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THE .ASHLAND UNION, - WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 29.
ready paid. tb nioat fearful pecoltica that
Maa fall on offending States in the losses,
tho suffering! ind humiliations of unsuo-.-
.etsaful war. But whatever may to ;tho
oilt 6V th'b! puujshmcnt of tlio conscious
'author of.-tha .iBdurrcclioD, candor aad
feninion justice demand tho concession
that the great moss of those who became
'Involved in its responsibility acted upon
nhat they believed tu be their duty, in
defence of what they bad boon taught to
bclievo'thcir rights, or under a compul
sion, physical and moral, which tboy wero
, powerless to resist. Nor can it bo amiss
lo remember (hat; terriblo as have beon
the bereavements and tho losses of th's
war, they hive fallen exclusively upon
either section and uporrneither party
that, they have" falUn, indeed, with far
greater, weight upon those with whom the
war began ) that in the death of relatives
tad friends, tho dispersion of families,
h disruption of sooial systems and so
aiaj tios, the overthrow of governments,
fclsw and, order, the destruction of prop
jty, tad, of .forma and modes apd means
Of industry,, tho loss of political, commer
cial tod moral influence, in every shape
tad. form whioh groat calamities can as
sume, the States and '.people- whioh en
gaged ta the war against the Government
of the Uuite States have suffered ten fold
more than those who . remained in allegi
anco to its Constitution and laws.
. These et ts'dcrations may not, as they
certainly do cot, justify the action ot the
people of the insurgent States; 'but no
j out or generous niind will refuse to them
very considerable woight in determining
th line, cf conduct which the Govern
' aeati of tho. United States should purauo
i-Winti tbem. ,nn
Aceeplante of its penalties. ' '
" they accept,' if not with oianrity, cor-
tairny without sullen' rcsnctmcnt, the de
feat and overthrow they have sustained
They aoknowlcdgo and ncqnicsco in the
results, to tucmsdves and lue coun
try, which that dofest dovokes They
no longer claim for any State tho right
to sccedo from tho . Union ; they no
lodger assert for any Stato in allogianco
paramount to that which is duo to the
General Government. They have ac
cepted tho destruction of slavery, abolish
ed it by their Stato Constitutions, and
Concurred with the States and pcoplo of
' t the wholo Union in prohibiting its cxis-
to'no4 forever upon the soil or within the
jurisdiction of (he United . States.' . Thoy
indicate and evince their purpose jnst so
fast as may be possible and safe, to adapt
(heir domestic laws to the changed con.
flition of their acoiaty, and to secure by
Siw nd its tribunals equal and impartial
ustice to alt classes of thoir inhabitants.
They 3mit, the , invalidity of all acta of
resistance to tho National authority, and
91 ail uuuu lucurreu in aucuipiuig ih
Overthrow. They avow their willingness
to" share, the 'burdens and,1 discharge
all the duties and obligations which rest
open (hem, in common, with other States
and' other sections of the Union ; and they j
. renew,, through their representatives in
this Convention, by all their public con
duct, in every way and by tha most sol
emn acts by which States and societies
oal pledge their engagement to benr tiue
faith ani allegiance, through all time to
come, to Ihe Constitution of the United
Statesand to all laws that may bo made
hi pursuance thereof. ..
i'::: Appeal to the Nation. -
Fiitow-countrymen : Wo call upon
ybu:, in full rclianco upon your intelli
gence add your patriotism, to accept, with
gyiiqroOT aodungrnging confldonoo,'lhis
. 't aw1JA!rLa1 rt 'ilia. arr nP iVahA .lutnln in
arms against your authority, and to share
with 'tbem the tonor and renown that
await', those who bring back peace and
jWpeort-'tQ Jarrhig States.. Tho war just
'""elosedwith all its sorrows and disasters,
tosbpetred i now ' career of glory to the
tftftmit'it tms savea." it has "Swept awav
the hostilities oi sentiment and of interest
which Wertyetandingmcnace td its' peaoo.
1 has destroyed the institution of slavery,
always a. oause.of sectional agitation and
atrife, aad has opened for our country the
wty'tou aoity .vof interest,, of principle
. aad of action, through all lime to coma;
It .has developed fit both sebtient a mill
taix capaeity -aa - aptitodo; for achieve.
aicirts Of war, both by sea and land, be
?re unknown even to ourselves,' and des
',' thttd' to' ex0ro!se heroaftcr, under united
councils, an Important influence upon the
. oowtinoat and the world. And while it
MB thus revealed, disciplined and com
- Meted our cower, it has nroved to us
. (eyead controversy or doubt, by fhooourse
jatsoed toward botn contending sections
by foreign powers, that wo must be the
' frnardiana of our own independence, and
' that the' principles of republican freedom
- V ' ' -iril represent can find among1 the nations
: ef;the earth no, friends or defenders but
i ejvrtelves. ' "'''.
"p-'Wa eall upon you therefore, by every
. iwnstde ration of yoar wn dignity and
safety, and id the namo'of liberty throuch-
out tbaxworld, to oomplete tho work of
restoration and pcaco, which, the Prcsi-
" ift for ofctbo United States has so well bo
sWcJi.a'nd'whicli trft pojiov adopted and
"the 'jpWnftiples asserted by: tho present
dodrtoss atone ODStrUOC
' 'Theitiiiovia close at-feana' when' mcm
fcertuf a new Congress are to be elected.
It -thai Congress shall perpetuate (his
foKtw by excluding loyal States ahipeo
f la front , representttioa it fit halls, shall
erofiene the -'usurpation by which the
- JelgieUtivs'powsn of the' Government are
; aov ewroisedj aommtm pTudenee'e6mpebj
. itt lb anticipate augmented 'discontent,1 a
fallea srithdnwal from the duties and
obligations of; tha Federal Government,
ivtenai disseeaiMtr, tbd a'goaeral collia
0W of aefitimeDta aad pretensions whl.h
oky ranew, in a stilL'mors fearful shape,
. tha-eil war -fronf which ' we have Inst
tfsrgo1. We aaJlnrxid yon to interpose
yourpowor te prevent -the recurrence of so
. transendent a calamity, i' Wa call nnon
1 yon in every Congressional district of
. tfvcYBtatil'W. wcurt1 tti ''election1 of
Membefs Who; whatever other differences,
. Jtt'4Vol!arttotcriis their bolitioal action, will
( (Bniti'la'reoognlsirig the ' ri); of every
tiuttetf (he Unto to 'itprcicntaiio in
lej'otHtr, md ahii- ibill admit to teat: t'n
. iithef " branch', tvery' loyal Rprctentative
front every State m ltllegiance to tlie Uo
trnmcnt, who may be found by each
Bouse, in, the exercise of the power con
ferred nf)on it by tho Constitution, to
have been duly elected, returned and
qualified for seats 'therein. '
When this shall havo been done the
Government will have been restored to its
integrity, tho Constitution of the United
states will nave beon re-established in
its full supremacy and tha Amoriooo Un
ion will have again become what it was
designed to be by those who formed it,
a sovereign natiou, composed ot separate
States, caoh liko itself, moving in a dis
tinct and indopendcut sphere, czercisibg
powers defined and reserved by a com
mon Constitution, and resting upon. tho
States and all ths people subject to its
authority. Thus reorganized and restored
to their Constitutional relations, the Stales
and tho General Government can enter in
a fraternal spirit, with a common purposo
and a common interest, upon whatever
reforms the security of porsonal rights,
tho enlargement of popular liberty ar.d
tno perfection ot our itepublioan insula
tions may demand;
J. M L&NDI3. , J- H. LANDI8.
J. M.LANDIS&BBO., Editors.
Aftklaud. i t t Awfiiat 20, 1800
Democratic State Ticket,
Eleolion Day, Tuesday, October 9th.'
For Secretary of State,
GEN. BENJAMIN LEFEVRE,
of Sholby County.
THOMAS M. KEY,
of Hamilton County.
For Member Board of PMic Worlct,
HON. WILLIAM LAB WILL,
of Ashland County.
- JOHN B. YOUNG, Esq. .
For Common Pleat Judge,
. . GEORGE W. GEDDES,
DEMOCRATIC COTJHTY TICKET.
, .'','. ... For Auditor,
. R. M. CAMPBELL,
For Prolate Judge,
J. P. DEVOR,
,! ' For Clerh, ' '
J. G. BROWN
For Protocoling Attorney,
WM. B. MoCARTY , ,
. JOHN VAN NEST
. For Infirmary Director,
W. G. U ALLOW AY,
. NEWS ITEMS.
Eight cemeteries in St. Louis -reported
121 cholera interments on Wednesday,
and there are about as many burying pla
ces that did not report.
The New York Herald's Washington
correspondent says that Jeff Davis will be
released oa bail or parole soon, holding
himself amenable to the process of the
Court which is to dispose of his oaso in
Octolor next. 1
The recent peace proclamation of the
President haying officially closed the war,
tho pay of (he enlisted men of the army
and navy will be rcducod to the old stand
ard of $11 per month, the effeotof tho
tot for its increase having expired by
limitation. ' ..''
' Thomas J. Tumor, Chairman of the
Republican State Central Committee of
Illinois in a letter over his signaturo, has
resigned and withdrawn from tho corrupt
Abolition party. , Sensible. M '
' The Secretary of the Treasury will dis
burs nvnrly eighty millions in currency
in paying interest on 7-30's and liquida
ting temporary loan.
Samuol Covert, the murderer of the
Roosa family, was hung at Lebanon, 0
at noon on Saturday. - He deolarod him
All bnt three counties in Kentucky
have been heard from. The total vole
stands, aocording to the presont returns,
fir Duvall, 00,585 ; for Uobson, 58,582,
Duvall'e majority in hnudrcd and soven
oounties is 88,007. '
In Iowa the Radicals havo fastened up
on the Slate an odious uxoiso law similar
to that enacted by the New York Leis
lature. As a consequence, tho Germans
havo bolted, and great is the tribulation
of the Radical brethren thereat. ,
; Dean- Rhhmond of Buffalo, is lying
dangerously ill at the residence oft friend
in Now York oity; ,. On Friday evening
he was not expeoted to survive but a few
hours, and hit family had been summon
ed to hi bed sido. ' ' .,
IHs .' proposed lo have a grand mass
meeting in New.-, York to ratify the pro
oeedingt of the Philadelphia Convention,
and tt Herald toys $100,000 have been
subscribed, in too city to carry out the
'."A deplorable State of affairs is'reported
on the boader. Additoihal mrrdets by In
dian are reported botwean FortRono and
Laramio, ansa fearful an 4 bloody war is
antieipaMTba Crow'an'd Blaokfoet
on the Upper j Missouri are also reported
out, the Orowt having torn tlioir tbeatv to
picoot ana muraerea ten men as com
Soldiers convention. -
i I . ;.l
An tddrvs has been issued calling up
on all "who approve the restoration pol
icy of tio President and the principles an
nounced by the Natiocal Union Conven
tion at Philadelphia, to assemble at Cleve
land, on tho 17th day of September next,
for consultation on the momentous issues
now convulsing tho country." In speak
ing of tho representation of tho Southern
States, in Congress, it adde ,
"This wo cannot refuse, without a vio
lation of tho Constitution of our country
and a risk of its utlor overthrow.- We
seek and will havo no association in po
litical action with men, North or South,
who are not avowedly and in our opinion
sincerely faithful to the constitutional
principles for which we fought ; but if
men who have taught or practiced treason
now openly renounce their eirors and
maintain with us the true principles of
our Uovernment, we shall not reject tneir
co operation. ' When the destruction of
the -Union and the preservation of our
form of Government are in issue, however
much we regret to sever cherished politi
cal associations' and to co operate with
former enemies, we must prefer to act
with those who have been wrong and are
note right rather than with those who
wore right and are now wrong.
Believing that our Governmtnt is again
in peril, we appeal to you who have fought
to savo it, and who hold it dearer and
moro eaored than all party tics, to oome
to the rescue. Let tho soldiers- and sai
lors agreeing with us in sentiment, but
who cannot in person attend, send dele
gates, through the action of their Socie
ties or of local Conventions.
The Address is signed by Major
Gcncras Custer, McCook,' Rousseau,
Crook, Meredith, Thomas ;Ewing, Jr.,
and is approved by Major-Generals John
A. Dix, Jumcs B. Steadroan, F. P. Blair,
W. II. Slocum, D. E.. Sickles, John A.
McClcrnard, and many other gallant sol
diers who fought for the restoration of tho
Union and are not willing it shall now be
destroyed by Abolition traitori.
Governor Bbownlow, the black-hearted
imp of perdition, has issued an address
'To the Loyal Pcoplo of Tennessee," in
which be says that there ia a conspiracy
on foot to involve the country in another
war. Wo quote : ,
"An attempt to force traitors into thoir
seats in Congress with bayonets will be
made the occasion for the outbreak. Let
the detpot at tlie head of tlx Government
attempt a thing of this kind, if he dare,
and a million of gallant Union men will
at onoe appear In the District of Colum
bia, surround both the Capitol and the
w bite Uoubo, and dispose ot the beads
of leading traitors after I ho most approv
ed style ol the age in whicn tbo Jliog ot
England lost his head."
Again, this holl-dcserving wretch says :
"If anothor war shall be forced upon
tho country, tho loyal masses, who consti
tute an overwhelming majority of the
pcoplo of this great nation, intend it shall
be no obild's play. They will, as they
ought to do, make the cntiro Southern
Confederacy as Uod found the earth when
he commenced the work of creation
without form and void. They will not.
and ought not to leave a rebel fence rail,
out bouso or dwelling in elcvon btatcs
As for ths rebel population, let them he
The Radioal Judicial Convention for
this Diifriot, whioh mot in Mansfield, on
Fiiday last, nominated William Osbohn,
Esq., of Ashland, on the 49th ballot, for
Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.
Mr. Obeoen will make a very good can
didate, but no one is foolish enough to
suppose for a moment that he will be
eleoted. Tho voters ot this district will not
support any man who favors the disunion.
Negro Equality-policy of Stevens, Bum
ner, Wclkcr, and their associates in tniq
oily. ... ; .
t&" The Medina Gazette says that it
learns from its exchanges that thero was
a Convention held at Ashland on Ihe
"ISth" of th;s month ; that it partook of
the spirit f secession ; that Richland
County had the "Probato" Judgeship for
several, yoars- and was unwilling to give
it up ; and that "Monroo'' county couldn't
see it in that lighted "boultsd." This is
a good "goak." The Domooracy of glo
rious old Momoo will be surprised whon
they learn that thcy"boultcd" the nomi
nation of "Probate" Judge in this Judi
cial District. . Is it any wonder that such
creatures as the aji-tule editors of the Ga
tette volo the Radical -Negro-Equality
Mr. Gatette, yon better attond to your
owo affairs, hereafter, and yon will not
make suoh an A double 8 of yourself as
you out m mis case. .
WELKER voted to give the Negro
soldiers several hundred dollars bounty ;
voted to give the Negro Bureau $7,000,-
000; voted away about 250,000,000. But
would not. vote for the bill giving bounty
to White soldiers. ' r - ' '
' 3 Congress was in session 280
days. Thoy will assemble again on the
first Monday 'In December, . and sit until
tho 4th of March, when term will expire.
That will be ninety days more mating
'for the two sessions 820 days: and for
this timo they havo voted' that they shall
havo fen thovtand dollars. ' This will
mnko their salary a little over $30 a day.
What do you think of that, farmers, mo.
ohnnios and laboring men 7
; , ? iiou. jr.' it. pooiuiic.
. The distinguished Senator now at tome
in Wiacocaiu delivored,a specoh in Madi
son, the other flay, in'whioVHo" said'; ""'
And fellow oitizcol, we must look up
on foots as they arc The presont Con
gress .was elected in the midst of war and
conflagration.' Thoy wore ".elected as a
war Congress. It was the spirit of war
which breathed into it the breath of life;
and war they must havo. And if it could
not be War upon the rebollion for tho
rebellion had given away,' and it ' could
not be wreaked upon that thai War muBt'
be waged upon their own Administration,
which tbcv tbcmpcivss cieoieu and placed
in power. And from the beginning of
the session to the end, with unrelenting
hostility they have wgod upon' the Pres
ident and every man who assists thePres
idcnt,'ineluding as humblea person as
myself among the number.' , But do you
suppose that the waging of this war up
on Androw Johnson upon that .man who,
in the 8cbate of the United State, stood
like a rock and rolled back the mad waves
of secession whioh . dashed against him
r cheers 1 ! do vou sgnOose that Andrew
Johnson who has suffered more for the
Union than all the nien in tho Congress
who deriounco him-; that Andrew John
son is to be driven from the performance
of his high and saored duty as a states
man, as a man, as a Christian 7 It is to
bo supposed that by the denunciations of
newspapers here in Wisconsin, or else
where, thai faithful band who stood' by
him in sunshine and in storm will falter
for an instant f ' I assure you fellow oiti-
zens, these men who make these denun
ciations do not know the spirit that aotu
ated (he men who stand by Andrew Jonn
How easy for me as an individual, to
have floated with the passing excitement
of the present houn, to havo avoided all
this denunciation. My term in the Sen
ate docs not expire for some years to
come. How easy to have avoided all
this controversy, to have acted with this
dominant faction and party. But no!
iciiow citizens, i toll you, and I assure
you, it is as certain, in my judgment, as
uod lives ma reigns that unless tbo peo
ple in this country sustain Andrew John
son now in bis determined effort to' sus
tain tins Union and to arrest tho mad ca-
reerof this wild tonddncy to contraliza
tion, yonr constitutional liberties aro on-
gulphed id a vortex from which they will
never1 riso. rCheors. - That tendency is
to despotism, the despotism of a tyranni
cal caucus the meanest of all despotisms
trom tne days ol the seventy tyrants
down. ' rCbeers.T There has occurred
this session, in relation to' caucuses, in
Congress, that never occurred belbro in
the history of the Government, and that
is, that caucuses .undertook to bind thoir
members upon questions oi legislation
And yet these men have suffered them
selves to bejed and bound hand and
foot : and many of them in the Houso
ai tt .nrninninnvfin MAn.ne. ihm. ...ri.
mont, have been led by Tbaddcus Bte-
venB, aim me men aoioointci with him,
to make this unwarrantable, unjustifiablo,
this most devilish warfare upon Andrew
Johnson. Cheers. There is no spe
cies of denunciation in which these men
have not Indulged, and with which they
did not fill their newspapers from one
ond of tho country to tho other. There
is not a day, or thorowaa'not a day some
time since, when tbo newspapers did not
teem with tbo declarations that Andrew
Johnson was "too inebriated, too lutoxi-
eated, that he was "continually under
ths milucnco ot intoxicatiqg dnnkB, and
unable to perform the duties of bis office."
Thoy charged upon him other things
which I would blush in this presence to
mention ; but they are just such illiberal
concoctions and infornal, infamous false
hoods as ever was .concocted by any Bend
from the internal' regions. Cheers.
KT Hon. Geo. W. Geddes, of Mans
Id, lias been renominated by the Denio-
oratio Convention of his district as thoir
candidate for Judge. This is not more a
compliment to the Judgo than an act of
wisdom toward the public He !b ono of
the soundest lawyers and best cit'uens to
be found on tho Ohio bonch. Cleveland
Plain Dealer.' .,,
. THE AIJDUESS-
Wo invito the attention of our readers
to tbo Address of tho Philadelphia Con
vention to the people of the United States.
It is worthy a careful perusal.
I6T There are hundreds ot conseiva
tive men in this District who will not vote
for Wilkes becauie-he voted for the bill
giving the negroes tho right of suffrage
in the District of Columbia. '
Cuicaoo, Aug. 23, I860.
. Tbo great slaughter houpo, at Iho.Un
ion Stock-vards: Jaa opened to-day. . lit
capaoity is to slaughter six hundred head
of cattle per day, and .two thousand, head
of hogs. Tekgram to Cii, Enq. , ' ,,
Front the heads lying around loo so we
infer there is a groat slaughter-house jus1
opened at Washington. Its full capacity
for business has not yet been 'put to tbo
test, Cleveland Herald. .,
IS-Tho Now. York Times one of ihe
most prominent Ropublioan papers ia tho
country, asks the following porMnent ques
tion, which we commend to the consider
ation of our radical neighbor: of the
"Was it frank, fair or manly to ask
the Southern States to ratify the Consti
tutional Amendment: abolishing slavery
if we intended, .after they accepted that
condition, to keep them out ol tbe union
Stand up, face the musio,; and answer
like men. ' ,r - . ' "'
' A Washington special ' says tt Is an
nounced that Judge. . Advooato'lToIl; has
been iromovod -from his position in the
War Dopartmont on aocount of bis Radi
- '. . Welker's Speecli.
Wa have been usable to Hbtain a full
report of this radioal tirade against the
Democrats, tho- President of the United!
Slates, his supporters and the Union, de
livered by the "learned Judgo" before
the Abolition Convention at Weostor, on
tho IGUi intt. ; but the following is .the
substance and its' main fcaturos as far as
ran be ascertained from thuso who heard
Ihe borrangue :
After thanking the Convention for
again' honoring him with a nomination, lie
paid Ins respects to the JJoinocracy mus :
BrEBOU OF WKLK.1511.
Democrats aro all Copporhoads all
Disunionists, Rehelt at heart, and aro do
ing aWthcy can to overthrow the Government.-
Loud applause '-'All John
son men are fori and traitori, and Andy
Johnson and his supporters aro in league
with the Rebeh of the South,' endeavor
ing to nlaoe the Government rhto the
hands of Copperheads and Rebels, in or
der to re-establish slavery. ' ' ''
The negroes aro all LUxAL, and tne
only true Unbn men of the whole South.
We passed the Frecdmen's Bureau Bill
for their loyalty during tbo war. It
was the negroet who orushcd.tbe rcbillion,
and thev are entitled to the respect of a
grateful pcoplo for their groat sacrifice in
our behalf, applause, as had it not been
for the Neciroes the rebellion would have
been a fixed fact, and ibiavery oocn ex
tended all over tho JNOrth.
"Andy Johnson may do his worst. We
can rtass onv law tee please over hit veto.
and wo will do it, so help us God.". His
leaguing aith the Copperheads and Iveb
els don't disturb m in tho least. We will
go on in our work, and make the South
feel tho weight of our power. Wo will
teach Andy Johnson and his advissrs
that no Southern mombcr of Congress
shall pass muster and tako his scat with
out coming to ourlterms. Applausp. "
The Radical hearers were ia ectaoies
ovor this speech. Tho Woostcr Postmas
ter was enraptured with it. When the
"orator of the day" waB pitching into the
President, it is said lie shouted "glory,
and "amen," and throughout bis counlo
nance bcamcdvith satisfaction, and he
"Very, very linpny !"
It will not be long, however, before there
will bo a rcmarkablo ictmngo come over
tho "spirit of his dream.", Andy
grinding his axe for the business, and
the woid will soon bo, ' off with his head."
Wayne County Democrat
Even tho New York Tribune kicks
Stanton It says of him:
"There was a tima when Mr. Stanton
could have retired without descend
from his proud position. We rcgrot tho
fact ; but that titno hoi passed. Tho Sco
retary has stooped, ond cringod, and pal
tered, and truckled, till he may now bo
contemptuously ticked out with porfect
satoty to tho kiokcr." .
And yat the Tribune thinks ho might
get a trifle lower, and that would bo in
accopting a foreign appointment, wbero
he eould hido himsolf. . :
tSr Notice is hereby given that the
funds belonging to the several townships
of Ashland County aro now ready, for
I8AAC GATES, Auditor.
Auditor's Office, Ashland, 0.,'
August 29th, 18G0.
Tlio SceondlfTorm of Hits School will com
mence uu Monday, tjcirtcmiicr M, in UusuncU a
Duuiunc. iuo urauciies laugiu wiu no as an
nonncca last term,
Chemistry, rhyniolopy, Philosophy, AlRCbra,
Geometry, Latin, Greek, Eimliau Grammar,
mifucr Aiunmcuc ana oiucrs.
A npeclAl feature of the School will be tho In
fltnictton. auriMuwed bv none..
given In BOOK
aunrinu uy oidi;d ana uow
iirlo and Double Entrv. The
coarse includes Jorauioix-I.il, Paper, Motes.
Drafti, Bills of Exchange, CorronDondc ico. In
terest, the shortest pnulical method known
yucouni ana rcrcentao.
PENMANSnn 18 E3CTBA.: '
Mr. Jkff. C. Eksmixokr whoso line cnlinrc
and skill aa an Artist well lit lilm for It, will
continue nt his post, as In tlio suimucr, to give
Instructions In f alnllne and Drawlntr.
With full course of work bi-foro tlioni, tho
teachers ol this School aro assured that thoy
protl'cr excellent advantage to tho. dlllgcut
Tulllon. Including three months, (12 00
or In proportion lor the studies pursued.
Slxtv I.i-Ksons in Writing .......JO 00
Cif l -iiiuinir and Drawing Lxua.
The Camp, The Cattle Field, And The
, Or Xi$hta and Bhadowa of the
Great lie Demon.
Heroic, Patriotic, Romantic; Uxtmorout,
i ; and iragical. ,
Splcndily Illustrated with over Ono
JIundiod flno Portraits and boautiful
Lngravtngs. '' -.
This work for pculalliumnr, lender pathos.
sinrtllnj Interest, and attraaiive luosuiy
stands peerless and alone amoni all ila com
pelit jrs. The Valiant mid Druie Ilearlod,
the ricturesque and Ur.imaUj, the witly and
marvelous, the tender and tkepaMlo. The
roll or Tame aoa story, Camp, I'lcttt, Bpy,
Scout, Klvouas, and Sieire; Blai-tlinf Burprl-
mi: Wondtrful Escapes, Famos Words and
Deeds oi Woman, and Ihe whole Panorama of
the Wirars hore IhrilU gljr- porlrajod In J
masterly manner, at onos hislorioal and ro
msntlo, rendering It the mostample, brilliant
and readable book that thawir has caned
forth. - '
- Amusement as well as instruction may be
found Id every page, as iraphio detail, bril
liant nit, anil authoniio history, aro miuuiiy.
Inmrwortn in Ihls work ot literary art.
This work Sells Hself. The people aro tti ed
of dry details and partlr.nn worts, and want
something humorous and romtnllo Wthave
azentoolaarinc over 1200 par month. Send
for circulars, and see our terms and proof of
tho aboro assertion. .
Address 8. P. JONKIN CO., ''
i.ii; i . ... 1,8 Rao i Street, Clnolnnall, 0.
1 1 Attachment Hotice.
William Burrls. Pl'ff.l Before Btcphcn Mnnee J.
vs. J. P. of Hanover township
Wm. C. Hall, Dcf'nt.l Ashland County, Ohio.
On the ifith day or Jul A. D. ISflil, said Jus
tice lssncd an order of Attachment in tlio above
action for tho sum of S5,00, twenty-five dollars
and Interest Iron) tne 4ln ol nov. A. U. leul,
Au(T. 1, 1800-87
Injure Ag aint AcciJchS
J V - t i'T'-'T'. !': ,J. -; :,.!ivi!':A
., Columbus, Ohio.
.! . 'tii i 'f -fA 7 t v
Chartered by the State of Ohio
STATlMiat or NKAHCIS.
Anlhoriied Capital, ' $1,000,000,00
Capital Buhsoribed (Paid and
Scoured) ouu,uuu vv
Cash Assets, May 1,1808 .' $190,000 00
Scoured Notes and Collaterals' ; -
convertible into Cash at will - $040,000 00
Total Assets,' $580,000 00
Br the laws of Ohio such stockholder is lia
ble for Ihe indebtedness of the corporation in
double the amount oi his subscribed slock,
therefore the ultimate liability of the stock
1 1,000,000 00.
Or Columbus. . '' .
Insures Against every Variety of
Causing Loss of Life or Pertonil Injury
Such at Accidents incidental to travel
by railway, steamboat, or other model of
conveyance, Accidents by Machinery, all
formi of Dislocation!, Broken Bona,
Ruptured, Tcmont, bpraiut, Voncutsiont,
Uiushes, (Juts, Stabs, Uunthot, wounas,
Poisoned Woundt, Burns and Scalds,
Bites of Dogs, or other vicious Animals,
Assaults by Robbers, purglart, ox mur
derert, Lightning, Sun Stroke, Exph'
s.ont, Drowning, ke., &-c.
PREFERABLE TO LIFE INSURANCE,
Inasmuch as it it cheaper, may be secur
ed by every person, irrespective of aye or
condition of health, and gives the policy
holder 'EEKLY BENEFITS m case
of Accident whichthe Lijepoliey does not,
Pollutes are Jaswd for, from
$500 to $10,000
MCOOIj & STIUVENS
(Successor to W. G. Hellman,)
ONE DOOR WEST OF TOWN II ALL
. ASHLAND, OHIO, ,
Havo just received one of tho largest and
best selected Stock of
Glass Ware &
l .! I.I ' ' . ' 1 ' '
Ever brought to Ashland, consisting in
part ot .'
coffee; '.'- i ;
salt by the barrel,
" ; carbon oil,
' ; ' SPICES, ' '
A large lot of QUEENSWARE just re
ceived. .. ,i ...
GLASS WARE, , , .
KNIVB8 & FORKS,
. ! POCKET & PEN ,
. KNIVES, , -,,
, , , ,, TABLESPOONS,.
LADIES' TRAVELING BASKES,
. MARKET BASKETS, - ;- -.,
, , i WILLOW & ROTAN I . . r-
-i ; SCHOOL BASKETS,
BEST BRANDS OF ' : i...i .
Constantly on hand. Our motto is .
"Quick Sales and Small Profits."
Tho highest prico paid in Cash fir
' BUTTEIl So EGGS,
and all kinds of Country Product). ';
Wa desirs toKy to the FABMEH3 that e
stall ejiacavor to- nanuit mur rroauc so
that it will be to their benefit., We therefore
ask you to give n a call. " ' '
JEST Goods delivered free of charge.
'" .:"COME ONE COJIELL." '
MoCOOL & STEVENS.
a4 SJiaoijO- e;,tt
. I'.V 'i t.
1 ,: .
Dollars 1 1
'- "tow ut-nnl ;.'.
Patabls in Casi on DArn,;:e (
WITH WEEKLY COMPENSATION
OF FROM w ' ' ?!
$5,00 ,to 50,00
Per week ia ease of any accident cadslnavdla-
bilitT preventlBg attention to baslBCsa ooean
pation. ' ...''ill'
The cost or -a yearly policy- lot eraiaarr
risks is at the rate of only . .. .
FIVE DOLLORS FOR ONE THOUSAND
The amount said as nrcmlnm Is returned
every in case of disability as long as the dis.
ability lasts, even should It be half a year;'
tT Thus 820 00 per annum paid to tha
(jomyany secures flU Uu a wook
while disabled by any AccK
' dent, and $2,000 itt
' case of Death. ' .'
IT IS THE POOR MAN'S INSUB
. ANCE COMPANY 1
Policies may be taken out for a slngla day
or for live years, or for any intermediate
time, and aro tenowable ot pleasure. ,. ,
NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION R E-.
IgVAll elaims are paid promptly,. a soea
as evidencs is received of the disabilities ot
BENJ. E. SMITH, President. ' ' . .
D. S.GRAY, Vice Pretident.
GEO. B. WRIGHT, See'y and Ireaa,
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK,
BUILDING, COLUMBUS, 0. '
AGENTS IN THIS VICINITY.
Ashland, J. W. 8.MITH ; M.ansflold, J.
II. EMMINGEU, : Woostcr, ALFRED
ROWLEY'S NEW BOOK STORE, "
i .:: . . . i,
, ioi : . ; T .
Wail and Window Paper, . '
Window Sliodrs & Fixtures,
' "Green and Buff Hollands,
. '.:r-. ,. Albuius and Portmoniea,
' ; 1 : Oold Pens and Penoiia, :
Pioturcs and, Pioturo Frames,,
Books !i Stationery, nil kinds, i
With other Qnods kept in a first o Boak
Store j can be bought at '" "
ROWLEY'S BOOK STORE '
ladles of Asbland and vicinity, my. stock
of Sheet Music ia large and complete for
sale at published prices,
' pianos, . .; ;
, ' " ";. violtns,
" . ' "guitars, &c,
i At prices that oaat help bat plena. -
l'i',', on short' notice.?',;-.,,, ,
of all hinds done promptly '.
G. P; ROWLEY, Successor to
i .' J. H. RiEDABro. .
August 10, 1866-ool0yL'; ",', '
NOTICE TO TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES.
TyOTICK Is hereby given thai from an t (.
1 ter tbe date of this nolioc, no bills Hill
be allowed by us te tha Trustees of any
Township la mis County for keoplng om
door paupers, unless dno notice be given to,
the Dircoljia of the Ashland County Infirm.
cry at the time suoh relief is first afforded.
- , , . w. . WM. CRAIG,
"'. " JAS. MoNAULL
' ' " M.LATTA.
, r- Dlroolors,Co. Infirmary.
; ,.;t6 'cmBVKVTtnt:u','..:
Tha advrtis. havlna boen . jrutored to
health la a few weeks by a very airnpl ritav
ady, after having suffered for saveral years
with a sever luog afteotlon, aad that dread
dl. ease. Consumption ia anxious to make
knowa.to his feUow-suflfer.ers the mesas of
To all who desire 11. he will send a atn
of the prescription used (fre of charge),
with the directions for preparing d veiag
ths same, which they will find a ivi fcu
for CoasuMPTioa, Lung Affeotioas. The oaly
objeot of the odvertiear la saodiag tbe Pre-,
sorlptlon is (fi benefit the araiotoa, and spread
information whioh ha oonoelves to be lnvoln
able, and he kopes cvrry sufferer will try U
remedy, as it will, tot then, nothing aad,
may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing- theprrseripUoarraxa. by
return mail, will picas address
, Key. js u weAnu a w imud,
"," " WUUamsburg.h,C.,KlnKsN.,)f,
NO 1 ICE.
' Notice is hereby given that ths undersign,
ed has been duly appointed and qualified as
Amlnlstrator of the estate of Wm. Jiurd, Jr
late of Lake Tp., dooeascd.