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'ASHLAND, i. AUG, 7, 1867.
Brief Items. ;';!." .' -v '.
Star Company No. 2 , will be out on
"drew parade" this evening at 6 o'olook.
' Don 't forget the Conoert at the Hall
on Friday evening. ,J'" f?"' t . j
A man named Bionm, was thrown
from hiii hone, near Loudon villo, last"
Saturday, and killed,, "j s
We understand that the M,E. Con
gregation, of this place, intend purchas
ing a Cabinet Organ for their Churob,.
The "Osllaboose," we are informed,
bas been repaired, and is now in fii
condition for the accommodation pf trans
! Court of Common Pleas for Ashland
county, commenced onvTaesday, Judge
Reed, of fiolmet county, presiding
There are pver one hundred civil, and
about thirty criminal cases, on the dooket
The I'Enterprise B. B. 0.," of this
place, play a match game with the West
Salem Club, on Thursday. They leave
here on the 10 o'clock freight
The Ashland County Teachers In
stitute will be held at Ashland, on the
14th, 15th, 16th, 17th and 18th of Oct
1867. Instructors and Lecturers will be
announced in a few days,
On last Saturday night a horse was
stolen from the stable of Jaoob Engl
near Rowsburg. A reward of 950,00
offered for the recovery of the horse aud
thief, or $25.00 for either.
The rule governing the Trotting for
the highest premium a 150 purse a
the Hayesville Fair, was inadvertently
omitted in the list published on the first
page.,, The following is the rule : "Mile
heats, best two in three, to harness. "
T Tne Blacl-and-tan.' Partjr : pf this
Uounty, will bold its primary meeting, on
tee 17th last. . A number of candidates
have been announced for the several of
On last Saturday afternoon, while
Mr. Robert Fulton, of this place, was
crossing the track, in front of the train
when in motion, he was struck in the aid
by tne corner of the car, breaking two
ribs. , ,,
The Second Annual Fair of the Ash
land Co. Independent Agr'l Society,
be held at Hayesville, on Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday, Ootober
the Hth, 15th, 16th and 17th, 1867.
See Premium List in1 to day's paper,
Tne ('Resolute B. B. C," of Galion,
challenged the "Ashland B. B Cub," to
play a matoh game. , The ohallenue has
been acoepted, and the game will be
played in this plaoe, on Thursday, Au
gust lain, 1807., commencing at
'clock, P. M. , ..
The woather for the past few days
has been exoessively hot. Oh, for some
eool, embowered spot, near some crystal
lakelet, whose rippling waters, o'ershad
owed by umbrageous trees, would lull us
to repose ; but the inoessant oryof "more
oopy" rudely dispels this vision of beauty
Concert. The Ohio Normal Acade-
my of Musio will give its first Conoert,
this season, at the Town Hall, on next
Dndpy evening, the 9th inst., and will
undoubtedly be one of the best ever eiv
en in this, place. Let all attend.
! The editor of the Timet sava our
former opinion tf President Linooln
A ... - '
does not agree with our opinion now."-
Brother Sfbenoli, you lie under
mistake. , But then we do not propose to
enter Into a disonssion upon the merits
and demerits of the defunot Abraham ;
isnotanissuo in the present cam
paign, and, we do not intend to waste our
ammunition upon "dead duoks." ' l
Removal E. L, Yoke has removed
his Muiio Store; to the old . Post , Office
building, on Main street, where be has a
full assortment of musical Instruments
auoh (i Pianos, Melodeons, Cabinet Or
gans, Guitars, Flutes, Violins, &o., Ao.
Mr. Yoke is Agent for the eelebrated
Cbickering Piano, which was awarded
the highest premium-- (Sold Medal
at the Paris Exposition, where it bad the
whole world to compete. with.. In add!
tion to the Grand Gold Medal, it reoeiv
ed the deooration of the Legion of1 Hon
or, which plaoes it ahove all competitor!
BlSODtTA Lcxcrt IOR ALL The
popular BotiotMhat people suffering from
dyspepsia or predisposed to thai disease,
should not eat biscuit, has crown nnt of
the faot that the oommonSaleratus baa
been need la tbe making of auoh biscuit.
Aad.it was right ; the artlole is mlsohieV
oua. But liehtand health v hisenll. enr-h
. ' -1
dyspeptic people eat may with impuni
ty and with positive , benefits are made
from D. U. De Land & Co. But Cktmi
tal Sakratus, Physicians admit this. i
ASHLAR UNIONS WEDNESDAY
Meeting of the Central Committee.
, jr-H Vt (, is
The members of the-Deoortie Cen
tral Committee of Ashland County,; are
requested to meet at the Office of the
Ashland Union, on Thursday, Aug.,
8th, at 1 o clcok P. M. -
J. M. LANDIS, Ch'h,
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PERRY TOWNSHIP. 1
The Demooraoy of Perry township, are
requested to meet at Rowsburg, on Satur
day evening, August 24th, 1867, for tbe
purpose of nominating a candidate for
JqaUef 61 WPesoe, and for the trans
aetion of other important business. Let
every Demoorat in tbe township be pres
New Fire Company. A new
Company has been organized under 'the
name of "Protection No. 1." The fol
lowing are the officers : !
foreman J.'?a6obs, !
1st Auitlant8 Q. BnSHNKLL, ' j
2nd ' " J. D. Jones, !
, Secretary W. K. Foltz, ' i
Treamrer Chas. Woodhousk,
PipemenlitK P. Fulkerson,
6a-1 U. BHOPBELL,
" 4th John Cpomer.
Tbe Company will meet at the office
of Mr. Jacobs, on Monday evening next,
and all persons desiring to become mem
bers, will band their names to the Fore
'1. 1 '.i ' ;-:. ' 1 1 ' ' '
man oeiore mat lime, ,, , i 1 i
The old Engine bas been repaired, and
is now ia excellent oondition, and, with
such men as oomjiose the new Company
to "man the brakes." the "bov" uiih
tKeir "Steamerjw av9.grtt up
ana oust or they will lose their laurels,
Every man to his post 1
19 De Soto when ho visited America
siugty Jong slid arduously briha!'Spriog
perpetual Youth," that those who
bathed therein might sever grow old in
in appearance. Peop le of our day have
m part discovered a substitute for this
unfbii'id ejrfihg in tfin' Vegetable Am
rosia, a few applications of which eives
to white or gray hair that dark, strong
and glossy appearance peculiar to youth:
ful beauty. J jka $f tufTrtiders doubt
tms, let them try a bottle and be eon
vinoea or ine truth or our assert on
Jjor sale by Pancoast & Son.
Drunk jC'p Jasl Monday afternoon,
a middle tgii w6maii, evidently ef that
abandoned and suffering olass so prava
lent in these degenerate times, passed up
Main street, staggering carelessly along.
reoklessly intoxicated. She minded not
the jeers of the devilish and wicked boja.
oor the astonished, and uneympathising
gaze of men and women . It was, indeed,
a pititul and sorrowful sight. If ourpeo
plo oould realize the abieot misery to
which (bis'elass of abandoned women, are
subjeotcd, tbey would wonflcr at no deeds
of desperation whioh may be committed
by them.. Cast out by the world, Boom
ed and taunted bv those who
tentions to Christianity, tbcv see but one
oourse left, and that is , not Only to draio
to tbe dregs the cup of shame, but to tmt
on the semblance of gaity, while the soul
ia dying. Wild and unnatural enjoy
mentis held in midnight revels! . Gaity
foc'a time aVowng aT otheY thoughts j but
when the roues, and rakes, and libertines
are gone j whon solitude brings back re
membrances c f other and better days, and
the gulf of prostitution opens up before
them like a bottomless, boundless, soul
enguliiog sea, then it is that the insane
idea of attempting to drown' recolleotion
by intoxication enters the wretobes dis
ordered brain. ' Trembling hands grasp
the enp whioh contains an antidote to
their' sorrow, rand soon the are reelina-
along in a. beastly state of intoxioation.
And an unfeeling public gaze indifferent.
npoa suoh, unfortunate oreaturei.
0, tempore i 0, more I
A Heart Wanted. Some "Eaober"
player perpetrates th following He
ought to be "ordered up" and kicked out
of decent soeiety i
I want, ah, me, I want a heart. 1
But not a heart for love.
To feel the smart of Cupid's dart.
And alio rhyme with dove. .
I do not want a manlv heart
With blKh dcl(ni to glow, . .
Or fetl what Mendahlp can Impart." '
, Aud sympathy beitow, .
The heart for which I long li none
. Of man'i, nor yet of Maid's
I only want a little one
To trump that trick of apades.
Great Exoitemen ih Ashland.
Npw ia the time for Bargains. Miller
Co., of Wosstrr, 0., are dosing out to
quit business. Twenty Thousand Dol.
lara worth of Dry Goods to be closed out
in Ten Day time. Yonng'Me'n I now
your time for Cloths and Cassimeres.
Come one hcome ill. Au'o(ldri' eVerv d
and evening; tommenopg bn'Thursday,1
ugust loth, 1867. Best obanoe for
bargaini ever offered in Ashland. Is.
dies, cow is the time to buy Dress Goob
White Goods, Laees, Edgings and Em.
broideries Thenrwill ba lorge' closing
out emlvofDrist (tads' and Black and
Faney Silks, on Thursday and Saturday.
MILLER h CO.
0. SwiitxroRD, Auctioneer.
White Men Shall Eule America ! I
Mass Meeting J
There will be i Grand maaa meetioe ftt
On Tuesday, August 27th, 1867,
j Iff' "bioh will be addressed by ,.j .
.,'Rm.,'B. P. flAUNET,
":: ''- And 5 .
Hon. D. S. UHLI v . .
Let this meeting be a large one, one
that, will lend terror into the ranks 0f the
enemies of our.' oountry. Rally, white
men, rally. , ,-. r, .. 1 v.
' MASS MEETING! y ..
k,The Demooratie State Central Commit-
tee have 'appointed' a mass meeting at
Loudonville, Saturday. Sect. 14th.
which Will be- iddressed by '
Hon. 0.1. VAILANIUGHAM I
Let the People of tho County !-
ly and hear tbe issues of the day discuss
ed by these eloquent ohamplons of De
mocracy. !,ii..t '
Htdroponpolondicon 1 1 Kelloeir
4 Co.'s great art wonder of the nrW
will exhibit at the, Town Hall, Ashland.
on Saturday evening next, the 10th inst.
The programme includes all and enumer
ates more than 100 scenes, of tbe battles
of the late rebellion. The audience can
sit quietly in their, seats, witness the
startling realities of, the burning of Fort
Dumpc- inu uia oatties or tbe late rebel
lion, vividly displaying their heart ren
dering soeoes, visit' the most noted places
in Amerioa, snd the great galleries of
Art at London.. Ene.. travamn th a 1
of Switzerland with its wild romantio
sooneries, pass to tne beautiful Bay of
Naples, with its famous Mount Vesuvius
in life distanoe. The dav Basses, ih.
moon appears in the clouds, the eruption'
begins sending its melted lava from its
emter, overwhelming Pompeii and Hcr
eulaneum where they remained for nearly
seventeen hundred years.' The lava aud
ashes being removed we see the atroia n(
the ancient cities as they appear at the
present day. The e'nteriainment is said
to be the most interes'ting of the kind
ever presented to the cublia. - Th
all over the countrv sneak in trm nf
praise of it. Let all. attend. . , .
YOUTH'S ; HISTOET OF. . T HE
GEEAT CIVIL WAR-A N I)
; DEMOCRATIC TEXT BOOK.
This admirable, work is one of the
most complete and interesting records of
the causes which led to the reoent aboli
tion wir, and the disastrous consequences
that have resulted to the country there,
from, which has been issuod from the
press It is written from a Demooratie
stand point and shows tho true aims and
objeots of the Radical party in plunging
tho country into a great civil war, that
that party instead of waging a war for
the purpose of restoring the Union and
maititainiag republican institutions really
intended to destroy both. The work is
guttcn up in exaoily the right manner,
uaving me meru oi brevitv as wall an
explioitoess in illustrating tbe subject
treated and although intended especially
iur uiovuum it is cauai r well adanrtri
to . adult readers and should be in the
house or every Demooratie familv. . It's
low price. enablsB $very one to posses a
yi'i .t- l.Jl'.L. . ' ! ...
. rw iuB last ininy years tbe oountry
i . j : ii . . ... .
ufou usiukcu who AOolltlOa .boolM.
uoa auu pawpuieis calculated to poison
and misguide the minds of our vouth and
Jhe only way to counteract the pernicious
innuence or tuese publications is by the
circulation of sound Demooratie literature
thereby to educato tho rising generation
to nate tne principles of the Tor v. Mon
archical party who now usurn the rains of
To the people of Ohio, at this time.
when tboy are ebon to decide theereat
question of Negro Equality, is this work
especially recommended, it is a duty in
cumbent upon every Demoorat to enoour
age and do all in his power to aid the
circulation ot iiemocratio literature.
, Tbe ,! Youth's,' aiatorv" ia a work
which, we oommend to all our readers
and hone that aone will fail to secure a
oopy ot it. ' It has the endorsement ol
the leading Demoorsts of the Union and
from the faot that it bas alreadv net with
perhaps the largest sale of any similar
wor exiaoi it cannot Tail to meet the
approbation of the Demooraoy of Ash
land County. " "''! . ..
a Agents are wanted to canvass the en
tire county for the English and German
editions of thia work. .
Expenenoed canrassera preferred.--None
but Dtmocratt need apply. AH
applications must be addressed to - .
T. E- Peokinpauoh, -
' General Agent
Seville, Medina.Co) 0 ( P. 0. Box, 23.'
&rAgn, OhiU, or Afermifrmf Jrv.
ver oured, or the motley refunded. Dr.
Witt's Ague Pills are entirely anew mod
lolne, and havinir been tried in over 1.
200 of the very worst and obstinate eases
of Chills and .Fever, aud not failed even
in one oase to effect a speedy cure, the
proprietor guarantees them to cure every
oase, even after all other medicinm f.if
Those suffering should imtnediafolv sivb
. I. - 1 1 nmL - . . - "
u.iuiuiu. iooj are warranted tooura.
For sale by Druggists, or sent by mail oi
receipt of the pripeH. AAddroa Dr.
Witt, Boi 611, Cincinnati. Ohi, ....
I MORNING, AUGUST 7.
0BSEEVATI0NS AT FOLK.
Polk, July 25.
Eds. Union : Perhaps a fow lines
for your worthy paper, from this plaoe,
may be pf interest to your readers.
Polk is boated about nine miles East
of Ashland, on the A.. & 0. W. R. R.,
and contains about 800 inhabitants, all
of whom are honest, intelHgent and en
terprising. Considerable improvement
has been made this season, among whioh
we might mention the erection of a fine
dwelling by Mr. T. Smith. On Sabbathi
July 22nd, we vfere escorted to the Qer
man Reformed Churoh, the largest and
finest building in town, which has been
recently painted and refitted at a cost of
over four hundred dollars. A new bell
is to be added to it in a few days. Mr.
Henry Wicks is financiering the bell af
fair, and whatever he undertakes, its suc
cess is a forgone conclusion., But to
return, Tbe pastor of the above named
congregation, the Rev. 8. E. Herring.
was assiBtoa on tne oooasion by Kev. V.
D. Kneppei, of Minefield. Ibis oooa
sion will long be remembered : so manv
smiling countenances assured us of their
appreciation of the comfortableness of
the temple prepared for the worship of
uou. may mis congregation prosper
under the earnest and eftoient labors of
their worthy pastor. Politically speak
mg. we are geaerally Democrats up
here, and do not believe a Negro is our
equal j not muoh ; neither do we favor
that abolition insenuit7. the Oonatitn.
tion Amendment, and on this Doint. von
will hear from us this Jail, bv the em
phatic, echo, No. More anon.
. i Theta.
lhe People'i Verdict No one need
suffer with the Piles. W. W Beebe, a
farmer, near Kalamazoo, Michigan, savs.
"after suffering intensely with the Piles
ior tnirty years, one bottle ot Dr. Striok
land'a Pile Remedy oured me. Chas L
Glass, Janesville, Wis, says one bottle
cured bim and his brother. A H Rose,
Postmaster at Peru. Ohio, savs it cored
h m in a few days. . 49tf :
19 It is pleasant to reoommend a ra.
ally meritorious artiole, henoe- we ask
those suffering from Dyspepsia, Nervous
ness, or Debility, to trv Dr. Strioklnnd'a
Tonic Dr. E. M. Sams ordered $4 00
worm ior J. U. Hays, Decatur, Alabama.
T. Hart, New York City, srys, "it eqred
me( where oan Lct it for my friends ?"
Tl .1 1.
j.uuo iuey wrue irom an quarters.
Reconstruction Completed at the
Ashland Mills, under the immediate su
pervision of S. Lewis, of Tiffin, Seneca
County, Ohio. A New Suit of doublcr
extra Anker Brand Bolting Cloth and S,
1KWI8' patent prooesl of wrapping is now
being-put upon the Reels of, the Ashland
Mills, which will make, with certainty,
an additional yield of two poundt of flow
to each bushel of wheat, and of better
quality, over and above the amount made
by any other mill in the County. All
will be ready for opperation oil Monday,
June iuiu, ioo.
3m50- ... N.RECTOB.
... i t-
Splendid Prizes in Greenbacks.
Over 15 000 in Greenbacks: 810.000
Sewing Maohines: 8900 in WaehiorMa-
oliines ; a vast amount of Hoop Skirls,
Albums, Books, Gold Pens. Pencils.
Lockets, to , &c, to be distributed to tho
subscribers and purchasers of the "Home
Amusement " Every yearly subscibers
gets twenty-four tickets, drawing lrom 85
to ctuu eacti in Ureenback9. Canvass
ing Agents clear from 810 to $15 per
day raising clubs. Sample copies with a
prize iickcc ana lull directions and in
struouons to Agonte, sent my mail, by
inclosing ten cents, addressed to the
Home Amusement, 78 Nassau Street,
Mole and Female Canvassing Agen t
wanted in every town and neighborhood
id toe united "tales.
: MARRIED On the 1st inst.', at the
Vfti, - rr .... . . . ' .
raiiier House, Asuiand. by Kev. A. H,
Mvers. Mr. C. D.PROEOER nf W.
tor, and Bliss LOUISA BARNHART,
UI ASI1ISRU, U. .
I E D , ;
At the residence of her hnnband. on Trldav
;,in& A"&"" na. MARf A., wife of
UENBY-MYEKS, aged 82 year. .-
"Ii she dead f long weeka the laneulehd,
' Watted by disease and pain
Vain the prayers of hearu that loved her
Human art and (kill were vain.
.- ... . - v.- i' .. i
Is die dead t Tbe Church bell's tolling.
Called unto the house of prayer,
rrlenda to look their last upon her,
Lying cold and pulseless there.
And the man of Oodsnld sadly !
'Earth to earth and dust to dust i'
, But with brighter aspect pointed, .
To the rising of the Just. ., - ,
Is she dead t They've borne' her marble,
. Cold and senseless to the tomb i
Laid it down beneath the UUics, . .
Thore to rest la silent gloom. '
Ia she dead f Ah, no I nor deeping,''
In th.it green aid narrow bed.
Whore they've laid the worn-out eaaket, :
With spring Sowers above lis head
But she heard her Master calling, 1
'Well done, good and faithful one,'" ' ' '
'Come up higher' where la waiting, : !
What yonr l'alth and love have won.
And the raptured spirit gladly ,. .
' Left lta (lllrlt-hnnax n7 rlnv ' ' ' '
I And on wing of faith uprising,
muj(ut vut rniims oi enaiess aay.
The) Healing Pool, and'Honso of
Mercy .Howard Aesoeiation Reports,
for Yonng Men, on the Crime of Solftudn.
and the Errors, Abuses, nd Diseases
whon destroy, tho, manly lpowty..snd
create impedimenU o Marriage, with
sure means of relief. 8ent in sealed let- -ter
envelopes, -free -of thargraAddMam
Dr. J. Skillin Houehton. Howard Aun.
iation, Philadelphia, Pa. "
DR. SCHBNCiC'S MAWDRAKB
PILLS, A SUBSTITUTE FOR
CALOMEL. , ;
These Fills are eomposed of various roots,
having tha power to relax the eeeretioos e
tne liver as promptly and sffectual asses'
pui or mercury, and without producing any
ot those disagreeable or dangerous effects
whioh often follow the latter. , . . i
In all bilious disorders these Pills may te
used with eonfldenoe, as thsy promote the
discharge of vitiated bile, and Minor those
obatruotioas from th liver and biliary ducts,
which are the cause of bilious affcottoas in
SCHENCK'3 MANDRAKB PILlS eire
Sick Headache, and all other disorders of
the Liver, indio tei by sallow skin, coated
tongue. eoBtiveness, drowsiness, and a gener
al feeling of weariness and laaaitude, show
ing that the liver is in a torpid Or obstructed
eondition. . .. ; i .
In short, these FUls may be need with ad
vantage in all caaeawhen a purgative or al.
uiouioiQoiB reqmreu. - .
Please aek for "Dr. Schenek's Mandrake
Pills," and observe that lhe two likenesses ef
be Doctor ate on the Government stamp
in ine last stage ot uonsumption,
and the other injiia pi esent health.
Bold by all Crutgiata and dealers. Prie
26 eenls per box. Principal Offioe, No. It
,wi,uiiu uireei, rnnaanipbia, ra. ; . , t.
General Wholesale A lent : Demu Barnea
and Co., 21 ParkEow.Jew 7ork : 8 8 Hance
1U8 Dallloore fit, Baltimore, Md., 'John D
1'arlt, H E o ir of Fourth, and 8t, Cioeinnaii
Walker and Taylor. 124 and 136 Wabash Ave.
Chios go, 111. ; Collins Brothers, southwest
corner or second and Nine Sts, 8t Louis,-Mo,
A OTICE W PARTITION.
Sarah Ritter, Daniel Miller and Ann
Miller his wife, Msry Homsn Elisabeth
Homan, Andrew Homau, John floman,
Andrew Homn, a minor, Eliza Yeisly,
Amanda Yoisly, Elizabeth Yeisly, Mary
Yeisly, Sarah Jane Clayburg, the daugh
ter of Mollie Yeisly, doe'd, who was the
wife of Pbillin Yeislv. and th hmLnJ
of the said 8arah Jane Clayburg whose
uauic u unitnown, uenry llomau & Amos
Homan will takes notice that petition was
filed against them on the 8th day of July
1867, In tbe Court of Common Pleas
within and for the Connfv nf A.hl.n
snd Btate of Ohio, by David Homan and
John Snook and Mary Suook, his wife
ana is now pending, wherein the said Da
vid Homan, John Snook and Mr R.
his wife, demand partition of the follow
ing real estate situate in the oountv of
x, . 01 un,0 '0 W1 ' Ine
North West quarter of Section eight, in
Township tweuty two, of Range Sixteen,
oontaming one hundred and sixty aores,
more or less ; . also, the North East quar
ter of Seotion Seven, in Township t.n.
l.h..J .-JO,.,. .fni. . -
fy two' ,of RsDf!a Sixten, containing one
auu biij acres, more or lets,
excepting, out of said last mentioned
2uarter motion, one acre and twenty four
oi an aore, owned by the At
lantic & Great Western Railroad; also,
about throe acrcB owned by Daniel Wert
man and two and a half aores owned by
roily Homan : referenda ia m. it,
deed of said parties for a particular de
sonplion of said exceptions j and that, at
the next term of said Court, after the ex
piration of forty days from the first pub
hcation of ihia tottoe, the said David Ho
man, John Snook and Mary 8nook his
wifo,, will apply, for an order that part.
lllOn mtIV hn wnnAa T iJ t -
ui Dam prvtnises.
; , , , DAVID HOMAN,
. . L MARY SNOOK,
, cy M Combs &, Curtis, their Att'ys.
Julyl0,6w3 , -
LET it .o distinctly understood fand I
hereby oaution those that
of ihe faetj that
Rohrer't Erpectoral Wild Cherry Tonic
is no cheap Bitters, so commonly u.ed every.
Where, but is an old standard remedy for al
most every complaint that flesh is heir to.
It ia a blood nuriBer that h. on r..
diseases of the Chest, Liver, Kidneys, Lun-s,
-- ... inuigesiion, uyspepsta,
Diarrhea, Bysenlary Cholera Morbus,- Gen
eral Debility , 4o. Evlry family ahould have
It. Delicate ladits and ohildren ahould use
j itwiU lBT'8rle tne aystem, give clear
aid heallhy color to the skin and strength to
body. All ohildren are subject to cholla.
otarrhea and pains.; Instead of wing thos
,..p..., ui opium, to injurious to the
brain and fatal in its results, use Rohrer's
Wild Cherry Tonla. whinh ill rail... k.
ferer of all pains and ailments , and instead
of being an injury, will be a lasting benefit ;
no injury can result from this eompound.
Old, infirm aid fobl. nr,nr. .1.,,,. .... n
Every vessel going to sea should be provided
with Bniil v J , .
- wvam 07 urugiBiH una aeaien emv-
WhflrA ' T DAIIDVD n -1 n . .
' ' " ' Lano&ster. p.
ISAAC H. MTERS. Whol..l.
. NOTICE. . ' ,:
VTOTICB is hereby given that the nnder
iy signed have presented a Petition to th
Council of the Incorporated Village of Ash
land, prayinc for th vaoation of nart nf
an Alley runninc East and West in fim,i
Ashland addition to tha town of AnhUnH n
being so much of said Alley as is bounded
on Ihe by South bt th North boundary lines
of lot No.109 and 110 in said South Ash
land Addition and on th North by th south
boundary line of taenublia around W.n
aa Washington Square; and that said peti
tion will be for hearing baforeaaid Couoeil at
th eir first regular meeting, after the 80th dav
of August, 1867. .
JOHN ROBINSON, "
V J. B. F. 8A PSKL, .
,. . , J. 0. JBNING8.
. . . JAMES MoCOOL,
" HENRr SPRANGLB,; .
J. D. JONES.
Directors of the Board of Sdnoatloa
of the Incorporated Village of Aabland,
asniana county, umo, .
July 17, 18G7-6w4 .
Z&R0R8 OP YOUTH. -.
A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, 'Premsture decay. aadaU
the (ffeets of youthful Indiscretion, will, for
the suffering humanity, send fret to all who
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.TO.., lev roGip na airsaiionsroruaaing
tha simple remedy by which he was cured
ounerers wisning la profit by th advertisers
xparicuoa,on do so by addressing.
. - JUBH B. UUUGN, , -'
. No. 43 Cedar Si. New Vork., .
Tho "RanTrimnt A.
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-- " .o jvin iims, namis
XI ted to praotlo in I ha Unl'ed States
tourta, t am prepared to attend to any cases
under the Bankrupt 6t. .. .
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Administrator'! Notioe : t
NOTICE is hereby given that the nu
dersicaed was. on the 1st dav nf .T.
ly,' 1807, dulv aenointed Adminiatrator
of the Estate of John Morolaod. deo'd.
V . .. ALKAANDKB C K.ILB,;
Bail Boad Company
Are Sow eenslructlpg altailrd from
OMAHA. ' NEBRASKA."
tward towards Ihe Taciflo Oeean, malting
wits oonneolions an unbroken line i
ACROSS THS COM WEST, i
The Company new oftr a limiud ' amaunl
First Mortgage B011W
having hlrly ytars te rtfn, aad bearing an
nual interest.payftble on the (rat day ol in.
nary and July, In the elt ef New fork. aU -tbe
rate ef '-'. ".
Ninr Cants on tb iolUa. '
1 This road was sompleted from Omaha 805
west on th 1st of January, 1867, and is fyty
quipped, and trains are regularly running
over it. Th Company has' now on hand
sufficient iron, tie, to., to finish th remain
ing portion te fh extern baa of the Rooky '
Mouataina, 212 miles, -which it cinder con
tract to be don September 1st of this y ear
nd ii U npeetcd that the entire rad wlllb
ain runnig order from Omaha te lis wtstera
connection with the Wtra PmISs, ow
being rapidly built eastwaid from Saoramen
to, CaL.during 1870. - -, s
Meat oftlui Company. '
' estimating the dittane to be built by the
Union Pacific to be 1.566 miles, the United
Slates Government Issues its 8ix per cent
Thirty year Bond to th Oemmn W ...
road ia finished at th average -rate at gbout
$28,250 per mile, amounting t U4,20f,0OO.
Ihe Company is also permitted to issue 4te
own First Mortgage Bonds to an equal
amount, and at th same lime, which tivin..
cialAotot Congress are made a FiistMerU
gage on m entire line, th bonds of Ik Uni
ted States being subordinate to them. . -a
The Government makes a donailnn 1 9 .
800 acres of land to the mil, amounting to
20,032.000 acres, estimated to be worth 30,
0OJ.0OO, making the total rssouroes, etelu
tiv of Ihe capital, $118,110,000; but Ihefnll
value of the lands caa not now be realised,
The authorised Capital Stock of ihe Com.
pany is one hundred million dollars. ' of
which live millions have already been paid In,
and of whioh it is not supposed that mor)
than twraty-flve millions at most will be re
The cost of th road ii -estimated by com
petent engineers to be ab :ut one hundnd
million dollars, exclusive of equipmeat.
rrotpect for Butimest.
The railroad eonneeiioa between flm.l,.
and tbe EasUs now complete, aad th earn
ings of th Union Pacifio on the seetions al
ready finished for the first two -weeks in May
were til WOO. These sestioaal sarninn
as the read progresses will muoh more than,
pay th interest on the Company's bonds, aid
thethrouirh bnsintes, ovr.th ! n. .i.t
railroad bolween th Atlaatlo aai' paci)
mujt be immense. $' :? "ij .
m .; 1 raiue anas security ofub9:.BotiaS
"' The Company respectfully submit Iheabova
statement of raots fully demonstrates th se
curity of their Bonds, and as additional proof
they would suggest that the Bends new offer,
ed are less than ten million dollars on 617
miles of road, on which over twenty aailUoa
dollars have already been upended , en 880
miles of this road th ear are aow vanning',
and th ramainlng 187 bIIm mitul, cresf. '
t'1""1- - ..li-
At th present rat of prsmiums on gold
these bonds pay aa annual interest ta th
present cost of ' i-
Nine per Cent.'" Ii .
and it Is believed that oa the eompletioa of
the road, like the Government Bonds, they
will go above par. Th Company intend to
sell but a limited amount at the nremmt 1
rale, and retain theiight to advanoe th prie
at their option. 1 ,
Subscriplioni'wlll bs received in New Terk
CoSTTlKtKTAt Kir. Bin. !tn i ftiV...
St, Ciabe, Dodos A Co, Bmibii, M
St-, Johx 1. Cisco Box, Bakm, JtoJ tj
and by BARKS AND' BANKER! geaerally
throughout the United Slates, ef whoa maps
and descriptive pamphlets may be obtained.
They will also be sent by mail from theConv
pany's Office, No. 20 Nassau Street, HtW
York.on applloaUon. -Biibaorlh. sin
loot their own Agents in whom thsy hart
confidence, who alone will be responsible US'
them for the safe delivery of th bonds. '
JOHN J. CISCO, "
Teutonia Insniance Co
OF CLEVELAND OHIO.
Capital Slock, - $9300,000
Further responsibility, 1200,000'
Offloe, BCOVILL'B BLOCK, ' 126 EVP
RIOR STREET, up stairs. '. .
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a W Luetkemever. J Btor.nl.
8 Thormatf, - ' P Deimer,
N Beisel, p OaeMelon, - -FRSilberg,
, A Mtjrsj-fs-r'.-rtA
G Hessenuneller, . , 0 Sohenok, M Dr
K Hay, . L H. Beckman, I
Pb Hennioger. ' '
x' GEO Weber;"
' H Meieher,
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rn joot. '
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vicfrst . , 'GeaAfa
" H. S. SEE, Ageat AahUnd, Ohio.
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THS GREATEST PAW-RBlIS-fia i
ITarranled superior to anv ohr: V ml.
pay, for th cur of Chronic RheumaOam,
Toothaeh,Hadaehe, Bar Throat. Ma-p.,b
Burns, Cuts, Insect atlnirs. Pains In tk nk .
t.ne ana Limbs, Bpralas, Old Sor, 8weU,:,,i
mg.: aiio, to sea internally for Diarrhoea. i.
Dyaentery, Colie, Spaama, Ba Slokaws,1
Vomi:ining, and Croup. . It Is perfeelly ia
noeent to take internally, lr uwd according
to th directions, and never fails, at tho-.,
sands eaa attest. It was first Introduced ia
1847, and now milllam of haul. ..... :
ally sold. Every en who has. ones nsed it,
eentinuM t do so, and rtosmnwnd ft I thoir
frivnds as th moat valuable medicine ex
venmoate enough to fill a doien diwsa f
pprs have ben received by Dr., Tobias.!
HI medicine, th Venetian Liatawkt, wiU-4
da all that is stated, and more, ia oa wiU , :
regretlryingU. Those real Jing at a dia?
Unee from a physian, will find It a rellabia,.
medletwt to hav on hand in sat of aoeiden ta.j o
Ask for Dr, Tobias' TtnMiaa Linami,aBit
lak no thT. Prioa 50 eenls "and $1
Sold by all Drna-aista.' Dunnl. 11(1 Oa.sU.Ja
Street. K-Y -J
RALSTON A VANXILBUE8.
Jewellr and SlWersiatths, tire donrr cTT
ef Miller iIus,'Ahlan4. Bel and 81lTf-i
rant and fthoio variety f Jewelry ttett ' "
constantly en hand. HlghMt priol paid iaf"
Id gold aataltVOT. ' Repairing done te ordtr ,
and oa reaionabl (era.