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E0R0B W, PRTBi'BtoWdrt." " ,,r, vb I
JOBS KEENE,;'tt(!)fbV.,, ""J,
'inn AviAto'v . U
JOHN VAN hESV
J V 11 W Xf U U M A ,
J. 8. MARTIN,
H tm M,Vf,MUAmnWQ-t: nut
B06BERT IUIBER, J; 8rH4 I0PPIN0,
' Do xolusWl7 iBuking bastaMivJr nd
lll Baatara Ezohange and Coin; Discount up
BdF Sell Revenue and Ptaipe Sumps. I
OPP0?tTB the MoNultv House.VX'.Llind. 0
A. MitLtE, ProprSitorC'lodiJoccotiimodaJ
liana fHiiTfoopalllt jbilTs. Palronnge.BO
. llcil,J.i i
WM. MoNDLTV, Proprietor. SouHvewi'ToI
Main Street, Aahlnnd ObiiJ.'i II i
"' $OMIJr D. JOJTESf
ATI0R1? fAf tAW; JAahlaiia','d." Pa'rtio
ular attention paid to Collecting and bu.
jaoaa ia ProbHie Court. Ote on Cburch
llAe; between Maih aW Bandusl j
JLJ.SU(T K.j.--r R. Mi OAuraiu,
ATT0R5KY8 AI LAW,, AeliUnd, O.i OfBoe;
n ChhVcliBtreef, in the brick building im.
mediately IVeat of Cahn'a Blore.
4JIOllKB-T'LAW;i fie ever Wallalc
A Andrews' Shoe 8tore, Main 8trcet, Ash.
land, Qkk.'Dia eutiorhe ky '.lhe Got.
' ernment to procure Pension Certilcatea
aid CoUeot Bounty and Book Pay. . ,
ATTORNET and Counsellor at Law, Ashland
Ohio. Offloe in ThoUrick building over
Singer's Hardware Sttre. , . ,
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4T10BNEYI AT.!LXn-lRB "AK1VLIFE
Insurance Agent and Notary Public Par.
Uenlar attention paid to collecting, Probate
fcualneM, Partition' oases aptf Execution of
Deeds, Mortgages and Contraots. ' Office In
' MJHer'a Bloot; Second Btory.i Main Street,
..- opposite the Town Hall, Ashland, O. '
UjW Ojet'Po.rtW.aj bf) Qirt', hllg
.Store, Up Stairs. eaidonce Corner of cen
trra, att4;VT)h',Agtan Street, uhland, 0.
im) 1j. i.,,. '. li .i!.' t
y nV9Ca v W-i Hiri ,-V7v D., V ,
TlglOI AN ,4 8URGEQN, AshJLanil Ohie.i
. Tartioular attention will be paid to tho
treaUneni of the following 'apeoial diaeoaes:
Dyspepsia, djaeaae of the, LWer,.the Kid
j BeyyBorofla and Enithqlialj Cniicera. , ' ,
... i!jij'aj..sj'o njijt .jn:'n:j ' "!
. PHTSiqiAN.tUROIrO.Aahia'n'd Ohio':
Offloe ortr'IIup ft StkoKeri Store,.pp-
' '0,ut!,Ws.()vVvv !
M alwate be' found at.hia'Oftce) ex
, Otpt 6b' SMUrdayi and Mondilji. (8tn30
JEWELLER arfd BttveS-'BmiiH.'one door Wast
- of 0VI(l Ut Btott'tAaLlDnlyWoV
Gold and Steel Fens, and a ehoioe variety
raweii kp i.etMlr n ' handii
, Highs it pMtlo paid for old Gffid and Stub.
Repairing-'Ufln t"rltri n'4aonable
trTm'Bttieft(orily Trarrante'd1. ' ''
rfAti 1 1 G'AS80Rf MENt OF FUttW
.iurf. eptisrsling dfwfables; iPeajli,, fecd
Bfeaas, Chau-s ,of every deacrlnlidn. fib.-
in; asep oonaianuv on nan as a lot pi jue-
uasss ana uaakets: Having a
new Hearse they will attend prorantlv tofun.
. jula lu Any part of tbaoounty,' Furniture
w n k s y
PnOPHIHTOHi f iJ
ThjrvVisto Mcsfeie by ifee
anil urine ;ipraao txub-iiig
OEIrlfStlonB tOrK lu Fsm-T1i
Oiirtge ortbAUinlB(u Well
UOTu Vp-.CMoltaer Slap in
WBHrKOTOH, Mn IVlh8 follWwtnj; IB tl
President's meaeage jctoing the tttlbrado adr
mlT&' ' S T
To tTOjiate of the Itaijed States . 1 I
iptuxn to the Soatate, in wliieW House
it oMpikted,- theJJijl whiohbk)paS8ci
bothjrtusca of Caress, entitled, A
act jS&Sate admiMikjLiif the BhiwAif OoV
oraa99to the UnioD, with mf oCSotionp
to lis "bejfloming a Ija at this timgr First
From the best infatuation wtlCBft have
been able to obtarrJj do not cwSlor the)
eetaDljsgmont of State Oove'tnmcnt nt
prcseTneccssary for the welTttre of tlii
peopltjsl' ColoratfiyiUnder the tistini
Tcrrital GovcscoWnt all aj)Wight
privileges and imerejts of tho citiiDS are
proil'fe8 and sccUi4 fcrijj '
Tbt-'rfualiticd itilCrf ohooso uHtiir owr
Lceislh'tlircs and hjj own looalofBccri
and nrd ioprooCnted'H Congrcif bj a del?
egate"6f tlioir owr$cotion. jTKfy make
and execute th.cIf.cVn ttuniflip) laws.
subjk.oily to tlTyrision b.CoJigrcess
on aittbprity notljljly to bftftrcieed
The i5ulation ifflll, gomo(gHji)ating
it asraaB 25(0Q)ffwhile thavedvocates
of thelill reckon the'numher UMm 35,'f
(inn i in nnn. itti i. i
ly rcont soltlcrsninny of whOre unJ
dcratocMo be refflfXr removal, other1
mininjj.jJibtnctB lrjjld the liyffV'of the,
Territory if circunietotices shjiirrijndcr
tl.es mpvj invilingj fT I
8n$sf populaUon'Tan not wit-lnd roi
lief from execssiia fixation frjj torrij
torial JrVstcrn, whidt'ijlvolvcs tlj&'espensca
of thcHJcculive, legislative rihtTJudiciul
de arfi,nt8 npoivttJy United J Fmes, is
for tbAk presenti.cqptinued. 'jyfy can
r.ot ;bttb find thot-eeurity of perann and
proporty increasci ty! their rofia,ncp upon
the Jtajjiona! rxecuTive powtr for the
uiairTtaince of laViftid order against the
disturbances neoSiily ineioyfDt to al)
ncwlyanized cWmunitics. " :
SeCDuJ. Tt is tn6atisfactBrilcstalii
lishedi.tHnt a mnjttrity of the tti&ng of
J..: .t.jL- .
change of a torritprjak for a Stafoovern.
ment In Bcptcnibif! 1804, tinder the
authCrltf oft'ongMi, an elfioUnn was
lawlStMappointeaHrd held fbrthe ur
pose oj ,scertaimffHe views pftho peo-
InScBtemtcr, 18C5. withou(n lesal
authoitt-ja, the qurslron was agtrtri'rJrcscnt
ed to tbffpeoplo of (hi Territory jritli tho
view pfibtoining tfrcconsiderafieof t te
rcBulrtifthe eleotioj) held in oomplianco
with tho act of Coirfrtjss approjidrjlllaroh
21, li04, At the ftoond election 6,005
votes wtire polled, and a smal iuajority
of lSfr-was given iiwfuvor of at-SWo or,
ganization. It doetfibt seem to4lio en-,
tircly lajt to pcrndf this last "mentioned
result,9irres;ularly obtained, tp outweigh
the one which had Jisen legally., obtained
in thefirt eUotioD'ltcgulnrifyftrd coo
forrnitjr to law are etSential to (bvreser-i
vation'of order and'.jitahlo Eoscrttncnt.
and should, as fair.f racticahjealwaya
do oDrvca id the formation of now
States.;'-,, - can i.
8. IJLy- admission,Tjf Colorald; at this
limo, ai State intoV".ahe Unionpears
to He tt be inoompatiblo with fbe$ublio
interest "of the cotjnr. Whiiis de
sirrble that Terriloilea, when aunToiently
mato5ccl4J should U organized plates,
yet thf spirit of thenstitutiofc sdetns to
rcquirjjltut there stiould be af approxi.
matiorkJqVrard equality among ftrs-fevora
States "oompriBingytho Union. 'No State
can bum. more or less'lhan' two Senators
in Cqngrtjsa. li
TlfcJargcst Stakejias a pophlatlDn of
four mpona. Sevef?) other Sfatw have
a poputeuon cxceedrM two millions, and
many others havo ailjnulation xaejeding
ono milT?Jn. if thffSill shoifTlbeoomo
a law, hi people of Colorado, tRIrt'thou
sand incumber, would have in tte blouse
of Ecnwsentatives one niemkfwhile
New Yt; with a populatiin ofivrwjj mil
lions, JKS but thirty-one CoIoniJk6uld
have id IDo Eleotorial College tlf remotes,
while Now Yark has only thirty thfco.
ColortjdfT would have in the Senato two
votesy wills New York baa no more.
Inequalities of this character have al
readjTi2"eurrcd, but it is believed none
bavoTfrcia appointed whore tho inequality
was plw-jreat. When suoh inequality
has beearf allowed, Congress is supposed
.to hafrflrpcrmiltcd it on. the grounds of
somejjtgi pnblto necessity, and uner cir
oumstiii(jts which promised that it would
rapidly disappear through the growth and
devolppm'ent of the newly admitted State.
Thus regard to what was formerly call
ed thoTdrth-western country lying east
of the Mississippi. . r
Their apid advance in population ren
dered ft:ocrtain that Ssntcs admitted with
only one r two Bepresentatives in Con
gress wttuld in a very short period be en
titled. tCs great inorease on representa
tion. "When California was admitted on
the ground of commercial and political
exinpjpncics, it was well foreseen that that
StateuWaJ destined rapidly to beoome a
greatprosporous and important mining
and commercial community. In the-case
of CoWido I am not aware that any na
tionaL.fii)genoy, either of a political or
oomraVciaT nature, requires a departure
from th'tHaw of equality whioh has been
so eaVwMjly adhered to in our history, ,
If information submitted in con
nection with bill is roliablo, Colorado,
fc'"'1 " v jr" , j --
pie upn mis partuwhir questtotf7 ti,L02
votes were cost, afloTof this Duiibej a ma :
joritjr of 3,152 Wa given against tie pro
po8eO oliaime. 1
"THE UNIONk !
instead of increasing, has declined in pop-'
ulation. At an eleotion for members for
Territorial Legislature held in 1861. 10.
580 votcB were oast ; at the eleotion beforet
while at ttyregrffcr Weotion in 1865,
which is aarUaafiijuA. I baiii. of legislative
aotion at this time, the aggregate number
.F iVa Aliu fine c: 1 . .
ui mo ,wico nac uuij. oiuuoreij anxiouB
for the welfare and prosperity of every
Territory and State, at well as for the
prosperity and welfare of the whole U nion,'
I regret this apparent dcoline of popnlsj-
non in uGioraao, Dm it is manliest it ft)
due to the emigration whioh !b going on
from that Territory into other region!)
within tha TTnilnt Clnlflfl nl. :t. .1.1
...-..h . w"im uuibUB, wiiiuu UllUBr
and agficulturdltsirses. If, however
Colorado has not really doolined in nonui.
lation, another census or another election
under luthorily of Congress would placfe
tne question Deyond doubt, and cause but
little delay in the ultimate reoeption of
the Territory as a Stato, if desired by lh
Tho tenor of these objootions furnishes
the reply which may be exoeoted to an
argument in favor of the measure, derived
irom tno enabling act, which was passed
Congra?Wrv!yiattqf Blasah, 1864.
AltneU qmrMWfyWMei that
the cdmWioaf e thTSrfltcrflfas suoh
as to warrant its admission as a State, tha
result of two years' experience shows that
every reason which existed for the instilul
tion of a Territorial instead of a State
Uovcrnmcot in Colorado, at its first or
ganilation, still oontinues in force. The
condition of the Union at the present mol
ment is sucd as to inspire caution in ro.
gard to the admission of new States. f
ElwcaaiuftheiDltb; totes ,hr been, for
some ume, ana still remain, unrepresented
in Congress I
It is a common interest of all the States',
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n wen m uioso represented as those UU
represented, that the integrity and har'
mony of the Union should be restored af
completely as possible, bo that all those
who are expected to bear the butdena of
thoDodoral Uovernment shall be oonsnlt
cd concerning the admission of new States!
and that inthe jneanlimfl najiow Stati
shall baMrtftmatiirervi aSoVfiiirteoessarilvf
admitteSUi piitiacWn f4bo political
power whioh the Federal Government
weilds, not for the benefit of anv individ
ual States or section, but for the common
safety, welfare and happiness of the
Signedl ANDREW JOHNSON,
Wasuixoton, D. C , Alar 10, 18G6;
The Platform of Congress.
In (he. pretmble tq the bill admitting
OZ.7Xa Sl- C,i.v' .LU' L..
toed by the 'rcSideri fljp. stated '!
" And whereas, it aprears, bv a mes-;
sage 6f the President of the United States
dated January 16, 1866, that the said
people hive adopted a constitution, which
upon due consideration, is found to con
form lo tho provisions and comply wtthi
the tonuuiont ot said act, eto. j
Now, in the very messago of tho Pres
ident which is appealed to, ho declined
.1.-1 n I i r' . . , .
io uuunre uuiorauo a ocaie, occanso her
action had not cpmurmed to tha provi
sions" and she Wi:d Jr "complied with
the conditions ot tioct" providing for'
admission, tie said :
"Tho proceedings in the peoond in
stance for the formation of a State gov
ernment Aivi7 differed in time and mode
from those specified in the aot of Moroh
21, 1861, I have doolined to issuo the
proclamation for whioh provision is mado
in the tilth rcotion of the law, and there
fore submit the question for the consider
ation and further action of Congress."
.: The.br$zn.frqc.4nMs f .thifcdiej-ogard
of twtb'Mivebdor tuk,n:Ceie8S evident
ly has asiKttle-oitjgaid'fortbat (quality as
it has ror tfccenvf ia TBeX'onstitution
To think of it I Men who bung four
toen Amerioin flags from their windows,
and bad two at each mantle in-doors, dur
ing the war tor the best government on
nf tay ophettofr.frfciout
intbeantKisiaad ISdigaViei iauVat
contracts, "the people want to be taxed,
and are begging to be taxed j" these very
men are at Washington, and at every
State Capital, and in the Courts, engaged
in one grand struggle to escape taxation.
Each uian tries to lessen bis share, every
class tries to throw it upon the other
The sharo holders in Banks who have far
years back avoided the payment of taxes
to whioh the United' States Supreme
Court saly theyi re.:noliable,hav"e been
engaged in an ttdroit attempt to prolraot
the reign of indulgence. 'The law whioh
passed the Sonato oonforma to tho decis
ion of the Supreme Court It is resistod
in the House ; and formidable lobby
intorposes arguments, sugrosts amend
ments, and struggles for dc'ajs. What
is the meaning of thisf It means that
$100,000,000 of capital in Bank shares
a struggle j and what -harm if the ex
empted burden falls upon labor tod
trade, and less fortunate forms of invoit
tuent. Albany Argui.
A great exoitemont has been produoed
among the New York Fenians by the dis
covery of a heavy defalcation by a prom;
inont official, whose name is not given.
itson Jif) 7 it'J.i-' HT
Jtliii iaa 1 if '(.mtiui fi.n'l
t,htt 000. .H-.ii -fJi j.,)
The Judge and Grand 'jury In
qirfsiaJji.ii '"lilTrt": '-n
oiiir.1 ii,;i.rs? ji.'t J
,U 1& it ststedj tlat the infamodi -Underwood
and his oaoked Jar have found, a.
Weri fJ'Si1' mre9 fo, insult the
reaapnnl(Hio.wiarce Wa jj.ny iuis
PIMP'? w tF&m vwv
bioob of i jaatirip, Jias..4oub4.
sitting on., a
you; but, for theJiencfit of the fsiti sens'
f Now York. I desire to nlaea nnon rnn-
w4 !he Tih:nioi!o thfl members' bf the iu
rVVaifrn from foil. At. : " f- '
8ff First ofn the'list in William . Tirisley,
iu1illltBrate0,'bakct'; Who 'Sfcse-rtetl his na
tive itate in 'Vcr bourtf necd;'.'"DurIhe
whenw 'years if thwar; he mado mohey
put of the'Qovdr a ieri, and managed to
keetih'fe oorBoif out of the hands -of -the
eoaMpti(yaioeTs by- taking eon triot to
manulacture "hard tack ' tor the army.
No'eoener had he .workod . himself put of
tvjobi ibaq, like Fdate, be went in, search
Lof;4 soquostered spojt vhioh .he; found in
4iiNioi't)ern.eiMiSi oat ct the-repek oi the
CQnflarifjt' officer,, ,Ii.,.Varioll,; a. dealer
ia.ieej left -Jwrtj. the. ,saoond ysar qfj Ae'
war and amusad himself,, till clotj9.f the
conflict, by playing spy for Butajrand
doing otlur.dirty work.. After the bmc
usiou,;of jthe pity,, be returo4 ino.;hs
flince leudaavored i to oaablieiv - bimnelf ;in
,butineM,.but with. little, suceus.irfsptt
able, people refusing-' evan -to purchase
Northern ice from such an iqdividual,
ble creature, Ilunoieutt, the editor o the
'ftSi i nojjro1 ATorion." "Kj tb'o'Vay, tlio of.
fieealwho tsarae to thU -oity to sunmion
jurors 'tor Underwood fiast called Upon
this man Ilunnicutt, and tndoRJvdnsd to
.geiaiin te aetas a juryman:.- Bebow.
ever,J treolihed? aa'Jid ) alio Franklin
.Stearns, the greit. t The other three ju
rors' from, this city,; William Fay, T.'Duf.
fy, -(liquor dealer) and CkarlesH.' White
burst, are obscure individuals, who for
ever hereafter will have the. word infa
mous written opposite their names! ' '
l'jiiii ii 1 .i I,,,,,' 1 v ' i. .
"'jsptjcieh'oi' 'th'addens StcVensj
un Hi u.' ji. . ; . u -
'In'the late speech ufttflB-adical leader
Mf. haideus -Stevens,' in tKe'.flpuse 'pf
Keproaentetlvos, we-find the following.
He is alluding to that section of the Cen
tral Directory report that disfranchises
the-Southern people for a nunibef of
Jea,8i ,.:,.!v.i'i'-;.: m1 .
i f.'Gentlcmen tell as that it 1b tbo strong.
Too i strong for what f Too strong for
their stomachs, but not for the people.
Same eay it is too lenient, It is too len
ient for.. my kard heart, i Would to God
hthst-rtuTfTewUdr if tebcls tbrcTirWft on
ly ips-trme yrtneye. tutf to the jeer
rjueu,. f t would then bqa ttiild.piihisb
ment. But I hear it said that you must
not humble thee people. Humble them;
why not 7 Do not they deserve humilia
tion J ajJieJrWeaeredekrhdationr
If they So noCfUO dpes f ' What crimi
nalxircloa deaervxs it more fr-.Thev
(Jim not jel eonfussed their liDsi-ffhv
iHwiu iuey oorrurgiven i --11 p ,
I . , 1 ., . 1 A ... . k. - '
Tj;t'ii, tty language whioV thls toan
tfpplies' to ilOjOOOjOOO of the American
pcop-lei'wbosi liu'tpll igepee, moraljtj, yif
tucvand chastity would not suffer iu the
least in qpmnaris'on with those whonf this
malignant . represents. This is' the style
ffirj'MiTfi pq lcljevb;i.
best for the interests of -the Union! This
Ih'n'guage Is tir lhdtcate tbo policy Whph
is1 to, , "secure,, vtnre pcaco, and harmony
Mween the .tWQ seotioas, andeonduoe to
their mutual happiness and prosperity I
This language of ylblent and eulrageous
passiori, utterly Opposed to the dictates of
cafm reason and common sense, Is echoed
by some as the voice of a statesman whose!
advice it.js sa'fejo follow,. The Uniosisi
tfl'elJsfrenfitberje,4i ty Vbumiliating slid :
dagtadiog, ;.,by. treating as "folons and
friaairhtlf one third 'of tur whole pop
ulation 'It'a'Jelfcaal 'nntieeesBatjr to
maVo'lnny'it'ly to, suoh miserable arid
scandalous -language. That intellect it,
indeed Qtlujio'.whiQb dooe not ationoe see
bernrqithan,criminsjfolly.ofjts spirit, I
and .woo. does not denounoe that van wljo
Would give it ntteranoe opon the floor of
Congress; '' -U t - , i
1 If ws never desfre to heal the wounds
of. the, war if we w,ould tear (hem open
affesTrlf we desire to have oleven of our
Ststes the bitterest enemlesj ready to ally
tVcrtse'Ivds, with BjrjJ. fqretgo" power fur
mt ojvrltri i ,'at tbq Brst'.opp'ortuntty-
aU. ,110 have to do , is - to adopt this pro-1
gramma tot the Pennsylvania, demon of
mischief whose- malignancy puses all
oonipariBon.r Cin.piq. . i,;ii,
u-ii ' I "1 1 r w ' "' i 7 ,'. J '," . 1
M' X'- o-INFALLIBLE 8IGNS. v ' -
JA ilS'ltflll. Ki,'t . 1 i . ' tM n I ui
Wqv.( cun.'n. 111 " .; ia.r , Iu . ' .
To meet a funeral piMession, is, a sign
e At i''"'1'' i (, '
J.. i4,...' -1
Jo lose a pocket-book '"containing green-;
4 is siglha,t oo i,Un .house, villi
sbortlyrbflclve licking! ii.i!iin- .Vin.i ;
Jiii B it ii n H-ti-. j,t,"'ii. ,.'T l' v ..I !
. ia,D-,ey9q buu,dog a sloekV:
ojpjo N hillioasal eMld bear baby
'..JJ JIIC.tKiW . . ...... .. . .. ; i .,( ...r;i)h
nr- i -.
li tt t
Prentice Tabea Panon Brown-
i n ti a'i: low in lland. . v '
t V: l. 'Ji-A 3 J '' i iuU' am '
i.i JJtownlowj the notorious Gevornor of
Tennessee baving Mailod,lPreBtiee,jof J
ilhLoulsfllle Joitrnal, ithat gentleman ,
come bask at' htm, 'tt follows i '( il ''
-u 'Parson Brownlow, the itrevereud Gdv-
ernor of Tennessee has cnblished ona of
Tub charaoteristieally tow end dirty arti
cles about us in th Krioxville Whig.y
ln that ahiole he W not statea a single
trntn." Whenever he sits down to abuse
anybody, lies 'cluster around his" pen like
bine-bottle flies aroubd a horse's ears in
Ja!y or Atigfist.- Hfl.lies with, his pen,
iieswitn His tongue, he's With hiB gestures,
lies Ihroupih everv nore of his vellow and
shriveled hide,' ' Lies ;iBsue - front" his
month 'like the : horned : locusts from the
throat of that other great beast desoribed
rn apocalypsB." H nts prDD&Dly the "la
ther" of as many Kes as the horned and
tailed' mute he serves. .'''.'
'"Tbef Parson is how a fierce Abolitionist..
Be1 goes''? fcr'in radicalism as tho lowest
aud the worst fjdical In the nation. J'He
wbuld gl4dly 1 bathe ' his1 hands arid feet
and wteh hfs,:f4ce ill the blood qf every
man who js.'not radical. -"' " ' "' ?'",' ;
i a: ni ':! I'-lj.-" "' ''-'l l -li r ..
,: It is, moati extraordinary, and jnost dia-
gracefjul .that any portion.of tbe.people.of
ienncssee, knowing this man as they all
did, vpted to make him Governor of that
State. ',No other State 'was ever afflloted
and disgraced and eursed with suoh a un
mitigated and untpitigable,: such an un
redeemed and iiredcemaule blaok-gaard
as ner uniei magistrat e, tie is a parody.
a caricaturd,'a broad burlesque on all pos
sible Bovenor.t, tll i k'nTtmstrositv.
He is a thing as much out of nature as
Barnum's wooly horse, or his giants and
owarrs or His calf with tiro heads and
eight . legs four of-the legs pointing
mwnwara the senitb. His blood 1b bell
broth, whioh 8atan will one day sup -with
a longspoon.' They say thore isfireihbim,
but.it ia hell-fire, everypartiole of it.
Though. he Is but a Bingle swinA.' there
are as many devils in him as there were
Lin the whole: herd thai ,4run''violentlv
down a at etp place into the set."' His
heart is toothing but a hifslng khot'of vi
pers,- rattlesnakes, ' cobra, and' cotton
mouths.,' He never argued a question In
bis life, approaching n subject bat with
fierce, bitter, coarse, low and vulgar ob
jurgations.:. His tongue should be bored
through and through with bis own steel-
pen, heated red-hot. '-'' ' "
' The Freedmen. ,
We aie permitted to make the follow
ing extract from a private busiuess letter
written v a citisen .of this place by his
agent South : ' '- ' 1
' "The Freedmen appear to be setting
aiong pretty won, all things considered ;
but a more ttifling, lazy, thieving and lv.
ing set of human beings I never saw.
ineynoveto be geuerully watohed at
their work. ' The negro is dying off now
as fast as possible without killing them.
ciuuo i nave oeen on this plantation
eight negro babrs iave died,-owing to
negleot on tho part af. the mothers They
dou't appear to care for their children at
all, " On two or three places near us the
small-pox ia killing fliam off., We have
taken care to vaxinale ours. ; The way
they are dying, I don't, believe,', that in
five years .one half the present number
win uo living, ...
'!''Jui .. 1 ' ; . mi-..
Forcing Negro SnOrage Upon
the People of the Territories)
The lUdieal : maforily in the Rump
House tt Bepresentatives' has' passed a
bill forcing negro suffrage UDon th j ceo.
pie of the follp'wiog Territories, whether
they want it ot not, via : Nebraska, Col
orado, Daootah,- Montina, Washington,
Idaho, Arnona, Utah and New Mexico.,
',, Hcje.is hji' clause in which,' they do it.
The ninth seotion is as follows t: i
fAnd le it 'furthef enacted, That, with
in it he Territories aforesaid there shall be
n denial of the elcotive franchise to citi
sons of the United States because of race
ot eolor, knd all persons shall be equal
before the law; and all sow or parts of
acts, either of Congress or of the legisla
tive assemblies of the Territories afore
said, inconsistent with the provisions of
this aot, Are hereby , deoktrod null and
void." ; i i lo ov;:. -i' j ...:) hi m..'.. -n
'The men who thus force the hated ne
gro suffrage u'pon the Territories, and who
are striving to thrust it as a bitter pill
down tho Southern Statea, in almost ev
ery instrnoe represent States who do not
(Motion lYat oome.7'They ,livo whore
white'' suffrage' jirevails but are deter
mined bo other communities shall enjoy
iiutt ritilega.' Every bo3y else is to be
mado to do, differently from what their
UlUltS W1M UU. '
A Radioal Cbowo. A renubltoan
fli"Malrie, who'had' Served put Tiis'time
ui ou uaya in ius Augueia jail, was aensa
Sty R .Vfi.tj ri'kl itr.-t "I
bad .,b,ul Jime,", said 1hJ,!Ihere
--- m . . m iw! j ii w,, . m
I 1 '
.'J.'. )..') ifj,'r 'vt-iA j
lira. JeiT. batln Tinita her Una
!-. il 'ill!- z . nt .t t .
W dip the following,,, in relation, to
the interview between Mrs;- Jeff Davis
and her husband, from the correspondence
of the. At Jorfi Jleraljii ; "
'At half-past right o'clock Lieutenant
Fessenden, Fifth United States Artillury,
waited upon be to-escort her. inside the
IV, -t . rr .. 11. rr J u: ' . i ..-- ..
luith nor vuiiu soooujpauica inera.r
She was taken to Gbneral Miles' head
quarters, wh reerve(t Bel wf& Wiy
politeness and onsidehttioB idue her no
sition. Under other -wcumstances she
might have striven more sedulously ner-
haps to evoke the most favorabio impres
sion possible upon the onstodiiiO of her
husband, but her , great anxiety was to
prooeed at once to. her husband's Dlace of
connnement ana see bim. She wanted
to see bow he had borne his inmrisoomont.
wnetner ne was sick or well, and learn all
aDout mm. eue was not long ;kept in
anxioty. Mr. lavis had t been apprised
of her coming." ' ' ' r" ..',
"Within fifteen minutes from the timo
f her adtnissbn to the fortabe waaOwitb
him w Carroll.ilsll.,. Lieu'enant Fessen
den still bore be? company. , She. hue
remained with Mr. Davis all day, and
took her dinner with him. " Ah Oinovr has
been t eonstaiitiy, in the- Toom. " Their
meeting was a tender and affeotipaate one,
as such a meeting must naturally be after
such a protraoted separation, . and partio
uhnlynnder tho-tilrcumstaneeS attending
the separation. ' And 'we ret the Curtain
drop over .their talks of the past,: their
realizations of the present and'hopos for
the future. She' confesses finding Mr.
Davis in better 'health' than she had ct
pebttd j but still avers -that he is much
feebler than wl en brought here. , Sbc-js
et,erv w,iy satiefiod with tbo treatment
she has reooived,' and' acknowledges that
evBrything,' SaviBg his restoration to lib.
erty, has been, dono for him that could
be. -. To Doctor Copper, his sedioal at
tendaot and adviser, she is especially
thanklul and gives the unqualified credit
of keeping him as oheerful as he is - It
ia not knpwn yetwhetber she will stay al
Dr. Coqncr's duriug her sojourn or at the
Hygeia Hotel. It is also notknowh how
long; she wll retnainiu re."., ,,. ,
The Ohio Legislature adjourned on
Friday last, until tho 2d ol January, '67.
It was the -only good thing" fhey done
uiirmg me session, . ! .; .'.
The. above, appeared in the Hooking
Sentuiej, whiob proyokeq,F.Htpain p.f the
Cbilicothe, advertiser, whe was a member
of. the last legislature,, to speak in this
wise: , .. . . j j.jj -., ,.
This is a mistake. . It was a bad thing
It should, hayepbeyed the. provisions of
tha Ccnstitution and adjeurned sine die.
Every Democrat voted against an-adjourn-ed
session," for whioh there is no more
necessity than Thad. Stevens has tor
forked tail to admonish people that he
uciuiiks iu mo uriuisiono country. .
1 ' .'! ..' i, . ', '. ,:
The Coming Election. , r
Lot ever Demoeratand every eonsery.
ative citizen, of whatever party, fully ap
preciate the yast interests at Btake in the
coming fall eleotion. Shall we have an
intelligent, patriotic CongrtBB; or another
aggregation ot criminality and ignorance
such as the pre en t? That is jbq ques
tion, it wo oan elect a Congress which
will sustain the polioy of the President,
we will soon have a restored Union with
peace and. comparative prosperity. If,
on tha other hand, the Sumoeritoe are
successful, we may exneot a career of vi.
olenoe, usurpation, bloodshed, ending in
a total subversion of all that Is left of
Constitutional Government I'. In God's
name lot the people awako to a sense of
tne danger impending. Jlurwn Demo
eral. ' ' ' '" '
JC3T Hoop skirts, like gun barn's, are
not dangerous unless they have some
thing in them. : But when the former are
charged, powdered, wadsd, and waterfall
oapped they should be handled with the
greatest caution.' In many instances it
is dangerous to even look at them. "
' ' ' ': '-,., " u-vr f 'i.. y
Somo coor fellow, who had been lilted.
wo should judge, and brought to grief by
. . . '. . . " . . .
some fair one, thus revenged his wrongs :
"Jive did not know as munh a fcr daugh
ters of the present, day. Had they been
in her place,' instead of being deceived,
they would have deceived the devil." ,
A civil rights case 6oourred at Lexing
ton, Ky., the otlior day. - A negro man
went in one of the leading hotels, sal
down to the tablo, and ordered out' his
dinner: ' After having been Ordered out
several times, the proprietor forcibly eject
ed bini.;,.Bervd.bim rights .jUi
..t- ,1 1.1 i'L.i .m . !. tojlin,
The House Committee on Freedmen
has agreed to report a, resolution for k
jolrit committee" ttr travel - tbvottgli the
South and investigate, lb working of the
FwednwnYBureauvU's '-niiiUj hjiw4
T T .il". 'I' ')';'; ."TV,? vu:
.Tha Mexican. imMrialiata have lost
their obly point in the State of Tabasco,
If the'eiptureof the town of Jenutaby
Col. Mehdei on th 17th of April. ;. E.
lobedoii'iiuaenoried to Brenarina- toad-
. J vanfl nn rVfnnlAr ilK QOflA man. -
Ona squaravoMiwMJh, f) l,C(f
Eaoh subsequent lnaetHoi, leas tlaa -
threB,ontbrilrV U i;-. ,.10
alBleasora. . I,., :, 6.00
Igne,aquaro. sixjMnUskaigaabltwU. "
. pleasure, , . ,.,,,, IS.UB
Yearly Idrartfrementa three snnsres
xearly aaierlutneaU uro,aarts I-
LBfaesa pwdailaa, Ue . . .
- year, . . t,Z0
AdministrfcrEiutorS:ati4 tfiai .. ,
Probata Nolioaa,,-. i, ,! A
Al)Edito(alaa4 local Notleea, ea I .
'line," ' " 'l
. '.ly Aj&ertlaamewtBiXeaded, -r- taadrtf
under the head of SpMialNotiees,aad ponbl
parjeent. hi addition t the abot. - .i.ia
l'alr,aalaWBMBBlBW 1 1.'' -,X
NEWS ITEHB,';(-!4i V
Thd New brleaaa1 Rcavune las tii
informed that seven thousand alligator V
have been pnrcbasci near that., Bit fbt
shipnjsntto-lrtlaD-l. l,.uJ ;,.
John MiWBottssrlivrrmta'tUtsaS 1
with - thefodlSj: pirqBOMqciithfjAti
constitutional amendment "passed by t&a '
House as-worse than a failure."
r uTwo; 'thousafia meWehiplcyof ?a -
iuv ueaar -Aapiaa-noa' Alissourr Kiver
railroadf apd,; thaii-rjnxnhaivjsi oing ia.
On, the night of the Utb.ibebduwof
Lyman B urban k, with himself, and two)
young ladies, Were burned at Montpeliek ..
Vermoiit i i.,i "i-'ii ,ti.'vi.ca
' ' The Natibpal.tlnion ''(epuoliuiinyaV
cuses 'tho Radicals witb a determiDatfcn
to out do the Seaessioaistt la keeping tka
8outh out of the Union. . .uUyi lj -
When the Rebellion was at its height,
Coloh'el ' Fordey' spoke: Jbf Jff ' Davta
as , 'S elose 'Btudaht, a hivalriaJoppei
nent, steadfast friend; a gentkrmeo ia
,. The, National Union sayst "Thaw
being over,1- the President beReveS tha
tbdee Uhtf' 'take' the" oath' o'loLjalf
inuandiltB five tip-la it,' -aeai bk wjllia
to give them a trial. ThjUdiaahjtrfw
the other band, do all they oan to pre.
vent the South-from' beeoanffag kryaLaaa
being testoved to the UaioaJ . ta l.iw
, : Jdbn Qoincy Aiaiss has kea istsallsrg
Sj;ck.WJn :Califcroia,;,iW '',.ao6 .t,tdO
- About 8,000 Mormoto-W tipeeted
Over two million dollars will, be.Tfqjflr.
ed ' to cover the municipal expenditure
of Chicago the ensuing yea." i'1-
' " The Women''' Rlthig : women' irai
Congress to oonfor suffrtga ea thetKt i
In Boston, six -'year old1 Iwjj iiatoael
Martin Negler, ohoked tp : death, kj i
piece of meat lodging in bis throafc .
Li ."''" .I'.' . ', J-i. Ul,.. M,Vtl
The, wheat crop in Soioto soantyjUw
Porumbuth Times saysi will proxe aj si
moat entire, failure, j iuiu-.uoia jU.ii
- Hon. Isaab Newtoh-; 'AeBoston'f ini
mer asserts, woo presides over the Agrl.
cultuial Bureau, through fraud in his d
partment, puts money into his pocket
Ain't frauds becoming most too frequent
among Federal oflioialsr '1 1-
John DaViv. overaew. fii tt.'K.Lfj
Cotton Mills, t. Taunton,-MaaV; htef
whipped a female operative with a pieoa
of belting doubled, He injured one at
the girPsyes.' A fine of 110 was Inflict
d on .him. - Tha girl being white.' tha
eiroumstancer.oreated no aeuatioa, ni;,i j
: Dn Kcwland, of i Bedford, Indiana,
who some time ago killed a Baa aaetnv
drel by the name of Evans for the sedua
tion of his daughter, after a seven days
trial lot the murder ot Evans,-snteea
acquitted, , ;,
.;. The investigation into the baofcdifl
culties at Washington reveal aerya
pleasant stato' of affairs. The principle)
of every one feathering his own nest ap.
pears to have been xteasively pit fa
A rew city slaughter houae hu beef
opened . in Chicago,, and t tb opening
ceremonies several oattla wan kilfwi f
a prise of $25, the quickest time betweea.
u puuing me rope atOtttKl tbri
horns and the slaughtering and dressing
the oaroasa being ten minutes. . , -n
An organ is played by elecliieiiy al
Salon, a little town in Prevehoe ' Frahoi
' The Demooratio candidal 'farlfaTMP
of Valparaiso; Indiana, bUlMa'alseted
oy two hundred majority, whioh k a large
Demooratio sain. Mora
Radicals in Congress 1 ( , .- . .j
Jehu Uiair, of Jackson eosatv. wLmob.
sin, a participant of th Revolutionary
War'and in the late war with Orkai Brie.
in, wuioa .years old tha ' 16th olthtt
monm, iie enjoys cood health. nt
- - - .v.i, w
The most diffioult question ft a fail
ani unprcjadioedman to decide is wheth
er the negro oolongs to:th Re'poblieal
party, or whether tha' Republican part
belongs to the aegro-jWhwh h'ttlWi
A negro a few davi imk in Pitfa awmL
ty, Ga.; violated the person of a respecto
ble white woman, under the most reoU
ing ciroumstanecs. t )B was arrested by
the Sheriff, mm whose hands he wai
roiooed by a party of diaiintml.i m.w.
and summarily executed,. .; astl J
The only thing that aa foliation Of lla
currency does not make dear it huttsll -life.
That, Judging ly the murders all
over the country, m held very ohesk.1-
The famous trotting horse T)eLr W.i 1
old at auction on the Look Ldaadaatjiaa
recently for 114,000. -, ,
The Coshocton Agfi tafs thai w(tf.l.
two weeks; within rghf of thst town.CTsf
fbaf hundred head of fine VnoUd
hav bein killed by dogsj n?,!),iB "
1 It h stated that's valaatile vein hfntrS
whit marble has beaa dievrd ia lts
.ftwi opEomto Pprhimouthj(Ohlq. "w!J
A short me affo. t child wi tmftitn.'
fV"j.V JeBorson. Iowa,. by chewiri
pieces of h anlmolled paper collar.
" tn the nigH of the 8d inat-i, a granl
hall wa!s given in Memphis, to raise fur, J
toatsiatin jurehaaing Knibs foi limb:t.;
CnfidrttcfclajeXa.u,(Ojr ti CCU K-a
T1ci btlJ ail u - IH! llP.dltU441 b'uuW '