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.JICASSffitl E?t. 6, 1865.
mVaoa kWmofc f'Ar wbsoribers
. ) : I : Mtft-U ib aonto good, dry" stove-' woo.d T
.. r J-i, ' 'M f -! ' .' '
'suit' of Mii?' :iiokyliai'iii'immeoie
lock ana urir til who may call.' c j.
lot ,,,PfW.I ' ' ' ,.;
'-atirvj ftoi yoiir'
idol. w etaok of, Hfjr GoridsJenV
CoHPOBJKm WAW.-rA, KOOd '
" "positor can bave tadj empjojijjrshi hj;
v.tV$H4fr' Congress; for
renominated him endorsed alt bis official
conduoUl T&silJ It eqWely made 6l ;
M-aaiwukw-.TtJ!! "TS".T"t i. j
ttJuWe daa tha h Abolhio
tt'pytif iiw er' endeavoring to jgitt
lrtdnD4ya tir tome otbert "Woltyed
"' ' bFobc.tt 'idresg their Club .Meeting.
1Hj ii;v; " 1 ; ;
'' :l!fl'T6aotty'-tbe' tiifio'of holding Ihe
UHtWill Sail! bat ben changed to
tftf U.Wtata6r;i'' 'wi;1"!"1" 7M
J-i..! t.n'ti nit i 'i ;
" .'-'tiii WIAisho." Tbe ' well known
, tnd stiphlr lMilordy O. C. ToWNLtr,
' (till bofcfo foftb ?:4Aj1'nol;,floteV
JiatiSotii.1 tMatantie lata, wiwn 3
DEMOCRATIC CLUB MEETING 1 1
.Hili :i .n.iUJ.,'4 1 mil 'i uti-ir .l ' : fi-
"J1 Yba Monlgomeryjtoifnsblp' Pemoeratio
6lab will meek' ai tht uft t,i.
TWo Ball, Friday Eri'pg, Sept. 28tt,
: tot will be Mtotefl ;
, ; M. JOHN B.;Y0UNGt,:: r
our candidate tot Coogtert, and "'
'Let tbere be a crowded houso, : ' 1
I J : . "V i..i , '' . ' '
; iiiiu.WMkti jlleeciiaa: .d'o'i V'
1 Tbe i)cmooraoT of Wayne county will
bold a bwb meeting at. Wooslor, Wednes
day, Ootober 8d.. Tbe taeeliog will bo
addretsed by lieini:wMiJ2Uuoyi
Sample, YotiBg; and otber iM speakers.
Ashland Coiityialr J ' ; . :
; 'Tbere jf ai omission' tbe depart
ment of Sbeepne'-pbliehed in the Fro-
inam IiWt ;!Tbe tanej preniiunta aro. pf-
iered for twts or Thoroogh Bred ai are
.Kerei for ewes fn tbi" Second Class.
The department of Sheep 'will be under
0)0 pbargo, bf.I).(6., Templelon,. Ssqj i
...,1m' j 1 ii Kmiiir 1 ..'..lirci-t 1
pieptliij at MnnsrlcTd. i:
Theri will be a Psiuovratie Mass Meet
ipg ai Mansfield, on Saturday nt, the
SOtblnsi., w)bi.cli'.' win be' addrcsMi W
J'uJje Raqneyi Geo. Kwiag, Gen. 6toad-
mnyCol'BG-roiirry; 'and otherj.'!- This
Lift 'j..ojt- L-..-1
ii:r:oiiTo tbe Asblaid" Lsdifli "
fj-JfjIflfAflHl bas juatiretiirpstt, frepvthe
iialera Cities with a lull stock of milltn
ery and Straw eoodj, ' which comprise all
tbe novelties of Ihe Bconon; : WSlk into tbe
New "York Fancy , Slrre, opposile the
Tim pa Pjhoe, and see fur yqursclve. .
KiXUaH. '.i.iJ.j'-F. Wages
... Ur.kicHnia 1 ritut the Sinntr St
1 .- . -v-- M -. - . w-
V ' ' JWcftVrfiisWliest i'o'ibe. market ,'A1.
J v swytreliablejaadalwaytTeadytodoweirk
rrouY tec unest 10 lue coarsest., Ajiomer
VpMj p!l,n4 Bce 'tbein..', .:
W - I 'I Ml 1 ' I ' I 5 ' ' ! I
: 1 Browolcrw, tbe blaiphtmous old vil'
Itaa bf Tinucwic.' who declared, that be
. i'would lather sleep wilb a -negro than a
Botohman, or so Irbmea." was not bore
.a -pt address the Hadical meeting opin-
,py V' . i: r -i ,,' . .
i.BTAW FAitt Fo8toK0. The State
Fair bas been postponed by the State
Bosrd of Agriculture to thO lflih of Oct.
Jliffrlfofft ndd' aecusarj by toe
heavy flood and qauiage w ttauroaa
1 leading to. Day too. ti'.' ? ' k
,M(6rWnVtBsBf!"th svMiers to stand
bj Nov ,nd; binj therrfofes. .:; P'hI
; b''staoA.ij soldier wbea tbe Bounty
Bill csme up f No I How, then, cad bo
ask'tne'soldicrs to' vote for hini,.wh'n he
refnatdfo'Vo'te ,fof tbens f. flo toted fdr
r1bO iegrp; fcoijot j' blli, ' lei bim now de
neod on. the tegroet for bis re election.
r . .. :.. . .:. .T: iA ,;:,: 1
Paintiko J..G.;De(LamJc tLlsires
' to notify the publto that bo is. prepared
te do HiH kti)Js "oV peiofrn jr" do tbe most
eatonsbie 'terms'. lie is a good 'jrorkni&B,
as eaa bo sMtrttioed by oAsminiDg' the
resiJenca.of J. W. Smith, which be ro-
peony paioieu. raiiouojjo uiii;iiux
1A.1hfi Timet saystbroceMion at
. pie.kWewowouft maeung vu w - iyia,
('contained -40 feblc1e':ind',Il)'lh4iyid
uuls," and 'that 'it ym, tmifyig la (be
" extreme.''ltbcril procession oq
Kit J ridayr contaioed o.Oly'evea vehicles,
Wobflerlf that Wert nol "ferrifying in
the extreme r ;" , , ; "
i CAPITAfa 3itt BpsiNjas OottlQE O-1
The, dsngo. ofhis inslitutioo is to its past
a ummd buSiieirie iOeatiOn-.bjf j hg sie
cist attention to Book-keeping,' Ptarntn
law, bosioes correspondence,' telegraphy,
Pbnpga'phy,: iIoitioq and Parliameu.
titryAisageai. fiend for. Oolltgo QeKtster
and snsosmmof penmahsnip., Adurew,
rdwl5 rt ,Tnmp lUelbuiO.-'J!
t Ta B Aft66;XM Wtf dsyT.eB
ing, a targe n.wjH of ledieo aad geutloi
Ben aseeniblea.bli Mati AreeY'tip pitnesi
ft Hisp'Wfc ' mapaiotfc bslloon, pro
pared by some of WvIarg bojy, d hon
or flf .a,yjHtjU.M Jeii?', "h After ' vainly
attempting te'(6(ato .1,tVr?'tWt!
eime disgusted and let it fall Into the.
atoldit' tbe shouts of iIia
Club Mbitimo. Ool. M. B. Bkjkey
of Mantfiold, addressed the Club on F;l
lay evening the' 21st, Ilfi tpoko ably
and eloquently on tbe sflalrs ?f the ooun
try! pTodnolng ' arguments unanjwernlilo,
and calculated to show up the hypocrisy
and disunion designs of tbe snpportors of
the Bump Congress.' ' He dissected tbe
Constitutional amendment, and laid bare
the -plans of thise who are trying
fbtcfl them Upon the' people of the States
for the sole purpose of bringing aboat ne
ero suffrstre. His remarks, were atten
tivcly listeaed tq and frequently appl.atj'l
ed..- i 1 -
On motion of Mr. Kenny, a vote of
tianks was tendered V Col. pickey for
hit able and eloqaent address.
"On motion, the Club adjourned to meet
on Friday evening, the 28th inst ...
D. BBYTE, Pres't,
1 J. M. Landis, Sec'y. 1
.'.,.' Afte:WtxsB'.moeUog P Sat
Ordny night, a lot of drunken boys as
woui be young men, made a bon fire
near the Town Hall. We understand
that tbe editor of the Timet sU pieseqt
Sod urged the "boys" iff tteal the- boie.,
to make (he fire, and to rps .tba Firc
Boll, in order to being out the oitigcna to
see wliaf he and Ihe boys ?ero 'doinjj.
The Firemen were there at tbo rst tap
of the bell, and when 'hey jearned . thai
they had been fooled, wSre for ''olesriin!
put" the Abolition crowd, who begged off
by saying that Jeff. Lad urged them to
a,o"tt.;'; yhi.';.gai!,qt; rno,'. aft.
getting the bnys Into trouble,' placed his
cowardly oaroass out of harta's way, anq
thus esoaped the castigatian he 9 riohly
deserved. Qnp. of tbo Firemen bad
"eorimmage" with a Radical, bat we bc
bere tbat thore was "nobody hurt." Th
Fiicmcn ire justly indignant i such onni
duct nnd if It Is repeated, there trill bt
tomobodt fiirrt m 11 1 ' ! ' 1
l! 1 1 ipcclatofrn 5
Try agaio, boyt.
height, Wm. Byroidtbf lIT.t
J, Will j-ie 1 Spamni entertain.
V .ftp To WW tttueday nM,
ifr"Iwb-A,ibtp-tig. world, ftttd
-tW oMiiUI,,idoxiJt9a!-f be a
Sfi'.m' yelovsrsof sport
'.'The Lost Cause." We would mor
earnestly call tbe attention, of the readin
publio to a New HUtoty just -issued by
Ei B. Treat & Oo., of New York, bearing
the above title, by E.--A. Pollard of Va
who, as editor of the.Riohmond Examio
er, during thp tar, had. iaoiVities for ool
lcctipz staiistios .whioh no, other writer
bad access to ; the work has all been writ
ten since the close of the war, and wo
belicyo will nieet with a oorJial .welcome
Irom all wco iov ana seot atur toe trutb
Agents are now canvassing for it snd jre
tope It will ( Continue to meet with the
patronage it merits-.' As far ai It (ias been
,mruuuccu it mi. oaa a large sale,, per
rons ot all political Sows, patrotise it.
A Few more Eoorgctio young men can
have ohancss to canvais fpf tbe work . by
applying immeaiaieiy to .1
J. M, WltKlBON,
Box, 175. ' " Ashland, 0.
Br rAEMEH's . , advertisement i
oroftded out this week, but if you wsnt to
get bargains', you would belter call at bis
store. No. 1. Town Hall, ,He,hea aspka
I Dry goods.
19 Mabiin Wilkeb, the disunion
candidate. : for Congrcu ut.thit District
made a.speeoh oti.tba;,j9wajHeiL on
Baturday eTeing Im, Ihe, crowded
sfa'te ofiotr Oolumni'prsoiades as noticing
bis sposon this week, 'but wo will do so
next -r .
The PemooratiK County: Central C
mittee. aaaouoees tbo Mlowingiaoetings,
in Atblad" County, and invito pery
Pemoorat and Conservative Republican to
attehct' Our 'country aut our litertfcs
il . i 1 1 1 . l Jill" 1 kl
reqiiuv mai m biiouio wurt uuugciitiy
from now until the 2d Tuesday ot Goto.
ber, and if every nan does bis duty; Our
labors will be crowned -itl glorious 'vio-
tory.' The Committeo would request
Democrats (n the" -ttoinityor the" prates
Hawed belo-f to tnske neeeSsaty'airaiige
njcqlsjqr paving a gond atte80p,ce,S t '.'
LAFAYETTE,; Thursday evening, Sept
27. Speakers J 11 Jones and AH)
MEICKlSchool Douse, Iko townJ
ship F riday evening, BeptM8. &peak
ere J P Bovor W 0 Porterl'1-1
CORY'S School Doubp, Perry township,
Friday ievening, Bcpt 19. opeakers
J P Devor J P Cowan. f
CENTRE Sohool Home. Jaokaon town-
Bhip, Friday evening, Sept 28. Spcat-'
rarsiT YMeCray, J E Chase and;
. V !Mln - ..... -T ,,, - 1
WILSON'S Bobool llouse Vermillioa
township, Baturday evening, ocpt ay.
onealcers -J O Jones, it 01 (JamppOll
add John Peterson- '2'.-. "il.
MIFFLIN, Mondity eveninir, Ootobtr 1st.
Speakers T J Kenny, J r Devor and
WO Porter; '-' ! ' .. ' 1
STpHL&ES School House,r ; Mohican
township, Wednesday . evsBiogq Sep
66. Soeaker j. D Jones. .; 1, ,1
tROY CENTRE; .Thursday afternoon,
bept 27. Speakers Hon J U ouog
j -si ' '- " ' ' 11 i
ROW3BURG Friday afternooo. Soot
28. Speakers J B Young and R M
Campbell-..' :. . t. , '! t I
LOUDON VILLE Saturday - nfternboti,
Sept. 29. ' Spfakers Judge '0 W
Geddcs, T J Kenny and H S Koopp
JEROMEVILLK Monday eveninu, Oct
. 1. Hpoakora It H tampbell .and H
S Knnpn. m.-.., M v: :,.: 'o- I
RUGG LES CENTRE Tuesday eveninc
Uct. 2. Speakers J V Jones ana j
E Chase. - . -4 WU'd Oii I'
LAKE School. House. Clcarereek , Tp
Wednesday cyitnirfg, OoU 3, 1 Speakers
-J KUhi( and li Jf flolson.' !
ORANGE Thursday pYe'ning, Oct. itb
. Speakers J I' Dover, and J a ijbase
PERRYSVILLE ThursJar aftetuooB
Oct. 4. .Speakers R M Campbell asd
Col M R Dickey.
0. SpesKers-jude M n -ueaurs
and M May.
IJAY.ESVIL.LE, Saiurdaj afternoon Oet.
6.' 8peakers-Jodge Q W. Geddu,
TJ Kenny and M May. , . ". U,
ROSEBERRY'S Sohool Houso, Monday
evening, Dot. g. Beakcrs JJr 1 h
Crane and B. E.-Nelsou. " '- " 1 1
McKAY Green township, Monday eve.
: a m t, I T Tk . Tl
. uci. o. opeasers o r uevor, a m
Campbell and W 0 Porttr. -
WELCHES School House, Weddesday
evening, Oct. 3. Speakers it M
' Campbell and W 0 Porter.
SULLIVAN CENTER, Thursday eve
Oot. 4. Speakers T J Kenny and
J V Jones.
POLK. Friday cvenlne. Got. ft. Sneak
tsR M Campbell, IV fl Porter and
J I'j Uhase. i
ilRVTE'S Sohool . House, Montgomery
tp, baturday evening, Uct. U : speak
wWO Porter und J P Pevor. ' I
PKRRYSJJURG Monday evening, Oot
8. T J Kenny and y u WeUarty.: .
FRAUNFKLTKR'S School House Mool
goniery I ownship, Saturday evening
ocpt. J. .Speakers J I-Dover an
ii 1? v.:i.,'
it li xioisun. , r
liy order pf the '
. CENTRAL COMMITTEE.
Tbe following perfons havo paid the
amounts opposito their names. 00 sub
soripticn to the Union,' during the last
wees, eoon ot woom will accept our
ajks : , .. . ,1 1
J. Blriycr, JeromeviJIe........i,5()
)x. J. Ji. Jf. Sampsel Post Offi6e...5,00
M. Smalloy, Nankin....... 1.1,00
W. Chcsrown, Jcromeville . 3.00
J. Sharripk,Nanki'nijr.."i 2.50
S. Gibson,' Ashland.... 6.00
i f.'l iiiuUlV'
W"W nove news of (hs'rel
clcotion in, Vermont. - Tbo State has giv
en a larger Union majority than ever be
tbro I 'i here is a gain of 5,000 over last
year. All the' Union Congressmen are
eleotedl bvtry State Conatorji Ubion
ana neany every Representative Jtf
waktmed- rather than itrepglhtiud Vic
Mr. ft'mei, yofir crowipg was iaithor
premature, as tbe azures will show,', and
yonr prediction about Jobotonisni is erro
ncoui Below we give the official yole, ta-
doa from the New tort Tf&unt r.'i- ,1
Dilllngbam, fRad ) 26,67.1 yl.ml)
The Radisal iMjority in 1865 was 18
789,- in 1800 it Is; 10,229 j i loss jf ,f ff,
, "Tbia result 1 indicates with nnerrtn
osrtaloty what Wo may expect at the Fall
l -IT .11 ,J .
oiaeiiont everjwnaro. ,.1-..
Thn It tree.' The Bads . lost oyer 8
000 is Vermont, and tbe result "iodieates
what tti may expeot at the Fall ereotloiis
ovoiywhOTo.'fr)lf on tbe b.stl,
"The Negro Bettrv tbe ralui.f
The Bump Congress Vo'lsJ NEGRf)
SOLDIERS who served TWO yeevs
TBRKB HUNDRED DOLLARS
! The Rump. Cnngreta voUd WniTE
SOLDIERS- who' harJKcrved THREE
yeaMONB ilUNDliSP,DJOLl ARB
teOWNrmioi :t u-.n 'S!t.-sw
fled; Grant' termed Butler Battled
Up Ben", on account of bis uselessnets
in tbe army. He is the sost prominent
General the Baas bare it tbit tijne. '
Negro Suffrage Boldly Declar-
The grand ,inti'Pelig V the nigger
element of this Uounty oame ou oo, iasi
Friday. At the first dawn Of day the
olatter of horsesj koos were heard, and
upon each hone might have been teen a
brave Marshal, riding to apd fro in the
streWTpj AIl W'nleidlBg
ottf oUowXIae'i aoTtiag gave Indica-
tloot of j iaud 'plesa'nj day f lit as
niggers ndj)igger tffirs ot gw Bwr
the sun hid his face for very snomei
nor did hlok.o.nt.again .unil the little
nesrro suffraeB hand . becan to leave town,
when he smiled forth as it pleased to see
that the conspirators against, ana me ae-
stroyers of, 'the. Union, had aisoanaea
without soobDJDTisBtinr tnetr ireasonaDio
designs. - The Marshal kept up their
tramping until half pasl eleven o'clock,
ooming together often.o report. Finally,
tbo delegations were collected at me umi
end of Main street and prepared tor a
are thir roraiers r" TbO Bads, tearlut
lest they should hsve none of the boys in
blue, sucoeeded, by contemptible triokery,
in. hiving ho meeting ot, 140 Soldien and
Saitors' League changed to thai day, and
consequently they expected a grsnd rally
of. the boys in blue, bul they-Md not.rally,
ae they plainly saw that tbo design of tbe
Radicals was1 to mix Them in witb'tbe ne
gro suffrage olciueo.,.bTlie marshal tbcp
began to move OUuod rather briskly to
get all the boja'whoin they could to fall
in as substitutes, furnishing them with
horses and blue overcoats to porsonato the
boys in blue. But the boys would not all
tall in, and one who did, would not until
they gave bim a rod sash and allowed him
to act as a marsb'aL At' lait -all was io
readiness, and the immense (?) caravan
began to move forward, It was beaded
by the Ashland Band, followed by a very
important but inferior looking' creature,
covered all over w'jlh'brass bittionS, wb
scted aS p6mipahier-tn-6bicf or the "cav
alry.1',' Thou ;()ama"tbe' cavatry,. wbioh
consisted pi top, privates, end uttegp mar
shals, acting lieutenants, making twenty-
six in all, and wera designed to represent
me twenty six otates in tne xtaaicai un
ion. Immediately followinz thesb was a
Sfion,' drawn by eight bors'ts, laid con
taining six young ladies, four boys and as
old, faded Fremont flag, 0 sixteen stars.;
oeii was a wagon con.aining inree voierq,
four niggers .and a Radical flag of 26
staj-s: then ciute two wagons and. three
buggies. This constituted the entire pro
cession, which moved slowly ihioogh ihe
t . r. I- V, t' U , ". . l
pincipsi srrpeis, ana wnicn tpox just o
seconds to pass a Blvcn'point. '. When thj
piocesstoq, passed up.stfeef tb Qrat time,
Pnl Timlin wmm tiAnr.l In mlminmA in
t ot disappointmoilt, "my God, where is
Huggles 1"" when Judgs turtrs who 11
noted for hs poetry, originality and mil-
sio, sang out, "wo, ch, varo is mine little
Troy pcen gone?" Captain Bushncll
looked forelorn,' and. as.he rashed down
street, muttered, "that beats me; the
soldiers have left us (ool' The order
was then given to disband, when the
brass buttonsd' Eentltman oalled iri thun
der tones to the cavalry, "By thi right
file, march I" whioh proves at once that
all wno wear crass buttons are not soldiers.
At one o'clock the people were called
together at the Town Hall to hear the
"Southern loyalists." While tje people
were gaiucnug, too iionsiiiuion ana By
Laws ol the Soldiers' Leaguo were read
and adopted by the stay-at-home braves,
as there were not enough boys io blue
present to be heard above the confusion
of the tew who were oolleflting. The adop
ticn of the Constitution completed the bu
sin ess of the League, and the people set
tled down to hear the speeches. The first
speaker, introduced was a fellow-by the
name of Stewart, who claimed td Wfrom
Baltimore. 1 He began' Vj pouring'forth
elofluenl sentences it) praWoWmsWani
the nigger delegates to thered pouglass
Convention alter which be SPo just one
boiiran Jursjqg ''President Johnaonthe
traitor." . His speech Wis full of praise of
tne orave Bigger. whoor"Gr&eld 'says
'saed our sinking,' rained republio." We
bave only space to briefly notioe a few of
bis absurd remarks. lie saya "we have
a right to interpret the Cbnslitalifjn as) ws
roe fit, for it was toe and the boys in blue
who preserved it." Eow did "we" prer
serve it f Wee it b ,lim k aitiil and
declaring that ft would do for times of
peace but was not fit for wsr, and disre
gsrd. and twprple;. it undej Jhpit. they
did? This Mr. Steward. acknowledged
when ho said that it was "a melancholy
faot that-our,,forefther.d not know
how to make a Consfitutiop, as they had
not oven defined who wore oititens of the
United States," and" hi you hear a man
say vuDiiimuuu. ooi aim tor ne u a irni.
tor." That thev da interpret the Consti.
r - I pi ! u - i , . T . . A I
, 1 .. .1. ... ' " - I '-.'.
i..n..t,J ll..' J I Tt ! f.1,. ITSS WtMt'
..... nil, KU,U UUUUl ,UQ MJf BDU hm y.., VI vyw.w f If
mey, be tey wbite or black, shall bave tnt extra appropriation! w te uoogresa-
II the rights of a eitiien under that flaz."
He says 'those 4000 negroes whom they
promised the rights of eitizens if they
would debt our battles, ire bow standins
Siflfluking if we will give them equal
rights with wbite men ss we propped."
Bt then discoursed freely as to the justice
and necessity of adopting negro suffrage
as set forth ia ths constitutional amend-
uquw. uo iuq mis, -ii wno are in
favorof adopting'ibt constitutional amend
ment as regards negro' suffrage, say aye.
tremendous shouts of aye, "these op
posed, no two noes He further said,
"They shall have no repioaenlation with
out the adoption of negro suffrage."'' We
have not room to further notieethe speeob
this wei-k.'but know we hfcvo given au'm
eient for the people to think of snd decide
whether tie Radical party 1 n, avor of
negro sunrage or not
. - , h r t k
tution as tbey seo El, is undeniable. As
to their right, we know they have it not,
but usurp it. But such is Radicalism
In speaking of ihe President's rolioy, be
saia, -Anurew tionnson nat no right to
polioy, fofjt mesas thje right rtt ptral
againettbe Civil Riahts Bill: la oddoi
the Constitutional amendment! and the
designs of tbe Freedm n's Bureau, f He
said, "it is probable that the rope which
was made to bang Jeff Davis will at last
hang a greater traitor, Andy Johnson, II
he attempts to interfere with Congress."
We would wans the President fe'fcok ont
for the guillotine. In speaking of ths
Abolition mob and riot at New Orleans
he said there were 800 loyal men Bordered
n oold blood by men in authority bf Mr.
Johnson. He discussed the constitution
al amendments at length, and among his
remarks be said : "The amendment! are
the guarantees he Sooth must adopt bs
fore getting Into tbe I'hioiv'ahd
then when she does adopt them, we, tbe
Radicals will then only Uow,,tbem.tp
bss scratohed herself out, tet will say how
sho shall scratch herself in again,'.', . We
will out off Bout!) Caroline'! representation
until we cut that traitorous element en
tlrely off from the Union." He said "the
amendments are designed to msko all oit-
Cleveland, 0 , Sept , it;18C0.
Eds. Ahhland Union J?ear Sir$.
I hope you will pardon this presumption of
an unknown correspondent Having, for
some time post, been a patron of tbe Cleve
land H'rald, I have noticed tbe childish
and school-boy communications of a cor
respondent from your place, whose cogno
men is Bbat or Bert. "I do not know
who Brat is, but presume be must be
same '.'milky faced" tchoo) boy who is im
patient tor notoriety, ana tries to obtain
it by writing bis little weather communi
cations to the Ilernld ; or, perhaps, it is
so mo long, slab-sided stripling who has
emigrate nom some somi-purbar,ous coun-
uv, auu, aucr Euiiiuiem Buxtvitvriuic ui juuk-
lish, 'expects to study physio. ' Although
not ooreeioB with the political sentiments
of the Herald, I patronise it for the daily
newi. bclievine that it was truthful at re.
gards the inoidents of (ha' day f but J
totois that the .communication or jdbat,
bearinedatc Sept; 1 8th, was entirely witbt
out the least shadow of truth in it. Cbanc
ne to be traveltnt? homeward on tbe A,
k Q..W. B R t ob tbo 16tk ooncliidedto
stoo at your town and hear the speech of
Mr. VallaDdighara, at ll had Beyer betore
been my privilege to hear him. ' I, there
fore, was coeizant or all that took piaoe a
your very pleasant Utile town on that day,
Mow, if you please, ajllow me to quote a
few of the ftery elegant (?) sentences com.
posing that mastor communication. - Ho
sajs'i "The Democracy of -this county
"convened at this 'place on lost Saturday
"for tbe purpose of .holding a mass meet
"ing and lUta fo apoeohea from renowa-
t ed eoppers." 1 We would advise BraJ
10 contult nnbeo or some other piatu
English author, before mining pp a parti
ciple and verb as he has in the above
Further, "The procession was formed
esst of town and proceeded up main street.
They numbered forty-two wagons and
boggitt, tt.j tnd rerpoty-two yotere ccn-J
laineu in tnem, iwu uanus ui xuubib sua
two American flags, (one by the way was
a trt-oolored Suodsy School flag,) and
everything else in proportion," This
needs no comment, as it is not English,
n r oven good nonsense. Again, '(At the
grove J. B. Young, tbe present candidate
for "Senator,"' belched forth tbe princi
ples of the party." I wonder if thst
Brat is an idiot that he has not yet learn
ed that we do not eiool "Senators" in
'(!nnorlonl" Districts.'- "Jndee Ran.
ney spoke also.'' Being a personal friend
of Judge Ranncy, I know he was not
there, which st once makes the would-be-correspondenta
- i He uses the phrase
"Smelling a mipo,'' which anytchool boy
knows is a low, slang phrase and Is never
Leon id good 'English. He further says,
I'Your correspondent visited the enter
prising link city of Akron io the evening
ap,j b,ears witness to tbe lawlessness and
abicencness of the delegations residing on
the Failroad." 1 was myself on board
the train until it reaohed $ayenna, but
saw no misoondaot except from some loys
and would-be-young map who were bowl
ine for Concress and' the Negro.. and in
sulting honest rqen by applying every low
and mean epithet to President Jjhnson.
and I doubt not the infant correspondent
of the Herald was one of the most "law.
less and obsoene.'1, And I do not wonder
that ladies' tears insulted at their love
howls for the Hacks, despite the efforts of
tbe. officers to sappres them." tie also
says, "Ashland breathes a muon more
pure and frether air, and is extremely
thankful that if is rid from snob a nesti-
lonoa.V .Wonder if we couldn't , breathe
a much "more freEhnr" air if we could
get ''rid from ouch a pestiler.tial eorree.
pendent f . Ia conclusion he says, ."There
has been so" flf uch raia recently that it baa
roadered plewioftneit to Impossible, si
most, Indeed, bat few days piss but
what more or. less ram Tails." What an
elegant and grammatical conclusion 1 1
These sce.tems of the errors in use of bin
gusge, to say nothing of the outrageous
falsehoods.,. Before eonoludiag, .allow aie
to offer a w,prd of ndvieo to Brat sod all
little boyt who are anxious tor notoriety
First, go tqflome good common school and
study attentively until you at. least get
some knowledge of. plain English. And,
xuonwiien. you auemps fo wrua a eon
munfeatiob JO ooi stoop tp slang tad an
pouth ptirasct,'. and above all thing, mj
little felloW, seep truth on your side
i ' ' " '. ,v-h.q.
I ... , frUm, !'- 1
1 For the first time since tbe party was
organised, Radical Republican bu failed
to be elected to Congress froB 'Vtrmont.
When we bear this faot io niad, it da-
lights us to see the Jaoobio papers para
ding the election news under the head of
men who voted themselsee 15,000 a year
and 7 months back pay. Pat thai ia
your pipes and s)spke it, , tax'-ptyert and
The Unconditional Union Men are on
the side of tbs President, The Coodi
tional Unionists are th Jscobloa, who
will oot allow the South to retarq to tba
Union as tbey term it exoept With the
Condition that it adopts negro suffrage j
"Brick" Pomeroy esya be hope wbee
Beu. Butler dies he will be- burriJ. all
in one place. If eat up ta pound cflunka
and burned in, different cities, thieve
would grow from hit grave spontaneous
ly, as do mushroom from a compost heap.
' ''.';' ' . ' i '-. ('
A man with a blue blouse, military bat
and bine panta, went on bce,rd of one of
the Jenertonville ferry bo ts opposite
Louisville, Ky , on last. Saturday, and
banding- ten eente to the aonductot , as-
marked : "This is tbe last cent I bsnreia
the world." - When the boot reached the
middle of fie river he took off, his bat
and blouse, ' waved his band and said
"good bye, boys,"., sad plunged iota the
turbid waters and wss seei ao mors .
In a speech which ha. made. th. other
day, .O..F. Train said that Itghtaiasf
seldom strike twice In the same place
: 1. - ii- ' 1 j .t. -
vaDUUD uaiiB Beuivm paea . inniOB;a. int
same hole." Hs christened the Conven.
tion "Tbe Fred. Douglass, Parson Brown.
low Mntual 'Admiration BooiftJ of Dotd-.
uogs," amid looq laughter the audleBce
yijiiug unanimonaiy to aaopi iat nemets
Wh is !t that the BadioaT orator do
not mako use of tome arguments riq
their speeches, isatead of deoounointr the
President and the. brave soldier; who sup
port hit policy 1 Became they .' bate id
arguments to OBei.y ;t h
l: On'tbt 20tn jnst by."Bev. A..JLllr
IBS, at hif rti4sac irti.Walnutiilfcel,
Mr. JOHN ilUKU and MAxvY J,
RISSERj both of Ashland county, . i
J'n ? tiui .m T 1 r; A t
uu iua oin tun., me miaeooe pi
Mt J. Boss, by the Rot.1 A.' H.MYxfts,
Mr. M. L FIQLEY. apd. Mum.e.TA
MARIETTA, both of Ashland csuoty
f'A gterioat result."
1 Beast Butler, who voted 52 times in
Convention to nominste Jeff.' Davis for
President, it stumping fortht Radicals,
bt all in the country through, which he
passes, look pat for their ailrtr were.
1 w - "
One of the most horrible things wear
r heard of took place lately la Arkaasu.
Diok' Hempstead, a guerrilla,' was cap
tured by tititsnt. who oanrioted him of
eleven murders and then burned . him
alive io a tlow fire! Hit executioners
Were worse than the blood stai'ne'd guc
' Alfred Slocam : ' ' ' V Ashland' Ca
- vs.' ' :i " I Court Commoa
Claries Barsaoney et ai. ) ; Plea..
PurauMS to aa order sal ia the above
easr issued by the Clerk of fhtXsurt Sf
touuaon I'toai for it CountJ f Aiabnd and
Stats of Ohio, dated th 27tb day of Antra,
and (Cm directed, I wia (far (or sMa by1
publie rendu at lh door 4fa Court fleos
Friday the 12A dm of Pc(oleK 1898,
at two o'clock V' M. of taid day. ta following
described tan is and tenmnU, ts-wit t bdni
in lotjnumbtrtwutyon (11,) la Cbristepktr
njraram' aaaiiioa to ta tewa or Ashland,
Ashland Connty. Ohio. .
lernis crtale Csli.' Appraised at
.:..-.. e ' J. O BROV(y,,'8hrif.
September 12, 186tJ nolsti.
ui. ti 11 is'.' 'jtultutlT
- Admioistr.tor't Hotiee. '
NOTICE It benpy glren that lh nader
sltned baa seen ' duly annalaled and
qlifled Administrator of thuat tfMary
I oup, dto'd, lat f Montgomery Tp.
D. F. Bbcbak.ee. , M, Winbioler,
COMES OUT VICTOBJOUB I
We Venture to maty tmsst, ;
, BfiUBAKER WINBIGLER
Ar telllof two-thirds of the GROCERIES
that ar sold ia Aablaad, aad why aot whaa
they tell to ratona)l.
It would b to th adrantag at samurai
Ing Towns to bur their Qrocati a BRU
BLKER A WINBIOCER'S, th; k9 at Mw
rorx rnogs with n-aigkt added. ' ' .
Buy your Suear and Coffee at
BRUBAKER k WlNBIQLEHS.
Buyyour8.1tT.t --'1-03 ,.i'J
..: BRUBAKER t WINBIGLERS
B. & W.
Boy jour Fish, aad Coal Oil of "-' b
1 ' B.JkW."
Buy your Svrup and Molasses of '
Buy your1 Fis'b of
Buy your Wooden & Willow Ware, and
ne traveling Batktts tt C. A W'a.
Qo to BRUBAKEft & WINBIQLER'B
The ory it tbe Poo let are oing all the
i To toot who ate pine aad Coal Tar
will find it it i- V ' J : ' ' B. Jk Wa-
Whtt ta enormeas rath for tif beet
FLOUR in town at ' B k'VX
1 here yon una gust ttuit Jars tor eaa
sing fruit. ' -n a..i.jr,'
i There yon find the bmt TEA.1 aold iu
Athland' :' .!.''.il-.'IUf
Tike notice. that tbey bate the best
CHEWING ' 0 B A C 0 dlbat they
Two ear lets of 6 ALT told aad ,sie
more ont aad'. "" -i.';s.t
New .trrivaVof FLOUR aoattaatly.
. w.x 'A 'V4.1.1 .l'.A"
YANKEE N0170R3 of all kiadt
told by Brubtktt k Wlnbjgjer. ...
'1' I ,:. .(!. 'J ,h-V. ) t-Ji.t '
The klgbeti prioe, )ftyM,tfi sW.";
' . .titi .'y.ii'n il i biv. ,ti
i. .., ,:,.u.,'vV .-v
- ..I UMTfi.1
tST Farmers, bore fs tbe plaoa to -eell
your Produoi and boy your Groceries.
' BRUBAKER k WINBIQLER.
May 9, 18SS-a48
ti 1. v .-, u 'ix A oi'n nj il
At bit Store, pearlyoppeaite tba TOWV
tMri n Irne ttshj v'!?!
And fa faot, EVERYTHITQ mejlf
foaad ia a FIRST CLASS STORK
Wa invito tepscial attoatfoa t obt
Stook of ' 1
?iti ti-.Mi q itrin via siu j
t ' . , .
Wh'wk U foil aad aomploto, mbraeiof
tvryrrity andttylej aad wkiob wil
b SOU) CHlBlfftUaw, bohi,
at any Storn (bjy ptrtflf tkaiotmiry.
j 4o, fpbmdid lot 0
" "i'0 f J4 Tlk for a Vev an.
ply, f wiU Hi Goods AT CpS? f "
1 ' .
Remember tbie wbea 70a toast Io Atb.
! ' ". -
it'xi A 4'l ol "JOuos Ilia Tf
i i,l'til bn Vft la"" 0' ib(i(
I . iij Tit ei iuMjMiw (im
, Bavif Mm :,r'tzz
Quick 8Jdl nd iStettS JWrfialirsix t
Wear determiaed aet to ba ander-
snd be eonvinoed that wa eso .tell you,
tbe beat Goods for tba least lUonry, thsn '
any otbat 8tore la towa. 7