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iTHE .lSHLAND UNION, ; WEDNESDAY MORNING-. NOVEMBER 21.
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. i CcisBiNATION SILVER SKIRTS,
" ' They ara nor PORABT.E mors
' KLASTie-mora QEACEFL'L and will
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n Pairs over ataaafee tared bare taken the
" honest prearam r giran for a HOOP
:Vh AKD 8KB THEM,
L005 AT THIS.
PARUELY'S PRICES CURRENT !
Best Calioo.. ............ .
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Bast Brow fihsatlags,....,
Baai BJeasbsd Moslins,
Lafa-j, fjost nskes, ' .....
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. J-b plaVM to buy Carats a
Iijirj Figurea. A epleudid etock
. juif received. Call and- tee
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r."y!Q0YE BAKIR'8 s.ts bast
i; awarded tba First Premiums at arsry
BtaU Jslf U tba Union, for tba bast fsm
ily Sawing Masbina. For Bala at Na. 1,
TowlBiO. ,. . Vu-.rv.;,iv.u
ASHtAKD, J WOT. tl, 1B6.
tfir lb ProBpeolua at lb )Tt!id
Plain Dealer wm rtoeired too ate tot fc
ertioa thl ek. Ik will pper ! atar
next.'''! '- .)'::(
.19 Look t foreountorfeiu of tli
dt flw toot eoia. Cincinnati k lood4
Mr A ery toterMtiag eomninictioo
on it beauties of religion, will ba foaad
imti-Uft papat ' Bad It. ;
9-A tbonagbgalng buiaeai man wfco
adTertiaei largtly, taya that ba Tegardi tba
proprietor! of papers u partnara In buil-
' Mstiorio The display of meteors,
exteniiroly airertised to eoma off on tba
morning of tba 14tb, was not visibla In
(beaa parts. Supposed to hare been post
poned on aeoount of tba weatbar.
9 Porobaaera of 7-30'a ara admon
isbed to ba on their guard. If stolen af
ter tba blank bu been filled, the Tress
nry will pay tba rightful owner, irrespeo
lira of any other elaims.
9" Tba Timet saya we hTe "devil on
the brain." The editor of the Timet is
not so sfflioted, for the reason Ibat he baa
no brains, that bony box, located on his
shoulders, where bratna are wont to be,
baring long sinea been filled with stewed
Fbidat Nioht. The long looked-for
entertainment by tba ''Qneinteypleixiane"
Minstrel and Dramatie Tronpe, will take
plaea at the Town Hall on Friday evening
next, and will; of eourae, ba tba best ever
given in this plaea. Go early In order to
leAlthough Mr. Miuir's bam was
totally destroyed by the rcoent fire, he
has made ample arrangements by which
ho cio tske care of horses, aa aoll as
before. The friends of Mr. Millsb will
bear tbia in mind, aa the report baa been
circulated that ha has no plaea to keep
tS-We notice in the "Boll of Honor
published in the Ohio Stale Regitler,
that Captain W. H. Hogue paid his sub
soription te that paner in advance nntil
January 1st, 1869. We'll bet our "plug'
that the Captain ia an honest man, and a
Democrat nf the Jeffersonlan stripe.
9M. 11. Parmely, Deputy Collector
for Aiblaod County, his "gone p the
spout," and Dr J. B. F. 8ampsel has re
ceived the appointment in bis place. The
Doctor is a gentleman and well qualified
to fill the position. We will aay for Mr,
Parmely that we believe he bu disohars.
cd his duties faithfully, acd waa oolv re-
moved on account of his inability to har
monize with the President.
. 19" We have not yet found onr Mem
orandum Book, which very misteriouiilv
disappeared a few weeks aeo. We at first
supposed tbat we had lost it, but, after
mature deliberation, we have eome to the
conclusion tbat tome daatardlv aoouolrel.
not hsvinc the fear of the eighth Com
mandment (wa believe tbat is the ona we
mean) before bis eyes, entered our sane
turn, in our absence, and 2?utfr-iied it.
NaTIONAX, TnANKSOIVIKO. Thurs.
day, the 29th inst, is the day get apart
by the Prosident for thaokseivin an
ptayer.iWa are some bat euridua to know
whether our pious1 ifriends who used to
lengthen their faces,' close their plaoee of
business and' hfld cervices in alt their
Churches when t'othor "Government" ap
pointed a aimilar day, will observe the
coming one.In a like manner. We ratier
incline to the belief that they won't ' j
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9 Wa are pleased to learn that our
friend, H. J. Walker, Esq., of Mcdjoaj
hu bean appointed Internal Revenue Col
lector for Medina County. The Oateiu
whines most piteouslv over the change,
and eiye that it ia "a grave inault to every
'loyal' man in the county.'' Oh, dear!
The editor of the Oatetti must fell terri-
bly over such an "insult" to his "loyalty 1"
Wa would suggest that coma anoient fe
male take charge of hint and administer
a dose of catnip tea or a few drops of
Mrs. Winslow'i Soothing Syrup. Poor
fellow I . . - ' '
KeOur subsoribers will confer favor
on u if, when they eome into pay their
taxes, they would settle up their arrears
gas on subscription. The taxes are so
muoh lower 'tbia year that it will not take
all their money,' therefore wa apeak in
tincv r-::.....' j c.
CHAwoi. B. P. Wilbi has -placed
poa our table another change In the
Tune Tabic of the A. & G. W. Esllwsy.
Tba Mail Xxpraaa now arrives at ft o'ektok
P. M. . The oomet Uble will 6e found
elscwharc la to-day't paper. .
' Tai Littli Cokfosal, published by
AlfreiX BewelL Chicago. 111., is the most
'entertaining Juvenile paper published in
me united mates, it is lively, inrtrue
tiva, utexoeptional in tone and beautiful-
r printed. The subscription price is f 1.
year. Any peraon seedier three new
subscribers will receive in return a beau
tiful ateel line engraving of "The Heaven
ly Cherubs,", Irpoa Sapbtel,' worth 2.
Tbiaiuperb .jengraving Is sent free aa a
premium to every one who sonde to the
pqBli(er 'thtet iti subsoribers for one
year to "The Little CorDoral" Mr.S.
ell also offers' to give brgani and Melode-
ona to schools or persona who aend large
eluba. The Drloe of the Cornnml la nn.
dollar 4 year, in advanee ; sample eopy,
telling all about tba premiums, ten eents.
Address, Alfred L. Sewell. Publishers.
aW Godeu'$ Ladr't Book for Deeem-
ber te before us. It onens un with a
beautiful engraving,, "The Christmas
Doll," and a handsome steel-plale title-
pagaj oensisUng of five tableaux. The
centre tableau in tbia plate truthfully
pictures the acena in many nursery
chamber on Cbristmsa morning. The
steel plates, fashion plates and wood cuts
in this number cannot be exoelledby any
other magsaine, while the reading mat
ter, aa usual, ia of the highest order.
Mow la the time to subscribe for the new
year. , Address L A. Gedey. Philadel
phia, Pa; ;
9 At the recant tern of the Court
of Common Pleas of Asblsnd County,
whioh elosed on Saturday last, Albebts
and Boss were convicted of Grand Lar
acny and sentenced to two years' impris
onment in the Penitentisry. It will be
remembered that these are the ''genth
men ' who, while s living all night at the
house of Mr. Chablks, in Mifflin town
ship, several months ago, stole eunsldera
bio property, and were immediately ar
rested, and lodged in onf County Jail,
where they have remained "in durauoe
vile" until yesterday morning, when the
Sheriff accompanied tham te Columbus.
CiURLEs H. Lavini, who waa ar
rested for stealing a cow was also con
victed of Grand Larceny, and aentenced
to one years' imprisonment in the Peni
tentiary ; but upon motion of the Prose
cuting Attorney, G. W. Hill, the ver
dict was set aside, and the prisoner plead
guilty to the charge of Petit ' Larceny
and was sentenced to fifteen days' im
prisonment in the County Jail, and fined
ft? Pursuant to notice, the members of
the Firs Company and a few eitiaens, met
at the Town Hall on last Wednesdsy even
ing. The meeting was called to order by
J. M. Craig, Foreman. M. M. Dcsseo
burg then stated that the object of tbe
meeting was to consult together ss to tbe
best means of proeuriog a Steam Fire
Engine. Remarks were then msde by
Messrs. Jscoba, flsmpsel, Jones, Gates
snd others, all uniting in eondeming the
old Engine as a "played out" institution,
snd favored the levying of a tax for the
purpose of purphasing a Steam Engine,
Judga Curtis, in a few remarks, stated that
tho Town Counoil would levy a tax for
that -purpose, if the property holders
would authorise them to do so, and sog.
grated that an election be held to ascer
tain whether thoy were willing that such
a tax should be levied. On motion, it
wss resolved tbat the Town Counoil be
requested to appoint an election at an early
day, for that purpose. On motion a com
mittee, consisting of Messrs. Jones, Ja
cobs, Eamrael Ga'ea and 8pringer, was
appointed to meet with the Town Counoil
snd lay belora it the proceedings of this
meetioir. . . : , .
On motion, the meeting adjourned to
meet on Saturday evening, Nov, J 7th.
B. Fbamk WiLBEB. See'y
Saturday Evening, Nov. 17,
Meeting met pursuant to adjournment,
and waa called to order by M. M. Dessen
burg. Judga Jones, from the Committee
ftniuiint.i Ia fn.l with tti. Tn.n 1A...:t
reported that the Council had decide j
that it had no authority to levy a tax for
tba purpose mentioned, and that it could
not be done until the Legislature passed
a special act, granting it such power. Oa
motion, a Committee, consistine of J. W.
Springer, O. Zimmerman, T. P. Eissane,
Henry Saner, Elisa Shopbell, D. Kramer,
e. B toller, ana u. rxnsner, wss appointed
to obtain tbe signatures or tbe propertv
holders of Ashland, to a Petition, to be
presented to the Ohio Legislature at its
next session, praying that body to pass a
special act, authorising tba Town Council
of Aahland, to levy a tax to raise a aunt
of morey not to exceed f 15,000, for the
purpose of buying a Steam Fire Engine,
Hoae, &o. ( ., .., ..
Than being no further business, the
meeting adjourned sine die.
-M. M. DE88ENBURG, Cba'n.
B Frank Wubsb, Stc'jt.
s i .m j f i ejir L . i' . i . l ,
ScRPRisino. It la actually anrprialng
low aoon our people have leaned to prise
tbat invaluable article known aa Coe's
Dyspepsia Our. .It oertaialy acta like
magto, for U will enra the Very wore oa
ses of dyspepsia, and enable ' the patient
who hu lived for years upon Graham
bread and the plainest food, to eat any
thing ha chooses without fear of distress ;
It ia eonsidersd the moeCveluabls remedy
kigwa for all diseases of Ike stomach and
we - '.'VJ.-.-, .'4 ; J
Thb LADf'1 Fbiind roa Dkcimbeb.:
The December number of this beauti-
lul Magasine remlnda us by its profuse
display dl attractions that the Holidays
ara approncbir g. The charming Steel
Engraving, "Under the Mistletoe," and
the more elaborate design of that whioh
is appropriately termed "Old Folks at
Home and Young Ones Abroad," have
a direct reference to the happy .and fes
tive ijbrittmas season. These Engra
vings are executed on Steel, sod in the
finest style of art, as a comparison with
those in other Magaaines will prove.
Next, there ia a beautiful Colored Engra
ving, designed aa a Pattern for Berlin
Wood Work and Beads Worth in itself
double the priee of the whole number.
Then a splendid poub'e-Psged Colored
Fashion riaweo , common lithograph
this, but finely executed on Steol, fro a
the latest Parisian styles. Next, we have
a Wood Engraving ol "The Tournament"
a Ubristmaa amusement; a piece of ftlu-
aio, end a host of Other Wood Engrav
ings, devoted to ihe..f sstiona, Needlc-
wore, sc. ate. . :?.? ;
The Literary Matter is. as usual, of the
nee- quality. Wa, mar specify. "Bra.
Brent's Christmas:" Ti9 Old C ock's
Story ;" "Widow and Orphan," by Flor-
anoe Jferov "Golden Rod." bv Louise
Chsndler Moulton ;"The Spanish Belle,"
oy oophie May ; "ttecond Lore," by Mrs
Hosmer, &o. The Editorial Department
this month is peculiarly excellent. The
publishers snnonnoe Four Novelets for
next year, by Mrs. Henry Wood, author
of 1'East Lynne,". Elizabeth Presoott,
Amanda M. Douglas, and Frank Lee
Benedict. They also annonnoe, in addi
tion to the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing
Machines, a Splendid List of new Pre
miums, including Bilver-Plated Tea-Sets,
Cake Baskets and Ice Pitchers, Silver
and Gold Watches, Guns and Rifles,
iiotnes' Wringers, Melodeons and Or
gans, Appleton's Cyclopaedia, &o. ' A
besutiful Steel Enaravins. 26 inohes
long by 20 inches wide, called "One of
iiite s iiappy Hours," will be sent gratis
to every single (ItfiQ) subscriber, and to
every person sendins a club. Rnecimen
. . i
numbers of the magazine, containing the
particulars cf the premium offors and the
reouoed prices to clubs, will be sent on
the receipt of twenty cents.
trice with engraving) 12,50 a year;
Four Copies (with one engraving) 80,00 j
n.igni eopiea (with extra maeasine and
an engraving) $12,00.. Address, Descoo
& Peterson, 319 Walnut Street, Philsde).
For tho Aahland Union.
Tlie Danty of Religion.
Ia religion beautiful 7 . Always I In
tbe Father, the Mother, the Cbild, th
Maiden. Religion shines with a holy
beauty of its awn, which nothing on earth
cap mar. Never vet . was there a eharac
ter perfected,' without tbe study first of
pieiy. iieauiy, intellect, wealth tbey
are like pitfalls, dark ip the brightest day ,
unless tbe divine light unless religion
throws its soft besms around them, to pur-
te J . ... . . ... r. .
iy ana exaan. itongion is Deautitul In
health, in sick nets, id wealth or poverty'i
vale. We can never enter the sick chain
ber of the good, but tbe soft rausio seems
to float on the sir, and the burden of the
song is, "Lo, peace m here " Could we
bat look inln thAI,n?a nf fnmilia. Ia
where diseonteat fight sullenly with life,
we snouia nna the chior esuse or unhop
plness, is want of religion. The felon's
cell, the prison, In places of crime, misory
wa hhu iuo itm4 ui irre-
hgion. Oh I Religion 1 beciensnt msies.
ty, high on thy throne thou sittest ula
rious an i exhsltcd', tby gates are the
splondor of jasper and precious: stones.
with whioh a dewy light, which neither
flashes nor biases, but steadily proeeedeat
irora me tnrooe ol Uod j thy towers, bath
ed in refulgent glorv.leo times tbe bright
hess of the sun, yet soft, and dauling te
tbe eye. Reader, art thou s possessor of
mis precious jewel V 'II sst thou tbe steady
path of virtue, then shsll you become s
raipieoi or a country where its inhabi
tants ere forever at rest, a City where tbe
tree of life shall forever bloom, and where
toe sons ol Uod sbout for joy.
-. " H
Nankin, O., Nov. 14, 1868.
1 be Escaped Ryall, the Fenian
. ' BurrALO, Nov. 15. '
A Toronto special to (he Express gives
the particulars of Ryall, the Fenian pris
oner s escape from, jail. Ob taming
Queen's evidence has was allowed greater
freedom and permitted to, sleep in. the
Chapel with the turnkey. Last night he
retired to bed at the. usual hour. At
2:18 this morning he was seen in bed as
usual with his clothes on. . At 2:80 one of
the turnkeys had occasion to go up stairs
found Ryall non est. , ,The other turnkeys
were immediately aroused, and tte police
in three divisions of the eity were notified.
The esespe wss effected in so daring a
manner that he must nave Had an aooom
pline to assist him- From an' examine.
ation of the surroundings it appears that
Ryall after leaving tbe Cbapel, went down
stair to tbe next Sight, and entered
room, used for storage of bedding Ac..
then took a heavy tiok mattrass, tore it
into strips and made ma way to a door in
the third flat, whioh gave exit to the open
air on the east side. This door was about
thirty feet from the ground and Strongly
fastened. Ryall bad. provided hiaielf
with an iron bar with which he wrenohed
open the dcor and after' tying his manu
factured rope te a portion of the wood
work on that fist, lowered himself into
what ia known ss the outer yard and es
caped through a fence ou the east aide,
which la in a very dilapidated oondition.
Tba popular result of the elections on
Tuesday of last week, (a about aa follows t
New York 8,000, Radical majority.
New Jersey 1,500 Badieal , majority.
Massachusetts 60,000 Radical majority
Illinois 60,000 Radieal majority. Wis
consin 15,000 Rsdical majority. . Michi
gan 20,000 Radieal majority, : Missouri
16.000 Radioal majority. Delaware 1,
600 Democratic majority. Maryland 12,
000 Democratic majority. .
For Sali. A desirable residence on
Cottage Street can be bought obese; Fot
full particulars, oall at this office, or five
doors North of tbe Gatbelie Church, East
ids Cottage street. -
PaiA,. Do not suffer with aWs-
pepsia wben relief it so close it tahd.-'H
Iwenty thousa nd people have been cured
ot this terrible disease in the last year by
the use of Roback's Stomach Bitten, ' ,
Rimbmbeb I' that th( SiwtrJSeiiing
Mmshine is the best in the market h i Al
ways reliable, and always ready to, do work
from tbe finest to the ooarsest.; Aaotier
beautiful stock just roceifed at the Timet
Officer. Call aad sc tneaf.-v .n
On Wednesday tie Vl st ' inst.'. at 1 0
o'clock A. M., at the residence of Dr.' W.
Laffertv.'in the CiW of Cafiiarbttrvl
in the State of Delaware, Captsih JA-
COB B- MoKENNAN, of Brgwjnvlll0,
Pa , to, Misa MAG (j IE TIRRNAN..of
ths former place. ;
The Captain's host pf, frif ' dalin this
piaoe, wui rejoice si this announeemsct,
and at any ; time extend to bim and his
i ,, . .... - j .
bride a most cordial woleomo. .-. .''''
In Ashland. Oct. 12'. bv ' Bev: J.' V.
SwniK,Mr. W. W, WHITCOMB and
Miss R08ILLA WDBT"", boA of this
eourty. : f ;i ; 'I j v !
At the residence of the brides' rn other,
Novi,12th, by Rov. Zi W. Smct, Mt
SIMON B. EYMANandMissISABELL
B. TINKEY. both of Ashland,
On the 17th inst.. at the Miller House.
by Rev. A. H.-Myers, Mi ASA SIMON'
SON, of Rochester. Lorain Ceantv. ft
and Miss ELIZA 8HUGARS, of Troy,
On the 20th inst.', by Rev. A. H. My
ers, at his residence, , Mr. ' MARTIN
RAT, of Lanoastor City, Pennsylvania.
and Miss CHRISTINA FRATJNFEL-
titan n . a m...
tbjA, or jtshiaaa eoputy, Uhio,
On tbe 15th inst., at the rcsdenee t
ine pnuegroom, py me tier. B.-J5. Hr.
ring, Mr. V B FOORMAN and Misa
UULLLS h. OiBNDEB. -. a. .. i .-cr.t
On the same, by the same, at the same:
place, ar. UAUNlBAIi WOLF ind
Miss KATIE FOORMAN, an of Jaek-
son township, Ashland County, Ohio, j
On the 20th inst, at the MoNulti
House, Ashland, 0.,by Rev. Tho. Beer,
Mr.- RICHARD SMYLIE and Miss
FRANCES DORLAND. both of Aeh
land count y, Ohio. ' . 7 ; .
. Oa tbe 18th lost., at the residence of
Mr. John Hafer, near Mansfield, O., bv
J. W. Lowe, Minister In the Christian
Churoh, Mr. DELOSS JOHNSON, df
Ruggles,. Ashland county, and Miss MA-
UK Jr UATUBl45it,or uansaeid, u,
Oct. 8d, 1868, hear Savannah, Ash
land County, Ohio,.-Mrs-' ; EUNICE
FREEBORN, wife of. John Freeborn,
sen , aged 7 1 years,
Mother Freesobn was one of the first
settlers of ' Clesroreek township, having
: ' --.'-., v . v x
iu ouuoeouou- wim mi now Berouyeu uu
band, located on the farm nn which she
expired, in the spring of 1818. It was
hcr.'s in common with others,. to. .endure
all the hardships and privations inoident
to pioneer lite, and few were butter adap
ted to meet tbe demands or tbe times in
whioh she lived than was she. Religious
ly, mother Freeborn wm a Methodist
and a member of the first Methodist soci
ety organised in Clcaroreek township.
tier religion was ot mat praoticai char
aoter whioh led ber not only to faithfully
attend to the social and private means of
grace, but to care lor tbe destitute and
afflicted in their distresses, and to keep
herself unspotted from tbe world. The
memory of ber acta of kindness is still
"ointment poured forth" in the hearts of
ner early neighbors and associates, in
ber early life it was no uncommon thing
for her to go miles alone, for the purpise
of sdministoring to tbe necessities of the
suffering.: ; " :. . '."j " V ""'
; For many years of the latter part of
ner tile it was tbe lot of mother r bib
bobn to glorify God in Ibo furnace of af
fliction . Through the effects of inflamS
tory rheumatism, for more than seven
teen years, she was reduced tu ' a state of
almost entire helplessness abd constant
suffering ; yet in aitliotion aa in ' health
she wss alwaya the same eheerful and
devoted christian. Her last days, though
attended by peculiar Buffering, were
strikingly serene end peaceful. . -
So lidos a summer flower away : - - j
Bo tin ka the gale when atorms are o'er,
oogeniuenuuine eye 01 aY 1 i
So dies a wave along tbe shore.. .
AlHLAItD PUICBB tUBBEIIT, !
' . Ooubkotip WH4tr':';.r!".'; V1 :
Flour, per barrel-... $15,00
Wheat, red, perbnshel.....i'.. 2,90
Corn per bushel. .l..'.....'.:'.1.'' 66
Oats per bushel.......... ' 88
Rye per bushel..-- 1,25
Bsrley per bushel..-.......... ' 1 1,00
Potatoes per bushel.... 80
Butter per pound.--. r....;.;.:. I ', 27
Eggs per dosen. ....... '. ', 25
Cheese per pound.... .... ,.' -. 20
Lard per pound............... , 11
Beans per bushel..........-' 1 ou
TV... ' rt
urieu appies per pound
m'm eae a
Clover seed per bushel.
salt pet parrel.... .......
Timothy seed per bushel...
Ham per pound..........
Shoulder per pound.......
Baoon. ,4 .,
No 1 white fish, per balf bbl....
no 1 fiokerai ' do
White Bass , do
Herring "! do ' ' ;'.. 6,65
Wool per pound,.....;;.','.'.. .50 to 60
Wood ber oord..'.'..,....8005,00
Coal psr Voai.:: 5,00
Times of holding the Dlelrici
Court aod tponrt. of Csmmea
Plea In the Sixth Jndlclal
lilatrlct, for the year 1887.
""THE following Order fixing She times'
: J. of holding tbe Court ol Commen
Pleas and the District Court within and
for the Sixth Judicial District or Ohio
was this i'iy flie'ip 'tie tJlefktfOSsef of
Ashlana: OeBaty,ni whith d Order is
in the words and figures following, to wit :'
It is ordered by the Judges of the
Court of common Pleas of the Sixth Ju
dioial District of tfie Btoiie of Ohio, that
the District Court and Court of Common
Pleas fof the year A- D. ,1867, be held
the' several Wdiitica '.bfa1d,:Ws'"rrct,,
at the) ifinee fbUo'w'ng,' to wit ; , l'v" ,
."COMMON- PLEAS. ' " .' ;
Coaiitfia,i laa ,ahii .iLlii" iir-
Delaware, Jan. 21, April 22, Sept 23".'"'
Knox, March 19, Aunst 1,3 Nov. 6.
Licking, t&tlii 'HUttcher 15.
Coshoeton, April i, Aug. 13, Nov. S.
Morrow, Feb. 12, May 14, Oot. 15.
Jichland, March 42, Apg. 27, Nov-.-lfj;
sblahd,eb. Sff, ."August 6, Nof.'tj. '
Wayne, March 12, Aug. 20, December 8.
Holmes, February 10, Msy 6, Oct. 15.
Coshocton, June 1 1th, .
Licking, June 13th? f fTf
Delaware-, June 24th, " i i: ' '
Morrow, June 26th,
Richland, June 27tb,
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Wayne, July 8th,
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I. S. M.BARBER. Clerk
of ths Court of Qomajon; Pleas, within
and for the County of Ashland, do here
by certity tbe foregoing to be a true and
correct copy of the order fixing the times
of holding Courts in said Ashland county
In testimony whereof. I have
herete set my hand and affited
tbe teal ot sai4 voort at the Court Hease
in Ashland, this lath day ef October, A:
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