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' "'Probit, the Philadelphia murderer, U
tot tieoated 4ine 8th. At bif own
reqtiasrt o oa Will bo allowed to Tint
i Vint ia tbt meaotitat bat his spiritual ad
t titer and tho cfflcialf. :
' Mr. Jeff. Davit ted bar ear-rings ia
.;, (tki leeping- oer.oe tbt Hudson River
fiailioad, oo bar. lata trip through New
. Tk.;,'TW ' forwarded to ber bj
lba Booet"'Bdnotor."r." '
Tiara was bat one death from Cholera
."' It the New York Quarantine oa Saturday
nd to new casta. ";
. -; Foot hundred and thirty-four thousand
f jjfegroes an bring supported by the Got-
ore meat. ;..-;. '','"'
t ! JU1 ov the State, tbo Democracy art
. la inotion, holding conventions, appoint
ing delfgatta to the State Conentioo,
' and orgaoiting for an early and vigorous
campaign. Thia isuit should be, and
' tngors well for a glorious triumph of tbt
. aid, time honored, Union Demooraey of
the 8tat, next fall. .
f lira Jeff. Davis being about to set op
kooaa-keepinc at Fortrat Monroe, went
. W to Norfolk to get groeeiiet, and came
back loaded with presents j&f all kinds,
metaling pamber ol choice bouquets,
, One hundred and tevealy flva defierent
ttylea of lata, it ia estimated, may be
wanted on the ladiea any fine day in
Broadway. Ton art aot obliged to be
:.Tba ChieaM Hea-. tava that Hon. A
Cojamioga, Governor of Colorado, who
passed through Chioago oa Thuraday, on
Via VmI. wnorti the crcsent soDula-
tioa of the Territory at from 15,C00 to
. . .The Marion Mirror cot a new aubseri.
" bar tbo otber day ia the person of Mrs.
' FoTroneha", aited 85 rears, who boasts of
n Iimk Tlamnent all Iitr lila-tiroe
TeiemheriDg every Presidential election
Iron Jefferson's ia 1800 down.
"About $160,000 were realtted by the
Baltimore Fa,ir for the benefit of the
-' Southern eeopte. Liberal.
Itowta T. TTizfalL the aoted Ex-Sena
for from Tae, hat arrived in London.
. aiWTwrn i rum uuwu uu icnci,
. vsis daya in making lb) passage
' ' It waa for tamo time a question what bad
t become of him. -"
I&altieoeeasion of Ben. Butler's re.
ojfni.'jrisit to Harrwburg, Pa., a member
' of the Legislature offered a resolution to
Inquire 'of the Major of Harrifbnrrf
whether a beast can be exhibited without
. lietaaa.'' A motion wu before the
'-1 fioW to lionixe Butler.
.. . Itb asserted for the third or fourth
time, that Chief Jastiec Chase will preside
' , at- tha trial of Jeff. Davit. Judge Under
wood, in bit charge to the jury which in
dicted Par ia, aaid be eonourred in the
-. opinion mat ma icaaers in tne reoeuion
. -wjaj in iieaicn aa irauura or juuo iuc
"iiies ; but that in imitation of the lat
i' :Praeiietit Liuoolo and of "tbo Great Ru
. Icr of iba aoivaw, whose judgmenit and
, jetribuiiona are slow and sore, we should
tf proach the question ofpuishment" with
' "all pesgible deliberation, caution and
teineuey, to that no' unnecessary blood
' aball be ad.ded to the torrentt that have
aoaked jbo toil of our beloved State "
' George,PeeL.-bii fcpor at tne root
r'rOwaseo Lake, New York, was arrested
ftif Hi raurder or his wife,fhd breaking
jail, fed to Canada lie waa delivered
' up by the Canadian authoriiiea and the
' ofieerV vera bringing him back to An
v burn,, when aear that place the prisoner
aa permitted to go into the saloon of the
-' ai klon, and r maining an unseasonable
time tit fiJSaert discovered Feet bad cut
Maltfoat (rati aar to ear with a raaor.
lUi'ditd ia Cfer minutes thereafter.
"iJamtt ' Rtopliara, tbo' Fenian Ilead
Ceater, bu arrived ia New York, tud i,
. ,:bie,axtiaitely Uoniaed la that eity.
- ' TboNaiioaai Cemetery at CoU Iltrbcr,
; tirgioia, waa' coro?'Ud on the 1st of
.f ay.aadtfedieattd'by a formal raising of
" tbo "ftat and atripaa" oa ibe ataffin tbe
-'eenret'aT lb i grounds, and the tinging of
. t4'fitt Spangled Banner" by those
e$TtMoy Tkt toui number of bodies ia
.,1,30050 eoutniBtioned oScera, I ehap-
' lalif: 9' rron commimioned officers, and
.C45 privaUa, .Uiiilet , 1,245 remains not
eantiUcoV ' , '..
' "Aa attempt will be made in the Senato
; : ae"ptM Senator Henderson t bill restrict.
4f i Frtflideat't power of removal
,- lomie"'itioataaBaa.Jr ; t
T.t?,A nloaed veaterdav at lSOl
4 TbeOraad Jarywhioh incite ted Jeff
' I ser JlreaaoB alto foaaA traa hil
asnst J oha lC.,BreckiDri(i8a. ,
Xwbila laborer, waideo ofQii'riey,
' ' wtnt into a aeiro brothel there oa Wed
asdy alf;httf For tome eauao or other,
j. wtnohea atrippad aim after beating Dim
'- . nnmereifullv. tamed him into the alrtet
: In that condition. St. Louie Republleaa,
1- f;m4'bu right Ua lad wbusi
ttbara.. - i V.
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Few persona depreeaft more keenly tbo
infemperata uaa iof ardent, apiritt and
drunkenneat thaawe do ; .and we,truat
we fully appreciate its deleterious influ
ences upon the morale of the people and
society; but while wa thus deplore the'
habit of drnnkenneea and the general
tendency of intemperance, we bavo an
equal horror of thorn political demagogue
who attempt to foist themselves into of
fice under the pretense of reform and the
enaction of atriogent laws regulating the'
tale of intoxicating 'liquors. Drunken
netn, like any other ap:iee of immorality,
cannot be cured by atringont laws. Pu
ritanism baa tried thia in vain j and we
can assure those who aro trying to get up
a polilioal issue on this lutpct, they will
be equally as successful in attempting to
legislate men into tbo various Chuichei
of tbe land by itriogenl laws regulating
their various consciences; for in both in-1
stances they will signally fail. If the
reason of men cannot be reached, and a
consciousness of shama and mortification
be produced over their druoken revels,
and. the ill consequoneet to themselves
and suffering families, it will be in vain
that prisons, fines, penalties and proseou
Horn are appealed to in the hope of put.
ting an end to tho habit.' On the 4th
inst., a mast (7) meeting composed of
four or five ministers and about ' ti'yJit
other political hack, met in the Town
Hall, in Ashland, and resolved that the
civil authorities of the County bad been
derelict in enforcing tho laws in relation
to tbe sale of Intoxicating liquors; and
that tbo time had come when ' tbe
friends (?) of relorm and temperance
should insist on a new organisation of
"temperance leagues'' to put down the
evil. We congratulate . the Republican
Party on ita sense of returning deeeney
and consciousness. That party is guilty
of causing all the intemperance in tbe
land; and where else eould tbercforin more
appropriately begin than in the ranks of
that party ; and henoe tho apparent nrg
leet to invite others than their own party
in Jhoir late call for a convention is fully
explained. The imputation cast upon the
Court and others in reference to the en
forcemeat of the laws, is groundless and
false. We venturo the assertion that not
s single instance can be produced, whero
there waa a complaint before the Grand
Jury, and the testimony sustained the al
legation, that a bill was not.fo.und,. and
tbe psrlies duly arraigned and tried. The
attempt, therefore, to impute negligence
of duty, and corruption of tbe Court and
others, is simply malicious, and comer
with a bad grace from these whose duty
it is always to speak the truth. , Why,
then, tbe incrcaso of intemperance f
The question is easily answered. During
the prosecution of the late war,, the pul
pits of the country were so intensely en
gaged upon the cry of blood, war, pesti
lence and ruio, that so long ts there were
Southern homes to rob, bouses to burn,
people to imprison, and niggers to free,
temperance, and almost every other social
virtue, was wholly neglected, in fact,
during tbo enlistment of the soldiers,
Jiuiikenness as smflcd upen, and used
as aa engine of power to induce the poor
follows to enlist for the slaughter of their
countrymen in Southern climes 11 The
saloons had a free run, and never in the
history of this country did theyaccumu
lated 'wealth so rapidly. Having com
pleted tbo task of enforcing tyrannical
decrees, orders, inipr sonments and Con
fiscation down South, and having ridden
tbe nigger to death, these follows return
with appetites whetted for a new side is
sue ; uence tney sow desire to turn their
at tec lion to new victims to confiscation,
fines and imprisonments at home 1 They
start out with tho assumption that the
Democratic parly ia no friend to temper
ance ; end hence the holy twelvo propese
U get up a new party composed exciu
sively of Republicans or such aa will be
controlled by them and manipulated into
the Abolition party. Thia trick will not
win. Tho Democracy are not responsi
ble for the druakennoss that now afflicts
tbe country, and especially tba Repnbli
can t arty, itie v,onsu:uiion oi uiim,
n .. t i
framed and adopted by" the Democrats,
prohibits the istce of license to tell in
toxicating liquors, and the statute, also
enacted by tbt same party, affixes severe
penalties frrjsclling intoxicating liquors
to be' drank ia and npop tbe premises
where told. In the face of these whole
romt provisions' of 'tba Constitution and
Statute, the Black Rcpullican Congreit
at Washington passed laws' llcen;g over
ont hundred thousand saloons in Ohio at!
twenty dollars per bead to sell Intoxica
ting, liquors, thus spitting upon our Con
stitution and defying Mr Statute and the
moral sensibilities of the people) and,
therefore, tba Abolition party ia responsi
ble for tbo prevalence of thia great evil,
if such it be, ia Ohio. Having pat their
filthy fingers into tba pockets of every
saloon Keeper ia Ohio and filched there
from twenty dollars for license, and hun
dreds (of excite, these piont gentlemen
who vert to iotensa ia their luyaliim at
to dtfilp their pulpits' ly political bar-
ratico-s it advocacy af tba war. and who
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i..:.u. . i. . j.u.l lc .rtf-L..Aul Ynw Pau. I
Insisted upon our arrest becauta wa dared
differ with (hem a that subject, now at
tempt to assume jbat wt art tbt authors
of imtemperanee and rciust to enforce
the laws. O, Shims 1 Surely truth B t
gem of rarest price. Now, if Congress
bad no authority to thus, thrust asido our
Constitution ,ad laws,; the jmqney has
seised and approp:iated, for tho lioeni
of orima in our midst, -by thia Abolition
Administration, was not only an outrage,
.but an unjustifiable robbetyof tho parties
thus licensed. I If, on-the ground of ley i
ally and necessity tho act was right, then
these new loyal reformers are guilty of
grots disloyalty, for they art attempting
to swindle the Government out of four or
fire millions of dollar annually'. Wo
cars not which horn they. take. A great
crime is being committed by one of fie
parties to tbit new issue. If this Admin
istration is committing a great crime by
authorising the salt of liquors, let these
political backs, who are becoming so sens
itive, appeal to their Abolition Congress
and insist on the repeal of these wicked
laws oi whiqh they oomplain, and tease
to calumniate those who are neither the
authors of drinking nor of tbo laws. Go
4o your drunken Chandlers, your Sum -
ncrs, your Steventca, your Howards, and
your President, in sack oloth and ashes,
and urge them to remove that a bich is
demoralising the land, and thus etriko at
tbe root of tho evil. You can deceive no
body by your "new leagues" and present
movements ; we have seen the elephant
before, and know all about his color and
An omission occurred in the following
sentence in the correspondence of Hon.
M. Mat, which we published last week
"The Great Moral party passed fewer bills
than they paid." ' It should have read,
"Tho Great Moral Tarty passed fewer
liquob bills than they paid." We hope
the Honorable eentlemen of tbe Aboil
tion persuasion will be satufied with the
Probst, tho murderer' of the Deering
family, has confessed his guilt as the mur
derer of eight persons, against whom he
bore no spile, and from whom tiegot no boo
ty. One by one he entioad hit victims to a
barn, and, with a heartless ferocity thai
has no parallel in the annals of human
butchery, hacked them, to death with an
ax. According lo ma own recital, the
sight of the blood of his first victim made
him drunk. He seems to have fairly rev
eled in Iho fiendish work cf assassination.
His confession will bo found on our firs
page. " ' !
, v -:- WISE. '
Hon. Henry A. Wiso delivered a lec
ture, recently, at Ihe Orphan's Asylum, in
Alexandria.' He spoke of the war as aim -ply
a conflict of sovereignties, saying he
was not responsible for bis act as an indi
vidual in obryio'g tho voice of his State;
he bad taken no test oath ; there was no
power to mako him take one; ho was no
traitor, nor were those who ought for the
South ; nor hsd he taken an oath of allo
wance, for he was no foreigner to be not
The Teat Oitlli Prononnced Un
constitutional. Thero is no doubt now that Ihe Su
a . aa .1 r f. n. .
preme court oi tno unuca ctaies Das
decided the Missoari test oath jinconaii
totional. Hon. Frank - P. Blair, in a
speech made at Macon Mission, Mo., on
Monday, ssid :
"I am here to day my friends, fo tell
you tbst ihe Supremo Court of the Uni
ted States'havi already decided that this
Constitution is invalid and void. I was
told so myself by oe of the Judges of the
Supreme Court in Washington, and he
told me in adJition that the only reason
why the announcement of tho dtaition
was not made waa, that tho minority of
tboso who held that the law was coceiitn
lional (four Judges holdbg it constitu
tional and five declaring it unconstitution
al) was the four who begged that th4 an
nouncement might be postponed till the
next term, which meets in December.
(A voice '-Until after Ihe election in
tbis State ) I bat languago waa not
used, but it amounted to that I can give
my theory of this mailer, and I. tell you
what 1 know and what Ihil JudxJ tild
ne. Now, what I would say to you would
be this i If toy rettittrarrefusca lo lakt
your vote, nobody can lake the oath at
least nobody can take it without perjury.
I biliovs it was intended by urate to ex
olude every body who was not williog to
Tbe Supreme Court it doing nobly.
It bu overruled . both military eommiv
tioat and test oatht. It will undoubted
ly dispose in tbt tamoma manner cfoth
tr Radios! tntrmities.
Gakrisor, Iht old tinner, bat latter
day patriot, .who kept alandina at ihe
bead or nit paper tut motto t "The in
stitution and Union a league with death
and a covenant with hell," lo the banquet
or ibe "Fort oomter Ulub, sent tbe fol
a The $tted Imreachmenl'i
altf AtdrewJoknto. from the ifi
dithantri 4 jrlv'V.i!:. a lis rip:
Srnopitla of GcucrMl Lawa Ptuw
ryd; b (he IglalaHire, 1
The Legislature;- which, adjourned on
the 6th ujt., passed one hundred and six
ty one generaV laws snd forty-two Jocal
ones, among which are the following :
A 'aw changing the manner of peti
tioning for dower (nun ebancerr Droo-:e'd-
1ngto that by petitianodcr thej code ajl
Authorisinir tbe clerk of tbe Court to
issue- warrant to the (Sheriff command
ing; him to carry into effect the aentence
me vrt in cases oi muruor. ip me
rt degree; p . ji O .
Authorising: the construction of sewers
In all cities of the second class, and vil
lages containing orcr . two thousaoiL in-
nabitiots. v ' : '-. i
An amen jdent to tba . ditoh law. It
arovides for eleaoinc out, deepening, wi
dening or repairing ditches by petition to
tbt township trustees.
, Amcndine Uia law exempting from ex
ecution the property of volunteers in the
service of the United States. Does not
extend to regulars in tho United States
terticc. ,n . '" ; ., ..-': ..
Transferring all balances of tax levied
for local bounties remaining unexpended,
unclaimed and unappropriated iu County
Treasuries to lbs eountir 1unds or such
particular fund as in th opinion of ihe
Commissioners will boH subserve the in
terest of their, respective counties.
- Authorising County Commissioners to
allow. Sheriffs sujh enmpensation as they,
may deem reasonable, for keeping prison
ers not exceeding fifty ccn.t per day.
Authoruin- the issuing or new bonds
by municipal authorities, and to extend
the time fur their redemption. '
. Authorising County Commissioners to
empower County Treasurers f employ lo
csl collectors of delinquent taxes
Authorising township trnstees to levy
a tax to improve cemetry (.'rounds.
Authorit'ins County Commissioners to
establish 'Children t Homes.
Requiring the person performing
marriage ceremony lo make Ihe return to
the rrobate Court tuning the license:
, Permitting-married women to make
contracts for labor or materials to improve
real estate held in her own name De
signed to allow, liens ' cpon bui'dings
orected on her own I nd under contracts
made by the -wife, without being joined
by her husband '
Transferring Ibe' commutation money
remaining unexpended, to the several
counties, in proportion to tho National
Guards and the number paying commu
t&" We see it staled (hat astronomers
disaovery that (he moon is drawing grad
ually nearer to the earth by about an inch
every year. Wo shall keep watoh of tbe
moon machine, and inform our readers a
day or two before hand of tbe exact mo
ment when our little earth and the afore
said moon will whack asainst each ether
like two hpineBo billiard balls. Don't
(hcrofor, lay awake nights looking out for
the smnsh-un.. ;
IS Dt.. content, with tbis astounding- de
velopment tliog live us huiot No. 2 in
the announcement that Ihe day is about
tne (tie huiiarcilin (,J a tcicond longer
than it was Iko thousand years ago
I'ro-di-gious ! Isn't that bringing things
down tro'lv Oner 'Arc not these star-
gazers "big things" in guaging tims and
spanning the heavens ? - Is it lo be won
dered at. in vie ol Una last disclosure
that mechanics arc nemanding that eight
bours s'. all be a day s woik 7 -
We wish the fci n'ifio fosril who bai
given the. remit of lira observations ss
abovo, would plcoso inform us whether
pork snd beans, aro a ataplo nrtiolo ol
lamiiy consumption in tne moon irticlb
er niggers Vote whether Ihe man in Ihe
moon it a rinnegan ond whother the
inhabitants believe in hell Ore and a devil
Please inform Us by return mail, postage
paid, whi n wi it ill ''research," further in
the sciences, and propound other snd ex
haustive queitioas. ia CVom Demo
TO THE DEMOCRACY OF
The Doneoracy of Ashland County are
requested to meet at Ibe CorjRI IIoutK,
IN Asnr.AND, -. .. .
Saturday,' ay 19th, 1366,
at 1 o'clock P. "H P for the purpose of
nominating are delegates and firo ator
nafs to attend the Stale Convention, to
bo bold in the City of Columbus, on tbe
24th of Msy, and for t!ia transaction of
such other business as may ecme before
the Convent icTh. Turn out, friends, snd
especially tht members of ths Central
Committee. .xv " '
.. .i JiP.OOWAN.
....Cfiii'a Dtm Ex. Com
T. II. Bakiir, M. D.. 1 1
W. 8. BaTTLaa. M. D.
' L. 8. B4tWIADSM,
A. 11. AItkiw. .
BAKER, BATTLES & CO,, BANKERS,
: ' ' ' ASHLAND, 0.', April S5, 18CS.
Wr have tliladm'nninr4 an Otrirn nn Mnln
Street, In Buthmll'i New Bulldlaa;. for Ibe trans
action of a general Banking Builnew. We re
eM money on dcpntlt, par Interest on llmo
dcpotlu, buy and sell Eastern DrafU and Oor
ernmcnt Bonds, purchase (lold and Silver at
highest rates, make Collections at all accessi
ble points In the United States mid Canadas. and
dlscouut approved paper Bevenue. Stamps for
Sale. A dlsceonl of two and one l ilf pur cent
uowoa on purcuaset or iwani aoiiart ana up
v .. . BAKER, BATTLES A CO.
W"E REFER TO !
J. H, MoCOMBS, Esq., Ashland, Ohio
ISAAC GATES, Ett., - '
T. C. BUSIINKLL, Ibq.. , , , .
J. D. JONKS, Esn , , "
J, W. SMITH, Esq., , '
J. C. LAUWII.L. Ks.i., Loodonrilte 0
0 3. DEY ARM AN, Esq, , .. "...
Mr. ABRAUAtf PLANK, Lako Tp
ELTiIR M. WORKMAN, Wooster, 0
JJF.CIIANTS BANKERS, "
J. D. J0NE8, AgrarTiCTaTaTrrX
Ja4WtMSV W StS MMSSW l
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i .i..,un at oaan uuij appointee, a
I lialralor Dahnni. f th v.,.,. n s0CKf
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The Place to Get the Best
One Door East of the Post Oflloe,
rnai 8 la the testimony of hundreds, wh
X' dally vltll their sfaeioua rooms. - ,
, Frot Vf. l. EDW'BDS.i '
Jualljrlht, moat Ci labraled I'holegraphev ia
tins part or unio, la the Arilat or the esiab
lijmcnt. ' '
Ccriea ef deceased friends, and otfaerr. ex
ecuted in sulendi a Hjle ; In India Ink, Oil
naier coiora. -, ?-vj
All the varieties and fillet, at reasonable
All work fu eranletd to )1enre. l'bolo-grapha,-
ibaiypts. Airbrotjrrr, G(H.. in
abort, every variety and 'eiyle kuowa, pro-
au;u at tuit eitawisuwenu : . u
Call and see na. ona and all.
'Spture I he liadow'er Ihe aubatanee fades. '
May 0, 1800. . . . ; . ' ,
THE OLD STONE CORNER" AHEAD I
IIAYE YOU SEEN f
' Lf AVEZ VOUS Wt '
IIAUE.N' SI1 GESEUEN?
Tho immeoso STOCK of
Groceries and Provisions !
That Is now ou exhibition ard for tale at
BRUBAKER & WINBIGLEn.
Which eonsiats in part of
i .- SUGAR.
; MOLASSES. '!
Which will be sold on (be system of .
1 i' r- f
"Quick Sales and Small Profits"
T M E. MBQMiESTr PKHai
' WILL BE PAID FOR
AND ALL KINDS OF
Farmers, here is the pl.ve lo buy your
and tell renr Prod nee. Drlnjr it alont lo tt
"OLU 010 ( 'OKMJ U' West of Iht Miller
House, AnhUad. .
; lUtUBAKER k WISBIGLER,
Hay 0, lMtui uaa 18 . .
ASHLAND k WELLINQTCN
rpilIS fApular Line of llacka, leavos Ihe
JL Miller Home, AiblonU. on
Tuesday, Thunttav H Saturday
of eaoh week. lle:urning ; leaves Wulliug
J Munthiy, Veihetifuif and Friday
MorMlois of rack week at 8 o'clock.
EspreMi packntia del I erf d prouipll.r. and
all erranua eniruwtu lo me -uut'cnlguoi
0. J HAMILTON, Propriotcr,
May 10. 1800.
The tnberiher has a rmtH
lot of thorough bred Infunladu
Amirican merino bucks and ewes
. (more eoaiinnnW known as Spau
Uhi for aala at R. . Gluddin's. in I'errva
Tills. Aa these ahop wl.l be on eablbliion
nut a raw uavs, persons Witt do well lo ea
ana seeiuem. t. w.ruyiE
May 10,-lw49 . . i - I ,. -
. NOTICE. .
Ljjt n ron sjlei
ri HIE underlined baa come lo Iht conclu
sion io sell liis tim Im now lives on,
situate in Knox lowmlilp, llclncsCouniy, O.
Then Is 200 acres in said larm, l&Oolvared
and nnder good fence, Mouses llama and (i;
ch.irJ, waiered wiih springs t there is seven
different veins of Cial, iheie is eue Hank
open and In tool order, anoihtr will b
open in a few days. A wilWU anj lime un
til ihe Ural of Peplember. For further par.
liouiars inquire or
' not6 8w. -til -. . i
MILLINERY AND DRESS-MAKING I
; I Un, 8HEPARD " ,' I
WOULD HESrtCTFUl LT ANNOUNCE
le the Pulilio that the has moved her
Millinerv Esiablfshment In ihe Rooms for
merl oeoupled by HcOormlck & Mason, one
oor wast or me Town nan, AMiiana, unto.
hert the It receiving a large Elock or ,
" MIZlt-EHir GOODS
Iof all kinds and ef Ihe very latest styles
which aha will dispose of at vary low n gure.
Alea is prepared lo do Wllllntry work ef all
kinds, inoludlag Unit and Cloak Makiar.
i3Gittmtae.il, m t. ,).. i.
4 -7 4,
( II ASHLAND,
tT.ET I' tt,N8 hls4hajik to all hit alsVtHwsls
and euslohiers for she rery libaral cat-
ronige ihey sjeeordtd.'to him. whi)a engaged
In bu'Ioan berhrk.i sr. ... ..I .
ter, Iwg. oikoh ..'T7'""vT w
In Iht building two doors Wet' of the i lllef
Ilouse, aud three dpors Raal of the j)toa Cor,
ner, where he will be pleasad la ate all hit
old friends and former eanomera. Ha at-.',
i era nimiHlf that ha wilt ha shit to pla all
who may wish lo purchase k 81'LBNDID'
STOVE m Superlur; il .. AND, J.VPKSSW
Among romt et tbe mani (as JBurves pftV-.
ad, are tnoae gsms rir cooking, Ta6fftr tho
UNION MONAROH. v. n
Which eannot be kuipassedltn ihis.W any
other eountry. I also have every vailaty of .
I'arlor, Vjjice and Vuuk 6'tonci, l
Either for Coal or Weo'd. s , ':" :: ''11
File da emll 'and eiamlae my Bteek tf
Stoves before purohaslng elsewhire..
IS3, Dm'l forgot ihe plnca, three doors
we of i lie Miller iloO'e. where yod wiH ldi'
me ready to give ion bniviUi. ' - ' '
fbitil uesiiuru. :
Nor. lit, 18 fyia - iv ' .
. REMiWCTOTl fir SONS,
HAftUrAllUHL.lt'' t ;
Slusketi and .Car bin tM,
For the Vailed Slates 8rvice. Alse
POCITKT H N V BUT REVOLVER",
REPEATI.NO PIRTOto, RIFLE
' RtHES, ; M 's . ::.i''it
Rife A ghol Oun Barrels. A Ona MaierikSS'
aotdby Que Dealers and ihe Trade generally;. .
In iheseday of Housebreaking and Has.
bery. every House, Store, Duk and Oslea. ,
sbou.d have one of
Parlies desiring lj avail themselves of tbr
lata ImproTdmeuis In Pistole,'' and Wptriet"
workmanahlp animrm, will anu ail cobj
hincd iu the New Remington Revalrert.
Circulars coninlnlie cole and deseriotitsi
of cur a.'ins will be furahhad apoa applica
tion ' I - . ;
UEMINITON A t0Na. Jlion, New Tart.
, Moore & Nichols, genia, -
(lyl7) No. 40 Couriland 81. New Tors.;
. ROAD NOTICE. V .
TI1E undersigned respectfully Inform the '
('ommMoncrs of tahland t?oun(y that
liev have Bled ft leitin fnrs pabiif road.
becinnini Ou the township II -e between leads
owue-t by Robert Mart and David Dowlia, 1st .
Clca-creck lowa.hlp. Aaltland. Courtly, and
running south on said line neiwren arenoaa ;
ihrre nd four in -'id tow: hip till It inlar- -seots
Iho rmd leading Irons nfnrjulrn Drown't
premises lo S.iv inu.ih. Wa repreaent lka(
ucli a raid would be of public betttOt.' aad
pray iliai yoi iu ly. nt your next S'stioii, ap.
point a Hurveyo. and viewers lo lay out tad: 1
aTinb'Llr said road. ' V - Tr . 5 H
. i...,- JOHS R.CXRVEU, ., .
lAVin DitWI.iN '
April 21. Ml-tw - AN1 OrHERS.'
F AS.TH ORSES
- The subscriber wishes everybody I e know
tl.e' ht keeps ai bis Livery Stable,
n Main Street, oppneiie Eppler'e Cabinet
Shop. gooJ, safe Horsea and Clean, Neat
''ariiages. lo let lo reliable lusiomars ol nil
iluies oa t he oioit reasonable terms. -
. J, n. tiPKINOtB.
M.ty2,lSliO-7lf ' ....
TfAVING riturned again to Ashland,
II I would siy to any old frieftds, 'that
aru roaly to doalj kinda oi Engine and
Mill rcf-niring that can bo dona on tbe
premise. Overtim ing and Lining Eo
"iues prni ily attended to,
IVsi(ii and l)rwin ' for Flooring
tnd Sasr Mill with conuliotioni. ' '
P.T. KKSANR, Knalneer .
, , and I'raotical Magbinest.
Sopt.27-nolGtf : ..... . , .
COfTUELL & DICKEY, !
Commis3' on Merchants
jhieHrbattSfrt trealtTtn '
FLOUR, GRAIN, PORK, URQ SEDS,
Dried . Fruits, K V s
No. 08 Merwiar Street, Cleveland, OhlsV,' t
Uaftrto National jjlif Hank ,: .'.
, SCHOObTAX N0TIC3!
The Eleotors or the School District of tbo
Village o. Aahland) are requested to meat at tho
Town Hall building on Saturday, list Ibat, be
tween the hours o. ona and Uva o'clock, P. M.,
and vote on the question or a levy of an addi
tional tax u.' ecven mills on the dollar of tho
la Ic pr iperty o' said OTstrl t, being ttfoa,
and illw upon a'seleclion of a she for tho balhJ-
lug of an additional fiakool, HoaM lor Primary
and Secondary scholars i and also for the levy -.
of an additional tax of one mill on the dollar "
for the repairs of th,i present School House -
- - oorucror ipaooaraoi taucalion, t
JUUN HUB1N80N, President,
April It, 18CD. ; ,' , A- ..
SEW UAVEN, CONN...,', . t ., 'J
Oassh Capital,-f 300,0001
TUB jSECUBIW .INBUttANCE COilPAHT.
- j - iof Xtw Yark Clif- ':'-' l
1)00, 000 1
NEW VORK ACCIDENTAL INS. COMP'T,
it ii.m,i.- Tflt. far hnrtf
lirgugai ist ACCIDENTS OF ALI KINDS ,1
CASI PfPlTAX, " j i i5p.W.
The MORRIS FIRE AND INLAND WS. CO.
-' J W ftao Street, New Iork :
Jiff . tf L '.t. lat