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THE ASHLAND UNION, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23. V.svJsrr
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It tAJM8s v,v.1 . -I. H, LAMDIS.
J, . LAN DISat Bno..Edl(rs.
' AhUnd,i t t Jan. S3 1887,
pemocratio Stat Ticket :
t. $." TDr Gowrnter, -.-'.;;'.
ALLEN 0. THURMAN, of Franklin ;
''V i (, ' , iwf'Mia' Gofertor, ' ; '
H : t DANIEL 8. UHL, of Holmes;
' ,7 ' ,u "'Treat of State,
i-v c.FULTON, orCrtwrorJ;
iiMfttor c State, 1 ;
: j JOHN McELWEE, of Butler; '
juiriy; )&AUtimeg General, :.'.
." -v FRANK.H. HURD, ol Kboi j
u': fc:vi "'' Sirorem JaoVe, ' 1 .
smU? THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton ;
'"' 1 Comptroller of the Treuvry, V"
WILLIAM 8HERIDAN, of Williams;
Member Hoard of rubtie norki,
ARTHUR HUGHES, of Coyahoga.
TO OVR PATROLS.
Tho New York Herald, which ii now
rett well potted in regard lo the deaigna
f ibe Radical, deolarei that it U tba fix--.
I d determioetioi of that faotioo to remove
.;.'. President Johoaoa from office, and to
. . iake Pen Wade of Ohio, President of
V",,' she Senate, io that, under the Constitu
tion, be vaj assume the duties of Presi
Jent of the United States 1 , If these
Radical? play the fool much longer, they
' -nay lod themselves daneing one oi these
,. 4ajs without platform to stand upon I
" Bill Arp Chss. H. Smith haa been
. ' eleoted Mayor of Rome, Georgia. '
11 Snow, snow, the "beautilul snow,"
is from fi?e to twenty feet deep in the
East. : N Tis distance lends enchantment
;.' to the view." So says the Cleveland
i n Herald.
2h 'a 0Qlel ' Representatives of Min
nesota and Michigan have ratified the
, , constitutional amendment
Recently there were snow drift twen
., tj sne feet high in Berkshire Co. Mass.
' . ;- ' . Boa. Lyman Trumbull haa been elect
ed U. S. Senator (torn Illinois. The vote
; . rtood. TrumbulI 76, Dickey 83.
' , Maiimillian has returned to the Capi
. ' '" tail, for the first time since his quasi abdi
f" cation. .,
The Chairman of the Howe Judiciary
' Committee has authorised a statement
i , that Congress will do nothing this session
''. ,' ,' toward the impeaohment. The Commit-
' i tee is buvy closing up other investigations,
"' inoluding the alleged oomplieity of Jeff.
-" ' Davis in the assassination oonspiraey . If
") they get through in time, they may take
. aoae testimony on impeachment, and pur
1 ,;. poaa laying it before the next Congress
Ashley, the leading devil engaged in
., jibe conspiracy to depose the President of
' the United States, and to destroy the
,.v. , Government, is the fellow who, in March,
1861, wrote letters to one Frank Care,
c proposing that in consideration of having
; , the said Case appointed Surveyor General
t' -of Colorado, he would engage in all sorts
Ai l of speculations aad stealings and take
Ashley in as partner I A niee man, (ra
lly,: thia Jim Aahley, to talk about the
.lt"aorraptioa" of President Johnson 1 Oh
' H hams, where is thy blush !
f,. A Washington eorrespondont gives a
little Inaide history of Sherman and Camp
lJ'x bell in Mexico. The expidition, accord,
j'. -leg ta Mexican adviees, hu proved a
' positive fnjury to Joaref, and a windfall
to Ortega.: Thrtwo envoys were at odds
oy( with each other, and each had seperate
- ' iastroetieaa. This led to a stormy dis
'J JistttsloB between them in which personal
b allnaions wet made by no means eompli
a Jnentary . and culminated In an open breach
.i ,t Hatasjoras, when they parted company,
b 1 returning by epi,rsfe roatef to New Or
furlana. , , f 4 i": .
Ji1 V n" W V5,8,b Iglatnra hu rat
rfied the Cooatitatioaal amendment
VT''45P"Wm4 very destrnetive epidem
1 aLk prevails among (he hogs ia Southern
4" Iowa. B The Intestines of tba hogs are
il ' foaad to be I led with worms from six to
" kV..u'i..v.. I. iv K in. j
ew to (ha farmers, and they are greatly
. exejled about It. - v'
Simoa Cameron hu bean aleeted U. 8.
ana P6l0 from', Pennsylvania by a strict
party vote, the Senate being 19 for Cam
iV it- rin 10 for Cowan, aad the House 62
! i for Cameron to 87 for Cowan.
' "v'jTbe Dead Pock pronounces the selec-
''' 'tioaof Simoa Cameron by the Radical
..Caucus Tor Senator, "a studied violation
-a!-af.pblU deeeney." The Radicals io
.Coogress and out are rather subject to
taa omaaioe) of that kind of offense.
On the 1 5th of March, next, we will
reduce the subscription price oT the Union
to 13,00 per year ta oJeance- We are
induced to make this ohange, in hope that
every Democrat in the County ' will bo
oone a subscriber of their own local pa
per, because they ought to know' what is
transpiring about home, and because, at
the above rate, it is cheaper than any pa
per they can obtain from a distance.
- We need not remind the Democracy of
Aihland County of their doty. They
kno it ; bnt we have at this time, to call
upon them to do that which their own
judgment tells them is proper and right
that is, to exert themselves in procuring
subscribers for their own county paper. In
a eounty like this, our subscription list
should number fifteen hundred, and it
sooa can he run up to that numner, if our
friends will give us their aid and influence
in extending our circulation. , There is
not a man in the eounty who reads the
Uhion , that can not influence at least one
other person to become a subscriber to the
paper. This would double our present
circulation; but there are persons in al
most every neighborhood, capable of pro'
earing from one to twenty new subscribers.
and thus our list made several times as
large as it now is, if those gentlemen
would exert their influence in favor of
their "home paper."
It our friends will increase our list five
hundred by the first of May, we promise
to make the Union an eight oolumn pa
per, and put it in a new dress at the be.
ginning of the volume, which will be
about the 1st of June, besides we will
send to every person who sends as a club
of ten new subscribers, with the cash, a
copy of the Union one year free. To
any one sending us twenty five new sub
scribers, with the cash, we will send a
copy each of the Union and the Ohio
Farmer, one year free.'
Clubs received at any time after this is
sue at the reduced terms, $2,0f per aa
iff T win:- -r.i. . ... i...j
; fr. v u, turn wuh ovicursivu
at tha litMatl nf Ai,r!M ..4 ei cjuaC tt
. ,f-- - evwv va
lijir i-'r aiMij, uieu yesieraay si laiewuq.
f - tie lata reaidenoe.
,v?Iora Mien outrages have been com
m . miited in the vicinity of Fort Laramie
,iSpJi 60000010 with the telegraph
-t department have bcea killed, and Govern
. .. . meot property stolen. '
Tha Cleveland Herald' (Republican,)
"says the "Unitod 8tates 8enate should
purge its own body before it attempts to
' ' to entertain the grave charges against the
Chjef Executive." Very true,
"KO HOR WHITE STATES."
The Cleveland Leader (disunion) finds
great cause for rejoicing in the fact that
Congress hu passed the bills admitting
Nebraska and Colorado into the Union
It talks ia this wise :
"This triumph writes the motto. "No
more While Slatet" upon the Repuolican
Banner, n oatever may iiave been its re
missness and covsardice In . the oast, the
Republican party it note, boldly and
bravely avowed, AN equal 8JJFFEA0E
pARTV 1 It is for equal suffrage in the
I'lstrict oi Uoiumbia. It is tor equal suf
frage in the territories of the United
States. It is for equal suflraeo u a fun
damental and perpetual condition of the
admission of new States to the Union. It
is marching on, with an advance thai
knows no turning back, to making eaual
suffrage the foundation stone of Southern
reconstruction. Republicans of Ohio,
are you in line with your comrades
throughout the land V
Is our neighbor of the Times ready to
wheel into line 1 We pause for a reply.
Purpose of the Impeachera
A Washington special to tho Cincin
nati Enquirer savs that so far u the pur.
poses of tha impeaohers are concerned,
not a so'ntilla of evidence is suggested,
that goes to show that Mr. Johnson hu
done anything that comes within the le
gal definition of the word treason, and
other high erimos and misdemeanors.
Nevertheless, the impeaohers having
determined that Mr. Johnson is the
stumbling block to their schemes of re
constructing? the 8onth. han nn it tn
5 ri'i gi mm, wnemer oy lair or
oui meana. And aeonrdinrij ths nnv
adhere to their plan of passing in the
House articles of impeachment, then de
DOSinff Mr. Jnhnimn. mnA t,1!niv Wada
f " - - p.-W.UQ II..V
in the Executive chair ad interim Pres-
tdstit. anil rtvntnnoinn ,;n M
Senate until Mareh, 1869, thus legists
ting Mr. Johnson out of office, without
coming to a decision on tha sham, until
after tha next President shall be inaugu-
The Prcaldent'a Backbone Sllf-
' ' ' fened. ; -
The telegrsph from Wuhiogton savs
that the Conititutimal Union, of that
city, ia the its issue of the 18th Inst.,
sayf of the administration i
"If necessary, its strong arm and iron
hand will be Invoked to stay the course
ana prercni me consummation of itadical
treason. The great oath of the President
to nrotrot and defend ttm f!nntiini!nn
will not be forgotten, and the people who
rastaio mm wuo taeir ouv,uuu majority
of the voting poaulation North anU Honih
will not forget him. Events have already
brought the Government to the verv
- - .1 . !,! rt.i.n i
inri!Bui inuLuiir rcTuiuiHii. ar in. ttan
ioal majority in Congress pursues its trea
aonabla oonrse mnch lonirer. fh Onrn.
meot, ia order to sustain itself, will bave
to arm its supporters. '' At the call of the
President, all his' friends, North i.nd
rt . a . a
oouin, ana ine army ana navy, will
SDond. : "'" ' ; ' ' '
"In each I contest, the iorno ein not
doubtful. 'Conersssmen may be Valiant
HurhtAM An llm flnnr nr llnntrrjiM
-n o I '
to the field, it will be.another thing. The
real armies and great soldiers of the
iuDIio will Do found BgllUng under
Wo W advise 1 tha nnnnkilinn Vif
determined and fixed fact tbat Andrew
Johnson will serve ont bis Constitutional
term of oiooe. '
; The DIatrtot SnOmge Bill. .
i i V- ' J
The Distriot ol Columbia Suffrage Bill
ia now a law. It passed the Senate De
cember 13th, by a vote ef 82 To 13, and
noxt day paBsed the House by a yote of
1 12 to 46 j it wu vetoed by the President
January 7th, passed over the veto in the
Senate On the same day by a; vote of 29
to 10, and in tho House on the 8th by a
vote of 113 to 38. The bill, as passed,
confers suffrage on eaoh and every male
person, excepting 'paupers and persons
under guardianship, of the age of 21
years ana upwara, wno oh not ueon uu
vioted of any infamous crime or offense,
and excepting persons who may have
voluntarily eiven aid and comfort to the
rebels in the late rebellion, and who shall
have been born or naturalised in toe uni
ted States, and who shall have resided in
the Distriot for the period of one year,
and in the ward or district in wnicn he
shall offer to vote three months next t re
ceding any election therein, shall be en
titled to tne elective tranonise, ana snail
be deemed an eleetor and entitled to vote
at any election in the District, without dis-
.f. . - i -
iiociion on account oi coiur or nice.
THE TEST OATH.
The Cleveland Leader is col pleased
with the decision of the Supremo Court
of the United States in the case of a Con
federate attorney applying for permission
to practice in the Courts without taking
the test oath prescribed by Congress, and
in the' oaso of a Catholio priest who re
fused the Missouri iron-clad oath. It
says: . '
"This decision is another evevidenoe
of the reactionary spirit which seems to
possess a msjority of Hut court, which
would place us baok sgain in the status of
tbe 'good old days' of Bucbansn, Taney,
and Jetierson Davit, it revolutions could
be reversed by judioial diotums. .
"It will result, if the question is brought
before it, in a deolaratioc from this court
that the laws of Maryland, Missouri and
lennesse diatranomaing rebels are nncoa
stitutional. And Unless tha. Aourt
from its own logio it will when occasion
presents deoide that the President's am
nesty relesses rebels from all penalties of
treason, ana reinstates them in the full
privilege of citizenship. From the very
contemplation of tbe consequences of such
a uecuion one furious wun terror.
Well msy the editor of the Leader and
all othor infernals, "shrink with terror"
from the "consequences" oi such dcoi
sions. Tbe artiole closes as follows :
"This decision is a renewed warning, io
the nation of the reactionarv and danger
ous character of tbe composition of that
court. Five out of nino of the judges
hold the controlling power in the govero-
uisnt uu are using mat power, wniob
the Constitution bas placed above Presi
dents acd Congresses, to undo the work
of tbe last five years, wipe out the crime
uf rebellion, and re-enslave the nation
In tbe very eourt where treason should
meet its death sentence, it finds its sane
tuary. What shall be the remedy f
The leading Republican Journals ol
this State are opposed to the conspiracy
of the Infernals to depose the President.
The Cincinnati Commercial rays
"The high crimes and misdemeanors of
tbe V resident consist chiefly in such aots
u the appointment of Colonel L A. Har
ris, General Oinckenlooper, Goneral Mo
Groarty, Colonel W. H. H. Taylor and
M. P. Gaddis to office, in plaoe of Thom
as Spooner, R. M. W. Taylor, A C. Sands
and so on. we take it tbat however lm
proper the removal of one set of officers
on aooonnt of their politioal opinions, and
tbe appointment of another set for the
ssme reason, it is a custom of the coun
try, prevalent through every Administra
tion, from Jackson to Lincoln, to tbat
Air. Johns3n bss only followed In the
footsteps of his illustrious predecessors.
The duty ot Congress will, in our judg
ment, be best discharged by attention to
the publio business pressing for action at
once prompt and considerate. The pros
perity of tbe eountry hu been impaired
by variable and unwise legislation, and if
we are to have relief from tbe disabilities
produced by tho crude experiments of
politicians in Uongress, unaccustomed to
deal with material affairs, it is time to get
io cosiness. .
The Cleveland Herald savs Our soo'
cial Wuhiogton dispatch speaks of ru
mors put anoat to the etieot tbatoui bonds
are being returned from abroad owing to
the Impeachment move, for tho purpose
of intimidating Congress. These particu
lar rumors may Da untrue, But a man has
little deseernment who does not forsee in
any serious attempt at impeschment,
finanoial diuster, and a strain, upon our
governmental frame work that may wrench
it from it constitutional moorings, ana;
again launch ut on a bloody and unJcown
Support Yoar Dome Paper.
The Cleveland Eernltl, speaking of the
duty of supporting the home paper, makes
the following sensible remarks : - ,
1 It matters not how many newspaptra a
man takes, his list is incomplete without
his borne paper. Every citisen, who wish,
es well for bis locality, ahonld ariva a ven.
erous support to his homo paper. ' If that
paper ia not just sooh as he would wish,
be should feel that himself and neighbors
are responsible, in a measure, for its short
comings. . Uiva a paper a liberal aupport,
an aouvc sympainy, ana it win instantly
respond to such ruanifoetatiorn,
Nothing can aupply the place of the
home paper. It is the mirror in which
the town and neighborhood newt is re
flected j io the sooia, political and reli
gious oirole where printed, it fills a place
no other paper can. When a' need for
ecoDomy compels the curtailment of your
newspaper list, striks off every other one
before you say to the publisher of your
I - : i ii ' . t.
uumu juurnai, oiup my paper.
! CONGRESSIONAL. -
Sauna Thundav. 'JW. 17. Var-
ionai natitions vrare referred, including
one from Texu Unionists, fur tbe reor
ganization of the1 government- of that
State, and one from the Sooiety for the
Relief of the Poor in Cincinnati, com
plaining that great distress exists among
the widows and orphans or soiuiem, in
consequence of the delay experieneed in
collecting bounties and baok pay. -
The bill to rceulate the tenure of office
was taken up, and debated at length.
Mr. Doolittle said he would not speak at
length on this topic riow, but at some fu
ture time he expeoted to prove that tbe
polioy of the Adminstration wu tbe poli
cy Of Mr. Jjinooln, ana irua wnioa ids
Republican party had departed. ... .. i , .
Mr. Sumner, mads some, remarks, la
which he denounced the President as "an
enemy to lis country." . ;,
House. After the intndnetion of
various bills, Thad. Stevens' Reconstruc
tion Bill wu taken np. -
Mr. Baker spoke against the. bill. in its
present form, objecting to several points
:n it and expressing ' doubts on the con
stitutionality of tUfii section... His sub
stantial objootlon, nowever, was to me
6th section, ia Combatting which be de
nied that the' people of the Southern
States were aliens or could be made so by
a law ol Congress.', Tbcy baa never ceas
ed to be citisens of tne United States.-?
Their government xaJ never been recog
nized by the United States or any other
country, tie objectel to other seetions
of the hill, and desired it to be referred
to tbe Committee on ittoonstruction, Warn
ing the House against degrading or die
honoring tbe States of! the Union.
Mr. Grinnell sappcrted the bill ; he
would not advocate tbe execution or ban
ishment of rebels, but would place the
black man by their sides with equal
In reply to the Speaker, Mr. Stevens
intimated that be Would try to close the
debate on his bill next week.
" Senatsj fridtiy. The Chair submit
ted the resolution of the Kentucky Legis
laturef ejecting the Constitutional amend
ment. Tabled and ordered to be printed
Various petitions were presented and
referred,- including one asking for tbe
(Maaaga of.hws against (be present sys
tern 01 toe extermination o: mo Indian
The bill Io regufate the tenure of office
was taken up. The question was upon
Mr. Sumner'b amendment as an addition
al seetion providing that all officers of tbe
Government,' except clerks of depart
ments, whose salaries exceed $1 ,000 per
annum, shall be appointed by the Presi
dent, by and frith the advice and consent
of the Senate. .
Mr. Sumner made a violent speech,- in
which be said : The President hu usurp
ed the power of Coogresi on a colossal
scale, and he has employed these usurped
powers in fomenting a rebel spirit, and
awakening anew the dying fires of rebel
lion. This great and unpardonable of
fense, for whioh history must eocdemn
him, if yon do not. He is a usurper,
through whom in infinite wron? has been
done to bis country. He is a usurper,
who, from rising to be a Moses, bas be
come a Pharaoh, and in the maintainance
of his usurpation lie has employed the
powers of removal from offioe on tomo who
would not become the partisans of his ty
ranny, and he haa, according to his own
language, kicked out ; others are left, but
are silenced by hit monaoes or the fate of
associates. . , .-.
Rcverdy Johnson replied.
The Senator fruni Massachusetts char
ges the President with bei g false to his
eountry. The Constitution of the United
States, which says that a chargo of this
description is fo be passed upon ' by the
Senate of the United States, suppeses that
every member of tho Sonate would bring
to the consideration ' of that question a
mind as white ai paper, iron which noth
ing is written that' can influence his judg
ment ; yet the Senator urged, as I think,
by what has occurred in tho past, hurtful
to himself, when fie' was, as he thought,
improperly treated by this officer, bas suf
fered his feelings to lead him astray, and
to pronoonee a statement in this chamber
to-day which will render it improper for
him to sit as a judge upon snob a esse.
Mr. Edmunds offered the following
amendment to tha eeventh seotioa t "Pro
viding that the President shall have pow
er to make and deliver, after the adjourn
ment of tbe Senate, commissions for all
officers whose appointments shall have
been advised and consented to by the Sen
ate." ; Amendment adopted and bill pass
ed yeas 29, nays 0.. .. . ;. , .. i ,
Houai There was no important busi
ness transacted in the House to day. Ste
vens' ReeonstruefiAn Bill was discussed.
Mr. Jiiidndge spoke in opposition to the
hill. He knew it waajif little avail to of
fer any resistance1 tb the settled decree of
tbe msjority of tie House, but it was sad
to sit silent and sea the Repnblio go to
ruin. Wi;h the passage of this bill must
die every vestige of a Constitutions! Gov
eminent. . '; ..
. BiMlTt-Saturday. No, tpeoial bu
siness wis done in the Senate lo day. .
. The Bankrupt bill Came op as tbe gen
eral order. It is the" House bill of last
session amended by tha Judiciary Com
mittee. The amendment gives the ap
pointment of Registers of Bankruptcy to
the Distriot of tba Circuit Court, upon
the recommendation of the Chief Justice.
This was adopted. - Adjourned. ;
Housa. During tha brief session rif
tbe House to-diy, Mr. Stevens' Reoon
strootion Bill was considered. . ; . '.
Mr. Spalding 'offered an amendment,
suspending, until tha rebellious States
should be admitted to representation in
Congress, the writ of Jbabet s corpus, and
placing them under martial law. -
Mr. Stevens socepted the amendment.
Mr. Moody advocated the bill particu
larly for its favoring the disfranchisement
of rebels and tbe enfranchisement of the
blacks. ! , -. j , ., ' :
v Mr. Seofield made a speech, tha tenor
of which was that tbe obstacle to recon
struction In the' South, was neither of
the political' parties, but the perfidious
Heoretory or mate, and tha Judge who
holds the bslanee of eower bn tbe Su
preme Court Bench, for whom the Score.
tary U preparing pre cedents. ' '
Mr. Ward, of Ky., spoke in opposition
to tha bill, arguing that kindness, and not
persecution, ought to be practiced towards
the Sooth. He denounced tba bill 'as a
bill of forcible wiiin-.-' end. inntahtl
for peaoe ana conciliation..
Sen ati Wednesday. Jan. 17. The
House bill, to regulate Insurance Cout-
panies not incorporated in Uhio, wu
passed. It repeals ao muoh of the law
pioposed to be amended as requires the
publication of the condition of foreign in
auranoe companies quarterly in newspa
pers of counties wherein agenciet are established..-"".'
: -: -'"" --
Mr.i Hayden, from the committee on
Municipal Corporations, reported in favor
of the passage of 8. B. 225. To amend an
aet relating to ciliei , and vilages. The
bill was passed yeas 25, pays none.
Authorises the Connoils of incorporated
vilages to construct sidewalk's twelve feet
in width, instead of being restrieted to
tea feet, as by the law emended. '
A number of bills were introduced and
referred, , .
Howsi. Mr. Larwill presented a pe
tition from A. O. Beer and ether citizens
of Ashland eounty, for the passage of a
law to grant disabled soldiers who have
not taken any benefits from the Soldiers'
Home, a pension, which was referred to
the ecmraittee on Military Affairs. .
, The bill to increase tbe salary of Judges
of the Supreme Court to 83,000 per an
nnin, and that of Common Pleas Judges
az,5uu, ausr tome aisoussion, was pass
ed. , -' - .(.'"," ' 1 ...
Senah Thurtday. The House bill
to amend the 3d Section of an act regu
lating the fees of Sheriffs, in civil and
eriminal oases, which authorizes courts to
allow Sheriffs 8200 per annum Tor ser
vices it cases where the 8ta:o fails or de
fendants prove insolvent, was passed. The
al'owaooe is limited to (100 under the old
. . Petitions were presented from several
Counties for protection against icoompe
tent dental practitioners.
Mr. May introduced a Bill To repeal
an act granting licenses and regulating
taverns, passed Mareh Z, 1881, and sev
eral aots amends' ory thereto.' Relieves
innkeepers from the necessity of obtain
ing Stato licenses to keep tavern.
House ait. VJCR wcrcd tor adop
lion the following resolution :
Resolved, by the Geneml Attembly of
the State nf Uhio, Three finhs or the
members eleoted to each House agreeing
thereto. That it be and is hereby proposed
to the electors of this State to yoto at the
annual October election, 1867, npon the
approval or rejootion ol the following
amendment to tbe hrst section or ancle
filth, of tbe Constitution of this State to
wit : Every male citizen of tho United
States, of the age of 21 years, who has
never engaged ia rebellion or insurrection
sgninst the same, who shall have beoo a
resident of tho State one year next pro
ceeding the election, and of the county.
township or ward in which he resides
such time as may be nrcsciibed bv law.
and who can road the Constitution of this
State, and write his own name, shall bave
the Qualification of an elector, and he en.
titled to vote at all elections : Provided,
however, that the qualifications of read
ing and writing shall not apply to any
person who is physically disabled from
performing tbe same, nor to any person
who now bas tho right to vote under the
Uoostitutian ot this State, tin to any per
son who served in the arn.y or navy of
tne united states during tho late rebel
lion, and was honorably discharged from
the same. ' - , .
" On motion of Mr. Estill, the resolution
waa laid on the tablo and ordered lo be
printed, ' - i -.
On motion of Mr. MoMorran, a resolu
tion was adopted, requiring the Adjutant
uenerai or tbe btat to oollcot and deposit
for preservation in the flog room of the
House, all regimental and battle flags of
uhio regiments. . -. - ,
The House was not in Session on Fri
day, and very little business was done in
tbe Senate. Both branobes adjourned
mi a o omck Tuesday.
f SMfsfrf0r'f 0f itestl
-', '. .M WW- f-- .....
IN Dnraiunte of an arilM. mnM k. if,
bate Court of Ankhad County, Oblo, I will of.
fer fo ut, at labile Auction, on -j, -.-. -
Saturday, Fe&mar23dj 1867L
at 1 o'clock P. M. span the premise, the follow
ing Real Estate, situate in the County of Ash
land and State of Ohio, to-wlt t Being la Lot
No. eleven (11), In the town ef Mifflin, formerly
l'f I UP.)... rir T.-1il..Ulini.. I 1.1 ...
TerouoT sale one-third in hand one-third
in one year, and one-third in two veers from
tuo vmj u, Euio,- wuu inieresi.; ioe payments
to be necured hi mortnae Jioon tke nremlaee
PAUL KEIGHTLT, Adm'r of ,
MATHKW KEIGHTLT, dee'd.
Jan. S34w3i By t. D. Jones Alt'
M I LL1N E R Y', ;
Mrs. If. HECTOR ' "
Has Just received, at her rooms, on Center
Street, a splendid assortment of
MILLINER YIt :F A N C Y GOODS,
vresi TrimminK. tst
TO Which She Invltni tha atUntlnn neti,. T.JU.
ot Ashland and vicinity.- All kinds of
MILLINEUT ' WOHK
done on short notice snd in the best style.
A Railroad to Columbus.
We notice that the people of Mt. Ver
noo and Kr.oz County are now urging
the importance ot a Railroad, south-west
to uoiumbus, and north-east to the Pitts
burgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago " R. R , or
what would suit them still better, to the
Atlantic A Ureat Western Railroad. The
Mt Vernon .Republican says :' '
''No person can take a map ef Ohio,
ana look; at the present railroad routes,
without seeing at a glanee thatoUe of the
roads yet to be. made is from ..Columbus,
norm-east tnrougn Franklin uounty, tbe
eastern pert of Delaware County, Knox
County, to Mr.' Yernon, and then north
east, tbirty two miles, to Lakeville, on the
Pittsburgh & Chicago road. To help the
matter along, (here it a road now graded,
and nearly prep i red for bridges and ties,
from Lakeville through ML Vernon to
Centerburg, twelve milea west of us."
From Lakeville tbe road may be con
tinued to Wooster, and from this place to
the most desirable point on ' the Atlantic
& Great Western Railroad : or the route
may be from Lakeville direct to Wast
Salem -depending on the enterprise of
the citizens on the two routes and the in
ducements offered. The road from Woos
ter to the Atlantio t.Qroat Western will
be built sooner or later, and it may be
well for our oitisens to keep ao eye on
the projeoted road to Mt. Vernon. We
mention these facts tbat our business men
and .capitalists may not overlook a matter
of so muoh importance to themselves.
Will the Bail Road men of Aahland
stand still and let Wooster control this
enterprise 1 Why not etlend that road
from Lakeville up tbe Mohican valley to
Ashland, for a connection with the A. t
Or. W. E. R t The grade would be easy ;
and tbe connection might be of immense
value to Aahland as an butlot for travel
and prod Joe. - Will our people consider
tbe matter f . . ,
Jan. ia i8o7-Mtf '
, MRS.Jf. RECTOB.
C. A. HUMES
The popular BOOT & SHOE maker, wishes to
Inform the public, that he still holds forth at
his old stand nearly opposite the Gas Works,
in Ashland, and that he is Drenared to manufac
ture all kinds of work to order, in the best of
style, and on the most reasonable terms. Also,
NEATLY AND PROMPTLP DONE.
Patronage solicited. , , ,
No. K7-tq ';' :" . '. :
At No. S. Vllnw ill, k.. .j ..a i...
now on exhlbilion,.a full and complete as
. CAKDY TOYS!
YANKEE NOTIONS !
and a large stock of all kinds of , -
SALT, LARD, '
-A. L S O
CANDLES, CARBON OIL,
. tar, :
. , . - CIGARS,
And ererything rise usually foti-d in a firal
elass Grocery establishment. Friends give
me a ran no. z, tsnow mooK.
ly-27. ; '
P. II. CUrk, M. D. T. 8. Hunter, M. I)
Ch.in.fi. UV JITTER
Hare associated themselves for Ilia sneDca
of Midioine and Surgery in the Village of
. jianianu. cpeciai attention given lo the
treatment of Chronic oa-ei. .
Office In briek building.. West qf Fiona
corner. - ,
Deo, 12,1860- 26tf . .
A nonre and Lot on Sandusky street. It
r is a large two story trams buiUini,
with a good barn and large lot, Cistern, Well,
Oaa sitings, &c. It is handsomely (lnldied,
very conrenlentl) arranged, and, withal one
of tha maat.dUaiyabU leaidqncna io Ashland.
Circumilanoes induce its being offered for
sate at tnia time at a very low prise. For
partioulara inquire of the undersigned at his
offioe, oppoeife the Bank, ever Wallaek &
Llmbe.'k's shoe store, '
, JOHN J. JACOBS.
Jan 9-8 w 30
"VTOTICE Is hereby given that a petition
Il has been filed In the Court of Common
Fleas of Ashland Coin) v. Ohio, by all tha
owners of lots in tke Town of Albany, In
aald County, praying that the plot ot said
town may to vaoated.. , ,.
Said petition will be for lieariag in said
Court on the first day of the next term there
of, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be
heard, h -
ALFRED MILLER, 1
REBECCA MILLEit. S. Petitioners.
By J. D. Jones, Attorney.
Jan. 7, 1807-4W29
WILL PUt IN A '
Set of Teeth for 812. ;
OFFICK one doer South of Hedges' Dry
Ooods StoreUP STAIRS. . .
3VCjauaaiTieca.i i Ohio.
The Ohio Farmer
. Vol, XVI, fop 1807.
8. D. HARRIS, Editor.
- , A. W. PARKER, Publisher.
THE OREaTwEEKLT '
sSfr cultural tt family Paper,
Published at Cleveland, Ohio, .
Devoted to Rural and Houuhold Affair
TEEMS Single Copy, only $2,0 a Tear
An extra Copy Una Tear for arery Club of
Ten: ao Extra Copy Six Months for a Club
ef Six. Spoeimens aid Proepectnsas seat
ire w persons khiiiii io get up uiuos.
Address , OHIO fARUER,
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MERINOS, - -
t.i" JRISIi POPLINSLf.5IM
v FRENCH POPLINS,
, 1. A DIES' PAPER k
i s LijJEJTCOLAB-
- - .;-ii!i,!f C0B0RGa
. . A1CHA1BS A.
!i -v.- t Otitis tntitm t
GREAT REDUCTION ' ! tt l (ft H S
- . PRICE oStU J.
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.?.,;. , -.Il3 .W.a
.----.-.' .i.,rT-"i'.;;,; vlu uii
" i!ir),'..ii."'T .'n s:'!fi"n5j
Merinos that sold for II BO wilt ...
$1,25 these that sold for 1,2 affl b sola
fer $1,00 all o&er la properUeaj' lilf
t .: vi;;:.iii
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.-.- ::u'iui:t.' y.v. .a
TABLE LINEN: : ;i 'l'' '; 51 WS
- TICKIN08, C:: t
FLANNELS, WHITE GOODS, : .0 . '.
' GLOVES, .
... ; CHECKS, e..
,: '. ; T . ;''r -7
SHAWM aad rtAHKItg H u
Ished at Iht exlrcme ioweat pri.w. :
J. W. BRADI.EtS' Celebried Dvplel
Kllpile Spring dkirt a full aaserimeat. Al
so a number or other make of Skirts, whisk
ne cnu reoommeod lo prove aatisfaelory.
A full Una of fancy and Plain
ffhich will be sol I eboiip. ' ' ' 'T-
' , . " '!, ml:
Fur !epart ment.
Ladita aad tleata' Para, rrn arritaj.
which will b. ottered 2b tr. f.M,. .Cheaper
than any aold this winter. Call, ua
Full line of Ladles aad Mines.
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: '' . '.;';- U.-.'i'irzi'tti
... ' . ',".- ' ?'.-;'. ''
"! rh " nt'i,
a at the lowest prlMB. ,
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Brown Sheetings, Atlantio A j.... Me
' Medium Brands,.... ..15 to J3
Oalico-Beat i 80.
" medium ...::.......12r to IS
Dolalci.. ...........;.22J to SS
Denims,.. JO to 86
CheckJ,....-..-.,..j.v.,v.-.B(i to Sfi
LARUB OTUtJlv UF
selliog Cheap. . . Call u4 seo 'tlten,'" i
.''Mi'S'.'Vl V M.-IfU'l
After the ltW Jns'lMyrfn I
pay the highest cash prise or -
Will give indaoements for for choice lets
of Batter-. ' '- . . ," u . - ,
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