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n t- ?. 'V.v;;; AS1ITABULA, Independent in all ! things. OHIO SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1868, ' :,; in Advance. m - ' 1 WHOLE OTJIBER, 973. Tw Dwitan xx-u"wii aid lriotIi i adrance. : AOVERTISING KATES I trdhMjiW!'ateta'' Naan )aak a tarnare. rwtMuarefl1!ntoft."$ 5 00 One square 8 wltf . M One itqitarc 9 dkm.l 8 IK) . Two ftqoaran rooa, K UO Twoaqiurrcst year. li UO - Foaraqmre 1 year 15 00 Oae aqaare 6 hum. . ft St! S One q uare t rev, . 8 00 HmKeauima-i year,, -n iio nineHnl of not ororSve Niw-p"rjir(.-.. ; i$3 00 Vbitoarj Notice nles of j;wBra tiiteroafr-aairrutea. .. job pmxm f ever description attended to on call, ami done tn the . r: v i . - nutti ia.-u.eiiu manucc BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PHYSICIANS. M. 4, fhr4MlM and MVjna ftn a? w. Kite. Pliralclan and Borecon. office w lfa7kt Ktaz7 AuAJrei4MSt-1,c.,:r' v w mm w a w. Itr. D.. HomeaHipathic Phv.-clan and Sarireou. Office nearlv opposite the res JdcncaotlLTTa. Main strwt. . AMabula, Ohio. liCTidcnce nearlv opposite the M. E. Chnrch. Office ' llfirriM From 7 to 8 a. .. 1 to p. and evenine.OtO . . . . i .1 I r. . u. frinnrfd mnA th public general! that he may he fonnd af his place of MMaeaa, reaay to an-ena u, mi pniiraswuw ww- OBce hoars, front l to t r. . ' ATTORNEYS AND AGENTS. klit AWsl'' tfi t-n'n i V. of IiidlananolK Ind..' has opened" an office for the practice of law at Oeneva. 94 KOWARD II. FITCH, Attorney and Oonnscllor ttL, Notary Public, .siuaunia.,iuio.. apeciajn. tention eiren to theSttUaitaiKSf Ktatox,aiul to D voraacing and Collecting. Also to all matters inS nnder the Bankmpt Law. 918 Xrti.HK tc WaTK INS-Attorneys at Law. Jeffrr ran. Ohio. Office in the Court Hoae, tor the present. O. 8. Wans. 5 A. B. V atkins. HIUBT FASSKTT, Ajent nnrnn tesarwre Coia anr. of Sew York CpW 4.0JMIO(t. and of Charter -Oak" Life Insnrance Company, of Hartford, I t. Alsa. attends to writinir of Itecds, Wills. Ac v 8HR.'H4LL & SHKHJt AW, Attorneys and tnsellors at Law. Asntabnla. Ohio. 910 LaA!H,8HHR!. TBao- ilAtX, FA!K IT. Pbebmam. J.' R. COAK, Attorney and'Oonnsellor af Law and . Notary Public; ai Real Kstate Asent Main atreet. ,tt irrton ATicknor'ajstore, Asntabnla, O. CMfltLKS BOOTH, Attorney and Counsellor l . AkUhnla. Ohio. ' a nirrir It.!..' IHrW and' Marine Insurance, and W Estate AgeWv. Fl.k IHock. Ashtabula. O. IMP c. e CALKINS, Jlcal Estate Agent, and Couvr- aneer. keen a Rcalsfry of ' Pwsonal "Property, for snlq. and wanted, and makes sales by Auction. 945 ' HOTELS. riVREYDM HOCSK,-A. II. Stockwell. Pro prietor. OmnibnniB .reglarly from this house ta and from everr train, and a fine of sta-.-es leaves its door for Jefferson and other Interior pi.iius. B' TIKK HOrSE,-Ashtabula, 01rio,l-n. Flelif.-Propri. t.r Aa Omnibus rnnnin-; to and from every train o. ears. Also, a good, livep-stable kit in connection with this house, tacoui-cy passengers to any point. T H O W PSO N 'S HOTE L-tJ. Cv.Thopsos, PiJPri etor, JefliTson. Ohio. ' ' t " ' MERCHANTS. fiKORGR H ILL, Dealer In Piano-Forte. and Mc lodeons. Piano tools. Covers, Instruction Books etc. 1 epot Public Sqnare. Cleveland, Ohio. W j STHoWti a'I ANNINO, Dealers in Bitiimenons Anthracite and Blacksmith s Coals, by the ton or car load, at Ashttbula station, or delivered in the l llatre, .- iti fnvosiahle rates. .-. I ..! . TILER CARLISLE, Dealers In Fancy and Sla-.ile Dry Goods, Family Groceries. & Crockery, ju1"'fc Store. Clarendon BUiek, Ashtabal. OhHK 940 : g fllTH tc CrlLKEY, Dcnlcrsin Dry-Goods, Gro. ceries, Crockerr aud Glas-Vare, opposite Clarendon Wock. Malnstreit. Ashtahnht, Ohi. ) ; v tl"' W. It KBHK ID, Dealer in Flour. Pork, Hams, Lard. and all kinds of Fish. Also, all kinds of Family Gro- ATraitt and x-'onfcctloncry. Ale aud Domestic Wines. !H0 COLLINS 4c BROTHER, Dealers iu Dry-Goods. Jiotiuas. Groceries, h.als aud Shoes. Inm. Stone Chi na, -ic c Two doors north of Fis k House, Ashu- lYLUNS: -; 840 J. W. COLLINS.' j r. ROBERTSON, Iealer In every description of Boots. Shoe. Hats and Caps- A1". 011 hand a stoek of Choice Kamilr Groceripa. Main street, corner of Cen tre. AiHitahfila. O. " ' " wiM HOHTOW, FASSETT, Wholesale and Re tail Grocers, and tieneral Dealers in Produce, Pro vtsiaus, Flou-Corn. Fish. Salt, r., Main street, Ash tabula, ( Gomls delivered free of charge. . 800 HASKELL tc BRO., Corner Spring and Main srtwsi0A,h'',,l: U1'"' O"1 ta-tJp-tiuwl Gro P. W. HASKELL. 3 J. W.TIASKLL. WELLS tc BOOTH, Wholesale and Retail Dialers in Western Reserve Butter and Oneese. Dried-Frurt. -.ytourajid.Gmseriea.. Onlcrs resrsrtfarly solKUiL andlhl at the lowest fash cost:- Ashtabula, Ohio. S.x H. L. SIOBRISON, Dealers in Dry-oods. Gniccr- RiKiks. Paints. Oils, c., Asiitinnia, v. lr. Hoots, rvnoes. nais ,at s. nwu. NII0 n -WN tc ROYKS DealenHo Dtvkk!., Gniwrles, Hats. Cp ;lksU, P!K, Harlwsre.-Rtw-es and Tin ware Strict attention paid to all kinds of Tinner's Job Work. Corner of Center and Park streets, Ashta bula. Okioi rii ..: - - - -' 8181 MERCHANTS. DRUGGISTS. CHIRLES E. SWIFT Ashtabula, Ohio. Dealer iu Drus and Medicines. Groceries, Perrumcnr and Faacr Artielea. anprior:Taaa.- follea. Spices, hlavor lnir Kttrscts, Patent Medicines of every description. Paiuts. Dves, Varnishes, Brushes, Fancy Soaps, Hair Restoratives, Hair Oils. Jfcc. all ot wuwh wUl be sold at the lowest prices. Prescriptions prepared with suit able care. HRVDHV A: KINU, Main streets, . .i.i.. iwl in Urnfra. Medicines. Asht ihnla. Chemicals, Paiuts, Olla, Varaiihes. Brushes.Dye Stuffs, Ac, Clioice Family Groceries, ineludim: Teas, Coffees, Ac I atcnt Medicines. Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal pur-n-nes. Physician's prescriptions carefully and prompt- ly attended to. (iKOKUR WILL AUD, Dealer in Dry-Joods, Gro ceries, Hats. Oap.B-oMi Shoes. Crockery, Glass-W are. Also, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hardware, Sad dlery. Nails. Iron, SteeL Druss, Medicines, Paints, Oils, DyestniTs. Ac. Main streefcTAahtahula. HARNESS MAKER. W. H. WILLIAMSON, Saddlcrand Harness Ma ker, opposite Fisk Block. Main street, AshtabaAa. Ohio, has on hand, and makes to order, in the best manner, everything in his Hue . . . fl'-1 f. C. FORD, Manufacturer and Dealer in Saddles, , Harnesa, Bridles, Collars, Trunks, Whips, Ac., oppo- site Fisk House. Ashtabula, Ohio. 0 LUMBER-YARD. IRYXOliB Jc lilOBINGS, Manufacturers of D.MKS. Sash and Blinds. Bevel Siding, Flooriue, Fenc tn:. Mouldings, SosoUWnrk; TaraiUK. Ac. Also deal ers in RoU'h and Planed Lumber, Lath, Shingles, and Bulldinc Material generally. Call and see our varie ties of Fence at their Plaolag Mill corner Main Street and talon Alley, Ashtabula, Ohio. .,, WM. SEYMOUR. WH-tf A.'C. C.1DDINGS. MANUFACTURERS. A. D. STRONG. Manufactnrcrand Jobber InHermc-1 ticallr".let uoors, weny. nam, ana viuoi Ashtabula. Ohio. Nov. 10, lBStL fi. ZEILE tc BROJUfacturers aud Dealers In all kinds of Leather in geueral demand In this market. Highest cash price paid for Hides and Skins. - oTc, C C L LEY, Manufacturer of Lath. Siding. Mould ings. Cheese Boxes, Ac Planing. Matching, and Scmwl- Sawing, done on the shortest notice. Shop on Main street, opposite the Upper Park. Ashtabula. Ohio. 440 V. wTs.HTH, Mannfactnrar and Dealer in all the different kinds of Letbsr iardeaund in this market, and Shoemaker's Findings. He is also engaged in the manalaeture of Harnesses, of the light and tasteful, as well as tha more snbstajaM to; apposite ffcamix Foundry. Ashtabula. 810 T. S. L A Y, Manufactorcr and Dealer In Boots, Shotw, 1 . 9. a..T a, Kauuiovurer ids LTeaier iu i" Ae-, Fisk Brock. Main street. Ashtabula. O. BOOK-STORE. jKa C DICK, Dealer Stationery, Fancy Good Yankee Notions, Toys, Wall Paper, Window Shades Sheet Music and Music Books. Agent for the Mason A Hamlin (Cabinet Organs. 887 CLOTHIERS. IMKalCK At HALL, Dealers 1 ,4rtihing, Hals, Cp,. and Genta' Furnishing Goods, Ashtahnla.O. im BRVCE,A.mOM W AITIS, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Ready Made Clothing, Furnn-hing Gootls, Hats, Cans. Ac, Ashtabnla. BREWERS. B4DFORO Ac K AIW, Brewers. Offlcd and Rrcw . iB aid X. E. Church. Main street, Ashtabula, Ofcio. . 870 HARDWARE, &c c I r (;!: C. HI'BBARD, Scaler iu Hardware, CS,"i;; io "ai "tves.-,T.i4'lse.-"hsW- Iron, Cerand Zinc and Mamifac.fnrer of Ti.i, Sht Iron and Conner Ware, Fisk a Block As'.Uab ila, Ohio. ,4.0 CABINET WARE. Pl'tia tc KROTHUt, MaaukcturtTa or, and ! Dealers in Furniture of ibe best descriptions, and every railetv. AlsoCtaierainmlertakers.and Mannfactnreia of Coffins to onler. Main street, North of South Public rkuarc, Ashtabula. 41t tlMlTs-SAVAUn, Fnrniture Dealer and Manufac turer. Steam establishment. North Main atreet, near tl)e bfficecf ft. FarrlngKMU AhMbnla.-Oliio. 451 D. vm OARV & Co. Dealers in all descriptions of Furniture, of bolh Eastern and Western make and ' styles at moderate prices, Hulbert Block, Main street AshtabnlaOhio FOUNDRIES. ITTONTKil-K Ar HILL, Iron Founders aud. Man- nfnrtnrer and J)cal4ra in Stoves of various- kinds. Plows and Plow Castings, Mill Castings, and most des criptors of frundry work. Spring St.. , Ashtabula. JttO JEWELERS. GICO. K. TAILOR c CO., Mannfat:tnrers of Silver Ware, (iildersand Silver Platers. ISO Chnmplsin St.. between Seuccajmd putflrio, Cleveland. Ohio. fJ4 G. W. IUC'KIWSOW,- Jeweler. Repairing of all kinds of Watches. Clocks. and Jewelry. Suop.t'larrn- don Block. Ashtabula. Ohio. J. S. ABBOTT, Dealer in Clocks. Watches, Jewel ry, etc. Enjrrnvinj', Mending and Itepairimr done to Asder. Khnn on Main street. Conneant. Ohio. 11 DENTISTS. t. i. nnn'KI.LK. DENTIST. Jefferson, Ohio. Of fice in fheHeiittnel baiMin. Frtlin? and extractiiis: dune carefully. I'ppororlotter sets of teeth inserted fur from $10 to 20. all ohk w aummib. ij . P. E. HALL, Dentist, Ashtaunla. o. omre an the llulbect Lot, neany opposite inc nana, rsw NRI.KOK, Dentist, Ashtabula, Ohio. otnee in t ISH biuck. MISCELLANEOUS. PItOF. T. H. HOPKINS, Musk Teacher. Terms SO Lessons $10 Half in advauce. Those wishing to practice cau do so at his residence. AsatalmVn, Ohio: . " ? I. . . ' i,f t j8' lOTORV LUCIO, ProjiafSitor and Dealer in Grape Vines. Green-House Beddius and egataoie 1'iauis. Persons about to plant Vineyards, will find it to their advantare to consult me on the selection of sites for Vtaevarda. Boils. KUuU of (irnptt. best mode and time of Pl'autiui?. Examine saraplu of Growing Vines, and compare prices- - - Ashtobula. Ohio. PI UR BB ANDV niade from Grape Wins, Whilo I for aale on the North Ridge. JOHN PiJir.W . Ashtabula. Jan. lWd. LAKE SHORE RAIL-ROAD. -3 4 TOROPGH EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY. umU butiior N Jtice, Passenxar Truius run as follows t -t ud ana alter munmjj. nay jw, nnu Toledo Ex. US S3 " ASSESS. S' MailaAcc. Night Ex. St.Bt. Ex.",S c? 3 o 5: x' x t . Night Ex. ft.'3 n c,-r" Mail a Acc. Dav Ex.!?. 3 ... "7. -If. N. Y. S S 8 1 grains do not stop at stations where the time is omitted . in the above table. JSSccond Class Cars ran on all Through Trains.jtJ All through trains suing Westward, connect at Cleve land, with Trains for Toledo, Chicago, Columbus, Cincin nati. Indianapolis, Ac. Steamboat Express leaves Buffalo at 8.30 P. M. Fnn day Night iustead of Saturday Night, Trains arriving in Dunkirk at 5.30 P. M., ninkingdirect connection with Trains of Erie Railway. Trains between Toledo and Erie rnn hyColnmbns ilme : between Erie and Iliiffalo hv Bnffalo time, and do not Mm w here time iniiitud. Tlle-Saturday Night Express Train from Cleveland at 9.3n P. M. runs to Buffalo, and leaves Buffalo for the East m Snndny at S.Sfj P. M. EASTWARD X. Y. Kxpress, Eastern mail and Night Express rnns through to Buffalo without change. WESTWARD Night Express. Toledo Express ind Dsv Express run through to Toledo without than??., . N. Y. Express East, and Day Express West will rnn , n. NOTTINGHAM, Supt, . .Snpt'i Office. Cleveland Erie Railroad, 1 1 ' Cleveland. Q May It. 1SHS. I ERIE RAIL WAY. GREAT BROAD GAUGE, DOUBLETRACK- TO TO New York, Boston, and New England Cities. r TlHS Rail Wny Extends ; from . ... Dunkirk to New York, 4o miles; Buffalo to Kew York, 423 niik'S; Salamanca to Xew York, 4 15 miles and is from 29 ta 2T miles Hie siiortrst ronte. i All Trains run directly tiiroash to-New York, 400 miles, without change of Coaches. Fnom and after MAY- II, 1888, trains will leave in connection with all Western lines, as follows: From Dunkirk aud SalaiuaiM-a, by New York time, from I'nion Ih'pots: 7.30 A. BI. Exprem 11 all (Yum Diinkirk.'fRnn f days excepted) stop at Salamanca 10.00 a. M.and connects at Honielisville and Coming with the T.D0 a. a. Express Mail from Buffalo, and arrives in New Y'ork at 1.40 a. . S 95 P. If. Lightning Express-rrom .Sala manca iSuudays excepted) stops at Hoflrtdls- i irille,.l . . Supper intersecting with 'the . X.3S r. M. train from Buffalo, aud arrives ja New Y'ork at 7.40 A. M. - ' Jt.SO P. M. N. Yark Mskt Expreaa from Don . .. kirk (Suudny excepted) stops at Salamanca t.4S .: . r. M.i Oleaa S.Mr. . snipper Tamer's 10.13a. ... u. break fast and arrives tn X. York at lx.40 r. i! : a. connecting with Afternoon trains and steamers for Boston and New England eitie. 0.50 P. itl. 1'luciunatl Expreaa, from Dunkirk (Sundays excepted) - Stops at Salamanka H.AS r. h. and conntcts at Hornellsville with the H.tfO p. m. train from Buffalo, arriving in New York 8.5T. p. . ' 5 ' . rr' ." From BulTaliovi-hy New Tofh Time, from Depot cor. Exchange and Mic-higan streets : COO A. M. N. York Day Expreaa (Snnday's .... . - excepted) stops at HorncJl.vilfe 8.09 A. a. hkft.) .,, Susquvlianna 1.23 p. a. (dine) Turner's 7.0S P. a. """ (sup.)and arrives in New Y'ork 0,35 P. a. Con "' nccts at Great Bend with Delaware. Lackawanna .A Western Railroad, and at Jersey City with Mid night Express Train of New Jersey Railroad for Philadelphia. Baltimore and Washington. T.30 A. Jit. Expreaa Mall via' Avon Hornells ville (Sundays excepted.) Arrives in N.York at 7 40 a. a. . - S.8S P. 11 . Lightning; Expreaa (Sundays ex- cepted) stops at Horuellsville .W P. a. (supper) and arrives in Hew Y'ork 7.40 a. a. Connects at Elmira with Korthera Central Railway for Har- ": risburg." Philadelphia, and points soath. at '" 'I Jersey City with Morning Express Train of New Jersey Railroad for Baltimore and Washington, and at New Y'ork with Morning Express Train for Boston and New England Cities. 7.35 P. 91. New York Nltflit Expreaa (Sun days excepted.) Stops at Hornellsville 11.08 p. a. intersecting with the S'.SItr: a. train from Dun kirk, and arrives in New Y'ork at li.40 r. a. 11.20 P. HI. Cincinnati Expreaa (Sundays jx- eeptedl stops at Susqnelmnna 7.48 a. a. (nklt) : JTurner'a l.7 p. a. dine aud arrives in New Y'ork at 3.55 P. a. Connects at Elmira with Northern Central Railway Tor Harrisburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and points south: at Great Bend with Delaware, Lackawanna A West s' era Railroad for Scranton. Trenton and Philadel phia, and at New York with Afternoon trains and steamers for Boston and New England Cities. Only One Train East on Sunday, leaving Buffautat 1.35 p. a. ana rcacnini? ihcw jora M. I reaching wew i ora ai t. w a. . l and New England Passengers, with their Bag ! transferred frst nf riarfff in New York, asure travelers tha Hne of the Erie Railway per- Boston gage are sent many objects of Interest, passing through the h..ntlfnl vallers af the Ohemnng. Sneauehanna. Dela f HMlntkMitAortba KMC Railwav tlor. ware and Ramapo rtrer, an evMhanging panorama of natnrc s oeautns commanns aricnuon. r Ti hM MHlatd and aiast. hixarirmtteeping coach es in the wokld, accompany all night trains onr tliia railway, r .... -i- i r j ' Baggage Checked ThrongTi-knd Fare always as w as byany othsrronte. - : Ask for Tickets Vin Erie Railway. J To be obtained t all principal Ticket Offices tfi west or south-west. 9H1 n. RIDDLE. CV, spt. Wa. R. BARR. ffn. rat. Ant. SUPPORTERS TmA Trusses. H. A. O Hcdry. sole agent for Fitch's,. Chapin's and London Supporters Stnnldur rices. Sn spunsorv Bandages, Ac. SoldatwhoiucaloandScuilhv i. ' H. A. HENDRY, Druggist Ashtabula. Airg. 3. 1W7. 90 jSoWislho time to liny your Tin- waro. Great reduction in prices at A. B. BIXBY A CO S. SELECT POETRY. "The Copperheads.'' If JbhTf Iliplef dont know tlic Copperhead, rnsidenridont, "there; is no use living where Union soldkrrs ort fnrlongh were mufdurcd du ring the war.; ' And here is what John says, in the Bucyrus Journal, of June oth: : " ' Of all the factious men we've seen, ' ' ' : ' Existing now or long since dead,- : No one was ever known so menn As him we call a copperhead ; .... ., ... A draft evading copperhead ; . , A rebel aiding copperboad ; . . -A growling, slandering, Scowling, pandering, ;: Vicious, States' rights copperhead. From him the decencies of life " '.'r . ' ) And all its courteifs have fled ; . . f lie lives in fretful, factious strift; ; . .' ... t A testy, toncky, copperhead, t : X negro Raring copperhead, -' -'' A rebel cheering copperhead j An unlearned, uulickcd, . n : t -: Oft spurned, oft whiuDcd. Doughfaced, cringing copperhead. When " Save the Union" was the cry, And thousands of the Union bled, ' ' The Kation's right hovdid deny : . To save ilself litis copjx.-rl(-ad ; : . A Son of Liberty coppfrhead ; A Golden Circle cojiperhead ; , A .scheiuuijr. lyiny, , -:)T... Sfceanjtnif, flying, ... ' 1 : Mean Canadian Copperhead. rAVhen Soutliern niLscreants designed. Their helpless prisoners' blood to tUod, - And Libby prisMnirKltTtritiKti "--- Who then approved? The copperhead ; The soldier shooting copperhtad ; ' The patriot hooting copperhead , The war abusing, , Aid refusing, :-' . Crime excusing coiperhcad. ' ' Who scoffed at Pillow's bloody fray, . And Andersouville's murdered dead ? - Who victory's hour did long delay ? TU traitorous, treachorous copperhead; . The criuio or eating copperhead ; -. -i .-. - t Assassinating copperhead ; : . The strife exciting, , ,. , :' ... . .Wrath inviting,' . : Duath delighting copperhead. ; When widows mourned theirlonely lot, , And orphan children wept their ucad ; . ' Who said their just deserts they got ? ,, Tho Kortheni rebel copiierheail. ."The widow libeling coj)R-rheail ; The grief deriding copperhead; The false conspiring, Aity tiring, Ikjotl.- a.iniriiig copperhead. Nor woman's grief, nor orphan's tears, Nor even a nation's honored dead, , . Are sacred Iroin Uie jibes and sneers, Of every brutal copperhead ; Each church aspersing copperhead ; E.C p cache r cursing cojiperhe-.td; Each Linoii hating, War creating, . Uepudiating copperhead. .. . : Crawl to your dunghill, vip r, orawl ! For General Grant with conquering tread ' Marches to crush the thing men call, In politics a copperhead; A Democratic copperhead ; 1 A vile, frantic copperhead; . A murder jeering,. . Widow sneering, "' Asstissiu clieeriug copiierhead. From the Toledo Blade. NASBY. Meeting at the Corners—Elder Pennibacker goes back on the Nominations. POST OFFIS, CONFEDRIT X ROADS. (Wich is in the State uv Kentucky. July 27, 1868. Wc lied a nicetin at the Corners iiitc afore last for the purpose uv orgauiziu a Seymour and Dlare . Club. Ther wuz ruther a spectacle, snow uv cutboosiasni at tho bc"iiiniii. jeekon i'orram, who hcz an auibisliuii uv becoiuiu tho collect or nv this Deestrik, wnz recly .aft'ected ez be f poke uv the many rood - qualities uv our noble standard bearer, Seymour; ! and Kernel ilcl'elter, who liez his beeni- . in eye onto the Assessorsliip, wuz Kim-f larly bold and outspoken in his adniira-! shun uv thcr grate -tpjalitivs. The Ker- i liel wiiz cspeshly clokeiit, as he spoke hv the grateness uv Aiiinal f rank lilare, with he felt that he bed a rite to admire. Tlicr wuz suthiit about him so noble, so grand, so patriotic, and so troo, that he lelt he must weave 0110 little . yratoricle eh: plot fur his classiklc brow: Ez a sol- jer, he t-hood cbecfly support a oljer. L v eoorse 1 made the regler speech with Is atluz Yiecrid uv me. I slime olitely into the biography uv' bur cheet tiiiF, I. tribootcd meekly to ther good qualities uv head and hart, discussed the platform and commended it, aud wound up with a iinpresave ap'jieal "to1 tho Dc inocripy to raly to ther support without diviison or hesitency.. , ... ji ' I wnz about gettiu farely.Liuushed on to my perorasheii, wen Elder Penniback cr arose. He remarkt he bed a word wieh he must say. - - "Ccrtitily, .raider, setl I, "say yoor say. e want all the taitliiul to spee.K. Free yoor .mind.- Gush into us." - :- "I sliel," sea the H.lder, "trust me lor that. To begin will I prononee this en tire bizucss a most ouuiitigatcd swindle. I may possibley vote the Seymour tic ket but I doTv!ikejt.'- A ; niau w ho et crow wunst rcmaikt that whilst he copd at a crow, he eoodnt coushieusuusly say that lie haukeied al ter it., Even so with tlie nomiuashufi;" ! wuz and am a Pen- dletonian : I am a bleever in the doctrine rt pirub:c payment u tne ona. I liaiiit no bonds myself, but I hate the bloated bond holder. Ldon't pay no taxes myself, I, in common with the belt uv the . JDiniocricy, hate aud loathe the party wich is griudin us into duBt with taxasben for the payment uv the UDCOnhtooslmel debU' I wa6c,a Pendlo tonian, for it wnz tha first step toward repoodiasheu. and repoodiashen is a bairn for all Direrooratic wounds."' " "No w wat did the delgates wich assem bled at Nbo York meau "when, they.piit sich a manez Seymour1 on the" track? Wat did they meau .when, they throwd overboard the Young Eagle uv the West and put in' charge uv our banner the hook ed beaked vuleher, to pray onto our' vi tals ? I dont fancy ha. style uv Derrio- ency we are navm now-a-aays. uunn the war I opposed war yishusly. I wuz forenesnt bein dragged into tbo service ut the Gverijnrent' -wich I detested, Hud to fitin for. a cbz wich I bated. . I bed my rifle put into jorder, and I shot Federal pickets af liite reglerly toe- month, and jinea jotiu Morgan s . excut wuu iu Ohio. Our C-onvenshnn at Dnccag:o de clared the war afailoor and the'Demo cficy opposed to- it, "but wat fol!ered? Why they Bominated towunst a ' sbljer whose swora wuz a ctrippm in gorej aud who wuz ez fierce for continooiu the waf ez tiie old gonllia Linkin hisself. Is this Dimocricy ? I askt ineself. Ef so count me out. "Wat different is the sitooashen now ? We det-lared agin the non-pa ment ut the bonds in anything but greenbax, wich is equivalent to not payin nv them, at all, forthwith went to iVoo . Yorkj wer I, yoor speeker,. wuz eutised by a strane woman, aud lost my wateband a ,black satin vest, m y boots aud eighfr dollars and sixteen cents, all the money I bed, wich woe nave oiu tne samoheil it bin piore siinilirly, and put in nominasliun a man wich sleeps onto bonds aud spends the lie lit nv uis time euttin ov coupons. Brethren, if I hev to pay the debt, wat difference does it make to who levies the tax ? I ken stand it ez long under Grant; ez I kin nnder Seymour. ' It aint the person wich levies the tax wich I obiekt to so mucii ez it is tne levym uv the tax. It I hev to pay gold why not ez well uuder Grant ez Seymour," 1 "Likewise is my soul vexed at another thing, with leant or wont git over. On mv wnyto.xoo lork where I wnz so Yilely yooscd, I wuz compelled either to stand np or sit down in a seat with a dirty nigger, Joe Williams,i Delenotc to the Convensiun, w hose mother I wunst owued. ,lhat he is a mulatto diit help the jnatter. ' That delegates on the train fanced they saw iu liis face my feathers reflected, don't make it eny better,., lie is a nigger, and . my polilikle faith is ba sed, upon the eudooritt rock that a tiigger amt ti gooa ez- a wne man. ' That is n Diinocratic doctrine. I took it in w ith ny niotl o.'s milk, and 1 can't git rid uv it. And vit I wuz compelled to associate witb this nigger on terms nv ekalitv all lire way down to Xoo York, wher lost mr vest, et-settry, and his seet in the Conveushuu wuz next to mine. -. I stood this, but at our boindiu lioust, only two squares from were lost my boots, &c.t with the Anierikan flag floating over our heads, I wuz compelled iu eonsekence uv the house bein cronded, to sleep with him ! And the infamous stiukin nigger absolootelv bed the iiupoodence to ob ject to the arrangement becoz lie said Mijtel smelt:, lhen the iron entered my soul! Then I felt that Democrasy wuz trooly a sucked egg a shell without any meat in it . "When I saw that nigger in that con- vensim, I felt that the pillars uv thuKe-piiblk- wuz totteriu, that the chaos wuz cum :i ''in n. 1 tclt that Amcrkv bein no longer lor wite men wuz no place for me. 1 lelt that lteiiubheau instooshens wuz forever- distroyed and that hence forth and forever ther wuz no place for me in my native land." ... ... And the teers rolled down the Elder s nose the nearlv wite thereof fonnin nen- dnnts wich glittered like diamonds iu conl ast with the red nose at tho end uv wich they hung "Now wat is to be dono ? Am I to ac cept niggers ez my ekals? Aiii I .to A'ote beside the Joe U uliamses uv Kentucky ? Am I to riJo with em, and hev the stink- in Wretches object' to the odor nv ' my feet, and all this at the biddin uv Dimo crisy? Why this very thiug is wat Di uiocrasy hez all uz opposed. Opposishen to this is the corner stun uv the -party. lake out nigger hatiu and. repoodiasheu and wat is ther lift to die for ? With Seymour payin Fold, and Joe Williams sleepin with me, wjt compchsashun hev I for the loss uv my vest, boots, my eight dollais and my watch ? Wat better are we than the Abli'shnists They hev gained ther pint, for this is - wat they went into t lie bizuis for. ' 'When :I'git ready I'll jine em, I hev done !" ;"-' The Deekin, McIMter an Issaker Ga vitt w uz bilin over in a minit.: They de nounced the poor old man as a disorgan izer am! a bolter, and ez one who hednt tha. faith wich fchood animate all troo Dimoerats. 'Wat ef we 'coodent under stand it, w at then ? sed the ' Deekin. Km yoo understand the mysteries . uv nacher? Kin yory iniderstand why one tree bears sour apples ' and one' sweet? Dutyooeat the apples askin no questions for conscience sake.' Even so. What ever the convenshun sez is Dimoofasy-- takeit and thank the Lorvl. liascom stood lookiu on serenely.' ' He kuovs perfectly well that whatever any uv ws re ceive :lrom the government,, will even chooaly. find his .way into bis till, t You cant entlioose a , ruau who hez: a ided wood on a good thing uo matter bow. the cat jumps. ..j, u-ii . I riA and remarkt that I sbood not set the corners onto the Elder ; out uv ; re spect for bis gray. hairs, tho his infidelity aud contoouiacy richly deserved it..; He mistakes the nacher uv Dimocrasy. Its a accomiuodatiou. politix. Like a wire bridge, it swings to aud fro- witb every wiud, but the.two cuds ere seekoorly n kereiL Ono btitment is ..yotes, and lead, in from tint to the ; other is Fost -Oflis-f o make these pints, Yvat diftbrence . is it wich way the bridge bends aud sw ays? Just now it sweeps down the river,-. to nigger jekality,. that twists so, ez-.to ) close Sevmcur and his gold, but halleloo gy, at tlte other eud uv the devious path is Fori, Oflis. , "To cpntinyoo my. ii, Uiis offis,'. sed .1, ,"aint ; you", willii) tpleep with Joe William's or any" other nigger Jf Wood you hev Deekin -Fogram's, paper distributed by an Abhshriist ? ' w ooa you hev a nigger lover in this' place, ez a for a settlement ' uv ,; nigger lovers ? Weod yoo" ' " ' ' '?: 1 ; :' ' k " Joe Bigler rose aud remarkt that such a consummashen wnz most devoutly not to W. wished: ' He hatid 'ihe ': northern character,1 'and wantid no more uv it her. Ef the niggers must be inixed("with".the wite race be waiiiid em mixed "only with the prond shivelry 'uv the South, ez it alluz bed bin done.' : He '- ' ' ' Josef!" sed I in agony, "Please don't interrupt this discussion.'" 1 ''''.' "I- wont, sclhe,' ""I am only iakin part in it. I want; ef the nigger mnst lade out under missegenashen, that the white blood t,hat is in thero sbel.be ez it alluz hez bin, Southera ' wb'e . blood.-j Lovin Deekin Fogrem, reverencm the memory uv Squire Garitt and respectia Kernel McPelter don't .J" rejoice, to see about me on every side tber: faces repeat ed over and over again ? it don't matter to me that thev'r shaded. The sons n Fogram, Gavitt and 3IcFelter will take their places and cany forard the' good work. They wnz aputtin down nigger ekality by bleachin out the nigger,, aud ef this community kin be kept lrc from northern men who hev a prejoodise agin the' nigger in any shapeju four genera shens ther won't be a show nv black blood here to vex ns. i Ez to bonds nnd greenbax I quite agre with, tbei Elder. Xever bavin paid a cent uy taxes .in my life,wich results from my uever bavin any property to tax, I feel that I am bein pounded onto the dust by the bloated bondholder. To maintaiuathesei leeches in luxury Uasco'm hez to charge ten cents instsd of five for drinks, w ich hez doub led the mortgages on Elder Pehhih.iek- er's farm within tw o years. This is "what the Elder objecks to: at this rate bis farm will fail hini in his old age, and then what is he to do ? No nigger to work it constooshnelly opposed to workin his self, aud no likker Vxcejit for money wich he bezn't and can't git. Wat a dreery prospeck ! I weep, and that we mav have more time to weep, I adjourn this mectin. We'll orrranize this club at some f'uoher period ez I'm too much af fected to go on with biznis now." And we wuz compelled to adjouni.r Jut I will organize yet. ; ' PETROLELM V. NASBY, P. M. (Wich is Postmaster.) The Unkindest Cut of All. Of all the thrusts Chase receives wc imagine those from that race whose ne- culiar friend he Inw overclaimed to be must jrove the deepest. . Fred. Douglas reviews Air. Chase, and after pronoun cing the treachery ot that distinguished gcutlemau as the darkest on record he says:. .. ... . , :.tiji . ;i, I he fact is I have for manv years been troubled with doubts of this man's ait- '-.daverv tristworthiness. Before ilr. Chase lad betrayed tint heroic woman, Alargret Garner, into the hands of Ken tucky slave' hunters ; before he deserted Mr Lincoln, and sought to supplant him iu 1804; before he accepted the Chief Justiceship as the price of his support of the second election ot Jlr J.mio.n be fore he manifested his inordinate desire for the Fresidency by leaving the treas ury (where his servieis were im st needed - by his ' country) in order to put himself in training for the I ns. denlial nomination; bifo:e be fram ed excuses for his failure to try Jeff Da vis; before he brought the -whole influ ence ot his position and Icarninir to shield Andrew Johnson from deserved juioeachmeut,and before his present iden tification ot himself with all the vile abominations of the democratic platform I bad uncomfortable impressions of the man, of which I could not (ihouifh I often desired to) divest myself. ' A portrait ot Air Chasn, sriven me by the lion. Samuel Lewis, of Cincinnati. when that good and faithful Abolitionist was on his dying bed, has despite of all efforts to shake it oft' and forget it, fol lowed mo for a dozen years and more, and lias become more and more vivid as time and events have developed the trne status of the man. The judgment of Mr Lewis was that Mr. Chase was not to be trusted iu any emergency that he w as coldly Saltish aud intensely ambitious and. that in furtherance of bis ambition he w ould sacrifice the abolition cause or any other. 1 was shocked by this por trait ot 31r Chase, aud disputed its acu- racy at the time, but its ugly leatures have confronted me ever since. 'Hence gross and unexpected as was the defec- iletection of Jlr. Chase to many ot his friends, it was not wholly u'ulooked for by m. : Hereafter, let us bear no more of Mr. Chase as the negroes candidate or . the negroes'" friend. He is a deserter from our ranks, in the face of the enemy, and is simply not in the enemies ranks be cause they despised him. His degrada tion is complete, and he will have to live longer than Chief Justice laney, if lie outlives .the - memory of' this flagrant transgression. t In sorrow more than au ger we part, with him. His crime, though great bas met an equal punishment. Let us bope.it will prove salutary, if not to him, at least to others who .may be tempted iu like .manner, to betray their principles. ' ..-". How Mormonism Will Perish. Tn a connt.rv where women are not plentiful, poIyg"l'"y.V3n"01 lng c'dntimie.' The' doctrine of supply and demand ill rcgnlate that, the same as m all oth er human aflairs." Ihe -text tor the dealb of pologamy in Utah will be found iri the follow ing figures : ' The census rc tHrns of I860- statetl tho white popula tion ot Utah at that time to oe v,m, if whom 12.754. br a little less than one third-were of foreign ' birth. Of these foreign emigrants, 1,824 had come from Denmark, 7,084 from lMiglami, v. i irom Ireland, C47 from British America; 157 from .Xorwav, 1.128 fi'om Scotland. 196 from Sweden, and 045 from Wales. Of these 27,490 American Jiprmous, . io,voo are reported to Jiaye.beeu born in the Tcrritorics,'aud they were evidently near ly all children j for more thau half of . - . .. r nn- the population oj u iau couii.c . nors less thau twenty'years of age. It is i .t. o lo..., nn. half ot .tne idult jlormons pf 1860,werc ot foreign birtb, and that at preseni i ,.By proportion of Brigham Joung s s ubject s f er --. r.rin. Tiie division oftne are ui ioi ei): H u" . ; t' W! sexes;in 1S60 was !ls foHows: ; 5Iales,20,- 178; females, i ".""".'" proportion is maintained it will beMin possible to perpetnate polygamy by po ii,r. consent, tor' obvious reasons, es pecially if, as improbable, a large -male . - - - . . . - 1 , TT,.U k... a Ar poptiiauon is auracveu 10 iixn velopement of her mining intereste. '; . An imagination bighly cullivatad, and sensitive to outward, and .inward im pressions, is an estimable boon to man or mnmin Without thU transforming, .we may almost say, creative faculty, all our ideas stagnate, all our conceptions with er, and all our perceptions become blun ted and 6ensual. Strange Discovert ox 'the Con necticut. A valuable ' discovery was strangely made a short timo since on the banks of the Connecticut river, three miles from Middletown. . A gen tleman living in the neighborhood went out gunning on the Fourth, and in the course ot his perambulations reached the river bauk. All of a sudden it gave way beneath him, and he slid dowu the slope forty feet, feeling at the same time that he was sinking iu to the sand. .. He thought it a quicksand deposit, and gave himself up for lost; but he slid down safely with his gun, sinking iu bowever, above his knees. After, getting up and shaking off the fine soil, be next thought of cleaning out "his gun, for . in his fall it had become filled and covered, with sand. What was his surprise to find that in wiping off the barrel he had pol ished it np bright ! It immediately oc curred to him that it was emery, and thai somebody would make-a fortune. Off he starts post haste, to the owner of the land. "How much do you want for that bit of laud on the bank?" "Well, I paid 300 you can have it for $600, 1 iruess." "Done !" Sure cnounh. it was nrst-rate emery, of which there is only one other bank there, discovered by the same man. iunery is valuable, . au as most of it is imported, the 4th of July rambler has to thank dame Fortune fcr being very good to him. The deposit is quite large. - . . Strychnine. The tree from which strychnine comes is called the strychnos mix vomica. It grows in Ceylon and in several districts of' India, is of moderate size, with thick shining leaves, and a short crooked st'em. In the fruit season it is readily recognized by its rich orange colored berries, about as " large as gold en pippius the ' favorite food of many kinds of birds within which are the flat round seeds, not .an inch iu diameter, ash gray in color and covered with very minute silky hairs. The, Germans fancy they can discover a resemblance in them to crows eyes but the likeness is purely imaginary. The seed has the deadly poi son in it. : It was early used .as a medi cine by t'le Hindoos, aud its nature 'and j properties were understood by Oriental doctors long before it was known to for eign nations. ' "Dog -killer" and "lishsoale " are two ot its Arabio names. ' It is eta ted that at present the natives of Hindoo stan often take it for months, continu ously, in much the same way as the , opium-eater eats opium. They commence with taking the eighth part of a' nut a day, and gradually increase their allow-1 ance to an entire nut, which would be a bout twenty grains. If they eat . it . di rectly before or after food,'no unpleasant effects arc produced; but if they neglect these precautions, spasms result.: : Ac cording to popular rumor, "it -is chiefly used iu Christian lands by the mannfac-t turers of "pure imported liquors." Hunting for the Cows. Many of our farmers have wasted years of valuable time just because they did not teach their cows to come homo at night. Any one who has lived or traveled in the ' country will ' remem ber the very familiar Co-bos, Co-bos, of the farmer's son or hired man, as they endeavor to coax tho cows .from-the woods or the tali grass in tho great pas ture.' We have bad a little experience in these matters, and well remember how many times we have waded through the brush and bogs looking for tho cows and, boy like, we thought them, contra ry animals. But we have .lived long enough to learn better and now think that the biped was the more contrary animal of the two. Boys We will ' tell you a secret that will save you a great deal of trouble, and it is this: . . ; Just sow a few rows of corn in, drills, where it will be handy to the' milking plate, and every lime the cows are driv en up at night, or iu tho morning, : give each one a good armful of the fresh corn stalks, and our wcrd for it, the cows will always be on hand at milking time. . Be sides this, thev will cive more 'milk and fir-et to kick over the milk nail, even if you do whistle a little too loud. . Weekly Sun. Does it Pay to Smoke. Pecuniarily considered, of: course, it docs not pay to smoke.. It costs the world annually '.$500,000,000 for tobac- CO. And this connects me uso oi, n; weed1 in higher considerations, for this o . . . , i- 1 comes out of the . worlds surplus tuuu, out of which comes the means ot cx istin" civiliza ion. Iu the United States moreover, four hundred thousand acres of land are annually exhausted: by to bacco, wbkb should be devoted to gram for the thousands w ho have needed it tue past year. . , .. ". . ' ' J ' . ' i- nr T.. Uue strong point maue ju.. is that tobacco is the enemy of womar.. Not .only that its filthiness keeps men front the sex, and makes them seeit l ie company ot each otner w iimuigu wic habit, but because destroys manhood. The point is simpiy " xvunyw, j disturbing and impairing vitality, tenns to vitiate the relation between jne sexes, tends to .lessen luau's interest in w'oiuan and his enjoyment ot her society, . .it . -t .1 : l t. .. and enaoies nun. w culture :in tun- tented with" and finally prefer the com panionship of i ihen. '; Put that ' thought in your pipe and smoke it. v r . Among the great men ol our, country who did not smoke, were Washington, Frflnklin and Jefferson. " . Washinrtou ifving' was not a smoker, tbmigh nobody ever drew snch disgraceful pictnres oi lusty Yon TwiUersjenveloped in clouds of tobacco smoke, tiqethe never (7iuua iior could be have' smoked and remained Goethe. The man so pefect in body, so lofty and splendid in intellect, ami so grand in character coidd not-have been a smoker. . , . -- - h To-morrow mav never come to ns.' We .t t li vb in to-niorrow.. We cannot find it in our title deeds. The man who owns whole blocks of real estate, and great ships on the sea, does not own one min ute ol to-morrow. Tb-mprrow ! '.It is a mysterious possibility not yet born. jit lies under the seat of midnight behind the veil of glistening constellations. Does it Pay to Smoke. After All. In the sleep that comes to all Does it matter what befall ' ! When we are beyond recall. Sleeping soundly and profoundly! " AH the woful -weight of eartr That our human spirits bear In a great or lesser share, : ' After all.after alll ' , , , , . , After all I i . -., : All the glory, all the gain, . So much chaff, so little grain. All Life's pleasure, all its pain Matching sweetness by its fleetness: Only on the shining slope -. Of Gods upland, blooms the hope '" ' JThat weerishasjre gJPev .J3iTiif2.:AIn!!3J!A W '. There'll be pebbles on the shore Tlierell be sunshine on the floor, ' ' There'll be footsteps st the door 1 When our sadness and our gladness r Are as were the babies twain . 'Covered by the birds In vain - - - Where the leaves would not remain After all, after all I - Phenomena ox Lake Ontario. One of the strangest phenomena ever wit nessed bas recently occurred along the shores of Lake Ontario, in the towns of Sodus and Williamson. . For three weeks previous to last Friday, August 7th, the w ater of the Lake has been un usually warm so warm, indeed, that very many persons resorted thither for the purpose of bathing, remaining in the water an hour or more at a time without experiencing sensations of dullness. . On Friday bowever, a sudden change occur red, the temperature of the water falling nearly 20 o within three hours. 'And now' comes the strangest part of the story. The fish, great and small, . aa the cold increased, seemed possessed with a desire to get ashore, and came leaping and tumbling against the banks in hun dreds and thousands. "Large quantities were taken with spears and nets, and the shores of the lake - were lined with dead fish. Whether, the fisb w.ere be numbed by the increasing coldness, and instinctively sought the shore, where the water was of less depth, let the natural ist say : we will not pretend-to explain The water of Lake Ontario is now cold er by several degrees than it has been tor several years, at this season, and nat urally attracts considerable comment aud discussion.. ' - . :- .- r- - j Lyons (N. Y.) Republican. . PitoFANE Sweakino. No man who habitually .uses the gift of speech to dis- - honor tho name of him who bestowed it, cau rightfully claim from society the respect and consideration due to a Chris tum gentleman, ihe vice ot swearing is, however, . so common that were all meu who indulged in it shunned and de-. nounced by all who abstain from it, there would unquestionably be a. very large, majority ot the prescribed black .eheepv over the seceding white ones." The voice of the people is not in all cases the voice of God, aud this is one of the exception.. The best thing the moral minority can do under the circumstances is, not to proscribe their offending brethren, but to reform them. Few who are guilty of blasphemy are hardy enough to de defend it. The eviUot the habit is con fessed by thousand who are addict ed to it, and they endeavor to excuse . practice which they do not attempt to justify by saying that b b involuntary that they would be glad to abando .. it, but cannot. This b a mistake. Any . b:ul habit may be overcome by prwusfc eut watchfulness aud a resolute wilL .The Sea. I suppose there b nothing 1 more humbling than a voyage at sea, l6u b a marvelous, mortifier of pride, -The -most pompous Don Sancbo b not likely to stand upon his dignity when he can . hardly stand upon hb feet. -1 believe - Lthere are those who are so . abnormally constituted as to feel a defiant pleasure in , the way ward element, but I do not aspire v to such lofty philosophy. ' I am content . as a rule, to admire the grandeur of the . waves from the shore, and am not insen- . sible to the force of that particular part a of the "rest which remainetD,"whica b 4 assured by the promise that "there shall . be no more sea. Still there b something. rrand even to awfulness, in the ' thought-, of utter helplessness which yon feel at sea, .. Sky and water,' with no living thing' vi-. iblc over the vast expanse; for dayi to?.,. gcther, just your own vessel with its iq- , man freight and God! To a thonghtfnl,; mind there is no surer teaching 1 bothof humility and of trust. Dr. Punshon " ' Eternity." Eternity has no gray., hairs !" The flowers fade, the heart with- t ers, man grows old and dies; the worlds lies down in the sepulchre of ageSj liut time writes no-wriukes on the brow .of- eternitv. Eternity f Stupendous thoufrhtl. The ever present, unborn,1 decaying, . and undying the endless chain, come., passing the life of God-i-the ' golden.,, thread, entwining the destinies ; of tha -, universe. Earth bas its beauties, bat . time shrouds them for the grave pita . honors, they are but as the gilded sepul-., chers; its possessions, they are but toy a of changing fortune ; us pleasures; ny.. are but bursting babbles ; not so in the,. .mtrioH Vianm. In thedwc-llins ot tne. Almighty, can oome up footsteps of de-. cay, Its day will know no darkening; eternal splendors forbid the approach of . . i :ti fm 1 1 night. Its lounaauoua win un ".. they are fresh from the eternal throne-. Ita glory will never wane, for tbere is the ever present God. Its harmonies wjlf uever cease;' exhaustless love suppaea the song. . , : : .u. - The Chicago Journal says ; -....'.-,'.;, ' connection "One significant fact in. witn tne- recent ivemocraiio jiinyww. Convention bas not yet been mentioned . - i i - i rfl. .Iiwrila in puoiic, uamciy, . iui. cm j in that Convention from' tbe Southern, - States was a Secessionist. Not one , the entire number had been a toyai Union man during the war. We pw- same it b also true that there Is not A man in the South,: white or . btocVwjwj was loyal to the Union during the war who will support Seymour and Blair, At all. events, there, is net a solitary Southern rebel, or Northern' sympathizer with the " rebels," who' b njjt' for thU ticket;" ' ' '" ' .' '.'..'