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TIIE ASHLAND UNION, : WEDNESDAY AIORNING; OCTOBEB .1.
I. M IANM8. .., I. B. UMDIB.
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... CHARLES BO 8 EL,
Clerk ef the Swavea Gout ,
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- , Reprttenlatite,
WILLIAM 0. HKLTMAN,
OSES LATTA. ;
" v iSftEAL MARKET
Tftiite Hen on Guard to
LAST RALLY OF THE
; '' ' MASS .
The Democracy ud til others who are
,; ia favor of free government, tbe Union
: of tie States sad equal tuition, tod op.
' ..'pnsed Is the wicked tod scandalous doo-
Irises of misorgaatioa tod Negro Equal
' Hty are Invited W be preteot at Aihlaad
SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 7A,
. w uere mey will Bear Hie words bfparri.
eutaj bm train fro the
COX T MOHTO.Y. , Ho- Xhcr "Wortc :
Qeaeral Cox ia his letter lo the QW i Abolilioaiitt are Baling a dctper-
ua commute., titeatptct to fledge the to 4. the Democratic ma-
flegro EaSrage qaeeuoa y proposing a joril J,. Aahlaad &mtj. The street
(theme for the coloalsattoa of the e-1 aad allew ire lined with Hilt aimoaaoina
greet ia Georgia, Alabama and oae ot
two other States. This scheme has beea
denounced as wild, ehinterioal aad vision
ary, by nearly ell the lead'ug presses,
Abolitioa meetings. At great efptate
the; hare imported several of the biggest
bond holders sad worst liars ia the 8tate,
to address their, meetings. It is ssid that
not only of the Democratic, bnt of thai even Jirr., fearful of the judgment to
We ma; sUte that these speakers will
potUittly he present and that the than
k dart of their unsurpassed eloqaenee should
. be frtcned lo by oae of the largest erowdt
gaiaweu ia Ataiaaa.
Cent srerrbody, and ring tbeknetl of
tte fanatics thai would reduce the noble
llood of too Aaglo Saxoa to the level oi
Come erery Body, and hear from hit
wt Eps, refutation of the charges that
bars beta brayed by the Iipt of the Abo-
fittoa houadt, against C. L. Vallandio-
. J. P. COWAN, Vk'n.
Dtuocrntit Central Com.
EOLLON THE BALL
LET SO 03TE FORGET THAT
" ' ARD
HON. B. BURNS
'1 spfh at HayosVille oa
tRID AT AFTERNOON, OCT. 6, '65
: IItaoTer,Gre8,Lake,yermillioB, Mo-
heoaa, ferry, Mifflia sad old Montgom
ery will sQ tetd large delegations to this
meeting. Lot At people by srn'dt for
m day Ihebarmits aai tara ei ia a
..ssata this great gathering; of the pea
' t Mil 1
TD TSB rEMOCBACY OF ASH-
;r uko cpcimr.
- The Ctatral Committee, htring deter.
ttinedtomai th hahnee of the cam
ra?uactiTe aad aseful, make tit follow
4 . in; tppointmeolt, hoping that the frieads
will tppreeiate our eaute aad gfva oar
. meetiogi the attention they deserve, end
must hire to make them cffeetoal, aad
la tura we sty yoa shall hava taiuble
ajieaken to address yoa.
4. SATANNAn Thnrsday Ets
amjr, Oct 6th." 8peakn, T. J. Ksaay
. : KITlfLDI-Pridsy Erabing, Oct.
6:h. Ppeakert, J. J). Joaec aad B. M.
' C:;W. ' "
' 7. EU0GLE8-Friday Ivv Oot.
Pth. Speakers, W. A. 0. Emersoa and
J. J. Jacobs. . . .
To eppoiotmenti lire beea made for
r.isow, Crete and Like Townships.
f r tie rtuoa that there will be a Vast
Kiting ia Loudoavillr for the aeeom.
jc'lioa of those towaihipt .
. J. P. COWAN, CiV"
. Sptmotratit Cintrat Cm.
Brpublieaa party. Maay of tei Repuh
licas papers characterised tt as the prop,
eaittoa of a Mnoodle."', Pemoorart tV
aouaeed it beoauae they saw bonrath the
limty veil, sod knew that it wee aothing
hat aa entering wedge divide.-the gov-
eraaMat ef the white maa, and by form
lag a few negro States, gredua ly accus
tom the people to hear of negro Govern
ors, and Jndgrs aad. juries Ac., and to
eee affiro representatives' in ' the House
aad Senate of the United 8taree. That
sooh, aad even worse thia that woald be
the result, k provea by .the testimony of
one of the leading and most intelligent
politicians of the North W st
Ia a speech recently niado by Govern
or Morton of Indiana, at Richmond in
that State, io referring to that plan, he
sty:, .. 's !"
Very well, say some, this is all' very
well, if we can get the negroes to go
i here. Hot let me say that tbe colored
States would be a balance, of power in
this country. I set; is it desirable to
have a colored Sttte government J I sty
it it not. It it not lor mtny reasons
One reason ia. that such Sutes would
perpetually constitute a balance of power.
Tbey would be held bound by the strong
est tie Ibat ever bound men together
the tie ot eolor and raee tbe tie of a
down trodden- tod despised race As
three hundred thousand slave holder, by
t common tie, were able to govern this
anion for a long time, to lour millions of
people, bound together by a much strong
er tie-rdeapised by the whole world, as
l he j have been would constantly vote
and act together, and their united vote
would c institute a balauoe of powor that
miht eot trol the Government of thia
I submit, .then, however elearly and
strongly we miy admit the natural rights
of the negro I submit it to the intelli
gence of the people that colored State
governments are not desirable ; that they
will bring about results that are not to be
hoped for; that finally they would threat
en to bring about it, and, I believe, would
result ia a war or raers. ..
That, accord' 03 to Gov, Morton, we
have Gen 'Cox in favor of a proposition
that will give the aegroea ia this coun
try tbe power to control tha satire eoua
trv. KnrUoEeihK, as he ssn thev will
be, by the" ties f of raea.tha will' hold tbe
"belaooe of power," that would "oontrol
the Government of the Nation,"
How, then, must we tee it f Cox's
plan of negro 8tates is even worse than
hit other idea of Negro Suffrage. Better
let them vote ia Ohio and elsewhere than
form negro8tatesand give them the meant
of controlling the destiny of the Union
through this balance of power. We wish
to Heaven that the miserable devls that
are so anxious that a aigger should rule
over them,.eould be sent for a time to
some lone island, and enjoy in peace and
tranquility the A mean rule with all its
Come to Ashland on .Saturday evening
tnd hear Vallandig&am and McSwce
NIT. It will be moonlight and all ean
return home as safely aad comfortably as
ia broad day light.
ImT Scarce an issue of the Timtt is
seen bat contains a certificate of Jirr's
good character. When a man becomes
so notoriously infamous that he.is obliged
to bolster himself ap with bought certifi
cates of character it is time people were
examining their locks j'nd, bolting their
doors. ' Hands on your ppekets. But
poor Jirr. is about run out of eertileates
and so kreps tbe one he bought of I
Hickok ia his paper indefiojta'y. Won't
Jirr. inform ns through ths Time how
each. money he took from that Insurance
Company and gave to Ktckae for that
tr-Remember that tbe AhUd Coun
ty Fair eomes off on Wednesday, Tburs
day and Friday next, tbe 1 lth, 13th and
15th days of Oetobei- , .
Wa may have a showing shortly about
couple of matters connected with tbe
Smut machine dowa street. Wa have
some of lbs facts ia regard to a certain
insurance agency, and. soma mora ia re
gard to the whereabouts of soma, money
that belongs lo the relatives of a dead sol-
ditr TVyara hunting for tha money
and v are waiting for .tha facta.
tv Wa u L. Jirr. Brmnt if
ha has seea tha raUtivos of thai dead
soldier. They are talking about "bounty
moBey." Perhaps they are-as" eruy a
Blocvh says 3rr. aat,' whea hs got
thaeheok for that soldiers everooat at
Columbus, end oow don't ramembsir any-
thing about it. , No telling; bat, Jin.
yoa ought to piy tha bay for hit evef.
eoai- It is gatting tolerably low to ap.
propriats their alothea after taking their
same,- has beea iadaeed to give twenty
IvaeeaM towards; die etuse.? Note.
Be charged (hem aa extra dollar oa a bill
to make it ap. ' Tha Hon. (?) John
Shximak, who bears the huge title ol U.
S. Senator has coma dowa to address his
fellow countrymea at Troy. : Tha Tro
jans will tura eat to hear this owner of
government bonds tell . them Why he
should sot pay tax on his property, and
way -the poor meebaoie and tbe aard
working farmer should bear tha burdens
of the fOTcmmeat for him. To cover up
hit dirty tracks and his picas for usury,
he will denounce democrats snd lie about
TiUANpioHAM. Oh! Ye Gods! Tbe
great John Sherman, retailing Abolition
lies and slang to hfs ''fellow countrymen,"
at little township gatherings. Verily
Johs is scared. These Copperheads may
get into power, and then John's bonds
will be taxed and a miserable third rate
lawyer will no more disgrace a seat in
tbe Senate of tho United 8tates. -
stir Tbe grounds of the Ashland
County Agricultural Society are 'now
aboat ready. They are beautifully loca
ted and every pains has been taken to fix
them up in the best possible style.
"TTE KNOW OUR FRIENDS."
So said one of the mottoes on the ban
ners carried by the band of veterans to
the Democratic meeting ia Ashland
But L. Jirr. Sprenolc, Jacob Hil-
dibrand, M. B. Parmelt, c. 4o
claim to be the special friends of the sol
dier. jErr., ws all know, has a peculiar
faculty of sticking to the soldiers by ttlch
ing to their money. He is to very friend'
ly that he sticks to thousands of it yet
snd prove his frit ndbhip for sll future
time by swearing that he will always keep
Then thrrc are the tax-assessor and
collector. They are friends of the sol
dier, but they are not friendly enough lo
give up fbeir fat offices and give them to
one or two of hundreds of men ia this
country that eerv d their county "faith
fully snd well." There they ars, two-
great, lubberly specimens of the genvt
homo, stout enough to hitnmer an anvil
or split rails, who stsyed ft home and en
joyed themitelvee at ease, during all the
tour years of bloody snd relentless strife.
There they are lining their pockets with
Greenbacks, while the soldier returned,
out of business snd scarce knowing which
way to turn to earn their bread, ia left 00.
U ik. ..M 1 .1 tl . :
u imv vviv. Alia 1 iiicj an tweet speci.
mens of the Soldier's friends.
CERT 41. V
We have been frequently aked wheth
rr Vaixanmgram wculd certainly be
here next Saturday. We ean inform the
people that Mr. Valla mhouam was teen
by Mr. McCarty and that he promised
potitivtlg to be present. Everybody turu
out and hear Val
Jeff says, "come, my good soldier
friends, although I have chca'ed you out
of your bounties and mads thousands of
dollars out of yur toils, hardships and
llood, eouie, good ivllnws, and vote for
my candidates for county office, so I can
get tha county priming, for then I can
serve tha county the same way I served
yoa. .. : ,. , . .. .
"Vote for Sterlino Buebncll' for
treasurer, -for 8rr.RLi!(o will give me the
printing of Ihs lax' receipts, and I'll make
the county sweat for it it I gsta chance
at them." - .-'; v
Again he 1 saya,'"Cjmei god eitiaens, I
have ekinned you eveiy'tVmel ot a
chance and I propoe to do so la the fu
ture, but if yoa vote for my county effi-
you ean thus equalise the skiaaiag
process, and I won't need to do to much
skinning' vulietiuQlly, if you will- givs
me tie ehanoe to do so collectively."
Every body vote for tha beef-bound's
eeedidatcs, to the beef-hound esa buy
more beef. : v.'
JC3D0M'r forget the Grand Ball 00
the evening of the second day of the
Fair., Dancing at the Town Hall. Sup
per at tha Miller Douse. .
IF TIIE WEATHER
Should be favorable, the meeting at Ash
land oi Baturdsy evening will be held oa
the street between the MeNaltyaed Mil
ler Houses. . II cold and stormy, it will
be held at the Tows Hall.
t'Taxftitoai nml Double
: ttluatU Now 1 "
"Tsaado feast bs double, what it now
ia w meet eiDonis." Tbts startlin? an
aounoemeat eomei from Hoa. Thaddeus
Stevens, the Chaumaa of the Commitlee
oa Ways aad Means ia .Congress. Oa
when! Is' this' doubVtaiatioa' to fall f
General Cox aad his 00-laborers say you
musfaot put any taxation on the capital
invested a Lnited Stales Bjnds. Joint
Sbxrxan who it a candidate before the peo
pie for the United StttcaSenatorahip, aayt
the carritgee. niaaoa and plate of the hold
art of these Bonds' should even be ex
emoted from taxation. The double lax
ation must necessarily, then, full with
crashing weight ea the over taxed tax
payers of tha aonnlrv. Have thev not
spirit eaougb tp coniult their own inter
est, so tar as to auke an effort to alleviate
their tax burthens, bv voting for the
Democratic eaadvdatrst Beyond ques
tion, a change .cannot make their condi
tion worse, and thcM is every reason to
hope that it will" be improved. By all
eans, try a ensoge, .nffma.
liTTUo officers o the Ashland Coun
ty Agricultural Society; have made spe
cial. ttraigemeoU'for the care of stock.
Convenient and spaeioua stalls have been
creoU-d sufficient for the accommodation
of all. Hay will pe furbished free.
A t'urae from Generation to
Hen. Thaddeus Stevens, lbs Chairman
of the Committee on Ways aud Meant in
Congress, whose duty it is to understand
the .wants of tie' Government, or the
mesas necessary to cany on the Admin-
iatrition, says thai our publio debt Is so
great that it rill bs to our people "a
curse from ge- oration to generation." Mr
e. " . t '
onvens is an Aooiuioniat. lie never
has been a Democrat, or what lias been
termed "a Coppsrhead." This is what
our people have ttcurcd "a cureo from
generation to generation" by voting in
to power the Republican party in 1 800
Will they aggravate this ourto, instead ol
undertaking to mitigate it, by voting to
continue this par4y in"powcr I That is
tlie question it becomes their duty to de
cide upon on the second Tuesday of Oc
aaJThs aew grounds for the Fair at
Ash lead arc sitaated just East of towa
aa tha Wooatir road. l ie a spleadid
plsea for tha purpose.
. ' irjLTwo Wild Bufftloet from the prtr
iea of tha Wast will be oa exhibition free
I tithe Ashlaad Ceuaty Fair.'; ""
Is the day of Election That day
will deoidethctVer we are, ia the future,
to be governed by Ihe Negro Equality
party and their negro allies or by White
men. Stephen A. Douglas and the
Democratic party, tay thit government
wat mtdt by white men. The Abolition
ists'rny this f orernmrnt was made bj
men who evaded the truth fur the benefit
of niggers. Moroan says unequivocally,
no negro suffrage or equality. Cox says
that a nigger is good enough to stand on
the Union platform with him. .Choose
ye between. .-. - .. ,
tAn ample Hall of large site has
been built by thcofficersof the Fair upon
their new grounds for ihe display ol
fruits, flowers, pictures, domestic manu
facturea' ic, Ac, of which to unusualu
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lure iuaninj n cxpecieu inia year.
S.We last week noticed briefly the
1--. . i . ; . ril; u;
imci idii 1 regiuf ui 01 vmo suiuien wcD
through our town on the A. k G. W
Railway, and that they all seemed to be
MorqAn met- Jife have since lcarteJ
some additional facts in regard to them.
It appears that "big leiy " the Abolition
tax srtersor, heard they wore coming and
no went op to tbe cars to talk nigger
equality to Ihrm.. fie was teri.ibly U
ken down,, when tlie first reepon e hs met
was a genuine "hurrah . &r Moroan,"
and still worse befuddled .whea that slo
gan cry went all ameg the line of ears,
tjmt after time; aad -with such heartiness
aa only soldiers know how to cheer. The
assessor snifljaad sauffad aad spit, and
lbs last the toljitrt eaw of him or his,
was his coat tails steading out. Straight
and stiff enough td carry a aigger baby.
"Big nasty", wat not there', but with that'
Bible and Ilyron Book tndcr hit arm,
over which he histoid more infernal lies
tad cheated more-men than would damn
a hundred saints, was watching the pro
ceeding from the corner of Rev. Har
kit'i churchi Whua Jeff saw Jake run
ning, he thought, some of the soldiers he
had swindled were after him, tod noth
ing mora was tota of Jell until after the
last soldier ' had U ft. town. Evea t the
ghosts of dead soldiers, uho money 11
oie it Ih pocket: frfi bauat hi vis
ions sad disturb hit dreamt.'
saTh raca tAok; this year in tha
aew grounds of ths Aihlaad County
Fair a ixad ap ia tha heat meaner for
the r'urpoWenl we expect to sae some
2-4.6 travelling over it during the coming
Faivv.,,;, : .', '-..; -:-:',. "
Whmt maktt Thrm dboliHonitt
One JonN DouoniRrr, ' who some
years ago went la California, has return
ed. He left this country "for tha coun
try's good" aad met ef all patties hoped
that hie leaving would bo final. But
John baa returned to tbe bosom of his
loved family. While John was'sway he
made a little money. Ia California mon
ey means money not rags. Joiim brought
his chink to the stales and a aatriotie in
dividual induced him to buy greenbacks
t Hi per cent on the dollar and invest
the greenbacks ia Government bonds
Immediately after this patriotic proceed J
ing , John became excessively "loyal,"
although, but a short time before Le left
California he made a most bittor Copir .
head. speech and dt nouncd Lincoln at a
traitor snd Jomneoiaaa perjured villain.
When he got hi bonds he changed his
tun. Wa die not tnlAnd Ia nniin Lim
si th's length. We oolypropoaed to ssy
that tbis sneak tl aew stumping Ashland
County for the purpose of persuading the
people that he should have not only the
benefit of having swindled ihe govern
ment out of ie-fity per cent, but, also, that
his money thus invested should not be
taxed to pay our national debt. John
don't work for hire. The Abolition Cen
tral Committee do not pay him. ' If he
and his like can succeed, the laboring
man will pay his (axes fcr him, while
John odd slumber gently in the arms of
Well, co it. John, the Bond hoi-
der! moke these igcorar.t ft Hows vole
scoording to your wishes, rctsil them
your stale lies, draw that baboon phis of
yours to its utmost length . pt.u a few mere
wrinkles in your monkey I ace, buy some
more bonds, get a litt.'e better posted on
tho position ol tho Ace, King, Queen and
Jack, and at some future timo the Abo
liiionists may nominate, you fr Cnun'y
Jack sj. Ycu derrree the position,
' Jolin Donley.
The candidate for Commissioner on
the Abolition ticket presents an anniwil)
in politics. Perhaps he ia 0110 of thos.
to whom little intelligence has been
vouchsafed, and consequently but little
ought to be expected. If ever nature
designed him for a Democrat, whether by
fair or foul means, the attempt was sn
abortion. But nevertheless thia same
Jon Donley professed to be a Demo
cral for forty-fire years of his life, snd
doubtless would be yet, if he had been
under forty five years ef ago during the.
war, and subject to draft. But eicuirt
from draft hi could safely shout, 'rally
round the flap, boys," and "glory to the
nigger in the highest,' without fear that
his devoted person would suffer from re
bclli ous bullets. He now prcsects him
self ss t candidate lor Commissioner on
the Abolition ticket, and like any other
donkey it braving through Ashland coun
ty, asking the votes of Democrats as well
ss Republicans st the coming election
What are bis claims upn either party 1
lie urges his loyally to one class and hit
Democratic precedents to the other. liin
loyalty consists in his voting the Aboli
tion ticket for three or four years, snd
nothing more, nis willingncs to do Ihe
blading of his Abolition masters secured
him, as he conceive a petty ofboe. Hit
apparent joy over hi prtferenco shows
conclusively why he deserted the Dem.
oeratie parly, and joined the opposition.
We would soy lo Republicans, volo for
this tool of self sggrandis'ment, and
thenby thow your apprcoiaiicn of li
keen appetite Tor tfliee Lucifrr like,
he seeks dominion. All honest men will
vote to have them stsy si home. But the
most ridiculous part of the man's course
is his impudence in asking Democrat tt
vote for him. How ho helped Democrat.
to free Orange towrahip fr.im the draft
in 1863-1, surclycatitlo him to their con
sideration. When asked to contribu'e
to this purpose, he would snewcr, "I sm
ovsr forty-fiveund Calvi is under
twenty. a,ci tbe copperheads get out of
the draft the best way tbor eaa. . I'll dr.
my share by shouting Union,' and abus.
mg my neighbora." If there It a Htm
ocrat. in Ashland county, who thinks
Uonlxt is tntiUsd to hit vote, be will
not be found in Orange township, and
ospecisily in bis own immediate neigh
borhood. He refused to help them in
need. They do not feel like flattering
hit vanity by voting for him oow. Re
member and condemn the man at thebtl'
ot box next Taetday.
BeaJTuc negroes srs coming to Ohio
in Mores. The people of Southern Ohio
are complaining. If ths word "white"
is stricken out of the Constitution, we will
'have half a million of them in our Btate
a a few years. Remetnbet this, voters,
. RESEVBERy .
Whenyou eoaate fcaet your votes ca
Taesdsy aval, that General Cox tt Ober.
Rs, la reply to tha question ot a aegro,
declared4 himself antqtttvoeally in favor
ef ygro Vmye f Ohi. o-l
- ' REMEMBER
That while General Moroan was bra
ring the perils of the Camp and Field
.bearing with his men the hardships of
the weary and foot-sore march snd the
dangers of the deadly fray, Genera! Cox.
tba Miscegenation candidate, wat strut-
iogtboot tht camp with polished buttons
and straps aud hit kid gloves of the pur
est white, whioh he would not soil with
ke hind cf 1 private or bis musket ,
Tonicity wa- Veracity.
We dcubl not the Ashland Times of
this week will be teeming with all kinds
of charge! against the Democracy., Now,
while no one questions Jirr 'a voracity
his capacity fcr beef some people do
doubt his veracity. . We don't know but
the latter part ol that hut aeotence is in
correol. They do oot doubt it. They
know all about it They know that be
it tbe most, unmitigated liar and the
meanest maa In Athland Couoty.. .They
know that before the Grand Jury of the
county he, himself, swore that his publi
cations were false and that he waa a com
mon liar. Everybody knows this snd
so no body will believe him or his paper
Keep ap your reputation ea beef-hound,
Jm, r tht it all that is left you.
- ' I 1 I II 1 I I t '.t; t -
Tbe Sky to Bright.
Every thing indicate! a great revolu
tioo In public sentiment. . The Democra
cy wiU'certaiuly carry New York, Penn.
ylvania and' New Jersey, aad tha Negro
Suffrage ptrly in Iowa will bt badly
beaten. '' If we but do our doty, ws
think that General Georoi W. Moroan
will be the next Governor of Ohio.
Democrats, tha time is short. Go to work.
"Put your shoulder to the wheel, pray to
the God of right for success, tnd pu$h
on the column," an i victory will be ours.
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REMEMBER THIS SOLDIERS,
That while, in order to deceive you and
get your volts, the Abolitionists have, in
a few irtlacccs, nrminated soldiers for
office, they have always nominated men
who held offices in the irmy ind receiv
ed large pay fur their services, while the
private, who did tbe fighting tnd the
wink, is pasted by. ' ' . ' ."
Every Pemoerat SlionM be at
TO THE DEMOCRACY OF OHIO-
FROM THE STTE CENTRAL COI-
, EVERY BODY READ. .
nur State Kiecmiva I'
Uve to ndlrea you a few words of well
founded enoouia.'cmont.. Our advices
from all parts of the Suite are very satis
factory, and we feel justified in assuring
you, that if every Democrat will do Ki
uuiy irom now unm the close ot the polls
on the acoo'.d Tnsadav nf Minlw.r
Slate will be rescued from ihe hands of
the Abolitionists The reign of te:roi
has pawed by and as passion subsides,
the jeople become ami us to listen lo ar
gument aud reason. The monstrous
scheme of tbe ladicais lo place nrgwe
upon a fooling of perfect political and so
cial rqnsli'y wiih the whites, and togov
tut this country in sll time to come by
meins of negro votrs; snd the flagrantly
njust proposition lo forever exempt from
taxation four thousand millions of prop
erty in the shape of g vcament accuri
ties, and thus create a privileged monir.l
aristocracy, receiving nnnnnllv in il...
shape of interest, hundreds of tuill f n of
loaeaaruwu irjiu the people, but paying
no taxes themselves to the State Govern,
ment j thn wanton extravagance of Con
gross ahd the State 1 egisliture ; the op
i reebive character of the four dollar mi
litia commutation tax ; the swarm of un
necessary office holders, civil and military
drawing nav hut ilnino. nnhin.. . L
frauds, peculations and defalcations of
B.L..i:.f . a 1
auuiiiiuu omuiais almost daily brought
to liht j the contrast between tho ambig
uous and dcocptivo platform of the Abo
lilion Slate Cot.vention, and theunrquiv
ocal, nu'spnkcn principles announced by
our Cm mention, and the equally striking
contrast bctwuin tho : vacillating and
trimming COur0 of Generul (r lh Ak
olition candidate for Governor, and Ihe
frank, manly speeches of our nohle can
didate, General George W. Morgan the
pairwie coure 01 our returned snldiert
who ar njecting, with rcorn, the Aboli
tion dtotrice of negro equality, all
those tt-inra are tolling with powerful of
fset uonn the nnhlin n.in.l mnA
thousinds. who have ever been opn sed
Ia ... I.. J
iu ui, ui nnuse nu rcnect.
Fellow Democrats, now ' lh time for
yro lo woik snd to work earnestly. For
lour years you Dave suffered obue and
persecution for vonr mi n'nlA. V,.n
bore it til rather tha i desert them. When
the history of these dark timet shall be
impartially written. In inn will Ka 01 van
Ihe credit of having pre-erred whatever
of ConMiimional liberty shall reraaia ia
the land. Con tin ne la merit lliia hir.li
honor; oontinue to be the elampionsof
ina vootutuuon and rqnal rights cxhib.
It Vonr ancient seal for aha aneaeaa nf tna
good cause ; oee every honorable meant
iu ircnginen tna promote it be vigilant;
be active; tnd you will, ere long, tee your
time honored tnd beloved party again in
the ascendant, and the Union and the
Constitution gloriously restored..
By order of the Dcmoeratio State Ex
. JOHN G, THOMPSON,
That wherever yoo tee the name of t
soldier upon a tiokel- it is Col, this, or
Qapt that, or Lieut somebody, but you
you have never yet seen announced as
one of their candidates, Prime anybody.
' Democrats, remember that lo less than
one week, the election will take place.
Have you seriously thought cf the great
questions that are in a manner to bo de
cided on that dayT' Have you tome lo
. the coooluion that with you rests a greet
responsibility f If not, do to at once,
end then uta every exortion that the God .
of nature hae endowed you with, lo bring
about a successful eleotioa of these who" -advocate-
lh) princif lee which ; every !
American oitiaen ahonld hold deaf. , JCv
ery oitisea ahould feel it ineuabeoi upoo. '
him to labor for the success of ths prist
eip'.es which he believes to be correct
snd the adoption of which. In his belief,
would result in the greatest good to tha'
people. Refusing to do su at this time,
when such important' Interests are at
stake, and when there is so much danger
to b tpprehond:d from the success of
radical measures, uimid at the very fr
uit of society aa they are, would be .aV
most criminal. No ordinary obette'.a
shou'd dTier any good citizen fmm doing,
hit utmost to tontince bit ronaervativa
neighbor of the Importance of defeating .'
tht candidates of tha Negro .Suffrage
party, and we ho a that every Democra
will incessantly labor to this euL0f i
oira Strct. , v ,.,..,
' SHBSI fP'S.',!,; ; "4
- THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF '
ASI1LAND COUNTY are hereby nod.'
Bed to meet at thoir respective placet of
holding Elections, 00 the Second Tactr '
day of Ootober, A. D. 1805, beinr tho !
101b dny ol October, A. D. 18
and rote tor the following Officers, to-wit:
One Governor; one Lieutenant Gotr
ernor; one Supreme Judge; (full term,);
one ("'upreme Judgo; .(vacancy,) oaf
Treasurer of Stale ; one Attorney Generv
si ; one School Commissioner ; one Mem-'
ber of ihe Board of Publio Works; oat'
Clerk of tho Supreme Court; oao ftey-t
resentatire; one Treasurer ; one Com-
misMontr; one Infinnaty Director; oae'
Coroner; ond. one Stale Senator, to ran.
resent the Couulkavf Ashland and Rich-'
land. : 'v. v.-. r
The Trutr ea of the several Towaahipft
are requirtd to furnish tha Clerk of the
Court the uumes of the fojlpjting number
of Jurors: ..- ' Jr
Township No. Township No.
'"y ; iy
Troy v v
. Given undor my hand and setl lbi
21st diy of September, A D. I8(J5. v( )
John 0. brown,..
9 Sheriff of AahlaiKUCo. I
Aabland, Sept 21, 1865. .,-5 i-nl
IS hereby gives lo the Treasurers of Iks,
revrrnl townliis in A.kland County, 0
iliui ihe 2U Install mem of echool funds arw
now remly for dinti-ihuilnn, ' 4
MM ISAAC.OtTKS. Co. Aadltav,
4. . m t 1 1
n n tc e .
Ellen McCool 1 In Aehlaml Cwnaaoe
vs. ' I'leaa. '
Thamw It Mofool. J D'yoree. . . "
DKPEXUAST Is harebjr Bolided that
ihe 1 'Ii ai day af Seplamber, I860, 'tlie'
almva nanicd FlnioiitT filed in Ihe Clerk
Office, Conn cf Common I'laaa of Athlaad
I 01101 j, bar l'eiition against DefeniUat, ask-,
ing lor Ciyorce and allowing against him Ihe
grounds aai hrlb in l'eiiilon againat DefandV
aui, art three years wilful abitnce and Ihree'
years grois neglect of du'y toward the Pati
ticner Paid cast will bt for bearing at Iko
next term of said Cuurl, which oomneoote
Nov. 0, 1865.
BLISS A Mt8WEESET.
Mt'vi for Ptaia'lf. '
At Foil Fialier, was acaroely t greater' rail.,
ure than is daily made by most of the '
. advertised hair dyes ; nor waa -
PERRY AND PORTER'S VICTORY
Mere complete, perfect and glorious, than Ihe
conque-o. achieved by ;
CnRISlADORO'S EAIR DTE
Over gray, rd and aandj head) of hair. The
obnoxious hne is wiped out in (ye miaule.
aad a Magnificent brown or Jjlaok,. glassy aadi
nai ural, takes ita place. Maaufaeiurtd by J.
CURI8TADORO, Me. 6 Astor Hoate, New
Sold by Druggists., Applied by all Hair
Dressers. , - ' ' ' ' '
Sept. 27-BolGlm. ;'
Motiee is keraby given (hat Ikeuadeniaaaw
hat bta appoiaiad aad qualllad aa Adaalaia.
Inter of ths Batata ef W. B. Part ar day d,
late efAthlaud Caunty, Okie. . ,
' W. COWIV-
Sapt. 0, 18fi SwlS ' - ' ..-.J. :-.
Gen. Cox DmwiHn PaVHaw A
Reduce Taxation I flan. t!ov anil Kla
staff draw from tba Treasury, every
muum, aooui i,uuu 1 wny aou'l t'ox.
resign snd do away with his staff f By
mis means our taxation would be reduced I
REMiMBtaTnis. General Cox meaoa
Negro Suffrage and Negro Suffrage means
General Cox. The two are inteperably
eoneectcd. ' If you wiih to testify your
approbation of Nsgro 8uffrtge the only
way la which yoa can do it it to vote for
General Cox, and tha to eallsd "Union"
candidates generally, i ci
BE WARNED, Iff HUE.
Potitivety the hit thane oj Coxtulting r
DR. o. o. th wiride
.-. x Asixr,Aisrr, .'. :
Will I on the 18M anf IM of October
and November. ,. , m
Owf y riro f1$lt$ satora. ,v'i .1
I should bt angralafut indeed if I failed to
eip.-aaa tbe daap obligations I am aador
lo lbs Hundreds who kava eoneulltd me div
ing he last three years that I have baei visit. '
ing iht proaparoue Unit oily of Aahlaad. - 4
inana yoa one ana an.. -
' - (7tf) '
ARBS BOYD'S ESTATE. - is
N07 ICE Is hereby given that tbe subaorib
er baa beta appointed ud enalited at
Adminiatrator ef the taut af Aan Boyd,
late of Aahlaad County, iocaanl Patad at
Ashland this 21st day of Seplembar, 18U6.
- paci, oriuk.'
September 20, 18fto-ael6.
Tba Mason k EamlU Cabinet Orgaat.
rrly diffarant Styles, adup'ed la ear red and
tatmfar moaie, for to to 00 caok. THlaV
Ty-CIVE GOLD ar SILVER MEDALS, er
eikarlratpvaaahima awarded tbam. Illwrfra
tad Catalofuee free. Address,- MA80N a.
HAMLIN, SoSTov, ar kAfCN BIWTllEBS".
Hawyeaa.' :'. - ..,.,'., : "
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