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evidence of intended fraud., ,.,
t Iht undersigned, Proprietor of Newspa
' pare pnbliihel In Aehlend, In oonildera Ion
i of the largely Increased expenses of publish
ing, hereby tfTM to adopt the fol owing ad-
tanooa itetee ioi AOTri"B( ,
to the following Bulci for rogulatlng f the
H" 1 r.tee of. Advertising in our eolumns, Jo take
; effeot fromigust let, 186f tlU . ..,,. .,,
ninn uU o aiei k a souAnn
mw- AH kinds of Job Work, an advance of
m - ... . . i: ii.
' from, 60 to 0 per cent. - ueponuiug uu ,u
oharaoterof the Jo.,. .f ' "
J.M. LANDI9- BEO Prop'rs Union.
" ' L. JEFF. SPiaKNO to, Proprietor Times.
, ASHLAND, SEPT. 27, 1865.
' gsf Bvj Jouf Bttolts, stationery, wall
t '.-j, niVlufow paper, &0.,' of J. I. Dotland,
N. 5, Main strfot. Ashland, Ohio. ;(
' .l;B,Bjonr.drags, medicines, pnro
V i fWinep, iiqaoWf&Hof 8. E. .gilw, No.
'6, Main' itreet.
Vn. iL mJff .ii' ' , :
Wo iovitfi the '. aitcnlion of
readers tp tho gpocch of General .MoMM
"whioh n ie'ivcrcd at Kljria on Iho 13th
inst. Read iCiad hand- it to your Re-
' '"jparGct yourself insursl in tho . Ao
cident Insnraneo Company of Columbus.
t U oob pf the mosV reliable L companies
in tho eountryj. H. M. Hickok is agent
astt 4bn4t i-.nv: . ' ;
i.' Gonb Bas. Z GrkenEWAI.d has
gone to the Eastorn Cities to' purchase
another largo Stock of Clothing, Cloths,
"" CassiinefcioiiK hag leonl but a short
' f timo since bo laid in' a largo amount of
5 fall' goods, but his Increasing trade makes
vl necessary to buy another. ..!''','
Ot):. ..if. ,J ' 1 ; ' V '
liThe Ashland County Agricultural
Fair will be held at Ashland, on the llth
l' 12th', and I3ih days of October, 1905'
.' Thoindicatious are (hat it will be nhe of
(he most interesting occasions had in our
county for a long time. , . !
' : ElATg, Caps," Funs, Etc. A.
'' Mvkbantz is now filling up his store
" room with an immense stock of' Hate,
ijaps. Ladies' and .Gent's
furs of evory
description, Gloves, &o., which he now
' "bfierVto the' public, at the lowest possible
' . fignree.. Mr. M. always boson band the
v Jntost styles of Hats and Caps, and In,
. such variety that the purohaser is ena
- w Wed to get the articlo which best suits
Ti'ihn taste. ,' Call in. , Store opposite tho
- Bank, AiLland, Ohio. H' ;,. , , I
-1 , tii GooDsj-IVe desire to. call atten.
. , tion to tho fact that 3 L AC. C. Camp
bell, are now rooeiving another install
ment of Dry .Goods, ff all the varieties,
; kind; and styles and as it would be use
? leas' for uav'to attemp't loisDunicrate ;the
different articles, we would say that they
have everything usually kept in a first
- . class establishment of, that. kiqi and are
'' determined to soil goods as' low as the
. . lowest. ' dosjnn lo pntckose, there
fore, cannot do" bettor than oalling at
v4 CAMiBKlLs'. . It is well worth vour
wbrte to drop In and see them, and exam-
in their goods, , Store, one ;door East
' of tb Post Officer V " '.
. ' i tSy Gbxat RwoioiNa At Paem
' ; ' Lir'a Store, over the new stock of goods
I, .just come in, lie has nipped the thing
j ' in the bud this time, sure, by buying bo
. , fore, the late advanoe, and his prices
4 -". would) indicate that he intended to give
' siit customers the advantage of tho tame.
' TJo has certainly the very nicest styles
-of dress goods, delaines and calicoes, and
the ladies would do well to' get - a. dress
,:. " from there before they are all sold.
;; fey thersy. PiiftMET fy ono" of the
: largest rtocka of Furs of all , kinds,' ever
s brought ta- "this nook 'of woods,"- whioh
he wilt soli ohonp. Never pass his store
- without dropping In. An hour spent
looking at his goods always- pays you.
.,. - Ask to see the cloak in ft word,' ask
1 ' ' ; him to shoir yott all the different varieties
and styles of fall goods whioh grace the
, -( ihelvos of his msgnificent store room
" ' lie will charge you nothing, See ,adver-
ileeme'nt: ''' " ' '' .iMl
. aal Don't forgot the B ill, at the ToWn
Hall, ei the Bight of the Sd dsy of the
, BiNEFft Concekt. A Grand Con
cert for the benefit of Prof; IsaaoWbite,
will be given by the 1st Brigade Band
and Qroheatra,' under the, direction of
Pltof.:Wanr on lit evening of 0t. i2ls!
at the Town Hall, There will be a pro
gramme to suit the oooasion. By request,
Mr. W., will perform' some ' favorite air
on the Double Flageoletfe
'r 'J5pncert,to ; commence at 7 o'olock,
Ticket zd on. to do naa at in uoor...,
9 On lost JSabkath, seventeen cars
loaded with Ohio soldiers, 'passod through
this place. We learned that one of the
officers said, that out of the whole num
ber therewere but three who would vote
for the Negro candidate for'. Governor,
the1 balance being enlhusiastio for Mon
9A. All jsonor. to the roturnlng braves.
Bv-Ki-Do-Rir-Av. r- Gbibwolp,
known among humorous writers and leo
turers as "The Fat Contributor," will de
liver his Celebrated comid 'leotdre upon
the Indians, at the Town Hall, on Thursday-evening,
September 28, 1865, t Mr.
Gs lectured in Cincinnati a short time
sgOihe following notice of which wo
oopy from the JVm of that city :
. "His address it in no manner tiudiel,
but distinguished for its ease and natur
alness; favoring of the fire-sido conversa
tion, and that ot the most plessing and
interesting ' chersoter.. , nis lecture is
highly Original, being an embodiment
of racy wit, juic) humor and moat extrav
agant figures, interlarded with many ex
seedinly laughable stories,' which tho
lecturer tells in a manner that provokes
the most uprorsious merriment. ; ,
Alter the denouncement ol a sparkling
bon mot or humorous story, he resumes
the thread of his discourse in a most hap
py manner, the Stride being so great and
so serious that the audience is again con
vulsed at toe lecturer s eneotlve coup a
etat. Now lie rambles in his subieot
with all tbe profundity of an antiquarian.
suddenly putting on capsbiof so gro-
tegquo that tils auditors roar in very ccs
taoies of delight, end so he continues
riveting serious attention one minute with
hit scientific explanations, snd tbe next
spreading over it such far-fetched fan
ct't so irresistible and of so broad a paral
lel that timo remajns unmeasured.". ..
This will undoubtedly be a rare treat,
and we hope our oltitens will avail them.
selves of the opportunity of hearing it.
Fadinq Away. How often wo se
-men and women who aro fairly fading
bW; of exlslcocB. v Tbcy ten"t havs po
epecwl disessS, but general lissltude anu
lanfuor: no ambition, no energy, indi
gestion, fe$aknes9,,total inability' to eat
abdVslisn fooSi, 6i , &o.,-tl tt. which
ii nothing bus, Jiyspcpsia, r, ('
rx " i . 'r iA 1 .
VOe s uyspepsia jure win eureiy cure
every such cascj BO matter of how long
standing. It is -also a most excellent
retntdy for Cljo'era ronrbuy Cramy or
Colic, in cither Stomach or iiowtls. We
udviso all sufforinf to try it.
Under the auspices of the Boards of
School Examiners of Richland and Ash
hind Counties, a Teachers' Institute will
be heW at 'Ashland commencing Mon
day, October 23rd, 1865, snd continue
ing one week.. The advantage aooruing
ID Tcaohers from these, meetings are too
well understood by the publio to require
. . '', - 3 . -' . ,1. ' .i .
sny commendation in a puoiiinca nouoe.
Teachers are aware that professional ad
vancement is desirablo, if not absolutely
necessary to maintain the standard of
our common Schools and guard tho inte
rests of. , Iho rising gone'ration
yA general knowledge of the branohes
tsught in odr schools alone, are not suffi
cient to secure success.,. Ine "wby ; add
"wherefore" of Teaching slould be nn
dorstood by every perron, assuming the
ff oOsibility of a jteachsr, and , wltnoul
suh knowledge no one should bo permit
ted to take charge of a sobool.' , Henoo
forth Examiners will be careful to guard
tho publio. against , impositions of this
character.', institutes are designed more
particularly' 4o irhpart'SiatruoiiCa In the
art of teaching than any thing else, and
for this reason, if for no other; teachers
should aacrifioe their own personal Con
venience to be in attendance'.4 The The
ory and Practice of teaching will be made
a specialty. Should any have oommenoed
their winter schools, dismiss them for one
The following Leoturera and Instruct
ors have promiied thoif aervioes : .
' Dr. S.; Deifendorf, Professor - John
Simpson, and Mr. Graham, of Hayesville;
Professor A'. Scbuylor, of Berea j Messrs.
Smith & Parker, of Mansfield, and Hon.
E. E. White, State School Commissioner
will be present if possible. Dr. A, D.
Lord, of Columbus and Hon. T. W. Har
vey, of Massilon, have also boon invited.
None need fear that they will go away
unpaid for their, trouble in attending.
We shall oxpeot the sttondanoe of every
faithful tcaohcr. Private boarding plaoo.
will be scoured for all ladies. .ti . j
. By order of Executivo Com. : " -'
:' t.. R. M. CAMPBELL, Seoy '
'I Sept. 27,'05-4wl6 t-V; ., i
thtl negro It good enough to stand on ttit Un
ion phulorm with him, Union' with a
nigger; chf All right, Uonoral, nobody
doubts-it. ' ,'' , ... ,i
ASHLAND UNION, WEDNESDAY
"There were twelve peers
Like Oharlemegues and all aieh reers In
look -.-. ... . -' ' .
Aad lntelleet, that neilhw eyes nor ears ,
For commoners had ever them mistook,"
Still that dread disease Catarrh upon them
had fixed itself, until nothiogwould PER
MANENTLY remove it except Dr. D.
HySeoly'e LIQUID CATARRH REM
EDYi Testimonials horn thousand! who
have been oured fcy it. Call for one at
your Druggists. - -
'i ' Fala iwuet).
Gen. Cox has taken to ; whimpering.
He says the Democrats are raising false
issues, and that there is danger that they
may succeed. The Democrats have de
clared opposition to Negro Suffrage and
Negro Equality, in favor of equality in
Taxation, in favor of the repeal of the
four dollar militia commutation Imposi,
tion, and a determination to maintain the
Constitution of the United States invio
late. It occurs to us that there is tome
thing rtal in the issue as thus presented.
There i nothing false in it. The Gene
ral had better throw up the . "sponge."
Stateman. ' ' '
To Use Public .
The undersigned soldieri' who entered
tbe army to fight for the Union, being
opposed to General Cox and his sobome
of Negro Equality, art determined, with
out regard to old party associations, to
vote for General Morgan and the white
man's ticket, and we advise our soldier
friends 'everywhere else to do the tame.
Tho above was signed by forty eight
soldiers. It proves beyond a doubt that
a large majority of the "boys" who fought
for the restoration of the Union, will vote
for Gen. Morgan, the whit man's can
didate for Governor. ,
JC3C clip the following extract
from a letter written by soldier to the
I' And yet on penning that Abolition
sheet,' tbo Coshocton Age, I see they are
still harping on 'Copperheads,' 'Model
lan,' &o. .They get corset by the thou
sands from the soldiers now, -
When'I first joined the reiment tome
of the boys looked on me with coolness,
on soccunt of my being a prominent Dem
ocrat. Now they say they will tee this
Government sink before the will ever
vote for another Abolitionist. ''
Send us some papors, and we will givo
old Democracy a hoist this Fall, sure.
v... ,,: . iours,respeotrully,
This is another evidenco that a major
ity of tbe "boys in blue" will vole tbe
white . man s ticket. "We , know our
friends they are not those who would
degrade us to the level of the Negro," it
the cry of the soldiers. v - - -
Near Jerotneville, Sopt , 21st, by J. J.
Winbtqler, Esq., Mr. FRANCIS M.
HEICUAEL and Miss MALINDA
September 22d at the residence of
John Fenger, in Orange Township, Mar
tin Luther Long. AgcdJ8 years, 7
months and 5 days. Peace to his ashes.
Serviocs by the .writer. S. E. II.
TAK33 NOTICE. "
HAVING returned tgain to Ashland,
I would say to my old friends, that
I am ready to do all kinds of Engine and
Mill repairing that can be done on the
premises. Overhauling and Lining En
gines promptly attended to.
Designs and Drawings for Flouring
and Saw Mills with consultations.
and Praotieal Machines!. :
8opt. 27-nol6tf. .
Y " NOTICE.
John S. Shearer and 1
Mary Jane Shearer j In Ashland County,
. vs.- (Court of Common ri's
Stephen Durd, et al.
Sephen Bur J, of AshUadCounly.and State
of Ohio, Sarah Ann Cuunlngham, inter mar
ried with William Cunningham, or Washing
ton Cohnly. in the 8late of Penaaylva ia,
William Uurd, jr. whose pla:e of reaidenoe ie
unknown, but supposed to be somewhere in
the Slate of California, and Catharine Burd,
of the eounly of Ashland, and Slate of Ohio,
will take nolioe that a petition was Died
agalntt them on the 21st day it September,
A. D. 1865, la the Court of Common Pleas,
Within and for the oounlj of Ashland, by
John .8. Shearer and Mary Jane Sheerer and
Ie now pending, wherein the said John o.
Shearer and Mary Jane Shearer, demand par
tition of the following real estate, to wit i
the weet half of the north weet quarter of sec
tion twenty one (21,1 township twenty (20,)
and range flfleea (16,) eontalning eighty (80,)
aores aiao tweniy nve xo,) aorta on ine
north part of the weet half of the south weet
qnarter oY leotiftn tweniy one (21,1 township
twenty (20.) andraige fifteen (14,) and'that,
at the next term of eald Court, the said John
8. Shearer and Mar Jane Shearer will ap
ply for an order I hat partition may be made
o' said promisee,
JUHN 8. BH t5AItr.lt,
MARY JANE 8 HEARER
by Wm'. B. MoCarty. thoir Att'y.
Ashland, Sept. 27th,'C5-vol20noiO.
! A dingle Box of Brandreth'i Pillt ,
onUlue more vegltable eitraolire matter
thari twenty boxes of any pills in the world
bosides; fifty five hundred physioiaus use
them in their practise to the exclusion of
olhtr purgatives. The Brut letter or their val
ue is yet scarcely appreciated,, ffheu they
are bitter known sadden death and oontlnued
sioknisa will be of the past. Let those whs
know them speak right eut In their favor.
It is a duty which will save life.
' Our raoe are aubjeol to a redundancy of
vitiated pile at lliii season, and it is a dan
gerous aa. it is prevalent ; but Drandreth's
Fills afford an Invaluable and efficient protection..-
By their eooasional uie we prevent
the oolleotion of those Impurities, whioh,
when in-sufficient quantities, eanse so muok
danger to the body's health. They soon onr
liver eomplaint, dyspepsia, loss of appetite,
pain in the head,' heart burn, pain in the
breast-b6ne, sudden falntneae and eosliveaesa.
Sold by all respectable Dealers it) - Modi'
L 8pl'. 2Mik r 1 :
WOULD say to the ClUiens ef Ashland
and vicinity that he is now opening a
Large a n af CompteU At$ort'
meni of ; ';.'","',:' "l.,',"'
FCEEICI. 6 DOMESTIC
rThich were bong ' Lwotit Path
" Price, nnd ill tell them on ;
the On Price iitlem '
or Cath My.
ti i He hat .marked all his Goods la
, ; . ... ;w . u- . I.-- . -i ... . j.. , .- ;
..(. .. i.y, " . ; ..' . .' ,. , .
Hie at ektaparteenelsts of ,.
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EMPRESS CLOTHS, ' ,
BARATHEAS, - :v. '
SCOTCH P0PPLIN8, ;,
'' ; WOOL. PLAIDS, j
; ';.' :'":.; ALPACA8, " - :
' , r ; PARIS REPS,
. . WOOL DELAINS,
' ARMURE DELAINS,
BROCADE SILKS, ,,
PLAIN 8ILK8, ; ,,,' '
BONNET 8ILKS, :
BONNET RIBBONS, i
TAFFETA RIBBONS, : ;
; i , WHITE & RED FLANNEL
" ' MINER'S FLANNELS, -ROB
8HAKER FLANNELS. ,s
' BUS8IA CRA8HES, :. .
' 1 TABLE XINEN, -LONG
0 ZEPHYR KNIT, SHAWLS,
u 1 Jf .i sr. f u t .v
Opera , Cloaks,
$ 1 5 Z it ! 4? '
CLOAK ORNAMENTS, t
LADIES'VESTS & DRAWERS,
We would particularly call attention
to the FUR DEPARTMENT cocsist
ing of the ' . " v
Ever brought to ASHLAND.
r SIBERIAN SQUIRREL,. ,
' FRENCH COVA, '-. i
. CANADA 8ABLE,
MISSES WHITE &
.y' GRAY ERMINE,-
-' .'-' ERMINE.
HEAVY BHOWH '(.- , j'
SHEETING, - : 1 ' X
J BLUB & BROWN
--.- DINIMS, .
SUPER COTTON :
.'.'".. V. FLANNEL,
' . W-C.;v. GINGHAMS.
i ; ' v ;
He hat also en haid a. variety of .'
Beady Made Clothings
i WHICH HE WILL SELL
Ot'tie Aim a tall 6tfor purcating ehc-
Z REMEMBER THE PLACE,
5nf ' '
MORNING .SEPTEMBER., 27. . . 7
Of the condition of Tu North Ambr-
ICAN FlRI iNBtlRANOS COMPART, oil
the 31i day of December, 1864, mailt
'to tie Auditor of Ohid, pkriudnl to the
StaM of thai Slate.' , . 1,
NAME ANl3 .LtiCATldN. ';;
The Name of the Cbinpdnj ii .
THE NORTH AMERICA N FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY ,
and is located at 114 Broadway N. Y. City.
"-. 1. CAPITAL.
The amount of its Capital Stock $600,000 00
t ' np Is . , ' : ., 800.000 CO
Cash Of the Company on Heudi
and in the hands of Agents
and other persons,- - '
Heal Estate unincumbered '
The Bonds and Stocks owned
' by the Courpany, (as per
' vouchers aeeompanving.)
Debts due the Compaay, ee
onred by Mortgage, (ae per
Debts otherwin scoured, (as
per vouchers accompanying)
6. Debts for Premiums, -
7. Alll other Securities,
Total Assets of tho Company, J607.887 06
' III LIABILITIES.
To amount of Liabilities, due or
not due, to Banks and other "
creditors.-' ; none .
Losses adjusted and due. , noneK
Losses adjusted and net due, $9,7W4 47
Losses unadjusted, , ,
Losses in suspense, waiting lor
All olhcr claims against the Co.
Total Liabilities, . .. $21,461 28
The greatest amount insured in
any one risk,
The greatest amount allowed by
tbe rules to be insured in
anv ohe eltv, bw 'or village
no rule 5
The t real at amount- allowed to
be insured in Any one blook, no rule
The amount of its capital or
earnings deposited la uiy
other Slate, as security for '. !
losses th'rein." - none
The Charter, or Act of Incorpor-
, ation of the uomoany, now on me.
Statbof New York, 1
Coo ntt or Niw York,' '
J. W. OTI8,
President, and R. W. BLKECKER, So
cretary, of the North American Fire. In
surance Company, being severally sworn,
depose and say, that the foregoing is
full; true, and correot statement of the
affairs of the said Company ; that said In
suranoo. Company H the bona fide owner
ol at least One Uuntf'cd Itouianii Dol
lar of actnal Cosh Capital invested in
Stocks and Bonds, or jn Mortgages on
Real Estate worth double the amount for
which the same it mortgaged; and that
tbey are the above-desoribed Officers of
said Insurance Company.
Signed, J. W. OTIS, President,
Signed, R. W. BLEECKER, Seo'y
Subscribed and sworn before me, ,
this 21st dty of Jan., 18C6. I
T. L. TlIORNELI,,
f - '
5 CENT eTAMP
Commissioner for Ohio
in New York.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To expire on ibe 81st day of January, 1866.
OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF TBI STATS,
Columbus, 0. Jan. 24th, 18G5.
HAereai. The North American Fire
Insurance Comoanv. located at New York, in
the State of New York, has filed in this Office
aeworn statement of itseoniiuon, ae required
by the first seotion of the Aot ''To Itegnlats
Insurance Companies not incorporated by the
Slate of Ohio," passed April 8th, 1866, and
amended February 9th,-18U4: Whereas said
rnm.nv- has furnished the undersigned aatia
factory evidence that it is possessed of at
least One Hundred Thousand Pollers of act
ual Capital invested in 'tocks or bjuds, or in
mortences of real esiate, worth doub.? the
amount for which the same is mortgaged ; and,
Whoreas, said Company has filed in this office
a written instrument, - under lie corporate
8eil sinned by the President and Beoretary
thereof, auformog any agent or agents oi
said Company in th a titata to acknowledge
service ef process, for and in behalf of said
company, aecording to the terms of said law;
Now. Therefore, In pursuance of the first
section of the aforesaid act, 1, Janxs H, Gob
am. Auditor of the Slate of Ohio, do hereby
certify, that said North American Flro Insur
ance Company or flow von is aut honied to
transaet the business of Fire Insuranee In this
8tate, until tie thirty-firet day of January, ia
tht year one thousand eight hundred and sis-
In Witness Whereof. I 1
have hereunto rob Five Cent
scribed my name, and I Revenue
caused ihe-sealof my I Stamp.
offloetoboefhxed, the I Canoelled
day year above writ n .
- t JA8. H. GODNAN,
Auditor of State.
F J. I . . 1 '. " , . . . - .
A true copy of original on file in tht Com.
pany'a Olhoe, 1 11 llroadway, new I ora
H. S. SEE Agent.
,: ASHLAMD, OHIO.
Robert Yeaman, Guardian
r. ) . ,
William Qaster ft Mary Oaster.
BY virtue of an order of sale duly issued
out of the Court of Common Plean lor
the Ceunly of Ashland and Stale of Ohio,
and to me direotcd, bearing" data September
11, A. D, 1866, 1 will expose to sals al t'ub
llo Auction, on ' .
Monday, October. 22, A. D. I8651,
between the hours ef ten o'clock A. H. and
o'olock P. M. of said dav. al the Court House
of said Ashland County, the following de
scribed lands and- tenements? slliiate in the
Count y of Ashland and Stale of Ohio, to-wil:
being the weal half df the south-eaat quarter
of scelion eighteen (18) township 'twenty
one (21), of range slxleeo-18), containing
eighty acres of land", more or less, savingana
txcepting oni'-half acre told for a Bohool
House lot out of tht north west corner and
deserlted In a deed to eaid district,
leruie of sale cash en dey of sale.
Appraised al $ ' .
; J. 0. nndWfJ, She'ril
Sepl. !0,186o-tspf-$9,6( .
a- .: 4,- sr c ;t r.
ftTJ . ..21 ,f it
f. - '. C' ,' V
' DtAtKS 111 '
l . '. ,f 'if
Men and Boys' Clothing:;
J 1 I .
Our. booir Eatl of tU ifcNult ffi tue,
Man Street, AiMani, Vfiti. '. Zt
i - Jr-:' i
Having just reeeived a large and splendid
gtookof '' ,' ; '-'
prin g Clothing
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LIGHT AND DARK COLORED
BOYS AM) YOUTHS' BUIT3 ....
Neatly got up. .. .
. r -w:"''-t-;'t-Tf frr ,v ,
PANTS AND VESTS
Of various palerns, of American and Freneh
CaSBimerea, and eut in Ine Latest styles, In
gether with a tasty assortment of . ( , ..
Shirts and Neck Ties
JUo a large stock ef
las. Clothe, f'tsttufi,
Coat. Sal luet $ and Mhreulngi,
which will be sold by ihe piece or by the yard
Lower man in any otner jsstauliiument In
northern unio. . , . ,. .
We beg leave to inform the Public tha' .her
ing purchased our entire stock of Clothing and
r urnisning ueoas at tne present .heavy de
cline in Gold, and the consequent deprecia
tion in the value or Marchandise we are
therefore enabled, willing, and ready lo sell
onr uooas niny in aecordance with that de
cline, and whiod cannot fail to attract l lie at
tention of elose buyers, even at the present
aepressea state ov tne market.
We gnarantee our Clothing to . - .-
FIT WELL OR NO SALE! 1
We also have a Urge assortment of
7VmnAs, Valitet if Carpti Mdgt.
Don't fall to examine our Clothing lefort
purchasing elsewhere, as money can be saved
by buying al . ... ;
Aarln OppottU tht Bank,
May 10-48tf . ..
NOTICE IN PARTITION.
rer ) In' Ashland County
Ramuel Manrer t al. j of Common fleas.
Samuel Itaurer, Amanda Maarer,. Kliia
Maurer, Lucretia Manrer, Joicdh Maurer.
Elite Dtllier. Hannah miller. Leretla Dillier,
Emeline Dillier, Rebeooa Jane Dillier, Laura'
Ann Dillier David Usurer and" Ellis Jane
Maurer, all of Ashland County In the Slate
of Ohio, and Jacob Maurer, Reneoca Metoalf
Intornfarrkia wtih Danielaletealf, Mary Loch,
nier Intermarried with Jacob Lochnier, Henry
WvaiL Nathan WvatL Hannah WvalL Andrew
wyalt, Borah Jano Wyall; Elisabeth Wyalt.
Louisa nyatt , an or toe county or . ve&atn,
in the Blaie of Indiana, will take nolioe that
a petition waa tied agalnt.them on the 26th
flay or September, a. v. joo, in me uourt
of Common Pleav, within and for 1he County
of Athlana, ny jona .usurer, ana la new pen.
ding, wherein the said John Maurer, demand
partition or tne rouowing real estate, lyio
and situate in Aahlan'd'Couhtv and Biaia o
Ohio, lo-wlt: the north west anarter of seob
lion six (B, township twenty 'iu and rane
fifteea and that akthe next terra of eaid
Caert, the eaid John Maurer will apply for
en order th'kt partition may bS made of said
premises.' - - . ' i ' iv :
. v.-V-W. JOHN MAl'RER,
-".V ,. by Wm. B. McCarly his AU'y
Ueptember a7 ooluvuu. s
'iivi ti.. e..
B rice &JLamlcr fix
R"1 ESPECTFOLty Inform .the eItirnf ;Ef
Ashland and vicinity, -that they anvi
upe-edji . ; . : v-. .. -i '
i. ' w. : 'r- ..- , , , ...
a few doors below the "limes Office," bere:
they Inlend fp do business an euch principles
ae must insure them a '' !
8HAR'b 0 IIATRONAGB.
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Special attention is InTiied to their choice
aid select stock of FURNISHING GOOD .
end Read) Jllade Clothing, which will be aeld
4 cheap as any elher House in Ihe trade.
Every slylii. Of, Genllemeh's Clothing cut
and made to order, to roil- the tastes of the
wearer, wih,'fit and workmatoaip, equal ly
any Cl'jr trade -)-... '..iityt ..It
Particular attention given to Touih a,, audj
Children's style of dress. . ,v ijj
. Cutting done on short notice. .. ..' .(.;,
1 New York Fashions always vn hanil.,: iil
cepiemoor w, iou9-twia.i ,'",w h.jn l.i.."i
Mary Biblet 1 Athlaad Couuly Court of
i " va. V , Common l'leaa,. '..!
Emanoel Biblet. j Divoroa. . , . -j i,!,,sw
HE enld Emanuel Riblet is faertby- nothat
fled that Mary Sen Riblet kal tied hef
tion In Ihe Office of the Clerk of the Courli.
of Common Picas within and for the Coonty,(
of Ashland and Blnteof Ohio, charging he
said E nanuel Riblet with having been dnlwe
convinced at Ihe July term, I8H6, of Ui Ceewlj
of Crmmon Pleaa for eaid County of Ashland,
M the crime of aasanlt wilu intent to oommij
murder, and Ihen and there da'.y aenlened
by said Conn to eonfinemcnt in tbe i'eniitnJ
liej-y ofllhisB.'ate fl'r Ihejerm jof one yenri
and in pursuance of the (aid sentence, the
said Emanuel Riblet la new tenting In lb
Penitentiary of tht 81 ale of Unto, and asking
hat sht thay be diyyrccd, from Ihe said Etnan, :
nel Riblet, which Petition will stand for hear
ing at Ihe next term of said Courrfi . ' '
Ua'ed Ibis 13lh day or HepteHibpr,
m ,.. ," MARY A. EIBlEf."'"
. By Wm. B. McCerly, her A(iy
Seplemler 20, 180J-nllHf , ' J , ' '-'1
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ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OP
a .UREAL ES TA TE. " , .. ,
In pursuance of so older prunted ti
tho Probate Court ol Ash land County
Ohio, I will offer for tale, at publio anoj
tion, on Saturday; the 28th itj of Qpt
ber, 1865, at 2 o'clock K T, npp 'the
premises, the following ofesoribed real et
lata, situate in lot fsountjr of AslilandJ
and State of Ohio: Ueipg tcpty sore
of the following described tract of lt4j
to wit : j ne south east quarter ot seotion
thirty (30), fownsbip twehty three (28
and of range fifteen (16), (save ahd elf-.
ocpt any teres off or tne . nortn.eed or
said q-arter, now owned by Ds'mol L'e
man,') containfne one hundred and ten
sirps, more or less, said twenty acres be,
iog located in Said 110 tore traot of land
as follows, to wit : fourteen acres on, the
west side of said tract lying, and peing
north of the oentre of the Orange, toad,
and tiz teres on tbe etst aide of tht land
lying and lying south of the centra it
the Oraoge toad. : 'i, ,!
Terms of tale, one third in oand( ono
third in one year, and one third in two
years Irom the dsy of sale, with interts1,'
ine payments to do seonrea oy n.origas
on ine premises soia. -. .
1. : v UVIll r.. OlUAULOlri:
Administrator of Wfl1inY Davidsoa, 4s-
Mfted.'' i: :-'.''
September 29, 1885-. A , 'L .
George Stephens, Elal
vs. . .... '.
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BY virtue of an order of Sale, In the above
case, duly issued in the Court ef Com?
mon Pleas, in and for the Couuly of Ashland,
and 8 ate of Ohio, and to me direfle I. T w 11
expose to Salt, at t'ublio Auclioa,n the
premises, a . ,,,
Friday, Svftttnhcr 2$th,.A.JD. Jif- (
between tbe hours of 10 o'clock A. M.- audi J
o'clock P. M. of said' day, the. fotlowinx; A:.
scribed lands and tenements', le-wil fi8iBie
in the County of Ashiand and Slate ef Onto,' .
and more partloularly described as follows .
Sixty acres ef land l'fng fn Green Townahipi
being a part or tne west nan n .ine asna -East
quarter ef reel Ion number fifteen, ( 14),
township number twenty, (20), and range Bo. -sixteen,
(16), on the South side of ef said half
quarter from East -to Weet eighty 'rode and
from north to south one hundred and -twenty .
rods." ;" V . .- -mi
Likewise forty aeies off of Ihe south ede
of Ihe East half ef lbs North -East quartee-of
seottoa number flfleen, (16), Township nem;
ber tweniy, S0; and range sixteen,' (lo),
leaving a Spring at or near the dividing Mae
running East and west to. milium u. n.
Wolfs, so that said lot er grouna win eonuia
fortv acres, more or less, rxeeni one acre aad
one-fourth, situate in ihe first describe! sixty,
erne lot, in Ihe Norlb-Weet Corner. South
twenty rods, and from said corner East tea.
rods, this acre and one-fourth being" to'.d to
Miohkel Towney, in all nearly cigiii ana inroe
fourth aores more of" loss. . " " a .
Terms of Sale, one third cobIi in Im "-)" one.
third in One and one tiird In two year from
day" of Sole; deferred psymenis eouroJ by,
mortgage o$ the premisea, to bear ioleVeel
from da of .sale". , '" ''
Appratisd'at JfSCOO.OO.""-' -
V ' ' , -i. BROWS Hh'erHf."
Ashland; lug. it, 18fl6-nllts pni.OOi
V . ATTEND' THE
Bvolt reepbjrj .
Vi--i Penmanship!1 ry
!' :: ! ; . BlathemaUCt,
". ' rnonograpny. -e
Finy percen'.. disconnl in'faroc' of d iabled
soldiers, Send' fr College Jolimul and Let- ,
ter , ' I
BTJBH & MARSHALL-
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