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Tha weather bag been very warm
in Una locality for Several day past.
4" A great doal of our ipaoe this
t;ek ii taken np with the Report of tbe
Countj Iaflnuarj. .
The oall of tbe Democratic Cen-
g AfiHLAND, JUNE 13,
(ral Committee for the Primary election,
WiH,b. found in to day's paper.
lu .. : s '-
CoUET.-Tbe June term of the Dis
trict Codrt wis held in Ashland on Fri
ijay and Saturday last, ", Judge Sample
Or 'Ashland ' Gas Works keep eon
'ifpljf oip i hsnd lor sale, best Pittsburgh
' and Mauiion Blaok-Smith 'Coal, Fresh
Water, an White Lime, Drain Tile of
CTerj sfte."Fire Brick. Clay and Cement.
To Candidates. We will commence
publishing tbe names of candidates for the
different County offices, next week. Our
terms will bo, for subscribers, 12,00 ; non
subscribers, $3,00. , All announcements
gnusi bejiaid in advance ''' " '', .
91 Ml I M ' .11
"Zikk." Our readers will find a very
interesting letter from the able and racy
pen of our Milton township correspoo
tlont, "Zekk," in to-day's piper. He is
c after the Abolition bigots who attempted
.to organize A, so-called "Temperance
l league,", a few weeks azo. Hit them
again, "Zkki ;" they deserve it.
RrjttAWAT. On last Friday afternoon
s young man drove out o( the MoNulty
House alley at a 2:40 rate, and, on turn
ingdown street, bis sulky oap sized, spill
ing tbe ehap out, and slightly disfiguri. g
3i physiognomy. The horse ran about
"half a mile, breaking the vehiole all to
pieces, i,, ,;. - ,
Thanks. We sre the hapry recipient
vOt a handsome and tastefully arrangod
boquet, the kindoess of Miss Clara J
oof Lima,-r-the fragrance and beauty of
. which adds new charms to our Sanctum
It is truly refreshing to be presented occa
''eionally with such displays of nature's
richest and most beautiful ornaments.
cLifo would, indeed, bo dull and gloomy,
. ..were it not that flowers enliven snd adorn
its pathway. To the fair donor, we offer
,,our thanks. ; , '
I. 1 II
"Oh, Minstrel strike that note again."
The young gentlemen who favored us
iwith a Serenade on Saturday night last
have our thanks for their nocturnal visit,
' Which was appreciated as well for the
. feelings which prompted it as the sweet
musio discoursed. We hopo that their
pathway through life may ever be reso
bant with the sweet notes of health, pros
1 ferity and happiness, and when "life's
fitful dream is o'sr," may thoy eaoh one
tune their 1 voices and instruments
sweeter strains "on tho other side of Jor
dan.' Tbe next time they visit our
Sanctum, W4 hope to have an opportune
ty of giving them a fitting reception.
n '' Firs. A firs broke out at about half-
, past six o'clock an yesterday morning, in
the little frame building, on the North
V V1UO V . A4"lli., Mtl"( "f,v" "J ''
Carb as a Millinery establishment.
. Vteolion Fire Company No I. was at
Stern in front of Green weld's Store
' Van three minutes alter the alarm
was lvLtnd j(ltel. throwing a'.l tho wa
tor out of it,,rooeededj with grcat rapid
uy w tne oistei. in tha rear of lba Court
Hanu shJ t -
, throwing torrents of nn th hum
ing building, and the jUmea were soon
"UDguienea The firemen rWvo
.itW-iii a rnur pruiuptness ana energy,
i, j We did not learn the amount of the
loss snstaiped by Mr. Cabb, but it was
not heavy. Tbe building was eoneidora-
fily damaged, but it would not have been
muoh loss to the. owner or to the town if
it, had been destroyed. . Such oribs do
not enhance the appearanoe of Main
Btreet. '-.I ', ... ..,
And wa would very respectfully, io
this eonneotion, call the attention of the
Town Council to tbe Importance of hav
ing the oistern on Main street repaired so
that it will bold water. It bos been two
years since it was built, and it has been
of no use in cake of fire, during all that
iThe oistern either ought to be repair
ed or filled up. , Will tbe Town Counoil
attend to this at onbe?
A Republican Washington oor-
respondent says that while the recon
traction proposition now nnder disoua
I'iod in the Senate, is much the best prop
osition yet discussed in either House, it
is by "no means as good as nothing at all
would be.l Unquestionably this is true.
W Boy, the best 1 Buy the Singor
19 A few weeks ago, a number of the
citizens of Savannah, with throe or four
students, organized themselves into a mob,
and made a raid upon a little grocery
breaking windows, doors, and doing con
siderable damage. Tbe student who
were engaged in it were immediately dis
missed from tbe Academy, for a violation
of its laws. A week or two ago, a number
of students, who had nothing to do with
the disturbance, wero arrested npon the
charge of riot, and bad an examination
before a Justice, and were discharged.
A motion was made for a new trial, which
came off on Monday, and the students
were again discharged, as there were' no
evidence adduced to sustain the oharge.
From the fact that three-fourths of the ri
oters are citizens of Savannah, and not
students, it appears to ns like an organ
ized effort npon tbe part of some evil-disposed
persons to injurs the Academy.
Professors Boyd and Frauhjelter, as
do all good eitizens, deprecate snob acts
of lawlessness, and the attempt to oast re
proach npon them is unjust in tbe ex
treme. Death or D. K. Hull. It is our
painful duty, this woek, to record the
death of our late friend, D. K. Hull,
Esq , of Ilayesville. On last Saturday
afternoon, while on his way from this
place to his homo, he was thrown from
bis buggy, receiving internal injuries
which caused his death in half an hour.
In hii demise, Ilayesville has lost one of
its best and most enterprising citizens;
his interests were clearly identified with
the growing prosperity of the town, and
no man added more to nourish and atsist
in its Improvement. He was strictly an
upright man, kind to everybody, yet firm
and unalterable in his principles and con
victions of right. To say that he had
some faults, is to say that he was human,
but few men leave bobind a olearer reo-
ord than Mr. Dull. He was a kind
husband, a tender parent, a gonial friend
one whose natural refinement and na
tive appreciation of feeling j whose up
right constancy and manly adherence to
friendship's vows, made firm friends of
all with whom b cams in oontact, and
in whose memories he will-live through
all time. Only those who enjoyed and
were honored by bis friendship, really
knew hew thoroughly compatible bis dai
ly walk and conversation were with the
exercise of amiablo and generous feelings.
Mr. Hull was not an enthusiast io bis
political sentiments, yet few persons su
stained a warmer attachment for the
Democratic party than he, and was ever
firm and unflinching worker in the
cause, Ills adhesion to toe pany was
purely a patriotio one, believing it to be
for the best interests of the people and of
the country. He was honored at differ
ent times with places of publio trust, and
at the time of his death was Justice of
the Peace of Vermillion township,
On Sabbath afternoon his remains were
taken to the M, E. Church, in Hayesville,
where an able snd eloquent discourse was
preached by Rev. Dr. Diefendorf; after
which his body was followed by a vast
eonoourse of people to the oemetery,
where tbe Independent Order of Odd
Fellows performed the last sad rites over
tbe body of their departed brothor.
Peaeo to his ashes, and ever greon the
memory of the noble hearted one who has
gone home. With his family and friends
wc unite in mourning and sympathy.
Resolution of Mohican Lodge,
I. O. O. F. Ashland, Ohio, V'p-
on Iho death of D. K. Hull, of
At a special meeting of Mohican Lodge
a committe was appointed to draft resolu
tions in regard to tbe death of Bro. D.
K. Hull of Conoord Lodge, Hayesville,
Tbe committee reported the following,
which was unanimnnsl adnnted
Whereas, Our brother D. .K. Hull
was on Saturday last suddenly taken from
Rcso'.vcd, That in tho death of Brother
Hull our fraternity have lost one of its
most loved snd valued members.
Rctohed, That ws sinoerely condole
with the bereaved family in this their sad
misfortune, and that as Odd Fellows, we
say the widow and orphans, at all times,
shall be taken-oare of.
Setolved, That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to tbe family of the deoeased
and be published in the nowspapera of
J. D. JONES.
J. J. JACOBS!
H. S. SEE.
i tgu Sorrows come not single. Hun
dreds meet with misfortunes a? every
turn of the great wheel of life. Suffering,
sorrow and sickness are the inheritances
of roan, Dyspepsia has olaimed millions
as its victims, snd for years there hss
seemed to be no reliable remedy for it.
Cur readers will rejoioe to hear that Coe's
Dyspepsia Cure will certainly euro in ev
ery instance. All its attendant afflictions,
like cramps, olio, indigestion, siokness
of stomach, souriog and rising of food,
siok headache, general debility and want
cfsppntite ari sure to yield to this Curo.
ASHLAND UNION, WEDNESDAY
Messrs. EeitoRS. The abundant rains
that we have been favorod with of late,
have given nature a thorough washing, and
vegetation sprightly spriogs up rubbing
its hands, and smiling under the influence
of woleome showers from above. Every
thing looks fresh and blooming. The
crops are growing rapidly, and despond,
ent faces are scarce. Corn that a week
ago looked yellow, sallow and tender now
regains nnusual strength and promises us
a favorable crop. ;
I learn from atttheatie authority that
there were two caseB of poisoning in the
western part of this Township last week.
Two children ate some wild parsnips and
became seriously ill ; they a;o now' entire
ly out of danger, and improving rapidly.
Owing to some misunderstanding, the
."County Temperance" meoting held aj
the Town nail some weeks agt , had no
delegate from this township.- Whether this
was tbe result of over-llouing on the part
of the originators, or because no suitable
delegate oould be ohosen is yet a mystery.
I am inclined to think the latter. Mil
ton will not commit hersolf into the hands
of a fow R. It's , (Radical Reverends) to
act ts a support to the dying and hope
less, cause of Abolitioninm. ' That gomd
will not gib). Milton faithful now, as
she ever has been, and ever will be, will
not turn aside from the faith in whioh she
has so richteouslv triumphed. Neither
will a thousand "upecial correspondents, '
with as nisny different non de plumet, to
the Cleveland Herald" servo as a prop
agator to such (utile and eontemptibti
maohinatious. More anon.
. . . .... Zekb. ",.
IQ. The Maok-a-ohcck Press, an Ab
olition paper published in Logan county,
in this 8tate, is in favor of setting Jeff.
Ilavis and every other political prisoner
free. It believes that Jeff Davis is
much better man than Andy Johnson,
who it calls a "traitor to the Republican
19" A Republican paper in Pennsyl
van a stated mat ine soiaiers '-wouia
. .. . .i ii- .. ii
vote tho way they shot," when be rcoiv
ed tho following noto from a soldier :
"Now. Mr. Editor, we shot for the
Union, and not for tbe negro, and we In
tend to vote for the Union, and not for
the negro . This is all I have to say.
A Republican Soldier
HAW II I E K,
On the 12th Inst., at the residence of the
Dride motner. Dr tne iter. J. Komvsnn. sir.
JACOB BRUBAKEB and Miss AGNES HUM
EKICKI10USEK , both of Ashland.
We wish this young couple the full realization
of love's fondest anticipations. May Jake never
forget In the multiplicity of trials that besiege
mortals as they Journey through tlits vale of tears
to love snd cherish the fair one habas selected
as a companion as one more preclons than the
brightest diadem that adorns the crown of the
richest potentate on earth, remembering that a
good wife is Heaven's hut and best gift to man,
and that she will be his angel and mlnlater of
graces Innumerable. In connection with tho
foregoing, we return the thanks of all bands,
the "devil" included, to Aooik for the kindly
manner in which she remembered them.
By the Rev. Jno. Robinson on the
81st of May, 18CC. at the McNully House
Ashland. Mr. 0. T. BULL, and Miss
ANN MAURER, both of this oounty.
On the 27th of May, in Oraoce town
ship, of consumption, Mrs. Nuroissa Mo
Conncll, aged 51 years, 8 months and 4
- On tbe 20th, her remains were convey
ed to tho Presbyterian Church, in Or
aoge, where, in the presence of a large
congregation, an appropriate sermon was
preached by the writer ; after which her
body was consigned to its last resting
place to await the trump of God, which
shall bid it arise. She leaves a husband
and two sons to mourn her death.
o. B. n.
ashland prices viihuest,
Corrected Wbekli by
BRUBAKER & WINBIGLER.
At the "Old Stone Corner:
Where they keep constantly on hand one of the
largest Stocks of Groceries, of all kinds, ever
u, aouuuju uivo mem Cftil.
Flour, per barrel $12,50
n neat, red, perbusbel... ...... 2.25
Corn per bushel.............. 65
Oats per bushel.......... .... 40
Rye per bushel ............ 70
Barlev per bushel.
Potatoes per bushel.... .. .
Butter per pound.... .
Eggs per dosen.. ...... .... ..
Cheese per pound....
Lard per pound.. ......
Beans per bushel.... .......
Dried apples per pound......
Clover seed per bushel........
Bait per barrel................
Timothy seed per bushol........
Ham per pound..............
Shoulder per pound............
Baoon ......... ...........
No 1 white fish, per half bbl
No 1 Pickeral do
White Bass do : : ...
Ilerrinp; do ' ' '
Wool per pound.. ...... ......CO to 65
Wood bor eord ..8.00(315.00
Cuul per ton.... 6,00
ROWDBD HO UP 8,
ONE PRICE ' '
' ' ' TRIUMPHANT.
ALL GOODS MARKED IN
PLAIEI FIGUHES .
W buy entirely for CASH, and ean and
will sell CUEAl'ER than any other House in
Ashland. Call on ua before purchasing, and
be convinced by actual comparison, that the
only place In town Io got bargains is st
LOOK AT THIS.
PARMELY'S PRICES CURRENT!!
Best Calioo, 20o.
Good ' 12
Best Brown Sheetings,.... .4-4 22.
i( n 4-4 20
i ii ... 4-4 18
i fine " 4-4 25.
ii ii ii ...8-4 15.
Best Bleaohod Muslin 4-4 85.
ii ii ii ..4-4 80
ii (J ' ' ....'.'...4-4 25.
. ii 7-8 20,
ii ii ii 3-4 15
Best Btrlnedj Shirtinsr. 30o.
DeLnnes, best makes, 25a
Chalie '."..1 25o
The place to buy Carpets at
Low Figures.; A splendid stock
just received. Call and see
GROVER & BAKER'S have been
awarded the First Premiums at every
Stato Fair in the Union, for the best fam
ily Sewing Maohine. For Sale at No. 1,
BUY TOE BEST, BUY THE
CHEAPEST, BUY AT PARME
LY'S, Ho. I, TOWN HALL. .
Remember we have one price
only, 3 and iGo6d8 ' marked in
I : -I
HOTICE TO TOWNSHIP TRU&TE8.
NOTICE is hereby given that from anl af.
ter the date of this notice, no bills r ill
be allowed by us U the Trustees of any
Township in mis County for keoping out
door paupers, unless due notice be given t
the Virsctirs of the Ashland County Infirm
ery at the time such relief is first afforded.
' ' i 1 MS. McNAULL,
- M. LATTA,
Directors Co. Infirmary,
June 13,1860- 61
. NO TICK '
Adelaide V Morgan 1 . In Achland.County
John H. Morgan, J Com.non Pleas.
JOHN H. MORGAN, whose place of resi
dence is unknown, is notified that Ade
laide 1'. Morgan did. on the llh aiy of June
A. D. 1800, file her petition in the office of
the C erk of the Court of Common Pleas with
in and forthe County of Ashland and Slate
or Ohio, cbarging the said John H. Alorgan
with having a former wife living at the time
of solemnizing the seoond marriage with
the petitioner, and asking that she may be
divorced from the said John Ii. Morgan, and
restored to her maiden name. Whioh peti
tion will stand for hearing at the next term
of said Court. ADELAIDE P. UOKQAN,
By Win. B. McCarty. her Att'y. ,
Ashland, June 13, Owl
FIRE INSURANCE Oil
. OF NEW YORK, N. Y.
Condition ot the JVorlh Jlmeri-
can fire Insurant Company,
On the 31st day of December,
18G0, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pur
suant to the Statute o." that State.
; NAME AND LOCATIOxN. , "
The name of the Company is the North
American Fire Insurance Company, and is lo
cated at No. 114 Broadway, New York.
, I CAPITAL. , - ,
the amount of its Capital Stock,
all paid up. is . 1500,000 00
. ' II. ASSETS.
Cash of the Company on hand,
and In the handa of Agents
anl other persons, $.8,022 85
The Bonds and Stocks owned by
. tbe Company, mark :t valuo. 382,817 60
Debts due the Company, secured
bv mortgage. 216.660 00
Debts otherwise secured, . 39,050 00
Debts for Premiums, 14,703 52
All other securities. Interest ao-
ei ucd, Bills receivable, &o., 25,809 70
Total Assets of the Company $751,653 57
Losses adjusted and hot due . 17,421 25
Losses unadjusted and losses in
suspense, waiting for further
proof, . 16.180 87
All other claims against the Com
pany, 8,818 70
Total Liabilities, $26,400 82
. . IV. MISCELLANEOUS.
The greatest amount insured In any one
The Kreatesl amount allowed by the rules
to be insured in any one city, town or vil
lage Ao Kule
The greatest amount nlbwcJ t) bo injured
in any one block No Kule.
Tne amount deposited In any other D'ate,
as security for losses therein, IH1,IRJU. Do
posit required in Ohio herewith xaue.
Sne of New Fork, ) is.
County of Ntvi York. J
Jamea W. Otis, President, and K. W.Bleeck-
er, Secretary of the North American Fire In
suranee Company, being severally sworn, de
nose and say, that the foregoing is a full,
true and oorreot statement r f the affairs of the
said Company, that the said Insurance Com
nanv is the bona fide owner of at least One
Hundred Thousand Dollars or actual uasn
C vital invested in Stock! and Bonds, or in
Uortgages on Keal estate, worta aouoie me
amount fopwhion I lie same is mortingca
and that the are the above described othcra
Of saiJ lnsuranoe uompany.
j. w. oris. I'reMUent.
It, W. BLEECKER, Seoretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, this Clh
day of February, 1W0.
ISRALl TilUS. Ii. TIHIllHEliL,
Fivx Cast Stamp Com'r. for Ohio in N. T
Office of the Auditor of State,
Cohmbut, 0., February 7, 1866. j
It is here'iy certified, that the foregoing
a oorreot oopy of (he Statement of Condition
of the North American Fire Insure 4J0 Com
pany of New York, made to and filjd in this
efGce, for the year iHtitf.
Sial.j Witness my hand and seal officially,
JAO. H. UUUMAN,
Stamp Auditor of State.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
To expire on the 31st day of January, 18C7
Office of the Auditor of IState ")
Insurance Department, I
Cohmbut, Ohio, February 7,'66.J
Whereas, the NORTH AMERICAN EIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY, located at New
York, in the State of New York haa filed in
this office a sworn statement of itsoondition,
as required by the first jeotion of the act 'To
regulate Insurance Companies not incorpor
ated by the State of Ohio," passed April 8,
1850, and amended February 0, 1864 j and,
whereas, s iil Company has furnished the un
dersigned satisfactory eideiiee thit it is pos
sessed of at least One Hundred Thousand Dol
lars of aetual oapital invested in stools or
bonds, or is mortgages of real estate wor.h
double the amount lor which the same is
mortgaged; and, whereas, said Company has
filed in this office a written Instrument under
its oorporate leal, signed by the President
and Seoretaiy thererf, authorising any agent
or agents of aid Com pany in this State to
acknowledge servio of process, for and in
behalf of said Company according to the
terms of said law.
Now, therefore, In pursuance of Iho first
seotlon of the aforesaid act, I, JAMES H.
GODMAN, Auditor of Slate for Ohio, do
hereby certify that said NORTH AMERICAN
I'llUs INSURANCE COMPANY of New York
is authorised to transae t the business of Fire
and Marine Insurance In this State until the
thirty-first day of January, in the year one
thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven. '
Ssai In witnms whereof, I have hereunto
1 ; eubieribed my name and caused the
' s'eal of my office to be affixed the
IStampI day and year above written.
, ,. u , . ; JAS. H. GODMAN,. . .
., s : . : , Auditor of State ,
H. S. SEE, Agent. .
' .ri ' ASBLAND, onto.
May 00, 1800-8w61
Truth Is 'Mighty
MUST PREVAIL T
Thereiore. let It be known, that
Is the oheapeat plaoe in town to buy your
CLOTHS, CASSIUERES VESTINGS.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
It is also found that you can get your
at lower prices and in better style,
than any ether place in town.
MR R, McNABB,
who stands at the head of his profession as
. Cutter, is still in eharge of our Manu
and be can therefore insure
Good Filt and Stylith Gurmenti in all
We shall eontinne to keep the very best
Goods Io be fount in our line, and to do lust
as good work as ean be done in any city.
Give him a call before making your pur
chases, and you will find that the above
statements are true. '
May (1, ISCe.
.,. ci-:. i ' i -i til;""
GREEN k BUFF ; r-, ,. V
' x & PENCILS,
ALBUMS & -v rv
PHOTOGRAPHS, , i
PICTURES & - :'- ii
PICTURE FRAME it
BOOKS 6 StATftiraYl;
OF ALL KINDS.
. i i-.i.i
. 1)1 (III
In eonneotion with other Goods kept In
first class BOOK STOKE, can be bought at
REED'S NEW BOOK STORE -'5
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
' Please call and examine our Sle;l(.
Country Merchant! can buy of ui at
Cheap as at any lluute in the State.
LADIES Call and see our large STOCK, off
BOOK BINDING CP ALL KINDS EPNi
43T Piolui-es Framed oil short nclicd; at k
Mansfield Prices. ' '.,
Don't Forget .the Plac:
In the room recently occupied by WillUin"
f.alsion, and nearly opposite the Bank.
t. it, ullii s ami.
THE OLD STONE CORNER" AHEAD
: ' ".'
IIAVE YOU SEEN t
L' AVEZ VOU3 Vl'T
HABEN 8IU GESEfl ttN t
The immense STOCK of : '
Groceries and Provision !
That is now on exhibition and for sal at . '
BRUBAKER & WINBIGLER S,
Which consists in pari of . ', '' -'' '
lime, ': '
PLASTER. - j
WATER LIME, -SALT.
meal. . ... ',
OILS, :-. : :
&0., iiC ,
&n. . '
. .. ' '
Which will be sold on the syBtem of
"Quick Sake and Small Profile." .
WILL BE PAID FOR
AND ALL KIND3 OF
Farmers, here U tbe place to bajyour ' tt
. .'1 J
finOCFRlPS A W ATIANC f f
- - v. www - v . v i
and sell your Produce. Eilnir it along to the
OLD STONE CORNER West of the Miller
Uouse, Ashland. ...
BRUBAKER & WINBIGLER. I
, May 9, 18Ui6ml8 ..4.
' - ' --..,.-
A. & G. WrRIALWAY.
On and atler the Hlh day of May, 186(1
trains will leave Athhnd as follows)
GOING' IS AST. ' 'f j,'.1 ;
Express, , MSA.U
Way Freight IftOT-'.,
Through freight . 8:40 f: Ii
Expresa . . . 6:45 "
Through Freight ' ' : 10:24
GOING WEJT.' . ' . .
Through Freight ' 0:20 A.
Expieas . . " lo;07.
Through Freight " 2:1P. U
Way Freight , ; 1 f ;. - :: !:0
Eipresj ' :-' 10:24 m
The above (rain will all carry psweiigc
. TAKE NOTICE. . . ' -
aii penoni indented to tbe estate of
Nancy Sloan Deo'd, bjNota or ntherv
wise, art requested to call and settle their
aoeonntt aoon. - - . --it'
-' DAVID SLOAN. Adm'r !
Foa Sali. A first rata Piano at
great bargain. Also, a Woat A. W-ilsoa
Sewing Machine;,.. For information call
at this office , 27 tf ;