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It i-i mi the vlinl',iJrtaliliy J 'tuMmi; and
h i piiiis vti!l lif hi.iinlic lliii st,i o.J
vi-i ors at tlrs in.HSt;. nl ihvy'can tj.i'i.
Uhu'i!s low us tliejiii.irs wil h0'.mi1.
June 2:l,h 18'ij --fSifin.
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CONDEE nSMIINGBR-'
Ii'.iiiiUI Hnii.'. Hli.l i;ljHl7l WJne.'?k'ttplniiVM.
?AimV LD'&BFJJEOK
, MeArllinr, Ohio,
Will atteiid promptly nnd rarefullv to
tlie prftciii'e of their prof's.iiu.i . m ail iu
bninelips.
' fcJ-SPKCIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
l!IUJERY.f) . . .
un. Sth. 18i'5. I!; ;
icT.7 HH A TTO M . ,' ',' .,AhCII..1UYO.
biivtds An lino ;
McARTIlUR,"viNTON Co. O.
WILL attenl to aU'lozitl biiMnesH intrnste,1
to their enro in Vi lton, Athans, Jaokion, Kom,
ilookin?; anilailjoininn conntios. "v
Particulor attotition glvflnto tlio collcotfoB
nf BolJiors oUiinia for Reunion's, Uonntira, nr
rPHrit ( f paj .to., aiilnbt tlio Tjmteil Siktcs oi
Ohio, inclncliiifr Morjrnn rafil cluitn?.,,
April 12th I860, lyt ;
JAMES .WilRBi
SADBLE&1IARNESS
fil ami la 0, ii r c ivj-
. Mc ARTHUR, OHIO.
Warrants ; ;&Wmk. 7 7)
Keeps conetantly on hand nr.tl wrt
Bull at tho lowest jiriccsrSalltTrea, Ci j
dlca and HarneBS of every deacrjoticn
and warrants hif work
'l?ll nnd iXBtinne. lHt door ku Ki
ho VJonrt lloiiRe.
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t-c- 22, lgC4-Grno ,
For Blank Deeds, Call al
'
V,(M0D. NEWS AT ft AST ! ,
wavutiwwiiWjQj uiuert wire ihiu J.
y)AWVio Ana in tkcuslb,
All haver tern iiufuitanato, ell whose f.iud hie
Wat Jrf -appoint, .!, crushed, and bleated, all ,
oWuit , v ljc p.il.K tho -iu.1. i w.lil,y
i.rvy nVMi;,'aii. miikra Ihu muiri. J l,n..y. Ilia
aid null IHlvire liiw Ihi-ii aotlrlfi'il In liiiiimii.t In.
YOUJR FUTUI?S IIVSEANO OR WIFE
,,)wUbjV.Vta.m ,.. y ,r , lrn.,uv, ...I llidr fiilur,
.,r,Wl.((; anil ,at H ,.,.r tIIBlt .n, )m C1U1 ,n ,t
ihHr lhmii;bla I nlmt tlielr "real'' iiili'iiiiom uro
'YoalUnl.iHiiin
. tl-ll. Willi Clin i;r
V Ji'idl-naiiifi
1t-vri-l iiit-rt'Mn
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' K will cast yimr IlornaoiiM or Writ
, ?""r ''itivlty. Kviry limn, ihronph 'ilia li-nnlli ami
! f V '10 ''" liwki il !'
iioiMon fu llit worl.l, .IioiiM be In puaauailon of kll
.WA'r.. Htw; , .
I Written Opinion of bU Tntaxo Pros-
Vv. pccU ia Lif0"
" twll' iiWe liiui to wralili, vmlnrnn., nnj linnnr.
TIiiiiwiiiiU oi pk,iI men, who wcio uiil'iirliiiiiiKi ami mi.
I "f""f"l In ' liL-lr unnlmn uwn who workid luiid, anil
mill
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- tu foiirioiisiiltiition with the Doctor, yti .
p.
w jn'ttp rt wiiii.ictiou.i
m nrny, lit m;ikei th
iviMrtt ami rnuiura. All ho nit In floi'l.t of the nfr-.
m:
lovo MiiMallliiinfn nlirr and mliify
uncM' U1 "M f"U " nlwuys Uvu
A SPEEDY & HAPPY: MARRIAGE.
- To mnhe thingH mure ktuv, be will uliuw j-uii the liLa
, Dew of
Mi;it It U'lli'i' mill, lm c.iu Ivll yon it Uicy UI amkeyui
llirn'fnr. a nr.ilopn'Jono".
-fonllfTl I'luint'SN IiImmiIUci, Utilivalli.ilili. llitrftii flirt-
U ll, llli tho civali'st ti'itmuty, tlm runiilt of nil com
nitm-M ri-uiiMi. ii,,mh nmi iipi'nii-itiuiiM. iir.
la oiimiu iur iuu-y uiuiiiura iin un
LOTTERY NUIHEER3
, gln llliout any extra rliarjr;
MORE G003 K2U3!!!
nlio -atiiiadfil aanitiKt BilviT-iiy nml iniir,,rliiiio Ilia
greater put uHbiir livp, nml whu loiiml tlm mnre tlio
triiil to jnt l'riinl in Ihu world tlm niuro tlilnm wont
icahittbi iii : 'lliim. men irnt lir. I:i-lin.,r writtpn
' 0iti toil iiioii tlicir future iru'cta In lifi. All tlioao
mew HAPPY, AND SUCCESSFUL
,w,,r,.huIkHn,! l.u, url.nt.. A Li- .1.1.1.'--:
In nil limit mirinrtiil.-lnirai u lilU HinoA -lA .. I.II..I..J
.Uboriug (igtitnut uclvvinify and jnnorly,
, xvza!t:i, eiviience. and good
j . . . ,., ,
iiw,nu, ii juu niau iu do ricu ana
ouiiyyi,ii win lyiianii ni in alsn.
aoOtf KfcWS for tho AFFLICTED.
Ho Ihu Hie pin, himI run till llio nlllltjjid tlio cnu ol
ttulr ilii-wHo ulnl HiilVc-rliiir. II u can lb 1,-11 uln.Hi.it
r -thcijr cirfl Iki md4,r not, llnu iiivlui; tlm mil it led both
iruniiio quit uxpfiiM.
from 10 A. M. to . 1'. M.
All interview uro ti ictlv nrlvale nml ronfl,l,.ntir
- ' -Therefore we anygo oue I go all I and couault
7 i)R.' RAPHAEL.
,, Th AtroJtfer of the lata Ccatury,
NO. 221 EAST MADISON STREET,.
" CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
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Personal interviews granted loGeutlomenontyV'
t All' balaft Miiiiii aii t ft
f -Jilt ITIHI
tADIES
to be dons bv le'.tor.
at idWanmr
mia cominnnlento conpi
nvvTiii i l,v l. tlf r. If thav Incluts ONK UOLLAIt, fur
(lolHir ia luploawl J Consnltiitlon Fw. .
AdJrsaa all lotli'ra M follows!
uiM-tU DR.;RAPHAEL,
lilliMltiltl.
Ko answer will be (liven lu Altera uulcat oue
I
BOX NO. 6273, POST-OFFXCE,
''do ' '. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
" . . Let It l' clenrly nn
ltp$Vi ii1 llm prlro nnmnl u a cniiiultnllno f
foV VniHiirl.1tlin only. It dm a not y for llio J)i:lor'
wriUuii oiinion of your future irnM!i:ta in life. It rtnea
hol-eiiy for ninnrnfl tbn Hueclloua of the oiipostte ki,
Ird.itn an ottor huuniia tiniiu'd iu the above -atlvertiie-
imr Iur t in riiniilinitlllllliin ol n uniillT muriiuui', inn
iiium.. .no vuv- ..-v.. ,-. . - -n -
Jul1 a " "Y "",',,.
beart j yon nro told how yon ?.n K t all yon wont, anil
lir joiirlnnineM oniilit to be duns no llint it can not
liuu liewin ioniit'iiwniicniyourDr..Tiiai. in duv..,
lie will toll wlmt l btllro j'.ni, etc. . (!'
." Caution to tho Public. ' '
" I)r. W. Ra.iluwl, llio AHtmloipT, lia no ronneclion
wlib PKOKKSSWior Dr. W. M. RI'li-'l. or wilbmiY
otln-r Kt'iitlemaii of tbu uniuu inline.
BB-Cnt tills ndTertlwinent out. When yon come,
bring It with yon nml nlmw it to the gill who opem rW
, door; 10 prevent mistaken, anl. to . f
' SEE THE DOCTOR HKHSELP. f
LET THE AFFLICTED READ !
, Anil learn tti.it I jierfert 1ml nulioal onro In wnrranteil
ami iruaninliv.l to nil win artfalllleteil with winkness,
debility, nervous romiituinm, melni.ol.nl jr tliouKlita,-.le-",
pniasioii of ipirila, dii.tr.-ea ami nnqiitili of mind, 1'iM
of aleep, Iohi of meniory, lose of em-o;y and naurultir
power, puny growth, wuittiiiK awny, and a want of con
nilenco iu tlicuiai-ln-f , fiiinlltit nis, convulnlro trcm
biiue, lmpntcnia.nnililinnl it'tot , '
, I1EAH WHAT TUB JllilUCAL PUES8 SAT9.
Sumo phydirinna rwiuirw to l told the nntnre'of your
diMase tlio fc.NliM.SU BOTANIC PHYSICIAN do
not. Vk perf.-ct knowl-ilo of the liumaii eyatem euabli
hfm to describe tho dineaDca witboiit any Inrormatlou
from tlio patient, to explain Its original cn, and to
guarantee ill aire. And, what Is myro valuabloetill, be
m ill lioncitly and frankly tell whether yon can be cured
or not. All bis communication and intortlewa are
Itrlrtly private, and confidential. Medical Journal. .
, The Uotaulo Itemediaa of Or; Jlnpbael, the English
Jl.jtni.lo Physician, never railed y..t to make a porfect,
.tiolieal, ami irinan.-nt cure of ALL PK1VATB, 8E
I'UKT, AM) VENKIIHA fHISEAHES?, without tho use
of Mercury, without bluderauce from bualneea, and
without tear of discovery or exposure. No deadly wi
sons, anch as arseoic, nux vomica, opium, or any other
IkjIsoiis. Noraercurynorauyd.'aillyiniiierali notblug
nit purely Vejetablo, ltotmiical Kemediee nro used by
this wonderful Botanic Physician. . II in Botanic Berne,
dice never yt failed to cure the moat obstinate and the
moat danirerone caasey and to remove all mercury nnd
other Impuritiea from the system when aU otuor ltemo
dies had railed. JfeWioa! Juurnnl.
flOOD NEWS FOB, SINGLE MEN COSTKMPLAT'
TNG MA Kill AGE. Hear what the Balliinoro correa.
' pondent or the Oilitfellmri'Bo.mslioro, Maryland, aaiil
' on .Thnda. thtlllat or Man. JSS0 ., ;
. '. JNuuieroi cured or dlsr-ases causeif tjy early Indtscre
(ion bavii.g been performed by the Euuid) llotutiic Phy
ician, 1 teel it my duly, haviug a kuiwledge of theia,
to state tti fact, believing Out in doing so I may iloa
service to the Buttering. 1 'One ense in particnlnr-that
of ayonng man in Ihiaclty is worthy of note, lie ha.1
beeuaie the victim of k habit, tlioraei e allusion to which
cause a ah udder, and after yeare of stinVring and doctor
log gave up all hOiea of recovery.., lie wished to ainrry,
and waa dearly beloved-by aa aweef a girl as ever liapad
w ords, of aaeotlonibnt be w as fearful, nervone, nnd pros
traleit. He dnretruot wed on accoimt of tho shattered
,1Vtou(hiasvtuM lleiooght relief i thelmtdwcd'tb
Botanrci'liysicuiu, atid, natonisbingas It may eeem, all
the bloom aad-awoa t yunOe has retHrrned, and ho
Rw the happy father of a pair of bright boys." '":"
" Any who are sulTorlnff, ao antler !wav tlieh-xonl'
." , ti..iLLi.N0i3.'1 v- T -"
asm, eaa our enuie uoiasus t nyaicauiceaaaeaiialiy,
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cht'uOj our men., during tlojvrar. :
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HENRY DERRIT,
Capt 1st Va. Vet. Cav.
Capt 1st Va. Vet. Cav. THE RED NECK-TIE.
AIR—Bonnie Blue Flag.
Viili fparM nn; ivinp y.mr gliEfoj li'l,
And 'l. it:;.' (lie goiiui.t 'I hiiil ;
Wlier.i Ico nn-t luo n i-.li iiubborn will,
Pur iNiinjtH'riiii; cjurgp v- jis ;
t'hrii l.iiul iib-jve tlie fouflii i's roar,
I'tul.'il I'n lb our l)iit!j cry
Ami, ftlieU l.'il tr 11 il liefoirt
Tlio d-L-avIiil re. I iiotk-iie !
ClI BUS
IInzi! IT z.i! for t!ii g.iilunt Thir,! Inizzt !
Unr hiilllc-rry & Ctn-trr'e) r.wor.l,
Our t-a,l-i'..-tli,! ro t uutit-iie.
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Our fl i U turn. b m'I 1 nl!i-t-r".it,
Vet ib'iir it fiihii't ilic di j
fur rv iMorrii it tood tin lit flixnt-
Its lury on nir hfuils ;
Ah, yr., ilitli' cu rm tiflTl 'ml s!ie!l.
Tiia: '1 ii V'ns bonu on l.ili -
Wluvc miiiy a uu!iii? Iiiiro fa. I,
. Tlwt woru llio Mil noi.li-iie !
Ciioiivs ;
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Our rccorl'M imd; --iIip vir'ory wo-i,
And ro.ni iln; w -i-i I will know, :
Tin- Ti.inl uoVn ii -t i iii;; nor JJ,1
t)r q i-iilol !..j.-r.'. ili I ;
Ill liaiti.i) oil. : II '.i j.l
My.
t n .i m :. -1 w . t v. r 10411, ; . . .
P.ir III 'V IK.) Will r; 'o.i o :ln I jj.iy,
Tll.il VVt Uh' ro 1,-iici k lip 1
C'llol.U- ' '
if y"iirt of K.il-liiitb s iifli y in.iire I
Tl. ii. . Hit-' i,i'.iv,.ii, J inn,
I w-' ii ii'r-be iii-.n. be .in I' siyrroil,
Our bo nis i.r.t liil.i ,nul w n r 1 1 .
I'wiiw li.niiiy g.'tv,! i;s 'liir !lo' libl, ,
Tir. I u,l'.. o1 t'iiMiS,.iii -No.
Au l mint' will ili.c . ijefii'i) one rilil
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Old Simon," as I he helvived Mock wns
called: - I '11' widow . cut to bed, ami
after tl.o usual milliner cast her anus
ver bii'tle;'.!' hiibband'H fta" ute, ami
tindinir it warm tlio crept Htill closer,
ii Jartisho was convinced that il
tiiiB a be tKr Lid fellow than Old Si
mon. In tlio iii 'min the maid
called as nsnal,' to know what 'she
would have' foi ilir.iKr.
jj'.'WIj Susan." said p ho, "I think
yd'n'iliust thess the turkey that was
hon J.t yt-bUrdey, hoil a le' of inut
lei! and cauliilowrr, nnd get a hand
some ditdi of iisb."
"Mni'im;" pays tho maid, "wo
Lave not wood en 'iih tc droee so
much victuals "
' "Why, then" replied tho mis
tress, "joo icufct e'en burn Old
Simon.'
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A CoiirUMF.NT to.Gf.n. Lee.
Gen, Hooker has paid. ' tlio ; highest
compliment wo have' ever Been in
print to the ihdlitjiry genius of Gen.
Robert E,;LcsJ. ' In", bis testimony
before t'.'.e!Coiinnitien on 'the Condncl
6f'tfie' Brl'Gen's "Hooker',: testified,
nn.WnAth ft" follows: ' '
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I 1 it, ,uu .. mi i cos. no '"' l'-t-
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, .'40.tr artillcrT! always been i
inirttio'r fo that .of the rebels.as was
also ohr infanftv, "e'xeept .' in,; Jisei-i
-sary to iiwhuoiv never ..aia . cqnai; "
llee's anViV. With a . rank UHd
inferior td 'Y i ifttellectoaJlvjlrr'S
and physicftll'lt lias, . by dWciplino
alonecnuireO cltflta(;ier7lrtcad-.
H,,, .i,,. it,! Vnriont nV mn,h.rn
,iiHiM.;..We havoj not, been alio to I
rival it. nor baa tlere beeimny nearl
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apt'
vnaa i,,ii v. , ir ... inn ftinpv ra i.
tl armies."
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George Francis Train.
I' r Intvrt "C tin
!' lljo nat.c Gycr'j Kmncii-
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GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN A CONFEDERATE
PRISONER.
NEW YORK, June 21, 1865
To tie l-ijitorof t!iu .Suw V .r'.i Nj (:
i Fbijve li)yni ' Kr tl.t y know not
what iVy do) efci our tJavIi-r No
i'iitMn,'P,n; uliaucts,' ' no f-e -'iona!
discnidiv Bait! Failifr. ' l5'i'C.vd
aro'.tlitj UKi-fiful, Iur lln' t-liail ohtaii:
tnv-scyV.iil' roir-.M tftyr. ' Tlma.'
tlirt disMnyOi.'liijd i ; i in i!;o :i Ihn
mtmo (jfiHr(nt'is!ii, ami tfio 'po'rticiil
iU aelifr.'tho lOiijinin urntn'r uiul
toii'jioi writer still 'i'.di! Ir.mi i!iuir
iiylilo w'ri.tiuoi), tln-Hh ihu H:ir f
A ji il- w alitv.i ly I'-.r ,u .vnv. lJ. ihlt;-
lit'in, 'Mount VcriU'ii, an l Sii'ini;lii'lii
nro' Ttjj'istul'i' not 'yt t m no lo-j wiih
Oitv.o otbuis d uriYii you Wlii'c
fioodn asitociatloiid, uml a tliou-
srhf t'uluils and nn ssc. tint s!i!l
ciyin out Iur Hih n ro. von nlonu
rifVhrTo liava a thought lir !m white
uiaii! , U'liihi tun 1 1 ' o i-s i n d b.tjkoU
of brrawbcrrioa are y; veil :n a thn,
and .Sauitary Fair oinaunn! all our
uitlt'8 lor our FH'l'T.tl prinncrs, yon
alono ack lor licl) lor thy O'lnfiMlmtc
olilici! M.diuu lo iiuiif?: olwirity Cur
a!!. Our S ivior twki'd ponlmi lor
all. So I itl our IVs'uk'iit. 1 1 i -3 lust
tvm rtf'ttit of inerty. '
No more tioMo lhin: U rcconled
than thp teniici of Li 'j'ti euin n lor.
Urn' w'mRi tliu real (Ili'iia in Ex'solit.'
How rjir.-'iknlilo that Rnoknnn Ijo
Unnocrafi( Cutler, 8t.tiitin,Hillt;c!.):
still how! h r inoio bli'til, whilo the
A twill (on chiefs (fJrtley, I'hillips,
Unecktr, , and . Gerritt' fcinitli) inj!
since criuji cuonli ' Aiu you 'the
onlj-fi;ii ild of tlio Soii'lr iu New
Y,'r!v ttji? , No. Tli'.H) are thou
tunU.' ifur i no n.ttr"'. 1 1 aeo
rfMnn us 'ui'..t and loi' -ivo.
'Yliy' iiof call ii m t t'-n,.' :.t tl.o A-
.'.ukaiy itil Mu.i..:i Ail ' for' the
'ou h -r J- flo'di.-i'ij. in N(N;;u;r ais-t-r
''iit.i'. 'ii of liie oot.lli, Hun
t y ) ajwxid o,' ijoil. '., '.
' V'e li'V.'' fi . t -jL ..o iiiioj Ii m til
Vollii?. Ivil'hi.'H'J i l'lliai. UiVf
ii- a lnihlU: u ; c- t i L'liaive mi
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ITIi'ive hiv non li 1- r.n'.v. Ovtii) ar.i.
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':i i i"j v. .'u t!ij th fea'ed; the
:..:ci-t ,-niiil aioni s need n ) tears.
luiajkam.'. Hot to o lVd tin) l i t
onus, but binuti'j. Lot us recou
ruct and recooei'o by doe. is ol
mercy. Down wit.i tha Sanhedriin
law of vevenc, nnd' up with 'the
cathedral doetiiiiu of peace and ood
will to al! men.
Sincerely,
GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN.
[From the Ohio Eagle]
Mr Delano on Color.
ZW J'eu, ?- ou va i. ami
actV lh? .0t W"
Dtio iS d.o hlone in,, l.ia,y,eys.
. - : . : i
fileluH'iieuts expleB3Ctf hy onlh o f!,s
8f J1?-". 4 trust
onr.htxxo white . ; soldiers ' Will .not
ciai.8 ot .tie abolition pCrgUHSlQU.
"8 copj uom t,. mouui uruou
Lu.u.'t: J':''' L .'. .
TT. t. . ... ' II ...... ,-tT,.'.-L
I 1 lift rtAWitam rat t Iih riLfrrr. I rnnn
- ..w.
: Mr (JolnmbtH1 L)cUno:,is tlio Ah
o'ilion ineiuhe'r of Congress from the
Knox Distriet.HrH-hiB' State, lid is
leading Abolition politician;, and
holds a h'uli pi'bitmn ainon; tlie
woolly heads " In A piil last ho
mailt? h spoerh in the 'Public So.'iaro
at Mount Vernon, itv Yviiich ho ; iv'o
utttraucu to tha following' choic.e
eins of "colored'! 1 literature. T,lio
wtiie B'tldiers will fid doubt rcgarlj
tho remarks of Mr De
as
hii'hly-eouiplinitinfary !o thettisilycs
He insists 'hat tiio' 'hfroisin of tlio
begro troops", far 'onrasf tt'( 'tliat oi
onr white solditrs, 'and tbat',1. Ayithout
.tljpjattl, bjfi ftrtirs; wo'uliiiot
nave ueen success: in; anu. aa a ro
.t ... :i.. -.J-l: '.:" . : '.'I
word; for theiV; Bi.ipii:i6rity dver tiie
,v)!'yfe'8," they liiust ' 'W rowhr.le.i 1j
dibrin'the lijH confiwrel ,'on ,'tho'in
On A lir. ItliVllKTB tt' niirti iv
... ... .i ; v. i ' iia ii e 'O
.ifvifl. l.itrf. VVm liV.vn liearn t It,, xilm.-
.w . M. ...... ...
has added luster to out hiiitory; and
') i. .1-. 'i 1 . - I ' A A. .1. - T 1. .-. ' . .1
llio Auoiiuoiusts "C'.iivra.iv auree
ti
ui:i.e i.,K.i',na'..i.lour
VOIll'! not hnvo MliHTI-lln).'1
" I lot in'br.i h'. foiilit ' uii 1
'joi n d . r uj, ajnl th eervt'B hin , re
.vaM
rJ. He ha- a jiyhr.i.. sit mi .
n, to hold ( Dure,' and t Vote a-
,nnn .U ballot hos'. ,;
liUii
Kin n
"A.'.w, 1 ii:k y u. y, j o t-i
here who woi! ii,it nto' r vu'e i -
;l negro thnn 'vote Iur a Djni. cra! I''
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Letter from a Veteran
Soldier.
Wb.aurifl'K-bttiJt.', give tlio fiK
.JroS from er J
oa p uent in, this city, by an
OhitJ soldier, now near Ri'eih, -N.:
i. li.. . -n .
U' It ia siijiiiS.'ani:
a
Soldier. RALEIGH, N. C., June 8, 1865.
V Fat her, I wou'd liko to. know in
your next tyhat you tliink: of Chase
ati'l nie "principles nu h advocitiiijf
l!U:"y!:VfAn
v.. .... .,...,, ! ,or my
nvn tierniatiou. . I'm .lay the ne.
Iho d.tv the nu
hi clepvup to make law for us-to
be Kovirneu by theru will be trouli'e.
1 do iiot Ik Ijovo in try to make a
lull live out ol water, ir elevating
the ii,' yi-c cmt of liia..: place. iTiie
nerods here liuvts no ai-nae, : honor,
or morality. lhev think Iroedom
means for tli'iiu to hnvo notliin to
do but eat, 'drink, live fat,, with
plenty of everv!liins to wear piven
to them, an l to tdoip and breed "
The Ball has Started, Boys.
Fronl everr" (jmuter . tho stirring
not'. s of tho Democratic bulu aro Le
inj heard aain. V ay ward Demo
crittri are rytntoinrj; to their first love.
There ia a deposition on. the part ol
the people to luako inquirius' and sen
where tlioy stand. Five years of R.j
publican ru'e has broiiijiit much dis
mtt r upon them. True, the rebellion
Ins been put down lorioiis'y, but il
waa, in the m tio, the principles ot the
uu no! cm party that hroiiglit ahou:
tlie bloody lu ce-Hlty. True, tlio-Ab
oiitk.n hili-piiest Hay many things
a .. u l 'ti eotit.pl, 'loyHltyjind. Iho ad
'ii.ta'.-a iliri"ivi."l by the carryitiir on
)' their 'ri,ucip!uH.' , . Tlio war . is
vr and tlu .M iiieis havu tima ti ex
.liiine their tax is. . They Uin" they
H' m noi uioiis ami rapidly increiming.
.yity. see ti nt a wealthy class of peo
!!';, :.'li' roll in iheir carriages and
ll t-h in their niiks, clo'h, purplcaud
line linen-1; who have their maid and
mii "".tv tuts aboiil their household,
a ; i It an occasional inioorUi l 'c mtra
I' iod'in the barnyaid, py little or no
lax! They find Unit ami i th excito,
metit cf the war an 1 tlm Abolition
party, following tho looUtepa of a
iiiotinr.d.y, have created a privileged
class Tub ljONiiiioLniuts!. They are
Lirds and Dnk.e, barring Ihu title.
They draw their -support from tho
Government and tlio "poor c'ass',( far
mers and mealittiiicF) are taxed , to
raise tho money. Theso a?sertions
aro not political dodges, but plain,
unhealthy facts. Fanners are taxvd
and bonds are not. The tax on a farm
d
.
valued at 15,000.18 forty-jSVtf dol
lars, besides a per cent, on products,
occ, while' the taxvnri'""$KJ.Ol)0 in
Dun Is is NOTHING'! (Jan uny
oiio help but. seo that tlio Republican
putt, in having full sway in carrying
out its .principles, has proved a cursu
and a'huinb'uj:?" And nolv, to cap the
clitnii of their power, rlioy' propose
chuck.the white race down with a
raco:ot pestilential negroes anl call
them brotlieisl Is it not lime for sen
sible men to turn away in disgust?
U theio any wonder the Di'inoemtic
ball. is beginning to rolU-that the 8f
coud, sober thojiglit. of the, people is
beginning t'i be Luaiu.;'yatJ,-Fremoijt
Messenger. , '.
:
of
Goori. In Zanesville Iho other day
returh-'d soldier met a pet negro,
th' joint property of an' Abolition UJ.
rhiriitibii' society, and iprimmeletl him
well. ''ThfJ'tirgro rsfnse I to'.'givo up
(he 'center of the sidewalk tr the sol
tlier, vr"-o; Was wallting.'with.n lady.
Tho tsoMvr was nirested and fined.
tV.vrtty-fivo ' ihMlais. Ho 'paid the
fine, trtmcu, and' knocced the negro
int i flle'arins of iastvee, and i:d au-
tVfher twer'.ty-fivo dnilUr-j. ThutAbot
titfouisls jougnt a revolver lor uie;noj
groj after "whicli" the veteran .licked
him again, and .old tho negro tlial if
he did not leave town in ten hoiira lie
vv..uld lick lihn agaitr.' Tlte 'darXey
has "gone wanderiug,1 for Boitm more
(jongenial clitite rYmUbe 'vet' is cock
of
.
[Holmes Co. Farmer.
The Negroes ni Virginia refuso to
,voik.
George Francis Train oil
Negro Voting.
(.L'0'r-T.. lwv Train; Mt!M nnnr...
j !ils- pmill ir It ttor-writin?. Ha
'hud addrepje John U a- rv-v- l
d writK,
. l-i .
bitten; him for; negro EQf-
fa
Negro Voting. 1883/4 MADISON AVERUE. N. Y,
JUNE 15, 1865.
't accept lli.;e noithcr woula I .
llnl iu lL-L.. i . i . - Ui.
uUm A"""-- Toe Iriah bavo w
4nMi,pK.y,.aJH. Youarocon-
.-.I.t OH,, J.' lItnw .J-
tl Til Iriiiki... r
rVi , ' , ,"" pru,vr thw "ro:
oul !
vote .'loitlu r do" v,,.. v.Ji '
, ih blniku lion, j I .i
wl..t--y,a tlw WU llyohilans
th ropy is lionie-nrnjvoa is im.
ported CoMeu, Ii. iht and Gold win
b.,t, h,i)not . w, fir3I1,s. neither Ex.
ett-r u.i'i nor treo Trad.. Il,.li ..i
MweuuurH; riio h or(.t lftV(t
UuJ tin ih-lt i.;i.i ..... i.
.. . . " , our latuoriea.
oundnts, canald and railwavs? Tl,
Indian has no to. t.. .t. "', ,.,.
;u in- . ' ' U1U aiuor
"ia .lnnaman! Are tlv (roo R,1(,
e.l iaUrin, n and .lrctl.re.il White,
iWLi.glaul women, brave, moral,
mtelkctnal women; have no vote.
Why? Are they not capnblt ? Stn-
.....ii.vici. uegi j their
superior?
. ait. II. U S.. tilft
UucaMat. N,tV Etiglander, willing
that Mr. A. li. 0., th0 iori-n A
a. latocratic
ican negro, should make laws to
govern her p,,.p,r,y Ar3; wj
have a milbon educate.l v07itbs be
tweene.steon audtwtnty.one, (many
ot t hem soldiers,) wlmld you givj
the boons!, plantation frfwiuon more
poat.cal power than theso ehiororis
ing Americans possess. '
1'ou must stand by t!,0 workintr
mans liiend-Anlv Jl,-r,,n ii
say. let tlie !Sta:us Mitle the questiop,
IWICO, x0W York lias Said n. , nnrl
"aon inure. Nnrili,,n. .....- ...
MassacduK'tts having ow t'JLi
only, said yts i ucc ntly. 6 ,
i'ou say the nt-orots w r tl.n
i . " w v.iv vui r
race who proved loyal lo ;ha hV.J-
so. ii.ey prolong,,! tho war;
tl ey gH,ve tl,y cney rho t ArliPfi ?
lortuation; their kr.,0 Cll both w 8.
theytook m )noy on both sides: their
rr.obt reliable .spies were negroes
tour millioas of alaves oyU To
whom? Their nriptcrs Yes but
not.tous O.herwise, haj the been
worthy of votes, there would havo
been a Bervile insurrection. Four
millions ol loyal men would not havu
remained silent through (ear. Whew
were their IWaiot L'Ouverturcp?
I fpietition not yciir philanthropy or
your patriotism. man has dono
more no, not. eo mnch as yon for
their cnuse, bat I frankly coufeaa my
sympathies are not in that quarter
The poor negro must follow tho in
d'an to big hunting fjeld, with thi
epitaph oyer his i'otter's Field ffrara
Di,-d fioman overdose of Exeter
Hall. Four million?! That would
p!vo ,"lt-v npffro liepreeonfativea, ma
king a Whortlebotry Fuddin Con
es8. Exit;C!ollax. For Ulament,
Sunset, Fernando and Bonjamiu will
make a comhinaticn auj elect
Frederick Douglass Speaker .of iha
lloiise of Representatives! Don't
forget that tlio ropudiaiion idea camo
Irom tlm negro suffrage orator not
'ryin the deleuder ot tho white man.
Sincerely,
GEORGE FRANCIS TRAIN.
Campaign in Ohio.
The Lorain Comity XW9'ftays"lbere
will be a. puss meeting pr; the peoplti :
Lorain county, at Oberlin, on tbu
lOtb.-'; AshfoY. Stortr and Welkefl
ara to addrc'si tha meeting. Tuo call
tho committee says:
"The; prominent question .for dis
cussion will.be .Nmabo SuPFRaoK.
4 Chief Ju.stiee Chajo. Uun. . Dan
;M fa. Did iinson.' lion: lteDiainin F.
Uutler,' tloip. Winteri, Davis, and al-
most tb'e' outir liepreseatation in
Congress (roiu Ohio, have exprcs3od
opinion that, .in, tho language of
Jmle Chase, Universal Sutirago ia
d'emancied by soond Folicy and inn
partial Justice.". , -
Jn Lorain they do not intend to at
teumt to conceal the real ispne. Tha .,
.ciuraidato .r Goveruoa, Laving b&sn '.
eouaatvd at Oberlin, ia regarded thera
an "anient advocita of sof-
[Plain Dealer.
'CrTo speak the truth ia the priir.
ilego of a freeman; Jo do H roundly
aud plainly ia bis glory.

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