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THE ASnuND .TINlON,;
J. M LA3DI8 J. H. IANDI8.
1.11. LAXDIS&llRO., Editors.
Aalstaud, i i t Deo. 1,86
cioratic county: convex
Th Democraoy of Ashlaad County an
requested to meet at the Court Howe, in
Ashland, on '-, v .
Sar Joy, Dccewtoer 22i, 1866,
t 1 e'elook P. M., for the pnrpoee of e
lectins' fire detente to attend the State
Convention to be hold in the oily of Co
lumbus on the 8th day of January, 1867,
to nominate 8ate officers for the ensuing
tampaign J and also to transaot inch oth
er bwslaees as may eome before the Coo
ventteii. " ' - 1 .
. By order of the
Dm. 12, 1866.
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The spoils and how to retain them in
Radical hands are the questions which
now exclusively engross the attention - of 1
the Bump Congress.. Various measures
are being carried through to cripple and J Flour, per barrel 114,00
control the President1 action in the
matter of removals and appointments.
The spirit of the Radioala, however, is
more fully shown in tbe passage last
week of a bill reduoing the States of the
South, to the condition of Territories and
denying them.the privilege of partioipa-
Wheat, red. perbushel..-
Corn per bushel..-..'..'..-. -Oats
per bushel.... ...... -.
Kye per bushel.. ...... .......
Barley per bushel...... .......
Potatoes per bushel..-,. ....
Butter per pound .........
Eggs per doien .... .
Cheese per pound...'.
. N." hat had quite long interview
with Jefferson Davis, at fort ress Monroe,
bj whom he was kindly treated.
The late snow storm at Buffalo gave
twenty six inches on a level, and in the
Neighborhood of Angola, the snow is four
feet deep on the level by actual measur
mens. Wendell Phillips proposes Fred Doug.
has for United States Senator from New
Tork. He opposes Greeley on aocount
of W notorious weakness and eowar
Another rat Irani eame off in Pick
way county last week. One party count
ed 4.639 tails, the vanquished party, z,.
800. Total, 6.839. Owe bushel of corn
te rat, and the value of the hunt can be
The otW morning a freedman of Pe
tsrsburg rushed into the telegraph office
and deposited a box weighing between
two and three hundred pounds, with ths
send it to
No 1 Pickerel
Wool per pound
I Wood ber cord ,.
Coal per ton
ting in the next Presidential election I- Lard per pound.".,
iuii u m lair csoiuiuou oi me nouesty ueans per pusnei...... .......
end justice which control these men. Dried apples per pound....
After employing to no purpose 'all the 5,rid peaches........
resources of alternate coaxing and intim- 2' T1'!' r
idating, to induce the Southern Stale to Timothy seed per bushel
ratitya constitutional amendment an I Ham per pound........ -
act which enly States are competent .to Shoulder per pound .......
perform-they now turn around and try V" JV'-V;.?
A ami m. tl,Aa. Q I n irm . rA mh.( ili.m 1 - K. .
into mere traot of land I . After instiga
ting an J tuflaffiiog a gigantic "war Tor the
nominal object to which they pledged
With the utmost solemnity of language
the full faith of tins Northern people
of restoring the Union with all the rights
sod dignity of ths several States unim
paired, they now propose- to defeat the
very objeot for which the vast outlay of
blood and treasure was. lavished. And
this is Radicalism 1
request thst the operator
Richmond over the wires.
' Mrs. Bloomer now wears garments
like any other woman. Prov. Pert.
How do you know T
"The ruling passion is strong in
death." The election is over and Mor
ton, not knowing what else to lie about.
uria that he ii recovering his health!
A inniu man in Clav conn IV. 111., at-
j - a . - '
tempted last week to shoot his father,
but as his revolver missed fire, the father
seised a shotgun and shot the young vil-
Ths Demoeratio' Bute Central Com.
tnittee of Kentucky bare called a Slate
Convention, to meet at Frankfort on the
2d of Febnmy next
North and South together, the De
rnoeracv ronresent fifteen and a . half
millions of the people, end the RejpubU
ea only twelve anda half millions.
By Cable- we have a very doubtful ru-
nor that the Fenian Stephens had been
arrested in England. The Roman ques
tion seems to have undergone a pacific
....50 to 60
Nbw Yoek, Dec. 17, 1866
FLOUR Extra Stats, $1025: round
hoop Ohio, 110 5011 60
Jeff. Darts undThad Stevens.
Mr. Lawrence, of Ohio, introduced a
bill into Congress, the other day, provi
ding that any man who is guilty of trea
son may be tried any where or at any
time; and be declared that withcut-the
passage of such a bill Jeff. Davis could
not be tried or bung.
Several members took legal'exoeptions
to Mr. Lawrence's proposition, but Mr.
Stevens went still farther. He said he
would rather see every traitor in tbo coun
try escape than to see one of them hung by
WHEAT Moderate request and sales
WV&W for interior Milwaukee j fx a
Oil 25 for No 2 Milwaukee.
CORN Selling at S113$114 in
store ; at 15 for old white southern.
OATS Higher, tales at 6460o.
PORK 2175$22 00 for new,
Dressed hogs 9J10o for Western.
LARD 12i cents per pound.
WOOL if air at 3U3oo tor domeatio
Cincinnati markets. '
Cincinnati, Deo. 18. 1866,
. FLOUR There are some very low
grades of sptioc superfine ottering wbion
will barely pass inspection, that can be
bought at 19, but good brands are held
nrmly as ea ou western superans
..A 1.1 . I
a law passed
purpose of banging him,
Mr. Stevens denouooed such legislation
entirely unjustifiable and discreditable.
He did not believe Mr. Davis could be
tried for treason nor that he had been
guilty of treason. Hia offense was that
of a belligereut, not of a traitor. He (Mr.
Stevens') bad not opposed the efforts to
bring Mr. Davis to trial, but he had not
favored them. He was utterly opposed
to any legislation of the kind proposed,
which would make the mode, time or place
of trial different from what they were
when the offense was committed.
REDUCTION IN IHI
v PRICE OF - . i
S.Pry ; odds.
BARKER & SLOAN, '
H.rln anoelatwl tkMMtlws m the Boot
and Shoe trade, bag 1t la anaouae te
the sublle that they ksTtoae af the largest
and best Mleotea masks u. . ' :
trntl la HfgMy.
BrerbreutUto tkli eoausnn n
all kinds of 1A.D1M ",'51l0', Bd
Shots, first class ana bjim-
We employ bat the
BEST OF W0RKUEN,
and are prsparsd to d alt kinds ef
order.Tiat cannot be surpassed for durablU
ty, nestnsss and reasonable prioes. ' -
Oor Btook is largs, and in prloes we
. DEFY COMPETITION
For the proof Of whioh we Invltl you to
szamint our Stook. Remenber the place,
Nearly oppoiite Town JIall, Aihland, O.
I BARKER & SliUAlM.!
Dee. U, 18B8-27U ' iti-.-. '
EMPRESS CLOTHES, K'
IRISH POPLINS. ' -
( ' " LADIES' PAPER
- LINEN COLAR8, ,
, QKNT8' PAPER i '
--' 1 LINEN COLARS. '
... MOHAIRS, '
' i PLAIDS, Ae.
'. .: ' ' , !.
U.rino. that sold fnr llKO will bt said for
!1.2&-thts that sold for $1,26 will be sold
for 1,00 all other la proportion.
Therefore, let It be known that
Oa and after Uoadavr November l8lh, '68,
Trains will leave Ashland as follows i
Train Net. i-Wsw Tort Express; T. f&'
do do 4 Night Express, . 0:10A.M.
do do 12-Wy Freight.-. 10:26"
do do 1-Bxpress. , :80J.-M;
do do 18-Now York Freight t!8:46-''
Q01NO WE8T.,;iw8 !J .
Trsln No. 1-Eay Express, ,; ,.lhtt A, M.
do do S Kigni cxpreis, ii;our.Ju.
do do 11 Way Freight. w 8;06, . 1
, do , do 16 -Express Fwight, r 9;W)
A A. 17Tllr,.li(. .-. 60 A.M.
elTraln 1 nririvee at Daytott 65 P. il.'.at Cl'i-
einnatt 929 r. M. lTm ho e tmi yay
ton 4.66 A H, al Cincinnati T,20 A. M. y ,
T, 8Passageri carried o all Freight '
except it os 17 and lit by procuring wxi
On ad after Nov. 18, 18A6, Trains will
loava Station daily. Sundays excepted, a "
follows: Train leaving Chiosgo at 8,8 P
41 loaves daily 9-.',
TRAINS ii 01NO WESK f r
Tbe following Demooratsjire spoken of
ss suitable persons to fill the respective
offices named, at the 8th of January Con
vention, vis :
Governor Allen G. Thurman, George
W. MoCook, General Steedman, Wm. P.
Noble and John H. James.
Lieutenant-Governor Hon. Geo. Rex,
Extras are in good request at f 10 25
11 tor tbat ground from spring wheat,
and $1 1 25(12 for winter wheat, with
some sales of trade brands as hjgh as 112
25. Family is quoted at $121250 for
for spring, and (12 5013 25 for winter.
Fancy is selling at $13 50I4 50. Tbe
sales to day comprise' about 1,500 barrels
within the above range, the market clos-
. Tl tt t I M
ing very nrm. nye nour is aiso neia
more firmly, and some are now asking
16 75, though purchases csn still be made
at (6 50. Buckwheat is dull at(l4 50
per 1O6 pounds.
WHEAT Extra is now difficu't to
buy below 83 50. No 2 red is held at 12-
65(02 70, and some sales of Ho I were
made at $2 80, though 3 to 5o higher was
demanded at the close ; about 2,(100. bush
els, not inspected, sold at $2 85 part to
arrive which the sellers thought would
not erode above No 1.
CORN Ear sold at 5355o. -There!
is some demand for old shelled corn, but
buyers and sellers are unable to agree on
prices, and no sales of importance eame
under our notice ; 7t)suo in duik or ele
vator, was offered end relused, though a
sale was reported as low ss 73o. Hold-
era generally ask 85o and upward.
OATS The sales were chiefly at 530,
for No 2, and 6555Jo for No 1 in bulk
Chilton A. White, Geo. F. Dawson and
John H. Putman.
8tate Treasurer Dr. C. Fulton, of or elevator, though 5456o was asked,
Auditor of State Jonas Smith, of
Supreme Judge Wm. Sample, of Co-
and in several eases obtained at tbe close,
RYE No 1 sold at $1 15, but II 17
(ail 18 was ask in the afternoon. No 2
NEW GOODS !
, ., : - k- . .....
At No. 2, Yellow Blook, has received and has
-bow on exhibition full and oompleta as
YANKEE NOTIONS I
and a large stock of all kinds of .
Such as , ,
FLOUR, . ' MOLASSES,
SUGARS, ' CHEESE,
. . , SNUFF,
And everything else usually fonhd in a first
clars urooery establishBent. meads give
me a call No. 2, Tsllow Block.
fgjBoots & Shoes.
C. A. HUMES,
, r CHECKS, Ac,
Pi nTiiP itinr.ii .1 .. ... ... ..nit liuoyrua,
Van Wert," ,
8.62 do T.
T.47 do t
8.08 da -v
Exraxss. . Expbbss . Exraxaa
2,60 r m
6.12 " i
.6.20 M .
12.60 t H.
-10 HHi .it
1.80 .i 1 .ooao
16. "! I11;2?
10.21 do ,
8 87 oa
TRAINS GOING EAriT.
SHAWLS and FLANNELS will be fura-
lehsd at the extreme lowest prloes.
J. W. BBADLKT8' Celsbritsd Duplex
Ellptlo Spring Skirt a full assortment. Al-1
so a number of other make of Skirts, which
we can recommend to prove satisfactory.
A full line of fanoy and Plain
Which will be sold cheap.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
It Is also found , that yoa. can got your
I forest -
12 64a ki
8 67 do"
6 27 do (
9 00 do
11 00 de
ll 88 da,
2 60 do
1 80 da
2 4ft do-
8 67 'do
10 20 do f4 d
The popular BOOT BHOK maker, wishes to
miorrn me paouc, io n biuj huiu ut w,
hl nM tnd nMrlv ODUOllta the OU Works.
in Ashland, and that he is prepared to maonfao-
nd quiet solution. The relations of the.1 sbooton.
Pope witb Italy and Fiance seem bar- Attorney General Gen. MoGroarty, of
tnorioui. with but littl. daoeer of nv Hton, Md Hon. Jfrank iiurd.ot Ml.
disagreeable complications. The speech
of the Kisg of Italy, at th opening of
Via Parliament indicates the dawn of a
new en of the Liberal Constitutional
Government In the South of ".Europe.
Jbe Ctar of Russia bu promised conces
sions to hi Polish subject.
Thebrask bill come up aeain to- of Jinnar'' for WM'-
day in the Senate and it i understood
that Mr. Wade, who mad " big Dghr NEGBO SUFFRAGE.
tr.i li A Tridav. will kaen it an until he I
ttt Uthtouek. Congress- has pused. bill regulating
1 - . , ' . ... suffrage in tlDistriot of Columbia. Bv
A juwaaw.. v. ... r iU Umt of th b.11( M ma,M ,n
Tlia HlitTiilanil flnlnntltna flinninnaft
1. ., -i. . j . j I are anoted $16(3)17.
n.nwa, w m carry ue.egate. ana omers SEED There are a few lots of the
attending the Demeoratie State Conven- new crop of olover coming forward, and
tion to be held in Columbus, on the 8th and small salee are being made at $7 90
' 1 n m ... ...... w 0 ...
demand, however, is limited. Timothy
is now beld at II 081 10, and rejected tnre kldt 0f work to order, in the best of
80c(a)SL, as in quality.
BARLEY We quote prime to ohoice
fall fl65l 70, ad the same grades ol
State and Canada spring 11 25(0)1 85
. HAT We quote prime timothy $21
(5)22 per ton in loose-pressed and $19
20 in tight pressed bales, on arrival, an
$23 more from store. The lower graces
at lower prices and In better style,
style, and on the most reasonable terms.
njn VT,r 1
In every county and town in the United States
so ecu . . :
irmin vrsno a pnniiTiitn pnvn
1 uuii 1 unnu n vuuu nnw vi 1 1
A book of facts, a narratlie of four years ex
perience In tne
of the United States, by CORPORAL BUG-1
0LE3. Testimonials from Grast, MePhersoa. I
Losran. Blair. Howard. Lecaett. Force and oth-1
. " X ' 1,1.... . - J m ... I
'""j" " . vvj v 1 lalll rapidly, our terms 10 a genu are uoeraL 1
lor pnino. . j; ibx is in lair retiuesb as t-1 oampis copies iciu uy uuu. uh nwtp. w pun, 1
Knfli9 RK 'n.. . Aaaress
Ladlss and G silts' Furs. Frssh arrival.
which will be offered 26 per eant. Cheaper
thaa any sold this winter. Call aad see
Full Una' of Ladle end Mines
than any other place In tew.
at tbe lowest prlees.
. . 1
B. C. DOWNS A CO. '
108 Main 8L ZanesvUl. 0.
T. K. Jacobs, Agent tot, Ashland Co.; ,
No. 27-lm... , ...
trict, wbo can read and writ, are entitled
Tariff oa Wool
HOG8 Receipt to day foot up 0,
627 head. The highest prioe paid was
$7 70 net, for extra heavy. , Live bogs
are selling at lOti oU for light and r. H. Clark, M-DV T. I. Buntw, U. D,
bevy. - CLtMRMC It IMUJITEH
K -n-KH w Anna IA AhAllU I ..... .... t
',,""".: 1 nave associated tnemselve for the practice
tjenirai unio ron at ioiuo ana west
ern Reserve at Z(g)34o; Qualities belew
PRICE CURRENT OF DOMESTICS MR R McNABB,
Inrima ara alow ot sale, inev ean be
M. "11 nr , -i. ... . 1 r
ADenorrui tarin cm puts the uuty I bought at 18zoo,
on imported wool at six cents. Tbe
House bill now pending in the Senate
put it at ten cent. The adoption of the
first figure in place ot tbe second, will I
be disastrous, in tbe opinion of wool-grow
er, to the interests of the West.
now. FBA7TK H. BUBO.
A correspondent of the Columbus Ort-
its suggests tbe name of Hon. Frank
H. Hukd, of Mt. Vernon, u a candidate
(or Attorney General. Mr. Hdbd is an
able lawyer, louod Democrat, and bi
nomination would be one "eminently fit
too made." '
EGGS Good demand at 82o. per do-1
est Congrats u "The Wrecker.
' Three white men were killed, aid sev
ral negroes and white wounaea, m a
ifot at Portsmouth, Virginia, on Friday.
Four buildings were burned, also.
'.' Everythicgin the broad field ofspeo
lation (eenu to be tumbliig, from cold
ad (took down to pork and beans.
- Tbe Louisville -Democrat1, says : "As
bad u the 8outher people an eharged
with having treated th negro, they have
fcever sent him to as mean place as th
Th death of tbe Empress Garlotta, at
Mirsmar, wu annotnoed by a private ea.
hi dispatch at New Tork on Saturday.
! Th Georgia- Legislature adjourned on
Friday . Th opinion of th Legislature
favor Territorial Goxernment rather
thaa accent the Constitutional Amend
' The papers say that Ann Dickinson is
convalescent. . We were waiting to hear
abat "she wu Well ould beeipeotedl
' y' Mrs. John Mornssey, wife of the Con
eressmsn elect from tbe Fifth District of (giving tb lift of most beautiful prsmi-1 AT9Tlc kmb7 rTm thM 'henader.
.'... . 6 . .. v . . . . IN ' aimed has bsea July appointed and
flew lork.ne given tl,OUU to -riest- turns lor etUM,; ns 10c lea . - a.t -. i,d Administrator of the estate efjlary
dent" Roberts, U aid of new raid upon I dree Alfred L. tjewell, Pub!il!r!ChirC-rop,dsc'I!aiofWvmry
, Tbe Jewa Qaxettt ys "The
of Mediotn and Surgery la the Village of
Aaniana. Bpeotal attenttoa ivea to the
treatment of Chronio eaees.
Office In brick bnildla. Vest ef Stoae
Corner. , ,.
oo.l2,18C6-26tf , , :
- SHERIFF'S SALE.
The Stale 0 Ohio,) '-: ,
rfane loun.'y, s. J '
Bophronla Ashlemaa, pl'ff.)la Wayne Co.,
vs. 1 Court of Ccm-
Joha Ashleman, Defnt. ' I mon Pleas.
JS pnrsvanee of an azeomlon duly lsswed
, out of the Court ef : Common Pleae ef
ayaeConnly. State of Ohio, and to me dl-
roted,'l will expose et-PnbUo Auction at the
door ot th Court llouse la Ashland. Ash
land County, Ohio, on '
Monday, January 1th, 1887,
beteea the hours of tea o'clock A. V. aad 4
o'clock P. M. of "aid day, th following de
scribed lands and tenements, to-wit 1 Bltaate
la Jackson township, Ashland County, State
ef Ohio, and described as follows, to-wit
Fart of ths Bast half of the North East quar
ter of Motion fourteen, (14) and part ef the
west aair or tne Nrrth nest quarter r Bee-
Uob thirteen (18) bounded aa follow! Be
ginning at 1
thenoe West thirty aevea (67) parches, Ovo
wis aa escaped lunatic, nad aispewnea twenty ve perches to a post the Cleveland
a messenger to tbe surgeon or IM post 1 road, theaoe along said read Horth fort eat-
Jefferson DvtA Hjlerln
Those wbo know tbe immortal J. N.
Free in these part will be amused at
reading the following dispatch 1
F0HTRK88 Momkoi, December 0.
.. We have further particulars of the in
terview between tbe Individual calling
himsetf 'the immortal J. a., and Jener
son Davis. 'J. N.' having procured d:
mission to tbe Dortress, entered into t
philosophical diseussjon 00 the state of
tbe country with uevn. . Daring ins eon
vemtion an offioer of tb garrison enter
ed and courteously suggested, that merely
u a visitor, bis interview bad lasted quite
long enough, whoreupon 'J. rt.' with
Brown Sheetings,' Atlantio A..-..-22e.
Medium Brands, IS to 25
Calico But 20
' medium 12 to 18
Denim,........... ....20 to 85
who stands at th head ef his profession as
Cutter, is still in charge ef our laau
...... ..Zi to 85
and he eaa tkerafore Insure
LARGE STOCK OF
Selling Cheap. Call and see them.
8 86F. M.I 4 40a.lL,
Z1 do I B 88 do
1 20 do 1 8 29 do
8,17 de 40 do
9 04 do 10 40f.it
10 05 r. 11 .ill 46 d.
11,18 do I 1 18 do
1148 do 1 46 do
12 17 a.m. I 210 do
1 26 do 8 66 do
161 do 4 81' do
2 26 do 6 22 do
2 65 do ' 6 CO do
0 16A.M. 616 A. M
8 48 do 6 66 do
4 26 do 760 do
6 08 do 8 60 do
6 80 do 9 20 do
6 00 do ,10 00 dd
0 18 do
7 16 do 11 26 do I 646 do
7.44 d. 12 07. 6 20p.ii
do 12 A8 do 6 46 do
8 88 do 1 22 de 7 27 do
9 21 do 2 17 de 8 20 do
1026 do 8 60 do 9 80 do
F. R. MYERS, Gen..Tiokei'AgV
LI FE DEALT EI STRENGTH."
LIFE HEALTH -STRENGTH.
LIFE HEALTH STRENGTH.
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Ir. Juan Delamarre's
v .. SPECIFIC PILLS,,
are prepared by lb Messieurs Oaranciere k .
Oepont, Pharmaoehtists, No. 214, Rue Lom
bard, Parts, from the Presoripiou of Dr. Ju
an Delamarre, Chief Physician te the Hospi
tal du Nord on Lariboinere. . .
LETtEB Of RECtiMMlSNflATJOK '
Pabis, May 6th, lewr.
Gsktlsmsh: We ban used the 'Speelfle
Pills" made from Dr. Delamarrs'i Preecrlp
tion, during seferalyears paSti itt bur prtJ'. -ate
and publio practice, and hava fvuud., .
then a most energetic and effioleni ' Remedy
in oases of Spermatorrhea pr Beminil.Week ,.
nessi Nightly, Daily, er Premature , Emmie '
sions ; Sexual Weakness, or Impotency) Spe
cial Derangements ef the Nervous System 1
Weakness arising rrom secret iianus anq
Sexual Exoesses; Relaxation" of the Genital
Organs; Week Spine, Ahsotioue of the Bya,:
"Lime" or llrick-Dust" Deposits ta th r .
Urine, "M ilkyV Dischargee, Patens of ih
kio, with Sunken Cheeks and Bleedl,,
Lips, "pinched" Featuses , Irregular Actloa
or the Heart, and in all the ghastly train ef
Symptoms arising from Over-use, Abuses, er
Loss, from any cause, of the Nor you fere.
We earnestly advise the Profession, sad all
persons suffering frois any Bmplomailo or" e
Organie Affeotions of the' Getiito Urinary
Hystcms, to use these Tills. With high r.
speot, we are yours most sinoerely,
p. r. ueaurevaire .ja. Al. ,
!. . , .4 0. P- Dulanlin, M..Dti
- .Tuan Da Leorhre, M. D. t
Te Oeranclere A Dupeat, Mo, 118, flue loot
Urd, Pari. .. . ...) , ,. ,.-'
Sedentary and St adieu Oceupatloas, grief
Anxieties, or whatever tends to' Impair th
Vital Action et the Brain, Heart or Nervoae
System, frequently lead Uuh moatOlstr
ing and Embarrassing Diorders of the Vibll ,
System.- - fltudaotj. Clergyman ad lawyatw
there, who ara especially liable to these wenkv-"
nesses, should resort promptly o Dr. Del. 4
trr's SpsclSe Pills. - - . '
A Pamphlet containing full psrtleular, b
with Directions aad Adrloe, printed In French
German, Spanish and English, ooeeBpaie .
each box. and will be seat, by mail, -fre of
cost, to any who will write foi It; ".' -'t
HS.Prioe,$l per Boat or Six Boxed for 93. ...
Sold by all th prWerpal Dr-Urgtsls.rWllt '
b unt by mail, securely stalrdJroni all ob.i
I serration, oa reoeipt of the specified prlo
by any autnonseu agent, or ny tne eon vw
era! Agents for America, OSCM 0. MOSES
A CO., 27 Contend! Street, Nw lor, ,4a.
Ihorlsed Agent-for Ashland and Vicinity, -ISAAC
fi. POTTER. ' All orders by mail,
promptly attended to. " U; . '
ii 1 1 1 1 ,,f , -n,t.it, a
aH m wn. . ad. 1 Mt ' '
Uootf xu dsns aiyiieni varMewis tw qui . JMTICE.
Cae$.J - - I XJOTIOE 1 hereby given ,tht tb walar ,
, i; I signea nave been duly appointed
IqualineU as A tmlnlstrators of th estat
I David Fluke, dee'd, late ef Ashland Co.
"i- V1 ' SAMUEL FLTJlCsV"'!
" EMAMVAL FINGIll,'!
Oct. 8, '66. -' -I-' 1 i'.
LittL CorporalUCUg thing. There I. L "It suUequent, .ppeyed that WW&$rX&
no pper puDlllbea equl W It lor JOUWl mvi, lesring mas inirui.r. sirau.r tallhl oi , thane South
a ' s j v . m iMkaim nmn 1 anarAnaii 1 . m -
toa CDiiaren' ,
.1 . jrt t r 111
An price oi.-jue A,utie vorporai is tnrmi.InBt
only on dollar a jear fiampl oopj,
V shall continue te keep the veryest
loods to be found in our line, aad t
is (ood work as eaa be done la any
' After th lt of January, 1861', I will Hv him , e.U before making your pur-
pay the highest aa pri tor
qOT SHEEP!, SIIEEPI tlZZ7l
ea (47) degrees East, 871 perch w lb
place of beginning, oontalniiig tw teres aad
twenty three perekes, b th same mere er
Appraised at , - '-"m
Term of aU cast oa U day ef e!e. '
, f J, G.BROWK, Sheriff.
!).', iw-Swlo-pfiia.oo, - ( i; .
nmm & kcs.
' . ' ''it . i Oil..
! Will give iuddoemenls for'fot choice ki
1 of Butter, tt-M'A ' ' .
chases, td yoa will Ba that th above
v; a. . B. oBjimawAiit).
I have Just arrived from Vermont With
dholna lot at Thorough Jreat ,., , . , . ... -
Bpnniuh JBtrino Ewe$, ,
with lamb by aa INFANT ADO BAM, K CRU
RA. Jr.. bred bv 8. S. KockwalL CornwaU, AaV-
dleon Co., Vermont,- and sired by his oalt rated
Stock ram Eureka. I will stop few. days ba,
JBHl.Af(lJ. Unto, n tne nuter jiuua niri yio
J ';iii M
I purpoee of selling the Bwes and Mia aemoe of
ef Dl. D. fSarapoel ,
r Sock eaa beiaen-at th km ef
provementof stock iheep are VrHed,tO;Cal'
vasaua. n ., ,. ) 'go. III.