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OCT. 81, U69.
ponrt of Commo Plu of thii ; Count;
fijj egmnenae prj Monday ajjt S
' - tsWe er.ndr Jigatijma'.to. 8.
FlAKK WrtBS; Esq'; telegraph opera
tor of the; A. ' ft.: Wf B, :K.;,at ttis
fa a correot oopy of the Time Ta
:t$Uta rwUi,i' eeting of "the
Mioiiim, lldT-tnd";;itiembon of the
P rpsbytefiaa Cboron, within t&e Biohland
Piesbytryy at Mansfield, ' on Taeday,
ITdrembci 6iH, 1863-,".: ' V
' v , . ; 'inn1 i ii i i . -. . , r .
- Tlw members of the Ypong Men's
Literary Association are (requested to a
MmbUtl prtUely 71 o'clock. A full
artetidotr Is desh-ed, S jTBpoTtsn hoai-
IMtu be iraaeaoled. v ....
. !! Thei will be Episcopal seryioes
bold In (be Town Ball op next Sabbath
anoning atthe nsoal hour, end in tho af-
terrlooo ' f pofoojj ''atlW Bg'nrt (labe.
r J"- We bona iour read era . will be ar
iritfc lt cnnti' amount of reading mat
tar fjor ;. abprk (ime.ri .We are greatly
crowded at the" present time with advor
tiginir, bat We.hbne it will only last a few
weeks, whets wo will be able to do better,
Chanoi or Time. A, change of time
hasbeen made on tha Atlantic, & Great
Weatorn' Railway, and anoihor train put
on, ivaking aix train each way daily, nil
of which will earry passengers.-- A cor
Nat 1W t abjj f i bo jdudd jri' another
W-t ' "i"r- ' ', .'i '
A.ffVf fAPM-rO W freoived
tbree numbers of a new paperpubliglied
at Elyria, Lorain county, Ohio, callod
Tai Lorain ' CotJafjt ntioaltao. It is
Pemooratio to, poliues, nd;we, hops, it
way' toeet with" the-sdeeess'lt so much
de sc, eeoly jt)i -'that tot-Iked of
Jtadicalism. ;'.".-' .toS.U,
rWedoaaday r-aveniag, tha 84th; inst ,
(Bem'o'raddnm BookJ holongicg to J., M
Labdis, waa lost on Main street The
Boot contained Jot f papery which are
of ao jilne to any one hot the owner.
Any person returning tho' same to the
Union office will be liberally rewarded.
" .tqtjq' jog ,POE.--Tho old" saying
tbai Hgnres yon't jie," l: not always
rui; for InstaooIn he;'No't!oe'io Taj,
Pjwfi AabiandiCo'.ihey' lfectwhon1
tbej ipada the Treasurer say that the total
tal ii 'Mottgemcry township is 26 mills
on the dollar,. In this, the Union Sohool
tax of 14 mtlls; was, by mistake, Included
The iowoship tns 'a anhj 12 mills on the
dollar. " '
v RlSHJKATlOH Of JfDOE GlDDE8.
W(e fearn:- from the Columbus Journal,
Vrfa.'jlwi'.M' ibraW, thai on Toes-
daylast. the) 16th inpt.,'the rcsignalinp of
UACfge. W,. ueddes, iJommpo l'leas Judge
of the second snb-JlTisioa of the sixth ju
dioial district wns reecived it the Gover
nor's office." Ths OoTcrnor immediately
.appointed Mr, Osbotn, elected on the Oth
ins1..' td fill out the unexpired term. ' Tho
new term commences in Februiry next
W In tbeMlimes of exoitoment, po
Efipal. ucoes-ajid d'sfcats, there 19. grcat
dasiro ttinuiWti sucowoi a the- one
nana, ana on , tne gmcr .w arouse ae
pression. In this situation beware of
.. itroDblnkwWyhyilladdle jour bead,
pMtrlng ' your . nerres, ' and ;' make , bad
atiiao.' Ba 'a a '. substUntof :,i)ho , that
wilt soothe and quiet you, - drop into
Greeticwalds1 and: bn; i bo suit of
olotiesi of wbiob he has a large variety.'
flBOOKBiis. While jpn , ara jVawjng.
- Jdk round the circle." do, not ibreet to
call si e-Tamlty Grocery. .Esto're of Mo
: fifd &.9teTPS,.two doors west of the
tfow'n naJl',v.-Tiera joii.'wiU find a oom
pleta assortment olall kinds of Groceries,
Ae. &o '-.It jjj jrpnderjhat thoir storti'
s, alyajs orpwdea wittt ojisjomers,,,wiicn.
you consider the fact that tbey sell te
cheap t See : advertisement in to day's
paper.nKj?a J'tG.i-8i".':.i 'r.
'K Mosks Kino, 'in old oitlten of
,tiis townshipditcT vert joddenl j on TUes
flay last ' Ho arose in the worning in ap
parent good health, and, aftor finishing
. bu chores, wont into the reuse to read.
About 8 o'clock, bis daughter came Intd
the room, spoke to,hr father, and recelv
ing ho reply, went to bim and found that
v ba was'deaa $--his spirit teemed to hare
' been, without a-itraiclo, freed from its
tenement of efay,'od had latin' its flight
to another world,., Qb death is soppossd
to have teen caused by disease oi the heart
tST u. Kiwton, t)ntit. harinc sold bis
realdeas ln BavaniMh, and beunWlrr, Mw
London, Will mors aflor the middle of Not.
vral, Uatit1 hat . Ibaaho Will eentlnne In
buiinuiu usaalat6vanh All peraons
lndeb- ajeref W.oalt and st'.tls; "
' JTrff. .$.. i i'- :'" V -
OoDT'a Laot'i Book. Tbia, Jaadiog
Monthly Mag&sine for thfl ladio is al
ready On our table far November,.. iLis
replete' with everything .beautiful--steel
plaee,' fashion, music, choice) reading
and receipts.. One number is frequently
worth 'tnore than a year's subscrtption.i
11 win eoou ue ume 10 get. up eiuDB: ror
the newjycar. If eek or ;wo w will
pablUbj-'ha prospectus (o 86I,'; Ad.
dress L. A Godej, Philadelphia; .;
This far filmed Troupe of Minstrell, j
eompoaed of tba most oelebrated ariitiei .
and comedians in the country, will favot
the eitiions.of this plane and vicinity with .
one of their 'mag rfificetif -entertainments,
at thV Tbwn'BaiV oa'Tri day tve.;NovJ
23d. ThfJ havo attheexpeaseof several
hundred dollars) procured curtains and
scenery the very best and aro sparing
neither labor nor expense to maka. 'their
coming exhibition Phe far superior to any
of, the kind ever witnessed, id this place,
and will be able' to meet', (hpir patrons
with fine musio and plays,' such as have
only to be heard to be' enjoyed and ap
preciated." Let no One forget the ' time.
;. '' ; m-w
19" Our borpulent ootemporary , down
street is getting very poetical over the
beautiful nights we baVo been having
lately. B;ea him ; i ; .' . r ,.
"Who :wiil remain bottled up, as. it
were. In bouses) when such irresistible at
tractions sre prpsentcd outside f , Ob,
that we could hire a cheap livery nog on
credit, fasten on to some cheap "unpro
tected" and go far away to sonie romap
Uo and lonesome spot, "where." , .
; What in tho rfcucs docs' the fellow
want to "fasten on" to some "noproteo
ted," and go far-away to some romantic
spot for f JcSerso p, please explain.
i.?WoMBwor the War. Their lie
roism'and 8elf-Sacrice, is the. title of a
new work by Fiank Moore, author of the
"Rebellion Record," "Diary of the Amer
ican Revolution," &c, which is now being
published by tho National publishing
Company of Cincinnati.- From advance
sheets of the wqrk that have been sent to
us we nave pu ucsiianon 111 laying inai 11
(trill bo 6no of the most Interesting books
that the late civil war has oalled forth.
U'vil) be replete with thrilling incidents,
setting forth the daring deeds and heroip
sots of the women of oar country.-. As
the work will ba sold only by agents, a
fine opportunity is presented for active
young men who wish to canvass for sob
ecribers. Address J. T. Jones, Agent,
149 West Fourth street,- Cincinnati.
2ST A Harrisbnrir paper tells of a man
who his .-failed , in business - four times,
been upset in a stage coach, and thrown
down in embankment of sixty feet ; fa'Ieo
headforemost through a hatchway in a store
in -Reading; has ben married throe times,
and is the father of twenty one children.
1 Ho still lives," is in business at Harris-
burg, and keeps Roback's Bitters and
lilood rills constantly in bis lami ly.
; OiiEBLiB. "I bad rather , gradnato.at
Oberlin, Ohio, than at any other place in
the world, beoauso over fourteen thous
and of ber students are scattered all over
thcconlincnP-tbua lliiid friends every
where." 80 said a well knpwnobsorver
of men and things. : We pan add that the
graduates of tho Union Bosinefs Institute
located thej-0 aro unaniuinnB in tboir com
mendation of Ihe thoroughness and ener
HT of Mesers.'Calkins, Griffin & Co. Send
for Circulars and College papers without
fail.- : 4wI8-
Thk Lady's FrAmd toR Novmbir.
A beautiful etoel engraving, ''Feeding
thefiwani,-'J-nnd the usual superb deublf
Fashion l'jatptadora tbcfNivvtmber noaii
ber of Ibis oliarming magaiine. We note
the usual number also ot eniviags do
Toted to the Fashions to bats, caps, bon
nets, dreBses, fancy Work, &o. The liter
aturf ;is vtfs;,nsiial 'cxocllcnf. " Wa msy
specify "PresootS Dane's Honor," by ylr
cinla . 'Townsjend: 'A Quarter pf a
Million," by Emma B. Ripley ; "Second
Love',"--by Mrs. Iloomcr; "The Qld
Cloek's-fitory,'' by Miss Johnston ; "Mark's
Resolve," by Miss MOTicy; "Marret'a
Viotory," by Amanda"M;. Douglas, 40 -'
The publis'iers announce four Novelets
for the next year, by Elisabeth Prosoott;
Aminda M: Donglos, Kradk L,eo ' Benei
diet; and Max Weir.They also annonnooj
in addition the Wheeler k Wilson's Sew-;
ing Maohine, a Splendid list of new pre'
miuw. isoluded Platen Silver Tea Seta,
Cake Baskets and Ioe Pitchers, Silver
and ' Gdld ; Watohes,; .Gufts, and Rifles,
Clothes Wringers, Molodeons and Orpans,
ABpbjtOti'ii Cjrclbpasdia, Ac. A Jj'eailfn)
Steel Engraving, 20 inches long by 20
inobe's Wide! oalled "One of Life's Happy
Honrs'"? ill bo lent gratis to every single
(1,50) subscriber, and to every person
sending on a olub. Specimen numbers ol
the magariae, oontaining the' particulars
of the premium 'and other offers, and the,
reduced priees to clubs, will bo sent on
the reoipt of 15 cents.
1 Price (with engraving) HfiO a vcar
Four copies (with one engraving) 16,00 j
Eight oopies ; Cwitb extra tnagstrpe and,
an engraving) $12. ... . ".( "-. -vt
; Addrets Deaoon & Peterson, 019 Wat
pas Street, Philadelphia. ! -
; R,iiiMBE; I'jbat the 'jfbger. Setting
flachine is thi ,,bes ia the market ,A1
wayi'rpfiatre, and plwaysjreaiy.to flo.work
from" tho finest 16 tho coaraoet." 1 Aijojljcr.
boautiful stock just received at the Timet
. pffi:1 'Call in WtiuS
, IcswroR px-HiBiTiq-Wo had,
tho pleasure of being present at the exhi
tipn, of hj JExcelJlo titerarj Sooretyf
Vermillion Institute, on Tuesday evening,
tie 16th inst.n The performances, wore
all very good and did Crod(lt,totho.ocie:
ty . We will only attempt to give a brief
synopsis of the performVi'aj jM
space will pot p(ermjL.ns tq. comment at
longin, . ine nrsi was an essay ny w . v.
Henry iujbjeotI'Dangors of Anaroby."
This was a finelv WriUeo essay ana was
wall VAflif ' '-Tllft ftoS AaW HM hv
Thomas Barton f subject, ."Jhe Few."
Torn a pertormance was a very nne . one,
and we oan truthfully sny ths'tt they are
"ThaJTan" who could crodueo a. .better.
Neateauio the elasa on oratifin.i First,
F. G. MoCauley ; subject, "The Muse of
Olympia." Mao's production was one of
fine composition,. and on the whole, very
muse-ical." Second, "Ireland and ber
TronbksVS by PltWngerws a; AM rat,
and we think if he experienced no great
er trouhlet in composing than be did in
delivering bis, peifcrraance it surely . was
not very dinWit fof niin W prepare' a
performance. The third, "Elemonts of
Sucoess," by Geo. W.'Mkys, was a produo
tion high .toned and well spoken, and. one
too, which will toll In the' future iuccett
of Old Exeelsior. No comment is needed
as all know with what care George so
leots bis sontences and with . what ' elo
quence be delivers them.' Next in order
Leeturo ; subjeot, "Musio, its origin
and influence,'' by J. U... Hartman,' was
grand.. Jonq is a first olass elocutionist
and equally noted for fine composition ;
one, too, who has music in bis soul, and
we could bear it in every- sehtenee which
be uttered, i be lecture was very mstrue
tive as well as entertaining, for the his tor
ieal part of it contained facts which can
only be obtained by a very extensive
reading. , In speaking of its influence he
carried his' audience away on tbe wings
of thought so grand, as almost to bewil
der 'imagination, but an attempt to eu
logise, Would be futile ttbleef w possessed
the eloquence of John bimself.
' Debate was next ,10 Ordefc .". Question j
Shb!3 thi'Prdtccttve nolictl Prevail T
111 a .question " wan - affirmed by , Florein
Giaugue, of Fredricksburgh, with a speech
of half an hour. : Monsieur .Giangoo did
finely and we think he is truiy on hiccl
sior, although we do not agree with bim
in regard to protection, and think ba was
laboripg in a hard causo, nevertheless wo
will givo him credit for a very excellent
performance, and we may truthfully say
he did his work nobly. His speech was
argBmentalive, eloquent and logical and
we know him to be a scholar. He bad
evidently selected bis points .with csre
and he wielded them with the skill of a
master ; he established his fundamental
principles with precision and supported
them with arguments tbe most logical.
lie' advanced with care and displayed the
characteristics of a good dobater; he
closed eloquently and loft fhe deeply in
terested sadiencs. with, his roniafkB, al
most indclubly stamped upon their minds.
The question was then diBCUFsed in the
negative by M. N. Carnelius, of Lawrence
county, Pa., in an admirable m aba or.
Max. lotroduoed bis speech" with a' very
appropriate eulogy on our conn try, the
importance of tho issue, and by saying
that, "although tbe inclination to adhore
to that party in whioh we bavo received
our political training is inherent in almost
everyone, yet there aro times and there are
issues when party spirit should 'be lost in
tbe duties of an Ainerioan citireo. .Such
is tlie nature of this hcur, and such is tho
naturo of this issde.'' lie then showed
by 0 profound train of reasoning tbe ot
ter l illacy of the protective system, set-
tine it forth in terms so 'clearly that it
cujJ not bd mistaken, and .(lien tarrying
tt on from one stop to another he attacked
noat boldly tho principles or bis adver. a
ty, and when the nghting moment cams
plunged his logical -dagger docp in the
heart of the affirmative nrcumcnt. He
bowed the raso'ality of the manufacturers
in urging this system of oppression as
necessary, tq promote tbe bes( interests of
luu country, ttumu tocy, 111 nrai, - are ins
Only persons benefitted, and the poor la
boring class, who. iro the support or the
aronad those who bear the hardens of our
0ermnarK. ( wni-i'-ti iw wiiirw; w
ience triumphantly aQiidKsbouta of ' ap
plause. We are sorry we oarinot give his
citira speech 'as we veoald- faraish our
readers no better tttut. , :. - . .
1 The' audience before and alter each
claBS'WaS favored with the choicest musio
addini nreatlf to (lit entertainment which
.we annesiiauuK1 VMV u vw.
we have had the piessnre ot enjoying lor
a longtime.. . ,-:;. '
! W JliaTRiBOnoN8.T-W would call
attention to the opinio of Uno of tbe
leading papers of Canada on this subjeot :
t Moat of eof roidevi lave no doubt read
so mo' Of 'the numerous advertiueuosnts f
Gift Enternrfses. . 'Gift. Conoerts. La..
which appear from time, to time in the
publio prints, -offering most tempting bar
gains to those who will patronbo them.
In most eases these ire genuine humbugs.
But there are a few respectable firms wno
do business In thiraannor,' and they de
it as a mean of loctensing their whole?
salo bnsipJss1, Snd not to make money.
From such flrW, ii,.ia true, handsome and
'valuable articles are procured for a . very
small sum, and .wiusir ' more important,
no one is ever cheated. Every person
gets good valao for his dollar ; because, as
we have stated, it is intended to aot as an
advertisement to inorease their ordinary
business". '- ' ' , -- '-
: We have seen numbers of prizes sent
out in mis way oy Bberman, Watson &
Company,, of Nassau '8tteet, N. Yn and
there is no doubt that some , qf the- arti
cles are worth eightos ten times the mon
ey paid for them, while we have not seen
or heard of a single article whioh was not
fully Worth the dollar whioh it oost. . But
this is only one of the exosptiona of this
rnle, for aa a general thing tbe partioa en
gaged in this business are nothing, bnt
olever swindlers. Saturday Reader,
Montreal, u. ta , Jan. is, iwo.
M A K 1 I K D.
, On tho 11th inst., by J. Alborson, Esq.,
ac mo Miner Houte, in Urange, Mr. J.
MoCONNELL to Miss JULIETTE
POllTEK, both of Orange township.
U died. .. ; ' A ;
' On the 18th" Inst , in Jackson township,
Ashland county, Mrs Christina Hive-
ly, age 44 years, 8 months and 3 days.
; Services by Rev, 8. E. Herring. .
government-, are every yer.r raljd of mil
lions of dollars in order that the manufac
turers might reap the rioh barvost ari
sing lrora this nolurious systsni- of plun
dcr, permitting them under oover of
pruto tion by law to steal what is earned
by the sweat Whioh falls from tho brow of
the laborer, lie then contrasted tba dif
ferent results of tbo two systems, proving
from undeniable statistic teal one gpy
eminent has always flourished better an
dor the free than under the protective
systom,THat tne receipts Ot 'tBC govern
ment were aotually as high as $101,000,
000 more in one year under the free sys
tem than it Was at any time under, 'tbe
protective" system. 'The whole ' speeoh
was one profound train of reason and a
perfect stream of eloauenoe. No. one
present could fail to discor'n' the'cnarnetcT
of a rare orator and a fine debitor id 'our
friend. He began with firmness and pre-
dision and carried jt with him throughout
the entire speech. He built firmly, bis
essential and fundamental . principles and
fortified them with arguments' impregna
ble J .each sentence waa prqlound and sat-
iEiaiui 14 noun, oviueuiij wuuyea irom
the choicest material, and opritainina the
Very essence ibf 'jho subieot.in tjho .most
appropriate 1 words.' 'When a'.snfSoiont
number of these bad been enuniora'ted in
a manner which carried the." demonstra-
tioo with iwbthlths whole array of
truth. pad bee pu.1 in older ,t aanved on
to a oonollulbn firm as a rook "and irresis-
table as tbe mountain , avalanche, and we
think every fndividnni in ihp hail was aa
irresistably ioovinoad of 4Mof truth' aa ha
was of his own existence. Ha dosed
with a, very eloquent appeal, in behalf of
the laboring class, too primsdauree of all
we enjoywa-.a aation ; wiowwg'Vhocneo
assary it is for tu to. change tba proteo
tion and ipsisad 'of proteo ting tlie rich
monopolists, tq throw the arm of security
Placp to Tjuy r Groceries, Queensware,
oodeftyar. tVitlow and fllais-wars la al
ways Whore yeu can buy tho best'and
The undesigned,' McCOOt i STEVENS.
are now rcoeiving for Ihe fall anl winwt trade
an immense stoc't of everything that onn bs
uiougm pi in our una or .business, dirsst
from thS imnortart .and mannfAaLliFAFa Af
Now Tork . , '
We oonfidcnlly assw that oar Slook snr
p vises in Quanlily and Qualitj any lot of
Goods ever brought to Ashland, of
f? e have aunarb lots nf all irm ,1. nr r!njr
lea, Sugar. olasB'8, Syrup. Staroh, Baleini.
Cheese, Confectionary, Prunes, Spioes fruits
in their teason. Salt by the pound ind barrel.
Soaps, all kinds of Extracts, Dye Staff,, to.,
to. of.."-' ' -
We eonslanlly keep Ihe best of Mackerel,
Piakerel, Cod Fish, While Fish, and Herring
We also, whenever obtainable, keep the bort
Cured Meats. Our Slook of
QUEENSWARE & , , ,
was never surpassed In Ashland. We hav
a spiendia lot 3i Uloss Lamps.- On eases
are full of Cmlery, Unhres and Forks, labia
8poqns and. Tea Spoons, 4o all prooured
ftom thevSry past manufae Hiring houses in
ns cajicrn vines, uur stock 01
Iseotaplolei iMisietiOg of Ladies' Traveling
uuBktHn, m arum juasaeis, uiolhes llaskets.
Apple Baskets. School B&skati and all iihr
kiuas, and We havo everything in ihe line of
Tubs, Vowls. Ladles. Churns. Bunkota. Rut.
ter Tubs, to. We are jnit receiving 6.000
taituua vi ' '
nVom one-half gallon, ie six gal- sises, whioh
ws offer at Wholetale. er Retail.
1 Wa have everything you can imagine in
me way or . v
,,yANKE NOTIONS, . '
Combs, Pocket Books. Pins. Pens, Perfumery
Cosmetics, Dolls, and all kinds of children's'
, We haittakcaespeelalpalns te proourean
unusually largo sioei ei
j TOBACCO 4 CIGARS
of the best brands known "In tbe Halted
ijtatcs.and which we will sU v ery low. Of
eyerything that i r '
CAN BE PROCURED,' 'r
V have sought (he best and piled them In
AT OUR LARGE STORE.
, Ws pay .tlis highsst market prios for
UDTXEB & KGGS
and ail kiada f COONTar rHODOCI.
Tha best liranda of FAWLY f LOUR eon
stanilr on haai. . ? -. ri.-if
i We dasira to Say to thS Fanners that we
ball endeavor, to handle their Prodnee so
hat It will a to their benefit and profit,
t Kecolleot that we buy DIRECTLY from tha
Manufacturers and Iropoitera, without the
intervention of third parties, and by thus
saving th'a profits paid la them, Irs B0n that
much Cheaper. - . . .
: We aim to keep a First Class Family Ore
oerv Store where everybody oan be aecommo
dated t UiS lowest prices, tad Wher4 ranoers
will, find it to Iheirlnterast to dispose of their
prodaea and pureftase laeir Uoods... . ,
, REMEMBER OUR PLACE,
On Door i Wed. 0 tfo Tcncn Ball, J-
' ijcta'All haaVv Paekageselivtred free of
charge, wltmn the uorporauoa.
'.- '- '
; ft ' t r
'Court 9LCaarl ftCouintOJB
Flea lo tUe Stxlb Jadlclixl
plstrlot, for the year 1807.
I , ' v r . I h . r 1
rHE fblfowW Order' nxing
X of holding tbe Court ot Common'
fleas and tha District Court within and
for tha Sixth. Judicial District, of Ohio
was this dav filed W M Cletk'a Offloe of
Ashland Ootluty.aad t(htch saiiU)rdcr.4
in the words and figures following, to wit :
It la ordered by the Judges of the
Court of common Pleas of the ijixth Ja
dioial Distriotoi the State ' of Uhib, that
the Distriot Court and Court of Common
Pleas fo. the year A. D- 1867, be held
in tap several vouuiica vl saiu. ;iiiiiii,
at tba, tinea Mpwing,to wit ,'sU
"! - . COMMON; PLEASi i M
Delaware, Jan. 21, April 23, (Sept 23.
Knox, Maroh 19, August 13, Nov. 5.
Licking, FaV Jfi.'MaV H,X)i5baV.15.
Coshocton, April 2, Ang. 13, Nov. 5.'
Morrow, Veb. IS, may 14, Uot. 10.
Truth is ngto
',1 1'-.lsii j m 'm &i
i u '
Therefore, let It ks'knowa lh,atj ' ,
' ' 1 : e - srasrfTv l S Tief -
Richland, March J2. Aug. V, Not. 40,, - 'mQ 1ft VV ALU A "
AsUaad,F. 28, Aagust 8, Nov.--'h -s" ' .,
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Uolmes, February ia,. Jday 6, uot, l
' DISTRICT COURT. '
'.Coshocton, Jane llth, ' ' ;
' Licking, June 13th,. T , trvfr
Delaware,; June 24th, J r
' Morrow," Jane 26th,
Rioblshd, June 27th,
'KnOx July 1st, -'" v
Ashland, July '6th, : -A v VV :
I : Wayne, July 8th,'
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GEO". W; GBJDDESj U.J. , '
Tha State of Ohio, l': "
Ashland Connry. ss. f "': ". V'Z
I, S. M. BiilBER, Clerk
of the Court of Common Pleas, Within
and for the County of Ashland, do here
by oertify tbe foregoing to be a true and
correct oopy of the order fixing the times
of holding Courts in said Ashland oounty
In testimony whereof, I bava j
hereto set my band and affixed
tbo seal of said Court at the Court House 1
in Ashland, this 14th day of October, A.
D. 180.6: v: ' ' '
' 1 '' . ' S. M. BARBER,'
: -r. i' Clerk of Conrtof. Com. PIeu.
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CLQTOING r ESIPOIlIiJS
McCOOL AV 8TI!VENS(
,i.;Vv7 JTOTICE. - ''' '
XTOTtCE Is hereby given that the under
Hi signed have boen duly appointed and
quaiinoa aa a iminuiraiors or tlie estate ft
David rinke,deo'd, lalerf Ashlsad Co.
' tTr '. , BAMOEIi FLUKB, i "
! : E MANUAL FINOElt,
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We bavt Inst Ohened a nlcs assortmen
of ihe Celebrated -
COMBINATION SILVER SKIRTS.
Tbev are more DURABLE more
ELASTIC more GRACEFUL and will
keep their shape better tbaa any other
bkirt aver manufactured bave taken tbe
hiirhest premium ever given for a HOOP
CALL AND SEE THEM,
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1 the plaaa bay
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CLOTHS. C ASSI M tB U LS i VS G
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ExaminatlOB of l each en.
rpbe I'oard of School examiners Willi
X mat) at Loudon villo, oa tbo - aeooad
Saturday of October, and af Savannah, on
the seoo. I Saturday of November, for tbe
convenia te of touchers in different p arts
of the county- Other Examinations Will
be hold at Ashland as advertised .
": . 'By -order of Board,
R. M. CAMPBELL, Clerk,
Sept. 5th. 4wl3. , . -:; i
t It la alsofoaad that yea eaa get yea
PARMELY'S PRICES' CURRENT 1 1
Best Calico .I..... 20c
tjood " 10
Best Brown Sheetings, ..4-4 22.
. 4-4 20,
:', Una " " .4-4 22,
, ' - t.8-4 15.
Beat Bleached Muslins, , 4-4 85.
Best Striped Shirting,
DeLanes, beat anakeo,
Denims. - . ai'. 'J.'.',.'.L.'.
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; The plce to buy Carpets a
Tjvt Fio-urea. A Bnlenclla stock
inat wnAaiwoA-O tall i aiaoV see
Free from Kercurya
ALL MINERAL POISON.
And irt, undonbtedly, the
best remedy extant
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jfyy op,r.u.g, xo-.
jfi as thoy do, by vlrlns NTiiy
9 " PMlnl aHlnlty fur the -s
muooiu mmbmaa ol tha hnw.ia.
ft lower p'sleas and la batter Styjej
mmbraa of t
thereby ramotiog (h causes.
1 .OHOVER. ifc'BAKiEi's! Vavabeen
awarded tba First Prom inns at avery
State Fair in tba Union, for tha best farm
ily Sewing Maebin.'r For Bala at No. J,
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they oan hare no rlrsl, bajng om.
J 1 posed of the moid ,
Powerful Vegetable Extracts
SPLEEN AlTD LIVEH,
ll happy atrml of which en b
seen alter one or Iwa doi. Tbey
Remove the Bile, c,
In factUin VVu ihalr aan
"Tba life-Giving Prinolple,
Tlirr searoh out diaenaa and
eirik at In Terr root, lenrm(r tlie
system lo Hie AMI tiger qf health;
aro I'KltVKCTI.Y 11ARM1.RS8 TO
iHfasrrs.-wa rKHHuns orriis
muoi UM.HAIB UONSTirU
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aATEH, SOBEB ABD BETTJCS
lh Itw tw bffif lf n trnilnblej
to mimKinti, nnu, ucitifi tlitPkljr BU-MK-(iArKi.rsiertttfi.lipt-a?tl
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Goods te he fond la ear Una, f-r4 U do juf
.stood workaseaakadoaaia-any aiiy
diva kin. a call before making your t"i
chases, and yoa wilt lad that thj above
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