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THE ASHLAND UNION
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0 8C8HSM.& I'robnt'.fndgiV'' ' &
Vl. M. BAEBBR, e'li O.VriDlit.Ct't
O.W.HILL, Prosecuting Attorn,
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ISAAC OATEH, Auditor,
WILMANt HBVTTMAJr, IMOW. : U II
6K0RQB V. BRIE, Recorder
JOHN HPKNB,.8oryor,,i;i,MCi ' 1
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ProW Noticui, - " " "
AnEdu-JUiid Ul!'onef , pr
i AiT8r?letnal leeded, oflnrterj,
omlerthcheadof SpeoUlSoticee, ndDonb
l Cohimir dtrWemirile will be ebkjgt
6tf pcet.,'ldaiaptitoi tbo't.nirii
It wu iriett mormBi'in iprrntf,
the 'Engluli fijtAjTt anchor in Port.
month htrboiWftit'Be.'V. !'ftl,
niil -to itnri nut an & cruise. The fiag-
iBjpjUhnjjOjfprv.iwble b't ot tb.M'n'L
Du bl in commotion. The Admiral, the
mwt-faineoi tailor of hii dY, wb oonnne
off from ihqre, ani'tte sSip wM'retdj; fa)
ratl blm. -Alrt uy .Hie gn or in
fantdron were beainnine to maimer ionn
thcir.'Wclcomer'eo eoon'thV teeiel was
welbed mimoUi.ind guTvering 'bedeath
tbe dieehargel of her heavy orananoo, aa
Admiral Nelson vtoucVeJ her fleck," aur"
rounded ij ; brilliant "BtafFV ' Stahdrng
near the quarter deck' "and watohing the
BQene with intense eVgerness" wa' a younr
1QQ 01 BDOUb eigllicen. Xiu new uicdoou
gifnply but neatly, and his cheeks glowed
and his eyes kindled, as ie watobed Vx-
oiUng itectB that, were going on arounu
him. As he returned tho salutes of the
officers, the Admiral chaioe to observe
the lad. t . .
"Who is thiaf" he asked, turning to
tbe captain or tho vesuol. .
"lie Is a vooni lad that 'came on board
a ftw hours ago," replied tlie captain.
"Ile insisti on Becin yon, ir, as be says
he hastomethmg ot importance to in t
"Well, my !d, said (he Ainwaj mea
ly, "speak out freely."
"If you please, sir," said the boy, "I've
oume to ask you to take me to sea with
''Jj that all vouTiavVfd iv,' J
scnnioT" asked the ea'ptainVBhar
' "IiCt'him alone," said the Admiral,
laugbioir. j' What position do you want,"
he asked, turnine to the boy.
(;"lf yu would take mo as your o bin
boy, ait," said the Iad,."l shouio be very
"Ihat's a. odor coanco tor. you,. 11 you
with to rise abovo it," laid tho admir
Uneiy. '- :
-'"It will be bigmning, "pma me
lad. , "If you'll give me a start, I'll work
my way up,- sir. You did it ; and I mean
to do ro too-. ' "
The admiral gazed at him kindly, but
searcbingly,- nd then said,- with ar smile,
1 (I take you with moon thiswnsioj ana
IrtHN VAN KR8I1
KLI V8 FRAONFKLTEB, 8awnnah.
fV6,.7i iaoa fcasHifi B . Iutbib, Prei
OF ASHLAND, OHIO. . ;
ttULBBBTLDTHKR. 1 0. H. TOPPING
lAGOft CRALL. h, I J.O. JENMINQB
jklt Intern Etchenje dCoin; Dlieonnt tip;
.,; tr;8eH Sivenne ind rouge Btiinpi
, BAttUS & CO,, BANKERS,
Dtatenfa OoW, COvrt, Ktkefr V. 8. Bondt
Uncurrent mocy,. Hortnue Slenipe, c.
DUeonnt epproved pnper, pay lulereit on
hmm BANKING" BUr i
-1' ci JOIM.LEH UOVBM3 :.-.
di??OSITK tbe MflHully Boue'e, AehUnd. 0
" tl, .MiLLia. Proprietor, flood aooorihnodi.
VIIom ul riasonable bilU. raironage to
.Heeled. i fc: -.- . j
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a.i hjtttjri)LTr uuvsr. -,
$ ii'.jioNOtTT,- Proprietor. Fouit 81'Je ol
,lUlaBtret, AuiDuuMi . , . ;
OWPf Jf. JACOB,
"lW-nRVFV AT LlW'Aitilwid. Ohio: ' All
" Wnde at huilaesl Bloniini le the Profn
1I0B iroinptly mended itf. Office ; tbe one
l.i.il UI,ti-d bt Judn Otborn.'oa
-lt'boktrHH mi Alala. ,
dTtOKUM AT LAW, Wcet 8alera, Wnyrl
win menu iiroMV.'j
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4ITUKNET 'it tAW; Xebland, 0. Partly
,.u. .h..lUb uldta Colleellni and bu
lni,t itf Vribali Court. Office on Churoli
street, betweww Main and Baaduiky
1. . 'i i iiv
one a yiaoonn mgao-ine oiDer.iiiini
Iieu.tenntK though he bad jut' Veoorne
of agio 'He followed nil commander, who
bad become, .wirmiy .utioaea . w mm,
through all thaycan. tkat intoYtenld; aq
that. .winn. the .sreafr JUT. oi) xranini
oamev bo was ibe. second jo ebmmn4 (o4
Captain-Hardy... As tht louon.ibejan,
Lord kelson iDDroached ;bim and plooiDe
Ihio.hand n. bin iboulderl Jaldi -MWtaryl
goSuit.lO bate a bard Bay, fcdward, and I
hope you may fail through II atfety..,-
. .viehaiLtrj to an mj auiy. my imw,.
laid Lieutenant Leeu .'.'But," he added,
pointing to the .uniform, and decorations
Which, ibe .commander .wore, contrary to
bis custom,. '.'why fJooa yoBrJordship ren
der yourself ao.oonnpiQUon8.to day I You
will mrcly .draw upot yon tbe fire of some
marksma.0.". .:. I. . . : , h- (fti
..'.'I.bav.e presentiment, ', laid the Ad
mirslj.'.'tbabmy race .is run 1 to I have
put on. all my harness, .lo-diy. In hon
or I gained tbero," .he cxolaimed, proud
ly laying his hand 00 the insignia.. "and
in honor I will an With toem. ...
The presentiment WM.realiMU., It wai
the last action of the ereat sailor. Aa ne
fell oq lbs deck, In tthe heat pf the bat
tle, .the capta.in.and. lieutenant of the snip
sprang to butin an agony of grief. -.-,
1 r'Uo baoK to your) postt . awara.v no
iid as the lUuteoant nclt by hiin.wa
Then b Ami geDtlyj'lioa blcsa you,
With a sad heart the young man. re
turned to his place. The fat which bad
seemed to unite bu destiny with that ot
his commander, wa fully re'alited on this
day, for, ju?t II the .vjotory wa gained, a
heavy discbarge of grape from a Prenoh
ship of the line swept the deck of Lord
Nelson's ship ;. and when the smoke dear
ed away, Captain Hardy law his lieuten
ant Ivine in the eame spot where the con
queror of the Nile bad falleb, with hW
breast lorn open OJ lernoio uieuuargo,
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IrttevQuebw (Pjida),dispatfib iiysl
nan, crossing to Point Levi Wlniei ,To,JSid'khor Monday, Bottmbw 19th, -68,
!(lrMlb':c!,t,l,r0J'infc1, 1 a Tnini will leave Ashland as foUowsr. mi -in.,U.f
fiflaU at'toronto -tad 'a ' c ' OOISQ- BA8T. ; ;: -
ble'CliiitmM dinner, prtyided bt their Train No; J-Sew1 IorkKxpri; M? M
Af.ix-Ji ..J ... .,iiM.reti 1 i 3,t do fRiatKlprM . - n
rinr""TT"'(i s .r do 4.--i!-w;yrighi? uah
Twr41ialt In abuwaanoe bai been found ? rV. .
In southwestern Kansai. OW recotd Beys . Q0. tTfV
it completely covers the ground) forming . f " iOOiHQWEOT.
a. emit, 1 and can De inoveJed up by cart Train No.l-Eay uxpreei,
. . It, M. Cahi-mi'-
. rinimra it T.iW. AiliUnd. 6
tavbrl Street, In thebrlck building lin
f IMdl.talj rVlU of Caba's 8'"". , .. I
".hf tu fT.'T. JOttJTtl OA.
ittOaNBY Ut .AWi'OIBoe oterWallack
JLVrfw.' Sb.'; Store, Main B.r.et. A.h
'Sand. Obi. AUo authorlied by the Got.
jraient'ptoourl P.n.ion Cnince.
.Tcileot Bennt, a-d Back l'y-
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lunni) "Jf.';lT MtCOMBS, 1
I'J'w'niniBTi.i Caimeellorattaw, Aihlaad
':;f... 1. n.ik huildlna: over
JlHIO.-Vin' . -u- . -
e,.Ur'B Hard,war,Bttrf,.t . ...
lMOaHET if LaW, FlRB AMD MFK
Ineirani Agent ad Hilary Pnbllo. 1 ar
llonlaf attention paid to collecting. Probate
b.lae, Partition oaiH a "a.,
rpidds. Mortgagea and Contract;. Office In
'"Viller'l Blook, Beoond Story, Main Street,
WW Halt.Aihland, 0.' , .
' jl I. r. CRAJTE,
UrnCl 0 Door Wert of Qnulre'i Drug
fltdte, Op Stair. Eeildeno. Corner of eea.
- and Waiblngten BlreeH, ehland, 0..
- liySICtlK BWEQKOlf, Ashland Ohl..
Crarllottlar attention will b paid to the
treamentoi iu"u " -o -t - - ,
,l. Sotofala a4 EpUteUal Cancer. .
PHTMCIAS BURGEON, Aebland Ohli:
5 V&e etir Bugbel A Staoher'i Btora, op-
.--i c MCj.aoUai1La
, j n,i a-ni. ...J.
.WBXlBR w4 SUtet Snlth.onedoot West
f PotUt'iDtng 8M , Aihland, Ohio
ToW and Bteel rem, aaa a enoiet tantiy
. Ii.,h ti.lee paid for eld 8old and Silver.
Repairing dea to order, en reaioneble
tSifipUrllwanapted; V- J 1
f von want to tise,- I'll zrve ywraobaBee,
What is your nane ?--
"Virv well. then. Edward, I will take
vou info mv service."" iaid"(he "Admiral
"I ihnll "expect you to prove yourstu
worthy ofthe trust' " .
: shall do U.. sir." laid the ooy earn
eitly, as "ho inovtd iside, repeotfully, to
let ibe Admiral oass l
. In two hours tno Vanguard itirtcd out
to na,1 followed, by the iquadrob, to'join
Earl St.'Vihcenl at Gihfalt'er.' The" ybung
valet made a favorable Impression upon
the ( Seen of the ship bcrore the compie
tiun of the voyage. .
, "fit too bod, , laid tbe Admiral to mi
uo-capiuin, one day, "thai that boy
sliuuid fill J menial position.'
The coptuin agreed with his oomnian
di r, and the result of the matter was that
a few days after tho arrival of the Yan'
guard at Gibralterr Edward Lee was (liv
en midship nun '1 warrant .by Earl St.
Vincent at the special request of Admir
al Nellon. - -:
'J Thvb cime- the famous cruiBe in the
Mediterranean, in aoarcb of Uonoparte
and his fleet." In the terrifio "cole which
ditmastcdlh Admiral's ship, young Lee
proved that he merited, the kindness hii
ir;at commander bid shown him, and
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won . traito irom an on poara. men
the briof halt at Syracuse," tho arrival of
the wished-for reinforcements, and the
drpnrture for Egypt.. Ai the dawn o(
(hit memorable First of Aucust revealed
to the eyti of . tho English the tri-color
floating over Alexandria, and the Frtnoh
fliet in the bay uf Aboukir, Edward Leo
war Hooding by bis chief on the deck of
."There they are," burst' from a score
of voices, as tho distant vessels tame in
view. . ........ ..
"Y," muttered the boy, "and we'll
be there before night."
Nelson elmced at him approvingly.
' ''Thore's a chance for promotion form
a)J there," he said, smilingly.
. He was right. The fearful encounter
which carried such sorrow' to so many
English homes, brought to these two men
fame and honor. Through the whole no
tion tbe Admiral's eye was on tho young
'-middy," and all through that long and
thrilling lummer niirht it never lost the
e'eam of satisfaction which had illumine
. 1 v. l j ,k. . . ..:!... .1.
ICQ It IB ue liuaru tun jruuug aniivk wviud
in the morning. The same dispatch that
greeted him as Lord Nelson, informed
....... ...... .
him Ibal his request tor a lieutenancy lor
young Lee was granted.
Steady devotion to bia profession, and
oonspicuous bravery in times of ganger,
soon made the youthful lieutenant a noted
man in Ilia Majesty' navy.- 'Abe battle
of the Belli waia memorable day to him
It was truly tbe greatest battle be bad
been in. Though ipverely wounded, he
refused to go bolow. and itood at his poat
until the close of the action. When Mr
Hvde Parker cafe the signal for dwonn-
tinning th fizht, Lieutenont Lee report-
- I ' ata i a
ed jt to Lord ietson. ip aamirai, put-
t ns the glass to bis eye, said, WHO mock
ffrayiiy,"' really don't le tbe ignal
Keep the flag for oloser battle still flying.
That I the WIJ A niwr iuoi nguais
Nail mbe to tb meat." . , ;''
-It uema that th fortune of the groat
Admiral and his nroteco were mUUnooi
An ETnslTt? Answer.
Patrick, bi 'fjre be became judged in
the bonds of ''holy wedlock" with Bridg
et, waa in the service of Father MoNulty.
One day that good" priest expected: a call
from axiolostant jniomcr,. ana -wisubu
iome excuo to get rid of him So call
ins; IUuckjii-prodoedod ,to Blv hiB iB:
I "Pntriok." eaid ho. "if that minisier
comee to day, I don't wiBb to lee bim.'
- -"Yes, yer roveronce."
"Make some kiqd -of an excuse and
end him away."- i-- . '
"What shall I toll bim if be eoroos,
"Tell him A m not ai norae.
"Would you hive me tall him
Hr-tovernsa 7 - .
-No, no, Patriokj tut got out of it
eome way give nun an ,.
"An evasive answer, is it I I'll do it a
If every man, woman, aid child, black
and white, old and yong, lavago and oiv
ilizad on the whole globe,, were to cqntrir
bute iix dollars each, it , would pay the
patfonal debt, and no more. . . (. ;
'- John MorriBsey is said to support four
pensioners, three disabled s&ldiers and a
hunchback. He imposes two conditions
upon them that they shall Pcitber drink
. ( I .
'Suppose Andy Johnson ii as bad is
represented, the Republican! are respon
sible for his election.
' Major General S R Curtis died in Oma
ha 00 Wednesday.1 '
. Seventeen oounty papers in Pennsyl
vania .havo exprcsBed a prcforenoe for
Governor Curtiu for United State Sena
tor, six for Simon Gamcton and two (both Alliano
T rn. C . . . I I'antfin . t
tu AJauvuotci 1 jkuau olcvvus. ' r. T 'J v .7, f
Orrtlllo, . ,
chanan oonnty, Missouri, ,'over a suppoied ,oudontiIp,
uiBvvvurj ui Kuit. a low uajs biuoo a Maniineld '
farmer brought into St. Joseph gold worth Crestline, '
lixty dollars, wbtch he said ho hid pick- l'-ueyrui, ",
ea out ot an excavation on bis larm. up
Awholcsalo massaore was perpetrated r,.'fLi.,.
by Indium near .Fort Phil Kearney, last Vad Wert, -Saturday.
Three officers' and ninety sol- Fort Wayne,
dieriof the regular army were attacked, Columbal, .
anu every man was killed. The exterm- " "r " ,
ination of the red-skins may now be look- vlpTalei,
edfor. ' '." ' t" , . Cbieaa-o. '
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9:60 A. M.
do dd 8 Night Express,
do do 11 Way, freigai,
do do 15 Express Freight,
do do 17 Dispafcb '
ciTraln 1 arrives at Dayton 5.46 P. M.,at Cln
olnnatl 8 JO P.M. 1 rain No 3 arrives at Day
ton 4.65 A M. al Cincinnati 7.20 A. M.
p, S, Passengeri carried on all Freights
except W oi 17 ana At) ny proounng iioneis
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THE OHIO STATESMAN
'AKfalheiia'st'tnToiiEh innililnVsand slflraV,
tb OH 10 BTATE8H AMtWiU aontlira inflex
Ihlv Demoe'ratio unalterablt detoted to an
advocacy of tbe maintenance of th CooatUu -
tion. uk spirit ana m leuer, ana ne vi7
ervauon ot the union, asjuc irom m i, ue
Staieimw will bestow partlculaf attentio to
LratJalivf. and ComVcionat JJ-
tor'i C'Aoiee,'Atirttclir, ana jiiear
. !i . inn .Literatim,' " . .
And will live faithful Market Reports from
the lea'dlng Commorolal Centers of tie coun
try. On Ue Mta of December, the Weekly
Statesman will be so enlarged ai to give two
and a half additional oolumns or reading mat
ter weekly. Thefol'owingarethe
Tern Cash in Advance.
rUtiburr, Ft. iraynetfCR. W,
On ard after Nov. 18, 18B0, Treini will
leave Stations daily, Sundays excepted, as
follows: Train leaving Chicago at 8,85 P
M leaves daily
TRAINS GOING WEST.
I Ex puis.
An evasive answer,
1 .fl.oMnfld '
The matter thus airingcd Father Mao
wtirodt." his library, md Patriok went
- , ,
hmit. h is dntiei About dusk tn me ai
Iflrnonn. the worthy -priest enm OUt'ol
. , - -- . . ii
is room and found f atnox in unusuauy
"WelLTatrick;". said, he, t'dio wo
minister call.to day VI.. .
"Yea, lir r r."
L'Aud did you get rid of biw t
."I did lir." -
"fliil ha ask if 1 WIS in ?"
"And what did you lay to him f"
The President hoi clearly and positively I
advised a delegate from the South Carol i-1
n a Legislature, lluUM ontrtem States . ". ,y
ought to rejeot the Amendment promptly, Chicago
and that the U. 8. Supreme Court would Valparaiso
sustain ' them in this dcciiion. Thui re- riJ0"""1" '
porti the deleeatetothoLeeislalure which r'UZt. '
sent him to Washington. i Fori Wayne
Mudd, Spanelor and McLaughlin, the Delphoi
Assassination eoniDirntora. will be broncht I
from their prison at lry Tortugas for
trial by the civil Court. '
Abe latest advice irom Mexico convoy
the intelligence that Napohon gave or
ders to the French Commander to aid
Maximilian to the utmost of his nower Orrtille
Thii doei not lopk much liii a iccedy Mamllon
evacuation by IheiFrenob troops. . -1 V,,,' u" t
An extenilve fire in Vicksbnrg, on tho cj'lnmb,,B,
night or me 24aioit., aesiroyea bdoui Enon
2,60 P- m
12.60 T -
12 20r. m
8 87 oo
Dally fltatesman, per year,
Daily Statesnan.six monthi,
Trl Weekly Blateirasn , por year,
Trl Wek y iiatesman, ix month
One copy lis months . ,:
One oopy, pno year,
Five copies pne year
Ten copies, one yea . 1 ,
Twenty copies, ono year
rifiv eopiee one year,
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r rmtti vat , i j v .-.-.it
f. tin.? u enl m.iO -.li rt ?
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Merinos that Mld.for $150 will be fold tn
$1,25 these that aold for $1,26 will ba (old
for $1,00 all olherlo proportton. '.. ! .
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TRAINS GOING EAST.
one hundred ...buildings, of which tbout
llility-eight were large brick stores. A wo
white children "an4 four negroes were
burned to'deatb, .six negroes killed by
atfbident and. oua hundred families ren-1
deredn homeless. Five or six buildings
were blown op to arrest the progress of
the flames. Thi Theatro .building waa
8 85p.m. 4 40A.M.10 20r.M
6 21 do 6 88 do 12 64a m
7 gO do I 8 29 do I 2 67 de
8,17 do I 9 40 do I 4 20 do
9 04 do 10 40F.M 6 27 do
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11.1s do I J 19 ao I 8 24 A.M
1148 do 1 46 do 9 CO do
12 17a.m. 2 10 do 936 do
1 26 do 8 60 do 11 00 do
1 61 do 4 81 do 11 38 do
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8 16 a.m. 616 a. Ml 1 80 do
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4 45 do 750 do 2 44 do
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6 80 do 9 20 do 8 57 do
6 00 do ,10 00 do , 4 80 do
816 do 10 20 do 1
715 do 111 25 do 6
7 44 do 12 07 p. a 6 20p.w
do 12 88 do 6 46 do
N. Brighton 8 38 ao 1 22 do 7 27 do
Rochester 9 21 do 17 de -8 20 do
Plttsburi . 10 26 do 8 60 do 9 80 do
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At No, 2, Yellow Block, has rcceircd and has
now on exhibllloa, a full and complete as
sortment of .,!.,
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YANiEl NOTIONS !.
and a large stock of all kinds of , ,
FUJtltf GROCERIES, r
Snob as- ' -. " '.'. .
FLOUR,"- MOLASSES,- ' '
SALTfi if-. LARD, "
COFFEES, SYRUPS, ..
SUGARS, ... CHEESE,
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.TQUAQCOS, . " -., CIGARS.
' , " '" feNUFF,
And eterylhinr rise" usually fou.d In a Rrst
olasi Orooery estahlisliinent. Friends gite
me a call No. 2, Yellow Mock.
The Stale 0 Ohio,)
t'y, . j
"I gave him an ovasiy,e answer. (
"An evasivo amwor, Patrick f" 1
'Tm vpr riverenoe." -
- "And what did you nay to him V '
I'll a amd me was ve'a in. and I tould
him wai hii grandmother a monkey if" -
badly damaeed. but the cathedral, city 8oshronla Aahleman. Pl'ff.l In Wajne Co.
lank and toleeranh office esoaned. The vs. Court of Ccm-
Chs i'l roughly estimated at $2,000,000,
John Ashlemah, DePnt. j mon Pleas.
The fh-o Wis closed by carelessness in
TnntK BxATJTifUL Boys. The wife
of a returned m'.dier gave birth tp "three
beautiful boyi," recently, in urooaiyn,
N. Y. Just think of it and an aoing
well 1 Three beautiful boyi I Oh, happy
mother 1 Oh, moie happy father 1 Ob,
overjoyed brcthern and sisters, if any
there are. ltpw tuny win warn iu was
peep liodor theooverlctof the bed to take
a look at the three tiny little bead all
laid iii a row. " How they will want to
look down Into th six twinkling little
eyes some blue, some black, perhaps
And their sweet little mouths, and dainty
little nosei three nosep, three mouths,
ml I And thnir feet six Stum
py little fect.'with inch wee biti pf little
toe. And whon all ar isleep,ndbo4i
noisy rag' man come alopg shooting
r a-o- s r-a-or 1 1 awakening one,' wbioh
criea, and awakes another, and thent tbe
two orylrig awako the third, and then all
arvintf toiretber. won't tho brothew and
sisters have jolly fun to hear them all cry
together f. '".' Three, poautifijl Rovi-rntJ
an aaoe 1
Hnnnlv. State of Ohio, and to m di
reoted, 1 will expose at Public Auotion at the
ilnnr r the Court House in Asmana, An
0-The New York fferaM learoa that land County, Ohio, on , :
the Preaident expreised the other day his ' onday, January tth, 1867t
policy, and tool occa.iou lo remonstrate ftJte i"!
. . . . ., . . , n oiodk r . in. w nn.u .. - , o - - -'-- .- - .
against tne proposed overthrow Ot the i.na.and tanementa. to-wit: Situile Preenanov.as thet are eureto brini on Mis
nreseat State goVeTomenti of the South. i j.pVuib townshin. Ashland County, State carrisire, but at ant other lime Iher are safe
on tht ground that it would release tho of Ohio, and desoribed as follows, torwit . Etery woman knowa that the bloom of
Statea concerned from the payment 0f Part of the East half of the North East quw- health must fade, with the ilightest irregu-
WL VI PWIWB ivui.n 1 " " r - I -- ' "
West half of th Ncrth West quarter or ceo- run are truly the woman'i-lnend in tier
tlon thlrteea(13) bounded as follows: Be-1 hour pf trial, and Ui only enre, posllite and
innlnff at a poet ou me victuibuu uu, 1 ua,vr iuiuk cure aau nauwor 01 ouuiwoa-
Uieno West thirty aeven (87) perches, tteliion of nature, from whatoter cauie. 80
tanthl ol a peion to a post, uenoe e-uuu. imtm uiat tue ieeoiesi or-n iaae iaem wiui
twenty Ate perohli to a post on tbe Cleteland perfect teonrity, yet 10 powerful in their of-
road, thence along eald road North forty let- feet, that they may bt safely culled, a never
11 4Tt derreat al. 1011 poronw w laumK iwguiaior. .1-,
7 '.. . ,.!.1...i.UHi.hJ I. .11 - - , Dl-.1 1 JT..
111 . ui Aiorroaa uu diiiuh auw
tlons, Psim in the Baek and Limbs, .Fatigue
their legitimate State debta and impose
them upon Ibe I tinted states.
The Fenian trials were- continued it I
Swectsburg, yesterday. J3mith was con-
vioted and sentenced tp be bung. Feb.
l5tb.r In McDonald' ease the jury fail-
. . 1 An fail (i .
fld to agree., fatties Heardon waa acquit.- :TV, boninnina:. aonlainlug twe acres aad
the qase of Miojiael Crowley wa iw4nty three perohes, be the jam., more r
ly united, for thit viotory,
BSrRnmnff a' vretobod lad on the
plain near the Humboldt desert, nursing
a starving bnby. a traveler isked him
what the matter was. "Wall now, re-
snonded the youth. "I guess I'm kinder
atreakt. Old dad's drunk : ole woman'
tot the bv-iterics : brother Jim De piay
ing poker with two gamblers'; lister Sall'a
down mar a ocurun ot an entire itraoger
thii yen baby' got tb diafee Ibe wttat
tort 1 tho team' clean guv out ;' Ihe wa
gon' broke down j it 1 twenty milei to
the next water a aoo t care a a 0 u
never see Califdrney," " " ' ... ,' V
' An eminent member of ttie Hons i
iaid to be pre pari og artloleii of jmpeiob-
ment for leveral Judge of fbe Supremo
Vpurr.".Tvi;! "-.".i- . v
Iff The Great English Remedy
Protected by Royal Letters Patent.
8IR JAMES CLARKE'S
Celcbrnled Fcmnlo Fills,
Prepared from a preemption 0 Sir J.
Clarke, M. )., fhtncian JLxtraor- .
dinary to the Queen.
This invaluable medicine is unfailing in
the cure of all those painful and ilangeroni
diseases to whioli the female constitution ii
subject It moderates all excesa and re
motes all obstructions, from whateter cause,
and a speedy cur may be relied on
TABLE LINEN, .
. .' FLANNELS, , ':
WHITE GOODS, ',
. HUaiEiil, ' - .
" -GLOVES, '-'" "
; . CHECKS, 4e., 4x
SHAWLS and FLANNELS wlU b furn
ished at the extrwi lowest prioee. -
J. W. BRAD LEYS' CelebtvleJ Duplex
Eliptio Spring Skirt full assortment. Al
io a number of other k pf SkirUwhickj
we can recommend to pror satisfactory. ' r
A full line or ftnoy and nam
;u. .-,(( ,.!.s . .. ' i. 1 .1-
Which will be lout oneap.
r 7 '( , V1UUU'7U TN pnr.ane. of an execution duly Issued -10 MARRIED LAD K3 .
f which about .one-fourth wai insured I I 0Jt oflh, (mt of Common Plea of " h partlculary suited. It will, in a short
time, bring on tho monthly period with regu
Eaoh Botfle, price One Dollar,' boars the
Go rem ment Stamp of Ureal Bri'ain, to pre
vent counterfeits , , . r . , .
These Pills should not be taken by Females
during the FIRST THREE MONTHS f
Ladlat and OenU' Furs. Fresh arrival;
which will be offered 26 per cent. Cheap.
than any sold this winter. Call and two
them. . . .........
Full line of Ladies and -Miss . ;, .
... . . .. iu . i .
itill in the hands ot the: jury when the
1 IT- CV tt' rf
' A' GiRDLi"br STEAkf' Around'1 tbc
Wolttp A philaejphil paper calli at
tention to th fact that the, beginning of
the new year will witness the inaugura
tion of 'unbroken, itcatn 'communication
around tho globe, to be thenceforth pros
ecuted u regularly as thi arrival and' de
parture of European steamihipi at our
trharves.- -'ine steaminip tteory-vnnneoy
will nil on the 1 1th of December for th
Iflthmntj will aonneot wrth the- -Golden
City, for 6i- rraooisco-j- -and frotn Baa
Francisco, on the orst aay or January,
th steamship. Colorado will siil for Yoko
hama, In Japan, and lAong noog, in Uhi-
na. ir. arnve at tbe inttpr port, tne pas
senger wishes still to journey westward,
he oao proceed by the botes of the Pen
insula; tod Oriental Uomptny to rjombiy,
and onward -through th Red 15ea, the
ltfcm,us of Sue;, which- prossed by nil,
Conduct bj the pritiih tinrof "Medtterv
rapeaa attgmeri, tonchhitrat Malta and
Gibraltar, and emvr In Enghtpd-.-wber
I few hours of rail wir will wiabro hfm to
take" pasfag jo On of -a'doxan -fin of
iteamihtpi tor this wuntry-'njffiBrrpofta
AnnMlBA al S
rinm. f .alaeasb on tb day of 111.
" . - n , T a
0 1-1 J.-U. snuns, Daeriu.
Do. 5, 186d-5w25-pf$12,00
I TT -n
In etery county and town In IheJU tilted Slatee
toaell j, rr. :!:
"four years a scout AND SPY."
A book of facte, a.nerratir of four year ex
perience 111 me ,
' SECRET SERVICE
.v. fTui ai.tsm h CORPORAL RCQ-
it va T.timnnil from Grant. Mcpherson
. , jt, VnpnA nil nth.
tsclls rapidly, uur wrm
on slight exertion, Palpitation of th Heart.
Hyeieries and n hitei, these fills will meet a
a tire when all other means bat failed , ami
although a, powerful remedy, do not contain
iron, calomel, antimony, or anything nurtrui
to the constitution. , ,
Fall directions In a namnhlot 'around taeb
paoiage, wntea anouia re eareruuy preeertea.
BOLU BY ALL BRUUiilBIB
Bole General Agent for th United Stalls
and Jmiish Domniona, , - -
JOB MOSES. 27 Crtlandt St.. N.. r
If. B SI 00 and 6 three cent postage
stamp enclosed to any authorlied agent, will
........ v.i.i. . , : in T .1 1. k. u
wniit , uvilit.IulliMniiig nu ,,n, vj iv
tarn mail, leeurelv sealed from all obserta
tlon. Bold ia Ashland by ISAAC fc). QITKR
and ail o"eaier in AlrUictne
EERORS OF Y0OTH
I flnlVmiin wba anftered fo- tea from
covim sent by mU on receipt of prlc. .., Debililv. Premitur 4eoay, nd aU
ui aneaia os towtoiBt inuiaiTmivB, ai.i, iv
lha eufferlnx humanity, send fro to all wh
need It.. the recipe and direotlouifor matin
the simple remedy which hi was cured
Sufforore wishing 10 roBt by th adTertiser'i
Xperienoe, oan 4i ny idrsing - ;
No. 18 Chamber Bt. New York., '
X 0. DOWNS As CO.
""" "100 Main 81 Zenastllle, 0. ,
T. C Jaeobi, Agent jor aeiuaaa w.
P. H.piark(. D.! - T. B. Hunter, M. D.
'-"' ULARK BVJTTER '' " '
Hv"anotatd th'emselte for' Of praotlc
. -tt Md aad Borgery In th Village of
..iohlsjuL-Speoudailentlon gln U the
.nt r Ohraala ease. "I -' ' .-
'Oo Inbriofe'bwiiiiat. WeA f 88
ln-.X -y. b:.r
. I. .ilVll W J .
VkIIh is herebt alvva that on- tbe 16th Inst.
ftntwell Weston was appointed and ualhd al
bAdmlnhttrslor of th estate or Banioro roc.
late ol Ashlena couniy, ?r,,
0 i. ftVOnao iiiw
at'th lowest price.
RICE CURRENTS DOMESTICS;
Browo Sheelioga, Atlantic A.. -Sio-
Medium Brands,:.. law 4
Blenched 6heetiogs, 13
Calico Beet ,
" medium i.--.-..T -tt w1'
DoUins....: ZZi M
Dcbimi -20 55
Checks,. .:...,-u-....Js5 to 25 .
T1PCE RTOtTK OH i
j i", r:r 77-. .f...
selling Cheip. Call tnd see thegj.
ta.'rA ? .
After tbe 1st of January, 1867. 1 will
tiay thebigbeat cash prioe for
..i!tm .& r.cc3, -
Will gWi laduoemept fbf for sbpicj q!j
ol ButUr- i;f 4 v 1 i. - ;