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THE ASHLAND ONION,- .WEDNESDAY M0RNIK6, FEBRUARY ,27,
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- f B P 4MBIiT Is again on ban Is witi
Stock of 8teple and Peney
- tit. 4efl dlMriptioa,
Vi ; iReinember ,
- That thia Stock of Goode was purohased very
' law lot cash, aad will be sold it prioee that
' Niul bo beet. :'' .-.
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' ' ILL GOODS M ARKED DOWN :
.-. ' ,"".. that our
IMPRESS CLOTJJ8, .., --.
':; STRIPED POPLINS, :
....-' 4, PL A ID POPLINS, 4'
-'li .'., tDd Alpacas are marked down.
1 ' IID QL0YES, KID GL0YS.; "
, -; :.. vtf'.rl. M "1 ... ' '- ,
'' : Tbt ir mohairs, ' : '
- DeLAINS, " V .
; i:.,' ARBlTJRE8tnd :
' ;.-.C . v ' flnb are marked down.
Tbt or 8HAWL8,
.. : BBKAKFAST SHAWLS,
; . KNIT HOODS,
nd bleached GOODS
- ... ir, marked down.
V 8took of FLANNELS tu par
aad tt inoh pricet that we are enabled
to offrr them tt redaction or from 10 to
tb eat frua fall prises. .
; . ' REMEMBER
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That hire a good Msortment of dresa
Irimailng.1. " '
'X' ;l.y '. y- , .
That w bar oa bind and are daily re'
iving Hoop Skirtt for all Aibland Co!
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3' Tba wa are' th only A(renti for Grorer
A Baker Sewing Machine in Ashland
.V. ,'. ooonty.kTid sell a better machine than oan
t found eUewhere in tbla flity. "
, r-'-j . v ' '
.,s.tfcal we keep on hand and for aalo, a
' food line of earpeta. , .: , ; . ;. : yi
liemember ; i
ITiat onr (took of fan li large and prieea
lower rkaa eleewhere, ,
.:. iftat we'wanp yon jo: aeaT theae ; goodi
whether you pnrohue or sot. ;:
' :", ill,"n to ni we will
wkw .pp,.: v( ; .. ,. :.
.'. Call and get the eridenoe af you
; J -y DON'T FORGET J
That yon ean ia? moaey by ailing- at
B. l'armeyi, No. l,Town Hall.
ASHLAND, i FEB. 27, 1867.
Brief Items. " "
The Ohio Staiuman haa been ' en
larged and greatly improred. . ' , .
. The weather hu been very pleaaant
and ipring-lika for aeveral daya. .
Gen. - Wii-labd Bwoum,- of . this
place,. ha been appointed Interna RotV
ana Aaaeiior of this Congressional Dii
' , Tha Town Connoil baa passed an
ordinance leorgao'wing the Frie .Depart
ment of Ashland. We will publish it
next week.. . . ',
The prospeols,' in tbit eonnty, for
a Urge yield of wheat to the acre is very
good ; bat there was not more ihan half
as muoh land sown last fall as nsual.
On but Saturday evening, Protco
tion Fire company No. 1. of 'Aahland dis
banded. 'A new Company will be formed
immediately. .. i v ' ' '
' The City Connoil of. Tiffn has con
traded for ooeofSilby'i Second Class
Rotary Bteam Fire Engine.! t .,
. The Mt. Vernon Banner of last; week
says : We learn from Mansfield thai one
of the eitiiens of that towo was lost--in
the mud, on Monday last. : f
Tb Oriole literary Sooiety of the
Sannnah Mala and Female ' Academy,
will give a publlo entertainment on next
Friday evening, The pnblio are invited,
Look oat for counterfeit $1 bills on
the First National Bank of Warren, Ohio.
A number of them are in circulation, and
are said to be good imitations of the gen
uine. Beware of 'em.
We invite the especial attention of
the reader to an artiole on the first page,
from the Cincinnati Commercial (Radi
cal,) entitled, "The Brigadiering Policy of
Congress." - Read and ponder. . ,
A clerk in a certain mercantile es
tablishment once wrote to a iriend at
home ; "I have a nice thirg of it now-a-days
very little work to do oar firm
'don't advertise."' Just so. -
Court has not commenced yet. Judge
Osbobk is holding Court in Mt. '. fiilead,
and Judge Hekd who is expected here
has not oome yet. -
Will our friends who like our column
of local news to be ss complete as may be,
take a little pains to leave word with ns
of any items of interest ihat may oome to
their knowledge. We are not ubiquitous,
and cannot aee everything that happens.
,. Several new subscribers bare been
added to our list during the pBt week.
Let the number increase. ' We publish as
cheap a paper as is published anywhere.
Terms, only $2 a year in advance. . Send
in the names. Pay up back arrearages
to March 15, 1867, and send S3 for an-
We call the attention of the public
to the faot that on Monday next, March
4th,' the lot on the tfeit side of Church
street, between Maiu and Sandusky, will
be sold at Publio Sale. Also, five and
a half acres of good land, lying near the
farm of Moses King, South of Ashland.
TheBe lands will be sold at a bargain.
A Good Toaat. -We
find the following goingthe rounds :
The three most signal Presidents Wash
ington, Jackson, and Linooln The first
established the Union, the seoond saved
it, and the third destroyed it. . -'
In Operation. Smith's Flour. Mill
in Vermillion township, is in operation
again, -the dam whioh was washed away
some time ago, hiving been repaired.
Bear this la mind. r
The nenrie House. ClnclunnU.
This well known and popular house,
has or late been thoroughly renovated
and refitted, and fare reduced from three
to two dollar per day. We .advise our
friends visiting the oity to stop at the
Godit toe. March. This excellent
Migasins has been received for March
and a most superb number it is. No lady
should be without it. It is replete with
choice literature, and can be bad at 13,00
year.'. ,' .
. Fatal Accident About four o'clock
on Monday afternoon last, while Mr. GaIt
Vlir Maize was assisting in removing a
large log at the mill in South ' Ashland,
be fell and the log rolled On him,' crush,
ing his thighs, and mingling him in a
horrible manner, He suffered the most
sgonisipg pain till six o'olook, when
death relieved him from his - suffering.
Mr. Maize leave) a wife and one ehild
to mourn hi untimely death, .
' . OCI TERMS.
! After, the 15th day of Mswh, 1867.
the Union will be published on the fol
lowing terms j ' ( ; ".'.,
One oopv, per year, If paid n ADtAHc., .J,0o
If notptld till the expiration 'of' tlie year!J!,60
These terms will be rigidly adhered to,
sa we eannot onbliah a naner for 12.00 a
rear, and wait one. two or three mn for
oar pay. Our subioriber will gorern
thomselve accordingly. r., ; J.
TfiB ATRE Miss Caeolini Hate'
Theatrical Ccmpany opened for a season
or four night fn the Towo Hall, on
Monday evening. ;' The' play for tho open
ing night wa the new sensation Drama
entitled "the Brigand Queen,", written
expressly for Mis Hate by .John F,
Pools, Esq., of New lork City. In this
plsy Miss Hates assumed five different
characters, ill of which wererehderod in a
highly satisfactory 'manner,: displaying
great, versatility of dramatic talent.; She
was ably supported by Messrs.' Connolly,
Davenport, Harry Hawk, and in fifes by
the entire company, In the after' piece
"Our .Neighbor's Wife," the audience
were kept in t continual roar. .; Last eve
ning "Uncle Tom's Cabin" was present.,
ed to a very large and enthasiuatio aud
ience. . This evening-will' be presented
the great sensation drama, "The Dream
at Sea" together with the great Irish
farce ot H'Hindy Andy.'- . To-morrow
(Thursday) evening, the last night of the
Company's stay here, the bill wil be the
"Serious Family' and the " White borse
of the Peppers. This Company Is j de
cidedly good the best by far., that, hsve
ever visited Ashland, and should bs pat
ronised' We "bope to see a 'crowded
house both on this and to morrow eve
nings; v ''" ". )'," :'-':..: : : !
l&' Itt looking overthe ; CohmUt
Journal, of last week,wbloh a friend sent
us, we found in an obscure oorner on the
third page, the correspondence of "Kerr
Chug," from this place, in which he again
pours out the vials of his wrath upon our
bead. Now, we do not propose bandying
words with this egotistical ms if be.de
rives any pleasure from abusing us, and
if the editors of the Journal are willing
to pay him one peony a line for so doing,
we shall not try to stop him, as it does us
no barm. Go in, ye correspondent 1
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(9 The Firemen's Festival, at the
Town Hull, on fast Friday evening, was
not as largely attended ns it should ha've
been. The objeet was ono in which every
citiien ought 'to have felt an interest, and
the recurrence of that time-honored day
should have caused every hesjit to quick-
en in its beat and send forth praises of
thanksgiving to the Father of bis Coun
try all should have united in commem
orating the annivorsary of the birth of
the immortal Washington, who diseo
thralled us from the monarchical powers
to which we are so rapidly degenerating.
Yet the 22d of February, like many oth
er holiday observances, is fast fading from
our memory by the innovations of these
The reoeipts of the festival amounted
Eicelsiobs in Entebpeise. In
rambling about town the other day, to
see what our business men were doing
these dull times, and to give them a, word
of cheer, we stepped into the Furniture.
Wars rooms of Messrs. HickoK &
Stinger, and when we call to mind
the faot that Mr. Hickok only commenc
ed his business hire three years sgo in a
20 X 25 room, with the misgivings of
many as to his success, and now to sec
the firm in the 2nd and 8rd stories of
Bushnell's Block in rooms 90 feet deep
and well filled with goods in their line,
we must give them the premium as Ex
celsiors in Enterprise, and say that they
deserve the patronage of our oitireosrto
whom we say, give them a eall before
purchasing elsewhere, ss they well under
stand their business, and are always on
band to wait on yoa. " . . T; '.' '
Photographs, Paintinp to We
arc always glad to note the prosperity of
pur friends. Mr. John Oswald, form
erly of this place, and well known to most
of the eitiiens, is now -living in Toledo,
Ohio, where lie is associated with Mr.
Noutu, In the Photograph business, who
have one of the largest and most complete
Gallery's of Art in the West, and are
doing a splendid business.. We cheerful
ly give plaoe in oar columns to the fol
lowing notioe from the Toledo Bladt :
', Familiar Faces For two or three
dsys past, the attention of oily pedostrians
baa been attracted to the windows of Ea
ton & Backus' store, comer of Summit
and Madison streets, in whioh ire placed
the handsome pictures of two good, look
ing young men whoso ., familiar faoesap
pear almost as natural, is , life in the
splendid photographs whioh were taken
by North,' and finished in water colors
by Oswald. They arc certainly the
finest specimens of the kind ever pro
duced in Toledo, snd we have seen none
to perfect in my other eity. ..
Messrs. North 4 Obwald, photograph
ers, No. 82i, "Summit street, hive been
in Toledo about two years, and have al
ready aoquirrd in enviable reputation In
this vicinity ss first olaas artist. Thev
have superior facilities for photo? nphiog
iinussape views, resiaenoes, in fact pio
tures of ill kinds that require tb remo
val of apparatus and material. . They have
fio rooms, Ir acoommedatinir trentlemen.
and deserve the sucoass which they are
receivine." . ;' f '.-: .. ' it JV' ".
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A general law haj been emoted by
the Ohio Legisliture;llp wjng towns' 'of
J,uw population to 'purchase; Firw En
gine A; not to exceed $10,000.-' '-v'
Ctjf iltorlifts. .
ASIia.AIJ rUICEl UUHBEIII,
I ,, Corrected Weekly
Flour, per barrel. f 125014,00
Wlieatt, red, prt)aHeli..i.;4 iS,50"
uorn por ,tsnoi..j....,. ? 65
Ryp ptbushe.4-'-i-,;4-4 $ 75
Barley per bushel..... .. 65
Potatoes per bushel.... .... 75
Butterper pound.... .......... 20
Kggs per doien... 20
Cheese per poqnd.i.; 18
Jjird per pound..;.;.... ;.'. ' 7
Beans per bushel.............. 1 25
Dried apploa per pound .... . 8
Dried peaches...... ... ' 25
Clover seed per bushel.. ....i., 6,55
Salt per barrel.ti.-i. !.'.....;. 8,15
1 imotby seed per bushel. ....i i . 2,00
Ham per pound......... J 12
Shoulder per pound............ 7
Baoon . : 8
No 1 white fish per half. bbl.... 8,00
No 1 Pickerel... -do ..... 7,50
White Bass,,;-, , . do . : .... 7,50
Herring ' ,, do . 6,65
Wool per pound..... .......60 to 60
Wood ber oord.'.U.-.i-.. .8,005,00
Coal per ton...... . . 5,00
r v Kew York Market '
i : ' WW, YoRki Feb 25,1867.'.
TLOUR Dull and favors buyorfRe
eeipts 0,625 bbls. Sales of 6,800 bhls of
superttue state and Western, at 88 85
10 00 ; -extrw 1 .Western 101011 00 ;
choice til 20 i; shipping' brands extra
round hoop. Ohio tl0 901180 ; trade
nrinds 111 51 85 dosing dull
WHEAT Active and unchanged.-r
Sales 1,300 bushels. No 2 Milwaukee at
12 921; Canada it 83,00.
UYE Quiet and heavy. Sales 8,500
bushels. Western at $L 10, an outside
prioe. . . -
BARLEY Quiet Sales 9 000 bush
Canada West at II 121 20.
CORN Dull and lo better. Sales if
59,000 bushels mixed Western in store at
$1 070108. .;
OATS Heavy. Receipts 2,000 bush
Sales or 27,000 bushels. Western at 67
68o. A t"
WOOL-Stcadv. Sales' 800.000 lbs
at 47G2Jo for domcstio fleece ; 4550o
PORK Firmer. Sales of 2,450 bbls
at 9W Zbz0 87 for new mess, closing
at $20 50 ; $19 7520 20 for old mess,
closing at 820 00 ; $16 7517 00 for
prime; 1'J UU(oJ'iU UU for prime mess;
also 1 ,500 bbls new mess at 821 00.
BEEP HAMS Quiet. Sales of 8,
50 bbls at $2033 50. .
HRESSED HOGS-Firmer. Sales at
9J9o for Western. "
LARD Dull and heavy. Sales at 500
bblatl212o for old; 12J13Jo for
BUTTER Steady and unchanged.
Sales at 2!)30o for Ohio. ..
Cincinnati, Feb 25, 1867.
FLOUR Wheat J9 75I0 25; Rye,
86 75 ; Buckwheat $7 258; Corn-meal
51 90 per hundrod lbs.
' GRAIN Wheat No 2 sprine is diffi
cult to sell at over (2 402 45, but some
ire asking 82 15, No i is held at 82 35
2 87, but these rates are 23o .bovo the
views of buyers. There was but a limited
business done in winter wheat ' No 2 red
is held at $2. 752 80, No 1 it li 85, md
extn 82 902 96. Corn al from 55c
56o per bushel, for new. Oats 51c52c
per bushel. Rye, No 1 is in request at
tl25t 17, though f I 18I 20 was gen.
erally asked, No 2 is held st $1 10l 12
rejected is dull at 80cl 05, as in quali
ty. Barley, prime to choice fall is quoted
II 701 80, md tlie same grades of Stale
and Canada spring 81 20. - -
H OQ8 Dressed at $7 40f8 ner bun
drcd ; live bogs Id 252 75. The whole
number ot hops arrived in the eity since
Nov. 1st is 1,399 751.
I POTATOES Best kiud at $2 50 per
i EGGS 40a perdoxen.
I FRUIT Dried fruit remains quiet
Apples are quoted at' ?7o par pound
jor oomnern, 8o tor JNerthcrn, and
beaches 130l5o for quarters, ind 16
13c for halves. .
! CriEKSE-From 14 18o per lb.
! 1'Clrclahd Sfnrkclo
Cleve and, February 25 1 867.
FLOUR W quote is follows : XX
from No I spring wheat $12 2512 75 ,
do do from No 2 do 81 1 80(7(112 00 i XX
red winter $13 5001450; XXX white
lio oUtfW.-' r, -
: WHKAT ffefd at 82 60 for No 1
Milwaukee spring ; 12 36 for No 2 do do.
CUHJN Dull and inactiue; Old No l
aholled held it 7273c j oew do at 70a.
OATS Wge supply, dull snd in light
demagd; No 1 State jheld it 48o from
store, .. t x
RYE Firmer ial in better demand.
Held it $1 1001 20 for State and West
ra-No I from store. )'.". k - ,..m- ,?
; BARLEY Quiet jitid; nominally vh
changed: held at 81 1001 20 for No I
State and Canada; 8595o for No 2 do.
! PORK Quiet and steady. Nol mess
held at $20 00 : No 2 at $19; Clear at
LARD Unobanged . and in ..moderate
demand. City rendered in tieroce 13a ;
do in kegs 13 jo (.country do I20l2jo.
: DRESSED HOQ8 Reoeipts good,ind
market quiet and weak but unchanged;
medium to heavy 77o. '- ,'.,
SMOKED MEATS Quiet snd steady
demand' moderate, noma 15c; Shoul
ders 12c; Brekfi8t Bacon 150: Dried
Beef 20o. .
MES3 BEEF-Stcady and unchanged
at $16 00 for eity packed. - '
, BUTTER-Choioo qualitios of West
era Reserve tub : and roll working off
aiowiy at suyaie; oommon dull at 18
FOR It A'L1T!.r!rrm1t.nno. L
duo , i offer foj sale my pretniaoa, eon
sisliBfof anew frame dwl)iog house asd.
iwo acres or eooa proauotlve land situate
in 1hs town or Ahlnd at a craat iiimiii
It oust b sold by applying toon a (real
unrKtiu my oa pcouraa.
afr,pirti(ralBrj tpqitirs'at the "Times'
office. " '.' ' '
A Cough, A Cold, or A
' i Bore Throat,
D S1IOOLB I CHICIED
Irritation of the Lang, A
- Pemanent Throat Dia
, ease, or Consumption.
; 13 OFTEN TUB UFBOLTy -
Brown's Bronchial Tro-
! yivj- v ches. ;
Having a dlrieot Influence to the parts, giv
, finniediite relief.?
. ForBionohlils, Ai-thrta, Catarrh.Consump'
. ' live and Throat Diseases,
Troches are urcd irilh always good success.
8INGER3 ANDPUBLIO SPEAKERS
Will fin J Trcehcs useful in clearing the voioe
when taken before Eioging or Speaking, and
rtlieving Ihe throat after an unusual exer
tion of the vooal organs. The Troches are
recommended and prescribed by Physoians,
and have bad testimonials from eminent mcq
througout the coualry.- Being an article of
tru merit, and have proved their etfioacy by t
test of many yeara, each year fipd them in
new localities in various parts of the world,
and the Troches are universally pronounced
be'ter than othor orlioles. ..- ., v
i.Obtain only "Brown's Bronolnoal Troches,
and do not take ony of the Worthless Iraila'
lions that may be offered. 6old everywhere-
I NOV..26 6m24. . . .,- '
: Sr. Schenok's Pulmonic Syrup ' ,
i This great medicine cured Dr 1. U.
Scbenck, the Pn prietor, of Pulmonary Con.
sumption, when it bad assumed k most for
midible aspect, and when speedy death ap
peared to be Inevitable His physicians pro
nonuoed his ease incurable, when he com
menced the use of this simple but powerful
remedy. His health was restore, in a very
short time, and no return of the disease has
been apprehended, for all the symptoms quick
ly disappeared, and his present weight is more
than two hundred pounds.
Since his recovery, he has forded his at
tention exclusively to the cure of-Consump-tion,
and the diseases which ve usually com
plicated with it, and the cures effected by his
medicines have been very numerous and truly
wonderful. Dr. Schenck makes professional
visits to several of the larger cities weekly,
where he has a conoourse of patients, and it
la truly astonishing to see poor oonsumptives
that have to be lifted out of their carriages,
and in a few months healthy, robust persons.
Dr BCnENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP, SEA
WEED, TONIC,, and MANDRAKE PILLS
are generally allrequ-red in caring Consump
tion. Full directirns accompany each, so
that any one can lake them without seeing
Dr. Schenck, but when it is convenient it it
best to tee him. He'gives advice free, but for
a thorough examination with his Bespirme'er
his fee is three dollars. ' - -
Please observe, wfien purchasing, that the
Iwo likenesses of the Dootor when in
Ihe last stage of Counmptlon, and the other
as ha now is, in perfect health e on the
Government stamp. ' ' -
' Sold by all Druggists and Dealers. Price
$1,60 per bottle, or $7,(0 the half doien.
Letters for advioe should always be directed
to Dr. Schenck'c Prinolpal Office, No, 16 north
Cth Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
- General Wholesale Agents ; Demas Barnes
& Co., New Tyrk ; S. 8. Hance, Baltimore,
Md. ; John D- Park, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Wal
ker ft Tnj lor, Chloogo, 111.; Collins Bros. St.
Lonis, Me. (8w eamo lj)
0 J. WILURD & CO.,
MASUFACTUBEBS OF .-
. . '' : Office and Wrreroon, " v
KO. 627. BROADWAY, . V
We Invite Ihe attention of Dealers and 'he
public lo oar
NEW STYLE COTTAGE ORGANS,
With new and valnak e Improvements exclu
sively our own. The eases are the largest in
the mnrket, new .nd" beautiful in denlgn and
workmanship. Our Organ ore mde from
ihe best material, voiced with great ears,
haviig a smooth pipe organ qAalrty of tyna,
yet deen and mellow. Are r.ni bed in high
1; polished Black Walnnt and Rose wood Ca
ses, with double be low, double blow pedals,
knee swell &c. All. hav our new patent
tremolo atop with which Ihe most beauli.iil
effects can be produced varying at Ihe will
01 mo performer.-. . - , t
We desire one good aolivc Agent In every
County, who-wil' receive orr largest diwouis
send for illustrated price list giving full par
ti julai s, addrese . .-
; 0. T. WILLARD A CO,
Manufacturers, 627 Broadway Now York.
' O- J. MILLARD at CO., '
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOB THW CITY
1 AND STATE ON NEW YORK FOB-
I TUB CELEBBATED '
'fT7Atn TiT S Tr tlrtnmvin
Are strictly speaking first class and have not
failed to become lis leading piano wherever
introduced. Dealers will be supplied at Ihe
(Mlinn. T.arcra lllutrtttJ n.!n. M;
, . n - -- ...... f.v ..a g 1 1 1 il
correct likeness from Photographs to any
BuutvsD ud apputaiion, aaaress . it ,
'-'. O. J. WILLARD & CO .
Wholesale Agents, 627 Broadway Hew York.
. toa eeana
: Scrofula, Syphilis, Skin JDt
ease, Old Sores, Salt Rheum,
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, '
: Liver ComplaintsItheumatism,
',. . .. Fever and Ague. St. An .
Erysipelas, Tumors, Eruptions, '
Fits, Scrofulous Cotv-
sumption, eie, '".' ' ,"'
q m t y 1 1
: OKI peraoa writes, her daughter was enn4
- of File of aloe yr' lUndioj, mi Bk Vitai'
. daoce ef two yeara,
ANOTHER wrttea, bis son wu eared after ,
nil fleih had almoit wasted aw.j. '
1 The dootora pronounced the case tnenrabte.
' ANOTHBR was ourad of Fever and in of.
I tar trying every medicine In hia reach.
ANDTRER wu eured of few Sore which
had existed fourteen veare.
; AMOTUKR o( Hheunatina of eight years.
Oeaee Innumerable or Djinenila and Livaf
Complaint could be nentionod, is whioh the
Purifier and Tills work like m chavrm. .
THE BLOOD FILLS
At the moat acUve and tboroogh pSUmat.
nave aver been Introduced. They act eo d.
, reeUy upon the Liver, eiolUng ihat organ te
such an extent ae UmI Ihe tytlem doee not re- .
lapee into ita former oonditioo, which 11 too apt
1 to be the eaae with eimply a purgative pill,
i They are really a
! BLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
I .;, aad la eoaJnncUoa wits the
f Will em all the albrementlened dlsMiei, and. ' '
T Mt lkailllu bill A S
HtwaT4Taw. WHl (Wilt IJW Oil '
Eeadaohe," 'OostivonesSt .'Polio
Pains. Chftlflra Mnrhna. -,
' IndigeBtion, Pain In tha Bovreb, .
j-'- : "';. DizzinesB, &o., 4o, ; .
Stomach Bitters I
' Shoald be oaed ky ocnvaleeeenle te tnoathea
Uw proelralioa. whioh alwaya fbllowa aoute
Trr Iheae atedlelDea, aid yon will never re-'
: grat It, Aak your naighbora who ham aat
them, and they will aav they are GOOD
' MKDIOinalB, and you ahould try tbem ha
ere going lor a phytleua. .
PRINCE, WALTON k CO.. :
,.j v (SueeeaaonloCr.O.W.Robaek,) ....
; w soli paopaiiTORa, , ' . " -
Vos. ea, 88,00 as ea k. Third st
i Ar Sold by' en Druggists mAyf"
' : . Dealers In Patsnl Mediolnes -. v
, Bale oT fitcsjl Esttatf . .. - .
Bv Virtue of an order of sale h"rt hf
the Court of Comtnon Pleasxf At hiao J 5
jCounty, Ohio, io the ease of Julfctt ATol-
rngg vs. A i nut us Kellr.-j and olhera, to
me directed, I will ofiui il public aale af
ihe door' et iho Court llou.-ir in saiJ - .
County, nn-, ' . . . n '
Msniay, (Jit ilk Jay oj JLfureJi.A.D. .'6t
at 10 o'oKk A. M J of said daj, tlie Ll
Inwing. deitctilieil real estate, situate in
b Coun'v or Ashland, snd the State off
Ohio, to wit : Tart of the North cast quar
ter uf.tMCinn Duml.er mnetpen ,(19),
township twenty two (22), and range ail
teen (16), and bounded on the North by .
lands owned 6t Henry Hockey, 00 the
East by lands owned by John oinalleyf
and en the Sooth and Went by lau-taowil' .
ed by Mrse King, containing five snd .
one half seres.' AW sv j.art of lot4'
numler nineteen' (19) in the ineorprra-,i '
ted village o( Ash lard, being; 1 strip off .
the west aide of said lot' running the
lengththereof and lying adjseent tobnclf
street, twenty five feet in width ricepUf
ing the portion ot raid atrip bertuturer
sold by said Burr Kcllojg to one Eaoiuel '
Smith. T -. :
Terms of aale. ono thirll cash on they .
day ol sale, one third in pn6 anyone third!
in two years from day of sale with inter-,
est', deferred payments, io Ve secured M".
a mortgage on the jreafses soldV '.
; '' " ' ' Clpesial Master.
i Jan. 30ih, 18664 w 33.
NEW PATENT PIANO 8TOOL
Acknowledged by the trade and profession
to be the Neatest "and meet Salable Blool
Manufactured. We are Wholesale Agents
for this cily snd are now supolvint- the prin
ciple Musie Houses in New York with theae
stools, aud so great is the demand, that a
large factory has been erected capable of
turning out lv0OO stools per month. Dealers
supplied at the Manufacturers Lowest Whole
sale prices boxed and shipped free of
oliarge sen i for price list giving full par
uouiara anu correct iiaeneeav-r- ' j i
O. J. W1LLAKD k CO..
Sole Wholesale Agents, 037 Broadway N. Y.
; NEW MUSIC.
Just published sent to any addrcas on re
ceipt ot prioe. Teachers supplied at the
usual disoount. .. . .
Girls get a home of your own New sonn
' and Chorus by Tucker '. ; 80
I'll never forget thee dear alary eonaf
by Bishop 40
My bine eyed Jeknie Bell song by
Oh Annie oome back long and chorus
Tucker . J5
Told in Ihe twilight song and ohorusby
Crilley ' ' '
Don'l marry a man if he drinks song 30
I'll marry no man ihat drinks, resly to
' . the above 80
Beautiful form of my dreams (Lilh)
song by Danks . 60
When we marched to the roll of ihe drum
soag by Biebep i - go
Oh eome 10 me then whcB duvliftht eels
1 snng hy Baraford SO
Nearest and dearest (Llth)sonc by J.
U Thomas - 60
Give mc honest friends and true song
; by Tucker . 80
Do koi heed her warning, reply to gip
sies warning song by Tucker 80
Jenny who livei in the dell song :
U Thomas . - 86
Softly oe'r the rippling wa'ers song by
JHGhomaa, wiik beautiful Liibo-
graph of Ihe Author 40
Bells in distant lauds song by tucker 80
ihe light a-tep polka by Franoir II
Brown - . 85
Morning light Shotlisoha by HeaJon 3d
8unlight polka by Mrs Parkhurst 40
Banjo gallop by Mis Parkhurst 80
Somethiig pretty Mazurka by Airs
Beware, quartette words by Longfellow 60
Pretty Rosaline song by S Hoffman 46
I'm glad father's come song 80
Mollies welcome lo Pat Malony 40
ner heart is all my own by Uess 80
The ect beside ihe mill song by Call on 80
Swinging round the oirolo - .80
You nau hty, naughty man Soak la.
the Black Crook 86
now I lav me down lo sleep sons and '
ehorua by Walbridge . til
Blue eyes or black, song by F Baker 86
Stars of the Summer night, qunrtolte 60
Coming eomiug by and by. song by Ga
briel - :i - 40
We 11 go with Grant again sons; end oho-
Tushy Tucker .. , SO
Halt boys halt - sons- and 'ehorua bv-
MoNaughton ' , Si
Tho new homo sweet home song by
. . Madam Parana , - 60
Any music published will be sent by r
turn mail and part'es over ravine will re-
otlve their Buange witk the muvio. Address
O. J. WILLARD & CO,
21 81 , No. Cl!7 Croadwrty, New fjork.
To "VovaiaB XKen
ashed, Ina sealed envelops. Price
A Lecture on Ihe nature, Treatment; 'and
Radical sure r dpermatorroowa, orSemlnal
Weaknoss, Involuntary Emissions Sexual
Debility, and Impediments to Marriage gen
erally. -Noxveousnest ConaumDlion. Enilen.
ay, snd Fits ; Mental arid Physloa! Incapaci
ty, resulting from felf-aquse, A., By Kobtrt
J. Cu.verwell, M. D., Author of tlie 'Qreea
' The world reniwned aathor of this admi
rable Lecture, clearly proves from hia own
experience thai the awful conaequenoes of
Self abuse may be effectually removed with
out memoine. lad without Sabgerona rorgie
al operaiiona, bouaiea, iaelrumenlS. rinm or
oordiala, pointing out a mode of cure at enee
oertata ana eneotuai, by which every suffer
ef, ho mailer what hi eonditlon may be,
may enre himself cheaply priralely and rad
ically - This Leolure will prove a boon to
thousand and thonsands.
. Sent under seaL to any sddreta. In a ulain
sealed envelope, on the receipt of sit tenia,
or two postage stampi- Ateo Dr. Cnlverwel'a
"Marrince Oulda," price 25 oenta. ' Addren
Ibepubl.ahers, f HAS. J. CLINR4 0O ,;
1 2T Bowery, New Tori , Poat Office Uox 4ti.
,..l?reo Xp Kvcrybody J
A -LARGS pp. Cat Iorim. teaehinc how
rt. to Kmove iaa,- rreokltsv I'iwplea.
i.ioionea, aima- fwenee, eallnwneaa, fcrup.
lions and all iaapurillea of lie aklu. Haw to
ftrrot Whiskartv real ore, url and beauti y
tha hair, rearw Ike ag. tnr jraieaieea,
Nertona Dehl'lly, and ethrv atfl and vale
able information, Kvervbody tend tor itv
ddrem BKBGKR, bilVTTS 4 C(U Chan.
!)alt,286 Ulver Slreet.Troy,-Jt. T. ', v
. Deoi l!l..l65H.ly?8 . . -
5 ' '1 ft' Uo
TICK. ,--V-. t--John
Davidson, who' Mai'jAa in' I fr
Territory of Colorado end-. Msrv Ann)
M . . . ' .. J
menser wno resides in me state ot ln
disna will take notioe that John P. SftisV.
lev. adminiatratnr af th Aatntn nt Wil .
Ham Davidson, deceased, on the"80tr",
day of January A, D. 1807, file his pe-
ution in me rroDate Court wutiin and '
for the county of Ashland and State -ot
Ohio. alleoino tVtcl tha niraft-il Mtat un
said decedent js insufficient to pay hit)
his estatoj that he die-.l seized rrJfee.sinr .
Die of the following described real Mtatn.
situated in the county of Ash1ssdand( J
state of Ohio, ben the soutbaSl quarter .
of section thirty, f 30) townshipv twenty"-
save and ezoept fifty icrca of- the north
end, Dow owned by .Daniel Lehmso, sni.,,
also eieepting twenty acres he retfoits u
sold bv tha order of tha ProhaM floartaf
said Ashland eonnty: thatSarahDsvidsorr,",'
i as widow of the said decedent, is entitled!
to dower in said premises, snd that Wil ,.
Ham, Silas,; Hirata, Allen, Robert lii ;
John Daidvson, Harries Berry, Elitabeth -r
MeCarm, fiophii Csoper snd Mary Aanil
Menser. an his Keira at law. KeU nil nt
estate of inheritance therein. 'r'(
The nraver of the said retition fa fuw.-t
the assignment of dower lo said Barak -i
uaviaeon, and tor a sale ef said premlarw
subject to such dower estate, for the pay '
ment of the Abts snd charges' aforesaid
- Baid petition will be (or bearing on
the 4th day of March, A. D. 18C7, or at v
soon inereaner as eoonrai a ne nearox ; ,
- JOHN V. CM AIjLEY - a
Aim of William Daridana eWJL :
By J. D. Jones, Au'y.. "t r ,. .rT
T.....n on tOP.T ' -
BARKER & SLOAN, -
Having ataootated them ael vet im Ihe Bool
snd Shot tradt, beg leave to announce lo
tus pnblit ihat they have one of ike largtaw.M
andrbestteleotedRioekeol . ( K ,! ,
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Kverbrbugrri to kbit Warkei, oatiltin tt"'
ndajof HDIES aad OhrtTS'Btois aad
Shoes, first elasa and LATEST 8TVLK- ,w
Wteaploy nout but Iho ', -j j
BEST OF IVORKSatEfi. V"
. j- " a' ' ' ' ' v- rw .
aa4 ara aril In A. -11 iini. . k ...
order, that cannot be surpassed for dutabiuV- j
7, anunen anu rtaaonaDlt prleta. , . i, r.,
Ouf Stock Is Urge, aaJ Is prlircs w , v :-t I
' VKVY COMPKTITIONC,
-v. wuivi ni lUTiiw. you; IM
examine eur Stooi.; Beaember llieslaca.
MafyWit To foil, AHad, fob
v BARKER li SLOAJf,1'
umm. in. innn-VTi , . . . . .. .
. . OF CLEVELAND OniO. -'..:y '."',
Capita. St ocX, . SOfJ,OOfJ
Furtlier responBibility, " $200,000. '
OWoe.SCOVILL S BLOCK, lI8tPr
H W Lnetkemever. J HtorrnL . ... ;
S Thorman, 7" ; '-' ;P Deimor, ... .a
W Hoiael,'.r. ' .'. i V Oaensslcii, ,
FRSilberfr, . A Mayer,
K Hessenmnt-fler,'.' C 8ohenok,' M D
K Hayi,- 1. . ; II. BecltmaS,'.
Ph Kennfnser. .-. Q K C Weher.
fleo Weckerlioff, , fl Melcber,
rtt uoofe.-:..;' .,; - - ' j... ... v.- ,
n WLunittmaytr, , I E Kottenmuelffr. "
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