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THE ASDLVND UNION; WEDNESDiY MORNING OCTOBER i.
?f THi ASHLAND CN10M Ispebllshed ev
rj WEDNESDAY MOBSIHOln Ashjfd,
Ashland Coonty, Ohio, by ' ,
: , J. landU ft Brother,
al ( rnllawin rate at
Towa Subscribers in dtiei, ' 2,60
If nald aftar tha txnlralloa of 6 m'thi. - C.00
After the year hi expired,: ' MO
I. Sabsorlbers who do aol girt express
' notice to ihoooBtraryjereeoBtlderedaiwiah
Uf to ooBtinno their subsorlptlons. -r;
3. -If sabserlberi ordor Ihe discontinuance
ef their vapors, tht publishers eu continue
- t .! th.m onlll til arrearages or paid,
' 1. Tf anh.erlbera neeltel Or refuse to take
rh Barren from tho office to Which tney are
' dlrooted, they ari kold responsible sin iney
settle their bills, lad eraenno ptpar. """'
-..4 . ' .f ' "' " ' '
It eubiarlbcrs remove to nBother place
. without Informing tho publishers, and their
, paper li icnlto IH tormor uirsw,
1 hlil anAialMa.' ' ' '
. ' X. Tha ConrM have deoidid that refusing
":4 take a newspaper from tho elBoe, or rsmor
1 tag ed leaving It BBoallod for, 1 prima fade
.itvidsnse of lnUdd fraud, -. -
: .Thodersiffad, Proprietor! af Kewcpa
Vr, pnbll.had: la .hd, 1. cartftenriea
I, .k. t.,..l. Inoraaaed ozdobMO bf publlsh-
.".,. - i. .a.ni tha following ad
Mmui Kaiaa Tor AaTtruiuKr
i w nt wwnw - - - . . ,
. . .i. . k ilnrllalB IB Our COlumBI, 10 Mil
fort frottagait lit, 1884.
- ni liaa HAK1 A I0OASI
"Sena. llVH.J.nf Job Work, an idTIBOOOf
from 60 to 75 por ooat. dapantting on too
t i iHniB A nao.. Pron'ri Union.
- IiV lift. 8PBENO Proprietor tlmoi.
- ' Aoguit X, 1864. ' - '
A8HI.AND, OCT.4, 1865.
W-Remember thit the AilUnd Coun
ty Fair eomej off on Wedneadky, Than.
dy and Friday next, the 11th, 12th and
18th diyi of Ootober.. i , "
-' ik9W appeal to "tho aged and to th
middle aged to lend a helping hand to
those who are laboring to ut yon and
your little ones from being dragged down
to the fonl-ioented ontponriogi of Afrioa.
Billy to the ballot box and ihow yonr
abhorrence ef Negro Equality and Negro
Suffrage by roting againit General Cox
and bin aesooiates on the ticket. -
'' gar8 ' Buy your Booki, stationery, waU
,',aa4 window neper, Ac., of J. I. Borland,
, No. by Mala itreot, Aihland, Ohio.
tar Buy your drugi, medioioes, pure
-ie, llqnon, &., of S. B. Squire, No.
" S.Main tlreot.'' ' v: ' ' ' : ' '.'
garHooHXl aayi he haa got more and
' greater oortoaitieajn hi itoro , just op
Msite tko Town Hall, than all the Wild
- Bufaloe of the boandlen prariri of the
IgtWi aro enabled to announce that
Mr. Waou, at hi room in the building
anmiito tha Poet Office, hti just weired
nothor large lot of Millinery Ooodi, and
all kinds pf faney artioles requisite for the
Ladies' toilet. Keeping nothing but this
clsst of articles, and all of them selected
with tr for the latest and best styles,
should rooms a liberal share of the
publlo parronsgs. Ashland should al
ways keep up a firrt elass institution of
thli'fctaeV y -':
. is. Dobuhp, nd ' when we say
ftokLAMDwe know they will recollect hit
stand la the buildiug opposite Orange
' Streeti has keen making large accessions
to kit hitherto largs sto?k of Books, Pe
riodicals, Photograph Albums, Wall Pa
per, &o. &e. Mr. Dorland hos been
. instrumental la greatly rcduoing the price
of books, paper, ink, albums and all the
articles usually kept in Such an establish
Kent, and merits, as he receive!, a ret;
large portion of the patronage of the pub-
. lie. Call on him when you come to the
; Fair. - V.
,. ;'v 19-Don'x forget that tho grandest
' hop of tho season will' come off at Mil
Lxa'l Hotel and Town Hall in Ashland,
oa tho orening of the second day of the
Fair.. The' Hall will be thoroughly
cleansed from dust and handsomely deco
. rated, tho best of musio will be furnished
ly tho well known Orchestra Band under
the leadership of Paor. White, and
Mm, tho Host, is making unusual
preparations for a most miguifiocnt sup
per. It will be a'season for enjoyment,
such as Is not often offered in Ashland. .
" 'feirW bate reoeived from Mr. J. 8.
r TaHtBtt of Shelby, Biohland county, s
. softeSmea of Wioe made from the ring-
liih Wine Plant We have invited some
-of our friends to try it, and those who
: know, pronounce It mueh bolter ia taste
. and uack purer than tha Port and other!
siaei told at our drug storea. Tbi ipeo-
imoa rooelTed from Mr. Teimbli, wu
ada from plants grown on hli plaee
tt:ar8holby,'andlt Isolaimed that this
regba of ooantry ia pseuliarly adspted
- toita raoeessful culture. ... The plant
.asslly grown u cabbage, and fifty plants
' Kill make a larrti of tha wine.- This is
certainly worthy tha attention of farmers
of those who hara but small lots of land
from which so great results may be pro-
7 ' JK3T By loviUtion wo paid a Tisit to
the large dry goods esUblishment of T,
' W. Huohss in the Millib bulling op,
posits the Town Hall. He has jut re
' coired his fall stock of goods. There are
immoosc piles of them, of crery deserlp
- tioa of dry goods, stacked up like cords
of wood, and really a "cariooity'' that
should be soon by .OTerybody. We ao-
tioed a large and splendid assortment of
ladies Furs, Balmoral skirts, Sheetings,
loads upon loads of Hoop Skirts, Ladies
Cloaks, Bsskinss, a bugs variety, of no
II , tioni, Queeasware, Carpets, 4c. &o. in
fact everything to be found In a first elass
establishment. .This new, large and good
v stock gives persons attending tho Fair an
ttnuiuaHy geo4 ohaaoa to examine apd
. uj. ? ' - '
tetter from the Armj ;
We cheerfully publUb the following
letter from the army. It shows thepetty
malioe end tyranny that sometimes actu
ate officers of the army. - And. these are
the very men, who, when they come home
ask that their power may be perpetuated
over the men they abused in the armyi
by electing them to offioe. ; We think the
soldiers will ray. pretty unanimously
"not much." - But read the letter, ii . :
Sept., 13tb, 1865.
'' Dxak Wif.I will sgaio write you
a tew lines. I have not reoeived a letter
from you for some time ; they have so far
to come that I cannot expect as many as
when I wu farthor North. . I hsve noth
ing new to writo at this time. I can lay
that soldiering is harder work now, than
when there were enemies to fight We
have one of the meanest men to command
ibis division, that ever had command of
an army, his name Is Major General
Custar, one of those Generals that had
a command in the army of Virginia, or
tho army of the Potomac He baa but
little feeling for his men; no doubt ycu
have Toad of him in tho papers. Ho
has iBiued some of the most stringent or
ders ever issued to soldiers, and he gen
erally executes the sentence. I will tell
yen some circumstances that have hap
pened, which 1 know to bo so. In tbe
first nlace. we set a small allowance of
rations, and what we do get is of an in
ferior quality ; the hard tack we get is
wormy snd lull of bugs, and meat we get
but very little, cones ana sugar, mis con
stitutes the '-bill of fare." On account
of receiving this kind of grub, snd so
little oi it, the boys go out and help
themselves in killing cattle and getting
such other things as arc necessary to sat
isff huncer. None have beenloausbt at it
in our company as yet, quite a number
from other companies have been caught,
and were taken and had their heads shav
ed, and twenty five latlua given them.
Such treatment as (his was never heard
of in a civilized nation; it is a shsme to
treit white men in (his manner, men who
have fonght for their country, or at least
for what tbey were brought - cut for
and tkatCTaa the infernal alegar, and
then whin them because they will not
starve to death. But remember the day
is coming, when all men will be equal-
There is one thing' certain, ana tost is
this, wers this command to be paid tbeir
six month's wages, in less than ten days,
there would not be half of it left, they
would as a general thing, go it on tbeir
own book. I will close by wishing you
well. I am well and hearty.
gt3rThe Fine Art department of the
Fair promises to be unusually large and
. !! a in
ThatGenoral MoROAN, the hero of
numerous battles for the Constitution snd
Union, but not for Negro Equality, in
reply to a question, not by a nigger, but
by a soldier, made the following etnphat
io statement : .
"I amoppo'td lo conferring (lit right
oj tnffragt on the negro, in Ohio, or in
Hit South, or at any futurt time, or
unda any circumttanca."
A High Optulon of Negro Sol
The practice, says the JTut'n jDealer,
now so oommon smong .Radicals, pt do
predating the services of white, and ox
ailing rhose of negro soldiers,, is being
indulged in by Hon, Columbus Delano
of Ohio, for a long time in Congress, and
a mem I tr elect of the next Congress.
In a late speech at Alt Vernon, he said
"The heroism of oezro troons has ad
ded lustre to our history, and, , Kiihout
tM ttgro i. auf, our anniM . voum not
have lucceeded I The negro has fought
and conquered for as, and deserves his
rcwara. ut ai a ngnt to set on juries.
to hold office, end to vot at a fredman
at tht ballot box." 1 -.
How do tho white soldiers like to bs
told that their efforts put down the re
bellion would have been in ' vain but for
the negro, and that without him, they
oever could have succeeded I Cox. D
lino & Co., cannot make "the hoys In
blue" believe that tht negro is their
equal 1 ' ' '. : -
Complaining We hear much oonv
plaining among the returned soldiers,
who have served three years, that they
are compelled to work two. days upon the
nublio highwsy, while the Home Quardi
are exempt by law from said service.
This is another of the beautiful acts of leg'
illation upon the part of the : Abolition
party by whioh the stay-at-home patriots
arc rewarded over the heads of the sal
ient boys who have borne the brunt of
tbe war- how ao toe -boys in blue'
relish this kind or a jokef
Ml. General Morgan ia the white
man's oandidate for Uovemor, and Is op
posed to Negro Suffrage la Ohio or else
where, bow or at any future' time, or on
der any clreumstanees. tienoral Uox
the negro candidate for Governor, and in
favor of degrading the white man to the
level of the aegra Let white meo vote
for Morgan1, and tba darkies vote for
.Cos. . m 4-. ''
'.A Dcmaigogiio. '.
Jobs 8hxbiiat, originally knowa ia
this vioinity as a very poor lawyer, but
by some acoldent eleoted a Senator of tha
United States, made a speech at the Towa
Hall in Ashlsnd last Mondsy night
Hisspeeoh abounded in lice and misrep
resentations. He opposed the taxation
of the Government Bonds. ' Why f Be
cause he is largely interested la them
himself, and hejwanta to be free from tax
atlon, while the fanner, tneehanio and
business msn, is ground down with tax
es to pay the interest on John's bonds,
and keep him independent ia ease and
idleness,' He said nothing about the faot
that he indorsed the-" Helper book, and
he blasphemously thatfked God that be
fore tbe war, Congrats failed to effect a .
eom promise. He, irj effeot, thanked God
that Our country had been desolated, that
a debt of thousands of million's had been
piled upon ui, whioh1 he, Join Sherman,
will not (elp to psyt"becansa iis money
is invested ie bonds. , He thanked God
that there were mere than 500,000 men
who bad given np their lives and. whose
bones aro bleaching upoa the soil of ma
ny a battle field. He thanked God that
thero were hundreds of thousands of
widows and orphans mourning the ab
sence of the loved and lost Out upon
suoh blasphemous infamy. -
After the bond question, he went to em
busing Vallandigham. We only refer to
one of his lies about him. He said that
Vallandigham nrgod resiattnee to the
draft He knew this was false, and we
have only to add upoa this, that if the
people want to hear the U. 8. Senator
skinned alive, come out and bear Val.
next Saturday evening.
He then turned bis pot-house, lying
slang upon Gen. Morgan. : Hesaid Mor
gan reaignea immediately after the battle
of Chickasaw Bluffs, because he wu aof
made a Major General. John Sherman
lied when he said so, and knew he lied
Soldiers who were under Slomn for
months alter that battle audibly, and at
toe time, pronounced U a lie. It was
nearly a year aftor tbst, that Morgan re
signed, snd his resignation was accepted
on account of pv$ical ditalMtu alout.
.TT . -
rre nave not room for further oomment
this week. John Sherman but proves
his antecedents. He wu a dirty petti
fogger snd now he is but a pot-house pol
itiuwu oi mo lowest oraer.
tSr The peoplo and citizens of Ash
land have always borne the well earned
reputation, as a mass, of being just and
generous. Tan fair name should never,
and we believe, mil nevef be sullied.
Prof Isaao Whim, for the last two years,
nas aone more for tbe entertainment an
enjoyment of our oitisens than any other
man living. At great expanse and pi.
cuniary sacrifice to himself be has built up
a taste for musio, and organised and taught
Bands of a usio, that give our town the
opportunity of boasting over every town
in the State in this respect Many of
his old friends, feeling this debt of grati
tude due him are determined that the
debt shall be paid. For this purpose, and
relying upon tbe old time generosity of
the people of Ashland they have fixed
upon Wedncsdsy evening next to give the
frotcesor a benefit Concert at the Town
Hall. There will be both vocal and in
strumental musio in all variety, of the
best kind, a programme of unusual and
tnriiiing interested every can, woman
ou suim in Ainiana snouia attend,
M. B. PAMILBY,
WOULD say ih ftUuB .f.AMa4
and vicinity Uiat he Is bow spaaing a
larg-e M ss of CmpMe Aiiort-
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC
Wild Buffaloed IMPORTaVNT!
z AT ASHLAND
Which were boHfltt at ' Istwit Ca
frira, and wll, sell them on
the One Vrtce igttm ,
for Cuh Only.
. Ha hsi marltd all hl Goods la
His it Ck In part ieoBsftlS o'f
.a-AI.fr , ' -
EMPKESS CLOTU8, "
, ALPACA8, - i
PARIS BEPS. .
MOURNING GOODS, j
BLACK SILKS, ,
BONNET 8ILK8, ,
BONNET RIBBONS, 1
EDGED RIBBONS, r,
WHITE RED FLANNEL
ROB ROY FLANNELS
LONG cV SQUARE,
ZEPHYR KNIT, SHAWL?,
J9Wi would oall the special attention
of our readers, and every body else, to
the brief communication from the State
Central Committee. The skies arc brieht
With none but unite men dlr guard, Ohio
will wheel into the grand galaxy of white
States, and in supoort of President JoH
son and his present policy of reeoastruo.
tion, we may see, sooner than we expsot,
thia Government "run by white men for
the benefit of white men and their poe
tenty." tse-Hmote t be." .Let every
man do his Juty on Tuesday acxt, sad
so it itt'W be. . . .
That General Cot, the Negro Equali
ty oandidate for Governor of Ohio, re-
fu$ed to reply to the many mldiirt that
sent Jhim questions, about his poeitioa';
but immediately replied to tbe impudent
questioa of a stinking leather-oolored
nigger, and afcer the reply received a
shske of the hand and "earnest eongrat
ulations" from this nigger and the sooty
companions that surrounded him. '
Remember that the Ashland County
Fair comes off on Wedncsdsy, Thursday,
and Friday next the llth, 12th and 13th
days of Ootober. - '
IJLT WHAT CAPS ALL TDK t'U I
JL) rloiiiesaow ie ihe large mocb. of
FarrlgnanddoBMatUDryOaoda amd aotioao
Dt lbs war if TOB would aallafr Toar mtu
uliy drop 1b and aerthe piles of
Fall nmd IT Inter Coax's. -J
Wo aro bow noohrlnr tha lamot aid head
aomed atook of LaDIKM FUR tvor broubl
lo Aiblaad. Yun will Snd
. BALMORAL SKIRTS
bylko cord, pyramids of BHEET1509 aid
f! ART LOADS OF PRINTS
by tho grosi
,. ' " . AND T' ' , ; . .-. ...
Basklncs by ihs ten',
al ooat, ftnd Hts at aatonlsliing low pno'ea,
alsa avory tne lot of
Chear. If you would ace yourself as otters
m you, ouy a rise
. Avail yourseUet of the opportunity now
oDereO for great liargains. Urnirmbcr, Alii
lor Dlock opposite the Towa II all, Aablaa ',
UWO. - : a
- T. W, ni'GIlES.
A sir In nd Oct. 4 rolTlf
lien and Boys' Clothing.
On poor Eatt ih 3LXtl$ tt
Xan Street, AMand, Ohio. '
Having last m ired a large and rpleidid
RfSrBCtftLtT infeiai Ihe eitinue of
AabUod ad vlcishy, that Iboy h vj t
pe id a .','
a tow aoara swow w 'iwoa viw,
iboy hatoad lo do boulnoa an rucb principle
as boji loMire iheai a . ' "f
I SHARK OF PATROS AG l t
I ItpMtal BllkiloB fa hWti M itelf tUiti
'tM Mlaet atoCh of FUBNlSKtSft 0(H)lM
' and Bead) -Made Clothing, which wiU bo sold
I cheap as any ether Home ia tho trada. ''
' Cvarv atrlo of GtallaaaaB's Cloliicg tut ,
ad aiado to order, lo rait Ike !' of iko T
wearer, with ti and workauaahip, qual u k
any CI y irado. - ' '
Particular eUeatioa glraw te Towh i ea4 '
Children's oijlt of draea. -i
Catling doao n moti awiea . , ,;,;l
t ow i ora raaaioas aiwart oa aaaa.
Giar Cot says he his seen "the negro
troops fight nobly.' , Did any body ever
hear him lay a word lo praise of white
troopt? ' '..V:,'- '.":'.
CLOAK ORNAMENTS, :
- LADIES' VESTS & DRAWKR8,
We would particularly call attention
to the FUR DEPARTMENT, co.eist
ing of the
f mi s
AH Kin Is,
Ever brought to ASHLAND.
. . MISSES WHITE &
" ,v GRAY ERMINE,
' - MfSSKS WHITE
PRINTS, " ;"Y.
HEAVY BB 01 N,
. BHKBTlNCf," "
CHECK SUIRTING8, -;
v BLUE & BROWN
, .. D1NIMS.
- SUPER COTTON
. ' .GINGHAMS.
Be Lai alio oa Lur.d a variety of
WHICH HE WILL SELL
NO 1 ICE LV PA R Til ION.
Itemy Bmiib, la Athlon I County Cour
llonry Smith etal. J - Common Fleas.
Hen rj Smith of lUrdin County, Ohio; Cath
arlno Andrews Intermarried with Obed An
drews of Ashland County, Onio, : Thomas
Charles of Riohlau'd Cotiuty, Ohio, James
Smith and All oa South of Hardin county 0
i l take notice tb.t a petition was r
iitluat ilium on Ilia SOih dv of September,
A. I). 186, in tba Court of Common Floas,
within and for the county of Ashland, by
Henry Ji. Smith. and is now pendmc. where
in llonry S. Kiniih duuiandnpunliioii of tha
ro.kiwlng real otUle, lo wit : Uem-x Itti aerw
off the eiat ride of tha north oust qutrler ot
teollon number aixtcea. ('"', town.-hip Burn
bor twenty four. (H). uu l lango aumbor ail-leo-i,
(10) ; ibirtooB wink of tho south wool
quirtor of seetioB awmber nine. (0) tewnahiy
and range aforesaid, aad twenty una and ono
fourth acres oil tne nnria mm niarn oi aeo
tloa aumber sixtavn. (1H, tvwu4lp and
range aforercid, ani thai al iho awai leva a
said Court ina sa 14 llonry n. tmna win ap
ply (or an order lint pariiiUn may bo aaado
of aaid promiies.
i . . . HO I 1 A. SMITH,
by Kenny and CampbeD hia Ally s
Ootober 4 bo17 Cw.
JO XXI x , .
.On the 2'.ith of September, 186H,
JAMES GRIBBEN, at hii reiidenoe in
Ctesroreek township, aged 73 years, 7
months and 1 day.. . -,
From early manhood bt has ever biea
a true and unswerving Democrat, lia
politioal aad social relations have beca
marked with honor led esteem. '. .Ill
leaves a large circle of friende to moan
hii ViddcD departure, reace to hii ashes.
II A VINO returned again to Ashlund.
il I would say to my old friends, thai
I am ready to do all kinds of Engine and
Mill re; airing (bat can be done on 'be
premises. Ovorhaa.ing and Liuing En
eines promptly attended to.
Designs and Drawing for Flonrin
aril caw Mills with consultations.
P.T. KESSANK, Eoitinev
and Practical Macbiuest.
Sept. 27-nolGit'. ,
. .. I , . '
8ach as -
LIGHT AND DARK COLORED
BUTS atND rOCIHS' 8CIT3 .
Itoaily got up. ' '
VJS'TH AND VESTN
of oariviia patrraa, of jmorioaa aad FroBoh
CaaaiBMroa, at a oat la I no lmom nyioa,
gibr wlib a Miy aoMrtaaoal ef
Mits and Heck Ties
.llae a large stock ef
exile. 8titt$ mud Drtlng,
which will be eold by ibo pkoe or by Ihs yard
Lower loan la say other EstabUiameal ia
John 8. Fhearer snd 1
Mary Jane Shearer I la Aahland County,
vs. ICourt of Common t'ia
Stephen Durd, at al. j
Sobhea Curd. of AshlaadCountv.and Staio
of Ohio, Sarah Ann lunntngnam, inter mar
ried with William Cunniniham, bf Washing
ton County ia iho State of Feaasylva ia,
William Uuril, jr. wnoso piaja oi rosiaeaoo is
unknown, but sugboaed lo bo somewhere in
tho State of California, and Cathaiins Kurd,
of iho oounty of Ashland, and State of Ohio,
will take notice that petition was Sled
against than on tho gist day tf September,
A. li. looo, ib tne tjoun oi lemmoa rioas,
within aad for iho oounty of Ashland, br
John 8. 8hearer and Mai y Jane Shearer aad
Is now pending, whorein ino aatu Jctin s.
Shearer and Mary Jane Shearer, demand par
titioa of iho lot lowing real estate, to wit
the west half of the north wool quarter of soo-
lioa iwen.y ono (21.) township twenty (2U.)
aad range Aftooa (15.) containing eighty (PO.)
aereo also twenty Svo (iiu.) acre oa ihe
north oart of tha weal half of the soBth wear
quarter of seotioa twenty one '(,) lowdahp
taonty ('JM.) aad raago oneea (in.) ad.thai,
at tho Btzt term of said Court, tha aid John
8. Shearer aad Mar Jaao Shearer will ap
ply for as order thai partition nay be made
a laid premae.
JOHN 8. SHEARER, .
MARY JANE SHEARER
. 'by Wm. B. MeCarty their Att'y.
Ashland, Sept. 27tb,'05-Toi2UnOIO
Mary Ribtot ) ishland County Court oK
va. : V ' Coaisioa Ftema ,
Emanuel RibUrl. j Divorcer ' ' " "
THE said manual Riblol la Wtby Botfa
M that Uary Abb Riblat ba lied h.i"
eiiilon ia iao unto or ino ttataoi tko lours
of Commaa Fleas withla aad few StWCouaiy
of Aahland and State of Ohio, ehargig iLa
said E aanttet Biblet w.lh aaving bB duly '
ooavlnced at t ho July term, t W6, of tht Cou, s
of Otsaos I'Uaa for said County of Aablaad,
4 the crime oi assank WMB lntenl I aoaiBuS
murder, and thea and thrro duly rateaocol ,
by said CoAn.lo eonAnemont in tit reniiee
tiary of lltbt S ato f r tho terra of otjo yen,
and ia rarttmnro of Iho said oeatenc, the
oaid Emanuel Rfblet ia aoW eOttftaod ia tie
Penitentiary of the State of Ohio, and aalii. '
that aha may be divorced from tLa aaid Etna . t
nol Riblet, whioh Fetitloa willntaad fr htaf .
ing at the real tem of said Cooif. ,..
Dated this lHtk dnr or Heplember. a. . '
1666. HAUT A. BIBLtr, -
By Wm. B. MeCarty, icr Atl'.
fiaptembof i'SOSQi ftlotf , -. . , h.(-
7iC hivt a atll befvM turcou'nj )
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
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ihkm ukL 'mum.
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A Slagla Boi af Braadretbi Pills
emtaina nor vrgitable eilrae.ire matter
than twenty boios of bbv pills in tko woild
besides: 6ft y tr hiudrad phvaloilBi us
them la their practice to the exolasioa of
other purgatlTes. The Ural letter oi l hair val
ue is yet scarcely appreciated. "Than they
are bitter knows sudden death an I ooniinutd
fiokasss will be of Ihe past.' Lei those who
know them speak right out Jn their favor.
It la a dnty which will savo Ufa. ;
Our raoe are subjeot to a rduadaaov of
rlUatoi pile at this tenon, aad 1' is a daa
raraua ia it is prtialeot j bat Brandro'h'a
Pills afford an iBvalnablt and efficient pro
taoiioa. Ul thoir eteaaional ato wo provent
the collection of those impurltioa, whioh,
whoa la sufficient quantities, oaae to aiach
danger lo tht body's hulth. Thty aooa curt
ttvor oeaplaist, dyaptpaia, iota tf appetite,
Kra ia the head, atari barn, pain ia Iho
tasi-boBO, sudden faiatnee and eoaliteuss.
Sold by all respcvtabls Dealers in MeJi
ciaee. '--:.:...,-v-.x .
We be leate to Inform tho Public tha . hat
ing purchased our entire Hook of Clothing acd
Furnishing goods al Iho aroewnt fctatt do
cline ia Gold, aad iho oaaon.iMBt deprtcia
tloa IB Ihe raluo or Mtrohaadtao wo are
thorofoio enabled. Billing, and ready lo sell
our uooda tollt la aoeordaaeo wilh that da
clrna. aad whioj eanaot rail la auraet the at
tentioa of elate buyers, cvea al the present
aepreawM state oi tao marati.
Wo guaraatce our Clothing I
FIT WELL OR NO SALE!!
We also have a large aesoruBeat af
rrssieJi, nsflara Cmrptt Bmgt
Don't faille eiamiao tur C lot hia g before
purehaaing elNWbtrt, aaattaty can be aarrd
ny baying al
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M.UX ST. ASIILAXD.
NOTICE is heroby glten that As CV part
aortbtp keretofort nlsllag betwoea Utlu
nyors it mis nay ausoiTtv oy mutual
Tho Boohs will roataawpea for a few woeka
at thaw old plaoa of bualntsa for Sattlament
Thoee haoWing thtmialtes indebted wiU eaU
at oeoe aad ciooe their Scoounts.
HKIIMAM ft MtEBS.
Jaae toik, ,.. . t , -
September 20, lSOo-lwl
REAL ESTATE. - !
In pursuance vf aa Older eranicJ lit
tha Probate l eurt ul Ash laid Cuuoty, 4
Ohio, I will iffii fur aale at publia- auo-
... u.. l.. .1 tu.v J m ft.., . 'w
uua, vm rviuraay. iaa om way in vvw -
bar, 1865, at it o'clock r. ,. apcB. the ,
prrmisee, ike following described real tf- ,
tate, aituate ia Ihe eoanly of Ashland, ,
aa4 8utaef Ohiot Beieg twee y scrte ;
of the iollotriae aWiaooT tnttl of U.J, v
to wit t The south eawi qtiArtcr af section '
thirty (BO), toWatbip twenty three (23). .
aad of raage tfteea (15), (save aad cs- ,
at-pt bii-j Btrta) vm en an aena tuu u,
said quarter, aow owned by DaaitJ Leb
aua,) containing cae haadred aad test '
acres, mofe ot less, aaid twaoty acres be- '
ing located ia said 110 acre tract of Iaet '
follows, to wit : lourteea acres oa tLa
wot aide ef said tract lying and batBaj
aorta of the Centre of the O ranee roal '
and six acres oa tbe east side ef tbe Ian J '
lying aad lying sooth of ihe eti.tr e ul
the Urange road. . . , ?
Terms of aale, one third ia hspd, see '
thiid ia one year, aad one third ia to) .
yean from the day of sale, with iatarts'a
the payment! to be secured by mortgsjC '
oa tne pnmises sold.
JUlliv I'. 8HALLKT.
Administrator of William Davidsoa, do
September W, 1885. 4t ;
ATTEND THE c ,
CAPITAL mi WSWt
TeaaTaashijr, ." :!
Batherngtif;!, ' -' ' y'"
Ykaiucrafilf . .
Fifty per car. dlsomai ia nsvaw of dlstbW4
soWkrs, Send to CtUige Jtataa) id iot-
. September 1 Hmotali. ,
Beben raastaa, Qaardita
... va. ... .. n
WUliass 6 aotr 4 Alary Qaat
BT vinac of aa ordev of aahs duly IsaUaJ
cut af lac Coart of Cttamwa Flaaa it
Job Balaam- - lia Aahlaad Ctuaty
Samuel Sdaaror et al f of Cemmoa tUu,
SaaatMl Maurtr, Amaada Uaartr, EUaa
Mtartr, Loerttia Waurtr. Jtsav Maurtr.
Elisa Dillitr, Uaaaah DIUitr, Urttta tNlUot,
Esaellae Dillitr, Kobooea Jaae Pi ller, Laara
Aaa Dkllia David Mtartr aad Ellli J
Mavrer. ail ef Aahlaad Cooatv ia lbs State
f Ohio, aad Jaoob Usurer. Rteooa Mtletdf
iBiaraarrltd with Daniel Kotoalf, Mary Loea
Bitr intermarried with Jacob teaJtaie, Btawy
wyam naiaaa wyau, aaaaaa wyati, Andrew
Wyatl, traa Jaae Wtalt, lUiabcta Wyatt
LonlsaWyalt. all tf the Conaty cf DtKalh.
la Iho Stan ef ladltaa, wiU lake attlet that
a petit hit was ilad agelat Ihoai oa Ihs Mih
day at Stpttmaa. JL D. IU. la tht CtuYl
of Common Float, withla aad far Ike Cttaty
of Aohlaad, by Joha Waurtr. aad la atw eta
dlig, whertlt tht aaid J oka Mtartr, dtmaads
partiuoa cr tae roiitwttg real aeiata, lyiag
aad aiiaal ta Aahlaad Caaily aad Stale of
Ohio, tt-wiu the north Wttl ejwanoe af icem
tioa six (, ttWBtbip iwtBty (3U) aad raago
iruta 15,1 aad that al tha at at ttra of aaid
CtJtt, the taid Joha Mtartr will apply lor
aa ardor thai aartdtoa may be atadt af aaid
premises. , .
, v JOflS MAtREtl,
(y a B. MeCarty aia U,
Ptptembtr S ?-aolbtJOtf.
me ceoaty of Athlaad aad State af Ohio,
w it n tirrcitw, aoanag aaie aeptcmttr
II, A . 186, I will expose teeale at Fab '
lie dacifoa, ea .. -
Monday, OctUer 23, A. D. 1865, 1
ktaivasattaea kY k.atawa .f Iaa L'-l i. A t ...I 4
wrtrtatnam tarn tavvat a va avaa tT aMmsft g tHi m4
t'tuek P. M. of said day, al the Court House
of said Aahlaad Coaaty, Ike folltwiag dt
scribed buds aad leaomeata, situate la ike
County af Aahlaad aad (Male ef Chio, to al.!
Ulag the wott half ef the loata-Oaat quaru
ef tee'loa elghtooa (18), township t.'n-,.
tae (11), f raage aiittta 10'), cu&tt.ii.it.
eighty atrta of laad, Store or lass, aatirraa t
iiotpllng cao-kalr aore sold for a Hchoul
Hoase lot oat af lac Berth wtsk tor ate aai
doosrilod la a doed te aaid distriot. . --
Terms ef sale cask ea day cf aale, ' 1
Appraised al t .
- . j.o. tnow.tu..
Sept. , 1865-11 pf-aJ,
the ahdrs!ctd wish trjbatj to tnjt
thai they kttp at Utit XsiTrrry f m
lles,oa Maia Street, eppoaito t : -ri ,, o
bstl Shop, good, taft lionet and tu.n, N !
Uarriagta, Ie Itt It raliaMt rattoa,eri al a4
Ubmc oaths atost ttHi lerma.
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