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OKORGR yfi CRIB, Recorder
JOHN IBRNB. hrmw.'i
tSRBAti MARKLB, Coroner,"
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IfOXBBRTttlTUER, I" '0. H. TOPPING;
1 tCOB CRALL, , , rj.O. JENSIMOB
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elilTel7 Bnking easlnes .Bay nd
Bttrn Exehuge d Coin; Uiioount MP
ldiTldttUeourilr. nr .n.V.'
Iflr Sell Rerenue ndPoitg Stenjif :
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j BATTLES & CO,', BANKERS.
Denier In Gold, Silver, Etrbenge V. S.Donds,
Coenrrent money, Revenue 8tnp, &c
Dltooant eppravrd pnpfr, pay lnterett on
tin depoeite, tod do ' ,;n-
; GENERAL' BANKING' BUSIES.' '.
" 'rf- T MILLER 'JTOl'SB '
(JPf 08ITE iU MoNul:j House, Ashland, O
tl. Mills a, Proprietor. Good aocommoda
Maa and reasonabl bills..
:.' ' jvcjrtLTY mi vse,
prH.MoNULTV, Proprietor. South Side ot
llaia $trreL Ashland Ohio. , ,
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'i JOHN J. JACOBS,
ATTORNEY AT Ia'w',: Ashland, OTilo. All
klatls.of busiaeu belonging to the Profca-
aioif promptly attended to. Office ; the one
. lately i oooupied bjr Judge Lsborn, on
..iJhiirsh Street, newt Main. .., 124
ilTORNKr AT LAW! West Salem, Wayre
eoonty. Ohio, -wilt attend promptly lo all
-'Winess in his profession. - Mil
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ATli)RNEV AT tAW, Ashland, O. Partie
ilr tteot.io paid to Colleoting and bu
,f iaass ia fri)b,te Court. Office on Church
itrMt, between Main and Sandusky
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. ..KEjrjrr ts Campbell.
AtTOBNBTS AT tAW, Ashland, O.i Oflioe
'da ChoreKStreet, in thebrick buildioglm
'aediaiely rtest ot Cahn's Store. .. .
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. ATTORNEY T4 LAW i Offioe over ffallaok
AadreWS'Shoe 8tore, Main 8lreet,Ash
' tend, eiiai Also authorised by the Gov
ernment to procure rension eriiuooirn
and Collect Bounty ana uaec ray
gt.f-x ... 'fc;. .
ATTORNET and Coudiellor atXaw, Ashlaad
OhW. 'Offied la lh Brick building over
Singer's Hardware BUr.
AITOEHK 1 1AW, FIRE AND. LIFE
iamiraaeeAawataad NoUrv Pobllo. Par-
, iioelar atteetien aald toooUeotlBi.Probate
kasinate, Partitiqa eaeea ana Exeoutioa of
Deeds, Hortgageaaa ueatraeis. umoein
JIUle'a Block, Second Story, Main 8trti,
,.. pf eeitathe Town Pall, Ashland, O. .,
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OrflCR Dne'oor West f , Qqaire's Drug
Btore, Up Staira. Residence Corner or con
-Jji Washington Streets, Ashland, 0...
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BtstelANf i" 8jRQE0N. A.hland Ohla.-
rariiqutar. attentioa- will be paid to the
treatment Of tue ronowing ipoll diseases:
. Dyapepal. Aisaaae of tne Liver, the Kid'
aeys, Scrofula aad Epithelial CanovVBj'
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ff rtXCtXTt BTJHOEOIf ,'AaTilkhd Ohit!
tlhos ever HughSli gtaoher'a' Store, on-
W itW'' Mil: 'ri. : I J.
Bltt,tlftt aid Silver Smith, one door Wt
' ff ,IoUer'-s Drag Start,, Ashlaal, Olia-n-V
Void and Sata4 PeaJ,a4 a eeoitevwletj
ft irelrj e 4iasUntly ea kaadk
. Ifif'ieit pile paid for old Gold and SUten
Ron-wiring J04 so odr, on feaionabl
list or mmw awarded
" . AT THI
A S Hli Ml CO II NT V PAID,
Odd October lltta, 12 Ih and
0 II 1,., 0BgEg.iJ ,
Ftrtt Clan thorough Bred.
Best talliori 4 years old tn3 eiei" ""'
eeooaa Dest go jonn Dura.A- j l .o.,w
Best tlallioa S Jri old Alexander V
Best mars 5 jrr old, C M Miller 6 OQ
Beat filly 2 yr.old, Iasiah Siglgr i,QO
Horu$ Second Clau.
Beat stallion '4 yr' old iod brer,
ThomaaSmilh -- 95,00
Best stallion 2 yr old, J Colton.. 8,00
Best brood mare and oolt, Jona-
,thaa , Dot;......i:......: 6,00
Second best do, J 8 filoan.::.:. 4,00
Best filly 3yreold,J Cunningham 3,00
2d best do 8 yr old, D Hoy 2,00
Best filly 2yrold,CMMillpr;. 2,09
2d best do, Gilbert Martin 1,00
Boat filly colt, Jonathan Doty.. 1,00
BeBt gelding 5 yr old, Robert
2d best do, J H Freeborn.,....; 8,00
Best gelding 4 yrtild, J M Boit.. 8,00
2d best do.-Q W Carry.....' 2,00
Best gelding 3 yr old, J H Fred
born .' . 3.00
2d best do, O W Cu:ry 2.00
Best gelding 2 yr old, J S Sloan 2,00
Bebt lilt v 1 vr old. Patterson Rid
dle ... ?,00
J7rt 3J Clan.
Best span goldings 4 yr old, I L
Best span geldings 3 yrs'old Norrjs'
' fVtTma'n ''
V.l MJ ... . a . ... ..f .
Best single gelding 4 yr old, K
Ewing .. .....
2d best do, John llurvcy......
Best span fnarcs 4 yrs old, Thos.
Stsfford ..... .
2d beet do, JB F Sanipsel....
iiest span mares 3 jrs old, JJV
Best single mare 4 yr old, H Can
2d bcBt do, John Shaoraek......
Iiest single buggy borse, J U
Freeborn.. ...... ........
Best trotting hone or mare in har
ness, J B Glenn 815,00
2d best do do.i....s ; 10,00
Best green trotiinor horse or maro,
,IA .Ualliorson.......-.... lDflv
Tories 6f A ' Clan.
Best trotting rorse or mare tinder
dale, II Cooper .... 15,00
2d best do, A Culberson.... 10,00
Iloriet Sth Clan.
Best sweet) stakes trottiic. J II
x Ulcnn 20;00
JACKS AND MULES.
Best pair mules, John Kisser.. $3,00
'.I ll 4 .- II T IT
. . jra v, ii n
Brat single mule, John Birser.. 2,00
llei-t mule colt, i A Smi)io.... 2,09
2d best do, John Risser - 1,00
- Cattle 1 ClduDurhanu.
Best bull 3 yr old, R A Curtis. . f 4,00
Bestyearlioi; Bull, Andrew Proud ,
2d best do, Norris Coffman 1,00
Best bull calf, Andrew l'rondfit .1,00
Bast cow 4 yr old, Win Rudd.. 5,00
2d best do do do.. 8,00
Best heifer 2 yr old, John Harvey 4,00
Coftfe 2d Clan Devout,
Best bull 3 vr old and over, Saml.
Best yearling bull, John Harvey '2,00
JJcst hciter 3 yr old, U A Curtis 4,00
2d best do, Acdrcjr Proudfit -2,00
k CMde-Zd Vtaft. ' "; '
Cron beticean fmprqved and Jfatfy'.
Best cow 8 vr old and over. R A
'Curtis ..... .. 13,00
2d best do,: ' Andrew Prondfit 2,00
Best heifer 2 yr old, Isaiah Sigler '2,00
2d best do do. do.. 1,00
Best yearling heifer, A Proudfit 1,00
Best heifer call do do do.. 1,00
., Cattle ith Clan.
Best volte oxen 8 vr old and ovorj'
., RA-Purtis . 83,00
lies pair steers 9 yr old, tt A Cur-
Best pair steers 1 yr old, R A
Best cow 4 yr old, R A Curtis.. 4,00
Best heiier $ yr old, 6 do...ji 2,00
Cattle bth Ulan. '.
Best steer 8 vr old, Saml Diofen
2d best do R A Curtis 2,00
Best heifer Z yr old, John Harvey 2,00
Best milch bow, Andrew Proudfit 8,00
2d besdp Dr j B F 8jnipsel. r 2,00
t , Sheep it Clatt Thorough . Bred
Best bock I yr old and over, D Q
' .Templeton .......It.. $10,00
2d beat do R N;Slona.er,...v, .7,00
Best yearling book, Robt Hart... -i 8,00
2d best do Jobs Oanlt... , 6,00
Best pen 8 ewea 2 yr olddo.... 10,00
2d best do James Hearst...... 7,00
Beat pen, 8 ewea jL jf old, R a .
Blouaker.'.....-.! ' 8,00
Beat 8 awa lambs. Jai Hearst.. "- 5,00
2d best do R H Blonaktr.... '! 8,00
Beat book lamb, John OanlL... A 6,00
2d best do do do.... 3,00
'; v;. j .i .
iilermot and other
Best back 2 yr old and over, Hen
ry Motter ,.,.-v 110,09
Best pen 3 ewes 9 jp old.idoba
Gaalt ..,'.v;.j,-.,i 10,00
Seeond bast; do-, Jos $ Win Boyd ' 7,0fi
Best pen jB yearng Bf eB ' IJ
Seeoni beat do, r John Oanlt.. 6,00
Best pen 3 ewetanbido ' do.. " 8,00
Seoond best dd,r V W Whitmora 3,00
Beat buck lamb, John Gauit.... 5,00
2d best do t Jos & Vfta Boyd.. 8.G0
Best pen 24 ewe lambs, J H
"4i Sheep id Clan Mutton. ;
Best buck" 1 yr old,wi.'Mtller;3,00
Sheep Sweep Slaket.
Best buck, J A Wright v15,00
Best pen o ewea, John Uanlt.... 10,00
Best litter pigs under 8 months old,
Best so over SsSrrold, L Miller
2d best litter pigs nnder 8 m't do
Best boar 1 yr old, John Kenned;
2d best do, C M Miller
FARMING UTENSILS NO,
Best horee rate, 1) W Stover.
Best fanning mill, G Stott.....
Best oorn plantar, L Miller...
Best plqver hullpr, W H Mansfield 1
Best corn "sheller, J B F Sam'psel
Best one horse cultivator, W biting,
iiouer ixa;o. . ......
FARM IMPLEMENTS NO
Best washing machine, J B Coffin
Best sward plow, n luting, Roller
'"& Co.:. ...... 2,00
Best general usepow do do.. ' '." 3,00
Best bee hive, do do.. 1,00
FARMING IMPLEMENTS NO. 3.
Best double buggy, W W Gamble $3,00
FLOUR AND GRAIN.
Best, bushel wheat, GW Riddle $1,00
do do flax eed do do. . 1,00
do J ; do i buckwheat do doj.;t )0
'" 1 fruIt."'
Best 6 quinces, Enoch Wcrtmno
do 5 varieties fall apples, John
' Patterson . ....
Bost 0 varieties winter apples John .
Fattrrson ....... .
Best 5. varioties sweet apples, Johq
Patterson ................ -
Bost grapes, Dr J M Diller....
2d bost do do do....
Best and greatest variety grapes
pr j m uiiir...j..-..;i.rr
Best variety peara, R P ffulker-V
Best 12 varieties apples, Patterson
Best i bushel sweet potatoes, J
urusb ........ ....... .
Best 4 oabbages, John 8hopbell
do 4 beets, do do. .
do 4 parsnips, Samuol Thorn-
Beat i bushel potatoes Bamuul.'
Best peck peppers, D V Whit-
Pest pepk onions, Patterson Rid
Best bushel tomatoes, C II
Bost 4 squashes, O II King....
BUTTER, CHEESE AND BREAD.
Best 5 pounds butter, MrsThomaa"' "'
Best l) pounds maple sugar, i'at
terson Riddle.... ........
Beat i qt maple man,-. Paitertoi ,r
Beat S varieties piokles, Mrs II S '
Best 5 varieties preserves, Mrs H
JJcst epeoimeu bread, J 8 Sloan..
Best double set carriage harness,
Charles nauff... .........
Best single oarriage harness, Chat
Best double set wagon harness,
Best genta saddle and bridle; phes
Hauff.. .......diploma , and
,. BOOTS AND SHOES. .,..;,
Best pair fine boots, N H Barker- $2,00
do ooane do Wallaok s, Limbeok ; 1,00
Best pair ktp booots Wallaok a
Beat nair wool or blankata. O J Da.
vis, ...v.:..,...,,.;.; J.oo
2d beat, da Mist Hannah Swina- ,
ford .;...v...'...:..;:. so
Best knit coverlet, C J Davis.... 50
do quilt do do...... 1,00
2d best quilt. , , . dq do...,.. oi 5
ORNAMENTAL NEEDLE WORK.
3 cat specimen sewing m .chine
. work, AH Rogers........
do embroidering onmuslin, II II
Best crochet mat, II H Grimshaw
Best toilet Mahiooj HIIGritoehaw. ! 60
Best ottoman oar,HH&iimshaW at 50
Beat necdla book, Miu Alma Moore 66
Best lamp mat
Best ease' ot boilnetaf .'AliatsJ Yi"f
. Wagei.l. .i.c'. . . : M
. . f'oAvr iif"!! -
Best eook skovej,.MB Deshong 2,00
BertTarlo'r stove do do.... 2,00
Best speoimen ktii flowers, Miss 51
Alma M l,0fjf
Best speoimen medley picture.
Mrs Ann .Frees. . - .1.00
Best specimen rttrd'ubota'i. Kelk ' h I
Beatpait of ducldi, Andrew Proudflt' 50
4o.dPolanitikans) d Ao.i v 50
no oo Diaox opanisn-tnicxens,
U U rung....;.....
Cost, display green house pi
Mrs U 8 Bee.
Best variety of verbenas, Mra
: ? MeKoan . 1,00
Bost variety coronation pinks
r lfnikerson ...... .
Best variety pansies, R P Fulker-
Best bequet jn vases, R P Culk-'
Best gate, L H Kerkendall..
estbaok gammon board, H H
.. . 60
Urtmsbaw ... . .
Best card case, H II Grimshow
Best quality turnips, J Shopbell
Beat z bibles, u & Hoskjns...k
Bes reaper, Wm Svriticr
do mower do do........
do . sewing maohlne, II Canfield
do 2 pairs ladies. oongress gal.
- tx, Wallaok & Limbeck.,
go - grain separator attached tp'
tanning mill, ii Stott. .....
specimen tin ware, MB
Deshong .. .
quinoe jelly, Mrs H S See.,
crab apple jelly, ' do......
toy honee, Vetnon 8loonm. .
jars peppers, C J Davis....
. frame & cross, R P Fulkerson
picture do ...
paper vases do......
winter boquets - do......
water drawer, Willis, Kauff-
man k Co . ,
Best.ect toilet warp, do........
do tin Wish boiler do.
do pump, J W Free
do spoeimeo cone work, Mies M
. . G Drumb-...
Best pecioien feather flower work,
Mise H UDrumt.. ....... .
Best reaper and mower, Whiting,
Roller A to . .
Best loose ground plow, Whiting,
Roller & Co
Beat farm bell, Whiting, Roller &
Best horse hay fork, Whiting,
Best feather flower basket,' Miss '
v.. R. M. ttAMPBELL, Sio'y,
. War npon the President.
Mr. Eliol. bf Massachusetts, seems to
be the individual, sclr-elrcrcd, or ehoson
by the majority of the House of Reprer
ncntativea to lead the onslaught npon the
f remtjent tn that branch of the Federal
Legislature. His' first move was the in
troduction of a resolution to appoint
oommitteo of frcedmen "to have charge
of all matters concerning freedmon," and
his' second to repeal the thirteenth sec
tion or thejict to puniii rebellion, which
pnrporli toconfer pardoning power upon
the President. The object of the first is,
if possible, td tno froui tho Prcsidunt the
direction and patronago of the Freedmeo's
Jiarca,aDd give it lo the House of Hep
resentativea. .The act wero notioes to
the President, given at the earliest pos-i
ble momont, that the work of' Congress
at the present session is to make war up
on bim--bis ofljoe aqd his person. ' Tboy
art, in fact, a declaration of open hostili
ties, to be prosecuted, doubtless, to the
neglect of the teal interests of the coun
try, and the overlooking of matters of
real importance. . hetber it is an indi
cation' that the plan of impeachment has
been abandoned in? favor of a guerrilla
scheme of invading and plundering piece
meal, time will determine. Angvirer
-i ti 1. L...', i
Forcible and Truthful TJt-
Ex-Governot Seymour of New York,
in lit latp speech t the Cooper Inatitutp,
said, with truth, that "we have more to
fear from tho South if it aoccpta the doo
trine of subjugation than we evor had to
tear from armou reDcmon ; we cannot cn
elavo man without cnilavina; oureolvcs
We cannot have i Gbvornmont whose
Northern faoe shall smile devotion to the
popular will, aud whose Southern aspeot
shall frown contempt, defiance and hat
to the ; people, of eleven States. The
South boa comparatively little to fear
from miscovernment.-' it it nor wis ot
safe to trample on those who.' for .four
years, with oesperato courngo, held their
ground against the millions ye sent to
the field, and .the thousands of millions
of trcaiura we spout in the oontest a
contest which filled our homos with
mourning, loaded us down with debt and
taxation, ahd wrpnght great and lasting
ehaoges.trj policy, the maiioirj, andstruo
ture of our Governmeni A sisn settle
ment of pending quostiooe will do much
to build up the prosperity of the South ;
rt nhwine polwy will d6 muoh'to break
C?9r-H:jlrJ ('.'( I . 4 r.vi: (
.in e i s "' ' " t
t&Ai M; lingular bat tratr that Sv
wu created tor Adam a KxpreM Compa
ny or leut it is ao state! '' I
'tet How o get a good wife gel t
girl and go to the parsons.
A ealntaal PARorama flow it
h MorkSwainV.tAtbaAltn California.
tells the following e'nictta)ntr)g history pf
ihi seriptoai -pancrama't ' i '
"irheTe-WtsXfeJIow traveling in"' thai
country -with" a -itioi-al-rltg1ous'Eow a
sort of icrip total tanotawa and he "hired
a wooden headed old slab to play 'the m-
and fbrtiiii. After the fint nightV per
formance,' the showman said :
"My fnend, vou ieem to know prettv
U.UWU .1. IUHW luciv BID, Utia JUU
worry a loner first-rate? Bnt then, didn't
mtintl .11 .1.. n... . I. n.A ... ...1
you tjotioe that sorqotimes last night the
01630 you happened to be playing was a
little rough on the proprieties, so to speak
didn't seem to jibe with the general
gait of the pioture that was passing at tho
time, as it wore was a liuie loreign to
the subjcot, you know as if you didn't
ioiiow sun nor trump, you understand I
"Well, no." the fellow saidT "He
hadn't noticed but it might be, he bad
played along just as it came to band.;'
So tbcv put it up so that the simple
old dummy was to keep his eyes on tho
panorama alter tnat, and as soon as a
stqnning pioture rolled out, he was to fit
it to a dot with a piece of musio that
would help the audience to get an idea
of tho subject, and warm them up like a
camp meeting revival That sort of a
thing Would corral thoir sympathies, the
the showman said.
There was a bis audience that nicht
mostly middle-aged andold people, who be
long to the ohuroh and took a strong inter
est In snob, matters, and the balance were
young bucks and heifors they always
come ont to panoramas, yon know, be
cause it gives them a cbanoe to kiss one
another's mugs in the dark. ' ' '
Well, the showman began to swell him-
ecll'up for his looture, and the old mod-
clobber tackled the piano and run his
fingers np and down once or twico to see
that she was all right, an then the fellows
behind the curtain commenced to grind
out the panorama. The showman bal
anced his weight on his hips, flung his
eyes over tho epenery, and said :
"jjadies ana gentlemen, tpe painting
now before you illustrates-'-the beautiful
and touching paraUo of the Prodigal Son.
UDScrvo the happy expression breaking
over tho features of the poor suffering
youth so word and weary with his long
roaoru; note also the eostacy beaming
from lbs uplifted countenance of tho aeed
lather, and the joy that sparkles in the
eyes of the excited group of youths and
maidens, and seems to burst in a welcom
ing chorus from tbeir lips. The lesson,
my friends, is as solemn and instructive as
the story is tondcr and beautiful."
ihe mud dobber was ready, and as the
seoodd speech was finished, tio struck np
"Oh, well all get blind drunk,
When Johnuy comes murcliing home."
- Some of the people giggled, and some
groaned a little. The showman oould
not say a word. He looked at the piano-
man enorp, nut ne was all lovely and se
rcne he didn't know thero was anything
out oi gear. .
The panorama moved on, and the show
man drummed Uj) his grit and started in
"Ladies and gentlemen, the fine pict
ure new unfolding itself to your gazo ex
hibits one of tho most notable events in
bible history our Savior and hij disci
plus upon the Sea of Galilee. How grand,
how awa-iosnirin? are the reflections tho
subject invokes. - What sublimity of faith
is revealed to as in this lesson Irom tho
sacred writings I The Savior rebukes
the angry waves, and .walks securely up.
on the bosom of the deep V .
AH around the house there were wbis
pering, "Oh bow lovely, -how Ijeautifu) I"
aim ins urcneaira ici nimsou ont again .
' "Oh, a Hfo on the ocean wave,
:; ' And a home on the rolling deep !"
There was a good deal of honest snick
ering turned on thistimo, and considera
ble groaning, and one or two old deacons
got up and weut out. The showman
gritted nip teetn, and enrred the piano
man to himself,, but tho fcljow sat there
like a knot on a log, and seemed to think
he was doing first rato. ,'''
" After things got quiet,' the showman
thought he would make ono more stagger
at it anyijojv, though bis oonbdence was
very shaky. The eupes started the pano
rama to grinding along again, and he says
"Ladies and gentlemen, this exquisite
painting' illustrates the falsing of Lazarus
from the dead 'by our Savior. Observe
tbe half oonfused, half inquiring look up
on the oonnteoarice of the awakining Las
arus. Observe, also, the attitude and ex
pression of tbe 8aviorr. who takes him
gently by the sleeve of his Shroud with
one band, while he points with the other
towards the pity." ; ' ' r
- Before anybody oould get off an opin
ion iq the oase, the innocent old ass at
the piano strnck np 5 , "
' ' ' "Come, viae dp, William R-l-l-e-y,
' And oome along wtb me." J
', All the 'solemn old floats rot op 1n i
huff tp jjp,' and everybody 'else laughed
till the. windows' rattled. ' f he showman
went down and grabbed the orohostra and
shook him np, ano said, t .
' "That' lets 'you out,flyoti know," you
chowdcr-hea'doa old claml Go' to the
doOrkcepsjr And got, jouf money,' and cut
-r WANMD.-The sanies of 600 of our
lubsoibert lb app'oattn lSe,'!! of Bra-
orwMoh' W win pubFih jjn the: 2nd
day of January, 18CJ
, There are incidents connected with the
tottering of Thrones, and the fall of Em-
piresj which are truly interesting and jn
atructiyeV and tcaroelv an men sp than
tnose connected with the last momenu pr
tho AssyrJan Empii'e.M which was the
we poworn doraitikib JfLilte'wjrlcT.-
History informs os . that two million of
men were employed in the building of
Babylon. The city stood on a large plain,
of rich ajid fertile soil, surrounded by
massive walls, which drew from tbe ob
server words of oiolamation, '(Surely,
this oity shall neyer perish." " . , '
Bclshazzar was the monarch of this
mighly Empire, and. bis' throne! was in
the midst of it. He was wholly given np
to idolatry ; he had a, great many wives
and eonenbines,- with whom he spent his
lime in tanqueting and revelry..; The
overthrow of Babylon was predioted by
the .Prophet Isaiah nearly two hqndred
years before it fell before Cyras, was
born, and while. the Persians were ao oh.
oure and .inconsiderable nation; . And
now the fall of the Kingdom is to bo ao.
eomplLibed, the last grain. of sand befal
ling from the hour-glass oiBelehsizar
bis oqp of iniquity is full, his career of
impiety to ba ended. ? ' "-: t '-' v.
The appointed time has come, Cyrus
has completed, his drain, the - curtains of
night aro drawn, and the monarch, stand
ing on the pinnacle of the. Temple until
he becomes giddy with gazing on the rol-
ing worlds benoath him, commands the
attendants to spread, tho feast. . His prin
ces, wives, concubines and nabobs are as
sembled, and . the reveling commen
ces. Death hovers around tUo palaco,
but they know it not, for tboy are sunk
en in carnal security. Tbe intoxicating
bowl is passed around tho King is seat
ed pn.Jiis Throne all js .hilarity and
myrtb. But in one moment the voice ot
riot ceases, silcnop profound as tho grave
reigns throughout the palaoe, every
tongue is chained, tvery eve ia fixed, de
spair is depicted on every dountenanoe.
They sit like tpeclret. See yonder im
age wearing tbe appearance of a man's
hand, gliding along the wall, and out
glaring the dazzling light of the banquet
ing balls these four words arp written ;
mem, nunc, tcccel, vphartin, and thj om
inous hand retires forever. What has
changed the youthful countenance of the
King t What the army or Cyrus conld
not do, the supernatural hand-writing of
four words has effected, and the King's
soul begins to melt within him for fear.
But what is the cause or th s distress f
Perhaps yonder inscription declares the
permanence of his kingdqm and foretells
the destruction ot his enemies. Butl
pause; n man in the person oi I'aniel is
brought in to interpret tho groat mystery.
Mcnc, viene, teckel uphartiti. Thy days
are numbered, this is tho last oi them.
Tby course 19 ended, aqd thy oareer bo
bbed: Thou art weighed, and the bal
ance is against theo. Holiness, truth and
virtue, demand tby punishment. Thy
kingdom is divided aqd givon lo the
"Medea and Persjans.!' Whilo this was i
the state of things at tho palaco, Cyrus
had drained the river, making it forda
blo, knowing of the oonfusion that reign
ed in the oity, he ordered his men to en
ter that very night; and. in that night
was BeUbazzar, King of the Chaldeans,
slain, and bis city, his splendid oity, ta
ken This was tbefru't ol his sin, the
reward of his UmisgroBsion.--, iiow many
hare been ' ltd to a . premature grave by
giving rein to their passions; ,Xoa, many
of the hollo sons of our land hove been
led to tho altar of fatal execution by in
dulging in (he vices ana sinful pleasures 1
These are our deadliest last's ow .isr.
Nankin, Deo. i860.
AWii rnlatcs tho folJowtag'oapital aneo-
1 . TL. wranm a 1 1 II aA An tuna. 1? fa
publican; 11q looked i a to, both sides
ll (HQ. ' iUO iw-iwu -?M -V"
ii haa ncany cumo iu uiu ut lciusjum
-a iL. Tsv; ,lna nil Ait rnfl ' irirT Ahlv
Rife and Bound ono .fof tlie oonnlry.' The
unn .irit arthnrl that nlil A ra txbb
waverincr ia the faith, and one of the
.... ' :n " .,)::-:
most Tiinatioal of the villogo" lolitioians
:i.A:n.'l.;.a t aliMtalitW i A, tVllatri tlfW
adhesion to the doctrine of disunion.
Said be:' vf.- eW I ) ;nv..q--..; a
-. T UnnPil lltar Vill a FA IB.
. veTo ;"T
plined to support the pouoy of that; in
famous traitor, ;&aJ Johqeon I" '. .
! i "But he's our man j'we blec'tod hfm to
the Vice Presidency," said Aftf.,r
Well, 1 know tnai ; not no a a irauor,
Killiatanuline " ' ,f.. '-
1... rl..- T. .Q.1uf,v.lllV'ira at.
i looked up to hmi as one or our shin
Oh' he' a traitor, too ; he's ai bad M
insoD. -.- . , - - - i
'Then there's Seoretary MoCnlloeh
I Scoretary Welles,'? asked Asa..
'They are all jliko. l tell you ) they're
est of trailors alt togethqr.'k, ''".
'Well," said Asa.'wtth gnnt- imns,
. .ii iL. i. :..k v,ffi...
pi theopaatrj in the bands , of trailpts,
f.l. .. t. mnnk nnAei &nfl. I'll BfiVe
ike . i u . . n.H. .. . . -i
ih i 1 1
-'31 'For1 The' Ashland TJhton.'
:Th Assyrian Umpire.'
wte fri-lnditmanolissays U'.i :
,T:"Mr.Xmbodin P. Miiipan oueof At
Ijtaaoq oooppirolors."coBJe5i6d tJUiaia
along, with Bowles and ilofceimoiuteol -
to ik Uhio I'ctiitennarv, and set at liter
ty by the United States Snprnne Conr
is now here, demanding' trial oq a-, in-
dictmtnMoQ,nd wnstjhim in tfea Icd
eral Court. - As soon a liberate ton
Geinmbns4cv4I U i an.im th
gave himsejf up,"auoT deuiwidta. trial' on)
the indictment. It liasl'eoo put off from
term to term, and it is now generally be-,
iieved tboindiotmont will be throw eul
of court and no trial had., The case of
this man shows on what an uncertain lea:
urn life was held nnder military rnlp.
This man was condemned to death "before
a military commission,' and narrowly ea
caped -tho 'ropp, on "evidence which is now"
considered so flimsy that they dare not
come to .'trial on it, . Ha is .anxious fot
trial,-to rstablish whether or not he, wa
a traitor, and, though living ppnsidernbly
nortn, ne is regularly: in attendance at
every .term, demanding a trial, "and eaa
not get one. . XUo fact begins to be pain
fully apparent that the celebrated Indi
ana treason trials were merely part of the'
political machinery to carry tbe State-,"' ".
- 'ihe tuct alluded to in-tbe ,cIoae of thp
bovo paragraph was alwavs ' apparent.
except to tho wilfully partisan blind.
There was never 'anything id ihe eosa
hut political persecution. ' Its result does
indeed show the unoertain - tenure of life
t !t ... 1 ... 1 ll . - ,
ana ii oeny unuer ine isie minury ocs
potism. . ,-, "i
; ' ',' ,-r'X '
(.From the Chicago Evening Jonrnal.,
Art iK ine West--A .Notj'tbom
Mb. HAtT. Wo havd been presedtecj
by Mr. 'Alfred L Sewoll," publisher f
The little Corporal, pf -this city, with
superb steel lino engraving of I'The Hea
venly Cherubs," from Raphaers "Sistine "
Madonna," engraved for a premium pfalo
lor bis juvenile paper, by Mr.. Sherlowi
of tho Western Engraving Company,'
Mr. Slicrlow has shown himself a genuine
artist, and Mr. Sewell deserves the thanks
of the wholo country for calling out such
rare talent on a wcrk so delightful The
picture will be an ornament to every home
oftastf. -The-following note from our
distinguished fellow citized, Mr. Healy,
shows what estimate is placed on this
beautiful gem by one of the! leading
painters of our country : . ... ., , . ; t ,
. ' 45.0PERA House BuiLDiiiO,) '
; Chieago, November U -f'1 '
C. Knickerbocker, Esq., Secretary of the
Western' Engraving Company i
Deau Sm ! I have just sccn a fovely
work of art, ' "The Heavenly ChcrubsV.
given to the world by your company or.
Mr. Scwcll, of The Little 'Corporal, In
point of merit, I think it wiirtncciess
i'uily oompare with any fine engraving bgr
country has yet produced, . and I rejoice,
that 'Chicago, I love so well, lias the hon
or of it." Allow tneo hope yonr Institu
tion may givo to the Wist more likejthjs.,
Which must g'.aililcn every lover of art. . '
" ' '' i am, dear sir1; yours truly', "
- ' 1 - GeosqbP. Hkai4.-:1
- The price of this superb engraving is
1 52,00. , It is sent free as t premium (,
ovory one who sends to tbe publbher
(hreo. new. subscribers or-one. year to)
"The Li ttle Corporal." The price of the
Corporal in one dollar a year, in advance j
samplecopy, ten cents. ; . .;;.t .:.
. Address Ai.eued L. SlWELL.rubliahjf
or, Chicago, flL ;, Vi !'-i r .--aD '
" . 1 - : '
Bow Near Governor. .Beymoxut
Came to Being A8Bas8lnatecl'n
pteyr York letter ft' the Sprlngfltld (Iftse.) fle
e ' !Ji:t.oli"
-- Speakipg of politics reminds me of an
inoiuont of the riots of 1SC3 'related to
me by an eye-witness 'You' remember
the 1'fibuna ofljoa had be'on throateneoj
and was defended by , armed men.( The
nftornoon that Governor Seymour' kd
drosscd the mob from tho steps of the AsV
tor House, one of, tho,, dcfoqAots of the
Tribune, a dead shot, stood in the window
With a telescopic rifle aimed at Seymour's;
head. ' If the ' unscrupulous' deaogognt
had said any thing to-exeite the moh.fha
intention of pur rifleman was to shoot him
on lho'8p6t,"and he Would 'havoone 1
beyhnd a question. FortUnafelyfor Styt
mour be euly sought to onollit tha i
surgents, and so csoaped with his life..
It is not probable tliat'the erafty politi
cian over knew bw, near he eame to ha
ing a ball lodged (n his skull, and it mav
be that his gooJ genius Btcpped.between
Iu ib and his 'natural ''disposition on thai
mcmorablo and "Melanahdlt' day.- :f
. t.-1. : . - . "'Vrr. i ;t '
'JiAl 1,'sE .RiiiNEri. To the boast of
tho Chicago w Timet, that no newspaper
article In this bountrever prodnced suoA ,
a sensation as jta article-on suffrage, the '
3t. Louis Timet replies,:' '"Ve know o
bo illdstrstion of" tho egotism of the boast
it is uppamlloled and should remain sow
Bnt tbe cats of the servant-girl, who left
employment in the country to enjoy a bil
of metropolitan life, furnishes a very fait
counterpart) to the STtmet parading the no
toriety ,of its jnlqmy. aa something te by
proucf of.- Janc,"who wont awny a 'plain
and virtnads country lass, earns hack to .
visit her old juistrcia in an agony of orlq.
ollne'ind Vulgar jewelry and decorations.
'Bless me, Jane," laid her old employer,
hnre did vou cot those fin olothesf'
La ( tniuui,' . replied Jane, With a se'f
'sarisfied siiiile 'and glance of approval,
kftcinff nou Amots i'se been ruintdf -'