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THE ASHLAND-UNION; ;
t $$ilittili Sltiion.
, ; 4. h. re . '-ws.-fl-.W-lt;
Mi B, PIBMELY is again onhantswlth
aBtocxof Btaple ano rency.
thai 4eftM diwripiion.
ASHLAWD, : JAW. 23, 1887..
A large sleighing partj from Shea
aodoah, made descent on ''.Mint Host"
of tha MilOb Home, on Friday waning
las', where they enjoyed splendid sup
per and danes... Everything pasad off
. .. ... .1.
Brief Itema. pleasantly, ana n wai noi now im ww
The now 8team Firo Engine armed ima' honrs of morn, that the gay revelers
W to-day. " ' A ceased to trio the light fantastte loo, and
j- ,. . I
At the Fox Bant, near Hayesville, wera "homeward bound
on Saturday hut. two foxes were killeJ. The enow atom on Sunday was one
StoicbiDK is better in this locality at of almost unparalleled extent. Dispatch
present than it has been for elen years, es show that it has eovered the entire re
The proeeedinga of the Ramp Con- gion between. Colorado and Maine, the
gross, of the last week, will be found on enow on Platte river haling drifted in
the Urst and seoond pages of this issoe. places to the depth of twenty feet, while
Reader, ask jour neighbor to sub- the trains in most of the New England
soribe for the Union. Only 12.00 per and Eastern States are from one to two
The Time Table of the Cleveland,
Columbus and Cincinnati Railway will be
found in to-day's paper. ,
E. S. Flint, Esq , General Super
intendent of the C. C. & C. R. R., will
please aocept our thanks for a Pass'1' on
that Road, for the current year.
Snow commenced falling about eler
en o'olock on Sunday, and oontinued till
eight inches had been added to the al
ready liberal supply on the ground.
tw iu. mack af Goods was ourohased very
tow (or oash, and will be sold at prices that
cannot : '
ALL GOODS MARKED DOWN
That our -
::; . bmpressclotus,
gTRlPKD POPLINS, j
. PLAID POPLINS, -"''!
and Alpaeas are marked down,
pid Sharpening his Arrows, Valentine
Day, &c, are illustrations of the Tery
Protraoted meetings are still being highest order of the art. The latest
held in the Lutheran and Methodist fashions and novelties will be found in
Churobes. . . . . this nnmber. In the literary Department,
J& We occasionally reoeird letters
from Postmasters through the country,
notifying WtlTal" a subscriber refuses to
take his paper.from the office. We are
rauoh obliged to the P. M's , for this.
There Is class of men (?) who make' a
praotioe 6f subscribing for s paper, and
then, towards the end of the year, refu
sing to take It from the Post Offioe We
are anxious to rid our books of all suoh
soallawags, and in due time intend to
publish the names of those who hare
swindled us, to .the, end that the comma
nity lo general ana; look out for them,
because a man who is mean enough to
steal a Tears subscription from local pa
per. will steal his grandmother's knitting
needles and sell t.nem tor old iron.
r, ' :' ' ;
JThi Lajpt'.1'biimd fob February,
A Steel engraving of touching interest
and exoceding beauty, called "The Sailor
Boy's Dream of Ilome :" a faithful and
picturesque Colored Steel Fashion Plate
of the usual douVpage sise ; and a fine
and appropriate. wood-out of Winter, con
stitute the leadinambellishmcnts of this
The Double Extension Fashion Plate, Cu- splendid number,, of the Queen of the
Monthlies. Iho illustrations of vsriout
styles of apparel for ladies and children,
work table patterns and directions, Ac,
are such as the ladies will fully appreciate.
The stories are excellent. "Opporiles,"
days behind their usual trips,
A letter from Hon. M. May was re
ceived too late for insertion this week. It
will appear in our next,
Godt'b Ladi'8 Book.--The February
number of this popular Magazine opens
up with abeauiiful steel engraving, "The
Lost Money," containing thirteen figures.
Crjt 'JHflttlfls; ctial pitcs.;
AgULANO PKICEa CUatUENT.
Flour, perbarrel 12 50H,00
Wheat, red, perbushel.......
Corn per bushel............
Oats per bushel. ......... ..
Rye perbushel..... ... ...
Potatoes per bushel.... ....
Butter per pound... ........
aggs per dozep. ......
Cheese per pound.... .... .... 18
Lard per pound..... j ...... 7
Beans perbushel.............. 1 ,25
Dried ancles dot Bound........ 7
Dried peaches 25
Clover seed per bushel........ 6,55
Salt per barrel........... 3,15
Timothy seed per bushel. ...... .2, 00
Ham per pound.............. 15
Shoulder per pound...........: - 7
Bacon..... ........... ...V. 8
No 1 white fish per half bbl 8,00
No l Pickerel . do 't 7,50
White Boss " ' do " ' V ' 7,50
Herring do . 6,05
Wool per pound ..... 60 to 00
Wood ber oord 3,UU(p,uu
Coal per ton .... . 5,00
by Max Weir, and "A Parisian Child,"
,f. Fit 1
ZIO OL0TES, I1D GLOVES
That our MOHAIRS,
..". '".'J ', '. Flannels are marked down,
j r - T? A Ol
-Senator Mat ha. again placed n. Marion Barl.nd conclude, her first Story T""-:
under obligations to bim for Legislative of the year, "Entirely at Home." She D9j contributes a beautiful poem, 'Un
documents. : will write several others during' thu year, seen, Yet Seen," and I Mrs. Wood contin-
The sneeoh of Hon. George H. Pen- Published by L. A. Godey. Pbiladel- " her story of "Orvillo College," which
ulelou, as me ueocrau0 oie voeu- pu.u, V' 3-"- M ,he jnlpalhy and insulre his
tion, will bo found on the first page. It i ., interest. The story of "How a Woman
is an admirable speeoh and worthy a care- Saltt "Korr Chug," the Ashland Had He Way" ip also a very attractive
ful perusal correspondent of the Columbus Journal, one. The publishers announce in addi-
- it. liCi T,1 : - - V ...I.ta 1m i m a n ,T . rinn r.lo a nn1
-It has been rather dull picking for lo- PllBU,DK l"lur. '"""B"" " " "ZT" .rr . "
i mnenmonr r niriniias nam mmmm i i tti m m i n mi a jnn i xtiiitii iu i.
cal Items this week. There have been no
fires, no dog fights, no runaways, nor any
thing else to givO a sensation item.
The latest novelty is a pair of ear
gloves, a simple arrangement for protect'
ine the ears from the cold. "What will
the Tankees make next 1" as the French
man said when he saw a monkey.
Reader, if you have an honest Ropub
lioan neighbor (wo believe some Rrpubll
cans are honest) who is "too poor ' to take
pnprr, forward ns hs name and we will
send him ibe Union pratis.
V have had another week of splcn
il slciiihing. Our streets are constant
lined with sleighs of every desoriplion
Morning, noon and night, our ears are
grccUd with music of s'eigh bells, inter
mini-led with the merry laugh of the laJs
in addition to the
They also announce
Wheeler A Wilson
That our SHAWLS,
and bleached GOODS
are tnaiked down
i ' Stack of FLANNELS -was pur-
hased at sueh prices that we are enabled
to offer them at a reduction of from 10 to
25 cents frum fall prices.
r , REMEMBER
.1 . : .
. That we have a good assortment of dress
t , y ' - "'
Tub Lovebb' Puzzlb.-To learn U .:ar mtmoew ine -uoa ana mor-
-Alurge part, of joung gentlemen rfld th(J .....a,,.
nd ladies from this place started for jBthemj8tery. If any of cur lady friends ed in Texas, for eloW 'with a necress. a
Rome, to night, (Tuesday,) to have a can d0 , t,p. mT 0, ai)d g0( our Devil's a married woman, and for inducing hor to
social " Our reporter is with them, and
we will give an account of their trip, Ac ,
Tho sleighing party of young folks,
fiom this city, that went to tho "village"
of Mansfield, on last, Wednesday evening
must havo had a cold time of it, as they
idn't "come homo till (iarfy) morning"
That we have on hand and are daily re',
eiving Hoop Skirts for all Ashland Co,
3 That w ra tha only Agents fof Grover
A Baker Sewing Machine in Ashland
" ' eennrr.and sell a better maobine than ean
) lountt eisewnere in
That we keep on hand and for sale,
'.' jfcood line of oarpets. .
i That par stook of furs Is large and prices
- - pwwr wa t wewnsra. -
b ti..i?.c-r r
fc. Thai we want yoa to see thess good
. whither yoa purchase or not.
.Tfkf If yt) will come and see up we will
" ' lnako vou haotv.
' ,V Call and ge-rths avidenpa of your
ovq eyas. . . ;:... ;
''tnaiy'oB can save money I ealling
' v(M,,B.irarmel,,i, No. 1, Town Hall.
movement at a furious rate. Timet,
InAnnA f Tt. ftArtnfnlv mnat liA tiflru in
toresting to the patron, of the fttata JM "C
Journal to read the communications of oet. Cake-Baskets and Ice Pitohers, Bil-
this illiterate damphool in relation to the ver and Gold watohes, Guns and Rifles.
purchase of a Steam Fire Engine for Ash- Clothes' Wringers. M.lodeons and Organa
, tt .1 11 r ..w App eton's Cyclorasdia, &o. Abeauutal
land. Would it not be as well for "Kerr R. v':Jor hhw -tmw T, '20
Chug" to write an article, "pitohing into incnM wido, called "One of Lifo's Happy
the 'Steam Fire Engine' movement at a Hours," will be snt gratis to every single
r.,.!n. . " .nJ mnA it ih fiahln f82.501 subscriber, and to evory person
ih...hi , ' o...: ...k. r
the London Tmetf No doubt the s.cna,nB " ? V , ' "
i ihe tnannsrina nnnrninintw ids nnriiRn nn
entire population of the United Kingdom of tbe preB,iUm pffcrs snd the reduced
would stand aghast at tho announcement prices to clubs, will be sent on the receipt
that the citistns of Ashland had purohas- of twenty cents,
A Cough, A Cold, or A
Sore Throat, '
REQ jiiaS IMNIDIATI ATTISTIOS
AID SHOULD HI CllICISD.
Irritation of tho Lungs, A
Pemanent Throat Dis
ease, or ConsnmpUon-
18 OFTEN THE BFRULT.
ed a Steam Fire Engine, and that few
old fogies didn't like it 1
We advise "Kerr Chug" to ocaso writ-
ting about Steamers, and continuo his ob
serrations ou the weather.
Price ( with engravinc) $2,50 a year j
Four copies (with one engruving) 86,00 :
Eicht copies (with extra msgaiine and
an engraving) 12. Address Deacon A
Feterson, 31U Walnut btreet, rnuuaei-
Kew York Markets.
The wholesale traiie has bean very dull
during the past week, owing to the foars
of a crisis in the money market and the
storm, but European advices of small
stocks has caused confidence on the part
of the holders of grain, and a more active
trade is looked for the en duing week, at
there many onlors for expertation of grain,
We quote as follows :
Wheat is quiet and steady, with sales
of l,70U.busliels amber State at i. y
is Erm. with sales ot s.uuu uusiieis i;ana
da West, in bond, at J1.I5J. Barley .is
nuiet. with sales of 12,000 bushels Cana
da East at 80c in bond. Corn is dull and
unchanged. Business is restricted b$ the
ice embargo and scarcity of Height room
The sales were 21.000 bushels mixed
UUaterit- io store at $1 I7l 17 J and
afloat ?1 181 18." - Reoeipts 1,800
bushels. Oats aro steady, with sales ol
M,700 bushels western at 6205o. Re
ceipts 4,800 bushels.
Wool is firm, with soles of 220,000 lbs.
donicstio fleece at 3302o and pulled at
Pork auiet and hsavv. with sales of
28 barrels of new mess at $20 752l 43,
closing at $21 27 for western ; old mess
$19 7520, closing at $ 1U 70 casli ; prime
$16 7517, heavy sales ; 400 now plain
mess at iz, and extra ati (ii'. ueoi
hams dull sales of 230 at $28 5033.
Bacon unchanged. Cut meats dull ; sales
of 375 packagos of shoulders at 8j9Jc.
Hams lUWl'Jo Dressed hogs steady
western 8ig8o. Lard heavy sales ut
Old and new butter and cheese firm. .
"I thee read see that me ;
Love is down will I'll have
But that and yoa have you'll
Ono and up and you if."
commit theft, ouch are some of the
"great moral ideas" which the Abolition,
lets propose to teach the southern people,
TO THE LADIES I
We know there are many ladies in this
when the meroury in the thermometer oounty who would like to assist us in in
... 11 J.. hiW irn Ilirhl creasing the circulation of the Union, lo
On lost Salurdav niuht. several young " uch wo" "e following offer:
cents of our town seemed to be remarks For a olub of twepty subscribers, with
bly well pleased that they hsd got "Out $40,00, we will send a copy of Godty't
of the Wilderness.". At least we judged Lmhj Book (price W,UOj lor one year
so from the ttnor of their song 1
The Marshal of Mansfield has given
notice that ho will prosecute all persons,
old snd young, lound "sliding on hand
sleds, boards or skates on any streo, al
ley or pavement" in that place Sensible.
-We leern from the Shield that the
Immortal" J. N., was in Mansfield last
A proposition is likely to be brought
before Congress to amend tbe Ten Com
mandments, abolishing the 8th "Thou
shalt not steal."
The Demooracy of Buoyrua havo -or
ganited a Democratic CluD. At a meet
ing, a few evenings ago, Wu. Beer, Esq.,
formerly of this place, made an able and
eloquont speeeb, pouring hot shot into
the ranks of the secret organisation known
as the "Grand Army of the Republic,"
in true soldier-like style.
Sfeighing Is all the go now. Every
one who oan get a rig is out ''swinging
round the circle." A horse and cuttor
is at this particular time, a-'-'logal tender,'1
and the individual who is fortunate enough
to possess these requisites to complete en
joyment, is indeed a happy cuss.
Do not put out kerosene lamps by
blowing down tbe ohimneyl Our ex
changes frequently mention explosions
resulting from suoh proeeedure.
- A horse, having been driven from
Wooster to jeromevitio. at a :4U gait, a
sWoome of the papers, we see, are
publishing letters convicting Col. Forney
of inconsistency in regard to Reconstruc
tion. I hat s useless labor, iu very lead,
ing Republican in the land can be oon
victed ol inconsistency at somo time during
tho post five years except in tho matter
of plundering the Government through
one device or another.
19 Women require more' sleep than
men, and farmers less than those engaged
in sny otner ocoupotion. Editors, repor
lers, primers ana te cgrsph operators re
Fur a club of fifteen, wiih $30,00 wa
will send a copy' of the Lady s Fntnd quire no sleep at all. Lawyers can si
(price $2,50) for one year, M muoh ' ,hey eboose, as they will thus
La L-... . nni r M:..i.:..r nt
For a Club of ten,. with 130,03, m will "T. T.L ZJZVZ: ""3
send a eopyof Feterion a Magazine (price to put'thsir parishes to sleep once a week
.A. jA . I ' -' ' '
ior one year
Eating a direct ii,flunoo to the ports, gl'
imniedinlo relief '
For Bronchitis, Aiihxa, Catarrh .Coasump-
. live aad TnrtDiseases,- ;
Troelies ate 9tti wiih nliraya gnoi anccsns.
SINGEUS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
w.ll fin J Trcches useful in olearlnK the voice
when taken before giogitig r Speaking, and
relieving Hie throat at'er an unusual exer
tion ortlie vocal organs, lot iroouesare
recommended and prescribed by Physeians,
and hare had testimonials from eminent men
througout the country. Doing an article of
trite merit, and have proven uieir emcacy ny n
test of many yean, each year flni.them in
ney loeatUiea in various pans oi uie worta,
and the Troches are universally prononvced
be'ter than other artiolea. -Obtain
only "Brown's lironoliloal Troches,
and do not take onr of Hie Worthless Inula'
lions that, may be offered, fcoia every wiiore-
Nov. Zfl 6m2I. j . .; ,
ECHEHCK'S SEAWSED T0BIC. .
This luediune, Invented by Dr. 3. H
ScuBSCK, of Philadelphia, Is intended lo
dissolve the fotd and makoltinto chyme,
the firrt pioiess of digestion. By cleansing
lh omneh wild scnencK s manurnKc i iu,
the Tonio soon rotores the appetite, and
food that eould not be eaten before using it
will ha A-t-iilv ritirented.
Consumption oanaot bo cured bv Schenck's
Pulmonic Syrup unl.is the stomaoh and Uvor
is made, hcal.hy and the nppeiite restored
hnnne the tonic and Pills are requirod in
nearlv every etsc of consumption. A half
dosen bottles of the SEAWEED TONIC and
three or four boxes or the si.AinuisAH.fi
PILLS will oure any ordinary caa of dyspep
Dr. Schekck makes professional visits in
Nw York. Boston, and at bts principal ur-
fice ia Philadelphia. every week. Bee daily
papers of eaoh place, or t)is pampniet on
i-niiniiinntion for his davs ior visitation.
Please observe, wncn purchasing, that tha
two likenesses of the Dootor, one in the last
ttane of Consumplinn, and the other as ne
new is. ia perfeot health, are on the Govern
Bold by all Drugiiisls and Dealors, prioe
1.1 .60 nar bottle, or 17.60 the half doxen.
All oilers for advice should be addressed to
Dr. Bohenck's Prinoipal tlffi e, No. IS North
6th Street. PniHdeiptiia. l'a.
Oeneial Wholesale .tgente ; Demas Barnes
& Co.. N- Y-. 8. 8. llano c. Baliimore. Ud
John D. Parke. Cincinnati. Ohloi Walker &
Taylor, Chicago, III., Collins Bios. St. Louts,
NOTICB H hereby 'gtra that fetitieat
witl b preseaied le CmiUei.Ber
of Ahln4 ;ui7, Oble, at their eeH se
ion, to be held an the first Mradayef lreh
A. D. iti7, p;iag for the vaoalloa of ihS
porttOL tf ihe Stan Bod iM.ling fn-ai A'h.
luml to HaTannin,. ana wnicn ilea ow
iho aouinieueenieDt and terminus, and o the
west of a road established sixty teet wide
within theeorporate Hmiii af the Village ef
Ashland, eoraiaeneing at- a stone Wiih biich
round it and pa a line ulih ihe aonh boun
dary of lot SI , in Mykraett' addilioS to the
town of Ashland (nd in tha earner of said,
road, thence North V, . est 12 thaiaa and
69 links to a posi ; thenoe Nor 111 8 1J wist, 7
chains and 81 rinks to a pnxt on the qu ner
reoiion line, whole distance 20 chains and 4ft
11 ks, for the reaooa that the said portion of
(he said State road iu beeom useless lo the
publiohr .re.uoo ef the establishment of tho
aaid road sixty ft wide, ' '-
v many pstiuqjeki.
Jan.8-4w99 " ,
Cleveland, Columbus & Cincinnati
v Railway lime-Table).
GOIfJQ BOOTH. ' ' .V
Mall Ex. S T Ex. Onl. TL V'tt Ex,
Cleveland, 9:00 a m 1:60 p m o-m p ra- 15 p to ...
Crestline 13,'20pm ,S0 p m fl.ofi p m n,5f,pm
Gallon li.m p m 6;4A p m t'20 p m 1,00 p m
Columbus 2.30 p m 0,80 p m v 1,16 a at
Mall Ex. Cln.Bx.Wn "Ex. NT Ex.
Culnmbua 8,00 p m 11.10 am- - - 12,45 am
Gallon 5,88 p m 1.0,1 p in . 6,00 a m 2,54 a in
Crestline, 6,06 p in 1,35 p m 5,15 a lit 1.15 a m
Cleveland 9,10 p m 8,50 p m 9,50 a in 6,16 p nt
November. . B. FLINT, Suut,
A. & 6. W. R1ALVYAY.
On and afior Monday, November lOih, 'CO,
Trains will leave AnhUnd aa follawt t
Train No. 2 New York Express
do do- 4 Night Express, ;
do do'1'2 Way Freighl ,,
do do IB Express.
do do 18-New York Freight
... ' OOINQ WE3X.
TrinNo.l-tay Express," ,
da do 8 Night bxprofs, ' ,
do do II Way Freight,
do do 15 -Express Freight, .
do do 17 Dispitoh"
oiTrain 1 arrives at Dayton 5.46 P. at, at Cht
einnati 8,20 P. M. lrain No 8 arrive at Vmj
ton 4. Da A IU, at uineinnati '.sua. i.
P. 8. Patsent-eri carried an auFrelzht
except Nos 17 and 18 by procuring tiokale.
NB P-I1iI 'sa B9 9 00 '89 '89 "SOJI
('Hawioii 0 'O 01 JOwsontf)
"00 NOIIVM 'aONIUd
Who will send the first olub 7
for the Ashland Union,
The Girl I Left Behind tie-
Twas 'neath a spreading chestnut tree,
I sat beilde my Mart,
While winced Time, on double-quick,
Ban "o'er me and my dcurlo."
Young Cupid perched, -with bow In band,
Amid her auburn tresses,
From quir'rlng dimples Love peeped out,
Inviting my caresses,
And, aa her velvet cheek was flushed.
Bhe seemed to ine, her lover.
As If she'd search my "heart of hearts"
And there my lovo discover.
"Be mine I" I said with trembling voice,
My cheek with blushes dotted,
She coolly said she'd "rather not," ,
And then I rather notted.
The Indiana Senate passed tbe Consti
tutional Amendment by a strict party
vote 20 to 18. ,
After the 15th day of Mnroh next, we
shall cease sending the Union to all per
sons sot residing in Ashland County, un
less tha same is paid in advance. We
hsve on our list about a hundred such
AST "Youth ia tho seed time." "Suoh
as you sow such- shall you reap." Parents
should send their ohtldreo to a plaoc
where they are not likely to be oxposcd
to vicious companions or bad examples.
Wo believe it would be to the advantage
of all desiring a thorough Commercial or
Tdrgropluc eduostion, to send to the
"Union Business Institute ot Calkins,
Griffin & Co., looatpd at Obcrliu, O. 24
,. , . , ' ,
Uwiembkb I ,fhat the Singer Setting
Machine is the be.st in (he market Al
ways reliable, and, always ready to do work
from the finest tO'ttelcoaracst. Another
beautiful stock just received at tho Timet
Office. Call and o them. , ( . . . i
Cincinnati, Jan 20, 18C0.
FLOUU-Wheat$9 25U50: Rye
KG 50 ; Buckwheat 87 258 ; Curn-rucal
$190 per hundred lbs.
ORAliN Wheat No Z spring is dim
cult to sell at over $2 10l 12, but some
are asking 82 15, Ho 1 is held at $2 3D
2 87, but these rates 'are 23o above the
views ot buyers, i here was but a limited
business done in winter wheat. No 2 red
is held st 82 752 80, No 1 at 82 85, and
citrs $2 90295. Corn at from 55c
75o per bushel, for new. Oats 41c50o
per bushel. Rye, No I is in request at
81 16l 17, though 81 1802 20 was gen
erally asked, No 2 is hold at 81 10 1 12
rejected is dull at 80cl 05, as in quali
ty. Barley, prime to choice fall ie quoted
81 70(oil 80, snd the same grades of Stato
and Canada spring 81 301 40.
HOGS Dressed at 87 508 per hun
dred ; live hoes $o 25275. . The whole
number of hogs srrived in the city since
Nov. 1st is 1,899 751.
POTATOES Best kiud at 83 00 per
EGGS 28(Si30o pcrdoaan. -
FRUIT Dried fruit remains quiet
Apples sre quoted at 77io per pound
lor Southern, 7J8o for Northern, snd
peaches 1315o for' quarters, snd 160
13c for halves.
CHEESE From 14 to 18o per lb.
Rbuoiom in SonooL Chapters 3
and 4 of ''The Lawyer in tho School
Room" oontain the first successful attempt
that has been made to collect the laws of
the seversl States on tbe subjeot o ("Re
ligion In Schools," and put them in such
names, most of whom are in arrears, and olose juxtaposition that they may be east
hinh. nnla mill wnlnntirilv. a ahall Mj Compared and understood. This Valu
Vw. .1,1. l nnlW. ' ThYirnb.nl nn,. b,e ,i,tl book , " fcwai
" hiatnrv I mads nn whnllv from law honks
fewevenlngsgo,dipdjq loss than five MITe 6alB" tnoM 9T9r Pvi and eourt reoords) of Iho origin and pro-
minutes after it was put h tha stable- we ,M 00nlPellcd to dopt-tbis rule- We grcM ol ..Religious Liberty" in this eoun-
win senu a Din oi inaeoieaness loan iq ar-1 "j- uwi awUU
rears, and we trust they will respond at is sent by mail to any part of tbe United
onoe, with not only their arrearages, but states ior i,uu
Sleighing is hsid on hones.
The City Counoil of JUsnsflold have
leased to the County of Riehlsnd, for a
tern of ninety-nine years, a site in the
Fublio Park, on whiph to ercot a new
Court House. The Herald urges tbe
County Commissioners to opmmenee the
wqrk it an early day."
as-Old Ben Wade says that "the Con
stitutional Amendment must pass, or tbe
Republican party ia on avoloano." That
is tb very best reason we have yet heard
gives why it ought not to pass. By all
meant let tha Republioan party sit per-
I feetly still just whpre it is.
f 2,00 for a year in advanoe.
Addross the author, M.MoN. Waslh,
Nor 6$ Nassau Street, New York
, SPECUL NOTICE
All persons iudebtod to the undersign
od, are requested to call and malco settle
mpnt, either by gash or nolo. All ac
count remaining unsetteM OD the 15th
At tha MoNulty House,' Ashland, Jan
18th v by Rev. J. W. 8 wick, Mr. THOM
A3 B WlNFIELD and Miss MARTHA
dsyjif Feb'ry, 867, will be left with the HARMON, all of Mansfield, Ohio,
proper officer for collection. Walk up, On tbe 17th Inst., bv the Rev
friends, and settle. - SooTT. Mr. EONER. of South west
Z. Qsjisieiti.-' " Wl8SWAHUy URIE. Of
(lm301 : Asniaou wopmy, unio,
Cleveland , Markets.
Clkveand, January 15, 1807,
FLOUR Wo quote as follows : XX
from No 1 sprinE wheat 812 2512 75,
do do from No 2 do 81 1 5012 U5 ; XX
rod winter 813 501450; XXX white
W11KA1 Hold at ior no i
Milwaukee spring ; 82 40 for No 2 do do.
CORN Dull and inaotiue: Old No 1
shelled held at 9091o; new do at 70j.
' OATS Largo supply, dull and in light
demand j No 1 State held at 4Go from
RYE Firmer and in better demand.
Hold at $1 101 20 for Stato snd West-
ern No 1 from store.
BARLEY Quiet and nominally un
changed; held at 8U0 120 for No 1
State and Uanada; BD'JSO ior no a uu.
PORK Quiot and steady. No 1 moss
held at 820 00 : No 2 at 819 i Clear at
. LARD Unohanged and m moderate
demand. City rendered in tierocs ISo ;
do in kecs 134c : country do 1212(0
. DRESSED UOGS Rcoeiptsgood.and
market quiet and weak but unohanged;
medium to licavv 7(iti75o.
SMOKED MEATS Qulctand steady
demand moderate. Hams loo; Shoul
ders 120 J Breakfast Bacon l5o; Dried
MESS BEEF Steady and unohanged
at 18 00 for eity paeked. '
BUTTER Cnoioe qualities of West
ern Reserve tub snd roll working off
slowly at 2G3Uo; common dull at 18Q
- ClIEESE-Markstquietbut firmata
range of 12010 foi good ehoiee,
EGGS Fair demand and steady at SO
cents for fresh packed.
a usi ii av a a a
nv ah moa rniv
Fionoo oili jo
-II1 11" l'uu 'mutfAi)noo
B;00 P. M
6: 1ft A M
J1:'l A. M.
11)86 P. M.
, S;0ft " -,
Ojjjn u u
rUlsburg,lt- SfaynttfC It. U
On nrd after Nov. 18. WftC, Trains' will
leave Stations daily, Sundays exeepted, a
follows: Train leaving -Chicago at 8,85 V
M leaves daily i . .- .: . .
TRAINS L.01NG WEST..
N. Drib loo
, , Exraass '
2,00 r.v 7.00 a. m. 2,20 a. K
117 ,: 8 80 8-47 do-
, "- 8.40
6.12 " 9.sa -4B do
6.6 " lojltt ." do
6.20 " 10.47 6-62 do
7.16 " n',60 '-66 do
8.06 ' 12 flO f ' '-7 d
9.08 ' 1.15" 6.08 do
9.88 'i 2 00 " I-6 do
10.40 a'sr. .2&do
11.87 ' 8.4J do
12,15a.m. 4,6 ' 10.21 do
12.0 O,80p. k. 11.18 do
1.10 0.60 do
1.01 " ' 0.20 .' ' 1220P. at
2.23 " 6.50 12 9 do
8.65 " 7.80 l-26 do
. 4 ns . 8.01 . 1-64 do
6.06 " 9.18 " .06 do
6.60 9.68 V 87 oo
7,34 " 10.21 .06do
8.21 " 11.60 ' 6.40 d"
9.26 " 12.86a. h 6 -23 do
10.69 ' 1.80 9-8s do-
12.60 r-.M 2.85' 11-20 de
TRAINS GOING EAST.
8 85 p.m.
6 21 do
7 20 do
9 04 do
2 26 do
2 66 do
8 48 do
4 26 do
6 08 do
5 80 do
6 00 do
7 44 do
8 88 do
9 21 do
10 26 do
4 40a.m.10 2Op.m
6 88 do
8 29 do
9 40 do
10 40 r. M
11 45 do
1 19 do
1 45 ds
8 66 do
4 81 do
6 22 do
6 00 do
010 A, M
0 60 do
8 tO do
6 20 do
10 00 do
10 20 do
11 25 do
12 07p. a
2 IT dr
8 60 do
2 67 do
4 20 do
7 00 do
8 24 A.N
9 00 do
11 00 d.
11 88 do
12 60 do
1 80 da
1 00 d.
2 4 do
8 82 do
8 67 do
4 80 do
1 48 do.
6 48 do
6 45 do
7 27 do
8 20 do
9 30 do
MYERS, Gen. Ticket Ac'
Wonderful but True) ! -
MADAME REMINGTON, the world, re.
nowncd Aslrologlst ' and 8omnambn( lo
Clairvoyant, while in a clairvoyant slate, de
lineates lie very featuies of ihe person yon
are to' marry, and by the aid of an- Instru
ment of Intense power, knows as the I'y-'oh.
Omolrope. guarantees If produce, a perfect
and life -like picture of Ihe future' husband
or wife of , the appltoant, with date of mar
riage, eocnpatlon, leading trails' of character,
4o, This la ao imposition, aa testimonials
without number can assert. By stating place
of birth, ago, disposition, eolor t f eyas and -hair,
and enolosing fifty cents, and stamped
envelope addressed lo vourself, you will re
ceive the pi-ttire by return mail, together
with desired information.
Address in oonfiJsnoe, Madame Gertrude
Remington, P.O. Box 297, West Troy, N. Y.
Dm. , 180a-ly8 .. .vivfj -
David Fluke, dee'd, lata rfAsli'nnJ Co.
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SufTerare-wisMng to profit by the advertiser's
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JV( signed have been duly appointed anil
quallHed A imlnlstralors of lli astate ef