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OKO W. GBDliES.Chmiiron Pleas Judie
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K. INQMAWPriWreJikll If
B.H.BARBER, Cl'i Com. Pi's & Dlst. C'rt
O. W. HILL, Prosecuting Attorney.
ISAAC GATES, Auditor".
HRNRV HKR8HEY, Treasurer.
JOHN O. BROWN, Sheriff.
GEORGE W. URIE, Recorder.
JOHN KEENE, Buneyor.
I8REAI MARKLE, Coroner.
J'WtlH TXN NKSTion
j,'iinlini ii!(;.J .
WM. OSBORN, Ashland.
R. M. CAMPBELL '
ELIVS PRAUNFELTER, Barannah. j
J. 0. JiRxmas, Cashier, H. Lutbeb, Pr'i,
rinsr ijraTiojrM jtJtJrK
HOLBrWH.lTTJlERf'l HliH. XOPFINO,
JACOB CRALL. J.O. JENSINQS
Do exclusively aBanking busines . Buy and
I ell Baiters Exchange and Coin; Discount u;
ea individual security.
US' Sell Revenue and Postage Stamps
OPPOSITE the MoNul'.y House, Ashland, 0
M. Millie, Proprietor. Good accominoda;
Hons and reasonable bills. Patronage so
jucjruLTr uovse, j'
yyM, MoNULTY, Proprietor. South Side 0
ilain Street, Ashlaud Ohio
JOUJV V. JOJTES,
ATTORlWTff T fiAVj.bJintfO. Partio
alar aUiiftn "btllattirig and bu
siness lnPb'uteoffrt."tO"tBcB' on Church
treet, between Main and Sandusky. j
T. J. Xiiir, R. M. Caiii EBMi.
KEjrjTT ts CAMPBELL.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ashland, O.j Office
on Churoh Street, in the brick building im
mediately rVest of Cahn's Store. I
f T. JOHJTS 1 0JI.
ATTORNEY jlT LAW; Oflioe over Wallack
' A Andrews' Shoe Store, Main Street, Ash
land, Ohio. Also authorised by the Oot-
'rnaSnt to""prooufe Penslota Certificates
and-Collect Bounty ad Back Pay." j
jr. jt. JacOJins,
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Ashlaud
Ohio. Office in iho Briok building over
Binger's Hardware Stc re.
. S. SEE, I
ATTORNEY AT LAW, FIRE AND LIFE
Insurance Agent and Notary Public Par
ticular attention paid to collecting;, Probate
business, Partition caeca anc Execution of
Deeds, Mortgages and Conlracla. Office in
Miller's Block, Second Hlory, Main Street,
opposite the TQ,wn Ual Ashland, 0.
at-1- L. CUAJI'E,
OFFICE One Door West of Qqulre's Drug
Store, Up Stairs.- Rosidence Corner of cen
tre and Washington Stroe'a, Ashland, 0. :
GEO. If. HILL, Jtt. ., !
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, Asblant. Ohio.
Particular attention will be paid to the
treatment of the following special diseases:
Dyspepsia, disease of the Liver, the Kid-
oi ney. ScToflija and Epithelial Cancers.
PHYSICIAN fc SUUOEON, Ashland Ohio:
Offioe over Hughes & Staoher's Store, op
posite the Town Hall. '
DR. It. iNEWTON,
JJD 03 S3 "CP a S3 -CP
8AVANMAH, Athland County,
mil twaWfC; pun(i t nia vuioe, e:
eestt ot SdtriiUA Mo Josfi (ZatZb
JEWELLER and Silver Smith, one door West
of Potter's Drug Store, Ashland, Ohlo.-I-Gold
and Bteel Pens, and a ehoice variety
f Jewelry kept eonstantly on hand.-f
Highe it piioe paid for old Gold and Sllvei
Ranairlns: done to order, on reasonably
terms Satisfactorily warranted.
HATE 'A'LMt AslSORt&feNT Of FCRNIJ-
ture, consisting of Tables, Bureaus, Deo"
Steade, Chairs of every description. So.-
Thev keep eonstantlr on hands a lot of Me
tallic Uurlsl Oases and Caskets. Haying a
new Hearst they will attend pramptlyiofua
trait la any vart of the countv. Furniture
made to order. Jtoom one Door East of thV
Ttx. St) X"SreMSt off tlxo .
a. & e. w. e pt ,
(lait of the North Amerioan,) a"'
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Before. JJie. DcinQtralla .State
Mr. ValltntUehaBi. on.laine'..uilrnJ
.ujied Iff ths CoirTOrthjrr, "snid :
ekns : Tfliank" 'you "foffliii Erndlv" fe-'
Otption.'tT-.o'uKa' yoti'se'em 16 'hi "oT oplri-"
,ium uuua me uiiuunuv. jx uuwspapcr 111
-CiDcinnitirfn" tlielbtcroat ol'Wrtonimbn
enemy, is greatly ycxef "tUal Vanaiiarg-"
pan mil persist in attending Uerriocralto.
Convenlloua'. Ytftf '(h'a't'Ite'nioc'rafs will
jofsist in'rcbSgnisilng'llihl'aVn DeriibtfaT
n.gool Sra'DiTifig:-!' dOn'rknS' thafif
is a maUcT "oT any yossilile ' tOfiCorh" "fo"
pe. oo ton); as ccniucates irom tno ce
nrqtnry "of lewotfratiir Convenriftns " will'
,carry intl lfoW "bti-lfttf MtlroifdH; Wd" "s"(f
jong os ucistrcraiio uonMiitiong 'continue
to.fce he1d,"I"will irrobabty Ttirslst'ili" af-
jending Xtiim; until, perhaps,-1 "am us-tflir
in'the ranks' as obT" friend tawillj wo
yonjion held" tn"Ohlo"."-V6 bavf -dowu
(roHoc-Wtirk-tDdtry-.--Tho- latfornr ln--dcyscs
thfl ttino'lifl-Tirred principles bf ilio
party, and tfectares the- tfctermttidd -pur
Ili past." The ticket is coraposcd-of mtn'-l
wbo are up to titer Jtffersmiion BtandaTa
itnd nitached-tu ihe Constitution,-nnd" If
we do nortucwea in ihcwmnng erection
"in .mskinflti?it. 1'rHrrt "trhrmrtlinTf - wir -of-
T J least wiHuo-fnr poin, bb ttr insure nutcestr
. in! .1867." ' Wo said' to" Ihoite -vrlio" "wore
(cohdent of BnccesBin-1865, (becauto hr
leior tne uomocratto patty to dcarfairly
come CO,OCH majority in 1864, bnt - wo
tan at least tcdnco itroneterif.- -Wo wtmt
tp Vfork witb all energy j cotnmenccd whh-
the aetenntnirtion ot titoso"who- Iwtcvcd
tltpy wcre-riKtrt: The - result was - -com.
mcYieuratc ivrth- Dur- nntrapattons.- - n e
educed -tire- majority- of-onr - opponents
from 60,00 to-86,000.- -6ome. -think -we
Ciucht to-hold out tbo-idea -or ntnolule-
uedcss. - 1-only promise- -that -wa niay
succeed.- But-at nny rate- wo- propoe to-
rcduce that-rrrajerity -down to- 10,1)00 - -nt-
the Tery-ltast. - 1 proclntm--that -t-re--ste'rb
thote-States,- -wlirolt -are- -etoludtd-fram
itdnding- -li heavy-mujfily-.i4io4-4m-
Dern agwnsi us in -cms owvo, wniou BOHie
beTe seiHis to think, and-others elsewJiora
ire led to-bdicve, eamiet -ba overcome,
that we will send- frem 7on io eiuht,
and perh(-twelvo Representatives -instead
of two uextfall.- I promise what I
believe, no more. I truly believe it will
be done.- it is important to -oarry . Zur
State ticket for tbo eako of the principles,
liut just-now the-Cfscnlial. thing most
heeded is a majority in the 40th Congress,
i bat the excluded States, may be brought
back again, and- reinstated in all. their
rights uador-tba Conititutbn.j. that. those
gtolcs may shine-again -in. tho- glorious '
gatuxy extoiiding troin tho .Atlantic 4o
the ruciGo--.We.bave proved. tlia .expe
riment ol free government ; or rather wo .
are now battliog for the ostablithmcnt of
free government,. which will standout in
hisfory all the k oro grand for. the ordeal
tli rough which it in piL'smu . It is po'si
bit that tho -North . Amcvicsn. continent.
will in future embrace one but-dred States,
instead .of-. thirteen . original .Colonios -which
founded, this Government. . .The
Democratic party did this,. and I believe
the mission ol that party. is to go. on .to
increase the number .of. those Stales; ;
: Allusion is uiado in the. platform . to
day lo tho dctctminalion of ibe party to
adhere to the organitatiou. - -Why 1 . Bo
causo there are those who. proolaiui. .that
this party. is to pass away... I beg. their
pardon. . It is nut .going ta do anythiug
of the kind.. . The party that, has gone
through the. ordeal that .the Democratic
party has in tho past live yean unbroken
in lis ranks, vill endure, and is bound to
Ilium ph egnin. He spinks as a fool
speaks of disbanding this parly . and
substituting another natno, or yielding a
solitrry principle that our fathers have
recoguiied as fundamental iu our Gov
ernment. It cannot be done. Noed I
point to any better evidence th in tho
sceiicsto have witnessed here to-day f
liut a little while ago, it was at the per
il of the lives of most of us to go to a
CoDveptioo. ; In railroad cars, at, bptes
in tho Btrcets, wo held our lives 'n our
hands,, Heavily armed, representatives
of the Democracy were obliged to eome
htte. ' They had right to renie,-d
t'bey Vindicated that right We nrosub
Jectyd tq pb .conlu'mbly now.' ', It . lS ,bo
loogoT neocsssry for .Dem'opratio ropre
scntatlvrs id oome here prepared tovirtdi
cate their right to meet .:Thero ujinok
no Administration to huthoriie and- per
mit jiriy such proceedings. ' rrovidenco
lias interfered lb' protect this country
from, -tho mad sohemes of, jthoso . who
thought they had tho power in their oww
hands-'-i The loyal press ho4:ai4 Provi
denoehad removed Abraham Lincoln that
he might be replaotd by a man made, of
sterner f'uft k I caaHol; say lo what ex
tent we propose to endorse the President,
who is not of our making. -Wo agree
with bira on tbn great quution iu regard
tulhebringintf baek ol tllosk cxdludcd
Stalest The Domodnrtio party, with an
unselflshn'esB whioh does it honor and will
mako it Btapdifbfeerl'resolvc eordially
and actively to support him 'in his policy
in this rooaVd. It ia brif duty to give
? -...ij., t.. . 'j.:
I mm, not a mere passivo, uuk a uuwuuiu
Ud and aggressive upnort.The Demo.
cratio partv is rronarcd to .ttaod ot lair
rinnn that issun,. I knW it has bton'said
feytewtlfrB-itcmootttw party m iu ioo
... ...;-ii.. t ,;,-, : (( I
-f 'J i: I!.! li.t
-greajflose:'' f''', orodulbs; it Ji
over cohudent.. labheal to tho, facts o;
the lasl'year, 'I 'apticalto tho'iitts of tin
ibe merely to wlint ho hai
' hi lino nrth A ThA
Domocrjitip partj( ttuder8inndprreelf j lh
Prcsideh't pomrrch'eilds his principles. It
iTi.t.J 1.14-ri.J'TJiA.S!' f.'lT. l.t
i naiu ujr, liiu jvppuuficuD puny mm, nif
Presldont'ls -going" rjiflr to tb'ej' Copperf
heads. W no nre the fibpperhetAs F Thei
BTB-the m,onho Amid eontura-ely, amid
clilej.' arWlrilp,r6a'el& showefied upo
tbem, stool last by 'the prinoipfes of the
eonsttttioti! irnd to liberty.- "1
--The merwho Irr Rrino remalnod true
to, the' grarid'otd KepbJbro wheri' tyranny '
was usorp'fn'g' ' the" power, woro copper-!
heads? --The merjliwhd loved' liberty in
-Kurone Tell' in Switierland.' Ilruco io
-SeotinrtiJ','-tthd UaUiptim in England, were'
enppffhearis. Adams and Jcfcrson and
Iht hibn1 Whb boro fhelAmericab flog i
tlie foe' of.ihe "tyrants of Gobrge III.
weft 'erippM-headsi --Mii wo areUhcir ri-'
cabdBsoendatitBJ nl ti'dve no rdspect toi
tlio- bioo w-ho shrink from boihg called
cttpporhcads','-: Ifor msell I am' copporl
hood, and I glory lniitt It isi Identified
w'Khtber contest '61 the Inst Qvof-yenrs fo
tlx) 'rights of tbo Gtates, for libbrty, and
-lor-the -right's o( thb white ifcoplo of
Aih'orictiil It iaun'hitionablo.dpithot.
This is-a fiehrt Eetweeh Ucnublreans and
(-tho1 Demooratio parfyl' The Union nartt
has 'palsseil 'out. 'of 'existence.! fJtcpubli1
oantt will be proonring certiOcafcs in less
than-ten years thtitthey were , (bo origin
aal-oopporlipads -i '1 rh
--We- don't propose to be swallowed up
by tho ProsiUent noi1 the President does
notf"br th'o' Oofiperhdads, Iid has not
-oomt:ove'r Xd the Cipperhoads.r' It would
-bo very gratifying to tho Republicans to
see tuatoppBrhonds united ; but we don
intend to Yako offico from the President
We inteu'd to have all Iho offices' after the
4lb.of Mnrcb, 18C9S. It is the'iright of
tire President,' and Wo accept to it, to seek
men who supported him originally, ancj
put. mem .tow omoe. He oouid gat
nothing by Uppoirjlliig Copperheads t
ouicd. ,,Uur innDort of tun is, the nus
honcs't'that auy party 'over rendered td
any.Pxcaidolbt.'t-'Tho Democrats sustain
Johnson. as partisans as well as - patriots:
but in this support for tl'e President foi
whom we did not vote, we limited our supi
port ta a particular question in, whioh thd
whol-ouutr.ia.,ipt(rcstcd, Hid nporl
which the eaLety'snd interest, of thej
jcohhtry depend. , We render nipt an unl
sclH-th support. . W; not on)y, ask no
offide, but will accept . of none.;, Io the!
present condition of things, 1 , will sign!
no recommendation or any Democrat for
any office. :. The President of this Con
vention and :tlio gentlemen who addressed
this Convention tbia afternoon, r and the
one who bears that odious name which
the buniblo individual who addresses you
bears, will gn as far in the Wbita Uousd
as that of Thaddeus Stevens. ( j
. . A few weeks ago Iho dominant par't
in Congress succeeded, by twp .thirds of
that body, a thing not contemplated id
the Constitution, in passing the Civi
Rights bill ovor the Presidents, veto. f
they doubtless would, have nttompted to
.impeach him not io ythe Constitut'oia
sense of that word, for the House of liopk
reseutativos and Senate.as now constituted
has, no power of itnpcachmeet. Two
.thirds of the wjiolo Senate muit. unite td
remove tho President' iho C.oqstitution
proclaims that the Senate shalj consist of
two. Senators from caph Sta'o , but the
eluvon Southern Slates are unrepresented,
They bad tbo power littlo while ego:
but. failed : to exqreiso it. iicy maj
again get the power, and they aro strugf
gli.ng for.it. ' Wo are first to have an apt
peal to the people of the United State;!
and every moans is being useii in Washj
jngton and olsowhero to succcod in the
next Congressional election., Iu thej
meantime tho Senate is not idjourned. f
And hpn, in December next,, this party
succeeds in carrying the Congressional
cloptions, I proolaiui, that it is the purpose
of ibis so-called Congress to depose (hi
Prcsidont, and place the Chief. Justice of
the United States in his placo. .-, Already
a bill is pending in the House, to bt
brought forward at the proper', time, ti
make the Chief Ju9liee President in cas
of the disability of a Frcsidcut who wa
oriirinallv elected Vke-Presidont. Tht
appeal is first to be rnado lo the poople of
the election, and then willfallow the rest
of the programme, to linpcacu, unconstti.
lutionallyj in other words, to drive Aai
drew Johnsoq from ' his office, ', ,Ths .if
tbo scheme of tho infornal Tliugs in ,tL
sociilled Congress. ' (.' :' ('. i wi j
"If the Dcmooratid party. and th.isiwni
support the president, shall sheqaed Iri
carrying the' Cfngjcssiona elcotions,' lb
oounlrv iB.safo, otherwise, it is lost; Onast
will become. President by notion. of Con-J
gross,1 will bo elected in laut! and. re
elected in 1868, and be" Hueeoeded by roj.
gitinnto dcscendenls as'htfirS to th6,.im
porial Republio of Amorida'.'Uut J.ohbsoa
is not to be driven arlone as be rcmtiins
President. He will rofor all tho acts of
tho so-called Congross ifqthe- fiupromf
Court of the United .Statcs,',injiil .unlesk
tome body puts some of tU motubcrs;. put
of tho way, thoso acts will be pronounoea
unconstitutional, and time will bo gained
for a further nppoal to the peaploi J. be
lieve. the President will not ttppt any
violent measures lo dVivo tliojd mca, Crorn
the Capitol, though I think ha would be
justified in doing so, for they are not k
opnBtitutiopal Congress, . they aro but
'dsurpeft.' 1 Out remedy, however Is iyot a
peaceful one. we accept tna appeal to
the people; but if before its result is
known, or after that; fimo,, they should,
under tho form of Impeachment.1 attempt
to depose tbo President, I say be, would
be justified in bringing the wholsVpower
f the army and navy ot tno Uniteu btates
t - - -ev . .1. -l I , tt ... ,
j .prevent n. rureai Kucors.j uo nas
o;rlchtto-itiMiEOTat(r revolution, but he
ha'",the right,-and-I"bBliev6 ha will exer
cise!!, to trofond -himself In the occupan.
y'T his ofBSff.""'He ' received or constitti
fjaDal mdjMrtyj-warhrwfully elected, and
ni'il Uo-lrtr of "March,-1 869: ,
JouM" TrayTO'lhBjjPrJsidotlt V'Lel
therp povtr;"arrd-let"u maka-our-appeal
to lie penp-tfland Trnrly ir the oonthigen
dy'bf their'Trtrrmpting--to- depose ' 'you
from' the'higb offico-in whioh" you repre-scnt!lhirty-livTj-Statrs,
Bnd the fotly-eight
ckiin'lics - designated - as ' West "Virginia,
while th7 only-rcprcsent-two-thirds of
?ie, people,-would 1 adviso resistance.
tjto their -measures,-oxerciso "the legiti
tjiollb fumrttrras-ofyonr offioe, 'accept the
support ut two millions ot nnntst Union
rjieit, and maintain tho Constitution. ;
" I do not thhik there, iamiy Democrat
hefo wbawonld benittrto hrstand by htm,
ff tne attemjn- shou'd be -mado-tr dr'rve
tho president frcm hts-high -olfice.
" pp you wanr-rovolation ? J-know that
tlii Vhunran- -nature in our -bosoms- callB
mora lordly- for-whntis styled Tavengo
I dq'not deny-it myself j and.ithink, you
will 'agree-that I havo cause for it ; but at
(lib' saiuo- tit, y I say, ns ono who loves tho
Constitution and - liberty, as one who
Would seek peace at all times, that I
wcfuld avoid revolution. ' We have eix
rnqmbB in whioh to avert this terrible
eamWlly: . - -
With their defeat, the relat'rvo positions
of the Domocraticsnd Rcpnblican parties
wtfuld bo -reversed, --If there should- be
ofny ' arbitrary arrests,-- we -wouldmake
them, if (hero-should be any martial -law,
we1 would- proclaim it,- if and -Military
Coramissiong were- organized; - we-wpuld
orgnniro -them, -if Camp-Chase were to be
reopened-, Kepublicans-and not Democrats
would pass through its-portals. II any
tod'y wero-to-be-triod by a Military Com
mission, -and - sentenced to-Port Warren,
or sent across the linos-, and into-foreign
Iftiirls, it would not be the gentleman who
addresses vou. i
I desire -peace in this land, as the first
wish of my. Jbcnrt, nnd it la my . duty to
put forth lbj most strenuous cfforla to
secure a majority in tbo House of He pre-
tututcs, ajiu, jr possiuierin.tne xusat Con
' I have said, what wo can do ia Ohio,
and, if other. .States will, do as. well, we
will prevent .'the catrastrophe. . Did men
evhr men come together, in suoh numbers,
and with suoh harmony, a has Ibis Con
vention to day t. JNotjn ten years navel
seen written upon every check, sparkling
in every eye, and beaming on every coun
tenance, the omen of npnrosohing victory,
ro plainly indicated. If wo aro beaten,
it will be our own fault Having accepted
and'borqe the . issues.- of tbo past four
years, we have liCQomo a Macedonian
phalanx, bearing tho whole Union flat; in
our bands, and. proclaiming, 'I3y that
signrwe will conquer". , ,
, W.ben we shall have attained political
power, in. Ohio,, .tho. youngest in this
will not .sea the day, when that power
shall not depart .from. us,. It is net for
the spoils of office, but for the Bake or
principles,, that wo mjintain .the Demo
cratic organization. Had wo been seek
ing the; former, thb history of the past
five years would bo very different from
what it is,, for we would all bavo gone
over and. become recipients of publio pat
ronage.. Why you, Mr. Presidont, might
have been a Major General; aye, with
your fijrnqstnoss and vigor you might
cvpti lisve becoma a LicntenantGcncral ;
and, if you had secured favor in Washing
ton, you ;n!ght bava been, a Putlor, and
stolen a Qiiliton. But I wron you; for if
you had :bccu tho. .bpIq .occupant of the
frnasnry .Departmont, . the publio funds
woqld havo.bccu safo,. Wo .might. havo
owned all the. tanks and handled ull the
Greenbacks.!, .hut as we .did pot, .it docs
not become. pur enemies to .charge us
with impurs fliotiyes.
I tinve nQw.bticfly, .and .without pre
meditation, spoken, .oq soma. .of. the. Bub.-
jcots to which your attention, must be.di-
reoted. MyPira. U. to reach the. Jicad
and hearts of (he people, and .1 propose to
centinuo on tho stump untilviotcry perehes
nppt) our banners . .Chcerp J
Aw Substance for Soling SIiocbj.
,The;o,aii(jI Leather .Reporter' thus
notices a new jnaleriul for, foliqg shoes
Which seems to bo the climax ol improve
mept in ibis department. It appears to
Do a substance, ol wincn inuia-ruuoor is
tlio basis) butiHs heavier, and has a sol
idity almost oTTron," yet a flexibility and
elasticity whlcn" "renders It most perfect
substance "for the purnose lor which ft fs
ottered, it is not at all ot trie vuicaairea
IfuDbcr oKinTelef, tTieiigh' ft appears at a
plan co liko'fbat material. As an article
soles if will undoubledlj outwear four
pair of tht ' best" Hhglisbleathcr." " Tbfs
U'ubstanco is not 'to lake lire" place" of the
erJinary leather sole, but it is to be ap
plied by" peculiar "eemVnt to'flio'bboC or
?hoo, to wirich"n"appcnfs"fo' "adlieVe'per
cQtly. If is' then pared bu" (ho edge, and
fhi work' is'over' " ircols" "arVpiit in the
sanio way." " The" 'in'v'chlof "says a pair of
solos, worn daily, will last one year. It
la patented" and"win"s6o'n Wfri trod deed.
It jhas one rar'o'arid voluablo" diaide'r'aium .
Anv ono'eossassihef an 'ordinary "shoe"-
iqifo, a ia'ndslcnelb'sh'a'rpinll," a Box of
(.cnieqr, anu a lew pounus vi uuoiuuuu,
an set up a shoe' shop and" the" tegular
tirade can make it a most prdfllablobranob
of industry. " '.
.'...rf'i s; v a ... ,.' -PItESEttVED."
Uonr a Farmer may Lose Money
.By not taking bis county paper. ,
Keeping no account of farm operations,
i Paying' no. attention ,to the maxim, "A
stitch in time saves nine," in regard to
the sowing of graip'and planting seed at
the proper time. 1 . ; "
-r Leavlog'rcapers, plows, cultivators, &e,
unsheltered from rain and the heat of the
sun. More money is lost in this way,' an.-'
.nuallythan most persons 'would be wih
mig io neiieve.
Permitting broken Inslmmocts to be
scattered over thd farrii until thoy are ir
reparable. ' By repairing broken imple
ments and tools at tho proper time many
dollars woul 1 bo saved a proof of the
assertion that tixne la' mninoy." '
' ' Attend;ng auction sales, and purchas
ing all kinds 'bf trumpery, beoause, in
the words of the vendor, the articles are
"very cheap." ,
Allowing broken fences to remain un
repaired until "strange" cattle are found
grating in tho meadow, grain eld,'or
browsing tho fruit trees.
' Disbelieving tbo principle of a rotation
of crop?, belure making a Biug'.e experi
ment.' ' - ': ";' ;
Planting fruit tretiB with the expecta
tion of having fruit, without giving the
trees half the attention required to make
' ' Practicing economy by depriving stock
of proper shelter during tbo winter, and
teeding them unsound tood, suob as ball
rotten corn,' mouldy hay, &o.
' Keeping an innumerable tribe of rats
on the premises, and two or three" large,
laxy dogsi who never inoleBt the vermin. :
- - Spending rainy days in"gr3ccries dnd
barroom's; instead of being at homo put
ting things to rifcbts, while ybu have
-leisure. '' -' :' " "
' Reader if 'any of the forcgoirig biuts
are applicable to yourself, we hope their
perusal -will benefit, instead of offending
you.- '''Whatever is worth doing at all is
worth doing well," should be the farmer's
motto. ' ' ;
The Campaign. "
' In a long artielo under the abo've head
ing, the Columbus Journal of this morn
ing says :",". . . . , . ,
, :,."Coppcrbca5a and traitors f Democrats
and 'Johnson men everywhere declare
that "the bo called States are in the Un
ion as States, and us such are entitled to
all the rights, and possess all the powers,
ot the other btates.
Qn this question it is understood the
President agrees with the copperheads
This is tho admission that tho Demo
crats and Johnson men nro strictly tbe
Union men, and that they are loyal, ac
cording to the definition of loyalty laid
down by the Journal aid its party and
that tboir opponents, of which tho Journ
al is tbe State organ, are disunionists and
disloyal. Lot it be reoorded I" Zones
SO. The other night, at one of the ho
tels in a city, a oonvivially disposed gen
tleman, retiring late, walked independ
cntly and somewhat noisily up the stairs
and along the corridor to bis room. "Why
what a noise you make," said his wilo,
who "heard with some nnxio'.y the heavy
tread of his boots, '-how .heavily you
walk I" "Well, my dear," was the gruff
roply,"if you can get a barrel ol whiskey
up stairs with any less noise, I should like
to see you do it."
fctn. He who calls the Republican par
ty a t'nt'on Party is a liar, and tho truth
is not in him. Ho who calls Thad Ste
vens or any of his followers, a' patriot, is
himself a traitor. LaCrotte Democrat.
It is a blessed thing for a poor
man to have a contented, loving wife
one who will not wish to live in a style
beyond her husband's in cone, just bo.
cause her next door neighbor docs one
who can bo bappy in the lovo of her hus
band, her homo, and its smiles or its favor.
. 83u Tbe Obstruotlonists havo now
turned to abusing 8eorctary Saward. The
great Ropubliean leader cannot longer er.
cape their vituperation. Ingersoll de
nounced him. on the floor of Congress as
an "apostate," and declared that ha had
'no more confidence in him than in Johnson-
both are traitors."
-, 86T' A little boy had a wooden horse,
and in course of time his tail, cars and
legs gO knocked off, and the toy present-ad-rather
a ragged appeiranoe. One day
he says i : - ,' 1
"God sees everything don't ha mother?"
"Yos, my ehild."" :
"Well, I guess he'll laugh when he
sees this horse 1"
tgj-Au Afrioanj who, according to the
theory of, the Abolitionists, should have
the right to vote, was reocntly a witness
iu case, ' in Iadiana, under the Civil
Righls Bill. The' following ii la extriot
from his testimony r!." ";' i
" By the Court "Ware you born' In the
United States f" ':''.,' ' I
' Withess "No sah.'! ' '
-By the Court-r'Ware you born in
AmerleaT', " 'I
.Witnei-''jro ih.',' . ".'
- By the court "Where were'you born?"
- Witness "Iu Henderson, Kentucky,
Farmera, Ratio Your Calves.
Notwithstanding tbe high price of
meats, biah compared with grain, cur
markets are full of veal, the meat of
slaugh tared calves. . Many farmers are
induced by good prices to sell their beet
calves, just as they ought to depend upon
for the renewal of their herds. ' Just at
tbe present time, while cattle are dying
by the thousands of "rinderpest" in Eu
rope, when Jing:isbmaa will go to Aus
tria, slaughter au ex and send the meat
packed in ioe to be sold in London mar
kets, it is not good economy to slaughter
or "decor" calves.
England has paid well in late years for
our butter and cheese, she will want all
we can spare. If her cattle continue to bo
decimated by tbo "rinderpest," England
must draw her supplies of salt meats
largely irom the United States, for,
mind you, the continent has not many
cattle to spare for the millions on the
British Islands. ' .' 1 ,
Consider also the thousands of cat
tle destroyed (for many cf them were not
used at all) on our side of the big water
duiing our years of war, weeny that iu
view of these fuots, it is not good econo
my to send calves to ba slangbte'ed.
Don't do it Prairie Farmer. ; . '
t& A letter from non. Alexander H.
Stephens, dated Crawfordsville, May 15,
says j. '--'
' "I found all things in Washington, up
on the whole, in as good condition, if not
better, thin J expected. I have not,
from the beginning, koked for anything
from this Congress. My only hope for
the country is in the next fall oleotions at
the North. Should the President's poli
cy be sustained in these, all may be well.
If not, to me the prospect of tho future of
this country, both JNorlli and South, ts
gloomy indeed. 1 But from what I saw
and heard at Washington, my hopes for a
ohange next fall were greatly stimulated,
I am still hopeful in this view, but l.ir
froni being sanguine. Constitutional lib
erty will, in my opinion, in a great meas
ure depend upon the result.
' ; An Iaisn Coiirr.iMF.NT. When But.
ter, the "Beast," was about to take his
leave' or- Now Orleans, quite a crowd
gathered to bid him good-bye. One
Irish woman handed ber baby tor a kiss,
and taking the General by the hand, ad
dressed him : ' "
"Goejd bye, General ; I'll say this for
ye's that yo's never stole anything from
me. Good byo, General."
8- The Carrollton, III., Democrat in
answering a correspondent as to the mean
ing of "loyalty," remarks :
"Loyalty at this time is a word hard to
define We bavo no doubt if yon believe
in Fred Douglass, the new Constitution
of Missouri, and wish Andy Johnson as
sassinated, you will pas3."
That's pure "loyalty" -the genuino
article, and no mistake.
V3 It is said that the hair, if rolled
up in the New York Tribuoe, puts on it
at once a very crinkly curl j and if one of
btevens fipeecbcB be used, it assumes a
crisp inslantcr. Let some of our readers
experiment, and leport resul'a.
t&. The aro two reasons why you
should not interrupt an editor when he is
writing. One is, that it is apt to put
him out, and the other is, you might get
put out yourself.
Platform of Ohio Democracy.
1. Resolved, That the Dcmooraoy of
Ohio will adhere, in tbe present and tbe
future as in the past, with unfaltering
fidelity and firmness to the organization
of the Demooralio party, aud lo its an
cient nnd well settled principle, as enun
ciated by Thomas "Joffcrson, the great
Apostle of Amerioan Dcmooraoy, and as
acknowledged and acoepted by the party
from the foundation of tho Government;
and especially of equal taxation, and of
representation of all States subjeet to tax
ation. 2. Reiohed, That the one great ques
tion of the day Is the immediate and un
oondi'ional restoration of all the States to
the excroise of their rights within tbe
Federal' Union, under the Constitution,
and that we will cordially and actively sup
port Andrew Johnson as President of the
United States in all neoessary and proper
means to carry out the policy as directed
to that end, and especially in securing
immediate representation in tba Senate
and House of Representatives to the elev
en States from which ft is now unconsti
tutionally and arbitrarily withheld, unless
on the degrading condition of inferiority
in the Union, and of negro political and
civil equality enforced by tba Federal
8. Resohed, That this purpose ah ova
set forth wa will cordially cooperate in
publin meetings, conventions and at tbe
polls with all men, without referenoa to
past party positions, who honestly and by
their aols and votes as well as by their
professions, support the President in his
policy of restoration as now,, declared. . ,
gay We have a Scholarship in Calkin, Grlffln
A Co.'s celebrated Union Commercial College.
air Oberlla, which can be onght at a bargain.
JtalM Adrerthlnf Mvanttdt
0 a q uar , ono wk 1,0(1
Each subsequent lnertien, ltt tJiaa ' .
three months, - ., '; '. ' , (Q
One equtre, three nontha, ctn;eai)U "'
at pleasure, - - a ' 6,00
pleasure, . T t fit '
Yearly advertisements three iquarei - .
one year, ... . . 21 fit
fearly adrertieeoesti foyriqnaret 1 .
' : ' - ;j "26,0d '
Business ords, sli lines o less, oi
year,. - - - . Jto
Administratore'.Bxecutorl'ano' Ouai .
. diana' Noticti, ,t'i iK:''i,lO
Probate Notices, . ... '.
aVHEdito'ial and local Notloet, per '
line, - . - , - ' ' )
tST AdTerllBemen's. tttied, 'it Mtcrted
aoderthehead of SpeeilNoticn,and Ponb'
la Column advertisements, will be chaiged
S 0 per cent, a) addition to the abort.
A BE you elok, feeble and complaining ! '
J Are you out of order with your -system'
deranged and your, feelings uaoomfoit labia
These symptoms are often ih. prelude to se
rious illness. Some fit of sickness is creeping
upon you; and should be averted by a timely
uscsf the right rejnedy,. Take Aoer't j'ilta,
ada cleanse sut the disordered lienors pari
fy the blood, and let the fluids move oa un
obstructed in 4iealth again. They stimulate
tne functions ol uio body into vigorous aetlv-'
ity, furify the system from the obstructions!
that make disease. A edd settles somnbtre
in the bodveud deranges its natural inne
tions. Tfreee, if not relieved, react nroa
themselves and tht surrounding orpinspro
ducing general aggravation. suHertng an4d
rar.gcinent. t While in this oondilion, take
Ayer's Pills, and sat. how directly they re
sl ore the natural aclion of tne system, and
with it the buoyant feeling of health agait.
What is true and eo apparent In Ibis trivial
and common complaint is also true in many
of the deep seated and dangerous distempers.
Tbe same purgative tficot txpels them,..
Caused by similar obstructions and derange
ments or int natural, functions er His body.;
thoy are rapidly and many of them snrefv'
cured by the same means. Nout who know
the true virtue of these Pills will neglect W
employ them when suffering from Iht disor
ders they cure, such as Headache, Foul Stom
ach, Dysentery; Billons complaints; Iniiges-'
Hon, Derangement of the Liver, Costiveness
Constipation, Heartburn, Rheumatibm, Drop
sy, Worms and Suppression, when taken in
large doses.. ' ..,) .- n!
They sre Sugar Coated, to that
the most sensitive ban take thenf
easily, and they are surely the
best purgativj medicine yet diK
covered. " ' '
: .... i
Ayer's Aguo Cure, .,.
For the tpcetli and certain Cure of 'fa
termittrnt Fener, or Chilli and Fever1.
. Remittent Fiver, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Uiadaclie or BtViotif
. Headache, and BUiout Feven indeed
for the tclmle elatt of ditecuei origina
ting in Uliary derangement, caused bjf
. the malaria of miatmatie countriei. t
This remedy has rarely failed to .curt the
severest cases of Chills and Fever, and H hat
this great adrantagt over other Ague tnedi.
cincs, that it subduea the complaint without
injury to to the patient, It eontains no qui
n at or other deleterious substance, nor dote
itprot'uce quinism or any injurious effect
whatever. Shaking brother of Ibe army and.
the west, try it and you will endorse tatse
Prepared by J. C. AVER & CO., Lowell,
Mass., and sold by
Potter, Pancost & Son, and S. fL
Squirk, Ashland, J. Kinhinoer ft Co.,
HaycBville, H. 8. Etockmaic, London
villa, J. McUutcuen, Savannah, and by"
Dealers everywhere. (2m47)
T. H. Bakxr, m. d.,
W. S. Buttles, At D.,
I. 9. BAnvoaalnrin.
BAKER, BATTLES & CO., BANKERS.
ASHLAND, 0., April S, IBM.
TTb have this dnv opened an Office on Maf
Street, In Bunnell's Now biiildlnp, for the trans
action of a general Banking Buelaeaa, We re
ceive money on deposit, pay interest on time
deposits, bny and sell Eastern Drafte and Gov
ernment Bonds, purchase Gold and Silver at
highest rates, innke Collections at all accessi
ble points in tbe United States and Cauadu, and
discount approved paper Revenue. Stampa for
Sale. A discount ol' two and one h Uf per teak
allowed ou purchases of twenty dollars and uo
BAKER, BATTLES C0
' , ,-n,i
WE BEFEIl TO '
J. H. MoCOMBS, Esq., Ashland, Ohkfc
ISAAC GATES, Esq.,
T. C. BUSHNELL, Esq., " ('
J. D. JONES, Esq.,
J. W. SMITH, Esq, "
J. C. LARWILL, Esq., Loudonvilla 0.
0. 8. DEYARMAN, Esq., ' '
Mr. ABRAHAM PLANK, Lake Tp. ' '
ELDER M. WORKMAN, WooslerV 0.
MERCHANTS ft BANKERS,
8TRAHaE, BUT TEUB. '
Every yung lady and gentleman U tie
United Sia'esoan hear something very muck
to their advantage by return mall (fret of
charge), by addressing tht undersigned.
Those having fears of being humbugged will
oblige by not noticing this oard. - AU ethtra
will please address their obedient servant,
THOS. P. CHAPMAN,
(ly38) 821 Broadway, Hew fork.'
NE1T HAVEN, CONN. .- .-.
Cash Capital, -$800,000
TUB SECURITY INSURANCE COMPAttY
of New York City. ' '
CAn CAPITA L, - . '.' tOO.OOO.
NEW FORK ACCIDENTAL IN$. COMPT.
No. 141 Broadway, Ntw Fork, for laser.
ng against ACCIDENTS OP AL1 KINDS.
CASH CAPITAL, - ;p - $260,000,
The MORRIS PIRE AND INTANfl 1KB. Ot
. - MX 81 Pine Street, Hew Tork. . .
Authorized Capital, - $5,000,000.'
J. D.J0NE3, Agent, Asklji4, 0. ,
, : N O T! C JFvrt, ..-.-1
NOTICE la hereby given (net the under
signed has been duly appointed Admin,
istrator of the Esta;e of Mathtw Keightley,
late of Mifflin tswqship, Ashland Ceunty, 0
June 0,1 8064 w52
. - -...... . .uvuvm .H M' JbSlUIW.
arc requested to Di ke immediatt payment,
and thoae hailag ololms against the same
will present 'hem to the undersigned for al
ltwanot. i - i ;-.! . - ' vi P. ii
1 R 111 n.r.nn. Iw. ,1.. V.J. 1 A
For Sali. -A desirable residence oa"
Cottage Street can ba bought eheap, lor
full particulars, oall at thU' ofliee1, or five'
doors North of the Catholic Chn.rohGast
sidt Cottage street. , " .: . .',.!. ; ' ...' J,
' ter Buy the btitt. Bny the Singer -Sewing
1.1 V 1)1 v:-"'-'-'i