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WILLIAM TERGUSON, Proprietor,
'Wli r JUiberty Ivrells there is my Country.'
$1,75 PerAnnunl. In Advance
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PREBLE CO., OHIO, THURSDAY,
APRIL 14, 1864
66, Weal Fifth Ckreet, Cincinnati
1 HEW $WM DRESS .GOOJS,
tj. , s ..Uooaa generally.' -.
Wnica tijjr tu " cneaitor cash j
Juj fllviLib fc'spWudid siortintiu.i, of
CARPETING, ,, OIL CLOWS,
Wueh they will ell cheaper than auy oluci
j ; , r-Hnuse.-iD, Ciunuuuli. .
lit 'tlrjrW 6U c'Maiuua.ll Bro'i
66, Westc'ifth Street, between Wuiuut
and Vine. . -".:.!
o. vr. o
THIS adersigMd re prepared to accurn
modate lb public, ju tue way ot Foundry
aud Maculae wort'
All Kinds of Casting Done toOrder
Drills', Rua'peri,' Mowers, Thrashing Ma
ehiuoV, Ifrisf Mill, Saw JiUlay sw., &;., '
t.&irii ti order on uaort cOUue.
' Always ktipt on hand and mad to ordoJ
SUGAR KETTLES ,
Frames and Grate liars furSiyar k orna
te, Bakurys, fciu0iiic8, ic.
n Cooking Stoves, Parlor Stoves
:r, j Shoi, Ucocsry nud duuool-iluu. Sloven.
Dog iron. ,' " '
Winaow Weights,' Cellui QraUs;
' Bi.- To ty" tToffrerV "t
j r lr
'paver.- ' ' k V - 5
. Wagon Boxes. . ;
'--Fly Wheels, TrucW M
Cap for( ood Saws:
' '" i'ramas lor seating dchool Bo
.POTS, KETTLES, &GEAM
i v alcVmdow Cap and Silk ", , ' : ' j
lv ... Washers for Bridge,
-nn a( prepaying, and will hart an 4.1
in av' vary aUort, tune, we of the bei.1 and
finest liaoKWO Btotm ever ottered foi ial
"1 J'ln tliis or iwy other State. Patented in ldtit,
' ,. ., Warranted to' bike in t!w bottom and n wj
'' alike, and give good aatialaetioa.
': "" We' will pay vhe hiuliest price 4o Old
' Jtetal and" Wrought Iron,-, in eSubaue fi
;V; tBaton,' J: 28, 186-t tf ,
" ; , ; GJREAT WESTERN
Curriage & Buggy
' . , ; MANUFAC'rORY.
' I1 HENRY RES LER
" Chirry St., ' between Main jy '8mr
; .e a,ton, onio.
1 Tt AINGr erected a new and commodi
Jtl'onn Shop, is now prepared to exenuto
" all work is his line, that may be entrusted
j;.' l,i to hiif'carft.' A. ' Good Stock of Hnished
!,f)' jjwork, eqnsistinjf of " .
1 SUIMS, SPRING WASOHS
.t if.t i , ;,. ,, 40., '.,' . '
' rU flOOO AG2NT3 WAHTEDT
Tb Depwtnw ii tdioe of tb
... y.tmrnv- .
.!: .!.. '. Thaw twa Kajruterat ftttv PunF,
oratixos, (21x38) at naw "fap fipWi .
C'atalogoea f h'ilifu' Amnnoani Fr n b
' i aodEaalish !Dirivinga srut fr to AiPut
Great indarvmeutf to n'yctiicov)ri .
of both sexes.
..i;uouuruiji i n sni union sui-aic,
Are informed that Utt Walter fkotf it 7 j
Alt cojmpororfs,-beautifully ngravd cn ,
f sfI same sifle and mate nicture t" Shnn -
a n rnnt M . ' I, I h-H thimti . i .lYtitS
i- pHwtana t friencu, win oe suoniy rav,
- and their orders r rospecfully solicited - -
't" x" w. H. HOLBROOKE. Publisher,
-'jrr- .r , 84, Nassau Street. New York.
Kreb.ll, 1864-6- '. ,'' i
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Serosa, or, King's Evil,
is a ronrtitutional dixeaxe. a corruption of U.
blood, br which this fluid becomes vkiatcd,
weak, and poor.. Being in the circulation, it
porvsdos tho wnoio Dotiy, ana may duthi oui
JadUfase oivany port of it. No orpnn i free
from its attack"', "nor tlk'rc bNe'liicKlil WSJ""'
not destroy.. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial diwase, low living, dis
ordered or unliculthy food, impure air, tilth
and iiltliy habits, the depressing vices, and,
. above all, by the vcuenul infection. What
ever bo its origin, it is hereditary in the con-
stitution, doscenUing " from parents to children
unto tlielliird and fourth generation;" indued,
it seems to ba the rod of Ilun who says, "1
will visit the iniuuitics of '.ho lathers
their children." ,
Its cil'ects commence by depo-ilion from tho
b'.oad of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, ui
tho lungs liver, mid iutermil organs, is termed
tubercle in the glnnds, velliii9; and on
the surliiBn, eruptions or tore. This foul cor-
ruption, ulrieh eer.der in tho blood, depresses
the energies of life, m thutaeiofulousoonstitu-
tioiis'tirt only suffer from scrofulous com-
plaintf, but they have far lens power to with-
bUiud tlio attucks of other diseases; conse-
quontly va."1 ' mibcrs perish by disorders
which, although not serofulou i in tlieir nature,
are- still rendered fatal liy this taint in tho
system. Most of the tonsuinptloi which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this nurofHloti contamination ; nud many
detractive diseases o( tl.e liver, kidney , brain,
and, imle-d. of nil tho organs, aiiso from or
are nSSmvated by the imc caue.
jieiiiiii h i ii t wu, iiiiiv are i I (HiiiiHlB
their perom are invndeil Itv this: lurking ;n
fjclinn, and their health is undermined ny it,
To vteiume it from Oie ystom wo must renovate
fhi blood by nn iilterativ medicine, and iu
vigoraH it hy healthy fond and exercise.
Sueit a mediemi we supply in
l'cj:!);ii!i1 Exlrrt of Siininjiarilla,
'lie nm t t-irjctual remrdy which the medical
skill of Our timet can devise for this every
where prevailinsnntl fatal malady. 1' is com
bined from the mint active remedial that have
been discovered furthoeKpHrnntinnnf thi foul
disorder from tho IiImo-I, and ll:e re.-H-uc of the
vstcin from its desirnetivo consequences.
Ilonce it should bn employed for iho euro '.f
not only Scrofula, lint Rlsn tlm ollior aireo
tions which arbie from it, such as Ekuptivb
and Skim Disiissr.s, St. 'AwnroNT's Finn
Kosa, or, Kutsipklas, Pwri.as, Pustulks.
IIi.otcuks. Bi.AiNsand Uon.s, TuMons, Tettku
and Salt Riishh, Suai.I) Ukaii, IIinowouh,
basks, Uiiopur, Dvsi'kvkia, Dniiu.iTT, and,
indeed, ai.i. Comi-laixts aiiisino most Vitia
tbd ou Imi'L-uh Uumn. The popular belief
in impurity of tin MovH " is founded in truth,
for scrofula in a degenernl ion of the hlood, Tlic'
pnrticulur purposo and virtue of this SurnapJ
rills is to purify and regenerate I his vital lluid,
without which sound health is iiuuossible 111
coulHiuuutcd conslilutiont, . ;
tOK TUI SrtDT,CURE OF
Intermittent Ftrer, or Fever and Ane,
Ktimlltent fever, Clilll Ftver, Otimb
Aihe, Periodical lfrn,lu-he or Billons
Ilmilaehr, ad Uilioua Vtitin, Intlerd
for the whole clans orrilHmacs orlglunt
Inq In bllliiry tlera -.cmrnt, t-auseil f
tlio Malaria of llllasiuatio Coaiitrivs.
We are cnaultu ncre to o.Ter the 'community a
remedy which, tvhilo it cures I lie above complaints
wtm ceritmiiT, 19 nun periecuy iiuihiichii ill any
qnnntity. ' Uucli a remedy i hiTnlmihlc in dislrirtH
where 1 he so ulllietinu disorders lirevnil. 'lliis
"Ciiuk" etpeli the mlasnialic hiioii of Fkm.ic
Axii 'Aoitb from the vtem, nnd prevents the do
vehip.nent of Ihcdiieatie, if taken on Ihc tirnt an
proa.'h of its prrmonitory Hrmpiems. 1 1 is not only
the bent remody ever yet discmend fttr thin class
of complaints, hut nWo tho cheiipost. 'i'lio lare
cjuanliiy e supply for a HolUr hrines It wilhin the
cai-h o'f even body j r id in bilious districts, where
r'iivn;i asu' Auen prevails, svery liody shuuld
hivo it And u,e it freely both for cure nnu protec
tion. A K'e.a snperionly of this remedy over any
other over discovered fur the speedy and certain
cure of InttrmittcntxiKiliai it contains no Quiniuo
or minerdl, cniinrqnuntly it produces no quinism or
other injurious f.lei ls ulintever upon the coimtitu
lien; Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
th.-v had never had the disease.
l-'evnr and A jiue is not shine the consequence of
tho livssiuntii: poison. A great variety of disor
ders nrtso from its iirilation, smonff vhieh sre
Xemaljiii, llhtumuthm, Cimt, Jleat'acht, Wind
'ioo'hiich'. Enmeht, Cat wrh, Asthma, 1'ttU
vt iwi, I'ltmlul . ijfnliDn of tin Spleen, llystcr
1. 1, I'niii in ti' llowh, t out, I'araliHM mid Oe
iviKum'iit of th btomuth, nil of which, when
liriiciuulin r in this c.nise, imt on the intermittent
(it at become periodical." This " Cfki " expels
the po:son from tiic hlund, and ciiiis-Tqttcntly cures
Ihcm all alike. It is nn inralimblo protection to
iir.mirs'its nnd person, travelling or temporarily
rcAidinti in rtif mnlarinus districts. If uicen occa
sionally or daily whiio expnsed to Ihe lii.eetion,
Ihnt ttiil be cxrp-ieil from the system, and cannot
si-cumulate in sumiiiMit qnnntiry to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even mr.ro valuable for protec
tion tlir.n c:re, nud few will ever suffer from luter
Diittents if they avail theinseh'B ef tho proteetiou
Ibis .remedy nlfbids, , r i '
Praiod by Br. 3- C. U CO.. lowell. Mass.
FELIX PARSES ESTATE.
N the 30th dnv of March. 18(51. 0,.
Probate Court of Pruble C jilli'v fin
el a red Ihe estate of KhIIv l,.r0,. a ... i
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to tie pronaoiy insolvent: '
Creditors are therefore required to prefoni
their claim against the eslnto, to the under
nirrned. lur iillnw.ineB vi,!,;,.
rrnin tlio time abov montioned, o" tha
win noi dp entitled to paymeut.
.- . AS.V NEWTON, - :
, One of the Adtn'rsof K. Pars, dw'd
OiLMokb & Oajipbbll, Att'ys. ,
March 31, 1864 6w . :; pr, f. f3(0l).
vilC X X UL-itlllllCU. a
i MiunMtL riLocni
.Still iu the lielt
HP; has jojt returned Irora the "Quee
City" .with a largo and varied stoek
HATS & CA.PS
'loths, Cmsimerrs, Ttumls, Vi sting
and u lare lot of
nibh I (; dim to Ins umnsroiis' uustomers
it as low rMos as can he bought any wherfl.
tSTAFI kiivls of CimIoih tt'nrk matie ii.
rilir. mi ihn hi.rn nntifn
Thc pun are invited to Call at nis old
,and ,.iite t!)0 ..Xntimiol Hotel." and
l.vm I ' stp,,k
( uii.e iruui
make no delay:
ju-ry nan..,-, a,,. miihb ..j u,e
Ci.mo und buy tho cheapest Clothes ''mt over
you did acar, "
All v -nied to 'lit yj neat, i ' ' ' jhii
ri jr iu.ii'. ,
K iton. August 'it
Pay, Boant" Mjney, &c
Qmm & CAMBELL,
(Licensed by tho Government,)
-47 ILL promptly attend to tho prosecn
V t tiou of Claims for Pensions, Arrears
of Pay, Bounty Money, 4C., on behalf of
militnry claimants, Ac.
lew, in eoinpl.ancew.th tho laws of Can-
We .10 keep on hand a general assort
iiient oi nevenue ntnmps, and uro prepared
to execute rll Cuntracts, Leases, , Deeds,
Morttagea, and other instruments requiring
tttunips, with neatness and dispatch.
OJict at the old Stand.
GILMORE & CAMPBELL
EaloJan. 8. 1HII3. tf
TINWARE AND STOVES.
rritfE t nbscriberwonld call the attention' jf
X Ins old Inends and customers to his
rcsen Stock of excellent
of every vn-.ioty usually kept ir. Tin Shops.
Ho also keps cons'tfintly on hand the la
est und most approved puterns of
CO'OKIMG & PARLOR STOVES
ill if r'lich hi w 11 s dl m lo v .is can bo pu
chased olsowhcre in the couuty.
Ho is also prepared to attend to all orders lor
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
on reasonable terms. The work warranted
BQJuAll orders for Repairing a'.tended 10
on ahoi'4 notice ; and the work douo in such,
manner tts to render general satisfaction,
llis shop stilt kept at the old stand, ene
door North of the Odd Fellow'sUuildinir 1
All ai t.elei in lm line so Idai such rates
as to reijuiro his adlieren.:e to cash terms.
WALTER P. ATCADK.
tfTX..A. - 1? ft
V j "
rill U11.I.S SOKHNEPi. of Hamdlon.l
J i.li.-rs a
i.t e stoek ot 1'iaNor, at reduced
ir.ces, of (lilleri uf nuiriiil'nctures. and v.-ri-
.uis aosi-ripiinns. lie ou--s bis 1'iitios u-
me ivi.st tor i a ii, nbn pays no si'ire riit in
coini'iirison wit i t he i lea Crs o other V t
heivfoiv he en sell them lower tha- oilier
dealers for Cash or convenient pnymei.is. .
He has also t'UNOS FUll KKS'T,
be tail-en iu fxrbnu-v, pur leulurly lit,
o.d customers who bought sumo time iigo
iroui nirn. ami w:n to exjiiane t.ir ni-f.-i
Pianos, with ihe huc-i iiiiproveuieiu-, -vitl
be oHen-d jiiod baiiiins.
Lkttbrs oc IxquiKir will bo promptly an
swered. To sae money call on CHARLES
SOiSUNER, at HAMILTON, Butler County,
Fa-iK-r Ic Basin vt.
Feb. II, 1551-lw' ,
The Small Pox Remedy.
'iTlio Btiiull pox remedy, wliicli
curel tlireo tlionsand cases in Ensj.
wind, taken 111 nil atuge ot . the
deufift. Jh so bIiiiiiIc tliut it witi noti
iwainii-TfTiini.KJueWnan!U. jr w
Creum of Tartar
Tho do3o is from a quarter :o u
pmr. 111 seven? eases a halt
pint doae aliould be ftilmihiMtiie,l
In eacs ebaracleiiiied by delirium,
great bum-fit bus been obtained
applying a bottle' of hot water to I
..... .,.,.1. iL-ii 1 -or llesii mr lr
important; and an outdoi r iiiriiir
1 lenfy or freHh
at, the earliest period piaeticable is
reeoinmetided. Wlien applied in
the, earliest gtiigo of the eniption.
tho eruption is arrested and sup'pn-
raiion prevented witlmiir ai.y Miii-
011s result, The mixture should he
uejl stirred orsiiaken immediately
helniy iidmiMlrtteriug it.
uon)' ,0 1,8 appropnated to the
UsO of his widowed mother, and
his body to purposes of seieutifie
'v;tl,,. His death was pro
will lll-'ud y dll enormous tumor upon
TliE PAUMEf's BAUOMETEK.--Tllke
ti common glass pickle bottle, wide
n,oiii bed; 'till It' wit bin three inches
0l ii,e top tviM: water ; then tKke
u ii. iiinn n 1-ninMiee i-ii nasii, re
moving the straw covering and
. k'Hiisnig the fl.i-k i bm-i'iighly ;j
plunge the ne..k t;t i!a- ik into i
the pickle bottle as far as it will go,
stind the barometer ii complete. Injth;
fini. il'm.l inn , 1 1 , t..., I : 1 1 . .
u,,-. ..vniMii, ...v iui- win ric
Unto '.he n-ck of the flask eun
higher than the mouth ol the
pickle bottle, and in wet and windy
-i i , . . .i . .
.),, ...i ,. I, , .., . "
" wnnin aii
iiieh oi tne mouth of tho liask.
Before a heavy gale of wind, the
water has been seen to leave the
flask altogether at least eight hours
before the gale came to bis hei-r'it.
The Invention was mude by a Ger
man, and communicated to a Lon
don j menu., Ex.
rConnt Joiunxes. the patriot.
philosopher ai d prophet, 'predicted,
in a speech he made recently in thn
Ccoper Institute, that if Secretary
Seward did not humbly apologise
to tho French Emperor for the
resolution passed in the House last
Monday, in ninety days tho leuding
powers or tne oui world would re
cognize tho southern confederacy.
Let Secretary Seward hear and
heed. Children and foola some
times say things that even wise
men would do well to think over.
8The farce of an election was
gone thronoh with in Maryland,
m, .c.i.tn. . tv. I.-
vii iiiuuiu maium. janimore, as
pio.slavery a city as liiohmond,,
po led only forty od-l votes against
uiieonditional, uncompensated e
mancipation. Thenegroes of Mary
land will be freed, no doubt, but at
the tearf .1 cost of tho civil liberty
of tiie peoplo ot that State.
tThe late massacre of negro
soldiers, nr. Viek-burg, is now suid
not to have bceu a rebel outrage,
but quite otherwise. Tho negroes
went to a hotel where there
joniy white women and children
with their seivauts, committed the
grossest possible outrages on the
women, and then burnt tho house.
An Indiana reirinient heard of the
afl'aii, and attacked and killed the
negroes. .No rebels Were concerned
in tho -shocking a flair. .'.Admiral
loiter, said in a late report: "The
r'" "! "tu' r 'cksu irg, nave
t.. 17! I. I .
l)ueii.c(iiiimitting many outrages."
" 1 "c-ii, wiicj cneii
recently, at !alern. Ct . by bis own
agreenieiit, sold Ins hodv to a sun
getU in Boston for $1,000. the
. .v ' 1 ",e
IJ.tHbi.it ous ru.iCEEUl.xa. Ac
cording to all pie-enc appearances,
General Fremont is disposed to fix
the . Republican, parly just as he
does his hair ; i. o., part it in the
An Awful Rebuke to the Clergy.
by!ni,,n''!' ot ber jrlonoii.s Head, tin
Chtiroh woulJ have proved a bill
witiiour .wrat'.i aiui iu Hiding, ami '
implore her Master to 'Imp from !
heaven the olive brunch of peace ; !
that sh- would gn her hers.iii' and ,
'her dun Jt'ers ninx-t her anil sav toi
tn, "My child- love one 'an
Under (lie liead ..f "Dead taith
and an Anontafe 'Chu roll," the
,inw, r n,0 K., f ,10 blnod.
Uniied Stutes, who have literally
turned our . churches into dens of
thiev es. It pays ;
We fond'y thought that, poised
up(u the truth, animateil by the
grace, tuxl obliged hy I tin coni-
walk against the runhing title of
evil. We thought Hie would bo j
nn oasis in the iresert. where weary j
travelers might refresh themselves; :
we thought she wi, iiid bo an island
iu the Btoiiny sen, where ship
k'il niaiiners miaht find safety -
and shelter. U'u did imt exf et;t to
heal in ber soU'inn Asemblis the
voice of human a.iger, 111 ii:li les
of itttiiiiic riiiil'ee We. I jl e cd .
Unit 111 the hour ol civil eoniino.
turn, wucu btates were sir. dered,
armies met in the shock of
battle, she would lili up holy hands
. . . , i . ,
ouier, mac sue would lav one
Imiid unoii Knhruiiii uml tin. f.ihur
upon Man-assail, and bless them
both. We need not nnv how and It?
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we 'we uecu disappointed. In
spite of her boasted eoi.versilijii
and fidelity to principle, this ouce
venerated body, at one bound,
broke every bond of troth and
charity, iu effect renonrioed her
allegiance to her great Head, and
allied herself with his arch enemy.
She has turned asido from her
Master's work, ard through her
hignest courts, and through hun
dreds of ber pulpits, is engaged in
ptopagaliug political ideas and in
sounding the dread tocsin of war.
Her ancient schools of the prophets
where linger tho memories and
reposo the ashes of tho illustrious
dead have been perverted to the
advosaey of u c-uel war, and of u
godless and . inhunun Abolitionism.
Ilor most widely circulated news,
paper, that used to howl so frantii
cally whenever an Episcopalian
was appointed to a chaplaincy in
the army or navy, is now the wlm
nir.g slave of the secular power
that jords it over God's heritage,
and is rejected iu disgust by Chrisi
tian nnd ever, logul.mviu, on the
ground that it is no longer n
religious paper. Her oldest Quar
terly Review now receives its in.
spiration from disappointed mili
tary cominandnrs, who failing of
success In tho field, lwve iMuiome
4itho communicating inteliirence"
of absurd pnlii?,.s mid impracticable
campaigns. Dor clergy in many
lii.stiincts vie with eitcl, nH1(1. nr
ilieli-y to God and the souls of
men, i.nt in devotion to party, nnd
in zeal for the carnage of baitle.
Amid this furious babble of poli
tics and war. we look in vain for
the Mignft Chartn of the Annnncii
ation, "Glory to God in the high,
est: Ou eurth, peace-, good will to
men." It is nppallingto seethe
Church olGod spue from hermnuth
the Gospel of peaCe, nnd bawl hen
self hoarseiu stimnutiiiir the fero
oiou? passions of men, and in can-.
on iz.i n r t h e red h a n 1 1 ed fien d o f t h o
battleiHeld! " Where is her former
hatred of Abolifioni-rn. now that
she is eanslnir her own children to
sno is eans.nir ner own cliii.lren to
pass through the fire to Moloch J
.iiuHa n-lnuiino-nvnn ti. ... -I;
servifo insurrection? What shall
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vvesnyo' tho ilistlngui-bed eler-ry-men
whoso loudly applmded Mr.
Van Dyke's sermon on that sub,
ject, and who now lift up their
nanus hii'i roil tneir eve, In pons
horror a' 'iO sin if Slavery? SlmllMias
we say ns the wivld savs of thorn
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that Ihey have either been practis
ing a gross decoptioii all their lives.
(,ot bo rebuked by you, sir! I have
exposed rav life ftr three years lit
this war, and but for the prencheM
thorn would have boon no war!"
rVe dosiri to bring no ratliugnc
wre eiisatiou. njjither .to judge aliy
man; but by their 'fruits' ye shall
know' theili, and tho fruit, of all
iheir labors U that they, the
Clinreh, and religion itself, ttro
or are now basely yielding to un.
manly fear? tShall we adopt tho
humiliating charge eo freely made,
that as a body, the clergy of this
country have been less reliable,
more unwilling to 'eaerifieo .their
Siositions to principle, fnore shuf
li ng and cowardly and bloo4lur
ty, than any other class of men in
it? Khali wo repeat the sneer, that
rnihor than give uptheir places
1(11 d their salaries; they, will preieh
and pray under the rlictation of a
turbulent faction in their churches;
or the bitter taunt ot the Eoldiii
who o 1 beinff reproved by oiiot'-
thorn ft r pwenr'ni". replied, I will
brought iiitoconteiur.t among men.
The ' Lord Jesus seems to have m
verted 111-" face, and the
Gnu-e to have departctl from the
scene' of strife and tanatieism, nna
bound in the toils of the devil, and
exptwed to tho bootinga' of tho
wrirhl,, nothing is left to us but it
"Dead" Faith "and an 'Apostate
The Xew York Indrprrutent is
preparing the public mind for tho
-? t. .i p ..
iiiimiess wi evciiia. Aia lucu ui a
'union" nominating convention U
The next national nominating
convention will he held in Rich,
mond. Blacks and whites will pert
liaps mingle equally in its debate
and decisions, and it would bo an
act of justici St cue of- theso long
oppressed and despised friends of
God should bo selected with somo
one of their great co fighters, like
Uccral Grunt, to represent it re
lK'wed nation, rhe master aud mo
del of the world. .
Perhaps General Grant aud tho
soldiers of tho Union might havu
something to say to tho "Independ
ent's" Tresidental programme
S.velc ICxroiiTs. The Cleveland
Yam Dealer of Tuesday evening
says: '' t
Ve saw a regiment of black
troops marching through tho
streets of Baltimore the othor day,
upon a holiday parade. They were
the first negro soldiers wo ever be
held The second timo that our
eyes werogladened (?) in thij ban
ner, was this morning, when we
saw through our sanctum window
two uniformed Ethiopian knights
standing upon the street corner,
engaged in conversation. We could
not overhear the latter, but tfrorn
their vigorous gesticulation we im
agine it to 'aiive beeu somothing
I i kn this;
' - r
"I say Sambo, dis war will neber
end till dey git do white trash out
ob do army and put cullud pussoiM
in dere places. V liar's' de man
what says cullud pussous ait got
more fight in 'em dan white pusi
sons? Jes slfow mo dut mafn, an'
ef I don't spile him why don my
nume aint Georoe ' Wa3hiogtos
'li.;.',,,i.Mrrl,A :.,.!.. -'...i
Andrew Johnson. A' corres
pondent of tf.e Louisville "Joun
mil," writing from Loudon, Tem
,IL.s,ep 8va ,.c A , . ,
. !' Andrcw Jo hson,
uicoiii AtUitarv Governor Of t.tl
i Military Governor of that
Peoplo hero who hnd at first so
much confidunco In tho loyalty of
Andrew JohnsoD, and in tho puri
ty of bis motives, now rogard bint
as a bumhn.r. Tl,e. oo d, .t i...
Wants to "drag" them into' tlio dir
ty pool with hiui..Thov: won't;
g'V! '-.: "'".
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