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-THE ASHLAND UNION, .WEMESDA YrMOBNTN'Gj FEBRUARY 27-:
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TOE MILITAHY DISTKICT
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1 Tha Militarv Distriot Bill ha riasaed
f .V. LAXDIS ABRO., Editors. ,iDgi9 blow ten-stars from the firmamont
; ; - wv or the Amenoan Union, and plaoes the
f ' Democratic State Ticket. -
ALLEN G.THURMAN, of Franklin;
'Lieutenant Governor, -' ;
DANIEL 8. UHL, of Holme.;
, Ifreaiurer of Slate,
0. FULTON, of Crawrord; '
'' ' :' Auditor' of State, ' ;
. ' JOHN MoELWEE, of Butler;
'.'. -. 1 Attorny General, i. : i s .
TRANK H. HURD, of Knox;
' ' r ' Supreme Judje, '
.THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton;
Comptroller.of the Treatuty,
WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of William
Member Board of JPullic Worlet. 1
. ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga.
4 Feb. 7. 1867,ri;. i;v,.... .1 .t.v. ii
'fll liupj.j lull 'IVJVIIJ Vt Ulll-
none or our brethren it the disposal ol an
irresponsible, despotioand mercenary mil
itary satrap. - ,
Not many years ago, when an example
of a people, ornsled by despotism, was
referred to, it was invariably located id the
old world. Oppression's iron eraso hav
ing been broken by the patriotio fathers
or 76, it was supposed to have no rest
ing plaoe in the new world. But tho silent
de'oades of lime have now told a different
story. While oar constant boast has been
that oars was tbe freest and. the best gov
eroment on earth,' we have seen one third
of our own people reduoedto the condition
of unmitigated vassalage, That many
ot tne people were wrong in plunging the
South into war, may be true ; but, edmifr-
NEWS ITEMS. .. .-. tag the worst offenses -claimed bv the
; The outside pressure, it Washington. J P"? n; P9 does.all that
against the Tariff till, i verr strornr. and H. " xtrord'Bry
' ... n,At r.,;. .1:. lnn,0lea o" whole psople of the
' ion '"'-" - ' I Sth by the Rump Congress f '
m . .. .. . ue southern estates were neon ed bv
xusn are now iweoiy-three itkdicals I , , ' ' '
uvww vimvi anvo hunu VUl unU, IliHrO Ullglik
not be suoh strong affinities between the
two sections. Uut even then, the higher
impulses of humanity would be called on
tor sympathy. Yet eight millions of peo
ple, having a common origin with our-
elves; equally far advanoed in oivilira-
uon ; believing in the same God ; profes
sing tho same religion ; speaking tbe same
language, and inhabiting a territory
which forms ten bright stars in the con.
stellation of our glorious old Union ; the
birth-place, as well as the cemeterv. of
our Washington, our Jefforeon, and our
Jackson, to be ground to the earth by the
iron heel or despotism I
Jn the language of a ootemporarv. wa
believe there are timet in the affairs of
nations when submission ceases to be a
virtue, ind when resistance is not onlv
Justifiable, but highly patriotio and com
anxious to- aeoura the nomination of
their party for Governor ot Ohio. The
oafeat however, will eventually narrow
down between Oowen, Sohenok and Pela
, with the ohances in favor of the
The Methodists of Dayton, are bulling
a church to cost 90,000.
., "Old George," a well known bsy horse
' which had been in the service of the M.
C, Railway, at GalesBurgh, -Miohigan,
for over twenty yean, died there last
week.,1 Tha horse was forty-four yeara
Ojd., 1, ;
' The trial of Howard Stretoher for the
tnnrder of Stewart, at President John
one's reoeption at Indianspilia, in Sep
'mbar last, wu conoluded last night.
The jury returned a verdict to day of
murder in the lesond degree. He was
aaatenoed to imprisonment in the Pene
tentiarj for two yeira. '
The flood at Chicago, by whioh a por
lion of tho city was inundated 00 Sun
day, continued, and increased 00 Mon-
J o ' o vwuuMj aujuiuiug ino
city limits the appearanoe of a vast lake.
, 8ixteen workmen were buried, by the
earing ia of as ore bank, in Cumberland
Co., Pa, hit Thursday. Six were taken
onl dead the next day, and the other ten
en Saturday, , ,"
A meeting of tho Probate judges of
Ohio was held at Columbus on the 20th
and 21st lost., for the purpose of sccur
rilg uniformity in fee bills, and of secur
ing , concurrent jurisdiction" with the
Common Pleu in oases of partition and
assignment of dower.
. The Ohio and Mississippi rivers have
frequently been higher than at present
ood, but upon all the smaller streams of
the North west, ligher water havo hot
. oeen seen lor many years, xbe damage
-ft property has exceeded anything ever
before known, v
t Gold oloeed Baturdey at 138J.
But little or no attention was paid to
the halls of Congress 'his name was nev
er hear4."' 11 . . -.. : -'; -..Thad.
Stevens wai taken seriously ill
on Thursday night, and was alarmingly
better on Friday mornlbg. Friday was
always an unlucky day.
The Louisville Courier savs that in
ttwe papers before us are recorded five
altempti at rape' by negroes upon white
4aYi taw! t f . 1 ' ;
,The West Virginia Legislature has vo-
- -f vj uiKmtia unoD wmie 1 o-
iirl. It is time our American citizens of invite him tothe Capitol
,Man descent were Uneht that Tibertv in , ' ' n 1NTI "WHrrt MEK
The proposition to" strike the word
The CleveUnd Herald (hint, th.t whUe from the 8tftta Conatitutioe is set
- Thsd 8toveni A Co., "have'determined 'to fM dUcoMioB in Honw on th 20th
' We ot win' and are in a f.i, ... f ""' 108 lu,Q,calB 01 ,ne ate.de.
iurpoae.' "' 1 L ,emined t0 onn8 tb question to a test
as soon as there is a u Senate.
..ator.mniw.9u..!i.l M 1 AOMCDLIDRAti C0LLIQ1.
vuaii v srxvigmu 1 . 1
town,' Monongahela eonnry. :Thi town ' M lh sorted qucsKonsarrisiBg out
tYU situated on the Monongahele river, 01 'iwTi namely ! whether the fund
' two hu'nd'red and ninetv-flve miles north. ,l411 60 '? estabIi,h m Agricultural Cot
. . I lege as originally desicroed bv Conrress.
wwi V MlVUIalVUWi- ' 1 - . . I 1' i . 1 . ' " 11 '
I The Republican, till have 41 SeMtot P "d?P
j .v- n: - . : - Prbap sett cd. The House ait
-v-i.u ..-.. i 1 Fndey decided by resolution in favor of
V M. R Bateman. the eelahniai Vnni I .0W wbly to .11 part.
k-.. n M f ' B"u- Senate decided the
ko. after a close' examination In r!. ." w "i"
WW or the Sfftt. thfti ih
1- ..!: j " bu interminable question. ,r-
tv mn iu 1 Hng, i
( -. 1 1-- '. ADJotJamiMT. :
' i. waive veart aim lunmuinm
-J '. .. " --o- The experiment of brinein about
. pnauoni tor national exenasi wra 171 . 1 : ..... . r . .
nnnnnn mi. t . . ... . f I ujuurumt-ui ui uia Jcgisiaiura by ine
u.. t iih xxauonai lnie lieeooer t ' 1 i. .' .
ihom-ht U .wM .11... " - ,. - ..rcu,nas peen uiea
- TC w , , " the amount or business on hand and com
travaganoe. the Freedmon'a. Bu-L iTli. T..t.U:. ...
; reau alone eosts S25.000.00O .nnnm " . . .. " " " T."
.... .. ' ' ' until April. ,w
Changing from National Government,
, nnder Demooratio jrule, hu been about
! the most extensive experiment that ever a
Cation tried. " -
, r JSa rrport 00 Impeachment is likely to
ve moae ai inn sewion 01 Uongreis.v
. Tbe Pemntirats of Kentucky, in ih.
C . . 1 . 1! 1 1 fin 1
Mai voiinuiiuo uo me an, nominated
. Leva, the toeihacbe.' a eouxh and a
tight boot are things wich - cannot be
1 kept secret, ( ';;,;;;,:.;;,,. ;".".;? '
I .tMnnafitiir mnat net .AeMoiC ntaA
v- uuuiioAieai r - - o""-' r""
J L. If Him for IlorerBot infi Mr Ri.ni. 1 . flftMir nnrnWrth.iii M.eAa i. w
enwn for LleiUenaot Governor. K1 tfc.r iarlv everv Lichi. - '
SPBIJVG ELECTION'S. .
As the time for the sprinir elections is
approa'ohing, our friends should be or
ganizing their forces to meet the foe
Ihe importance of the spriog elections is
not sufficiently realized by Democrats, es
pecially in minority townships. There
should be a ticket nominated in every
township, whether there" is any ohsnce
lor success or not, and in close fown'shiM.
where wo legitimately have a majority,
no effort should be spared to cleot Demo
cratic Boards. Let our friends nominate
good men, for the different offices, and
men go to work. Commence now.
OUR COLUMBUS CORRESPONDENCE
The following letter was intended for
last week's paper, but wu rocoived too
late !" " .'" ,' " ; ; -
AiHLAND COUKTT COMMO!M?LHAg.
Next term of the Ashland Court of
Common Pleas will oontinue three weeks
instead of two,' under the Act just passed
by tho Legislature. . The Richland Com
mon Pleas begins a week later, which
gives Ashland a week more than the
judges allowed. Increase of business in
Ashland County is the causo of ohange.
; am.' snutiDAir...
The Legislature voted Gen. Phil. Sher
idan a reception. A committee of three
from tho Senate (all Radicals), and four
from tbe House go to Newark on Monday
; The First Session of the Fortieth Con.
great will meet On Monday next f ' .
:? ioan n-iSCBBATT- rl
This individual, who -was arrested .in
Epypt edme Ume ago was brought : W
Washington last week, ind surrendered
to the authorities. There are various ru
mors in reeard to his identity. First wo
were told tbaf he positively denied being
Su'ratt and then again that his sister,
Miss Anna Surratt had an Interview
him, and that the meeting was very af.
fccting.r - : S'. ; ' I
The daiHes of Monday tell us that he
was arraigned before the oritninal Court
at Washington, and plead "not guilty,"
to a ohargo of complicity in the assassin
ation of Linooln. i. hJI o . ,
We clip the following article in rela
tion to SvrratJ, from the editorial . eor
respondence tt . the Cleveland Herald,
under date of Washington, Feb. 2lst r '
VSuppoeing John', H.' Surratt should
turn out not to bo John H. Surratt, then
whatf Tho newspapers tell us he ans
wered to his name.., That only signifies
that he did not deny that he was Surratt.
No one as yet.- has identified him as
John H. Surratt, and we have the word
of a man not above suspicion,; that the
prisoner by the 8watara is the person he
is supposed to be. . May it not be that St.
Marie or whatever "is his namehad
become tired of the Pope's eervioo, and
wished "transportation" provided for
him to bis native land, and he "blowed"
nnnn a fallnw fiAamn ftallinff him Rurr&tt ?
But it is said that the prisoner admitted
he was tbe oriminal by esoaping from cus
tody and making that fearl'ul leap. ' There
are notable instances on rooord of inno
cent persons confessing to crime never
oommjttcd,wben things lookeddark and
they weakly imagined, that the only
chance for them to escape was to oonfess
to a lie. . " , . ..
Tbe wicked, we read, flea when ho
man pureucth, and surely the wicked flee
when actually pursued, though mistaking
the cause of arrest. - The prisoner may
be the criminal, but not (Ac criminal, and
when arrested may hare sought escape
on general principles, not knowing the
spcciho charge. However, a man sup
posed to be Surratt, is fn an ironclad coll in
this city, having been very quietly trans
ferred from shipboard to prison. The
next question will be what disclosures
will he make? The publio will be dis
appointed if nothing comes of the arrest,
unless something more than developed on
the trial of tbe assassins is brought to
light, John H. Surratt will probably, in a
few months be at large. He, of course
will not divulge, for bis mother is in her
grave, . Booth lies ' somewhere ' under
ground or under water, and counsel will
teach Surratt to say nothing, and the end
will be that no further light will be thrown
npon the terrible tragedy that rung down
the curtain in Ford's theatre on that ter
rible night in April, 1865 '
Military Bale In theSonth.
The following is Sherman's substitute
for Thad Stevens's Military Organization
bill, as it came from the Hons of Rep
resentatives, the title of whiob, Mr.
Doolittle says, should head,," A Bill to
Organize Hell in the Southern States :"
. Whereat, No legal governments or ad
equate protection lor life or property now
exists in Ihe rebel States of Virginia,
North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia,
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Florida,
Texas and Arkansas ; and vht-teu, it is
neeessary that peace and' good order
should be enforced in said , States until
loyal and republican state governments
can bo legally established; and therefore
Be it enacted Ac., That said rebel
States shall be divided into military dis
tricts and made subject to rhe military
authority of the United States, as here
inafter mentioned ,-and for that purpose
Virginia shall constitute the . First Dis
trict, North Caroline and South Carolina
the Second District, Georgia, Alabama
and Florida the Third District, Mississip
pi and Arkansas the Fourth Distriot, and
Louisiana and Texas the Fifth Distriot.
Sec. 2. That it shall be the duty of
the President to assign to the command
of each of said districts an officer of the
aimy not below, ihe rank of Brigadjer
General, and to detail a sufficient milita
ry force to enable such officer to porform
his duties and eoforoe his authority with:
in the distriot to which be is assigned. '
Seo. 3. That it shall be tbe duty of
each officer as aforesaid to proteot all per
sons in their rightB of person and proper
ty, to suppress insurrection, disorder aid
violence, and to punish, or.eause. to be
punished ail disturbers of the public
peace and criminals : and to this end, he
may allow local oivil tribunals to take ju.
disdiption of and try offenders, or when in
his judgment ft shall, be necessary .for
the trial of offenders,' be ihall have pow
er to, organize military . committees or
tribunals for that purpose ; and all inter
ference under oolor of State authority
with the exercise of military authority
under this aot shall be pull and void.
. Seo, 4. That air persons put nnder
military arrest by virtue, of this aot shall
be tried without unnecessary delay,' and
no cruel or unusual punishment shall be
infliotcd, and no sentence of any military
commission or tribunal hereby authorized
affecting tbe life or liberty of eny person
shall be extceted until it is approved by
the offioerin , command' of tbe distriot,
and tbe laws and regulation for the gov
ernment of the army shall not be affected'
by this aot, txeept in so far as they may
eonfliot with its provisions'. '
' Bis, "5. No sentence of death under
Ibis act shall be carried into execution
without the approval Of the President, i
8xo. 6. When the people of any ens
of said Rebel Status' shall hive formed a
Constitution and '- Government, in 'con
formity with the Constitution Of the Uoi.
ted 8 wtesjfn all respects, 'framed ty a
convention of delegates,1 elected by tbe
oie cuueni or saiu stale, zt years old
and upward, 'of whatever race, oolor or
previous condition, who have been resi
dent in such state one year previous to
the day of suoh election, except such ' u
may pe oisiraoobised, fur participation in
the rebellion or for felony ' at eommoo
law, and when inch Constitution shall
provide tbit the elective iranonise snail
be enjoyed' by all suoh persons ihajl have
the qualifications herein 'stated for elee
tort of delegate!, aad when Uoh-Constitution
shall be ratified by a majority ' of
the persons voting on the question of
ratification who are qualified as electors
for delocates, and when auon uonsutplioa
shall have been submitted to Congress,
for examination aid approval, and Con
gress shall have approved the same, and
when said State, by a vote of its Legislature,-
eleoted under said,. Constitution,
shall have adopted, .the Amendment tp
the .Constitution of the United States,
proposed by the XXXIXtb Congrcs, and
known as ArCole 14, and when said arti..
cle shall have beoope part of the Consti-.
tution of the Unitod States, said, State
shall be declared entitled to representa
tion in Congress, and Senators - and .. Rep-,
resentatives shall be admitted; therefrom'
on their taking the, oath , prescribed, bv;
law, and then and thereafter the preced
ing eeetioos of this act shall be Joopora
five in aaid State.' . ,',' j
. .CONG BESSipiC AE. ' ' ;; '
'' . 'piwBAr,"mftOASt lOr '.
,8ibati. At the opening' of to
day's session tbe Senate was notified that
the House had deohned to concur In its
amcomenF to the House Military Bill.
On a motion to insist on its amendment
and ask a committee' of conference, the
Senate engaged in a general and yory
earnest debate, evincing the opinion on
nearly all aides that the matter of differ
ence was too important to be -referred . to
suoh a oo'mmittte, ' especially with ao
slight a prospect of a harmonious result
The amendment wu therefore insisted on
The bill from the House to allow increas
ed pay to army officers, but containing - a
olause whioh provided for the disarma
ment of the militia ' of the 'rebel states,
was then considered,' the disarament
olause stricken out and, after sitting to a
late hour to await the action of the House
on the Military bill, it became evident
that the Senate could do nothing more
and an an adjournment was had.
' Houei The House met at 11 o'olock
and immediately took up the Military bill,
as amended in the 8enateby ihe insertion
of the Blaine Sherman substitute refusing
to oonour therein, by a vote of 73 to 08
a committee of conference was appointed.
After passing several bills, inoludiBg the
one for Indian appropriations, Post routes
and the Offioial Tenure and Congression
al Printer bills, the Army appropriation
was considered until a message from the
Senate made known- that Us amendment
to the Military bill was insisted 00. Mr.
Blaine moved to recede, bur Mr. Wilson
moved to concur, - an additional amend
ment being made. Thereupon, filibuster
ing tactics were resorted to by the demo
crats for the purpoBO of delaying final
action long enough to enable the Presi
dent to "pocket" the bil. These tactics
prevailed, and at a late hour the House
adjourned. . ..
Senate. While the Senate, was con
sidering an appropriation bill, the Mili
tary bill wu received. from the House,
with the amendment mads by the latter.
Tbe question was. at once taken np, a dis
cussion arising which consumed the en
tire day, but at 10:50 P. M., after reject
ing two motions to amend still further,
tbe Senate passed the bill by the decisive
vote of 35 to 7 including among the yeas,
Mr.. Reverdy Johnson, whose vote sur
prised the whole chamber, ( ' (
nocsE. Tbe pending question when
the House assembled, was 00 motion of
Mr. .Wilson to non-occur , in the Senate
amendments to the military bill. , Mr
Sbellaharger offered a further amendment,
firovidiog for univorsal suffrage in the
ate rebel Status, restricted only by the
terms of tho Constitutional Amendment,
and further dcclariog the merely tempo
rary and provisional charaoter of the pres
ent govcrnmenti of those States, over
which Congress asserted its absolute right
of control. This amendment was adopt
ed, and the bill was passed by the vote of
125 to 46, and being sent np to the Sen
ate again was there passed without ohange,
"r ,r . IHUEBDAT, tf
Senate The Senate to-day agreed to
donate the buildings, 4c, at Camp Chan
for Qse Is an Asylum for disabled soldiers.
Several bills and resolutions of an unim
portant character were passed,, and the
ludiai Bureau bill was then .conaideted.
A discussion rose .op the proposed trans
fer of this Bureau; , (9 the War ; Depart
ment, but no dtoisiv'e action.' was had.
An executive session : preceded the "ad-
journmenf of the Senate.'- "V,",'.
, UousE.r The House-passed a bill, re
quiring tbe Treasury .to issue. hundred
uiuiiuui 01 Xjegiu uofjirg, q reqempuoo
of compound interest notes about to ma
ture. After the transaction of other bU'
siness of lets importance the Tax bill was
taken up ancToecnpud, the1 remainder of
tbe day. . .;. 1 , ,.. ,
"fit 1 ' iiKi n ,
: '' " Thi Heer feollecior. : ' ,
We understand that Lucas Flattery,
Esq., of Wooster, has been appointed by
President Johnson,' and confirmed by the
oensce, as collector or this (.I4thj ton
gressionai district. ' Sir. Jf lattery Is an
honorable, uprk'ht Citizen, ' add u, as
man ot business, wotl 'qualified for the
position.' But we are at a low to divine
why "My Policy" baa so far degenerated,
and the great "love tot the soldiers," pro
Claimed byihe Radicals, 10 nentralited,
(hat civilian Is supplied with the "bread
and butter" of the Government, so Irisilr
belonging to the brave soldiees. veterans of
many ensanguined fields, who would be
permitted to beg or itarve uponour streets
rather than they should reetve the merit
their valor deserves. ' Mr. Flatterv with I
flia Ihntf ni4 ll'iiiM. In wmIiIi Lm j.itt.n
.av.D.UU. 1VIIIU IU HHIIU Wkl
ten who nevor heard a hostile gun fired
agalnsi hiseoUnirv l bade Collector I
Salary about 45,0OQ'per yearl ,Ye aol-'
aiers do not oven get their bounty money I
. We don't blame Mr. Flattery Jor sooor
lng this fat office,' anoV give him much
credit for his shrCwdoesa and political sa
gacity In beading off other Judical as
pirants, Mr. Flattery's appointment, we
tear, will be f'soiir grapes'' to the' Mem
bers of Congress from this District who
teems to be 'laying topes'' for1 Y third
term, or for another 10,000. We are
lorry that he did not sucoeed id netting a
Collector from Lorain Medina or Ashland.
Let the Radioals fight their own "bread
and bqtUr" battles on tbeir.on line, "if it
uxes au summer." We II
. -'.. "Watt for the waron. - -Till
we oaa all take a ride '
Tax Lady's Friend rot Maboe '67.
"The Traunt's Tloturn,"a beautiful
Steel Engraving, leads off this number
et1iaQaeea. ft. theMontWies," Tb'ea
we have' ihe usual, elegant ncf refineM
SteeLFashion Plate,' and a number of
Pftttnrna fnp Snrlnif TlMBflAa PminanlJ I ' TOniV-i & Rtnflnnar. .I ki.J.
Toilettes,. Caps, &o. An Eograving of a
noted French Aquarium In Paris, shows
the hTge etyle in' which they do some
things In the' Old World. The' Muiic
th:i month is "Tillie's fassed Awar,"-
'f he Litterary Matter is made up of the
continuations of the povelcfs of "Orville
College," by Mrs: Henry Wood, and
"How A Woman Had 'Her Way,", bv
Elizabeth ' Prescott both of whioh In-
crease steadily in interest and attractive
nesswith shorter articles, such as "Trav
eling with Half a Million," Doctor Dal-
housleA BullFiehf at Mcdrid" (Il
lustrated), '"Aunt Julia's Visit," and Ed
itorials, 1 Receipts, . Fashions, ' Ao. The
publishers announce in addition, povelets
by Amanda Douglass and Frank Lee Ben-'
edict. ' They also announce", 5u addition
to the Wheeler ' & Wilson Sewing Ma
chine, a Splendid List of new Premiums,
including Silver-Plated Tea-Seta, Cake
Baskets and Ioe-Pitohers, Silver and Gold
Watches, Guns and Rifles, Clothes' Ring
ers, Mclodeons and Organ', Appleton's
Cyclopaedia, ftd. A beautiful' Steel En
graving', 26 , Inches ' long: by 20 inches
wide, called "One of Life's Ikppy Hours"
will be sent gratis to every single ($2,0)
subscriber, and to every person sending a
club. Specimen numbers of the maga
zine, containingthe particulars of the
premium offers and the reduced prices to
clubs, will be sent on the receipt of twen
ty cents. ' 1 V' -'
' Price (with engraving) f 2,50 a year;
Four copies (with one engravingV$6,00:
Eight oopies (with extra magazines and
an engraving J12,60. One copy of La
dy's Friend and one of Saturday Evening
Post (and one engraving), 84,00. ' Ad
dress Deacon & Peterson, 819- Walnut
Street, Philadelphia. -
At renaoaable vtiui.r. t.VlZl T f.jjf
.41 so a large assortment' pf"r . . (
S H E E i'J.1-- tit S 1G 1
. .1 QUITAKS, ,; . . ... ,."..
:..,;, 1 1 . FLUTES, ' ,;'-' :'-'r. -v.
fiV-,:.. u .,- ; v, ACCORDEpNS, &.
OP THE CONDITION OF THE
Home Insurance Comp'y,
UJ Acio iioven, uonnechevt.,
On the 81st Day of December, I860,
Blade to Auditor or Uhlo, I'ur
'suant to tho Statute of. '
, ... that State.
MARRIED. At the residence of Mr.
A. MoClellen, Feb. 14th, by the Rev. J.
W. SwmK. Mr.IKRF.M1 A II I.ATHf ART)
andMres 8USAN WEDDLE, both of
Ashland county. : : .... 1 . y v-
At the Miller House, Feb 21st, by
the same, Mb, JOHN A. HULL, and
Mies LOUISA MILLER, both of Ah.
land county. '
On Feb. 24, by the same at Ihe res
idence of the bride's mother, Mb. JOHN
W. MILLINGTON. and Mim MTOIV.
DA TINKEY, both of Ashland county.
On Feb. 21st, at the American
House, in Hayeaville, by Vm. S. Strick
land: Esq.. Mr ' JERKMTAH . I.flW
and Miss MARY ANN CRI8WELL,
coin oi Ashland Uo.
On tho 18th inst , at the residenoo
of her son, J. H. MoCombs, Esq.. Mrs;
Ann McCombs, in the 8 1st year of her
age.., , . ,, ., ; ' ' .' '!
1-21 . Ua a
i - Dealer in ;. .,-
. ' PIANOS,
';:.; 44 MELODEON8. ' :
1 '-CABINKT' nnnaWQ -j
FRENCH A GERMAN ACCORD'NS
. , UUJMUiiKTINAS, FIFES -
,-; i-'-FLUXES, '-
"rrt SHEET MUSIC,-
' 1 - jInsructjon; 'books,
STR1NG3; ' 1
PIANO PQVER3, ,MUC .F.OItOS,
ilnd ail Uidsef murioal mereliainiit.. '
.'IT" r .,). J ' ,.... T .'
The above named Inatrumenls and artll
cles of 'uuaiesl.. merchandise are kept en
nana always.- -'"i -'
' I' 'I "".1. 1 1..-.t"tf- 7 i;,J ('
rOMPiaaei taken la .exchange for new
!!' .ivv'trrii."---i .!)'. i' h
':'' ' Second" 8tory Bushnel'i Bloc;
Cleveland, Columbia & Cincinnati
,-r -, Railway Tlme-Table. ; i
1' o:.. -.Vf.OOHtf BOOTH, i
HaOEi. UIKt. GaLFt. N'etE.
Cleveland. 9:00 a m :M d m O:0O urn B IS n m
OrwtllM 12,M f m (,8C p m (1,06 p m JS.46 p m
Oalion - 11,82 p m 6;4S p m 6, ?0 p m 1,06 p m
Columbus 1.80 p m 6.80 cm . . ' . 1,16 a n
' ' GOIsa NOETH, ';,' ''; , :";V I
Mall Ex. Cln.Ix. W'nEr. NTIt.
Odnmtitts eiOO p M Jl,10a sa-M ' .I U,f6ai
Gallon; y t.88 p n L08 p m, 1,00 a m S,M 4 n
Cnatllne,- f,05p'm I,S6pm 6,15 am 8,16 a 11
Cleveland -1,10 p m 8,60 p ,6fl m 6 16 p to
i.iuiveniiMt.x :,j:rfo:.!i t.. lionA, oijpv
' A1 & 0a! W. RIALWAYa: 1
On nd tiw Uoadtf, ftbruarj lit fa, T.
ill 1 1 L1 A 1l . ti '
AfUi WU AMWiiu ivuvaii ,
Train Ne. 8 Aceoniaodatien aiai) l;R0 P. M
. ior .do 1 4 Night Express, 1 6:15 A M
So d,J2-Way Frtlght ' ' 1.'10:2
:'dc"do lExpreso, ' !, ,1:54F.M
At do 18 N lork Freight 8:28 ',."
i viv;iu i.'V0(iJa WB8T.X'"'-;'!"', j
Train N. 1- Aoodmatodatioa tn't 10:06 A, H
do do 8 Nigb ExprdBli" 11;88 P. M,
do do 11 Way Freight, : lj48,f-. ,
do do 18 - Exprew freight, 10(03 t t
do da )7-DUpUib . . B-.40A.N .
P, S, Paaaangari carried ea all Fraightl
exoeplHot 17 and It bj proourlng tickets.
. TOR SALE.
ROWLEY'S NEW BOOK: STORE.
Ia one lump or in quantities to suit his cus
My a'aortment ef j
wail ana winaowraper,
Window Shades k Fixtures,
. Aioums and rortmomes,
Gold Pens and Penoils,
rictures and i'tcturc frames,
A large assortment, and Jh Vapor" 1!
. other tiouie in Ashland
: 'PICTURES FBAmEDj''l
b o 6 jr' -'Vi'f 'jic'j? i ovj
I have ale for sale t exohanre tor Beal
Estate in Anhland, 1000 aorea Irst' quality
I am also agent for Cliiokfln ,4 Enter-
ton's Piano, Ihoso wishing to buy would
do veil to eonsull me before jpurohaslng. '
.:! 0. P. ROWLEY, ,
Feb. ?, 1867-rOolOyl, , ., , , ;
The amount of Its Capital Stook ,l '
aut horned Dy Charter, $3,- - -000.00;
paid up : ' 11,000 C00,00
'. : II.AS8ET8. i.-- i .'.I
Cash of the Company on hand, '
ana in the hands or Agents
and Other persons -. . , ' ' f 243,980,00
Real Estate unincumbered . 76,000,00
Ihe DonclB ana stock owned by
Debts due the Company, stoored
Debts othtrwisa secured 0 '
Dents for premiums, fire and, In?,
All other secnrtles, ; interest.
alvage and sundry inveat-
: 811, 085,00
Tot al assets of the Company $1,410,110,60
Losses hnadjued and lossosln
snspeuse, awating lor further
proof - , ,
IV MIS CELLANEOS.- ,
The greatest amount secured in anv one
risk, $25,000 1 ,
The neatest amount allowed brtr-ilM
te ba 1 nsurod In any one olty, lownr iT- '
lage and the greatest- ataonnt allow ed te be
insured in any one blook No role.
xhe amount of its oapiital or e amines da.
posited in anyolher State, Kb seouriiy (or
losses therein, 1'.I,U1,(U, Required de
md In OMo. '
STATK Of CONSEOTICCT.
UOUNTY OF NlV HAVEN
DOUGLASS B. SATTERLliE. ProMdent
and WILLIAMS. GOODELL, Secrelnry of
Ihe Home Insuranoe Companj of New II -Ten
Ct being severally sworn, depoaa and
aay that the foregoing is a full true and
00 neetstatemo at of the affairs of said Insu
ranee Compnny, and that they are the above
described officers thereof. -
' . D E SATTERLEB, President
Subscribed and sworn before me. this 19th
Jay of January, 1867,
I aiAL . JOBEPU SHELDON, , .
iivs oar sruir. - Notary Publio.
Orriei 01 ths ytnoiToa or Stats,
CoiUMDua, Ohio, Jan. 28, 1867,
It is hereby certified, that the foregoing is
a correot oopy of the Statement of Coa lition
of the IiUMK INSURANCE .COMPANY,' of
Hew Haven, Conn., made to and filed In this
enee, let the year 1861 .- 4,
vitness my nana ana seal officially, ,
, iAl, ., ... JAMES H.GODMAN,
, Auditor of Stale
' By James Williams, Chief Clerk,
0 CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITT. -
(To eiDlre on the diet dav of Jan. 1868)
; . Offloe of the Auditor of St te.t'i
. ' - '1. ! Insuranoe Departmsnt, I , '
' ' Columbus, Ohio, Jan, 28, 18U7, I '
, Whereas, Tbe HOME INSURANCE COM
PANY, located at New Haven, In the 8tate of
Connecticut, baa filed ia (his office a sworn
statement of iu condition, as required by the
ai"l'e regulate Insurance Companies not
incorporated by the Slats of Ohio," passed
April 8, 1PS6, aol amended Feb, 9, 1864, and,
tbe aot 'To regulate foreign Insuranoe Com.
panles," passed April S,1U(I6; and whereas,
aid Company baa furnished the naderaigned
satisfactory evldenoe that it la possessed of an
actual Capital of at lenst ONB. HUNDRED
AND FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ln-ested
as required by shld acta ; nd, whereas.1 said
Company has filed in this office a written in.
st m eat under its corporate seal, signed by
the President and Eeerelary thereof, author
ising ohy A gent or Agent of said Company in
tliB.titaie to acknowledge servioe of hrooess,
for and In behalf of saU Company, aooording
to the terms of aaid aot of AprilJJ, 1856. ' '
1 " NW, therefor, ia pursoranoe of the' acts
afoiesald,:, JAMES H. GODMAN Auditor
or Slat tot Olilo. do heieby cer lfj that said
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY of New
ItaTen. Conneoticut, Is aulhoriaedo trinsaot
the business of Fire and Marin Ianranoa
In this State unUl the thirtr -first dav at Jan.
nary In the year tee then wnd eight hundred
..SUV.,. I .... . I
In wilnosa whereof, I have hereunto, sub
scribed my. name and caused the seal of m
ofBoe W be affixed the day and year above
i-leaaij: j - ' JAMES H GODMAN, ,
Auditor of State. ',
By James Wljllams, Chief Clerk -
. -v ''." ' .'ASHLAND.Omo;
."..feb 18,-8w3" ' '. f, .
'I l:'..li t. Ijr
' ir-c - iftr-i'-f lit ih'-.-(-t .j-I
f.'B.Clrk,M, D, ,,t,'f,t 8..aanUr,M,D,
Hare associated themselves for tho oruii..
, of Medicine and Surgery in the Village of
, ""i-. dki vwiiii uvan to the
Office la brick building,' West of Stone
Dec. 12, lies aAtr
ejotioe li Tie'reby iveri that' (jetftioB1
i will be prosentcdJa the eommissioa.
rs of Ashland Conuty at their next ses
sion, to be held on the first Monday of
Marchi jL 1). jl867,prajing forhe yaoe-;
non 01 a pari or a eouniv roea, oommeno
ing at the center of the south line of
section ejgh. t Cs) tbenoe. north along the
. r.: .i,; -...'."in.. r
vculur v oaiu eouhiuu w uv uvii i inn vt
the same in Jaokaon Tovfoihip, Ashland v
Const Ohio, for the,, reason : that that
part of Raid ruad is nseleae to the publio. '
" '' -; 'MANY PETITIONERS. ' J
JiuaVW T-4-8S?! Hi--! -f "!"ri
M.M.ljLavJ,,l..JI.., E fi; Y .e. j-Lv
' Mr. NrRBCTOR ' .
Ibs'jdst' reeelveA .'at her rooms., on Canter
Street, a eplondld assortment of -
MILLINERY 4 FAN C.Y. GOODS,
Drtu Trtmminn,' tie., ; ;
To which she Invito the attention of tbe Ladles
of Ashlafe) and vlcinUy, , All kinds of ,. ,t . ':
done on short notice and la the best style. ' " "
.. iv.x .1 a JMB8.-W. KECTOB.
Jan. 14 1887-Utf . .. .
fleas of j
OTICE ir hereby alven thai a petilioi".
nas neea niea in the Vourt or Uoiomoa .
of Ashland County, .Ohio, by all tha '
owners of lota in th,Iwa , of Albany,., In J
said County, praying jthaf the plyl of sald J
town may tt vacated, ! U '-, , '-. . ,
Said petition will be for hetrlna. in said '
Court on the first day oi the beXt lorm there- '
of, or as soon thereafter as" counsel can he
heard,"' 1 ''' ) ;'' - ''
RRBECCA MILLER, v Petitioner.
.X H TH.OS. MoCONNELL -,- .
By i: "D. Jones, Attorney. '
Jan. T lS67-4w
"'.' . "' 'v ;y ;j
Plaoe to buy tour Groceries, Queensware.
)V oodenware, .Willow and Glass-war la al
ways where yon can buy tho beat and " 1
4 and Cliciipest. "
The nnder Igned, M.COOl, STEVENS.
aM now reneiving for tho fall an.4 winter trade,
aa immeme slooVof ererytblng thai ,ca be ,
thought of in our line of butins, direct ,
from the importers and manufacturers of
New York ; v'.-- . u ,. j';' -'-i
We confidently assert that our Stock sur--
ptasee in Quantity and 'Quality 'any lot of
bows ever orougni to Asuiana. or-- ... ,
Famil j; Groceries,.
W have superb lole of all rrades. of Coffee'
Tea.ngnr. Molaas's8ynin.8taroh, Elsina
Cheese, Coofeotioiairy, Prunes, gpicea Frtilti,
in their season. Salt by Ihe-pouud ind barrel.
Soaps, all kinds of Extracts, Dy Staff, 4
Ac. ef ' ' . ii :i
We constantly keep the best of Msoieret.
Pickerel, Cod Fish, While Fish, and Herring.
We also, whenever obtainable, kus the huk
cured Meats. Onr Stock of if
was never larpastsed in- Ashland. W hat.
a splendid lot if 0 loss Lamps. i Our ease
are full of Cutlery, Knires and Forks, Table
Spoons and Tea Spoons. Ac, all procured
from the very beet .manufacturing houses in
the Eastern Cities. , Our Stock of .....
(a eomplele, enslsting of Xadfes. tmiltng- '
Baskets, Market Bankets. Clothes Baskets.
Apple-Banket, gohool Baskets and. alt other
kinds, and we have everything In Ihe line of
Tubs, Bowls, Ladles, Churns, Buoketa, . But
ter runs, so. wearojuit rvicmm
from ons-hulf gallon to six gat site, which
we offer at Whohmle or tlo-aiL'- 1 " v A
veve?rt!iini o:i inn'ii la
the "ay of . i. Wi
YANKEE NOTIONS, :
Combs, Pocket Books) Pins,' Pens, ?erhmeryk
Cosmetics, Rolls, and all kln-bt of children'
Toys. ; '- - ' . - ' ... ,
We hai taken especial natnste proewre ami
inusually large stick ot v .'.ii t
TOBACCO & CIQAR3
of tha beal brands known In ' the' Unite
States, and whioh we will sell very low. Ot
everything that .-., ',..,
CAN BE PROCURED, '
We have sought tbe best and piled theai w
AT OUR J,ARQB,BTPRE.--.
. W paj the highest marVet price for v '
11UTTKU te 'EGOS,' '
and all kinds of COUNTRY- PBODUCE. '
The best brands of FAMILY FLO I) a son- .
stantly en hand. . n. u ' : ;T
W desire to say le the Farmers that w
shall endeavor to haadle their Produce so
that it will be t their benefit andproti.
Kecollect that we buv DIREflTLV rmn ika
Mannfaoturera and Importers, 1 without th
Intervention of third cerfies. and h tha
saving ths profits paid M Ikeav w wtl thai
W aim to heepa'Flist CUas Family Or.
eery Store where) verybody bwaeMtatae.
dated at the lowest prtoea, and where farnera
will Bad til tbeirloterest to dispose of their
produce and purchase their Goods. ' ;,
REMEMBER OUR PLACE, i
One tiooil, Weil' lair lie1 Tow ;ifcai.l.
tetkm Al) hearv Paokaaaa dalUwad rWa f
charge, within th Corporadcn.7 - - '
f MoOOOl V8TETEN8.
".'AriaAOTiiio' Taoc'sAXna tre'ltls'ikVttif.S
reoord of th noble and pur injLwM women.
fiuu avfjvnwit Mir uusuauQ in DOnS IC U
Writle In th clowlntf antl annf altl..
language of, FRANK MOORE-, Bslllne neS
yond ur most aaagtfine expecUtloas; . ..
iu uopiea sou in nntaoothct t
lsu- Hundred- ef . Cmandilon. from
th Press and distinguish tV rndividuala rt
pouring le from, all (arte ef the eounlry.
Agents are reporting from ten to. twenty-ova
orders ftr day; and say they d many wha
ar ready to take (he work ax scon U wr
Mated, which Is a newltuf ia lb Uok b.
lnss. Tkl work Is It ewn weomseUleti.
ViVPt ft,Ml otBMlrtj.
JaiUful,.,erg.Uc, parTwlng as.a aad w.
SJB .t "W lnd.,lttcrtlv mploy.
If an Agency Is wanied, je"a ior ' 'ro.Ur.
jiving full panlcnlars-. Addrs., . '