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ATTORNEY AND COCNSELLOR AT LAW,
LoadoaUle; Ohio' Will attend to all buaineit ,
C ruining to bla Profeulon. Connacl given
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JOHN J. JACOBS.
JkfroHN AT LAW, AablaKOhlo Alt
Bktor botlDMi belonging to tlif Profa
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poaiie tlie tint Kotiouol Bask, AthUn
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TTOBNET AT LAW, Weal Balen, Wayre
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ATTORNEY AT LAWiAablaad, 0. PartU-
nlar attention paid to Colleeting and bo-
almaaa in Probata Uourt. , umoa OB vvureu
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ATTfJJWBT At LAW ; Offiee; tba one lately
tapoupi d by Oaborn A Curlia, oa Church
Street er Hal a, Ashland Ohio. Alaoan
ibough by the QoTCrnmenlt 0 prooure
Peasioa Certlnoete 1 . .! ; . Bounty
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J. H. MtCOJUBK,
ATT0aXy and Cooaiellor atUw. Aabland
Oblo'Sea la Briok boildtng over
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baaiaeaa. Partition eaaei a BiMntloa ef
Daede, Mortgages aad Ceatraeta. OtBee la
opposite the Towa Hall .Ashland, 0.
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CLJRK k MUTTER
Pare aesooUted tkemselTee for the praellue
of Medletne and Botgery in the Village of
Ashland. Bpeolat attention gljen t the
tretinanfof phrofcle ouae. f i 5 i -OBJlBjrfoljjbuJldlnfc
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PHT8ICtir; aaBOSOIC, AshlnHOhle
Parlioular attentioa will be paid to the
treatment of thetfollowlng ipeofal diseases:
Dyspepsia, disease of the LiTer,the K(d
aeyi. Sorofula aad Bp)l)iUM Qner. j
Offloa over Hughes ft 8taoher' 8tor, pp
B(TBt.LEilaad8llTer Bnith.eiedeor W
of Polter'Drai fltore , Aehlaad, Ohio.
Gold aad Stavl Peai, ud a eholrt Variety
of Jewelry ,kept. eqaetantljr en haad.
lllgheitptroe pai4 foW Oold n4 BiWer.
HepalribC don to .order, oa refsnab)
0 .'' Th Old Mid'i' Pnitk-'l
maidea anoe of oertafn age, '
To oateh a husband did enran.
Bat baring passed the prime of life
in atriTtng to become a wire
Without snocess, she thought It time
To mend the follies of her prune. IT.
A GIgsndo Ant Story.
Departed from the usual course
Of paint and suoh like for resoursa,
With all her Biliht this anelent maid
Beneath aa oak tree knelt -and anyed,
Unoonicloui tkat.b grtfte Old. owl I 1
Was perched aboie that musing fowl.
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"Oh, a husband giro U me," she orled, J 1
"While1 yet I may become bride ;
Boob will my days of grace be o'er, r
Then I like many maids before, . .
Jill die without an early lore, 3 .' : : t
nd none to meet me there abore.
Oh, 'tis a fate too hard to bear,
Then answer this toy humble prayer,
And a husband giro to me."
Just then the owl up lu the tree,
With deep bass tones cried, vWhoo, Whoo,
whoor rj . . .. . ju
Who, Lord, and dost thou aek me who ?,,
Why, any one, good Lord, will do." : ..
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At his leoture in New York, on Eqna
torial Africa, M. Da Chailia told the fol
lowing big ant atory t '1J ' ' 1
Bsshikona; is tho name given it bv the
Bakalai. There are two other rarities of
Boshikotiay besides 1 tbo black kind
These Basbikooaj may well be called the
lords ot the forest. It is the most tor
oiona creature 1 ever met. It is the dread
ot all living animals, from the leopard, to
the smallest ireeoto , It is their habits to
march through the forests in a long, reg
ular line, a line hbout two inohes broid
nd often several' miles in ; length; all
slchg ibis line tre larger ants, who sot as
officers f land outside the rsoks, and
keep this slogutsr army In or lor. If (hey
come to a place where there are no ' trees
to shelter them from (he sun, whose beat
they. cannot beer, they immediately build
an ubdergroncd tunnel, through wbiub
the whole army pass in columns to the
forest beyond. "
When they crow hungry, oa bv a sud
den command, the long file spread itself
through the forest, ' advancing forward,
attacking and devouring all living things
with a fury that is quifc irresistible.
The elephant and gorilla fly before them;
tne ine black men ran away ; every ani
mal that lives in their line of march is
chased. In sn incredibly abort space of
time 1 nose matjre caugbt are overwhelm
jed, killed, eaten, and only the bare skel
eton remains.. They seem to travel day
and bight. ' Many time have I tuken to
the water to save myself from them.
jWbei they enter a house they clear it of
everytning. ' Cockroaobes are devoured
in an instant; rat and mica spring
around the r,oom in vain. . They wilt not
touch vegetable atttr,thus they are
very uselul, olesrintr the oountrv of manv
insects. When on their march the insect
world ntes Detore them, and 1 have bftea
had the approach of a Baabikons army
neroiuou to me oy iiix mrsos, v,
Wherever thejr, go they male a eleai
sweep, even ascending to ihe top of the
trees, in pursuit of their prey. Their
manner of attack m an impetuous leap;
instantly,the strong pinchers are fastened,
and they only let go when the piece gives
way. At such a time this little inseot
seems, animated by a kind of fury wbioh
cause it to disregard entirely its own
safety. The negroes relate that criminals,
by which they generally mean wiiards,
bavo sometimes been exposed on the oath
of (be Bubikonayots, tied to a tree so
tbey might not escape, end then been de
voured to the bonos. They are larger
than any ante we have in Anieriea.' The
number of one of their armies is so great
tbat one does not like to enter into cal-
eulalioito, - hut I have seen continuous
line passing U gopd, speed particular
place ror twelve Hours, bo you may im,
tgine low man raiUioos there may have
fifo -. ''; --
Doia'i XJkfi.lUo rleliwrk.
ThetJinoinnati Comvtotial wu 'Among
tbe mot anxious in the State, that in
ameBdment tholili .be sabmituda to t
vote of the people, striking from the
Constitution the word "White,"; It is
not satisfied with the Amendment as the
Republicans in tbe Legislature have
patched it op. It ii of the impression
that if ill effeet Is to disfranchise i or
0A( thoutand soWt'uft, who have no offi
cial ditchargo, bat who nevertheless did
gallant service throughout the actual con
tinuance of the War, it will be defeated.
8epator Kellogg stated, on the authority
of the Adjutant General of the ' State,
that the muter rolls show that from tix
teen to eighteen' fAowianrf eoJdiert are
msrked as deserters who undoubtedly did
faithful serjioat ;bot who retarne'd borne
without leave when Lee and Johnson had
surrendered their armies. Mr. Kellogg
pretested g$inst disfranchising these
men apt!) the last moment, when be
yielded and became a party to this medi.
tatedgregt wrong to white soldiers.-
There soldiers, who are thus tonght to
be disfranchised, do net only owe it to
themselves to iieist in voting down tbe
Amendment, but in voting into a minor
ity the party that seeks to heap this la-
fan "po fum. tSfaeimaii,
r f'Gris," the "Fat XJontribotor,"
says; that na was asked to wnw "take
off on the dance in the Slack Crook,"
but hi replied that te "coujayi ieny
ll,ln In tain riff" .-
The following is what pvrporte to be a
lues, until lo-csy, notning was ever
thought of sacrificing to our oountry's
wrongs, ror nx-months we bad worked
to capture ; but, oar eause being- almost
lost,isomothiog dcoiaivf t goat:nrnst
te'dbne1 fVJf itl rMldrfwasSrwIni; ffi otbn
ers, who did not strike for their country
wiftean,.s . , ;
1 1 itrocs ooiaiy, anq aot as u paper
say. J walked with a firm, step through
a thousand of his friends, and Was tton
ped, but pushed on. ' A colonel was at bis
side. I shouted "Stc temper" before I
fired In jumping I. broke my leg.
I passed all his pickets, jode sixty
miles that night with tbe boos of my leg
tearing the flesh at every jump. I oan
never repent it, though we bated. to kill.
Our country owed all her troubles to hint;
and God simply made me the instrument
of his punishment. The eoantry is not
wnat it was.
May o, mo. This forced. Union is
not what I have loved. I care not what
becomes of me ; I have no desire to oat
live my country. This night before the
dccd-I wrt g long, artiele. andleft it
for one of the editors 01 the National Jt&
tVenear'Sn wbioh I fully' set forth our
reasons for bur proceedings. lie is tbe
Friday, tho 21st, aftor bcintr hunted
like a dog through swamps and woods, the
last night being chased by gun boats till
I was forced to' returoy wet cold and
starving, with every man's band against
me, I am here in despair, and why?
f or aoing what urutus was honored for,
what made Tell a hero, and yet I, for stri
king down a greater tyrant than they ever
knew, am looked on swe-eommoi out-
throat.-? My aotion Wapurer than eithsr
one of theirs. One hoped to be great.
ine otner naa not only bis country s bat
his own wrongs to avenge. I hoped for
no gain. 1 knew-no private wrong. I
straek for my country, and that alone a
country that Kroaned beneath his tvran.
ny, and prayed for this end, and yet now
behold the cold hand they extend to me.
God cap not -pardon sac if I have done
wrong, pft J crtnBtjpa rhy wrfirm. pTPopt
in serving a degenerate people. Thelittln,
the very little that I left behind to clear
my name, tuefjoverment wi.lootallow to
bo printed, so ends all. For my country I
have given up all that makes life sweet
and holy ;. brought, misery upon my fam
ily, and am sure thore is no pardon(in the
hiaren for me, since man condemns me
10. I have only board of what has been
done, except what I did myself, and it
Oils me with horror. Uod, try and for
forgive ,me, end bless my mother.' To
night I will once more try the river with
the intent to cross, though I had a great
er detire and almost a mind to" return to
Wesjiigtn pd.inyieaiarejf ear.niy
name, which' I feel I can do. I do not
repent the blow I struck. I swear before
ey God but not to. man, I think 'I have
douo Well, though 1 am abandoned with
the curse of Cain upon me. If the world
knew my heart, that one blow would have
made megrea' though, I did desire, no
greatness.- - To night I try to escape these
blood hounds once more. Who can read
his fate! "God's will be dono." I have
too great a seul to die like a criminal. :i
1 0 I may he spare me that, and lot me
die bravely. I bless tbe entire world. I
have never bated nor wronged any one.
This last act was not a wrong,. unless God
decrees it so. and it is with ilim to damn
or bless me, and from this bravo boy with
me, who .often . prays ; yes, , before and
sinee, with a true and sincere heart was
it a orime tu him f II not, why can he
pray the same f . I do not wish to shed a
drop of blood, bat I must fight the course.
'Til all that's left me.
' Upon a pieoe of .paper found in the
diary, and supposed to have been torn
from it, is written the following ; . ; ,
My dear (piece tora oat.) Forgive
me ; bat I have some little pride.' I ean
not blame your want of hospitality j you
know your attain ; 1 was sick, tired, with
s broken limb, and n need of medical ad
vice, 1 1 would 'not have turned a'dog
from my door in suoh a plight, Howev
er, you were kind enough, to give as
something to eat, - for which I not only
think yon, bat on sooount of the rebuke
end manner in which (piosa torn oat )
It it not the subjtanoe, bat the, way in
which kindness is extended that makes
nna happt in-the- acceptance i-thereof.-u-
The aauoe to ceremony ; meeting were
bare without iu, Be kind to accept the
enclosed $5, although' hard to icare.' for
what we have received. i
Most respeotfully, jour obedient ser
Any Printer Cam Bend Thla.
Ve loesaw young man gating at the
rj' heavons with a t in 1 air and a
- of pistols in the other. We N deav
end 2 attraot his wtlOtion by pointing 3
a T ia a paper we held in our $r, rela
ting y a young man in taat of the soun-
'T ynijivm ia aiateor jnen.
ii 0 ranire Ml. Be dronned the t k
pistols from his BfS, 19 with the I, "It
is I of Whom U wad.1 'I left home b4W
friends NC 6f mj design'." T had tO the
NaT of a girl, who relaxed, ft tlstlO to me,
bat smiled bfJIy on mother! I ' ' ed
madly from the houae, altering a wild
S the fl4 of IpTe, withouiteplrisg to
the r r or say mends, eama here witl
ni . is.uu
,i!iluil iKVnA'.ln bttviso 1
may 25.:i8G7. : ; ;: ;:;;, i&4
aitt To m;ilo.ioD.xi3,'J..:r j. ,. ;: , i.,(.,.0, (.;, la:utj'4,"
7"Tn t :
The temple of J)eaaeranrnpsite the
(own of Kenoh, is one of Ihe inestspeoi.
mens of an anoient temple jn llgypt It
is. if -remckable state . freservation,
acponpted (or by tbe fac.tbat the dabrif
of ages has buried it ao soropletely that a
deserted Arab village If bailt on . a level
with its top, and some the houses, on
the iiory root of tbampivi Tib ..teta.
pie was dedicated to the od Amqn, and
11 a fine simple pf Egyptisn architecture.
It is filled wi'b e6uifiont oulumns, and
his a high roof of heavy flat stone ; has
numerous rooms,' porticos, stairways," se
cret passages, all eovered inside and out,
columns, ceilings, and all,, with finely
sculptured -hieroglyphjcij affording an
immense' field for the antiquary, and
throwing nluoh light on inoient Egyp
tian history. Tbia temple at Dooderah
is one, of the more resent origin than the
other famous monamsnts of Egypt j or at
least tba portico i as it is inscribed to
Tiberioas, and ontaini the nimes of the
Emperor Nero Claudius and Caligula -It
is located In a desolate plain, having
no habitations within several miles,, and
the mud-built Arab village built over it
is now utterly deserted. It-is difficult to
imsgioe how a building of its site and
valor ooold become so completely buried
in the debris of twenty centuries as to be
so entirely hidden beneath the surface..' '
' The Memnonium. is a grand ruin of
immense proportions (540 feet by 200.)
Its .columns; walls sod architrave remain
standing in good condition, and are all
covered Witn ffoe loulotures and hiero
glyphic!, Jfor symmetry of architecture
and elegance of decoration, the Memnon
ium, (wbioh is the temple, palace of Rem:1
esse; is not excelled ny any other Egyp
tian memorial.-'. .Prostrate in ittirea, and
broken into frsgrente, lies the famous
statue of Bemeses tbe Great, Ihe largest
thai has ever been erected. : (Jut from a
single block of red grnoite,(the figure was
eated with hit hinds on bis knees, eniov-
ing a repose after the conquest of tbe
world, Its circumference at the shoul
ders wss 68 feel, and its estimated weight
nearly 900 tons, aad yet this colossal
rock haa been broken into fragments j by
what force no one can telL Nor oan any
One guese how the other templet of stat
uary all over Egypt have been defaced
Ind thrown down. Tbe amount of ff
naticism, vandalism and ingenious force
aeccsssry to do the work ean icaroe be
computed, and Cambyses cf Persia, who
made the tbe conquest of Egypt 500
years B. C, must have found years of
employment for his .immense army in
Tli Impeachment of the rrea
; The iVew York Timet, tho ablest sheet
of its party, bat denounoed the attempt
of its party leaders to impeaoh President
Johnsoti as becoming "more and more.
contemptible;' vi 1 ,
The impeachment business becomes
more and more contemptible. , The com
mittee oontioues its labors in searoh of
charges with tbe. desperation whioh fail
ure daily renders more apparent. Months
ato the cry went forth for the removal
of tbe President fur offences whioh were
L..I.J I - ml . ,
luipu'su 10 did. xuen evidence was
sought in support of these charges, and
now the charges themselves are abandon
ed. ..Else, why this hunting for fresh
''Crimea" and other goands of arraign
ment f. If the indictment drawn by Ash
ley and Butler were tenable, think yon
we should hear Ihe eager inquiry for wit
nesses on matters not yet a week old f
The latest etory ii that General Burton,
who took Jeff. iHvie to Richmond, ii to
be examined, with the faint hope of
gathering lapcor from the talk of tbe ex
rebel ebief. Mr. Beward, too, is to be
examined oa matters equally novel and
nonsensical. Altogether, the committee
finds itself la a light place with 1
strong desire to impeach, but without
proof! or even ehirges to warrant im
peaobment. Home of its witnesses are
represented is hiving attempted to prove
too much, Gen. Baker being of the num
ber. The whole affair offends tbe poblio
nostrils as a nulsanoe. ""u ' ;
Blngnlar Cue- .
One of our exchanges says there is a
yonng man m a town In. Vermont wAo
cat not epealf towfauttrl .'.Pretwui to
bis birth, some difference arose ' between
his mother and her husband, and for con
siderable time ihe refused to Ipeak to
him The difficulty was Subsequently
healed the pbjld was born, ind in due
time began to talk but when sitting with
hit father, was invariably silent. ' It eon
tinned so till it wu fire yean old, when
tba father, klter bavins; exhausted bis
Dowers of oursuaslon, threatened it with
Snnisnment . for its tubomneii, .. When
11 punishment wu inflicted,, ii hatted
nothing bit sighsand groans, which told
too plainly that Ihe little sufferer was
vaiblr endeevorins? to sneak.' All who
were present nnlted in this opinioo, that
it was imponibl for; the child to spesk to
his lather ind. timcprov id their opiaion
to be oorreoi. At a mature age its efforts
to converse with its parent could onlr
produce tbe most bitter sighs and groins.
Aew JorkLeijtr.: . .'. ',.,.
Tbi'populatlon of Jihe United Stiles.
aeAArdina ta a SMnami taken feat Novem
ber ud. Meembet by thi Internal Rove, wwnrd. .
W MVm, wu 84,oOO,B8!.
A''l mti.'i " ,
.!"!:!!. (M-tffc.ol WJLLP - Kllri'f ''I
1 Bsr.iXpr.Balktrthe weQ know Meth
odist nlsfleiavy Whd estbllshed the mi:
sion ef thai shnrci. in India in 1856, has
returned, to (his eo.nnitrfw..He make the
Jn. 1859 BritjsV spldier, 1 bile bear-
ing a dupioh from oqe migutrtte. to an
other in tbe kipgdom of Oude, passed an
nrreqnented ravine; where be saw a
pack of wolves, and with them a human
being, evidently one ef their company.
Immediately turning baok be reported
tbe circumstince to the magistrate for
whom he Was' travelling. The latter
forthwith mastered a number of Coolies
and went to the place. The pack of
wolves fled a short distance aadsoaeht
refuge in. sort ff den or cave. ' Begin
ning to dig, the party soon discovered the
feel of the wild man, and drawing bim
forth, succeeded in binding and carrying
him to the town. , Dr. Butler bu often
seen bim. sud uyi be is-evidentlv a man.
and at the time of bit captors apparently
aooui twenty-iour yetn ot age,
The captured creature at first violently
resisted the attempt to tut clothine up
on him, but after a while ceased to tear
tbe garment., 1 Jta is now kept by a gen
tleman in the.eityof, Tbabje-Vampore,
tome sight hundred miles west of Calawt-
ta. When, first taken be wu unwilling
to eat anything bat raw meat, and hu
never been able, to speak or make any
approximate 1 knowledge or tbe alphabet.
If any one looks earnestly or sbarolv at
V!' 1. j i-
"im, no cxpreues. an . annoyance, py 1
L.ie-i, j 1 " fL..j- . r
uau uiu;rou v,ruub, iiuoieaiaieiy inruiog
sway and asttling upon hlr haunches in
a corner of the robmyor lies down. He
eats bis food off awrband; and. al
though evidently a human beinr. is in
habits a. wolf, . with the initinets of that
btastrr'lt v'JiHotq iltW JO'.nclKVln
1 This is certainly an anomalous fact in
natural history; although it is said that
four similar cases are known to have oc
curred in India'f presenting the s'sme gen
eral feat.. i 1 I- .' ' 'p. ' ti ll 1.4.
Wol? as abound in India, iwhere tbe in
habitants live,, wholly in the. cities, and
villagea ; and at the approaph of night,
all persons employed In the open country
retire to these dusters of bouses Ot huts',
and these roving, ferocious animals find
free raagc. '', It frsqaaotlv happens that
a wolf steals into a bouse and carries off
a child. 80 frequently a thia the ease
tnat in the schedules .tarnished for re
cording the mortality lo each place, one
column Is ' headed; " Carried off by
wolves.1 hi v!..;l .v..:..:n! V u ,U;
Dr. JJutler s theory, of this strange
case is, that a she-wolf probably carried
off this person when he wu an infant,
but tbai, before ahe devoured' her prev,
tbe child instinctively searohed for. food.
Begionirtg to draw its nourishment, it
swoke in the wolf the maternal instinot
whioh led to the preservstron of its life,
and thai the boy lived and grew New
. Greeley and Darin-,
There . distinguished , secessionists are
new tbo prinoipal topio of animadversion
in the Republican press in all parts of
tbe country, and one would infer from
their furious bowlings that-they have de
termined they tciVf not be comforted.r-
Tho release of Davis upon bail was, of
itself, sufficiently igonuing, bat it soems
to hare become doubly so, because of the
fact that bis fellow-secessionist, tbe Hon,
Massa Greeley, wu anxious- to, and ao-
tually did, volunteer lo become- one of
his bondsmen.. . We are . unable to per
ceive the justice of these violent assaults
upon Greeley, .lie did infinitely more
than Davis to bring on tbe war, and up
on its breaking oat who wu mora anx
ious than be to allow the Southern States
to seoede ? He wrote column upon col
umn, and quoted and stretched every au
thority in the books, to prove tbat "se
cession" wu nothing but a revolution,
and that every dissatisfied portion of the
people of any government had a natural
ngui hi "revoiuuunuo. isavis ana nis
folio weis icqaiert d in this interpretation
of their '.'reserved rights." They , went
to war in tbeir defense, bat. lost their
cause.' Tbit Greeley should ivmpathfse
with them in tbeir defeat in attempting
to earn oat hit aecession dootrine ia but
natural. We think hi could not well
have done leu thin to go bail for bis
friend., Davit, . He. has keen-perfectly
consistent in advocllioft seoeseioo in
1861, and bailing the! Jefoated- chief of
hia cause. in 1867.. The. Republicans
should let him alone. Plain Dealer, '
A Daoasitng Explftnatlea.
The Philadelphia 'Age' publish the
following' extract! from, "the minutes of
tbe committee, tbat investigated tbe Con-
over easei ' '
' "Why." uked -the Judiciary Commit-1
toe of William Campbell, "did 70a make
thi! false affidavit rt ;trt,
"That," replied Campbell, "will re
quire a little explanation; I siu inform
ed by mr. WnovertbatJ edge Holt bid
offered a reward of 1100,000 for the cap
ture of Jefferson Davie that now Davii
wu taken tbey ad..oi enough against
bim to justify them in. .what, they , bad
done, and IheiJuag Belt vanttd to got
vitnetee to prove tbat Davis wu Inter-!
uted. in lb I assassinalloa of President
Linooln," so u lo justify bim Vn paying
t (-mi rT."'; if
What does our reideri tbivk of this?
l.-.i .::.; -XlMsiiMlaiT;''i'a
:t A (ew notes) on the bistort bf Xukeoi.
Iurg may be of, interest at the -present
lometft Originally "a eounty, Luxem
burir wait made a doctr id 1S54. ahd re.
sained neder tbe dominion of its-dukes
during ihe fourteenth and fifteenth eeoU
turiea. Xkhui XIY seised the aoathen
part of. the Duohv and tncorrjorated it
with France, the remainder being left
uur uis riuvui Austria until taecrencTj
revolution, when the whole cf Lnxent
burg became a French possession. The
iongreu or Vienna again restored its
separate existence, snd the king of tbe
Netherlands became its Grand Duke.
In 1830 it joined tbe Belgians in their
rovuiuuuu, ana ion jjondou tonrerence
divided it between Belgium and Holland.
Back rabatqeei 1 i piU a, 1 1 0 'f
three saeth,'r V'-i '
" at pUaaure, - . ... - tM
, Bieftsnea,-- f . y-li ( .
yearlj advertisement a lUxee siiir
. one year,, - ; ' ,., Wtjlat
Tearlyadvertlae steal f u iqoar e r t a
' ""year, ? - i3B,0ft
pojitaas ow,ilti t.eae'
y'. .. s.oo ,
ii.u' NalQsj -" 1
line,'.,, fv H-r-r V ' IS
. tT" AdterrlieJeseeti LSadaf aV-ljJ
tevoiama aavemoeaseaia,! win m eaaigi
!uls B"OBai " '
tbere br ' 'rumor tt the 'e&ot that
R)saxBobneur). the elebraUd
painters bM became ;ljjsa,.hefP(lhSil
consisting fanning hertw M tnunM
-a aroal beirto -' the creature into which
the great artW believes, herself trans.
form.. , . 'A I-.'
. What tw Read.
Are van deficient in faate 1 Ha. the
best English poe.br, such u Gray- and
Goldsmith, Pope and Thompson, Cowper
and Coleridge, Soott and Wadsworth. ,
. - Are yon deficient in imagination'!
Read Milton and Akenside, and Burke.
' Are you deficient in powers of reason f
Read Cbillingworth, Bacon, aad Loono.
Are you defioient in judgment 'and
good sense id the common sffairs of life T
: An yon defioient in sensibility J Read
uoetna ana jnaogensie f . d .. .. t 1
Are you defioieiit in vigor and style f
Read Junius and Fox. , ,' ;
i 1 Are you deficient in political knowl
edge! Read Montesqaeiu, the "Feder-
ilisL" Webster and Calhoun. 1 .1 r '
1 Are you deficient ia Patriotism 7 Read
JJemoetbenes and the life of Washington.
i'Arevou defioient in acinniwif Kad
some ef President Edward'! works: -
I Are you defieinnr. ia piety f. Bead the
Bible.- , t; .. -;i ; 0
., v '.' .;-.-f.
Wm. H. Langley. inerehant miller ef
Qallipolis, Ohio.bolda policies in the di
ferentjifeand accident Insurabce torn
panics of the United 8tafes stbaaaotf01
of 300,000. 7 What an interestiag-widow
he might leave f ..,z ,f.,.4 p, t. .i;ai;:lj, :
. " . -"" 1 '-' : 1 :-v,tr,it
It is reported that tbe frwnds of Mr(
Brown of Dayton, of starvation fame, con
template assistine his familv bv means of
selling his photograph! It seems that the
ismuy nave not jet learned the art of Br.
ing without food,, and are. witbxrdf the,
means hi rtmi.firA if.
l"--.. "i ,:
! OBAtoar. In a speeeh delivered by
Henry. Clay before the students of tbe
New Vatic' State an4 National Law
School, that great orator said oa oratory
' "I owe my success in life to one single
fact, via : That at the age of twenty seven
1 oommonoed and continued for yean the
proeesa ol daily reading and speakinir no.
on the contents of some historical and
scientific) book.. Those offhand efforts
were sometimes made in a corn-field, and
others in the forest, and not uofreqnently
in some distant barn with the horse' and
cow for my auditors. It is to this prac
tice ei me great art mat 1 am indebted
for the primary and leading impulse tbat
stimulated me forward and has shaped
ana mouiaeu my entire subsequent des
tiny. Improve, then, vountr men. the
superior advantages you hereby enjoy
uei pot a aay pass without exercising
your power of cpecoh.V There ia no pow
er use mat 01 oratory, usesar cont railed
Dln'lbtf'pvnttlnfy 4tir Thm ; P!nAA"Vn
their passions. - The influence of the one
perished with its author; that of the otb
er ontinues to this day," , r -u .
tWIn the New York fnoiitie ot Feb
ruary 23, 1861, nonce Greeley isid i
: "Whenever it shall be dear tbat the
great body of the Southern neonla h.
become conclusively alienated from the
Union and anxious to escape from it, ens
icffi do our beet to forward their vievt."
Jeff Davis tried to take the South oat
of the Union, but did not suoceed. Gree
ley therefore sympathises with him it) bis
misfortuoe, and goes bis bail; Extremes
t . 1 I - T ''
!-.... Here Tlctorlea-
Munioipal eleotiOns were held nn the
15th inet., in Williamsport, Lycoming
county, ana in t lixesharre X,uxere coun
ty, Pa. In the ' former city a Democrat
io Mayor wu elected bv 87 maioritv a
gam or JO I votes. Lest year the Kadi
ca candidate, bad 104 majority.' In
Wilkeebarre tba Dsmooratie candidate
for Mayor wu elected over bis Radical
opponent, the present inoumbent, by G8
majority a gain of 468. Plain Dealer.
B- A little boy soma six yean old
wu using bis slate and penoil on Sunday,
when hia father, who wu minister, en-
tered and aaid : 11 1 '
"My eon,-1 prefer that you should not
use your elate on the Lord's day."
- I am drawing meeting heuses, father,'
wu the prompt reply.. ,
1 "... 1
1 1 - . - .
Good miloh eowa sell In New Orleaas
for 1250 each 1 milk is 20 cents a auart ;
s'-rawbcrries $1,50 n quart, and turkeys
$5,00 pair. ' : . ."' '; '.
There is a great icarcity of fodder in
Canada East . Cat til are dying bf haa-
dreds, i . .., tr.:.,ry. .w.i.j !!..
i , 1 -feews i i.; .: -'
There is a oomplete printing offltet la
the piris Exposition ; the corpositon are
all females.' , Tbe office is under tbe pat
ronage of the Kmprasa. . '
,. 1 1 SI II 1 ,n ,i..,;-i'
A great nMc'bodist orator in -. Dublin,
once attempted to Breach front the text
"Remember Lot's Wife," end aide a
failure. ' Afterward remarking to Dr.
Bond thai he did not know the reason of
his failure, tbe venerable doctor replied
that be "had better hereafter let ether
people's wivei alone.' j
Just published sent to any address oa re
oeipt ofprloe, Teohri. snpUe"alf tts
1 '-1 ,UOIIi.l"WJj
0 Iris get a bomi of Venr ownNew seas "
anavaoma mjmm-.. n -jii l na sfn
I'll never forget thee dear Mary eog
-t i by Bishop: '." r.--i M U n0
My bins-eyed JekBle Belloag : bv
Holder ' . .99.
Ob Annie oome back-teng aad eacra' '
:. Tucker .1 r .- . . c;, ,7 M;
Toldln thetvrillght-B0Dgan4ehoreT '
1 CritleyU, t ""","'''"
Don't marry a il be driiika.-iti '
I'll mtrry no mhai drinks, riy
' i tne BDvVB''- wl ' ' 1. - oer
Beautiful form oF my dreama (14th) .'im
song by Danks -. - j0i '
Whea we marched to the rolf of the dram . ". '' J
song by Bishop ,-, , . ,.11.) Oily
Oh come to me then when daylight, sets-
song by BassfoTa4 " ' ' W
Nearest aad aearest . (Ulfe)aeag by. X 11 :u
R Thomaa . ,$0 ,
Give me honest friends and trur ' ".
.by looker : , ' f t
Do cot heed her warning., reply lo . J
sies warning song by Tucker v' 96 .
Jenny who lives in the dell song ' M-'; -"
& Thomaa , -
Softly' oe'r the rippling waters song by
J U Ihomas, with beaatlOU Litfto- '
graph of the Author 1 40
Belts in distant lands song by tucker 80
ihe light step polka by .Francis fl.'::..
1 Brown. ,. , , , r i t 96
Morning Ughl Shottisohe by Readea' 0 '
Sunlightpelka by Mrs Parkharat ' .49
Banjo gallop by Mrs Parkharat 10
Somethiig pretty Manfrka - by Mrs'
I'arkkiirs r. .,, v
Beware, quartette words by Longfellow 60 , .
Pretty Rosaline soeg by S Hoffman 1:
I'm clad father's came eena ni m am ;SU .,-
rMollles welcome to Pat Malony 40
tie beart is ai(-ey onrai ny uese aw
The cot beside the mill song bytjaltei- .(
Swinging round the eircle , - . .,,8 ;
Ton naughty, naughty man 'io)g la 0 '
' the Black Crook ,, , . ,., ,-fi . 1 c;U ',i
Now I lay me down to sleep song aad .
chorus by Walbridge - 't ... !:-.! W tk
Blue eyes or black soe g by P Baker -; v ! :
Btars of the 8ummer night, quartette jO
Coming coming by and by songbyfjaj-i
briet , . .. ; 4u,
We'll go with Grant again' song and cho
rus by Tucker ., ' ,. . $Q
Halt boys halt song an4 choras by . :
The sew home sweat home aeag by,
Madam Parepa " 60
Any mnsie paklishtd wlUbe seat by i n
lurn mail and parties over Davlni will re .
eeive their change with Ihe music Address
orders ,.: u i.
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Office. SCOVILL'S BLOCK. lt&IUPl-
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S Thormm, P Deisnery . ."i
N Heisel, , ( ( . , r P Gaenaslesj,. ' ,
FR Silberg, ' A Mayer,
K Hesseamuellcr, " 0 Beheack, M Ij
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Ph Hennincer, . .GEO Weber. t; :a. ,
Geo Weckerling, H Melcber, . '
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hoav noticr y '
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Notice ia hereby iriyen thai ft tatltlecK h'l
will be presented to the Commissioner! .! '
of Ashland County, Ohio, nk their aenk' r .9
session, to be held en the Irst Monday In: v.
June, a. v., low, praying w tne as
lisbment of e eoaaty road ntong tM to. ;
towing described route, to-wit j, Beetsx. ,11.-,
nlng at tbe South West eoraerof Miia..!:-
towaship, AshkadCeBlyafoTeaald,Md n '
running East en the line ef said Coantv. . ,
and RiohUai County, until U b later. .
sectid by a County Road leading South . ...
westerly iron Petetsbnrr. in said Town
hip, to tbe Blaokfork Bridge, in said -County
of Richland. '-
. MAN I PETITIONERS, 4
Before the te&toes were liberated add '
became "free Americana of African d-" ' j,
scent," the "loyal'' disunion inoegrei of.
gam used to tell how debased and ignor-i I
ant they were kept by their toasters. r
Now, however, they say these same "oot-1 ''
ored bretbreft" are very inteUigealfc-tJ I
more so than tbe Irish or Dutch,, gieVi V
just the intelligent people to make voter
of.. This is "swinging round tbs elf olej,' f