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NO NOKTII. NO SOUTH. UNDCK THE CONSTITUTION, BUT A SACKED MAIXTCNAKCK OF THAT INS1 HI M 1 ! I AS THE LIYION.
VOL. 13.-
M'AKTIIUK. VINTON COUNIY, OHIO. JULY 27, '1805.
NO 51
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i:LltIIRi r.YK.KV TII'JP.St.AV HV
E. A . H Li ATT O N,
O P F 1 0 E :
lit Uratloii' Itiiil'inifji, I- -t of Court
Uoiinu, L' B Slaiis.
ti:i-.h, cash.
'I'lio If.Mi;iiT will I'O Koiitono your Tor Two
Onllur; Si Months., t'r UihT Dollar; 'I'li'uo
tliipMit, for Kifiy l.'-nit.
JSfAII aporr v.'ill ho dlwonUinioil ut llio
oxpirulii'U of llu tiiiio ptiiil f .r.
TKUUS rHt AVKI'V1j5Ii0.
Ono rhir.iTO one Insertion,
Knuh uUiUoual tiHicrliou.
1.01)
Curdii ono vuar. 8
8 fo
Noiko (if uppiiinln.!n:is ot r A u
Orn, Uttanliaii ami txeajiitnr.i 2.11
All-:u.-litii-!l:l imtiuUH linl'oTO J. P. , S,')0
K.litnrial nuth-u- por linn, 10
Yearl y ul jurt'mmuiiU will bo cliargol G0,
per C"1i,iiii )r annum.
Ainl In irirli.imiti ra'.os fur lojn than n
uilumn, mill fur loistiiuo.
t-if Ton limei minimi clun,'0il nx ono Krplnro,
miU nil A lvurliu)iii:iiu ur 1 Lcpal Notions nmst
ko pail In ii.!'. .i ico.
Jy Tlin iilinvijt rn nnipt ho coiiipl'ioJ with
I A 1 1 puyninri b must ho mudo to tl.u I'ro-
ilor, ill ro Inl '0 111. u.'uiltu.
The Democr aJohOliiec.
tVo nrii prt)utroil to o coiln with nuntnesn,
ii:i.:iii'.li iin.l at pri.'.n l' it. Uil'y cuiiipo'.iliL'ii,
nil kiinl ol Job Work, jiidi us
P-OOlvS,
I'AM P 11 LETS,
HAND P. ILLS,
SHOW PILLS,
POSTERS,
PlliXi UAMMES
HILL HUM 15.
P.LANKS -f nil KINM'S,
blllLM INCJ UILLS.
LA DLL!-1, iVc, itc.
iivo ii:i n triiil niul lieonviiiri..! tin I w )i;iin
i.inl will .hi ii.iuti i'i liL.i.i.r l'.,r ('a.-ii. lln n :mij
tlurr ti.s'.ul ii ilinii.ii t in thrisoctiiiii nl'1'" miry
U. A. t'us-ir uii.h.
ll. Ii. Sh ivu
UKSTAKLE & S1II V 15 ,
Atl:r!Hys at Laiv,
Cl iim A'iium, Ui.il K '.ai.: Acltl ftMiI Ccn-'t'V.in.-:i:i.
iii-Aridiir, hU) Co. 0.
OltiOi' n'l M'lill Slrril. Iv, dunri I'tlsl
of. I'!. I KudyN Miilh
Will iU in 1 nr iiiiiMy all 'u'l i' uln
t.i'..!i ii .'ar i, iii i.'i i C'ljiaics of . I i j . J
tun . l'il;i; aii. I iSi'iutii.
.lanilarv I'.n b l:'!'i"i tf,
15. A. MATTON,
Al!r'v t L:uy am!
' JIcArh , Ohio.
Hi.iii' lii iMiMi.l hy lli'i V. r., fur lliu ) iir;i(ib
I will llllilll'l in llr.l ii'!":ullli 'll Ull'l l.'iiMl'-U'Hl
l irm n-t'riiii !' I'l.ii u. ii.Mil:at !li
lliiit.'l Slalii , an. I SViwI uf Oiliu, lnclil'lin? tli'J
Morjfiii mi. I I'l.tiiiH.
Ijjiiuliox anil mvirujjc l"Iuy
rrMirci).
I'KNShdN f.iv ...! '.I ; l an 1 ill.- -il.Ti:-1 y.
.lion an I M'amoii an I I'nr lliu lu ir". T s! i inri
uml nuainou ivlui h.ivi) ilriil ail I iivn Mlttil ill
t.lm M'rfi.M. I W'Hihl ny In my I'll. 'lul.i. thai
iiowill tiUi'ii'l irniiiilly W lla.r huaiiiui.u ami
in i.l ir iln l ir i) t.
.1.1 i. I v'i 1.
J0KRS- HOUSE.
PORTSMOUTH OHIO.
"Mi. Junks Inn pur Ii isi'il ilio OM I'ly
r.'.iiiilh llnii n. mi l clianyi"! its n:niic us
uhuvf. 'Vl'.i1 II hi h:is brt'ii ri-n o li'lttl mi. I
i-. iinvv omii Inr 1 1 in rci i-p1 inn if the n L 1 i -.
U is on lln1 vvliarl'.H Ir.'tllli)' I iciilion, mul
im niiisvifl I"! Hi.iriil tu iiukt; tins stay i1
vi .iiors ut th'd Iimi.41. nil thuy can Viih.
Uliuios low ii -i the limes will ullorj.
Jinn' "JiMli I8'i5 -mini.
A.fO.HWK'.il.O
A.i.s,uii(;m.ii !
inn
PilSCAM5 feO SURGEON
McArlhur, Ohio,
Will iilti'inl prdiiiplly nml tnri'fully lo
tho practice of llu ir pcofesoiou in all its
Iranrhi's.
rJ 'i-Sl'KCIAI. ATTENTION GIVEN TO
SS.IUJLXY. j;o
n. Sill, W!. tf.
T..A. IJKATTON,
ASK'U.M-W'O.
BRVTOS AXD MAYO
Alloriicys at Law,
McAKTllUIi,rLNTON Co. O.
Wll.lj altcn.l tr nil lezal luilno!w iiitrnstcl
t i llu'ir vitro in Vi iton, AthunJaoknon, Kua,
lliH'lsiii! mul ailjiiiniiifr cnnt'u!i.
I'urticulur attoiitiu'i nivon to tho collo.r.lion
of Ht'MiiirHolaii'is fur 7'oiisi.inn, Ilinmlitv", ur
ifurs i f pay A'o., uxuiiiKt tho IniUstl ti tutus or
I'hio, iiichiiliinj M'irttnn raid vluiint.
April Hih. IS65, lyr
JAMES WARD,
SA1)1)LE& HARNESS
M a n u l a o w rc r. -
file AUT11UU, OHIO.
Warrants aWoi-k
Keeps constantly on hand and wil
Gull at tins lowest pricca, Saddles, Hri
(Ilea and Ilarncpa of every description
nnd warrants his work fur two years.
C Jul 1 and examine. 1st door west o
lio Oourt IJouko.
cc. 22, lRCl-Ciuo.
For Blank Deeds. Call at
GOOD NEWS AT LAST !
TU npTT-ralllnn Ult. KApriAKL U tlio Ifflt. U
IWwtl whou all ollicm havo f.iilij.
ALL WHO AXIU IN TIJOUCLD,
All who bnvo ln iinfurtniintp, nil whoiio fond linpn
Iikvo becu dhnpiHiinttHl, criwlinl, and blimtcil, all who
liaro Un wiliiccd by tilsn promlson and dicoll, ult w ho
Lavo lin deceived and ti ldtU with, all go to him for
ilvlco ami to gi t Bill hfictli n. h
t llu milk.' your iiibfnrtuui paw awny, lio makes tho
lamli.r and oivyof your cm uiKa full lmmilum, and ho
luinina yunr characte r and rc.i:liikilUy in biilo or oll
n-ioi u uud riiiaoH. All who uro iu douht or llio affi o.
tionsor thino they lovo couault him to relievo and miliary
their minda, anil to find out if tlitir bright uud wunu
uu- niu uo n'UMt'll.
IN ,LOVB AFTAins IIS NEVEK
TAILS.
no has tho secret of winniiiu llio affections of tha
mkltoH't. 11j Knr.li'9 tho Binulo to a wealthy and
luiipy nmrriniTi 'id makca llio inarilid ha.iy. lliu
aid mid ailvlro haa lm-n liiiled iu iunuuieiublo lu.
itaucij, and tho reanlt him alwaya been
A SPEEDY & HAPPY MARniAGB.
To inulio thiujja more niiro, ho will abow Jon the like,
uena of
YOUn FUTURE HUSBAND OR WIPE
Ho will lull ynn their rireunmtaiicrii and their futur
pnmieeH ; and nlmt in Iwltcr tliaii all, ha can tell you
lli.lr tlinnitlit and what tlnir "real" intiniioiia uro.
What la bolter hv uiu tell you it' ihey uiU aukc yoL
happy.
Hr. It.ipliu'l In, theref ire, n snro (lepemlenoo. -
To ul I iu liniiiuehii tii,advieo ininvaliiitlo. llu ran furo.
tell, wild llio Kreale.it certainly, thu result or nil i-inn.
Iliereiul anil Litiniiiean transiieUeiiK noil Hjiilatii'iia. Dr.
ltiipliiiel inturprcta dreuiua for lottery uuuibeia with ua-
failing uccui-aev.
LOTTERY NUMSER3
glvon wlthont any extra charso.
IVIORB COOS NEWS!!!
Pr. ItAPIIAKTi will enst ynur Ilonwopo or writ
ytuir nativity. Kvery man, lhroin;h tho Ii ii;jIIi mid
lireiidtti of Uiu himl, who Iiiih liud luck, and who run
nutlet on in t tic world, Hliould bo III iusdisbiuii of hit
llnreacopo, and i;et Dr. Kapha. I a
Wiittcn Opinion of his Futuro Troa
; pects in Lifo.
It will pniilo him to wrillli, cniliience, and lienor.
Tliutiii.inils ot Ried men, who weio iintiirtiinato and mi.
ueceiiil'ul in their biHimssineii who win ked hard, and
win) Htriitnlfd fli'aintit ailver.-lty nnd misfortune llio
greater part uf llu ir llm, and wlm r.niiiil the inoro they
tried to pt forward iu the win Id the iiiuru Ihinnn went
Miuiiwt them: Tlieo men gut lir. Knplmol'a wrilteu
(ipiniiiti npiiii tlu ir futuro pnnipecld In life. All thoso
who wisely followed lir. Hnpluud'a advleo uro now
RICH, HAPPY, AND SUCCESSFUL
In nil their lin.lorlotiinR.i; vcliilo llinao who were blinded
by prijiidico and Icnnrnnco, neRtected hla udvko aio at i II
luboilnt; agaiuat udvemlty uud pivcrty,
Do anaured
WEALTH, EMINENCE, AND GOOD
LUCK
ro within the reach of all. If yon w lili lo bo rich and
happy you will eoimult hliil nl.o.
GOOD NEWS for tho AFFLICTED.
Ho has the Rift, and can ti ll tho nnileted tho ennso ol
ineir uikhso aim sullerliiif. Ilo can iil,o tell whether
Ihey ran bo cured or Lot, Ikua saving tho nUlltted both
troiiblo and expense.
Corimillutiiiua daily, Puuiloyi oxceptcd. ODlco bourt
from 10 A. M. to 8. P. M.
All interviews arc strictly irlrnto and confidential,
lUciiforowomiy, goouol go all I uud consult
DP.. RAPHAEL,
Tho Astrologer of tho 19th Contnry,
NO. 221 EAST IHADiSww' UTEEET,'
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
BIT rorsonal interTiown granted to Gontlcmen only.
All tu.1iue.19 with
LADIES
lo bo don by lottor.
HV Persona at a dlatonco may fommnnles.to mvH
rr.NTiAll.r by letter, It ttiey Incloso ONE DOLlAIt, for
tVmnnltatlun In naoli letter. All lotters, comuiii.
nlcntions, nml luterviews, aro strictly prlvato and eon.
tbleutlnl. No auiwer will bo given lo lctton uuloaa 0D4
dollar la hit liiml as ft Gnisultatlon i'oo.
Addioss nil liittntaaa follows! I
DR. RAPHAEL,
DOS NO. 6273, POST-OFFICE,
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
.- r- Let it bo clearly tin-
derstood thnt tlio prlro named na ft coiisultutlOD feo ys
f.r n coiiHidtatl.n only. It does not pay fortho pooler's
written opiuiou of your futuro priMpi-la In lifo. It due
not pay fur wlnnlnx tho otVecliotia of tho opiofllto lex,
uur for tho comuiiitnutlon of a happy niarrlujfe, nor for
duliirf nny other busiueds named in tlio nlmvo aihertido.
inent. Tho JJoclur hua a fixed prlco fur iluiiiR each bci.
rate bunluuM. In your consultation with Iholioctor, yon
learn how yon can rcalizo tho foud hoi uearest your
heart! yon aro told how you tun get all yon want, and
le.w vonr biisinens ouitht to bo dune so that it can not
rail. Ilowill furelellwIiatlsyourPESTlJiy. Iu short,?
ho sill tell what is before you, otc.
Caution to tho Public. '
Pr. V. RarWl, tlm Astrnlnoer, has no connection
with l'UOKKSi-MiKnr lr. W. M. ltaphael, or with any
other geutlemau of tho saino niuuo.
r"Cnt this advertlsoniout out. Whin yon coma,
bring It with you and huw it to tho girl who opcm ru
dwr To prevent iniatukes, oah to
SEE TEE DOCTOR HIMSELF.
I
LET THE AFFLICTED READ !
And lcnrn that a perfi-ct and rsullcal euro Is warrautod
and unaruiitetd to all who am ulllicted with weakness,
doljilily, nvrroin complaints, melancholy thoughts, do.
pn-uion or spirits, ilUlned and aw-'Ob-u or niind, lo(
or ak.ip, lts uf memory, luas of euennr and mnacular
mwert puny growth, wiwtlui; away, and a want of con.
telencti in lliem'elve., fainting tits, convubivo trout,
blinds. impniencoanddisi:iHt of lire.
, HEAIt WHAT TUK SIKIiIOAfi TltESS 9AT9. '
Some physlrians n .piirn lo bo told tho nature of your
dlwaae tho KNOMHII BuTANIO PIIYSHUAN does
Hot. m. perfect knowlnlgoof the human system enable
him lo describe, tlio riiseaarj without any Infonuntioa
from tho patient, to cxnliin its original causo, and to
guarantee its euro. And, what is mora Taluablo still, ho
will honestly nnd frankly tell whether you can bo cured
or not. All his communications and interflows aro
strictly prlvuto and confidential. jUnlimJ Jumn.it.
Tim ilotanlo Remedies of lr. Kapha. 1, tho Eogllah
Botaulo I'hyaiclan, never failed yet to niako a perfect,
Mdiial, and iermaneat euro of A Mi PKIVATK, BK
UtKT, AND VKNEURAIi PISEASKS, without tho lito
of Mercury, wilhoiit hindernnee from business, and
williout fear ot discovery or exposure. No deadly pot.
sons, auch aa nrsunic, mix Tomica, opium, or any other
poisons, h'o niercury nor any dtailly iniuerals uotlilng
fiat purely Vegetablo Uolanlcal llemedies aro used by
this wonderful Volatile Phybiclnn. Ilia Kolanlc liemo
dies never yet failed to cure tlio most ubstioato and tho
nuist dangerous cases, and to reniovo ull mercury and
olher Impurities from tho system when all other Ik-uio
dii had lail'd. .'feileal oHraal.
GOODNKWd FOB 8INULB MEN' CONTEMrtAT
IMI MAHRIAGE. Hear. what the Baltimore corrca
pomlent of tho Oddfellow, Booosboro. Maryland, said
on Thnnday, the 31st of May, 1SVO: ,
11 Nunmrous cares of diseases caused riy early Indiscre
tion haviiiglicenperrormial by the English Botanic Phy
sician, I feel it my duty, having ft kuowleilgo of Ihenl,
to stato tho fact, heKeving that in doing so I may do
aeniio tu tin suffering. Ono caao in particular that
of a youn mm in this city is worthy of nolo. He had
become Hi" victim of a habit, tho more allusion towhlch
nuts a shudder, and after years of rufferingand doctor.
log kuvo up all hopes of recovery. He wished to marry,
and was dearly beloved by as sweet a girl as orer lisped
word or affection, but ho was tearful, Lorvous, and proa
(rated. Ue dared not wed on account of tho shattered
tato of his system, llcsoucht relief at tho hands of th
Ilotanio l'hysiclao, and, astonishing as it may seem, all
the bloom and vbior of youth has returned, and ho ,
now tho happy fattier of a iair or bright boys."
Aay who are innering, no matter what their com
a-taiut, can call on tho Botanic PhysielsnconBdentially.
TU,-y may rely nixm relief. His oftlco is at
Ko. 221 EAbf MAMaON STKEET, CHICAGO,
1LL.INOI3.
nlth X
blanks Justices
A Sermon on Keards,
Quarter Hosses, Fiddles,
and Foolin' with the
Gals.
Old Thoir minister was certainly
a Bhidy, ho lmd just such a fuco and
air na a clover nrtiut might bavo cho
don to oliaracterize tlio bull-wether of
eou:o canting Abolition fleck. In
yiK-rt, it was 6tern, hard, and nncoin
promising. Nor wad bin garb Ices
singular, fur lio.,pportcJ,(niay5 wo be
forgiven lor tho pharsu,) a Bnufl'y
bro'.vn eoat, of atrungo and antir-tia-
tod cut, w'licli boro bat two evident
tokens of long uud not over careful
tifliiKC Tlio continuations wero of
yollowiah grey cloth, with stovo pipo
luga, built liko an Ii idlnnan's hurri
cano, straight up and down," und
oixieoJ below tho knees in nervicea
blclooking biiokrikin riding leathura,
well etuinud with Missouri mud; add
to thesi) a pair of Cnil'ilo overalmes,
a Burpiiuing t-hirt cjlhtr, and a w.n
derfully Btaieliod linen cravat, wboao
(Minplicntcd folds and puritanical
still'ijeBs w)oll huvo broken A "New
Vurk wablierwiMiiati's heart at flrt
jilit," an 1 you will bavo a very oc
eurnto tit. Ii neat ion ol this reverend
gontleinan's outer innn. Wo must
not fni'g' t, however, a mr of wide
mowed horn ppeetiCitu which dividdil
Uioirtiino lietveen tlio too ol Ins
vetietuLIu head, and tho bridgo of an
iiidopundeiitly cocked up noso, there
by adding not a littlo to thu grotcs-
rHieeneaa ol tins aomowhat nuclerical
The lirut BoUclion from this par
c'on'u ilwconrso is as ful'.owB:
"Yip, im ein-ettieken brrtherin
Hnd fistirs, lluir Lord only knows
how Piu t'. lning this byar cungn'ga
tinn ont tho gall of bittointBH and
tbo bonds of itiiiiniiy; whar's tho
si list! of my wrnfltiin'n in prayor?
'fluitV the g"b.l ff my' gro8mfiV"Tti
gjierit ? what b tJu; nm of my ridin
ilotii hyiir every Lord's dnv mornin1,
an' thar corderoy mighty bad at that,
Ui try n' 9tivo thojo liyar Binnors
tfoin tlio brim.Htonn as ia to come?
W'.nPs the Btnso, 1 Bay, my brelherin?
for I lei! yeon nil, an I just allow
that thai Lord knows it too, that
thar'e eonio of y con a settin' byar.
hat diitioo out thar toes in a week
al tlmr religion that thar minister
kin linuniior inter thar heads, letl
alone Iheir hearta, with t rar-mect-
inV nn' preichia' an' bingin' of
ptjuluifi, thrt.iigh a 'hull year round.
Yes, my brethcrin nnd Biatora, it's
thar wickf diKGSof (jlirietmus week,
thnr tliiiiein', and thar fnolii:', nd
tlmr (irinkin', and thar gamblin', that
docs thar devil's work byar: an'
wlmr will yeou bo my brcthorin?
yes, whar wU yeon bo, I aay, whon
iSatun conies a buntin' bia own, or ns
is remarked in thar Seripters. lileo a
rtiann' lion a goiu' rouud to boo what
ho kin devour? tako kecr, my breth
erin, tuko keerl"
And ngain- in allusion to tlio
prayer meeting businesE.:
"Whar's tho good in invitin' ycon
intor prayer inoetiu's. whon yeou aro
plwavB excusin' yfiouieelvoj und nev
er thnr? Ef it war a corn liuskiu',
wouldn't yeou bo tlmr? Well, yeou
would; and I jo6t knoio cl it war a
doss nice, ycou'd bo Buro to be thar,
Dut hew ia it, when wo want ycon to
servo tho Lord, and call on yeou to
corao tip an' help us, are yeou thar
thai? Well, you ain't, brethcrin,
an why ain't you? Why, because
thar ain't no keards, ncr quartoi
bosses, nor liddle3, nor dancm , nor
foo'in' with tho gals, thar'a tho why.
An' how was it 'tothcr nij-ht, my
brethcrin, when Deacon Graves and
ycour preacher war all tbar? Well,
it rained, B'poso it did air yoou bu
car or air yeou sail? And wouldn't
yoou bov gone, ef yuou had boon su
gar or salt, 11 it were to a ironct
Well, you would. Yoou air travelin'
tbo broad road, tho hull on you it's
dreadful nico now it ain't Btcop and
hain't got no ruts inter it, but yeou'd
better bo a goin' tho narror ouo--yc9,
ef ii wore all corderoy and hog
wallow, yeou'd do well to bo a goin'
of it for when thar folks bb tiavel it
air eboutin' glory and halleluya, whar
will vou be? A wailiu' an' a naabin
of ycour tectb, thar'b whar."
And aguiu:
"When I go inter a tbar bouse of
a prosr.ol religion, an' bco thar,
tbar,bcgauinjon board, and thar dice
Im. or may bo, a pack of keards a
ia- on mar taolo, 1 allow that thar
tat.. ' .
in that hoii39, tbar's eomething
wiqng. uo yoou bco them air things
in toy cabin, my brethcrin, or in Dea
cat Graves's cabin? Well, voou
don't. But thar'a a Uiblo tha, aV a
hymn look, an' a Bound of prayer,
an' aSbhout ol thauksgiu' thar, Well,
thariP'
Gals. A Soldier's Letter to Gen.
Cox.
[From the Ohio Statesman.]
S?mo days no'we learned, inci-
dent:i!Iy,that a number of officers and
soldferu, who have soeii nurvico tlu-
miff tho into war, hud addressed a
letter to General Jacob Dolsmi Cox,
ihoilicpublican candidato for Govern
or, Hking bini certain tmestioua as to
Ins views about Kestorutiun and No
groKulTiago. Wo Iiavo Buececdcti in
profturing a copy of tho letter, which
wo Liint bolow. Wo understand
tliaCitwas handed to tho Gonoral
in (Ml ay it was written; but ,it has
not yet been answered, as wo aro iu
. f -
turned. It is as lollows :
SOLDIERS' LETTER TO GEN. COX.
COLUMBUS, O, July 3d, 1865.
Majou Genkical Cox, Commandiii''
tot Armv iiiuiifl!
vcu Sir As your follow Foldicrs
M mMnirr iStlrii.tiii 1 1 . i I
- j 1 "
and ellow citizens, wc congratulate
juu uion your uommation as a can
aiua tor Governor of Ohio; and aa
Coinrlldoa dcairtnir vmir Biwonaa if
' -r j - ......
tllClO llO a COIlCUrrCllCU of (iur vlowa
ou cejtaiu public questions of great
..... i
..linn, u iiuuiuBs vou inia noio
,1. . . .
, j ...... .
Wo are only soldiers, and know
no liing ot tho tneks and schemes ol
poiitteianfi: an. wo tberuforo rorof
that tho -Convention which nlat:od
you n nomination failed to give ex
pretiiuii of tho views ol tho party on
tbo iul ject of" Reconstruction of "the
IT' i
uiiin aua iNegro Kulliago.
. If.it 'no.Ui4iU4l-r .C3cvcnt-ii-i
Heiioral toMtie indorsed tho policy of
Preeideut Jolntson. but it ia fmiiillv
.... . ., . .. .. . i .'
vruo tnata lew liouis alter tho ad
jonrnmunt of the Convention, (Jon.
oencuck declared in a speech in trout
of tho Cppilal that ho was opposed to
receiving tlio representatives ol the
Southern States into Congress, until
tboy bad shown their loyalty by giv
ing tno right olBuJIrngo to tho negro.
Ilo further said that "thoro wero
throo chisaoB of persons in tho Scuth
llio aristocrats, who wero scrcs-
fiionibte; the wbitu traeh," meaning
tboeo loyal whites who bavo tho mis
tortuno to bo poor; and "tho uegroen,
who were loval to tho core." And if
BulTmgo was cxtemled to cither ot
theso cIiibpcs, ho wishud it to bo given
to mo negro.
It is charL'ed. Genoral. that von
nro in favor of placing tho nngro up
on a Political cnnulitv with whim
soldiers, and white- citizens.
iu order, therefore, to 2ivo yon an
opportunity to vindicato yourself
lioiafcharges of so damaging a char
acter, wo ask you tuc lollowing quea
tions: 1st. Aravon in favor rd rfRtorinor
tho boiithprn iSthtna tn nil Umir riirhtti
in the Union, aa proposed by Trost
dunt .Tfililiann nvnn it' tlm riirlif nf
sufJrago ia not extended to tbo Ne-
CO?
2d. A to von in furor nf rnvincr
j" p n
tho negro tho right tovoto in Ohio,
ana to contcr upon turn all tuo other
nrivilcfes of a citizen, either now. or
at any future lime?
Wo loel it to bo uuo to vou to aay
that wo aro iu favor of President
Johnson's "nlun of ronnntitrnetinn'
, r - -- 1
that wo bohevo it to bo tho duty of
all loyal citizens to sustain tho Gov-
ornment, and that we ara opBod to
negro BufJ'rao uow. or at any future
timu.
Wo aro.rcsLcctfullv. your coinrados
and fellow citizens, "
F. S. Paukeb, Cant. SStti O. V. I.
A. L. AkuicusoN. " "
L. W. Nichols, "
D. C. Patrick, ldj. "
M. G. W. Emitii. Sorfrt. 13th II. S. A
A. II. PoTE.f, lato Lt.-Col. Inv. Corns
sr r- s .o.a .
d. V . tJlIILTOK, lBt Lt. bStll U. V. 1.
J. D. Wilson, 1st Lt. SSth "
Ln. Lane, latoSergt. 1st Cav. U.S.A
r. Ivonv. 1st i,t ssiii n v i
J. II. f ATTER30N, 1st Lt. 83th O.V.I.
sr - ft
J j. It. aiAESUiLL. " " "
J.I. WlNSIMGLAB, M "
(Tjr'Iloii. Emertiou Etberidgo baa
beco arrcatcd. n
A Fizzle.
[From the Ohio Statesman.]
v ,v ioiiijniiui.'uiiii" nun lid i
fi'lillnmnn ami n e,.l..vl. I.
After tho noniinati'in of Gen. Cvx
I for Governor, bv the Iii
i'Uiiiiciin
Statu
convention, held im thu L'lut ol
Juno, Senator Shernmn announced
that no man in Oh:, would more
cordially piipiiotl the ti.iiiiiii. u Hun
his brother, General W.T. ifhoiinan
This was. of course, regarded with
great favor by tho friends of n-ro
equality, and was heralded all over
the Stato nea big thing; but many d
tho llopnblietina v, ho knew John
Sherman's disposition to maka rnro
liablo Btatetntntf, diij not beliovo him
in this iiifjtance ut any rate, Ihey
received this anniiuncemeut with
many gains of allowance. John
saw this, and felt that hid re-election
to tho United States Somite might
depend upon a few words from Gen.
Sherman in favor of Gtnoral Cox
and he laboud hum that timu until
laet Thursday, in conjunction with
other IlepuhKcnn inunng'.'is, to get
Tectmit'oh to Bpeak thoso low words.
Gen Sherman iliei.Ja vntl fl4 mm li
gen uino heroism in his Into Hank
movememont in Oliio as any Gener
al was over culled upon to exhibit on
tho hold ot battle! 1 1 in liroiiQurn
that John brought to b:;ar upon him
wa terrific. Kvery available influ
enco was seized and uai d in the ell'ort
to accomplish tho object. Gen. Cox
was peraiHU-utly thurbt forward and
kept in Gen. Shernian'rt tiresietico, bo
- " iw "i iiii "i.ienj.'i iy iur LTi'il
in;it u Waa nn imposaih.rty fur "en
tlcmaii who mo in harinonv with the
. .1 . . . . .
iews of thu lutlor to nuiil'onnli liim
Jl . ..i t i i ' '.
i-iu eonio no no less, niidor tlio cir
cumstanees, than to say of Cox whit
lin il i.l ua,, ..I: r i : '
hodiJ Ray complimenting him as a
.i . ii
"H'l II Uli 1 1 I 4 a I . fa I 111 It I It'll l
ing kindly o( him as a militiuy man.
if .. , . , J
lie uttered no wor.U indorsing Cox
.w ivuinn im
politically, or uromia:ii"
port m his raco for Govurncr; and
therein 1
...vw .u. v.v.uiuii , nun
fio outjlunlced his brother
I all tho Kepuhliam mnna-
John and all
gens! lie gave them to understand,
distinctly, that his great popularity
ion! ii in.l Iwi f . .. ! 1 ... .1 r .
cornel not bo ut;ed to aid in elevatiit"
the nero eauulitv candicliiTIo thii
tJiieo of Governor of Ohio.
s,
The Religious Press on the
Washington Executions.
Washington Executions. [From the Ohio Statesman.]
The Keligious papers that wo havo
uoeii eiiico the. Washington Execu
tions nearly all applaud tho perform-
ancoineluding, ofconroo, tho mili
tary comniiaaion, and tho trial; and
seem to rcuret that llio nrisoners
wero not hung! Thuy aro especially
jubilant over tho hanging of "Mrs
Sorratt some of thorn even indulg
ing in olfenBivo allusions to tho lio-
ligion tho irofeasod, whoso kind offi
ces and coiiBoIatioua werj adminiu-
tcrcd to her up to tho vory closo of
her life.
I!ut tho New York Obscrycr can
uotrefrm'n from Buying:
"It was universally rcrrrotted that
so short a timo was allowed thoso
misurablo wretches for preparation to
meet thoir dreadful doom, lt would
havo been moro becoming a good
Government to have deferred thoir
execution a few dava at leas?, and
tho effect on tho public mind would
bavo bocn mere solemn and pcrma-.
ucnt."
Others wero willing to bco them
hung "without tho benefit of the
clergy," aDxiona, doubtless, to have
sent them straight to the
devil forgetting tho crucifixion
eccno. when tho Savior ot
uiu vri'iiu
maicfaet0f
. , . '
tho World said to tho repentant
who wag dying
at his 8'uio. "to-dav thou shalt
0
bo with mo in Paradise."
l
I
'
A Canard.
Soitio rascally Republican wire
puller telegraphed from this city to
tho New York World, on last Thura
i!.iv. that Gen. Sherman, in tlm
conraoofhis remarks, "heartily in-
dorsed Gen (Jox, announcing him aa
llm niavr frricnrnir At I nn " KIiai.
uiu ' wt.... miiki-
man did no eucIi thing, as tho fellow
, ..I V l , I ll
who aont tuo uiepatcu Knew wnon no
-n ... ,.
contomptibb trick, to porpctrato such I
a awinilli nn it 1 li'iiiofimr-o tie, i-i.u.. I
was sendin'r it. it was a rrcan
n awind o on a Ueiiioeruf.o. Diun'r-
, - - , , ,
but it ia in keeiniii' with bgliij of tim
'managoiB of tho Republican party.
Ohio Statesman.
Gen. Sherman at Louisville,
Ky.
On tho 3d itiet. General Shcrmaa
received nn imposing reception At
Louisville. Uou JamciiGuthrio, in
h. lmli of tho city, welcomed tho Gen
t ral in a brier and pertinent speech,
to which tho Ge.ieral ,reepondcd as
foilowe:
Gknti r:iiriN; I recognizu tho fact
that hett! in Li'iii.;vi!lo I 1
- - "-k"" liim
carer r which liaa brought mo back
again to meet vou tin !0 III I'lll'll ll'iinx
years ago all wan confueion boro, and
no man know where, bin nniidiiu,..
wa3, and hardiv know whether ho
was hiimiell a U-don man or a rebel,
1 cunio hero then a utrauger, and na
my friend, Mr Guthrie, has truly
aaid, tul oflovo ai.J ardor for tho
Governinent and ibo Ibig of our iu
liontunco. 1 thoii.rlit.
-n- - until
hoitght, nmkeil my brain t) tho
best of itti t:aniu:iti-' Imt t ti'mii ri.
. , . i urn. iuai
at tlio time all hmked to mo jdoomy
11 I X. 1 al 11.. .1 t . m .
u.u. t Knew nun in thoiNorlli
and West, and in thu South, too
wero thousand of men who, whon
properly reached, would rally to our
Hag. I began tho work hero four
years aio. airff 1 IHVI, plinili.rnl lis
tlo Binco. 1 thon-skt then, na I think
now, tlmt thocouiHu and conllnenco
ol river and mouiituin had bound us
hv law higher thntj our own making1
to Ftand fuguther nu one nation. I
bolit vo that, by past history and
present interest, wo urn nlu,. .r,nn,i
, - "IU'. UUUUU
to live togother in peace ami harmo-
y. i kiiow mat wo can, and bo
hevo that wo will. Put if it becomee
necessary to ubo forco to that end,
let US do it liko limn nn.1 in. ,-. oil
I uuu tv vy UiaV
men that tho Biipreiuo law of tho land
- - .V...-U ,u ui uiu innu
tnuet bo oboved from love, if possible
but fear, il necessary. 1 wi6h
that
wo.CouU all live brothers even
-.-... mi ii, v uiuihitb, even m
'bo blue gnia region of Kentucky.
Laughter. J Iiut though tho heart of
iu
ri j -wi-f.ai uiu I1VOII UI
Kentucky m bi enough to taka iu
tho wholo world, yot iier limits havo
........ C h . . .. i l it , ...
not room for nj uil, and I am ga I that
uhto p.ro otuer otatc-j in thu enjoy
ment of natural advAntagea nearly aa
great as Kentucky. Therrj are Wis
consin. iMiohignn. Pennsylvania,
and New Yoik, aud TctinesBOO, Ala-
oama, ami ueorgia, in tact, look in
any direction wo may, wo boo lands
lavored by God, all bound together
by a common government. Though
tbo parts may at times bcciu discor
dant, wo nro bound as men to bold
them in ono Nationnl llninn. Viva
yeara ago wo did not drcain of tho
II 1 .a ...
rrouwes tmeaa, Out tboy did ariso
and aro now suppressed, and now
peace exibts all over our lund; and I
W lcomo back this neaco. fwennqo it
appcala to tho hearts of mon and tho
1 . . ..a . -
nigiiect interesia ol tlio nation. 1
lovo inv iirofesion and nnliliora Imt
j , ....u, v u -
at tho Barno timo 1 think that tho in
terest ol tho whoio country demands
that when troubles ariso they should
bo determined by tho courts at law
and not by forco or tho ninaket, and
thcreforo 1 hopo that tho peaco
that is nov ujon ua will
last forever, and that if I am ovnr
called upon to fight it may bo with
uomebody outsido of our national
limits. Choers.J
I thank vou. siectlcmon. for thus
t a '
COtuiilLr tOL'ethcr. 1 thank vo-.i fnr
rj C3 J -v
this manitiBtation of interest in mo,
aud I shall ever regard Louisville aa
ono of the brightest spots in my mom-
oi y. I applause. I
nTIt is said thattbero wos never
but one man who wasn't spoiled by
116111! lionized bo wna a Jew. and
his namo was Daniel.
rrpA Kansas t ancr. Bncirinfjr at
tho (stupidity of a ceiemporary, eaye:
Tbo best thing b1 has got off this
week is a dirty uliiit."
rrPA Buffi'-al iournal tulla nf a
man who lived five years with a ball
his head. Wo bavo known ladies
livo twice as long with nothing but
balls in their heads.
fJC7s,'Now, do tako thia mcdicino,
wife, and I'll bo banged if il doesn't
euro you."
"O, I will tako it then, by all
rucaua, tor it is suro to do good ono
luvauop iui it, io a ui u
way or tho other,"
'
a I, 18 u luuiioauoio iuui lUUt
electricity travels so rapidly that it
i . ... i t. J
rr .-it. :, . ,t.i . r. .. i it .
may oo sent lurougu guu puwuor
williout iguiinig u, aca is is omy
when it is resided that an exrloeioa
tukes place.

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