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THE ASHLAND UNION; WEDNESDAY MOBNING, APRIL 3,
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE.
M. B. PARMELY
HAS JUST RETURNED FROlf
1 New York City,
FOR PARTICULARS ENQUIRE AT
Wots. Mer. -W"..-.. ... . . . 1 8
ts, beat ... 10
b, good... 12i
tig, brown (standard;.. .... ..2U
do . 4-4 ..18
do . 4-4 16
n-jtingg fine brown.. .... - ....20
do do 4-4 18
do do ' 8-4..... .....12
Muslins, bleached, 4.-4... . .........30
do 4-4... .25
do 4-4 20
do 8-4 .... ....121
. Tiokings, beat 60
'do good... ................ .25
Stripe, beat... 25
Eld Gloves, Empress .125
ilose ladica (Nice) 25
The best line of
, ever brought into Ashland County, just
- opened i no. i,iuwn UhU.
GROVEB A BAKER, S
- (he BEST FAMILY MACHINE man
, . ufaotured, for tale at
; - No. 1, TOWN HALL
' A large stock of thoae elegant and atjlisb
Evening . i
STAR nOOP SKIRTS,
rt it No.. I, TOWtf HALL.
.,-"iV A eomplete liat of
' SPRING & BUMMER SHAWLS.
; ; ; atNo.1, TOWN HALL.
, r Call and see us- Come one, Come ell
to No. 1, TQWN HALL '
epri 3, 4J '-'v'.-
ASHLAND, : APRIL 3, 1867.
Rev. Mr. Mobbieon preaobad in tbe
Court House lsstSabbath morning.
We are nnder obligations to Hon.
Wm. Larwiu, and Hon. M. Mat for re
Another interesting artiole on tbe
onltore of Grapes, will be found in this
week's paper. " ' . , .
There will be a meeting of tbe Ash
land County Board of Agriooltare, at the
Auditor's office, on 'Saturday next.
Hon. Jobn Siiebman has onr thanks
for a copy of his speech on the bill organ
izing h I In the Southern States.
James MoCooi, Esq.j has been ap
pointed Chief Engineer of the Fire De
partment of Ashland. This is a good appointment.
The present season thirty-fire thous
and hogs were paoked in Cleveland.
Judge Van Tbcmp, MTO. from the
Fairfield District, has our thanks for doc
uments. ' " .
' The house of Mr. Hizir,, at the
Center of Sb'uBold, Sumtnit County, was
burned on the night of tbe 27th ult. with
fire of his ohildren.
' f Presbyterian 8abbalh Sohool and
preaohing were held in the Court House,
last Sabbatb, as the Churoh is undergoing
At a meeting of the Town Council,
on Thursday morning last, a resolution,
aooepting "8tar Company No, 2,". and
giving it the New Steamer, "Ashland,"
was unanimously adopted.
Dr. 0. W. Hill, who has been suf
fering for the last week with a severe at
taok of Inflammatory Rheumatism, is
slowly recovering.. We trust that the
Doctor will soon be able to be about again
Judge Thubman addressed a large
Pcraoooalio meeting at Mansfiold, on last
Wednesday night. The Judge, as he in
variably does, mlde a most able and ef
fective speech. -
There will be a meeting of "Star
Company No. 2," at the Engine Room,
on Saturday evening next, at 7 o'clock
P. M. Let every member be present as
business of importance will' be brought
before the Company.
Notice is given of a dangerous oouo
terfeit (5 on the National Bank of Jack.
son, Michigan, and of counterfeit $50
Compound Interest Notes.
V. R. Myers, Esq , General Ticket
Agent of the P.' Ft. W. 0. R. R., will
please aocept-pur thanks for a recent fa
vor. ... . , .
Persons having any "looso change"
to invest, oan learn whero to do so advan
tageously by referring to our advertising
columns. - .-.,.'
Jacob Bubton requests us to state
that he will be on hand as usual to sprinkle
Main Street the coming Summer. '
The Brewery team got on a "bender"
yesterday morning, and ran away. It
came dashing dewn Main street at a 2:40
gait, running against and breaking the
lamp-posts in front of Guth'a grocery and
tbe Miller House. No other damage was
done.- , . ' .
. W. D. Morgan has withdrawn from
the Cleveland Jlain Dealer on aoooont
of ill health. Mojir.W. W.Abmstboiki
assures his friends that the paper ia on a
paying and permanent basis, and that be
will keep it moving right along. ' .
The backroom in tbe seoond story of
BuFFENMYRg's block, bas been fitted up
for the use of the "Temple of Honor," re
cently crganised in this place. The rag
nlar weekly meotlng was held in the new
room on Monday evening.
Six persons charged with assault and
battery, were liberated -at Wooster last
week, in consequent of the repeal of tbe
old law and enaotmeniof a new one. Tbe
law of last session to send such oases be
fore a judicial tribunal was of no avail.
The Wayne County Democrat, be
eaurs of the mudy eondition of the atrsets
of Wooster, dubs that plaoe "mud-opolis."
Why don't you put on metropolitan airs,
like Ashland, and have your streets paved?
R. M. Campbill, Esq., Clerk of tbe
Board of School Examiners of this oonn
ty, banded us a communication in reply
to a letter reooived by him, charging the
Examiners with unfair dealing in the ex
amination of applicants for certificates.
We will publish it next week.
Statements of tbe condition of the
"North American" and "CornJSxohange"
Insurance Companies will be found in to
day'i paper. H. 8. Su, Esq., is resi
dent Agent for those Companies, and per
sons desiring to have their property In
sured, will do well to call on him.
Gen. 8 locum will eommenoe, in
short time, the eroetioo of a two-story
brick building, on his lot, on Churoh
street, between Sandusky and Main, He
intends fitting Dp one room especially for
tbe Post Office, wbioh will be removed as
soon as tbe building is finished. That
will be a goad location for the P. 0. .
The following oontaini the alphabet:
"Jobn P. Brady gave me a blaok walnut
box of quite a small 8'o," '
Cub, "ye local" of the Timet, takes
us to task for using "foul-mouthed lan
guage,? beaause we said he Was a mullet,
head, -and in the same article be applies
the elegant term- of "dorg-pap," to us.
Cub, better, take tbe beam out of thine
A light sprinkle of snow fell on last
An anti-swearing society has been
organised by some young men in Wads-
worth, Medina county, in which they fine
a member for profanity, and bny newspa
pers and books with the money. If the
young men and boys of Ashland Were to
form a similar society, the proceeds would
soon purohase a large library.
Thi Wat to Till. Ton oan always
tell a liberal business man. He advertises.
He keeps his lamp 'trimmed and burning.'
By keeping his business constantly before
the publio, he increases his custom, and,
as a oonsequenee, can afford to deal liber
ally with his patrons. . This is the princi
ple that M. B. Pabmilt does business
en, at will be seen by his new advertise
ment on the second page. He announces
to his many customers and tbe . rest of
mankind, (womankind more particularly)
that he is now reoeiving from New York
and other "cities of the East," one of the
largest and most -desirable stools of Dry
Goods ever brought to this market. He
proposes selling goods at lower prices
than have been offered within the last
five years only think oi good calico for
12 eta per yard, and everything else at
correspondingly low prioes,' for the trntb
of whiob oall and see for yourselves. He
has also a fine lot of Carpets, Brussels,
Ingrain, eto. But read advertisement.
t&" "Outside pressure" bas inducod
the editor of the Timet te get some one
to revise the articles of the "local" of that
paper, and thereby are exoluded many ol
the foul, indecent expressions that have
heretofore characterised the looal artieles.
"So far, so good ;" bot now tho readers of
that naner mrut bee him to tat nun nn
to teach the ignorant puppy , the first ru
diments of tbe English language. 8ee
following in a local of last week : "The
Thespian Booisty j" "they htm. our best
native talent. So. "The Fire Depart
ment ttand in need." It do. do it f la
another article we have, "daily additions
render it advantageous." In an
other, "MeCool k Stevens have made an
effort," &o. Well, that's cood. Tbe
sheep article is without hou and full of
blunders, and so on ad infinitum.
If somebody don't take care of the
young man, ho'll die young, very young.
Lo I Tax Cobqubbino Hebo Comes I
The Immortal J. N. he of tbe flowing
locks and open heart the 8oul of Truth
still liveth, and writes us" that he will
unbosom himself at the Court House, in
Ashland, on Friday evening, April 12th,
Anno Domini 1867. "J. N." is the
greatest philosopher that treads this green
earth.. Greece may have had her Demos
thenes, Rome her Cioero, England ber
Burke and Pitt, but to Amerioa to Ohio
it wu reserved to produoe the imeom
prehensible, tbe mysterious "J. N."
Come on great, illustrious patriot.
noble name and record bright you bave
won I May an amaranthino' wreath of
pretiols encircle thy Ciecronean brow, till
Time isl'susgosneilt," and "lager" never
drank. Maroh on, march on the day ia
not far distant when the people will an
predate tby true worth, and then, and
not till then, we II have a Union cf feel
ing, based on a foundation firm as tbe
. i ... .
eternal miiar .
Cleanino-Up Many of the most
eminent physicians of the country are
anxiously awaiting the advont of the com
ing warm season with grave apprehensions
of the re appearaneo of the dread epidemio,
Cholera, whiob. raged in so many of tbe
priooipal cities last year.. It is to be
hoped, of course, that these fears may
prove groundless. There is no cause of
alarm as yet) but in a cue of this kind
it is best to make assuranoe doubly sure j
and the publio ss well as individual safety
urgently demand tbat every proper by
gienio measure and precautionary safe
guard should be brought into requisition
to prevent the disease. In view of this
faot, now that we are just on the verge of
warm weatber, every city, town, village,
and bamlet tn tbe land should make every
necessary preparation in tbe way of gen
eral oleaning op to meet any possible con
tingenoy. Let the ottlsens of Ashland
not overlook this vitally Important matter,
but set themselves to work as soon as pos
sible to elesnnp and put in order .all
dwelling houses, out-houses, oollars,streets
and alleys. Let every one do their own
share and the work will soon be done.
We warn our people that this Is an im
portent subject, and if the work ii not
taken hold of and put through in time,
pestilence may dawn upon as in all the
fury of its wrath, causins- us to dearly r&
pent our negligence. '
Bitters That Ah Bittibs. There
are no bitters for the Stomach so im
mensely popular In this region of the
oountry as those now manufactured by
one of onr own residents, (Dr. 0. W. Ro-
back.) As an appetiser, and pleasant
an agreeable, tonio, they are surpassed by
no ether Importation. Having tried the
artiole, we oan speak from experience, and
most willingly reeommend tpem an inval-
uabte lomo.- V"!- - - -
Mianhibs There are some actions
that excite onr admiration, not because
tbey are indicative of high toned princi.
pie or moral excellency in tbe actor, bat
wanting in these,' possess qualities of vast,
ness which entitle them to consideration
and endow (hem with a oertaln degree of
respect. The petit larceny .thief goes to
bis dungeon oq bread and water, unpitied
and onnotlood." Tbe forger of millions
retiree to his elegantly furnished room,
the hero of a thousand sensation para
graphs. Joan Smith steals a horse and
is consigned to the penitentiary. Wab-
ben Hastings robs an Empire and is ao
quitted amidst the plaudits of an august
Xnglish Senate, p
A late writer in the Atlantie, Pabtom.
perhaps, elaims that the striking peculi
arity of Wibstbb 8 mental organisation
wu an inordinate lore or appreciation of
the rut. Mountains and seas, forests and
prairies, storms and earthquakes were his
favorite objects of contemplation. Had
WiBBTia lived in Ashland, there is one
individual here whom he would have wor
shipped for his rutness of meanness. .
We had thought that in the oatalogue
of meanness it had all "been recorded ;"
from the robbing of a ben-roost to the
etealing of itoh-ointment from, a poor
boy's hand in the street. We admit that
we were mistakes. Cub Chuo, an illit
erate pnppy, who spells Cur with a K, and
does the sweeping at the Timet offico, in
the lowest deeps hu found a depth still
deeper, We knew that Troth might have
the small-pox and Cub not need vaccina
tionthat Intelleot might have malig
nant typhus and Cub need no physician.
We suppose there may be some who
bave stolen more Written exercises from
fellow pupils desks and palmed them off
as their own, than Cub, though we never
heard or any such. For vaatness of mean
ness, however, a late transaction of Cub's
overshadows all previous exploits.
By importunity the nnmannered pup.
py obtained from a gentleman some lines
written by a young sister living in anoth
er part of tbe Bute, and at the same time
was shown in ooofidenoe a letter from the
writer, in whiob she playfully expressed
herself that literary distinction had been
one of her early dreams, but that more
matter-of-faot demands had caused her
to relinguish the design, and that now
she ealy oeeuionally wrote for country
newspapers whose editors were too poor
to pay for ber articles. The lines were
published in the Timet, and mash admir
ed by all its readers whose Us Us hare not
been vitiated by the namby-pamby stuff
generally fonnd -in ita eolnmna. A few
issues after, the following notice appeared
in the eolnmn of that sheet supposed to
be presided over by Cub, and oalled, by
way of burlesque, we suppos", "Local :"
"Just Right. Tbat lady whoso mod
estly said "she did sometimes write a lit
tle poetry for a country newsnaDer with a
limited oiroulation, out oi compassion,"
hu stolen a volume of Clark's Poems and
succeoded in getting permission from a
local tLditor to bait the book of the dor
Tbe low meanness that indited the par-
agraph will be understood when it is
known tbat the insinuation of plagairism
eonveyed in it is u false as malicious.
But this gutter wallowing was not low
enough for Cub It was not enough to
make a false aoeusation against a young
and defenceless girl; it wu not low enough
to betray the confidence of tbe brother
who had shown him tbe playfully written
letter of tbe sisterr-but, with the deter
ruination to aohieve tbe rut in the realm
of moenncM, tho pnppy marked his e limy
artiole in an enveloped paper and request
ed the' brother to direct it to the person
whose feelings Cub wu so wontonly at
tempting to outrage. Fortunately, the
scoundrel had forgotten the address, and
tbe brother discovered the contemptible
meanness before mailing the paper.
Farewell, Cor, you-moy survive the
age of puppy-hood yon will never reaoh
tbe dignity of a wellrbred bound.
Savi Youb Wood. The present
bigh price of wood in this locality is suffi
eent proof tbat the supply is deoreasing,
that it will be still higher in tbe future,
and that every body Is deeply Interested
in saving u muoh u possible. Especial
ly to those who feol interested in this
way, we say buy 8tewart's Patent Cook
Stove. We bought one some time ainoe
of Mr. M. B Disbono, and have tried it
thoroughly, although we had beard much
of its convenience and excellence for ba
king, and all manner of eooking, u also
of the very small amount of wood It re
quired, yet we must say, that, on trial, it
does more and better than Is ever olaimed
for it. ' Unlike other stores, if you hare
bat a small amount of eooking to do, yoa
need not best the whole stove. By a
simple contrivance all the heal oan be
thrown to one spot. This makes It pecu
liarly pleasant for summer. , '
But we pan not enumerate all its excel-
lenocs. Get one and try it; and yoa will
Say it is tbe best store ever invented. Mr.
M. B. Dishoro hu the exolusire right
to sell them, in this county, and keeps a
stock always on hand at the large Tin and
Stove Store of Pitib Disbono, just
West of the Miller House, Ahland, Q.
Firemen's Benefit. On Thursday
and Friday evenings, April 11th and 12 th,
a number of young ladies and gentlemen
of this place, will give entertainments for
the benefit of tbe Fire Department Oe
the first evening will be presented the
popular moral Drama of "Ten Nights in,
a Bar-room," dramatised from a Novel of
the same name, written by T. S. Arthur,
and rendered first at the National Theatre,
in New York, in 1858. Sinoe that time
it hu been played in all the principa'
eities in the country, To those who have
not read the novel, nor seen the play,
the following incidents may give them an
idea of its character :
PAST I. Exterior Vtltw nf "MnVla anil
Sheaf." Interview between. Mr. Komalne and
the Yankee. Sample's idea of moderate drink
ing. Return of the landlord. Scene 2 : Interior
of "Sickle and Sheaf."' Ex-mlller and happy
landlord. The young squire. The landlord's
wife. "We shall never be o happy aa we were
at the old mllL" Poor Old Jo Morgan, the In
ebriate. Little Marry in search of ber fathers
Departure of the inebriate and hla child. Quar
rel between Oreen and Willie. Timely arrival
of the Yankee.
FART II. The Yankee and the philanthropist.
Slade'a proems in tavem-keeninir. The land.
lord's enterprising ion, Frank. Quarrel between
we unaiora ana uu araniten customer. Tne
bottle and the fatal blow. Arrival of Hula M:
ry. "Father ! father I they have killed me !"
art in ine rankee and Ihe gambler.
Sample's definition of the word "gentleman."
The treat. The Yankee's desire far Green's
happiness. Scene 2: Tbe drunkard's home.
The patient wife by the aide of her suffering
child . Joe Morgan s promise. Mary's anxiety
for her father's good. Frightful delirium of the
poor Inebriate. "Come here, dear lather ! this
Is little Mary's room I nothing can hurt yoa
here!" Affecting tableau. .
Part IV. Tho "Sickle and Sheaf." The
landlord and bia son. Mrs. Blade's account of
the Interview with Mary. Samplo and the
yonng squire on a lime. The Yankee's story
about Uncle Josh and the poorhoaee. Tbe
fight, and death of WtlUe Hammond. Scene 2 1
Escape of Oreen. The arrest Scene 8 : Joe
Morgan's wretched home. Tho wife and moth
er watching by her suffering ones. Little Ma
ry's advice to her father. Despair of the lne?
briate. The child's dream. The promise.
"IT1 never-dclnk another drop of liquor as' long
as I live." The dyiag child. UeiKh of little
Part V. Tbe meeting of Sample and Mr.
Romaine, after an absence-of live years. Sample
a teetotaler. His quaint description of nutters
and things that have trasplred In CedorviUe.
8eccne2: Appearance of Simon Blade. "Frank
Blade, yoa have murdered your father." Scene
8 : The happy home of Mr. Morgan. Arrival -of
Mr. Romaine. Tbe resolution. The wife lor.
Sample and his new suit.
"A drunkard now no longer that Is o Cr !
Free, disenthralled, I stand a man once more."
On Friday eveningthe beautiful and
Interesting Drama of "All that Glitters js
not Gold," or "The Fsotcry Girl," will be
presented., this wu first plajeJ in the
Broadway Theatre, in New York", 1861,
and bad a long and successful "run,."
A number of new and beautiful tab
leaux will also be given on eaoh evening.
We will publish the programme in full
next weok. .
Ladies' Dbebses Those ladies who
have supposed that short dresses were
coming into general use for homo u well
u street wear, will find that tbey have
been mnoh mistaken. In fact, they will
not be worn much longer in the street, if
we may believe the Home Journal, whiob
"We have seen quite a number of short
dresses worn at balls and nsrties. this sea
son, and, to some, they are very becom
ing especially when thero is s pretty foet
and a.nkel in the case, but, as a general
thing, we do not admire them. For tbe
streets, as walking dresses, they are vcrv
appropriate, yet we have it from the highest
authority that they are going oat of fash
ion ; tbat, in fact, their day is past. The
latest style of street dresses are made short,
it is true, but they just clear the ground.
Ladies who have had handsome silks ant
to suit the present fuhion will be sorry
V sivni MiSrj uv VSVUUD
Yaluablb Adviok fob thk Ammo
ted. Dr. Stbiokland, in reply to nu
merous applicationa for advice, wishes to
inform those who era amic'ted. (lint it.
may oonsult him on all Acute or Chronio
It: i .... .
'ueuses oj letter, stating tho age, symp
ions, orc, wuo a ioo or two; dollars en
closed. Lr. 8. hsiohlaincrl
iety as an exnerienoed Phvsioian. hntl in
Europe- and America, especially in the
treatment of Chronic Complaints, after
oiuur uooiors nave lanoq to cneot a cure.
Those "suffering should immediately send
or a preBoriDUon. dv aauressinir i)r A
Strickland, Cincinnati, 0. ,
Aflor the 15th day of Maroh, 1867
the Union will be published on the lol
lowing terms l
One copy, per year, if paid in adVacic,..2,0(
If not paid within six months, 2,?i
u w.. yw, uu tuo exjjuauou oi me year..a,oi
These terms will be rigidly adhered to,
as we cannot publish a paper for $2,00 a
year, and wait one, two or three years for
onr pay. wur saoscriDers will govern
Wonderful but True I
MADAME REMINGTON, the world re
nowned Aslroloiist and 8omnombutlsllo
Clairvoyant, while in a olalrvoyant state, de
lineates the very featqi es of ihe parson yon
are to marry, and by the aid of an Instru
ment of intense power, known as the I'y oh
omolrope, guarantees to produoe a perfeot
and life -like piotara of Ihe future husband
or wife of the applicant, with date of mar
rlaie, occupation, leading: traits of character.
to. This is no imposition, as testimonials
without number can assert. By stating place
raf birth, age, disposition, color of eyas and
hair, ana enclosing any can is, ana stamped
envelope addressed to vonrself, yoa will se-
eeive the picture by return mail, iogsther
with aosirea information.
Address in confidence, Madame Oertrade
ttemlngton, P.O. Bos. 207, West Troy, N. T.
Bee. 12, ItHJo ljZd -
SSsThis is the season for Concha anil
Colds those suffering with such, os any
Affection of the Throat or Lungs, will
nna Dr. Strickland's "WoiliHuous Congh
Ttalsam" an excellent nmsdv in find all
bis Medio'no are worthy the oonfidonce
of onr readers. See Advertisement. ..
A Cough, A Cold, or A
UlQ JiaiS IMMSDUTS ATTMTIOf
AID SHOULD BS CHSOIID.
Irritation of thoLings,A
remanent Throat Dis
ease, or Consumption.
IS OFTEN TUB RFRULT.
Having a direct Influence to the pari, glv
immediate relief. '
ForBionehiUs, Asthma, Catarrh, Consump
live and Throat Diseases,.
Troches are used with always good success.
SIN3ER8 AND PUBLIO SPEAKERS
wjl find Trcihes useful in clearing the voioe
when taken before Singing or Speaking, and
relieving the throat nt'er an nnusual exer
tion of the vocal organs." The Troches are
recommended and prescribed by l'Lyseians,
and have had testimonials frtom eminent men
througout the oountry. Being an article of
true merit, and have proved their emcaey by
test of many years, each year find them in
new localities in various parts ol the world,
and the Troohes are universally prononnoed
be ter than other articles.
Obtain only "Brown's Bronchical Troches.
and do' not take ony of the Worthless imila'
lions that may.be offered, bold everywhere-
Hot. ZB omZ4.
ECHENCK'S SEAWEED T05I0.
This medkine, invented by Dr. J.-H.
ScnssoK, of Philadelphia, is intended to
dissolve the food and make it into chyme.
Ihe first ptocess of digestion. By eleansing
the stomaoh with bonenck s uanaratei'iiis,
the Tome soon retores the appetite, and
food that could not be eaten before using it
will be easily digested.
Consumption cannot ho cured bv Schenek's
Pulmonto Syrup unless the stomaoh and liver
is made healthy and the appetite restored
hence Ihe Tonio - and Fills are required in
nearly every ease of consumption. A half
dosen bottles or the SEAWfctD tuniu ana
three or four boxea of Ihe MANDBAKE
PILLS wHl cure any ordinary cos of dyspep
Dr. Sensxex makes professional visits In
New York, Boston, and at his principal Of.
See in Philadelphia every week. See daily
papers of each place, or his pamphlet on
oousumption for his days ior visitation.
Please observe, when purchasing, that the
two likenesses of the Dootor, one in the last
stage of Consumption, nd the other as he
new is, in perfect health, are on the Uorern
Sold by all Druggists and Dealers, price
11,60 per bottle, or $7,60 the half doien.
All .'etters for advloe should be addressed to
Dr. Scheack's Prinoipa) Offi:e, No. 15 North
6th Street, Philadelphia, Pa,
General Wholesale Agents; Demae Barnes
& Co., N- Y-, 8. 8. Hano e, Baltimore, Md
John D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio; Walker a.
Taylor, Chicago, III., Collins Bros. St. Louis,
Mo. .- '
Free from Mercury
ALL MINERAL POISON,
And -are, undoubtedly, the
best remedy extant
SICK AND NERVOUS HEADACHE !
A Jt as they do, by virtue OQF
y f a special afflnlty tor the w
mnoeoa mamhntnA a. .h. w i.
thereby removing tht eausse. Ala
tbsy oan have ne rival, being oom-
posed of the most
Powerful Vegetable Extracts
which have adlreet action ra the
SPLEEN AHD LIVES,
the happy efteot of which era be
seen adei one or two doses. Tbey
Remove the Bile,
In bet, they are, aa their name
The Life-Giving Principle."
They March eel dlseoe and
etrlks at Its very root, leaving the
system la tli full vigor of hifslthl
are PEHKOT'LT HARMLRSM T(5
INFANTS, OB PERSONS OrtHS
SATBH, SURB8 AMD BETTER
p Purgative Kll
H than hu ever before bam aniiM.
to mankind, and. h.fn. thiobi. an
d aa a REMEDY roR CHlWlKEX
awallowta a pill, Thy are, im
ii nZi n moil
- " wain.nuui
A.D MINIS THA fOR S SALE Of
REAL ESTATE: -In
pnisaance if an order granted h
the Probate Court of Ashland fyouotyy
Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auc
tion, on the 4th day of April, 1S67, at
1 o'clock?. M., upon tbe premises, the
following; described Heal Estate, eituuto
in tbe county ol Ashland and State of
Ohio, to wit; Being the south east quar
ter of seotion thirty (30) Township
twenty three -(23) and range fifteen, save '
and except fifty sores off the north end,
now owned by tlanwl Lehman, and alaoi
excepting twenty sere heretofore sold by
order ot the Probate Court of said Ash
land county, to wit: Fourteen .acres ori
the west side of the .110 acres lying'
north of the centre of the Orantre road.;
and six seres on the east side of the land .
lvintr south of the centre of tbe Oranze
road aforesaid, leaving (g be sold $0 sores'
more or less.
Terms of sate one half cash on the
day of sale, one fourth in ent year, andl
one fourth in two years Irom the day of
sale with interest. Deferred payments tot
do secarea oy mortgage on saia premises. .
JOHN r. 8MALLKY, Ad'mr
of the estate of William Davidson, dee'dl
. lij J. v. Johks, Alt;.
1 8 6 7.'
Have their ETOCS open for the trade. -
.' . AT .....
REASONABLE TRICES. '
8. B. M'ELROTV - '
JAMES DICKSON,- ' .
JOHN T..BHANB. "
BARKER & SiOC
A.RB SELLING THEIR STOCKO?
SETTLE. UP. "
All persons indebted to us are renuesl- '
ed to call and Bottle before the 1st day of
i ;i i no- .... . . . .
April, louf . ..... ,
' BARKER & 8LOAK.
tfearly oppotitt Tokh IlaUi Athhni O.
PRINCE, WALTON ft CO.,
ISooesMors to Dr. 0. W. Bobaeag
' SOLB rBOPRLETORS,
Hoe, 60, 68, 60 & 62 East Third Bt,
Are Sold by all Druggists snd ,
' Dealers In Patent Medicine
HOTEL FOR BALE-
THB subscriber will sell the GORHAM
HOUSE, la BaUlvan, either for cash or
trade it for other property.
- IAVID CLAUSE
Nov. 7-etnJl . ,
A. & 6. W. MALAY AY,
On and after Monday, February tUh, tX.
Trains will leave Ashland as follows i
;-. QoiNo bast.
Train No. ! Accommodation mail l;I0T. V
do do 4 Night Express,' 1:16 A Si
do do 12 Way Freight Ift2 "
de da 16 Express, " . . . S:62P.AJ.
do do 18-Nrw rrk Freight . 1:28
G01NS WBST. ' c
Train No. 1- Aecommodation ml 10:05 A. M .
do do S Night Express, , 115 P.M.
do do 11-.Way Freight, I;48 .
do da 18 -Express Freight, 10;08 '
do do IT Dispatch :0A.M
P, 8, Possengeri carried on all Freight
exoeptNos 17 and 18 by proouring tickets.
A Superior artiole of Cans Seed, the OencV
se-a-ne, l the Imphe speoiee, just re.
eeived from Messrs. Wellsr k II archer, et .
Muskrngura Co., Is kept for sale at the Bra
ef MoCool k Bteveas ia Ashland.
Harch 18,-8m59 ' .
.. ATTACHMENT. ;
LUihmrr, yltt Borore. t. Wrnfclr.
va tier, J.T., of MuX.
JohnHoKahan Do'Jeaa Tp., AsulaAd.Ce
oe his heirs or Admin- Ohio, - .
islralorsdsPt. . '
On the Oth day ef Marcs , A. B. 1807V sold
Juslioe I'sued an order oi Attoshnunt fur lha
subs of $28,00. . - . . .
. A, MulIART.
A 0 T 1 G E .
NOTICBls hereby glvea that the nnder.
signed have been (kily appointed and
Jaallfied aa Exsstara of ihe Estale ef Samuel
. Houston, deo'o), late of Green town. hip.
,. , WM. COWAN,
- - : H.J.. HOUSTON