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ASHLAND) OHIO. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17,1867. . , . No; 4
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1W.O8B0Rir, Comaon Plaa Juda.
. TCBD8HNKLL Probata Jndgo.
. . I X DR ATTON, Cl'k Com. fV k JHit. Cr'U
'Ah CVBII8, Proaaatln Attorney. .
' ; E at CAMPBELl, Auditor " ' '; f '
WIUIAM O HELTUAN, JCreMMt?,-'
RtpHWaiHV. Bkia;,i - -r
OKORUE W.UKUS, Keoordor.
JOHH KEBNB, Bumyov T ,
'I3RBAL M AEKEL, Coronot- J "
UU. COWAH, ':;.VA .
JOHN VAN HBSI,-. Oomaiiialoaeri. :
. VIIINST WICKB. ,-, ...&;'.!
... w.a.oAiLowAV ; i . - v
, WM. CEIIO. , , llaiSr'y Plrectori.
MOSkB UItArR. v J' .';-.'
' '. . MC'BOOL KXJtJMJrERS,
t X IDVBR, ' : Aabland. ,
" E. M.CAMPBKU "
, BLIVfl FEADpIELIEB, BaraMah.
J. 0. Jennings, Cub. ' ,' , H. luther, Preai,
FIRST JTATIOMZ. BAJTK
w ' Of A8H1AND, OHIO. ;
- Dtractvra. :
iHulbariWhtr, t G. V. Topping. 1
: -. Jaaob Ciall, - I J.O. Janaings. '
'" JaataeFardy. . ,t
Do taUdnilralT t banking Voiiaeaabaj and
aall Eaatera Bxebaaga a?4Coln; Dluonnt
npoa (adiTidoal tworil- .SU lUranue and
Paatag atapi. . ' : '
I. P. CwAB,Pre't.:
IaAAo Qm, Teller,
A H. MTaia.CMh.
T. V. BOIBHBIX, .
J. W HifrM - , . , r T. R. BAKla.
U . Baomoabdb,-V I' W. 8. Battlko,
BAKER, BATTLES & CO. BANKERS,
Deelen 1 Add, Silver, Eiehange U. 8.
, Soadi, tnourrent money, Berenue Stampe,
to. Bleoount approved paper, pa interest
om lima depoilta, and do a General Banking
- MILLER. HOUSE,
North iU'MIb itreet, Aabland, Ohio, II.
' Millar, Proprietor. Good aocommodattona
( and reaaonalla bitla.
- ' MCRTJIiTT HOU8K,
Vm. UaNolly, Proprietor, Boutk aide Main
Kreei, Aehland, Ohio. - : "
' JOHN I. JACOBS, ;
Attorney at Law,' Aabland, Ohio. All kinds
of. buolneu , belonging to the profession
Sromplly at) ended to. Office opposite first
atlonal Balk, op ataira.
- '.i'jn T.'Y, MoCRAY. :
Atlarnay at law, Vast Balem. Wayne oona
ij, Ohio, will attend promptly to all business
in hie proisssion, .
X : J0BN D.. J0NEB, -Attorney
at Law, Aihland.' Particular at
tention paid te Collecting, and business in
. Probata t'eorL . Offlce an Church sireet, bo
tween Mala and Baadusky. - ;
v f: WM: T. JOHNSTON, -Attorney
at Law, Ashland. OfSoe the one
lately coupled by Osborn k Curtis, ea
burub street, near Jlain. Also aulhorlied
by Ike Oorernnient to procure Pension Cer
tileatel and collect Bounty and baok pay.
-MoCOMBS & CIJIlTIg, V. ;i
' Attorneys and CounstUors at Law, Aabland,
" Ohio Office ia Bank, building, orer Beer's
(taraware store.. ,-
'. t'v""r"''.H-B. SER,
Attorney at Law, Fire and Life Insuranea
. Aient, and Nolan Public. Particular atten-
' lion paid to collecting, Probata business, par
' UUoa easaa and aieeution of deeds, mortga
ges and Contracts. Office In Miller's Block,
second story, Main street, Ashland, Ohio.
f. H CUrk, M. P. - T. 8. Huntar, M. D.
; CLAfiK k HUNTEB,..
EaTa asaooiaCed themaelTea for the nraetioa
of Medicine and Surgery la the Tillage of
Ashland. Creole! attention lTa to Me
treatment of Chronli eases. Office oa Churoh
street, near Main.
t GEORGE W. HILL, M. D.,
Pbyslelaaaad Burgeon, Ashland, Ohio.
ParMenlar attention wiU bo paid to the treat
pent ot the following apaolal diaeasest Dye.
pepsia oiaaaee oi u autw, um aiiwji
gorofuia and SolthiQal Cancers. ' ,
- J. P. COWAN, M,
Pkyslaiaa amdSargeoa, Ashland, Ohio. 01-
ae la anuari ausa, appeaHo toww. niu.
Xewellers aad SUTertaiUia, three doors wast
of Miller House, Ashland, flold and Sihar
Foaaand a eholesjrariely of Jewelry kept
sonsuauy on nana. - nunest ariee pal a lor
old gold and sllrer. Kapairiag doaa to order
ana oa reasonable term. . . . -
: A. h 0. Ws I.IALWAY.
" On i4 ftfUr tfoMtUv. iprQ Wth, 1867,
fnuni win inn ahin v IVMWWi
: :t.Z owa vistr'.. . . ...
Excresi rnUbi . 10;68 P. II
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Aaaommedatioa UalL .. . 8:16 A. M
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BipraalrVelgM';- V ;12i80A.al.
Way freight -. ' r .. 1(20 ,
lloraln RniMas -"'' ' 10:00
AoeoaaTodatloaMail 7 ' ." fcU P.M.
These are Uta tulf Trajai itai iri)l aarry
rfaW "v"v!' ' ' '' .
Organize ! Organise ! I Organize! I I
'. Tbi campaign is bow btiag opeael
Tko deeidra eoatest is to b detenhined.
Demoerati of Ohio, will joa ealmly per
mit the triumph of paaVUhat has gone
on from one step to anotBrf until scarce
ly a Teatiga of . the Government . our fa-
then gare us la left I Will yon permit
the establishment of Negro foffrse and
the disfranchisement of White men with-,
oirtisff(ffBjJtTQ ; J
If not, we appeal to you to organize In
in etflry precinot, in erery school dietriot
and jnore harmoniously 4 effeolnally
to prerent it.- ; ' . - I r
Thousands of honest thinking Repub
licans are to-day disgusted with the poli-
oyof the Radical party. The Ridicals
themMlrei are satisfied thej will be de
feated at the polls if they do not succeed
in allaying the disaffection that pervades
theitnnk. .. . ...
Then the contest U to be determined
by the acqnisiiionof voters that now be
long to neither party. ; i ' ' j
We will have to contend with, the nat
ural prejudice of a' former political oppo
nent, whilst the Radicals will bar to
contend with oonviotionajif. right that
render their principle and policy abso
laUly repulsive. ;;!- i
With a proper effort (he victory will be
Therefore, organise at enee. - Remem
ber if Radicalism is' triumphant exoes
sire taxation must continue Remember
that Negro Equality will be fastened no
on' at and out posterity; - i! . '
" Remember that change fler change
Will ba made in the organ! law until oar
republican form of Government ia fritter
ed away, the States dutroyed and milita
ry government be established in lien of
Ufa afrit' i i.i4.;jAw-.
Again, we appeal to yon to organise
and avert these calamliiee. f- -
- The first party in the field' will secure
the advantage of position, and yon' can
not organise too soon.
Let every Democrat seek oat hie Re
publican friend, and use inch meant at
are neoessary to aonvinot Mm of the de
structivenrss of the Radicals. Converse
with him, induee bio to subscribe fbr a
Democratic journal, or subsoribe for one
for bim, and in almost every instance jon
will be gratified with the result. If each
tried and true Demoerrt would be (sal
ons in Ihe work from now to the election,
onr success would be oertain.
. Frequent private meetings thonld be
had..- Public speeches tnswer to etir up
the lake warm and teoure a full attend-
a nee at the polk; they -seldom convert.
Conversions are Scoured by friend con
versing with ftiond -by reading end med
itation. If the Democracy In every looality will
meet privately and consult, counsel, and
advise with eaoh other, and then toe that
the proper appliances are used towards
every doubtful Republictn, we can not
fail of incoess. j ;, , . ' ' . '..',? '
Then to the work.
If it eoflte time and money remember
the differences in your taxes under
Democratic administration will save yon
double the amount expended in a single
Remember that wbst you ecpend is
paid at a prioe for a While Mao't Suf
frage. Ohio Strttmo. - ,
' in hi . r v
Jt? The price of wool continue low.
Oar Republican friends who favor a pro
tective tariff,' will do welVto remember
that Hayes voted against protecting this
interest. A tariff of twenty fire to tbir
ty per tent would lave added jnet that
much to the price or their wool.
i ii null I -
si. The WooWGrowen appear to be
stirring up a breeaa In the Radical party.
They cannot tee why they should go for
aaolipped wool, on the Negro ticket, end
go for Hayet, who failed to look after the
interest of ehesp't wool, in Congress.
l VS. A German sujrar baker, . afflicted
with a bad wife, told hit master that 'She
was tronk all to tav Saturday nizht ana
all to night Sunday morning, and I vos
that mad that I the stairs tight
' taT Little "Mama" wu discussing the
great be realtor with her mamma, when
the following ensued: . I' ' .
;' "Mamma, will jou go to Btavea whep
you ie r--.:,v- v i. '. t t'-V"
"Yet, I tope to. child.1' - -
"Well, mamma, I hope I'D go too, or
you h M lonesome." ' N
Oh. I hose voar anna will t-d too."
"Oh, bo, rntmpa, be eaa't leave the
Horace Orcelr and Jefl. Davla
aney nave naa Jttorsoc ureeiy neiorej , . . , ..
the Smelling Committee of the House of 'DEJOEIPTION OF IT BY BRICK
Representatives at Washington, to find
out why he went upon Mr. Davie' bail.
By thit they have not made much if
tny thing, Mr. Qreeley stated explicit
ly that he was never asked by the Pres
ident or by Goverment officers to act in
the matter. The following conversation
Q. Did tny one, after it was known
that you.prpposed to go bail.for.Mf . Da
vit, apply to yog not to do to, ot write to
you about it f j '
A. Well, sir, there was a hubbub at
the time I was here and Senator Wade and
Senator Chandler talked to me about it.
I think Senator Cresswell, of Maryland,
wu , abo present, . I do -not recollect
any other person, ,. ; j
Q. On what ground did they urge
you not to go bail for Davit J -
A. There wu a conversation of half
an hear between us on the subject. I
eta not state definitely what particular
reasons they urged.- They thought it
would be bad policy, tnd that it would
nave a bad lDtluonoo.
Q. That it would have a bad effect
on the Republican party f
A,'I btlieve to, iThtl wu. the im
pression I had. '
Q. Were there any other nersonf en
deavoring to prevent von coins: bail for
Aii l. do. not reoolkot. . There mav
have been One' or two' personal friends
doing so,' although it wu not generally
known that I intended to go his bail.
Q. Did they put their objections on
party grounds aiooef - .
Q. There wu no principle involved
in itf ...
A. I do not recollect. Thev made
no impression on me, other than that it
would be injurious to the party.
Q. Did you tell them that it , wu
party question to bail Jeff Davis, he
ving been imprisoned so long
a. no, sir. in me nrat piaoe 1 was
desirous of bringing on the trial The
first ysar I thought we could compel the
Government to to bring the prissner to t
trial by a writ of habeot corpus. Finally
1 thought the time for a trial to tny
good purpose had psssed.
Q. Did you go bail for Jefferson Da
vit with a view of having bim tried f
A. no. a wished to have bim tried
ir.tbe Uoxernment should ever wish to
Q. I understand you at savin that
you thought the time for trying him to
any good purpose bad psssed away f
a, a oai was my juagment,
Q. Is that your opinion now f
A. Yes, so far as I know the facta
If he had anything to do with tsssssina-
ting President Lincoln, or poisoning or
starring prisoners, i wisn mm to be
tried. I do not know, any faots that jot
tify either bh area.
Q. You know of no facts on the tab-
ject of his connection with the assassina
tion of President Lincoln,
A. No sir, none that would connect
him with it
So it tDDeart that 'the onlv obieolion
that Wade, Chandler & Co. had against
the bailing of Mr. Davis wu, that it
might havt a bad effect upon the Rcnnb
iioan party I ibis was the only light
they viewed it in. An tot of national
injustice was to continue to be perpetua
ted, otherwise it might injure the ttcrmb
lioan psrty I What high grounds for
statesman to assume I ,
Ad Affecting Story.
A negro tat on the ourbstone bare.
brooding over hit woes ; tad wu hit heart
and kinky hit hair, hit giiiard feet were
exposed to the air, and exceedingly seedy
bis clothes. And u be tat In the outting
blut we bad to pity the east ; he wistful
ly looked at each person that passed, and
we beard him soliloquise thus : "Oh I
why did Ole Abe, wid de hatchet faee
go act dis darkey free f I wu nappy at
home wid de Oder nigs, wid plenty of
whisky an' feedin' like pigs, an' ole Di
aan wu nappy wid ret. Ule masse wu
kind, an' when I wu tick he fed me an'
kep' me at home, but now I feel slot
1 at got noDjn to eat, an' bu to sit here
an' freese in de street, Oh, why did de
buro turn f In de winter time I tot by
at nre, wid de young 'uns, buskia corn
out bow l ee no buskin' to do, en' no
good fire or house to go to. ta' my elo't
it all tattered an' torn. . In: do aummar
time, when de day's work's done, we
daooad at de cabin door for wa all wu
gay, an' we dance twav 1o de rood ole
musio Pete used to play, but I feelt like
rlmttoin' mm tanAiu nit I ...
Msaaivaea , UU lUVIVe Van a IA U1V HlalBM
would take me back on dt ole plantation
tpia, I'd never leave tot tick freedom u
diet but I'd work mighty hard, an' jit'
to show dera how foolish Tie bin."
Wbea the darker ceased, the bis tears
from hit eyee rolled down over hit cheeks
very fast, and wt left him there on the
curbstone barev exposed to the tutting
bluU'.'ABd wt tould bal tLtukJ st ws
Sattea along, on I what bu the "bureau
one T" It fed the negro til rammer tnd
spring, when he could get work at al
most anything, batjiow UU him starve
'lanilh(nr for lh Admlrstm nt
I . ': Iliu Rail. . , '
, From thela Croase Deniocrat, , . ,
i.'.' -At A sUn BAXLItT I -'. '. -v .
Eureka I t-' : '"' e'i'-i '
Look at that brace 'of bands, once toft
and Pretty,' now tvrTased with tht Egyp
tian blushes. Tt3i lepk into those optic
and tell ns tales of sympathy. And look
at that Mount Ton! en oar right cheek
bone. Bue-balll That it the row.
It came tbout that. Secondary de-
iloyment it too shirksome for the system.
The dootor said w needed exercise.
Doctor knows. He told ns to join Base
ball, we joined. Bought a book of in-
ttructiona,and lor five days ttadied it
wisely tf not to) weli.4 Then we bought
a sugar seepp eln, a red belt, a green
shirt, yellow tnusert, pumpkin colored
shoes, a paper eoiar aau purple aeck tie,
and, with a lot of other delegates, moved
gently to the greuad. . r
mere were tvo ninea. These Dines
were antagonists) The, bill it a pretty
little drop of sofaest, tht lite Of a goose
eggr tnd fire degieet harder than a briok.
The two ninei play against eaeb otber.
It it a quiet gatie, much more chat
than eheaa. . Them wu an Umpire.:. Bis
position wss a hard one. He tits on a
box and Jellt "fowL" Hit duty it se
vere. , . v '. ;-f .-, i-f
I took tha bat, It ia a murderous
plaything, descended from Pooahootu to
the head of John Bmith. The man ia
front of me wu a. pitcher. He wu a
nice pitohor, but h tent tha btli hot.
Tht man behind me waff a catcher. - He
caught it too I '
The umpire taU "nlav." It la the
most radical play I know of, thit base
ball. Sawing cord wood it moonlight
rambles beside bate bell. So the pitch
era tent a ball toward me. It looked
pretty coming, so I let it oome. , Than
be sent another. I hit it with tha alnb.
and hove it gently upward. - Then I
ttarted to walk to tht tint base. Tha
ball lit in the pitcher, ot hit hinds, and
somebody said he caught a fly. Alu,
poor fly I I walked leisurely toward the
cue. Another man took a hat. . I n.
inroad luw.WU mm aaalUa it, iA
" iutju mr-wr-Mio-oneea. : The
man said it wu the ball, , It felt like
mule, and I reposed on tha grass. The
ball went on I .
Pretty toon then were two more flies.
and three of us flew out. .Theo the oth
er nine oame in, and at nine went out.
This wat better. Just u I wu standing
on my dignity in the left field,', hot ball,
at tbey called it, came skyrocketing to
ward me. My captain yelled, "Take it 1"
I hastened gently forward to where tha
ball wu aiming to descend. I have a
good eye to measure distances, tnd saw
at t glance where the little mrolite wu to
light I put up my bandt. How sweet
ly the ball descended, Everybody look
edI felt something warm ia my eye 1
"Muffin I" yelled ninety fellers. "Muffin'
be d I It't a eanaon ball 1" For
three days l ve had two pounds of raw
beef on that eye, and vet it naineth 1
men i wanted to go home, but mv
gentle captain said "nay." So I nayed
ana stayea. ratty toon it wu my strike.
"Brick to bat I" yelled the umpire. I
went, but not all serene u wu my wont.
The pitcher tent in one hip high. I
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uubvu. it. . a nui iu anoiner neoc nign.
It struck me in the gullet. "Pawl."
yenea cue umpire. . lie tent in the ball
gain. Tola time I took it square and
tent It down in the tight field, thnmoh a
parior winaow a teroseno lamp, and rip
up against the head of an infant who'wu
I . . . . ' o--
quietly taking its nan ia hti or it
mother'e arms. Then 1 slung the ba
tnd meandered forth to the first hue.
I heard high words tnd looked. When
I slung the bat I had with it broken the
jaw of tht umpire tad wu fined (en
The game went en. I liked it It is
tomuohfun to mn from bssa to bam
jus i in uas to do pat cut, or to ehase a
bail thret-rourtbt of a mile down hill
wnuetii tna tpeetatort yell "muffiu I"
go u -nome run r -go round agaia I"
or "go round a doua timet I" Ban-ball
I. . -..a llaal- mi a.
isbswehi iiitio game, nnen n earns
my turn to bat again, I noticed every
tody move back about tea rode I - Thel
new umpire iwirseiea twelve rodl. - 11 a
wu timid I The pitcher tent 'em in hot
Hot balls in time of war are good. Bnj
I don't like 'em too hot fbr fun. - After I
while I got a fair olio at it, aad you bet
h sou,, wwd u vauies uowa id
right field. ..A fat man and bit dog is
in the shade of ta oak enjoying tha game.
The bar) broke one leg of tha dog and
landed like a runaway engine la tha tor-
ponnuy oi me IM BUB,., : lit WU taktB
homo Iodic.: ',
Then I went on a double qui ok to the
field, aad tried to Hop a hot ball It
camt toward ma from tht bat at tha rate
of nine miles a minute. I put up my
hands, the ball went iwsetly tingin: on
Its wsy with all tht ikih, fjrom. my palrpa
nitii ua - , , j t . -(
. Mort raw beef I v ':rv -r
HTbatwutB tvsntful chap vrhfl first
iuvtBttd base-ball.' It't iueh fun. I've
piayea nve garnet, and tbit It tht glow,
log result: .. , -
. Tfinry KTcd dollsrt said .out ' f
lUiugi, .. j . ... M.
Oat banged aye, badly bunged. :
, One brokea liult finger. u
' Ont bums orf tha ltt.S$Z
;. PrJrtteltma btola. . "
A sore jaw.i , .... .
One thumb dislocated. 1' "
Throe sprained anclot.
Five twelled legs. ' . . .
One dislooited shoulder i from
to throw t hall a thousand yards.
Two hands raw from trying to stop hot
ballt. , . .. , ,
A lump the site of a hornet's nest on
my left hip, well back.
A noso sweetly jammed, and five uni
forms spoiled from rolling in the dirt at
me oases. .. . , . .
I have plaved two weeks, and don't
think I like the game. There it not a
square-inch on, or in me but aohes. : I
sleep nightt dreaming of hot balls, "flya,"
"fouh. and dndrtnndinir Ir.irwVt''
never worked to hard tinoe Ruth ttole
wheat, and never wu so lame since the
burning of Luther. .'.....
But I am proud of mv nrofloiencv In
tho game. It't fine exercise a little ea.
sier than being run through a threshing-
mantiina ' and tint mnufi aU1 . V.'m -
, - WUVH -l.-UII U
niee gtmt for a poet or orator'twill
make one sore beyond all accountt.
I'vt looked over the soorsr't book, and
find that in two weeks I've broken seven
bats, made one tally, broken, one umpire's
law, broken ten windows ia tdjoining
houses, killed a baby, broke the leg of a
aog, and mortally injured the bread-bu-kftt
of a spectator, knocked five other
players out of time by slinging my bat,
and knocked the water-fall from a tohool-
mirm who wu standing twentj rods
frpm the field, a quiet looker-on.
I've used up fifteen bottles of arnioa
Iinament, five bottlet of lotions, half a
raw beef, and am to full of pain that it
seems it if my bones were out broken
oats, and my lege tut limbs ot a dead
horse-chestnut, instead or tht onoe ele
gant trotters of . '.. . Vtr
P. S.i AH ltdiet in favor of "univer
sal suffering" art invited to join our olub I
. Coffee's Brilliant Meav .
A week or tea dayt tgo a stalwart dar
key applied to the oounty clerk for li
cense to marry, which wu promptly is
sued ia due form by our affable eleik.
and Nig bowed hlmeelf out, hat in baud,
toe nappies? uarsey ativt. r-- f --
h The oirenmataact had beta forgotten
by the olerk, when yesterday in walked
the uma dukev, with hit hat under bit
arm, when theTollowing conversation oe
Nig "Mr. Clerk, you 'member 'bout
dcra lioeniea t"
Clerk What license I
Nig "Why dem what you give me
for to marry.'' :
Clerk "No, I rsmember nothing of
ths kind. Did I issue you license to
marry f" , .
Nig "Dat'a it Boss. Dat't il." "
Clerk-Well, what do you want V
Nig "Why, I'sa tried dat 'oman and
don't like her. I jist want't you to rub
out her name in de licenses, and put in
a nuddor one."
Clerk "Why you rascal, didn't you
marry tha woman whose name I put on
the license 7"
Nig" "Ob course I did. but vou tee I
keept de lioenu in my pocket all de time,
so'i I could ohange dem if dat one didn't
suit wort a cent."
- w nen the 'man and brother wu as
sured that nothing could be dona for
him, ht retired very much disgusted with
"dt Yankee wty ob marryin' folkt."
Truth it like God't btntism upon the
hills. First, it it like dew-drops, silently
descending through a olood of mist and
vapor to sua toe petals or tome droopiog
flawert. , Then it ia a little pool gather
ing iu some tiny basin in a fraternal em
brace of atoms. Then it is a rill, that
aToet patting its channel way throuirh
Jgreen mou and dowa tht loping hillside,
hastening to tha meeting of wateq be-
ow. Then it u a stream, hurrying over
rwipioeo ana aown cascade roots, turn
Ifing the great wheel of manufacture,
Ignading tha grain and working tht tpia
Idles and shuttles of man. - Then, it L
i ue river, tiowiy roiling onward through
J in mighty channel, upon whioh great la-
.m ' . '
y barges rook and paddles of tht tteam-
boat beat And theni then- it ia tht
broad tweea of tht Atlantio upon which
it bornt from land to land tha products
of tht Industry of ths entire world.
And that's tha way truth pones. ' And
tnat't tna way trnta acti
10 Tha New York correspondent of
the Louisville Democrat, Writes i
"Wt average about three tuioidef per
dty bow: the cases are chiefly fast young
men tnd fast young women who havt
gone through Eft to "fut" that they are
at length, weary of it It ia a curious
met thai most or inett miserable people
hall from New England, and especially
from hfastachuMttt- Tbt part of tht
country, it it to ba feared, bu ceased to
rtcognist tht nstiining iafltjeocM of re
ligion." . .' !
Ma, Aa Indian passing up tha streets
of Natchos, a few dayt t'cce, wu asked
tha relative position of tht white man,
negro and Indian. Giving a usual "Ugh,"
ht uld t "Fore tha war, futt turn white
man, du lnjia, den dog, and dead
nigger sow, cum nigger, den dog, den
Irjin.and thiU mta last,' .
The Difference Between
White Han sand Negro. ' ' l-
Mep of all political parties, who are
acquainted with the writing! of Profes
sor Agassis, consider him the most scien
tific msn in America.. To those who pre
tend to think (for it it only pretended)
that the negro is the "equal of a white
man. and ia entitled to all the oolitical
rights and privileget of. the white mm,
wt commend the following extraott from
t lecture delivered by tht Professor re
eently in New York Gty: ; v A
"I have pointed out aver oat bnndrod
peoific diffsrepoet between the bona! and
nervous systems of the white man and
negro. ' Indeed, their frames are alike in
no particular. There is not a bone ia the
negro's body whioh is relatively the aama
shape, tixe, articulation or ohemioally of
the same composition m that of the white
mm. The negro't bones contain a far
greater per eentage of eolcarioui salts
tarn those or white men.' Even the ne-
grc's blood is chemically a very different
fluid from that which courses iu tho veins
of the white man. - The whole physical
organism of negro differs Quite u mnnh
from the white man's u it does from that
of the ehimpansct that ia. his bones.
nerves, muscles ind fibres, Tht ehim pan
see hu not much further to progress to
beoomt a negro than the negro hu to be-
wuio wuuo man. mit not tcieooe in
"Climate hu no mora to da with it,
difference between the white man and
negro than it hu with that between the
hone tnd ate, or tht eagla and the owl.
Eaoh ia a distinct and separate creation
They were designed to fill different nluux
in the system of ntturt. The .negro it
no more a negro by. accident or misfor
tune than the owl it the kind of bird he
by aeoident or misfortune. .The' ne
gro it no more the brother of the white
man than the owl it tht titter of the ea
gle, or thin the us is the brother of the
horse. How stupendously and yet how
simple, it the dootrino that the Almighty
inaxer oi me universe nu created diner
ent placet and offices in the grand tcenery
of nature V ' ,.- " . . .
Water A clear fluid once used u t
drink. ' .
Honesty An excellent joke.
Dentist One who finds work for his
own teeth by tskiog those of other peo
my Dear An expression used bv mtn
tnd wife at the commencement of a Quar
rel. " -
Policeman A man employed bv the
corporation to sleep in the open air.
Bargain a indicront transaction, In
which each partv thinks ha cheated tha
other. ... .:.-! .',...
Dootor A man who kills you to-day
to save you from dying to-morrow.
Editor A poor wretch who empties
hit brain iu order to fill his stomach. . '
Esquire Everybody j yet nobody;
equal to a colonel. - ' .
Jury Twelve prisoners in a. box, to
try one or mora at the bar.
States evidenoe A wretch who is nar.
doned for being baser than hia enmradai.
Lawyer A Teamed gentleman who re-
cues your estate from your enemy and
seeps u nimteu. -
It wu announced tome time ago bv
he radical press that the virtuous tnd
lout Dick Yates had joined the Tern-
eranoe aooiety, and that henceforth he
u going to lead a strictly moral lire.
aa illustration or bow Dick holds to
it plighted faith, it it announoed that
ht was arrested ia Chicago a few days
ago for drunkenness oa the street, and
liberally fined! It ia not stated what
"Kate and the children" had ta lay about
.1.. . t.-
tea If you wish to put vourtelf and
yonr children upon a Political and social
equality with negroes, vote for tht Ne
gro Kullregt Amendment to tht State
Constitution, and for tha Radical candi
dates for office. Bat if you ire onoosed
to Nsero equality, vote "No" to the
Amendment, and east yonr bpljpt fpr the
uemoorauc oanoiaaiea. , . - '
WasiID JVofict to Verdant Touna
Jfos. An txehange hu the following,
and u it cannot oe made to apply to Ash
a a a w a tf .
iana, wo puniisn merely that "our
reiiowr may tea how these church door
loafers are laughed at elsewhere i Want
ed One hundred and seventy-five young
men of all shapes tnd tizu, from the
tall, graceful dandy, with hair tnongh
ou uii upper up u fius a careers cata.
lot, down to the uttle hampbaok, freak'
le laoed, bow legged, parrot- headed up
start. . The object it to start a gaping
corps, to Dt in attendance at tht churoh
doort on! eaoh Sabbath, before the com
meneement of divine service and at the
ciose, to stert at me uaiet at tney enter
and wavs tht church, and to make deli'
oato and gentlemanly remarks upon their
person tnd dress;' AM who wish' to en
ter the tbovfi corps will appear it tb
different ' cbnroh doort next gondsy
toorainp. 'where thev will ha'dnlv In.
tpected, and tbelr hemes, personal ap
pearance, and vacuity of braint registej-
Ft W I ooou aeps tor tnat purpose.
at9"I eennot conceive, my dear, what
it tha matter with my watob i-I think It
most need cleaning." axolaimed in in
dulgent husband to bit bettor half, tha
other day. . "No, pa," laid hit petted lit
tle aangnter, "I know it don't - want
cleaning, because baby and I washed it
in toe tnein ever to long thit morning'
DR. 8CHENCa:'l MAW0RAICH
PILLS, A BTJBBTITUIE FOR
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of those disagreeable or dangerops effects
which often follow the latter.
in all billons disorders thus PIlli kit ha
used with oonSdoBoe, u thsy promote tha
disehargo of riliaUd bile, and remova thosa
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general. A. , .
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In short, these Pills nay bo need with si.
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Pleauaak for "Dr. Schonck'e Vandraka
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Ihe Dootor ate oa the uovarnment staap-
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Irritation of theliBtf , A
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A Gsntlernsa who sufsrsd for years f MSB
Nitrous Debility, Premature decay, aad aQ
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the simple remedy by which he waa oaradj
Sufferera wishing to profit by (ht adTCTUaart
experience, osb do ao by addressing. , ,
f-'W No. Cedar St. New lark..
By mutual eoaitat of she MrUrs. tha
partnership heretofore existing Between)
the undersigned ia the ' Furniture and
Lumber business bit thit day been dis- :
solved. Mr. D. A. 8tingcr retiring front
tht firm. H. M. Hiokok still earriet am
tht busineat at tht old ttand. with whom
all accountt are left for settlement '
' ' -..BVV.HICKOK..
' ' " D. A, STINGER,
Ashland, Junt 7, 1 867-3 w5 1. ' -."'
Teutoala . . Insiirazice Co
of cmYPtijtp ohio:
Capital lcft. 8SOO.OOO
Furthar responBibnity, $200,000-
umeo, buuvi4..'i dijUlk, lit bub
MOB SIITm ataira,, .. v :
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5 W Lustktrrjeyer,., J Stor-pel,
o x uuiuiau. .. -
N Heisel, ,
FR Bilberg, '
K Hayt, -
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0 Schtnok,- U 0"
Ph Heaninrey, ;,
Pb Cook. - '
B V Luetktmeyer, vlg QoateaausUet j :
- Pros,. Sppi
JStoppel, C B Krsqso, Tp.
Vrrtrrett .. ttea agtct.
, ; S- MPB, Ageat Ashland, ofe'e,.
Tbe Healing PooL and Cora a
Hercf. Howard Association Rc irft.
tor xoang nea, on the Crimt or ff U.wo,
and tha Errors, Abnwt and Pisp&jta '',
whioh destroy the manly powder.; .
create irnpedimentt to Marriage, wil'4 .
lurt meant of relief. ' Sent In tc&1 j Ipt s
tt envelope, fros af aharge. " Address :
piaboa, Pbiladelpai, P. -; .