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!lHblnnd. tV : June 20, 1800.
. Democratic Staio Ticket
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Election Day, Tuesday, October 9ih.
-r ...-SEN.'. BENJAMIN LEFEVRE, .
l.ly?r Shelby County, j;-" '.'!:
" TH0MA8 M. KEY,
wf r,.'.(pif JJaiailton County., . , ,- . v
iemleK 'Board of-IWie Wort,
HON. WILLIAM LARWILL,
JEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MEETING.
Call of the the Central Committee.
B.nioorallq' Eleotora of .Ashland
County aro requested to meet at their
Uftttlplaoes of, holding, ;lcotions in their
several townships, on t
kt$apcfrj, August 11, 1866, '
for the purjosa of voting for the ncniina
lien of the following offioers tu be elected
tat'the October eleotion, iu Ashland coun
ty, to-wit : ' '
One Sheriff, .,.
One Probate Judye .
One Clerk, - ' '
One Froiecuttng Altomry,
"Cne C'ommMoner, ,r
One Infirmary Director. .
Said Election to bo holdcri in the fol
lowing menoer, lo-wit : The voters pre
"ent'to eleajone Clerk and two Judges,
abo shall make a poll book and tally list
io the usual form adopted at State and
"County Elections. , The polls to be or en
wd at 0 o'clock A. M., and dosed at 6
o'clock P. M.' One of tho Judges to car.
f (he poll book to Ashland on Moudiiy,
the 13th day of August.
8aid return Judges to constitute a board
f canvassers to open and count the rotos
east (or each candidate those having the
highest number of voteB fo? the rest ed
IV offices to be declared by said board to
be the nominees. A full attendance of
(be Demooratio electors is earnestly re
v ' ' j. P. COWAN, Cija'n,
rr , , DAVID BRYTE, r
'-' : J.Ji.F. SAMPSEL,
:r f , J. P. DEVOR.
v.i iii.c Escaping Taxation
Tdrpei86bS ArTaWOT or tnoTXTcTirro
Which! .'frauds are practiced upn the tax
payer by false returns being made to as
iaadra.' The aggregate of the personal
property returned by the assessor of Mont
gomaVy township, (his year amounts to
enlx ahout fCOO.OOO.. Why is this? It
h easily answered. We know of rumer
oua persons in Aehland who returned
their personal property5at less than nn
JAirtf its aotual valuo. IFoacst tax pay
ers, who return Iheir properly at its real
value, are obliged to pay a tax of three
and a half per cent, just because dislion
est med make fulse returns, whereas if all
would act honestly the tax would not be
more than one third as high as it now is.
The personal property of Montgomery
township is worth, at tho lowest colcula-
rton,' fl,000,OOO, and. should be on the
tax-do plicate. There hit been some
ftaljl''. swearing done by persons in mak
ing oat the returns.
,A,.few weeks ago, the Chairman of the
Abolition Central Committee of Ashland
county,: issued an urgent appeal to the
Union party" to meet at Ashland, in
Mass Convention, on the 9th jnst., to ap
point delegates to represent that party in
thai State Convention, which meets at
Cojtunbns to day. . In pursuance thereto
the "Union party" that is, Messrs. I'hil-
Mspof Sullivan; and Wilwm of - Green,
jritb, two or.tbice played out politicians
orthia plaee, met in seoret conclave
jegswhre in A-bland, and appointed a
lat f old foasila, as delegates. Tha Ohio
Stat Journal n noticing the proceedings
of this "Convention' exullingly exolaima
"that Ashlana ijounty will send thirty
tight ' Radical to the State Convention
j, jRadioalism in this county is dying of
Ua own corruption, and the attempt to
make a "show" of life by sending thirty
eight delegates to Columbus, will prove
A Negro Doc jor, we learn from tho
Shield and Banner, created-considerable
fuss last Saturday night at the Weldon
House, Mansfield, by inveiglinga whittgirl
;nlo his room. lie was frustrated in his
unworlhy purpose, and on Monday, after a
hearing before a justice and the Maynn
ho Was bound over lo oburt on two chargus
of assault and battery, and one for carry
ing ooneeajed weapons. s '
Gentlemen who have talked themselves
into perspiration denouncing Democrats
as Copperheads and as fjmpalhijnrs in
treason;- are .willing to - illustrate the sin
cerity of their "denun'outioiis by keeep
llie voles of those same wrongfully de
nounced Democrats.-Thats magnanimity
The Fourth Ward (Indianapolis,), yes
ttmlay' sicetod a'Deuiocratlo Candidate for
Cpuneil,"iy one hjfndreiT and fifty-four
majority. A decided ohango sinoe the
Now" j i'trkfune', i6,--?riie Inman
steamer City ot Paris, which left Liver
pool at three o'clock on the afterubon of
iho Oth, and Queenstown on tho 7th, ar
rived here this morning.
Judge Hill, of tho United States Dis
trict Court for the District of Mississippi,
has decided that 'the test' loath is uncon
stitutional.' '' 1 v'
. DooUir, - jSniiib-j a phjMioian of Maaion,
rowa,"state3,"ovcr his own signatnre"i that
the fumily of a Mr. Me'mit.'Vof Marion,
consisting often persons, was attacked
with trichinosis ; nine "ickencd, three
died, (our aru nearly well, two nowlying
in a critical cor uftion.' A vnl mortem
(xnwinatirti, -Hided by a microsoope, re.
vealed a vast multitude of the trichena
npiralit in,th ' iuaV.leif. ''
The health of! .Mr. Davis is said to have
greatly improved sinoe ho was allowed to
take txeroise. .., a- , ....
The brain of Probst, tho murderer of
the Deering family, weighed thirty-six
Judge Larioj ex-chief Justice of the
Supreme Court of Ohio, died at Sandus
ky on the evening of tho 12th.
In Canada everything is c,uiet, and the
Government is preparing to recall the vol
unteer. It is believed that the United
States Government will take care of the
Fenians on this side of the frontier. It
is stated that the authorities will not
hang the Fenians prisoners now in their
custody, but will treat them magnani
mously A fatal case of cholera oecurred in Bal
timore on Sunday. Tho victim had just
Gold dosed yesterday" at 1571. s
pE;ASHLMPP?ON-pDN-WBfG, JUNE 20
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j For Congress, i U i -f im .W. tr"'- ,:! -w . 'iTTT 17
Ifcntli of Ocb. Ciiwi.
Gen. Lewis Casa died at his residence
in Detroit, at 4 o'clock on Sunday ttiern
ing last. He died at the ripe old age of
83 years. ,,,, -. -AV.
, u.-;.- i.CoMKress,,,..,, ,.. (,-.-r
It is said that the "Rump" Congress
will elose its session early in July ' '
Eds, Union You ure requested to an
nounea tho. name cf Hen LYMAN R.
CRITCIIFIELD, of Holmes county, as
a candidate for Congress for this District,
subject to the decision of the Demooratio
Distriot Convontion and oblige , j
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Kec e i hi &M p c n d i t u r c $
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For the year Commenting April Sth, 1865. and ending April 8(A, 1866,
Mm .Carpentot for ntyfe; ...
M Winbigler for Groceries ..
. . for strap Iron.'i(4ii;.aXS..r4r!fitre-- S $9
Jarison,...,...,..; - 00
Fortioket on railroad. .J....
J Grabill for Bull
Heltman ir i-
Mrs Hnnter -fo-ytbej.v,iji
Plank for flour
M Smith for labor,
' Craie for smithing.. 4., -
ommetforainner and f&fcuukim;auiJil
Jo,,B MoCattOXor .brtntri
., Jarvis tiao Dm,
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A Murderer Twenty-eight Dny8
1 iiiucr uronna-
Early in iho month of Muy, measures
were taken in Brownsville, Texas, to in
fliot the death penalty upon ooa Rogers,
who had killed the asittant surgeon ot
is regiment (the Seventy-seventh Ohio.)
The gallown was erected, all due prepara
tions made, Iho prisoner received religious
consolntinn, and expressed his willingness
to die. Un tho morning ot the intended
execution, however, he was found to liavo
uddcnly disappeared. 'Search was at
once mnuo but the utmost diligence fail-
I to discover ary trace of tho miesine
miininnl. It was generally supposed i lint
he had escaped into Mexico, and the pur
suit was accordingly abandoned. The
iNew Urleans Timei now publishes a let
tor from Crcwnsville, by which itapponrs
hat Kogers had all this time been con-
oealed in n hole under ground which he
had hollowed out with hi own hands.
He had lived for twenty-fright days with
in easy hearing distance of the guard, and
only hunger would have led .to his re
The ltoMacnu and lirlnnell Re
The Cincinnati Enquirer' Washington
dispatch lays; ' ' ' '" 1 V;
The assault of General Roseau nnon
Mr, Gritinell, which took place this after
noon at the cast front of the Capitol, is
the absorbing topic to night.1 The ac
counts given of the affair by the parties
memseives, and tueir witnesses, agree in
From theso several accounts it appears
that after the House had adjourned Mr.
Grin noil was seen passing out of the ro
tunda, through the door leading to the
east Iront of the Cupito1, followed closely
oy ueneral Kossiau.
When Mr. Grinuell had arrived neur
he steps leading to iho ground,, he was
Overtaken by General Hut-ecu u, who lap
ped him on the shoulder and said, "Mr.
Grinnell, I liavo been waintiog four days
anxiously fur an apology Iroui you lor
the gross insult ot lane Monday on the
floor of tho House." .'Mr. .Griunoll re
marked. "I have no apology to make ;
1 nave nulli 0 lo say. , j .s' , '
General llossoau ouicklv answered. 'I'll
teach ycu, sir,' and at ouco apnlied a
rattan cane rapidly upon the shoulders
and laco f Mr. Griunell, striking him
onoe or twice upon each side of the Isoe,
when the cane hroke., , .,; ;
Mr. Grionell then grasped General
Rosseau by the arm, remarking, as ha did
so, "I don't want to hurl you, sir." Ros
seau, jerking away from Giinnell's grasp,
replied, "Nor do I wish to hurt you, sir,
but I want to disgrace you, sir.!' "AM
rigct; all right, sir, rejoined Urinncll.
"You didn't hurt me mush, air, all right:"
and stooping down he picked up a piece
of tho eane, and starting off again, said,
"All right, sir."
Tho several witnesses gave somo addi
tional colloquy,,, but the reporters them
selves do nut recolleot any thing further
than what is above set forth, nur do the
additional statements of the witnesses al
ter the facts as we have given them
Whatover else wa said was a mere pro
longation ot the colloquy, or some words
that might einphasizo the remarks of the
It docs not appear that any attempt
was made by the witnesses to interfere,
whilo the combatants, were engaged in
their pngilistio exercise, and tho whole
thing was of very brief duration.
Gen. Rosseau has not been in hut seat
for two days, but just bufore the adjourn
ment ha was seated in the House by the
- I flit
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i i ,,.f,v r.A fifjHfjtiA,....': ..-r.
By amount paid J. Latohar for 'tcpaiVin fariri ImplemOTUiV.l'i'-L1 ,f 1 15 do Hammet for dinner and horse feedf ........ .,r-Y.-. ': e ;
,t - -W. Allie for 'Groocries.Lv:..;:j.:;;-V.;!j ,22 15 do G C"Pe,lter fo n"''"
:,. -.'ii!..(r Obets Miller, Tin bill,.;.::;:.1.:'..l..:'.:L.V";-.''.'' 28 79 .J"a0';;v' '"MDoliliti" fw1 mtWM...rWI,r,T,;,...-''!'rns;i
II ,:- ' Uollmin It Brubaker for (5inerrp.' 1 ' ' 7 10 75 Vr'-'.'J d) 4haifw "Iwther'j-i-.ai; wMf-if V W
' So : M Dobbins tor ymrraeni. j
Wm, Edwards for SmUhing,....i.'.....;.....-.,."'"10 75
p. shod for p6taios,..L.:.,...:i.-.';:..'.iiu. .':;.'. " ' v oo
w. w,6cott Btoro biii,..:..:..:.'....j.;.:J.'...:..:':,! 87 '85
J. Kinn'nger Stow Hn...''...:.:.:.:'..:';:.':'.."- '55 41
Heltmaa Brdbakef Grooery bill..-....':.'...'-86 88
Wm. A'lee' Gropcry bill .. 2(?'28
M Smitl for work.!....-':..'..:':.'..:....'.:.:..:.','! 20 00
W. ArrientrOuty 8tore bill,....,.;...:..,.:L'.:l-L.--. ' 76 02
D Whiting & Co for ,ptetform,.'.!;'.'.rir:u..'-V.,.'-:.'.' ' ' SO Of)
WM Crowner, Stewart bm.::,...:,ii'...i'..M'.;.-." 100 00
JMcNanll fot work,;..v'.'..'..;'::..' .I.l.: '' 80 00
JBF Sampol for Hardware.'.!. ...iL'ii..:. ..,-,',' '. 8 85
j.Ui'i'J! 't w.
,;.i'. Jii":''i""ii Dobbins for.J)mtiMnl.ji'i.WJ-.jaa.-..j
U'!.TrJjL,'il i!tl rt .A fn RrOCOrieSli1..
ii l 't .l J f'Ji n nLMWa ' 1 J -lLl'Ll-.. ..................A
,, 00 , JOT nOTll--- - -
"' ' Jo !i D Guth fbf'Grooenesi.'i'.- ..wtn-rfT ;i!H Kf
r-i.i- ,-.M!i !, ,.l Orlmrlili'-'J ??.
. ao ww ", 7 " ,, i. .timi. ' , .1.11:11 v. ivtn'
M Winbiglor for Groceries.
M Smith for work,: ..:..'..'.
W ArmcntrOut Store bill.......
H Starcns fur bringing paupers,.
W M Crowner' Stewart bill......:
' a 82
" 86 50
-' oV'!V-1TteltmaV fbr OroeWKl-, '"J .
,'n " " .da '' ; "Kpplfl'r for- beastcaasi:',: -.vrn-tiTTrrrfTS-XfTfl n i Yft
u ' W Armontrout Storo bill,...' ...,vl:r..
R Carpenter, 1.:
I 11UIMIU9 IUI UUIIUIIIIC...................M
J 8 Duncan for wheat.-.............'......'...
8 Baker, Smith bilL...-. .........r..
J, ho McNaull for work.....,.........'
J Cowan, doctor bi':L.-,.....i:.
r bmith lor torn..... ...... ..v.... ......
n r ii- ns uni "'' ' 1
UUII1IIU,( VOiUll. MUl................. ... .
, ' II Winbigler bringing pauper..'....l.rl,..'.l..-.i
j a jugrtin on settlement , ............
,1,' .Wm.Craig Director b il..
, u , James McNaull .Director bil....,........T... ......
.; M Winbigler Qrodry bill..-'.::.'....'.,..:....'.! .
u W Armentrout Store bill,'. .
" J Kinninger &, Co., Store bill.,-..'......!..!....
,.' " W Edwards Smithing bill... ..;....J..'..i..!. ..
" HSonrieShoe bill .;. ..........
" C Doty for wash tub,.. ; ....
8 Diefendorfer kef bill.,... ........
J Willis Stove bill.. .....;... ..
" Coonrod Fox, tbrerhing bill........................
" Wm M Crowner Stewart bill . . .........
L Potter-beef bill ....
" J B F Sampsel Hardware bill,... .....,
" M Winbigler Groeerv bill........... ...............
W Armentrout, Store bill,. .................. ...
J Ritchie wagen bill,................-.......-...
Harry Nips for work......................... ...
" , J Yocuro doctor bill,........... ........ ...... ..r
" Wm M Crowner, Stewart bill,.......-. .......
u J Craig balance oa work,... .... ...............
u Isaac Gates' .....
W Armentrout for Store bill
" W Edwards' Smith bill .
J Buohanaa for Corn,.-...............
." H Hocker Smith Work bill,.., ,
. D K Hull Saddler bill,... ,
" W Armentrout Store bill.... - ..... ........
" John Cowan, Doctor bill....'..................
u James McNnoll Director bill on settlement............
" Wm Craig Director bill on settlement..... 27 OO
u Moses Latta Director bill on settlement, .. ..-..... 28 20 1
, 1 12,1914
' 12 84
' 6 00
"' 4 41
' :48 50
; 19 99
: 12 W
' 16 00 I
' 18 82
' 75 00
82 OS I
65 00 1
. 5 00
1nr nmnlina' ' .-v?-f"VWIT',,,V,rr-j ia
n"" do John McNaull for ... ,
' .do: ' "' -fnr'ttirkey:;i;.-----rtr"---;iP
" ' - ' ! .'"' tt. Pnrlnr for erot-crics.,'-!-. ----"-tjr; ?"
OUT-DOOR rAUPER 1
side of a member, to whom he made tome jjy imonnf,poi6 Jacob Jackson for keeping out door rWpe'r ...
allusion to me insult lie had recoiveu irom j
air. Uncnell, but did not evinoe any pass 0
inn or excitement. I $0
- Whether Gen. Risseau hud determined do
tnittack M. Gri .uell prior to the encoun-1 do
ter does not appear from the ntntameat of do
witnesses, but Gon. Rosseau himsolf states do
he had been in'ormcd on Tuesday last, - do
that Mr. Grinnell bad promised to opolo-
gita, and w s about to prepare a written I - Total,..
retraction ot what ho had said in debato
Mrs Marshal for keeping out-door pauper. ........... 1
Jacob Rosen for keeping out-door janper.. ..........
Jacob Jackson for keeping oat door panper..... ...,. "
J Rosen for keeping outdoor pauper .........
Richland County Infirmary for keeping out'-door pauper
L Ycogly for keeping out door panper. ............. ,
Montgomery tp Trustees for keeping out door pauper.. r
J Rosen for keeping out door pauper.. ....... .... 1.. ,
$12 00 1
' 13 00
f , Mrs Porter for grfleeri.es.
. Patterson for Uoods...,
I .1- . . ; .. is.,
k Carpehtcr fbr cobbling ..--...
4 n fir ATT .i-a
,,;,; M Hiiier tavefn w":-,Tlr.7.rrwTvnvr!--r:53"rf "ut toon-
'; , ' J.McNaull fct Wrv i..rr?Trrr..TP.r- .rY-fl ., J .fa
.:i i'attcrsnn ror bbum.-,.- ; ii 4 0
Rosel for sac
for needles.'.'. '-. r.mf,vr'"ii "T-'ram
Mm Richie fdr' vedl'J-'-'J - rr.-.fi,,
.: Margaret Smith for. labor (,B..-nti
J L--r. I! L, u , - - .
G 8laker for !ord.,?:.'J .....-fcA. ...
! for mafches- --ir--
' 1 for Augurs,.'..;:.!.'. rrrrr.'T-Jrv.ttstl
fox for mcuioiuo...
for one barrel... .:.-..3T-
N Parson rr firt.. ......
J Ryland for oabbage;.j -. .
M Glasco for cosl..!-J-. .....
JRinehart for groeerlesJ.:'.:...-.. ':..:.-.. .'.i-i
M Grimes for beef..,
if. , 0
n p..ioii fTir makina'snrahum-. 1.'..' .-..'. """IS 1W
Horn for; fist). j.v.U...-. .-. .-.-- i-A-i J
forTobaeeo.;jJi:'.;-. ..p-,.r...xr.f.,rAv 80
Ewing for cabbage... ,
W Crowner for all...!.::... ..i-.:. ,',',,.'5 '2?
DFox for whisky.' ......-.'..,....,...'... ...... ".J.,
J Tsemnn1 for working- .L ..... ... ,,. 1,Q0
Guth for groceries. '.'. .' 1.09
R Carpenter 'for' shingles..........'-.. .......v.i.:-.5 i00r
Parmely for flannel....'. . ...... .'.1 A W
!W Richey for iatbage..... .............. ,rr rT,.,- iJ;J -,68
II Sm(lh,'for pbtatoos.V'J. .ri-..P. ...... .,,.( 9, ?0
N Pfitnrs'fiii 'for fish J- i'.l . ..... ......,..,',.,2a..0O
' OT Q.l, tnr rmeUAi1 'i .' 1 50
f If UWVU . " " ...w ........ ... .. . -
' for sole leatw:':.':1.''. f.UAl.U.-3-:w 6 29
1 Obats for ' oil. J.iv.'U'i. w iv .1- I Z Ul36t.
' '" W Ponor fur'whiskyJ.2-.::L'.iJi'i!;.-.i-rvtl:;""' 60
Potter, for papijr.. .. j.. .... r. ....
,, Guth for turkeys and p ppr...'.:.'r. ,l .,-ni,'r'r,i;'iT.fl-
"' Davis (or haltetf Strap...; ---
' 'Obets for grocerieJ,. 1r... iViii.'A. A-.. 85
J I,id' -Ar turk;ey.L..-jw4.j...b:i.jJw.i:;it it)U(.
' D Rryto fpr Coopering J j-u.uJ.. .i:i.'ki.j'i. 15'-00
''' "-(JW Patterson' for goods .'.':"i.:i.'..i..'i "l'6'70
J Brant .for asts ...".......... I Vv
'' '' do .''"''' ' J, Kinnincer for ''gowty
on Monday lust, and therefnro he waited CASH RECEIVED BY THK DIRECTORS FOR THE YEAR ENDING
until tc-day, and believing that sufficient
time had elapsed for tho coming of this
proposed apology, no opproachoa Nr.
The New 'Yoik HorM suvs : Were
too scurviest thief in New York to appear
at any of the religious meetings now going
on in some of the eurohes in thi oily, and
there declare his repentance and avow his
conversion to a better life and his desire
to unite in the fellowship of tliojo who
profess to pursue it ; and were hs acts to
bear ou( bis words, bo would be received,
welcomed, rejoiced over, baptized and ad
mitted. The next day jjur applying to
erring men this test in morals and relig
ion many of these same, parsons would
read the sermon on tho Mount at family
prayers', asd then go and declare their ap
probation of a Congress which treats worse
than the scurviest -thieves .our Southern
follow eiliteog,'Whe have erred i a mat
ter of political government, who declare
it, who desire to renew their old political
fellowship and their allegiance to the
Union and its laws these charitable
mop oall themselves Christiana. -,- .
; wr.V: . m. ,., i.-.v -. '
, ' JE3T The Abolition traitors are get
ting up a $50,000 testimonial for that
hoary Abolitionist, Wm. Lloyd Garrison.
Thief Justice Chase beads the list It
ay be an inducement for some of the
'Onion men, so called, in this section to
nbeeribe lo read tha following extract
from a speech of Garr son's delivered io
Tfew York not long since . Said he : i
7'No aol of ours do we regard with
'mere conscientious approval, or higher
, satisfaction, none do we submit more eon
4dently to the tribunal of Heaven and the
avcrdict of mankind, than when, several
'years ago, -en the fourth of July, in the
'frsea! or a great assembly, we commit
ted U the flames the Constitution of the
United States I"
A I.wnr far PnBlle Convenience
" The following law was passed by tho
Ohio Legislature during the past winter,
and we publish it that our Township
Trustees may see their power io tho prem
ises. If properly carried into effect, it
will furnish conveniences which cannot
bo overestimated by the tirvoling publi
Seotion one provides , .
"That the trustees of any township in
this rtate are hereby intboriitd to ap
prupriute,: from ton road lundr of the
township, mooey to p ovide and maintain
suitable plaees for procuring water for
man and beast, on any public highways in
their townships, when they Shall deem
neeassary for the convenience of the pub
lio ; provided, that oo more than fifty dol
jars skill bo expended in my' one town
bip n mf one year.-",
The aot is lo take effect from and after
April 5th, 1866.
A 1T i"T. S IQK. A AUDIT. O TQftA
Il 1I.AU 17a iW AllVlli Wl UW. If
Cash paid to Wm Craig -L ....... ...' ....... 8 00
Cosh paid to James McNaull from J S Weatherby on the Evans Entate.,, 10 00 1
Cash received from Directors....
' I.nrsc Scale.
The latest and most magnificent swin
dlo that has transpired in Cincinnati for
many years has just come to light. Th
following are tho particulars as near as
i can learn thcin :
A short time since a well dressed snd
elderly looking gentleman presented him
self at Ihe counter ot tha third riationa
BankTsnd asked tho privilege of deposit
ing, for sjIo kecpinir, sn iron-box, which
the depositor claimed to contain $20,000
in cold. The appearance or the cent la
in an presenting the box, and the heavi
ness of the box itself, carried to the
mind of the receiver of the bank' a fair
ness, and be took lo charge the "box of
gold" as a special deposit, held at the
nek ot the owner, t he box in the sale
.1 L.... La... 1. .11 Iia .
UI couioir, urvi. u . ... .u iu, , . . m.tj,K.. ;
cersof the bank, and they congratulated VJ mm "7 , V.Y.
themselves that they had been selected as
the custodians of so vsluablo a treasure
Davs passed on and the "box of gold" re
mained nnoalied for until a few days ago,
tha gent'emsn who deposited tho box
drew on the bank a draft for a considera
ble amount of mooey, whioh amount ru
mor on Third stn et places at 5,000. The
"box of gold" was again lifted and exter-
nallv examined, and its weight induced
the bank to cash the (trait which was
drawn upon them, believing that the
"box of gold'' was ample security for tbe
Soon after the payment of the draft
tho offioers began to entertain a fear that
"all was not well, and they again eon
eluded to examine the aforesaid box
They sent for Sohroncr, the locksmith,
and the box was opened and found to
contain, instead ot precious dust of Cali
fornia, the pure gold, only a probable
wolrht io shot, reauhr buelethot.- The
bankers saw tbe extent of their swindle,
and the security for the amount of the
draft paid, io point of value fell below
aero. Cm. Eng
CASn RECEIVKD BY THE STEWART TO BE PAID OUT BY DIM
FOR THE USE OF TUB INFIUMAKY FROM THE 8th OF APRIL,
1805 TO APRIL 8, .18GC.
l-,.1 i: i -
James McNaull fur Potatoes...
II Bowers,...'.:.. ......
D Guth for Butler... ...
D Guth for Butter... .
James 8andcrson for bark... .
- Directors........... ......
- Courty Treasurer,...:......,
Armentrout .............. .........
County Troasnror,.. ........ ...4. .
County Treisurer,.'... ............ ......
J Kinnirger for Lard and Seed.....
Boorie.'i... .v.. ....'... ......
" Treasorer. 1j. .'.w... ...... .......
i: - 'Ti (! II I') "Hiri J
'tri ... . .
- , CO
, ;: o oo
- 86 50
. r 2 75
' W Edwards for amithin'g ;.,i.rrr.p,..i.',,V-.-i).--.-', Li P
JMcNanll for butchering,. .i;.. ...B-.W
T'J McNaull fofteira .m8 00
Beer for wick yarn ....i.jiii-i.j..'..;'j '..ii.i...1 ' '"' wO
W Patterson for goods'1' '.i ..i.ij.... ,"4"0
ricitman 1 for e''j'"'A'T.-X'9-'-j rwi
.. , H Howkersmith, ,Ji ;r:.V.:.V-.'.'-....'..-. - 2 VI i
Mrs Riohio'; for vihegar v.V.l 25
'''J Shinebafgcf for bringing pauper, , .4,1.. :nt 5Q'
' "-o.:.v p.. ;.: ' ; . ,. ...i 1 Art
UUIU lur Kiuuciivo-.. .-................. . .
James Craig for ' performing labor. l.tfiV.-iiiVIil.'.'ii' ' '20 00
.. 8 UU
t.i'. "-5 00
, . , , ... ---7 -r--.0 - r
".'" do , ' Pattor8on for goods
;' , do " ' Hammet for tavern
"'. 'An '.'''''. br atambs ..'..:'.:
' ' do' ''. Mrs Richie for vinegiir.',
" ' ": do"-' McGcC fof Groceries.
" " ' do ' G W. II eltman .for Bacon..
'!an'".',6J Crallforeoal" . '"7"!
;.-. -: po pattcrsop f or thread ""' ' :.;(-. !!!'.
',' ' ''" ''do '' " " S Welty Tor'mlltcns and gloves, .yicVA
! '' 1 'U '''-! 'j 1 Mm Rlehia for butler.' " I
' Mrs Riehie for butler,'
D K flull fflrbrlngingpilup
w rox for mtuiem i ; t
. W 8colt ier thread! :'
'j.. . t XI ill.i. tnT tnTnrii lliM
1 " Mil.?. a v. ....'' : j"'
tl Wolf for clover seed.
; Shoamaker for vlneeaiH " r-
J! W SoottftrCraoksryom I
jura liionia lor moiaasei .
t 5 50
.ir jrooj-'jri-noi-.iX'X 1 6
! ii,, i au
''.Oi ir; .
t --4 nl d-.
........ 60 00
1 r? A tr
" ' BT - '. ! . " ."IV'.-. -'1.:n' :lt U t'iM'"' d HTI.WI V.l
" 1 anoT oJgCHEPULE, BHOWlNG THE PROCEEDS, OF,THB FARM FOR mB
i ov , vil'iH I I1M M K NI ll.VIAPItll, B. 1HI1R Til AKK.I I. M 1BR
'Bushels of Wheat, 289 ; of Corn, OpO fn, nr, of Oats afiorr)tatoas890) 'of Buck.
1 Ml ,
TIIE 8TEWART FOR THK UBB OF THE INFRMA wheat 118- it Timothy 8eed 18j; of Bmna 81 of(Tornlp.l5:of Been 10: ot Par, nlo.lt 1.
HUM ArUlli 0, IOOO lJ Arniji o, iouo. . i ponnus or nuuer oou i 01 ni
Richland. Infirmary, .... .......
W B Porter ftf whisky and camphor,
n H Dobbins tor Percipity... ......
for potatoes ....J.......
Stockman for tobacco...............
J Bishop for Ointment..!.... 1....,
Mrs. Hunter for Calf.
do ' Turnips,
Tons of ilav 84; nniinda nf Pn.v K inn .- K..
ueer ,ui apih i)ur suuub. . gnugna, .uoiasses w cailoas.
r . . ..,1 1 a 1, 1 1 . Ol..l- ... II .1 1 A... ... .
wra wi pom
88; Shtep V,
Crosscut Saw 1
Wind Mill 1
ua, ouap v unrein.. Dv.t v. miuj Humes, ana, vaiiie it Aead; noaa.
Wagons 8, riowe 2, Cultivator 1, Double Shovel Plows 2, HarroWa 2.' Axaa8
I, Mattocks, 2, Hoes 2, Harnesa 2 setts. Saddle 1, fieaper 1, Wheat Bake -1. "'
I, Iron Wedges 2 King malt l. Waihing machine 1, Sausag Grinder 1..' . . ' .
. LABOR DON JS ON FARM. ' ' ' . 1
Pairs of Pants 2l, Shirts 40, Dresses 26, Chlmese 46, Skirts -4, Tew els 4, Caps VBatlcii
4, Pillows 2, Pillow slips 0, Aprons 7, Ctmfbrts 14, Blockings and Books 80 pairs, Coat 6,
Gloves and mittens 8, loads of mannro 146, pannele of fence set 80. Saw logs out and Hauled
85. cords of wood during (ha year 40. , . . , ' '.i "
do rurnips,. .............. ....... .... .' '' 00 The foUswlng is the number of paupers adnmltted and naalaJntf tVpm th several lowi-
do: Snuff,, ''15 shipu" i i' ! '" ' " ,; ' 1;"'j' "; : .
for beef.. ....'" 1 00 Received J. Butter, B. Smith; J? Hill, P; 1 8narp,' 3 8toler, and 8. Siimmert,
M Miller for hotse feed .
J Willi! for Tin-ware... v
D Goth for Crockery
do . Cheese.............. .............
II H Dobbins for whisky.'... C. ............ ...
H H Dobbins for. II jrii wire... -.-.., .....
J Holland lor lime..... ..
for Fisb,.'.-'?...."-. - ; :',r.
W Armentrout for Combs
D Fox for beef.......
i- i a fnmt CI rrnori ft! .
JHeralerfor shearing .heeP.-...'.L.......-v-- 0
. jiieienu"ni'' j.
II n Dobbins for'Vurpontine
ao 1 " percipiiy
80 - Tbera are at present 40 inmates In the1 Infirmary, 22 males and 18 fumalea. Tha
' 70 oldost 82 and the youngest one year old.' : Number from each township L.Montgom.
! 1 10 efy II j Orange 2 ; Clearoreek I ; Sullivan 1 j Jackson 8; Ruggles 1 ) Green 8 1
75 Milton 8 ; Vermillion 4 ; Perry 8 ; Moheoan 4. The health of the Inmates is good
100 with two exceptions no deaths since our last report,"" Q L I OST'-I AJ T A
1 50 We, the Direotors of Ashland County Irfifinary hereby certify that the above
;L 40 and foreaoine statement contain k oorreot exhibit of ths affaira jot the. inntitnllon
1 40 with the proceeds above mentioned, given under our bands tbia 8th day of April,
-l'40l1RAA . - 1 " v a f? '.r m v,t fi A
" .".'.vi: ""rv'v '.'"i vinnryUftr
:. Examined and approved the above bill and believe it to b correct,;
u ! i..i-id I b v . . . t :'.' - ,-. ,Si4'
i -i fill I
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June 13, l800-4wnl '
JOHN VAN NEST.