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THE ASHLAND UNION, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, Al'ltlL 3.
ht slbnfl mm.
. J.J LA.VDI8 J. H. tAKDIS.
J.M. LAVDISttllKO., Editors
Aiblaad. t it April 3, 1807
Democratic Stat Ticket.
ALLEN G.TnURMAN, or Franklin;
DANIEL S. TJHL, of Holmes j
"Treaturer of Slate,
C. FULTON, of Crawford ;
' ' ; Auditor of State,
JOHN McELWEE, of. Butler;
J f RANK II. HURD, ot Knox ;
. THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton ; :
Comptroller of the Treasury,
WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of Williams
Member Board of Public Worki, '
ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga.
Election ! !
An "Artemus Ward Monument Asso
ciation" vis organized among tha news
paper men of Mobile last week.
There are fire feet of water in the prin-
eipal hotel at Unattanooga, ana many
families hart beon drowned.
It is reported that Maximilian intends
retiring from Mexioo on the first of Juno,
' The preparations for the military expe
dition against the hostile Indians of the
far West are progressing. A dispatch
front Conooil Blufia, Iowa, states that
troops are continually arriving there.
The locomotive now runs on the Paoifie
: Railroad to a point four hundred and fif-
if miles west of St. Louis, and the track
is being laid at tha rate of a mile every
For the first time in more than Bixty
years, the old Federal town of Boioawcn
in New Hampshire, east a majority for
4he Demooratio candidate for Governor at
the recent election in that State.
There are fire hundred persons employ
ed in and about the New York Post Of
fice. , The boxes for the rooeption of let-
: ten number 6,500, and require the attcn
tion of forty-two olerk. This deparmont
is kept in operation day and night, nnd
, delivers daily 150,000 letters, received by
mails and from the oily letter drops.
; "Bill Arp", has written a letter, in
which he remarks : "Bill Sherman over
ran the country, and destroyed and car-
, tied away our property, and now his broth
er John is finishing up the job by rob
bing us of- the rights and liberties oar
A statue of Henry Clay will be inaug
urated in the Court House, at Louisville
on the 12th of April, when an address will
' ' be delivered by the Hon. Robert 0. Win
throp, of Massachusetts. Messrs. Millard
Fillmore and A. H. Stephens are also ex
pected to be present.
Daring the first week in Msrah, eight
huudrsd and twenty-five emigrants, from
almost every county in Munster, arrived
in Queenstown, seeking passage to Amer
ica. : Three hundred and fivo obtained
bertha, and five hundred remained over
for an extra steamer. There has also
been a larger than usual emigration at
this early period of the season from the
' port of Londonerry.
A company has been formed on the
. frontiers of Western Texas io work 'some
copper mines which have reoentljflaoew
- -discovered in that region.
Congress adjourned at 'noon on the 30th
until the first Wednesday in July. One
' of the last acta of the Senate was to re
mind the role requiring nominations not
acted on to be re tuned to the President.
Those names before the Senate will there
fore romain there until they are acted up;
n in special or regular Executive ses
sion. "The Senate has rejected General F. P.
Blair u Minister to Austria, and General
H. W. 81ocnm as Naval Officer of New
CROW! CROWN CBOWI!
Great Demooratio Gains !
CONNECTICUT REDEEMED t
GABGE GAIN IN OHIO I ! .
Demooratio Mayor Elected in Cleve
land by 600 Majority !
IIIPI HIP! HURRAH!!
HUZZA FOR VERMILLION 1 1
The election in Vermillion township
was closely contested, but the Union-loving
Demooracy came out victorious, elec
ting their entire ticket by a majority of
twenty a Demooratio gain of ttoenty
teven over last fall's vote. The corporation
ticket, with D. Fox, Esq., as Mayor, wss
elected by -a largely increased majority,
Demoorats of Vermillion, nobly have you
done your duty.
Democratic Victory at Olunaa,
The Democrats of Omaha, Nebraska,
achieved a glorious victory at the present
municipal elootion. Last October the
Radicals carried the city by a fine major
ity ; now tucy are beateu by an average
of near four hundred majority. The mu
latto party is on the down grade'
North American Fire I ns. Co.,
OF NEW YQRK,
STATEMENT of the condition of the North American Firo Insurance Company
of New York. . .. ' .. . t.
,N the 81st of December. 18G6, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
) statute of that State.
T. CAPITAL. '
The amount of Its Capital Stock all paid up is.,. .............
. TT lOOVTO
Cash of the Company on hand, and in the hands of Agents and other
parsons.. ..... -- ---
The Bonds and Stooks owned by the Company .
Debts due the Company, secured ty mortgage ...
Debts otherwise secured ...................
Debls for Premiums, - "
All other securities....----
The Democracy have made large gains
in every part of this State. The Demo
cratic majority in Columbus is three times
as great as it was two years ago. In
Chilioothe wo have carried the city by
majority of fire hundred, a gain of two
hundred over last fall. Our majority in
Bncyrus Township is one hundred and
fifty-ono, a Democratio gain of sixty-firo.
The city of Fremont has elocted the en
tire Demooratio oity ticket, while in New
ark wo have made a olean sweap, by over
fivo hundred majority. The Demooratio
candidate for Mayor of Cleveland is elcc
tod by about 500 hundred majority.
The returns from Connecticut indicate
that the Demooratio candidate for Gover
nor, English, is elected by 600 majority
The Demoorats have carried the First,
Socond and Fourth Congressional Dis
tricts, certain ; the third is doubtful. Old
Connecticut has redeemed herself, and it
is a triumph the more to be appreciated
as the Radioal resources of the surround-
ing States have been exhausted to secure
the election of Hawloy.
How are you, Negro Suffrage t
The elootion in this place, on Moo day (
passed off very quietly. The Radicals elect
ed their Townshipand Bulfough tickets by
decreased majorities. Last fall . their
majority on Secretary of State, was 130;
this spring, the average majority on Trus
tees, each of whom received more votes than
any other candidate on the ticket, is only
116. Last spring, the average majority
on Town Council was 106. This spring
it is only 05. So, after -all, the Rads
haven't much to rcjoioe over.
The following is tho vote for township
T. S. Sutherland ..405
II. Spreng'.e ... 402
John Proudfit .411
Jacob A'ricAiatim... ....... .289
. John Doty.... ............. .292
John Keller 291
Average mojority 115J
Ohio Psncoast... .......300
II. B. Uerihey 301
M. B. Deshong ..
B. . Nelton
BUTLER AND BINGHAM.
- 'The Cleveland Leader froths and
4om like one possessed, about the "Bet
40" between Beast Butler and John A.
Bingham. Bingham charged the Beast
with having voted ift-'sevsn times in
Convention for Jeff Davis for President,
"' ' . which is true, while the Beast accused
Binghamwlu was Judge Advocate at
ah trial of Mrs. Barrett, with having
.' hanged an innocent woman without evi
deuce. The Leader say :
. "These two gentlomea ere fast making
. .themselves nuisances, and it is high time
that they were both summarily bottled np.
Witnin twees: tney nave occupied me
l- (lm of the House of Representatives,
and tttraotod tbe attontion or the eoun
i " . imo dobates, or rather altercations,
' ' in the highest degree personil, irrelevant,
V violent, and disgraceful to themselves, to
the body of which they art member, and
to tbt oonntry to whion tncy belong.
. . ' The Trial of Jeff. Davie.
. Judge tnderwood, of Virginia, hat
been in Washineton for several days in
cenfereuce with the Attorney Geieral re
spooling the trial of Jeff. Davis.'' It is the
Intention of the Court to have this case
tried at the May term, and it i under
stood that Chief Jnstioe Chase will preside.
H. 0. Hood ..400
John Bodine .... .388
A.L. Hilborn ...288
W: B. Gamble 291
Average majority -. 104
Aneuor. ., f
Robert Scott 1.898
Itaae Gatei .207
Majority . 101
The following is the vote on Corpora
tion officors : .
David Whiting, .......
M. n. ilanifield.
Majorify for Whiting.-...
W. W. Ilger...
J. M. Gorham. .........
Alf. Sheets ...
J at. Mc Cool -
J, P. Uowap.... ........
J. W, Springer ......
John Krept .........
i Recorder, '' . -
Robt MoMurray 271
V. A. Uumei 154
Majority. '. 117
. 1 ' Manhal , ,
David Rice ............'..-.275
Silo MaU...... ....140
Majority ; 135
MONDAY, MAECH 25th, 1S67.
The Senate yesterday reoonsidered its
action of the previous day in adopting
resolution for adjournment to Deoeiber,
and ordered its Secretary to request t re
turn of the resolution from th House.
Somo time was devoted to disoussion upon
a bill to allow tho sale .of war-vessels by
our snip-buijders U iriendly belligerents,
which was opposed by several Senators as
unreasonable in view of our Alabama
claims against England. The usual Ex
ecutive session olosed a rather dull day's
An unusual number of bills and rcsolu
tions were introduced in the House, main
lv of a looa) charaotor. Among them
however, was a concurrent resolution, -of
fered by Mr. Scheuck. and which was
adopted, providing for an adjournment of
Congress on tbe Z8tb inst.. to assemble
asain on the first Wednesday of Mav
Jane. September orNorcmlor, unless bv
joint proclamation from the presiding of
ficers of the two Houses, made ten days
before each of those dates successively, it
should bo declared that such assemblage
was not required by th publio interest.
A' resolution was adopted expressing the
sense 01 tne House upon the importance
ot securing, in tbo proposed new consti.
tutions for the Southern States, suitable
provisions tor popular Education.
The Senate passed the joint resolution
precluding the late rebel States from the
reoeict of anv Agricultural sorint until re
stored Congressional representation.-
no otner important business was transao-
ed except to pass the Hons resolution
for adjournment, amended by striking out
an tne aatca specmed lor re atsemt
which remits the question to the law
heretofore prevailing, i. e. to the first
Monday in December.
The House pasicd a joint resolution
looking to tne securing ot greater promp
titude in th payment of soldiers' boun
ties.' The greater part of tbe session was
ongrossed by a renewal of the personal
controversy between Messrs. Bingham
and isutler, which terminated in th pro
posed offer of a resolution by t Democrat
that certain declarations relative to tbe
execution of Mrs. Surratt made the sub
ject proper for renewed investigation by
the Judiciary Committee. The House re
fused to entertain this resolution, and soon
The Senate instructed its Judiciary
uomnutiee to enquire into tbe allegation
that 1 bom as, the (Senator from Maryland
bad, as Buchanan s secretary of the Tiess-
ury in December, 1860 remove all the
publio funds from New York, Ipaving the
payment on the public debt unprovided
for the implied ebarge being that this
was dono tor tbe purpose of discrediting
th Uovernment securities. A report
irom the J udioiary Uommittee completely
exonerated senators JJoomtle and ratter
son from all guilty complicity in the al
leged corrupt practices in connection with
the New York Custom House. Tbe
Aouse passed passed tbe bill to incorpor
ate the Lineoln Monunent Association.
The Senate resolution for an adjournment
was then taken up and amended so as to
provido for meeting in Juno and Septem
ber, unless suoh meeting were dispensed
with by the joint notion of the two pre
siding officers. A joint resolution was
adopted expressing the disapproval,. by
tbe American people, of the proposed
Canadian Confederation ; also another.
unanimously extending to lh npnnl nl
j . -. r 1
Ireland and Candia, the sympathies of
the House in their struggles ftir inde
pendence and liberty. .
nous and Lot fob Saw. Enquire
at the Unioh Offioo.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
; v VvJ'- X; of the . ' '. " "
OF HARTFORD, C0KN.,
On tbt 1st day of January, 1867, made to the Auditor of Ohio, Pursuant to the
Btatue or tnat otaie. , - , -
... o - 'v'1'-'''.'-
Tota! assets of -th Company ......
... 755,057 77
Thaam't nf T.iaMlilW dueornotdu t Unaks and other oreuitors
Losses adjus'ted and not due.. --
Losses unadjusted..... ........ . .... --
T . ........ ..Inn. fnr flll-thAT XltDICA - . ...........
m DuoyvuDv, .w(i.a - - -- I fl ftlQ 10
All other olaims sgoir.it the VOjapany.......
..... 86,980 55
Th amount of the Capital Stock, all paid up, is. .....;..
. II. A8BETS. :. ,
Cash on hand, in Bank, and in the bands of Agents in course
of transmissien..... ........................ .......
The Bonds owned by the Company, market value..........
Debt due the Company, secured by mortgage
Debts otherwise scoured Loans on Stock.................. .
Interest toorued... '
All other securities, Bank stook owned by tbe Company......
Total Assets of the Company,.................'..'...,
.: - III. LIABILITIES.
Losses adjusted and- not due..................
Losses unadjusted.... ....... ........... .... v
Total Liabilities...... ......
- .IV. MISCELLANEOUS.
The greatest amount insured io any one risk .....
. . . . . ;.l ah nnii
Tbt greatest amount msureaiu i any "----;-; v"":':.!'.. JSfcZXTh ereatest amount allowed by the rules to be insured in any
The trettest amouni auoweu y me ruiM m muiu in j -, - o- i -. . . mi - . ... .... .
and the greatest amount allowed to be insured in any one block No rule.
The amount of lis oapital or earnings deposited in tny othsr State, as security tor losses
therein, $96,000.- Deposits maae in umo as requires.
- 141,800 00
;!'!: 1,884 58
. .97,925 00
; 9353,415 53
. 30,216 00
- 115,000 00-
STATE OF NEff YORK,
n....w K.. Vnsr I D9
.Tm w. Oiln. President, and R. W. Bleeoker, Seerelsry. of the North American Fire
Inmranoe Company, being sererally sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a lull,
true and oorreot statement of the affairs of said Insurance Company, and that they are the
above described Of5oers thereof. ...
R. W. BLEECKER, Seoretary.
Subscribed and sworn boforo me, this 12th day of February, 1867.
fSiAiil ' ' THUS L. THORNELL,
StakpJ Commissioner for Ohio.
. . OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE,
Columbus. Ohio. Mareh 1. 18G7. I
II I hamhw MrtiflaJ tli at the foroioini is a eorreot eopr of the statement of condition of
n. .... n -. XT vL. J. i i 1 iLi. Affi.-
tne norm Amerioan lire insurance irompauy, ui n ui-&, uinus iu utu uiou iu iu vmuu,
for the year 1867.
(Bean Witness my nana ana seal omciauy.
isui. , JA8.WIU1AMS.
Chief Clerk for Andllor of SUIe.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To expire on the 31st day of January, 1 868.)
Omoi OF TBI AUDITOB 07 STATX,
v Coiumdus, O., Feb. Id, 186T.
. Wheross the NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, locstd
New Tork, has filed in this office a sworn statement of its condition, ss required by
.1 i nm I... T .... n. I.. ... l.....AM.J k. Ql.l. n CW'ttv"
lUO BCI " U regum.a xuauiuuuo vruuipauico uui iuvuiuiaicu vj lun v imv,
osssed April 8, 1856, and amended February 9, 1864. and the aot to regulate For
eign Insuranoe Companies" passed April 6, 1866 : and, whereas, said Company has
furnished the undersigned satisfactory evidence that it is possessed of an aotual cap
ital of at least one hundred and fifty thousand dollars, invested as required by said
acts : and whereas, said Company has filled
its corporate seal, signed by th President and
spent or agents of said Company in this State,
for and in behalf Of said Company aooording to the terms of said act of April 8, '56.
New, therefore, in pursuance of the acts aforesaid, I, JAMES H. GODMAN,
Auditor of State for Ohio, do hereby certify that said Worth American Fire Insur
ance Company, of New York, is authorised io transaot the business of Fire and Ma
rine Insurance in this State until the thirty-first day of January, io the year one
one oity, town or village, and the greatest amount allowed -
to bo insured in any one block no rule-, depends upon its
The amount of its capital or earnings deposited in any other
State, as security for losses therein JNone.. ...... .......
STATE OF CONNECTICUT, ' ,
UOUNTY OF XlAHirOKU, J
MARK HOWARD, President, and B.
THOS. LOBDELL, Secretary of the MERCHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY,
of Hartford, being severally sworn, deposo and say that the foregoing it a full, true
and correct statement of the affairs of said Company, and that they are the above
desoribed offioers thereof. MARK. HUWAKU, l-retideni., .
E. THOS. LOBDELL, Seoretary. .
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 8th day of January, 1867.
baau J rivfi ui.ni DiAnr j iiri.uii a., m . n uuuu, nuiuij i uv.
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE,!
Columbus, Ohio, January 12-, 1867. . : .. j ..
It is Heriiit Cebtifikd, That tho foreL'oinc is a oorreot copy of the State
ment of Condition of tho MERCHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hart.
ford, mado to and filed in this offioe, for tho year 167.
Yi uness my hand and seal omciaiiy.
fsEATj 1 JAMES H. GODMAN. Auditor ot State.
By JAME8 WILLIAMS, Chief Clerk.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY. -
Tb expire on the iXttdiy of January, 1868
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE, ")
. INSURANCE DEPARTMENT, '
Columbus, 0., Jat.uary 12, 1867. )
WniRiAt, The Merohants INSURANCE COMPANY, boated at Hartford.
in the Ctato- of Connecticut, has filed in this office t sworn statement of its condi-
and amended Februa-
Companies," passed April
5, 1866 ; and, WnKBEAS, said Company has furnished tho undersienod satisfactory
evidence that it is possessed of at least ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THOU-
8AND DOLLARS OF ACTUAL CASH CAPITAL INVESTED in stocks, or
bonds, or in mortgages of real estate, worth double tho amount for which the ssme
is mortgaged ; and, Wbcrsab, said Company has filed io this office a written in
strument under its corporate seal, signed by tbo President and Secretary thereof,
9d dollars, invested as required by said " Ctato ot Connecticut, has nicd m this omce t sworn stale
in this office t wrifen instrument under "o. " wqDlred b7 ,ho action of the act "To regulate In
nd Seoretary thereof, authorising tny " , incorporaUd by the State of Ohio, ' passed April 8, 1856, an
ate, to acknowledge service of process, ry 9 1 864 j and the act -'to regulate Fore.gn Insurance Com pi
tuvuosiuu omul uiauwaww a ve. l . . - . - - . . . . .
Tn witness whereof. I havo hereunto subsor bed mt name and eanaed the aumoruing ny gni or agonn or sum company in mis ainie io aesnowitaee er
seal of my offioe to be affixed the day and date above written.
JAMES H. GODMAN, Auditor of State.
- H, 8. SEE, Agent, Aihland, Ohio.
Corn Exchange Insurance Co,
STATEMENT of the Condition of tbe Corn Exchange Insurance Company, of
New York, on tbe 81st day ot December, jsoo, made to the Auditor of Ubio, pur
suant to tbe Statute ot tbat State.
The amount ef its Capital Stock, all paid up, is
Cash of the Company on hand, and in the hands Agents and other
nersons ............. ................ ..............
The Bonds and Stocks owned by the Company.
Debts due th Compsny, secured by mortgage.
Debts secured otherwise...................
Debts for premiums.......................
All other securities.......................
vice of process, for and in behalf of said Company according to the terms of said law.
Now, Therefore, in pursuance of the first scotion of the aforesaid act, I,
JAME-i H. GODMAN, Auditor of Stato of Ohio, do hereby certify that said
MERCHANTS INSURANCE COMPANY, of Hartford, is authorized to transact
the business of Fire and Marine Insurance in this State until tho thirty-first day of
January, in the year one thousand eight liundr. d and sixty cixht.
seal j . in witness VV hereof, 1 hsvc horecnto subscribed my nsme and
caused the seal of my office Io be affixed the day and yesr above written
. JAMES II. GOVyiA.ll, Auditor of State.
J. W. & Geo. B. Smith,
v ' in
AGENTS, ASHLAND, OHlO,'" -r
Total asscstts of the oompany.... .........
Losses adjusted and not duo....................
All other claims against the oompany............
Dan'l Slonetraker t Before M. Rust J. P.
vs of Hanover township
Welestin 8milh J Ashland County, O.
On tha 27th dnv nf HUrrh a. n 1HRT
aid JutfioA issned nn ai-Hai nf Att.o1.mnnt
In the above case, for the sum of $4,25.
"HO, FOB TEE:FAE WEST!"
All persons desirini to Emit rale West are
requM4o neetat Sullivan, Ashland Co. O.,
Saturday, April 20th, 1867, 1 'elock P. M,
ror tne purpos or organumg a tolony.
in union mere is strengin. .
BY MANT CITIZENS.
April 8, 2wsl.
Eight Thonsand Dollars of Special Bonds,
Issued by th Town of Ashland, can be had
on favorable terms, at th First National
Bank of Ashland is amovsts r bom $200" and
April!, 8wtl. .
Dayld Buffenmyer '1 Belor J. W. Smith,
. . vs j. r. or Nontcomtry
ueorge r. nouuon i ip., Asniaia to. U.
On the 14th day of Uaroh, A. D. 1867
said Julio iuuej an order ot Attachment
In the above aolionforthe son of 138,19.
The sami will be for hearing April 26th,
1807, ativu'uioea, a.m.
. DAVID BUFFENMYER.
Total Liabilities....... '.
Tho greaost amount insured in any on risk; (he greatest amount al
lowed by the mips to be insured m any one city, town or village,
and the greatest amount allowed to be insured in any on block..
The amount of its capital or earnings deposited in any other state, at
security lor losses therein..................................
54,526 56 1
135,050 00 1
' .342 60
STATE OF NEW YORK,
County op Kew York, S ss.
R. M. Mason, President, and Geo. A. Dresser, Seoretary, of the Corn Exohange
Insuranoe Comranv. beinc severallv sworn, denoso and ssv. that tho forecoinz ia a
lull, true and oorreot ststemcnt ot tbe affairs of tbe said insurance lompany. and
that the tney are toe above-desoriocd officers tnereoi.
it. r. WASUiN, r resident,
' ' GEO. A. DRESSER. Secretary.
Subsosibed and'tworn befere mo. this 18th day of February, 1867.
iTAMP.j . xuua s. uuuuiuuu,
eal j Commissioners for Ohio.
0? THE CONDITION OP THE
Security Insurance Co,
OF NEW YORK,
T)n the 31it day of December. 1800.
made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursu
ant to the Statute of that State.
I. CAPITAL. :
Tbeamountof ltsCapit18tock ' -
aupamnpls $1,000,000 00
. II. ASSETS..
Cash of the Company on hand,
aadin tbe hands of Agents
and other persons 180.046 88
The Bonds and Stocks owned by
the Company 881,872 60
Debts due the Company, eecurCd by
Debts otherwise seenrcd 106,300 00
Debts for Premiums . 74,641 87
All other Securities 180,880 19
Total Assets of the Co.mp'y 1,421,82589
Lqiises unajusled " $14I,3iO 88
All other s almi agulnsl the Com
pany 17,706 41
' , .. OfFici oi tdk Auditor or Stati, )
Columbus. 0.. February 23. 1867. (
Tl ia tir)v nurtiflod thai tha fnreiroinir ia a encrent oon nf tha tlAtnanl nf and the greatest amount allowed to be in
condition of the Corn Exchange Insurance Company, of New York, m.de to IJIIL
Total Liabilities 1168,066 91)
The greatest imount insured in anv one risk
on risk $6 ,000-as a rule, $30,000
The greatest amount allowed by the rules
to be insured In any one oity, town or village
men t of Its condition, ss required by the net . -"To
regulate Insuranoe Companieanot Incor. 1
norated by the Plate ot Ohio," pasted April
8, 1856, and amended February , 1864, and
the act - To regulate Foreign Insurance Com.
panieb," passed April 6, lai.fl- and, Whereaa.
said Company has furnished the undersigned
satisfactory evidenee thai it is possessed of
an aotual Capital oral leaatONE HUNDRED
A.NU FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. invest,
ed as required by said aots: and, Whereas,
said Company has filed in this office a written
instrument under Ha corporate seal, rimed
by ihe President end Seoretary thereof, au-
inonung any agent or agents i-r said Com
pany in this tjlaie to acknowledge serrioa of
process, for and in Lehalfof said Company
according to the terms of said act of April 8,
Now. therefore, In Durstiance ot tin acts
aforesaid, 1, James H. Oodman, Auditor of
State for Ohio, do hereby oertity thai said Se
ouriiy Insuranoe Company of New York, ia
authorized to transact the buslnesof Fire and
Marino Insurance in this State until the 8!st
day of January, in the year one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-eight.
In witness whereof, I hart herennte sub.
scribed my nam and oauwd the seal of my
rscAi- olnoe lo be atnzed the day and
year above written.
JAMKB M. GODMAN, Auditor f State.
By Jab. WiiLiams, Chief Clerk.
J. j. Jones, Agent,
filed in this offioe for the year 1867.
Witness my hand and teal officially,
JAS. H. GODMAN,
Auditor of State,
By Jae. Williams, Chief Clerk.
The amount of Its oapital or earnings dorina.
iteJ In any othor 8tate, as security for losses
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR. It LAW
T.nlirinnt'llla fll.lo will .A r.JfT,a,T'
pertoining to hU frolession. ifjounsel Klven
In either the English or Goruftu language.
. H. Clark, M. D. T. S. Hunter, M. D.
CLMK tt UVJTTEn
1 Stati, 1
i, 1867. )
STATI OF NEW TORK, V
' DODKTT or NlW lOBK. "
A. F. Bastlncs. President, and Frank W
Ballard, Seoretarv of the Seoarlt Inmran
I Company, being seTorally sworn, depose and
mj, nu iam -longoing is a run, true, and oor
reot statement of ths affairs of said Insuranoe
Company, and that they arttlht above de
scrihed oSoers thereof.
A. F. HASTINGS, President
rnano. TT.DaLLAKU, Bee'y.
BuDSorlbed and aworn before me, this 26th
, WAITTED. -Will some of our sub
scriberi bring us in a few loads of
good dry wood either stove or cord
owod. Don't all come at once.
. CERTIFICATE OP AUTHOKITT,
(To expire on the 81st day of January. 1868 )
Omoi or tbi Auditob or Stati,
Columbus, 0 , February 23d,
WniBiAt, Tbe CORN EXCHANGE INSURANCE COMPANY, located tt
New Tork, in the State of Now York, bat filed in this offioe t sworn statement of
ita condition, aa required bv the act "To rssnlata Insurance Comnanle not In-
-. 1 1 o I I
oorporatod by th Stat of Ohio," passed April 8, 1860, and amonded February day of Jan, 1867. THOS. L. THORN GLL
9. 1864: and th aot "To regulate foreign Insuranoe Companies," passed April 6, I5' sraair. ssal. Comm'r fot Ohio.
1866: and.whnraaa. said Comoanv has inrnished tha wndersiened tatislactorv I . ' - '
evidence that it it possessei of an actual CapiUl of at least One Huntf-0imS"Sfy'
j vu.-rn. 'a nn i ...j :5.j a ,-.... Colombus, 0., February 7. 1867.
said company'has filed in this office . written ln.lr.ment, nnd.r it corporate m.I, , "ntf SldWf .i'
tiened by the President tnd Eeoretary thereof, autbommg any scent or sgenU g.euritv insnranc. Comnanvof N.Yrk.
ot said Company, In this Stato, to acknowledge service of process for and in behalf mad to and filed In this. offioe for the year
of said Company, aooording to tne terms ot said aoioi April q, issq : ae-oi. . -
r t " i v i. -e :i T -i; rr n.J Ihal.1 Wltneaa mv Hand and Real nfflnM.
flow, tarreior, in parauauo ui tuoauia uurvniu, a wauius a, uuuniau, ami- . ' f.t, onnvim i.ji7.7 ,o 7
... r A... r. r.: 5 !,.., ..rtirw !,. ,A C.n,t Tnnr.n. Cnmn. v- . GODM AN, Auditor of Slat
, r Y , ' . i . -i r ; . " '--7.- ---r- i prja. Williams, Chier Clerk,
ny, of New York, is authorised to tranuct the business of Fire and Mann Insur-1 '
anoc, in this State, until th tuirty-urst day of January, ia tne yeas ono uoustnd Certificate or Authority.
eigut nunurea ana iiy-ngui,. , . ' , .. . . (To expir en the 81st day of Jan. 1868.1
im wiiuew wiierwi,
my office to be affixed,
H. S: See. AVt Ash
" . f O" " " yeva. has filed in this office a sworn state-
xiy-eight. .- - , - , , JT expir en the 81st day of Jan. 1868.1
f,l have hereunto tubsonbed my pame, tnd caused the seal of OFFICEOFTHB AUDITOR OF STATE,
d, the day and ear above written. , , JA8 II. GODMAN. Itsoaaxci DarAanmrr, I
.''.' . , , Auditor 01 Stat. Columbus, Ohio, February 7, 1867, J
Have associated themselves for the sraelle
of Medicine and Surgery In th Village of
Ashland: Special aUeniloa given lo th
treatment of Chronic case.
Offioe in briok building, Vest of. Stont
Dee. 12,1866J6tf r -
Acrlcullarftl Meotlbs;. .
THERE will be t meeting of the Ash.
land Ceunty Board of Agriculture at
mt Auditors Ullice, iu Ashland, on.
Saturday, April 6th, 1867,'
at 1 o'clock 1 M? A .full attendance ia
requested. . r .
aus ii mjl UIUHBIB ojmjgmuun win ai
so meet the lame day and . hour at the
Uierk's Ulnce, -
'- By order of the President.
V . B, M. CAMPBELL, 8eo'y.
. March 20-2w4I
FOB 8 ALE.-Circumstances in.
u ee me l offer for sal my premises, eon.
aistlng of a new frame dwelling house and
two aores of good produetlve land situate
in th town or Ashland at a great baioaii,
tt must bi seld hy applying soon a great
bargain may be scoured .
KjTFor particulars Inquire at th "Timsi"