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ular attention paid to Collecting' -and1. bu
ainess in Probate Court. Omce on cnurch
street, between Mio and StyiUuBky.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW, A8hland0.t OiBoe
otjcheroh Street, In the brick building im
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-.ATTORNEir LAW t Office over Wallaek
,4 Andrews'.Shee 8t,ore, Nln Street, Ash
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' ,' crnment to nrbeur Pension Certincates
-n; and Collect Bounty and Book Pay. j
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Atf OJKNjSV and Counscilor at Law, Ashland
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"'"tloular attention paid to collecting, Probate
."' buiiness, Partition oases anc Eieoullon of
Deeds, Mortgages and Contraots..i Offloe In
Miller's Block, Beeond Story, Main Stnet,
id) 'opposUe .the Town Hall, Ashland. O. I 1
Or I. Ei. CUAJTE.
pFFIcK'ortteor,et-ef 'dire's Drng
nifcBorew Up ttalrs.i ttesldence Ueraer otcco
. lr-tail.Wuhington Street, Mshland; O.
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raYSrCIAN 4'SORQEON, Atblami Olii.
.;' Particular attention will be paid to the
' ' rrejktinent of the rollowlng special diseases:
Dyspepsia.; 'disease of the Liver, the EUd
. jj.nerij orofula and Ppllhelial Cancers.
rUYSiCIAN fc SUUQEON, .Ashland Ohio;
I, Qim OTCjr Hughes 4 SUober's Btorsi.ept
tt,;pwits the Town llaJl.i :i. i ) , .. i
H ,'tXiu6o, .,' . T.8. Hoiitm
tS1iRM3TRON0 & JIUlJTEIf.
ni'ii'iMnnl.'tnif t he'miieWeS toielher for the
nra ciioe of medlbt be and' surgery 1 1 Hayes-.
ill e aud Tiointty . " Special attention devoted i
to tha triattnjeator.Chronlo diseases, umce
jia ifft ftreat, former ly oeu pied by Dr. Yo
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JEWELLER and Silxer.Smith, one door eJ
r'OoM nd Steel l'ens', atld s choice variety
j of Jewetrj! Jtept' soustantly on " hand-.
nighett pi toe paid for old uola ana Huver.
'jlieoairlag done to order, on reaspnable
1, erms Bauiiiaoioriiy warranica , ,
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mJv ;BR0M OF' JOfflH.1
' 1C1 Qiillema'n ' who suAered for yea
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flie' effects of youthful lndlsoretlon, will for
piriuui wiwii ii,iiouiiii.ii unyaj. jilt..
tha suffering humanity, send free to all who
new it, me recipe auo uireotionsior making
ihe'slBbte'temeay by whloh he was cured
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experience, eaa ao-ss-oyenaressing
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NOTICE Ittereby given that the Parionrshtp
fcerotofore existing belfleeu J. Li A 0. CvCeaop-i
bfiUnbus-b.eeo dissolved by tnptnal conaeo, L0 i
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.'iAll persons Indebted to. the above Area, are
carnesuy requealea lo can anu maae sviueuieai,
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Let white laborers, hard poshed to rap
port their families, not forget that the ap
propriation for the Freedmen's Bureau or
JiPdoJloardiqa House, for whioh Viel-
tnUredthoutand dollar; alfof whiolj is
to be raised bj general tax oo ,Ujie injns
trrfjthewplsl'Cleiiireniember that wealthy bond-bQ!d,eTp.ho got rc'
Lbj pwindJiug the Goyerpipunt, are exempt
. Let 'ihett tetrje'rhbef that
lyl'bdlition legislation, jthe'.veiiilby , are
made a "privileged' lolass,1' Wbtr receive
p'rotcction jlil- &( iiitfe&tittf&t pay
noibiBg for that protection. '. Ir. 'f
DirjN(!fl.-l-Tbft 'fTatienal Un
ion Convention bold it Philadelphia. Con
seryativci andUemocrats J&me. together
to.bg about a unjoixof be. States as jur
fathers did. The Eadioal Convention,
weelibefare.;last in! Philadelphia, wai for'
union union of the colort-X unioa of
negroes and' white pef! ' Fred Douglass
land ybepdora Tiltap,i6otered,arin.inartn.
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H!rb4 NewtiJrV' ritaiiesays: "The
IJn.iorjpar isj jjeifeoty. rUliDg- oa,y,
anxious that negroes should hav.e a voice
jA its conentlqns-''Wiirthfi.es iri'-'
fm', if 'this.bojrneT t' j -
,'.,. JCSCrtpgngress cuts off the. bounty ta
poor white soldiers, raises the salary of Its
members to $5,000 a year and totes
0,00,600 folr ' the. benefit of negroes'1,! ' This
is Ab'oIitioD, reform and retrcaohment l' '.
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tST The Democracy used to run the
Fedora ''government for 'tftOjOOO'.OOO' per
year. v The Padicas have run it up to
$50,000,000, or about $20 (0 every man,
woman and child in 'the United States.
The'y "hav.e multiplied tho' expenses eight
fold jn five years I '. The St. Louis . fimti
justly remarks, that when they suoceed
in ixteiidj(ng the JTrtecTpieri's $ureaa so
that it will jnolude (he whole negro popu
lation of he South, they will get tbp ex
ponses up to a much higher figure. 1
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Appropriated to buy clothing for negroes!
The hajd. earned money of white men
wrung from them by' enormous1 taxation
and appropriated, by, Congress, to buy
clothing for negroes. When did ever
Congress appropriateimo'ney to dlothfr the
''poor whlto trash V': Welkor favors that
kind of expenditure of the people's mon
ey f r Bear this in rrjind, taxrpayers (.;
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sKM(o1nefy Wtfir?, in recent
speech in Boston, charged that Joe DdU
was "ene of the most oold. blooded villains
that walked the face of the earth." lie
Buborned.'wU'neBJcs to bavs an innocent
woman hanged.". Tha charge Is no doubt
true. H!'i. himself, docs not deny the
'damning aeousation, althougi) it has leei
rcpeatodly made by responsible parties, I
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1 ItS At the close of the banquet in 8fe
Louis, as the President was about getting
into the carriage to return to the hotel, a
deputation of tailors waited on him, (pok
him into a neighboring tailor's shop, and
presented him with floe snit of clothes
which was frraoiouily received.
Keep it Before the People.! ,
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TheBadioals falsely aoouse President
Jibnson of having' abandoned, in his rcsi
&0rtti1on'p6!tc!, his fprmerdeolarations.
'Bsl'ow-; w a conclusive refutation of the
faisehood,'Iarid a proof that while he.ii
consistent with the views he enunciated
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in 1861, in the United States Senate, Ihe
belie and misrepresent bira, while at the
sarro tine, ,tbey,stultify'themsolvca most
shamefully i.'r-'-i ' ' j
''Itetolce'if: That the war is not wagod.
on our part in, any spirit of oppreuion, or.
iot any purpose 01 conquest, or lor inter.
iering wun tne rigMt or (UtablMcct ntf-i
fud'otts of these SWtaj), 'bt to' defend and
Hon', 'and to prcservo' the Union with all
the dignity and righti othfteveral Staffs
unimpaired.' : r ff
Th shots jeyution, declaring the ob
ject of tbt war( was paeoid by Congress,
in Jply, 1861. But the Radioals now say
that it waa'to give Suffrage' and equality
to Ihe.JNcroespfit to restore taiTToion.1
What a beautiful set of Union men they!
are. h -Whet I consist'enS "and aonest par
ly ,1 Will the Ilfir.ofe Timei publish
the abotw jtesolntioo ana ell his teadersl
IhayH w7otea for; by rfverfRejpbliona
member of Congress f Dart i)S do t f 1
n-'v'-'' i :.l
tar Vsauda on the Oovernnjsnt to the
eitoril of $1,000,000 bate been discover
ed h; connection; with tha Brooklyn Ijavy
AuouuopiBia trtii steal, : ..' n '..
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tu'l-lV tid r V'-Tf !,Kil':' ,l,w t,!w 1"i,, , J"?D; , - .i -
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Obqanizi. Demoorats slpildf it 0090
proceed to organise 1thflir re8,peotivetoinr,
ships and school district! 7 .This is a doty'
that every PemooraVowe to his oountrj
to see that Wffprt spared that mJ,in
iiy.(tjjtpd) strengthen the party Op
on wbWpW5ttt9.4lAad8the futare
glory of our common,, oountry. EeltytrV
ty that wlthstppd the Mastitis of the ebec
'Pjifl. of a' tree, government; that inspired
and prompted men to raise their vqiges, in
rftfotjcf the ConstitutiOO of our" fathers,
f hehi' Wclnesi' rhledT M Joq ihtiit ;be
sustained now when seeming peace is pro'
claimed by fangtiosi only that they may
the more easily deceive the people and
aCjOomjtliBh their hell-born purposes,,, I ;"
19 The Radicals say that the Presi
dent Wishes to have 'rebels in Congress,
which is nut so. But Congress says : "If
you will adonfonramendmontu-civinrthe
VitJA.V ''.iJ..t ''-'-:.'". ,
negroes the right to -voto, we will grant
amnesty to all.". Is not that doing well f
It is awful to'&ave rebels' Ih'Cqrgrcss now.
but after the Southern people give fl
groes; the right of suffrage, why theq tie
rebels may be admitted 1
1 Soldiers Muat WalM!
. It is asain announced that soldiers Who
Is Ii? J I -,-l .. . i , : n 1:' '''..' 1 ,
are entitled to extra boqnty under the re
cent aot of Cuugrcss will bb "compellod to
Wajt sorO nvontbs,jeti"i Tu,CjiiKre8
men who Voted 'thewselves ' a bounty of
$4,000 apiece compelled themselves (to
wait, no' longer'- that' they cotild' reach
the Treasury. ' ' ' "
ySiTbe ; Republicans elected John
son President, made Seward Seoretsry of
State, Doolittle and Cowen United States
Senators. Now they say that all these
men 'are ;trai(ort or in sympathy with
rebels. How can a party which, by its
own showing has put so many bad men
in offices pf so much power and responsi
bility ask the people to vote any more for
caudidates of their seleotionf" . ' " 1
117 Western (farmers should remem
ber that Martin Welker voted with the
cotton milflqrds against the West for the
infamous ''protection act." 1 '"'
NEGRO SUFFRAGE. j
Remember that Welkor is in favor of
Nngw Soffrtgei He voted for it in the
Territories and iq the District of Colunj.
bia. Remember this.
te71Welker is not in favor of equal
taxation, lie is in favor of the exemp
tion of G-ovcrnmcnt bonds. He is f n fa
vor of taxing the property of farmers and
soldiers to exempt the boarded wealth of
the rfclt stfaoemt-j." ' ' t -;' I
Keep itBefore tbe people !
That those who support the Radical tic&
et, at the coming election, are in favor of
the btcvens, Sumner & Co., policy of Nej
gro Suffrage, however much they may del
ny. the charge. ..."A man is known bj the
company he keeps ;" and if you "lie down
with dogs Jou must expeot to get up with
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" nEAyY: WoRK.r.Tho, Mulatto press
begin to find it hcvy work to stigmatise
tbe supporterSjOt, President JoUnson'as
"traitors," "copperheads" &o., sinoe Gen
erals Grant, Sherman, Steadman, Custarj
Crook, McCook, and in, fact all the pron
inent officers of tbe late war, have made
publiertheir approval of his polioy."''
Rol4iers and Bond Holder I
' Soldierif oTtfie' Union ! l .v i I ii -i ',
Bond Holders) of the country I j
T Repubtroiia, (Jongres leligrjipti Uni
ted States Bonds'and makes you poor men,
who periled your lives to? protect- the rioh,
support the ones who did not go to the
front, bnt'remained at homo to speculate
while you fought. Instead of eierfipting
Bnd Holders from taxation, we ask the
Legislatures of tBe sstofal Btates in the
Union to pass laws sxompting from taxa
tion every spjdier who baa, lost an arm br
leg, or who was otherwise crippled in the
semae of, his. country, till , his. property
exoeeds five thousand dollars. ., And also
exempt iq like manner and .amount, ev
ery widow who 'oBt her husband by tbt
war, till she married , again also the
property of sojjiera' children until they
are old enough to earn a living,
This would be, and is our plan for
showing pratitude to those who fought
for us. Let iht Tloh Bond Holders sup
port the cripples, rather than make the
war cripples support tha riwh pets of aris
tocracy,, puritanism, end Net; England
Peopla of America what say yoo to
this proposition J And what sayw the
press, of. our. oountry 1$ the idekf -f,a
Vru Utmocrat, -iu.l-;a ; i
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1 Republican1 SoIdie)r.l,
THE ISSUE1 'Ol.OllNIOlil.'
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SPEECn OF MAJOR BIOREAU,
od joHso' itiiunudAk,) y ) -
elhtd'efort'th4&btdiert it J Sdtf-I
v frf. ;Uonti Contention, held at. MotarC
Hail, on Friday Evening,, (Sept. 7, '66.
From the Evansvllle "Indiana) Courier, 'Sep
T fit' hv. (ember 10.' '
, We shall endeavor to give the main
points in thi, speech of Major Morcau on
the Ocoasion alluded to above, premising
thett his' effort oh that occasion Was one
of. tho most brilliant and striking 'which
we have hoard during the campaign; '
-Major Moreau alter tha oustomary
preliminary , remarks, said that be Was
glad to see so many who were ablo to be
onlled traitors by "traitors." Ha was
glad, to meet so many of bis old comrades
who hod stood with him in the face of
death for thq.prereivation of the Unloal
These men-had dared to: faoe the storm
of lead' 1 on niany, battle-fields, and Uicy
aeuia. 09 tnought, taee the storm or cpi-
thpte'andJiesihurkid upon them by the'
gtay-atrhome "patriots" Who follow 'Such
great military heroes as Charles Sumner
apdbaddona Stetens. fApplaose..! ;
, He had. been': with the IterAibUcani par
ty since) information, ten years ago, and
had been a high priest in the Keptiblioaa
tcmplq,, and when he spoke ' of the party,
le knew what he was. speaking about.
In the 23d of February -Convention, i he
ermtod a storm by offoring a resolution
ioooreing Andrew Johnson i cheers ;
orippled, standing on crutches, hej went
under in thai convention with bis John.
son rtsolu4QD,'aa be and his horse went
under befarp tie rebel lines.,. Applausd
It.wusnot pleasant to part with old,
party friends- and companions. Before
him, however, he saw tha faoes of 'friends
of (en yeais ago, and his later associates
of the past ten tears. . Ho regretted to
part with the latter, but he had appealed
tq the high court of bis conscience, arid
he would be true to himself. Applaqso.
ii : Becaose he had ' ceased to oo-operata
wilbv lliUM'wbu lid demised bis eluudurd
bearer, Andrew Johnson, he hud been at.
tacked ; but he would say to tbern that
etory attack-made upon him was a sharp
edged knife put into tbe vita's of the lie
publipan party, and he cared not bow
thick and fast they fell. Cheers. i
, flo would not b mdy epithets with bis
opponents. He . had , no hard names In
apply to thenr. '" lhore wero too many
questions of vital importance to discues tu
hate time for personalities. He would,
however, only address them in a desultory
manner, for he was unwell, and ought tu
be in his bed. '- ' " ' ' .
One of tbo great issues of the day
the. greatest ol ahem all wan the rjues
liua of 'flm'on or jjitunion l'1. It is the
same question that was forced ..upon tho
country five years ago, and fop the sot
tleuient of wLich the American ' people
hod been called to arms for whioh they
had suffered, and for which they bad
died.. The sathe question is to be set
tled again, through tbe perfidy of a revo
lutionary and usurping Congress, which
has attempted U(ob tbe soldiers of tho
Irh'rts of tbair sulfering and privations
For what h That a party may protide
means tor tne retention ot its power.
1 Do you remember, fellow comrades, the
inducements hqjd out for you to enli3tf
Eleven States had proclamed that tbey
were going out of the Union that they
the thousands nf dead, allottr tbe South,
tell of the oirnsge' and death. How we
Went forth to meet that question of "Union
or Disunion," let the tacant Boats by the
hearth tell, where a void is made that
may never be filled on earth. How we went
forth, let the armless sloetcs, to be seen
on every highway, the halting step, tbe
oruteh and tbe hobbling body tell.
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What has Congress done for the white
man 1 What legislation haahnen under
taken during the whole ,.f lust station
that has a tendency even to benefit the
poor, laboring, "producing classes f Noth
ing has bean done for, white men overy
thing against them. There has been, but
one idea before it; to tbo exalusion of ev
ery thing else. It is tbe one idoa of Nig
ger. They have bad nigger in (he lobby,
nigger in the gallory, nigger on the brain,
and, in my opinion, nigcer in oloser
quarters,. Applause and laughter. The
nigger is a big thing 1 If he isn't on ice,
he ought tobedtr'bg August to drown
the smell. ' Laughter. !,-v !
were going to assort the supreme sover
eignty, claimed for thsm by a oortaln
school of politicians in the - South, and
dissolve the Union left us by Washing
.ton.; That was the indu6emont: We were
entbusiaatlcally appealed to and we rc-'
sponded. Ahl how many, responded, lot
.' But Congress, with all )ts nigger; has
adjourned and gone tq tht people for a
verdiot, and wo have its bonca no be
fore the anatomists of history, the people,
and it is left tu them to deoide to what
genus aqd species of tho animal oreatlon
that Congress btlongs. Applause. J
But kat has Johnson done that the
Republican party should desert him, : la
what is bis policy different from Mr. Lin
coln's T Lincoln commenced the reor
ganisation of the States lately in rebellion,
restoring civil republipan government to
each, and Johnson .has' only continued
the line of policy undertaken by Lincoln.
But It is said, and . truthfully, that Lin
coln's polioy f as only an experiment.
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,T"'1 t: r't M.ilrlfl !. villi .,;-!i.illt'l
una null! J'.l
Well, what of .that f :-. Johnson has! ahown
that tbe experiment was good fencjiand
that it wijl diKa adopt. .'Jobnsod ia right,
and Je. wilt fL) what.ne knows isriht,:no
matter: wboioppoBti biaj, llonv, "'
. 1 . The, eaipn. ul difference honeterf.'i be-1
tween -thevRepublioaji; -party i,fcnd:tha
Preftidfint tvna that thai fnrmo. liint
ADM Irt ma.nra. ill a finllv.. tt. ii'.AM''li''
v.v w ivBivii.,,. .uu .-. Mi .fug.'.juniwiif
until provision bad.bwn niadft ta ::orgri
ien the nimzers of the South as an adiuedt
ef the Radical party, in order bo brbsarvq I
their power tn t uitifross, ultis vll a trick
for power,, plucu uiid.ipatronago,. that tho
paid pimp? ot. t;or(;t8is. raifiht continue
to taiten pit pt tiip.cttUBlieol white men of
tho North and fiomh.-,, Applau:3e. The
differeneo , pf npii.iijri between Congress
and tbp' Prsidqiit:ir.a,i,.,moufaotured, jV
was niuaged exoofdingly well by a, Jew
military hcroco like. Sumner, and Stevens.
- What carp '1 baddeus Stevens-anjl Char.
Sumner for tho Constitution ? What care
(bey for its provisions and exactions?
power, ia what they, seek, and what they
will get, 11 tho people do not, take the
Constitution ouc, of their., keeping.,,
What was t)iq epnditioD; of the coun
try' at the, ploae cf .the lata war t Peace,
wmte-wingcd peaoc,,,bovered pver.itpe
eoptincot. fjen evcrywherp South, ac
cepted the rc;ujtf of Uio- wa,r, Tho ultra
principle of Sf;Ue secession was dead, and
tbjt ijuyth wa. ready to return to its allo
gianoe Why was it not permitted t Who
dared to say ,ttiat the fruits of our labors,
and BUllenngs, and privattans, should not
be reased ? t Fptprnal relations wore es
tablished with .wonderful .rapidity, and
the future' of our country sheered,, the
heart of the patriot. , :, - i.-' n;. "''
When the war dosed,'' a feelina skin
to the old brotherhood that, existed took
posfession of our benrts. , Wo in the
iSorth appreciated our, Southern brethren
for their inanljpod they respected us for
our mnflhocd.r, ,,oysthera.. men changed
their, jljcas about one being equal; to six
Xorihr and iiortborrj men learned tu be
lieve that Southern, soldiers were ;mcn pi
nerve aiid.berois 0, Wejhad begun to
look' at each pthor right.' It is tnio wc
both had much tq remember, for the lit
tlo hills hero and. there, and tbe mounds
and ditches spoke clcqucnt, words for rp
meiiibrance; but wo were; smoothing
down, tho bihiir'neiis pt-puxalo..cat ao1uali,
and ware both, beginning "to Bmpath'io
with the sorrows and troubles each hud
4uue through,, and wero . suffering. Wc
were extending pur hand out toward our
Spuibcrn erring brother all bloody that
it was a hand equally as' bloody. , The
iloquent words that the mingling Confod
crate ii"d Federal graves spoke, told us
t hut we liiul suiuotbing to keep in memo
ry porhupj, but that wo wore nevertheless
one peoole, odo race, and with ono com
mon country., ., . , ... .. '
' iVhori the war ploscd, fellow corprudi'S,
the authority of tho Union was cheerful
ly, cordially, recognized ev.cry-whero.
J-'.ven tho tx gatherer, that always un
welcome visitor, was kindly received by,
the Southron. He looked about; hits,
uiu.mg the shattered fragments of his
wealth, for the means to meot his new ob
ligations. Crushed in powor, broken in
wealth, yot bravo in heart, as an Ameri
can should be, bo was easting about for
tbe means of recuperation, aud the North,
em man was preparing to aid him. Why,
0 jmrades, was not this suspicions future
dawning upon us, ns the fruits of our la
bor, permitted to burst forth fv Ap-
piaose.j ' 'ii, "
1 Hut Congress has been in sossion for
many months, with a sub-legislative body',
of its own creation, in tho shape of a
"high diroqtory" of fifteen, to dictate
terms and prevent the restoration of tbe
Union. Applause. Wl)0 ever heard
of one' legislative body ereating another ?
Where will wo find it in history 7 Whero
on earth has a similar body sat, without
we find a parallel in the diractory which
ruld France in the bloody days of, tbe
Revolution and Inquisition ?
He spoke of tbe charaotor' of the
Freedmen's Bureau and tbe Civil RightR
Bill, exhibiting tbo character and fell
purposes of each. No man who had vo
ted for either, but violated his Constitu
libnal oath and puriurcd his soul. If the
Amoijoan peopla were cot a long suffer
ing peoplo, wo would have lonu since read
them a lesson that they would not soon
forget. ... Applauso. : ,7.-11 -. -.V,
. He olludod feelingly to tho treatment
of Vorhoes, by the Congress .revolution
ists, to show that partiality, passion, arro
gance and a want of honesty, woro the
component parts of that' body, and revo
lution their avowed purpose. .
,,:.A great howl baibeon set np about ad
mitting rebels to Congress, whoso , hands
were locking with the blood of loyal
brothers, and all that sort of thing. His
experience among them taught him that
this class of loud-mouthed loyalists never
had any brothers in the army to lurnisli
blood for traitors to dye their hands in.
Laughter and applauso. '!' --
' That was a mere subterfuge, unworthy
of men professing to be statesmen. It
tu .well kaown that each house was
judge cf the Qualification of its members,
and illustrated the point. Suppose a "red
handed traitor" was ont ' up from the
South as a delegate and rejeeted how
many times would they continue, to' snd
him up for rejection f , How many timet
before the right mon' Vould be sent up f
Besides the oath was the test '-whether i
representstive tu a traitor,' or not.. 1 If
be could take that oath be wopld .be a
grod as those who are now lrgisjatingsnd
ornspirin? agamin: White men, robel or
pot. f Applause. Nobody wants vebols
or traitors, or expeota thou to rsprotcpt
il'i n 1-1'!.
hi a ol
ino bhu'i swdT
the natioafttlCoUfsteiStiand, so far as jha
OSwrh :W flstp,r).fiapd.;any M that
Ho paid sltigh' tribute to theunlliDch
frei heVoioertaraotqV (if 'the' PrcSidehti
The -stormsi of sefctiorialismilov ilof party
iigbK tyqrsrj.uporbim-rthe: sterol might
end his irop frame, ', but it ; woujr. jiot
ir'caV.' ' The devils in hell and' the Rasa.
en-tail, uite1''eari tW cfuslr hW' He
Iras' the.a 'resident ot ithd popley; aad to
him, ha looked (or strength to stand,! up
niins( the enemies of, ijhp, :fJnuititqtion.
Will be appeal in Vain?, ' Cries o'f "No,
ho' and applause "" ' '"'"' "" u" 1
hut Bag this Congress ('one for the
poor, whit a, children of poor . white: sol
diers? Hp asked the question, because
the white Soldiers had a right to' ask.
The Freedmoa's Bureau bill provides for
little, o(gc;ers they are to be ted and
clothed and eduoatcd ; but what has been
deno for thii orphan children of white
soldiers F He could answer otiiinq 1
He had met them- very many of Ihem
begging in oil the .cities 'of. the State
begging for food and Bhcltor; , fhile the
nigger brat is led at the expenso tof the
poor white laborer ot the country.
Cheers 1 Uowlonrj Wtll the people tol
erate this outrage upon ,,thej childn pf
the brave dead. Who died, for their caun-'
try? 1-1 v'nnoo 1 'C'.-w i ' '' i .-
Houses were bitiH for larr niggers to
live. in. Money given, them toitravel up
on. .What for the,popr, white .soldier J ;
Nothing J but bt'lhis sort qf legislation,
ho is requited to mortgage his little homo
Stead, if hd.hss ona,'.fori tUtyyeUrs,''' to
pay the richfmin's war debt and to spare
the rioh man's bonds from taxation. . Ap-
plseJ:11 ''Vlt.'t,'.- ...',. 1,
1 1. Evdry'man who votes for the Radical
propositions and candidates,Vorc a mort
gage upon, bia homestead forever, par
tial s ; his children's. children may never
i;.. 1. ri i.l.'nn''i!,,nf. . ri.
plsusa.1 .- OnC-'fiftfr of tho monicdVoalth
of the coi n'ry (ra (bonds) was exempt
from taxatiqn,- while thfl. poor qiaa'a homo
is to bq perpetually mortgaged la,, insure
the Radical an interest upon bonds, for
which he is freedom, taxation by Radi
cal legislation. This is what .Congress
s done for the poor white soldier.
In ooiiclu.ion, Major Sloreau made a
lifcautiful Valoaiuint and maot tmbalflA
appeal to his countrymen to b6 true to
their country, their children and them
selves. Ho oslied nnon thcan to suonli
cute the 'i bronof Gra.-io- to avert j'rpm
them trie rmvrors ot tne rcvanruon tiie
men in (ibwxr were iiow conspiring- t
l.rin,' upun tho,Natio;n,. Oh, Godl muye
this people notu the dark abyssT upon
whose brinks they stand, and guide tlxm
over tbe troubled sea
of anarony, ruia
light,- -'" -1-' I
and i.Nat'iOu'it eternal higli
1 Maine Election. ,
: The Qaotte makes adcipcraic effort to
feel highly elated over the Maine1 elec
tion. It is a State 1 whioh the ' Rcpoiili
cans have carried for tho last twelve years
by about ' 1 5,000 'to 30,000 major,ity.-p-The
imrnqniie1 pTflpnndcranf!e has been on
a total vote of 120,000, and Is, therefore,
equal to a. majority : of .from: 60,000 to
110, in (lino. The opponents pf tbe
Jacobins mado no contest' of any cqnsar
qncnoej and yet the Gazette, by, its' great
display of' exultation,' seems to Indicate
that it'was afraid' of a reverse,' et'tn, in
Maine I ; The fortunes' ,of the dcipcr'aia
fiction with whioh it is oohncitbd are so
rapidly on tho 'deolino' everywhero tliaf
our ootemporary is rejoiced that Mains
has not deserted fhetn! . ,
Mulne, ih'crJinmnn With the other New
England States, has been" efcpMially fa
vored by the Jacobin legislation. ' Its
fisheries have been proteoted by enormous
drawbacks frem the National Treasury
Its manufaotures' of every description,
have been likewise- protected at the ex
penso of the other sections of the country,
whioh hayo been .obliged, iq consequence
of duties on foreign imports, to pay doable
price fur the Same New England article.
Thus favored, sustained and catdred, it is
no wonder that New England adheres to
tho Jacobins. Theyallow her to run the
Government for her own evolusive'bcno
fit ' Enonirer.1 , ! ': . ' ', .':'. . .' .
.. ., ..tt'iii -i.ii
" ...i .' " - : 1 ")' .
Ia oyery Gongrdssional distrldt ra
Ohio where tho Abolitionists have held
Congrosxional- .Conventipns, 1 they have
nommatea ultra otadicais, Who are tit ra
vor of negro ' suffrage1 end keeping to
Southern States out of the Union. Xct
tha paople.liear this fact in niind.j 01j
J(jt3l Thcro,is kocn saroasm in' the fol
lowing hit wc find in the Vicksburg Her
aW?.i.i;. w -
Forney calls on tho mflila'ry heroes of
tho war lOn'voto the wsy they shot." 'This
wijl disfranchise Butler) Banks, Sohuri,
Schenck, and-, brptty much every other
Radical General. IJ tboir Toting is like
their shooting, nobody will bo hurt,
A yoitnj pbof irl'tTesorlblilg Heaven
says 1. "It. is' a world" of 'bliss -fenced In
with- pnntty gir.ls.'t .Wier1i the man who
wonl repcnAOW, 9,:uVf!f!!:w s-.'un.uif
The .Washington - :Chroniofo'rins"arf ar.
tide beaded,, J'flave wqa, .President f"
The Acx'andfif ,.G azette answer's-fWe
should rathof think we loVe'nnd that the
Chronieloiiltseivivt'!- "' i"'"'1 " '
. , "i:. - I'.., jri',p.
Bcasl Boti. Butler, the burstod bptchcr
and bcetlo-eycd braggadooia, ' returns an
Inoomo of sixty thousand dollars.-' Bui he
don't roturn tha spooqa , ho stole .dowa
Souijt, - i
Ealei of Advertising Advanced),
OneS$aaM,o.wepk t . VlS.OOq . ,
Une square, inretmonlhi. oh.nir.L1 " .a ;
- .,"1.. rr.T."?BP7T - . -
a i rpiMit S tm f LA-.lt .t ,0fl
. aany vejriiainnia ru aqaaf..
V!?!sreV' f -:-.l'Jui4i!i81,C0
year, - . " . - - na nn
utoohcj,i uner or lesr? i
is-, 1 1. '. .Jut ii. 1 . vrlj I'ji'-'
dians' Notion, - . - . . no.
Probate NoUees-inNn-iV, - .' 9.'
t&- VdJietUVeipinJa 4Wed , c'r inserted
leColamn adT6rtisiiments,will bt chanred
60per,ytniWlitol:th abox.. fl
Mr. Mentqrbaswritilen letter to the
Clerk of the County Court eonfessing to a,
burglary and retprwng a lot of the artioles -stolen,
.an'd'ln (hat IotUr gives aojvica
which' oorieirrn"Vtbury,Wsntitled to
great weibt. Tfnr burglar stys : ' ,
"I fsel it m,ay iwtre)uKon yon about v
leaviot.ib'KUjhnifntog lni Jtttw house at -night,
as it letavtba. burglar see how to ,
WortTrfltf OnrrAmnOlima, and
Rives him greatadvantago when in, and. '
do not leave yenr. "pistol in reach of any
one but t voussflt. If ell tbe doors anj
windows were properly fasjenod and the
lights put tltlr ot nigh tl it w'ould be much '
harder forbtaglafs til effeot an entrance,
and consequently give the people a stance,
to hear the sopner(" fj u
Among the armies .returned was tha
pistol stolen at the time of the burglary,
and with whioh he perpetrated the mur- , '
dor. w-.hv.v t '.ii'.ui v-'l . '
The latesf-sensation jn, Dayton is
veritabha bauDted, hous.(The dwellinir
uuuod ui 11 wiuow may nas ior some time)
been tenkntlds-vlooked uVwfth tha nr
nituru jtj jf,'Mfhjld tha owner has been
passess) byj t And.TJOiMjhtDatt seen, and
nobody in the flesh is supposed to be in
the dwelling, the.BjHe1n4on)isTijrfcitJttU
ble that the "spinta',' have taken
! Th Oblumbus '' Journal 'Mf says
"theDemowats are moving' hrven noi
ewlh lo7parry Ui9. 6 tate.," ; uTMt 1 more
then than the Radicals are doing fcut
.they are moving hell for the sanwZpur
pose;" ,7.u"S"i'' imir. mutuui JITTr
' n'l m ') i'-r'-'iT!1" BIS".
A correspondent'of tbs Riohmoiid -'En-quirer.iWho
has ktely visited ; Jeffbsseq
Davis, says that his health. whiU la h.
been seriously undermined, is at the wes.
,".' ucuiucuiy uouor man 11 was a lew
Weeks 'ago. ' ' - ' , vi" - '
' - - ' ' ' -T-' ' ' ' i'lt
' ' i ru ' '. - ' V IT T : 'J-.,-,f
An eichange calls the candidates for
Congre?3 who voted four thousand dollars..
extra into " fljeir own" f octsts," the four
thousand dollar bounty candidates, v Not
an undoserved, appellation. ; Jt wjllba
likely to stiok. . , . . , , . . ,
"'m ' i ' ' 1'" 1 '''' .' '.'llJ'J-''-
Two.hnndred Johnson menhatojbeen
appointed to theNeW York Custom Houie
and two hundred Rum'pers reooiyed their
walking papers.;-! i.i-.w. . .i, 0 uv.n
Wty do He jjacobins "objeel to left'lpg
fie South! remain In'Jhe Union Be'Oausa
Ihey are afraid ' tboy will : not' tots ' with,
their'bartyi'i b " i- j .1 ; !.( .
The boys in blue fully comprehend IDs
extra bounty business. A'One-armed vet
eran pithily summed it op. the ether ;.day
at a rucotiug( in Philadelphia, as ;"oq
hundred dollars for the white man," three
hundred dollars for the nigger, and 'two,
thousand' dollars for a Member of Coej
gross," That soldiqr evidently appioui
atcs radical generosity at ibj exaot. vai-
UB. ", ''" " ' '" " ' ' '"' '
' " '' ii fill ;; avi'R (.J nt'i
Only fiftcsnipciwoos follpwe4 1'peeUii"
Dostie to. the grave four, ladios) (wo fed
era! officers;1 'seven" 'citisons and two ne
groes. The hearse, fits carriages n oab,
and baggy fprrnod thsifaaatalncortega.
iv 1' 1 '111T1 iD
- Democratio Platlum'. t ' "
'i:'i7fi'o7t.f,:That' the Democracy of
Ohio will adhere in tht- present 'and iq
tbe future as in tho past, With unfalter
ing fidelity and firmness to the organiza
tion of the Domooratio Party, and ' to its
ancient and well settled painoijiles' as
onunoiatod by 'Thomas : JeffersOD, ' The
great Apostle of Americas- Damocraoy,
and as acknowledged and acoopted.by the
party from the foundation of the Goverp.
men t; and especially of equal taxation,
and representation of all States atabjefet
to WmaWn-.i -. .J...,.-. i.. .. ; :j "ii
2. Hctahcd, That tbe one gt eat ques
tion of the day is the immediate and,. on
conditiorlal restoration' of ill Ihe'States fo
the eteroise of their rights withib the
Federal Union under the Consfiturloar;
and that we will oordialbji and aotively
support Andrew Johnson, u Presidept qf
the United States, in all necessary and
proper means to carry out his policy' as
directed to that end; and eBpeeially'Ja
seouring immodiate representation in tba
Senate and House of Representatives, tq
the eleven 'States from whioh it Is now
unoonstltutionally and. arbitrarily, with,
held, unless ou th idpgrading-qndj.tiop
of inferiority in the Union, and of negrp
political and Civil equality enforced by
the Fedetai Government. J 1
. &. Resolved, That turl, tklpmrpm
about set forth, tot, pflcsrdaUy (a-opttr
ate in public meetings, conven tion! and at
tht polls, vith all men", without reference
to past party potilioni, hc honestly end
us' their arts and sofea as veil at by the
profession,, support. thf President in kit
policy of restoration at now declared., y
-Thnra U1 Iia II tWinaAnriltin MMtlnv t
jj0.l' lOJJ I'ltS it:VPvJ Ol idji'l ..
i.iiiiu 1 1 U ' ' 1 '11 .1 nt
7 9-NoxiQI is hertby given that lh
funds belonging to tb several township;
if . Aahlaod County; ara now reedy .of
distribution. . - ,.-q shi -u j-.i!.
c - . 8AAC O ATESJ Auditor;
' . A.ud(Lor's. Office, Alhland, 0!, ) ' tc:..i
. August 29th, 1806.. . V ;
" strains of plaintive musicTrom the
piano- to fh parlor ertirtho earf oTYh