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BY WILCOX & GREENE.
Callectitas for AdTsrtiaiig and Jab WoA mde Qaarteriy.
, TERMS OF THE JOURNAL
One Tear, in ad Tine, 1 - ; t95
Six anflalha, " ---Threw
1VMT TAREBTT OF - - -
NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE.
DAVID GARVIN CO.
fERCHANTS, Dealers la Dry Goods, Dress Goods,
lvA Boon ana Shoes, hum ul iape,rroanoos, c
Isomer oi urocnan aon stock Mrwu,
t inn rich co., ' -
Tt AL1R8 is Dry Oooae. Ready-Made Clothinr,
II ttrooerles, rroni aiwi,
BRISTOL & TAYLOR,
DEALERS In Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Domes
ttea, Whit Goods, Woolen Goods, Notions,
earner Front ana sut streets,
HEKIUON or. WILSON,
TTt ALKR8 ia Dry Goods, Shawls A Cloaks, Whit.
J Goods, Hosiery aoa moves, jianneis, niignu,
Motions, ate, l roni bomi,
a, A. BICE,
DKALKRlnDryGoodi, Grooeries, Hats Jr. Caps,
Boota ana Shoes, M.rohant Tailoring, &c,Front
' a. v. tuiiTU fc co.,
DIALS". -IN Dry G s Domeatles, Dress (roods.
Dim Trimming., Woolen Giods. Whit. Goods,
Hosiery, Glow, F.Dinf A Heim'a now Block,
State stnwt, . FKEslOM C, OHIO.
dbxfoos & BRQ.,
KALKKd inClotninK, and IC.rehant Tailorisf,
oat coornonn oi piunon nana,
ROBERTS fc SHELDON,
CA1AB.3 In Hardware, Nails, Stores, Agrienl-
taral implements, a a., ana nianniaotnrera of
A Vopanr.riaandShmt-lronwaro, Fraatdtraat,
THOJII'SOM Ac CO.,
HARDWARE, Stores, Tin, Copper and 8net Iran
Wan, Front Si not,
DR. E. DlIiLON &. SON,
DRUGGISTS and dealers in PalnU.Oils, Dye-stnffa,
Window Glam, fatent Medicines, FaaoT Arti
ste, fee- Front Street,
8. BIXI4.LANO 4c ON,
DRUGGISTS and Dealeis In Paints, Oils, Patent
Medicines, vV all Paper, Stationery, Books, Ac.
Old stand, Buctlahd'a oU block, Front street,
G. J. SAL.ZMAN,
DWTIST.will be In hii ofiioe, at Clyde,
(he last two weeks of aaeb. month,
. .11 flMHUnitlTMIllMdtD hi.
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profession. Satisfaction guranteed In all
Booms at the old atand, 0aU7, 6 3tf
J. M. COREY, M D.
PHYSICIAN AND SUEKOS. orrioa Cp-atalrt
orer beaiier'a Uat and Cap Store, aext door to
h.T'a Jjaial Office,
II. F. BAKER, 91. !.,
PHTSICIAJf, SCKGEON AND ACCOCCHEUB
Frirato diseases earetally treated and promptly
eared, OAee and reeidenee on SUte Street, haotuu.
of the rirer, fonr doors east of t&e brick larern,
FttEMOM, OHIO. ltf
Dri . BoBWorth & Higgins,
PHTSI0IAN3 AND SUKGEON3, Ko. 4 (second
noor) Fablng fcHeiu's n.w block, SUte street,
Dr. Higgina will continue to girt special attention
to the Ej e and Ear, and attend to general tractioe
Omci Horai-l)r. Hlpgins, from 7 to 12 A.M;
Dr. Bosworth, from 1 to P.
J. XV. FAIIiING, M. D.,
rTOHCSOfATHIO PdYsIClAN AND BURGEON.
H Oft hmm FromltoSF.a. Saturdays, from
iu r . Particular atteotiun paid toDia-
aaaeaotthe rnruataud Langs. O FICE, Bucklmnd't
OU Block, second floor,
FHSaUAT, OHIO. A prill 864.
JAS. C. HARRINGTON. M. D.
TJOMCKPATdW PrfYoICiAN AN J HUKGSON,
ompeover lelta oiore, corner oi rivuiMu
I. FREMONT, 0.
Baaidenoaat H. J. Zimmerman's. Office Houra
From to 14 a. m from 1 to 8 p. m., and In the
J. W. GOODSON, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND A .KGEON, baa cnonpred his
rsaidenee to the bnildmj one door south of the
vonareiauoou vuuivu .
li . BEU.EVCE.
J. li. laREENE Ac SUA,
ATTOrt.Vrj JJj.N'iiLLOHS AT LAW, wil.
att.nd to Leiral diiHineiB in tfandubky and ad
futaing ooantiee. .fartieuiar attention paid to the
collection of Claims. Soldiers' Back Pay, Bonnt)
Ai fensiua Claims .promptly attended to. oi!lCa
Front, corner rooui,up-.i.airi!, lyier iiock,
J. R. BARTliETT,
. ....... ...nmitu-.'t'i I nD AfflA.
A HUUVVIlODUlivi.. l-
A. OTorD.tfrTin!Co.'s owre.oorner Frontano
Uuau scree u,
I C. BOBD. HOLU1 CHAXOa
Iff) It It A: CHANCE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office in Bucklantl's New
... i t.-i r- . t w f liiJIll ri4livll
111 OCa, r ir.J.. wiw. J i
I. ITIUXTT. 1A- " rOWLK
KVKRETT at FOWLER,
a TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
A - i : . . i rU , ari 1 1 alt tan d tft nNI'
'isTional bosiness in Sandapny and adjoining conn
tiee. Offloo, Sjoood story bact.aod's NEW Block
TlsVM . FREMONT, OiUO.
H. W. WINSIiOW,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, will
-. ... VMifMninnftl Ua.ineaa in Sandnakv
and adjoining eonntiea. Special attention given to
aroaaring Jidiers ray, oonniy,ani reu.iuu.
Orrioa Soeond Story Tyler's Block.
JOHN M. liEMMON,
. MmoupV 1 T T . 07 anrl Vnlar. P.. hi) I. A IMI
authorised agent ior collection of all kinds of
Mllltary.oonnly.ano Tension Claims, aaya
C. W. PAGE,
a TroRNEY ATLAWand NoUry Pablie, Insur-
A. anea, Real Estate aod General Collecting Agent
for au ainoa ox sunu x ui vuiu,.
BSLLKVUE, O. John Ford, Proprietor,
eeotly refitted and furnished.
nUANK N.GURMET. Pronrietor. Passeneers car-
P ried to and from the Hause free of charge. Sit
aata eoraer of State aod Front Streets,
rnrin iibblik. e. r beldikc.
TTESSLERsI BEL01NG, Proprieiors. Passengers
XV. carried to and from the House free of charge,
buuate eorner Front and State Streets,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL Dealer in Glassware,
Orockery, Lamps, Gas Fixtures, ale, Fablng
el Balm's new Bioea, Stat atreet.
A. D. WIL.ES
PHOTOGRAPH UALLKRY, in St. Clair's Block,
oppoeite the Post Office,
. - FREMONT, OHIO. -
MIsV OX & GBEEKE,
BOOK AUD JOB PRINTERS; Offioe in third story
Backhand's old Block,
LOCKSMITH A CUTLER. Repairs Looks, Clocks,
Sewiag Machines. Trunks, Umbrellas, fl:c-, Ac
Grinds Surgeon's Iutrumentr, Kaiors, Kuivex,
Sbaars, and ail kinds O' smallege tools. All work
attended to promptly aod satisfaction guaranteed.
Shop on Oroghan Street, South side, rear of Perry
FREMONT. OHIO. 4yl
1ND0W CAPS AND SILLS,
Building Castings of all kinds at
D. JUNE A Coa
foundry, Fremont, O.
Valuable City Lots for Sale.
Fremont, Sft.7, ISM. JStf.
". 1 . ,..r, , .............. ... .. , . .. : , . .,.,,' - New Series, Vol. XV. No' 35.
.XXXVIII. . ... ... " " . - - i
Established 1829. Vol
FREMONT, SANDUSKY COUNTY, OHIO ; FRIDAY, AUGUST- 30, 1867.
Mr. J. IL Lesher.
Mrs. Joseph L. Rawson,
Mrs. J. R. Vandercook,
Mr. William Elay,
Mrs. Dr. Goodson,
Mr. Burdett Wood,
Mrs. Dr. Harris,
Mrs. Jay Moss,
Mrs. J. H. (iardnor,
I am also agent for the
The Flonnee Sawlitc Utvohino, nnoulletl for sim
plicity, durability, cam of w.nage ent and gret
raimfe of work. It haa obtalnad an excellent rppota
tioa and ia rapidly (fatnlng faror. It ha latnlr ben
moeh impr rod aod la now Teryaapertorin finish asd
rinrabilitT. A few of tbe tnanr ttlmonials we are
eonatantfyreeeirins la fonnd below:
FaUMoifT. Ohio, Hay 20, 1867.
Uk. J. L. Jackhos: Sir: 1 bare ni-ed the Florence
Sewing Machine for fire yera, aod find it in erery
reeptct aa reprewWntwHl, atmple. reiUDie ana eas.iy
kept in orper.
Fekmoxt, Ohio, May 20, 1S77.
Uk. J. L. Jacesoj.: Sir: Wa the undereignMi
hare each pnchaeed and need a Florence wing
Machine, and find it elmple. reliable for all k:nda oi
work. heaTT.iDediani and litrbt, and sot liable f tt
out of order. We chterfally rerotnmcd the FJor-
-nee Machine to rerr ooe wan line a really nrit
c!aae tewing machine:
Fre inonta, O.
Singer & Howe Macbmes
Including Ue heavy Singer mannfatanno; machine
for Fhomakere and Tailora I hr be happy to ae
oommodat any one ia want of a machine, to aay of
the a bore atylea, which I can coofidentallr rtcom
mend aa the best in the market.
lamalao AffAtttfor J II JACKflOXof Pan-
dnaky for the aaleol
IJianos anD iitclobcous.
From the following celebrated manafnetarem:
Steinway & Son's, New York.
Wm. Knabe & Co., Baltimore.
Haines Brothers, New York.
Emerson & Co.. Boston.
And wlllsell a Piano from cither of tbe abore man
ufacturers cheaper than any other hnn in Cleveland,
Toledo or Fremont.
J. L. JACKSON,
No. '1. Faring & Bmv's Block,
June 28, 1&97. 28yl.
The Howe Machine Co.'s
099 BROADWAY New York.
FOR MLIES AND MANUFACTURERS
Were awarded Ihe highest jtremliivi at the
World' t Fair in London, and six first premi
ums at the A". 1". Stat Fair Of 1S66, and
Are celebrated for doing the best work, using a m ueh
smaller needle for the same thread than any oiher
macLina, and by the introduction of tbe most ap
proved machinery, wa are now able to supply the Tery
best machines in the world.
Tfeeaa aiarhiuee arc njttde ai our new and
paciouaa Fuciary at lirtdtcepori, I ouu.,
under the ImraediHto aapervlelon of the
Preaident of she Company, fcl.lA- ll)V K,
Jr the original lnvenior of Ike Sewing
They are adapted to all kinds of Family Sewing,
and to the use ot Soamotreese, Dress Ji.ktr ,'l ai lorn,
Manufacturers of Shirts, Collars, bkiita, C.oaks,
Mantillas, Clothing, Hats, Cape Corsna, Buois,
Shoes, Harness, Saddles, Linen Goods, Umbielias,
Parasols, etc They wrrk equally well upon silk,
linen, woolen and ootton goods with Bilk, cotton or
linen thread. They will seam, quilt, gather, beiz,
fell, oord, braid, bind, and perfoim every cpecits of
sewing, making a beautiful and perfect stitch, aiike
on both sides ot the articles sewed.
Tht Stitch invented by MR.' HOWE, and
made on this Machine, is Hie most popuiar and
durable, and all Sewing Machines art subject
to the principal invented by him.
This Sawing Machine and samples of its work may
be seea at the rooms of the Agent,
Jtaiss KLAGSIB CILuMOKE,
AT NO. 2, STATE ST., FREMONT, O.
fTHamming, Tucking, Dress and Cloak Vakins;
poueia the beat styleattheAgent's rooms. 4m3e
Send, for Circulax-
TUB HOWE MACHINE COMPANY,
112 Superior St, Cleveland, O.
D. M. SOMEItVlLLE, Gen. Agent.
Branch Office 221 Summit St., Toledo.
starch 22, 1897. Tl5nlSyl.
FINKLE AND LYON'S
Tha O-vlt llaehine so perfes:el that entire srtil
factlan is guaranteed or tha purchase money re
funded. Where we have no Ajrent a sample Machine will be
sold at very low arice, and a Local Agent appointed
on the most favorable terras.
N. B Send for clronlar. Traveling Agents want
ad. Salary, liberal.
FINKLE ic LYON 8. IS. Co,
C24m. 87 Broadway, New Yosk.
EMPIRE SEWING MACHINE Co.
Principal Office, 61 Broadway, N. V.
Motiee is nailed to onr new and Improved Manufac
turing Machine, for Tailors and Boot ad Shoe Fit
tars. Agents wanted to whom a liberal discount will
be given. JV conslgnmenls made. (28m3.
.goofs qnv.; Shoe?..
Auction and Bankrupt Sales
AT ' '
DORR & SON'S;
BOOT A1I0 won
TTAVINGjustrcturredfrom JVew York, where we
JJL bougutatiow prices, wecau cow.seii .. .f
lliil.lrcn'a Mi oca at 10 cent lo 1,25
MiMea' so a as
lioy's " 1,00 - " . "J.'i-I
LadhV " S ,5
I.uUicb' goodglove.kid Bnla. 't,l&
J.adiee' .iiuitura, , li1
lHeu'al'all' lioota, at 4,50
Mciih' icotid French Calf Boot,
1'UNtoiu niud 0,50
nienit' heavy Uoot, 3,00
1,'JS IO OO
We hare made puch arrstigeuienU for purchasing
with the larght Boot ana puoenonse in new iwi
that we can . ' . : . ;
Repairing done in Neatest Style.
Cor Custom Fbcp dies the finest work at low
prion. Satisfaction guaranteed la arery case.
Fremont,, KaTlO '67Tl5nStf.
Come to Fremont
IF YOU 'WANrBARGAlNS IN
BOOTS fc SHOES,
SHERMAN & CO.'S
Cheap Boot aud Shoe Store, and save
25 per cent.
If you waut the best custom made Boots and Shoes
g0, SHEEMAN & CO.'S.
If yon want the bt Bewed or pegged boots in 6a-du-VtyCouBty,
SHERMAN & CO'S. '
If yon w&nta nice fit, go to
SHERMAN & CO.'S.
yon want th" new styles for Winter and Spring,
SHERMAN & CO.'S.
If you want Kceislor La"ii-'BMtfl,go to I
SHERMAN & CO.'S.
Wa iriee now nairafor all which Drove defectiveaf-
ter rckKonaMeweax. Satisfaction guaranteed in every
cane aiendinsr done on short notice. Leatherand
findings for sale. .
KIIFBMAN & CO.
No. 3 fiBiKo & Hkim's Block,
State Street, Fremont, 0.
Fremont, February 22, 1167. Tl6n8.
NE W FIRM ! !
r " A XtW D1100M SWEF.P3 CLEAN !"
Lower Prices, and a complete revolution in Trade
Have just opened a new and sqlendld stock of .
Ourstock is the largest acd finest in theeltr, aud
as we have bought every article at rfeadj cash prices
we intend to give the people of Sandusky and ad
joioins; Counlies aUKAN BENEFIT. 60 call
once, all ye who are in want of a covering for the
Head, Hands or Feet, and we will sell yon Goods
AaTONlSHlNOLY LOW PKIC3 1 Wehavealsoa
fine assortment of . y 1 .
Of Leather & Findings
Which we will sellmueh lower than aay other firm
in the city.
Of all kinds, and REPAIRING done on short notice.
T3T At the well-known eland of H. Lesher, No.
rtn.kland'a Old Block. Fredont.O. jn
Smith, Shomo & Co.
BOOTS & SHOES
HOOT & MEUC.
"VUR iram-nse stock of Goods is now in store,
J caretully selected in the , ,
GREAT EASTERN MARKETS!
and manufactured lo our order,
sell good oo,!s
We a:e prepared
Ctieitper than auy Boot
Shoe Iloiifte in Oliio.
Our Assortment is Complete!
And we invite the inspection of our goods by
purchasers, conSdem of our acuity to sun
both in goods and prices.
Thankful lor the very liberal patronage
which we have received for the paat
five year, we respectfully ask
a continuance of the same.
MANUFACTURING & REPAIRING
Dene os short notice in best style at our old
BUCKLAND'S NEW BLOCK.
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- : M II U G G I .S T
AND LARGE. DEALERS IN
LATENT MEDICINES .
Our Stock la largo, full, and complete, and embnc?s everything in the way rf K'dicine, Proprietary Ar
ticles, Perfumery, &c, usually fonnd in a Drug Store.
WINES and LIQUORS.
We shall endeavor lo oMaintli" parent Wines and best Liquors.
Special care d.rotcd to buying Dy-3luff, Inligoand MvW-r.
pes for dyeing furnUhed gratis.
T.e warrent to gire good"cIore. Reel
Taints are our specialty, .car St'-ek emorsces six i.f the ljet an! mo.t popular brands. We are
only dialers iu Jewetfs Fnta White Lvad. Thisis vnaile f.-om selected tngiifh Led !s tlnerground
purer hss tho best repntation, and iiasmeen tn-i -ny tor 5wtnt7-uve y.srr.
the best branda- All kind of colored and Tubs Palnta.
French and Parior Zincs
Kaehinery oi! Paictlcg Oltfi VilB for greanicg Uainens M: of which ire nelt at the lowest price.
We have on hand 110 different s'zescf O!n'anlour
dealers. Money will always be saves 5y bnylDi (.ln.
rices are Hf'y ( Wyln oents untlir other
faint, Whitewanb, Hair, I'lol li and Teeth Biusiies io large variety.
Our selection of WallPaper embraces tbe c'uoicsl patU-ms fiora one of th moat aoted ruanofaoturcrs
ia America, and at prices that suit all.
B 'oiis furanhed to DiUrE at puMiu.-r' prices
E. DILLON & SON
WHERE ? OH! WHERE ?
No. State Street,
WH IB 111?
Don't you know!
ul because ha cnts
lie is getting tlio Lest trade in Town?
because Le sells CHEAP FOli CASH,
the most fashiouablo etjlo, aud keeps the best assorted
. irooas mat can be bought in tuo Eastern market!
He calls especial attention to his ustock of
Cloths, Coatings, Casslaicres, Doeskins & Testings,
' A full and complete asso.ttuent of
Gents' Furnishing Goods Hats and Caps, Latent btyk. of
approved onapes, uoiors, yuauiies ana Materials Also a. large p)iy
of Trunks, Valises, and Carpat Bags. His . stock -of
Is large and well selected, i;ud will be sold at verv- Jow rates.
very Garment is neat aud made in the best stvle and ful y warranted.
. and see him before you buy your Spring suiU elsewhere
May lb", 1807. (u20tf) TS. BARKER.
tW He liai
tho licet Culler lit tsankiiwky
Clothing, Clothing, Glotliing
iOne Ceor North oi A'ational Banks)
WOULD ANNOUNCE TO THEIR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS THT
. THEY HAVE JUST RETURNED R0M NEW YOUK WITH
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
MEN'S AND BOY'S WEAR OF EVERY STYLE k QUALITY.
Piece Goods, Cloths, Cassimers, Hats & Caps
Gents Fiirnisliig Goods, Trunks and Valises.
M EE II CHANT, TIL.ORfNG
Done to order, and a manner uusurpased else where.
Fkismokt, MaylS, 1866. 20jl.
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U. S. Express Company.
NO. a, TYLER'S BLOCK,
OPPOSITE THB BAKK OF FPEMOST.
AU Express matter carried at the lowest rates.
Also office (treat Western Despatch.
E, H. MITCHEL, Agent.
Office Heffner's Block,
D. W. KREBX Agt.
Also. Agant Penples Line. DianK, transit
and mpire Line. Freight to and rr..--.i hew
or Boston guaranteed In five days- nSulf.
IN SUMMER TIME.
Tbe jessamines in starry bloom
Are ever climbing higher,
Street odors fill the morning air
From row s and sweet briar;
Upon the purple clover-heads
A thousand diamonds glisten,
The robins sing their morning sougs,
' You cannot choose but listen.
The snowy lilies, silver bells, I ". .
My lilies, how they blossom!
Tho sweetest saint in Paradise
Might wear them on her boeoni.
Oh holy lilies, angle pnrc, . v
Too pure for my caressing, : -A
weary, weary human heart
Comes unto you for blessing.
The Saviour's lilies! shed your light
On this day's wesry duty, -And
breathe into my restless heart ,
Vour faith, your love and beauty!
Such whiteness, fee the silver leaves,
Uustained amid the staining;
Behold the lilies, bow they grow; '
Then wither uncomplaining. '
Oh gulden, golden summer months, '
The time of blooming roses,
And each sweet bod on yonder spray
IU tender grace discloses.
So may the summer be a sign
Of that fair home of ours,
Where God's sweet summer ever smiles,
Where bloom unfading flowers.
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BY BARRY CORNWALL.
O, the summer n'ght .
Has a smile of light, : . '
And she sits on a sapphire throuc,
Whilst the sweet winos loati tier
W ith earlands of odor. -
From tho buds of the roses, o'erflowu.
But the autumn night
Has a piercing sight,
And a step both strong and free ; 5
And a voice tor wonaer, i
Like the wrath of thunder,
WTien he shouts to the stormy sea.
And the winter night ;
Is cold and white, '"'
And be 'ng tha song of paiu, . .
Till the wild Dee hummelu,
And the warm spring couielh,
When ho dies in a dream of rain.
Oh, the night, the night!
'Tie a lovely sight,
Whatever the clime or time!
For sorrow then soaretb,
And the lover outporetb
His soul in a star-bright rhyme.
It bringeth sleep
To the forest deep,
Tbe forest bird to its nest ;
To care bright hours
And dreams of flowers,
And the balm to the wesry rest.
WIFE AND A DEAF AUNT.
I had an aunt coming to visit me for the
a.u..r. """'"s.-r '"; IV j"-;
nrsi time bicue my mauiagr, mu x
kuow what evil genius it was mat prompiea
the wickedness that I perpetrated npon my
wife and ancient relative.
t J.., " coiH I In mw w fo nn t he i n
i,f..m ..mi', arrival wnn Innw Anntl
Mary is coming to-morrow ; well I forgot to
n-cntion a very annoying circumstance in
to her. She is very deaf, and,
. - a a- i : i
Hlt.hm'fiu she can near my voice, to voicb
she is rwomed. in its ordinary tones, yet
.:ii I nli'iired to SDeaK cxuemeiv iouq
i." j rr. :n u.
ue ueaiu. ,,i.,r.-
in order to be lteara. it win oe ratner in-
venient, !ut 1 Jtnow you ww 00 every-
thing iu your power to make her stay agree
1 went to .Tohn. A , wno lovea a 10 a
., oq 1111 nersim 1 know Of. K10- Uim
nw , r -
to be at my house' at ix o moua mv
eveninir. and I felt comparatively happy.
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I ,r ti T in ma raiiruuu ucuuki "
carriage tne next nlgn nu -j
K..ma with mv aunt. I said:
A i ripiir aunt, tnere is oue ravin;i
... .;... Inrtrrr.iiv that Anna (my wife) has,
i.;h l foront In mention before, one
mv deaf, and although she can near
hleh ehe ia accuatouied, iu.
ordinary touea. Yet you will bave to speaa
extremely loud in order to be beard,
vnrv ej,rrv she IS SO.
a mt. Marv. in the iroodue.-s of hsr heart,
protested that she rather liked speaking
i,,.i sml tr. Ho so would eiva her much
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The carriage drove up on the steps was
my yrifc in the window was John T
with a face as solemn as though be had
buiied all his relations that afternoon.
I handed out my aunt she ascended the
How deliehted I am to see you, shrieked
mv wife. 1'be policeman on the opposite
. J .. i i 1 tj
sidewalk startetl, and my aunt nearly
A t err 1 iIlO lit PUS
uw " r , , , . qi,
it;. a mo mv ( (ar. nuwieu in v uuuu
toll leinn rlfLUprptl. and the window shook
lOU 111 J. ... 1
;tt, (an.' and aviie. I looked at
,v - - . D , 1
window John had disappeared. 1 poaeu
hflftd iDto the carriage aud went
"'"'.b a - a il 1- .....irnifou
vaj hnn 1 nrcnr 1 iii.ti 1 f it: iiiiiiui. iai y w
Marv lake off her hat
. ., .t 1 .1. i,: i.. r
cape ; ana mere sat -us., w.u. .
Did vou have a pleaaaut journey T
; 'ifo ike a pistol, aud John nearly
off n.ym wiie jim a pisioi, wa o
;mne.rl to h's feet.
. ..i j..r.i " .du. il,o msnnnu in
-cm. and so the conversation continued,
in. oiirViKma for blocks around
t.. v.rH it. When I was in the
herd nverv ward plainly
r..,;rr ihn oveninir my aunt said to
'H"W loud your
loudly. "t.,l 11 T."er'nFn,"d
was not "SinValoBo- finely.
Aunt Mary t, l.f- whi5per,
wife sneaks-don't it
wile speaas oon m n
lold her tbat all .leaf peopW
mi vnur aunt talks.'
all deaf ueoD'e do.
Vely ; she bears
"Alf, how very .
"Yes," gaid I ;
are getting along
" a.. f. .:.,. k.
uu . imuri uiiu. mic tinr. under
Elated at their success , J?.8j
stood, they went at it hamm . rattled
;il .lorvih;, nn ik. miiili.
again, and I was seriously afraid oi t
collecting in front of the house, a. f
veHtiiratin'r turn of mind, was desirous
findirp out whether the exertion of talkinu
so loud was not injurious to my wife.
"Doesn't talking in so loud a tone strain
your lungs?'' she asked in an unearthly
tone, for her voice was not as musical
when she was young.
"It is quite an exertion," shrieked
uThen why do you do it?" was the an
"Because because you can't hear if
don't." . -
"What;" My aunt fairly rivaled a rail
1 began to think it time to evacuate
premises, and looking around aud seeing
John gone, I stepped into the next room.
There he lay Hat on his back, rolling from
side to side, with fists poked into his ribs,
and a meat agonizing expression of coun
tenance, but not uttering a sound.
I immediately and involuntarily assumed
a similar attitude, and I think that from
relative position of our boots and heads
our attempt to restrain our laughter,
apoplexy must bave ensued, if a horrible
gruan from John, to which ho gave vent
nis endeavors to suppress bis risibility,
not betrayed our biding place.
In rushed my wife and my aunt, who
this time comprehended the joke, and such
a scolding as I then got I never got before
and hope never to get again.
I know not what would have been
e?id, if John, in bis endeavors to be respect
ful -and sympathetic, had not given vent
such a diabolical noise, something between
horse laugh and a groan, that all gravity
was upset, and we screamed in concert.
i a .
end was near. My aunt being of an
: They Lave a patriarch in Taunton
Mass., who says that he once raised
flock of wild ducks from a pond, when
he took aim at them with his gun and
tired. They flew away with much clam
or, and, surprised to find that - none
them dropped, he examined the field
battle. He picked up four bushels
legs. There is a touch of pathos in
old man's voice as he adds : "I fired
FACTS ABOUT BARBARA FREITCHE.
George Alfred Townsend, writing in tho
New York Tribune from Frederick, gtTei ns
some rather nnpoetieal facta about Barbara
Down this turnpike came Stonewall Jack
son's slouching body, when old Mrs. Barbara
r reitcne bung out tne nag ne was recreant
to. He pissed under tlw sign posts ot sub
urban hotels of straggling brick, and I saw
the old woman's skinny hands holding up
her colors after a soldier had shot them from
their staff. She was a widow, who lived in
a one-storied house, of brick, the lower part
of which she rented out, and dwelt herself in
the garret. The creek runs past the bouse,
under the side windows of it, and Barbara
raised her flag from the garret at the dormer
window. She was an American woman of
ancient German descent which peopled
Frederic connty lone before the Revolution,
and it is untrue that Jackson protected her.
lie commanded a sergeant, on tbe contrary,
to seize the flag and warn the old lady. Bar
is dead, except in Whittierssong, and
not live to see her standard wave
unchalloDtted. Her ffrand-sons live
- j ..j 1 ..a
nuv 10 rreuwim, reswcmi uicuimik. .uui
tradesmen, and the many secessioniste of the
town deer, the story of her heroism. I am
led to believe, from what I have heard of
Freitche was one ofl
this erjisode. that Mrs.
those indomitable old Whigs who hated a
Democrat from the bottom ot her neart,
never forgave him, and interpreted the re-1
I 1 IT . 1 1 .. . 1. il... LaJl
oeuiuu lo no uuiy we mmwai; luaiiuu
temporially "slopped over' to the south in a
body. It argues little for the schoolmaster
of this populous town, with its 12,000 or
13,ihiu souls, mat tne poem oi Daroara
Freitche hss no circulation in Fredrick, and
I was able to find but two persons who had
ever heard of it all.
FACTS ABOUT BARBARA FREITCHE. CRUELTY TO CALVES.
The cruelties perpetrated in English
slaughter-houses on calves appear to be as
horrible as anything reported of the viviaec-
of the veterinary schools. The Liver-
pool Daily Post gives the following account
of the process by which veal is b'.eached for
The miserable calf is bled to fainting by a
slab in the j ogular vein ; a little gruel is ad-
ministered to restore the action of the heart,
and presently the wound is reopened ; "if
tbe blood does not flow readily, the tail is
twisted hard up, and the animal tortured
with blows and kicks." Thi. specie, of tor-
ture is kept nptill death is imrninent. The
poor animal is then tied together neok and
Leels, and slung head downwards. The
skin of the neck is then partially removed
and the eongeries of the veins cut
with the knife. An occas.only blow with
, : i i i :
Z aT 1Ti3"c;N
roused to the perception of pain by the pro-
cess of dressing, which consists in skinning
the animal at certain parts, and blowing
air while the body is sedulously beaten witn
rorla. All this refined torture is inflicted
because people will have their veal bleach-
ed tiU it is as white and a. tasteless a. a kid
olove. instead of Dosseasinir a rosy tint and
n . ' i -
, i a
a wnoiesome navor.
THE OLDEST RELIC OF HUMANITY.
The oldest remnent of mortality extent ia
the skeleton of one of the earlier Pharaohs,
incased in one of its burial robes, and
wounderfully perfect, considering its age.
which was deposited anont eighteen ori
t-on.wmnnthaa.ro in ths British Muaeum.
. 1 . r - - . - , .
uu i u..v. u
of its archeological tr"8"- lhe I,d of
mecu.mi Y Til '
1 mv. was mcnwu wim tus ii.mw ui ii
cuDsnt. Jraraon xdyaerimns, wno succeeceo
the heir of tne ounaer oi tne great pyra
mtu, uouui munuimiu " vu... -urpffa-td
ly think of it ; the monarch whose crnmb-
i i m iwwkaa ann ioq; nsr ar iniiioni inuri ija nrse miw
ma . .u.; -e,
i uuuvu, .u g jk
;.. Wn. anH onlv about two centuries or so
T--7---- , .....
the tide mara oi tne oeiuee would scarce
haveb:en obHtterated, or the gopherwood
knee timbers of the ark bave rotted on
Mount Ararat, when the man of the early
world lived, moved and had is being. His
flesh and blood were coteroporary witn tbe
progenitors of the graat patriarch ; bis Dones
" - ' Y" V l. f,K
. V"-"?" r"
and shriveled skin are cotemporary with the
nineteenm century aim mo uoio m ""
crucifixion is only about midway between
bis era and ours.
POWER OF HUMBUG.
i o i
An individual who owned a small tavern
near the field of Waterloo, the scene of the
ome relics of the battle, and he has in-
. . a .1 a 1
vanably and nonesuy answered in tne
"LT" ph r not only hi7rvert;
w6 -- -- - r
. . . ... r xr i r
4iKwuu. ..... ... u. af
01 toe uaiLie, iuu no iia.
nis inenu cm uini nuuia
'Well, mane one ncip tne omer,
"But what can I dor inquired the poor
.... . . - . ,i" 1
"Tell them tnat apoieon or weuingtou
entered your shop during the battlo and
. . , a
mat nn 1 hat. rliair.
OCT. VU . .
Not loDg alter an English tourist enterea
the tavern, and inquiring for relics
told the chair story. The next comer
into told that Well.ngton.bad taken a drink,
I il.. Wflllm tari t.limhlpr
o-axeil with breathless
il on which Bonaparte
I W Tha fourth nurchased
--B - - .
a ijissjt uunto M vr Vwu rw v
I I 1La i(t knfloma lli Ai VianrtTj 1V6sHaUl
uua mo uiw ffj . ;
. I . . 1 1 M 1 knJ AAn
tne noor upon woicu apuiu u
At last advices the iortunate wvern aeeper
BittiDff on a bag of gold in the center of
deep pit, formed by selling the earth
which tbe bouse stooo.
WRITING FOR THE PUBLIC.
that le sn. A man maVbe" VZoa
scholai, a profound thinker, a vigilant
said. server 'of passing events, without being
hurt from an exchange for the benetitof those
from an exc fulfiU
IV"1" - r.
ftpou duties of . 1 writer I? "'P-F--
The following apposite we
to wnte for a newspaper. An exchange
.1. . - . r .
tlio ah lity to write an arucie ior a oe-1
paper is a Wet which few possess, and
we bave known many, with all their learning
. unaois i "
I smouut of inioruiaiiun uu a vancvy ui
L. Z and a readiness of application
muit never beat fault, or the writer
j L -, r- i .i. ,litn. i. .lm-awali
"A.. anst his time, and the inexorable
e ! WV' ?-t have his 'copy,' so that there
unable to acquire. It requires a
copy, so mat, mere
Mid one-half is usually set "up in
, primer m.. -nd amend; but as slip
,L u"'c.lu re.v,se -natches it
I snuia written, 'uevit
th,' other halt is written. This exacts a
oisio u of thought and a facility of
which, "ae poetry, seems rather a gift
nature i. ia" u uuijuireo. iacuuy,
JEFFERSON DAVIS IN VERMONT.
A Boston paper gives the following
of the recant visit of Mr. Davis
Jeff. Davis visited Slanstead last week,and
was tne guest 01 ju. i. A,ee remix, Fred
erick Lerrtll, Esq.. brought him from Sher
brooke there, in a very quiet manner,
Wednesday last, professedly to seethe coun
try and to consult in regard: to an investment
in the gold mines of Hatley. Un Thursday,
a we learn from The JV"tejwrfJ(Vt.) Krjiresf
Mr. Terrill in his best turnout took Jeff,
about the village to ride, when several inci
dents occurred not altogether pleasing,
should imagine, to either the host or
guest. Not only boys but men hooted
him in the street, and greeted him with those
familiar words, 'We'll hang Jeff. Davis lo
sour apple tree." He was frequently asked
where he had left his 'petticoats,' and various
like remarks more suggestive than pleasing
everywhere fell upon his ear. One lady,
stung by the recollection of the suffering
and death of a near relative at Andersonville,
gave utterance to her feelings by hurling
Btone at him. Permission was asked
Jeff, might ride about the grounds of
Carlos Pierce, and emphatically denied
Mr. Henry fierce, in charge of the premises,
who declared, in unmistakable language,
'that in no event coold Jeff. Davis be admit
ted to those grounds. '
JEFFERSON DAVIS IN VERMONT. CURE FOR THE BITE OF A MAD DOG.
A writer in the National Intelligencer say a:
"Spirits of hartshorn is a certain remedy for
the bite of a mad dog. Tbe wound should
be bathed constantly with it, and three or
four doses taken inwardly during the day.
The hartshorn decomposes chemically the
virus insinuated into the wound, and im
mediately alters and destroys its deleterious
ness." The gentleman who left this recipe
with the Intclliiencer vouches for its efficacy.
It is simple, to say the least.
A Little Nonsense.
Tbe man who wanted to -KiaT bim ,,for
bis mothor," attempted to kiaa his nT.""1!
for bim tbe other day and aba gave mm a
good walloping "for himself."
Voltaire savs: "A rjhvsician is an un
fortunate gentleman who is erery day called
ucon to Deribra a miraclo to reconcile
health with intemperance."
A gentleman called to see a tenement that
was to let. It waa shown him by a pretty,
ehatty woman, whose manner charmed her
visitor. 'Are yon to be let, toot' inquired
a 1onc7iit.hia, ltm Ymm ' .a i il ah
he. with a lugubhinjr look,
'I am ; l a to be lei alone.' -
John tells a story of Thompson and Rog
ers, two married books of New York, who
wandered home late one night, and stopped I
at what Thompson supposed was bis
residence, bat which bis companion insisted
was bis own bouse. Thompson rang the
bell lustily, when window was opened and
- , , I 1 . . I laUaam 1
- 'r:' .1.:- w. t tu.
4 .-5 ' -"J r,'.' ".3.
' . "J&:?K"'","r'-?lJ
I is Mr. rtoeers.
rr m ti..-. wrt,,-. I
mm' Bl- '-'-'r'-"'iii
g"10"-18-. w ' fiRnJ"" fo
to the door "d Dick out Rogers, for
J-'"""lm'u w"u" w 6" """"" I
The following dialogue ia said to have
taken place recently between a named
couple on their travels: "My dear, are yon
. .V - .. . . I
comfortable in aba. corner f "4uite, inaox
yoUf my dear." "Sure there'e plenty of
for your feet" "Quite sure, love."
And no cold air from the window by your
eare' .'Qnite certain, darling. "Then my
I j'jj change places with yon." The
I .Wa is as eertainlv a slander on the
I "lords of creation," as the following is on
I the ladies: Jones waa traveling with his
wife, and ( for a freakl waa so gallant in his
I behavior to his carasposa that madam De-
came uneasy and remonstrated against bis
attention as too marked for public ob
tiona serration. "The d t" said Jones, "we're
married, I suppose!" "Yes," said the lady,
"but judging oy your deportment folks will
I think we sin t." "Well, what 01 it,' sa a
I Jones. " Whr. not much, certainly for yon,"
said the careful dame, "yon are a man ; but
we women have onr characters to take care
of. Jonea waa shocked into propriety for
the rest of the journey.
A " Y W vS
.--Ti" : of. th.e . W J1
linking, f ,td7,? hT ?tE
r"""-""""" " ' "
Mrossr"Pon,?Jf'e 8 w t v . j
.Mr. Ed.tur of the liberal cWian deer
i sir nave tub saw in jour vaiuauie
J -M towrpreParl
? yaD? -FT
themselfa for the christian minestery--now
,.. . . . . i - .
l " , . -- rp.: . - . .
viu,-.- . W.T .
. Tu". r ZrZ.JZ
rr.TkI m mr ed tur if vou
hr.d u. ou wl.U belP m? ? Tfdlt?r lf 7ou
I will plese send me word how much money
I ' .,. . T ;i, r i I
ill feel proud
7 -,- , r
you arw smiuj ft -
and tbanktnl to acaaept it,
I dont no what sext of the relidgious
comnnity yon want m to prech to but if at
all plesing to you i would like to enter the
Baptist ministery as mi views of baptism ia
the same as yours is. Pleee mr editur anser
.""J 1"lc.r "T. "7"" CTHV
iKnow wnai neip you wm givo mo in my
enderor to do good.
plese write to me at onse
your obedent servant
conferred nn them byln. newUwforcivU
. . . fl,
marriage ana nava iuwicuuiw -m.v -
l,rutAa alac-ilw. Even the nuns bave
& . . , . . . , ....
i - r -- , ....
the Jyti begun M -"d
priests, despite all laws and vows.
correspondent of the I Boston rTaicAman
nrr Tbe day that I arrived in Iaverpool 1
I ga saluted, while taking stroll tbrongn
A larwa number' of monks and priests in
Italy have taken advantage of tbe privileges
unexpected alacrity. Even the nuns have
.(,. the infection, and the matrimonial
I eit, t,y , newsboy, who shouted ont to
i me, "rsper, sir latest news irom aiuhui..,
1 9irsuicide of A ndy Johnson, sir." Had it
I DOt veeD that I could not conscientiously re-1
rard dishonesty. I should have liked to give
lth. ,nnntar somethine for making so good
I. wueasat my politics." ;
r 'J - .TZZTT
I nlAaasaAfa rial PI V BlLI nCTIi L LI a, 1 lAUel UUt UUI Uat
. wber, he had
as ia hia wont, to take an evening
drive. He genentlly goe. out between hve
A corresponaent at
hm the other day on the ia Angelica a
. v., -,.. nriy nn-
wim.,; - ... LAii:MnnMr.
I nim waia over mu., .uu -'11
ea irom Blgnuu waiting, w n.
following on behind. He walks with a tot
ter peculiar to old age. and yet with not
little rapidity ana energy, a m umm
--r---; TV ... ,1 i t.
1 hoA iMn in Xjuruue.
,1 . . . a .
I The French journal ar giving anecaoie
"waofthe debtors' pruonjat Clinchy, just cloaca,
was One writer aaya; 'Ii you enter into conver-
and Uation with some of tne old guardian oi uua
li. f datst-tinn. won will hear them speak
I ;k ,i. .mono- other noble prisoners
I ji lands, of the great foreign lord who spent
the I i,,;. mn day for his dinner, which
.-v - ?:-'.r. lha 0afe da ParU.
j I W (tfj luvuaui vr aaaw -
sTaf I TT . .Tw-iaaww rvfilAnr fnilT Til Oil thi. Si-
1 ne rvuiavuivu ay..-- - -
I.. . x TL I. . .it nr. rt MV hlB fiAflll
iinouga do wmiu iwu tj C- r.
and obtain hit iineny; ou, 1, w u my
wu I. . mhmrft hs Another inmate
a was an Engliahman) had sworn, though
Crd to thta proceeding, At
ob- 3 , special clause was found in his
able peremptorily forbidding hi. heir, to pay
upon immensely rich, that be would neverpay
I creditor. 1 ne creuuor us m. f'
that he would keep bim in uuncny aa long
aa he could; and he kept him there eight
years. The carriage of the English million-
who ;ire might be seen every day in the Bora
I . . t.V:. kieaiteiiltAmMi linii?
w. MitwTwdera with
says creditor who made bim a prisoner ior sja.
1 m. jzee ... . 1. M v
veara. ine case wa muereu. w.u. .
which U geometrician and mechanician, who roinj
DIDHBU lavuuq.x'ii-s . i r-.,
f"rr"T', 1 anil nractised
1 means oi gaming u- --- r
that the following ruse to Meomplrsh his purpose.
will Being aware that his detaining creditor,
i mIhw intn tha oonntrv. took in
one journal, which he always read from
is ginning to end, he caused to be inserted
DCUUOai'Uaiaia - - r
large motion. Tbia debtor inoogns wuj
i i u. A...nr T,,,ltjfl to
hefnre It.. .J.rv neriodical contribution to
mntenance in -durance vile,' and in
af- it a formal notice of his death In tbe aeDtors
away, prison; wh
- nr afterwards be was a free man.
BEECHER ON HORSE HEAVEN.
In h s novel of "Norwo
Beecher discourses as folio wa co-
future life of horses:
'What da- you think becomes of horses.
Hiram, when they die?' said Hose.
'Wal, Miss Kose, it's my opinion there
is use for horses hereafter, and that yon'll
find there's a horse-heaven. There's Scrip
ture for that too.'
'Ah,' said Rose, a little surprised at these
confident assertions. 'What Scripture
you mean?' '
W by, in the Book of KevelationsI Don
it give an account of a white horse, and
red horse, and black horses and gray horses?
I've allera 'sposed that when it said Death
rode on a pale horse, it must have been gray.
cause it bad mentioned wmte ones already.
In the ninth chapter, too, it says that there
wss an army of two hundred thousand
horsemen. Now, 1 shoald like to know
where they got so many horses in heaven
none of 'em that die off here go there? It's
my opinion that a good horse's a darned
sight likelier to go to heaven that a bad
THE GRASSHOPPER'S SONG.
sion of the Grasshopper Song, which it
said is now very popular out in tbe far West;
Air BOWSBT ALS.
A grasshopper sat on a sweet potato vine, -
un a sweet vine,
On a sweet potato vine,
When an old turkey gobbler he walk-ed up
He walk-ed up behind.
He walk-ed tin behing,
And he yanked him off the tweet potato vine,
Uff the sweet potato vine,
-Off tbe sweet potato vine.
And he yanked him off the sweet potato vine.
The writer adds: "There are 35S verses.
all ailks except tbe first and kit,' and they
are like the resi,"
THE GRASSHOPPER'S SONG. Political Reading.
The Democratic proption to pay off the
aeearities of the United SUvts greenbacks, "
doea not meet with the enthusiastic response
hoped for by the proposers. Tne trouble i,''
many thousand of Democrats disctweied at
the close of the war the advantages f la- - ..
vesting in 7:30 and 5:20's, and they dicVitr t
largely. There is scarcely Demoeratio- "'
farmer who has not bond upon which in-. "
tercet is draws with comfortable regularity. .
They are, aa might be expected, indignant at
being asked to vote to repudiate these securi -
ties, in which they have their bard-earned
money invested. The greenback propoai
tion being about the same aa actual repadia- -tion,
ia meeting a cold reception, -
DEMOCRACY AND FREE SCHOOLS.
of just such talk. Sfaf Jow
Lambdin P. Mllligan, lata of the Ohio Pen
itentiary, said in a recent speech in Indiana,
that the free school sy.tem is pernicious, and
-Mted thst some years ago he waa the only
.' - bis eonnty who bad voted (agsinst
man in Ee 4 tQ, ,choola books in
free schools. 0 Democracy, and that no
vogue are averse .nt eoajd trust his
parent who Is a Derate
children in a free school. -ed Demo-
Mr. Coffrotb, another distinguiaw -toeed
erat, said at the same time, that he Oj., -
free schools, and he would shrink from thew
as he would from the viper's den.
- These expression show the present Dem
ocratic feelings in a most striking light, and
if all the Democratic leaders were as bold as
Milligan and Coffroth, and would speak their
real sentiment, we wouia nave plenty more
WHAT IS DEMOCRACY.
A few years ago it was the doctrine which
advocated the giving of rights to negroes,
now it is the champion of withholding them.
Formerly it opposed a National Bank cur
rency, now it wanta three thousand million
of Greenbacks issued. In Jackson's time it
-- , , - .
called colored men -DroinerB, nrgea inem to
-oltoer. aoout ,eir
ie now lt8 mOBt respected phrase is 'd-d
niggers. in-ii,ui)niraiwsrp 01 us
ranks are crowaea wun oeserier auu oraia
skedaddlers. In this State it is opposed to
negro suffrage, in Tennessee it is i favor of
it. 1 1 is a shrieker for the Constitution and
the armer of bands to overthrow it. It is the
denouncer of taxes to pay just debts and the
e-eator of those debts. It ia the denouncer
of the proposal to allow colored men to rote
and tne admitter 01 coiorea men to u
rtriviWe. In short, it is like the animal,
Cuffy, by order of his master, carried to a
neighbor. When he started it was a pig,
and when he got there, it was a yellow pup
py, and when he got back to bis master it
was a n'e airain. and Cuffy declared that an
imal could be a pig or a pup just as he pleased.
So with the Democracy, and they caw con
fidently refer to their records for confirma
tion. They can show themselves every
thing but loyal during the late war.
WHAT A DEMOCRATIC SUCCESS
The Cincinnati Gazettt refers to tho fact
that the Democratic party la hobbling along
tied to the corpse of its record of cowardice
and treachery, grasping at any and every
means to keep itself from sinking out of
sight and paint what a Democratic success
Democratic success, as interpeted by the
doctrines of the party, means to nndo every
thing that the national triumph over secess
ion has done and to restore the statues of
the rebellion, with the South to dictate
terms to the nation. It it does not mean
LUIS. WUatUO Ulty menu My kuiuk wiu.o tun
people at an election cvass with dtriuea
that include au tnis, ana taai tney nave no
eaniD but thulT if they do not mean
this, they will disown the doctrines that
comprehend it? They have either to admit
that .Democratic success means to restore lob
status of rebellion, or else to admit that the
war of national defense was just and con.
stitutional ; that secession ia a crime ; that '
slavery is legally abolished, and shall no
more exist ; that the State -Governments, by
levying war, lost their legal existence ; that
the legal tender notes and the bonds issued ,
for the public defense are legal, and that this
public laith must be sacrediy kept ; and ia
admitting this now they confess a most
abominable, traitorous course all through
the war of national preservation.
PLAIN TRUTHS FOR TAX PAYERS.
ty and state. Eich of th .truth. .stated con.
tains witain llBeu tne anicruus wr a arauu,
- -. . . , . nmo-
i neuu.ra ,
crat within your acquaintance.
l T, oKnnlil h hnmn in mind ri v every
The Oolnmbns Journal places a aeries) of
truths before its readers in clear and cogent
terms. We copy the article entire, and wian
it could be read by every voter in the eoun-
icb of the trutnj stated con-
payer of the Nation that the enormoua bur
den of debt under which the country ia stag
gering, was fixed upon it by a rebellion
fostered and strengthened by the Democra.
It should be borne in mind that this debt
i.,nuimlT inrreatod by the aid and
I jomfort, given to the rebellion while in pro-
greaa, by the Democratic party, wnereoj ua
I ,18 were encouraged to prolong the strug-
rie BSa:nst the Union armies, after ail other
I rc.innaKle hoiie of success had been extin-
I i. nhnold be borne in mind that the debt
0f tbe Nation was still farther increased by
I the efforts oi me ueruocrauc piny w
I nle and destroy tne puouc creuu, m u
mirfat of the etmtrele for national ex
istence, and that the national bonds were
thereby forced to heavy discount in eontracj
ing loans with which to carry on the war,
and the national currency was thus largely
reduced below its true value in gold, there
by adding enormously to the cost ofjall mat
torial purchased for the nae of the Govern
It should be borne in mind by every tax
payer of the Nation, that the Democratic
party stands pledged to secure compensation
to the slaveholding rebels for every slave
set free by the Emancipation Proclamafton,
thus adding an immense and unjust burden
to the already oneroua taxation under which
the country groans. .,.,. 4.
: It should be borne in mind, that all tbe
Democratic members in the House of the
of I cwtinth Conrress. have placed themselves
UDOn record by their votes, in favor of the
I -,nnati-niia nronosition that the National
"nnta liable, under the Reconetroe-
sc vr tui 1 - J1A
1 ti. letffQ fn.T aUVftrV Hnllal Of thfi StatO debt "
uuu a" -j
.f .Tl . Qfatoa n MW Afl
1 01 au . V - j v .
lt gnouid oe oorne m mmu.ujj "
tJiat lha Democratic party through its
I orators and wirters for the press, U commit-
hi. p.,.,, that the Democracy hM myd. persist-
will nt and strenuous efforts W lnJ are itai puouc
the ,nd private credit, and bring on a ficancuU
hut 1 te(j w the unheard of proposition tbat vne
1 uooieuermo w ucu.wu.-.
1 ie to overthrow me xtauouai uvTium.u,
I jg justly chargeable against the Government,
I tna that this party only waits the success of
de it9 in8i(jaous attempts to regain power, w
e >en people tbe ,
I n:.J QlatM
re- ".VuC borne in mind, by ever, tax-
crISis,sacn as win roaae n iip --
I . - . . ... :,. AKlii,.tinn.nmmlltlv.ulUB
ubwd w uvo i u.s... i r "-rr -
iilu.nraal tnin throuehout tbe
and reducing to beggary thoussnda
" " ".-h littli all is invested in ffovern
7 7 i , . riT,KtK.
meot bonds, for the redempUon of which the
wno faita 0f the Nation is pledged.
only I T ahould be borne in mind.
be- pjer, that the Democratic party P91-
in Hy oppoes every effort made to lighten the
, I vwuuw J , ZD - -
I ol widows ana orFu.u. '
his itaiigra and traders who have the benefit ot
half our markets to bear a email share of our
public burden, by levying
foreign imports, thus requiring foreign cap-
burden in return, and at the same time pro
tect our home manulaciurers irom ui uu-
J i COmpetition of foreign capitalists who
grow fet upon the proceeds ot pauper iaww.
vne I it snouxa oe iwiu. iu uimu r
by Ubio wool growers uu i.a.-r-j.
'it the Democratic party has always and
-nAousiy struggled o prevent for
, . -ers from contributing anv-
most ac. v"den of taxation, and
eign wool gn,. --
thing to lighten the attenips
that every Democratic m...
Houses ef Congress has met every .
to protect the great wool growing interest ...
the country with the most deadly hostility;
and that they have thus, while prating of
the enormous profits made by the manufac
turers of New England, played directly in
to the bands of these manufacturer, with
out even the lame excuse of saving to the
consumer in the price of the product; and
all this they have done while every Ohio
Republican member of Congress gave voice
and vote to the passage of an act to protect .
the consumer by disconnecting the wool tariff
from all other tariffs, for the benefit of tbe -manufacturers.
And finally it should be borne in mind by
every tax-payer, and every patriot who bad
had the good of the country at heart, tbat
the speakers of the Democratic party openly
avow that their hope for the success of that
party lies only ia financial disaster to the
country, whether caused by.failure of crops,
by the discrediting of the national currency,
by preventing the Nation from meeting its
obligations, or however resulting.
i We earnestly hope that every Union paper
of Ohio will keep these facts before the peo
ple continually, until alter the next election
shall have rebuked the iniquity of the Dem
ocratic party by the largest Republican ma-
jority ever given in the State. -
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