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THE ASHLAND UNION, WEDNESDAY MORNING,. JULY 3-
J. M lA.VDIt . J. B. LAftftlaV
J.B. LAXDlBABRO., E41Un
AablM4 i t i July Y 1887.
Vmaomtlc State Tickot
'V : for Oovtrnor,
AfcLEN 0. TBTJRMAN, of Franklin ;
DAW1L 8.- COL, bf Holine ;
' . Trtavmr of Stat,
C. FULTON, of Crwrord;
, Auditor of Slatt,
JOBS MoELWEE, of Batlrr ; .
'Attorney Central, . ' '
TB0MA8 M. KEY, of Hamilton ;
Comptroller of the Treasury,
WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of Willumi
limber Board of Public Workt,
ATHRH0G1IE3, of Cuyahoga.
W. G- BELTMAN. j
'' ' ' Rttordtr.
JOHN KKENE, Jr.
DR. A. EMERICK.
' POETTS ITEMS.
Tb alav trad li Mid to bo in actlv
peratioepon th eoaat of Cub. Kb
glieb writer charge the revival to Yn
kt aterprit. . Shouldn't wonder.
Thm km beta several eaecs of AsUt.
m cholera It Qalvcston, Tciu. The
eity ii ia poor unitary condition. '
It ia id that (be cror look well ia
tha lower Miasitrippi valley, and the until
graine have alt been harraatcd ia food
Another : revolutionary aoldier, John
Began, 104 yean rf age, bu bteo found
ear Parii, Illinois ; orer 400 of hi de
eeadaata are alat living,
in ei-raui ana reomo Kaiiroad aa
ebiae ihopi and oar work were daatroj
ed by Ire oa the 25th. Lou 1150,000 ;
ietarana about 180,000.
- U. . aetablished faet. o uti the
Jl J,OTkIiaji, that ia England the
nairroaa ""of rifl. jwO-Qurl lutat lit.
j other rraini ia the world
Mre. Elisabeth Loekmew died Ut
week in Bethel Pa., at the age of one
hundred and Gre years. She had out
lived all her kindred.
Advuet iron the interior of Indiana,
Keatoeky aad Ohio indicate that rati,
mat n4 the weeril bare done great in
jury to tht white wheat, bat that the
red Tarietie hare eteaped injury. .
The fame taULw George H. Patoh
en baa Wee told for 117,000.
Aaother forty mile of. the Union Pa.
eific railway bare born accepted by the
GoTtrameat, makiog 88$ ia til. No
ore trouble from tb Inditn hi antioi
A rich deposit of mtgnttio iron bit
aeea roaid a few mile north of Stereos'
Point, in Wisconsin, u is luppotod to be
aa txtenaioa of the tmmanae bed of this
variety afore on the aouth sbors of Like
Superior. Ii yie'd 43 per cent of pure
There art report of much sickness at
Washiogtoo. The oity it aaid to b In a
Khy eonditlen, and no aanlUrr nreeao
Hoat bar boea token by the aathorltie.
Typhoid ferer Ii especially prevalent and
to ebolera i looked for.
Ia tht Jdiobigst ConstituU'onal Con
wenhea, the Committee on Eleotioos aad
ta Militia Uva mportod, respectively,
artielet emitting the wort white through
out Natir Indiana are to be allowtd to
vota. Xxtmptioa Irom military atrvieS,
for religion toraplee, 1 to be valid only
ia Urn of peace. - ; y
Wbaa tht expseaa traia going touih
mtbaC. O A a R. It oa Satnrday
fereaooa, waa about two mile below
GaIioa.it atruck a wagon, eontaining a
Mr. Klpet, kit wif and three ebildren,
wa troMBg the track. Tba tbrt cbil
dren leaped from the wagon and wr bat
tightly injured. . Mr. Sip od hit wif
wereaboelujigly mutiltled aad fattantly
It ia agala asserted that Dr. Livinj
(toa la not dead, a letter from Zaaaibaf ,
dated March 28th, ttatipg that be bad
beta beard from, elite and well aa ea
piJ:iioo kMtild frorJ England to at-
artoio tba facto. :.
Our advioet from tb plsin leave wo
loogtr any doubt that tb inroad of tb
Xodiaat kav at kit effectually checked,
lot tht fretoat, the Mward frOffnta of
iBtPacifio railway.'. The grading par.
bet lav bees drives froa tb line to
tetk (belter, and there art iodicatioe of
general sttmped boob; all the a e.
. aJsytd .0 tooitruotjoa.
rjere I rnmor at Fart Eerket tbt
a7a!) bo7c aavalry, eemmaeded by
C:irl Csattr, bta 1mi defeated by tb
Xadiaap aid tba General killed
TIKES- AX D THE
From a rtiol in the fim of 11 1
wtA, ire take tUMowlog t V j
"8u)dieri wbra too think of yonr be-!
loved comrade Who were deprived of
food, elothin;, aad the moat lgnlficaut
ocefcrtt of life wbilat tafferlng impriaon
tatnt for paUiotie deedi ; when you taw
your aeiaridefrw yUdemonrilie luterally
itrh( ro. death,' remenibvr that
the Denoeratle party laid you got yt.ut
deaerta . -
A more abbloaliog falsehood, thaa the
abote, waa aerer altered. The Demo
eratio party aerer arid any oreh tbing,
end the editor of the Timm, who awore
bimaelf te be a eoamioa Hal, kaowi
Bat who are mpoorible for tb ill
treatment of oar priaooen at A.aderaoa
tille t The Goafederatee ate sot j tbey
did the beet they eoald j their eeaatry
wa eahaoated, and they warned the Lin-
tola Gorernmint that the roldier were
eafferiog and it ooold pot be k-elped. -
Tbey plead for aa exohange, aiaa or
aJleledj, replied that be trould not ."-
change healthy men for akeleioat.?'. All
appeal for exohange fell lifeleen, apon
the cold ear of a hrartleti GoTerament.
It refuted to come to the relief ef itt own
tufferiog aad dying aoldicra, aad prefer
red they eboald remaia in priaoa and'
help eat out the tobttanoe of the South.1
Tkeee are facta, nnanetterable. damning
(aett, and they will, toourr or later, rite
flp ia judgment againtt the lying econa
drelt who are now reviling the Sooth.
It doea not become the editor the Aih-
land Timu to accaee Democrat! with be
ing entaiiet of the aoldier. . He maoifci-
ted Am great lore (?) for them when he
iwindled them out of their bounty mon
ey. The man who would defraad a aol
dier oat of hi bounty, i none too good
totteal hialajt cracker when dying of flir
tation, The ksta he ha to aty about
"Copperhrade,'' AnderaobTllle, "., Ac,
the better it will be for him, , .
. The National Debt.
George Praaeii Train, in tbi Coarae of
a latt tpeach, touoblng on the National
debt, aaid "that w kare had grand -
bibition at firework, and mortgaged eur
farm to pay for It. That the eo-oalled
wealth of to. Farmer eonaSsted In baring
hi boy in Ih grtrcyard, and a lorea
tbirty in bia pooktt ia exchange. To
paj off the debt k thirty ynre, we mtnl
raiae tea thonaattd jnilltoa dollar In tax.
ta, making the rich richer, and the poor
That, tays' iha Cincinnati Enquirer,
would be undoubtedly true if we wait
thirty year to pay off the National debt.
Bat why wait f Why pay aix or atvea
thousand million of dollar of Interest
when wt can pay tb debt ia greenback
and tare all that immenrt jam f
Southern Army v ,
Tb publication pf the musters-rolls of
tht Southern army show at no Urn more
than 650,000 men. The largest number
ever on duty, was 800,000, and Lee's
greatest strength, and that only fort
brief time, vu 100,000.
Democrat in tb various township of
this County should proceed Immediately
to erganii Towaehip Club. It it all
important that eur Ume-boDored party,
whose rank were never broken by the
uperior number of enemies, nor demor
alised by defeat, now rally ia eolid and
eompaot lines preparatory to oar triumph
ia October. Organisation and work will
make oar success sore tbi Ml ' Tbi is
o time for Demoortt to slumber. Ev
ery township should have it Club ia ao
tlve operation. ' Organite.
The vTitaeaaee Arm! oat Sam-U.
The Washington correspondent of the
Sunday Mercury call attention to the
character of tb mea who have testified
to teeing Eorratt ie Waablagtow on tb
day ot tn aaaaaniiaUoa. .Bom of. Item
are aot at all rooutable. Dye his btreu
arrested ror pawing counterfeit money.
ana aaoiner or inem w tBtn tpoaen of;
ABotner eeieoMDie vntBea wu Wm.
E. Cleaver, the man who- outraged th
little beerar of the Seventh WarJ. until
aba died from hi lust, and for which b
wu ooavictod aad leotoneed. For torn
reason beet knowa ta Gen. Carrinirton
sod Judge Fiaher, tbi damnabl brute
and murderer wa ordered a new trial,
aid tb benefit of bail extended to him
about two week ago, aad now he appear
in a aew r wttaee tgaiett eorratt.
Now ia aot tbi plotare to be comment
en upte by honaei waoplef Ubow th
troaa-tfamfnatioB, of Cleaver, it came out
that both Impeiober Aahley aad Coao
vcr bad had a talk with biarClver-
ndj it wu tktcngb. thana that he waa
IDfflUHl MM m VIET, MB. f - -
Here ia a maa with the barter almoat
around bi asek, od with 4ba fallow
atoriag him to 4ba, ifa, brought into
ourt to bear fait witaeat acaiutt bi
neigbUr. Who believe that Dye, or
uooper, or vm iust ue gaaplery or
tbi blood boood, Cleaver, aver taw tW
ratt ia tows tub tin of th statasi.
tioaf NooMtotiitPtirtrDi. ' Jh
Sorratt waa keowa 4o tbouataaV peo
pie her, and yet there i aot aa of our
popujao who taw him, but mar atfoora
ere aad atraogert, who never btit; .tb
aaae of Surettt Butil !t th cs:2,r,
aow attto tbey taw him. moEtd co- and
roMgvuwo at us ueaira, toa la 10 jsrt
i vimt ujrj m aoi t Mt.l t 'gi tg
op mn ii the on
;. ; Iawelesot) of Sheritla.au
I A dlifatoh Mendat morning briefly al
lade to oommuDiottloa from Gea. 8bH'
da to Gea. Great, la whioh the Batrap
of iha Fifth Diatriet bow iooleoee and
iuaubordioatloo that would not go nor.
buked or anpuoihd ' under a genuine
Jaokeou lo tba pealiioa of CemmantU.
in jLtt. tr u ita run text :
HlaDQCAETIH Of 1BI
FifTa Miutaet Dimiof,
Nxw Oblian, June 22, 1867,
Central U. 8 Grant. Waihington t
GiaEBAir-T am la receipt of a 'tele
ii ram from the Preaident through Brevet
Major General Townaend, Adjutant Gen
enl tjoltrd State army, directing me to
extend Ifae regittratioatn' tbi city" and
State until Augutt lat, unlet ' I hare
tome good reaaon to the contrary,' and
ordering me to report eacoeia and mob
reaton for bi information, and alio att
ting that it hi judgment tbi exkeniioa
it neeeaaary to full aad faTr regiatretioa,
and that the time thould be that extend
ed became other diatriet eommaoder
ll tot be through bfor that titoe. "
3Iv reaaon for eloaiha reeiatratlea ia
tbi oltt were became had birea the
city two and a half mootbi, and thire
war aa more to reiltter. i bar circa
thetttm Bd a lilf month and
tegiatration. wilt be Vxhaoeted by ' that
time. ) did nol feel warranted in keep-
lop up board of registration at a large
xpenie to tu.it new fmM coming in a
fht tlevenih hour.'. The regiitratioo will
be completed in Loaitiana at the time
tpeoified, unlea I am ordered to carry
out the law under Nr. Sanberrv't tater
prttation, whicX practically in regittra-
(ion ti Oftnxng a broad macadamuza
road for perjury and fraud to trattl on.
1 Uo not tee Why nty registration
ahould be dependent en the time when
other distriot eomuMden get through.
Z bare cireo mere time for the regiatra
lion of Louisiana than they propote tb
giro ia their oommandt, for commenced
tix weeks before they did. regret that
I abould bare to differ from the f resi
dent, bat it mutt be recollected that
bare been ordered to execute a late to
whic tht Pretidtnthat been in bitter an-
If after tbu report the time i to De
extended, please notify and it will be
done. I would do it at once, out tne
President' telegram' wu conditional, end
there h wfEoient time left to' itane .the
neeeeeary order. , P. H. Ismttuir.
WJt Weneral V. D. A.
TOTffiE PZOPLS flP .OKIO. .
PrwteetloB to Anterleaut Ithor.
Holding this nropoaiUoa uirue, that
the Amtrioan Farmer who producei th
taw material, and th Amorioan Menu
faoturar and Mechanie who work up the
raw material aad fit it for ultimate use
eU the beariag a major park of the ex-
lenswer tne veMmiwyre-nuia.tnr.
Ameneao market, u against Jboreign
Prodacera and Manufaoturers : There
fore W are olemalv pledged to' vindi
cate our belief la the truth of thi prop
osition by ell honorable and legitimate
means within tht prerogative of a free
In view of the above related facts, and
since the candidate of th leading polit-
iol nariie of our State eava been pre
tented by (heir respective conventions, I
am dirteted on behtlf of the Ohio Wool
Growers' Association, aad th friend of
the reepectiv policy, to call a public
meeting of tb Member of that Associa
tion, and all ether of our fellow eitiiens
who are in favor of legislation for. th
protection of American Industry to be
held in the tvtfy Uevtiana, on vid
nhdat, tht 8d day of July, 1867, at
11 o'clock, a. m.. to take counsel upon
matter relating to laid interest a cob
nected with the pending oanvau tor State
8. D. HARRIo, Scoy.
Cleveland, June 2llt, 1867.'
i. tti is' :
Tavxallan-Htate DehC Report of
toe Auaiior oi isuiie
Tb report of the Auditor of State.
maoe w ioe ihi uegMii.uro, ou toe otn
of December, 1866, being a detailed
statement of tho condition of the finanoee
of th State for the fiscal year ending
November, I860, eontaiu much valuable
matter, aad makaa many good ingge
tiooi u to tba manner in which a large
amount of money otn be saved to the
tax-payer of Ohio, all of uikich were en
tirely ignored by the Legieliture, thi de-
Uctabl body being too much engrossed
in attending to "the great principle of
manhood auffrage," alias negro equality,
to giv any attention to uoh tmalir mat
ter u taxation The Auditor sayi ! "If
etoaomy I desired, annual savin ga to the
Treasury may be effected aa follow: By
th abolition of unnecessary 8tate officer;
by diminishing tb number of tmployee
ia tbe Military Staff Department; by
diminishing th extra number of public
document ad report, th expense oi
ttatioaarv, printing, binding, Acs by
thee and ether Item tber would be a
taring ot $75,000 annually.' .Have any
of tbeae luggeation of th Aaditor been
acted oa f - Net ' one. Instead of re
trenching, they have been, if possible,
mor lavish in their expenditor. As
mtnv of tbess centiemea will era lone
be before ..the people aakiag a r-eleetien,
It may throw teste light orr the' tubjeet
by requiring tbem to tifh'w-Phi
Brighaa Young it preparing to abdi
aate in favor of young Brigham, but th
rider all want bit) place for themlve,
and ihet i tquabblt immiaeat.
15 food eriait- bt saarry jtaaaaj) in'
(i South. ,Tht try p( afOmaf ibtt re.
eently (ami apfroa) aearryal tbi South
r Statu It nw alltviated byrt galb
ring of tht earTorope,,-f '5 1
. Tb Merioaa Libaraliat are repraaatr,
cJaa.&tBgiBg,' tbaottag, tad xptlpj
th. IPialUtd and tbala wympathiHrt.
Tba Citv at M1eo was esnturad en tba '
imh, r' "'
TfibirBlW(n .tbe neflte of IbfftljirrTd'TmgwnTy Jbe FonTemy lo el
TTU.a SCABED. !
Tb1 Oberlia Aetn ia betommg alarm
ed about "th'" (ucoeia of th ".Mongrel
Ticket tbi fall, and especially the Nig.
ger Amendment to'the Constitution.' It
aya i " . . . :
While w expret to are our candidate
elected by haadaome majoritlca W hall
not disguM our appreheosioe that tht
istut oa the Amendment will be a clot
ou. The eoaeervatism of Southera Ohio,
hide bound in it prejudices, will be hard
to overcome and there It (very argument
ia this speat of the cue why tht R
serve ctruntie should lend every energy
to poll th fullest powibl vot for tht
Amendment. A defeat there would he
worn ibta tht lots of a doien Governor,
and there tout M tody wrrk benoefor
ward by every whole hearted Republioaa
lo ivoidaaoa eealamity. , . '.,
.A July Jdeetiac wf Conrreem-'
Letter and telegrams bar beta re
ceived by the Tjnioc Congressional Ex
ecutive Committot from enoueh Maa
ber of Congrera.to.lnsurt a auorum io
July, to a abort Busier aeaajpa it a fixed
fact. . A aamber of tht letter- received
from Republican ineiobeTS atato that they
Will com on ooodiilon that the leuioa
shall aot last orer nt Or tbree weeks at
the farthett.. . V! .., .., , .
Tbey ds dot wiib to proceed with fht
regulu bislneal of Coogreit, bat merely
to fix definitely tb recoattraotioo act, to
that Pr;tient Jobnton and Mr. Stan
bry will, b prevented , hereafter from
giving ant more trouble and hindering
reconatruciion. . It is evident also, from
the tone of letter received1, tbat an at
tempt will be mad to have Speaker Col
fax annouaee the Commuted immediate,
ly, ro eg tt be able to fco tight to wcrH.
Thl plan) favored by those tnzioua to
impeach Ac 'President, and bv others
who are opjosed to Secretary MoCutloob'
present finmoial Bohev, and taltatially
in respect tt the present system of Na
tional bankst Thcte who are ia favor f
Ions aniioB.MV.if ooct artnornm it ob-
Uined the eiion Wilt be kept va. lonr
I. enough to telle definitely tb question
or impetehniait. ' .";.'. v" ,
A lynx wai killed, a few day co, lo
I'll . ! J II i f
Clinton eouniy, Q. It wa two ma a
noty, O- K
half feet big, aad when held op- by the
hind feetmajBured five feet eight inohe.
One thousand breach loading arms,
and fifty thousand cartridges have been
issued front; tk arsenal at Leavenworth
for tht use T tb engineer and workman
of tht Paoito Itailroad, in order to trreV
teot thcmsjlvet against the attack f
Iodiaai.; . , . . . . . ,
Membeia of Congress eootiaua toar-
nvt ib jVsibington, and it is expected
thai tbsra will be tufioiebt to constitute
a quorutany ro-aay.
. I . : j . K wt v., i -
tempt tht releat of Col. Bnrke.
. Late news oo: firm tht capture of San
te Anna j who is taken by force from
the Virginia, 'he captain ' spread the
American ensigb on the gangway, which
waainiultingly rodden upon by the Mex
joanl : : ' " :- '.-
. . The Presidoi will probably tend none
but voto mcast m to Congrtse at it Ju
ly session. ' . . j ; , i . . ':
' atamembiry if yea vot for Radi
cal candidates Hi fill, you oast yonr ki
fioeace in iaveef- negro euffragel If
th abolitionists) lucceed tgsia in Ohio,
tbey will find wean aid way, to force,
negro suffrage po tbe people whether
they desire it or; not... The only way to
prevent negro-pslitioal eeualitt, ia to veto
(gainst tvtry candidate f the party ad-
vooaung toe nnuura - uv:i
IWlf you wtot to getnpoo political
equality with Worvs, vote for tbe negrw
nfTrsge amendment I tb Oonstitution,
tbi lull, v... , II ,;;,4i Ju.i, fit )
! Maximilian nji put to death oa the
I9lh bv th Libsral Aotku of Mexico.-.
Th tarn party i guilty of a -flagrant
oatrage upon thl AmeflctB flag' at Siaal
trampling o.er tao enuga "of . an Ameri
can ' vessel , aid forcibly tomtviag
Stnta ', Abb . ftorn-'- it preteeu'oa. By
these two deeds) Mexico 'will fled that
abt bu got hersef Into business before
sh bear tb last of jt ' , A ,t -",;
Adminittraton' Sato of Real Ealattj.
S puTSuaaoa f aa esdet grattod by the
rroeeie vean er asniaaa ueoav., ume.
we win oner for sals at faaltc-aeietMa, a
Saturday Angutl id, 1 867, ;
ecmneaetag at 1 Velock ?. M.; upa the
preaises, Uis follovine described real estate.
situate in the CooatT of Finland and State
ef Ohio, to-wit: The South West Quarter ef
seeuea Talrtj-roar, la Township Twenlj Ire,
ot nange asrenteea, eeatattuntj one antrared
and slaty teres, ef the laads setd at Woetter,
Ohio, te be sold free ef dower i v-t. ,
Alss, th fellewlat dtseribed tract of lead
sitae! in sidetmoty, beiag th Beat half of
u. onn nasi quarter r Beeuoa aumoeT
Three. Township ana-bar Twenty feur and
Kangt aamber 8e-ntea, eeetalain BigHty
acMi mor er leaa, to b seid free oi dower.
Terns rfSato-OBa third each la haat,
eae third to oo and oat third la two years
tram day of sale. Deferred payments to bear
later est frva day ef aale aad to be seeursd
by avartgasja oa said prrniee. ' '
-, .. JAMES M WRIOBr.Adai'r
: -i MMVt WBIOHT. Adaa'r'x, ,
; , Of The. Wright, de'.
.ii mi i . I I I . I II Hi., I
Xaiio. Is ktretir gtrtri iVat' th Aahlaai
Coaaty Itit Croud hava Beaa Mated by
toe Trustees ( Nentiemerf Tn-. to be used
aa a Posad for tht pvaoM ef iopeaBiag any
.etoek tna4 suaaisg at larKe within said
jrp.;-a-aa alter Jue 24tn. 1807. T0Sy
will be loosd at ta rati Otero -eT'Mr. ft. .
Dailta. weer tbe entreea of the gromaf.
t.l. "t !.
HAVE just Ntaratd from lb gTt
Esit, and are how imivirig Ih t
Tlie Largest ond
i ; , 1 ' '. .
; .tocfc ever
TO BB CON VIN OS OF THE
FACT, CALL and 8BJS FOR YOU-
8ELVES. , , .'.v "V!;:
uSt fin In BRIIBAatERS d WIN-
BIO LER8 tf you want to wa a oie lia
Of ' T .
WHITE OOOis ' ' ";
1 LAWNsi . - '.V
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'.''".': 8ILK POPLINS,
MOHAIR k CROP8MERET, A
BLEBCHED AND "
. i i , ' " ; '
STRIPED A CHECK. 8HJRT1KO at
very LOW PRICES.
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Remember, that oar Stock oil
MEN aad BOY'S wear cannot be ur
paaaed io thi part of th great Watt.
. aajrWtkeep the most ttylish, el.
gant and durable , HOOF SKIRTS yet
pxDdaee by nor tBanufadtarert. : .
HMtmtor .at w way uaui for
ii- ,";'. -.'if.-.; ,
BUTTER & EGGS
t i ;
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TH3 TOKIUI UIUlIOTn HRB m & C O.
A-'r.s 'r rSr tv
m im rtfii
NET PROFITS JANUARY lit, 1867.......
THOMA8 SHERSOCK, Pra,t,J "
W. B. CASSILLT, Vto IW-oW
THE ENTERPRlSlirNURANCE COMPANl -iI IINCINNATI, 6
wm organised Feb., I860, and itt net profiti Jan. 1st, 1867, WaagpaUr,thn any ,
other Compaoy io Amerioa,foa the yeer being 140,12 86., v r--,..:' ,-f,
Ita . Capital ia twice a large u aoy other Western Company, aad ia comparison to
tb liabilities, larger than any Company In America.
. . Tb Stoek aad managsmtai areia th haada of wealthy and energetic .boaioraa '
men, bene it loolu'for the patrooagawhieh It merit, j, i .;!
8. D. TEEPLE; $eni Agent, Northern Ohio. .
i . m , . . ' . H. 8. SEE, Agent, Ashland, O. -
, ; ,.?3 i iANCB 4 DAILY, lUne&iO.-
April 10. W.lydS ' V ; A. J. THOMAS, Wooster, O. '
-: .? . ; . . , . PEQ..B STEWART, LoudoBtlll, C.
r 'pa A.Hur.ico;r;
The popnlir BOOT BHOB MW, wUhes t
urona IB pnoue, waiue wu urtiv mmm
kolde forth oa the Cerner of CWBUH and
IANDU8KT BtreeU, In AihUnd, sad that he U
prepared t muafretar ell kiads CT work to
order, la the beet of end. an the most
reason!). lermi, Ako, .. ..
NEATLY AND' PR0MPTLF DONE
Ptiwe-soUclte4. - .? ; f- .
- M'CAULEY & Mil
H ATE now oo hinds one of tbelar
: gett and but Stocki of - .
. ' ---AND---: '
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
ver hrenght to Ashland, and which they
aMiteuiog at '. ;.;,.,':. ; -
JW YORK PRICES I
leverrthing Is th very latest stjle. We witl
keepr eoBitaatly en bmnd a full antHment of
HAT8, CAPS, GLOVES, LADIEB' A GENTS'
COLLARS, NECKTIES, BOSS and HALF
HOSB, UN DEBCLOTBINQ, C c , whleh
eaa be purobased at the very LOWEST
CASH, tgures. ' 'kt'"1
: ; ,. , MoCAULEY i JONES.1
PoT Deal forget, th ale. lf4 wf th
Oppmit Firit tfatumalBank, AtKland.
May io, ws?-w ,
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TTA8 rcetatly creatly larpreeed (he Old
XL Fertrse aad ha riaoved hi large
airxtaaeW itoek, . where k it new
prepared to meat his old tustomtrs..
Wbilrt raturnlag thaak for past patron
age. I would reipeetfully anaouae -tbat I
am prepared better thaa ewer te famish all
wita - , i -
I k tv new ea head a '
Aad durable stock ef
. ''fotVri;- r :' !'.
: t !!.!.-.?! i. !';
Hatt, " Cipi,1 1 Fumlihlng Good.
l;'wlll alio call PtMa Oania. InAlntn
(ttloaet. Batlaets, A., by the yard, cheap
er thaa e be purehaaed elsewhere .fa .U)ls
CDTTlN.TREff DF CHARGE.' ;
teneult your httrest and aall o
: V.; ' ,1, qREENEWALO, i
, (51 , : ' H4 of Orange fW.-
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f..rit'" kV P t ' ftf
w -) r f bbi
. 140.613 80
W. B. RICHABDSON, Oec'y'
W. BYRON, Chler,.
nnimn mwTfi a a (vintner i
FOUNDRY & MACHINE SHOPS
rpilE Froprletort of theee exleasive Work '
I hare the plealure of aaatuaDf to the.
fublio, that they arc now fillip prepared to.
supply the dennd M all the LATBST
BEST, sad M08T APPROVED AG&ICOL
tBRAL IMPLEMENTS. MACHINES, t.
- le calling th atteatloa ef Ih eitiieaa e
this aad adjoining ooualie to these Worksg;
located la ih eeater of your floariihiaa
town, we reapectAiIly auggeit that tils I a.
Horn Institution with facilities eoniBwaaar
ate with the wann-ef Ih'seanaityt.aa4 i .
S' reperly eased tor by th interested public
ill add very materially t th wealth, pepu-
Utm and importance of your town andr
county. Viewing it in this Kght, we propvev. '
to so eoadaot the bu-toets ta all lie- varicaa.
branohes as to entitle ue to the fullest cost-" '
denoe and patronage of the community, '
W hare now en hand, for law present sea
ton, (with many other vsilaaM iatpror
mentaj the followiagrji .
dai I'd ociDNn inn Mnwun-
. -' MACHINES, i . i ' . ,
IFiVa or without Dropper Atttthrmt.
WHITE'S IMPEOYBD MBTALIC 8PRIKO)
TOOTH . ' , ; - ... , ... .
HOR5E HAY RAKE,
Whioh are saeead to aoae ia -th. aarkci..
with the Bush Patent Saw Gutdt'. improredL
Also Circular Saw attachment v. ,
The well known and reliable "'
Ashland Clover Holler
and Gleaner, With several New aad tmaeut-.
ant la-proTementi. ..i,.f. ,
The eotnmcm sense - '
We prefer thi Fork to all others, sod kare
mimuuui ia rfnuunaicnaiai it le all those,
ia want of a superior article " "
I ,.. A Lm g Assortmeat of
i n)?' 3' 3
' r -' .i
er tbe out approved ratferne, manufselar-- -ed
with care from the beat material.
Iron Double Shovel PUki with Sleep
. Shoveii, Corn Plov, CW.wa- , . .
tort, Farm Bolk, . - 1
' We also keep oa hand pad for sale at maa .
Wheat Drills, JUwhing Bnket,' 'ATtm-.
- .i.iijl r;u.
Strati Cutten, di: . '
We hire furnished our Vre Wire the
most improTei machinery ia ec: Bajriag.
skiUAil and eiptrlSnoe UaohaBieel lm - !
cry deserlplioa ef ,. ..- .:
0A8T and WROUGHT IRON WORK. BTBAm
EN0INE8, MILL OKARINQ and RBrtlaV
INO generally dene premptly at Wta- laraiiaS .
possible rate. . - .- ... -.r...
Ia additioa (a oaretraaep tjeleaeiv ata--ehinery,
we have just ik to- eperallea ' -MAMMOTH
StiMtWJJJT UAfiUINB, aa
patle of Catting th largest alt Jioke. New.
aad Sorews required for B idge Building .
Cider Pressee, Jack Screw, &e for. Whith.
We solicit ordere. . , -,
Special attention paid te Maaufscturlag
8CHOOL HOUSE DE8K8, CnAIRS, ke., of
superior style and quality, at weir ae coma-fort.
Steim Guaget, Gutge Cocki, OilCupi,
Steam tnd Wattr Pipit . ,
Constantly ea haad. "" '
We shall be happy to see all ear old
friends and as many new oaas as will be
pleased to favor as with a ealL whether they
require aay thing ia oar line or act.
VHlTiriQ A CO,
May 8, 1897-lfltf
C0I8TKPTI01 CTJBABIJt BT Bat
x . BCHENCr'l JtEOKlTOaV.. ....
TCuae Ooi-kwptiaei. ike ritti Imailhs
prepared as thai Iha lungs will heal. T lo
ecmplish this, the lirer aad stomach mast
flrtt b cleaneed and an appetite created for
good wholesome food, which, by theee medt-.
einee will be digested properly, and geext
healthy blood madet thus balldlag up the
constitution. SCHENCK'8 MANDRAKB
PILLS eleacN the stomach ef all bilious r
muoous aoeumulatioae ; and, by asing the Sea
Weed Toole In connection, the appetite Is re
stered, : BOHBNCK'8 PULMONIC SYRUP Isautrl
clous aa well as medicinal, aad, by using th
three remedlee, all tmpuritiee are ezpslled
from the system, aad good, wholesome blood '
mad. whleh will repel ell disease. If pa
tients will lake these medicines according t .
directions, Consumption very Ireqaeatly la
lta last etege yields readily to their Mioa
Teh th pill frequently, t eleaase the liver
and etomaoh. It Joes net follow that beeaas
the bowel ere aot eoetlve they are aot repair
ed, for oor.etlraes ia dlanhma they are aeees-
say; , suesumaoa moat De kept asaltay,
and a '.ppetiie created to allow the Palmoai
Syrup t act on the aeepiratory argane prop
erly and allay aay irritation. - thaa all that '
is required to perform a perhiaoant ear Is,
te prevent taking sold. ' tiereire about Ik'
roeme ae much a possible, eat all tbe rieheat
fold fat meat, gam, aid, la fact, anything
the appetite crave) but b particular and
2ndw. - . -.
Tht Maaoa AEamlia Cabintt Oman
forty dlffereatetyles, adaptsd te sacred and.
secular maeie, ror BO la ISOO each. . Fill T
ONB GOLD or SILVER MEDEL8, er ether
Irst premium awarded them . Illustrated
Catalogue trie. Address. MA HON t HAM
IN, Bomob , r MASOU BROTH WR8, New
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