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fr. W. HILL, FrONaUng Attorn;
ITEMSIOETHE rAUlTTDIDEE. 4 ln,f,in,i.uT! yttim
A few JiTi wo wb reoeid a comma- IptmnitW wbi Deoa ImiriUT
Diction fro' tjpwubl ut wortby J',d, ' of ob.w
oiUmb of onr eouolj, !iirglflg th Bowfl iT,. : j
of Bchool txaajpen irita npigir dealiog 5, Defino wit is nied Id pmmui
in "tie exainioitioB of ippliotqtt fof eerj I Cucti the iUU or eoadition of ooaai
liftfisica. ' who reipcei 10 oiobf w w""1""
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qoMiino) wert prrpuno ior mii won i .
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' WILLIAM HBLTUANi TwMttftf.
HM 0; Baowi.BberiftY ' J 1
- flBOROS W. DRIB) Bordr . '
JOHN BJSENE, Bprryr, . .
J8RIAL MABKLB, CsroMT, :
- WM. GOWAM, . )
' JOHNf'YAR NB8T, VComjplnjoBirJ
1HNBT WICK8;-,.;i .
5 WW. CRUO. iUttmtrj lrj)lort.
v R M ZOVERi ' AlhUnd. ' -: .
B. M.CAMPBKLI .-.
A -'BM V8 &BABJKFELTER, Biin. .
Cztraordlnfiry OrMorleal Feat
'bat'of tbe meet remtrkable-Mta of
BDdartneela e tjealitr which we ever re-.
meqibcr to btve nrara or eoniM to t
frobx YiotorU, VeoeouTer' Island, wp
the Eiamintr,' In the legiflativo aaaam-
-bly of 'hat plate, we are told that Mr.
Leonard MoUIara epoke MVentten notfrt
We i make, I. diionminatioB between I JL. :.-....' k.L .l ..i ? proper to be plaeed in tbt game category
aemmer ted winter teacher. Tboee p- ' 1 iniWerea J . . with the exertiong of thoee ambition pe
tending to teaph wrat.er wb.ool, be tee, 5 Wri ' - , of ,,,, b deatnenj wno, for wagere waiaea etnoa-
male or female, we thiuK ihonm poi.e.i potBB,.1Mode - wna mile, in a tnonsano nonr.. u may
of tbe board bill belae them when they - FiMMiK'i BBHWitOa Ihuraday
exaoimed btm. Now, in alL eemugneaa, UndFriiey evening!, April II th and IZU),
iao't this beaaWfol and. eredilabl work L.Mmk;,-f . .,! i.ntl.man
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i lereand another for female, wbicb. we k,
" j toft leaee to infqipi Up If mhtake, rjJJJT
v.. 41,. ..j .v.t withottt janaij or iltig down.
,artrftomn0.e it ' ' W i" "'"'gM PP
fur a oomnittee of Oongreu charged with
an loTeeticatioa er the conduct of the
President of the United fitate to be at f
m l it (lightlf fareieal to boot for high
'ffihnti and 'miedemeanon under board
and wishing Bin a. Wiliard'i. Ia the
offense for which a President may be im
peached likely to be bidden away in inch
d obacnr place as thatf" ' MACK.
higher qoalificationa than those who
tracn in sapmer j irom toe rasi ipat in j
mab Al mm Mlinnla l.vfVA aAnlftra Anil I
lb teat, do pot attend ip anmmer. ill , 0 lh, IOH0Wi.
majonty pi pur acnoois, in sumcer, a u c)etrTo bless ia to be
nign oepreepr apnoiannip is pw re.quireo, , u foQt , h
Ve oIll f Aanhitra nhnnlfl lr nrtDI MtMafAiwii I . . . T. 0 '
' rH" .. . : Jm truth U clear
A 10 ipa potTfp 01 -Fiurmin,
baye but little to say. Tbe aubjoiped qnes-
tion ana answer win enow me magni. , BomiDllUw to i
tuae or our oneneein roiusing to grant a j..erb irregnlar intranstire indieatire
eeniDcateto tne oangnwr 01 me auar- ,...r.n.. .; Mr n.r.nn
.yiv. -'"'---- r :v. . ainirular aereeinz witn it aubiect truta
iYi-h. hn wri.i.ff ei'y be snpposed that McClure'i speech
This is an adjective qualifying truth
Truth nonn common third person sin-
I lion tt any time, and we would be glad
for any one, duatisned, to examine them.
We know bow natural It la tor fathers
lo s'aee a high estimate on the (inalifioa-
tiona of tpe children, wnpm -toey expect
lo nil the teaobers' atation.
We ere not responsible, Mr., li you
. I..0, jrluo, Cashier, HfJ.ETpia.Prea
OF ASHLAND. OHIO.; ; :
Dtreer. . .
, HULBBBT LtTTHEB. ( 0. B; TOPPING,
- JACOB GRAtt,-.;-1 ; J. O. JENNIM3B bare been misled by tbe opinions of teach
jAlfll POBDT, r j era under whose ehsrge your daughter
- axeleaiTtiy ananaing nosinea vny awi 11 been placed. She may bare studied
V fM Bauer Asonaagoiittyoia, isvuuui vy
9 Bell BeTenue aid Poitage Stamp
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BAKER, BATTLES St CO.,
; Ceatera In Gold, Silver, Exchange U. 8. Bondi,
Unenrrant money, Revenue 8Ump, Ac.
, Dlsconnt approved papei pay interest on
lima aepotfia, ana 00
Clear adverb modifying i
To bless 1 to be blest
To bless verb third person itngnlar in
I verb irregular Intransitive indjcatjye
mood active voice
. to be. verb irregular Infinitive mood
The rule i a foot in length
The adjeetive oaaliiyipg rule
UnU nnnn AAmmnn lliirft naraim tnil
nnmnitt hKA nv fnnt . n vnn flaw I. B
. ...,.... ... ,,.., --i m,t neuter nominative ,
and become perfectly famiiw with "Pen jj Terb rregulW intrn.itjve idiqt.
r . " 1 1" T3 r ve tniro perspp singular
point out a .ingle example in Kays Ar- ; A ,B'dete ,rlio,J hehae-m foot
liumeiio sue mniiut auita. tvo win noil ( Pol
take issue with yon on any of these points i
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lUl KIT JVH IHB UUl.DllVUa VII OillllUlVlIU
and GrtBiaiar and ber answers, and per-
Foot poun pom moo neuter third person
the relation bo-
rait even you to judge of tne resnjA per
bspt you msy eonolude that a great out-
race was not perpetrated after all. Tint
yon may nodersiand bow to arrive t a
ptent was greater tban-tbat which moved
Edmund Burke when, at the trial of
Warren Bastings, after pouring out for
fourteen hours a torrent oi impassionate
eloquence, the majestic mind collapsed
under the foroe of -physical fatigue, end
he foil fainting in the arms of bbendan.
But we know of no instance of stubborn
tenacity equal to this of Mr. McClure,
and tbe cause was one whish should make
him famous ia the annals of the British
A vsV aeo a larce quantity of land in
and about Victoria was seized by the Gov
ernment for arrears of taxes, and was by
it held on the understanding, expressed
and published, that the owners could have
and repossess their lot py paying tne
taxes due within a twelvemonth after their
seizure. But it became known a few
days before tbe expiration of the allotted
term that a plot was on root, hatched by
the Government and backed by a venal
majority 10 the bouse of Assembly,. to
pegs a bill authorizing the Executive to
repudiate its contraotg with tbe land-owners,
refusing to accept payments of arrears
and seising npon and retaining perma
nently the disputed lot. J wo men in
the House opposed the measure. Their
name were Amos de Comos and Leonard
McClure. They knew that they bad
of this plaae, will giv entertainment 'for
tbe beoent of tbe tare jjepartifteni. ut
the first' evening will be presented (be
popular moral Dram of "Tan Nights in
a Bar-room," dramatized from a Novel of
tb game name, written by T, 8. Arthur,
and rendered first at the National Tbeatrei
10 preposition sbowa
tween leneth end foot '
Length noun common neuter third per
son lingular objiotive
If a certificate ahould have been issued
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cNErtAL BANKlIl D DUClNtodi liair conclusion, we vrcnld atate tbat we on tbe above showing, we should hive I nothing to hope from their compeers or
nreseni ten OUesuons ID (SCO nrancn ana l.amo nn tn unnt nrlintn nn domind. iruia uoTemuieni, uuu uicy urcuan-u
require correct answers to six, as directed ttt. i. . , . ... .... tbomselve accordingly. The Houso bad
bv the State School Commiaiioner. We . "-'Vu'":" made op it mind, wi'h these two ex
tWt dmre fifty per cent, teacher if we l D, ,n tne ,am9 B0, 04 ? 0nlinul"e eptioni, to rush through this obnoxious
csn have better. tor in iasi year or two, we nave oorne Dill on tne aay oeiore tne tweivemonin
Tbe following are the qurttion and insult after insult, without savin i anv- expired. -
answer left by Miss--- ,. .v, 1. v . . ! There was but one way lo prevent this
. . v t - i iuiuk vuui it nun nc an t siig iuui 1 ... . . .
1 I ami in warn onnn Ail ronltifnlir I In thA
posuge ana yVia exposure j tor alter ibis hou,e beiD opened) Mr. McClure rose to
OPPOSITE the MeNulty Qous. Ashland. 0
at.- Millb. Proprietor. (Joed aeoonnioda
tiai ail reaaosabU bllla. ratropage a.o
jacJrvLTi novae, r
W . MoSCLTI", Prop , etor. fotttji Bid
. Mal.?trtSAsUian-.uwo , , .;.
i li ARITHMKTIU. '
Whatis ratio f What is
name will not be concealed.
B. M. CAMPBELL.
.- Cl't of Board,
tr. a. JNext week we may puoiish a
letter reoeived from a disappointed lady,
JOIIJX J. JTACOBS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Aabland, Ohio ' AU
. klada'of busineii tdonaini to the Profia-
'aion aromstlv aiiended 10. Office : the one
lately oeeupted by . T, .obsiton. ep
l-poait the iirit National Bask, Ashland
Batio is dividing ope- ppmbpr by in-
other of the earn denomination. Pro
portion i in equality of Ratio. : "
2. W bat ia the difference between bank
interest anil sinple ipterestr
fiimnlA inlAfAnt la an allitvanoa -mada
by the Bo;rpwr to the lender for fhone f$ E' ,eord of h.er eain''J
or money. . . . I ; -. - - a. xu. u
Bank intereit is phat Jtht tfank pay , - 1
for tbe use of money. . ;oi W9J-IH Crjinjt ADom
tl Pannnivtal mIa rt awnnf Attrl In fat. I
... u.n i in,, 8'n i),. im.J Tb Zatimilb (Ohio) Conner is re
m. C J iL. r 1L T a. I .nAnaikL tin thin Inlliwiniw
AltORNET iT LAW. West Balem, Ways
aauniy. Ohio, will attend promptly lo all I
Jkatineas ia aia proleuioa. .
bis feet, tbe time being noon, and kept
the floor until 5 o'clock next morning
ror styjnteen hours beoontinued to speak
while every effort wa made by the pur
cnaBeu majnruy 10 pui uim uuwu anu urs
him out. With a mnroilers unanimity
they refused to allow him to lean against
the table, to put bis foot upon a chair for
a moment, to relieve himself Irom the irk-J
someneciof bis position by resting bis
baud upon anything, or to speak, in short,
in any other than ' rigidly 'erect and un
supported attitude. During .the whole
ot tne time tney reneveq eacn otntr at
' fRrom the London Times. J
ThrllUog Bceu3 In a Menagerie.
On Saturday night, about 12 o'clock,
after the dismisssl of the public from the
exhibition, 1 fearful bowling and general
disturbance was beard in the tigers' com
partments of Stevens menagerie, wbion
had enterad the town of Guilford on the
previous day. : Immediately on hearing
tbe poise, threeof the keepers proceeded
to the particular van in wbicb were the
cages of the boars and tigers, acd on ex
amination they discovered that a large
and powerful blaok be-boar bad forced
his way through the partition .into tbe
tiger'' den. This Istter was occupied by
three young Bengal tigers, and it wa.
found that a tearful combat was ragtag
between the infuriated beasts, in which
the bear sppesred to be gaining the sd
vsntage. After vainly using every
mean to part the combatants and to in
duee the boar to retire into hir own quar
ters, the keepers determined tbat the only
way to prevent a fearful catastrophe was
to destroy the bear. . Accordingly two
of them loaded their firearms with alogs,
and, both discharging their pieces togeth
er, shot the bear dead ; while tbey at the
tame time wounded two of the tiger so
severely that 11 is feared they will have to
is It Retribution.
Paring the war Bollmeyer, a Demo
cratio editor in Dayton, Qhio, wa mur
dered by'a black-hearted Jacobin, who
was acquitted hy a radical Jury,' and
Judge I Some three year have elapsed
and the County Clerk, the Sheriff, and
about one half of the jury aro dead, while
the lnramous Judge, who outraged joe
tics at the trial, I in a lunette asylum I
Jim Lane, while hi hand was yet smo
king with the blood of murdered victims,
wss elected to the office of (J 8. Senator
by a Puiitanio-Legislatnre. lie has since
committed suioide. Mr. Barrett was
murdered by an illegal military commie
sicd. Preston rung stood at tbe door of
the White house and prevented ber
daughter from seoinc the President and
drove her sobbing iron) tbe steps. lie
has unce drowned himself. Hftark C7pun
Just published sent to any addnm s re
ceipt ot prise, '4'tcbra supplied tfce
Uoul discount.- V; vj, ,'" ,
.- : -. . ... fewle.
Girl gat lame of year ewa StwaoEg
and Chora hy Tnoker ' .'',;
I'll never forget tie tr -Marr f
My blue eyed Jaxni BelV-soeg by
OB A eelt eome back long 4B ehora
Told In thetwillehl and sharps by
10 Saw Iork, ie. 1$68. ; 8iM0e-W Aunaj Crillee ce-r-t: "L--1---
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it has been played ia " all the . principal
cities in the country. . To' those who bav
not read the novel, nor soen the play,
tbe following incident may give (beta in
idea of its character : . ' ,
Part I. Interior View of "Sickle and
SbeaC" Interview- between Mr. Romalno and
the Yankee. Bamnle's Idea of moderate drink-
log. Return of the landlord. Scene 2 1 Interior
of "(tickle and Sheaf.
fcx-mlllM and nsppr
at the old mill." Poor Old Joe Mornn, tbe In-
landlord. The vouna- aoulre. The luidlon
wife. "We shall never be so happy as we were
ehrlate. Little Marrr In search of her lather.
Departure of the Inebriate and his child. Quar
rel Oetwecn Qreon and Willie. Timely arrival
of the Yankee.
Past II. The Yankee and the philanthropist,
Blade's progress In tavern-keeping. The land
lord's enterprising soft, Frank. Quurrel between
the landlord andhls drunken customer.- The
bottle and the fatal blow. Arrival of little Mary-..
"Father ! father I tbey bare killed me !"
Part III. The Yankee and the gambler.
Sample's delnltton of tbe word "gentleman."
The trait. The Yaukee'a desire lor Green's
happiness. Scene It : Tbe drunkard's home.
The patient wile by tbe side of her suffering
child. Joe Morgan 1 promise. Mary's anxiety
for her father a good. Frightful delirium of the
oor meoriaie. "Lome nere. auar iainer : mis
1 little Mary's room! nothing can burl you
here! Affecting tableau. "t
Part IV. The "Sickle and Bhear." The
landlord and his son.' Mrs. Blade's account of
the Interview with Mary. Sample and the
young- squire on a time. Tbe Yankee's story
about Uncle Josh and the poorhouse. Tbe
fight, and deatb of Willie Hammond. Been Si
Escsdo of Green. Tbe arrest.' Scene S: Joe
Mortran's wretched home. The wife and moth
er watchlne- bv ber sutferlna- ones. Little Ma
ry's advice to her father. Despntr of the lue-
nnaie. i ue cnuu s aroma, i ire promise.
"I'll never drink another dron ol'llnuor as long
as I live." Tb dyin child. Qeatb pf MtUe
Part V The meeting- of Sample and. Mr.
Rduuine, after an absence of live years. Sample
a teetotaler. Ills quaint description of matters
and things that have Inspired in Cedarville.
Sei-ene 2: Appearance of blmon Slade. "Frank
8ladi: vuu Luve murdered vnur father." Scene
S-. The' Impuy borne of Mr. Morgan. Arrival of
Mr. Romalue. Tne resolution. The wile joy,
Sample and bis new suit.
"A drunkard now no longer mat la 0 er '.
Free, disenthralled, I atand a man once more.
On Friday evening, the bssutiful and
interesting Drains of "All that Glitters ii
not Gold," or "The Fsctcry Girl," will be
presented. This was first played ia the
Broadway Theatre, in New York, 1661,
and bad a losg md successful "run."
A number of new and bosutiful tab
leaux will also bi given, on ewb evraing.
We will p iblish tb programme in full
ner eent end interest ii niven -divide tbe Re. Samuel Clawson. a Methodist
riven ln'st bv the In'st of the' Prinoical nntaehr of euientria mannsra. anmelimea interval, eoiog out god procuring such
at the given rate per rent, for oil year called tbe "wild man," waa-very populr refreshment as they needed, and alwsys
he ounlient Will he me time. - n Wlnrn Virginia anms twrntv veara I quorum in toe conso. )r uen Mcuiure
4. The smaller of.two number 1 2 9 sgo'. He was cross eyed and wiry made. nk exhausted into hii sent, s the light
of the gr ester, and their difference is 21, and very dark skinned for a white man.
- 4 I It lh. am lap Ifl V VI Til. ftv.al.. malt I -1 ... ... ..A.l.l.l. in . .h.l. .
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Ashland. 0 fartio- , ..... i..i.- 1 ,vl jrir . ' ri1' r i.i.i?
.iarattsntUn paid t. Col ec. ., ; - - - 7 - 7 - -- ?-- .W fe'
f !n'.' v ... ,. .'a n..nn.v. . I R nd 7.9 enoal 27 iha differenea ia 21 .ni .ii. t...inr in . n.ltin i txJnni I of tie diseuted uisioritv, be exclaimed
snsi. siiwtga nsiu anu 1 i. i I " - - - ... r i ....... - i - ' i . - -
1 ,1 .k. .. .h J 97 vr. T .V. ..I J
ipv Huwvii. .0 v m. . I cuurcu. jr. X cavo ilia ujivrou
8 How much wheat must V tske tf nreacher the hint, and of course Clawson
mil), ,to take home lust one bushel, tfter wa invittd lo proaah.- He did so, and
giving wBujiucf iub uHs-icuiu oi an a laming ins sermon satin impulsive ai-
tooji lor ton i ncaos to shouting all over tne nouse.
Notanawerei. ' ' hfbij fn torn ot CIwon to extriva
6. A Udder 82 feet long ilipdisgainsl I MB't words land scions, and be leapod
a house, the foot on the ground, op t level hut of the pylpit like a deer, and began
L . r.m.1 . .i. i.i.i. with tha inundation oi the nonae. and is ia tarn th. hartiifl F ih. unlnrnd hiwth.
ml bi rOiborn It Curtis, on Church feet distant from it, how high on the pal). rn spd i t quite happily. 11 wept nd wearied ohampions of honesty looked
ii. i. s.Ki.edOhlo.1 Also u- .ill i rimnh t ' " ' ' 'en. w Tk.. ...;.. ihrnnh th. round with Dardonable exultation npon
..inw...i-- If" r : . - - Iff J"- p. .-R .....- .-- . . , , , -
though by tb ttoTernmBn. pryu.. $01 answred. I.erowd be fotjad brother li- , nd sit- tne man laoes oi uuugm uu uoawu
rensioa fc'ertincaiea, . , .rr. 7. Divide JO I by BOli ni xtrat Ih tine down bcaid him ha threw his arms
square root oi the quotient. ' I around his neck, and, with the tear
"mi :raMSlMjl s
i n square root pi jwio oivwea ,vi streaming-down his race, be said : "Hrotn
ia 8 872 ' gr R , I tlmogt wish I bid been born
8. I bonght500 worth of goods which a nigger. These folks bare more Telig-
I sold at a lose of 12 J per cent., I then loo than we have." "Well, well," said
invested the proceed in other good, brother R -, "you com so near to it
which J. sold at a pront ot i per cent ; ny mat yon needn't try about tt."
till two transactions, wnsi per cent, am
I makion the fist Investment f .
The percent gained 95 0-21
fl. If SO men in 40 hours can dig 80 en
bio yards, how many men who are stronger
T.J. KaaiT. a:!. Cawmh.
ivmnHHrs AT LAW; Ashland, O.t Offloe
, en Churoh 8tret, In thebrlok building im-
mediately IVsat ef Cahn's more.
w. T. Jou.rsjvjf .
".. kadRaekPav. " d ' l
. A TTnB.HET and Counsellor at Law. Ashland
Ohio. Offloe in the Brick Building oyer
Blnger' Hardware our.
of snothef morning wa stealing into the
window of the issembly house, De Comoi
rose, and for the remaining scron hours
of the twenty-four talked against time.-
On rioing, amid the groans and buses
-FfT t - 'Z ' ' '
with more foroe then refinement, tbat it
was useless for honorable members to
evinee their manoe in mat manner, lor
be bed got up with the determination to
talk, if necessary, "until the angel Ga
briel sounded the last trump." His pow
ers of enduranoe were not quite so severe
ly tested, bat the end was achieved, and
when the elook struok twelve, tbe worn
I Maoh has been said, in coo nee
tion with tb illness tnd death of "Arte-
mus Ward," about tbe Savage Club."
The London correspondent of the Nf
York Timet explains its character I -The
Savage Club is not one of tbe lux
prious and aristooratio Pall Mall affairs,
lull of plate glass and livened fltiokies
It is an old fashioned London Club, suoh
as Johnson and Goldsmith loved. It is
held in a plain room nf a tavern in Hen
rietta street, Convent Garden, and its con-
viva meet around a long table, strewed
with long olny pipes, to eraok their jokes
and drink their gin toddies, or ale out of
tbe pewter, ilalliday,- and Kobertson,
and Burton, and others of the olereres:
of the London periodical writers and
dramatists, frequent tb 8avage, or, as it
is sometimes oalled, the Vagabond Club.
and her they welcomed the Yankee ha
morist, to whom they now sadly pay the
last tribute or ejection and respect.
it ANP WM
' wa- m . W Wl
ATTORNEY AT LAW, J1B1
Insurance Aceataad Notarv
tlnnlar ituiuton nald to aollaatlns;. Probate
business, Partition eases x xeiuilon of I
: Da(ll. MsrtgafSS an uontraeu. unvaa in
MUltr'a Bloakaesend Story. Mat 8trt,
opposite the Town Ha)!, Ashland, 0.
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..mmwnm n-i TvjJ-ltf.J . n.nir.'a Tlui Anilyiis.)
wrr T " -in- P.. 1 .r.A k. M. OK
Store; Op girs. Ral4ne uornor oi i 7 . , , .
... ..d Wuh.miu Street, sklaad, jO. acres of Isnd for 1220 : of whioh A . paid
., ,. . n i i r . .' iauna i. yu. un soeouni ot a an-
"a. ir. ttMiL,,ja.M., '.. r.nn.in th analitw of tha land B
PHTSlCIAS ft BURGEON, AshlaadOhla. I paid II, per acre mors than A!
Partioulae attention win D pal a to tne mwb land did eaeb get, and what di
treatment ot in louowing special ui.v.ei. ... icrs j
Joe Geisrer Before tbe Xmpatei
menl t;onitn utep iu froceea
"Msck," tis well known Washington
oorreepohdeat of tb Cinoinniti Commer
cial, oonolude a went Utter ta that pa
per a fbllewiV . ; ' " ;
"They bad oar dislinguisbed fellow-
Rennhliaana In tbia -it ha' Iiaab I niiiina of Ohio. General Jo Qeicer. ba-
in ratio of 4 to 6 would it require to dig Mk,i . tytn what do yon think of the fore tb Dnpeecbment Committee tbi
1ZU yard in U hours, supposing the .asalt of tha aleotion in Coanantinnt. other dav. The stern and friilv Ash ev
ground in tb latter case to be harder than Clafeland, Zanesville, Newark, Coluro- wu there u prosecuting attorney "in the
tbatof!tbe former in the ratio of 8 to h. Chilliootha. Maravill. and anndr nam of the American psoDle. Lo" to
97 (fois example tot performed by other nlaoe where tbe Democrat bav examine him. Tbey eomme'nceof pour-
don w remarkably well f ' ing they hn perteoi youey or tnterrogation at
have renlied t - " ' - . Josebh.. to his utter bewilderment. Fi-
"It shows that one party cannot eov- nally said the witness : 'Hold on Ashley,
rn this conn try ill thi Uu. sod that the just a minute. Let ma understand tbi
It Shewn tbat Owe Party Cannot
Qoyera H ttte Tftue.
B flspublicao party i about to.b voted out thing. . Am I on trial, or is Andy John
bow 0 power."''' ' ., ' t'.v sobf I'd like to know, so tbat loan fix
'd b . ibis Is looking it matter, philosopioal- my aoswm to suit f" This matter was
' . i t. .v.1 lV ' l .i. ..T.i.j .. J ik ...i.i:. ii.u...j.ir
WsAfj tf.AW) MM 7 . . i ll-; Tl t. iV ' 5 Li i ' A 1 L a aI 1 --a.I. Jt J ski -1 A ! .1. U-
Dysp.p1a, dlsaase j f th. t v.r, the Kid; TJ) ninh ind tenth ixkmclel ibl did f K. EAnublinan n.rl. ia. Th 6wr The aak.d Jo if hi had been to Con-
not ittempt 'to iblvi. , ' , " '' igix year:1 in that timi it has put in neoticnt to make ipeeohsi. Joe caid be
GRAMMAR. " eflio torn rnisvsribU wretehee, and very I pad., They iskeq him if hip expense! were
. Ilffln person m lirimmar. ' .. 1 r.n.. .t..n.c.ii. .,At.A lr. l.m it anil V mnMuJ K. ('..
i Person it tbat part of irammar which I ,i.m..t... , ,j l.j , v. . ,v. I .,i , k, hesanaa h ma Mnl . Pb'.
denote tbi ipsasy tbi person k,0De allowsd their Dreludiee and Dsi- greaemen on tha itomp in Conntient
To"5,rlrP,rTOO-'P0fe,? .f : " '.V I aion to b nlaved nnon. th HeDubHean whose tallrie were being paid durid'B
W P"J?,.9 0,,.B V I party would hav beea dwof pow- thirbsen ftomWMhipgton - '
er before tbt time. Oat of power that ''Some iaei oi in manner in whioh lb
party must bo.'' Jt is" decreed. Tbi Ma- fsn i loodueted msy b bad fnm the
aieloil elaciloci ot New York: Psnnsvl- fall tbnt th Committee. . before sum.
rania end Ohi this spring, and th Bute I mooing Geiger, bad isoerUined exactly
eleotionlof New Hampshire and Cones- bow long he. had been it Wishington,
BTSlCtArT'i'BTJBffEON, Aahland Ohlei
. Ofle vr Hnghe utnr i oier, p-
i. tr.ii - ....tl. 1 l-.t....
ah I Sk " .
fsrson or: nanus is ,durniad ny tp
...... j a, , ai.v a--'.
f Pomrr'e llreg 8tor.t A.hl.ad. Oil.- pw peeking spoken ton poii uf
Oeld and Btaet Peas, and ekcie variety 8. What in Impersonal verb f
SI! fil. ?JmlVattltt "A.IPron.lUo.iwhiehi-.rtilhi
KiffW leUon: .fleeter being M.refer. tone
f-Stliftrilyme4, Wn particular tbieg . .,'.., , v- ., V
licit, proeUim inch to be th dwre.- bow nus bii bill it Wlllardi bad been, T$7.!Ji.
' - ' ,J" ; . J tod Who k paid It, ' They bid eopy' 40
,-. :' - '-:"-'';.'" ' ' ... .' '.. y''. ' ,i
We despise despondont individuals snd
politicians who are always talking abont
"policy." The enly policy the Democrat
ic party needs ia the organisation on prin
ciple, and hard working, live, emoient lo
cal clubs, where the great army that i lo
redeem tbi Republic from its present
thraldom of misruli and from fast ep
nroacliir.e bankruptcy, shall be drilled in
squsds before marching np to the polls in
a body, conquering and to. Jonqutr.
Heed no croaker. Pay no attention to
those who affirm tbat the American peo
ple are,, like Ephriam, "joined to thiit
idol. In tbi oily and township are ten
active, wide-awake, powerful Democratic
dabs. ' They will make their, influence
felt at the approaching electipn. -jVotei
Wonderful but True I
MADAME REMINGTON, the World re-
nowned Aslrologlst and Somnsmbotis Is
Clairvoyant, while In a clairvoyant state, de
lineate lie very feat ui as of lbs person you
are to marry, and ty the aid of au Instru
ment of intense power, known aa th Py eh.
omolrope. guarantee to produce a perfeot
and lite -like picture or in iutura ausoanu
or wife of the annlioant. with dale of mar
riage occupation, leading traita of character,
to. This ia no Imposition, aa teatimoniala
withr.nt number can assert. By s'attng place
Of birth, age, disposition, color of eyea and
hair, and euolbsiog fifty eenta, and etamped
envelope addraassd to ,v mrsolf, you will re
ceive th pi tur by return ail, iogathar
with desired Information.'
Addresa In confidence, Madame Gertrude
Remington, P. 0. Box 297, West Troy, N. T.
Peo. 12, 1806-1 j26
11 murt no main thai drink", retly t ,
- ' tha abov ,- - " .-' - . , .. - ' W
Beautiful fnna of my dreams (Lllh) !
song by Danks ' ' '. 99
When we marched tblhrollof thdrm '
eoagjiy Bishop ' . a ? '
Ob oomelo mi then when daylight Mas
song Iu Bassford - . - ' W
1 . . Ifl.I,.. W I 1
Nearest and aeareav wmjsoiig vj
Tnomas j , --v
Give me honest friends gnaj true song
byTueker .-;'. -j ',: - '"- ' '
Bo eot heed hr warning, reply to gip
aiea warning aong by Tuekar
Jenny who Uvea in th del) , aong -, ; ;.
H Thomas . -
Hnfiw .v tha rlnnlin water seng
j - - ii . . . . .
J B Thomas, with beaail'ui Mi
graph of th Author- i.' '
TUn. In itLlant Undfl BOOlbV tQClST
Iha llihl'sten eolka. by rranei a
- Brown- ' . ' v-' -
Morning light 8hottlob' b Baadost
Suollght polka by Mr Parkhnr .1
n.nlo ta.ilnn bv Ml ParkhuTSt ' .
Somethin orettv Masurka ' by Mr-
FArkhara . " - f - . . .
Beware, quartette words by Loagfollow
Pretty Rosaline sosg ny & bobbw .
I'm glad father's com ' edng ' ' ;''
Mollies welcome io rai jaaiony ;
U.. kanrf I. .11 Btt AS hV H fll
The ect bsaide the mill ongbyCaUea. K,
Swinging round th elrel -
You naunnty,: naugmy sum
th Black Crook 0 .., if
Now I Uy m down to sleep x at . .
ononis oy waiormg . i
Blue eyes or black ' song by F Bakar
Stara of th 8ummsr night, ouartatt -
Coming coming by and by song by 6-
We'll go with Grant again long lad be-
rus by xuexer . -
Bait boys hall song , and akora J .
Tb new bom tweet home leaf by -
'" MmdAin Parent, -
Art musio nukllshtd will be ttat by re
turn mail and partita trsr paying Will MW
etivt thtir dhang vjUh the mqaia. Addxaif
. 0. J. W1LLARD 4 W r r" H
21 ?4 So. 627 Broadway, Be Bet. ,
' OF GlBTELAND OHIO, ;. ;
Capital Btttck, - SOO,00qi
Further "responsibility, $2p0,000,
Offloe, 8C0VILL'8 BLOCK, U6IUFI,
RJORSTREBT.up staifa, -'' ,, ,-'
PI HECTOR! I "
H W Lutkemeyer, J Btopp!, ;
S Thormio, P Diinur, .
N Heiiel, ' ' P GanIe, -FR
Silberg, V A Msyer, '
E Hessenmnellir,' 0 Schenek, M D
K Hay, . H. Beekman,
Ph Henninger, - ; 0 E C Weber
Geo Weckerling, . H Mtlcher,
Ph Cook. :
II WLuttktmeytvs riKHostrtttllt,
Pre. . ",'
J Stoppri, 1 0 B Kraote, Jr. f
Vic Pr' . QtlAgwit, -
, n. B.8EB, Agent AshUa,OU,
ECHENCX'S 8EAWSED TOHIO.
Tills medlv Int. Invented by Br. J. If.
SoninoK, of Philadelphia, it intended to
dissolve tht food and maktitlnto chyme,
tht firtt proottt of digestion. By cleansing
iht stomach with Bchtaok't Mandrake Pills,
the Tome toon' retorts th appttlte. and
food that could aot b eaten befor nting it piotarea md Pictnte framei,
will btAAnlly dlgtaud -i-'L. i-ii : - 1
Tbo InadfllAireelag trttb
An idmiribli reply wu once mad by
I careful reader of tbe Bible to tn Infidel
who it.isaked bim with suoh ' expressions
u thesis v .'. ...
"That the blood ef Christ etn wuh
away our tins k foolish nest. I , don't an
dertund or bellive lt,"-.i j ,
' The infidel replied with much surprise,
''How is this that Padt knd grt f.
' ' Sjld tht student, "Tarnl tn the first
ohapter of first Corinthians, end read pi
lh 18th vers." .: '. - - ' -. '
' Tb infidel read, "For tb preaohing f
tbe rosi to them that perish, foolish
nets, bnt nnto nt which, are iiyia it b
tbt power of God.", j .- -i v... i u
s Tb infidel bang bit bead, tnd vr if.'
tet itudled th Bible, and toon baeyd. It
i. L. . ... ul-.lt.. '
Consumption eannot beaoredbv Behenek's
Pulmonie Syrup on) ra lh stomaeh and liver
ismadt htal.ky and tht apptlit rtstored
htott th Toil and Pillt art required in
nearly every ctst of consumption. " A half
doiea botllre or tb 8EAWEEB TONIC tnd
ibrtt or four bxea of th MANDBAKB
PILLS will cur By ordinary aa of dyspep
sia. Dr. SonxKCB wake professional visits la
New York, Boston, and at his principal Of;
Hot la Philadelphia tvtry wtek. - Set daily
paptrt of eaeh plaee, or hi pampbltt on
oouaumptioa for kia day lor. visitation. : .
rieast observe, Wbta purcktainrf Ihaf tht
two liktntsttt of tb Doctor, o(ta th last
nag of Consumption, ' and th other ask
plJ Is, in rjrftet health, art n th Qoytra
mtatittmpr " ' "
Bold by allBragtitt and DeeJtrs, prio
(1,60 ptr bolllt, or $7,60 th half doian.v
All tttsrt for tdvict should bt arldrtssed to
Dr. Bobtock't Principal Ofii , No. 16 North
6tb 8iret,Thllwlelphla, Pa. .
Gtatral Wholemlt A grata I Demat Barnes
ft Co..-Y-. 8- S. Bane, Baltimore. Wd
John D. Park, Cincinnati, Ohloi Walktr ft
Taylor, Chicago, 1)1., Collins Broa. St.Loula,
Mo. ''.;': -'. :-.
N OTIC 8 la htreby given that th mW
tlgntd bar been duly ap point td and
JualifitaatEaattcriaflh Bstat ef Samoa
, llcntton.dst'd, latenf Green towa.hlp.
a !- -s WVt.COWANi
.(twin) - -: ' ' :
-I :-Joti;i f on aH- v-
TUt sttbsorW will stll the G0B3AS
: BQBSB, in BnUrran, althw fo lath or
trad U fat elhev pntpnty. - -, - - 1
. !?, V8w.1l V, ; . ,
POWLEY'S NEW BOCK SC
In one lump cr In qaaatltlea ti tuB all (wt
- tomtra. .
My astortsatnt ef - , . '
. Will md Window Paper,
Window Stutdei 4 riltBNf.
Ar complete.- '
A'onit snd Portmoiittv '
A large ataarlmtnt, and tkttpcr thai Ml
oihtf UonteU AshUad.
Book $ Sttionerrr J IptU. V
At reasonabl prices
.410. a largt astortmtat f
,. -. pwxes,,.s..-: ..
; a)t price that cant btly kut pliua?
' 1 -.- ON SHORT NOTI V .
- . i oo ? ' 3 xv-jt? X 0
of oB lino io fnvfilf. J
1 hav attt for talc or cxekangc for Bl :
Estate I Ashland, 1009 crta first gaajh
Wtattrn Land,. . . ; " . .'.
I am alto arnt fbr ChUksring ft ?&.
son'c Pltno. Thott wishing to'bny weu:j
do well to toatult sre btfort partuatUa.
' :!! ---.-o. p. nawi-py.
": Feb. B, 1867-rOolOyJ. '. V-J.
. A Qutlemtn who laffcrrd fr yt I
Ntrvout Debility, Prems nut rl.y, gd t
the enTct if yenthral Indinert-n-n, wi I. f t
th latTering fcarsaoity, -.d f n to i ;
ntcd it, ibfrii ii M'Mt ' .''!- i
Iht tlmptt traaJy ly hU-h ii i t j
9urws Wishing to profit bv tr -a 1 1
txptritnc ,a do to bv a i t .
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p.ltftawibevtst cr u i ..