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THE ASHLAND UNION
. tHtW itim wioaiaoAT bt .: .
Qlfloe -Opposite the Bank, Vp-Stairi-
. Mall Suftorlbeftiit Uvadc, $ V2,6)
'f not paid within six months 8,00
After the year has. expired 8, BO
rrearages are paid, exooptat oar option.
'fXHE UNION, : IT MUST
.SIXAXXi BE lK36:SEIlVKJp.
ASHLANI)OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1866.
GEO W. OEDDES. Common PI...:
NO AW). Probate .Imf.-.-; . i
i-Wtyi om. ITs fc DUt. C'rt
LIT, Pifl -ecfitlng Attorney.
ISAAC GATES. Auditor.
JOHN O. BROWN, (sheriff.
JOHN KEENE, Barreypr, ,., ) '
IHRRAT. MARKLR l!mn..i .
JOHN VAN NEST, ""lOommlsiioier
HENRY WICKi,. )
JAMESf -litcAULL,:''! :";V"
ITSi 1-Hrm.ry DlrcoIo,B.
WM. Q?JJ0BN, .j AjhUvnii;, ,
B. M. BAMPpELI, ,.. ; ,.
KI-H8 FAJClEI(T,EIl, 8avanaa1,
. ... ,
J. 0. JaNKiKojCashler n. LotUxn, Pr'
OF ASHLAND. OHIO.
T'"t rnir4ii.:i'' -i '.I:';'
irCLBERT LCTHEE;.!: '. Q, H. TOPriNO,
CKALL, J. 0. JENNINGS
JAMB PUBDy,ul . -,
Do exelnairely aBnnking buslnee . Bay and
on Eastern axcurMgeaua voln; Discount up-
- JJgT'Sflll-toeVenne and foatage Siamp
In , I r r
OPP03ITE the MoNultj House, Ashland, 0.
Al. Millie, Proprldier.' Good aooommoda
lloni and reasonable bills, patronage eo
lieluoUit Vc -j'vv. ,'i .'(?:. ',v
WM, MoNULTV, Proprietor. Pouch Side
MMu,8a9. Ahla(l Ohio i .;.,
Eaoh aubaequent Inaertlon
- uiiq. montui.
Oneaquar., thre.monthe, eh.nge.bl. 71
pUaaure. t , . , I tfi9
f,?",Uonlhi,hage.bbilV, 5 '3
plea.ure, . .9-U fii
laarly adrertlaemenlf re aauarti ,
reajfly adTertiaementa fooraquaret
BBarne..eard..llH,, ... !.
year; ...- ,,2 .
Adminlatrlo.,B...-i-.-.j a iWu""
, line, ' - . v . C-"
' IS AdTerlisemenle L.ail.il
anderthehead ef SpeoialNotioea, and Daub.
leUUmn dWrti.menir,wIH be haifea1 1
60 per oent. nt additbn to the abora
jvnjr kf. Joaes.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Athland, 6;. Parlio
ular1 attention'. paid to Collecting and bu
sinosa in Probaio Court. Office on Church
street, between Main aud Sandusky.
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T. J. Mftffl 1 f;'I n.M.,Cui.Li
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ashland, 0.; Office
on Church $-eeh in thebrick building im
mediately Neiof Caiin a Store, i
AITofeNfi? Ut LAW i pOb ovoriWallaok
& Andrew. Shoe Store, Mam Direct, Ash
land, Ohio.'. Also authorised by the Cot.
eminent io'proeure' Pension Certificates
and ry.ollevt Uoym.v andCaok ray.' .
ATTORNB f add Counsellor at Law, Ashland
Ohlo;'l.OHioe In'.ihe Eiiok building OTer
Singer a Hardware cure
iii,i!iu f,- 8. 'SEE, .
ATTOf.ljtEY. AT LAW,; F1BE AND LE
Iruranoe'Aget and, Notary Public Par
ticular attention paid to eollcoling. Probate
business, 'Partition oaces anr. Exocution of
Deods, MoYigtijes and Controls, Office in
Miller's Bloel-, Second glory, Main Street,
opposite ttio Town llall, Ashland, U.
De i. i..cuAye,
OFFISJ)hl)o West- of ftqulre'a Dm
Store, Up Siaii i. Eesldence Corner of con
tre ys.yetpn Stxce'.i, bhland, Q.
ueo. jr. hill: Jin....
PnYSrctAN '& SUrGEpN, Ish'ianU Ohio:
rarlioulir attonl on will bo paid to th
treatneit attbe Csllowiug Ipeoial dltcosesi
Dysel4Mk4istMe ef tu Liver, the Kid
neya. Seroiula and bpithol'al Cjooors,.
PHYSItJfp.&.ISUftQEON,' 'ABhland' 6hlo'
Otnce,oV Jfughes s Hijclier ) (Store, op
poaif,tlif I0.WB i'all,.. , ,, ! ,. , .
tr .tti.i,''e'l"l' l-n ' T a, titram.'
Bare JstoolaFuf'tlfenWtlves" together for 'the
praoijco'bf'lihetUolnB and surgery ,in Hayes
tille afeJ Vicibity.'1 Sptolal attention devotod
to thetrfatni'ftiliti'fChrohio Dlseasesi -08100
NortS-stroelf Ibrmer'ly ooinplci by Dr. Yo
B. P'" -u iSi Ji.Xmi::,
JE WEUEft wnd flHret Smith,
uotorwaaieei ruavna a euoioe-vsriely
of ieltelryf'kept "eo-nstotvlly on hand.1
High Tmc ra ror old Qold and Silrer.
Repairing done to order, on reasonable
twin -g3fBBiicnTj7 jprnrrame.1" j
A Ointleman who suffered for yea s from
Nero sUUty, PrBoiitnre'.deoay, nd,.aU
the etflof jisutbTiindlaoretion, wilt, for
me iuwSiniunftj)iij,.sentt Jrce to.alj,who
need U th cepipa au( ilireoloafoxniaaina
thesinjibXrwedj ly whioh he was oured
Suffereia wishing to profit by the advertisor'i
experMAOJei,a(' M by addreasing , ,
.(eawrf, iV',,;J0W B, OGDEfT. ,,
dt iih i it .r. 1 i
NOtWBib'hefclr;.tHV tint the Partneraliln
bell, bus, ljndiiwilvcd bv j)1u.lul,cof icnt,
tea lnh'w.fl I!1.',," , I!;., -I.
All persona Indebted to the above flrui, are
liiu uei eiia.vi iu win niuao SOIUCIUOJU,
t ,.' . ' ;a C' CAMPBELL.! ,i
Junel8-fqjtff ojjAtJ;i .veil
,Y .H qiii, O'J ,il JiintAK-dll. ,7
VISIT OP THE 'PHILADEL
PHIA. UOflVUNTION COM.
"MJXf'EE XO THE Pit ESI
hon' reverdTjohnson's ad
. lite Prcfeltlcnrg Renly.
WaSiiingioj, Angnst 18. About 1
Q dock the ootiimittee,' headed by a band
of muBio, reaohed tho White Houbo.
They were ooniluoted into thor aat room
by olarahafGoodinp, and in arranged as
to form a circle. ' Tho delegates to the
Convention wore then ursliored in, and
took QDOsitinn in rnfir nf tlm f1nmn,;iiAA
President Johnson soon appeared, accom
panied oy Dcotetary MoUulloob, Welles
and BrowninK, and Postmastor General
Randall. Hon., Reverdy Johnson then
advanced and said : .
Mr. President We arc beforo you as a
I !n. . J ,1 T . . -
vuuimuicooi ciio jNationnl Union (Jonvcn
tion which mot in Philadelnhia nn Thpb
day, tho 14th instant, oharned with the
auty ot presenting you with an authonti
cal copy of tho procsodings.
iuiu;u piuoing n in your Hands, you
will permit us to congratulate you that in
tho object for which tho Convention was
called, in the enthusiasm with whioh ev
ery Stato and Territory responded to tho
oall, in the unbroken harmony of its do-
iiuuiuuuos, in mo unanimity with which
the principles it has deolared worn ndnnt.
cd, and more especially in the patriotic
Constitutional oharaoter of tho principles
themselves Wo aro oonBdent that m
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auu ius uaaniry win nna gratifying and
oboering ovidenee that there exists among
us uuuus .eminent Klncli mmloi'a nn
cttnj uuu i-uuijneio resturuuon ot .the
Union, as estabhbhed by the Constitution.
certain and inevitable.
Party faction, scckincr the continuanon
of its misrule, may roomentaiily delay it,
but the principles of nolilical libortv. lor
which vurlatheis aueecsnfully contended,
and to tccuro which llicy adopted the
Constitution, aro so glaringly inconsistent
wiiii ti;o coruilion in which tho cotiotiy
lias been plaoed by such 'iulo, that it
wilf not.be pei'ttitttd a muuit longer dur
ation. ,,vWe wihr Mr. President, you
could havo witnessed thp, spirit of con
cordant, 'brotherly affections which was
maiiiclcd by every member, of tpa Cop
nenlion. - " fy '- - c .
- Great as your corfidenoe over has been
in Hid int(!lligeneo arid patriotism of your
fellow citissens io ihoir deep .devotiou to
tbo Uuian, and in their present determin
ation io rcinsiate rod muinlaio It, that
confidenoo would bav become a positive
conviction if you could havo seen and
heard all that was dono and snid on the
occasion. Lvery heart was evidontly full
of joy j eveiy ejo beamed with patriotic
auininlion : des-nondency save place I to
tho assuranco that our late dicadlul strife
wasendod, and lhat the blissful reign of
peace, not under the niotection ot arms,
but of the Constitution and' laws, would
hrvo sway, and bo in every . part .of our
land c'-crfiilly acknowledged, and in pop
fect 'OQtf l'ailh, obeyed. 71 -'v ' f " .,
to any sale for1 popularity at the expense
ot puoiio good, in the measure which
you have adopted for the restoration of
the Union, the convention paw only a
continuanoe of the policy which, for the
samo purpose, was inaugurated by your
immediate predecessor, bis re-eleotion by
the people after that policy had been ful
ly indicated, and had been made one of
issues of the contest. Those of his po
litical friends who are now .assailing you
for sternly pursuing it, are forgetful or
regardlesi of the opinions which their
support of his re-oleotion neocssarily in:
voivea, peing upon the same ticket with
the lamented publio servant, whose foul
assassinations touohed the heart of the
civilized world with grief and horror,
You had been false if you had not en
deavored to carry out the same polioy,
and judged now by tho opposite ono
which Congress has pursued, its wisdom
and patriotism aro vindicated by the faot
that Congress has but conlinnoaa broken
Union by keeping ton of tbo States in
which at ono timo, tho Insmrection exist
ed, as far as they could accomplish it, in
the condition of subjugated provinces, de
nying to them the rljht to be represented
while subjecting their people to ev'erv
speoies ol legislation, inoluding that ofi
taxation. lhat suoh a state of things is
at war with the very genius of our Gov
ernment, inconsistent with every idea of
political freedom and most perilous to the
safety of tho country, do refloctin? man
oan fail to beliovo. We hope, sir. that
tno proceedings ot tho Convention
al Grant, wbo stood at his right,) while
they have won lanrols imperishable there
are still greater and more important du
ties to perform, and while we bavo had
their, co-operation in the field, we now
need tnoir support in Mr enorls to per
petuate peaoe. (Loud oheers.) . " 1
Fin for AS tllA tiPfttftiffA TlAn.Win.nl,
Government is couc-emed. the effort
has been made to restore the Union, to
noat toe Dreecrj, to poor oil into (he
wounds whioh were oonsoquenf upon the
struggle j and, to speak in common phrase
to prepare, as the learned and w!bo phy.
sioian would, a plastof healing in oharao
ter and ooextensive with the wound.
(Loud cheers.l .We thought, and yet
think, that we had partially snocooded ;
but as the work progressed, as reconcilia
tion, seemed to be taking place and the
country becoming united, we found a dis
turbing and marring clement opposed to
us. ; -
..; In alluding lo that element, I shall go
no further than did your Convention and
tho distinguished Kontlemao who has da.
livevcd lo me the report of its ni oceedin wa
I shall make no rofcronce to it that I do
not believo tho times and tho occasion
justify. Wo havo witnessed in ore de
partment of the Government, every effort,
will tell you. Daring to stand by the
uuuBuiuuoo or our latnors. (Ubeers.; ;
The President here approached the spot
where Senator Joho?on was standing, and
said: .; . ... -. v-. r
r consider the PNfiQediDtra of this Con
vention, sir, as more important than those
or any convention that ever assembled in
tho United States. Great applause.
When I look with mv mind's eva nnnn
that collection of citizens, coming togeth
er voluntarily and sitting in council with
ideas, with principles and views commen
surate with all the States and coextensive
with the whole people,' and contrast it
with tho oolleotion of gentlemen wbo are
trying to destroy the country, I rogard it
. uiuro imporiani man any convention
lhat sat, at least since 1787. Loud oheers
I think I may say, also, the declarations
that were there made are enual wiih ih.
Declaration of Independencp itself, and I
here to-day pronounce it a seoond Decla
ration oMndependcnoe. ("Cries of f'Glori.
ous," and the most enthusiastic and pro
i j i
Your address and declarations are not'i
ing more or less than a reaffirmation of
tho Constitution of tho United States.
ri . . ... . . . '
luneaor uoocl' ana oueera. Yen, I
lWerei' 1 PWeB- l.h,' rTeT3t?ratin?f "iH go further, and say that ihedeplw-
L7. , l. ' Tl uu' "0DS yu ftav8 ,na(le' '"a' the pr no p eg
bave seen hanmnm. nnnn tho or. nr ii,. I li. ,. "
Goyornmept, as it were a body called, or , second proclamation of emancipation to
wn fin Mfinmnn In ho M,a nnnn,,... .r ,1.. ,, . , n .. ... ...
n 1 o V .' ip v"iftn ' u' lu" PWP'O ot tQe United 8 atos : rtenew-
Unitod States, and. in fact, a Oonsrum of .A .1 r- : A .
r w v. w. u 1 1 V UitlQ PCCU
great truths yOu have laid down a Consli-
cause you to adhere, if possible, with this Congress assume and pretend lo be tutional platform upon which al ,
even greater firmness to the course whioh for tho Union, when ita ... .1 'l! 1 .m.Bpn, l? a" 1
von are nuwninr-. hv .ii.fci . 11,.. ..1. .'.:.. i V:! Z , " r , vumu,uu ..muwJ .BDU laa WR
,1 , "'..T' 1 " - " ipomai uiounion, ana ine restoration of the States 1
the people are with you, and that the make a disrnption tf the States inevita. I erration of the Government
Wish which lies nearest thn ti,rl i. il,ni 1,1. In.r.n r -i- .- ","",u" ul luo uovernmept,
At the Conclusion of the President'
remarks, three cheers were enthusiastical
ly given tor Andrew Johnson, and three
xorueneiai urant. The president and
Gen. Grant then retirened arm in arm,
and the Commute and the audience oom
menoeed to dispereo., ,. . ,
and the pies
promoting vecnneihntinn I ar tr. .Ani:n.M i
. I it. . . . 1 ...wuvw iv faiij UUCDIIUUB, WU1UU OHIV IS
and barmonv. Its Wialnlinn tin. 1,1.. -r7i. .Lj r. 1
earliest moment be attained, and a com- leu of the character of :penaUies,a ia- Z 7CZlZZ2Z U'
pletionof that result can onlv l,a .m. linn .n,l 'mi.7. I. " i . VI nses a ?" F.y considerations or
Li- , j . ., . "'"".".. mo nnuences. trinanf"ljnnii.".nr1.l,ar.
Elin m.nflllVfta Uhli.h vnn ... Mnw. .nil C J . . I 1. 1
-. . ! u, vvu.oo .uu i ui una uuDurimcnc 01 I I n morn...;. Ik TT-.-4.4 O.-i-
oursuins: end in tho d n n nf !,. ih n..ni : " . V" o"
duties which theso measures involve, wo The humble ind'vidual who is now ad
as did every member of tho Convention, dressing yon stands as the representative
uiiuiu iui uuiBuivea muiviuuai v render or anouicr aonartmRnt nf tho imnn..i
The Hon." H. J. Raymond, a Union
membor of Congress frqaa New York, and
editor of tbe Times, makes the following
pejlineotjntiairies and briefly states' the
difference botween Congress and the
President, whioh we e&pecially recom
mend to the attention of ''the boys in
blue" who foosht for the Uuion : .
"What step of aov kind his flnnr,
taken in the ditection of restoration.? It
resist the application of President John.
sou's prinoiples j to what other principles
has it given effect f It asserts that the
States whioh Grant. Sherman. Sheridan
and Thomas restored to the Union ire
really still out of the Union ; has it pas
sed any measure dealing with them as
territories ! Has it thrown into the form
of law any one of the purposes' which its
leaders have avowed, or given anv sizn
of carrying out what is represented as its
will f Has it enacted the punishment of
the Southern people ? Has it provided
for the confiscation of Southern property J
Has it conferred npon the atm the ri"ht
of suffrage I These are all Radical ideas.
all perls of the sreat Radical nlan.
i-rli ! nli mamlAa .P , 1. n TT ' . ,
.,1., P. , "" VI HID UUUBt) Will OH
wish which lies nearest the hearts is lhat ble Instead of
a pcrlect rcstoraitoa of tho Union at. the
that now require to be free : lhat have the
shackles upon their limds, and bound as
ngidiy as though they were in fact in
si .very f j repeat, tben, your declaration
You would not havo doubted that tho
recurrence of clangorous domestic iosur
lection iu tho Itituio is not to ' bo appro-
bended. . Jf you could have seen. Sir.
the men of ilassacbusttts and South Car
olina coming into tbf? Convention on the
first pay of its meeting, hand in hand
amidst' tho rapturous applause, of the
whole body, awakened by heartfelt erati
ficntion at tho event, filling the 'eyes of
thousands with teals of joy, which they
neither could npr doiired to suppress, you
would have felt as ovoiy person present
icii. tunc tne time nau arrived when all
sectional and other perilous dissensions
had ceased, and tbal nothing would be
heard in tho futuio but tho voioo of bar
monv, proclaiming devotion to a common
country, of a' pride in' being bouod to
gether by a common Union, existed and
protected by forms of Government proved
by experience ;fo'be'emimintly 'fitted - for
the exigencies of either 'W or pcaco.
In tho principles announced by the
Convention, and in the feolins there man
ifested.! we may have every assurano'e that
hairmBy tbixuhoul our pntiro land will
soon prevail. 1 We know that, as id Torm.-'1
cr days, as was eloquently deolared b
.if.vvoivi, iug uuiiuii iu,ibi gutcu sraros-
man, "Massachusetts and South Carolina
went shoulder to" shoulder through the
Revolution, and' -stood, -band in hand.
around the administration of Washington,
and fe)t his Wn great arm lean on them
for support."' 'So will thev in with
like unanimity devotion and power, stand
around your administration,' and 'cadse
yon to feel that yoa 'may also- lean on
In 'the procecdinss, Mr. President
nmuu nu mu m yiuvv in your nanus, you
will fiad that tho Qppyoniioq porformod
the dutv ilDBOFld vurion them.- hvr !;
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itiiuwieuKu ui yuur uuvuiion 10 ma ITnn.
stitution tho tax inioresls of vour nnnn
try n&illustraod by your entiw Presi
dential career of declaring that in you
they rccogmse a chief .maKistiato of tho
nation equal to tno great crisis in whioh
leu vour tut. nuu in iuib uoomrnrim. it
gives us hnmiico'pleaaure to add,' wo are
oonfidont that tho-Convcntion . rmvn hut
spokon the inteuigciHubapatriotifl Bcnti
mont of the country' j evert Inaooossibla
to the law and iofluonocs whioh often con
trol mere partisans, and i governed alone
by an honest opinion "of eonatitiiiinn.i m.
ligations and ritrhta. and of the rlni. nr
looking solely to the true interest: k.ftv
.nj 1 . 11, ' J
umu nuuui (1 vuu uauuu
n,, ..au.j ..j ..r. . .r. Ui , . , , .: 31
... ..u,p,rau hmuiuiilu oi our iue manner in wnion lie was ca led npon is tho seoond nraplamal nn nf .mnin.
cordial and sincere support. With a re- to oecupy that position I shall not allude 'AlSlW
umtca union, nun no not but a free to on this occasion. Suffieoit to sav lhat ..j nff .rZ: " i ":. ".:.,.
man's treadinn or permitted to tread our ha ia hero nnrt.r th il. Z, .u. " v. . . " '. . B'" . u W,U,;D
soil, with Bdn.tr.,rn..l- .i.h . I- .-5 C: r?TT -" TA " Pac"ou caB staa"
tiou's faith pledged forever to a strict oh- he .lakes bis stand "upon tno charter ot our ! "u hat bay to
servance of all, its obligations, with kind- liberties as the great rampart of pivil and vanm!mi nf ih.
nOBU nr.ri liwa noavtirii h nx-a M.nn;i:,. j I. 1 . ..: 1 rt . . r i . . I Y """ "BBt X a Hi
dn waTil YSvedl iZTLVJd SIC as 0t
its sacrifices of lilo.' sad as llipv 1. flvn hold it. ..ini-iid. utnl hnoinrv tivantlAn! I .. J ' . .. - ' . COOVer-
ooon, wui, witn unristian resignation
referred to a Providontial purposo of
ing our beloved country ou a firm and
1....1.1- i...:. . ... . , . ,. . .. ... , nvnwuioff
uumuio uaais, wuioh wiy torever piaoe our couutry ana to make it my cuide. thin T h.. ...
beyonAhe (Enthusiast cheers.), - f, Mr 5eV5 "rft run? iZve
.cuuu ui puru. jineu anuiorever win our l snow it lias peen said, and 1 must be nlaecd in inn Mnh nffi. .hi.h V
Government challenge the admiration and permitted to indulge in the remark tha ZZ flbe Constutbn of l?"?7
receive the respect of the nations of the tho Exeoutive Department of tho .C.n,S.t 1,19 . 00untr
earth, and be in nn d-nr nf w .fcl. m,f h. V.. ..!. 11 MI "OWest to
to impeach our ho, or. Ad nTrit m, th .nZn f isZT"' D,UC,t' W P00
, - . v. MWHnU(()UVU Koumeuiou
sir, in conclusion, to add. that great as is around me here to day lo point to a vota have na.scd thrnn.li Zrv i.iJ r
your solicitude for the restoration of our I ever gave, to a speech fever made, o an .loCman nf a vfl 11 i7n lv m f,m
domestic neaoe. and vour l.hnr tn a ainMn .nt in m, -i,l. J:. i:. .V.T aD ?ldelI?an of a village to the Presidency,
end. wnn f.. .Lu. . Tnfai ... h.. .nVfcZ: Z. r.r.iiL"-.'" ."I V"" ana sarcI. W. Rhould be enough to grat
IL r 7' " .ZT'X-rr'l . Z rr v l" J"DJ 8ua aes- Hy a reasonable ambition. If 1 wa
o u- " uauuu, auu any at. nuHem nas neon exercised. AstomvM,.iri
tempt by an assumed or actual fureign the elements of my nature or tho pursuits I"T " E
r..-VH..vww.H.vu. w uuw j wm. wnu umiu i ! uh.uiui VUkUO liUIILI aal V. M IB llHr na. I fn.... LI. rT 1. 1 1 t
.J k- i. j:.... -:- : .' V UIUMU "" I uauguier ana applause.
.uu uca. ci(jicoii.o nuruB, - win uu uiio- icubivq iu iu onaracter : put l will ssv I vi'iih :t i i .
garded." In this dotermina.ion I nm that having taken my 'stand Zltl a' Li. 1'' "
SrSf " teA'L ft-- ad wfthlS
, . ... ..... "; uu nriv nrnntv mi inn. nrintmnti'.i n..
irom it. (Froloneed mv d;nm.nl iih tb. moh;n.. u.
w a u "r nu huw iMiivllliivl T IU UU
worked by my own hands, with my satiaps
sure you will roceive the unanimous
proval of your fellow oitizens.
Now, as the Chairman of this Commit
ice, ana in oenaii ot luo convention, l
have the honor to present you with an
autnenticatod oopy ot the proceedings.
Language is inadequafp to express tho
emotions and feelings produced by lliij
occasion.. Perhaps I could express moro
uy penniiung suonco io speax, ana you
to infer what I ought to say. I confess
that, notwithstanding tho experience I
have , bad in publio life, the words. I
bavo addressed to me on this occasion!
and this assemblage aro well oaloulated
to, and do, overwhelm mo
Ai I have said, I have not lanjuao-o to
convey adequately, my prcsont foelings
earth to drive me
riaviu- p.aoea myscit upon that broad nd dependents in every town and villape,
platform, 1 have not been awed, dismnv. .j .i... it.. r-..:1 -d:i.i- -nm F ,'
, rf r ,., , - . - - , . , Uu IUVU W1LU UU L.1VH il, -rUIH 11111 Itll.
Whon Mr. Johnson had concluded, tho ea or intimidated by either threats or en- fowintr as an auxiliarv. rlau-hter.l in
. . 1 I AVnnn I- ...1. L.,11 i . 1 .1 I U J I I O IJ www-
resident said : ' c.ui,u.g .Wo nero, in con- Ueotion with all tho other appliances of
Kf- rtt , . n .. .. . I IlinftLinn l It rnh,A, a Bni.il. .1 : I.. n . ....... n-
nir. vnairman ana uentlemcn of the r-"""'" uuuuiuK m,. uovnrnment. 1 eou d havenmnhi m
.T .,T,',,!rip V1 la" ed myself Dictator. Cries of "That'i
the citadel of liberty m danger. (Great true," and "Three cheers for the P.cii
applauso.) I said upon a erovioua ocoa. i
biuu, ana repent it now, that all that was H., .il.,n . j
necessary in the great struggle against ty. bition 'have been to occupy that position
rauny and despotism was, for the Amer- whioh retains all power in the hands of
iv.u rF' . ana nnaerstana the people. Great ohoering. It is upon
Ihoy did hear, and looking on and seeing that I have always relied-it is upon that
Who the contestants were and what. thai r i . ri -j .i..r i.
-, , . , , . , ; I ,0,J ia vviuo "auu liio people
strugglo was about, they determined that w;n Bot disappoint you." And 1 repeat
j . i . . ; . rr---v i urivu mo nom my purpose. urent nn-
i nrociairn nero to anv. n i hin. nn t . r
.Soh.fc Iass isl inoapabli of Restoring
nvo me from my purpose. fGreat
.nJ ntiin !... L,i'..'r...""' .:uo Piause.i l acknowledge bo superior ex-
... ...,....,.,1, 5 , .uureas uiuer ucoasions, HUH my laitll U abiding cent mv find thnaiilhTirnf m. .Tin.
which your eloquent Chairman has just in the great mas. or the people. Vln the t?A ,hl iu J Z fuiuVZ I t '
do vered. Th nrnnnriinM nf ., n- . . n.. il . and the people of the Unitod States.-r
vbntion a. they transpired, ' recurred to clouds seemed io be most iowSg; I, lZZ oTATXZmX
my mind. Seemingly, I partook of the faith: instead of .ivintr w,.v. ,m?1a ..1 the .on? i tr to obe,.aI1 h s.
inspiration that prevailed in the Oonvnn. ihrn, .,h .i.,i,J3. r.V' "a "f maDa. 88 D.CBl 1 companb o with my
tioa.i When I received a dispatch by two saw that all would b7safe 7n the "end - T xlJi .r.tlle othorVln .'VPllt"
of it. distinguished member,onvJing (Cheers I) M el.nmen wo .1 rLrJ9
ugouiiuvu. ui uuutu vjamima inn irlflBfiti. r inn. iirvmnnw enri rldonnt ew. L. I . ? . . t j
obu-aetts. arm in arm. marehW . in nTb., "Z ZZTZZ. ' "J.u DJr. Chairman 1 have said more than I in-
vast assemblage, and thus giving evidence by the many than the one." ; We have '.7.inn.7 .if
foolings of profonnd gratifica
tion to the last resolution,' containing the
endorsement of the Convention, emana
ting spontaneously Irom the great mars
ot tbe people. Loud cheers.
.. I trust and hope that my future action
way be suoh that, yon ' and the Conven
tion may not regret tbo assuranoe of eon-
ndence you bavo exprcssod ot me., runes
. . ... -. ......... .
oi " w e aro sure oi it.' j lioioro separa
ting, my Irtonds, one and all, oommittps
eohstituents has been deemed nra
erable to the President's plan. But the
difference between them is this : The
President's plan, whatever are its defects,
'are piatical j be has applied it piatiealW
and with (rood results : while the Radios!
plan is impracticable, and has amounted
to nothing, expept as an opstruotion.
Will the Ashlaud Tim-.t . please ans
wer the interrogatories and lell the neo-
.i. it . nf ... i.
pie tuac tr elkeh voica tor an tne im
"impracticabfe" projects of Ibe Radicals :
qgaimt the Union an() in favor of the
most ultra ncxvo-equalilv measures advo.
cited by Sloveos and the other traitors t
The Military Eletont In h
Uhe military element was strong in the
Phi'i dclphia Conveiilion. It is thus U
u issue juaue up.M-A
, The Radioal Convention, which con
vened at Wooster on the 16th last., rft
nominate! Martin Welker as the Negro ''
Suffrage, Radical Disunion Candidateafofil
Congress in tbe 14th District.' The issue
is thererore now fairly presented to the
White people of the district whether
they shall be placed npon . equality, with;
negroes or retain their superiority as riy. '
en them by the Creator, . . , n . V .
John B. Young, of Medina county,
the WArte Jfon's Candidate. He ttaii
wins that white nan is" superior to
nigger, and despises the- vjfforte 'of .Uff
ker and the Rump Congress to do what
God ;n his infinite wisdom never design- -ed
degrade the white man to tbe levql
of the negro. The "member from Afri
ca' and his malignant opposition to fte
white oisizens of the eountrv has m.d
bim a "Massa" among the niggers of
Oberlin and the Radioal nigger disaniou-
ims generally in me iiistnot. , Wiggers
are allowed to vote in Oberlin, and Irill
rol up their white eyes and black votes
io oontempt for "the poor white traaV
Walker, if not "culled euss" 6y na
tivity is one by adopiien. His reeofd b '
complete on the subject . The very first
opportunity he bad in Congress to show '
his oontempt for the white population,,
he voted to give the neoro,' ia the Dis
triot of Columbia, the right to vote, whoa w
he well knew that the whole mass of the .
while citizens there had by vote decide)
that negroes should net vote in the Dis
trict oi Columbia. Bui Congreu was al-
mighty in tbe matter, and so tbe negro,
wore made voters equal with white men. "''
and at every eleotion they scent the poll "
at Washington. Thad. Stevens is s Big- c
ger man, and Welke? bad only to 'obey '"
Stevena' "little bell" and vote for negro, , 0a
suffrage, ne oared nothing for tbe cr
anielable right of the vhite people -of-Columbia,
nor does be care for. them ' In 0
this District He has nigger on tbe, '!'
brain. With other members of the Rumn 0 ti
Congress all his epprgy is given to impose a .. .
upon the white man and dignify the ne
gro. Think of these faots, honorable A
wbite men, and beware the day job -get
it. Wayne Co. Democrat. . vi
Pronosnd ImenAnMiita I. lit- ''"I
' XSIX Mill.
Somebody proposes the follnwlno- ia ;
to.,, t . ; . - ' -- .
.I.UI.U w av n ruuaaeipuia cor es- amendments to the Tax Bill : ' '""
ponacnt cl the Now jforlc Timet : w.. t . ' - ii
"Theie was ouolher personal dementi
For klssins s nrettv eirl. If; 1
For kissing a very homely one, 12-4
that was not the less gratifying; that was ' :1'w1MlnB 7 Homely one, 12-4 ', '"
th large number of prominent' genera! hJ T "r", b,UI nhMJV L'!a
officnof the Federal armies during the fo"J " VI "-V. v' tn
Into Wur. Theie was Sttadmon and or ladies kiising one another. 12. 'i ;
who,, soeing him rise iu the Convention, I 9 ,ax is placed at this rate in order ti ,.,
but remembered the terrible, soorohinjr I breaIt DP the eustom altogether, it being
battle-heat of ChickamauTa. wher. St.J. regarded by Our M. C.'s as a niece of in 1
man stood unwavering among the .mo I ttwnaW ebeurdity.' i : , ;&d-ufncj
trusted and valued of tha lientpnanf. nf I ! For fiVAFV flirHtintl I A eaata .......... . .! .1
lbomasl There, was Custer how the For every young mast who bu more n,
nation loves and edores him I the Byn- than ono "girl," be is taxed 6. . , ,
onyrn of dathing gallantry and unfalter- ; For courting in the kitchen, 25 coats;1 3' i
ing fidelity. ' Said Sheridan, ou one of " Courting in the sitting room, 80 eents.
the days before Cold Harbor, 'Custer, I ' Courting in the parlor, $1. ' i . .
wish yon would lake a regiment and olean 1 Courting in a romantio place. 15. and ,
those fellows out.' 'Those follow.' nm 40 eanta fnr ..oh ir.... i,.M.r... 1 - ' "I
a brigade of the enemy a half mile away Seeing a lady home from Church, 25 r-" 9
upon me leu. uupter looked at his cents for each offense ; ',:. .-. l-ml
watch, estimated mentally the - distance, Seeing bey home from the Dime 8oci? ,!
ty, 5 cents, tbe proceeds to be devoted to.; srl;
tbe relief of disabled army Chaplains-, ,
. T?. . 1J 1 . 'in . - - ' - '-
jiw wuy wuu paiuia, ou cents.
For wearing low neck dresses, II. ' -;'',!1
For eaoh ' cnrl on a lady's head aboveY 1
fm, 6 cenU. .-' , ..::.) .-r .-.. v.i
and mounted his horse, saying, '(ieneral,
i. eoaii no aono in twenty minutes.' In
twenty minutes it was done.: That was
Cusleh . Thoro was Rousseau we all re.
member him, the gallant soldier, tho
eauiast pill lot. WDO rode the Union hat.
tie-iine through scores of confiiois. Thei-e
was orawford, a division commander: in
tue Army ot the Potomao from Wilder
ness to Appomattox. There ' was' Mo-
Uowoll, MoUook from first to ast thonrh
t .. .. ... .r.
. I, Th ; -7 i Tm- OH baohelors over thirty are taxed 10r iq
on Q the van ofitsarm.es, and holding 0Tfl. fortv-. g20: over fift JSO.nnd'Jm! it
For any unfair device for eatrwitiac.iii i'd
young men into matrimony, f 5. ';,,, :.i
Jfur gearing Hoops largcy - than eight .
feet in circumference, 8 cents for eaoh 1
hoon. - w - .! ,.7?.:-n.T
mmand. To Ih.ao iould be addeS I W tab.
fotbers, of lessor renown, perhaps w T,
but not loss faithful soldiers of tho Re
"Strange 'rabels' theso."
WAHCAUOB UUU UU1UB WeetDCT. Ann SPIlIt I'nnrrfoe. iviHirliinTltf anAn.V. .1 I .
that for , the future thov were united:.. ZZil '"S '1 JP address, and in resolutions a
thov hnrl hofin in ihn fn. .k. ."' 7 JiJlZy 1" "V""" I, "uu d by the Uonvontion, jet me remark
vat ion M thn Tn nn 'w! " a aKT " ''TI',. ?.WB f"' i tbis crisis, at this period of my p
. w KUV vieuiiLiiu i uiuuiu. inn 1 nnnnmnnin rtt'innin na nt tne i?r. t v i j .t ; ii i l ii
nfnrmnd m th.a in !,. ... w.j. .r n. r ' r JT- me, A uoia aDOVO an price, ana snail
. , - , HH.VHVS 1 1 w mwvw vvu ta uuiii-icdi I ranns Vr I h
I vv h a. w iw
meni aistinouished tor intolloot . and wis that m. tr. rnrt tht th...
dom, every eye was suffused with tears Constitution, and that thore was a limit
.. .6.,, .vwuv, f. yUUlu uui unisii io me sphere and roopo or (egislation.
reading tho dispatch to opo assooiatcd ("Renewed ories of "That's su."1 "We
m..u .u .u u. i..r my 0Wa leeungs nave seen a Uonnress tn the m nor tv m.
ovcroamo mc. tuneers.) 8Uma tn .. whinh if .iia.j
I think we may justly conoludo wo ore to bo carried out. would rosult in dosnnt.
mAvina mJm .' : . i I In , ' ML . t . If- irv. . -
.va uuun . p.vioi luBtiumiuQ, ana I IPU1i luuuuruuy iiBgu. riijtuusiasuo
maa wo noca not no mistaken, and that oncers lor the 1'residcnt.)
tne nngercr an overruling and nnorrinii This ia truth., and hooauae, ntl.nr.
Providence is in this matter. fLoud an. n .ir .... .... JZ ' 71 'il " "1
J . r. , iw mo uniriuuiHLU hhu iuo renuo inan inariKfl inr ida tinn manttiitntinnfl nt r&.
Ibe nation is in peril. We Lava W. tnMin nf ti. nt I ..j u i..k:.j
passed through a m.ghty, a bloody, a mo- nounoed io tho most severe terms. ' Man- this oocasioh , ;. x ... ' :'
!!.?!- J'd01.l;.uMnd ourselves derupon slander, vituperation upon vitu- I repeat, I sbQ always, continue to be
.uu uanirers neraiinn or tn. mm vi ninnni a umint.K .n .d k. . R.m ..H .n... .ni
w I I : - 1 .UIUV. VI . U1.M UU VVUCViVll.lVUO , VVU
free 1 from tho
that at first surrounded
hr. .?K.!IT.iLj F.. 71 "S ,eur lhrou8h the .PubUo Pross- What' genlI(- 'Mioa of 'y. '"at always gives one h
I I iUlie meni h" bMn J0" w,d ln' 8i0 ' ' Wh" "- nd the Constitution, which I, jr
both;dffi!rt and men, (turn.pg to Gcner-.1 has Ijoea the cusi ol our offenflipg J I mako my gnido. ' . ' . f ' ' poli
cni'm-anur-. "' '', '.,,,"',, , .',.' ,
. wTSW j::' i i "V:: " ."'!'.'";;.- i- 'hi; ";:. 'Kq
V.rv LA- t. v. i J r i
cents to lb, she is to fix the estimate of , .,
her own beantyi "It is thoneht that a 'A
large amount will be realised from this 'l "''
provision.,. .-; - ; ,, ... v(,:;fi0-s
, tat each boy baby, 50 oents. . .
' For each girl baby, 10 cents. ' ",'
Families having more than eight babies
are not to be taxed ; and for twins. pre- ai In)
ii.au ftii' i . . . ... . - - S7
tioo of the Democratie Parly, and to its mmm. ot f10 wl' PW( out of fH"4..' nuh
l ...n , i I aoeruincr trmn the ut nn nIH htinhalnr. .
auiiKui-ouu win bo! licu paiaoipies SS V, a T T , 7 " T VW" !! a1oat
1. Retolved, That, the Democraov. of
Ohio will adhere in the present and in
the luture as in the pisty with unfalter-
fdpiity and Urmness to the orgamza-
enunciatod by Thomas - Jefferson.
e ot American
and uTTicknowlcdccd and i
party Trom tho foundation
ment; and especially of equal taxation,
and reprcscnlation of all Stat.cs suhjeot
io taxation. ' t i-. -i: ' ' .i ... ,.u..
3. cro!ydt That the one great ques
tion of the day is the immediate and un
conditional restoration of all tne States to
the exercise of their rights within the
Federal Union -under the Constitution;
and that we will tordjally, and actively
It- li,-l. i i ..L !-' VlliH-'l-tli . IT
IS-The Jaoobios preteBd that if the j,v-.
Southern memberfof Congress take tbsiij .,!,rt)
seats they will do something very detri:-,tn:n-j
mental to the Union. How can they dox,i'T '
it, if they wore so disposed t ... They in , . 1 0
only . sixty-six in numbery against ooen :!9
hundred and seventy, fiom tiesa-oajled
JJouae of r
loyal : States. , .This . ia -. tbe
he Upiled States, i .11 necessary ,pd 6""to, th., would have twentritwo .eto,,(T
proper means lo carry out bis polioy as be" , ?f W'' , f W"?
directed to that end ;nd especially in boi httta more tb -dp n J;
M.ri.. mmMli.ta ...Jin. 'tal.. branoh of Congress, .-. ... -. tr.i.i-.-,, -ao8 fe
: But, say tho Radicals, they will Join
securing immediate representation in the
Senate and IIouso of Representatives, to
the olpyen btatos Irom whioh it is now
unoonstitutionvlly and arbitrarily" with-
held.iunleason thsr doiiradinp; condition
of inleriolr.y In the Union, aed of; nearo
pUlXKV..! fUU Jl,lUUUV UIV1VU 1 .T r' ,,.
the f ederal -uovernuient. - - Tbio narrowea aown, is vne boio rroua . - -
. , 8. Meiohed, ' TAaf fnt the t)krMss1 bv the Jacobins are so desperately ben) ;,,"'y
).,.. ... ... ...71 J .'-.. .... ..InAlfin Ih. Rnnlh . Tti.nAft.na. i''J
ate t' publip meetingi,tonenhont and all tbey think it would endanget fbeit par- -J
mm thai. m.iinrM ........
the Demoprats of tbe North, and so make "!,'a
a majority This, then, is the fear ; that
a majority of the Ameripae people, Nortljj' i :
and South will govern the country t A
mininty most rule to prevent it f i
T1.1n k.m.J Anvn i. ih. ml rAunn ' -tt-
u. ....v?r- "-l . .
support th Pruident tn kit means, however . foul and .destrootjye.af
declare ,J nrCerv , ,; ;
the mih. oith all men, without reference tisan supremacy.
to ptsl party potitiont, ioho honettfj and have bad nb other motive than this j tjj (11;h,T
6y tlieiraeii and vote a wen a I), their jtrftilvito their minority, role by anj n "
'.,...mam. - miiMmi lit. rv...'7. a.'. nMni. nnWAVAr ' fnnt .Ad (ImitmetivA ' - i 1 ' 'f
Jf of fettoga-tion ai awp
Jefferson the on OUDUBJ 10'er on me street
n Demo'oracv ne or about church doors, to be taxed si 5 I
icoeptedby the h's f" "leo.nrhioh is about eentf. A . 1
of the Govern i ' r- ' 1 l... i. .' 'V, . I
nn tn "t4 jU.-f o!
' ,XiW v.vit ,o