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LOCAL AHD mQTOlTCQira.
ASHLAUD, 1 JULY 3d, 1867.
Utter Xtoavt). -.,;., i
' -BerfS. S, Herring preached in fta
Lathsrea ChuM, lastflabbeih erasing.
Tha District Poor. or thi County,
will U held at Aablaod on Friday oexi
--Ther ii to b an oId-.fsablond j-
ebntiaw it Jeromevill on the. Fourth,
A jped tlxM ii BOlioiptl'S',!
-r-A Squirrel hont Occurred la Wtya
oaeiy, oot day bit week. Tie highest
amber of grey iqulrreli killed by one
pMoi wa thirty-one,;. "
-A will be seen by ibeir card id anoth
er eolnma. Dr. 3. P. Cowan tad W. 8.
BaWlj bar formed a partnership fbf
tbaviaetioe-ef nvedioin. ... i W
-Tneba( wfot iuhsejrjber la avoid
I Ian for labteriptioo, ti to pay promptly
; 4r an :iadM ebRgitiooi to H, If,
Hiokok for a lata eopy of too Oalreeton
(TaMe)At. . 'V
' -roft 9. Peek, df Oberlia, our
Miauter to Biyti, died of fovor at Port
t).I.. iv. O.ii '.l' T " - '- ' '
' We biitt Iveea eagerly looking about
for eome item, bat bare not laoeeeded
ia fading any. Too warm for "itemi."
: ? --The Ohio Farmer exprtMM at opte
ioa that good wool will bring 60 centi,
and adrliea all that oaa to hold their wool,
Oberlia will oelebrate the Fourth of
July oa the third, by an txeanlrt to the
When yotf eome to town to buy aay
.thing, be aura and bay of those who ad-
rertiee, u they i).wiji keep the boat goodi
inoiMll at tne loweit pncei
QevHiyea fot' iMiaii any pro-
tetoa oa wool, and tbe wool growers of
ULito arediiaoied tw defeat him. Bee
the call for meeting, in another eol,
'f'ai. tn -? ,tt !! ', .
n ooHonyeri, in tnn puoe are offer
iag (ram 15 to 40 eeota per pooad.
Tha figure) look wry' low to mool.
groteri, ma they; are dpoaeato . ,'!hoJd
! -fFint rtgalar tout for Fourth of Ja.
1J aelebrationi . ' '
The Conititntioa of the United States,
"Ihonga loit to tight, to memorr tar."
. Muiio j'Aald Hug flyoe.",
-rA isaehange aayslhe JounJTTdiu
of neighboring town ihoW. their good
sensa by wearing abort drosses. Ia this
place, tbey show their feet'
The Ohio Normal Academy of Ma
rio fill oommenoe lw session oa Monday
om... Jhc f Nspects for a larga attend
snea are tm flattering. ,
--A man nam4 Jacob Byla, wu kill.
oa aear JuoBaonTiiis,
ft J . m
w Jfndi' i, iut
WMJ. Ho wu walking on. lb track af
Ft. W 4 C, E.B.,Dd iun mr
by the morning Kxpreu going West. He
wu about slfty years of ago.
' -'Our Mansleld aetf hbors blow a good
Ufa! orr tbeh- Steamer. Tbey olaim
thaij at a trial, a few days ago, it threw
water, through 2260 feet of bote, a dl
tanoe of 100" feat. That will ado for
ttco4 olaia Steamer. '.
af If any of out trader want a glass
ofaoel Boda Water, or a diih of 8traw
berrie or let Cream, wa advia tbem to
go to Chabhi Knoth'. Chabu hu
beip at considtrable expense a fitting up
his 'Saloon for tba accommodation of oar
sitisens, and be should receive a liberal
support. Hi lalooa is furnished in th
best Of style, and his Soda Water, Ioa
Cream, lemonade, etc., are superb. He
ba ta room fitted up expressly for th
Ladies, where gentlemen art not admit
ted, unless (heir present is vouotsafed
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OAti. vol, raj Bast.T-VTk ton
purehaa a article fbal .is Oheap, of
which but JiUle is d, nlvay call for
in bill, ror tb 4iiBrena aatwetn that
and an iaferlor artiot, ia of, will be
insicniOoant. Call for V. a. Da Land
k Co.' Beit Cbem!a) Saleratus. and
"iJ hboo prwuren mj, you wiu aau lor
noatbar. lb grocer hv it, or ibould.
vm h ioiism or soda.
la Th tim ba arrived when vert
Damoerat should aelaot on of hi Bepub-
uaa balghbors and try to make a Demo-
orati vottr of him. Th ilnaof th par
ty In pewer are flagrant, th leaden are
aeensiig aaeh othtr of so many enmai ,
that all good own want to ltav it Tber
i gnat deal of good that cat b doo
ow by owsalaliog Dsmooratic papr
The Radical bavt forfaited all claim to
a farther wntrol of h Qofrant,n4
all that i now DMcmry to prov tbit to
th migaida maisas, tb circulation
of fact through tb people' medians,
tTbo who (onsidat thm)f
aa hMter. Uian icgroa will haaa aa f
fortuity to (how thilr eolor at th Bxt
alMtioa. Tha aocaiiofr will b inbrrest-
iat) acibflwiog tha kind of m iwiou
to tojttlr wvr thAeizro,od, at
tk aaaa tim their ts jrf tb whit
Tw ForaxB"Io-morrow b the 91st
annhrorsary of lb Deolaratioa of Amerl
oaa Independence. On of th lllastrions
patriots and statesmen of olden times, said
that ''the Fourth of Jily will ba celebra
ted with orations, poetry, and in songt
with bond ores, and illuminations, by all
patriots and lovers of freedom and free
institution to tha kkt pajfod of recorded
time," and thru let It be o. , When the
people of thia great Republic forget or
loos a'ght ofthe.deedi of their Rcrolu
tiooary father and the day made immor
tal by the Declaration of Independence,
they will bare forgotten the oharaeter of
their liberties and - privileges as freemen.
Every Qorcmment ' and people on. the
grata earth, hare their national holidays,
Land wa hate ours, and that day is the
'Fourth of July," a day which cnght to
be celebrated, if any day In the annal of
tim ihonld be commemorated,- It is not
only a privilege and pleasure among all
true Amcrieawci Anwrfcanc by birth or
adoption to celebrate tha day, bat it i
a touty debt of gratitude da ur Rev
olutionary fathers tb patriot of 1776.
And when men forget that day are so
swallowed ap in party or peouniary mat.
ten as to refuia to opuntinmce its sppro
priatc celebration, ftiey oeaae to deserv
tb privilege tbey enjoy aa freemen.
' Every citizen baa an equal and unques
tioned voice and Iniaeace in the control
and management of the government, and
he i doty bound ta usc hj privilege! for
the beneBt and weilbeiog of bis com
mon country. He who would maintain and
perpetuate our free institutions will ever
claim bis right at th ballot-box, and
will never besitat to lend his influence,
leat and hand, ia celebrating his conn
try' natal day, and tha annually rekin
dle the fires of freedom and patriotism
upon its altar.
"I have found that the men who r
really the most food of the ladies, who
cherish for them the highest raspeot, are
seldom the most Dooular with tha aex.
Met of great assurance, who make words
supply tbe plaoc of ideas, and plaec enm
fliment fn th room df sentiment, are
weir iiTomea." .dtfauon. , ; ...
That account for oar .-well, no
natter." Zocof of Time. ,
J Oh, ao, i Mtii AuauATu .Bio-head,
that, is not the true reason. You hafe
been! trying to convince the whit young
ladies of this community that a wench ia
quit as good, naturally, aa they arc
Tha ' compliment," you will perceive, ia
not well received. They have resolvfd
Y Ut j oMort with rasa of ywua
noiee,' the ttoblt Dinah,
MwRoof, the murderer of Mr. Mus
son, wu taken to Columbus on Thursday
last by Sheriff Jennings, assisted by J3.
O. Wait. Roof sit out in tbe best of
spirits, and kept a keen eye out for a
chance to part oompany with . aor
hot the on50rjunUv did not -..
write. At Asb!;oa, Root develooed his
uoliigerent spirit in attempting to strike
. ui.u woo nappe nea to jostle bim on
the plstform. After the penitentiary
bolt snapped fieroely behind him, he
seemed for th first time to realise the
detioy before himat tbe aga of twenty
tuuer iw uie i aavenna Vtmoerat,
A Horrible Salclde.
One of the most horrible luioidei ever
neara or wi committed in Springfield,
Mas , Saturday . morning., A. widow
named Miry Gillmorc 'who lived alone.
ifal eaeh in her abdom'a anil mm
nuEie Diaoea anna, em a trinht.
out ber bowels, which wr found detach
a irom ber body in pail of water : the
floor covered with a great pool of blood,
and on tbe table wu a whetstone with
wnioa she had sharpened her knife.
one lived four and a half hours alter be
ing disemboweled, dying at 9 o'olook.
Daring that time who was attended by a
priest and made a will. henhMihimr Ann.
siderabla prsperty. The cause of tbe
sutoidc is supposed to have been insani
For tbe purpose of patting the Union
wjthi the reach of every Demoeratio to.
ting in the County during ,'th present
Important political campaign, wa will fur-
niah it from the 10th day of July till
th 10th day of Ootober, to (ingle cab
tanbera, at 40 cent, in advance. To
Clubs of ten or mora, 8ft cent eaoh.
This Will furnish a good ohance for Town
ship Club to iuroish th Union to all
iueb aa do not take any paper, and who
ought' to be supplied with Democratic
reading. Send ia the name. ' '
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i AitontioB, Furaaera.
Farmer wiihing to procur th Deer
heart Wheat, flnt grown" on th bank of
Dairbeart Crack, in the. State of New
Jork, can do so by ailing en th ub-
cribcr. This I a pare, clear whit wheat
od make excellent lour. Th itrtw i
of great strength, th head of enormous
lire,, and tk yield bf. Tb wheat
o bi sera growing on th farm of Joho
Beeghly, about a half a mile West of Or
ange and also en th farm of Joha
Snook and Daniel WartmaB," North of
Ashlatd. PNons akonld sand in their
ordinearlj.tjiatjhey tnaybe filled, a first
wwitettr flat ird. . . Onkrs aaabcloft
with the subtcribtror with Leonard Cow
aa, to' Atbland. ;
; , JOSHUA HOWLAND.
The eitisens of Asblan County, with
out distinction of party, propose to efe.
brate the coming aBniversary of' ear Na
tion's ..SirUh-dey j. t Z9K k'0Bed
FOURTH OF JULY
oeleoratioo, '4 A8HLANP-, irrang
menta have been made with ouf effioient
Fir Department tor . , t .':
Grand Firemen'i Pwade i
ti 10 o'olook A. M., dowoVwbiob'aa ex.
hibitioa of the power of the magnificent
new i ; ;.
i STEAM FIEB ENGBfE I
will be given. At 1 o'olook P. M., a pro
oeuaion will be formed and ""proceed to the
Grave adjacent the town, where tbe Deo
elaration of Indspendeace will be fead by
R. M. ZUVErTfE,:; '
md in Oration doliveredJy, , , ,
HON. GEDHEE W.rtDDilJ '
of Mansfield. 'Arranemtte' liaV been
made for ' ' ' . ' . ' . i 5- ".. -
Grand Base Ball Tourn'amect I t
on the Grounds of the Washiagion anil
Montgomery Clubs, near tbe Grove, Im
mediately after the Oration, a Grand
Prise to be awarded to tbe winning Club.
All the Base Ball Crabs in the County
are Invited to be present and compete for
the friiei." The Captains of tbit Clubs
are requested to meet at the Cour Hons
at 11 p'olock A. M., on the Fqurth, to
make arrangements for tb distribution
of the Prises &o. ' , i , '
1$ the evening,-th , (
' FINE BALLOON,. "177
tb tnost msgnifioent ever inflated in this
part or tb State, will make ansoennon
The entortainmsnt will conclude with
the most Brilliant snd gorgeona display of
Fire - Works I !
ever exhibited in this State. The com-
mitte have spited' neither pains nor ex,
peotes in this . arrangement, and Under
tne etnoiest management of that eiperi.
enoed fyrokchniit, . ' .
.; i; CAPTAIN ROLLEft, ,
feel oonfident of an exbibitioa ar exoead-
ing .anything ever heretofore witnessed
by our eitisens. - 1 '
' ' OSceri bf tht Day . '
P,r:,lni Tn hap wal'wn vri.
Vice-Preit Hon. G. M'CONNELi ;
Uhief Jlanial-a. n. WUVJUULlill,
AftiilantM. B. DE SHONQ.
By order of
oonueoted with the Greit Easter, to tbo
effect that between the outer aad inner
'ramei or cue, a sm ith and hi riveter
perished while at work and their bodies
neveir been found, h U id by the sai-
.ors and hip;!,ga(i that the speotre of
tbesa two victim naunt tbe, dirk spans
between tbe outer and inner eases of tbe
Teasel ; and thia they siy, is tbe secret of
tbe tig ship a Dad incK,
General Loogatreet, the most uo
essftil Gsoeral for the rebel cause, ind
the most deatruotive one for Union Sol
diers of all tba rebels daring the late oiv
ii war, hu been pardoned, because be hu
eomdoutin favor of radical measures,
negr suffrage iloludtd. His pasdon wu
recommended by a large tnimber of lead
ing radieats. Jeff. Davis, or any other
rebel, could rcoeiva tbe same favor and
endorsement, if bs would panne tbe same
course that Longstreet dtd me oat ia
favor cf egro suffrage . 't j
r I Democratic Frtondjf
Have you oonvened with yonr Repub
lican neighbor f . v
. Ark you not aware that h i disgusted
with the exceeaive taxattowft Radical id
ministration of th Government- ha, en
tailed upon o, and with tha proposition
to ooafer upon tbe oegro th right of eur
trager f -ft- : .
Do vou not know that 4ie will absent
hi ehildren from the publie school rather
than have them commingle daily with ne
groes 7 Yoa answer to all this, "Tee."
xio yoa deeire lueceee tot tb Domoe-
raoy thia fall 7 . You answer. "Ye."-
Than ee your neighbor. Calmly discus
th natter at issue: induce him to
subscribe for hJ)mo4rtfe. iuroal, and
investigate tbe principles aad policy of
ootn parties seeking bit vote. -1
tali tontber your Democratic mend
and mob u hav formerly been Republi
cans, but ar now heartily with us, and
nd ooaosel and oo operats until every
Republican hu been conversed with.
Be not idle a sinrle day from now un
til the election i over If w triumph
this fall, the viotory will be a permaoeat
one ; if we are defeated, Negro 8affrage
will b Mtabiiabed, and Kadiealism, with
it multiplicity of fanaticism, will eon.
tinu to burthen us with excessive taxa
tion aad utablisb all the falaoleaot which
New England is capable of originating.
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& A orrepondcat of tb An tl sla
very 8taadard, writing from Virginia,
with an evident understanding f the
party machinery among the negreee,
sivea the Republic vartfliir warainr
of whrt i ia rwen for tbem. Tb Ba
sra vote, h icy, will dteidt th Presi
dential election. Tbe egroe understand
thia perfectly, aod are laying their plan
to aoeordaao wkk ik -"There are ear
ral ()greea,M ra tk writer, "fitted for
the position of Vwe-t'reai float, and that
rwaa claim that the eseaaj ef&ee to fbe
oatiea aball U fJled by a Ngm' . i
Or th Botri l. Ceuveptloe), to
aominat .caadiaato for Itata ator,.
lor thi Diitribf, will' inert n Atbland
Th Latcat Mexiestm Kowo.
., Advices from Quaretaro to Jane 8th,
San Luia Potosi to tbe 11th and Monter
ey to tha 17tb, report that as soon aa
Marques wu assured of th betrayal of
yueretaro by Lopes, be proceedM to
open eeftaia documents left with bim by
Maximilian, in favor of yoang-Iturbide.
Marques thereupon immedUlely 'pr
claimed Iturbide Emperor of Mexioo un
der the regency of tbe Einprees Carlotta.
. He alsA arrested thirty ei the moat no
table Liberals in the Capitol, and impris
oned them ss hostages for, tbe safety of
tbe lives of Maximillion and bis .com
panion. 'As yet there has bean to au
thorttive denial of tb authenticity of
Maximilian' proclamation, published
waek before last, and it is still believed
to be genuine. " I
The kit reports from th city of Mx-1
ioa ssy that Ma'rqnes had commence exe
cuting their hostage, two of wKom had
already been shot ; their names ware not
given. The death of Mendes i confirm
ed. All the foreign prisoner taken by
the Liberals, numbering 4,000 of 5 000,
Austrian, Belgians and Frenchmen, were
on their way to Monterey.' .: ; ' ' ' ;
Obxrun, OBio-theioscer Union
Buiiness Institute "U no under die di
ctation of its experienced and' successful
founder, Prof 8. S. Calkins, who is great
k improving the course of study, and of.
leriog tuition to clubs at reduoed rates
He will also teach Untiled number of la
diet FREE. . For particulars iddress th
Principal, at Oborlin, Ohio. 4w47 .
1ST A Washington dispatch to tb
Cincinnati1 njurer says :
The suggestion hu- been mad that
th President will send to this Congress,
at it meeting in July, a message on the
affsire of the country. There b good
reason for saying that Mt. Johnson will
not communicate officially with Congress
until that -body his mideknowo its plans
ind purpose. ic. . -
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.Trouble with Turkey. A serious
embroglio in our relations with the Divan
has arisen, as follows t Sarkis Minuian,
who hu for many years acted as tbe res
ident agent in Turkey for tbe sale of
Dr. J. V. Ayer Uo. s medicines, driven
by the ieorease of his- business 4o a ne
cessity for more room, built hi ware
bouss in Constanople several stories higher
after having obtained the necessary per
mit from the authorities. Th loans of
a neighboring mosque, whiob overlooked
tba p semises demanded a larga present
in money, which wu refused. They then
applied to the Grand Yixier, for the en
forcement of an obsolete law, which hid
been disregarded two hundred years, re
quiring bim to take down tbe bnilding to
eighteen feet, which wu granted, and
they oommecoed the work of demolition.
Minuian then applied to the American
Minister, ' who notified' 8nblime Porte
.that American Brapsrty .oouldnotb thus
teuut nit,., uu Uk.UouiiUon muat
epase Then commenced the usa&toourse
of Mussulman prevarication and promise
but ao real redress. Finally Minister
aiorris inlormed th;Z that if their ds-.
r:4on .continued, he sould rdet th
U. S. ship of war to enter the Boepliorus
and Messrs. Ayers' medical ware house
would not be alone roofies., A stroke of
hi peo could bave laid tbe whole dtv
under the sweep of American csnnon,
oacxid by men wno are not sohooled in
tbe leseoni of fear. Thi brought them
to their senses, sod speedy redress.
Minasian hu now arrived io this oountry,
to present the cue to our 3tato Depart
ment for indemnity. At length it ia
something to say among the people of
tne eartn "i am an American oitiseu 1
Columbia Republican. a .
I Hi m
Over (5 000 in GieeobaekstlO,000 in
8ewing Machines; $900 in Washing Ma
chines ; a vast amount ef Hoop Skirt,
Album, Book, Gold Pen, Peaeila,
Locket, to , Ac., to be distributed to th
subscribers and purchasers of the "Home
Amusement " - Every vearlr sabscibers
gets twenty-lour tickets, drawing from as
ta I1UU aob m Ureeoback. Canvass
i'db Acent clear from flO to 115 per
day raising club. Sample oopies with a
pnie noKct ana iuu amotions and in
structions to Agents, nt my mail, by
molosmg ten eeata, addressed to tbe
Horn Amusement, 78 Nasuo Street,
Msle snd Female Canvassing ' Agents
wsnted ia every town and , neighborhood
in (he United State.
Reconstruction Completed at the
Ashland Mill, under tb immediate su
perrtoioqof 8. Liwi, of Tiffiri, Beneea
County, Ohio. A New Suit of doubler
extra Anker Brand Bolting Cloth and 8.
Lewis' patent proeeu of wrapping ia now
being put upon the Reel of tht Ashland
Mills, which will mike, with certainty,
aa additional yield of (wo poumh of flow
to rack luiM of wheat, and of better
quality, ovtr and above tbe amount mad
by any othtr mill in the Cosaty. All
will be ready for opperatiea ea Mqpday,
June 10th, 1867. . A . 'i, ...
8m50 - , , . N. RECTOR, .
J A People' rrrficJ-No one need
suffer with theTiles. W. W Beebe, a
farmef, near KalraaaooUiohigea, says,
"after Buffering intensely with the Pilee
for thirty year, one bottle oi Dr. Striok.
land'a Pile Remedy cured me. Cbu L
Glue, Janesville, Wi, say one bottle
eared him and hi brother, A II Rose,
Pootmutsr at Pern, Ohio, save It cured
h m in a law day. ' 49if 1
fax?. Il is pleasant tij raoommend jt re
illy aairitorioh article, beooe we aak
thosW taSarinc from Dyspepsll, Nertous-
nee, pr vebitityto- try or. Btrlokrabd'sJ
TdnieJ Dr. fl. M. tjams ordswd ft 00
wotH for J. O.JIsy, Deoatnr'AUbama:
X- Bart, Ktw tork City, sryi, "it tired
m ! btr can I get it tor my friends V
mk. di: ;a- a? ... .i
-On the 26th uit., at the residence of
the bride'a 'father, by Andrew Meson,
Ksq.. Mr" MICHAEL LrKES and Misa
80PHRONA WIIUCMAN'' all of thi
MARRItD Oo lhe'kib ili..'. bithitP'SoIAliA ISTCBXIAHKA.
Rev. 8. , Herring, at hi residence, Jlr"..
DAViy KSHKLMAN'and Mis H AT A
TIB LANDIS. , . . ..u .
f llf JHatllitS
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aviiland rnicea sjckhent.
' COBUEOTKB W'Ea'lttiy 4 - u
Vkii red, per btt.hvl..i.-... 2.00
Corn per bushel.,.,. ....... .75
Oate pet : buaheL,,.TT..., ......
Kye per bnhel ..t.'-..
Barley per btfihqf.'..:.7i.i....r
Potatoe par basbal.
Batter per pound. .
Ewt per doien........ .... ..
XJbeese per pound..!. .
iiara per pound........ ......
Beane per buBhel....... i'A-.
Dried apple per.pnund. . . . i . ! .
Clover sied, per bbel..vj',...
Salt per barrel,..''., ..;.....'...
Timothy eed per bushel...... ..'
Ham, per pound.... ....r.. ,4
Shoulder per pound......... ....
No 1 white fih per half HI.
NO 1 Pickerel do ; T.ftO
White Bass ; . do .... 7t0
Herring , do .... 6,00
Wood ber oord. ......1.'. 8,005,60
Coal per ton.:......".....v.i- 6,00
1. V. COWAN, M.D. W.e. BATTLES, M.D
DR3. CO WAN & BATTLES '
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Having formed a Co-partnership, will gWe
prompt attention to all oases in the praotioe
of Msdielne and Bnrgerjr. .
Ashland. July 8, 1867-2tf
IK pursuance of an order of the Pro
bate Court of Ashland County, Ohio,
made on tha 29th day of June, A. D.
1867, in the oase of Henry Wertx, Guar
dian of Wilbert Tilton, against his ward,
the undersigned will, . ,..',. , .
On the 20th day v july, A. D. 1867,
at 8 o'clock P. M., on the premises, offer
at Pnblio Sale the lo) lowing described
Real Estate, to win Situata io tLo eoun.
ty of Ashland and State of Ohio, being
the opo undivided fifth part of a part of
the Sputh-East quarter of section , fivo,
of tojrnship twenty-tbreo, of Range six
teen, and bounded ind described m fol
lows : Beginning at the South East cor
ner of said auarter. thenoe West to th
centorof the graded state ruad leadine
r . J ill. rr rt ... .
iruui jaofuie, in rvnox uounty, Uhio, to
Sullivan in Ashland Connty, O.j tktnoe
North with said road flity four, and fita
tenth pcrchei to the lands of James A.
Tiltoi, thenoe Hast to tho Eat biunJeff '
tt iw t v v vegisning, coLlain.
!ng 20 seres more or less.
lerms or Sale, one third oash on the
day of sale, one third in one and one
tbud in two yirars. Deferred paymenu
to bear interest from the day of sals, and
to oe aecarea py mortgage on said prem
iees, . ...
. . HENRY WERTZ, Guaidian of
' , By J. D. Jones, Att'y.
Tbe othor shares of said Rial Estate
will, on tbe aarne date, be offered for sale
on the same term.
By authority of the heirs.
July 3, 1867-32
, Administrator' Notice.
NOTICE i hereby giren that the no.
dersigaed was, on the 1st day of Ju
ly, 1867, duly appointed Administrator
of tbe Estate of John Moreland, doe'd.
: ALEXANDER O. KILE.
Ashland, July 3d, 3w . .
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1 3 has been day aooolwiod and amllAMl
bxeoutor pflhaule)f,5arah Jilllotti tat
Biw,-oijtrnfil(! . nattrw vimt.4i
lwrd towardi tht Pacific TJctaiL aiaklas '
itneo'riBtoiiftfn an anbrokfta J (,,,')
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' TS City no offer a Umitrnil, ': .'
' vv Ihair ! I (W- a r.i' )
ihaTtna tMrty ya" in ron, aid ring n.
Dual in'aTttst.puvihl mi ihe rst "Ity ni Jan.
, nary and July,-iriKt eit of New (fork, M
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EIX PER CENT. IX Q jLT)
. '" Si-"'-
, Ninety Cents oa Vm Dollar.
' Tbiaroad w4 compleUxl from Omaha 308
wast on ilia In of Jaaaary, lBh7,(l is fully
equipped, and trains are regularly mrnlng -OTer
it. Tha Company baa now OM biand ,
auBieieiii lrJi, liea, to , b flnieh tht remain
lug portion to ha eaitara base of iha Rocty .
Uouutains. 212 utiles, which is Under iVd- ;.
traot U ba oae 8eplmher 1 o't ttly.wr,"
aad k i txptowd Mime snitfi rand trlftv'
ia ruum order fton Oaiahs ttl.iw wlam : ,
Okinoaotjoa wilh the .Wertrn.. Pfrjl, ) .
baiag rpidly buih eaaiwaid rrom oori.,. -w,t'al.,diuiUgl87d..
' , Meant nf th Cnmptnylti ;,
- Estimating lie dittaaeeto ba built br
Cniuii Taoifis Io be 1 .666 aiilas. tie Vulied)
Situas GoverDmeol iaeuaa Us li par cant
ILiny year Duiida lo lha Cuupauy. aa 'ia
ruad la finished at tha average ra a oi about
$MW per mile. a.noBDliug I !44,20P,OOO. "
Ilia Company in alaa perauuwl u is.ua lie :
ova First itungaga Uou4 o tuitijut ;
amoani, and al thataate lima, which by mi..
sialAetol Congress tre u.ide a Fii st Al ni t
gsge on the entire line, the bonds of (h Cut- -
tsd slates being subordiaale to them: ' -The
Government makes a donation f 17.- -
800 acres o( land to the nils, amounting to
20,092.003 acres, estimated to ba worth 130,. , :
OOJ.000, making ibe total resources, exclu
sive of Ihe ca ital, $118,410,000; hut the full -ralae
of lbs landa oaa not now be Tealistd'..
The anihorisod Capital Slook of lb Com-' '
pany la one hundred million dollars., of
which Ave millions hare already been paid la. i
and of which it la not supposed ibai mora '
than twenty-Are millions m ooel will be re
quired. ... .".-. .-. ..'j...
Tbe cost of tha road Is estimated by
petenl. engineers to be ab.ut-oua kaodrrl
million dollars, exclusive of equipment,
Protpcctt far JSi'ejs.' , , ,
The railroad oonneoilon between tmaha
and the East Is now complete, and th earn
ings ol the Union Pacino oa the sectians Al
ready finished for the first two werksin May
were $11 1,100. Theee seciional ' earning
as the read progresses wU much inort than .
pay the interest on tba Crmpasy's bonds, aid
the through business- over tbe only Vm t -railroad
botweao lie Atlaatfa aj4 jpaij ,
must ba immease. ; . . - . f ,4, j ;
Valui and Security 0 tie' Shti it: I'
The Company repeilully submit ihaithoTa
atateraent of facts fully demonstrates the se-
enrity of their Bonds, and as additional proof
they would suggest that tba Bonds now offer- .
edare lesa than ten million dollars .on 611
miles of road, on which over twenty million, -dollars
hare already been expended , on 8tr
mnes or mis roaa uie sirs are new running,
and lha remaining 187 miles are nearly oom-'
At the oresont rate of nvemTuma mt
rbwe bonds pay art annual, interest on tha
present cost of
,, fune per Cent ; '' ' . , ,'
and it is believed that on the completion-' or
lire road, like tho Government Bonds, they
will go above par.. The Company intend to
soil but a limited amount at lha present low
rata, and retain thetight to advance the piica
at their option.
Subscriptions will be received in New York
by the , .
CoxTisiNTiit NAr. Bask, Jio. 7 Nassau
8t., Ciabx, Dodoi h Co, Bakxsss, 51 Wall "
8t-, Joan J. Cisco 8o. U.isasas. Ho. ti
TiallSf, . , . i. 1
and by BASKS AND BANKERS oneMll.
throughout tha United Statsa. of whom aap'a
and descriptive pamphlets may be oelalued.
They will also be sent by mail from the Com
pany's Offioa.No.20 Nassan Street, New
York, an application. Subscribers will at
leot their own Agents in whom they hare '
confidence, who aloaa will be responsible la
them for lbs safe delivery of the bonds.
JOHN J. CISCO, ; ." ,
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MAD AMI REMINGTON, the woild re,
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lineates the Tory featniaa of tha person yon
are to marry, and by the aid of an instru
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omotrope. guarantees lo produce a nerfecl
and life -like pioture of lha future husband
or wife of tha applicant, with date of mar
riage, ecenpation, trading traits of character,
Ao. Thia la no imposition, aa teatimoniel-
without number oan assert. By stating place
of birth, ago, disposition, color of eyes and
hair, ana enoloeiug fifty cents, and stamped,
envelop addressed to riurself. yon will re-
celve the pi ture by return matt, iogolher-
witn oesired lnrormauoa, . . .:
: Address in eonllenco. Madame-Oertrilde.
KemiBgtoB, P.O. Bo2v7;West1f'oy, N. T.
wn.u, mo.i;iq T.j 'i 1:. 1 ' t '
tSrAeme, Vhilh, or Intermittent Fe
ver cured, or the money .refunded. Dr.
Witt's' Apie Pills are entirely new, mcd
Icine, and binsr been tried in oter 1.
00 of the very worst and obstinate cue ,
of Chill and Fever, and not failed area
in one ease to effect a epeedy core, tha
proprietor guarantee them to cure evorv
oase, area after all other medicines fail. ,
Those infioring should immediately give '
mem a trial, 'ibey arc warranted tocor. :
For eale by Druggists, or sent by mail 00 .
receipt ol tbe prioe, fl. Address Dr. .
Witt, Box 611, Ciaoionetl, Ohio -
NOTICE U he.Sby givea 'that' the haaot"
atgaed kaa been duly-'appoioltd and -
quatinea aa Admlaistrator or tha Estate of ,
Dr. I. L Crane, deceased.' late ef 'Aehland ''
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29tli day ef flay , -A. V: r, Tiaintiff c.'n.- ,
wnw awmpin anaenment against itm in, ,. -rhe'
above named Court for $273,87 on,a,ev - ik ,
count which ens will bs for hearing ii tb . , . '.' :
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