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feEPJT BEFORE THE PEOPLE,
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Jtf eft OTorlr; City.
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opemdM No, 1, TOWN AtL.
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" GKOYER BAjTOS
V" ,thfBEST JAMILI MACHINE mo
;.iifwMd,'of wlet ' V.,.. ;
V J , TQWN HALL.
' A lrgVit!oi hioH jlegflot t4 AjrUjh
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sf oompUU lilt of ' .
ir F1&(G SUMMER 8HAWLV
wii'rt NcC t 'CUWN BALL." J
1 4 tillV" , Com . jjwje H
it. ' rottef nil pnfohMea
hilr mtereot id lb Ashland Gat Work.
- rrTte ifreeteprinkler mado iti appear
ane4 input itreeti;'oi MAoS.! !;
, The CouDtj Treasurer isnqw readyto
receive the aeoond installment of taxes.
, See adyertisemeDt of a ,frnr or
aale. - ( - finii) il -
A new Library baYww tjy beea pnf
ehued for the Lutheran Sabbath Sohool
In thii place, yi'.-r; . . ,
Job Printing Of ajt. kindi neatly ex
ecuted at this offide.
us t call. '
biaofiEoe. Don't forget to give
We ere indebted te Or-O. Wiok,
Eqe., fur late eopiee of the New York
rOa Friday, April 26th, John Zim-
meraa; will offer at pubjaalt,.b! farm,
farming utensils, Household and kifohen
furniture, 4o See advertisement.
A jBonmuDieition from E. M.Camp
bell, Esq., Cleric of the Board of Sohool
jBxaimners,' jrilj'be fnl o'n'the first
page. ,.. . ,
Ovp. ijmercbaoti "now 'reeeivine
their Spring gooda, whiob, they tell us
they are offering at unusually low priofs
By rirerriDg to' bur coiurruif, our reader
will know where to go far cheap goods.
The Poet.offioe a Oolombua is said
to be infected with "female loafers."
Our post office attracta loafers of the male
Let every subscriber, see to 'fi that
bit neighbor Ultes the Union dq . pot
loan your paper to him. but" have him
subscribe at onoe. i , ., t .. ,. ft
The Quarterly ' Statement 6f 'tie
oondition of the First National Bank of
Ashland will be found in tb-'day'i "piper.
The Immortal J,' Nl will lift tbe'Veil
at the Court House, in Athland, on
Thursday evemog, the 11th inat. The
ladies are ctpccially invited to be' prea-
Our readew will'not forget tha on
Thursday and Friday -evenings of this
week, .tbeltieipuu boeiety will give
entertainments for . the benefit of . the
Fire Department. Ever; man. woman
and child io town should Attend. -
' The .attention of, the . reader, is di
rected Xo the advertisement of H. S. Sii.
Esq , in to day'i paper; V offere for
ale, a good, farm, and valuable town property.'-
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We will have to ask the indulgence
,t qur readfri on account of the crowd of
tdvertitemeBtt that preet npou-'our columns.
Qr(nbac)C8 and Roba6k8 are indie
pensable to the public welfaro, for one
sustains the pecuniary health of the D&
tion, while the other .preservca the phys".
ipalteahb of tlie'individuals com prising
the oatioa. . 1 ; h .-i-
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We are , in receipt of Utter from
"J. N." requesting ua to publUh'about". a
column notico of luiD,nndfssurjngus that
we need ivt .be afraid, at he will "assume
all the pressure.1' '. Please excuse ; us,
".J..N.,"tut we havo't "got, h rwrvf"
the "pressure" bn our advertising col-
lynns is ,(00 great. That's all. ' ;
I The other night about 12 o'olock-
(it'a fpobody'a busioesa what wt were dp
ingout that time of night,) as we were
wending our way homeward) ws saw a
joung juan steadying bimsalt against a
lamp post and singing at the top of his
voice, ''We won't go home till morning,"
Jto. )Ve thought he would batter. not go
home while in the condition be then was
yRmcWti-fl) oerj, giyefc byjhe
Philharmonierooiety, at:,Miler'a Hall,
in Manet eldlon Friday 'eVenirfg last, wu
a grand affair','' and rcljeo ted 'be highest
honor, poft;Uiniber of the Society.
The programme embraced maqy gems of
popular inuaic and aU were ertistioally ren
dered. Professors Grebe, of Mt. Vernon,
Roberta, of Norwalk, and Stewart, of
Cleveland, aseisted,itf the orchestra.
Prof. Hennings,, 'under whose direction
the ConoertWan given, is n aooompllih-
ed ntuaioiao, and can oongrafulate himself
upon having made the Concert a suooeaa.
JSooTt' k Shoes. Those in need of
BejeUrADd Shoes will da well to remem
ber that Wallaok k Limbeck, have re
cently repeivd a Urge and well, aaeorted
lot of all kinds and styles of boots,' shoes
and g'aitejSjJor .men,, jronten Jnd 'ehil.
dren whioh they art' selling at very'! low
prices. . .Call at their' itore-jropposita. the
Firat National Bank.AikUnd,; , j t
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iNSOSANca. In another '-column will
be found the advertisement of the "En
terprise' Insurance .Company,!' of Cincin
nati, responsible Company, managed by
active - business- men .of ;.. the West.
Always get reliable insurance, and when
you are satisfied that you oan getit at
home, in .Western 'Companies, do so
give your neighberi tb 'pwfereneeVjTflB
I'Enterprise''! is a: first iclau Company,
and H. S. Si ',' Esd.,18 its Agent in this
place' "' '..'iA ,
PATTKH80K, CAMPBELL ft MYERS have
just received a mammoth atock of Dry
Goods whic.h tbev are selling at very low
rates. Look at their price list :
Merrimack ''W" 15
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Cooheco. ........ ..........15
Other best Brands.. .............. 14
j All other goodi verpr oheap Call and
Hardware J. B. F. fijimpsel ft Co,
are in tha market with a complete assort
ment of Hardware and Building material,
which they are offcryig at Jof prices.
See.adveriisement. ; -. ; '
, Nest Hat Stork!-Jaoob MoGauloy
and H, D.Jones have rented the room
lately occupied by Wm. Mykraqti(,and
intend opening up a Bat and. Notion
8tore. Mr. Jonea started East on SJqn-
day to purchase goocl.. ; , ' ',. ' , .
It9 0. 0. Townlit, formerly" the
Qopular hoet of the "Atlantie- House," in
ManafleM, baa started a wholesale Cigar
lanufaQiorj, io tba place. ne earries
on the busipesa extensively,' employing
tea .workmen, and makes none but the
beat brands of cigars. Cal. ia a olevejr
olio and we iwish him ab.uqdapi tqooett
laJiia.Beir vqqatioo, .. , , , vJ .-r.ii i .m,:
'ij. v'.'Jl. I, 1 . "' ' '"!"' ' ' " l"1.:ji;. '
Geqciajs. fiwVJeol Steveni bow
bare their Store room filled to its atanpst
oapaoity witk gobds'of every description
In lheir line, tfhere is Bot a, BOvJr , eoi-,j
nor tor shell .in tba atqre, ut,vuaj .eon
tains soioeth,ing which iU be qeeded in
the family. Their, assortment, of .Glass
aad Queeaawaee is the best ever broaaSt
to tma piaoe, apa iuy inyue parqauuu
atiention Jo it. In ihdrt, thaiir itdck can
not be exoellad aqy whero, aa tq quality
or the low, pricef lHbicov II ia oa.
Drop i'lay 'd0ON aat of tba Tow
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I Lirs. Thja'1'ije1 is. full 'of ioye and
sorrows ) some will' laugh while' others
weep.' j Foremost;' Mn" the ranb of ' the
smiling ones, are those who procure their
DrjGo'oda of Brubakers A Winbigler
To the members of that multitude ous
band and those who may wish to join it
ai.d Wend their1 way along lite'i journey,
decked id the garments of splendor, al
low as to say that Jacob Brobakei, -of
the above tamed firm', is pow in the East,
purchasing a large stock of goods,'' wbioh
will bs opened up in a few days. Jn the
meantime, they are selling off their did
atock at panic prices, in order to make
room for the new Spring Goods. .Call at
their store, opposite the Towp Hall.
! t&T A serious affray occurred on last
Thursday, in Milton Township, tbiscoun-
ty. From what, we can learn, Mr. Henry
Pifer remonstrated Jn a gentlemanly man
ner with one Haho for obstructing a ditch
on Pifur's premises. ' This aroused Hahn'j
ire, and, without acy provocation, in a
oowardly manner while Flfer's back was
turned, Habn struck him over the head
TVlh a, heavy four pronged for)i, eutting a
bad gosh over his eye and making anoth
er terrible .wound on top of bia head some
four inches long and in to the bone. Mr.
Pifer is a peaceable, good citizen who
would Doi barm any man, and the assault
wita a most dastardly outrage. The de
fendant was held by Esq , Wbitmore, of
Milton township,' in a bond .of five hun
dred dollars.tq answer .for hti appearanoe
at the next term of .Court, , 1 , :;.-., 1 ;f
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" Agricultural ; Meeting.
.- At a meeting. of the Board of Difoc
tors of the Ashlaud County Agrionltui
rt)l Sooieiy on Saiurdayk April. 5, l)r."'J
B. F. Satupsei was elected Treasurer and
R. M Campbell Secretary of ' the Sooiety
fqr the ensuing year. The Board ad
journed, to meet on Saturday, June 4,
1867, at one o'olock P. M. at the Audi
tor's office, when arrangements will be
me.de.for holding the annual County Fair,
at' whiou time the oommittoe appointed to
revise and enlarge the premium list will
report. Let every member of the Board
of Direotors bepreaent. '
i " . . D. G. TEMPLEION, Prat.
tL, M. Campbell, wSav'f'j:'-s
j , Cry.ii. ;i iliu' .
.! : aptlce dTi?achetTi;''r '"
Tbe.eaaminauou of teachers at Perry-
ville on Saturday,' April 20th, 1887, will
be held in'thq SoJtoof House nqrtlj' q the.
Railroad depot. '-"'' '-i a J
1 TJ M 1XIPflnf.T.i:'",''1
j Clfirl? 0 Board.
. IcECJL-Mati. John and Julia'a chess
problem, by Amataera, Johq to move and
mate in two moves :
; John moves his arm round Julia's neck j
' She move one square, and wblapert check j
Ue nothing daunted moroa right straight ,
Hla Upa toTieM aqf cam (pit-'mte ! 'r
. Notioe i hereby given that, the under
signed it now , ready' p' reCehe thi Jane
UtQlntiwi .ojfjaxes .fcj','il8Cr),JtanJ rilj
Bfintikm l lift1 1 till' iriai EOth f !J
nionth., k bifioe will be o'p'ea Uom o'clobk
Ai M., till 4'olock P. M
' ' 'W.Q. HELTMAIT, '.
THE THESPLWJ SOOPTT.
Mb. BB-;ffiyJdn kindly
permitted to see and hear a rehearsal by
the Thespian Sooiety, on Mooday evening
last, it may not be uninteresting to ma
n.y'qf Job? rftdeii jf hjar AJmething In
tbjsehak ari toJ tloyed'on Thursday
Aa'idayevlnin, 6f W weo, at lbs
Town Hall. The first play is entitled
"Ten Nights in a Bar-room." The play
is madeupJrqia1U)rjf'offtBe same title,
which is.aaLd.iaba fbiuided in' facts that
actually occurred.' A gentleman, travel
ling, Mr. Romaine, (ezoellently perBon
U4 by Mr. R. C.pKionamanjtopa at a
nqlr hotelitt t(ifty .country villago.
xoe JUaqaroTU imoa ciaue, -is a genial,
good-Dilur'ett' fellow, Tresh from the hon-
CBt calling of a tiller, bqt over-anxious
to make money. Dis wife prefers the
Aoneit labor-ofrth'' old mill. The fre
quenters of the Bar room are Sample
Swichel, a philanthropic and philosopb.
ioal Yankee, who knows his failing but
drinks 'SMeTf wfilskey' to'ie'c'p 'orteri
from drinking it ; Willie Hamipond, a
finely eduoated and promising young man,
Haiwej Qreop; a garnbJei'.'Joe '.MorgaV; a
kinl-'bearied getiCroBi fellow by naturo,
but a ialleo and debased victim of the
passion for drink. There also appears in
part cf the- play- Joe ,Mprgan'e wife and
ang'cl tild.'Jfanfc' Slade':ths impudobt
fopaad'ro''woy victmi of fiVfathers tra'de
and Mebitable Cartright, the girl that
reads novols and whom Swiobel loves.
; Mr, Romaine visits Cedarville at dif
ferent times through a period 0 ten years'.
He beoomcs interested in tbone ha first
saw, and notes particularly what occurs
to all during this time, the sad but uni
versal result of ho unrestricted use of
liquor. - But I will not pieture the da
noument. I know that if. the largest
gathering that ever crowded our Hall will
be there to witness the play, they will be
not only deeply interested and beneficial
ly instructed, but highly entertained,
t Mr. R. C. 'Kinnaman acts well the part
of the kind hearted philanthropist, T. K.
Jacobs does tbe good nxtured, humorous
but terribly earnest Yankee, with great
suocess ; L. S. Saner, almost as ponder
ous as Falstaff. "fills the bill" of jolly
landlord at first, and besotted tavern
keeper at last ; E. E. Fast aa Green the
gambler, seems the real villain that all
people should condemn, and M. D. Shop,
bell perfectly personates his too confiding
victim ; H. A. Saner, as Joe Morgan,
can not be beat on more pretentious
boards; you would scarcly know that
the brazen-faced, nimble, drinking per
sonation of Frank Slude, ia a gentleman
whose name I will not piention, and W.
0. JflferJ is Nef Hargriwe Lfentirtly at
hoeJliss JfcliaMillii as MiaV Btor-i
gan, and Mies Sadie Deskong as Mrs
Slade; are perfectly to the life, in faot
can not be beaten anywhere; Miss 3.
Pancoast adapts herself to the character
of Mehitable thoroughly, and I know her
playing will brin; down the house. The
part of the child, Mary Morgan, is by
Miss Nellie Roller, , and we can any to
every one you will miss as fine a picco of
acting as you have ever beheld if you do
not see Her id tnie. j ;, ; ;-4
: Upon the whole,-the taMnnet in. vbich
both pieces ate gotten up is hiahly ored
itable to all the players and will make an
entertainment when presented, fell of
interest and instruction, 'iheir labors
should b ippeciated b'Cur entire; cotb
munity, ospecijrlly ift visjf of the Worthy
oljeifr to TjhioU . tfia proceeds are to' b
pu ii IH I mm
To Township Assessors.
The Assessors of tbe several townships
of Ashland County, Ohio, will meet at
the Auditor's Office; ia.Aah'andrOB Mon
day, April 15th, 1867, at 1 o'olock P. M.
for the purpose of consulting and agree
ing upon some basis of assessment, and re
ceiving blank forms, and other instruc
tions relativo to their several duties. . It
ia necefiary that all slfcold bq present:
i "'""n. "m". Campbell; "
The vay Soldiers nrc Treated.
; The following is an extraot frow a let
ter wriltea by Gen..Thoniae wiaoY Ji.
to1 a Wooster soldier who was an appli
cant for an office, and who was defeated
by one very talented csambcr of Con -gresj
On v'ouf nltftln& I jKnt. tor . Judtre
WelkeT to get him to consent to a recon
sideration for without his oonsent con
firmation was impossible. , He however
was inexorable. .)Toa aft only ,rjop ,qf a
thousand soldiers rejected by the 7ovaf
geniltmen who have been defeating the
accomplishment of the great end lor
whioh ice fought and Ihty ahouted while
the War was going on. There is no hon
or in a confirmation by these pen. nor
discredit inrj action. ,J - ' .
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. Aiier mo iuiu uajr ui viaron, ioui,
the Uhioh will be published on tha lol-
lowing termer e
Hue copv, per year, If paid n ADVAKoa,.,i,00
I.'not paid within all mmitha, 2,i6
If not paid till the expiration of the year.. 8, W
These term will be rigidly adhered to,
as we cannot puWish a piperfo? 12,00 a
yapv, and wait one,' . two or three years for
our pay. Our subscribers will govern
w n.iji ii,-- fin, 1.. a. f -. in 1 .; ,
i DKliaV 9lAjorit7 0SOI
Thlates't'news: fr om jOonnecticut' Is
4at auldle doiired. i Full returns from
eer fpwii give the following result ; ''
Sn8'll .-.von ...,4I,7B8
Hawjey., ...,...,.......,...:.. ,44,608
This is nearly double tbe majority Haw
ley, the ahblitiqn Governor, had last year.
Tbe aggregate vote polled hut year wm
87,407 8,186 less than the aggregate
vote- this year. ; . The inorease in the
Demooratio vote is 2,855, Whilo tbe' in
orease in the Republi oao vote is only 884.
It is the largest vote ever polled ia that
State;-:; V; - ; 1 ;
aeWThis'l tKe leasoB for'Cour-bl and
ColdVi'thoWsnffering with tuch,,br any
Affeotion if the Throat or 'Langs,' wifl
Bad Dr. 8trioklaod's "Mellifluous Cough
Balsam" an exoellent rmdy ) in fact, all
hit Medio'no ate worthy the confidence
of our oaders.f-3ee AdvcriuNment.
The Uouie of Lincoln Demr '.
7 '.".?:". ;;.V.ra,,e' " ' .''
. The Democracy have earried the city
of .Springfield, III.,' the home of the
"late lamented," by a majority of one
hundred and four. The BegiUer, an.
flouncing the result, says : . '
"We congratulate tbo Democracy on
their victory, which was won by the most
strenuous exertions, against" tho efforts of
the: :; Radical extra loyal-high tax party.
Let the fact that this victory has boen
accomplished nerve -the people for the
contest with the same Badical party whioh
occurs on Tuesday. One united effort
by the entire Democratic party will give
the people the control of the city gov
ernment for trie next year." :
A Cough, A Ccld, or A
- nvig iiugtt,
llltl !SS: ISXIBUTB ATTX1ITI0
ais tnovLL' as eaieuo.
Irritation of the Langs, A
remanent Throat Eis
eaBe, or CoMtnmptlon.
IS OFIEN IHil R?BCI.I, .
Brown's Bronchial Tro
. cues, .'if
Eaviag aditftln6iienee foflie parts, flv
, immediate relief. , -
For Bionchitis, Acihxa, Catarrh, Cob sump-
' live and Ihroat Diseases,
Trochta aif used wlih alwajrs srood eueeeM,
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
Will find Troehfls useful in clearing the voice
when taken before flinging er 8pekicg, and
relioving the throat Hcr an unusual (iff
tion of the tooal organs. Tie Xroohea are
reeomnended and prescribed by Physciana,
and have had testimonials from emiuent men
througout the country. Being an article of
true merit, and have proved their effioacy by a
test of many years, each year find, them in
new loealitiea in various parte of the world,
and the Trochee are universally prononnced
bo'ter thaa othor artioles. ..
, Obtain only "Brown's Bronohical Tro coca,
and do not take onjr of the VorthleSe lmlta'
tlona that may be offered. Sold eve rywhere
Nov. 26 Gm24. . '. , 1 '
The New York Democratio papers are
publishing the following: '
- The Turning of tbe Tide.
! The Rome (N. Y ) charter election,
April 2. resulted in tha election nf th
Demooratio tickt tfiiA a gain of 200
over latt ytarr James Stevens is eleot-
ea president by 6UU majority.. The
Democrats elect six out of nine Trustee.
The Spring Fasbions: .
." ROME, ' '" ".
,!7 ST. JOSEPH. ; ',
. , MADISON,
n A RTFORD,
1 ; NEW HAVEN,
, 8 Y R A C U 8 E ,
! CONNECTIC U T .
j '' All IlalU Conneclcul.
i Coqnectioutspurns tho Mongrel Dos
pot 'ibis 1 Tbe Russian party is routed in
arte New Kneland State, horse, foot and
dragoons. ' James E. Englisb is elected
Governor by abnut 800 majority, and
the legislature would have been won but
for tbe : rotten borouuh system which
still prevails in that State. A a it is, the
Pemoorats carry the entire Btate ticket,
and eleot three out of four Congressmen,
a gain of three members, We give de
tails io our news colums. The result is
all that the Democrats .expected, and
Coming as it docs on tho heels of the in
fernal legislation of Congrets, and. from
Now. England, we scarcely have a
doubt that it ia the starting point of a
reaction that ia to epead over the ontire
North. It is a staggering blow at the.
pompous mongrels, who thought they'
had th,c North so under their heels that
they could inflict any puniihmont on thai
South, no matter how lavage or barbar
ous. Thank God, that illusion is dis
pelled. If Connecticut has decided noth
ing else, she has - spoken in thunder
tones against that last, most oruel act of
Mongrel legislation that ornshes, by mili
tary power, whites and black into one
pt natural and repulsive mass. Courage,
then, all ye who lack faith in God and
Tru.th, for the voice of Connecticut shall
yet reverberate over the entire North.
Day Book. . 1
Republican State Convention.
The Ropublioan State Co oven tion will
meet Wednesday, June 16, Hosts of
candidates are announced.
MATR I5IONI AIj.
MARRIED. At the residence of tbe
bride's father,' in liarnesvillo, O.; April
2d, by Rev. J, P. Caldwell, assisted by
Rev. J. C. Caldwell, Mr. E. ERAUN-
FELTER, late Captain 120th Regiment
O, V. I., bow Profeator of Mathematics
in the Savannah Male and Female ACad
erey, to Miss LAURA J. CALDWELL,
Teaoher of Instrumental Musio in the
ame institution, daughter and sister of
(he officiating ministers. -
Most bear tily do we .wish the Captain
and hie accomplished and amiable bride
all tha blessings whioh kiod Heavoa can
jro uohsafe to those bound
: ' ' ' "By holy banda,
1 With loving hear ta and willing hands.
j On Ahe 81st of March, 1867, at
Evergreen Hamlet, by the Kev. Jno
Robinson, Mr. JAMES B. NEELY, to
MISS FANNY WEAVER. .. .
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On tie -2nd of April 1867, at the
bride s borne, by tne same, Air. badi
IJEL MoLAIN Sr., to Nias HELEN
ARTHUR. r1" '- :
Vi'i.tum.E Anvicc roa the Amjrj.
Tjp. Ulr.' BrRiOKLAHD, in reply to nu-
merooia appnoationt tor aavioe, wtsnea 10
infornx those who areaffiioted, that thoy
may" consult him on all Acute or Chronic
Disease by letter, iating the) age,' Ay pip
tons. to , with a.feeof two dollars eu-
elosed. : Dr. 8. has obtained areat. notor
iety as aa experienced Pbysieiaai-both in
Europe- and America, espicially ir the
treatment el unrome Lompiaints, auer
nitif doctors have failed to effeot I eurt.
Those suffering should immediately lend
for a presoxiption, by addxeaung j;r. A.
Strickland, Cincinnati, O. W-'i,. ,.
COSSUmPTION CURABLE BY DK
To Cure Consumption, the system mnst be
preprfu ao tnai tne lungs wtu heat, to ao-
OomDlish thill, tho llvnr anil alnni.nl.
urstbae1p.anRaJn.ni in .nn.iii.
gooa waoiosom rooa, wmcU, 6y these medi-
unieij iriu d uigcaiea properly, and good
healthy blood made 1 thus building up the
gunsmuuou. oun aava nAau HAKE
PILLS gIc&ERA lh. Itnmi.li Af .11 hilln...
milflCUS aQl-nrnulnLiiintf anrl Kw nain. II.. fi..
Weed Tonlo in otmnaation.th. ann.ili.
BCUENCK'S PULilONIC EYBUP isnutrl
oub aa well as m.fitoinikL .nt UminM tua
three remedies, all impurities are expelled
iron me sysiem, ana gooo, wnoiesome blood
made whioh wijl repel all disease., If pa-
tientS will take thaRA m.dintn.a .Mnfilln- I.
directions, Consttmption very frequently In
ii lost siage yieius reauny to tiejr aotioa.
Take the sills freouentlv. Ia l..r,..in.li...
aid etoroaoh. It does net follow that beeauss
in Dowels are not oostlve they are not requlr-
... iuf inucuigii io viannoBa ibey art neces
sarVrf The atomAnli miiat. n. v.n n..iik-
and an appelit created to allow the Pulmonio
Syrup to act on the respiratory organs prop
erly and allay any Irritation. Then all that
required 10 perrorm a permanent oure is,
ruuins luunu s posrioie, 61 Bll tBS richest
food fat meat. oram. and. In fnf an.tKi..
thf appetite craves; but be particular and
AD MINIS TRATORS" JSA L J? OB
.9GAl.BStATE, . .
Jn pursuance of aa, otdor yiantoj tf
toe Probate Court, ef Aqhlaud Co-au ..',
phio, I wiJl offev for sale at public aucr-'
tion, OQ the 4th day . cf' April; 1867, at
1 o'clock P. M., upon ihJ premki-s,- tbe
following described Real Estate, aitaate ,
in tbe county-ol Ashland and State .of
Ohio, to wit: Being tbe setith cast i)niifi '
ter of section -thirty . rJIOJ'VfownJhiri -twenty-three
(23) and range fifteen,- aaye
and except fifty aoro off the'&ortb end,
bow owned by Daniel Lehman, and alsoT ,
excepting tweBty acres heretofore sold by1
order el the Probate Court of aid , Asb.
land eounly ' to' wit: Fourteen .'aoros oo
tbe west side of the 110 acres; lyibl
north of the centre of 'the Oranje road, '-". ..
and six acres on the east sids of (he' land; ' -lying
south of the oentre of the Orange; .
road aforesaid, leiviog to he fold 90or
more or less,- ; ! 't" -"':' ; T .'" .'
Terms qf .iIe-.one half cash i ob the
day of sale, one fourth in 'one 'year, and. :
one fourlh in two years Irom'tbe' day cf, '.;
sale with interest. Deferrod payment? tji '
bn secured by mortgage on said premises. ' :'
JOHN P. 8MALLEY, Ad'mr.j
of tbe esUte of William Davidson, dee'd'. .
T5- T 1 T I .. 1
v. v. vun&a. Atty.
OBACK'S STOMACH BITTEtW, afttr
nra t4 xrwu.-i aud lnl, hav
ptovgu w ua me beat reinady cxlftnl
Ivr all irouii'iwuta uLera a uinic and
uiiniUaJit aio rtinrd. Tlic oerar
itul ia ucna'.hvu ilia wtk, imjvrl
tlgorto rtietirong.imil Inilt rorcti TTV
minn ftlmtiretj uA broken-down II .
cotifiilutioHn, No remstjy liu brca
rooeitej with m much &ror m Ho- I m
null' broait-u Hitiw. In Cliicttgo '
OVER 50000 botllea wen Mid l.t ont
(.ni-hniii in -ttl yenr. It n nd
niitii'i. by ur most leiumed phrmcinitt
ir. ROH,t;K9 BTOMAt'li
TKttd romtun th profiertiot ef m
gtuilo IhxhUvo, mi efficient aad-tjilious
; tRent, imj tho beM (omrHiie known to
Uie world. ROUACK'S III 1TKIC9 nlmM
be used by fl9orAleioent to etrengihen
. (he pruatsTrttion whici Rivrnyi follovvi uuute
dlieHM. in the
, - J -
1I.IODS districts of th Weil and
timitlt lliare luit, fur a long time, len
mui-li AM.leJ nn nrtFcta or STOMACH
HITTKltH, ahieh, if tAkell in nroter
itmniitic., and at tha proper time, are
aura jravaattve ol llilioua r'eiur,-
Fevar ami Apia, Mrer Fomilnint, Dye.
per"1 iDdige.lion, Jiiunilioe, KMney
Complaint, and all dlimiea of eioillir
niiure; and arf baiter aa a prrtentir
(or Ulioui Uorananienl, regulating
KD utrf netheninff (ho nyiitem, urn! rir
ing htne to the dtftiive orfrtnw, ihnn
uy fither known rente. It. Wow that
the vtnr it over, there wjII ) IhoiiMiJi
tWkiBg honiCM in Ihe South. No ie
ion who vmluM hie hteeltould go liter
wlilio'il hfiTtnji eonnUnlly Rt bund the
HITTEIW, m e Mffiifti Kitiiiftt efii.
HpiiiI? unci ninln-hcp cnntlf nM hy mi
cm end poMirtPtl wilier. Trnveten
nil rwMlcmi or Ihe turtle nei-bot.
GOi of ttie Wp4 miJ Bonth mil
tha vnUoy of the SliNiiiipm an, i(
hltfitiuifM, Khnuhl proritje themiMlfee
wKh the limms. Thoie in i.roUWy
no rme dleeese with whioh inanhind ere
. ( elHictetl Hhicli Mtlieeouree ofto iuha
JlmenU u dynppivnin, or u U Is more '
:romnionly enJ!e.d Sour Stomech, nml
there m no more certein remedy than
KohecVi Htomneh IbUatB- 'I'Wy tt
never known to ihij. . .
ma cnoixnt hm iim bm.
nuii-h dientled l,v tha ptililie, aad
pniplii kM rara'ia.1 Io all mamm i
or niclieinee to ammt Ilia profireee,
btii with littla viicocHR, A eure cure
and tc veutire ia to b flajnj ia tha
tla of ttr. tmrUOK'S WHNI11NA
MAN KKMK1MHH Keep Ilia howat
0f n with the I'ltla, and hivigorale I lie
i"imi vy in-a line or im momncil
Hi Mere, or, If Uia Mood be ililo, KM Uia
PuriStr, . - , . , . . .-, ,
' .1 8-6 7 V:'
.,,..;.'.. 'W e,. . 45 4 v.r-''
"- PITTSBTJBGH. ' 7 .,: I
1 Have their STOCK open for the tredew
KEASQNABLE PEICES. 'X'."
B. B. M'EtROT, Wl t '
james dicksoh; '' J
JOHN T- BHANX, lTv
. ' - - i , r' :
mil t Wm::
ABB BELLING THEIR STOCKOP4 -
AT COST ! J J
SETTLE UP. ;! :
All persons indebted to na are rannmt.-
ed to call and settle before tbe lat day oi ;
Nearly oppotit Town Jlall, AMand, 0, 't,4
ft, ji; .
A. fit G, W. niALVAY.
On nd after Monday, Febrnanr lltk. '47.
Trains will leav Ashland as follow t '
; G01N3 EAST. . --' .
2 Aeonmmndailnn ma.il 1:10 P. V ' '
UCIt a Inntlualile nmadf rtooM k
kept in every fnmily. Heap Ilia .J.lem
in nil rifrnr and nothina; ia U he fenred
trnm dinea.a or chalera. THH OLD
RKI.lAlll.K. Ua not be deceived by
puraliuing any of Ui quack nomujipa
' under the rarlona names of Uiltart.
Pnrchsae none other but JJr, BORACK
' BTOMACH BITTERS, whioh are eon.
'. pounded of tha purett drug., and
. tiUih Uia alRietad can rely. .
.ABB '. .".
PIN0E," WALTON h OOMPANI,'.
' - (onioatimtotlW.&aaolt,) ' '',.;
, - ' BOLB PBQrBIKTOPB, , ,
fTti, 99, it, BO auto) Xae Thto Strut,
CIKOINMATI, :0. , '.
...j . "" . .-V
v Ar 6old by bit Drugglsfa and ,
s .J??Ie.0ln Patent Mediplnet:
:r ClJWK tt .UCJTTER ,
lav a'saaelaltd thetnaeWea for th praello
of Medioin and 8urry In th Tillan ef
Aaniaaa. opavia). avvvaiivai giyaa w IU9
traaimant of Chronic oamtt. - - - '. ' ' '
Offio In brlek amlldlng, West cf Btea
corner. .''-' .
l)e.42,lllr-tf 1 C"'4'.
' : ' '';!
.... K; ,tia
da do 4 Night Express,
da do 12 way Freight
de do 16 Express, " '
de do 18 New Tork FretgM
' ooinq VEST. :.;
Train No. I-Accommodation 'l IOcOS A. II. i-;l'
do da Night Kxpraai,. 1 W6P.1I.. ;
de do II Way fieightt . 1;48 era
da do 16-rEjpraajt'raight, J0;0
de do 17 Dispatch 8:40 A. ItV i-t
P, 8. Paanjinri carried on all Fnitkta '
tioeptNoa 17 and 18 by procuring tlcifU. : 1
600D CAE SEED I v y
A Superior article of Cb 8d, th Ootat-j ' '
-&, of th Itnnh anaoiae, last raw- 4'
calved from Maasrs. Wellw ft fiatchar, pf ;-
Mustuignm 10., u kepi for taie at th Brra v
of MoCool & Btertnsla Aahland. '- " ' ''j
' ,'... J?. KOBHT, - ' ,
March 18v-8mS9 - ' v ' '
' ATTACHMENT. -A.MjLry,'
alt, Before J. I. WinWu. .
John McXthan Dm'J ) ean Tp., Aahland Co.
or hiaiaira orAdaia. OW9.- '.r',Z'
liiraioraaefv , , t - ,
On th Oth day ef March , A- D. 1887. nil ' "
Jvatiae lsud a crderof Attachment fiirUi -sura
of 28,00i . ' - '
. .. ' , A, MoIJIAIiy.-: '
w.. ' - ' ; -' ' .V
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR I.ATV, '
LoudonvUle, Ohio, will attend to aU bn a
pertaining to hi Profenlon. Coima-1 1 no
U either th BuKllah or tlcmjaa It-- . 1
'. '-1 ' .... . ' " : '
P. E- Clark'. M- . T. B. Boater, II. V.