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THE ASHLAND UNION
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ASHLAND, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER l. 1866.
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OKO W. 0EDDE8, Common Ple.sJudgo.
- I. INQMAND, Probate Judge.
. 8, U. BAKBEB, Cl kCoia. Pl'i&DUt.Ct't
4. W. BILL, Projeouting Attorney,
Cf UJTT if j,f1'CJEt jj." :
: ISAAC GATES, Auditor. :
V H(NRV HER8HEY, Treksurer. ,
' iOHN 0. BBOWH, Shriff.
"". 6E0K0B W. TJKIE, Bccorder. .
JOHN KEENB, Bonreyor.
I8RBAL MARKLK, Coroner.
' JOHN BEBBI, . A , . .. ., , ,
-1 JOHN VAK NEt.'TS yCommUtionwi.
' JAMBS MoNAULL.
. WM.GBtia. . lnfirmry DIreolori.
;. J, 9. MARTIN,
, OSBOBN, AthUnd.
II. M, CAMPBEU
; ELI V8 ffBAUNFELTEB, Smnnnh.
J. 0. JijfuiMoi.CMhler, H. J.pm,
FMMT JTjtTIOJTjIJ. BJUTfi
'.'"Of A8HLASD. OHIO. "
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HULBERI LUTHER, I 0. H. TOPPING,
JACOB CRALL, J. 0. JENNINQ8
JAMES PURr, I
. I)o exolui?ely sBBnltingbualnea Buy and
loll Baatera Exoh.nge and Coin; Clscounl np-
'. (9T Bull Revenue Bad Poslag. gtampa
T. H. Bakib. A. S. Bavmoabdser
W. 8. Barruta, T ?ji.U. Mvuu. .
I BAKER, BATTLES & CO., BANKERS,
- Dealera In Gold, 8Hre r, Ecbenge U. 8. Bonda,
Uncnrrent monoy, Bevenne Stamp., c
I. v Dliconnt approved paper, pay Interest on
' N time depoelu, and do a
PENERAL BANKING BUSINES.
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. OPP031TB th MoXul'.y Uoui.. Aahland, 0.
. ... At. Millbb. Proprietor. Good aecommoda
.'. tioaa and reasonabla billa. Patronage to
Helled. WJI , MoNULTI, Proprietor. South Bids o-
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ATTOBNElf AT LAW, Aahland, 0. Parlio
., alar aUentioa paid to ColleotiDg and bu
alnesa in Probate Court. Office on Church
treat, between Main and Sandusky
T.J. Kbkt. ,. R. M.'Camieili
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Aabland, O.j Office
- oa Church Street, In the brick building im
' ' mediately ff eat of Cahn'a Store.
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ATTORNEY At LATf j'OIEoe over Wallaok
Andrewa'Shoe Store, Main Street, Ash
land, Ohio. Alao authorited by the Gor-
trnment to procure Pension Certificate!
Bd Collect Bounty and Back Pay.
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ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Aahland
-. Ohio. Offica in iha Briok building over
' Slnger'i Hardware 8t re.
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ATTORRE? iT LAW, FIRE AND LIFE
. Insurance. Agent and Notary Fublle. Par
'7 . tloular attention paid to collecting-. Trobate
, . businen, Partition eases anc Execution of
... Deeda. Mortgagee and Contraota. Office in'
'. Miller' Block, Seoond Story, Main Street,
' . oppoait th Town Uall, Aahland, 0..
A : .'..'on i. r. crajte,
V'?ICB Ona Doorfraat of Qqulra'e Drug
Btora, Up Stair. Besidenoe Corner of cen
tre and Washington Street, Ashland, 0.
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PHT8ICIAN A BURGEON, Aahlam. Ohi. -.'
Panioular attention will b paid to the
treatment of the following speolal diseases:
Dyapepafa, disease of the Liter, the Kid
.' Bey J, Scrofula and Epithelial Cancer.
jPHfttCIlS SORflKOW, : jahl OJtlo:
tnoi aver nugnea a Biaouer a otora, op
poait th Town Hell .
' W. RJI.STOJT,
' IWELLER and Silver Smith, one door Weal
of Pottr' Drag Store, Aahland, OIilo
. ,Gld and Steel Pen., and a ahoice variety
it Jewelry k.pt constantly on hand.
. Hirheit nilaa Bald fnr old flnlri .ml Alt...
Repairing dona to order, on reaaonable
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fcomii oaiiBiBOioriiy warrauieu , .
-t- ... IBBOfil Of ' TOOTB.
A Oaatlemaa who o9erd for yea I om
Strrout Debility, Prem.tura decay, nd all
a etfecUotyoutbful indiscretloo, will, for
the suffering humanity, ie nd free to all who
jaaed It. th redlpt an direoliona for making
the ilmpl remedy by wbioh he waa cured
Sufferer wishing to pronl by the advertiser's
- axperlenod, can da o by addrreing
' 1 - JOHN B.OGDEN,
18 Chmb.n St. New York.,
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THE DOG OXDfl DOG.
- Darn the dors I Tber ioet a tbre by
At pana of plate eIibs oat of i door, and
tbere goes the oueaedest and wussedest
pieoe of excitablo canine we ever taw I
Four jean ago, the day after a ohap on
the cars had the upper end of hie anuf
punobed for calling us traitor, Po Hatoh,
r eave n that baton of red and brlndle
dog, then done np small like but looking so
bull dogiah tbat w vera al raid of an pie
ture lor a week I jo. aatd be wai an Al
ebtma bull dog imported from New Jer
eey in a basket, u a nniDle of the hand-
some of that country. . Put be was a
pretty purp. His tail ya no longer than
a wicked man's prayer, and was full as
stunning I And those ears I They looked
like a small oorncr Qt plug tobapoo And
sucb eyes I And such eyebrows 1 When
he wot t child, to-called, some monster
must have tlung him head first agtiuBt a
store wall, for his eyelids looked like Ben.
Boiler's, boti'o shamed of something I
His jaws were pretty jaws 1 They vere
so severe in their angles there was to
auchyutc in proportion to the purp, that
we warned to call Dim bwissbelm, but he
wsn't that kind ol a pell But he was
nipn onto til jaws I
We kept bim four weeks in the Banc
turn, and all tbat time hired a nigger to
watch him. He'd steal- iejJ is no name
for it I So we concluded to call him
John Brown. And he kept that nigger
uiiguiy uuey waiumng uini, ll at ia(
the nigger being suoh a emart, mimioky,
educationnble cues, got so much worse
than the dog, that we kept the dog to
watch the nivger I Ji pad, wap t it a full
team f Strange jiow niggers, will learn
And he was tie hnngriest dog we ever
saw I A penny worth of beef didn't last
him as long as a frn dollar bill would a
Democrat the eight before election.. He
bad a toe voice lor beet. And what tbo
dog wt-uld not eat the nigger would !
And ihe dog grew Inrge and ponderous
about the jw. lie used to eat paper,
books, mats, vests, old hats, proves, pat
rnt leather boots, window curtains and
sii-h ' He ate such stuff for dessert. Thai
dog ale's fuli calf bound aet of JIarper'$
Wctkly one day, just pn account of the
can. ano on ate ten eopies oi tno
eogo Trilune ono day, bpt the lie in
them r.apera made him so dog coned sick
all that week that he would have died if
the Linger in 'em hadn't emeticsd 'em
out, and eo he got well I But he never
ptnid himself to a shadow hankering af
ter republican newspapers apy more. And
he kept on straling. We alwaya thought
thim republican newspapers aided the
development of that complaint, for be
waa sure to steal all the nigger earned for
fle'd walk out on a rainy day for his
health, and always came back with some
thing he'd found. Once it was a Indies
veil. Then it was half a ham with a
butcher knife sticking in it. What he
wanted to bring the knife with him for ie
more Iban we know, unless be bad to
cut and run 1 One day be came in with
a bubya cradle. . lbere was some blood
on the edge of it, and ill that afternoon
(he bell-man was out ringing a bell and
yelling "boy lust 1'' John Brown didn't
go ont tor two or three days 1 Unce he
came with a wooden leg in bis teeth.--That
nigbt a wooden legged soldier was
missing but as crippled soldiers were of
no tcoount, be dtdn t try to keep shy a
bit. ' He brought us the leg no doubl
thinking it the kind of club we like.
And he used to steal money 1 He'd go
into t store and snatch greenbacks out or
a cash drawer just as handy j Qne doy he
came in with a contribution box he'd sto
len from ihe entry way of a elosa com
munion oh arch He -carried it behind
the end of the siJe hoard, broke it open
and looked tick I John Brosro never
stole a contribution b x again, and after
tbat, when we'd point 'to that bos and
smile, he'i 'drop hit tail, what there was
of it, and look lust aa Ben. Butler does
when having his picture i taken I And he'd
steal halters, bridles, saddle? and such
itutt And aa rie grew older ne'd actual
ly nnbitch a horse and lead bim eoro
the line to liinncfota. When anv one
would call out ''John Brown' he d go
for a horse sure I Apd.jp we bad to
change hia ntme, - What to eall the cuss
we didn't know.. ' But at he had ehawed
up to many books, and was always med
dling with what was none of hia easiness,
and grew to be- Sort of d.ogmaUo, nd rad
teal about his bloody jaws, we letl on nail
ing him' John Brown, and called him.
Charles Sumner. ' For a hi le he seemed
to like it. He was an ambitious dorv and
to keep hia name good! meddfed with so
much that waa none of his business, that
at last he cot a dog goned oaning, which
so uffnoted hia back bone that we had t
send for Anna l)i.kinson. After she
strengthened up hi spiual vertabim, he
howled and ranted round so, that we bad
to change hia name again. '.
So we called him General Curtis And
tbat seemed topleaso him mightily. He'd
stand on his bind legt before a glut,
poke the hair ont of his eyes, and whan
he went out of doors he strutted about as
though he was going to fight a Pea Ridge
battle I And what notioe he'd take of
mules 1 He foil in love with mules. He
became enamored: of mules, and often
would lead them to the outskirts of the
city, and hide them in the bushes. And
he grew Into molt a tute for ootton. Nov
er saw a dog to fond 'of cotton. 'Twan't
aafe for half the ladies when oat prome
nading in fall costume to meet that dog
in the street 1 In faet ha had suoh a lovt
lor eottonthat'Jt 'twaa't iaf to' et bim
walk on the street, nor slay in the sano
torn, nor go to any nlaoe, so we called him
General Siege!.? That bothered him. He
had a tough time of it. - Gracious, how
he'd twist his jawt and bark 1 And he
loved to get into a dog fight too. He'd
whip any dog in the oily. But it took
sq long to get him into a fight, that he
was useless. . Ton tea when we wanted
him to fight one dog, we'd set him to
fisjht another ont. and then he'd back in
to tother one and fight kit way bat Bat
It took so long to learn his style, and then
'twant always convenient to get np two
figts, to we changed his name again.
He grew beautiful each day. In fact
he was a handsome ouss I And roikt took
ao maoh notice of him he forgot he was
nothing out a poor dog, and he acted so
that we thought it best to call bim Gener
al Butlor. . : .
You never saw such a qhange eome
over a dog. lie grew eunmnger and can
niotrer even? dev. - He'd ao totho butch
er shops, rub his paws over the carcass of
a dead beef, and come home to make ns
believe he'd been fighting. And as he
growled so when he came, and never had
any cuts or wonnds on him, we thought
he was getting ti be terrible brave Kut
at last found him eat And how that dog
would strut I Aod be grew mean. Ho d
drive small dogs chasing kittens to soma
point oat ol harm's way. An$ he'd snap
aid snarl at women always insalling
them. - And he had half a doicn pups
tye'd picked op sround the city, as mean
but Dbt aa smart as be, and these pups
would chase poor girls into some oorner
where Ben. putler would sorowl at, bark
at, and then after rubbing bis dirty nose
over them, lesve them with somo wound
on them. But when be beard a gun,
Lord bless you how he'd fun and hold
his tail close between bis legs. 'We had
lots of trouble with him. When bo saw
a church he wanted to go in and steal
something. And when he saw a tele
graph report in the office be looked as if
he wanted to ohange it some' way.' The
only thing he was fit for was to waloh
jewelry atores 1 Let that dog go by a shop
yindof wqere there trouM be some silver
ware, and he'd stand around there all day
And he'd look into store window, and
break into cnurones to look at me com
munion plate. . And he'd foMow a funcr
al for mieo if there was a silver plate pn
the coffin. Most folks thought he was
always ono of tbe mourners. But when
we found the graves were dug into, and
one day saw hia kennel filled with silver
plates, screws, eto., gnawed, from comn
lids, -we koew what a" Vehement mourner
Ben. Butler was. A funeral procession
just passed the door and that is what
pc nog goned dog went out ior go quicxi
If anybody wants a red or brlndle,
sqqare jawed pet of thia kind, whoss
keeplng'will' not amount to ever fivo or
six hundred dollars a month, nnless we
have to pay for bis stealings, we d like to
sell him He it a tweet pet jurt such t
purp as some poor man who is not able to
bay a window curtain or a book for his
wife to read, would want, ne can eat a
horse- and chase the rider np a tree any
day, and were it not for hia peculiarities,
would be a fioe doe. He 11 eat anything
from an inkstand to a linen night ahirt
from a pound of candles to a baby from
a magsiine to on India rubber boat, and
crows more hands'ome'evcrv'datf "be livea
We'll aell him cheap. I'or particulars
address with revenue stamp to prepay re
tarn postage on tbe dog, which Is each I
handy thing to have about, joura most
uug guneu iruiy,
tar Beast Butler having discussed the
justice of Ranging Robert . foOj the
Mobile Tribune thus anathematises :
'Hang Robett E Lee I It is highly
just that such a sentiment of tbe devil
should be ottered by to appropriate a me
dium as Beast Butler. . It would have
burned to pindcr, during utterance, any
other than Butlerian lips. Jt required
cheeks of lour7lold brass to give Passage,
without banting assunder, to such a sen
timent. A simple thief would have fail
ed iu the attempt to give it voioe : a com
mon mprdercr would not have undertaken
it ; a moderate ljar would have broken
down in the attempt; an ordinary poward
would hare been ashamed of it. It re
quired a perfpot pombination of tho whole
liar, coward, thief and murderer, in the
foul person of tho Massachusetts hero, to
complete tho inearoalo fiend capable of
standing op in full assembly and coolly
making the proposition to hang General
Robert K. Lee." '
tef When John Logan spoke a Car-
bondale last week, his mother and listen
were present la the oonrse of hi speech
he denied that he had ever given any ono
money to enter tho Confederate servioe,
whereupon his sister, Mrs. Blaachard, re
marked, "Tbat'i a lioy John'; yon gave
money to my husband to go Inlo the rob
elarmy." ' - ' '" '. ' "
tS" The Demooratio nartf failed to
evinee it uaual aes-anita whan it assumed
a portion of the responsibility of this dis
aster by even temporarily holding its prin
ciples in abeyance. . Tbe attempt to cre
ate a intra party la proven a melancholy
- Immovable adherence to fundamental
principles, and thalr application to all
itme ana eiroumeraneee, ao not only take
th stjpg from befeat, bat are proven to
be the surest guarantees of tiotory.
It it to be a mirror to give reflection of
the outer world to your readers and to re
ceive reflection of all uncomplimentary
sorts from them. It it to oater to their
amusement, minister to their consolation,
satisfy their curiosity, gratify their tastes
for the marvelous, .teach them morals, re
ligion and politics, form their sentiments,
lead them in wisdom's and folly's ways,
show them, to cV otbar, record their
good deeds and their bad deeds, publish
their incomes, advertise their jnventions,
guide them io youth, tell their friend's
and enemies when they marry, and write
their epitaphs. It is to make small med
great aod great men small, to build np
and pall down, to puff quaclts and to ex
pose humbugs, oraok up theatrical repu
tations and get full houses for nigger min
ttrola. It it to paint every qay s 'picture'
on the canvass of the present, aod when
the figures are scarce to reproduse the
past' It is to be snybody's servant and
everybody's master. It is to wield' a
mighty power and to be under its control.
It is to make the publie believe what yon
please, and to exercise the same privilege
yourself. It la to publish canards and
their contradictions. It is to make and
unmake oabinets, to coerce presidents,
raise armies, levy taxes, fight battles, make
treaties, dissolve unirns, manage recon
structions, pardon and condemn traitors,
and! run government generally. It ii to
work harder, moro hours io a day, with
lete recreation, oa lea sleep and poorer
psy, than any of your fellow-mortals. It
is to be busy when your neighbors are
idle, busier when they sleep, tho busiest
while they are enjoying a good time. It
is to be slwayt in a hurry, alwaya under a
press of business, always "setting up"
when others are lying down, and always
charitably "distributing'1 the result of our
'daily. labor. It is to bar your opinions
always pul to proof and seldom into
practice. It is to advertise other peo
ple's wants, wishes and wares, to announce
facilities for pleasure, to herald the ap
proach of diieaies and the jpvention of
cures for them, to make knon il;q has
been robbed, where, of how orach, who
is the' robber,, his personal history, hia
trial, sentence and its- execution. It ia
to receive nice fruit and notioe it, to bo
shown natural curiosities ipd describe
them, td bb everywhere It'alf times, and
be able to answer all questions on all sub
jects. It is to publish too much senti
ment for one, too much politics lor snotu
er, and too little news for all. It i to
make a doxen enemies to one friend, and
to be pitched inlo by anybody who chooses
to consider himself aggrieved. It is to be
labor your brother editor across the way
on paper, and shako hands cordially when
you meet It is to pobl'sh a paper for
two dollars in advance thtt oosls three, to
wail for your pay till a collector has got
ten fifty per cent, for getting it, and make
a living by tbe operation. It is to take
complimentary lieket to everything and
pay ior mem in complimentary notices
It is to be bored by friends suggesting
how yon should carry on your business,
and bullied by thus whom you have bit
in vulnerable spots. It it to win every
libel suit ooromenoed against you, and to
loose money on your publishing tbat yon
sit np at nights with a Job press to earn.
It is a lile of mingled good and ill, trial
and triumph, never-ending toil and never
beginning felicity, wherein yon work ont
your allotted time with "the "devil" al
ways at your elb,ow, calling for your sole
end in this Iife-ra little more eopy.
; Keeping: liaoon ITama.
Make a number of eotton bags, a little
larger than your hams J after your hams
aro well smoked place them iu the bags;
then get Ihe beet kind of sweet, well made
hay, cut it with a knife, and with your
hnda press it well around the hams ia the
bags; tie tbe bags witb good atriegs, put
on a card to ahow their age, and hang
them up in a garret or some dry room, snd
they will hang five years, and they will
be better for boiling than on the day you
hung them op T;is method costs bat
little, and Ihe bars' will last forty years.
No flies or bugs will trouble the hams if
the hay is well pressed aroqnd them ; the
sweating of tho ham will impart a' flno
flavor to the hams." The bains ihould be
treated ia this way before tbe hot wethear
sets in. '
Wedding Tonr to State prison.
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. a ujau iui ifv-iiau, vviu iu uiaio Uliru,
while attempting' to commit a burglary
near Milwaukee, Wis., a few days ago,
were arreptod, and polioo joatice before
liAm' iWav mam' arraiivn.1 .ani.niuil
them to eight months' imprisonment.
ueiur veing rcuwvi w ,w, in0j repress
ed a desire to be married, and the Ju'iljoc
performed the Ceremony:" The bridal
party immediately after left for the State
prison at Waupun, and the honeymoon
will be- passed within ita walls. They
were both young, and had never before
offended. ' " . ' - '
BQ. We heard a, uwyer and a doctor
diaputing, the other day, about a bill a
fellow owed each of them. He waa only
able to pay one of them, tad to he left the
matter to themselves who ought to have
"1 ought to have tho money as a nui-
forof court," said' the Jawyar, "fori
fared him from going to the peniten
tiary" ' ' --, '
. "Well," taid lb aootor, l tired him
h IP - . " ' - ?"
It Is needless to add which opt got the
money.,-. . . ;. . . . f,: . -j
Kzeino too much Stock. It it bad
management to keep more stock than yon
can keep well, and to eultirate more la,nd
than you can keep in fertile condition.
A field of corn that will produoe bat SO
or 25 bushels per aere, will oot quite as
much to till as it would if it had prod ne
ed 50 btuhols. So it is .witb all other
erops, and also with lire a took. John
Johnston, whose reputation is widely pop
ular at a sound prsctleal farmer, In a let
ter to tbe Secretary of the New Tork
Stat Agricultural oooiety, tayt t . "You
tee the thinking farmer making four year
old iteert worth, from sixty to eighty dol
lars eaob. and hit neiehbor'i at the tame
age not worth prer twenty fire to forty
dollars." ' Tf'e reason why the latter pro
duces poor cattle is, be pause he attempts
to raise more than hia farm will sustain ;
and the oonsequenoe is, that hit ttocV is
stinted in growth, and greatly depreciated
in raloe. Country GcnUcmay. , '
Farmebs' Tools ahd Tbinkits. A
peiaon keeping a horse and wagon, and
living near a tmitbery, would not act
wisely in keeping tool and material to
do hit own shoeing and wagon mending :
a man living half a dotea mile awsy,
keeping half a ooten horses and a far-'
mer't tutfit'of implements, wdufd be
equally foolish not to take these measure
td tender, bimseir iaepeodent,at least, to
the extent of tanking on aoltttering shoe,
setting one in plaoe of one that ia lost,
and repairing slight damagea to hit plotit,
harrows, reaper, tbreaher. to., in default
of whiob, half day would' be spent in a
trip to and irom the shop. -farmer. ' ,"
SIaooois in Shiep Fsrmen will do
' to look to their sheep, especially the
buck;, to see if msggott are bred in the
wool about fio horns, which is not tjofte
quently tbe esse at this season of the year,
i fter long and continued warm rains.
Tbe filth and dirt collect about tbe horoa
of the aherp, and the wool remaining wet
lor a long time, the nies lay their eggs,
maggot are brad, which, toon kill the
sheep unlcfs attended to.
Cube Ulip tbe wool off about the part
affected, pour in a little turpentine or
neptha, which immediately kills the
worms, after which, apply a little eoal tar
to keep oa tbe niet. J. V. JN. .
1-1 A BWPBfl Minv mtnAklAaninnli
nesa do nnt wash or oil once a vier inn
teqaently the leather becomet hard, dry
and rotten. A harness for service needs
about'two applications of .Neat e Fost oil
a vear. but It abould ha washed a often
as unce iu lurev ur luur weeas in airong
Castile soap suds, and kept in a dry place
away from dust
Hi?" Th Enquirer keeps it before the
people that 2,600,000 Union voters have
2 lf members of Congress, while 3.5UU,
000 Demooratid voters have bat 60 mem
bers. Well, what of it f Cin. Timet.
There is this about it : 1. It stoos.
or should atop, the assertion of ignora
muses that tbe people of the country are
opposed to the President's restoration pol
iey. They are not, but a majority
of a million are ia favor of it.
2. It shows that the pretended repre
sentatives of the people no longer repre
sent their will, bat flagrantly misrepre
3. It indicates that there is "some
thing rotten in Denmark something
tbat must be correoted, or else we must
abandon all olalmt to be considered a
country nnder Democratic institutions. -
If 2,500,000 rotors are to rale 8,500,000
voters, tho sooner it if understood tbe
9 We clip Ihe following excellent
advice from the Marion Democrat :
" Whatever aotion may be taken by the
Stale Central Committee, we hope that
our County Committee! will everywhere
appreoiate tbe need of unremitting effort
to enlighten Ihe people with faett and ar-
gamenie j ana continue io appoint meet
ing! and seleot speaker aa often at audi
ences eao be got together to listen. Let
tbe oampaign go on without inaotion for
a tingle day'. Agitate 1 Bring the peo
pie ont Let ns have mass meeting in
numbers greater than ever before met in
America Let us ' teaoh the traitors of
the North that Restored Hoioo mast fol
low tuoessful warl .
: ' A Tale of Woo." ; ,;
We find io Iha Detroit Poet a tad sto
ry of love, seduction, desertion and suicide
which we eondenae in a few lines. About
a year ago a young lady, eighteen yean
of age, named Delia (Jolwell, whoa par
pt reside near Erie, Pa , wae lent to
Painesville to attend the Female Acade
my at that place. While there ah form
ed the acquaintance of a man named Hen
ry Brand, aa idle, dissipated row, whoa
fair faoe and honeyed words wc-n the af
faction of the unsuspecting girl- The
deceitful villain led Her on gradually till
at last lie accomplished her rain, ana she
was expelled from her school. Her father
came to take bcr home, bat with a al radge
infatuation, tba eluded him and elop
ed with her betrayer. They went to De
troit, where they lived together for torn
time, be promising to marry her, bat pat
ting it off fftm time to time -until at
length be deserted her, leaving her alone
and helpless. Shortly after this she gave
birth to aa infant, but her sorrow audhsr
shame go, overwhelmed her tbat the be
came' Insane. A few"dayt ago she sud
denly disappeared, taking her child with
her, and it Is supposed the committed sui
cide, drowning herself and child, u soma
of her clothes were found npoa the river
bank. Thai closet the history of another
life, utterly, hopelessly wrecked. Word
ara powerless to express the weight of
guilt wbicb rest upon the bead of him who
did each fearlal wrong. - And lotunhoce
Ubat th Great Judge nay thow mery
uptpj ner wno was -mor ainnta against
than tinning" "-. '."..
BSr "I lore to look, noon" a voanaf man.
There is a bidden potency coooealcd wlth
iq tho breast which' charms and paios
mo " ' ' " ' '
A daughter of a clergyman happening
to find the above sentence at tbe close of
a piece of ber father's manuscript as he
had left it in his study, sat down and ad-
'Them'a my sentiments exactly, papa,
all buf'tue 'paint.'"
gtThe people at Portage Lake, Mich
igan, have been ior some weeas etoitea
over the diuppearanpe of Henry L. lie-
bat, a young man employed as a olerk at
1 Anse, who wont out banting with an
Indian, and wits never more heard of
Suspicion attaching to the Indian, he was
arrested, and various means employed to
trap him into a confession. Al list he
consented, on a bromia of hia efcane and
fir hundred dollars, to point on, ihe body.
Alter aeveral vain attempt to tirow hi
eompanioBi of the trtojt, 'the Indian at
last showed th body teeurely hid under
a log, around' whioh tetroh bad already
been mad without iucoe. Hebat had
baa ahot in thia back. The Indian waa
immediately arretted Toy mridcy1.'
- - 711 : ' ' ' '
tar Six feet ia hi boot t" exolWm-
ed Mrs. Parlingtoa. "What will th im
portaaee of thia world eome to, I won dr f
Why, they might aa well UU me tbat a
bad til bea'itla hit bat" A-:
I Ao editor aaya bis attention was
first drawn to matrimooy by th akiljful
manndr in wbiph. a pretty girl hapdle'd a
vruuiu,. n nercafc a uruiuer sutinr say uie
manner in which hi wife handiest broom
is not rery pleasant.
Aflmlnis ratior VfJalo of Real Estate.
JIf parrnano of an order of sal granted
by th l'robve Court of A ih land County,
io. I will offer lor aale at nnblia anetlAa
On Saturday, October 27'A, 1800, .
tl 2 o'clock P. M , npoa th premliea, th
foil-wing deacrib d real estate, siiualeia th
county of Asulai d and ital of Ohio, to wit
Being Inloi. Ko. (Uvea (11) aod larenty
threo (28), Bad out lot No, five (5) and six
(6), in th town of Mifflin, formerly Peters
burg, io th Township of Mifflin, la said
Terms af aala Ona third In naail
third in on year and on third ia twa year
from day of sale, -with Interest; back pay
menta to b aeourcd by mortgage upon th
Patjt. KRinrtTr.itT mv
of Matthew K eight ley, deeeased
dj 4 . v. 4onw, All y.
Sept. 26, ewlO
WHGELpu & WIIJSON
THB MOST DTBABLE at
. KOWLEY'S BOOK STORE.
WnEEtER.lt WILSON Sewing Maohlne.
Th moat Blmpl. at Rowley' Bobk'BtorV.
WHEELER & WILSON Sewina? ktaoitine
me ueai at nowtey dook more. - .
THB WHEELER a WILSON, th only
Family Sewing Machine, at Kowlrr'SlDook
Q . 1 t I - '
oiorc, Aauianu, vnio.
A. H. KObERS, Agent.
O)l.l0-nl8. : .
win, pur iif a " (
Set of Teeth for tl2.
OFFICE ATI inr RaiiIK tit TfawlMt.' Th,
umu oun-ur ctaias.
3VTaif lolej. Ohio.
iefM f. Cm U .
XTOTICE Is hereby girta that th nadar
1 1 signed hav been duly avnolnt! aad
qualil)ed a A tminiatratore of lb .Hat f
ltl riuk, dee d, late vf Ash and Coi
Oct. 8, 66. . , ' '
- r ' JToUc in Partition.- ;
"fJIMrit PORTER, Emery Port, Htrl.
Vj Porter, Oscar Porter, Mary Porter, and
VTolllf Porter, widow ol John S. Pnrtor, deV d
all f Aehlaad C 04 except Emtry1 Porter,-'
who reaidea a lh eouaty of William sad
Stat f Ohio, will take aotle that a petition1 '
Was Had agaiaat th oa th 26lh day of
September, A. D. 1866, la th CoOrt af Com
aaon Plea, within and for th county of Ash. .
laad and Stat of Ohio, by John A. Crl.w.lt J
aad Lucy Criiwvll, hi wife, aad I now pend-t ,
inc. therein (aid John A Crlnell and Lucy -llrtswell,
lUwife, la right of hia .aid wi:,'
damaad rartitioa of th following Bettl Estate, (
to wit; Sithat In th Townsliip of Green. 1W
th county of Aahla i and State df Ohio ; lh
Booth half of lh Sooth Wart quarter of Bo.
tloa number twelv ia Townahip number
twenty, f rang number sixteen, ontainlng''
ighty acre more lea j aJ tk west part
ol th aorta halt of lh aorta at quarter ot
eotloa fourtn ia Township anmbor twenty
and rejig aumber dxteea, omnwneing hi
th north weat corner of said quarter aection (
thence twenty chain sndtwentTSereBllika
thence oast sin. tea chain and Mveaty nt j
link to th place of baalnnina-. oontalninw ,
forty aer, and being th mm forty sores
conveyed to John 8. Porter by Joseph Kith-
cart aad wlf by daea dated March Suih, 1863. ,
Alao a part of th Berth east quarter ef sea-'
tloh fourteen, t? lowsihip number twenty,
and rang sixteen, noTl'eonrmeneing atf borV
nr twelv feet eoath of corner which f '
nineteen chain and seventy oa link aast,
from th north weet corner f th aforesaid
quarter aad runs then, aoutk aixleen rodsjr ' .
these aat tea rods, thane aorta ciiteeaS
r.da, thine west ten rod to th plao r bf'
ginning, eonuuning n aer aia anotner -tract
of laad beglnaini at th aonth west eotV.
aer of taaeaat halfof lh oouth eaat qaarter
of aattioa eleven la townahip number twenty
of rant BumberaixteeB.runnlnrthesce aorta,
thirty four toda to atone fhenC 'east thr
rods to a atone i then i ia a (oath at dlrao'.'
tlon about eighteen rod to a eto theaooi
eaat nine rod to a atone , theuo ia a aoutb;
aet dirtotioa about twenty aa ad to th
outh line of aaid aeatioa lvea and to a,
(ton twenty aia rod aat from th plao of'
beginning; theno wast twraty ain rod to'
th placa of beginning containing about twat
and ihr barth aere be th n mor ort'
lea ; als anc tier tract of land being th
aonth part of eaat half of aouth eaat querter
of section elerea beginning twenty nine rods'
act of (tie ipuib weat eoraer ef .aid halfonar-)
tor arolien , thenc tt ain rods to th oantf a
of thf Loudontillo road; tnwee aonhalong'
lh eeatre of said road vnta rods ; thtao .
weet twenty-two rode ; theno a aouth east
erly direstioa Io Ihe place of beginning'
containing on acre, two rod and twenty
thre perches ; alt of laid laad, above da
aorlbed, being land, of which John 8. PU
terdied seised of la said Ashland Count ,
and that ot to next term of said Ceurt, th
aaid Jo a1 A'. CrisWU Bnd .uey Crirwell hi
wife, will arply for aa order that pkffit)p,
may b mad of aaid premlaes, aad th dorew
or th aaid Molly Porter widow aibnsaio
JOHN CMS WELL LTJCT CElSWJELi;
- by J. H. slcCombi their AU'y.'
Nol. 8-6w.J . . :
Old and youog should usp
. :. . The Hair,',',
It prevents or atjopg the naif
from f illiiml Cleanse, Boratiflea,
Prp.-prvrfl, cntl rendcra it Soft and.
Olonv, rniriho. ilead freo from
0nl;ntT..,."'- " y ,
t li t'io I'Oflt ITuir Dregainjr and
pTosorvulivrj in the world.
Man u pactu riVo '(jlpMP-'r,
v. SOLE PROPRIETORS, ,
:'"."' ' ' NEW VORiL
Kanhocd i how Icat, how Eettored
' Tn. kll.tJ . L. 11... J
m bow WU1I10B1
of DR. CULVERWELL'S CEL
EBRATED ESSAT oathoaav
icaLoua (without mediolae)
ofSrniatAToaBoiA, or Seminal
Waakne, Involuntary Loaa)
Ihfotuct. Mantel and Phi a.
leal incapacity, Impediments to Marriage,
etc : (lao, Crnenamoa, Efilxmt, and Pit,
induced by self-indulgtae r sexual extrav
agance. . '
tUT Price, In a sealed envelope, only 8 el.
Th celebrated author, la thi dmlrabl
essay, eleary demonstrate, from a thirty year
suooeaaful praoilce, that th alarming onae
quence of aelf-abns may be radically rJ
without the dangerous ns of interaal mt4 J
cin or th application of the knife polntlnd
out a mod of oar at once aimple, certain,
effectual by mean of whloh (very aufferer,
so matter what hi eoadilioa may ke, may ha
may our himaelf cheaply, privately, aa4 .
radioally . ..
UarThla Leatur should b la tne kaa 7'
of every youth and every man In lh laaO.
Sent nnder eal, io a plain envelope, la
any addr.se, postpaid, a ript ef dx eeqls:
or two poat-stampa. All Dr. Culvrwll'
"Marriage Guide," price S5 sent. Addrati
th publisher, ."I .. .H
CHA8. . C. KI.INR A CO-
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, IT JUTTED. 3T.60 per fy. c
AGENT8 wanted, ladle and gentlemen, la
every County in the United States, to tell th
Ink Powders of tho American Ink Csmpiny'.
Th powder aell for forty cents per package,
and will make Ink enough te all Hfty bottle
or in ait usually r.tatlra t ten eent. per '
botti. 'Aemirtagintnna.il a-gross of Ha -'
day. and gliar 27p. ' The Ink can be mad
from th powder ia 4)re mljiutea la eommpA
boiliag water. It lea perfect black Ink, th
lath world. It flow easily, do sot orroda
ui. pea a panioio. never Burn. bb. l. boi in
jurat by Ireeaing, anoTlta solar wil last for
ever. - svary family la Amerlo - win bap It,
( a package will test a family for year, asd
ink can ht med in (mall quantities aa want1
d. With each (to we send a thousand oil
eular. With teeiiaonUl from lergymea,"7 '
lawyer, teacher, merahantr,- eomuerolal" ,
eollege. editor, ate., aad th taVnt't Bam.
oa lh bill. : Only-one peraba will b mad '
genl fbV a ou ity.-TH' trat one mb ing '
ThWy'BclUrttor a grW will receive it by
return exprew, together with. one. thousand -
nln,nl&ra anil Iha viwl,, t tell Im il.iL.....
tv h or ah designate. , It other tead for
lh anmo county; lh. mon. j will be returoedj
I U em fre of expense. T make tar ni
had batter designate vral count les. eith.S
he or ah will tak:- Send for trad list and
ireulora If Jreu dar rua th riik of welting -orxnd
lh men; for a gro. Latter d
draad to th Mayor, Postmaster, cashier, of
of Iha banks', or thxprM' agent, of this, '
dtp will eowtht th tBsineiS'htnorably ' .
and squarely conducted. ''Aa'Ink Powder will "
be sent by mail to any iddre. free of oharg
B receipt of forty eBt,t I . I . (,,.
Addrta. writing your Bane, town, oount
ad Stat distinctly, " . - .
AMBBICAN INK OOMPANir, Manchester,
K. H " THUM& W laAlsB.' '"" 4t.
Clerk for UkB GflmDslDT and nlla! Anf
MT Wife, Loulia BiJla, hiving left my
bd aaj board wtthoai Just o.ns or '
invocation, thlptiblle I hereby aotincd thai
will aot be aoeonatabl for aay debts of her
eoBiraeling, a 1 aaa willing' te provid for
her it h will ram aia with . '
I7-a ' . ISAAC IIDLB.