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A foe fears before the war Miss My•
t its Miner began a school in Washington
for the education of colored youths. She
%Ss met with fierce opposition. Her
t ,.L00l was assailed, and her life andprop.
Eras endangered. She was threatened
with mob violence, unles,s she desisted
! - e ra her nefarious and ridiculous project
of educating colored girls, for she had so
far ctniined, her efforts to female schol
“E, and strangt as it seems in this day,
v, E\ Niyor of Washington counseled her
okse the school, saying he should be
Lna ‘e to protect her from alma , which
oeced then inevitable. This mayor was,
...,§4 - lforlo On ran in the capitatof our
Tree Republic,' ; a w.Ollll
Sp irited, and benevolent. But few rea
dents of Washington, of coarse, eared' or
dared to sustain Miss Miner. Amid all
the o pposition she. nevertheless, carried
on her school with varied fortunes` st.d
f r equent interruptions. Her great aim
was to fit girls to bedome teachers .The
cLOI:c schools of Washington to-day at.
test the success of her labors in this di
- gar ideas of education apanded with
( i-perience. The work before her en
-Ib7zed. She appealed to friends in the
:inrll3 to assist her. Liberal people re.
Fr rded, and some four thousand dollars
sErt contributed to her cause. This sum
tLe invested in trust, by the purchase of
,uare of ground near Twentieth and P
~ 7 te !s, on which was a small frame build-
F. .n which she kept her school. Until
14,13 a year or two past this location
disiant and secluded part of the
Tile war came on, b
n and her school was
C • .Pel Callfornia, in the
r -•v nz her c•indition.—
;1,- 'o reg.,ia-ar.eiii=eti to
::.:'in again as an edui
; •h in Washington.
.: Pi', ('oneress incorpn
~• , n for the Educa, _ ....,01).
i• ..11 ; " of which Miss \ Miner was iiiacLe..,
c- , f the incorporators. This was in
, :•4' e was noCsucct t ssfu I in her visit
• • t,, Pacific coast, and returned to Wash-
L • .1] to die, in 18.65. The institution
~f..(1 by Congress succeeded to her
The little property she had endow
with increased in value. Other
s , t. ok had been opened for colored, chit
ren. and emancipation had been effected
in the District of Columbia.. The remain
pg corporators determined to de e the
Isci.ime of the property to the ucation
colored teacher—The piece of ground
:fought by Miss Miner doubled, trebled,
:adrupled"in value, until the corporators
t .1d it for ten times the price she paid for
... This placed a fund of over forty thous
-113 dollars in the possession of the insti
:on. Various plans were discussed for
.7; .zing the income of this 'fund, so that
tie object of its founder may best be at
ti.ned—the education of colored youths
17 teachers. At present the income is de
1-')..ed to the payment of the salaries of
tw,. professors in the normal department
'.". Howard University. This arrange
ment is expected to turnisla large num
ber of competent teachers, and supply the
creasing demand among the schools
wringing up in the recent land of sla-
Vt; —The trustees of Howard University
gave named one of their largest buildings
MAner Hall," and the professors in i the
N rmal department are called "tbe'M iner
P-nfess• - )rs." Thns the work.ot a single
ts• -. .man, begun amid trials and poverty,
tas come to be a beneficient and success
f.l; institution. To the heroic efforts of
M ss Miner we may also, to some extent,
ascribe the orosperous and meritorious
9 , , t aracter of the public schools of 'Wash
;t , n. The same people who a 'few
year , agl sc)uted the idea of educating a
nezro, now see thousands of colored you
1. ;'li. city tequiring the same education
- tr.at, the children of the most favored
I - tit , -- receive.— The Republic.
The Mimeo Investigation.
A dispatch from Philadelphia,on Thurs-
• ..“v la , t,states that aWrit of habeas corpus
n the ca-ze of Deputy Coroner Sees, charg
with illegally disposing of the body of
:noulas M u nee, the rich farmer of Wash
•.gton county, was returned in Court to
.aY• A large number of witnesses were
fEamined, The Court decidedthat the
-1 - Idence did not sustain tile charges pre
`erred, and discharged / Sees.
We have learned some additional facts
1: connection with tie discovery of the
which are of interest. After Mr.
Munce left his home he 'bought a ticket
the ('hartiers Road at Hustonville,
there exhibited forty 'dollars. Be-
Ycnd Pittsburgh he could not traced.
}Ls brothers advertised offering a\reward
one thousand dollars And deseltbed
Lis person and watch.. This advertise
'neat met the observatior) of some of the
detectives of Philadelphia and they at
Once visited the pawnbrokers' shops. In
one of these they found the watch. But
who pawned it, or what had become
'lr. Mune° if alive, or of his body if dead,
ii, l 3eY could not tell. The watch was a
lgold one, and therefore valuable, and as
otay five dollars had been advanced, upon
the detectives very properly supposed
that it would be redeemed by the pergnn
Pawning it, or that an additioTi advani e
upon it would be asked: \ \Not relying
1 /Pon the pawnbroker to give informa
tion, for ten days they shadowed the es
tabliahnaent. No one entered or depart
ed without being closely scrutinized. At
le ngth. Mr. IfoCuen, the man who pawn
ed the watch, called. He was at once ta
ken into custody. Then the story of the
!lead body - being found in the Schuyl
and its burial in one of the cemeter
ies wila first told. Onoe on the trail the
detectives were bound to trace it to the
end. The body could not be found as
represented. The letter was next devel
oped, showing conclusively that dead
body of Mr. 'Munce had passed 'through
the hands of the Coroner. Finally it we,
traced to the medical college. Then the
detectives telegraphed to the brothers of
Mr. Mum* to come on that they bad
found the watch and knew where - the
body was. On their arrival they pro
ceeded with theofficers to the UniVeraity,
leaving their sister at the Jptcl, and not
taking her down to the vats where the
body was fished nut, as . stated in the
Philadelphia papers. The bodies in th
then brought to .the Surface,
when that of Mr. lidunce was readily,reo- -
oguized byte bitthere i ult Wad In
fine state of preservation, lesiing no
doubt as to its id - entity. Suitable Prepa
rations were then made for the removal
of the body to Witithington for interment.
The whole story is' a singtilsz one, and
the energy and cunning exhibited by the
detectives is quite commendable. An
examination of the: body and the docks
where it wail found in the Schuylkill,
dissipates all suspicion in the minds of
the brothers that he was murdered. They
think it very clear that in wandering
around, perhaps in the dark, he stepped
off the wharf into the water and drown
ed. They do not know what money be
had with him, if any beyond what re
mained out of the forty dollarsexhibited
at Hustonville; but it would hive been
an easy matter for the party who obtain
ed the watch to secure whatever mo •ey
he may have had also.
A Boy's Idea of Beads
Heads are of different shapes and sizes,
They are full of notions. Large heads do
not hold the most. Some persons eat tell
what a map is by the shape of 1 is bead.
High head's are the best kind. Very
knowing people"..are called long headed.
A fellow that stop for anything or
anybody is called hot headed. If he is
not quite s) bright he is called snit head
ed. It . he won't be waxed nor turned
they call him pig-beaded. Animals have
very small heads. The beads of fools
slant back. When your head is cut off you
are beheaded. Our heads are cover
ed with hair except bnld heads.
There are barrt 1 beads, heads
of sermons,—and some ministers
used to have fifteen heads to one sermon
—pin heads, beads of cattle, as the farmer
calls his cows and oxen; head winds,
drum-heads, cabbage-heads, loggerheads,
come to a head, heads of chapters, head
him off, head of the family, and go ahead
—but first be sure that you are right; but
the worse of all heads are dead-heads, wbo
hang around an editor for free tickets to
How can manufacturing pay when it
takes ten mills to make one cent?
Tbs political bells are beginning to
ring all around for the autumn campaign
Precently they will be heard tolling the
funeral knell of Demo-cracy.
AN old lady. recently visiting a prison.
asked one of the attendants why the pris
oners received such coarse food. He
told her it was to keep their blood from
becoming- impure. And, when- asked
what they would do if their blood was
impure, he dryly responded: "Break out."
SEVERAL Irishmen were disputing one
day about the invincibility of their res.
pective powers, when one of them
marked. "Falb, I'm a brick."
"And indade I a brick layer," said
another, giving the rst speaker a blow
that brought him to the ground.
NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY:
U. S. MARSHAL'S OFFICE,
WRSTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA.
Pittsburgh Sept. 2, 1873
Meg is to gire,nolice: That on the 30th MIS' of
August, 1873. a Warrant in Bankruptcy was issued
against the Estate of Edwari Roberts. of New
Brighton, in the county of Beaver and
Pennsylvania, who has been adjudged a Bankrupt.
on his own petition ; that the payment of any
debts and deltvery of any property belonging to
such Bankrupt to him or for his use. and the
transfer of any property by him are forbidden by
law ; tbat a NWeting of the Creditors of the said
Bankrupt. to prove their Debts, and to choosy
one or more absigLees of bis . Estate, will be held
at a Court of Bankruptcy. to be holden at the
Huron House, New Brighton, Ps., before P. A.
Knox. Esq., Register, on the 9th day of October.
A. D., 1873, at 10 o'clock A. N. JOHN HALL'
ses-4t U. S. Marshal for said districta
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