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VOL. XXI. r f i?, v ASHIiAM), OHIO? WEDNESDAY; SEPTEMBEH 26. 186G; .?::Uyl I
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.0 B.1H011 AH P. ProbftK Judg..! .
O0 8 1. BAMEE, Cl'k Com"pra & Wat. Ci't
(I. W. HILL, Proaecuting Attorney.
ISAAO 6ATB8, Andltorj ;
JOHN 0. BBOWN. Sheriff.
0IOROB W. DRIB, Recorder.
JO Ml KBENB. BurTevor.' r
(8RIAL MARK.L8, Coroner;
lOHN BERRTl '
iHHS TAB. VEST,
WM. OB4IO. !
.'( jR. M. C AMPBRLL "
ILIifl f RAUNFfiLTER, Bmnnnh. .
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i. O. Jniia, Cashier, H.Luthk, Pr'
rintr jttTiojrjtL njurx.
' OT ASHLAND. OHIO.
' ' '' Ir.otw..
i - ItVLBtRT LUTHER, I 0. H. TOPPING.
JACOB CRALL, 1 J. 0. JENNINGS
Do exelnilTely tBanking bustnuL Dny and
Itll Baetern Exokangt and Coinaeount up
t&" Sell Ratenna an 4 P)ito( Stamp
MILLER UOtJSE .
QPFOSITB the MoNulty Home, Aahland, 0.
d. Mittaa.'Proprletor. Good aeeommoda
tloaa and taasppat)la billa. Patronage ao
ffX.MoNULTr, Proprietor. South Siila ol
Main Strret. AaJ)ftnd Ohio
joujv it. JOJi ta, .
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ashland, 0. Parlio
ular attention paid to Collecting and bu
ineie in Probate Court. Office on Church
eireet, between Main and SanUueky. '
T. J. KaT. R. M. CxwreiLL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Aahland, 0.; Offioe
' s Chnrek Street, in thl)fil-huildingim.
medlktely West of Cahn'a Store.
ATTORNEY At LAWi Offioe' oter Wallaok
' h Andrew.' Shee Store, Main BtroetAah
- tand, Ohio. Alio aatborited by ih Got
trament to prooure Pension Certificatra
' and Collect Bounty and uac ray.
- J. If. MeCQMBB,
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Aahland
''Ohio. QIKoa in ihe Briok building iter
Slngar'i Hardware Bit re.
B. B. BEE,
HJT()RREY AT LAW, FIRE AND LJF
Iniura'uoe Agent and Notary Public Par
ticular attention paid to oollecllng. Probate
tiuslneea. Partition oaaea an Execution of
Deeda, Mortgagee and Conlrar's. Offioe in
Miller1! Block, Seoontf 8tory, Mj 8tet,
wppouie me iswn nan, abbi.bu.v.
tlCt One. Door West of Qqulre'i Drng
' Store, Up 8tlra;' Residence Corner of cen-
r trt and Waahlngton Slreete, shltdd
- - GEO. II. BILL, M. D.,
lttSICUR k SURGEON, Ashlann Ohl..
...PartUula attention will be paid to the
, treatment of the following special diseases:
Dyspepsia, disease or ma Lirer, tne Kid
"neya, Bcrolula an EpuLyt uancera.
THE DISUN10NISTS AND THE FOR
For some monthf past, the disunioa kb
olition pr??8 and speakers, have teen in-,
dualriouslj engagefj endeavoring to fcet
the earnest, true an 4 patpptio lrist ; de.
inocrsoj caught in tpot eb jf , coritrp
tion and tyranny. , At ' eleotion time a,p.
proaohes', tti 'stiallew triek of the radicals
more readily disoernabla they desire
to secure the Irish vottv . ',
This is an nnparallelod piooe of impu
dence. ' This is the same party that has
opposed the bestowing of the right of oit-
gensbip upon an Irishman, until he has
resided here nearly a ll'fe time, and now
that be has been admitted to full eituen
ship by the action of the democntoy,
they step In and ask favors of him 1
What bat the abolition party ever done
for Irishmen that it now presumes to' tsk
their votes f It baa mobbed them. It
has burned their convents and their
churches. It has denied them the privi
lege of voting. It has charged thorn wi:b
every vice vhich humanity is capable.
It has alleged that Irishmen fill oar jails
snd penitentiaries; that they are the out
tnrouts, tnteres, burglar;, and pignway
robbers iofestipg sopicty. With all these
persecutions fresh in 'the memory of the
I 1 j. . . r' i , f, ' t, s
tneuuiao, we un put leci much inclined
to think he is going over to his pcrsecu
tors. ' . . ' .
The abolilioniilo have been such faith
ful friends of the Irish, that they have
done all they could to prevent hts voting.
and bere are some ohoice extracts to prove
our points. Tho Cleveland Herald, I
paper which has always opposed tho dem
ooratto party, Baid : '
"We unhesitatingly sver that seren-
tenths or the toreicners in our land, who
bow in obedience to the Pooe of Romo.
are not as intcllicent as tlie full blooded
Africans of onr 8 lute we wilt iupludc
the part bloods." '
The following, from the Chicago Tri
tune, will equally illustrate our point, that
the opponents ot Democracy have deemed
it necesaay to their purpose to browb' at
the foreign voters into silence. In allu
ding to the monster torch light procession
that turned out to welcome DougLs to
Chiosgo, October 6, I860, tho Tribune
"Taken altoeether, the squatter reoep
tion, last evening, ' fell below wljat' bad
been promised, but furnished an in ta'hoe
ot what a lew, -dotermined wire pullers
can do with a few hundred voting cattle
(alluding to the Irish and Germans)
In a Republican meeting in f utnatu
county, Illinois, in 1800, Mr. Elijah W
Green delivered himself as fjllowj :
Mb. Chairman : It is claimed by
some here to day, that it is not policy to
nominate a full ticket, on scooun. ol th
Dutch.' Some suppoie that we should
not nominate amo aga'nitt Rotlicmsn.
I ssy, Mr. Chairman, we don't want
favor the Dntcb : we don't want to bor
row any Dutch votes, nor trade them any
icAife votes. If tney don t want to vote
our ticket, let tbem go to hell I We have
wAt'fe votes enough, and can do without
them Neither do we want the Irish
Catholics' in onr party. We have vrAiVe
men in our party, and don t want the
Irish or Dutch."
A Republican candidate for the Senate,
in Bock , Island county, 111., n 1360,
PHYSICIAN eV BURGEON, Aablapd Ohio
OAee'ovet Hugb.ee' Staoh.r'e 8tr., bp
pealte the Town Hart. ; . 1 - ;
vt ARM8TK0NQ k HUNTER .
Have uw elated them eeWea together for the
nr.ailoear medielue' nd aunrerrl i Uayet
fill a aud vuinttv..- Bo eeial attkation devoted
to tke treatinenl of Chr onto Dieeasea. Offi ee
e a North street, forms lrooonpled by Dr. Yo
earn. ": 'm'
. ., W R4L8TOJT, ,
JI WELLER and Sllrer Smith, one door West
1 of Potter'a Drug Store , Ashland, Ohio.
Gold and Steal Pens, aid A eholce variety
f Jewelry kept eonataatly on hand.
fllghe jt piloe paid for old Arid and Silver.
Repairing done to order,' on reasonable
terms Betisfaetoruy waranteti.
' BfiRosj or tooth.
AQtatleman who suffered for yea a. from
Nervous Debility, Prematura decay, nd 'kU
the effects of youthful indlaera(iod, will, Yor
'he awffering humanity, en d free to aU Who
need it, theieelpe and direetionsfbr making
the simple remeay py wn (on y e) yii eared
offerers wishing to proBt TTBe a4rerteer
experlenoe, eaa do jo by aoTdr1 sting
M . JOHN- B. OODEN,
-Re . lSOhamberr flt;,'(ew York.
NOTICE Is hereby given that the Partnership
neretotore easirng oetneen . it. a v, v. uunp
bell, bo S been dissolved by mataal consent. .
' .v f,aimaeeB - '
All person Indebted te the above Arm, are
et meeUy requested to cell and auks settlement,
' ' ' ' 'ft C. C. CAMPBELL. 1
"Suppose I were to tell you that I dos-
pise the Pope and hate the Papists, and
detest the Irian (Jatholio votiof; cattle,
who swarm around our poll at, election
timet " 1
The Donglasites depend upon the faith
fulness and ignoranoe of their Irish Cath
olio element in the next eleotion. All
that was worth .bavmg of New Xork
Amerioanism and Know'" Nothingism
joined the RoDublloan cartv week aco."
"lbs real cause ot tbe war most De
traoea to we inpuence oi wortniets tor
eigners over the press and the delibera
lions of lh Government In all its branch
es. Response to tbe Message' of Goy
Strong, of Massachuselts, by be Aesem
bly, Jone,18J4. jrr.r
"If I had tbe power. I would erect
gallows at every landing place in the o'rty
of New York, nd suspend every cursed
irishman as toon at he steps upon our
shore. Remarks of Matbew L. Davis on
receiving the news of' the Democratio
triumph in New York, in 1856 f ' '
, "It U our opinion, as our reader . well
know, that no man of foreign birth should
be admitted to exerolse of the political
rights of an : American citisen. Albany
19 Who care for taxes f at the Red
ioal said tin Csngresa,. whea thy voted
to raise .yieir own pay lo vpuuu year i
larTh dar of eloettoa i near at
hand, ; The ma is shor There'
much to do. 'Be abont it. . ' u.. ,f
Cleyeland . Contention SpeecU
of Gen- Tliomaa wins;, Jr. '
In response to oallt from all sides Gen
eral Ewing appeared upoi the stand and
was introduced by the President, saying :
If yen have any cheers t give yon can
give them. Loud cheers greeted tbe sug
gestion and Uen. Swing, who 'proceeded
to "address the Cbnvention at great length
on the political topioe of the lay. .De
taia tney naa ajoeiabied to consult as to
their duty and action in tbe impending
political oonflict. He owad allegiance to
no political paty, Dtjt to toe oountry aut
its laws.. Before the war many ot them
had been Republicans, many ' of tbem
Demoorats, with varying opinions on the
uestion ot slavery. That nuostion was
deoided in the contest of i860. At the
olose of the oon'test eleven States with
drew from the Union, anil tbePresidont
called bpon tbe people to, come forward
and suppress the revolt. The call was
promptly responaea to oy democrats, lie
publiosns and Ball and Everett men ; and
after four years of war the . rebellion was
suppressed. What bound us together in
that oootliot of arms f Not - hatred of
slavery J for on that question we differed
flot lor love ot war; for we all desired
peace, dot natrvd ot tbe southern peo
ple ; tor tbey were our countrymen. No
it was the sentimort of nationality, the
determination that tbe Union should be
preserved and made perpetual. That was
be only purpose ol tbe war known or reo
gniaed by tbe army and navy of tbe
United. States. It was the sentiment that
raised all our armies, and tbesouj of them
II. ii either army nor navy, ndr
bad any other purpose. Lido Jo adhered
throughout the war 'to that purpose.
wnen it was seen that tbe rebellion was
staggering, and about to (all, tbe lladi-
cam oegau to coosiocr now tne contest
would be wound up so as to perpetuate
their power and promote their sectional
theories and interests. A month after
the amnesty proclamation of Linpoln they
piescnlea their plan ot reconstruction
through Uonry Wiuter Davis, declaring
the Southern btstes annihilated and re
qqiring their readmisBion the same as
Territories. Lincoln refused to sign it,
and tbey then opened 'thoir assaults on
htm the ssme as now on Johnson, and for
precisely th? same reason. A Conven
tion was called at Cleveland to denounce
Lincoln's plan. The speaker here read
the call for that Convention, which he
said sounded like a blast from the biieli
of Greeley or Forney at the present day
xne tame men are now threatening to inv
peach Johnson. The Came med Who etood
by Linco n then stand by Johnson now,
with the single exception of Mr. Lane, of
Indiana. . ihe Presidential canvass bame
on; and the parly that had carried on the
war met in Convention at Baltimore and
renominated Lincoln by acclamation .
That Convention passed a resolution
drawn by Hon. H. J. Raymond, declar
ng mat tho only pondition ot peace and
restoration were tbe surrender or (be rep'
el army and the return of the Southern
people to their allegiance. Tbe Radicals
bung od tbe skirts of the war party, and
tbeicby secured thoir ro election. Bat
nothing daunted, they renewod their on
slaught uu tho President. In Ihe light
of this recital, is it Johnson or Congress
that has fumed traitor to the Diincinles
on which he and Lincoln and Congress
were oleoted f Congress still wishes to
blow tho embers ol war, while Johnson I
desires peace. They will htve no peace
exaept on terms which scours party and
sectional dominion, wbila Johnson dtuires
union on the basis of tbe Constitution.
Tho secessionists drove the States uto
rebellion by tbe dreaded cry of Abolition
ist, while the Radioals kept the Union
asperate by tho still more dreaded ory of
traitor. That ery had no terror to the
soldiers. Tbeir path taken on entering
the army bound them to preserve tbe
Union by every means in their power
They owed allegisnoe rather to the Con. ,
stitution than to philanthropic theories,
however right. To save that Constitution
tliey wjre ready to strike hands with tbe
Demooratio patty, and labor with it to
long at it remained true to the Union.
The speaker' discussed at length the
question of (he constitutional amendment,
holding that we will look' in vain for tbe
8outh to vote to degrade 20.000 of their
ablest men, or to sirrrnder one-fourth of
their representatives as a penalty for re
fusing suffrage to tho negroes. The Lou
jsiana Convention intended to make rulers
oi tne nqgroes and Have of the white,
In) when it re assemble will probably do
it." If so the army ' with which. Grant
split tbe JJonfederscy in two would . not
be able to preserve order. Anarchy would
ensue, , and probably another civil war,
whose asbea would oover the foundation
of tht Government. '
Uen. Awing elaborately argued the
various constitutional miestions at length.
being groeted with great applause, and at
tbe close with loud oheersand the thank
of the Convention, which resolved to pub
lish the speech in their proceedings. ,-,
"' ." " r. . .,
General Butler, in a late tpeech, tail
that he 'preferred a white hearted black
taped nan to a blaok hearted white
I Tf to la nnl nn.(tt ttaltail
The PreaWent And Congreu.
TBE PATRIOTS jtJTB BE-
BOEU FOR JoBJrSjajr.
KLLITART FRAUDS FOR C0SQSES8.
' 1- w'! J-.v ulr ; "0 '
The foildwlng list of true, tr'tod and
gallant soldiers have all. expressed tbem-
selves in favor of the President's policy t
GEN. U. 8. GRANT," "
GEN. WM. T. SHERMAN, i i
GEN. W. 8. HANCOCK,
-GEN. QEO..B. MoCLELLAN,
GEN. JOHN A. DIX, -
' ' GEN. ROBT. PATTERSON,
GEN. G. A-OUSTER, :
" GEN L. II. ROUSSEAU.
GEN. WM. MoCANDLES3, ' .; 1 .
UJSN.-Figi'JfiKLXLJS, , . .
GEN. A. D. MoOOOr, '. ' (
GEN. G. W. CROOK,
GEN. DAN. E. SICKELS,
' ," QEN. J. X. M'CLERNAND,
GEN. D.N. COUCH.
. GEN. W. K FRANKLIN.
UJill. W. XV. W A fill till, ' '
GEN. PHIL. SHERIDAN,. '
GEN. T. L. CRITTENDEN. .
gen. o. b. Wilcox,-'
GEN. J. 0. McKIBBIN,
' GEN. FRANK BLAIR,
an 4 a hundred others, whose name we
oau not now call to mind. -'-
' NOW LOOK ON THIS PICTCRI.
Among the few who support tbe Rump
Congress, the following are the most
prominenf. : ' "
GEN. JOSHUA T. OWENS,
GEN. JOHN-POPE :
GEN. J. W. GEARY,
COL. J. W. FORNEY.
GEN. BEAST BUTLER,
To whom may be added Gen. William
H. Gibson, at one time State Treasurer ;
Gen. Martin Welker, Judge Advocate
of QLjp, snd a great many more of just
such patriots at d heroes.
We might add here, for tho benefit of
all concerned,' that four of the above
worthies, Forney, Thomas, Welkor and
Lanman, never smelt powder, and are,
nice uwens na ijeary, renegade Demo
crats. The balanoe are of no earthly ac
count, and are oily distinguished for
bompast, ineffioiency and cowardice
Uolmet Uovnty Farmer.
rgeSnakM nd Antlqamclan
1 Bematna. .
A Chcfjues, Davis County, Ioaa, cor
.wpuuucin, writing us on ousmesa, ssys
that he has reliable authority for atating
that a roan in Apanoose county, in (liat
staid, itiieq, tn June, two snakes, one a
which 'measured eieht feet nine innhn
and the other sixteen feet four inches in
length. These reptiles are of the species
called bull-snakes. The man ' who killed
them had a severe encounter with the
larger nionster before be succeeded in
dispatching hint. Qur correal ndent fur
that addat. . . ' 1
"Some rear s'eo. a man while hini
111. - T . -n. A. .
tt.u wiuo iii iBmoinss itiver, in vra
nolo county, obtained a lawbook oi- some
animal, which measured bine jpi eight
nfini j ins neason, aDOtaer
mar, while fishing in the tame spot, drew
from the water what is supposed to be a
tooth, which I ssw myself, about two feet
long and four In diameter. I am well
acquainted with these fUhoruren, and oan
vouoh for the thuthfuloess of their ttate-
mnt .i ..- ' '.
prefers Southern Silver spoons to either.
It is a good joke to lea the Radical!
now, who were Know Nothings in )851
attempting to get the Irish vote.' " Won't
r o d . - " -
alk into my parlor, Mid tbe spider
i fly.? J ' '!
-TT:. A Payable Hit. i :A
The President, In Kit Detroit speech,
made the following capital hit at the Rad
ical Congress fur increasing their own
talaries;' He 'said: ' ; ' .
"He had stood as the Tribune of the
people ih defense of the people's rights,
and he would oontinne their defender.
Have 1 hot, he said, been elected Presi
dent by you J A. voice "That's 125,
000 a Jear." ,, Oh indeed 1 That is
what ynu give your Tribune, is it f
Ubeers Let me call your attention to
this. 7 I tin not afraid to talk to the
American people, and all the little fel
low they put into crowd to oall out
eatch-wordsj with a view of creating dis
respect; I care not for them. The whole
kennel has been turned loose upon me
long since, their little dog Tray, and
Blanche; and 8weet Heart all have been
let loose,- yelping at my heels for the last
eight month. . Cheers The whole
pack of slanderer and calumniators had
better get but of my way. Great cheer
ing. I tell them that tne American peo
ple are taking hold of the questions at is
sue, and when tbey ' begin to consider
them, these usurpers and tyrants, because
tyranny can be exercised more effectually
by two hundred and forty-two men than
by one single man cheers I tell them,
ii win oe Detier ror mem to Keep men
s'mtll boats near shore, f Continued obeer-
ing The people sre being 'wakod up,
and when the honest, intelligent and pat-
riuiio niuBBB mm w me rescue, toe
whole set of them will be destroyed. But
it was said here that I, the Tribune of the
people, was getting 125,000 ! bnt I ask
this question, hae it been increased sinoe
I csme into office f Cheer' and cries of
"No, no." . ' . : -'
"But let m tell you what Congress
hss done; Tbey changed their pair sine
they came into power. ' Yes I This Con
gress that hss sssailed and attaoked me
for the faithful discharges of my duty
When tba citadel of freedom was attacked
cheers yes, thisimmiculate, this pure,
this people loving, this devoted Congress
finds it cenvenient while they ware 'in
power, to increase tbeir pay nearly double.
Great cheering and hisses Those who
live in glass houses should never throw
stones. Cheers Yss, this immacu
late Congress inoreased their pay nearly
double, while at the same time tney were
magnanimous enough lo vote 150 for tho
brave two year vetorani ol ths war ; $50
bounty for the men who shed their blood
snd lost their limbs in the defence of the
country. ' For men mutilated and disabled
from work for ever, this immaculate Con
gress gives 150 while they double their
own emoluments cries of ihsme re
ceiving (5,000 a year.', Jast pocket that
as you go along. ' Cheers and laughter.
They reok'ooed with some sagacity in the
premises, tbey feared that there would be
this uprising of the people, and that it
would be the very last grab tbey would
have at the publio purss. Cheers I
trust ip you, and trusting in you, I say
let tbe whole Congress come. Relying
on yon, I moot tbem single-handed and
alone. In tbe words of the poet, I ex
olaim : ,, .,., . . '
"Come one some all. this reck shall Ay .
From its Ira baas as soon as I." Cheers.
fly Policy. j
We hear much said about "my polioy ,"
at a certain class of politicians term t,hs
President's definition of bit position, )ul
wbiie muoh.is said, there eeems to- be lit
tle knowledge of what "my policy" con-
sista .among those who art the- loadast
in oondeming jt. In view of these facts
we propose oncny to explain the Drinoi
pal point in the President's, policy,, T; !
"My" policy" is to restore . the Union
which Washington end Jefferson ft'tehded;
To heal Ihe wounds of the 1 country,1
and restore it to the peaoe and prosperity
whioh made it tba envy of tba world
To oomplete tht great work for whioh
our aoldiert fought ). lL ' '
To make "the Union, now and forever,
one and inseparable ,
It not Winy policy"', worthy of the tup-
jort of tyery.trua-pttriotf oonJ f.t
t ' i i I in
tor, Tht high prioe of every thing that
is eaten or worn u particularly attnbutd.
bla to th severe and oppressive taxation
to' whioh the land is tubiooted. Remem
bering this tut, now many will vote for
the irreedmen'i Bureau and other ex trav
ogant measures oi the ,. Jaoobinav which
swell the taxation and high price.' allu
ded to T Is it not time tbe white labor-
art of tht North were not rolattod from
supporting lo idleness the blacks of tht
South f t Shall tho Radioals tuooeed in
billeting tbem. a a priveloged e'tas upoa
nepupne treasury r
Arnjy and Kavy ' Against
the BadrcftU- '
While tbe'' Presidential party .fas at
Trenton, New Jerseyj Secretarj Seward
took great pleasure io calling the atten
tion of the Publio that the Army and the
Navy of the country, represented by
General Grant and Admiral ; Farrsgut,
were with the President and against the
Radioalt. Httaid) t ": - i
"Yon tee before you General Grant.
Cheers. He represent the army; he
has done his duty, f Cheers You tee
before you Admiral Farrsgut ; he rep
resent the navy. Cheers He has
dond his duty." f Cheer ! You tee be
fore von the President of tbe United
States. Tremendous cheering. He he
done his duty. fRenewed oheers I It
only remains for' the people to do their
duty, and the work of 'restoring Ihe fra
ternal union or ineee otatet to auapio-
iously beguHwill be tnumphantly com
pleted." Great applause -
The Radical press have been diligently
attempting to explain away' the preseooe
o( these heads 'of the' Army and Navy,
until of late their espeoial idols ; but the
effort is unavailing. These offioers would
hjive taken no pari In tljS ppljrTcal pageant,
except' for te desire lo support the Pres
ident (n his reoqnslruotion polioy. Xhey
would not suffer themtelve to be tytt
inatioaliy referrec) io by Mr; 8eward, in
language such as tbe slovsif they were
not .lbars with the ,expri design of
eonntenaocing and sustaining MriJnhn
.,: Tba Wide,. Soliloquy. V;
( . , I 'I jM.tli.l . . i I
Here I am, with five ..children to 'tup-
port ; (heir father died in the army. '
Have to wash all day and sew halt the
night to get a scanty living. " ''-J :
Ob I. now my wgers aohe and nry eyes
pain me., rA , tr V.T,
- vongressestablisnes bureaus torthesup
pott of fat, lasy iregroe, tut no bureau is
talked ef for my puor iatherlee children.
Uy bnsband was a white man, and thev
tell me his place at the election will be
filled by negro, v.-.. .' .'".. iv
X wish l-bad a vote. ,.
I would cast it for tbe Government tnv
husband died to maintain. ' , ,
I don't know how it is. but tbcv toll
me the rebellion was put down and Union
preserved , ttnd tben tbe (Joagrestmen at
Washington say (be Union is divided, and
can only be restored by making negroes
equal with white people.' '' v '
Xbey ttt tbe negroes iroe, and now tax
white people to support them. '. . i
I can't understand why I am eomnalled
to work for a living, and negroes ars kept
at publio expense. " ' ' '
ilow my eyes do hurt.
Tbe tariff bill will make me par fifty
cents more for a pair of shoes for Thomas
a dollar more for a dress, ten cent a pound
more for eoffce, and make all the goods I
onvs ra oay mucn nigner. . - -
I have hard time ahead. .!; i
Tbe tariff won't increase the prioe of
nour, poik, pottloes, snd such artioles u
the farmers raise, which is one consola
tion to mt. v -
If there wasn't to many officera, and
they didn't get such high eslariet, these
high tariff would not be needed. ' .
" I most wssb to morrow for the income
tax assessor. It will be a herd day's
work. : . '
1 He! will Py no fifty cents f
Be ofa four dollars a day for tax. as
sessing. ' " ''
I work harder than he doee.
What will I do with tbe fifty cents. '
Sussn needs a dress, bat I can't buy it.
We have no batter j "
noooneej , 1
Poor Willie is siek. I must snend the
half dollar for mcdioioe for him : ' bnt
. . ... .. .....
arugs are taxed so bigb, it will W bnt
little. - " ' !
I don't know what to do.
Winter is coming, and we have uuih-
iag ahead to prepare for it. ' '' ';
ihe Postmaster sayt we cat ge to the
poor-house. ,v-i ;
A poor-nouse for tne wives and fami
lies of soldiers. ' ' 1 4
A Bureau for Begroes. ' 'I
If wo were nogrocs the Gcvcromett
would care for us. , . ,fi, .;.,. I
Things sre not fixed right. , .
We hste a white population and blaok
Congress.' t .' i 'V 1
The DODulatlon ought tn he mad hfank.
or the Congress white! . . ; , '
But my candle has burnt out, and I
must retire1 to my herd, bed for a little
May God proteot us, aioc we are for
saken by those who took away my hue-
ft ' 1 .1 . m .1 m ' . . . ....
nana sn'i me istner or my neiplcss child
ren, v.;'.'-.: ' tr,fW: 1
Forsaken by those who induced him to
volunteer. , 1. .1 .11 , .
Forsaken by those- who promised io
care for us in hit abseqoe Zopes C
Ten thousand dollars wereyotod Jy
Uongrees (to a young woman to pake
but) Of Mn Lincoln.' She never made a
bust before, except of "'herself naked o
theWklst," according to Mrs, Swisshelm,
who further describet ' her is a lady "h
calls upon Senators and Representative
at their lodging.". . . . . . - I -
That's ths way the money goes,
Pop goee the weasel
it flomoeratla 'ratfitatA'' " '
Ohio will adhere in IhelTprssent and in
tbe future a in the past, with unfalter
ing' fidelity and firmness to tbe organis.
tiop of the Demooratio Party, and to it
ancient and, ;jpll fettled painciple ar
enunciated by .Thornu ..Jefferson, th
great Apostle ol American .bemoeraoy,
and as acknowredged and abeepted by the
party from the foundation of the GovernJ
ment aid especially of equal taxation,
and representation of all State aubjeob
10 iaxauon"""-"- - 1
'2, 'JtciolwtJ That 'tne one great anea-
tion of th day id tht immediate and un
conditional restoration $f all the States to
tne exercise ot tneir rights within the
Federal Union under tbe Constitution :
and that wo will cordially and actively,
support Andrew Johnson, at President of
the United States,- in aU necessary and'
proper mean to carry ; out Jii polioy as
directed to that end ; And especially to
securing immediate representation in tho
Senate and Uonse of liepresectatives, to
tbe eleven , State from which it la now
unconstitutionally and arbitrarily with
held, unreason the degrading condition
of inferiority in the Union, and of negro
political ana civil equality enforced by
the Federal Government.
8y Resolved, ; Thai for tht mtwee
above let forth, ki trill cordially co-optr.
U in jntUia itueiingi, convent tone and at
the potu, wul 0,11 mm, mthomt reftrenc
to pait party poit.tms, ufto Aoaeif ly and
by their aeti and votei ah wetl at fy their
profetiioni, tvpport tht fretident in hit
policy 0 restoration a no i deelared.
, 1 1, ,, ' 1 ii ' --'
$300,000,000 to said the Aanarl
. . can Panper Hooseat
The Now York Herald yerjf justiy Myst
"The' people of this country would pro-'
fit by a law of this kind . ""
Be it enacted by the
House of Representatives, in Congress as.
sembled : That 1300,000,000 beennnally
appropriated, out of any money sot oth
erwise appropriated, to the iron and coal
interests of Pennsylvania, and the cotton
and wool interest of Ne England, in
lien oj aUstnctioa andjrnhm " -
iffs.' ' - - - lnf,;hji..,;.;i
"The foil oost of tbe bounties we now
give to prop -np these interest ii over
1300.000,000 in the enhancement of
prieisA, and h'enoe the giving of thia sum
outright would be a profit.'' J( a'-xJ "
It would, besides, be. (at, mor fuwest,
a letting the people know exacUy, what
tney give to moss cormorant -interests,
whose destiny teems to be ever to rob
Farmer. i ;
An EleelloB Fund Toied, by
Cngrea7rTratiMg the People
at Tneir Own Expense,,. Ulu
The editor of th New York Timm,1
Republican member of the present Con.
gress, and who is as conversant . witk its
business tod the reuon for it act as
Thad. Steyep himself, thus rofera io the
increue 01 mo saianea pi vongressmco
' A good deal of surprise bu been ex
eeted that Congress did not postpone
the -volt incieasiog the) pay of it men.
hers until the next session. Th reason
begins to be apparent. The extra 12,000
was needed to secure their re-eleotion.
Each member ha that anm extra. 1 to ha
devoted to this tpeoifie 1 ByrpceeV The
Radical member are thus put in possess
ion of a grand corruption luod, amount.
Ing fo something over 1300.000. taken
directly out of the1 publio Treasury,' and
distribute! among tbe member nearly
every one'pl whom js to be a candidate
Tot re-election. It was proclaimed before
the session closed that Congress must .be
tMtataeo! by tho re-election of its present
mem per , it u now clear that this In
oreaseof pay was one, of. .the; practical
measures by whicb. this result; Is, to be
9 . , t , . ..
Gonila; Bight Along!' -
' General Garfield, the Radical candidate
for Congress In the 19th District, made a
speeeh at Toledo on Ihe 22d nit, in which
bsid: :-'.') Ui ri;,V
"I believe thai we shall never be right
in this country until we declare that every
son-pf man of proper age. an,d not oonyist
ed of atiy crime, shall have anr equal
voice in saying who shall rule him." '
""MrVWelker sgTeW VUn'iin," Both
arc in . favor 'of negro lunragc. 6 a al
occasiobs they Toted ior it in Uongress.v
"' The Republicans enjoy the diiti notion
of being tbe first party that evsr mobbed
a Chief Magistrate of tho United State I
i.ixvi" I-li 0 ,.-l
vlao li soinJ eili
Till Latkbt Doa Stort. A. corree-
pondent writing from 8part,n., to tbs
ChioagOilVmea is retponaibla for the for-
lowing j "Some tune ago aausan
removed with b,i family from tljeooty
to California, aoross the plains, aud was,
accompanied by a dog 'that had been giv
en mm oy a neigbDor shortly Dorors no
started. -In due. time ths mas' ' reached
tbe lapd of gold, and settled dqwa li,op
of the beautiful Tallies' of that oonntry.
ihe dog was "not skinned with hi new
honio. Ho was lonely, and often longed,
if wear permitted to reiad canine thoughts,
to return to the bind of his pnppykood.
One morning hi master missed junkj and
never taw him again. Reoeotly, however,
he walked into hi former master! raid,
in this couety, foot-tor and weary, haT
ing crossed tbs piaias Inns UauiiraU
hero. The hair was nearly 1) tors from
hi hide, and hit feet Wr worn sad
bleeding. JWa is a tras rahj, eves U
isadof aic-'i ?!'v ,
it v ri ,1 . v. .: . ! nji:uj
, , Bonntjr Jaaaplng.:) vent
Daring (he war a bounty jompes trt .
On -who enlisted. ia; ponsidaratiaa af jS $
certain bounty, deserted and, f-oUt4 j
for a. higher pnee, and. thctf bounty t
Jumper were, by common sonHnt, ook j ,
Udered tha meanest curses outside, ot ia
side tht penitentiary. - Tyro years sg, f
Martin Wcfter tnlittedln lCpngrerf lot
three thousand dollar a yerf bai tiit ?
then he hoi jumped ths bounty 'nncf U-
County rorfutP J
1 g eni
ttsT A tpecisl'dlfpatba ' troni 1 Chtoatft
to th CSflolnnati ,Gaset,r'Utes''tbai
man by tbe nam of Lube'ntieimer,n lift
oity, being aoeued of theft, denied ths
charge, tajinc; that he' toped God would
striks hisi dead If he was not tpakfa
th truth. - He immediately foil and died.
rw , xz. , i...vrn:,:i-viT x
'!s.Tbc or four years ago tSil Dawes
1 leadisg Bupnhliosa member of Congress
from MastaehdeeUs, sx rested li belief
that in the first year of , .tha judical .
oendenoj there was a muob money itqlea
u iiefrayed the expense of, he over
meat during tha wholcrfonr. Years', pre?.
vioug Domoorata adminjstrigon. Jl jth
TUHioali did khis In ihe iaomnenaman4
of their jreign, ''whfi 'f wit bf ' ttolen, . after
they shall have had a few , years; aprP
ence ia the business L i 11'; S:. p
' This it sum In' porortion for th
mathematicians, a -'