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all arrearages are paid, except at oar option,
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JUDJCiiL :QrrfCJUH8.':. -:
WM. O8B0R Ccrnwoa Pleat Judge; r i i
T 0 BU8HN8I,I,-Pwt Judge. .
B. I DRAYTON, Cl'k C6m. Pl't t Dlet.Cr'le
A I. TDBTIy tecutln AWotaey. " - '
U CAKJ'BBI'L.-Audtlflr t ; V
WILLUM HSLTMlir, TVeafaret:
L U KIPLlH0EIt,8erifr.-- -GEOR058
IT.' Wlfl!, leoirfer.. f :.- '
tonn rEENE, Sunreyor, v'
WM. COWAN, )
JOHN TAN NE8I,, , tOoninloBtif.
ItENKT WICK.8, J vry.-.-.-sJ . ':
W. O.flALLOVTAir, iV' -; "
WM. CR1I8. i VUfir'y Dlreoten.
MOSU t&IXA r J ; - , - i t .
H If ftJVER, AekUnd. .
E. M.CAMPBKU "
. ELI V3 fjUCNFELTEK, BaTannah
1 oaiia'asaanassa .
4. O'Jenulngf, Cuh. , H. lather, Preil.
... .. " of ABBtARpromo. ,
'x Iireto.' .......
t Hulbert Miner, I u. u. lopping.
' i Janet Pi(rdyi H '-! : ;
Pe exeluslreir a tanking bueheee-Doy and
ell Kaetern Eichanre and Coin; Diwonnt
son UdiTtdua) annuity., . Bell fterenue and
PoiUge ttanpe. . . . . .
. J. l CowiR, Preet. A. H. Htni. Caab'r.
I., in aim Tfllnr,- T. C. BstimcLU. .
I. W. Barm, T.' fT. Baksb,
BAKER, BATTLES & CO. BANKERS,
. Pealere In Gold, BlVrer, Exchange 17. 8.
tt TTnAin.ni mfinv. Havitntta fll&mnl.
Jke. Diidount approred paper, pay intereit
ttcMdepQeita, and do a General Banking
. lleteineet. "t-r iVl '
MILLER HOUSE, 5, !
tfon 'f14e' Main ttreet, Atlilend, OM6. M,'
nd reaeonable bilti. ' .
Win. McNulty, Proprietor, South title Main
Ireel, Aihlead, Obit. ,v v
Atlorney at Law, Aehland, Obis. ' All klndi
of buoineti belonging la tkt profeulon
promptly attended to. Office, opposite First
. National Bank, up ttairt., .
.T. Y. McCIlAY. "
Attorney at Law, Test 8a1cm, Wayne eonn
ij, Ohio, will attend promptly to all business
in bis profession, r. ' ',
.. JOnji.D. jones,; ' :
Attorney at Law, Ashland. Partlonlar at
lentloa paid to Collecting. And bnsineet in
Probate t'ourt. Office on Church street, be
lt ween Alain and Sandusky. ,
,.WM, JOHNSTON, ,
Attorney at Law, Ashland. . Office the ope
lately eoeupled by Osbern k Curtis, en
'huroh street, Bear Id ami Also authorliid
y the OoTernnent te proenre Pension Cr-
iineateea4 eollect Bounty aid bao pay,
MoGOMBS k CUliTIS, .
Ohio Offiot la BDk buildinj, pver Beer's
nruwrv pturvi .
. H. S. SEE,
Attorney at (, rire ana Lire insurance
.Agent, and Notary Public Particular atten
tion caul te Dolleellm. Probate bnslnees. nar
t tition eases apd axeoution of deeds, mortga
. gas and Contracts. Office in Miller's Block,
srcoM story, Alain street, Ajhland, Ohio..
Olark.ii. &! T. S.ilunter.'n.P
- CLABK A HUNTEB.
Hara asseelated tlemscWes for the ttrsottce
Af Mrdloioe and Burgary In the Ylllege ef
AhinikuO."' Bpeelal attention glren m uie
. treatment ef unronra easea, vmoe oa vnnrcn
Itroetsear Mala, -
- QEOEGE W, HILL, U. D.,
Phyeiolan an.l Burgees, Ashland, Ohio
Partlealar attention will b paid to thetreat
aaent ot the following special disea aes t Djs
pepsla, disease of the Lirer, the Kidneys,
Scrofula and EpilheUai Cancers.
J. P. COWAN, M. D.,
Fkysioian and 8urgeon, Ashland, Ohio. 01'
Ace in Mlllsr's Block, opposite Town Hall,
RALSTON A VANTLLBURO, ...
Jewellers tad SllTortmltha, three doors west
of Miller House, Ashland, . Gold and BiWer
Pens aad ehoite variety of Jewelry kept
constantly An hand. Highest prloe paid lor
pld gold and sllrsr. Repairing done to order
and on reesonsDie enne. " ,
A. & G. Y. RIAUVAY.
On and after Ootids, April 29th, 1 867
Trains II)l,esTAhlsnd as follows i .,, r
. .i -001NO WEST. .
- ,8il A. M
10:00 II .
Night Eiprest .
Eiprees Freight " ,
Way PrelgV " ,,, -' .
.thea art the only Treiut thai will tarry
rissengsn, ' , , .
1,. :,.,, ,..,,iJi'-i;s;4r . Wfl tJtfN, IX MUST AtlV BI3 imESEIlVEI)' " .'V .JU :t.l visftttJ
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' TFrom the Omsha Journal, June .''''' -'
SENSATIOir SPEECH 0 N T HE
George Fiuncls Train Solve the In
dian Question, . , . t;j
Train's tpeeoh to. the Vioo President't
Senatorial party ijult right aud left iAl
naoal, ft' tl 'tween! agibstHit Ma,Mt
tells some truth that will orcatt a Bensa-
, Too art fiat Id time, Mr.' President, to
help me settle the Indian question. Wt
moat Introdnet them to the Esquimaux.
Sutnner't sixty psge speech prore that
the olimalt im full of hontiDg fiold.
rLanchter. ' The only wi to tattle the
question, is to tell oar irOu-cladt to Rus
sia and Japan.'acd give me tht eqatraot
to remove the Indiant forthwith, ' to the
eold and, refreshing climate of our New
Territory Whale oil-ran." Laughter and
applause. To thow that I am Willing
to do the fair thing, I will agree to di
vide tbt profits with tht President I Cab
inet, Senate, House, Governor! of States,
and Thurlow Weed ; laughterj, and 1
donate one hundred thousand dollars to
ward defeating Grant, and derating my
self to the Presidency. ' Laughter. .
Lol tbe poor Indian is oa the war
path. Comanche, Sioux, Blackfeet,
Crows, Pah-Ute, Arapahoet, Ponoat, L
quint, Apaohet, Cheyennet, Jtatles,
Ogallallas, Uuespoa, Yaoktoo. and gan
tarotl The holy aliiaooeiiigsel. Che
struggle is for life or' death I Fight or
starve 1 Ihej are all united sixty thou
sand strong 1 ..-
The Beauole Chief roeaitt for all the
tribetr-; ; ' 1
'"Blssewfthybnr serried columns, '
.' ' J will not bend the knee,
The shack) ne'er again shaO bind " :''
The arta thai now hi freet
"I scon yon potTsred treaty. , , .' : 'r .
Tbe pale-face I defy, ' :'
, 111 eurae ye with my latest brcattL ' ''
And bate you till I die.'' , ;-
Then be it to. : Oar' Christianity has
triumphed. We hsTe hough t hit birth
right for less than a mess, of po'tage.
How ersnd our civilisation We have
debauched him', robbed him, swindled
aim i (rent's "Sir. A',f x'giti J'nna
fians t ' We lie, we ohset, we steal I Art
we not his suporiors f Laughter. We
make treaties only to break them I Wil
liam Penn ratified his without tn oath,
tad it wat good. We solemnly swear,
and "damn it the first Christian word
tht Indian lenrns, Most of his Great
Fathers' tt Washington swear 1,, Our
ehuroh steeples still point toward bearon.
The Indian it too low down in our phi
lanthropy, except with the. Lutheran.
The Lutheran Missionaries have just
oeme in from the war-path, and my in
formation is potter than the War Depart
ment or the Interior,' I tell you we are
on tho ere of a great Indian war, Sen
sation Columbus wat weloomad : Cabot ro-
oeived with opon arms.
The wlii'e man landed ; need lie rest be
The new world stretched ts dark fiend tp the
oiu.v ... - ,. . ,
Had the Pequot killed Miles Blandish:
had powhatan tomahawked Smith, Long
fellow would not bare written of John
Alden, tbe PooahonUs history might not
have proved a fable. Coopelf never would
bate pointed an Unoas a representative
Indian, gnd BlaotHawk would have nev
er made Johnson Presidont, or Teonmsoh
pushed Harrison into the White Hou't.
While I have no special admiration for
tbe poetical views our authors and paint
ers have given of the red man's bravery
and noble characteristics, I am thorough
ly convinoed that religious wars or politi
cal hate never committed greater out
rages in the Old World than tbe cruel
ties we have praotiocd upon tho Indians
in the name of Christianity ; civilisation
and oommerot in tht new, Cheers and
aprlause " v ' " .
Yes, you may talk about Suraj ul Dow
lab, and tbe Black Hole of Calcutta, or
old Malakoff smothering tho Altrorisnsin
the Afriosn eaves, or Exestar Hall firing
on cspoys it om toe ruojauo eannon
But you may search all history for a bar.
barian's torture equal to olergyman Chir
ington's unprovoked massacre of the wo.
men and children of tbe Cbeyennot -
I sensation, j et extermination ;( the
frontier cry.' Well, 'If eommcrca de-
mands it, wipe (hem out, but don't oallit
vurisiianity, ("ijiot'J Thirty thou
sand pulpits have been workintr dav and
night for thirty years for the blaoks but
not a wora lot tbe reds.' ' Aljssionsriesgo
to tbe utmost parts of tbe earth to oivil
iia the heathen. .The Indiana are too
near home yon cant christianise the In
dian. He tells too much truth the mo
pent he gets into the church. When
they converted tbeli Waokiha i'bbief,
there wat great rejoicing In', the Morbo.
dist prayer meeting. lie wot loudly tp
plaided when vising to give hit expe
rience. But the old follow was too hon
esttoo confidential had lived too long
among the whites and when ha went in
to details snd showed how wioked ha was,
and became personal, telling where he
had divided the Indian goods among tho
congregation, end spoko of his .-armors
.openly, several brothers and one.' or. two
sister, got up and left the congregation.
"Oh f laughter and applause, c-;
To show how foirly we dealt with, the
Indians, it is. well to mention that while
our Indian Agents get only fifteen hun
dred dollar salary, tbey are enabled, by
great Industry and Monomr to retire in
two or three years, ricb, and owners of
Souses and estates. f'Thit is so thev
have been swindled." For great is Di
ana ot the JSphesians. I daughter. J l.e
groes can be enslaved, Indians can't.
Four distinct raecs are oa tht fact of tbe
continent, representing four types of
hots nature. Tbe white man is the Ara
bian horse, the black rfeiaV the -donkev
and boars the btfrieo, thenis!t1ienera1j." I al
bta-t-jja can never tame him while the
muLwiKrSti-thft mule, mho (ulierUe most ol
f the vices and jew of tbe virtues of bis
tamers, .tioua applause oy a democrat
io Senator. "That is avlibel on tht mule.1-'
The. Indian will not be slave. Four
millions, of. blacks were enslaved, , but
nary red. The re,3s believed.; In the
whites and have been driven from hunt
ing field to hunting field, until ovory In
dion nature rebels, from the Atlantic al-
settled on their new reservation before.Jr""' '.'
we eovet it, we drive him out of it,
Shame : Scarcely five thousand out
erery nunareoi tbousana aoiitrs voted lo
them ever reaches tho tribe. The ffu
aian tgenc aivmes it witn ths inaian Bra.
tier. - The Indian trader divides with the
farmer and ths ranchman, and all get
rioh, .while the Indian, having lost big
lands aid his 8nie,- h ieft to starve.
(Sensation.) 6an-tan-ta (old the whole
story tbe other day to General Hanorck,
and the Indian agent stopped the coun-
oiljfor he couldn't stand the Indian's
4rei' An Indian war will stop emigration,
stop gold mining, ana throw tbe West
bask twenty tears. .
General Sherman says we can have
peace or war. Give them justice and we
can have pesos ; injustice, sad war is cer
tain. , If Billy Bowlegs could keep us at
bay twenty years in Florida, those hostile
fribes, unloss psoiSed, will make us tdd
one bandred millions to the debt. Can
we afford itf (Covode, "No, 'tis big
enough already.") Most frontior towns
like war, it makes trade good : hence tra
ders nd military men soon beeomt act
ive, for we are not virtuous people.
("Good," and laughtor.) The wheel,
within a wheel system works charmingly
in this enterprising community. Help
me oheat the Indians and I will give yuu
half I The officer ov email saU'ry savs.
'extermination," and the war bugle is
One fact : The powder and ball with
which they shoot ns down, we sold them
tbe other day 1 That iB our Indian poli
cyanother fact : The Indians sre the
best mounted cavalry in the world we
are sending out infantry to fight them,
Bab 1 what nonsense 1 Again, one front
tersman like Major North or "old Wioh
ed" is worth a hundred now recruits from
the cost. If the Church and State say
war, let it be done as expensively ss pos
sible. The more it costs the more taxes,
and tli,e surer we are to pay the national
debt. I hope General Sully and Parker
may sucoeed in separating tho friendly
and hostile tribes in their northern
expedition with the chief, but I doubt it.
Sully is A good mat) for oonciliatipn
Was it not his men and his whisky that
massacred the Indians fn tht North be
fore Phil Kearney was attacked f Keep
faith 1 Respect treaties I Don't cheat
them 1 Don't lie to them ! Don't steal
from them, tod the Indian are at peaoa.
The Indians always keep1 fad M The
whites gene'rally lied. What outrages
ocourrsd before 1853 f Did not ths over
land emigrants pass the Indian bunting
fields in safety f This wai the year a
scamp of an emigrant ebot at an Indian
to test bis skill. Rovcnge wa sudden.
In two days the train was doslroyed; then
more ambu'oades whitos against Indi
ans. Babbitt's mail party was destroyed
Licutenapt Grattpn was killed, with
his men in pursuit. The Sioux war of
cf '54-5 fullowcd. When Harney snd
Cooke, st Blue Water, that year, closed
the fight with a solemn treaty; giviog
them all tbe land botweon the PUtte and
Missouri. "This is your land," said Har
ney to Little Thonder. Chief of tbo Sionx,
"and you can kill any white man who
tresspissea thereon." But Presto 1 Mon
tana gold was. found. Miners pour In
with) revolvers. " The treaty it fergotten.
Outrages are frequent ; massacres are re
ported. Human nature was simply Indi
an nature. Then came the ago of Brig
adier Generals and Indian Commission
ers j big pow-wows and Sham trcatios.
The Indians refuio the right of the Poff.
dr River route to Montana more talks
more treaties, when Taylor moots them
at Larmie and sells them tho powder and
ball that Was used at ths Phil Kearny
mossaore.' Then tho' War Department
says you did It t Interior Department re
plies yod are a liar I Bogy makes
his report and War Department escapes
by dismissing poor General Cooko, who
had nothing to do with It. A Senator,
"Exaotly, now yon have it.''' General
Augur suooeeds. Another pow-ow com
mission. Buford follows. Judge Kin
ney goes to see the Crows, Coloael Lew
is organises voluntoors for Montana.
Thurlow Weed's friend, young Clark, of
the U. P. R. R. Engineer Corps, is kill
ed. ; Hurford loses his stock while get
ting'out lies.-. Eoont $ Rath, lose one
hundred mulei, Jtok Marrow all his cat
tle. The Denver stsgs Is attacked, and
the wr is looming np by every dispatoh.
.. Senator Trumbull, .you are right in
saying that "there is not an animal that
walks or ereopt that will Pot turn and
bite if trod upon ,;; r --
.TbomuFmctd Mesgher Is an eld
friend of mine, but I fear he hat made a
mistake in hoisting thoblaok Sag in Mon
tana Against ao entire race, because one
white man was killed by ire Indians for
making fmiodcsj yropotals" to nlndian
,tif .iiow - tribtw
thntsof") les. wyanieDaiiOB toao
thentlo ; I had jyjjnfeuhjjself,
i agree wit n.,; pop votouu, :ma
some M'lha mili tan
knock sdo la out o
ds." ' I al0
tation." : ...V . ' ... .
Unce more. . science, eiviiizatton tnd
Christianity are ahead, as land, purcha
sers. Where is it recorded in shy. other
country that 3,000,000 "square of told
mines and wheat fields Were purch
for a string of beads and a bottli
whisky" '.Loud applause. Alia
Allah t '' .,;.-
''A eountry where the roses haven
granoe, and the vouien wear no petticisti
where the laborer has no EabbatbJan
tbe magistrate no sense of honor ; mere
tho. roads bear no vehicles, and tbe Ihips
no koels; where tbe noedlo points p the
Sonth, and the sign of being puiaed is
to soratoh the antipodes of the lead;
where tbe place of honor is on tie left
nana, and the scat 0 intelligent is in
the stomach ; where to take) off yov bat it
an insolent gesture, and io we r white
garments is to put yourself in mo rning ;
which has a literature without ai alpha
bet ; and a language without A g immar.
; Spare That Dorg.
Owners of unmaiiled dogs will ind a
suitable expression of their feeliigs in
following prayer t "
"Policeman, spsre that dog I touch
not a tingle hair ; he worries many k hog
from out his muddy lair. Oh I whin bt
was a pup, ao frisky and so plumji, be
lapped his milk from a eup, when hutgry,
at a jump ; and then his funny trioks, so
runny in their place, bo full of taunt
licks upon your hands and faoc Yot
will surely lot him livo I Oh, do not kill
him dead ; he wags his narrative, avi
prays -for lite not lead, tio, get me
MMMJcmw-tiid'JV.- Tftft iSCjpJsbath;
and stop that bow-wow-wow, and tenden
cy to drouth. Ho is our childien't pet,
companion of their joys; you wil not kill
him yet, snd thus our bopea desttoy. No,
policeman sparo that pup, touih not a
single hair oh, put your pistol up, snd
go away from there." r
An Jnralnablo Reclso.
"A recipe worth one thousand lollsrs."
So says the OAtb Culivalor. like one
pound of salsoda and half pourd of qn
slaoked lime, put them In trgtiltn of wa
ter and boil twenty minntet, Jet it ttand
till cool, then draw off and put is a ttone
jug or jar; soak your clothes ovr nigbt,
or until tbey are wet through, torn wring
out and rub oa plenty of soap, aid to one
boiler of clothes, well covered ever with
water, sdd one tea-spoonful of tie fluid :
boil half an honr briskly, then tub well
through one ends and rinse thrragh wa
ter, and your clothes will look better
tbsn the old wty oi twice washing before
boiling. ' This is an invaluable reoipe,
and we want every poor tired woman to
try it. We think with the pateat wash
tub to do the light rubbing, the washer
woman might take the old l$ble and
compose herself on the lounge, and let
tbe washing do itself. v -. t
ZyThe Ey of the fJniecn.
Y It becomes ns at all times to realizl
the thought that God is actual!; a speff.
Itntor of our deeds and words, and even
of tbe imaginations of our hesrts ; and
that His eye is continually running to
and fro throughout our community, be
holding hers both tbe evil and the good.
Lot ss for a moment think of His actual
ly manifesting Himself among ns, in the
divine person of our Lord, and bow walk
ing Our streets, to ascertain tbe true mor
al state of our population. What may
we suppose, would bo awakened In the
mind of Josus, as He beheld the gay
thronz in our chief thoroughfare,- and
looked into their principles and their
emotions r What repugninee would lit
feel when, repairing to the busy aoeodt
of our commercial transactions,. Ha took
knowledge of tho foots, and scrutinised
i into the secrots which He might thert
discover. Did Ho sntor into our various
moneyed institutions, snd, personally in
specting all their plans and their proceed
ings, bring them to the strict test of what
be requires in. holy scripture : did Ht vis
it for awhile our courts of justice, and
unravel all the mysteries of iniquity to
be there disolosed ) did He repair to our
dramatic schools of morale, totalled;
did Ht betake himself to our numerous
pnblio or concealed haunts ol idleness
and dissipation ; did He then -visit ur
private dwellings,' and folW us in our
employments and recreations, from our
first Taking ' thoughts until wt close our
eyes upon our pillows ; and did He tsm
ino our prinoiplct tnd motives, : so little
in conformity with Hit will, and so little
aiming at His glory, we should all stand
guilty before Him, and,' falling- at Hit
feet, ory, "0, Lord, thon ton of David,
Limb of God, that taksst twty tbe tint
of tht world, hVB moroy Upon us .. ,
.' . .V-'V.
"Oh, for a little air 1" signed a young
lady. f'Name it after mo," said the yonng
feu who tat besido her, , y , , f
3'.- 31 w I nt
A Mew Letter by Artemiu Ward.
. Ia tkt 'Savacra Club Pannra" ia riven
the following letter.by Arteinua Ward
e sayt-t . . : -.Jv.c. . ,,:' V. .
ii wa sitting In tht bar. auiotlv tmo
kin frugal pipes when two middle tgnd
(.topnooking iomsles and yoang and
pretty Oroala suddenly entered tht soom.
Tbey were AQfOmpaniedby two umbrellas
and negro gentUaa.---i,o feel for
toe aown trsaaen r said one of the le
males, a thin-faood and sharp voice4 -per
son in green speotaoles. '"Do I feel for
it V answered the lan'lord, in a pnxzled
voioe. "Do I feel for it f" "Yes: for
the oppressed, tht beniehted ?" Inas
much to which V said the lan'lord. "iou
see this man V said tbe female, pintin'
her umbreller at tbe neero trentleman.
"Yes, majm, I see him.". Yes l"!said the
female, raisin' her voice to a extreme
high pitch, "you sot him, and he's your
brother 1" "No, I be darned if ht is I"
said the lan'lord, hastily retreating to bis
beer casks. "And yours I" shoaled the
excited female, tddressin' me. "He is
also your brothor." "No, J tbink not,
marm," I pleasantly replied. "The near
est we oo me to that color in our feui'ly was
in the case of my brother John. He had
the janders sov'ral years, bat they finally
left him. I am happy to state that, at
tbo present time, he hasn't a solitary
jaader." "Look at this man I" toreamed
tbe lcmale. 1 looked at him. He was
an able-bodied, well dressed, co-nfortable
looting negro, rle looked as though be
might heave three or four good meals a
day into binj without a murmur. "Look
at that down-trodden man 1" cried the fe
male. "Who trod on him V I inquired.
"Villinsl despots 1" "Well," said the
lan'lord, why don t Ton m to the willins
sbout it f Wby do you come here tellin'
ns niggers is our brothers, and brandish-
in your umbrellcn round like a lot of
lunytics f Yon're wuss than tbe spent-
rappert." " Have you," said middls sged
temale Ho 2, "bare yon no sentiment -
no poetry in your tool no love for the
beautiful f Dost never go into the green
fields to cull the beautiful flowers T" "I
not only nover dost," said the lan'lord.
in an angry voice, "but I'll bet you five
pound you cant bring a man 'a dares
kti I iuKt?:- gi.t nt. sa;rBfa"fln?i
ued the female, docst not luve to gaze
onto thorn f" "I would I were a bird,
that I might fly to thou I" I humorously
sung, cssting a sweet glance at the pretty
young woman. "Don't yon look in that
way at my dawter, said female No. 1 in
a violent voioe ; "you're old enough to be
her lather." "Tiras an innocent look,
dear madam," I softly said. "You be
held in me tn emblem of innocence tnd
purity. In fsok, I ttsrt for Rome by the
first train to-morror, to tit ts a model to
the celebrated artist, who is about to sculp
a statute, to be called Bwoet Innocence.
Do you suppose a sculptor would send for
me for that purpose onlest he know'd I
wss overflowin with ionocenoy f Don't
make tn error about me." ult.ls my
opinvn," said the leadin' female' "that
you're a soofier and a wretch 1 Your
mind is in a wusser beoloudod slate than
the poor nogroes we sre seeking to aid.
Yoq are grbper in the dark cellar ol
sin. 0, sinful man I ,
There is a sparkling faual, .
Cove.O com and drink.
No, you will not come and drink." "Yes
he will, said tbe lan iard, "it you'll
treat. Jest try him." "As for you,"
said the enraged female to the lan'lord,
"you are a degraded bera', too low an
wulgar to talk to." "This is tbe tparklin'
fount for me, dear sis 1" cried the lan'
lord, drawing and drinking s mug of
beer. Having uttered which goak, be
gave a low rumblio' larf, and relaxed in
to silence. "My colored fren'," I said to
the negro kindly, "what is it ail about r
He said they was trjio to raise money to
send missionaries to the Southern States
in America to preach to the vast number
of negroos recently made free thore. ' He
sail they were without the gospel. Tbe;
were without tracts. I said, "my fren'
this a seris matter. I admire yon for
tryin' to help the race to wbioh you be
long, and far be it from me to say any.
think agin carryW the gospel among the
blacks of ths South. Let tbe gospel go
to them by all means But I happen to
individooally know that there are some
thousands of liberated blaoks in the
South who are starvin'. ' I don't blame
auybody for this, but it Is a very sad fact.
Some are really too Ul to work, tome
cant got work to do, fnd others are too
loolisn to soe any necessity for workin'.
I was down there lost winter, and I ob
served that this class, had plonty of
preaohin Tor their souls, but skuree any
vittles for their stnmmux. Now, If it is
propotod to tend floor and bacon along
with tbe gospel, tbe idea It a good on.
If, on tbo t'other, It it proposed to tend
pretchin' alone, all 1 can asy ht that it's
a hard case for the niggers. If you ex
pect a colored person to get interested in
a tract when bu stummuck is empty, you
expect too muoh." I gave the negro as
much as I could afford, and ' the kind
hearted ianlord did the ssme. I said,
"Farewell, my colored fren. I with yon
well certainly. Xoaart now as Ires as
the etgle. Be like'him and 'soar. . But
don't attempt to convert a Ethiopian per
son while hit ttummnck yearns for vittlea.
Anq you, ladies 1 bopt yon art reedy
te help the poor aad n fortunate abroad."
When ther bad woo. the lan'lord aaid.
"Come in tht garden, Ward and wt wtnt
and culled tome carrots for dinner.
When is a lawyer like a donkey f
n nen be t drawing 4 conveyance.
te.'.T. wsM.wiw"";;"" .
-.J-J- IW .Will
Depart tire of Three Mn Afroaa
the QP" wtiri ll'M,t a
Tbe India rubber KrVsWgwTt'
parail started on tte IthwitAerinsUdus
vovsgs to Europe. Tmfe saipntAtaoW
ieu ou lurro wmauei eir-uyiieocra, tw
ty-sit inches in. diameter, mtd of 7n
ruooer,- ana wororea at rne anc;
Doing cover with duel Mvnnr'.Tnt)
water casks, are also of robber,-at rapped
tn the inside of the raft. These, can also
be used as life preservers. Her stores
consist or biscuit, preserved meafs hnd
fruittroad Lirooot's dessieated egg,' all
of whioh are placed in tin cans. - A chest
six feet long, four feet wido, and twelve
inohes deep, containing all the stores, on
the top of wbioh is a matress oorrred by
an A tent.- As everthfng is exposed,
there being no hold to the raft, it seems
impossible to keep anything io its place,
but tht parties who hare undertaken tbe
voyage think that the raft will ride every
tea. About half past fire o e ock the an
chor wat hoisted, and accompanied by a
number of tmall boats, the-Nonpareil
proceeded down the bay, and after round
ing Governor'! Island disappeared, from
tight. The party on board consisted of
Messrs. Mikos, Miller and Lawson.--JV.
The Province of Kcwtipapersj.
It is unreasonable to expect that the
publio press will always publish such
things as wt, individually, shall like. 'A
person of striotly religions babitt and
tastes will be offended if he sees in a
newspaper the sooount of a prize fight or
of something obscene, and sinful. He
forgets that the newspaper Is but the re
flection of the world at large ; and if he
ia fastidious, ht should retire altogether
from life,' for in a sincle street ha will
find at any given hour of the day, what
will offend almost all his sense. - He
need not read what be considers objec
tionably : in likt manner he need not eat
tt a li&to d'hote any highly seasoned dish.
He may not like venison and irame. hmh.
iLet him order something to hit taste a
veai cuiiet witnout sauce; But my Lady
Godiva may like a few of tht indelicacies
oi the season, and Lord Coventry may
Tw-nnnacB ior anjniraj;. A-nelJIM-per
would bare few readers were its dishr
es of news to eonstst solely of pious pastry
and flimsy puffs. While the tone of a
nowspsper is moral, the publio oannot
complain The musio an of organ may be
of tbe pnrest chsraoter, though the organ
itself, and the organ grinder likewise,
may sometimes show symptoms of the
mud and filtfi pioked np by or scattered
npon them throughout the ramblings of
tbe day. To the pure all things are pure,
and to find fault with a nowspapcr for
every J'nioe offense," is to display the
jsypocrisy of a prude, or the silliucs of an
ignoramus. London Examiner.
This gentleman is carrying on a vigor
out and relentless campaign against
Brownlow and Jaopbinism in Tennessee.
He thus characterizes those nondescripts
called Southern Radicals :
"And who are the men that surround
this shining light this mob chieftain
this destroying angel f Who aro they
that do bis will, echo his commandsgive
an oppearanoe of strength to his power,
and In all things sustain bim as hastern
satrsps and janissaries sustained their
masters in Oriental times and lands f
Who are they that seek; io tbe name of
loyalty to root out the seed, to kill the
fruitful blossom of liberty, affecting to
hats acd despise a great rebellion at the
moment that tbey are arraying them
selves on the side of a greater, a rebellion
againtt society, peaoe, humanity, lovo,
and all tha precedents or good govern
ment f Who 'sre they T I answer
Apottat ReUh I Not repentant rebels,
not pardoned rebels, but recreant, base,
cowardly, malignant, apoitaU rebels !
The last and ths greatest ot earthy infa
my bos beou reserved for those who have
been false to every principle, truant to
Ovory party, faithless to every promise
and engagement, beoauso no other class
of men could do the work that they have
done cAld tink so low or grapplt so
f tscelloo:idIe Talk ' '
Tht boy who lost hit balance on the
roof found it on tht ground shortly alter
ward. -,- .;'; ...... ' . .t
A Western editor wishes to know if the
law against the carrying of deadly weap
ons,'appliea to doctors who carry pills to
inoir pockets. .-. ;
A conscientious witness down fiatt re
fused to swear that be aaw one man kick
another, but he readily took hit oath that
he law defendant lake hit foot away from
piatatiB tnree iimea. . - - - ? .
A veritable story it told of a bright lit
tie girl who attending 8undav School for
the nrst lime, sa asked "who went into
the lion's den T" Tbe little one appear
ed pusslsd, nd, not answering, the'ieach
er commenced, spelling, to awaken the
child's reoolleotion D-t-,n," "1 can
toll now," exclaimed tha three-year old.
all smiles. "It was Dan Bice." ' 1
notice.: , :. ;.;
giTeu laai ua tutwenoer
prolnled and onalifiM as
Sascutor onnwsstaisor Barah Klliolt, rat
of Clwrsmk Township, em.
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V,..,v;iruI.S is i. t
He year, ".s. t JltL
'AattSoticst. .ieii9 t l'tft
J av Hrsr tf,m-rsjLeadfdj..s Vs1(t '.
dthhtad ofpoialN6ffl;ifaB6ul(: 1
!e Column adTertt-SMUr1fittttagtf'
- pereent. Biaddilintt)SBjr;jf j
BRj SCHENCS'B, . IT AKST,
k mesa mis are oompose.q or Tariooxrooiirr
rWrrlrg the power to rtta rh "seeretiens of
ttiS Brer as prenmttt hai feua&mAs)3.9T
vrwuari-a oi Titiatwl nut, sm-nmoTA iVoss
obstrottieH rroBmairvst and biliary dncts- 'Sl "
which are tbe oause of bilious alfceu'ons iiL
general. .1 '". , ,-'
BC.HENCK'8 "AXDRA1,1! PILW eift
Slrk Headache, and all other disorders af
tht Lirer, indioitel by sallow skin, eoated
tongue, eostireness, drowsiness, and a gener
al feeling of weariness and lassitude, show
Ing that the lirer is in a torpid or obstructed
condition. , . -j ...
In short, these Pills mav be used with id-
vaatag In all oases when a purgstlvt or-lf
terativa me.lljlno Is required. -Pleass
ask for "Dr. Schtnck't UandraliS
Pills," and observe that the two likenesses of
n Kocior ate on rue uorernmem atarop
one when in the last staira ot Coasnmntioo.
and the other lo'hie pi esent health.
com oy an uruegtsts and dealers, -rrtct
25 cents pes box. Principal Office, "So," 16
norm eta utreei, Philadelphia, Vs -" .IA " .
- .General Wholesale A rents i Demis Barnes
and Co., 21 Park Row. New Fork I S S Hane
108 Baltimore St, Baltimore, Id.Jobn P. 'T
Park, N E oor of Fourth and 81, Cincinnati j
Walker and Tarltr. 124 and 188 Wabash At.,.Vje
Cbiosgo, 111. ; Collins Brothers, .southwest, i ri
corner of Seeond and Nine Bts, 81 Louis, Mo. "
A-Cough, A Cold, or A , ? .
Bore Throat, - . ,
, axn snoviB st eicxi. a ,i
Irriutlon of the Lunge, A
remanent Throat Die-i-'i
ease, or Consumptloa.
IS OFTEN TllJt.ftFa?JLT.i ,
Baling a direct influence to the parts,' glii V
Immediate relief. . . , i
ForBtonchhls, Atthaaa, Catarrh, Cobeunip-' "
live and Throat Diseases.'' r.- -j- t fct
Troche art need with always good sncctss, . -:,-t
SINGERS ANDPUBLJO SifEAKJERS J. .
will and Troehes useful rnetwrhic tht veictf
when taken before Blnrfi''Utfj"-lrhn' :
rslieiina tlx ikroal Sim in unusual exer-
uoa pi ino tuobi organs, luw xrvonoa jf
recommended tnd presort ed by PhTscians,
and have had testimonials from eminent atea
throuirout the oountry. Being an article ef
true meritand have proved their efficacy by a
test of many yean, each year findt these in
new localities in various parts of .tht world,
and tht Troches ar universally pronounce"
be'ter than other artioles. .. ,-
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchical Troches.
and do not take ony of the Worthless Imila'
tions that may be offered. .Bold everywhere.
Nov. 28 6024.
ERRORS OF YOUTH. - - '
A Gentleman who suffered for yean from -'.-' f
Nervont Debility, Prematnrt decay, and all ... i q,
the effects ef youthful indiscretion, will, for . ,
tht suffering humanity, send free to all who
need It, the reoipe and direct font for making
ths simple remedy by which At waa enred
Sufferers wishing le prod by the advertisers - '
experienee.can de so by addressing.'
He.42Cedar8t, New York..' "
. 'in- '
. Dissolution. ' v "
mutual consent of tho parlies, the
partnership herototore existing between
the undersigned in the Furniture" and
Lumber business has this day been dis
solved. Mr. D. A. Stinger retiring from
the firm. H. M. Hickok still carries on
tbe business at the old stand, with whom
all accounts are left for settlement. '
H. M. HICKOK. .
" D. A. STINGER.
Ashland, June 7, 18G7. 8w51. ...
Teutonia insurance Co T
. v OF CLE VIL AND OHIO. , .
Capital Slock, - 0800,000
Further responBibility, $200,000. . .t
OIB.ee, BCOVILL'B BLOCK, 126 8DP V
RIOR STREET, up stairs. . -''; ' "1
" TJIHECTOBSt '"'.
H W Luelkemeyer. ' J Storoel. '
r Deimer, 1)A , .
P Gaenaslcn, ;
OSohenck, M I
H. Beckman-,-- .
H Melcber ...
FRSilberg, ' .'
K Hap, .
IKW Luetkemeysr, B BcstenautUer t '
Pres, . - 8e.
J Stoppel, " C B Kraut, yr. '
..,.. . VifePrett. . .. Pen Agent.
H. B. 8EB, Agent Ashland, Ohtev
BARGAINS IN Rhl ESTATE.
Acres ef tand 1 offered for tale, In
Richland Coanty, wlsooBsIm, and a .
i residence la Ashland, Ashland C.. '-'.- 'U'l
Ohio, at a Bargain. Terms part ia hanit ( tl
aad balanet oa time, if reqaiitd. For fur
ther partionlart, tnt,uire ot the aaoVrtirBed, :''
ai his office In Miller's Block, Second Siory. ...
opposite tht Tew HalL Attilaad.'Ohlb. ' ' v y J
t- : .'-,'v.; H. & SEE.-i. -i . '-,:-.
y ' . ... ;Rtal Estate A4 it
April 10. 186T-42lf .-, ,r '
The Healing Pool, and House of.; i
Mercy. Howard Association Reports, j,
for Yonng Men, on the Crime of Solitude, . .. (u
and the Errors,' Abnstt and' Diseases
which destroy the manly powera,' And
create impediment o-.Msrrisge, (With-
aura meant of relief. Bent in tealed lot- " .
ter envelopes, free f eharge." Addresa i
Dr, J. 8killln Honghloi, Howard Assoy" E'7 ,
oietioo, Philadelphia, ?.-. i' vtMS,;.4
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