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THE ASHLAND UNION," WEDNESDA Y. MORNING, AUGUST -28-
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w,.tt.XiyjlA BBOU Editors
K, Aahlaad. i i i Aug. 9S, 187.
Dsmoeratle tut Ticket
:? " AtUS G. THURMAN, of FraokHa j
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Si T?rTT T rvT -e r 1
' j -Auditor Aere. ' -f
JOHN AkiELWEE, of Batter; '
f'tH '.''"2 t-AUofwg General, '
W 1'' TftANK H: HURD, ol Kaot j
ii'l ciWrn s Supreme Judye,
T.HOMAil Mj KEY, of B.miltoa;
r ' OomiXroiUr of Ike Treaeury,
j'irn.LUM SHERIDAN, ol Williams
Member .Board of Public Fonts,
re! ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga.
iu , 1c 'For State Stnttor,
' iJt'siL r i. B0B, Jr. MAT. ' j '"-. '.
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.DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET.
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I !ltivM ' Bepretentatite ' ' 1
WILLIAM LA R WILL. '
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-;t;H. us-A : W. G- DELTA AN.
"r,:'JirJ .eiiii.'v a - Retorder ''' "" .
' ,t3v a JiJ-l GEO. W. URIE.
. taitjlr. iii !: C'mmWmr. .'
. tjKMis hUT-HENRY WICKS.
od o! i ': Swiryor.
.f,-!f.oIiii'j.T sr HENRY PIFBR.
Ji S'fl hfirmmy Dirtrtor. 1
oil! m WILLIAM CRAIG.'
DR. A. EMERICK. .
. Contlitutw"! Amendment, '
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- V re-poblUh N. A Grij'i tpre1i at
'Toonyxowo, bj reqoest bl tutoy UoiuD
iT o: Lead jonr piper to jourDt no
entie neighbor ho it teeking traib, ind
'a;1t' Vim'. leva thr hintorj of the mm
y b(Hbe ludere of theitbl Demooncj
' leteeied u tneir itiuatra-pearer.
t'AtkfaniTimi. '. !
j'lfbaflj ibi Off h known, no perton
t fJ elketio to bit fabeboodf, u be
la acknowledged to be a sioit nnprineinled
'V 4 reoklesi liar ; but n the taeaner elaea
ujir MonpeI papers, like the Timet, are
ublihiDg bit elaadera, it ie perbapa nte
.&aaaary;; to. iufom the poblie of hii
"'trtW ebaracfer.1 H il a terr neio and
r nalif nipt preatare, who at one time pro
0 ien4 to be a Drrooerrt, babo bid a t
..-kraiol aooneh ro oomprehend the princi-plpfjeDerDfjwtie-partj.
II ii spccob,
irbiob tat timet re-publiihea, ii filled
,-:o Itk tiUl'iDderi of Judge Thurman, (be
J oeratie candidate for Q orernor. And
: it oulj doei thia dirty ing abnue Judge
t;.Jbrtasa, but ia ao far forgetful of the
proprictlre and deeenoiea of life, is to
' ffiike hii amiable aad acoompliibed wife
tie, mbjeotof hie deteitable and eowird
,j abut. Tba rabataaoa of the obar)rea
afetoet Mr:, and Mr. Thoraan ia, that
'llS'j' ihewed attenl'ona to, and beitowtd
".c&amiei opoo.lhe Coofederate priaotiera.
.. at (Junboa,: dariar the late horriblr
. -eirilwafc ' Verj likely thia ia trae.' But
L it WH pot oa aoevnntof ay wrmpathy for
1 'the Coalederait eaoee, m alledfted by this
L-'IlIaiDQae alaaderer, that ioduetd them to
.; "gita a drop of wator" to the feverish
f.aad ' eiftring priaoDre. Their objeet
irmi trf ntend those little kiudnewi to
the poor fellowi, who, through tba for
tanea'of er, bad beeome the inmitei ol
.THartkera prieota. ibat eeerr trulr aood
laaa' aal a'omatt feeli it to be a doty to
- ).Mate apoa tba onfortonite, witheat rel
arenoe to tbabr natlTity, religion or polit
iaal ophuoaa.; The very act thai Mr. and
Jfrt; Thnrrfiaa7 are acw. rilliflcd by thia
. jaofik for dojoj toward the Confederate
f-pnawera, tba people of the 8oaih are
abated for ml iAy toward the Federal
"Trttonefa who fell into their hindi during
(,lbw, Apd it ia a Iwt, well knoWn
ja Jtbaa, aad was probably known to
toft dirty dog, Gray, when be attend
il'doMrmpiible 'slander, that Mr and
'.$(. ikprmaa' bara been proverbial for
- (tbair kiadaeai Si.d liberality towards Ua
aoa aoidieia neding huge ivma - o'
, jtfatltfii' provide tbeat with eomforia
frtiifit ' a Trnilinjg jrnjispoio la QmuniLue.
aa tnj f'en bftkiuU AeJda of tba Soath-
,au" 1 1 1
-itA jpitrai aaya siact hr ata aatiot el
. (bs PsaaidMi,' letters bate been received
a a Waahiagtoa , by -prominent Sepabli-
aaa meabert af.t'ooresa,, which state
the, only rtBt'dy left to insure, re-coe-
Sliaali'aa ,.,ia tas,.mfeacbaMot of ibd
Psasislaa.h.-iVt'w ".-;' -.i.f
nifJMsa letters are significant freas the
facfthtt ieVara),of jbera are fjoa mem
tert wko, it is said, at tba ;ieei aessioa ot
Ceoresa, were knewa aa wtiMrvativra
aad efpooeete of rmpetcbraeat. Tbey
farther itata that the prominent movers
la iaipeMbncBt'are. buy at. wurl aad
abady art taovaeeiag among aba awav'
lata ai Hit tba feeling-.' ' 1 I
blkill X" j-' ' :;1 '' ' M'.H -
The CbfeMwr; at trubeatilla, aad
a! yrt, it so searlt dilad 'ta tla aavlga-
Am BomeM Caimfejaaloa, ,
Tba-iSaU (Maas ) Jbwmaf aava:
" Ithongh it baa takan a tml deal af
"T "u" "a aa a van amount or atoney
wa have at laet got tba atolid Dutoh of
Penoijlviaia and tka wrdnt flnekia'
and 'Baekeyra' of tha Weatera 8tatea
maoaud no to the higher law atandird.
n nen a raw yean ago tbey apat Bpoo
Qa-the deapiaed Abolitioniita we de-
tarmiaed that tha 'negro' (aa tbey called
tha colored nan) should be nude their
equals or we would crush the Union
Colored, suCTrase ia aow a Szed fiet. Tha .
foot of the negro is oa the oeok of our
ancient revilrra, and thosa who are aot
ia oar toils maal stead from under."
Bia years sinoe, we were told that tha
war was waged to restore tba Uaion,
to eaforoe iba laws, and aot for tba
purpose of overthrowing the aaa, aad
trampling on tba other; and tba citiieo
tbat bad the hardihood to dispute tbeat
oecia rations or the Bepuhlicao leaders
was regarded ea little less thsa a traitor,
and ia their opinion, deserved death or
ezilc from the "freest aad best eovern.
meat ia the world. ,
The facility with which tba leaders of
tba Republican party violated every
pledge mide to the couotrv after fillinu
the raoki r f the army, served to convince
every thinking mind that these specious
promises were hypocritical, and would be
thraet wide oa every occasion where it
could be safely done. Whan thev told
the public tba war was for tba Uuioa,
we knew they lied . When they told as
in wordy resolutions, that tba war was
not waged to overthrow the institutions
of lbs Booth, or for eonquet, wc believed
bet peifidy and falsehood aotaatad tvery
step; and our predicuots hare Bora than
been verified, ; t
e arc now gravely told by a soa of
Puriuo Maeaaefaasctts, that tbey had dt
teruiued long prior to the war "that the
neirro (as tb.y called the colored mas)
should be made tht equal of tba atolid
Du ch of Pennsylvania, the verdant
Suckers, and tbe Buckeyes' of the West
era oiaiet or IDey woukl OIUCH TBI
Union." What havrthe Gerauae and
Irish and natives of. Aibland County to
ssy about negroes t tog their equals, by
tbediotation of a pinch becked flunkey of
Massachusetts f ,. Are yoar sons and
daughters to mingle with tba sooty snd
thick skulled Af.ioaoT " Let tba idea of
October tell the story.
' But the Pnritin saya, tha "foot ef the
negro ia on the neck of our ancient re
vllets, and those who are not in our toils
must stand from nndail" Citiiens of
Ashlabd county, aad of Ohio, you are
now told tbat. the foot of the negro is on
yonr neck, and that instead of being free
men, you are to be the slaves of tba ne
negro and New England I'uritana t Are
you prepared for your new poaitionf Are
you willing to be taxed and ground to
the earth to aupport New Engliod mo
oopolies, New England Bondholder;
and tbea at her dictation, bow your necks
to neero rulef
If not, ris as One man, and assert yoar
independence by spurning not only the
negro amendment to tba State Constitu
tion, but also tba vile and faoile toola,
who at tha command of Massachusetts
srs bssa soough to place themselves on
a level with the African; and by eastine
your vote againet the pernicious doctrine
of aegro equality, forever put at rest that
infamous, repulaive and degrading the
Keep the admission aver before your
virion, that the War was made to put thr
"nioaos root UPON TOCE nick;" snd
first the Abolition leaders now declare
that be now actually baa bis foot there,
and that they intend it shall sver remain
Will tbt A'lland Tinee tell at why
an intelligent foreigner, who is educated
in the Continental languages, bat who
ear. not read the Eoglieh laagaage, ia aot
as competent te enjoy the elective rVaooh-
ire aa a negro who cannot read nor write
in any language t Aibley, tbt leader yf
its party ia Ohio, has iatrodoaad a Con
atitutional Amtadment ta tbat effect.
, . , VBVEYOB.
As will be teaa by tba prooaedlata of
the Central Committee, Mr HiatT'Pi
It, of Miltoa townabip, bas besa aota
ieated fr Couoty Sarvryor Mr Pifsa
ia a yoana; aaa of laf abilitiea, irrvproaeh-
able character, a Democrat In wom there
is no guile, sad , if every respect, com
petent to discharge (be duties of the of
fice to which he wilt be triumpVaatly
SborieUo BallevcdU ,
! Preeideot Jobrtow he Issued aa aider
removing Oea.! Sberidaa, the tyraat
I rota tba command at New Orleeae, lad
sppaiatiag Qeaaral Taamai to take his
plaoa.- Skeridad Ii sasigaed it) Ai Pa
pa rim is i al tba Kissosri, aa4 Oeaeral
Baaaoak to tbt Depart ma at of tba Cam-
barlaad.; Qaaeral Craai, as Soeiwtary af
War, lea haea direaaad k7ib?)aaides4
to aaaree lib araVt ead be laf deaeaa.
WCUXa lUEJafOTED.: j
The President W relieved Qcmral
Siokba of the command of tie Peoond
Military Despotism of the South, and a)
poiatcd Oea. Canby ia bb stead. . ..
Justice Eection in Perry Torm'sMp.
Tba Democracy of Parry Towothip
have nominated Solosaoa FJobenahil aa
their candidate for Justice of the Peace,
tie is aa hoaeit, aprigbt men, aud ia av.
cry way qualified far the positioa for
whiob he bss been deeigaated. Tba elec
tion will be held oa Taeaday east, Sep
tember Id, and every Democrat ia the
township should be at the polls.
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m. Aaklejr mm CHTr. j
Republican papers seem ia a lamectv
ble state of ignorance aa to the ' recent
exposition of the Attorney General, of
l be plot of Aabley, Butler and Holt
against the President. Tbey have not
heard it. Their leaders are in ignorance
of it Io other places where it is no ne
ceessry to'radieal suceees to suppress ike
truth, their papers comment with ooniid
erabls freedom on Mr. Ashley's predica
ment. For instance ths Cincinnati Com
Ban ford Conover ia a great rascal He
is particularly defioiant ia lbs virtue of
veracity. That he will lie snd swear, to
it with (he grcateat lasility, and under
the moat positive eertaiaty ot beiog found
out, ia aa notorious as bis name Bat
what waa a gentlemaa of the "mental and
moral oultura" of the Hoc J. M. Ashley,
of Ohio doing, seeking an intimacy with
this Mouadrel f Aabley waa engaged ia
rakicg all tba gutters to tod teetimoey to
impeach the President, aa ii "high Crimea
and misdemeanors" were to be gathered
by the scavengers of social scandals. ' It
seems tbat he established what the spirit
aaliits call affiuital relations with the
scoundrel Honovar, and it is nit unlikely
that he believed himself capable of using
tnerasoai. A man of toe "mental and
moral culture" ol the Hon. James M
Aahley ihuuld not be trickey, but the
uoo. gentleman proloundly believes tbat
he is one ef the smanast men in the
world, and he understood tbat be bad a
mission to impeach the President Then
the Cincinnati CatWe has had two let
ters from Washington, e?identh inspired
bv tbc compelling genius of Ashley, tell
in about the mvslerinns nlationa r.l
Johnson sd Bomb Thev worked uo
rumors each ss are contained ia the re
ported Ashley plot as laid down to Coco
r. Upon tbc whole, Mr. A eh lev will
have a chance to vindicate himself. '
Why does not tbt Commercial ttste
this "dear Ashley'' is chief among the
Republican leaders of Ohio f . He is ths
political bed fellow of Hayes, Sherman,
et id omnegenue. ...
Aahley is strong for negro snffrsre:
urges the smendment to our Constitution
which strikes therefrom tbt odious word
The Political Situation.
Within the past six days wc have con
versed with aentleuten Irom all parte ot
the State, and in answer to our inquiries
the assurance is given that, io the great
political central, all is well. The good
work of redeeming Ohio from Negro 8uf
liege and Radical rule goes bravely oa.
Ju ever ovnu'y ana totinsnip there arc
good men and true, 0 the. Hepubl can
party, sick of the Negro, snd still mere
so, il possible, of ths high tsxalion, who
neve cast tbcir but vote lor toe party
whose great end Heme to be to "up with
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toe negro ana aown witn to n bite '
lueaigueot promise were ne.-er better.
The great woik ia being well done, and
if it continues aa it haa commenced, the
nirj.irity for Thurman and againet Nerro
Suffrage will be overwhelmingly Urge.
Ac General Jackaon, in the great con
test of 1814, said to a friend, "Put vonr
shoulder to the wheel pray to God tur
success and push oa tbs column."
. jmi 1
Way is It?
. Urrc art some fiots which tba public
ought to consider t
I. The public debt ia May. 1865. was
12,682 603.526. . Two years later it t
12 ,690,581,289 Two years .f Radical
peace have increased the public debt
Why ia it r
3. in Slav, 1805. American securities
in London were worth 031 1 end aow Tit
Tan years of Radical peace have leeese
d the credit of tht Gevtrnmtak Why
isitr , . , ,
8. Ia Mav, 1865, paid ia New York
waa worth 131 ; now 140. Two years ef
ftaiic4 peaaa laaa aasaislatsa thf mi
ranor. Why tsUf .'
We aaa tell yoa why: Witbia one
week alter the surrender of Lee. it wss
obvious to every body that the North had
woo every thing it bad professed-to luhl
forj and.tbat peace, harmooy aad pros
perity were all witbia oar reach. Just
about tbat time a lew of ear leaden of
the Republican party eonoeived the - idea
of keeping the 8oqtk oat ol the Union
antil its po'itioal power could be controll
ed for thf benefit of thieves ia eta.
All the wrangling, depression and ex
panse vkicn have resulted are dae to this
pu'poae elene., A few villaias aad tblevee
ta Coograai arm tba baeineea af Ibis
gnat nation antil tbey aaa aubjuvate in
telligeat white mm to tbt rale or barber
iaa blaoka, wko Will partMl tbea'ta steal
aerpatually. . w u,,',,;',;. :
, Ibsre is as other raena ra tba world
by asw debt kj act greatly reduced, oat
bardeas lecasasd, aar arrdit aabaased,
and eat aarraaey appreciated to aearly
the alaa af gold. We desire t thai oar
raadera shall keep It aeraatsatl Is mmd
tsaa as waa? reaaitaa rival vnetaf ajsaaa
toaataia pewev, aa ta tha hsjrsVatj we
tr aew reaai Iraea taaeJly wkakal
mbjou as leap aawir tiaa
C mM I
Tba Democratic State Ceatral Commit
tee have appointed a mass meeting at
LoudonvUla) Saturday, Sept. 14th, .
wbieb will b addressed bj
Hon! O. L VaILAITIGHAMI
jBtm. T. J MKJTJrrit
, Let tbt Peopls cf tba County ral
ly and hear the itsaes of the day discuss
ed by these aldoacat champions of De
JT, Wilkes floatk Kill Lire.
' 'A New Orlefna correspondent of the
New York Sunday faet, writing from
the formir plaoe) uedor the aignatnra of
"Jostlse," states that J. Wilkes Booth,
ths sasasaio of Lincoln, it still alive, and
that tba body palmed upon tba govern
meat, as lhat of tba conspirator, waa t
awiadle, to obtain the HQO.OOO reward
money. Justice" says : '
' "I bare no doubt the toils of Incrada
litv wilt play upon the countcnanoa of
manv an one whoS otherwise ia his own
conceit, is cosstrsioed to reject the voice
of truth whea proclaimed in language
whiob a shallow Intellect renders it lm
possible for him to "comprehend, who,
spins ths wisdom of a Solomon, denoun
ees evervthinr that seems to partake
p mystery, "a humbug," simply beoauce
bia mind is Incapable of grasping it.
thereby proving himself only an owl, aad
others of tbat numeroni class of living
autoaatona whose minds, thoughts, ideae,
sympathies and actions are swayed only
bv preiulice; whs were never known
to have so original idea io all their lives,
or give expression to aa opinion tbat was
not borrowed; who have not most in)
plicit faith in all the sayings and doings
or toe party in power, its sgenta ana rep
I have no doubt the faces of some per
sons will wear aa incredulous smile when
I boldly and fearlessly proolaim through
roar columns: Brother Americans, you
have been deceived I J. Wilkes .Booth is
still alive t ' ,
Tht delusion bat .Continued long
enough. It ta time ouf people were
awakened to a dae sense of their sim
plicit j snd susceptibility of being duped
by lbs shrewd at d canning parasitea of
rascality, who have been (and atill are.)
prowling about Washington,, growing fat
oo the spoils of war. and drinking to the
dregs the blood of the inoooent viotims,
whose lives tbey have recklessly bantered
ror "fiittiy inert, ana tbat it might re
douod to their credit and sell aggrandise
. It ia time tbey were made fully aware
of tha foul and most damning schsmas
that have been ooncootedby thssc "wolves
in sbeep s clothing" to deiraud aa over
generous public. It oald bs folly to re
call is detail the tragic eventa of the
night of April 14, 1865. Tbev are too
indelibly stamped apoa the memory of
American ciuieoa. Suffice it to say tbc
President waa aaaassinated, and J. ilkea
Booth denounced by commoa consent as
That he made hit escape from Wash
iogtca, noes will deny ) that it wss bis
lifeless body tba was hrouKht bsek to
Washington, and at mysteriously dis
posed ol many bars doubled, and but
few individuate U!Jeve, who saw ths
strange conduct of Ihe'ofEoors ia charge;
(bat it waa not Booth's .body,' bat the
mangled corpse of a, parent resembling
Booth, who had been, brutally murdered
and substituted ia Booth's atead, can now
be proven bryond" dupnte) that Gen. L
C. Baker knew it was not Booth's body,
eao be shown thai h claimed tha re
Ward offered for. Booth's capture, and tbat
one hundred thousand doliara were paid
out nf tba United 8tates Treasury, are
well known facte, v
But it may be asked, "How do yoa
know these things f from what source
ha your inlormatioa been derived f
Ta all such questions t would reply ia
this wise, aad tofore' doing so have
weighed my words well, and know full
well tha support ef 'What I say : "I
know tbem troaa, diligent inquiry, and
having ken, my tyes (Sbco j aad my la.
formation bee Men- derived from a thor
oughly unprejudiced aad perfectly , relia
ble soorce.". - 4 .-.- . .
-Tncra, jaraUhtaaJiaea 4a -rwe trotted
Stales who have seta .J. Wilkes Booth
lines what purported ha bit mortal re
mains waa dragged dy those, iofarialed
blood bounds into Watbltfgtoa.
Ha wu tteogaitfetf through hie dis
guise on the 27th day of April. 1805, on
board of a vessel wbtojb serried him - far
beyond ths reach of ha eappoeed area
gers ; sgaia he waa see by a gentlvmen
in the month of September, k'i 86.1; and
there it a yoaat maa in this oitv ta dav.
who saw him ao longer (go than Aogut,
iodt, aaa coeverseorwkb him. jbe
asmes of tbeae iadividaals,- duly signed
to their respective affidavits, might posat
bly be obtained ttnea application to ex
Jadgw Advocate Holt,' -of the notorious
L.O. Baker, Chief National; Detective
Police, is it ia probable they . may have
lorgottaa to meeUoa to their friends or
ia public a matter of teah ' trivial ia
peri." tr aot, I would armoro to say
tbt toes nferred to weald ant ablest to a
rrpiiitioa af their semes to doaamsatt of
a similar attars. v
' Be it kaaws thai 1 da . hereby sharp
(tern. LaFayatta 0. Baker aad bit asso
ciate with bavin wilfullt had maiTotoas
h oaasplni toswiadJethe United States
Treaaary saw a aad 'kadred thoaaaad
dsUartv "Teaeeawee V aia selth thf
XT0T!C' u enhj given tbat the aader-
1 1 aMM aaa saaa aarr annotBtea aaa
aalilsd Adainistrator of tba estate ef Jeha
Warwaa, dee'd. 1 1 f., BTKFHJUi BDBD.
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AUKNT WAfU'EU. oeod roreiroulareena
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TTAVINO besa, soms era ainea, admit
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m . . .: . -i . ...
Bridge ITotlca. .
the vaderslgnad will sffer foasate, ike
bnildiag ef ths following Bridge and Btsae
work, to the lowest responsible biddsr, as
On Friday, Augast 2ftd, 18S7, at 1 e'eloek,
P. af. tee building of Bione Abutmenla for
a Bridge ea Bread Street, leading ta the Stoat
Quarr, in Ashland.
Alio, at the same time, a good Bridge at
the aame place, 28 feet long by 20 feet wide,
eidev ea Tared with pine lumber, and well
Alao, oa Batarday, tba 24 laet., at 1 o'clock
P. M., oa aaid da;, oa the premises of the
lulmary farm, the repairing ot the Crety
Houae Busk aa Maaoa work. Carpenter
and Blacksmith work, plans aad speoilca-
tlsaa piassnlaa en day ef sale.
JOHff VAN NEST, )
WM. COWAN. fComr'e.
HENRY WICKS. J
Ang. 14, 18d7.-2w8.
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Is what it purports to be,
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t ehsnaini Gray. Lliht? Bed or Fade
Hair to the Dark, Lustrious, Silken Tresses
whioh so adorn vonth or aae. It will poei
tively eradicate Humore aad Daudroff from
tha aoalp, and where there ia life glands,
will oauss a new growth ot Hair to put forth
on bald spots. Thi oaanda are teatirying to
FBICX i $1,00 FEB BOTTLI,
19 For Sale by FANCOAST )SON
Aahlaad, Ohio. ;
E L. Yoke's
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).- '. - AND ":
Good New 7 Oct, Pianos for $275 I !
I keep eoastaatlv aa hand and for aale at
the lowest Eastern priest, the followiag aa
periorsaakea ef iaatinaenlei
Cikicleering d Hon'i Pianos, of Boetou ;
EaUet, Daeie 4r Co.'l Pimnoe, eoelm;
Emerton'e Pianoe af BoHen; ' .,
Qeorge A. Print A Co't iUodeone mnd
. CUmmI Organ- . " " ? 7 '
B. Shoninger't Cabinet Organ.
Alas, a large stack of
FRENCH k GERMAN ACOOR-:
CONCERTINAS, ' FLUTES,
SHEET MUSIC, .
" '" INSTRUCTION BOO KB,
. 8TR1NG8, - -PIANO
COVERS, MUSIC FOLIOS,
ind aH kinds ef aueloel Berebaailiaa. .
Old Flaaoa taken la ezekaagc for arw
aaas. . .'
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; lata s Old Post Ofhee Baildiag,
. ASHLAND, OHIO ' ,
mM-lTi.',:-'i:',:-'-1 "t',-:l'- ' '
BARGAIN? 1NRF tV ESTATE.
AerteefLaadl tffared fbr sale, la
ruek sua Denary, Wisconsin, aaa a
Ie taotdelMe la Aahlaad. Aahlaad Oe..
Ohio, at a Baraaia., Tail "part ta- baad
aad heatae aa Udm, If reqnlied.. Vav rr
ther sartleolars, taanlre at the andereigaed,
etkteesaeeiaalUlM Bloak, t-tt gaary.
fA BastonaOBATBArate ,
A 1U ori(lMl color. ,
HUMOUS Of " '
eaaiass sa xaaa nau, sanwn, waaa.
A-t.tJ. : B. 4 UM." -A
' , Real ltite Agt.
April 10. JIOT-Clf
ran mmm mmnfmsm co.
Mm VMi- cot
IF 3NIINNATB. OMOO..
NET PROFIT8 JANUARY 1st, 1867,.,,.,.
THOMAS 8HERLOCK, Pres't,
W. B. CA88IU,Y Vice Prctidtat, : ;
THE ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY OF' CINCINNATI,
waa orgaoised Feb., 1866, aad its net profits Jan.- let, 18671 was greater than say
other Company ia America, for tha year keiag 140.611 85v - - " --.
Its Capital ia twioe as large ai any other Weatera Company, and is eomparlaoa ta
tht liabilities, larger than any Company ia America. : ' o n , ,.
Tba Stock and jsanagemeat are ia the hands of wealthy aad rtsrptlOoeiaeai
men, hence H looks for the patronage whioh it merits.
8. D. TEEPLE, General Agent. Northers Ohio.? . 5 V
' " - - m H. 8. SEE, Agent, Ashland, O. .
v ). -urt-K-v!.-, J I'.' ; ... . TANCE A DAILY, Mansfield, 0.
April 10, '67.1y4a m !! - i t A. J. THOMA8, Wooetejr.Q.; ;
,. r -,! : GEO H 8TBWART,LaadoaUw, 0.
Boots & Shoes.
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O. A. HUMES,
The popular BOOT A 8HOI maker, wishes to
miorm tne puouo, aoai ne - suu urein ana
k.ilds forth on the Corner of CHUKCH and
SANDUSKY Btneu, In Aahlaad, and that he la
prepared to msaafaatura alii kmde of Work to
order, In the beat ofatyle, andoa the moat
reasonable terms. Also,
NEATLY AND PR0MPTL7 DONE
Patronage solicited. . -
Ko.r7-ttl . .1' ' V ""
Q. M. MoCavlit.
H. D. Johis.
MAULEY St, JONES
AVE now on hands one of tha lar
gest and best Stocks of
-. ' ahd '
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Ever hrougbt te Ashland, aad which they
are selling at. ' t , , ,
NEW YORK PRICES !
Everything la the verj latest atyU. We will
keep constantly on hand a mil aasolment of
HATS, CAPS. GLOVES, lADIEr-'iGRNTS'
COLLARS NECKTIES, HOSE and HALF
HOSE, UNDEHCLOTHIKO, ., Ac, which
can be purcHascd at the very LOWEST
CASH figures.' ''
MoCAULEY ft JONES .
yaT Coat forget the plaee, alga of the
bi xxA.ncs '(..
Oppoeite PfrM National Bank, AMatd.
May 1, 18-47tf
RE-O PEN ING
z jSl a k 7 s
HAS reesnlry greatly ia pro-rod the Old
Folreoe aad has removed his lares
and oxlaaalTa etoek, where he is aow
prepared te ami hie eld eoetoanre. I
WhlM Ntaraiag thaaka for peat satroa
te I weald resaeetfallr eaaooaee seat I
am prepared better that, era Ie farnUb all
with . ' - -,
f ... ': . ' ,'!' jVi j t'l j
''' . ',..;,': ! . i ; . :j 1
large, Wttl-telttU ' j
: I r, . .j iv. u u. ,'. .... . j i
1 1 $1 .t,... oj.'i r.; ;;i:i'i;:..iim .I
..' .iAadsMIe stock of -IJ1,
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JC,.: ;.IH I..";' 1 ;.''.! u..ll -I :
i) ..... i". u-.i. ,;. Ii Ml,""
' ,J"'-i.(i.l si J" r I v m)t1."'j
Hata, Caps, 1 famhbfof Goods.
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6 '.ti iu '. ,!! V- '' i-j'Ji v. Ji
'r 'i'v.'o .'. .-..;'!.; J'sis ) .;.!! c-' ,
I wilt else sell Tries, cede. Iwsfadial
Ootteaoei. Baiiaeta, mj, by the t ard, eheap.
er Shaa aaa be pareaaeed eleewhere Is Uis
Ceaealtym teterea aad fall en:
W.!0. j.) (,v(.: Hoad af Orangs ft,
-is.rj.il ':!': i - v'jJ; i v.d
it..'. .: fv bajH
. . 8,140,511 15
-i J40.5W 10
- W. 8. RICRARDSOir.TSaa'y
. WiYRON, Csehlar.; j
8 a ooacenlralad aatraet ef the eholea
root, so oombined with other aabateaees
of atill greater eharative fewer aa te. afore)
ea offeeuiel antidote fereiseaaesSampariUa
Is rapntad te ears. ' Baoh a vaaaedy ta ears,
ly wanted by thosa wha sugar from. Sira
aoda complsinjts, elni that ess whish wiD aa
csmpllsh their ears must prove, aa thia haa
proved, of immense servioi . Ibis large
elass of cur effliettd ftillow-eiliieaa.' Haw
eempletely this eempenad will do It, haa
beta pravef.bf experiment ea saaay ef the
worat caaea to. la round la ths following com
plainte : b n . ',!.'. . .; j S si ;
Soroffula. Serofnlsas (welHaga Sad Bores,
8ka IHeaasea, Pimplea, faaialaa, Bletekee,
Eruptions, Si. Anthony's riJvBoaa oa lry
Ipoias, Tetter or Bait Kheua, SaaldjHead,
Blagwora, Ac. ' t'': ' '.: f' ,
'yphlllta or Taaenal IMsaase ie expelled
from the ayalea by the preJoaged ataa ad lata
Ssraparilla.andthe patieat. Is lef la. seav
parariTS health. '-..-' .J.
Feaate Diseases are ceased by Bevoffal
In the blood, aad are. often aoea caaea by
tbii Estraot ef Baraaparllla. . - . r
Do netrejeot thia Invaluable aadldae, be
laueeyou have besa lmpeeed.npoa.bs; aaae
thing preteniilag te be Saraapaiille, while H
was aot. What yon have used Ayer'e Dsa
snd not till that, will vonknow the virtues
of Barsaparilla. Fere)!1 paHlealara af
ths diseases it cures, we refer yen to Avar's
Ameiicaa Almanac, which the agent betew'
aamed will furaiah gratia to all who sail for).
Ajar'e Cathartie Pills, for the sere ef Cos
Uveasaai Jauadlce, Pjepepne, Udigestloa,.
Uraea.ery. foul Blofnwb, iieedanho, film,
Ahewnausm, Heart bur a aviaiog trea IHaor
dered Stoaaach. Faia or Morbid least lea af
the Bowels. Flatulency, Loss or App"fte,.
Llrar Complaint, Dropsy, Voma, Oaat, Na.
ralgta, aad as a Dlaaer Mil, are adequailad.
They are auger coaled, so that the west'
senaltiTS oan uke them with pleaeore, aad
they ar ths best Aperient la the werialsar ell
tbo parpoese of a family physic.
A CARD TBOM THB
AMERICAN WATCH COMPANY,
T'iS Company beg leave te la form tbc
public ibat they commenced op seafrcao If
I8SU, and their faeierjr w eeVerafoer
seres ef grswsd, and has com aevw-tbaa. a
miUioa dollara.aad aaspUjs oer ZOO apa
tl el. -Ther- produce T6,0; Wseehee a
year. andmaki and sail oot lvaethaa eaa
half of all the watches sold in, lAe Valtadi
The diGTorenoe between their Baaafaalnra
aad the European, ia briny thia. 1 fivaypoaa,
Walshes ars maoa almo-l eaurely ay Bead,.
1 and tha result ie of aeceaaity a look of thsvi
uniformity, which Is maiipeasible teeor
reot ime-keepiag. Both the eye aad haadi
of tha most skill rul hand anst vary. Bni la.
a fact lhat, ezeopl watchai ef lis either
gradss, Enrspeaas wttehas are tbep ednel
of the eheapesl labor of Bwltserlaad, aad
the reaolt is the worthless A sere. Lopiaea
aad seeatled Fatant Lovers wad. h soon
eoel mora ia atteapted repalisv I haa their
orlgiaal price. Ceaaoa workaaaa, boye
women, buy Ihe rough separate parte af"
these wiehea from various fa et rise, selitab
aad put tbea together, aad rake thorn 10 tfee
aeereet wa'.eh merchant, who etaape- aad,
aagraaea thea with aay un ar brand aati
may be ordered.., . , . ..
Bute American Watcke are afaele.
Ths Aavarieaa Waitkaa Wak te aaadaby
ao such process and as inch inoompetaat
workmen. 'All the Company's operations,
from tha reception cf Ihe raw material la
the completion ef the Watch, are carried ea
Coder one roof, and under one skillful aad
competent dtree loa. Bat the treat diesis
guiahing feature cf their Watches, It tha
fact lhat their several parte arc all aa a by
tha Dpeat, ihe meet perfect and delicate aa
shinory eTbroghttotheaidef hueaaala
dustry. Every oao ef the more thaae hae
doad parte of oveiy watch ie aade by a aaa
,thiai that insrillbly ropredaeea orarj"
lueeediag pan with ths Boat savarjlng ee-.
euraey. If was eal aecsssary te atakt aaa
perfeot watch of any particular style aad
then adjust ths huadred maehlaa aeeeeaary
to reproduce every para ef that watch, aad
It follows that every encssadlag. waleb asat
be like It. "
TheComnaar respectfully eabmU thatr
walehea ea their aeril ealy Ybey delate.
- J Biter ArM or 6n 1 .
by taeir uaprevaa aoeaanicai wrasa
than eaa be aade wader the ekt raahh
hvaoioraftsyataa. Tbev eaaaaaetarswateb
es ofsvevy grade,' rrem a good, bar priced,
and aeaetaatlal erttele.la eolid ailvat sea
Ing easee, to the dneet cbreaeastst; aad
aUoladiea' watahae ia plain geld ar the
laeet aaaatted aad Jeweled eaeee 1 Sat tba,
.adlapeaeeblereqnisateef all their wsrteaoa
Is tbat tbev shall be M)OD TIM IKIaVUt.
It eheald be remembered that, eaaass abate
singte lowoal grade aasasd "Haaaa Waaob.
h apaay, Boaaoa," ALL VASGsUtaaads
by team - --- -.-
.:"J;iCrs FWv Warranted - ' 'l
by a apeeiai -earUleate, aad thia werraatea
is good at all tiaaaa against the Oeaasaw as
Masgsalaa u! r.. '.' ; i.i i;o-i-j
BOBBIHS t Am-ETOH, 1 'i'
1W Broadway, Hen Toe;
Vt" sties Is keveb givea Uat a petltioa wfll
iw.be preeeated le the CouWrioaen ad
held aa the First Me iday af Copieabaa, A.
ai,imiHuw wxi aoaaaaa.ia
1867. Fraylac far the alllerattea ef a
pari ef Ibc Blata Raadjoadiag aeaalllhas
barg ta Hayosville lasaidewely.atatllewSi
Oaaacaeiag at a eertala poind aeat the voS-
lereC ike eik woit . e,uaref at pieties ta
(iu) raagc Bnaes (joi lawnaaip rweaw fan)
aear Ikt.eaa line er aaid geerter, thoaoe
Mtthtereatk'tha beJaaee ef eats; sW' r
at tha seetlea, raage aad tawashlp a for- I,
chill tt rsaahaa Oa alaarii bad ea ths
mHym VaaMaftsJaS sTa?aV i
ton:.-- - '
MAtfT riTnro":K i
August 7th? W, w-7.