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ASlILANDvOUIO. WEDNESDAY, JANOAUY 30. 1867.
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WM.08B0BN, Common Plei Judge
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i. iuuiicr Com. n'li'iwitjCfi
fl. W.HaL. rroMoutrngAttorWjr '
WILUAM HELTMAN, Treainrtr.
JOHN 0. BBOWH.Shoriff. .
GEOE08 W. TJRIE, Recorder
0HJf SEENB, gBWjorj
I1REAI. MARSLEtf oroner,,i, :..,;,
WM. COWAN, ,.:,!; t., !(!
Judge DTlTi Mlluary Hece.
If .14 t.i-,t '! 'il I'. -liV.t ' -1 J!-;
a The majority of be jadgei of the iu-
prcte ebnrtld the opinion iod by' Jos-
Ttria in tiM Kltllirrnn Mtfl! Ifllf)
IjlW, BTIO M ins -ft"" "'7 1
' . "The conetltntlon la a law for1 hilcrtnd pW
pie, equally Ip war and In peaee, and eorerawlth
the tbleld of protection all claeaea of men, at all
timet and nnder all clrcnnutancce, ana no aoc
trin Invntvtntf more Tiemlo.lona conaenuencea
--' - v. it-. ). H tUmn . tht
any of lt provitlona can be auapended durinKi party rote in DolD BraDthe i Without de
. 'latiasBS. Lahdm : s'V.VvVv-T
No Important' mewurB ha pasod tba
OnJd LBislature flaring the present ad
journed Bosjion. except the Resolutions
ratTfyiog . T . V ni , ,I1M, ? r- "
Tbisr'a"iim.VT JM,'rifii."' 6y i"' strict
WM. CR1IO, MnBrmtry Dlreelora
. H. CAMPBELL "
JtLIVS f RAUN FELTER,, Barannah ,
J. 0. ini, Crtii H.J.TjTBB,rres
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0. H. TOrPINO,
J. 0. JENNINQ8
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doctrine leada directly to anareby and deptlem:
and the theory of neeuatty, on wnicn u if naeeu,
la(alae.1 :.i4 ,.) .... ;, ... . ,, . ri
Considering that five of the nine judges
composing 'the court were appointed by
President Lincoln, and that Justice 1
vis, who delivered the 'opinion, was 'the
personal'friend and, upon all legal ques
tions, one of the most trusted counselors
of the late President, this sweeping and
merciless censure of the most prominent
policy of the late administration is ( clo
anent in its exhibition of the fcarlessheii-
and Honesty qi tne court, ins juugee
were not content metely to aeotao upon
the legal questions involved in eonaider
ing the validity of trials of civilians by
militsrv courts, as they might have done,
and thus spared the republican party a
rCUUhO WUiliU W0 D.MIIR w ... T I
but thev chose to portray the cbaraoter
and effcots of the assumption that the
constitution could be set aside nhenevcf
.the President thought the interests of the
country required such action. ... , ;
. At anv time belore tne repunncan par
ly become possessed of the control of tin
s eielaattely llBiiafigbuslntr Bny and government the supremo court would have
tall laaterm BxohangeaBdColnjDlaconni op
tfip 811 Rtvenlte and Postage Stamps
deemed the announcement of such plain
truths as those contained jn the extract
a work of seDcrerocation.; . They have
never been ancstioncd in this country ua
til within the last six years. There have
bten amonir our most prominent states
men widely different constructions of the
Urn depoaita, and do a
GENERAL BANKING BUSINES.
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.. niTTirpe. Prt DlMVCItQ tten widely ainereni coneirueuona ui
BAKEn, BAI ILtO U IU., DAKKtROi eun8ij(Uiion upon some points, but no
- nnrenn nnnr m nir . ij ncoin s acocsston
DealeralBGold,BIhcr.EtchanTC lB.Bonda i t . id . bi tba prCB.imption
liuiiawiit tnnnnv Ki'v iTiiiaf rtiniiii'" i v
niMini nnroed paper, pay iutercat ."n 1 to assert that ary deportment of the gov
crnment cou a exercise auiiioriiy . nui
granted to it hy'the oonstiiutiun. . Cal
houn assorted the doctrine ol secession to
be a constitutional one, and W ciidcll Pliil
lina has steadily refused to tke the oath
of allegiance becauso it ould commit
him to obeffience to a Inw prohibiticg
fucb acts as be counseled President Lin
coin to DerfotJi. and as were donu by Mr.
JLitroln at. Iiw biaaing nnu uiai oi otner
radical leaders. .Calhoun and Phillips
were extreme men, representing idors and
parties in hostility to each other, and both
were opposid to the generally received
construction of the constitution, but net
ther ol them asserted the existenoe or any
governmental authority to abrogate its
provisions. This wickedness and absur
dity was reserved for a president sworn to
p'.I..'il.N.,ii Hri'u8t. Aabland, 0
a it,Li.i Proprietor. Good aeoomnioda
aaoaabl bills, 4nonage ao
WM MoNULTf , Proprietor, goulb Bide o(
Mall Slreat. Aahlanu iimo ;
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.nnDv T LAW. Aabland. Ohio. All "preserve, proieoi ana ae.ena me const.-
' i.i..u f huaineaabelonainntoiln TroHs- tution." la the midst of a oivil war,
aioo promptly nended to. Ulrica , the on ,hich f not prosccu'.cd for the purpote
v laely oecupieo oy nm. i. -r 0r maintaining our government in lie ju
.JffioBhffBFlTa!.OTw recritv. was tho crcatcst crime ever per
' , ' i prctrutcd by a people, he assumed that
" m Y. MeCBAY. the very bond ol union which authorized
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Weal. Balem, Wayr.. the contest could be set aside at bis pleas-
all nre and for fueh purposes as oe ana tne
buiioeas in his profeaaion. vindictive and corrupt men who so largely
- mflneneed him niiuht deem expedient.
JOIiJT V. JOJI'ES, n adopted a theory wbich the supreme
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ashland, 0. rartio- court soys is ' '" R'Te coloring
"'Bllr BRanlioif paidto Coileoiing and bu- 0f J uat ico to his usurpation. It is paying
- . i ..... . . . n , . jitfin am iniircui . ,- . . . - ,. :
"nmaaa in i ronate voun.
a'traet, between Main and bandueky
r I taltat. ' 1 "J R- Caki-bbll
KEJTJrV If CJJUPBELL
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Aabland, 0.; Oflioe en may 8eect either born of the dilemma
B,X!Uurob. Street, in ineoricit ouhuiuB..u- (hcy pease
(tiuv.tl noayil lanii a o.
a wrctoned compliment to uia lnieiugeucv
to suppose that be did not know it was
"falBO," and it is paying a worse oneto
his sense of justico to eupposo that he
did not believe it to be true, llis aamir-
r. T. JOIMTSI OJt
ATTORNEY jIT LAW i Office; Ike one lately
- i. K.Yi.hnrn k Curtis, on Churbh
The conrt has not left him
a Bhadow of defence. Judge Davis, who
was appointed by Mr. Lincoln, says that
"no doctrine involving more pernicious
conseauences was ever invented by the
wit of man than the one that any of the
zr " m. a i. . . .i r,i.in Alao au.
treat near luam, auiuu, vm.v- . . , . - ,
:t a ii,. onrnment to proonre provisions of tho constitution may be
Peaaloa Cartlftcates and Colleot Bounty (USpCndcd during a great exigency of the
a4 Bok Pay. , . ,. . . -.. i aovernment." - Mr. Lincoln invented the
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' J. B. McCOJUBS
a fvnMIT amd Canntellor at Law, Ashland
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Okie, ontoe ia ia "
tlngar'a Hardware Btcre.
H. . BEE, .!'J
ATTORNEY AT LAW, FIRB AND LIFE
-laMrtBM Agent and Notary Publlo. Par
'"M.ninr t.ntlon ald t oollectlnr, Probate
bmtoeaa, PaMltUB eaaew an Eieoutlon of
8 e4a. Mottaeaa4 Contraotr. Offioe in
0 JIUiet'1 Rlook, geoond Story, Maintrei,
OPriCl Oae Door Weal of Qqulre'f Drug
tore, Up Btalra. Reaidenoe Corner of can
tre aneWaahlngton BtreaUahland, 0.
PHTSICIAN ft 8URQE0N, Aahland Ohio.
Bartloolar attention will be paid to the
UotftmentvjfitM fellewlng apeoial diseases:
Dyapepaia, aiaeaaeoi vna jjiyerna &
aya, Scrofula and Epithelial Canoera.
PHYSICIAN ft BURGEON, Ashland Ohio!
OSoe ever Hughes A Staoher's Store, op
1 12. F otlteitbt-XewBkUKt O .
3VaTlaol 1 n eao-ttaaaia '
' ' t'flLiBRBBl8ilWBiit)l,4vorvrat
ef Pottei'a Drug Store , Ashland, Ohio.-
014 and Steel Pens, and a eholce varieiy
M .JelryiMplr4WW1tV B naaa,
Highett prioe paid for old Oo)d aad Eilror.
ftataMBt 4ene o order, on reasonable
eroft satiaiaoioriiy vrt ( ;
doctrine, The invention 'was not one re
quiring great deal of Wit, but he con-
trivea to exniou ma otJLwmj aa a iuKi
eian and pettifogger cn it after the follow-
be fashion : "Acts otherwise unconstitu
tional may beoome lawful by becoming
necetsarv to the preservation of the eon-
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Stltution tnrougn tns prcBerTuuuu ui iuo
Union." The court has made short work
with this thimblerig apology Tor an, usur
pation involving a erime blacker oven than
the acta of despotism perpetrated nnder
Comparatively, the few judicial mur
dors which disgraced tho national namo
during the war, and the thousands or cases
of lawless arrest and imprisonment, were
of slight oonseauenoe aside from the pre
cedent they afforded. - Human life was
cheap In those days, and misery in her
most ahastlv forms was abroad in the land.
The victims lawlessly sacrificed to the
demons of fanotloism and partisan malev
olence did not groatly add to that grand
aggregate of slaughter wlnoli mado
"The eartb ring hollow from below
And warn na of her dead,"
but the "deep damnation of their taking
off' was a grcator shock to the moral
sense and humanity of good men than if
a thousand times the number had fallen
in open battle. The Supreme Court has
administered a proper rebuke tc the crim
inals responsible for those atrooitics. It
has stripped from them every flimsy cover
and pretext by which they sought to just
ifyAneir wanton cruelties, ,and given no
tioe tooU ho lave suffered from their
outrages that our' jndioial tribnnala are
ready to redress thoir prongs. Chicago
. JVtjwi. ' s ' 1 "" '
jtaie,' d.ajlou&hfevual. Democratic
ipeeohes were' made in eaoh House in op
position, jib republican Tcplted. All
knew that it was a tttad sure thing never
tobe ratified by three fourths of the Stales.
Somt Republican were unwilling that
the amendment should be A finality at any
rate j others appreciating that it had been
a mere bridge over the last Fall elections,
for their party; 'would not tie to Its car
cass, vjjcast said; soonest mended, " if
they would be ready to hurrah for the
next programme, fed platform ' from Ja
cobin headquarters.., The , Amendment
being their platform during the last earn.
paign, its defeat is a virtual triumph of
Tbe Democratic Party and tui Pees-
The President's restoration policy still
prevails and will continue during his
term unless the Jaoobina depose him and
over-rido the Supreme Court of tbe Uni
ted Slates. Although the Democratic tick
et was defeated generally in the last elec
tions and in' provious. 'elections, yet one
by one articles of tbe' Demooratio creed
triumph. Tbe fight we made in 1863
for Constitutional liberty and against mili
tary commissions in the trial of civilians.
has been decided as right by the Supreme
Court oomprisod as it is mostly and large
ly of Lincoln's appointees." That Court
has oleo decided the Missouri last oath,
and tbe Attorney's test oath, as unconsti
tutional, and has repeatedly recognized
Confederate States as boing in the Union.
When tho Rump Congress undertakes to
territorialize those States, the Supreme
Coart will be a lion in their path. Tho
Rebel Rump Congress assuming to bo a
co-ordinate branch of the government with
the President and the Judiciary, now seek
to usurp the functions of both, the fo:mcr
by his Impeachment, the latter through
his revolutionary successor. Tbe Radi
cats have- gone so far that it will hurt
them if. they back out of their impeach
ment project, and their party ii undone f
they don't get rid of Mr. Johnson. Eu
ropean newspapers and home capitalists
warn us that with attempted impeach
ment come revolution, a decline in U.' S.
Bonds, and financial distress. WIAt mad
ness to attempt to impeach Mr. Johnson
for what all Presidents have dene since
Jackson's time 7 Who doubts the issue
of revolution when against the mad Rad
ieaU will be arrayed .the mojority of the
white people of tho country, tho Supreme
Court, tbe army and navy commanded
by the', President who will execute the
law as expounded by that Court. , Then
perhaps would come the President's pro
clamation for volunteers such as roused
the people In 1861. . , , .... . ,
I give those, ideal as current here and
with the delegates to our. late State Con
vention. -; 1 li".
COMMISSIONERS TO REVISE STATUTES AO.
A bill for tho appointment of three
learned lawyers to revise and codify the
statutes and report ehereon to the next
Legislature, has passed the Senates-
Should the bill pass the House it is pro
bable that the Probate bill, the proposed
"Code of Crimes and offenses" and
"Code of Criminal Prflceedure," and oth
er lengthy Jills. wiU .be referred to )h
Commission ana thereby shorten the pres
ent session considerably.- Six volumes of
Ohio laws since Swan' and Critehaold'i
compilation make k traableiomo.: eatne
times to find it statute and its amendments.
Tho law giving "power to townships
'trustees, Counoils of pities and villages,
to give bout lies to vptprans, will probably
be extended to soldiers credited to the
State at large. So it looks' at present.
INSURANCE I ..
A great deal of legislation oa the tub.
jeot of Insurance ie asked, a number of
very lengthy bills wero intrqduped and
special Committecou Insurance appointed.
One bill; u 4p repeal ibe Jaw-whereby for
eign 'insurance eotnpariiosh bublia their a.
setts &o'.Tiq the newspapers. I favored
it at first,' ', but ;ha,ve ; concluded :. tjjat the1
change- would make' Insurance no cheaper,,
and tske away the most 'efficient protec
tion oT ltd people- against irresponsible
insurance companies); '' .''') j
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- 4 "'1 1" Introduced, n ttje Rouse
recommended by the .8tate School Com-.
missioners and the majority of the' Com
mitlce on Sobocls in each Boubo, to
change the School law In two respects
First by creating .the office of .County,
School Superintendent era salary of II)
200 per year, to be1 elected by the presi
dents of the Boardjf Education iff each
County, whose , duly it shall ba to act
with the ConntySobool Examiners in the
examination of-teachers, and -revocation,
of certificates, to visit all the Schools of
the County, .stimulate improvements and
report statistics to the School Commission
ars. Scoond. -By tbe distribution of tbe
school funds according to tho number of
soholars enrolled at school, and not as
now according to the enumeration.
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CotCMBCS, Jan. 18th, 1867. .
JOT Mention is inade of ' pr otflgraph
A Baby's) Biography.
An editor, thus does up the biography
of a recent accession to his household :
We have so many kind friends asking
about the baby, that we thought it necei
sary to biograph the chap briefly, and
somewhat after the current stylo of the
i It's a boyi
He's a busier.
Weighs nine pounds and a quarter, and
old women tell ur that he will grow heavier
as bis weight increases.
He i tbe first boy of which we ve ever
been the proprietor, and ot course is the
only baby in town.
The old women before mentioned de
olaro biin lllwScry image nf his pa :
"A faithful copy of bis faithful sire,
In luce and gesture."
But, in iujtice to the youtlf, we must
say wo think him an improvement on the
original a world ot progress, you Knew-
This vounz America is as old as could
be expected, considering the time he was
born, and will doubtless be too old for his
lather in a few years, if he has good luck
Iio is quite retiocnton politics, and oo
ly wantB to bo let alone.
.He thinks he favors Mrs. Winelow
polioy. , .
We havon't named him yet J we want
to give him a distinguished cognomen,
but the fame of our great men at present
is so precarious that wo don't like the
. It is perhaps unnecessary to say, as all
biographers do of distinguished person
ages that the subject of this skotoh was
born at any early age ot "poor out re
A Kind Farewell.
The subscribers of the Cliicnuo Timos
oontinue indignant at the conversion of
tbe editor of that sheet to negro suffrage,
and the letters of repudiation wbioh are
scnt him, and whioh he resolutely pub
lishes, arr sometimes very amusing. An
Iowa subsciber, in closing bis account with,
the Times, writes to the point thosly :
"Go, thou swect-soentcd japonica of the
first water ; float off into the ethereal at
moaphere, perfumed by the. order of the
daughters of Africa's sunny clime ; and
when in after years, a dozen little "nigs"
doth gather around thy paternal knee and
call tlico "pap" do thou then pat them on
their elfin locks and give tbem, one and
all, a nickel to buy a stick of sugar candy
with. Uo, thou bully boy witu a glass
e and a tin ear. "Thou hast gone to
,e crave, but we will not deplore thee."
I drop a tear to thy memory would send
you a lock of my bair, but it ain't kinky,
and l o afraid you wouia t Keep it. .
, - .. 4 Fix.
A farmer bad occasion to con d his men.
(who. bv the way, was a jolly Dutohman.)
to a neighboring townfor a barrel of molas
ses. Tbe weather being warm, tbe road
rough and the driver moreover driving
very fast, 4b a molasses took a notion to
"Work," as it ia generally called. But wo
will let the Dutchman tell tbe story in
his iwn way i ;
', "Veil, I coomed along, and I ooomed
alone.' till I cot to the hill vot slants on
- o- . Y. . . .. . . .
to top of te biaokstmt shop, and ten 1
i i r . L.V' . L ' 1 T
loots rouui oeuiui my paex, ana unu i
will atoo "dat : ao I stout te cart and
scotched the oxen mit grabble rock, and
troves ts pungboio in as never was mit a
wood knot, and eobu,ed along agin, till I
got war te forks of te roat crosses on toder
mit te meeting house, ' and I looks rount
pehint me pack agin, and te stuff voa all
running off mit te parrel. "0," sovi I,
"I fix you now," and I ploks up a chook
mit all mine mieht, and te punghole flow
out mit a noise like a oanoon and knockt
me town on the roat flat mit by pack, and
scaret te cart and tey runs avay mit te
oxen and turn .ton all ofer and ofer and
proke everything Ip pieces, and I am
coomed home mit rrjysclfj and te cart run
to te tytijl. - -
' ., t&" The' teaoher of a colored sohool
was examining a plasi in geography, the
other day.' Pointing to Africa, on the
map,. he said, "What sounlry is that.
children V . Thev re-ponded, "Africa.
"That," said the teacher, "la where your
anoeetore come from your fathers an
mothers," At this remark, a bright look
ing little colored chap jumped np and
said : . "Uu, no, tnassa teacher, dat am
so my ra is a white roan, and lives In
"7 Vf9 Ceil"' Dewctaf,
" ; MONDAY,1 JAstJARY 21." "
.B.the Senate, the'' bill to prevent ille
gal voting in the District of Columbia was
Udopted. The tariff hill waa taken up
md 'read. Several amendment were
made. The duty an dressed flax was in
creased SO per cent.' The ad valorem du
ty on linen thieads, Ac, was changed to
85 nor oent. . Regalias for religious eer-'
emooieg, and animals imported as speci
mens of natural bwtory, free. ' ;-
In the House, Mr. Williams asked
leave to intreduoe a bill defining and lim
iting the power of the Bupreme Court of
tbe Unitea otstes to aeotae on tne con
stitutionality of laws. It provides that
such questions shall bo beard only beture
a full Board ot Judges or said I'onrt.
Referred. After the introduction ot sev
eral other bills, of no spocial Interest, the
House proceeded to the disousaion ot ele
vens ileeon8iruetiOB uui. rar. voage
opposed the bill. He differed entirely from
general sentiment ofi the Republican sidV
of tbe llouso,. I limiting, bimsoii, mat
Congress had already eommittea itseit
against their view, that States in rebel
lion were not States in the Union. He
had failed to find iq either Stevens'
er ABhlev s bill tbe first thing that prom
ised peace, conciliation and harmony. He
also deprecated the impeachment of the
President. Mr. llisc also maae an ante
argument against tho bill. He was op
posed to giving any substantial cause for
rcsistinoe. niB opinion was, mere out
had been a State out of the Union, end
that none but States eould govern or be
governed by a Congress of the United
States. The power was primary and full
to admit States into the Union, but there
was no power confeired upon Congress,
cr reserved by the States, to expol or to
take a State out Tho details ot the bill
show that it contemplated the establish
ment of a despotism in tbe South a des
potism in a country where nothing but a
free representative Government had ever
existed, or oould ever exist. ' He contend
ed that not for a moment was the repre
sentative rights of the Southern States
destroyed. . !
In the Senate, Mr. Wilson introduced
a bill to equalize the bounties of soldiers,
sailors and marines in the late war, and
each person who has been and issBcreaf.
tcr honorably discharged is to receive
eight and one-third dollars per month
for every month of service, and the wid
ows and heirs of deceased soldiers receive
the same. Referred lo the Military Com
mittee. The tariff bill was taken op -Some
amendments were adopted, inclu
ding one to make it go irto effect April 1
In the House, a resolution to pay off
Coffrotb, of Pennsylvania, Voorhees, of
Indiana, and Brooks of New York, the
inoreased compensation from the begin
ning of the Thirtv-mnih Congress to the
time they were unseated, waa adopted by
a vote of 84 to 88.
Mr. Wilson reported the House bill
introduced by Mr, Bingham, Deoombcr 10,
to declare valid and conclusive certain
proclamations by the President, and acts
done in pursuanoe thereof, cr of his orders
in the supression of tbe late rebellion
against the United States, with sundry
The amendments were agreed to, ar.d
ih hill recommitted, the committee tn
frivo one dav's notice of it being tepoited.
Tbe bill ss amended, legalizes all acts
of the President after, the 4th ot March,
1-881. to the 1st of December, 1805, re
spect-ng martial law, millitary trials or
commissions, and imprisonment of rebels,
nr their aiders and abettors, ana oi viola
tors of the laws and usages of war, and of
those guilty of disloyal practices.
Mr. Boutwell. from the Judiciary Com
mittce. reported a substitute for the House
bill to prescribe an oath to publio officers,
members ot tpe liar. ko. me buobiuiiu;
nrovides that no person shall be permit
ted to act as an attorney or counselor in
any court of the United States who have
Deen guilty ui trcasuu, uiiuqij, iuw.vo.,
or anv Otner leiony, or encagou in any re
bal ion acainst the Uoveroment oi tne
United Stales, or giving aid, oomfort or
encouragement to tbe enemies ot tne uni
ted States in armed hostility thereto.
The second section declares tbe flrst
section the rule ot every uourt oi me
United States, and the third section makes
it the duty of judges when a suggestion
is made in open uourt, mat any person
noting as attorney or counselor ot Court,
or proposing to to act, or when tbe judge
tball believe such a poison so barred, to
ascertain whethor such person has been
guilty of treason,' innrdes, or any other
p . . . t j i.-i
leiony, or nas seen engagou in any kiuci
lion sgainst the United States, given aid
oomfort or cnoouragement to enemies of
the United States in armed hostility
thereto, and if the Court be of the opinion
such person has been guilty of such crimes
as to debar luob person :rom toe cmce oi
attorney or oounsolor. . . ,
Mr. Boutwell, in brief, explaining an
advocating tho bill, said there were five
Judges jo tho highest . tribunals of tbe
land who had not suffioieht self-respect
to enact rules and enforce regulations that
would protect themselves from the soul
contamination of oonspirators and traitors
against the governmentof the oountry. The
time bad come when the legislative de
partment of tbe Government should ex
ercise its powers to declare who shall be
officers of the Government in their ad
ministration of the court! of law. This
was for that purpose,- and he hoped the
House would pass it. It niovrd the pre
vious Question. , . ..I
. . a . i m -1 . I . , , 1 -1 1 : 1 I . . 1. . . .
The House spent tbewboie evening on oi mr. ..wncum rwiing.iae w -
dilatory motions on the part of Detnoorats j little boy 'Tad,' ho stand between but
to prevent a veto on Boutwells teet-oaih knees. The "Bible" is a largo photo
bill. At eleven o'clock this evening there graph album, which Ibe operator placed, ,
romise. . An all in nr. iiincoio s nanus, .wuioq d ooem
was no Drospeet ofa conrpi
night aession is deemed inevitable.
WEDNESDAY. - . - "
In the Senate various petitions and me
morials were presented. The tariff bill
was taken up.. Bevcrul amendments were
offered and rejected. After some discus
sion on tbe bill, tbe 8enate adjourned.
The. House remained in session all 1 nee-
day night, and 8 o'clock Wedocsday
mom na took a recess tin 1 1. un re as
sembling at 11 o'clock, Boutwcll's bill to
impose a test oath on attornoys and coun
selors practicing in Federal Courts, and
after some discussion, wos adopted yeas
109 nays, 43.
converted into a better book by Ibose who,
are so persistent in niiarepTeaeniuig tuej
martyr-President. ICiuA. Cirrct. - .
J , . .. : . . i fit
That is spoiling eonsidorahle seotiihcDl
or tomethip b ej&e,--! J 1: H y.!,, TJiiJ
Coffee beaten in a mortar is proncun
erl far better and stronger than that
ground in a mill. , .- -
Tn a recent club discussion, Mr. A. C
Shatluck. of Spnngfivild, Vt, afsumcd
that for feeding purr oses ten bushels of
corn or twonty of oats were equal to one
ton of Hay, and that for cows two tons of
hav and ten bushels of oorrrwere bettor
than three tons of hay alone.
John H. Oilman, of Orono, Maine,
writes to the Maine Farmer tbat he pre
vents potatoes from sprouting or wilting
during the summer, by selecting in the
spring eooa, souna pouuuen, px-img
The Great English : Re:
Trotocted by Royal Letters Patsnt ,
' SIR JAM S3 CLARKE'lC3 , '
Ceicftrnled Female' PII,
Prepared run a frrttcription of SirvJ,
Clarke, M. D., Ifyticinn Sxltao
i , , dinary to tltt Quern.,
This Invaluable medicine ia unfailing t.v
the cure of all those painfnl and dan'gej'tfi
disease! to wbieli 'he female eonatitqtion- ial
subject It .raoderatea all excess and- A.
moves all obstructions, fron whateTeir eailie,
and a speedy enre may be rolied on-.,.,.; ,j.
TO HARRIED LADIES - -it
is parliculary suited. It will, tia'ak abvdrt .
time, bring on tne monthly period wili rcet" f
larliy. ".'.'. c '
aob llotlle, prioe una uouar, nmri ut
GoTernment Stamp of GreuV lirl ain, t pro-
vent counterfcila. , .
C A U T I 0 If" 'h '
Thesd Pills should not be takeiby Femaiee)
during tho FlltSl Tll'EEB MONTHS .of K
Pregnancy, as they are euro to bring on Mil- '
earriage, but at any other time they aie safe.
Every woman knows that Ibe bloom of
health mtftt fade, with the slightest irregn
liudtT or obslrucli.n of tho meneea. Theae
pjlle are truly the woman's friend- in her
hour o' trial, and the only anre, positire-and
aprioic, ewu, duuuu ujiu.v i , -"r. --v - - j -i i . - .
them with dry sawdust io barrels, and nerer falling euro and regulatov of . fiuppiass.
,i,.Iv: . nA n.llnr Vnl nn "'on of nature, from whatever eaiae, Bo
plaoiog.lhem in a good ocllar. 1 ut up n,n(Uhtttthe fl!ob,e,t cfn- ,ak,- lhem with
in thia wanner, they are as hard and fcet Mjllrityi M fomla iB their ef-
rresh in August as in warcn. jury lan ; fect8 (hlt thCJf mnj .e mrely called, a naver-
and perhaps dry sand might answer the failing Regulator. ' '"
. ii In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Afiee-
puryi""' (ions. Peine in the Back and Limbs Fatigne
A enrresnondent of the American 0n alight oxertion. Palpitation of the Heart.
Farm er says people Bhould always buy fat Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will fffett
beef and pork, and gives the following cure whei all other means have failed,, and -Sfi.
s. ,,l. t.,nt r,e? although a powerful remedy, do ovonai
iviuwus. - ---v .-. iron, calomel, antimony, or anything notirui
oent. less water in a well fatted animal tl cnMtit (i , .
than in a lean one. Did ynu ever notice, I Full directions in a pamphlet around each,
as I have how much nioro the lean of paokage, which should tecarefully prsaerved.
poor best' will dry up in hanging, than
ihi lean of a fat animal I Acoording to
Professor Voelkcr, a lean bog contains
eighteen oer cent, rnoro water than a fat
SOLD BY ALL DKUGQISI'S'.
Sole General Agonta for the United' SHrfee
and British Do ninione ''-''
JOB MOSES. 27 Cortland! St.. N.. Y.
N. B SlfX) and 6 three oent postatte)
stumps enclosed to any authorised agent, will
ensuro a bottle, oontaining 60 Pills, byre
turn mall, securely scaled from, all observa-
A nrrnnndlnt of til 0 Rural NcW
Yorker complains of the rats and mice tion Sold In Ashland by ISAAC B. POTTER
e.ing hi. harness., after it had been nd all.deal.r. in Med.cme. ;; ti .
frnah v oiled, and asKS lor a remcuy. it
49 saia to oe a tact man n i uu.
inneh anvthinir smeared witn castor cil,
and to guard against their attacks it is
only necossary to rail a quantity of this
with tha othor preparation put on the
leather. It is an excellent oil for leather
but tends te shrink it.
Tbe best remedy for scratches on
horses is gunpowder and lard. Rub the
gunpowder into the lard as long os it win
mix. wasn me loot witu uia cosine buuu
and water, and apply the ointment.
Thrush can be cured by the same treat
To make Brown Bread, tako on-e
mm l of coed rich buttermilk, one egg I in cases of Spermatorrhea or Seminal Week-
. 1 : i- .( nHa. V.fplitlir ll.l'o n PmimIiim BNnmia?
well Dtatcn, ouo neaping iwpwuu i .j-ui ...u, - - ;
soda, two of molasses, and a little salt !! 8 Weakness, or Impotenoy ; Bp.
0 . ' . . .. '. ... . .. oial Dorano-ementa of lha Nervous Svatem
Sift the flour and slir in sumcient quanu- w;ttkne8,"l8in. fro. Beoret Habi,, tBd
ty to make batter J turn it into one tin s,xnai Kioeases ; Bclaxntion of the Genital
pan and bake one hoar in a moderately organ.; Weak Spine, affections of the Byes,
h.tAfl nn. HAen IE njtllHL until CUIU. I l.iu.0 ur -uriu&-iUBfc vepnui in ma
d you have a gooS loaf for Pte5irfcfflS. STSaSflS
f UU CHUUU Out niiiui WIV.OU.
LIFE-H K ALT II S'i'RENQTH
LIFE HEALTH -STRENGTH-LIFE
Dr. Juan Dplomarro's
81'EOIFIO PILLS. .
are prepared by the Messieurs Garanctere
Depont, Pharmaoeutiata, No. 21 4, Rue. Lom
bard, Paris, from the Preaerip'iou of Dr. Ju
an Dclamarre, Chief Physician to the Hospi
tal do Nord on Lariboisere. . ,
LETTER OF RECOMMENDATIOS
Pakib, May 6th, 188. .
GiKTttNix: We have nsed the "Bpeciee,
rills" mad. from Dr. Delamarre'. rreeorip-
tion, during aefe.-al year, pa.t, K our pri-
vnt ana publlo pvaetloe, ana nave iuna.
them a most energetic ana emcieui uemeay
Lips,"plnohed'' Featuses, Irregular Aolion
of the H Art, and in all the gbaetly train of
Symptom, arising from Over-use, Abuses, or
Loss, from any cause, of the Nervou. Fore.
We earnestly advise the Profession, an au
persons suffering from any. Symplomatio oi
Organie Affeotiooa of the Geinto Urinary
System., to ns these rill.. ' With high) re,
spect, we are youra most sincerely,
n a. iieaurepaire, w. y.
O. B. Dniardin, M. Bv
Tuan De Lenrbre, M. D.
serAn attetnpt was made, a few days
ico. to kill Howsrd Oillmghsm. master
mechanio ot tbe lounestowo tunio) rail
roads shops, by means of an infornal ma
chine. A box with a sliding lid, charged
with half a pound gunpowder, and hav
ing matobes arranged to ignite oy toe
' . - . . , , 1 L ,
fr atlon of moving ine na, was ntunu
him with a bogus express mark, as though To Oaraneiere ft Dupent, No, 218, Rue lam,
coming from Cleveland. Mr. Gilljngham tard, Paris. ; ,.'y - -
..i.J u.lt!nn w nff wilb it. tllll. ' ' .. ' '' 1 ' ' .
SUSpociru d-iiusiiii g " - '-fS " -- -,
in cautiously moving the lid, observed the
powder, lie immediately soaked tbe ma
chine in water thoroughly, and then open
ed it. finding the contents as above stated
Detective (raced it to a man named How-
arth, lately discharged from tha shop, by
Mr. Uillincbam, and be bas been arrest
ed. ... . .. ;
tfff- Whv are ladies sleigh riding like
lemons ? Boeause they are apt to bo
squeezed. r . . ..
Sedentirv and Studious Occupations, artrfs f
Anxietlea. or whatever tenda to Impair tha I
Vital Aotion ot'the Brain, Heart or Nrvoa i
Syatem, frequently lead to lh. moat Diitreee- j
ing and Embarratsing Diorder. of tha Ylbll ' t
Syatem. Students, Clergymen, aad Lawywa f
there, who are especially name rp tn.se wcax j
nessea, should reaott promptly 0 Dr- DaliBt- f
arr. Bpsalflp igil.. .' " 4
A Pamphlet eont.lblng full particnlara.'
with Direction, and Advice, printed is Frenoh r.
German, Spanish and English, aoeompante. j
each box, and Will be sent, by mall, tn of j
ooat.'to any ho-will writ for it. .'. li, J (
tPric. $1 per Box, or Six Boxes for 15.
Bold by all the priuoipm uruggists, or win '
at5t An mlilnr aaVa ver innoeentlv. if be aont br mail, securely sealed from all oV
it is any harm to sit in the lapse of aes f servatlon. ob receipt of tho specified prioe
i t i- .1 . -. -n .1,. by any authoriied agent, or by the sole Qen-
Aoother replies that it all depends on the J faf 0SQa o; M0SK8
knd of axe soleoled. Those trom oigh- k c0 2, CortUndl S(r.et, New York.. An-
teen to twenty fjvo, it puts down at extra ihriad Agent for A.bland and Vicinity,
hazardous. . isaav.ji. ru i iia. ,ii nmws oy im,
prompity aueaueu i.
Ail Honest eoutcwtlou.
HOTEL FOR SALS.
The following paragraph appeared in nnilE aubaorihen wilt e!l die OOIIHAM
the New York Jrtoune of January 1 1th : LI HOUSE, in Sullivan, either for cash or
' The Rcptiblican party is mortal, like all
parties which prececded Hand will die when
its time com os. It has made a great ma
il mistakes. It has been mislead Into
nutting thiovce and swindlers into power,
r . u j .t - xt-.:- :.
and these nave roooea tne ivauon, iu
sore displeasure and injury.-
irrU It tar olhor nroDertv.
' " f'-ir
'' a ' A vnatern editor, describing the
effects of a squall upon a canal boat, soys,
"When the gale was at the highest, the
unfortunate craft keeled to larboard, the
captain and another cask of whiskey roll
ed overboard." '-. '-.,
A Gentleman Who suiTertd for jeae from
Nervous Debility, Preraa lure decay, nd all j
th tteoUot youthful indiscreiion, will, fue. i
the auffaring humanity, a end free io all h
need it. lh. recipe and directions for ielg J
lh.lmpl. remedy by which ha was oured '.
SutTerer wishing to prollt by the adveftiaer'i
experience,' can do a by addre sing . j
. ,' Jj, WIN B. OUUl'N,, ' .
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