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ATTORNEY AT LAW,' Aahland, 0. Partlo-
laf auenlion paid to Collecting "and bu-'
r,aineia in Probatt 'Court.' ' Office on Church
a.reet, between Main and Bandnsk.- -
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Chireh Street, in the brick building i
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PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON, Ashlam. Ohle.
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treatment or the following apacial dlaeaaea:
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'.1 8AVANMAH, Atkland County,
may ilwiyi be found it hit Office, x
eebl.Ob Saturday ind MonSay: (8mS0
JEWELLER and Silrer Smith, one door Wel
. 'af Petter'aDrug giore, Aabland, Ohle
.Gold and Steel Pens, and a eholoe variety
AT Jewelry kept eonatantly on. hand
. tfighe it plica paid for old Qold and 8ihr.
.Bplring"dona' to order; on reasonable
terma Satisraottfrlly warraaUd f y
HAYBAJ. 4RQE ASETOatJiENT OF FrjBl'
Hure, coniiitlng of Tables, Bureaus, Bad
Btaada. Chairs of ever? dasorlnlion. Ao;
they keep eonstantlv en hands a lot of He.
tallie Burial Cases and Caskets. Having 1
stew Hoarse thv will attend prjnptljtofun.
lisls la any pan of the county: Furniture
taadf tbrdei. Rm on Door East of the
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Dili Arp U Clled Belore lb R-
.Conairaciitii ajommmee up
prcBMd Tcsttitionr. '-
Mn..H!ntTna'.!j rKlncdr will nnK ana
M.wiH evidsnoe., ilving ieen Kioe'a
lettiBMMiy:. bciurt tp Ueetruciipt uom-
mUtee. 1 biv felt jorwr iliihted because
BO menlioh, sipt been, made of, nine. I
fPPPPtc t haa been uppresBed,t feat I am
DOl 10 U lua iu.-,inr ooacurjvy. war
0aftt17.i1 tht epooial jury, and, by and
bjthii buainca willgo up bolare it on
appeal. The record muBt go np fair and
eoipleto,ind tnoretore I II tike ipccaiion
to Kike public "bat I awore to, I said
1 gpoa aeii more, tntp 1 can put aown,
Mr. Editor, and at (hit , time myranguage
waicoDsidcrediDjpudetit, but lhcvrtbouebt
that wm ill the better for their aide, for
it illuatrattd the rebellion spmt-r-I beard
en ol 'ena lay :. "Let blm go od4-the ru
ling puaion itrong in death. Ilee good
Stite'a evidence" ' ,'
When I wu pnt on the atmd old Bout-
well awore me moat fiereely ird lolemnly
I speak the truth, the whole truth, aod
nothing but the, -truth, and I observed
that be was then entertaining . about 1
nirt of double rectified, ind It looked
like it bid aoored on bli stomach. Old
Blow wu setting off on one side with the
uiemoraoduni book, getting ready to note
down somo "garbled extracts." '
Old Iron Works was Chairman, ind
hen be nodded hie Republican bead, old
Bomwell, says he : Tour name u Arp, I
belie; air T" j
"You reside in the State of Georgia,
do you ?" .. '. ': ' r,
"I can't iiy exactly," soyi I. , "I live
in Borne, right in Ibe loik or two injun
rivers.; ..'. -
' "In Ibe Steto of Georgia n.'aaya ho
IcreeliV'' 'V -V. ,,r
via 8ttn ot uncertainty ebout thit,"
ey I., "We don't know whether Genr-
eii is elite or. not. x would : like tor
vou io elite joutself if you know. The
. . . . ...
sta'fl 01 me country .requires inoi 1111s
oiatUr should bfl nettle, end I will pro
ceed to elite "
"Never miqd, sir," says he. 'IIow old
ire you, Kir. Arp : . t
'That depends on oircums'nccos. ' says
I.' "I don't know whether you' count the
list nve years or not. jjunn .ine war
your folks said (bat a State couldn't so
cede, but that while she was in a stile of
rebellion fbe ceased to exist. Now you
nay we got out, and shint go bick igain
until 1870. A man's ige his got seme-
thing to do with bis rights, ind if we are
not lo vote, 1 don t tnink we ought to
count the time. That ibout as nur as
I can come to my age. nr."
"Well, sir," aaye be, "are yon familiar
with the political sentiments of the cut
tens of vour Slate ?" 1
"Got no citiiensyet, ir, thtl ire know
of. 1 will think you to speak of ui 11
fetmU."'.. - . , ' ;
"Well, ir, loya i... I'll hnmor vour
obstinacy. . Are the people of jour
"Don't speak of it as a State, sir, ifyou
please, I'm on oath now. and Vou must
excuse me fur being particular. ' r Cull it a
'Mr. Arp, are ibe i)e of your rcc
lion sufficiently bumbled ind repentant
to come back into.', the Union on auah
terms as we may think propef to iiu
poeer- .. ,
"Not much , the; ain't," sayi I. "I
dont think they are prepared for it yet.
They wouldn't voluntarily go it blind
against your hand. They lay the deal
wasn't fair and you've marked the eards
and stole the (rumps, but at the same time
they don l care a dirn whit you do
They've become indifferent, and don't
eire nothm ibout your Quy Fiwkci bus
inees. 1 mean no respeot to vou, gentle
men, but I wu iworo to tell the whole
truth. Our people lin't a notioing you
only out or curiosity. They don t expect
anyihing decett, or honorabld, or noble
from you. and they have none to work
diggiog, plowin and plantin and raisin
Kicht here the nab with a tiemoran
dum scratched down a garbled' extract,
and old Boutwell says he : "What do you
moan by that, sir f What infereno do
you intend f" ' ''
" I' m sutin' faots." savs I. "You must
draw you inferences." They are raisin'
boy children. Any harm about thitf
Any trciBon r tan t a man tiiae boy
children f . Perhapa you'd like to amend
the Constitution and atop it I Old fbar
eob tried to Hop it among the Iarolitea
but it didn't pay. He finally eanght the
dropsy in the Ked Sea. We are ruin'
boo children for the fun of it ' They are
a good thing to have tn the house, as Mrs
Toodlea would lay." . .. ,.. lit 1
; "Mr. Arp, are not the feeling! of yoOr
people very bitter leainst the North f" '
"I beg 'your your pardon, sir, but you'll
hive to split the question, or else I'll hivo
to split the inswer. Our people have a
very high regard for honorable aieo, no
tie-hearted men, and there's a heap ofem
North, air, and (hero is a heap of widows
aid orphans there , we art sorry for ; but
as lor this here Kadical party, they look
upon 'em like they was hyenas a soratobin'
up the dead for livin', it' s u nalural to
hate 'em as it Is to kill a snake. It's ut
terly impossible for me to tell the strength.
ind length, ind bight wr'uih
...:.. 1 h br that pirty. Thoy
And upon Radicals as u as well, aa
beggar on horseback a busiard nJlin
round a dead eagle a suok ogg" dog
ereepin" up to the tail oft dead lion,
They talk about hirin' Brownlow to abnse
'em, to use language on em like he did a
few years ago when he spoke againat
Pfyae; Ifthey do hire Brownlow, b,q'JI
srmtter 'em lie'll daub 'em atl oVer, and
iHme Vm'and sfobbeVon 'era about right,
(ind i'f will sticky "for Hie "pofeVtr'e ' open
and! their morals 'spongy." Td'like to
stfrd off about' ten 'ruda and" bear him
spread himself. It would be worse than
eqwit-gutTfuHorcow "slo'pVind Ib'ive
no doubt,"weuTd "give '"tenerul;"! .eatufao-
tion-,"'. ' --------- "' i-'
"That's' sufficient Vr, says' oil B ut-areH.-
"If ft" was in'thelr" "power to disb,
lieuld youVpeopTe "renew Ibe ffglitr' .
,,;j"Not unless they could fight the Rad
icals iluno, and all the world ajsreo to
'hands off?" 'Even" 'then "there' wouldn't'
be no fight," Tor we" e6urdi ''f ' catch' yon."
"What ' do your" peoplo " say upon the
suDiectoi negro equality r
ii"Tbey soy Wi "a lie, sfr It" ffon' "exist
by natnro Yn'oT never can Tn" pfiotioe.
oiks were hot created froo and equal.
bit may"bo" "theoretical truth"," but iti
irways been"' praclical" lie. "There's
grades of " society " everywhere." "There's
mfj l give me siaewaix to, ana mere a
men thit give it to mo.' There's men that
I vote, and men' ' Dial vote me, ind" the
grades up, up, step by step", from niy sort
to Dir. Davis and lur Stephens, Ueneral
Le. and Howell Cobb," Ben.' Hill and
their sort ', Kf they aVe th highest In the
nation; and thuu I gwb'it goes down, down,
down to the niggers and tno iiepubupans
the Radicals', ' and thaVs" as lo as they
run, ; There" dih't hi e'qdality",' Vud you
ean't make ono." "We'll "vote the niggers'
oertnin. I'll -voteTip", and Tip'a a 'head
center.' UVH Vlte iboUt forty," ind the
first thing yod know we'll elect seven big,
blck; greasy niggers to Congress; We'll
do it'certain snVtfif of em eighteen car.
ata ali-onir; with Afrludrf tadok "ThO otb
er rebel 8raies 'Will do' the Sadie" thing,
and you'll hive about fifty "bfonf lo draw
seats witb; and yod caa alt stick your legs
upon jour desks 'together ind swap lies
and vermin;' and' be slmmpooned at the
same shntf," and the lair SeXes cah 'tfet to.
gcther in the -galleries' and'isir bfdors",
their cent about' protn'BcUOnS. Vie give
you a fulltcnefit of your" Vim Rights
UilL, see irwe don t. ion go on niay
your cards.-- WCart'indlrt our tinio
We are paying your taxes ana your du
ties and flack rations for' 1504, ' and li
oenscs, and your Intertill " revenue, ind
obeying your laws without hnvm Any
hand in makin ''em; "and wd are cut off
from pen Ions', and public lands, and you
sold a poor man's Btilf in my county the
other day' because be couldn't pay your
tax on some peach brandy he stilled fur
his neighbors two years ago; and soon
you'll be selling the land for land tax, and
you're tryir.g your best to play the devil
eilraMY , bl JUU ll MIVW I. .lia
11.. . I .. . nnll .nK l In h l..n
run. Sec it you don t talk about Pen
ians. . . When Ihe good mon of the North
and South all get together, they'll, walk
ovef Ihe trick so fast that yon went have
time, to net out 01 the way. You II sub
aide into obseuriff," and your childred will
deny that their 'daddiiji ever beluiicl to
such k party." ' Excuse nie gonllemcn but
I'm a little excited". Five cents a pound
Ad Cotton wil excite anybody that mnkn
it. Tax on Industry oh sweat and toil
Protection tariff for Pennsylvania, and
five cehts I poilrid on Southern cotton
half. Us. averace worth and. .your folk
will manape some 'way or ptber to steal
the ether half. My advice to you is to
quit this foolishness and begin to travel
the only road to peace.
Old Blow couldn't keep up with his
carbled extracts, , , . . .,
' "What makes thePresinoot so popular
at the South r'
"Contrast, air contrast. The more h
ain't like your party, the more popular he is
He would treat us about right; I reckon
Ifyou would let him ilohe, but"j5d be
deril so that sometimes that nc don 1 un
dcrstand himself. I don't think he knew
for a while ' whether his peace proclutna
lion restored the Writ of hnltat corput or
not. But you ED on and impeach him
and that will bring matters lo a focus
1 11 bet you d be in Fort Uelcware- in
week, and the Southern members be here
jn (heir stats, snd ihev'll look around at
the political wreck and ruin and plunder
and stealage "that's' teen" -going- nn, and
they might" cxelaim" to the language of
the poet, "
. , ' Who's pla here aince I'ah pin gone t"
"Mr. Arp, supposo we should have a
war, with England or: Franee) whit would
the rebels do T" -.v . I ,i JI:riA OT ....
'."They'd follow Goneral Lee and Gen
eral Johnson, aud Longstrcet, . and. thai,
General Lee would beaa tbe.Unlon army,
and Genoral Grant would be hit chief of
stiff, and. Genoral .Buoll. would.. rank
mighty high, nd"-r
"What would . you. do with. General
"8orry you pen.tiq.ncd bim, .We'd have
to hire him, I.tsokon.jis oamp idler., and
maks him sjng, 'Bail Cuhmliwl. .by fire
light, u a watnin. tQ the boys.. how mean
it.ii to burn cities, .ind iQwng and make
war upon defenseless, women and child
ren. No,, sir, . our boys, wouldn't, flight
under no suoh."
i At this time the man. wih the memo
randum put down some more garbled ex
1 "Do you think, Mr. Arp, t
hat if th
onniv .u,-ij .cr noid the
Hie power,. they would demand pay for
their negroes f
r'l can't aiy.air But t don't think the
South has lost aov thine that wav. W
got Iheir labor before the war for their
vittois and clothes and doctor's bills, and
we get it nowTpr about the same; it's
a.11 seltleddowatbat way snd your Bureau
eouldn't help it The only difference is
in ; tha.,iftribfrin.t Sow 1 9l,u don't
ewq ai manyjaae nspd to, but everybody
his got a piggejor two now, ana .ioy.ii
all vote ;'cn orliirn 'em off. A.nigger
(liat .wculda tfoto ; I iold lum, be
ihouldn't black, y .lops
i At tuia'timothe eommitUe looked jt
one another, seeming; tq.be ibothercd acd
astonished.;' GoVjilediicxtiiacts wore put
logeiner wim ajv". . ' 11
Mr. Uoutwellsays ne( "Jar. Uhairman,
I ihinkirj.vrere ab9t through wilh
tiie witness -I-Wnk, cir.bis testimony
settles the question what we ought to do
with Southern traitors" .. .
The Chairman gave mo a Republican
nod and remarked : 7 t ., '
''Yes, sir, I think wo do. Tha scou-
drcls burnt my iron works." .,
hrreupon I retired, having .given
genetat aatistaetion. lours, truly,
t ' . Taxes. 1
,1 ( ,, . ,,, . ; 1 ..
The township and government assessors
are now visiting every man, women and
child, hiving inytbing in his or her pos
session subject to taxation. The first
thing thev do is lo tax ones business 11
he lias any then they , tax his profits if
he has sny then they tax hun on wnai
he owes i then pn ill the babies no nas.
The .farmer may have no wheat, bis crop
ot corn and oats may fail his hay may be
worthless, and his bons arid eattle may
die of d!sea38, still ho must submit to this
grinding taxation, which is not for this
year only, bnt it must be continued from
year to year until, generations has passed
away.. Taxes mnsl be assessed and they
most be paid, else how can the ten thou
sand worthless negroes be clothed and led
by the government. "r If the lax be not
paid what : will become af the thousand
and one Loyal Yankees that are employed
in the department of the Freedmen's liu
reau at enormous salaries 7 What a luxu
ry it is to have tho freest and best Govern
ment upon earth. W hat a blessed thing
it is to be taxed. ' Even the match with
which the poor widew flights her tallow
candle cries 'true, when sho rubs it
against the wall. Clermont Sun. '
Life In WitHlilngtoil.
The editor of (he Li Crnsso (Wiscon
sin) Democrat writes from Woshingtoii
to his pnper as folbwp ;'
"Washington is ful' of young drunk
ard dust, frail women, speculator!), liec,
niggers, office-seekers and thieves..; ,,
"Licentiousness and drunkenness are
the prominent features of Washington
life this season. Members ol Congress
spend their alternoons and evenings in
billiard and drii.king saloons, nnd their
nights in houses of ill fume or sssignation
rive sevenths or Ihe Republican members
ol'Congrcss spend their nights in licen
tious dissiration. Whilo Iho Democratic
members sre working tor Iho good of the
counm, the opposition, relying on its
niuj'iriiy, goes in for a "good timo," n
"There seems to be but little value to
monoy here. The cost of living is exnr
bitant. One member of Congress,' with
bis lamily, servants una hor.es, lives at
one of the hotels, and pays for his living
one hundred and eighty dulljrt per tiny
He has a large ' suito of rooms, and in
dulgcs iff much stjle, but is not half as
goud a legislator as the honorable gentle
men (Mr. Brooks,) who was ousted to
make room for him.
Tbo Political Situation.
We are not to expect much fervor in
the ponding campaign until the Rcpubli
can candidates for Stale offices are put in
the field liven then, tho real usues will
not devekpe themselves, nor the "tug of
war" be felt in its severest strain, untli
the Congressional nominations are made
It ia for Representatives in Congress that
the real battle ia to he fought ; lor upon
the Congressional elections depends the
solution of a question of vital importance
and pressing emergency. Whether the
Southern Slates are to continue paralytie
limbs of the body politio, a weakness and
a deformity, or to be invigorated wjth the
strength and effectiveneis of renewed life,
are paramount questions ol th campaign
'l b contest will be between those who fa.
vor restored life and pristine glory to the
Federal Union, and thoio who, maintain
ing 'ho doad-State theory of Sumneritcs,
would make disunion a permanent con
dition of the eountry, and colonial vassal
age tbq biltcr heritage of one-third of the
Amonoan pe,ople.-jtfar.ion Democrat. '
... .'I '.'.) nn-r-T' PK r,l.
: lbq Brandon Republican says there is
in that plaoe a young lady whose lips re
semble poach blossoms' so much that she
his to keep' 1 veil over, her face to keep
th bees out of her mouth. Oh I
-. (Ud and wicked Thad Stevens says that
Sumner is a consummate pedant; a vain
and we'ary philologist; a vandal'in gram
mar, and deseontor of Lindlcy Murray,
a pompous and exagonted egotist, and
other pleasant and equally endearing
names. . '!.
' General Sweeny Is 45 years old ; is a
widower and ha three children.
lion. Martin iTelkcr.
This gentleman arrived atWooitoron
last Saturday night, on a hasty visit to
heal up if possible, the breach in th Ab
olition party, preparatory to the nomina
tion of the unlucky man tor Oongrcss, to
be beaten by some Union Democrat.
The Judge, il is said. Jwas the bearer
of. important dispatohes from Head Cen
ter.' Thad. Stevens to tho Radicals, and
from Dennison to tho Conservatives,' to
unit on Mr,. Welker as the. only man oa
puble of polling the strength of the disa
uionists in the District., lie is doubtless
the strongest man thuy have, bnt we have
uo doubt that be or any of his party they
may nominate will be beaten this Fall.
The people ire being rapid ly "recon
structed" on this negro question aud are
determintdatthe next election to rubuke
every man who asks their suffrago, who
has in any respect sought to debase them
to the equality of tbo nrgro
Mr.' Welker, to gain the Radical infl
ence, lust bis most reliable Conservative
friends ; yet he may havo enough left to
seenre his nomination, but he will fall far
short at the general poll, as many Conser
vatives will vota with the Democrats.
HVrne Vvmity Democrat.
' An Apology.
We like iho style of apology rccontly
made by the Ut. Louis Republican.
Dwellitg in ihe Sluto of Missoure is s
political farson, delighting iu the ti
tie of Reverend Colonel Babcock, who
figured during tho war in a very cruel and
criminal role. The Republican not long
since photographed the scoundrel, holding
him up to the detestation nnd loathing of
all white men. The scamp did not relish
the Expose, and signified his intention to
institute proceedings ogainut the Repub
lican. Learning this the paper referred
too, made the Reverend Colonel the fol
lowing handsome apology, which should
annul the proposed suit, and satisfy the
damaged reputation of tho clerical apostle
of radicalism. Read the m odd upotogy ;
' We d mwt fiejly and f illy acknowl
edge that wo have doclarjtl him an ao
oessory to murder, the leader 01 a gang m
counterli;ilers,an associated horse thieves
a hyp-'cri'c, liar.libllcTandsoound el, ire
iciti now to take it all uacic nnu ro.icra'e
the charge with double rnd triple Pinpha
sis. Tin heart of that man is black w.lli
crime. Upon his bunds is the stain of
innocent blood. He has ribbed the wid
ow and the luliieiless. in ins oreasr
there is no remnant of mcrey nor or ol
eon cicnce He has onnapirea lor ine
ovi-rthrcw of the pure and guileless. He
has mocked the righteousness of Heaven
by using the girb of God's ministers as a
cloak for his nofarioui and damnable pur
poses. Whilo professi )g lo bi a prouolier
of the gopol of truth, virtue and honesty,
ha lias been doing tho mounim an 1 nvst
degraded service of the devil. S.irueW
his villainies we havo exposed, but there
are Others still behind which we may yet
bring to liht to damn this graceless
sttmp to irretrievable intaiii).
Platform of Ohio Democracy
t. Rcnolvd, That the Democracy of
Ohio will adhere, 111 the i resent and the
fuiuro as in tho post, with nnf ilterjng
fidelity nnd firmness to the organizttion
cf the Dcuiocrntio parly, aud 10 its an
cient and well settled principles, as cnun
ciatcd by Thomas Jefferson, the great
Apostle of American ijorooorncy, and as
acknowledged and accepted by the party
from the tiiur.daiun ol the uovernment
and especially of equal taxation, and of
rcprcsuLtutiou of all States subjoct to tax
2. Resolved, That tho one great ques
tion of the day :s the immediate and un.
conditional restoration of all the States to
tho cxeroisc of their rights within the
Federal Union, order the Constitution,
and that we will cordially a:,d actively up
port Andrew Johnson as President of the
United States in all neoossary and proper
means to curry out the polioy as directed
to that end, and. especially in seouring
immodinte representation in the Senate
and. House of Representatives to the elev
en Slalea from whieh it is now nnconsti
tulionally and arbitrarily withheld, unless
on the degrading oondition of inferiority
in the Union, and of nogro political and
eivil equality enforced by the Federal
Gover. ment. . ' . ,
' 8. Remhed, That Ihe purpose above
set forth we will cordially co-operate in
publio meetings, conventions and at the
polls wi'h all men without icfercnce to
past parly positions who honestly and
by their acts and votos as well as by thoir
professions, support the President is his
policy ot restoration as now acciaiea.
The President, at the solicitation of
Mrs. Davis, has huuiinely given Jeff Da
vis iho freedom of the Fortress.
' The Catholic Telegraph is opposed to
the Fenian movement. It pronounces it
a "hopoloes contest." .
, The Ashtabula Sentinel gives the name
of the delegates to iho State Convenliju
from that county , ssya "the delegates will
be lound anythin) but Johnton men.
' ' 'a5d ; ' '
GREEN & BUFF
- - HOLLAND, -
PICTURE FRAME 5,
COOKS 8 STATIONERY!
OF ALL KlIfDS.
In connection witb oilier Ooods kept In a
tint elan BOOK STORE, can b bought at
REED'S NEW! BOOK STORE
AT VERY LOW PRIQES. ,
Please eall and examine our Stook.
Country Merchanti can buy of tit at
Cheap at ut any Ilvune tn Ihe Stated .
LADIES Call and see our large STOCK of
TtOOK BIKDINGU'F ALL KINDS DONE
tJ Tictures Framed on abort Belie, at
Don't Forget tlis Place,
In Ihe room recently occupied by William
Kalaton, &nd nearly opposite ihe Umk. 1
J. 11. & 11110,
THE OLD STONE CORNER" AHEAD!
nVE YOU SEEN 7 .
l avez vous vr r
IIABEN SIU GESEOEN T
The immenso STOCK of
Groceries and Provisions!
That Is now on exhibition ard for sale at 1
BRUBAKER & WINB1GLER
Which eonalsta in part of
&o , &e ,
Which will be iold on th system of
"Quick Salct and Small Profitt."
WILL BE PAID FOR
'.; AND ALL KINDS OF
Co untry Produce
Farmers, her Is th place to buy your
GROCERIES & NOTIONS!
and aell your Prodno. RVing itatong to th
"OLD STONE CORNS R West of th. Miller
BRUBAKER k WINBIGLER.
May 9. 1HW Bm48 ' f
Adelaide P Morgan 1 In Ashland County
John H. Morgan. ) Common Plena.. .
TOIIN H. MORGAN, whoa plan of lesl
dense I unknown, is notified that Ad,
laid P. Morgan did, on th 18th diy of June
A. D. 18U0, ill her petition in the office of
Ihe C erk ot 1 he Court of Common Plea with
in and forth County of Ashland ami State
of Ohio, charging Ihe said Joha II, Morgan
with having a former wif living at th lime
of aolemnliing th second marriage with
the pel ili oner, and aaking that ah nay be
divoroed from ihe aald John H. Morgan, and
restored to her maiden nam. Whloh peti
tion will aland for hearing at ih aezt term
of said Court. ADELAIDE P. MORGAN,
By Wm. 11. MoCarty. bar Au'y.
AaklandJun 11, Owl
Rattt ot AdttrlMng Adtanctd.
On sqnare.ene week. - - 10
Eaoh subaequent Insertion, Uti tLa .- .- -thro
Bombs, - . - .-' - . - f 0
Oacaquar, three mentis, changeable '( t
. . at pleasnre, ; ' - - ' '60
Onesquarenii months, changeable i
-pleaaor,' ' i,u
Yearly adrertl'emenla ibrM square ?
on year, . , . , li0
Yearly edvertiatt)a!sfoarquarl 1' '
year, . . t. . uy
Business cards adHneror left, ot '
AdminttralrExitor'a! Cul j
diana' Noliora, ' '" ' . l.Ofl
ProbatKll. -:-'.:-7 t'T wiin-t,
AllEdito-laUd LsoalHotieea, pet , -.
lino", - '
frf AdTrllament leaded, r inaerie4
dr Uiebekd of gpoolal Salieee, and Dob
la Column adrtiaeBient,il) b ekaiged
SO par oent ni additioB t o lb boT.
AYER'ff 1XS. -
ABE yon. aick, feeble and eomalalnlag !-
Are joo out cf oiderwiia. yonr sTtleae
deranged and your feelings oneenifeiT table
Thea ejiiptonia ! prrlude as a
riue illneva. Bonn It f sicka i weepUig
upon you, and shortlJ be a retted by a timely
use of lb right remedy. Tak Aoert THW,
and eleansesui ikealwrde'td humor pari ,
fy Ibe blood, aad Jar the Ouidm aiov mi
obatrdoted in henlih again. They allniiilat
Hie tunotione of the body into vigcront aetlv
ity, 1 urify the ayatem from lb obslruoiioaa
I hat make disease. A eold aeitlea aatnewbaf
in the body,'and deranges It natural 'func
tion. Tbet.' tf not relieved naet
Ibemselves and Ik surrounding organs, pro
ducing general aggravation. euDerin g and d-
rangement. trnii in iui Maaiuus, twmw
Aver a Tilla. and ee bow drreoilv iker. to
sior the natural elioa ! Hie eyeteaav ami
with it th buoyant feeling or health again.
What is 1 rue and to apparent la fbla trivial
and common complaint i alto trm ia Ul
of th deep sealed and dangerouadiatcmpen.
The same purgative efeet expels Iheni
Caused by similar obstruction and ieraag
rnent of the nalural funetiona of th body,
thev are npidly and many of them sorely
cured by the aame mean. None who know
in true virtue or ineee nil win neglect 10
employ them when autfering front th diior
ders lliey cur, such an Headache, Foul 8lca
aeh, Dysentery, Bilious complaints. Indiges
tion, Derangement of the 'Liver, Coetivao,
Constipation, Heartburn, Rbumalhun. Drop
sy, Worma and Suppression, when lakea, ia
large doaes. ' '.'
The are Bngar uoatea, so taaa
Ayer'a Aeiie Cure,
For the tpeedy and certain Cure of. In
termtttent scoer, or Uiillt and eper.
Remittent Fiver, Chill Fever, Dnmt
Ague, Periodical Headache or Uilioke
Headache, ami llilivnt Fevtrt indeed
for the ifW( tlau of diteatet urnna
.ting in biliary derangement, canted ijf
the malaria of tniatmatic countriet.
This remedy has rarely failed 10' our ' the
severest eaeea of Chill and Fvrr and ii bat
this great adranlag ever other Ague jnedi
nca, tha! It subdue Ihe Complaint Without
injury to to the paileot. ll eoniaina aa'qoU
n na or olber deleterious substance, nor do
it pro nc quinism or any injurious effect
whatevjr. Shaking brother of il.e amy and
ihe west, try it and yu will sudors tbe
asserliona. , ,. .
Prepared by 1. C. ATEB ft CO., Lowell,
Mass ., and sold by .'-
Potter, Pancost A ?on, and S. R.
Squibb. Ashland, J.'KiNMinntR A Co.,
Uaycsville, H. 8.- Etockmam, Loudon
ville, J. MoCuTcniN, Savannahs and by
T. H. Bakkr, M. D., ' L. 8. BAtrMaAanm.
W. 8. Butti-iui, M. D., A. 11. Miaaa.
BAKER, BATTLES & CO, BANKERS,
.' ASULAND, 0., April M, IMA :
Wb luive this dav opened an Offlc oa Hab
Street, In Busliuell's New Building, for the trana
anion of a general Banking Business. W re
ceive munev on deposit, pay Interest on tiiae
deposits, buy and aell Eaetern DralU aud Gov
ernment Bonda, purchaae Gold and Silver at
hliihest roll's, mute Cullectiona at all accessi
ble points in the United State and Canada, and
discount approved paper Revenue. Suunpa for
sale, a mscount ot two ana one h ill per cent
allowed on purcuosea of twenty dollar aad. ap
BAKER, BATTLES ' CO. '
WE REFER TO
J. n McCOMBS, Esq., Ashland. Ohio.
ISAAC GATKS, Esq.,
T.O. BUSH NELL, Esq., :!''
J. D. JONES, Esq, i H.T
J. W. 8MITII, Ki.,
J. C. LARWIl.L. Ksii , Loudonville (X
(7 S. DKYaHM AN, Esq , '
Mr. ABRAHAM PLA N K, Lako T'o.1"1
ELDSR M. WORKMAN, Wooeteiy O:
MERCHANTS & BANKERS, "
8TRAB0E, BUT TRTJB.,
Every yung lady and gentleman la'th
United Sia'essan bear something vary nook
to their advantage by return mail (frt of
oharge), by addressing Ihe ondornigwed:--Thoe
having feara of being humbugged will
oblige by not noticing this oard. All other
will please addrisa their obedient aerraat, .
TH08. P. CUAPMAN, ,
(ly33) 821 Broadway, New Voik. 1
NEW HAVEN, COBN. .. i till
Caali Capital,- OOOO.OOOf
TIIE SECURITT INSURAItCE C01
of wYork Ciiy.
cisii capital, a ,),. (oa,oaaw
NEW VORK ACCIDENtTi IN 8. fjif PI1,
No. HI Broadway, New Trk, for latot.
ngagal.iatACCIDENT8 OP AL1 KINDS.
CASH CAPITAL, ' '.. -'. ''J , :" '- ' ' f 250,0(55.
Tb M0RRI8 FIRE AND INLAND Dfl CO.
, . . NQ.lPinStret,NewIork.- "'J!
Authorlged Capital, : $8,000,000.
V B. J0NE8, 'Agenl,' Ashland! 0."
NO T J OS
NOTICE is hereby given that th aader
slgned has been duly appointed Admin-.
iairator or Ih Eita; f Maihaw Kelrhtley.
lata of Mifflin towoahip, Athliad CeuatJ. 0 .
' ' ' ; ' PKrEOttttEY.''
Jun 0,,18l!G twit 1 , t i:.". vi..,
P. 8. All peracna Indebted tn lb tlt
ar requested to m ke immedlal pay meat
and those hailng daiasa again; lk laaaw
will present them lo Ih undersigned for al
lowance. ' .. - . ' i tl"x '
hr- 1 " 1 1 1 ' t. '...;,
For Sale. A. desirable residence oa
Cottage Sireet oan be bought cheap Per
full particulars, eall at thU office "cr fir
doors North of the Catholic Church, East
aide Cottage street., 0 ,i. . ...I-;t-
For Sale. A first rata Jr.ano at a
great bargain. Also, a West k Wilsoa
ewing Machine. ... For inforaaitiou tail
1 1 II the most eeneiliv eaa tak 'Ikes
I rfC e"':7 aBt "ev ar aurely th
f IT bestpuTgaiiviaadieinaytt'dl
lwvered,, ,.',,.., M.bit ui
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