
ple, and was approved by some governs that will. The American make it permanent. Two or three
HojrDon’t wear dingy or faded things
thirty thousand majority, has re states must stick to this principle, years make but a short time in a when the ten-oent Diamond Dye will
cently been re-argued before the or open the way to confusion and great moral reform.— New York In make them good as new. They are per*
Supreme Court of that State. The disorder, if not the absolute destruc