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WM.08BORN,Common Pleas Judgo,
T C BU8HNELL Probate Judgo.
8. M. BARBER, Cl'itfn, Pi's & Dist.Cfl
O. Vr.JUWi froweetttfrg Attorney. f i vj
I8AAC GATES, Auditor.
WILLIAM HKLTMANr Treasurer.
JOHN 0. BROWN, Sheriff.
GEORGE W. CR1E, Reoorder
JOHN KEENE, BurTeyor,
18REAL MARKLE, Coroner, ,
JOHN VAN NEST,
II ZUVER, AihUnd.
H. M.CAMPBV.LL '
KLIV3 f RADNFELTER, Savinnah.
j. o. Jiiai.Chler, n.LotHB,rre(
FIRST jrATIOjrjil VJTK
OF ASHLAND. OHIO.
IIDLIIERT LUTHER, I G. H. TOPPING,
Uo eiolusltely Bnnking buninei) Buy and
ell Haitern Exohsnge and Coin; Discount up-
ter 811 Revenue and Postnge Stamps
J. 0. JENNINQS
T. II. Bakkh,
W. 8. BaTit,ta(
L. H. Baumoakdkkr
A. U. Mvk.
BAKER, BATTLES ft CO., BANKERS,
Dealers In Gold, Silver, Enchonge V. 8. Bonds,
Uncurrent money, llevi-nue Btoinpe.
Dtuconnt snnrovfd paper,
time deposits, and do a
GENERAL BANKING BUS1NES.
JPP03ITE the MoNul'.y House, Ashland, 0
Vl Uil"i. Proprietor. Good .ccommod
,.onable bills. Palion.ge so
tioaa and reasonable bills.
WM.MoNDLTY, Proprietor. South Side o
JOHN J. JACOIiS.
,r,i,vrv it I 1V Aiibland. Ohio Al
hrloniini lo-the 1'roHa
-,.,iio uiii.uileil to. Othce: the one
r:i.i:uD;cd bv m. T. Johnston. p
poiio.the tirst,Satioual Bunk, Abhland
X. Y. JIcCBAY,
at T.AW. West Salem, Wayr
county. Ohio, will attend pionrtlj ' all
V...I..... In lit nrntAHhlon. 'tt
-joujr v. jo.rts,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ashland, 0. TarUc
..i ,,.,;,. ,,ai,l ia Colleciini and bu
.(n.ia Probate Court. Office on Church
ieei, between Main aud Sandusky.
T J Knam.-v , . . R. M. Canissh
KEJTjrV IS CJJirBELL
ni.inmvg at T.AW. Ashland, 0.; Ofilc
(D Church Street, U thebrlck building lm
medittely f Cahn eotore.
List f Prcnilnnia Awarded by
lbe Aabland Co. Indepeiidrnt
. Airrlcullnral Sot loiy. at llielr
FiMt Annual Exhibition, lirld
nt HayeBTllle, on tlie 17Ui,
18lh, and lOlh Days ol Octo
ber, 1S08. ',
' Hotm Thorough Bred.
BtRl,.llinn. Mohawk. T Castor.. 5.00
2d Beat do, J R Glenn '..4,00
15cn Mare B I'ooock
2d Best do" ' 0 Buohanan ..8,00
Best Stallion 4 years & over T John.
2dBcBt ido II Cooper.....
Best do 3 years old W Craitt..4,00
" Brood iWeS Colt. (Mukuwk
Colt) ' Thomas Castor 5.00
2d best - do W Jarvts d,UU
Best Mare or ffelding 3 j rs old W
2d do do do W Gourd. ..3,00
Best do 2 yrs S hchelber
2d best do W llumphrey, 1 UU
Best do do over 4 yrs W Gourd 4 UU
2d best do do D Sturgeon.. ..d,UU
Best 8 colts from same horse Henry
Saddle, Banmj and Matched Hurtes.
Best Saddle llorse J G Brown 3,00
Bebt Buggy do S Robinson 3,UU
Best Matched do C S Seibert. .4,00
Best and lastest walker J Wallato..5,00
Jacks and Mulct.
IWt .Tai It under 3 vrj T Bush
Best Jnny T Bushnell d,W
Best Bull 3 jrs old A Ilissam 5,00
2d best do G Eichtnger 4,00
3rd do do J 8impsun 3,00
Best do 2.yrsolJ T Johnson. .4,00
Best do. I yr old J Harvey.. 1.00
d do 1 do A ilistum 1,00
Best do under f yr T Johnson. . I OJ
Bott Con 4 jib and over " ... -4.011
2d do do Jo A Nelson 2,00
Bt.t I! titer 2 jrs old
2d best do do
best 3 ' do . p-ari T ushoell. .l,00
best sbow of Quinces , M J B "
Hsyca . o"
best display of Grapes T Buh-
BeiL.-.-..-.;.-.-. . 1,00
, An Ailee Wedding.
J Harvey. .2,00
1 yr old T Juhn.
do T Johnson.. 1,50
under 1 yr T John-
i- t. joujrsi ojr.
ATTftRNEYilT LAW Office; the one lately
h. Inborn k Curtis, on thurou
6Vre?t n Main. Ashland.Ohio. Also au
ihoned by the Govrnment lo Pr0ure
Peasion Certificates an l Coll act Bounty
ail Baok l'ay.
ATTORNEY and Counsellor at Law, Abhlaud
Ohio. Offioa In the Briok building over
glnger'i Hardware Stt re.
II. B.' SEE,
'attorney at law, fire and life
A..i .nd Natarv Public Par-
tlwlw attention paid to collating. Probi
holiaeaa: Partition eases ant Execution of
DeedsMortgages ad Contraets. umce in
MlllbrVa Block, SeW Story. Main Str.et,
Bea Fat Steer or Cow D Fox. .3,00
2d do do do J Harvey. ...t.CO
Best Boar I vr ld R Aults .3,00
2d do do 0 moiitlis W U
est Suw r.i.d not kit tliun 5 I'is
Geo Kigl inger.... ...8.0(1
2d do do T Buahnell 2,1)1)
. Sheep Spnnuh, French and Saxon
TW. Hurl 2 vrsond over J-
Simpson .. ..i u0
2d best do J Boyd.. uu
Best earlinpr Unck B, Hart i,vv
2d do D Cipher d.w
l?et Hmdc Lamb R Hurt d.UU
2d do do R M 8lonakor..2,00
1t, i ft I'.wcs 5 vrs and over J
Siinnnnn ...-5 00
2d do do W Boyd. 4 00
Best 0 ewe lambs J Simpson 4 00
2d do . do J Boyd 8.00
B.st 6 lambs ' J Simpson 5 00
Best Fleece fine wool W Bnyd. .2 00
Best Ten Yearling owes W Boyd. .2,00
rw Ttnelt under 2 vrs M Gong.
wav 1 2,00
kiielc 9 vrs and over A Aylcs
ki liiinlc lamb A Avlcswnrth....l,00
best bottle cuirent wine do .... ,50
be-t peck dried apples do .... ,50
beat peck dried pears do .... ,50
Best 3 varieties of beans J 8ca
. der... 60
best 2 heads of Cabbsge J Simp
beat 5 beats J Simpson.... .,50
best variety squashes Mrs S John-
best peck white beam O S New
best display celery. W Redding.. ,50
best 3 pumpkins W Armcntrout.. ,50
best variety vegetables W Bed-
dintr , 2,uu
best J peck onions F Fox...... ,50
best van-tv sweet potatoos J o
beat bu table potatoes.. ...... . 1,00
best i bu turnips J Semon.... ,50
Flotccrt nd Uouie rtaixli.
Best display of dahlias, J Lemon.... 1,00
do do flowers, T Bushnell.,1,00
Bost worked qnilt, J Leader 1,00
2nd do do A W 8cott 50
Best ornamental shoe work, Miss D
Miller . 60
Best ottoman eover, Mrs A Nelon . 50
do hair wreath, Miss M J Nelson.. 50
do patched quilt log cabin, Miss
Lizzie Staufcr... . ..1,00
Best lamp mat, Mrs A Nelson 50
do ornamental needle-work, Miss M
J Nelson.. ......1,00
Best crotchet work, Miss S A Scott 50
o silk bonnet, Mrs Moneyi)milh..l,00
o agricultural wreath, Mrs J
Best embroidery, Mrs Rush...... 60
Mechanical A rtt.
Best display leather, J Leader... ...2,00
do open buggy, T U 03iton......z,uu
do specimen graining, J Redding dip
Bost specimen sign painting, J Red
ding............ .......... dip
Best carriage harness, C Hanff.... 2,00
do SudJle, Wm II Hull 1,00
do display boots & shoes, J Mctiee 1,00
do clothes wringer, J W Hcgenbuch
-- . dip
Best horseshoe & nailu.TC Baker.. 1.00
Best wutron linrncs,. A Riper.. ....1,00
do bed s'uul. D Younger. ....1.00
do table, J Wolty 1.00
do carnage,-W Gamble... ...dip 3,00
Best 5 yards woolen clutb, J Brunt.. 2,00
ud o yards woolen olotb, W W a
Best 10 yards domestic carpet. Mrs
K Jjrvis ...l,UO
nd 10 yards domestic carpet, J
McGeo, 4 CO
Best towel linen, Mrs Redding.... 50
best 6 ewes
best fat sheep
or x.x. CRJ-ITE,
t:rtf!B On $Ui Weal V 'Qanire's Drug
Store, Up 8talrs. Residence Corner of cen
'.re and Waehlngton Streets, Ashland, 0.
Physician & surgeon, Ashiam'ohu.
Partioular attention will be paid to the
treatment of the following special diseases:
DveneDsIa, disease1 of the liver, the Kid-
neyi. Boroiuia ano upuiouBi vui,-r.
! j. p. cojrjji',M t ,
DIIYSICIAN A 8CRGEPN, Aehlnd Ohio;
Qffioe over Hughes S Staeber's Store, op:
posit tb Town Hall.
of Por,lrrlg Steref AahlatiaYOhfoS
Oold and Steel Pens, and choice variety
of Jewelry kept constantly on hand.
HliiaitU ! for wist ana Oliver.
Repairing dona to order, on reaeoaabls
P.f n.ir China Fowls W MoC ol
r . .
An Aa da Poland S
Wnndrn - I 00
. w l
JJcp pair nativr s J Sender
best pair Turkey. " F FOI.-.. -I .00
best pair ducks d uHnnuwu-r..v
best display Chickens S Wooden.. 2,00
Flour auil Gram,
Best bu red wheat G 8tott....l,00
best I bu buckwheat do ....1,00
best i bu barley 8 MclUnioy....i,uu
best i bu oats W Bell LOU
heat 1 bu rvo Oo NewkirK l.uu
kt hbl flour D Smith 2 0
best bu white wheat D Smith 1,00
best 1 bu Thimothy seed AMoan..i,uu
hnat i bu seed oorn S Dieftndor-
buffer, C'Aeeie and Bicad.
Tlt Butter O S Newkirk I UU
best dom tic bread J vv jones....,ou
best box honey O 8tott 1,00
kt ninhssea lrom UO uestto cane
II C Johnson i
Kt ' dr. mail t W Kylna..t,UU
best Preserves V Hissaui......l,00
best pickled cucumbers Mrs ra
IliBBitn . ... ......
Yf.l Annln Butter J Stader....
heat Tomato do do ...,60
he.t Quince butter T Bushnoll...
belt Tomato Citiup J Header. . ,50
' ! 'fruit. : '
sit A varieties eating irJD'el . A
w T " . 1 ni
- y scott ......
.) vniiotv and Quality 00 X
Buebnell ,......, i,uu
ii'f do -,( do do A 8loan....l,00
bj' f tarietirt wititet applet Jtoiet
woolen stockings, W G Christy 60
o Ohio... din 5,00
nil If II Purdy.. dip
do blankets, do do l.CO
flax linen, Mrs S Johhson....l,00
do pair woolen mittens, Miss Kate
Cowan...... .... ........ 5
Best farm wagon, T H Sefton 2.00
do farming null, (i o siott......l,00
do sugar cane mill, 11 C Johnso..
Best churn, J Redding.. ....... .1,00
do washing maolnne, J w llegen.
tucb dip 1,UU
Best reaping & mowing niaoliine,
(Jline, Beiblug & Uo , Hoy Is
town. Woyne Co
Best portuble eider m
do i doten br oms do dip
do plow M MnLaughlin..., ....2,00
Best oil painting, Mils M E Ashen-
Best display piotures,' O C McCarty 2,00
do peumausuip by lady, Miss M
S Aibcnhurst.... .......... dip
Best plain photograph, Kell & Ed-
wards.... .... .... ........ dip
Trottinyoptn to all.
Best trotting, J R Glenn 25.00
2nd do IlCooror 15,00
Best trotting, D Fox
nd do il Cooper .... ..
Best Farm Gate, Wm Crawford
Many of our cieitent will remember
the two "snorts of humanity" called the
"Asieo Children" who have been Vshown"
through this country. Whether, they
were specimens of raoo found some
whore in Central America, or were mere
freaks ol dame nature, nobody- could
make out. They certainly wore not
pleasing to the eye.' though they were
curious objects of a lower order of hu
manity. Theae Attics have got their
growth, an4.rrivu4i'turity it snoh
a th'ng can bo and have been made to
commit matrimony. Mere they were
eemed brother and sister, but in En
gland, it seems, they were net deemed
blood relations, and so the solemn dis
gusting faice of wedding the two has
been gone through with. The London
Arici says tho pair war brought to Eng
land for the purpose of having them
joined in holy wedlock. '
Accordingly tho legu cremony was
performed in the vestry-room of St,
George , Hanover square. In order to
give all proper eclat to the wedding, tbe
preparation ot the bride's trouaeau, vas
entrusted to the bouse ot llowell and
James, in Regont street. The dress was
of tbo richest white satin, trimmed with
the costliest ( f lace, and the jewels of
the purest water. The little lady seemed
be absolutely enohaiitod with her
sparkling necklace, bsr solitaire earrings
any her bracelets ol emeralds and bril
Hants. We were informed that this trous
seau cost olose upon 2,000, ands consid
ering its completeness, we should be re
mount to pronounce it dear at the mon
cy. The briuo groom wore a plain eve
tune dress, but was most demonstrative
n his examination and exhibition ol a
splendid gold watch with which he bad
been presented lor the interesting occt-
siun. Jjuriui; the ceremony na deported
himself most judiciously for a brido-
eroom, examined tbe certincate which
the register banded to him at its conolu
sion most carefully, and then, with much
irnprcsiiveness, presented the bride with
ber "carriage lines. 1 bey are both
much grown since their last visit to this
ouuntry, but still Itr below, cither in
statue or bulk, anything else we hare
seen in the shape ot cither savage or ciy
ilized humanity, iboir beads are nut
gcr than would be that of an English
child of a month old, and their vigures
aro in proportion.. 'The female is well
forjicd and has a not unplcasing eoun
tenanoe, but the man is a most exlraord
inary looking individual. The type of
countenance in both is decidedly antique
but whether rjjiyptisn, Assyrian or ten
trul Amerioan wo trust leave to Prolcss
or Qvfka and the Authrorological Socio
ty to decide. Tbere never was anything
like them exhibited in Londun except
themselves on the occasion of their first
visit, and whatever attraction they then
olTered to the curious must ba increased
ten fold now when they present them
selves under such altered circumstances,
and in complete aud lull tuaturi'y. Af
ter tho marriage ceremony, the bride,
bridegroom and a party ot their friends
adjourned to Willis' Ro.ims, King street
St. James, for the wedding breakfast,
when some appropriate speeches were
made, end all sorts of good wishes cx
pressed for the iuteresting couple.
1 LVlenna Correi.pondcu.ee London Telegraph
Terrible Scene In a Unll'iootu
Yhil3 hecatombs ol lowls and oceans
of beer were disappearing in the apart- j
meats, tho chairs were all being cleared
out of the concert room,, and at about
twelve ' o'clock danoiog , commenced,
shortly lo be brought to an untimely
cluse by ouo of those terrible tragodicsof
every-day lifo that rcalizo the ghastly
Egyptian custom by wbieh one guest, at
least, at every feast was compelled to ac
cept a skeleton for a neighbor. A vtry
charming and accomplished young lady,
the wile of Ernest von Tcschouberg, the
editor of the iruic Zeitung, was leav
ing the supper room with bar husband,
intending to return home. While 'cross
ing the ball room, wbilo a brilliant waltz
was being played, a friend asked ber to
take a sing'e turn around the room. The
temptation was too fcrcat to be resisted,
so consigning her Lwnous to ber husband
she joined the dancers, and was whirlod
ofl with great rapidity by her parttcr.
Sho had scared v got halt way round the
huge circle when she fell from bis arm,
as though struck by a thunderbolt, dead.
I bey raised ber lrom the Door gentty,
and carried her into another room. A
dozen doctors were in attendenco, and
every expedient that science oould,eug
gt at was tried to restore to coneiousness
the fair joun form lying so strangely
still in its gay toilette. All was in vain.
she was deud. A smile upon her lips;
flowers in her hair. Of the scene I can
not oonvey an idea; such agony as that I
witnessed on Sunday morning in the rub
ins room ol the Gartenbauuesollschatt is
to dreadful torecall tosacreJ tudtsotibe,
The gay groups melted away in breath-
ess. horror-stricken hurry; within a lew
minutes tbo spacious ball room was silent
and empty; of all the "Hesperus" mem
bers and their suests, none but a handlul
of mourners remained behind to watch
over that whieb hall' an hour before bad
been a happy wife and mother. I have
now witnessed three sudden deaths in
ball rooms the first two were, il poesiblo,
more terrible than the last. .In tho first
case, a lovely girl was shot through the
heirt by tlie man sho was engaged to;
in tho second, the belle of the ball was
burned to death before ber garments
could be torn off. But the tragical epi
Bids of yesterday morning is rendered
more melancholly than either by the re
membrance that t.vo little children, tho
eldest not three years old, are left moth
erless by the cunscquoi.ee of a waltz.
ROAD NOTICE. V
otice U hereby uiveo thu a petition
1 will be proiented lo the ' etunmission.
Cabb in Usiho Macuimes). There era of Ashland Conuty at tour next .eel
is one aourca of danger while using ma- s'on, to be held on the first MoiSdoy 'of
chines which must be
avoided as much
os possible, and that is tho danger of
being bit by the breaking or a cuain
when stretched to its utmost limit. Wo
hive known' of eoviral instances where
men were killed or severely injured by
being struck with the end of a chain.
An irisfaire ocanrrwd lf Kxtriio wo-cnt-ly,
when a hook passed entirely through
a marl's body, killing him instantly. We
came 'very near losing our own life last
summer, by the giving way of a bolt
while nsing tbe horse-pitchfork. JThe
bolt fastened into tbe floor, to which tbo
pulley was attached, under the rope run.
As this was put to tbo highest tension
tho bolt flew cut, passed near our head
into tbe woods, where it could not bo
found. Too much care cannot be taken
by the operator in working any kind of
complicated machine, cspeoiauy suco as
mowers, stump pullers, horse forks, bay
presses, dto , as they are liable to be in
jured thereby. Maine Farmer.
Charcoal tor Fattening Tcbkiys.
"1 have mado an experiment," says, a
writor, "in feeding turkeys, anil tbe ro-
suit surprised me. Four turkeys were
confined in a pen and fed on meal, boiled
cotatoca and oats. Four others of the
same breed were also confined in another
pen and fed on the same articles, but
with one pint of pulverized charcoal
mixod with their food mixed meal and
boiled potatoes. They bad also a plentiful-supply
of broken chircoal in their
pen, 1 he eight were kuico on me same
dav and ' there was a difference of one
and a half pounds each in lavor of tbo
fowls which had been supplied with char
coal, they being much the latter ana tne
meat greatly superior in point of tender
ness and flavor "
March A. D. 1867, praying for the -vsca
tion of a nart of. a count? road, ecnimeno-
ing at the cooler of tbe south liue .jt.f -section
eight (8,) thence north along .th'
center ot sm.i section to ie nori t uua or.
the same in Jackson Township, Ahhland,y
County Ohio, for the- reason that that
part tff ii'ii wd t nsi'-ofci to Si BijLl'V
MANY PETITIONERS. ,n
Jan. 30 '674 w 33.
do bard soap, T Stafford 50
do portable sheep shad and fold,
Mr. Blinn.... .............. dip
Dcst Sewing Maohlne, A H Rogers dip
By order of tha Board, '
WM, O. PORER, See
The Eveninq Befohe Wedding.
"I'll tell you, continued her aunt to
Luisa, "two things which I have fully
proved. Ihe first will go far toward pre
venting tbe possibility of any discord (.Iter
marriage ; thessoond is the best and surest
preservative of femine charaotcr."
"Tell me," said Louisa, anxiously -
'Tha first is this : lKmand cf your
bndogroom, as mon as the marriage cere
inony is orer, a solemn vow, and promise
yourself never, even in jest, to dispute or
express 0iy disagreement. I. tell you
never ! lor what begins in mere banter
ing will lead to serious earnest. Avoid
expressing any irritation at one another's!
words. Mutual forbearance is the one
great secret of domesiio hsppincss. If
you have erred, confess it freely, even if
confession costs you some tears. Further,
promise faithfully and solemnly, never,
upon any pretext or excuse, to have any
secrets or concealments lrom each other,
but to keep jour private affairs from fa
ther, mother, brother, sister, and the
world. Let them be known only to each
other and your Gad. Remember that any
third person admitted iu to your confi
dence broomcs a party to stand between
ynu, and will natural'; -i lo with on a or the
other. Promise to avoid this, and renew
the vow npon every temptation. It will
preserve that porfect C)n6dnce, that
union, wtiioh will indeed make you as one
O, if the newly married would but prao
lice Ibis spring ot connubial peaoe, bow
many unions would be happy which are
now miserable. ' AMicAerOocArr.
2r General Beauregard seems lo
have led in the reception given at New
Oilcans to tho Congressional excursion
ists. The 'lima ot that city sayioi nun:
"His conduct and manner, and that of
other Generals who were distinguished on
the Conl'cdera'e side In the last war,
should be cencrallv imitated by their
late followers 'Iho strangers who louna
themselves willing captives ol tien lieau
reuard. in the recent excursion, wero
greatly surprised at tho contrasts his real
appearance and manner presented with
their ideal ot The obstinate ana desperate
defender of Charleston, aud fierce fighter
in bo many battles. His gentle and mod
est doportment, soft voice and' winning
manners, his CBretul avoidance oi an con
troversv or evon discussion of subject?
which should be studiously excluded
from all our interchanges and converse
with frenthuien of the other Bide, pro
duced a most as recable and, wo trust,
ncrmaticnt impression upon our visibrs
from tbe north."
A Wod fob Mules. We are glad
to see that the use of mules for all kinds
of hard, rough wurk is steadily gaining
ground. These animals aro not beautilul
or musical, but they are useful and econ
omical. They are fit for work younger
than tbo horse, since they are put to ser
vice at thrco yeara old, though they do
ot reach their maturity uctu seven years
.'!. Their teniner. health und use
fulness, denend very much on the man
ncr of breauni them. Una so cauea
stubbornness and o'-siinacy of this ani
mal arises chieflv from the abuse he is
won! to receive when young, He seldom
f ever bites or kicks thoso who treat
him kindly. But the fact is that the
elub. whm and wh r-hanoie auu ooofioe
are applied to him wubcut metcy; ana
yet he is cxpcctca to DO always rauent
and gentle as a cow Ametcan Agn-
lbe Cincinnati Enquirer says; "On
Thursday last, a man in apparent haste,
entered one of tbo express ofnoes on 4th
street, snd enquired of the agent how
long it would late u express a corpse to
Bennington, Vermont. 'Two days and
a half, or llitee Jays,' 'Coujd you posi
tively assure mo that ll could be done by
Sunday next, as itisdesirable that tbe fu
neral should take place on : that day !'
'Yes, it can be dono, if you send it around
this afternoon, so we can start it off on
to-night's train."" 'Well, the corpse is my
mother's ; she was not quite dead when I
left the house, but I guess she Is by this
time.' 'send tour Bother alone,' replied
the expressman, a little botrilied, 'we'll
not ber through.'" '
tsr During the bitting of a court in
Connecticut, not long ogn, on a very cold
evenintr, a crowd of hwyers hod collected
around the open fire that blazed cheeriul
ly on the hearth in the bar room, when i
traveler entered benumbed with cold ; but
no one moved to give him room to warm
his shins, so he leaned against the wall in
tbe back part of tbs room.
Presently a smart young limb of tho
law addressed him, and tbe following coo
vcrsation took place :
"You look like a t-sveler.
'Wall, I surfiosa-I am : I came all the
way from Wisconsin aloof, at any rate.
"From Wisconsin ? What a distance
to eome on a pair of lees 1'
"Did you ever pass through bell in any
of your travels V
"Yes. sir, I've been through tho out
"I thought likoly. Well, what are tb
manners and customs there f Some of us
would like to know."
"Oh, you'll find them very much th
same as in this place. The lawyers lit
nearest the tiro."
Boris. Gentlemen who sit in an cdi
tor's sapctum, and read the exchanges
lloud to him.
Mothers who force disinterested per
sons to notice their children.
Men who subscribe for a paper with
no Intention of ever paying for it, and
then corse Ihe editor beesuse there is tot
enough reading matter for them.
' Squalling; babies in the ears snd at eon
, ' A stuttering man drunk, , ,
A drunken man that doesn't sttuter.
A youcg gentleman fresh from travels.
A roan that nada poetry lo you. . '
, Creditors of every desoiiptioo.
A man who wants to. borrow money
Iron you. ' :
: A pirof lovers.
"OnlV Mb "t-A lady had two cbjl
children both girls: the elder a fair
child, tbe other a beauty, and the moth
cr's ret. Her whole love centered in it.
The elder was neglactpd, while "Sweet"
(the pet nsme of tbe younger) received
every attention that love could bestow
One day, after a severe illness, the moth
er was sitting in the parlor, when she
beard a childish step on the stairs, an
her thoughts were instantly with the fa
vorite. "Is that you, bwcetf she in
ouired. ''No, mamma," was the ad and
touching reply ; "it iau't Sweet it's only
me. Ihe mothers noari smote ner
snd from that bour "Only me'' was
stored q an equal place iq her affeotiom
ML Tho Washington Chromcle (For
ney's paper) has the following threat, lo
a ieedtng editorial :
"If the existing conflict is not termin
ated by impeachment, it will end U war."
The Great English Remedy
Troteoted by Royal Lettart fatenl , .
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S '
Celebrated OFomale Fill.',
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J.
Clarke, M. D., Phytician Ettraor
.. dinari to the Queen. , , ' vff
This Invaluable medicine Is unfailing la.,
the cure of all those painffil and dangerous.'
diseases to which the female constitution is
subject It moderates all excess anil re--moves
all obstructions, from whatever causa,
and a speedy eure may be relied on.
TO MARRIED LADIES ; ,.
it is particulary suited. It will, In a short;'
time, bring on tne monthly period witlreg-'
larlty. - ;.' .
Each Bottle, price One Dollar, bears the1
Government Stamp of Great .Britain, toJTu-,
vent counterfeits. - . ." ' '
These Pills Bhould not be taken by Fenalef '
during the FIRST THREE MONTHS' of U ,
l'regiunoy, as they are sure to bring Oft Jus- .
carriage, but at any other time they are sal - '
very woman Knows mat the bloom -of; ;,t
health must fade, with the slightest irregu
larity or obstruction of the menses. These
L' il la are truly the woman's friend In her'
hour of trial, and tbe only sure, positive aadri
nevor failing cure and regulator of SuppteaV.
sion of nature, from whatever eacse. So
mild that Iho feeblest oru take them with',
perfect security, yet so powerful in their of-,
feels, that they may he safely called, a never'
failing Regulator. - !
Ia all cases ofTiervous and Spinal Affeo. '
tions, Pains in the Back and Limbs fatigue'
on alight exertion, Palpitation of Jhe Heart,
llyetenos and r) bites, theae fills will enect a
cure when all other meaos have failed, and
although powerful remedy, Wo pot contain:
iron, oaiomei, antimony, or anyUiing aurUul
10 the oonatiiution. -
Full directions in a pamphlet around aaeb' -
package, which should le carefully preserved'. ,
, iSt;Ll JJY ALL DKUGOISTS'
Sole General Anents for the United Stales'
and British Do ninions
JOB MOSES, i.'7CortIandtSt..I.. Yi '
N. B $1 UO and .6 three cent nostare'
stamps enclced to airy authorised agent, wilV.
ensure a bottle, containing 60 Fills, by ro.
urn man, securely sealed from all oororva-
tiou. Sold in Ashland bv ISAAC B. POTTER'
and all dealers in Medicine.
Short Dsesseh.' Jennie Juno
wr tis as to ows: 'ine snort aress is
new idea, and makes it way slowly, but
it is to be honed that it will sucoeed none
the less surelv. It is tho mo6t amiable
in dress that lias appeared since the ad
vent of thick walking boots, ana aeserves
the hearty co operation tf every woman
who has the mental, moral, physical, anu
anirimal welfare of her Bex at .beurt
Tho lilting up ot the dresses out or in
dirt of tho street was a creat improve
ment on tie old habits of trailing iu the
mire; but tvon this is always found ob
jewionable, no matter by wbtt agency
effeoted. Ihe di'CbS is mure or lew in
jured bv beintr constantly festooned, and
. . . . , . i
i vorv halite to La loro or ueiaceu
The short pored dress not only saves all
this trouble but a lurge amount ot ma
tcrial, is neater, aud in our eyes more be.
ooming. As yet it has only been worn
by young ladies ot the very mgnos'
class, but largo numbers who folt ulrui
to have new material, cut up in this way
have ventured to out over old dresses,
thus making them as good as new, and
flrA an dzliirhted with the result as to
encourage the strongest hopes that tb
fashion will be a permanent oue.
Peach Buw Potatoes For the
last three or lour yoars we have provided
for our winter's supply of potatoes the
each blow, and we bave on tuoro than
one occasion relerrcd to the satisfaction
afforded by then). Oar present winter's
supply is of the s 'ine kind, grown upon
the same farm, and we repeat our approv
al of in warmer terms than cvtr. We
never eat a bet'er potato, and, athough
it commands a higher price tban must, H
not all, other varieties, two prices would
not iuduee us to substitute any other 'va
riety for them that we have tried within
tbe last five years.-;-tVcfnanfoifM 7e-graph.
Tut Quails. These dscp snows will
csusu the death of all the quails by "'af
vatton. Farmer) who throw out a sheaf
of oats occasionally for tho poor birds,
Will never regret their cousidvrute kind
ness. , ., '
LIFE HEALTH -STRENGTH. "
LIFE HEALTH STRENGTH. '
Dr. Juan Uclnmurjro'eV ,-
are prepared hy (he Messieurs Garanciere A
pepontr Pharmaceutists, No. 21 4, Hue Lcm.
bard, Parts, from the Prescript iou of Dr. Ju
an Delamarre, Chief Physiciun to the lloepi-
lai uu noru on Lanoouero.
LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION
Paiiis, May 6th, 1803.
Gbntlemex i We havn used the "UneciCa
Pills" made from Dr. Delamarre'a Prerorin.
tion, during sejeraj years past, In our pn-:
vate aim pauno praollcc, and bave rouniK
Ihcui a nyat energetic and efiioient Remedy
in cases of Suerramorrhea or Seminal Wea k. '
ness; Nigh'ly, Daily.br Premature Emmie:
sious ; S-xual Weakness, or Impotency ; Spo- .
cial Derangements of the Nervous System :
Weakness arising from Secret Habile and
Sexual Excesses; Relaxation of Ihe Genital
Organe; Weak Spine, Affections of the Byes,
Lime" or "Brick-Dust" Deposits in ike'
Urine, "Milky" Discharges, Paleness of the
Skin, wllh Sunken- Cheeks and Bloodless '
Lips,1 'pinched'' Featuses , Irregular Action ,
of the Heart, and in all Ihe ghastly train of
Symptoms arising from Orer-use, Abuses, or '
Lobs, from any oause, of the Nervous Force.'.
We earnestly adrise the Profession, and all
persons suffering from any Symplomatlo or
Organio Affections of the GeUto" Urinary-'
systems, to use these Pills. Wilh high re
spect, we are your most sincerely, - 1
11 A. Beaurepaire, I. ')
G.D. Dujardin, M. P. , .,;
Tuan De Leuehre, M. D.
Te Garanciere & Dupint, No, 13; Rue leak 1
lard, Paris. . . .. .
Sedentary and Studious Occupations, fifeee''- -Anxieties,
or whatever lends to impair the-
vuai Aouon ot me Ornin, Heart or Nervous
Syatem, frequently lead to ihe most bislrees.
ing and Embarrassing Di orders of the Viblle
System. StudeniB, Clergymen; and Lawyers
there, who are especially liable to these weak
nesses, should resort promptly Dr. DekaV
arr'sSpjoifio Pills. -,g
A Pamphlet containing full particulars; .
with Directions and A dviee. printed in French"
German, Spanish and English, aeeojapaaien
each box. and will be sent, by nail, free sf
cost, to any aha will write forM.
t&.Prioe, $1 per Box, or Six Botes for f 6.. '
Sold by all Ihe priaoipal Drnggists, or Ut
be sent hy mail, eecarely sewled from all CB
servatlon, on receipt of ihe specified price i
by any authorised agent, or by the sole Qe- ,
era! Agents for America, OSCMR O. M OSES' 1
CO., 21 CorUandt Street, New York.
thorlsed Agent for Ashland and Vicinity,.
!8AAf! B. POTTER. AH order by wail. '
promptly attended Is. .
IdT Congress h vexed because Seward
overhauled Motley, Minister to Vienna,
for denouncing tbe President., It thinks
Motley had a right to abuse tbe Cniet
Magistrate or tne nation be is represent
ing at a foreign court. , Bat note,- Har
vey, Minister to Home, wrote a letter ex
piejting disgust at tbe action of Congress
Now tbat body refuses to allow him any
pay for service abroad. . It makes some
difference with our legislator as to. who
is criticised1 !, Venter. e -:
.HOTEL EOS aUlR -a
mil B subscriber will sell the- QORHAH
HOUSE, in Sullivan, eitbec rcr sua or
de it for other property. "
t . VAW CLAC81V
Nov. 7-Cm21 . ..
; ' saaoRs oy youth . "'"" A
AOentlema wh surfertd tor yeas frosa,
Nervous Debility, Premeiure decay, ad U. (
the etfectscf youthful indiscrtlloB, will, for
th suffering humanity, send fscstoall whT
aeed It, the reeipe-aaa.diieo4lofrab3i 3
th simple remedy by whlsh ha Was cured '
Sufferers wishing ts profit by the adverlisev ,
experience, 0 de a by addreseiag ... ,,
' "' Nq',let.1iamber?t.N.f Tnk.,. :