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th HonCf If.V'AttANDqpAM,.?tliver;
d" t ' patBn(a, Ohxoy on-Sakutday,
. ?c)lcmbef leihJ.lseSi'we copy tli hi.
, liTOiDsitrao!. ICead'it, anil 'hand ' the'
tell yon trtth General ehetmsn, that there
are no rebels now, and that yon ' must
trffiTtW pdpre W"tK'Sdttlh-f App lD8S
Xbey tell you, f 'tp irreai(J?nj Johnson,
that the ceoplo of the South are honora-
' Hp f?nld.'Jh.tt f bn the')roinle log'
the. future,- fidelity to the Constitution
and obedienoe t) the "lava of the land,
they are to be trusted..-, What tays, .the
Fjreeident ? - I W not here as hip epeeial
evocator, aod Beyer, never, while that
iuj.jqile turnup b the Lcaveiis, , will I be
hiaadvocata until; be has restored the
tabwi jcorpumi trial by jury, tbur ub
ordioaiiiig the military to .the civil au
thorities of the land; We must have no
' uoto militarT oommisaione fot the trial
oiitiiensTTBo aote military murders of
eitutuSi eueh is was committed in Col.
ntnbtM the ol her duv no military txecu.
tioas, by order of cotuniiskions, which, as
Ileary AYintor Davis says, are wpaniied
tOiBonvijt tm oonOdtnt I hot to. day,
tl Prcsidont rogrote what has been done
mifthnipnritcularand would exolatm
wUh.Xsdy.Maobth, io the play if:
vv 'Out out damned (pot." , f
Bdt It is tKe'w. iv But in so fur as the pol-
iVtnfrh President is coVrect. in no fur
a'r!tf stands on and by 'the principles of
the Constitution, above an, so lar as he is
for'''the ' irhmediuto rrStorution ' of - the
Southern States lei the Union, I am do
terrhined to Stand by him, and t believe
it ix the dooraion of the Deinooratio party
of tho Union:vIf ho will but maka good
ky Kcts, the utterences ol his on theelov
cmfi day of thl'foionih--only five 'days
go-he wilf lisve thc uppott oP-lhe
men who were Union men belorc be afid
FrVbbr'nyTnd who! ehildra'vill be
Uniorf tnsn for ireolrations toom. f Ad-'
plauM.J Roar liini. In'.' addressing the,
iagton be said'f-i! , j-pt .tatA
Yea, the issue was mnde by the South
against the Gdvcrnmen:, and the Govern
nientlliiJ Iriumplled, and the South, tree
to 'fis'ahcicWt instincts of frankness and
tnanly honor" , ' ( ' . ; " . ,'
- Iaiagina 6Uoh a aentiment as that eoin
ing'frorD the lips of Jacob Uoleon Cox,
or Kobert C. Sclionck, to sny nothing of
tnHeBser1 lights of the Abolition party !
Why, wfiat In that but rank disloyalty!
aynvpathy with secession ! : Arrest ilr.
Jpljiiaon ! '.Why doeon t some' military
OPHiruitisioc arrest -b'B ( ( Judge Advo
catca. do you hear that ? Execute him,
execute bimv'4Appiau(0.j t , i , !
'Tbe South, true lo ite ancient in
alin'ots 6f tnanly houor, comes forth and
prolesKB its wiilingtiess to abido tho re
aalt of, (he decision in good faith." . ,
'So gave Andrew Johnson, - And yel
that South which is true to those noble
instincts and willing te return to (he (Jn-ion-'-lhat
South, to accouimodate Mr.
Gox. and Mr- wSchcnck, and Mr. Sher
man, and others like them, must be kepi
out of.tbo Union for thirty years,, until
tha.pegr.oes .pf ,tber South, through the
Freedman'a Uureau. can bo educated up
totbaVbigh point of pivilixatipn pf doing
aponuon young. ihiijiou.. ,
THE JUEETJMAN's DUttEAU. "
'.rteidnlanVi Bureau I;- Vell, wq had a
Luretu ofihe Secretary of State, of the
Saorotaryof War, of tho. Navy, and , of
h Treasury, in good old Demosralie
eihi'es; to administer tie Government for
the President of the United 8tates dare
to admit that ha belongs to the Southern
race, is of the Southern people, .'a. native
of a Southern State, when I have' been
denounced as a traitor, a secessionist
and an enemy'lo inyeo(ilitry,-aimply be
cause I desired that) beaoeably; and thro'
com promise,--;, our ..iiooulberu, I bwlhren
ihould retnrn (o the U.nion, whioh f thcir.
fathera aod our fathers maJa in the good'
eld days of 'tJio1RcpiAiil-'Buf lujUrfW
this i" f,J "" ',' ''' "
: t''Hove?thiirl'ir'j 51
' What! love traitors 1 lova rebels More
Southern.- Copperheads 1 Laughter.
Wbv, next he will take Northorn Copper
heads W Tiis' bosom;' and, feradvewtnre, I
mav have a little embrace' myself then 1
Great Laughter. Cie taie f But,.
"I love tbem, ana will do ail in my
; Well, being: President, he has a great
deal of power. Lincoln had; we all know
that.. At loast 1 do. Laughter. ..
"Will do all in my power to, restore
them to that state of happiness and pros
perity which they enjoyed before the
madness of misguided men, in whom they
had reposed their confidence, led them
esiray.';. , ...
Tbia is precisely what the Dcraooratio
party is after.' lie could not have hit
it better..! ..,i'iT..3 .' . .
"If Ihcro is any tliinR that can be done
on my part, on correct prinoiples ol the
Constitution, to promote these ends, be
assured it shall be dope.".. . .
And bo assured, Andrew Jehnson, that
so lar as you do it, on : tnese principles,
the Democratio party, one and undivided,
will stand byynu. I Applause J
Again, said the President :
, "The institution jf slavery is g ne.
The' former' stai us cf the negroes had to
be changed, and "we, as wise men; must
recognize so patent a fact, and adapt our
selves to circumstunces as they surround
going to' polldtS' the feast ' bf ' harmony
and peace which the President proposes
to givo to the country .;, ', Surt 4
Again says the President : ; , ' .
' ''Our country has been srja'rred all over.
Tben.'why'lea' e not approaoh . each
other in prinoiplesrtbatar right in them
iolvS!,nd which will be, produotvof
"The day 11 nt lar distant wnen;we
snarl h'el tike soma family tliaVW had Vthejjroth. vlha threat pl,twUaU the4eol,
deep and ,4sperat feud, ;th: various dicrs would do when they came hack was
meruhers:pf wbiob. have, come, ogether, held "in perpetual' .terrorum ever "our
and compared 'the . evils . and sufferings head9.V''Ju9t wail till the soldlert come
they had inflicted oft each other. " They back, and then, and then, aai then."-
.Soldiers Md Copperlieadik
If thero wos any one thing whioh the
Abolition party Cxoffcd Itself 'lo ' idcom;
plish', it was to poifoi 1 ire mlndr Of the
soldiers against tlie Pemoeratid puty.-n.i
While tU boys were ja, tl k-OeldK,tboy.
succeeded remailablv well 10 their de
signs, but it Was only ty'whbfesala1 'Inf.
reckless lymgi and fy. ntiYig w "ail
meanir by which tltBjorooiiui.laatn
the benefit of ' white foenj but now we
Lara; this new. .tangled thing, the Bureau
of Fncdinen to take especial care of the
negroes, whose chief, in a little) while, in
the party that now control uie country
kecpa tn-powor, will ;ek . admittance ..to
Ike' council 6f ibe President at a Cbitoi
miriisterr'Treedmsn's Bureau 1 "What
4oes it moan T , Unions which' befong to
aoldiers, food, clothing, (belter from the
MktbavUtbat yoa give your ,amilica,
for four millipnefoeyroea ta-be pipvi:
(led Wilh these things, and not only that,
to he instructed by tome Massachusetts
achoolmarm in the alphabet and rale of
throci riauirhte'r.l and .job tot be . taxed
for it taxed tq support four millions of
negroes until they ure educated up to the
white man's standard I ' Now, if we have
any more bureaus L have one to prorose.
I, the enemy of the toldiert, you have
been told, bav a good one, and I pro
pose to agitote H until they repeal the
Freed man's Bureau. I want a Returned
Soldier"! Bureau. Laughter. If they
are going to levy taxes for the support of
negroes, I want a tax levied, and twice
at heavy oil United States Bonds as on
any thing else. I want a bureaa to feed
antf Stotho"rtTrraeoV'aoldieri,i tba-Jame
and the tound, the- tiok and the healthy
Hill who wint food, and clothing. Is
Jacob Dolton Cox in favor of establish;
trig a Returned Soldier't Bureau t If he
is, ct him lay so, and let him repudiate
the Pretdman'a - Bureau. " The Freed
man'a Bureau 1 It hat already . drawn
million and tens of millions of dollars
from your pooketst QApplaoie.) e 'l
tM FBUiDiNi tomton AaAW,,. :r..-
VAhd fuJthe'the Presidlent, in fcddre
vog XhU dologatioD, aaya't Zl'' ',
fi "But, gentlemen) it I know myself, as
j tliinb 1 do, I kaow that 1- am - of , the
Soutbcrn people," ' 1 ;' '
-"Why, wbaU rebel 1 LiughtcrJ What
True wisdom, that . 1 And accordingly
llie delegation responded,'. "We are will
ing to do 'so. Tbe-'Presidcnt 'replied,
"I bolieV Jou arc" ' Jacob Dolscn Cox
says, "Io 1, They have been .unruly.
I hey mutt be cliaitiscd. They aie bad
boys, and must be kept behind the schdol
huusq door, and not be permitted to enter
fur an indefinite period.' Pon't let Iheifl
retura again.; It is true we have punish
ed them, bat not enough."' lho Presi
dent says; "I believe you, " I believe
when your faith is pledged, it wtll be
maintained ii; good faith." What ! reb
els maintain good faith ! What 1 traitors
on whom we spent four thousand millions
of dollars and a million ot. lives tlirougn
tho llunderings of ' the Administration
during the first year; of the war, because
tnev made it a political war, until Urant
and Sherman took hold and wouldn't car
ry it ou for the benefit or the ucpubli
can' party.' Applause What! main
tain it in'good faith I Ha says tho Pros
ident, and I stand behind him and at his
back. Apjlause. 1
Again . "All 1 usk or desire of (lie
South, .North,' East 'or West " (I am
afraid he i gelling into my section ngaic)
Laughter. ,"is to be sustained 10 car
rying out the principles of the Ccnstilu
tion." . .,. , '. .- ..... , .
Well said, Androw Johnson, stick to
it.. , Don't listen to ; Seward. ,. Don't
hearken to Stanton; get rid of them, and
take back the old aupporte of the Consti
tutionthe men who were eduoated to
love the Union and to stand by the prin
ciplvs of the Constitution,, Take them
into your Cabinet, and then you will be
sustained in carrying out those principles
of the Cunstitution, and especially one of
the most sacred of the principles ol that
Constitution the writ of habeat 'iorjiut,
and the right of trial by jury.
.' It is not to be denied," . adds the
President, 'that wo hare been great suf
ferers on. both sidos: good men , have fal
Ion, and much misery is being endured at
the necessary result of so gigantio a con
test, ,. Whyi tben, can wo not ccma to-
geihcr, and, around ihe. common alter of
our country, heal the. wounds tnt bave
been made,";-., H v?.i. i;.i i.iv
t Again, that ia the purpoto, the lol
purpose of the Democratic party, and for
that they nave been denounced, are biing
denounced, and will again be denounoed
at traitors and sympathitera with, asoee
sion.' f Well, we have, got the President
on our side, and we are the loyal party.
Laughter. We bave the army ou our
tide now, and it it a power. . If our Ma
jor Generals don't come np to the work
w have a President who, instead of say
ing as-' 'Mr..: Lincoln . did to' Fernando
Wood, MWe stand by our Generals," we
have a President who, whan the General
it not right, will not eland by him. . We
hare a President who, aa in the oase. of
Gedcral Sloeuin,. doesn't wait' for the
mail, but revokes by telegraph, when he
doesn't think (hey are right and proper,
and constitutional.. rApolause.1 1 '
Johnson has done wrong, great Wrong,
in this matter of military commissions,
and military execution)." But he ia renl
icing to day whit I heard when-' a hoy,
and nis been a part of I'm y political creed
ever since, that a man to do- an wo est,
thorough Democrat, must have been born
one, and if he 11 born a democrat,
though ho inay get out of the road, there
is a spirit of magnetism about the body
that, like the magnet that points to the
north pole, always brings him back again.
XApplause No trbndcr there has been
a convocation or the groat ngnts or tne
Abolition party since this speech of Mr!
Johnsod't waf mada; No wondet Ihere
ill (looking to ' Washington 'city of the
leadcra of Abolitionism, like wild heetts
had seen the influenoo of their error, and
its result, an f,' governed by a generous
spirit of conciliation, thoy had become
mutually forbearing and forgiving, and
return' to their old habits of fraternal
kindness, and beoome better friends than
ever. -.Then let us consider the feud
which alienated us has been settled and
adjusted to mutual satisfaction ; that we
have come together to be bound by firmer
bonds of love, respect and confidence
than ever. '. .' ,
"The North cannot got along without
the South, nor the South without the
North ; the East without the West, nor
the West without the East ; and I say it
is bur duty to do all that within our pow
er lies to perpetuate and rrake stronger
the bonds qt our Union, seoing that it is
for the common good cf all that we
should be united. I feel that this Un
ion, though but the creation of a centu
ry, ia to be perpetuated for all time, and
that it cannot be destroyed except by the
All-wise Uod who created it.
That is spoken of the people of the
South to the people of the South.' - That
is good, honest, straightforward copper
bcadism ! Laughter 1 I oould not have
said it better myself, laughter, and I
endorse every word of it, and only ask of
the President that he will make H good
by bisects. Applause j
The Questions In ControTersy.
"The questions now in controversy
touch the very organization of the Fede
ral. (jovernment. -They. revive the old
theories of confederation and consolida
tion,' They are1 hidden tinder' spurious
and deceptive 'names.- Heoooktruotion,
as cur opponents use t&e word, mean not
restoration of the Unioo, but reconstruc
tion of lho Constitution ; change in the
framework of the Government, and ev
ery change porposed is in diminution of
tho States, and aggrandizement . ot the
Federal Government . Delay in recon
struction means that military Govern
ments arc to be ud to effect them.
The tendency of the war is to consolida
lion. We must resist it. It will lead
to despotism. Local self government,
tho rights of ihe Stales, confederation.
These are the only hope of liberty. Our
fathers saw this, and they formed a con
federation. In few and simple words,
ihey established the test of all questions
"All powers not delegated arc reserved."
lit t us bring all to this test. J,et uj
solve them by it, end as far as human
wisdom can eiteut it we escape all danger.
Shall we change that tet( now ? Shall
we destroy the Slates ? Shall we impair
their powers 1 Aro we wiser, more pa
triotic, more honest thin owi fathers f
No, Lot us rafure tho Government as
they maJe it.:, they gave us a blessing,
let us beware '.hat we do net make it a
curse." 1 . .'
This forcible, eloquent and succinct
statement of tic questions nojr. in con
troversy before the country was made by
Hon. Geokob n. Pendleton, in hi
speech before the Ohio Democratio Slato
Convention and it cannot be too often re
pcatcd. ' : ' " ":" V,. ' y
The Political Prospect In Oh lo.
The manv letter that we daily receive
from all parts ot the btateare aglow witn
enthusiasm and hope over the prospect
of Demecraiio success.1 Our friends1 are
everywhere anited and determined, while
the liopubheani are demoralized ana dis
tracted. The ceonlo aro unwilling to
vote for negro seffrage and ' n egro-equal 1-
ty, a advocated oy uencrai uox, tne no
cublioan candidate for Governor; nor are
they willing to sustain a great bondocra-
oy, exempt from taxation, wuue tncy
themselves are staggering Under 'lho" fi
nanoial load their political task-masters
have plaoed upon them.;. They are also
making oouimoo cause against the onpres
aive and unjust mi una law, enacted py
the last General Assembly, which requires
them to pay fouit dollars, . etcb, for
the benefit of a favored few a law that
tho Republican candidate and tho Ro
publican managers are laboring to keep
Upon the ttatute book 'of the State. ' ,l
' A dance over tho " political field of
Ohio, any day during the campaign, will
reveal a most glorious prospect of Demo-'
eratio ' success,' The public plunderer
will b made to give wsy for honost men,
Well, wo- have- waited- till-th' aoldiera
eome back, and waited till the soldiers
have got their fcyes open,-too,, and bow
we see them coalescing with' the' Domp-
ordts in Iowa, end toady Id "fall In" to
the white regiments of Gen.- Morgan, in
Ohio, .; Dully for the boys in blue I They
are down upon the party that put their
uniform upon the darkeys, 'and they
sworo they were better and braver, sol
diers than whjte men :V They, are' tlewB
upon llicm, we say, and'may be confident
ly ooun tod upon in the -great wort' ef
presarving the billot from ita enemies
the Abolitionists. Logan Gazttte, ,
That he who volet the Republican
Ticket, votes for Negro Equality, and for
the men who made the odiou Four Dol
lar Militia Tax Law.,. The Democrat are
opposed (3 both, v ,. - . ..;(! . .1.; ' ;
rS Let WTu'te Soldiers remember that
Gen. Cox said that "Negro troops fought
nobly," but never said a word in praise
of our .gallant white soldier.'' Not "one
word " 1 ' "' ''" '" " '
berland earna'lhe'fcaTly- pan of tho wwi if'V'f "t'Xn'i
ri-a retreat with ten' thousand men whichi.?,0 11? W00 k
will rpk, in history with the retreat of
"Xenophon and his Immortal f hen Tho-Band."-
To ret Mat wall requite h let
soldieriy. kiljt thae.jndvaacjt, well, ! j
What tlio Ueuiocraoy will
Do When They Get Inte
Power. ;T j, ,.."'.
Tho question is frequently , asked,
"What couree Vfill tbi D;11"'"0? pursue
in ease thej succeed ip getting possesion
of the tatoGovornrtenti"' In answer 4o
this question we. will say thai when the
Democracy overthrow the Negro Suffrage
party, they will- ,.,.,
1st, Endeavor to retrench the, enor
mous outlay of money squandered in car
rying on, the State Government, and thus
reduce the burthen of tasauo.D whioh pow
oppresses the people-, ,f , ... , t j
2nd, They will repcal the odious Mil
tia Law, for the support of which the vet
eran soldier and almost every other man
except those belonging to the National
Guardi, is compelled to pay Four Dollars
3d, They will wipe from the statute
books of this State a acofe of tho infa
mous laws which have ' been passed . by
the Abolitionists, and which are detri
mental to the beat interests of the poor
white people. ..' ?
4th, They will see to t that the proo
less boon of suffrage is exercised by
WII1TK. men in the SlaU of Ohio, be
ing firmly ponvioccd tlii't 'tTicre is enough
white men in OliU to'do Hhe voting and
manage the affairs ot the State.1 1 ' ""
5th, Th'y will re that none but hon
est men are placed in tositions of trust,
and that the thieves who have been rob
bing the government for tho past few
years, are brought to justice. '" "'
, 6th, They will support Andrew John
son in his avowed policy fui a' re-organi
tation of the States, and use their" influ
ence lb bring prosperity and happiness
again to the people of a common country.
! All thisvaod much more for the good
,.. ".' - "V,- ' j f '
01 me country, win tne democracy uo 11
ease )hey are successful, at .lho coming
election. ' All those who desire that these
ends be attained,' should 'unite with i "tho
goodi old Dcmooralio party .'inj work for
.1.- '.'.. 1 tr''. '''.''.
wis eicouou o uenerai luorgsq. ana tue
entire Democratio ticket. Slate.' .Scnato--.i
t.t -2 1 : .
nai, jvi'fjrtaennuyo anu iouniy. join
with "JUorgin and his Men'' and help ns
bury the Negro' Suffrage ' prly'' so deep
that a resurreotion will ba impossible'.
Conservative men, will yoa' aid us In the
great work ! n u.-.. . -V, a.r.jj , it
who will obey all laws, and see that, tho
publio money are safely kept, 'and that
no part of the rhoney belonging' to ''gaU
lant soldiers i stolen. In short, the poo
pis are going to elect General Morgan
and the entire Whits Man's Ticket.
! a,Did it 'ever occur to the casual
reader, In reading the' daily" reports' of
the millions taken hy the ea'pitalittt .rn
tha Government loans, that every , dollar
to inveated is a dollar, withdrawn, from
taction; kni oonsequently the placing
of aa addittbnal tat burthen upon the
tax-payenrf vSdeh If the ftott hawefer
wnether obswrvca cr no",i : 1 t ;
If you wish to see the" t'nlon 'rcsiored,
under the' Cbost'iiltion" ot our1 fathers,
vote tho De'mb'cratie TickeL "" v "
1 Tl I ."Vt ! V"Kk f.J
. Do you love the Union, poiyonr coun
try, more than tji negia-rV,ot( th,!.
ooratiaTick;A ti. i, nv
"WoCLtvytm haVe a'tcturq-tb tha good
ola tiitos, wtteir the rioh paid: their, ah tra
of th taxej Vote the Demonrktie Tloket.
Ir you would have a speedy return 6
Civil law, and do away with the- extrava
gant mwtary'rulcV'voto ?hV DemooratU
Tiokot.'' " 1 ' x ''' n "!, "
I Ir yoUfdf hot Pti EerreiepUt'ves In
fight well ; but General Morgan combined
ai) these qualities. 'lie advanced to' the
heart' of the' enemy's country and ''seized
'fl .t..l..J n utJ " t.i. ...
vuiuui-uaiia up, wuiuu was on 01 mciv
most important posts,, trusting that Geu.,
Buell would take oare of hia rear. - Bqt
when in the Gap bo found himself sur.
rounded by four times his number of reb
els, and no prospect of obtaining "upplies
exuop vy seizing mem irora ine enemy.
In that way he obtained food and forage;
he attacked the rebels, beat them here
and there, and took what he needed. But
it was impossible to hold the position
against such odds ; and to retreat or sur
render was all that waa left him To sur
render waa not thought of by one who
commenced military life at fifteen and
had been trained first by Sam Houston
in Texas to the half Indian ' modes of
fighting, and afterwards by Gen. Scott in
Mexico, in the highest science .of. war :
ana so tne retreat was commenced. Av
ery man and every gun was withdrawn.
Then came the tug of War this Landfall
of men retroating and fighting, surroun
ded and lollowed by 40,UUU men for six
teen days aod nights, over 250- miles of
mountainous region, through defiles and
gorges, everywhere exposed to ambus
oadas and asuaulti in mountain passes,
subsisting npon corn alone, and etill re
pulsing and beating tho lurking rebels in
every attack. We baveSnany bright pa
ges in the history of the late war psges
to which our children will turn with
pride and the world will read with .won
der ; but we doubt whether thoro was a
more brilliant achievement from the fall
of Sumter to the full of Riohmond, than
the retreat of Morgan and his ten thou
sand from Cumberland GapJVieiuru-
!.- '. .I.l-.i:
. lJnjhrnl .MAnraii. I ;
. 1 . -. - - , - , ... , t... , . . . ..,
I Gen. Morgan, the Democratic eandL 1 tvny stioufd Hie vrea'lif man ownTng1; ' Wc'ipthioi1owrnglneit;n',nttomarkt
d.W forttdwnordf Ohib1,' ir the' 'Waon 15000 of, Cernmenf the afw-$lt't '
nii(iq 1110 un fljfliiiu f ( nc LrnaV'rvvwJ(M'uC(4tt f to ttwe -
ttid'from h'lsiieishbw !Vora.blJ impressed witU tho elion of our
ifrJ !'- fi Wfiw-Hi- t,,r" General Cox lua ttrne,a out badly
lfriSuXiT NfJl $T lV'C ia 0h' ,ht 'M'1'1'" ers'opprisir.g Dbve'r
8ienL: Is it r12nt.br fair Ihatttie vveaflffl aor Stona l4rr.!'f W nWhntwd vnter.
lohe oun fry' stioliicTrorydxa
diionnif thus iinposer cfoutjll1 turiTien's' ' J"
Pay ' Tlie
, JL UAVSi
'. Who pay onr County taxes f, The far.
men and laboring met I, ,, Tha men. who
have invested thr - money in Bonds do
not pay any tax they i . ,-t..!;
I JtV.Do not pay Road tax I ; ,...H
,! 19 Do not pay School tax ! , ,-.
t&" Do not pay Poor tax J.., -.x-US'
Do not pay City tax 1 .. , ,
, laS" Do not pay Township tax ! .
W".,Do not pay Sute tax, 1 ,.. . v
and yet they get heavy interest on their
9900,000. rt'hy should this not goon
the Duplicate? Why should the return
ed soldier, the soldier's widow, the aol
diers ohildren the farmer, mechanic and
the laboring man be taxed more than
the men who have the rxott money and
are bettor ablo to pay taxation ? EQUAL
TAXATION TO RICH AND POOR i
but rijit. Those who vote with the De
mocracy vote for equal taxation and a
reduetion of expenses;'' those who " vote
for Cox, for taxing the poor man and ex
empting the rich I . '" ", . '''"'
t - Taxation.
But very few of the rank and file of
the Republican party y the term rank
and file, we Intend to imply that, portion
who earn their bread by the sweat of their
brow aro aware of what is transpiring
in our country at this time, ' . -: J
Thoir party organs publish nothing
which k calculated to excite thoir suspi
cion upon ,the subject . of taxation . bu
use all their arts and tophistry rather, .to
divert their attention from a subject they
dare not ditouM, by crying "copperhead"
and "botternut.'V Very few indeed, k,now
that tha Government is at this time an
nually expending, some MiVry m.iVioni of
Julian n support of the Jiberated, ne
grocs, who are unable to provide for them
solves the necessaries of liQ ;, and , y ct
such is unquestionably the fact, f
Yes, thirty million of dollars, of the
peoples' money, are being expended, each
year for thit purpote t an amount nearly
equal to one half the yearly erfpentuoi
the whole general government tinder the
old Whig of Dembor atid rni: Who will
"say that free na grots'' are not rather'isn
expensive luxury f 'J"". ' . ' '
d Fenerii1ry'irtlT.V9"nlilttedi) n6t take
-irhiUiiftU knVSStHMl l.ss4lm"y tho.aaMy"S.gagea.t! the m-
"r i""'', ," jterests of God and -trnmnnity." Where
Uiat this state el things should be pur an ,rlr.6 fiilie1snit;oidieri.wtf ; trerjl J
eni'tclu'an'b' the 'rj'urtJibnf inFu'tiiV1tlinn ! to make a raid unon . the whole Deniocrit- .
equalized.1 'Ott'r . doctrine is: that - eveiy 1 TMt wheD the,wrc!ied f . ,Ve shall
man iif the bommunllv ' should be txd if e "hen e,M.,D.n,'Tei,. ,
according to his wealth, whether it be -iiif mi ncs from it forlhc pnst wo years have
fincprnmort 1nn,l i-l ryni i indicated..! l he' soldiers' xamv who their
othirspeeiesof property; "erigU
or aro we wrong rat e leave our readers I menl f (JarrlsoHisaf when' the waf was
tO SnSWnr thu minnHnn ! 1 '..V Mtllr.t'i In rir.Min au wtUtt ,nt-n Irl' anaa tlinm
: v 1 LLilL' .1 : .' - frfiin i)p?ro vhaatitTnfttrMhirit'lR ended. -:
Do ibe tJDemocracy Ilnic' '(lite
-Id Ohio Major Generat Morgk dm:"ii1'' "i 'hj "' '' "h
ro of the Rebellion aml.nf lho ..Mexican., Lin...-. i , , ,
They know who cndavore.d Ip ceceleratb
the exchmzV of. ptispnere that they
, . t 1 A r , ' ' .
a I mm ins norrom of Aa-
mig.iit .le saved from
and Texan war, is the D'cujo.craiic.caudi
date for. Governor. . .'j - , r: .
Ia always Democratio . New Jersey,
Major General Runyun is the Democrat-.
is nommeo lor uovrrnor.
In New York. Major
is the. Democratic cand
of State the highest
Iu Iowa the Democracy' havo resolved
to support the soldiers' candidato, i.i op
position to the Negro Suffrage candidate
of the Republicans. - '
In Pennsylvania Cols. Davij ami Lin.
ton, two heroes of the. Rebellion,' are the'
Uemoeratio candidates for the only State
omoes to oe niica. , .
And we cju safely saythe ml of
honoring soldiers in not yet. , . .'.,,'.
'turn in, then,! Uhl People J and ena-
oie tuese soldiers to gain a decisive vic
tory over tne plundering hut no less de
structive enemies of the country !: 1
. UO the UemosracT hate tho soldiers r
IiOok at the faotsLnjj M a. t,, u,i
Hundreds of .Republicans, aaee, with
Demoqrats, that pegro suffrage ..would be
dangeroai to the pioperily of the Rei ub
lie; but they' put off thoir' oppoeitiem'ir)
it to. "a more .oonvcnienusaatoa fc. P
they are honest in opposing , the political
equalization of the races, they cannot
consistently adhere any longer to the ab
olition organization.1' Although the1 purl j
with which tbey have hitherto acted, may
not venture to endorse- negro, suoren
its platforms, its leaders are pearly all in
fivor of it and openly avow it Theref ri,
it they should te suecejstul at the polls
they will claim that the people have do--)
uidcd to aive the pegro tha, right fi
vo'e end will renew their pres'suro upon
the President to compel bim to take
ground Iu lavor ol this new political her
ey Hence, wo say, if you would save
the While Man's government, begin the
work now. 11 you wait till the abolition
pirty havo fully shown their hand, you
will havo vailed (ill the game is lost, or
won. - Don't put off your warfare a'gaihst
this Iniquitous schorue-. " Wbat (hud do.
est, do quickly " Hocking StntinfL .. t .
fo&oM AniiDf--The' Aho'litTt n'pa-
per ar ntung a tearmi howl- or warn
ing, Mid assuring their followers that urr,
less something, ii, done tue Uetjpcrta
will oarry tne oiaie., ,j. no : prospects oi
the Ohio DcmocracV' Kavb riot been "so
bright for the, last twelve years. " Every
white man's shoiildef te tho wrhcah';Taito
gctliop.- u(mi .Countj Aarmejii
; tTBirfV-five tthifa ftoh'TaVe' been
diioharged from the gai wnrk k tv
Loui't, and' oiie hondfed and fifty negroes
n'mMlm-ad t: ifimr 'atbrat. MTlift 'pf.mii
the Legislators who are, opposed to. tfiiaN receive twontyrfiv,ca;ts BjiHeaidaytlian
(axauon;.To vmv j'ew"or(io, yiicaev T"a paiu n ii wbhwj.. t,Mj, a,
plinnc8,"wittra'demarrd tor -yirotectioa for
I'our.errfive, bufltlredslavtVfhom. Jthr1:
CfirfrtleVairfsCTpTfrtdir'wilK'tiot be '
a year before thcjiHolitianprcfs will cla s
..iii;.. a ii .n.i,"Lia"tnn.ti,.' . -
ai'i.'i IB miiu VUI'U' X.'vyui. i.ifiniiivi, jui
ir General Sloeuml ''f XCC!1?t V'll .
,. j , r a net tdgetner.
Iidate for becreiary j p . t ' i C?
offioe voted for., 1 ' ,. i..U.;;, :
It'll ill tho I(iii.l-ni4-. Parlv
: l or the greater part of the time, since
mo lormation oi tne f ederal Uvernmcnt
ihe, pMiipcpjij.partv duuinj-itfrjbtltay- ,
uffjlrni t a-JJed tf-rtirotjalieitnrri!r.ij'
to Ihi-il. uiiiii svuhih. iJbu'lwad i-aii-i.
tsinedsiid vindicated the character of the '
ivernnien; il kejit . 1J jhe .States', re' ''
.volvfn liariiioni.liisly in ifio tlnToh ,
inront'ir atlministrative wisdom, human!-' '
ty and jusirco alone, mnf MP vhrongh the
sterufpuwer ;if coetcion. ;;It struck doJwe t
special inoiio.pf.liee, end , sought to mike "
iTilI.eeinally thare the hurt,heps of. Govern- . '
lUHit as they ertiiycd its llossins. ' Thla1
in brief, is the character of the IVnmXJ -
hf.utfrge ufjhoijrcop).-it m.kT.lFtw-;T--
io he plaoed in pow 'r. to the end that tho , -highest
interest o"r"ih'e whofbJcouhtry ',
aii8Jtrhole pefplelrIall'l lrd"rtotoa.-"'
It foojl0tt)U fiofohfa alji.4 ltl)av,U
grown into ranknesa in the Government :' .
it would heal the wburids between the - '
uiviiB-us. tjiuifi, wj-iia T10? to
u.iij miu I'oniiuiuy j if. woum euauva t.
taiatfon. and thus rertinVa tha "rnnnd an
wnien a enviieaed erder'er earn aiists -t
propose to elaud. ' . This, io ihort.ia what k .
it woaldtie- j Whnot then,'go)d pople,';4
again restore to power thai party, with,, aV.a
record so. glorioi-s, and , a purpose Q.pa-'
ble. Statesman. " - ''
. .-i ; .i j l !i.tM,ri1 St
H To;ilie Soldier bfOn'io
; The undersigned, yoiircomradcs in thc?,,J -lath'
war against the rebellion ; 'and forthe
Unioit, f.'tJ it iheir doty, to idefiae-tlieiref'
position -in tha present vpeililUaL.eentss-w :
uveii letters were, written to General.,
Stato, inim-tiog hi'" to declare his viows
upon the question of Negro Suffrage, but '- '
he bis" treated' pa? comrades -with con- j
tenipt, by reluming-e.eiy-to.-thair let--tcrs
; 'wlitltj be did pfopipiW answef wkeirT
(i;ririnnR by- tlivnegT llufeai tJlwlinji'
to whom bo in subsOnee-declcrrd be was .-'
:.. r ..Lll -e ii.'B;.fri. R. ttxlt T i .
ill itfiwr ci m. .iii.pi.. ... v
: On the-eoiilvtGarieiaIrIrtrB said ".
.in aeeeptih? Ms'tWiitfttrOn't' '.'
j "I am opposed to ;Negro Suffrage in "
Qliij),-tf i jiff South, w or uyftrT '
1 pro tinWut untliKanytcircnnKiLanceajLX.v
! Bolieving ibis to bea whita man's Govt-yr
ernineut.wc will vote fur.'GcncrfIon '
gan.'an'd tho Democratic ticket getierally.1
' I The shove let ifcV-waa signed if fittf
.officer1 ine? p'riValeit; "wh r'-W:'hol ilei ,
llieVo'lnat S tjtroM eaftr'lniih;iwlift(i, ',
man as drs ffeheMxrthe IMP
Hot tartf; f.fni't"'I,t'' '
vii-4-Ve iit'iri esJs vl saatst
Can't Go for ;s.' ft( . i
: A incmucr ot uompawy u, iutsa u. v .
I , Itatfcncd st Wiaohestot;. TTa.;1 trot;;?
to the Gu'friisoi,roiiiiin-the 12th
ult. in whiah he nysi. ''Our rigiment
k.now whether Johnson-is for lh:m 6r
againat them." .'IJ f-iii
) m.ni i . .I. ... .i a;
. ' To NatnfMllaed C'ltUena -
All Natnralized Citiiiens, who' wish' to
vote at tha coming election, -should", Jook
up iboir Naiuralization. Papers, tMowVtso-
'as to be sure they have thenkand 'then
bring thinulong ta! tli Pollvl ThfJC
whose paptrs ar at soma former place q(!
residence, should send fqr them mmeell-
ately. Let thit he attended to' by all in
timoJKwolL:ct rornior tfoohles.bn -this
aoiicuhtau'd let them not aoour agaio.-.
D?; -not lots yonjr vote, by .not having ypur
, New York to g Vemocriitie
The Boston correspondent of - the
Springfield lltimllicun Bays:
."I suppose New , York is to he allowed
to co Democratio by default this year
Prominent ltcpublioiiis'say there is rbi'o-
lutely no other way or got ting nd of Weed
, "The eleetioa this fall will determine
nothing, except, perhaps, that jn the
WidUlo,Statet uild llio W est Ihe Jtepub
Iicarrleaders arb too wcaV for 'the' work
they have undertaken- to dor and that,
therefore,' they Cao pot lead the peopje to
yictprysTlie great, body, of,lhe pily.
ore not eu'wa to lie verventhnsinst'e over
such' fellows as Cot" of Ohio, ir drnStfed
through a dirty political-contest sftel - a'
banner which bears Ihe name njeilher
Weed or Horace Greeley. . The state of
uncertainty in which the -country Is ; ia
relative to the President's policy, is. not
favorable to Republican, success ; but he-
are next VPBI- At thlB timA 1MB nnitnrtnln.
y must bo dispelled, and the' people'tvililfen't B fit Co; nor sny. man wlier j W
e'v ,' srl ! M7a
When you walk'ub to' the. Treasurer's
offieOndV&j. jobr tottVdolhM 'renienT '
bed tut tHeltith Kesolution erth Ucjil-
favor, ,oC, '(Negro, Suffrage, There p a
Urge pnnitier of Re'puhlicans'heie flint
can't go Col :,They athej' rc, -und j
hatto rjeehi in 'favor of freeini the ne?m.- k
V.oan't,agrfo ioNEOltO EQUAL1TV. t.
TUEY.S.W.I'iAR TK,WlIJj.f Iu H I , .
FttK VE'ARtf LONGEU'TO KILL'
AfJFTHK NEGROKS-AND'ABOLt- 3
TlONlST.S mtHfif:thim allow- tba .tirgre -.i
Ao vote in Ohio," . 4.,T Z
a ; 'Tlte NoVgin lost r en- UieWiiol, t-'.
,; . lle't bound to win tliii day) 4 U. .;'.t ,
' .v'J'e'S eureto beat -the. J(ih!liH,
T Ri 111 dth Hu'dnll Jn." f
' It'it the rJui1 nTcVcrVeinci'aTa'nei'
every man in lavor ot the Union . ou -f'alhwrt
mado'lt, nJ'etUl h.WiohVa pro??
petpus oountty;:a',whito,',riiaii' : govern, i
mcnt, econorav in priblio expendituicj, it
J)e .talking Jo hisincighbor,,.and making
cvory cffurl to hare, a , full vote, for tho ,
WhHe Wait's ticket. it is tut 'oiie'w. i k
te W elteHen 4ut'of the m.t in,r, ,,t
ocittie 8ta"tePlatforratireadaa, follows :w.vnt:fleotaoriit tver'held in Ouio-f.r. 1 if
llcsolved 7ol the, f our., Dollar, MiU: .every man does lit duty, the cori ::
!ia"fijmmuefiii Jftrj- unprwt'tfirt, o7isltand Pcpro eeiUality party will btfuvet-
I ouiw to'bi reptalta. ' . , . "' Jhlme6 with defeat. lUmh' '.irmif
. .van3i - .1