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On eapT-.oa jTi tdvtne $ 2 ,00
If aot pud with within tlx months, (2,26
0 tXtiUUmplrndonf the yea ,t2,6f
X tit sjgtr) paper wlUbt' dleontiaad.uatn,
. U arrearages are paid, except at our option.
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WM ..03BOKN, Ovanaom PUa Jadra,
I0BU8UNEU PwbawJtKlg.., .
A- 1 B t DR1TTON, Cl'k Com. Pl'a & Wit.Or'l
At CCRTIS, Proteonting Attorney. ,
. 'i WIUUlt tt HKLTMaSi.Iraaimrar.
'i JOHS KBGNI, Surveyor,'1) l
- HBIAlt HABKBLfCoroaari -'' l ,
i Ja TANKE8T(' J ICoumUritsOif
,i , . ,Bli V9 f BAUSKELTEB, 8Tanah
J. 0. Joaalagt, Caia. ' H. Luther, Preal.
OF A8H1AKD, OniO, . - f.
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i JaeokOiaU, i s . 1.0. Jaaalaga. ,
ki i Jum Paadf .. .i'
ti ...tnd a dnotaeM 4aT aal
all Eaatwa KxohaBta aai Coin I' Disaoaat
spoa Iadirldual aocarity. Boll Bvtfui
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. UUiO Gate, TaUar, -n.
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W. 8. BATTLKi ,
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BAKER, BATTLES & CO. BANKERSU
: 4aalarata0old. Sllw, Esabaage V, 8
ttoada, UMarrent bob,. Seim Stamps,
r Uitooant approved papar. pay intanal
oa Una dopoiito, and da a General Basking
. Vy PluloeM. :.. 15- .:. :.'.'.-;. i-' .
Nona aida Hala alrrtt, AaUiad, Olilo, M
Miller, Proprietor, flood aeoonoodatloiii
and reasonable billa.
V . McSDLTY HOUSE,
Wau MoNully, Proprietor, South ilde Main
atraat, Aahland, Ohio. - .
. ; ., E. M. CAMPBELL,
Attorney at law, Aehland, 0., will attend
. aranptly to all legal buinei eatr wled lo
' Lit eara.- Bankrupt oateda U, 8. Court will
- reoeire apeeial attention, -
JOHN J. JACOBS,
. A Horary at Law, ' Aahland, Ohio. All kludr
' of bumnem belonging lo the profeuion
promptly allendtd to. Office, oppeiit Pint
Jiationai Bank, np italn.
T, Y. MoCllAY. .
, Attorney at Law, Went Balem, Wayne coun
, If, Ohio, will attend promptly to all buataen
ia aU prefeulaa. -. - .
:". v ..;. v JQBN J). JONES, .
Attorney at Law.- Aahland. Parliaularal
tanttoa paid lo Collooting. and buiineat In
I'robate I onrt. jince on Uburoh root, ta
(arean Main aad Bandusky. - - t
WM. T. JOHNSTON,
iXtorney at Law, Aehland. Office lU one
lately oooupled by Oaborn A Curtie, an
t'humh atraet, near ilain. Also authorised
by the Government to procure Pension Cer
. r wnce'et ana cotteot oeunty ana baod pay.
j Aliamaya and Counwllors at Law, Ashland,
a. aOhlo Ofioe ia Bank building, over Beer's
;.. Hardware store.
AMoraef at Law, Fire and Lift Inauranoa
X r' Agent, and Notary Publlo. Particular alien
' ' Hob paid to epl lasting, Probata business, par-
Wtloa easea and axeonllon of deeds, mortga
, gee and Coulraots. Offioe in Mlllar'a Block,
eaoond story, Main street, Ashland, Ohio.,
f. E. Clark, U. . T. 8. Hunter, )t. P.
Have aaaoolaUd theaaalvat for the tiraallue
.- f Medlome aad Surgery ia tie Village of
aiwmifap givea w soa
t-' i trees, near Jain. ' t
tii i , p-w.
J, flEOfiaE W. HILL, M. D., ; ;
' Physrelaa and Surgeon, Ahlan4, Ohta.
Y particular attention will be paid to the treat-
' " taent at the following speoial diseases i Dy
w'pepsla, disease of the Liver, lbs Sidaeye,
lorofula and Kpithellai Canoen. ,
J, p. JOOWAB, M. D. . W. t. BAIILU, U. P.
. ; - DBS. COWAN UATTLE8 ;
Eaviag formed a Co-partnership, will give
Jrompt attention to all ease in the praotico
( Medlelnt tad Surgery.
Oakland, July 8, 1867-Stf '' . i ''
.:. BAXSTOJf k TANTttBOao,.
"''jewellers an 1 Bllvertmllhs, (Lree door west
of Miller Bouse, Ashland. OoltP and Silver
ran and ohoiee variety of Jewelry kept
. ' constantly on hand. Highest prloe paid lor
1 ' old gold and silver.' Repairing ion I order
' ' nd on reasonable tarn. ..' . i
pr, J.rH. Jordw iDdlanspoli,
" 'Ind . iyl tl hT known Dr. Jlriek
,;Ud Pil iUaedy io b thoroughly
.' (wttd in mroi oust durlg th put
jrar, and with perfoot loeoesi in vry
joitsno. And to it it with hit Bemtdv
fot Diarrtaoe n Choler, nnd hi Cough
JJalsam. 7by ir tU gimnin gad pom."
V0L. XXI1. -
Daft &&J long.".,-' !
A look of yearning tenderness J''
1 Beneath her lashe ilea, - 2 i ;
And hope and lova unutterable
Are shadowed in her eyes; 1
. At in eoma deep unruffled stream .. ;,.
Are clouds sad summer skies. j
8he peeeed to early womanhoodj , (
' rrom dreamy, iwoet glrl-llfe, f
- And fronted the rosy threshbold but
J To Bad hertelf awtfej -i-, '. .
' th I gcntl should no lead her steps
. Along the pats of We, .... , . j
Titan she clasped ber soti hl hands J
. . Upon his arms ao strong," '' '
K- Bow often, like aaammer sigh,
V Or awweel pleading song,
She whispers, with a parting kiss,
"Beloved, don't stay long.'
It's almost always oa her lips,
C f Her gouUest parting words, . ' :
' Sweet a the fngranc from roe leave
When by soft sephyrs stirred, " ;
And lingering la hi memory .
; .' Like tongs of summer birds.
' . And In hit heart thy nestl warm,
Wnen Other soeaes amid '
'. ' Be stays not till she weary grows,
. ' And b fond ejee are hid ' .
In tears, which lie la blUemecs
Beneath each veiling Ud. .
- ' And phi, how many heart are kept . v '
; , By that love-uttf ring song !
''j There' scarcely one who on life' wave
bawtrtly bora along, .'
Bat that baa heard from soms dear Up
Those tweet word "Dont Stay Loni
T Evtry day ii "wr'llen th little aeatenea
;'died yeatetday.' . Every dy a flower
riplaoktd from aoine uony bom; ,
bretoh i made In come familv circle l
jewel itolco from tome treasure of lova.
Every day from the Bummor fluids of life
one barretter dtaappeirt yea, every
hour some tentinel lain from hi post,
tnd i thrown from the rampart of time
i'tlo the inrgisg water of eternity.
liv3 u w write, the funeral of one who
"diet yaie'dav wirtl like winter
ha low along the atreet
Died yestorday." Who died f Per
hap it was gentle babe : sinless a ao
Pencel. pure a lephvr hymn one
wboae laugh was as the gnst of summer
rill loitering in the bower of rosea
whose lite was a perpetual litany, a May
time o-owncd with the passion of flowers
that never fade. Or; mayhap, it was
you Hi, hopeful and generous, whose path
wm filled with flowers with not a serpent
lurking underneath one whose soul pan
ted lor com man ion wit b the great and good,
and reachod forth with earnest druggie
lor the garden to lbs distance.
But that heart is still now h 'died
"Died yesterday." A young girl, pure
a the orange flower that elajped her
forehead, waa atrickcn down as ha- stood
at the altar ; and from the dim aisles of
the temple, ah was borne Jo the "gar Jen
of alauber.'' "'''
A tall, browned man, girt with the halo
of viotury, and at the day' elose, nndor
hi owo vtTte and fig tree, tell to the duet,
even a the tn hem trembled on hi lip;
and be, loo, wo laid "where the rude
forefather of the hamlet sleep!"
An ged patriarch, bowed with years
i d ears even a he looked out on the
dittaot hill for the coming of the angel
boat, sank into dreamless (.lumber: and
on bit doorstep was written, "died ye
.'"Died yetterday." Daily, men, wo
men and children are passing away, and
hourly in some graveyard the anil is flung
upon the dead. A often, in tba morn,
we find some flower that blushed so sweet
Iv in th. (unset, he withered on forever;
to daily at we risa from our bivouac, to
stand against our post, we mis som
brother soldier, whose cheer? eye to tbe
siege and struggle of the past baa been
ik dew Iron bearen upon our heart.
Eaoh day tome pearl drop from the
jewel thread of friendship som lyre
to wbiop w were wont to listen hi been
hushed forever. But wiaa i ha who
mourn not th pearla and jewel loat.
: .li., ' 1 i i '
nrBr area few faet that ar worthy
of famembranoa- Tba .Government did
not TJrowuw to aaytoiu zeen lor a
mall portion of iu bond Of indebtedness
Navertbelei th bondholder art olaim
ing and their friend are insisting: that
all tba bond ah all ba redeemed in gold.
The iam bond whioh th holder now
demand gold for they bought with legal
tender grembaok. They Isnt paper,
and want gold in return. The people,
oa th eontrary, who had made oontraet
in goldwho bid lont gold were com
pelled to take greenback in return. Tbe
nit baa bets on, currency lor the peo
ple, tod another ourrency tor tie bond
holder. Th aoldier who may have lost
an arm or a lag in tbt war, and who put
bit bonntie and other aving of money
into house and lot. i taxed three or
four' reroent. upon It, while tbt man
who Unt greenbaok to th Government
and took it bond, payable aauriou in
tereti, hu hi money, to loretted, tx
empted from taxation. Tht rule hu
been, tax tba people, tax ereit tht maim
d antV wounded toldier, but (para tht
Weallby Muaholderv .Eiiy. ' v
An ivotertetnokerrfoently ttUmnt-
td to light hit cigar; with a "but ball
mitoh." Of court bwai,'pu( out"
ASHLAND, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEl'TEMBER
Most of tht Bondt Issued by the Gov
ernment, are without condition as to the
kind of money with whioh they are to be
redeemed, and tba Government will VI
OLATE no Contract by paying
then off immediately in greenbacks 1
But the loader of the Republican party
are Hot In favor 6 thai, because it would
make money plenty, revive business, re
lieve th burden of the peoplo, LESSEN
TAXATION, bring thousands of millions
of dollar, now exempt from taxation, on
tht tax duplicate, and abolish tht Bood
bolder't aristocraey. Remember, Tax
payers, that, according to the statement
of Seorelary MeCullooh, there Is NO
CONTRACT u to lb kind of money
meat of thtBonda issued are to be re
deemed with. .Then, why not pay them
off immediately, and ttop the million of
interest f Will those orators who advo
cate negro tuffrago, toll the tax-payers,
a it i a question of vital importance to
the . Farmer, Meohanlo , and. Laboring
Men 1 - Will they tell them why the our
rency that was good ' enough for the sol
dier in the field and the meohanld at
home, la not good enough for the wealthy
bondholder f OAib State Rtgbta.
Whf -Leo Resigned.
V The Tiffin Adetrtiter, published at the
i Lome of Geo. Lee, the ivepubliotu can
lidate lor Lieutenant Governor, says i '
y - "Many of our exchange are asking
why Uenertl Lee resigned after the bat
tie of Cbaneelorville The only inform
tion wa are able to give ia that at the battle
named, bi horse became irigbtencd and
ran away with the General or Colonel
at that time and he was unable to get
baok to see the battle out, losing hia hat
and ooat in the excitement. lie didn't
like bi experienoe under fire and loon
after resigned. If tbe Colonel baa any
other reason, we would like to hear from
him, aa the people appear to have a u
riosity to know why be left the army in
tL. A dispatch from Wilmington, N.
0., of ths 14th nit , states that the Re
publicans are becoming alarmed, lest t
negro will be elected mayor of that city,
and bitterly denounoe the whites who re
futed to register. ' We thought the "col
ered cuss'' would nauseate their loyal
stomachs after a time.
rWa the late oivil war, a ettimed,
really a I'war for the Uuion 7" Look at
the facta. .The Southern armies surren
dered near three year ago ; the authority
of the Federal Government wa fully e
tablished ; yet to suit tht disunion pur
pose of the Radical leaders, those States
are still kept out of the Union and under
military rule. Wa not th war, then,
on the part of thos men, prosecuted for
a party purpose ? It waa not their de
sign to restore the Uuion tnd tht Const!
tutioa aa they olaimcd. Their objeot wa
to deatroy the Union and ereot a military
despotism. Charge it home upon then .
Tbe JUM Fight U Fri JPhll.
. j , Kearney,
Porter,' whose train was' ettaoked by
the Indian on the 2nd ult,r at Fqrt Phil
Koarney, brought to Omaha the follow
ing particular of the afLiir :
Hi men were dispossd in three small
parties, i supporting diattnea from eaoh
other. Th first attack was at 10 J o'olock
in the morning, on af party guarding
stock. Thcs were driven off, but toon
returned with increased number. At
the urn time an atttek waa made on a
Earty guarding another portion of tbe
erd, and upon a email corral, vr eentral
part, which oonteined eighteen toldier
and twenty-thret eitiieo under Col
Powell. . The Indian cam pouring over
tht bill In overwhelming amber and
mtde three distinct obargea on horse
back upon Powell, who, by thl time,
had beew joined by other pirtie, but
wire repo'ed with great tlaughter, re
treating; to, tht billa. Ther acain re
turned on foot, etripped entirely naked.
Not lea than 2,000 completely surround
d the eorrl, where fof two and a hall
hour (ba battle, ragsd with, ineeeeant
fury, when tht timely arrival of Coloaoi
Smith with reinforcement, compelled
th Indians to retire. The Indian lose
i estimated by Powell and Porter to be
at least three hundred. Many were kill
ed within tea pace of th corral, o de
termined they were to conquer th little
garrison, Tht inooe of tht latter, in
repulaiog thi attack, i attributed to th
breeoh-loadiug gnn with whioh tht men
wera armed. TU Iota of. property I
139,000 damage nearly a mnch mort.
arIf tht Badieal aucoeed In their
neero luffrare loheme. th nesro will ba
ligibl to tht Presidential chair, while
tbt foreign bora whitt eitiien it forever
txalodtd from tht tamt privilege. ' Do
you call that "Manhood Suffragt,"
' :-;:'M-; v j. 3. r- ;- ; o .. ... i
XX MUST ASD BXULIatt BE PBKSERTED.
A PracUmtln fro a (he pres.
. . . iuvw y - j .
..,".' WIbhIkqJon, Sept 3. '
'.The following prootcmation wa iouod
thl afternoon by the President: '
Wbebba, By th Constitution of the
United - State, th Executive power is
vested in a President of the United State
of America, who is bound by solemn oath
faithfvllv to t-xeeuiit office Of Presi-
aatrt, aad, w trrtrtesl oTiaaoility j" to'
preserve, protect and defend tbe Consti
tution of the United Stale, and U, by
the m instrument, made Commander-in-Chief
of the Army and Navy of the
United States, and i required to take
care that the law be faithfully executed;
and . ' .j :
WukBUAg, By th me Contiitution,
it it provided that tbe said Constitution,
and tbe laws of tbe United 8tate whioh
ahtll be made in pursuance thereof, shall
be tbe supreme law of the lend, and the
Judges in every State ahall ba bound
Whereas, In and by the same Con
atitution, the judicial powei of the' Uni
ted State ia vested in one Supreme Court
and in suoh Superior Court a Cogrcs
may from time to time ordain and estab
lish, and th aloreiaid judioial ptwer is
declared to extend to all eaeea in law and
equity arising under the Constitution,
and the treaties whioh ahall bo taade un
der their authority, and, ' 1 " l: '
Whebiaa, All officer, civil sod mili
tary, irt bound by oath that they will
support and defend the Constitution
against all enemiea, foreign and dsmeatic,
and will bear true faith and allcgianoe to
the tame, and i '
Wubbias, All offioora of the army and
navy of th United State, in accepting
their commiwiona nndar the laws of
Congress and the rule nd artiole of
war, inour in obligation to observe, obey
anoUollow such direotiots at they ahall,
from time to lime, receive from the
President or the General, or other supe
rior officers aot over tbem, according to
the rules and discipline of war j and .
Whereas, It is provided by law that
whenever, by reason of unlawful obatruo
tions, combinations or assemblages ol
persons, or rebellion sgaiust the authority
of tba Goternniont of the United Stales,
it shall become impracticable, in the
judgment of the President of tho United
States within any 8tate or Territory, tbe
Executive io that oase is authorised and
required to secure their faithful execution
by the employment of (ho land Rod naval
Whebias, Impedimenta and obstruo
tion leriou in their obaraotcr, have re
cently been interposed iu the Statu of
North Carolira and South Carolina, hin
dering and preventing for a time a proper
enforcement1 there of the lawa oi the
United States, and of the judgments and
decress of a lawful couit thereof, in dis
regard of tbe command of the President
of tht United State, and
Wbxbeas, Reasonable and well found
ed appreheniion exist that tuoh ill td-
vised tnd- unlawful proceeding may be
again attempted there or elaewbert,
Now, therefore, I Andrew Johnson,
President of tbe United States, do here
by warn all persons tgainst obstructing
or hindering, in soy manner whatsoever,
tbe faithlul execution of tbe constitution
and lawa, and I do solemnly enjoin and
command all officers of tbe Government
civil and military, to rouder due submis
sion sod obe dionco to said laws and to
tbe judgments and decrees of the United
Btatts, and to give all the aid in their
power, neoefsary to the prompt enforce
moot nd execution of said laws, decree,
judgment and process, and I therefore
do hercbv enjoin upon the c fficers of- the
army and navy to assist and sustain the
court nd other civil authorities of tbt
United State in a faithful administration
of th Itw thereof and io the judgment,
decrees, mandate ind processes of the
oourt of (he United Slates, and I call
upon all good and well disposed citisena
of the United State to remember that,
upon tbe said Constitution and lawa and
upon tht judgment, dtcroe and process
of th courts, made in aocurdanoe with
th ttme- depend the protection of the
live, liberty, property and happiness of
tbt people, and 1 exhort tbem everywhere
to testify their devotion to their oouutry,
their pnd in it prosperity and greatness
and their determination to uphold its
free institutions, by a hearty operation
ia tbe effort of the Government to bub
tain the authority of the law, to maintain
the aupremaoy of tht Federal Copatitu
tion, and to preserve the unimpaired in
tegrity of the National Union.
lo tettimony wberof I have caused
the el of the United State to be affixed
to these present and aign the tamo with
my hand. Done at lh city of Washing
ton thi 8d diy of September, ia tbe
year on thousand eigh hundred and
Wat. n. Siwabd, Seo'. of State.
8el By the Preeident ;V , -, ,, '.. '
WShall thi generation tod tbt next
be bound down aa !v to pay hundred
of million of unnecessary taxes, or ahall
wo again let up the rule of economy, tnd
littl or no taxe f That it th qutttioa.
ttkr Gen. Butler it patatng the ran-
mr "at hia aeatidt residence at Annit
quam, Mat. Tht silver wart of that
section wa immediately removed to a safe
CengreM nnd the Conaflttttlen
Tht following plain and onoie ar.
raigoment of th Radical party for it
reckless violation of the Constitution,
we cot from the Pittsburgh Pott, ' It
hit th nail on tht head every time :
The Constitution says the House of
Representatives' shall ' be composed of
members chosen by the paonl of the v.
Congress says it ahall be eomnovid of
member from such State u it pleases.
Tbe Constitution lays that Virgin!.
North Caro'iua, South Carolina, and G,.
shall be entitled to choose members of
Congress. .,, I
Conires says they shall do no inch
thing. ' ' ' '
The Constitution says the Senafe shall
b composed of two 8onatorg from each
Stale. - .' .;: '
Congreu tan ten State ahall have no
Senator whuever, and that Maryland
shall bave but one. ...
The Constitution says tbo trial of all
Crime, exceot in eaaea af imneachment.
shall b by Jury.
Congrcs tay they thall be by a Brig
adier General of tbe Regular Army, or
by a aubordinate by him seleoted.
ine constitution tay tbtt tbe power
not delegated to the United 8tate by
that instrument, are reserved to the Btates
respectfully or to the people.
Congress claims all power exercised by
the British Parliament, and denie that
th 8tate or the people have any.
The Conititution ty that no But
without it content ahall bt deprived of
iu equal tusrage in toe senate. .
Congrea deprive ton 8tate of their
entire representation, nd one State of
ono-oau. - - '''
The Constitution say tho United
States shall guarantee to eaoh State a
Republican form of government."
Congress guarantee to ten State a
military government, and enforces it by
tbe bayonets of regular troops negro a
well aa white.
Tbe Conititution lays that those qual
ified in each State by the lawa thereof,
to vote for member of the State Legisla
ture, shall elect members of Consrree.
' Congress says, in ten State negroes
snan vote, that those entitled to vote by
tho laws of those States, ahall not ; and
threatens to pas an ediot enabling o-
groe to vote here, for the purpose of
suuing ia,vuu or xu,uvv io me iiaaioai
Such are tome of tht issues between
Congress and the Constitution, upon
which the people are called to pass at
the approaching election ; they are issues
to plain that they cannot be misunder
stood, tnd however false reasoning, or an
affected horror of a suppressed rebellion
may attempt io mystify the publio mind,
no honest man can fail to see the dancer
whioh threaten ua, nnlesa the career of
Congress should be checked by tbe de
cision or toe people at the poll.
Againat Negre Equality. '
Tho indications are that a large num
bcrs of Republican io thi county will
vote against the Negro Suffrage Amend
ment. That is right, but to ba consist
ent, they must also vote against tht men
who art the advocates of that measure.
If Republicans are opposed to negro
equality, they can not, and be honest,
vote for tht candidate on the Republican
tioket, who ire- pledged lo favor of it.
No dodging, gentlemen, . . -
What Mr. Linooln Thought.
The following letter baa been brought
to light, and ia Interesting hs ihowing
where the martyr would have ttood ia
tbe ettimaiionof hia party had be lived:
"Exeoutive Mansion, ) .
Washington, November 21, '64. J
Diab Sir : Dr. Kennedy, bearer of
this, baa tome apprehension that Federal
offioera, not citiieos of Louisana, may be
set np as cacdidatea for Congrea in that
State. In my view there could be no poa
ible objeot in tuch an eleotion. We do
not particularly need member of Con-
great from these State to enable at to
get along, at eonolutlvt evidence that
respectable citiiea of Louisiana art wil
ling to bt member of Congress, and to
swear to lupport tht, Conititution, and
other respectable eitifana there are wil
ling to vote for them. , To tend a parocl
oi Hon born men here a representative,
elected' a would be understood, land
perhtpt really so) tt the point of tht bay
ooet, wouVd bt disgraeefuUnd outrageous:
nd work Ta member of Coograas htm, I
would vote agaiMtadmlttlng any inch to
a teat. j. . r , ; ;
bToara, very truly,
' "A. LINCOLN.
Don. 0. P.BrntPtiT,"'
In a &ctB.T4A boy with pott offio
pantaloona and -ventilated bab rushed in
to a drug (tor in Bellow FalW, tht oth
er day, with a dipper in hi hand, and
"Doctor, mother tent mi down to tht
ebotectry- bop, rrulcktr'o blaiei, eok
bub' liok at tbt dickent with tht pipen
choti and tho want a tbimbla-full of
pollygolli in thi dipper, col w hadn't
got a bottle bandy, and the kin pop'
got tbt bin witter la't. Got any 7"
11.. 1867, NO. 12
Itew) a Han Feela When Being
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A .fl'.rraflnAnnnlnf lh nltaamipt fli.
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sot aj... f..M n.u ... ,: . 1. . . .1 I
vww. -. . ..u ,iuu juiwm aiaiiut, ubi auv
remain of some of those who were ma,
stored by tht Indiant who threw a train
on tbe track and set it on Ira had arrived
there, and oa the same train .waa a ntaa
named William Thompson, a, native of
ungiana, who turned oat to bt on of ther
telegraph repairers reported killed. "Ua
attracted a great deal of attention iron
tbe fact that be bad been (calned. . Ha
tppeaied to be (offering horribly, qd wa
very weak from loss of blood. lit had
reoeivtd a gaping wound in thr'nack,
and a bullet ia tbt muielt .of tba right
arm. A physician attended to hi wound.
Io a pail of water waa hia acalp, about
nine ioehet in length and four in width.
somewhat resembling a drowned rat, a
it sotted, curled up on tht water. Hi
statement wa at follow :
"About niot o'clock Tuesday niehL
myself and five other left Plum Creek
station, and started np the track on a
Band car to bunt up whera tho break in
the telegraph wa. When we cam to
where the break' proved lo be. we aaw
some of tba tile piled on the track, but
at the same moment Indian jumped np
irom me gran an arounu ana urea on ut.
We fired two or three shot in return,
and then aa the Indian pressed on u w
ran away. ' An Indian tingled mi Out
and galloped np to me. After eomins
within ten feet of ma be fired, tht bullet
entering my right arm. Seeing m itill
running he knocked me down with bit
run. II then tubbed uelu tht neck
with bit knife, and then eatohing hold of
my nau no commenced tawing and hack
ing away at my toalp. Though th pain
wag awful, and I felt ditty and aiok, I
knew enough to keep quiet. - After what
seemed to ma a llf a hour, be gave
the last finishing out to the eoalp on my
left templo, and at it sli'l hung a little
he gave it a ierk. I jusf thought thou
that I should have screamed my lift out
I can't deeoribo it to you. I just felt as
if the whoio head was jerked right off
The Indian then mounted and galloped
away, put a be went be dropped my
aoalp within a few feet of me, whish I
managed lo get and hid. The Indiana
were thiok in the vicinity or I might
men nave made my esoape. While, ly
ing down I could bear the lodian mov
ing irouod whispering to each other, and
then shortly afterwarda plaoing obstruo
tion on the traok. After lying down
about ao hour and a half, I heard the
low rumbling of the Iraiu as it came tear
ing along, and I might have bocn able to
Hag it on bad 1 dared.
The doctor in Omaha were to endeav
or to sot on Thompson's scalp, and they
expressed themeebes confident of being
awe to oo it well. As be wss a strong
man it was expected tl.st be would re
cover health and strength.
HB. A wit being told that an old ao
quaintanoe waa married, exclaimed, "I'm
glad to hear it.'' But, reflecting a mo
ment, he added, in a tone of companion
and forgetfuloess,"and yet I don't know
why I should be , he never, did me toy.
MrThe nabob of our land wad to
growl most , terribly beosus they were
taxed to cdooate tbe poor man s children,
Now the tables are turned, and tht poor
man ia taxed to ootid school houses, tnd
pay to eduoato the children of tht bond'
hotden. ... , , , . . , , . .
tST "The Demootatio party is dead
and damned to h.upou$ aid Bea.
Wadt. . . . . ,
If the Democrat! party hu been cent
to that region it ia 1000 to htv in .ao
cession whenever thl old wrctoh ahaffle
off hi mortal coil. - :,
Joah Bllllnga u Preaching.
"I a'waya advise thort sermons, espe
cially on a hot day If a minister kant
strike lit in boring forty minutes, he hu
either got a poor gimlet or else he b a
boring in the rong place." - ' 1 ; : " i
Bssv-Oo man took a paper, and hi
life wu happier than a kins 1 '. hi chil
dren ill could read and writ aid talk of
nen and things. Another took a pa
per; ind whil strolling through the
wood, 1 tm ten down upon bis crown
ind killed him u it ihould. Hid he
been reading of thi newt, at horn Ilk
neighbor Jim, wnl bet a tent that ac
cident would not bar happened bim.
Lyam Republican. , , ,
Editor know Jot of each toriae.
They don't often tell them, because they
don't wish to harrow tht filling of their
reader. Wt give this, however, u a
olemo warning. , , ' , .
InT In 1866, th Radical ohirged
that th Denoorat were in favor of re
pudiating the public debt. In 1867 th
Republican are mad because th Deno
orat propose to pay off the debt imme
diately, in legal leader, aad (top of the
interest! Who are th repadiator,
nowT ...'c '
' kr"What brought yon to prUoa, ny
colored friend 7" "Tw constables, h."
"Yee, but I mta had iitempirane any
thing to do with it f" "Xta, ab, dey
wu kof of ' drnnk
jwr ';. 1 .- tM
Btiw r4i, t 11 . l
out TAAf " " t9C
Vdalaktrto exMslon' Baa
diBi Motion, . i . . I, ' :
M tdTBrtt'Mmmti Li4e'd. r RfrHaA .
U0lna tdTartiMauMto. Vlll '
J V) pcrotat. aladdltioia fhaaljjTa.
, n , law for th
At tba Oetober election- ia I8G6, the
candidate oa th Demfejgrjjl ItnJaTiek-
t for Judg of. tbt Supreme fjoart ant v
Secretary Stated weoata&diart,
aad had fought bravely end toll during
th ivbajlioo. uTktirj oppancutl.'XTere '
eUw atboro Mittioj.,.;;;,i-4
. ltd a aing'o maa. or tbii1ieaj Ate
litioa nartv vote tot cither af theaa ae-
triet, becats they had b n aoldier and
fought for the preservation of tht Union f
li to, b wa ia exception to the rate
tbtt ill . tba . ceicro- aufrageites. vol)
againet them.-'"--,-' " ' -"T" ".
Wbr thea b tbt latent love tf th -
antdian. whlah anaainwfLsalla affMla the?
Negro Suffrage party about eiaetioa tin f
Who eaa tell 7 Ohia Stat Rtgutm,
Ttlflei light u iir . '
'A eoqnelt it a rot fren which evert
lover plack a leaf, the thorn rcnuininf
for her future kosbaad r ty
"Would I war a Wjaa." exelaimad a
itrong Binded woman in her husband'
bearing. Would job war waa hi
only comment, - 7 7 ...
A tweet young lady y that awl ee
of no account froes lb tin that hdiea
(top kiteing them u Infanta till they toav
men kiseing then 1 lover. '. ,
A nice old lady np 'tow deelarei fhJ
ht think li very strange that a Utile
quickailvar ia a tW tab CM ak taea
wfnl hot weathai-hy juat taUaag tt
"Con hen, Johnny," laid hool.
muter, "do yon know your A B Cf
ITea. air. I kao a am mm."
"My dear Mary,', aaid a yoatg nar
I have long wished for thi wet oppor
tunity, bntl hardly dart trust myself to
peak th deep emotions of any heart ; bat
I dee! or to yon, my dear 617, that I
love yoa most tenderly. . Four tmilea
would shed, would bed " "Ntvar
mind the wood-ehed," (aid Mary, "gooa
with your pretty talk. f.
A lover, vainly trying te xpralj tone
oiwtifio theory to hi fair in am oral a.
Thequstlon I 'difficult, aad I deal,
co wbtt I eaa do to mat it el."
"Suppose yon pop it," wbiperd.tb
blushing damsel . . . ..
If yon don't want nigger volert. 'rote
again tt th Republiaaa andidta,' as
they ar all pUdged to their party leader
to leav unemployed no meta le ateare
tho ballot for negroes. - ' ' v
Nlggtr Office Bolder , ? i ,
If yon doa't want nigger office bolder,
vot tgaintt tbe Constitmioasl Anted
ment, and the men and the party thatTfa-
vor it, beeaote the loader of the Retjub-
. . . . . , w . .
ucau panv an aawrnamea, u yomw, 10
force oa the eonntry anrre votirt sad
gro office-holder.. , H ... ... t t.
' ..' :; A!pip JarOT.-..'";';
If yoa ar not la favor of eegra voter,
negro jurors, negro offioUla, ox aigroe ia
any wsy, vote against th men tnd party
who favor conferring npon thl legre th
eltctiv franchiM. Ohio SlaU RegUter,
IA. If Tburmaa end the DenMeracy
triumph, tax will (all m half aadnea
ey h plenty for th whole people. If
th Radio! again triemph, tatt will
liorease, and the rioh will get riahet aad
the poo power. ?v .. .(-t rte
, toy Tht Cincinnati ConnterakI aad
othtr . Republic paport ere down' ea
Be Wade for the blasphemy aad tnfgatv
ity of hi speeebu. Their "otig',.Tiee
Preeident get drank ofteeet thea (bey
charged their President with doing. 'Al
th morality, Deaenoy party I getting: el ;
1 diteooat la neral. :', n
; ; $40,000,000; mi
It take forty odd million o eolteet
th revma udef RadieaJ nanagemsiii
Th taxu oa half, aai lave ftn fbrry
nilUona by ollccting ike reveaoeaJoa,
with Btu and vouotj mxm. a
ipjuth Hiyavill (Ky) BuStim telle.
of a aegro ia that Stat wh had ease
i Court, and who Objected to thrce'eT
th Juror upon th ground (hat they
wr Badieal, aad h wu eot willing
turt thm. ; All rh negroe will have
th tame s pinion of Radical after abl.
Wtr Th Radical, ia their epeechte,
ire eonatantly talking about ngeairaliag
th Niiloo.- Rrertioe 'nun lore
gia they wtht a Vatioi Wa I l"g.
gen, regeaenUd ty Boodhelluit.
DamocraU Wait th Natlo' TtfieWad tw
th Spirit of tba CoasUtetio.-' v . ,
layfa th Booth, th atwre
fraaehiud keoaaae it i believed I y
witl vote for tht Radios! party, a&d tU.
white ar dif raaohiaed becauaa It b t.
Ueved they till tot tot ibr t,h Had: