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- TBE ASHLAND ; UNION, yWEDNESDA Y MORNING; lUGUST7-r
... Second lat 2,00
Beti key white, wheat.......,, 1,00
i.a do i bi red wheU....i..':.'i 1,00
w I pnog nou.....v.r. l uu
"Vdo bn buckwheat.... 1,00
- ti4 bu seed oorn..."......i. 1,00
"" lift I ba4 oUu.-.. ........ 1,00
.v, .do -bi barley... ...... 1,00
do-1 ba J7..i.'i.ii.:;...l:.i'l,00
c "do j ba timothy Med.......".1 1 1,00
do Ibuolover seed. ..'..'r'-.-.,!' 1,00
Committee Adam Baha, John Hiser,
y Md wm Bwiog. '"".'"'"'V,
v ' ' itotfiT, CAmm ? jBrtdS, i jl.'i
' Best butter not less than -6 lb..; 1,00
do Cheese . , do V . 1,00
-Jt j.'nf ii -,i 1,.- in, it,, i nn
a, Seoond, best . --
Best sample sagas -mafo frees. d-
-p dor da moUwee - d do
do "do ple molasses........
do box of nancy .
Pest lotf domestic breadCr..
-dir'do TnJterX..; .do .,v.....'
do sample dried beet ..........
do collection preserves........
do jiickled oncuiobers. ....
tilidgu-tityvof plokles .
do apple batter not less than 1
"' M'Bd"pecli Tfif" 7a' t gallon ,
- da tomato f Oo J.Oo (-4. -tti..:
do v ilo i .aaop.....J'.. ,
Committee Mrs Ueo Buchanan. Mrs
Wm E Doohttloand J eh a Dougherty.
Best variety A quantity apples....
Second btst . . .....
Best 0 wioter rsrieties, not than 6
( . . of M0h variotj.. ........,
I Boat 6 -varietiea of. eating apples-.
ti de, display of. peaehet.. ......
do . & varieties of pears not lest
.;, ):; than 6 ot each, variety...... 1,00
lj Beak abo v of plums............ 1,00
in, do.. da . quince. ........ ,50
? do . .display -of grapes ...... 1,00
' iJest bottle domestio erapewine.. ,50
;.fcJo. do arrant wine . ,50
ti do .8 water melons : ,60
j do j8 mask, do ............. ,60
'si do peek dried apples.......... ,50
j' do. i do. pears. ........ ,50
. Committee B P Fnlkerson. Br H
Armstrong and L Chesrown, Mohican
k . -- - - VEGETABLES.
BeatS cabbage heads...,..,
do display of eelery... .......
do 10 turnips... ...... ,
do 5 table beet ....
. do 8 rarities of (qoasbes...
do 1 do do do
,do 8 pqmpkins.... 4. ,60
n do t peolr. tomatoes.. .......... ,ou
,'do i do onions.............. .50
' do i bn potatoes...."--...... 1,00
do k ba sweet potatoes........ 1,00
do t ba white beans.......... ,60
. U ana greatest vinetty or vege-
tables raised by . exhibitor.... 2,00
'"CommitteeAndrew Koledter, 8 .0
( Bnshnell, and Jobn Miller, Vermillion
i' '.I'.omeitic Mamifalure..
Bests yds woolen o loth.. ...... 2,00
( 8eoond . beat 1,00
i Beat 5 yds flannel... . 1,00
Second best......... ,50
Best 10 yds domestic carpet..... 1,00
Second best ... ........ ,50
Beet piece flax linen.. .......... 1,00
y do do towel do ; ........ ,50
:v Ap pair woolen blankets........ 1,00
4o . do jdo , atockiogi...... 0
;, do do do mittens.......... ,50
Committee C 0 Coulter, Levi Kip
1 linger, and Wm Huff, Mohican.' '
ORNAMENTAL WORK. .-
. Beet agricultural wreatb........
do hair do ........
do ornamental needle work....
Jo embroidering.... .... ....
4o ottoman cover............
do bmp mat.... . ....
do table .cover...... ........
do worsted work ......
. do crochet work.:;. .... ....
' do ornamental ahoe work......
!-da ... do guilt :-
Best shirt . .
, do silk bonnet.. .4
'do patched quilt..., ........
Best plain sewing ....
. da worked handkerchief.......
.4 do eellar.... ....
Committee Mrs Dr E V Kendig, Mrs
i' j Jkenny and Mrs U o Jxewkirk
Fkactr and Eous Planlt.
Beat display of dabJiea. .........
. do do . do flower .... ...J
do ,, do . do artificial fruit....'
do ' do ' do boquets.... ...t
do do bouse plant ....
do lingl house plant........
1 "' V.FABM IMPLEMENTS.
Best aled.'....... .... ....
do farm wagon....
' do barrow.... ...... ......
. do corn cultivator............
4' tanning mill...............
( do oora stalk and straw cutlet.,
'.da do aob grinder ... ....
do reaping aad mewing aaaehlne
da sugar can mill............
do plow,i. ............. .4..
do grain drill......
do tors nke... 2,00
Ao ehort ........ j 1,00
dertea hive .. ........
,4o.doeo broom.... ........ '. 60
displav of corner work.... 1.00
. 4i portable eider mill......... ,
do' hty pitchmi machine......
do handeoru planter.. ...... ..i'
Cummittee Robert Glenn, Geo Eigh
tnir and Daniel CmitH. -,.,vi l
Mechanical ArtH dam. -
Bert double seated open or covered .
' Wv bnpgy..i .... " 41,00
Best single seattd opeh of eovered -v
, .bngpy ;. 1,00
Bestearrug harnew.......... 2,00
, do. bridle J... ...;2,00
-do wagon hameea............ 1,00
.dP;din:... .... 1,00
, , Committee Wnv Nelson, John Van
tt, and Geo Myeri, farry. '
' " Mechanical AfH CUu 2-
do table ..iV;s J.. 1.00
do set 'of chairs...:.1 . j.M.OO
do ofaL-:.;,.J...i., 2,00
do bedstead '1,00
do pnmp ........U j..--. 1,'0
do aigh painting.... .......... ' ,50
do graiuinjj ,50
Committee Enooh Vao Imon, H Al-
liman and Hiram Sweet.'-
Beat boar 2 years and over......
Best boar I year old ....
do' do pig not loss than S mo's
do litter not leas than 5 pies..
Boat 'BOW..' ....
Committee John Stover. Wm Mo
quillin and Benj Staman. ......... -.
Best pair of cbioa fowls......
do do poland do.... .... ' 1,00
do . ; 'do Porkin do....: .... ; .. 60
do do ' Qamo do.... .... .. 60
do do Spanish do.... ..-. , 1,00
do do Natives.... .. .... 50
do .do Turkeys.. ; 1,00
do . do - Geese.... 50
do ' do Ducks.... 50
Boat and larceat exhibition of ooul-
jttiMj owned by one exhibitor. . 2,00
tiargcet 1 cxliifahlon- of blrda, noi
, lefB (ban 4 varietioi... .... ' 1,U0
Committee James Jarvb, Wm Teny,
and rred o.
FLOUR & GRAIN. ;
Best barrel of flour............ 8,00
Mechanical Wot JcCla&tZ.
Best cooking stove .... 1,00
do parlor do ....... 1,00
do display Boots & Shoes...... 1,00
do drain tile .......... 1,00
do earthen ware.............. 1,00
do stove ware................ 1,00
do display of leather...... 2,00
do do tin ware.............. 1,00
do borse shoe and nails........ 1,00
do book binding.............. ,60
doapeoimen of dentistry........ ,60
do sample of markle work ,50
do display of musical instrument i,00
do clothes wringer............ ,60
do. specimen of casting. ,50
Committee W. M. Crowner, Hiram
uaroon ana Abner Uissam. -
1. Any person paying $1,00 may enter
as many articles or animals for exhibition
as he or she may own, except horses for
trottiog or racking, for which an addi.
tional entrance fee is provided in the
rales for that class.
2. All articles or animals offered for
premiums isust be owned by the person
offering the same, or by members of their
families ; and produeta of the soil must
be produced during the year past.
8. The entry books will be openod by
the Seoretary 10 days before the Fair,
and remain open until 12 o'clock M. on
the Second day of the Fair.
4. iiieaon exhibitor will be furnished
wtin an exhibition ticket, for sell and
member of his or her family, under 21
years of age, during the Fair.
o. An entrance sale will be set apart
pocially for exhibitors, at which alone
ticket will be reojived.
6. Single ticket of admittance, 15
cents ; two horses and wagon within the
enclosure, 25 cents ; single horse and bug
gy 25 cents; two horses and carriage, 80
7. Members of Committee interested
any artiele on exhibition in the class
for whieh tbey are appointed, will not be
permitted to act.
8. Artiole or animal not deemed wor
thy should not reoeive a premium.
9. No article or animal can be enter
ed in mora than one class without an ad
ditional entrance fee' of $1.00.
10, Discretionary premiums can be re
commended by the Committees, and only
awarded by the Board ot Managers. . .
11. Exhibitors of stock will ba furn
ished with hay and straw without charge.
12. Article and animal oo exhibition
cannot be removed from the ground until
the close ot tne f air, witbont permission
from the Beard of Managers.
ALiSA. H ELSON, Fres't.
Wm. O. Porter, Seo'y.
Tbe Oldest Relict ot Unmanlty
Tbe oldest relict of mortality extant is
the skeleton of one of tbe elder Phar
aohs, inoaaed in it original burial robes,
and wonderfully perfect considering it
age, whtob waa deposited about eighteen
or twenty months ago in tbe British Mu
earn, and is justly considered the most
valuable of it archaelogioal treasure
The lid of the eoo whioh contained tbe
royal mummy, was inoribed with the
name of it occupant, Pharaoh Mykeai-
mus, who succeeded the heir of the build
er or the great pyramid, aboat two een
tnrie before Christ, Only tbink of it
the monarch whose crumbling bone and
leatnery integument are now exoiting
the wonder of nnmerooa gaiera in Lon
don, reigned in Eevpt before Abraham
waa born, and only about two een I ones
or 10 after Miiraim, the grandson of the
old latber Noab.and the first of the Phar
')h bad been gathered to hi father I
W by, tbe tide mark of the deluge would
scarce have beea obliterated, or the kopu
arwnod knee timber of the ark have rot
ted oa Mount Ararat, when this man of
th early world lived, moved, and Had
bis being, ilia flesh and blood were oo
temporary with the progenitors of the
great patriarch ; his bonea and shriveled
skin are ootemporary with tbe nineteenth
century ; and tbe data or the crucifixion
is only midway between hi era and our,
. Heeling sit HayeavUleT
. Al will be seen by notice in another
column, Hon. R. P. Raaney, on of the
ablest and moat eloquent ipeaken in
Ohio, and Hon. D. 8. Uhl, Our talented
nouiinee ' for Lieutenant Governor,
address tb people of Ashland County,
Hayeaville, on tba 27th day of Aoguat.
Thii will ba th opening of tba Cam
palgu, in this county, and every Demo
crat should, mak arrangemaata to
'J. ii tA"DIS
3. S. LANSIS.
Ashland, t t s Aug. 7, 1807.
Democratic 8tatf XlokeA.i .
AJLLBN G. THURMAN, of Franklin;
1. rfAMEL S. UHL, of Holme; ,
Treaturtr of Stale
' C.FULTON, of Crawford;
, Auditor of State, i
,t JOHN McELWEE, of Butler ; .
Attorney - General,
FRANK H. HURD, of Knox;
Supreme Judye, '
THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton; .
Comptroller of the Treamrv.
WILLIAM 8HEKIDAN, of Williams
Member Board of Fubhi ' Wor J. .
ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga.
' ' ' For State Senator, '
.'' ' . Hon. M. MAY. y. :. '
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY, TICKET.
, . W. G. HELTMAN. ,
JOHN KEENE, Jr. J
' Coroner. -.
DR. A. EMERICK.
Th Nashvillo correspondent of the
Cincinnati Commercial, under date of
Aus. 2d, ear of the eleotion in Ten
nessee, tjold on the 1st s
"The election, from causes which have
been heretofore mentioned in other let
ters, was simply a faroe, and could not
be otherwise while William G. Brownlow
was the moving spirit in the performance.
The belt Union men in the Slate, those,
too, who bad been loyal through the
whole long night of the rebellion, were
denied registration certificates, ' tehile
ticarmt of the moat rampant rebelt that
ever ditgraeed the nation, or murdered
nton men M cold blood.were. made vo
ter on condition of catting their balloti
for Brownlou. This i no idle assertion,
but what can be established by proof
innumerable. -., , . . ;
Ves, the Radical and their rebel al--
liei have gained a dcoided success, while
the Contervalivct, the iwllett and lest
Union men in Tenneuee, battling on the
platform of the National Republican par
ty, have' met with a defeat that was sim
ply unavoidable. And yet the great loy-
Nortb, not realising the real situation
here, and blind to the- devilish bate and
fiendish malignity which prompt every
thought and action of the present .occu
pant of the gubernatorial chair, will bo
pt to rejoice over a "great Republican
triumph in Tennessee," and about at tbe
defeat of the "rebel Democracy I" Alas
for tbe Republican party, if it is content
to bear the sins and enormities of Ten
nessee Radicalism; and alas for the coun
try'a reconstruction and peace, if Brown-
low Is a true exponent of the principles
whioh to day rule the nation.
Some oi the moat prominent Unionists
of Knoxville, among tbem T. A. R. Nel
son and John Baxter, informed me (bat
fully one fourth of fie white voter of
East Tennessee would be intimidated
from going to tba polls. Although
majority of the legal voter there are
Conservatives, it is notoriously true that
tbe Radioal absorb the worst element
of tbe population, and taking their eue
from tbe Governor, have little hesitancy
inflicting outrage on their political
opponent. A specimen of tbe worst of
the crowd is W. O. Sisemore, of Ragers
villo, the bead of the Loyal League, and
a successful candidate, I believe, for tbe
lower House of tbe General Assembly
This man, I waa told oo what I consider
ed the very best authority, has already
murdertd eighteen men, the. last victim
being dispatohad about two Week ago.
Tbi maa a hundreds assert, waa a Noto
rious rebel in tb early daya of the war,
and helped to MURDER HIS OWN
I A TBER, the offente of the latter being
that he was a Union man I
It will be found, I think, that a very
dcoided majority of the white votes were
cast for the Conservative ticket. With
tbe trtmendfu preponderance of negro
vote east, in hi favor, Browatow will be
elected, I Judge, by twenty-five or thir
ty thousand, majarity.,., full. Radical
delegation will ba aent to Congress, wbil
tbe Legislators will stand fully seven
eighth Radioal In either branch '
Tbe aegroes should oharitably end gT
eloualy and eondeaaendingly bear In mind
that tba white men ar wbitt by no fault
of their awa. ;? ,-.T?t
At the late Republican State Ccnveni
lon tho jbllowipg. resolution was passed,
fitn a vipw of coWiIiatiog the f bbya In
bine ..(',?. Jk i.' - -
"That th insHnin neonle owe a debt of
gratitude to the brave soldiers and aallora who,
in tbe late strueele for our national eilstence,
o nobly fought for our liberties. And for the
prlvatiom, nifrerinav.Mdncrlllces -which they
endured, the loyal men of Ohio hereby pledge
to them and to the widows and orphans of
those who fell In defense of the nation, onr
sympathies and anbstantlal support."
In the long catalogue of bypooraoics of
tba late war to destroy the Constitution
of the United States; and the right of
tbe State, and of he American people,
there can be found nothing mora deceit
ful and hollow, than the resolution just
quoted.-However (industrious that per- j
fideous party may tyin inventing schemes
to deoeive tbe public and hoodwink tbe
already outraged aojdier, ws are inclined
to tbink it will faiLt - - .
Very few, if anyl of the soldiersj tave
forgotten the ' winy promises of the
"Blaok-Repuban lay-at-homes" con
cerning lhemeejvattag families,1 'They
well remember the higl-sonndipg pledges
for substantial aid, care and attention to
their wive and children tn their absonce,
in tbe fiery conflict with the enemy ; and
tbey failed not to loirn that nearly every
pledge was signally violated, and forgot
ten ere the soldier bad entered the ene
mies' country. Stores of food sod boun
ty did not greet their suffering families,
a promised. Indeed, many - families
were compelled to toil from morn till
night to keep tbe wolf from their doors.
Bounty thieves swarmed id every com
munity, and employed every means to
cheat, the soldier out of bis dues;' and
like so many howling dervishes, oried
lustily all the time, for loyalty, loyalty
hurrah for the boys in blue! None
could excel the ponderous editor of the
Timet in their seal for the soldier, nor
in the ingenuity of their attacks upon
his bounty.. In fact, every part of Ohio,
literally teemed with such oor'morants,
greedy to seize the bounty of the soldier,
and then destroy he reputation of their
families. . , .
When the soldier were called upon to
enter the ranks of the army, they were
told . by tbe blatant Republican orators
that an army waa 'seeded to maintain the
integrity of the Union ; to vindicate the
Constitution ; to support the rights of the
Statos; and to. epforoe the laws; and
that there was nointeution on the part
of tbe Government to interfere with the
exiting institutions of . the States ; ncr
any intent to conquer or subdue the
tales in rebellion, but all they desired
was, that they should lay down thei
arms, submit to the laws, and assume
tteir places in tbe Union.
With a perfidy as infamous as ever
oharaoterised a Nero or a Caligula, they
bave violated every pledge given the sol
dier, . They compelled him, when in the
army, to violate the Constitution ; to
trample npon (he rights of the States ;
to burn and destroy tbe property of his
pouotrymen ; to ignore every principle of
legal right, as well as tbe laws of civiliza
tion ; and this same party, having created
military despotism in ten States, by
overthrowing civil rule, now proposes to
reduce the soldier to a level with the ne
gro io sooiety 1
Over two thousand millions of Uuited
States Bonds are held exempt from tax
ation by the rich Republican bondholders
and the capitalists of that party ; while
tbe poor Soldier, compelled ss be is, to
toil day after day to support bis family.
Is taxed on every pound of flour, coffee,
tea, and tugar, as well a Ufon everything
h wean, to pay the interest upon the
atnpendou National Debt that it now
grinding tbe masses of the people to tbe
earth 1 Truly, this doubly damned, fis
cally rotten, and treacherous Repuolican-
ing liberty-hating party, have extended
to tbe widowa and orphan of thosewho
fell in defence of tb nation" their "sym
pathiea and substantial support" (?) in a
We do not believe tba soldier to be
destitute of common sense; and having
fall confidence to. his" reason, as welt
bi aerse of justice, we feel oonfident that
bi balls will be cut against tbs party
that deceived him throughout hi service
in tbo trmy, by compelling him to fight
for a military despotism, and the over
ibrow vf the Constitution of bi country
and for negro emancipation and enfranoh
isement, while that earn party was vig
ornnsly denying 'the charge, sod donoun
clog a slanderer all those who asserted
that suoh waa tb obieot ot tbe war,
xei, truly, tbe bouoty tbievea will ex
tend substantial aid to the aoldier I Snob
aid a tba wolf, lavished upon tbe lamb,
Out npon such detestable bypooracy 1
I A' Question,. .. - .-:
Wbiob are best, tba mean Bebel and
their nigger allies, of Tennessee,. or th
Union men I W are not called upon to
deoide, but tb Republican in this local
ity tie their faith to th former. Great
Republican victory tbey say, in Tennes
see. The Commercial lays the rebel
and Nigger beat th Union men.
' Who wants to join the Rebel and Nig
gr rartjr , ;
OonBtut(6nal AmendjiiMit, ;,,Tes.'
WeWice that the editor of the Timet
is publishing in eanneotion'wUh, and ti
part of, tba Radioal tiokot, the following i
"For Constitutional Amendme'nt, 'Yes.'
This "amendment," whioh is the Repub.
lioan pUtform, if sanctioned by s majori
ty of tbe peopJs.strikes the word WHITE
from the Constitution, thereby giving
to the Negroes tho right to vote, hold of-
sit on juries, to. Its ratification
will, so far as the State of Ohio Is con
cerned,, place the Negro and white man
on a political and sooial equality. It
will also bring the labor of the two races
into competition with one another, to the
injury of both. It will engender strife
and demoralisation, and Inally end in the
ruin of tbs people and "tho republican
form of Government under' whioh they
lire."'! Tbe issue, then, is on the "amend
ment."j.' The Republiean party did not
only make tbe issue, but have taken the
affirmative thereof, and hung out their
banners inscribed, "For the Constitution
al Ainepdmant,. Ya.?The Demoeraov
respond, with. an emphatic "NOT' and
every lover of a white man's Government,
will say, "amen.". . , ;. J V
Not Ohanged. y ; ;
"The Ashland Union's former opin
ion of President Lincoln does not agreo
with it opinion now." 7Ym. " '' ,
Our opinion of Mr. LINCOLN baa un
dergone no change. If we have said any
thing lately that " doe not agree with
our former opinion," it it attributable to
tbe faot that we believe in the old Ro
man proverb, "De mortuit nil nisi bo
num." We have never retracted one
word we ever uttered against Mr. Lin
coln ; but now, that be has gone to an
other, and, we trust, a better world, we
aro willing to throw the mantle of chari
ty over bis misdeeds, and let him rest in
peaoe. We cannot conoeive what object
the 7Yntea can have in view in dragging
is name before tbe public. Tho sooner
passes to the shades of oblivion, the
better. . .
Well Named- .
The Negro suffrage advocates here
abouts call the lato eleotion in Tennessee
A Republican Victpry." The Cincin
nati Commercial sayB it was the triumph
of the meanest class of Rebels and the
Niggers, against the original, persjatent
uion men. Our Abolition friends are
totting baok to their original standpoint,
bey are tbe party ol mean Kebela ana
Niggor?, against true Union men, We
are glad they don't call it a Copperhead
triumph. - ;.'!..
Radit'ttl Organ on Ibe Irian.
In the oity of Cleveland, where the
Radicals have full sway, negro children
are sent to white schools, and sand wioh-
ed betweenawbite. children, and every ef
fort to prevent it has been-of no avail.
The Herall (Rad ) in an article abusive
of the Irish Catholic, lay :
"We unhesitatingly aver that SEVEN
TENTHS OF THE FOREIGNERS
IN OUR LAND, WHO COW IN OBE
DIENCE TO THE POPE OF ROME,
ARE NOT AS INTELLIGENT AS
THE FULL BLOODED AFRICANS
OF OUR STATES WE. WILL NOT
INCLUDE THE PART BLOODS.
Yet, should a move be made to ourtail tbe
naturalisation law, even to extending
the residenoe of the inest illiterate, igno
rant foreigner that land oa our shore,
SUCH A DIN WOULD BE KA1SEU
BY THE DEMOCRATS AS WOULD
DEAFEN THE 8T ATE."
This beautiful sample of Radicalism
needs no comment '
K5PDurinpr tbe epidemic of intermit
tent in the West this season, the whole
immense stock of Aver's Ague Cure be
came exhausted, and the producing pow
er of his Labratory was found inadequate
to moet the demand. Many who knew
its extraordinary virtues for the ours of
Chills and Fever, paid exorbitant prices
for it to those who were fortunate enough
to bave a supply on hand. Some of our
neighbors paid ten dollars tor a bottle.
while th regular prio is bat one, and
assure us It was on the wbole lb oheap
est rrmedy they oould buy, even st tbat
figure. Thev praise it tor two qualities
first, that it oures, and last tbat it leaves
the health unimpaired. Iowa Stand
; BlNG'8 '
Is what It purports to be, ,
a ' GENUINE U'A I R BESTOAaTITB
f ehaaclns-flrav, Light, Red or Fad
Tiair te the Dark, Lustrlous, Silkea Trease
whioh at adorn youth or are. It will post
tlvely eradicate Humors and Dandruff from
th aoalp, end where there Is life glands,
will oause a new growth ot Hair to put forth
on bald spots. Thousands are testifying to
the above. ;.
PRICI s $1K5 PER BOTTLE, f
3 far Salt hj PANCOAST )80K
Ashlaad, Voter . -, . .--.rij
B. M. TTJBT33 Se CO, .
VT RINQ'S .
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VEra(litMO.B)ruano , ,
TO HUMORS ijf '
r0 TM MAI?, f'O ".-'-
THE WBSimii MAMMOTH FIRE INS. CO,
NET PROFITS JANUARY 1st, 1867
THOMAS SHERLOCK, Pres't,' I I r. -? W. B. RIOHARDSOKT, Beo'y
W. B. CASSILLY, Vioe President, , . , W.. BYRON, Paihier,,
THE ENTERPRISE INSUBAN'ClTcOMPiNY 'OF,! CjNCfNNATI, O.,
was organised Feb.,18C6aiia its bet profits Jan. 1st,, 1867, was greater than any
other Company in America, for the year being $140,612 85;,; . ,
Its Capital is twioe as large as any other Western Company, and in comparison to
the liabilities; larger than any Company In America. : r-----.-
The Stock and. management are in the hands of wealthy and energetic .tflBines
men, benoe it looks for the patronage which it meritt.J ' . tt ?
8. D. TEEPLE, General Agent. Northern Ohio. " ' ' " " J
- - ' , H. 8. SEE, Agent, Ashland, 0. :
. v.iv, , ( VANCE DAILY Mansflehl.O.
April 10, '67.1y42 ' : A. J. THOMAS, Wooeter, O. j
:l:".!;;t j GEO. H STEWART, Loudoavilte, O.
C. A.lluriIES, ;
The popular BOOT js SHOE iifnlrfflV wibh n
Inform the public, that he "still llveth" and
hulds forth on the Corner of CHURCH and
SANDUSKY Street, In Ashland, and that he Is
Drevured to manufacture all kinds of work,' to
order, In the best of style, and on tbe most
reasonable terms. Also,
NEATLY AND PROMPTLP DONE
Patronage Solicited. , ' I
G. M. MoCaclet. , . H. D. Jones.
, M'CAULEY & JONES !
AVE now on bands one of the lar-
X gest and boat Stocks of
AND ; - !
ENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
ver brought to Ashland, and whioh thev
are selling at - , ,
EW YORK PRICES f
F.TBrrlhini Is the verv latest St vie. We will
teep constanuv on nanq a mu anionmcui, u,
H ATS, CAPS, GLOVES, LADIKK & O KNTS'
COLLARS NECKTIES, lluon ano ii.iur
H08B, UNDERCLOTHINu, sc., So , wnien
in be purohased at the very Lunnar
, McCAULET & JONES.
IST Don't forget Ihe plaee, sign of the
BIO BATi ,
OpjMtiu Fit f I National Bank, AMani.
i 'i i.
Z A. C CEC 7 S
TTA8 recently greatly improved th Old
XT. Fortress and has removed hi large
aniT extensive stook. where ha 1 now
prepared to meet his old oustomer. . . .
.Whilst returning thanks for past patroa
age. I would respectfully annouao that I
am prepared better than ever to furnish all
FIRST CLASS CLOTHING.
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large. Well Selected .
And durable stock of
Hats, . Cap,' A Furnishing Goods.
I will also sell Piece Good. Ineludinl
Cotlonets. Satinets, It., by th yard, cheap
er loan can oa purcnasea dsewner in tall
, CUTTING FREE OF CHARGE.
Consult your interest and call on
. .. Z. GREENEWALD, '
(5ltf) . - Had of jDrajiga St
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7 . Ayer's: Sareaparilla '
IS a concentrated extract of the ehole
root, so combined with other substance
of still greater alterative power a to afford
an effectual antidote for disetsaa Baraaparilla
'" rePul 'iire. . Such a remedv is eura.
ly wanted by those wno a?.r Rtm
mous oomplainta, and that en whioh will ao
eomplish their cure must prove, u this ba
proved,' of immense serviba! ta this large
elaaa of our afflioieoVfollow-olthens. . How
completely this' compound trill do .ft,',' ha .
been proven by experiment on rany of the
worst cases to be found In the following com-
piaiuia: ,,.., , . x
' Soroffula. Scrctfulous Welllifgs and Sores,
Skin Diseases, Pimples, Pustules,' Dlolches,
Eruptions, St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or Ery
sipelas, Tetter or Bait .Rheum, Scald Bead,
Ringworm, to. .' .,. .. .,'
Pyphillts or venereal Disease Is expelled
from the system by th prolonged use of this
Sarsaparilla, and the patient la left la com
Female Diseases are caused bv SeroffuU
In the blood, and are often soon eared by
this Extraot of Sarsaparilla. '
uo a oi reject luisvnvatuaote meaieino, ot
cause yon have been imposed npon by some,
thing pretending lobe Sarsaparilla, while it
was not. When yen have need Aver's-than
and not till then, will yon know the virtues
of Sarsaparilla. For minute particulars of
the diseases It oures, we refer you to-Ayer'a
American Almanao, which the agent below
named will furnish gratia to all who call forit.
Ayer's Caihartlo Pills, for the cur of.Cos
tlveness. Jaundice,- Dyipepna, Indigestion,
Dysen.ery, Foul Stomach, Headache, Piles,
Rheumatism, Heartburn arising from. Disordered-8tomach.
Paiq or Morbid .lnaotlan of
Ihe Bowels, Flatulency; Lost of :Appite,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Worms, Gout, Neu
ralgia, aud aa a Dinner Pill, are udcqnalled.
. They are suger coaled, so that th trost
sensitive ean take them with pleasure, and
they are the best t perleni in tho world for all
Ihe pnrposea of a family physio.
A CARD FROM THE
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
.' fi? '
TMa Company beg leave to Inform tbe
publio that they commenoed operat ons In
1801). and their factory bjw covers four
aores of ground, and has cost mor than a
million dollars. and employs ever 700 oper
ti ea. They produce 76,000 WaltjM
year, and mak i and sell cot less than one
half of all the' watohes sold in ihe United
The difference between their manufacture
and the European, is brlfly this I Eur'peaa
naiones ar maa aimo'i enurety tjy nsd,
ana the result is or necetnity a laokor that
uniformity, which la Indispensible tooor
reot time-keeping. Both Ihe eye aad hand
of the most skillful hand must vary. But.it
is a fact that, except watches of in higher
grades, Europeans watobei are th p ouuot
of the cheapest labor of Switierland, rd
the recult is the worthless Anot' , Leplaea
and so oalled Patent Levers whl.h soon
cost more in attempted repalta, than their
original price Common workmen, boya
women, buy tho rough separata part of
thee watohes from variousfaotcrles, polish
and put them together, and take them to the
nearest wa'.ch merohant, who stamps and
engraves them with any nam or brand that
may be ordered. , . - , .- Vwf.ii
Bow American Watchet are Mad.
Tho American Waltham Watch 1 mad by
no such prooess and no such Inoompetent
workmen.. All the -Company' operation,
from tbe reception of the raw materials to
the completion of the Watob, are carried on
under one roof, and under on skillful aad
competent dlrec ion. But the great distin
guishing feature of their .Watohes, la the
faot that their several parts are all mat e by
Ih finest, tb most perfeottnd elelloata ma.
chinery ever brought to the aid of human In
dustry . Every en of th mor thai hun
doed perls of evety watch Is aaad by a ma
chine that tnsrllibly reproduces every
suecediug part with the most unvarying o
curacy. It waa only necessary to oak en
perfeot watoh of any particular tlyl aad
then adjust th hundred maohinea neoeasary
to reproduoa every para of that watch, aad
it follows that every succeeding watoh mast
Th Company respectfully submit their
watches oa thJ jnnit lyllMy-lala
mak i r . ; .
"'A Better Article for the'Money ,.r
by their Improved mohaoloal prooess
than oan be made under th old-fashioned
htndloraftsyetem. Thev mauufaotar watoh
Ss of every grade, from a good, low priced,
and substantial artiole, la solid silver hunt
ing eases, toth finest ehronometeri aad
also ladies' watohes in plain gold or th
finest enameled and jeweled oases i but tha
ndispensabl requisite of all their watohes
1 that thev ahall be OOO0 TIMEKE8PER8.
It abould b remembered that, exoeyt tblr
single lowest grade named "Horn Wauh
he upany, Boston," ALL WATCHES awl
by them -. .,-,. ; :-;-;' -
Art Fully Warranted
by a speolal certificate, and (hi warraate
ia good at all timos sgalnst th Company er
itcagenU. . , , ,. ... .s('
BOBBINS ft APPLETON, wi.
182 Broadway, Maw York.
July24, lnS, ,
"FkTotlee la hereby given that a ptltloa will
be presented to th Commissioner of
Ashland County at their next session, to b
a em en the First Moidayor Septembers A,
D-, 1887; Praying for the llt eratlon of a
Sart of Ih Stat Road, leading fromMiller-t
arc to Hayasvlll la said county. as follows!
Commencing at a certain point near Ihe oea-
ter of the south-WMt fierier or seotloa tan
(10) rang tftera (16) township twenty (20)
near th a Ua ot aaid quarter Uieie
voiid iDrougn we Datanov oi aaid qunw
of th seolion, rang aad towaahip aforeaald,
until It reaohes th oleared load on th afore
said north-watt quarter, thence wet ontll
Intersects Ih eld road. ,i.
. MAST PETlTtOSHlRS .-
August Till, 1867. w-7.