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THE ASHLAND UNION, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMREB 27.
. fifty bents per pound would produce In
oorooa, Bubjent to taxation', of Five Hun.
. drcd Million Dollar, tnd to that extent
wiser the people of tha West and
Asido from prtriotism then, it is our
' interest ti restore the Southern htatc to
' tlio Union at proposed by President
..' Johnson, whose polioy will bo opposed
by 'he leading .Republicans in Congress
7 7 Till NEGRO DSPSNDMiOr. " 1
Torectful of th niammouth debt of
i'OUa THOUSAND MILLION DOLLARS
y which rests with crushing weight upon
the industry of tha people, General Cox
proposes tb tusks a present to the negroes
of territory embracing about thirty mil
ion aorcs of land, which would oost six
hundred million dollars to purchase. To
do this would require a lax of about one
..... hundred snd filly dollars to be levied on
very tote in the United Stales, North
tnd South'' .. i ' '
'. Before the tenth of Ootober, it will be
well for the tax-payers to reflect upon
ton proposition. ;;; ' ."; ' ' '
1 i 7. TUB MIMTIA TAX. ' '.
1 Why should Ohio keep np standing
, army at least wby should U be dona in
time of peace ? Are the burthens of
' 1 the people so light that a tax of four dol
Isra a bead can be imposed upon every
citizen between the ages of eighteen and
... , forty five years, witbout the people feel
.' .V log it r Let tax-payers reply.
-. fii If tb Detnooraoy are restored to pow-
' on this odious law will bo repealed, and
tha people be thus relieved to tha extent
et on and nan minion dollars in (axa
.'"'lion. r-..' -'"'.
V. J' The entire law is wrong, and should
: . M repealed. .. It has cauaed the people
- to be uselessly tsxed; it has caused our
' roads to be neglected, and the publio
' arms to be anfit for use from negligence
. nd wasit ol ekiU
'.C 'The arms should be deposited in the
public assenal at Coiumbus, where they
may be kept in good repsir and ready
I jr service, and shoald war come we have
th boys in blue to depend upon ev
"' eryoneof whom is worth half dosed
; holiday soldiers
, -;i ( . ; m INCOMJ TAX.
: i t - -
' The mere collection of the Interna'
'Revenue, in Ohio, must cost about Six
Hundred Thousand Dollars yearly. We
are m favor ef having this tax collected
by the State authorities, and thui d
wav with an armv of office holders. Snd
, Kduo the taxes by that means alone at
.Mast ball a millidh dollars. And the
-'- -. two reforms last proposed, would lighten
' ttb amount of taxes collected in Ohio,
' .about Two Million Dollars yearly..;
' ii-i f P THI WAR II OVIB. .
;l J Thd wsr is over, and new issues are
. -upos us We must let the past take care
'; of the past, and 'Met the dead bury the
. .. dead," while we look to the present and
.- the future. We propose a reduction of
. ' expenditures, reduction of taxes, equal-
Hy in taxation, and good faith oa the
partof the Government, and among the
people And we propose to restore the
; States of the South to the Union, so that
- law ana order nay once more be estab
: ' lishrd throughout the land.
V. ; v ,. "."AHOEBSONVILLI " 1 '
Thore is a name which fills ovcry hesrt
with sadness "Andcrsonville.". It wis
once the prison and the tomb of thou
sands of our ohildren, our brothers and
ur friends. The treatment tbey received
at the bands of the enemy is represented
as barbarous and ci uel. But time aod
, tine again did the insurgents offer to
exchange the Andersonvil'e prisoners
for those held by us, and as often did
Beeretary Stanton refuse to make the ex
- bang. And acoording to the corres-
- ' pendent ot the New York Tribune, who
, '.was a prisoner himself, Mr. Stanton is
- responsible for the many thousands of
Union graves which lurrjund the Soath
.' ern prisons; and 8tanton has acknowl-
edgod that the pretended difficulty as to
. - t1he exchange of blacks, was only a pre
. ' text to prevent an exchange of our own
';' krsrve nten who were dying in loathsome
prison. Stanton made the exonse that
le would1 not exohange sound men for
v ' "living skeletons 1" And by our own
Secretary of War, were our own brave
- men doomed to starvation and death.
' While, had' they been exchanged, two
months time would have seen the msjor
l . riy of thenr once more in the field. But
they are dead, and each soldier's grave
- - - in a siieat but terrible reproach sgaimt
Edwin M. Stwloo, the leader in chief
f the Republican party.
'V'' IBB 80UIEB8 IS 1INC. .
1 . When-the alarm ef wir first sounded,
, . ffie young men of America sprang to
mum to dofend . oar and now that 1
peace is restored they are equally prompt
lit proUetiae- their rights as white men,,
and in resisting every attempt to reduce
: our country to the condition of Mexico.
'. - la Pennsylvania and Iowa as in Ob to,
i. the Republican leader have declared in
favoi of negrd (quality, and tho Demo-
, erats and Sol 'loirs have united on a Sol-
- sUsta' Tickt t in both of those Sutcs,
. and in loth it will be elected.
i. "Theboyv" who went to war proved
, themeelre to be good soldier on mat y
field, and they will now prove that the
good soldier make the good citisen. -'
' Till DIBBOLOriOlf Of THI REPUBLICAN
; ' " "1 ; ;' party. . '
Discerfiing a on of all (artie under-
' aiaAd that the hour of death for tb Re
publican partv is at hand. Republicans
. of ability and patriotism are heard to say
Hi work of the Rspublican partv is
done j th war is over; serious abuses
nave sprung np Wbiob can only be cor-
reotod by a- ehange of the Government.
-1 and it is- for tb ioterejt of all that the
chanrs should lak place.
In every town and oily, in every town
. ship and esunty are to be seen th seeds
of the speedy dissolution of tho Itepub
L . lioA party, No one believes that it will
si oorvive th coming Congress, aod lik
failing patient it s- only kept aliv by
Would it sot be wise, (hen. for patrf.
otie Republicans to lake their stand nt
onoe, and not wait till they beeom in-
volvad in a general wreck. - Vot if bi
tLair vote they should elect General- CoJ
tbtj will do so with th certainty of op
posing him after the election. Whv then,
vote against your own sentiments f Why
cling to the body of a party the extrem
ities of which are already palsied by
death. . .
Thousands of Republicans will stay
from the polls to avoid the responsibility
of voting for General Cox, but in doing
so they will evade but not discharge their
duty. If negro suffrage is right; if the four
dollars Militia tax is just and wise ; if it
be gcod eoonomy to expend in Ohio six
hundred (hourand dollars in collecting
the Internal Revenue, whsn it can be
done for one-sixth that arrouut ; if you
desire to pay a Isx of one hundred and
fifty dollars to buy the "negro dependent
ey" proposed by General Cox ; if une
qual taxation is equitable, and if high
taxes are preferable to low taxes Ibea
you ought to vote for General Cox. But
if these measures are wrong, sb in your
heart you know they aro wrong, then it
is your duty to yourself, to your ohildren
and to your country, to vote against him.
. " OUBCOUNTBt.
We are all Americans, all Ohioans,
and we should never forget that ' our
country is the common heritage of the
peoplo. In all tree nations, tbere will
and ought to be opposing parties, for
they act as checks and guards upon each
Other and without opposition there would
be danger of the party in powor becom
ing despotic. But, while this is true,
party spirit should always be chastened
by patriotism, and every citizen should
prefer the country's good to a party tri
umph. ... .
An unfair attempt has been made by
a portion of the Republican press to
prejudioo the action of the people by at
tacks upon gentlemen who are nut candi
dates. They are abundantly able to take
care of themselves ; they stand upon
their own sets and opinions, as I stand
by mine; tbey are not responsible for my
act or views, nor am I responsible for
I fully endorse the resolutions of the
Convention, which put me iu nomination
and upon those resolutions and my own
acts I go before the people.
. Fatties are but associations of men, and
as men are Juble to err when acting sin
gly, so they are liable to be mistaken
when acting in combination. The only
true rule is to look to the country, and
act with reference to th e publio weal.
Let us all remember that we are pas
sengers on the same great ship of State,
and if she strands upon the rocks, we will
all be wrecked together . But if a pru
dent pilot be at the helm, who will avoid
all rocks and shoals, and keep the sails
fuirly set W the friendly brecio, a favor
able voyage may be expected.
To you, then, fellow chitons, I com
mit, not my cause, but your-own, and it
is my fervent hope that yon may so dis
charge your duty on the tenth day of
Ootober, as never to have cause of regret
tor wbat you nave done.
TO THE DEHOt'RACT OF
The Central Committoe, having deter.
mined to make the balance of the cam
paign active and useful, make the follow
ing appointments, hoping that the friends
will appreciate onr causo and give our
meetings the attcntiou they deserve, and
must hsve to make them effectual, and
in turn we say you shall have suitable
speakers to address you.
1 SIGLER'S SCHOOL HOUSE,
Tnesday evening, Oct. Sd. Speakers,
Win. B. MeCsrty, J. D. Jones, r
2. TROY Tuesday Evening, Oct.
3d. ' Speakers, T. J. Kenny and J. Dev
or. 3. CENTER SCHOOL HOUSE,
Wednesday Evening, Oct. 4th. Speak
ers, i. J. Kenny and W. A U. Kmeraon.
4. SAVANNAn Thursday Eve
ning, Oct. 5th. 8penknrs, T. J. Kenny
Wm. B. MoCsrtv.
5. HAYESVILLETbursday Eve-
ning, Oct. 5th Speakers, J. 1. Devor
and R. M. Campbell. .
6. MIFFLIN Friday Evening, Oct.
Oth. Speakers, J D.Jones and R. M.
7. RL'OGLES Friday Eve., Oct.
Oth. Speakers, W. A. G. Emerson and
J. J. Jacobs.
8. SULLIVAN Saturday Evening,
Oct. 7th. SpeakcrvWjBJlcCariyand
J. J. Jacobs.
' No appointmonU have been made for
Hanover, Green and Lake Townships,
frr the reason thst there will be a Mass
Meeting in Loudonvillo for the accom
modation of those township.
J.P. COWAN, CV. ,.
Democratic Ventral Cum.
WHITE MEN MUST RULE!
ONE MORE CRARQE ALONG
Til E LINES
All friends of Free Government, Im
mediate Union, Equal Taxation, and
White Men's Rights, are requested to as
semble at the -' '' .
COURT 00U8E, ASHLAND,
ON SA TURDA I EVE., Zm INST.
Whon ihey will be addressed by the ".
HOfJ. T. J. KEr.FJY,
;7....'-,:v' 7 1 AND v , .
VVAI . B M'C A RT Y, EjSQ
'. WblU msr turn' out, and Wing (bo
ladies, and show by your presence that
you are determined that WHITE MEN
(hall role America,
j. M LAXDI8. t. B. tANDIS.
t. M. LANDIS A BRO., Editor.
. -. UOTSBXOa, v -;
- GENERAL GEORGE W. MORGAN, '
,?0a LIICTIHAXT 00VIBX0B.
i scrama jhdos (idu'tskh), "'
' PHILAUELPH VAN TRUMP, : .. ,
'- scrasxa judos (vaoasov), , ' ;
THOMAS M- KEY,
' ,'taiisuaaa or sVits,
GEORGE 8PENCB, :, i
ATTOKXHT OIKSail, ." '
: d. m. wilson,
; H. H. BARNEY,
bod or rcBuo woaas,
CHARLES E. BOESEL, ' 1
Clark of th Buprsir s Court,
7 " DANIEL B. Jk9A, "-
Ashland County Democratic Ticket,
MANUEL MAY. . ' ; '
Trcaiurer, ' ' '
WILLIAM 0. HELTMAN,
WILLIAM CO WEN,
We attended the Abolition meeting at
the Town Hall on last Saturday evening,
and heard the speech of a very windy
fellow, whose name we have forgotten,
and must say that we nevor before saw
such an exhibition of a total want of' po
litical knowledge, and a wanton desire to
misrepresent the motives of others.
W e have neither tho time nor space, if
we had the inclination, to notice' his
speech at length, but will only briefly re
fer to one or two points.
On the question of allowing th negro
to vote, he said :
"I would rather meet the untutored
Negro at tho ballot box, than those who
have been in rebellion, or their sympa
thizers the Democrats. -
This sentiment was applauded to the
echo by all present, save a few office seek
ers, who, although they heartily endorsed
it did not deem it ''polioy" to proclaim
it. We really pitied Sterling Brjsn
nell, tho abolition candidate for Treas
urer. : He looked disconsolate and for
lorn as if the last hope had passed be
yond Lis rescb. He had been laboring
jealously to convince the honest Repub
licans that their party was not in favor of
negro suffrage, and after his efforts, that
one of their speakers, in a publio
meeting, should declare in favor of Black
Suffrage, was unpardonable, not that he
opposed it himself, but, by evading the
issue for the present, be expected to so-
cure the soldior vole, which he know he
would not rccoive if it were known that
he wss in favor of universal suffrage.
Poor Stkrlino. He sat there with his
head down, like a bulrush, wishing in
his very heart that be was out of the
scrape. We sat near him and heard him
"I thought Smith had told that fol
low not to say anything about Negro
Eqnality. He might bave known that
our conservative Republicans and the sol
diers are opposed to it, and won't vote
our ticket if we declare that to be the
principal aim of our party. How can j
go among the people and say we are op
posed to that doctrino, when our public
speakers sssert that negro suffrage is the
main issue to be dceided at the coming
election. Well, if I am defeated again,
by the time there is to be another Treas
urer elected, I hope that the Negroes will
be enfranchised, and then wo will import
a sufficient number into this county to
secure the election of our ticket.- If Ne
gro Equality is the issue, I will 'fight it
out on that line.'".
At this moment, the speaker said some
thing about "copperheads" snd ""traitors,'
which aroused Eterlimo's drooping
The speaker wss greatly exercised
about the Democratic Platform, especially
the fourth Resolution, wbiob he said,
maintained the right of accession and.
nullification. To rofnte this foul charge,
wo subjoin the resolution referred to
4. Rttolved, That th Democracy of
Ohio will maintain snd defend, as they
hsve always heretofore done, a essential
to the existence of our Federal system of
government, toe trae doctrine of State
Kighnnot nuiuuoatioi,not secession
but the theory of that system as laid
down in the Virginia and Kentucky res
olutions of 1798, as interpreted by their
authors ; th one by Madison in his
Report in 1709. aad th other by Jef
ferson, in hi solemn, official Inaugural
of 1801. . ' i'-. ..'..'. .
. To lot the gentleman know th position
ha and hi party oocupicd uporJ the ques
tion of 8ut Right, a fow year ago, w
give Resolution of hi party, taken
from the Chicago Platform, upon which
Mr. Lincoli was elected in 1860 '.'
Rttolved, Thst the maintenance invio
late of the right of the States, and es
pecially of tb right of each Slat to or
der and control il own domestic institu
tions cnnrrfitifr in it nwn tndtrmnnl ex-
. , n n
olusively,'i smenlial to that balance of
power on winch the perfection and en-
nnrnnftA of aiii winlilinaf fnhrin dcYinndfl!
and we denouno the lawless invasion, by
armeu lorce; pi. me sou oi any Dime or
territory, no matter undei what pretext.
- The eentleman should not forget the
record of his own party, upon tho doo-
trine which he now claims to be such a
vile herefy Kl . - : ; .
He asserted that the Pomoorstio party
was not united that "a house divided
against itself could not stand." Visions of
the wide spread disaffection that exist
in the rank of the Republican party,
must have haunted his distempered brain
when he made that wild asBortion. ) Th
Democracy were never more united, and
determlnd to '. drive back the moogrel
horde of Negroes and Abolitionists, that
threat on to make our fair land one vast
Sodom, than now,t On ths other hand,
the Republicans are divided on the issue
of Negro Suffrage th Taxation of
BondB, and when' the sun of the lUtn
day of Ootober seta,'we can send through
out the Union, the glorious news, that
tho "house" ho fallen, and the abolition
thieves and deepoilers have been scatter
ed to the four winds of neaven.
He endeavored to oonvince his audi
ence that Government Bonds should not
be taxed, Ho claimed that because the
stay at home shoddyites had loaned tho
Government their ill-gotten thousands,
when it was in need, that they should
be exempt from taxation. Very well.
How is it with tho brave soldier who of
fered hisAs in defense of the Govern
ment? , Is he exempt from taxation f No.
If bis littlo homestead is not worth three
hundred dollars, ho is required to pay an
oppressive tax upon It. " Even the poor
widow, whose husband bones now He
bleaching on Southern soil who, by un
ceasing toil, is enabled to prevent herself
and her little ones from starvation, is
taxed on every, dollar's worth of property
she possesses even tho cow that gives
her milk whilo the wealthy aristocrat,
who rolls in case and luxury,-draws a
larce ccr cent, interest on the thousands
ho has invested iu Bonds, and is exempt
from taxation. This is abolitionism.
This is Republican love lor the soldier,
the widow and the orphan 1 " .
In our opinion., it will be a herculean
task to oonvince ho soldier that such a
system of taxation is just, "and that the
party which advocate it, is his true
That IIbnry C Heikjk, Abolition can
didate for Senator in this District, made
use of the following language, in a recent
speech : ' .
"I don't care what you say, a niggor
is as good as an Irishman, any time.'1
"A Nearo is as good as an Irishman I
The noble sons of the Emerald Isle will
not consider that much of a compliment,
but it is the sentiment of the Abolition
party. Our Irish-fellow citisons will re
Abolition stumpers are continually
howling about th Demooratio Platform,
claiming that it deolares in favor of seces
sion and nulliuoation. xuo cnargo is
false. But why don't tho Timet publish
the platform so that its readers, especially
the soldiers if any of them read that
NcgrO Equality sheet can see for them
selves and judge of its merits compared
with the Abolition platform. Will the
Tina publish the Demooratio platform
adopted at Columbus on tho 24th ult f
That the abolition party enacted the law
tjiat requires each able-bodied man be.
tween certain ages to pay a commutation
tax of four dollara .
That in th event of the success of
the Abolition party that law will remain
upon the statute books and n
That the only hop for its repeal is in
th success of th Demooratio party at
the next election.' . -
&,Every votor who is opposed to ne
gro suffrage, should bear in mind that
Gen. Morgan is plain and out-spoken on
that question. . He doe not seek to
"dodgo th issue," like Gen. Cox, his op
ponent, who goes stoutly for that measuro
oa the Reserve,, but tries to evade the
question in the mere south ern counties.
.A dirty littl blackguard, named
Guoer, addressed an abolition mooting io
this plaoe last night. For low-flung insin
uations, vulgarity, and unmitigated lying,
it eclipsed anything we ever heard. - All
tho dectnl Republicans were disgusted
with his pot-house slang. A few more
such speeches snd Ashland county will
givo the Whit Man's Ticket .800 m.
oritjr.:7 " ,77 -
AS1E BOYD'S ISTATE. '
VfOTICE Is brash; aivsa that the subiorlb-
Jw, r kM ba appointed ana quailttea as
Admlnirlratcr of lit estate of Anns llojd,
lata of Aliland Coimty, deoeased. Dated at
Ashland ihisZlst day or epimtrr iboo.
BfpUmWr 30, ISCo solft.
Receipts and Fxpenditures
AshJUnd County, Ohio,
Fori year, Ending Sfyiemlcr H, 1865.
' ;-: STATE FUND. ''7-
hand at last settlement, .. 153,20 4
To total amount collected on f . - T
duplicate of 1804.--...' 47,797,27,6
To total amount ol Show .--'
Lioense. -. . ...... -, 80,00,0
To amount of delinquents !
Of 1863, collected,.... -. 14S,37,B
';', ; - 48,078,85,6
By amount of . Treasurer ,.,,.-.':
, fees allowed on settlement. ; ;
sheets......;.....;... : . 292,13,4
By am't of Treasurers .per. ,'
' cent, on show license. -a, - o,0U,U
By am't of Treasurers mile- 7
' sge to Columbus two : '.. '
trips... . ....... . .... . 27,62,0
By am't of Tax rol'unded. . 520,24,6
" " Printers foes for
Advertising Delinquent ' .
List........ .......... ' .'. 19,01,8
By am't paid into the State -
By balance due the State.. . 659,78,1
COUNT! FUND. '
To am't of old funds on .
hand at last settlement. . , 8,280,20,5
To am't collected on dupli-'
sate of 1884.. ltf,H0,0l,0
To am't paid in by Justices
of tb resoe v,vv.vv
To am't paid in by G. W.
Ulll, JProsecuting Atfy. 85U.UU,U
To am't paid in by J. G.
Jirown, blicnU, as Jury
fees I......... 18.00,0
To an't paid in by Jos Mo- '
Cool, ex Sneritf. 30,00
To am't paid in by the Clerk
of the Court as cobis in . ,
the esse of State of Ohio 7 "
vs. E. Riblet . 28,65,0
To am't paid in by Judge ,., ,
Ingmand, error in order . . , .
issued to H, II. Pease & , '.
Co i . 30,16,0
To am't paid in ,ly Isaao ,
Uates, Auditor, lor wood i .
. and stove-pip sold..., ,; .11,00,0
To am't paid in by John '.
Borry for stove..... . , 10,00,0
To am't paid in by II. Blust
for cost-on Road Bond.. , 10,50,0
To am't paid in by Harman
' Alleman, Mayor of Jer-
. omeville , 15,00,0
To am't of Delinquent of
1803, collected 44 07.4
By am't pf orders redeem-
. ed up to and including or
der No. 1667 20,476,83,0
By am't of Treasurers fees
on am't oollcctod .. 135,60,1
By am't of Tax Refunded 153,05,8
' " Printers foes for
List.... ............ ... 5,55,1
By am't of Treasurers fees
on all other monies paid
. Balanco in Treasury. . 2,032,22,8
To amount of old funds on
ha-nd at last settlement. . 5,293,40,4
lo am tcoUec'cd on dupli
- cate of 1804..
To am't paid by John Berry
" " of delinquents of
By am't of orders redeem
ed up to snd ineluding or
der No. 230
By am't of Treasurers lees
on am't collected.......
By am't of Tax Refunded. . ,
By am't of printers fees for
Balance in Treasury.. 3,96 1 ;67
: . POOR FUND. 7 ' ' ;
To am't of old funds on
band at lost sottlement. . 1,629,63,1
To am't eolleoted on dupli- - -
cate of 1864...' 3,615,20,6
to am t ot aeunquents or
Bjam't of ordera redeemed : 7
up to and Including order
No. 549.....L 2,867,02,0
By am't of Treasurer lees
: on om't collected...... 89,42,1
By am't of Tax refunded.. ' ' 40,04,0
By am't of printers fees for ..
Advertising Delinquent : 1
list............. - ; 1,43,8
' Balanoe in Treasury.. 210,92,3
. ' RELIEF FUND. -' ;'
., . ..'.;; .
To am't of old fund on '
hand at last settlement. . ; 3,6868,6
To am't received from the
State........ .... .... 120,62,00,0
By am't of orders redeemed 9,553,62,0
? Balano in : Treasury. . - 6,044,66,8
ROAD FUND. ; ' .
To am't of old funds on - '
hand at last settlement..-. 1,678,17,0
To am't eolleoted on -dupll- . 7
oate of 1 864. ..... ..... i 3,608,69,8
To am't of delinquents of .'7
; 1863 collected .... ... . 11,74,7
.; ;l.V'.77';77:. 8,298,51,9
By am't of Treasurers fees r7 7 ' ' '
. on am't collected...... ' :- 84,95,7
By am't of Supervisors to.':'1" "-'--
By am't of Tax Refunded -.'u. 39,56,1
'! " " priuters fees for' i
''advertising : delinquent
List.....4i. ;;: 1,43,8
By am't of orders redeemed'. 186,00,0
. :.... ., 3117,04,1
Balaooe in Treasury.... 2,181,47,4
7'; ;: BOUNTYFUND. v,
To am' of funds' On band '; - . '
at last settlement..... : 5,359,65,4
To am't collected on dupli-'1-' '
oate of 1864. .. 64,723,08,3
To om't of delinquents of
1863, eolleoted..:...-. 88,14,8
7", . ;777V . 70,170,88,5
By am't of orders redeemed ; ':
upioand ineluding order
- No. 720............ 5830,81,0
By am't of Treasurers fees - .
on am't eolleoted.. .' 628,30,7
By am't of Tax refundod. . , 849,88,8
" " ,. " printers fees for .. . . : ,
Advertising Delinquent .
. Balance in Treasury.".'' 10,836,27,7
. TOWNSHIP FUND.
To am't oi old funds on hand
at last settlement......' : 670,81,0
To am't collected on dupli- ' '''
cats of I8"64.... 3,905,97,1
To am t of dohnqucnta of ,4
1803 collected... ..; io,i,d
7 ,7 , 7' .7.7 " 4,649,95,7
By am't of orders redeemed ' , .v
up w anu woiumog oruer .
No. 22(5... ;. 2,990,72,0
By am't of Treasurers fees on .
smount eolleoted.... . ,., i)8,.ia,l
By am't of Tax refunded.. 48,74,9
" . i printers foes tor
. sdvertising Delinquent ; 1
' List..., ...7 1,59,9
' '.: " :.' 1,570,57,7
. SCHOOL FUND.
Toam'tof old funds on hand ;' , '
at last settUment...... .8,660,95,2
To am't colleolod on dupli 1.
eito of 1864. ,44U,71,4
To am't of Stato Common . . r
School fund received from
Toam'tof section sixteen
fund received from 8tato, 1,41Q.52,0
To am't of Western Re- ,
serve fund received from
To am't of delinquents of
18C3 collected 33,54 5
By am't ol orders redeemed ' '
np to and including order "
No. 210 .. 17,274,27,0
By am t of treasurers fees .
on am't colloctcd...... . 94,40.7
By am't of Tax rofundod. . . 120,03,5
" " " printers fees lor '
List. . 3,74,5
Balance in Treasury. . 9,856,76,4
To am't of old funds on band 1
at last settlement. 24,01,9
lo am t collected on dupli
cate of 1864...... 7,583,78,3
To am t of delinquents of -
1863 eolleoted .... 25,74,4
." ' ' "" 7,583,54,6
By am't of order redeemed '
up to and inoluding order
No. 237 ,. 6,140,81,0
Vj am't or Xreaaurera toes
on ab't eolleoted...... 70,61,8
By am'A of Ux refunded. . . 286,40.6
mum v iiuioib me iur , t
Balance in treasury...
' . 8TREET FUND.
To am't eolleoted on duplloata 7,066,50,0
By am't of orders redeemed 7,447,80,0
il m Treas. fees on -
am't collootcd.;........ ; 66,07,7
By am't of printers fees for ' -
advertising del. list.... . . 3,01,6
. over paid .......
Balunce in Treaury 7,066,50,0
' COMMUTATION F'UND.
To am't of old funds on hand
at last settlement ... 4,205,21,0
To am't collected no to and .
ineluding Sent. 6th 'C5J. 2,872,00,0
To amount paid in by Isaac
Gates........ .... . 123,69,0
7 "7 : " 6,790,90l
By am't of ordors redeemed! 826,24,0
Balance in Treasury
J ALLOTMENT FUND. , 7"
To am't received frost th
lale....-..-i ..i. .-. 42,803,90)
By am't of orders redeemed 41,25l'Q0
, Balance in Treasury .. 1,562,00
To total sm't Stnte fund
" county fund
poor - :
relief : '
M township '
" sohool "
"street ,aw 7.066.50.0.
To total am't Of allotment ' i ( '
fund.......j .... 42,808,90,0
' Trti'tL J:;:.:' j27i,S8,di55,i
By sm't of Stat fund .
do do do county do
. .. v . 47,419,07,5 i
? 7 69,834,55;
do bridge do
do poor do
do relielf do
do road ' do
do bounty do
By am't of sohool fund
do do do corpora.
. linn fund . '
By am't of street fund
do do do commuta
tion fiind.-- '
By am't of allotment fund . 41,251,90,0
Balanoe in Treasury Sept- ' 1 ' ; ' ' r
tember Xilh, I80U ; 40,BU4,ZB
County, O., 8epC 11,1865. ;
I do hereby eortify the foregoing Ex-
ih'lt nf lhfl .TtAAAtnla .A li.-.J:. wu
of Ashland Conntv. Ohio 'f.. m.
ending Sept. 11, 1865, to be oorrect.
. ;. uAXfi Auditor .
of Ashland Cpnnfjv)',
We the undersigned Crfnmiuinn.n
Ashland County, 6., eortify that we bar
examined the foregoing Exhibit, tnd it
is correct in all respect. 'i - -is-..
JUHN BERRY, .' ' " u O
" JOHN VAN NE8T, f Com.
' HENRY WlCKS.' j
Sostcmber 13, 1865-.3wl
7 ' BHBHIFr'B r .
".'' m f ' .' ;:'
THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF
ASHLAND COUN1Y uro hereby no tU
Bed to mcot at their respective plaoe of
holding Elections, on the Second 7f'
day of Ootobor, A. D. 1865, boins tho
lOtli anj of October, A. D. 1805,
and volo fui the fQllowingjQfficers, to-witJ
uoo tuovernor ; on Lieutenant Got
ernor; one Supreme Judge; (full term,)
one . Supreme ' Judge ; (vacancy,) oner
Treasurer of State ; one Attorney Gener
al ; one School Commissioner ; one Mem
ber of the Board of Public Works j one
Clerk of tho Supreme Court ; one Rep
resentative; ono .Treasurer; . one,; Com-1
misaioner; one Infirmary Director; one
Coroner ; aod one State Senator, to rep
resent the Counties of Ashland and Riob-land.-'
' " ' ; .'7;'77-'V." "'..
The Trustees of the several Townships
are required to furnish the Clerk of tho
Court tho namea of the following number
of Jurors : ' 1
Township.; No.; , Towhship. No.
Montgomery 13 . Ruggle ; 8
Jackson ' 4 Mohecan ,5
Green r ' 6 Orange V 9
1; 8ulllvasi 4 Perry 6
Ukt 7 Mifflin 1, 2
Olearoreek , 2 7. - Troy 7 7 8
Vermillion '!'" Bsnover 9
MJiton., -7 f .'' :" " '
Given under my hand anj teal this
2 1st day or Scptomber, A. D. 1865.
" JOIIN O. BROWN, ,
Ser& 7 Sheriff of Ashlsad C
Ashlsnd, Sept. 21, 865. ' '
18 bsreby given to th Treasurer ef th
ssvtraf townships in Aiblrad County, O..
thai the 94 Inalallmsnt f school faads a
now ready for distribution. ...
(15) ISAAC OATE8, Co. AdlU.
.. NO TIC Et
EUsnUsCeol . la AahUad Cmas
' v. -' x f PI.
Thaa B UcCmI. jDlwe-,-, . ,,
DEFENDANT Is ksrsby aoUfied that
th 16th day f September, 1865, thw
above named Plalatltf filed la th Clerks'
Offioe, Court of Common Plea ef Ashlaad)
County, her Petition against Defendant, ask
ing (or Divorce and allowing against him the
grounds sst forth In Petition against Defend
ant, are three years wilful absence and tore
years gross neglect of duty toward th Peti
tioner. Bald case will b for hearing at' the
next term of said Court, wbiob eommene
Nov. 8, 1864. .',...'
' BLI88 k H08WEENET,
't ' ' - ; U'ysforPlslnUr.
Bpi, tt-vwM : V . .' ..I
;. ; IBI!J)TILIESI'S.' FBM
At Fort Flaher, was aeareely a greater fall.
; ure fhn Is daily, maje; by moat of ths
, r, advertised hair dyes ; nor Was
PERRY AND FOSTER'S VICTORY
Mere complete, perfeol and glorious, tha th
' conquest aehleved bj . r ti
CERISIADORO'S HAIR DIB
6ver gray, ro and Sandy heads'of nalft Tb
obnoxious hue Is wiped out In Ave m Inula,
and a magnilloant brown or brack, glossy and
natural, takes Its place. Manufactured by J.
CHRIST ADORO, No. 8 Astor Houn, W
Tork. v - ; ' , j , - . ..t
Sold by Druggists. Applied By all Hair
Brossers. , . . ,r ..... .
Sopt 27-nol61m -U. i. - T ;
Hollo is hereby given that ths undersigns
has been appointed and qualified as Adminis
trator of th Eatats of W. S. Portar, dse'd
late efAihland County Ohio.
; w. cowiir, .;
Bept. 8, 186 Swl j