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A SHL AND , , OHIO , WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9 1867.
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J COICi ME, OFFICERS.
M.USBORN, Common Plena Judge.
0 ltUSHNLL Probate Judge.
T DRAYTON, Cl'k Com. Pi's & Dist.Cr'ls
CURTIS, Proseouting Attorney.
It 4 CAMPBELL, Auditor .
WHLIAM Q HELTMAM, Treasurer.
L it KIPLMGKR, Sheriff.
Of tROE W. CRIB, Recorder. -
JjfJgN KEENE, Surveyor,
Id REAL MA RKEL, Coroner,
WHj. COWAN, )
JjtHIN VAN NE8I, J Commissioners.
HENRY WICKS. J ..
W. 1. GALLOWAY,
WNf . CR1IO. Vlnfir'y Dlreolori
( n SCHOOL, EXAJUIJTERS.
KM ZUVEll. Asbland.
K. M.CAMPBKLL "
KLIIS f R:UNFELTER, Barannah.
' J. 0. Jennings, Cash. B. Luther, FreBl
FIRST JTATlOJr.lL BJIJVK
, l : OF ASHLAND, OHIO.
Ilulbert Luther, I t. II. Topping
JtoobCuU, . 1 ' J.O. Jenninga
Jamef Purdv't , -1 . . -
Da exslailTely a baakitig buainaea buy and
aall Eastern Exohango aud Coin; Discount
. KD.IndiTidual aecuriiy. Sell IUrenqe
atanpa. ' ' ' : ' '
A. H. Mtrrb. Caeh'r.
T. C. Bohhell,
T. II. Bakkr,
W. S. Batti.ks,
i J. P. Cow-, Pres't.
" J. W. Smith,
i D I VtO D1TTICO Pi Pfl DkMVCDC
DArt.n, DA I I Ltd Ob bUi unniung,
Dealera la Cold,. Silver, Exohange (J. B
Bond). Uncurrent money, lterenue Slanip."
" in. Discount annroTed paper, pay interesl
tia time deposils, and do a Uenerul Bunking
North side Main street, Ashland,
Miller, Proprietor. Good
nd reasonable bills.
; MoNULTY HOUSE,
Wm. MoNulty, Proprietor, South eido Slain
' atreet, Ashland, Ohio.
v ' : B. M. CAMPBELL,
Attorney at law, Athland, 0., will attend
promptly to all legal business entrusted lo
his eare. Bankrupt cases in U, 8. Court will
,. receive special attention.
JOHN J. JACOBS,
Attorney alaLaw. Aahlund, Ohio. All kinds
of business belonging lo the profession
promptly attended to. Office, opposite first
Rations. Bank, up atalrs.
T. Y. MoCUAV.
Attorney at Law, West Salem, Wayirb couu
' y, Ohio, will attend promptly to all business
in bis profession.
' I' JOHN D. JONES,
Attorney at Law, ABhland. Purlicular at
tentlon paid lo Collecting, and busiooss in
Probate ourt. Office on Churoh s ieet, be
'tween Main and Sandusky.
. WM. T. JOHNSTON,
t lttoraey at Liw,. Ashland. Office the one
lately ocoupied by Osborn & (lurtis, en
Churuh street, near Main, Also authorised
by tke Gorernment to prooure Pension er
donates and collect Baunly and. back pay.
r" 1 McCOMBS k CUKTIS
AUeraaya and Counsellors at Law, Ashland.
Ohiau.Uffioe in Bank building, over Beer's
i II. S. SEE,
Attorney at Law, Fire and Lire Insurance
, ' - Agent, and Notary Pnblio. Particular atlen
lion paid to oollecting.Probatebusinei's. par
tition caves ana execution or deeds, monta
ges and Contraots. Offioe in Miller's Block,
second story, Main street, Ashland, Ohio.
., :, PHT8IOXAW0,
T. S. Hunter, II
CLARK & flUM'EU,
Hav associated themselves for the P'soliue
of Medbnne and Surgery in tha Village of
Asniand. epeciai attention given lo lae
treatatent of Chronic caaea. Ofljae oa Church
GEORGE W, HILL, M D.,
1 Phyeiaian.anil Burgeon, , Ashland, ' Ohio.
Pardoular attention will be paid to tha treat'
mentot'the folltwW special diseases: Dya.
papsla, disease of the Uver, the Kidneys,
alcromla ana Upitneu utnoera.
J. P. COWAN, M. P. W. 8. BATTLES, M. D.
PBS, COWAN & BATPLEa
Having formed a Co-partnership, will give
' prompt attention to all eaeea in the praotjoe
' of: lledioina and Surgery.
Ashland. July 8, 1807-2tf
'' kXJaBO:Uisieoijais, ,
BALSTON A VANTILBURG,
Jewellers and Silversmiths, 'tLree doors weat
el Miller Qonae,' Asbland. i Gold and Silver
Peas and a ahoioa yarieir of Jewelry kept
aoastently en hand. Higliast prion paid lor
old gold and silver. Repairing done to order
1 and oa reasonable terms. .,
', '' Admlnlktrator' Noto?,
NOTICE ia bereby gWan that tha an
deraignOd ta, po the IM day of Jul
1. 18A7. dulT appointed AdmtDistrato
of tha Kitata of John Moreland, deo1
A Besntifnl Incident.
VVilliaui IV. expired about midnight,
if we remotuber right, at YViDdsor Pal
ace. Tho Archbishop of Caatcrbury,
with other peers and high funotionaries
of the kingdom, were in attendance. -As
soon as the "soepter had "departed"
with the last breath ot the king,' the Arch
bishop quitted Windsor CuaUe abd made
his way, with all possible speed to Ken
aiogtol Palace, the residence kt the time
of ibe Prinoce already by the law of
mooesoion Queen Violoria. Lie arrived
Log before daylight, announced himself
and requested an immediate'; interview
With the i'rinoes. She hastily attired
herself, and met the venerable prelate io
her tute room- He inlorined her of the
death of William, aud lortnully announced
to her that she wu.t, ia luw and right,
successor to the deceased monarch
"The sovereignly of the most powerful
nation lay at the feet of a girl of cigh
teen." She was, tie jure, qucctr of the
only realm, in fact or history , 'oft which
the sun Diver set." She was deeply ag
itated at "the formidable words, so lruuht
with blessing or calutuity," The first
words she was able to utter were these,
1 ask your prayers in my behull."
They kneeled together, aud Victoria
inaugurated her reign, like the young
king uf Israel in uldeu lime, by usking
from the Highest who ruleth iu the king
dom of men, "an understanding heart to
judge so great a people, who could not
be numbered nor counted lor multitude.
Tbesequelof her rcien hasbeeu worthy
of such a beginning. Every throne in
Europe has tottered since lust day.
Most of th m have been lor a time over
turned. Thst of England wai nover su
fiimly seated iu the loyalty und lovo of
the rcoLle as at this hour. Queen Vio
toria enjoys personal influeuve, loo,
the bounlelt Lornsge paid her as a (Jurist
inn woman incomtiirablr wid.r and
greater thun that ol toy Mouurch now
r - .. V "".
1.U rl iiisier.
Early lisiug is a bubit so easilv acquir
ed, m advantageous for health, so neues
ess'.ry lor business, so prudent in Its ae
cuuii!isl.niciite, 111 nl it sUuulu not be (lis
peiised with by any person. It develops
the mind, ruiscs ihe druoping spirits,
cheers ibe soul, makes glud the heart,
and "gives a uicliuw tone to one's humor '
Rising early in the morning is, lo u
youn mun, one ot llie most uuiigTiilul
hcallhlul and devotional habits, which he
cau ucquire. Dclightlu!, because of its
pleasures in hearing the birds warble
their musical songs, and to walk out and
see the tun riso in its radiant splendor;
neaitblul, ucciuso it shakes eff that
droweiuess which is natural to one before
rising, unflits a buoyant and elastio mo
live, und gives a thrill and hcuiihlul ten
or to one's voice ; and devotional, te
cuse it czciics religious emotions and'
leada him to reflect and ponder upon the
goodness of God.
JN.'ue cuti do iiislice to himself and
spend over hull his prceious hours in
sleep. Seven hours out of twenty-,four
is sumuiont time for rccremioii in sleen.
By couiplying with Nature's luws in
this ouie by living ragul.tr and temper'
ate in this needed indulgence, a fraction
over two tliids of the time is lelt (or reo-
reation, study, meditation and thought.
J o lie iu bed uulil the tarth is in a
bustle, and the sun peeps through the
wiudows and fairly dazilcs jour eyes, is
an inlen.perance ot a most p ruictous
kind. It injuria the health, unstrings
tho nerves, suddens the Soul, and is too
often the cause of a stupid mind ane a
On the othor hand, how pleiunt it is
o rise curly in 'the morning and witness
the beautilul scenes which Nuture affords
the dawning of tho day, Ihe folding
and parting of tbo clouds, the gradu
al disappearance of Naturo's gljomy man
tle of night, the sun throwini; firth his
8ireamingli).ht with increasing brilliancy!
Uow beautilul aud rich is the dew which
covers every spire of grass, which spar
kles in orystal beauty I
All put togotber irom a vast pyramid
uf grand scenes, enjoyed by only the
thoughtful early riser. To the sluggard,
they aro as a sealed book, Printer.
Buss Under a Sdawl The Mad
ison (Ind 1 Courier says that a danpe in
that city the other night, two youths be
came "struck" with the same girl. , She,
not wishing to show a spcoial laror to
either, declined danoinc, and seated her
self in the back part of the room. Being
chilly, the fair maiden wore a large shawl
One of ber admirers concluded to alio
his hand under the shawl, and try what
efleot eqneeung ber band would have
VVitb nervous trepidation be made tbo
attack, and auooeeded. lie was blissful.
He squeeted and she squeesrd He folt
glorious, too. After quite a joyful time
spent in this way, the lady throw back
her shawl, and revealed to a littlo orowd
standing near, the two youths squeexing
one another'! bands niosl lovingly. It
don't do to lay "sqnoeie" to either of
J&vBasa Ball is raging; fearfully
throughout the Oil region, snaring neith
er age nor oondittnn. We eat base ball,
talk it, and act. The ntber night-on or
tha deacons nf a churoh in Franklin,
winding up a petition to ibe throne of
Grace, said : "Oh Lord, ai wo (tart for a
bom ran to glory, don't let us by the
devi ba gaoghl out on a fly I"
, TRICKS OFAJUGLEB.
The far-famed Bobert He)lor,'wbo is
now delighting orowds by his weird per
formaqees, cannot be satisfied with his
legitimate triumphs before an audience,
but occasionally does a neut thing for his
own amusement, very much to tho eur-
tfrise of those present. On Saturday
last, while passing an itinerant vender of
olieip previsions, Mr. lleller suddenly
paused and inquired :
' "How do you sell eggf, auntie ?"
."Dcm eggs," was the response ; "day
am a picayune apice Ireab, too, do last
one of 'em ; Lileil 'em myself, and know
dey s tust rate"
"Well, I'll try 'cm," said the magician,
as be laid down a bit of fractional cur
rency. "Have you any pepper and salt f"
"Yes, sir, dero doy is," said the sable
saleswoman, watoning her customer with
Leisurely drawing out a neat little pen
knife, Mr. Heller proceeded very quietly
to cut tho egg exactly in bait, when sud
deuly a bright new twouiy five cunt
piece as discovered lying imbedded in
the yolk, apparently as bright as when it
came from tho mint. V ery coolly the
threat uuiiioian transferred the coin to
his vest pocket, aud taking up auuiher
egg, inquired :
"And how much do you ask ijr this
"Be Lord brets my soul I Dat egg f
De fact am, boss, dis egg is worth a diuio,
"All right," was the response;," here's
the dime Now give me thi egg "
Separating it with as exact precision
that the colored lady watched eagerly, a
quarter eagle was most aarofully picked
out' of (he centre of the egg, aud placed
in tho vrst pocket of the operator, us be
fore. Tho old woman was thunder
struck, ss woll as she might have been,
und her oustonicr had to ask hr-r price
for ihe third egg two or three times be
fore he could obtain a reply.
"UnT s no use talkin , mars r. earn the
ewildercd old darkey, "I can't let you
oal ero egg, nohow, tor less dan a
tcr. I declare lo do Lord I can t.
'cry good," said Lleller, whose im
perturable features were as toli'mu 'a at
undertaker, "there u your quarter and
here is (he egg. All right.1'
As ho opened the last egg, a brace of
five dollar gold pieces were discovered
snugly dupositcd in the very heart of the
yolk, und jingling them merrily together
in Ins little palm, tho savant ooolly re
marked ; . ..
"Very good eggs, 'ndecd. I rather
liko tbcm : and while I am about it, I be
lieve I will buy a dozen. What is the
"I say price I" screamed the amazed
daughter of Ham. "You couldn't buy
deiu eggs, mars'r, for all de money you'sv
got. Ho l dat you couldn't. 1 se gwme
to to tako deui eggs all borne, I is ; and
dit money in deui eggs all longs to me.
11 docs dat. Couldn t sell do more oh
deui a 'ps, nohow."
Admit tbo roar of the speotator, the
benihtcd African started to her domicil
to "smash dcm eggs, but with what suo
cess we aro unable to relate.
Short KiiIcb hi Rural Economy.
Puii.t all fools exposed to the weather.
and if with a light coljrcd paint, they
will not beat, warp and crack the least
in the sun.
Dip well reasoned shingles in lime
wash, and dry them before laying, and
they will last much longer sud not be
come oovcred with moss,
In hitching a horso to a oommon rail
or worm fenoe, nlwoys select the inside
oorner, wluqli will be more secure nr us
bracing posiiioii and the huHcr will not
become entangled among the projecting
ends of the rails, as when hitched to an
Always tio a halter by makins first
single loop and then thrusting the end
of the baiter through this loop. This is
quickly untied and will never come uo
tied uf ftsolf.
Dip Ihe ends of the nails into crease
and they will drive easily into any hard
wood, whero otherwise rney would double
In screwing nuts into any part of in a
ohincry, in eold weather, bn careful not
to heat tli 9m first by the bands, or they
will contract alter being s rowed oo
tight, and beoome immovable afterwards.
In ploughing or teaming on the road
in hot weather, always rest tho horses on
an eminence; and where one minute will
be worth two in a warm valley.
In setting out young orchards, alwsya
register the varieties immediately afar
in a book, whore I hey may be relerred to
in a few years when the trees oommenoe
bearing and after the labels are lost and
the names forgotten.
y If our readora do not think it ro
qiiiroi nerve to odit a newspaper, let him
lead this, the experience of "one of the
"Ono evening, it was moonlight in the
satme lime we sat alone oo ihe porch
at the cottage door, holding that little
white hand in a gentle pressure : one arm
had a'olen around her waist, and a silent
song of Joy, 'like tho mosio of the night,':
was on our ronl. Our lipt met In a sweet
deliioous kiss and in bending softly to her
ear, we whispered a talo of passionate de
votion we proposed. In a moment she
tore her hand from ours, and with a look
of ineffable scorn said", 'what, matry an
editor f-You ait out I' We alii"
Details of tbfi Boston Shooting
j .- ' ' i
Last evening, an affair occurred in
house of ill fame, which was rather sin
gular in its. circumstances and nearly
tragic in its results A young man of
means about thirty years of age, named
Frederick A. Babeook,' from Cincinnati,
came to this city abouL three weeks ago,
and fell in with Florewee A. Wake, oth
erwiae Florence &jtC(tgp, and became
so complctolv rrtsAarw jaJth her he left
tho hotel andtoik up uiaodSeuliftlH
witn ber. During tbeir short term ot in
timacy, Babcock bad repeatedly urged
the girj to break off her shameful life
and marry him, promising to take ber
with him to Cincinnati, where the would
find all the comforts and luxuries which
wealth could confer:, besides living with
him in a - life of outward blamclessncss
and purity. , The girl, however, wus deaf
to uis entreaties, and used every endeav
or to dissuade the inf'atuiitod man from
so foolish a course. - She told him 111 at
not only hor position in life, whoo found
oat, would bring lasting disgrace upon
himself and family, should he marry her,
bat having a husband already living it
would be impossible for her to comply.
Notwithstanding all this tho young man
persisted as niuoh as ever, and flually
tbrcatcd her with death if she did not
comply with bis wishes.
Babcock, at last worked up to a pitoh
of frenzy, procured a pistol and meeting
the girl elono in the drawing room of the
house lust evening told her, once for uM,
that she must either consent to marry
him or die. Florence even then did not
think Babcock meant to kill ber, and re
fused as she had, done the former solici
tations. Babcock thereupon fired. The
girldoi'gei iq lime to avoid the. ball
whioh lodged in one of Ihe walls of the
room. -'Babcock fired again,' but this
lime l Ii o girl dodged behind a sofa and
the ball passed into the furniture. Un
successful again; the young man sprang
toward tbe girl, or between her and the
door, to prevent her geltiog out of the
room, and prepared to sboot a third time
There being a pair of folding doors in
the arartmcnt separating it from the ad
joining room, the Blake girl ran for them
and succeeded, most providentially, for a
inira lime in escaping Irom ber mluria
ted lover. .
He presented the -pistol, which bad
one ol'argo left, to his own temple and
fired, the ball passing into the right side
of his ace near the check bone, and
lodging near the same spot on the left
sido The wound was too low to injure
either the brain or couse the loss of sight.
Not content with this, Babcock took a
penknife from his pocket and stabbed
himself a number of times in the region
of the heart, and once the blade pene
trated a short way into one of his lungs
A physician was summoned immediately
after tbe occurrence, who examined the
wuonded man and pronounced bis inju
ries of a very dangerous if not fatal char
acter. Button I'vtt 30m.
Conscience (Saved the Coon.
A. faithful circuit preacher "out wes,"
had a passion for bunting. Une fine
Saturday another son cf Nimrod, one
Jack Waters ooaied -htm out on a coon
Spite of the Sue night, however, and
tho skill of the two hunters, luck waa
againet tkem. At last the parson des
cried a fine coon in a tree. Jieing
sprightly parson, he climbs np after ibe
animal, following it to quite a height.
Getting a good chance, he leveled bis
"Why don't you firo 1" hoarsely wbis
pcrcd Jack, after waiting several min
utes, during which the parson remained
suddenly transfixed, neglecting to pull
I say, Mr. Waters," he replied, "what
time is it f Remember this is Saturday
"No it isn't," says Jack, looking at his
wntch. It's Sunday morning. Just five
minutes past twelve. Now, fire quick
you won t cave such a chanco again.
"No, no," replies tho minister, "it
won't do, Mr. Waters. ..Too lata now;
we must come anolber time.
"But just c:ve tho coon a crack," urged
"Can't do it," said the minister, "Re
collect what the eommandmont ssys :
Remember the Sabbath day to keep it
noiy -"eoun or no coon.
Mr. Hunt, . in bis volume on the
!' Fourth Eslate," thns aketeheathe pecu
liar duties of a journalist :
The man who once becomes a journalist
mu-it almost bid farewell to mental rest or
mntul leisure. If he fulfills his duties
truthfully, his attention must be ever
awake to what is passing in the world.
and his whole mind must be devotod to
the instant examination, and discussion.
and record, of current events. - He has
little lime for literary idleness, with suoh
literary libor on bis shoulders. He has
no days to spend on catalogues, or io
dreamy discursive researches in public
libraries. He has no months to devote
to the exhaustion of any one theme -r
What ho hat to deal with most be taken
up at a moment's noltoe, be examined,
tested and dismissed at onoe ; and thus
bis mind is ever kept ncoubied with the
mental necessity or Ihe world's passing
hour, -v .f
:for his Y
& Eyb and Sab. Dr. Harter,
l( Oculist and Aurist
great success in curing Blindness aud
Deafness, and tbe various defects of the
Eye and Ear, will visit Ashland Mo
Nulty House Saturday, Sunday and
Monday, (lot. 19th, 20th and 21st.
Dr. Harter is a resident of Troy, Mi
ami county, Ohio, aud has been for many
years, where he made permanent eures of
diseased eyea aud ears. He is id bis of
fioe tbe first Week of every month. Dr.
Harter has a reputation of tbe highest
standing, as a scientific physician and a
skilllul eye and ear surgeou. His refer
enocs are from well known and eminent
men. His certificates of cures are gen
uine from 'persons of ;eaey references,
witb lost Umce and address given so
that any one may bear Irom them. i)t
Harter cures Blindness, Cross Eyes, Can
cers, Club foot, Deal'uess, Discharges,
Ulcers in tbe Eyes, Enlarged tonsil,
Flims on the eye, Fistula in Ano, Gran
ular lids, Haie Lip, Piles, Roaring in
the Head, Scrofulous Eyes, Speoks oo
the Sight, Tumors, Wens, &o.
Dr. Harter iuserts artificial eyes, that
havo the appearance and movement ol
the natural eye.
Luetnde Kelly 1 In Ashland County Court
Joseph 0. Kellv. I of Common Pleas.
The defendant, Joseph 0. Felly, whose res
Menee is unknown, is notified that Luciuda
Kelly did , em (he 9th slay ef August A
D. 1867, fie her petition in Ihe offioe of Ihe
Clark of the Court of Common Pleas within
and for the County of Ashland and Blate of
Ohio, ouarging lue said Joseph 0. Kelly wilh
wilful absence for more than threo years last
past, and asking that -he maybe divorced
from'ths said Joseph 0. Kelly, which petition
will stand for hearing at the next term of said
By WM. B. Esl'arty, ber Att'y
3T Call at No. 1, Town Hall, before
purehesing elso where.
' Sept. 25tb,1 867. -
Mar' Tbe following cases (witb names
and kPost office address given) of cures
performed by Dr. Harter, are living wit
nesses of bis skill positive and indispu
table evidence of bis great success iq ma
king cares :
Isaao Dukenmineer, age 60, cured of
blindness in both eyes four years since.
Mrs Cornelia Bennett, 77 years old
Blind 7 yrs. cured 5 years ao. Jersey
City, New Jersey.
Alias Jenkins, scrofulous sore eves.
very painful, could bear no- light. Hv-
William Long, ago 57; sight failing lli
yrs; blind three years; cured; sees well.
New Castle, Oho.
Ira h Morris, partial deifness and ul
cer in ears. Marshal ol Trny, Ohio.
Miss Katie Werir, age 14 yrs. Blind
from birth ; cured 4 yrs sgo. Lena, 0.
Henry T btctnford, age 49 yrs ; deaf
13 yrs; cured perfectly. Vernon, Ind.
C LeFevre, age 80 yrs; weak eves 50
years ; blind 3 years , can read fine print.
M Gortum, age 60 yrs, blind 3 years;
cuted 12 yrs ago. Troy, Ohio.
Mrs Geo Harter, blind 7 yrs ; cared 6
yesrs agn; Sclma, Ind;
Mrs Freibergor, 80 years old; blind 3
rrs; cured 10 yrs ago; Dayton, Ohio;
Alvin Thompson, crou eyes ; straight;
Mrs Deborah Duncan, blind 5 years ;
cured 8 yrs, can read fine print; Fleteh
Miss Gensinge-, ago 12 yrs, cross-eyes,
cured 5 yrs; Troy, Ohio;
Zack Emerick'a child, 10 months old,
club-foot: Troy, Ohio:
John Fine's child. 2 vn old. cured of
nair up; iroy, unio;
Airs i lery, sore eyes and granulated
lids: Milton, Unto;
Miss C Beedle,Troy, Ohio, polypus in
the nose ; cured 7 years ago;
Jacob ilruman, Troy, Ohio, scrofulous
sole eyes ; cured o yean;
llov Sir Drury, iroy, Ohio, scrofulous
m . I .
sore eyes and gianuladons: cured 7 yrs:
A (J lamer, sore eyes, opacity of tbe
cornea, granulated lids; ourcd; Troy, O
Jiudoiph jjeskells child, clubfoot,
cured; lippecanoe, Ulno.
Wife Viola M Shuler, cured of cross-
eyes; Lexington, Richland county, Ohio;
MiM M Compton, eared of cress-eves.
A tt Stump, cored of deafness and
roaring in the head; Shelby, Richland
V W Bell, cured of deafness and 'run
ning' at the cars, Hunt's Station, Knox
John K Nixon, born deaf, can now
bear a whisper; Fredericksburg, Wsyne
Airs Stony, 72 yrs old, blind 4 years;
can pow see to read ; Lexington, Rich
Miss Cynthia Rider, born blind, had
ight restorod; Meroer, 0;
Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chica
Cn and after April 29th, 18C7, trains will
leave Stationa daily (Sabbatas excepted), ae
follows. Trains leaving Chicago at If, M.,
TUAlfiS GOING WEbT.
Stations. Exp'sa Exp'sa Exp' Exp'sa
Pittsburgh, 0,45am 9,80am 2.16pm 2,00am
Rocheaier, 8,15am lU,40am a,3fpm S-.IOkm
Salem - lOJiJom 12,22na CL2dbv 4,u8am
Alliauoe 11,40am 1 IHdb 6.20nm 6.60am
Canton 12,81pm 1,20pm 7,06pm 6,28am
Massillon 12,66pm 2,lHpm 7,80nm 6.8am
Orrviile 1,88pm 2,68pm 8,08nm TJPaaa
Woooler 2,06pm 8,2fipm. 8,40pm' 7.41am
Mansfield 4,05pm 6,00pm 10.14nm' 9.20am
Crest 1 ar. 4,46pm 6,80pm 10.46pm 9,60am
line, de. 6,00am 6,10pm 11, Otipw 10,00am
Bnoyrua 6,86am 6,40pm 11.86pm 10.26am
Up Sand'ky 7,19am 7,22pm 12.25am 11,00am
Forest 7,68aa 7,56pm !2.6')ain 11 ,25am
Lima 9,16am 9,11pm 2,16am 12,80pm
Van Wer' 10.84am 10.20pm 2,80am 1,27pm
Ft. Wayne 12.20pm 11.46pm 6.20am 8.10pm
Columbia 1,10pm -12,80am 6,23pm 2.08pm
Warsaw 2.00pm 180am 7,11 nm .llnm
Plymomh 8,00pm 2,3"am 8,07pm 4,06pm
Valparaiso 4.80am 4, 16am B.8-pni 6,48nm
Ckioago 7 03pm 6,60am 11,20pm 9,20pm
TltAI.NS flOINO E AST-
Station ' Exp'sa Exp'ss Exp'ra Exp'sa
6 ,07pm : G.ffan
8,2 lam 2,82paa
Chicago 7,20a 10.20pm
Valparaiso 9,04am 12,60am
l'lyuiouth 10'35am 2,6!lam
Warsaw ll,3:'am 4,20am
Columbia 12,01pm 6,80am
Ft Wayne 1,26pm 11,46am
Van Wert 2,30pm 1,19pm
Lima 8,23pm 2.18pm
Forest 4,31'pm 8,6Gpm
UpSandky 6,03pm 4,81pm
Bucyrus 6,88pm 2.22, ra
oresi 1 ar, u,utpm iz.bUpm
line, file. 6.25pm 2.00pu
Mansfield 6 67i,m 240pm
Wooiier 8,40pm 8 48pm
Orrviile 9,07pm 9,20am
Massillon IMSpn. 10,00am
Canton . 10,04pm 10,20am
Alliance 11,0 pm-1 1,26am
Salem 11,32am 6,67pm
uoenMier J. 20am v,6Upm
i-uisDurg z,ouam v,oopm
F. R. MYERS,
. . - 1
4, 30pm B.42pm
U.40am 2.1 firm
10,45am 84 Onm
Gen. Ticket Ag't.
ECHE5CK'S SEA WESD I05IC.
This medicine, Invented by Dr. J. Jj.
Sche.icx, of Philadelphia, ia intended to
dissolve the foo d and make it into ehvina.
ihe first pioiesa of digestion. By cltanaing
the stomach with Schenok'a Mandrake fills,
the Tomo soon retorea the appetite, and
food that could not be eaten betore using it
win do ensny aigesiea.
Consumption cannot be cured bv Schenok'a
Pulmonic Syrup unless tbe stomach and liver
ia made htal hy and the appeliie restored
hence the Tonio and Pills are required in
nearly every or.se of consumption. A half
doien bolllrs of the 8EAWEEI) TONIC and
three or four boxes of the MANDBAKE
riLLo will cure any ordinary cas of dyspep-
Dr. Scninca makes tirofessional visits in
New York, Boston, and at bis principal Of.
See in Philadelphia every week. See daily
papers of each place or his pamphlet on
cousumption for his days lor visitation.
Please observe, when purchasing, that Ihe
twolikenosses of Ihe Dootor, one in tke last
stage of Consumption, and ihe other as be
new is, in perfect health, are on the Govern
8old by all Druggists and Dealers, price
M,60 per bottle, or $7,60 the half dcien
All ettera for advice should be a:drescd to
Dr. Scheack'e Principal Offi.e. Mo. 16 Korlk
Uth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
u enseal wholesale Agenla; Demas Barnes
ft Co.. N- Y-. 8. 8. Haoee. Baltimore, lid
John D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio ; Walker ft
layior, vnicago, 111., Collins llioj. St. Louis
Susan Rnyer and George 'l
Jonathan Buitard, Deft.
TONATUAN BUZZARD, LUCINDA
J Nell intermarried with Samuel Noll,
Rebecca Bu'khart intermarried with Geo.
Burkhart, Mary A. Heilner intermarried
with Poter floifner, all ot Ashland ooun
ty, Ohio, and Catharine Herman inter
married With Samuel ffarman ol P.,l(
county, Ohio, will lake notiee that a peti
. : 1 . j . 1
iiuu no mcu against mem on Ibe lota
day of September, A. D. 1867, in tha
Cuurt of Common Plraa niihin r,.
the Couoty of Ashland and State or Ohio,
by Susan Rnyer md George Roycr, and
is now pending, wherein the said Susan
Royer aod George Rnyer demand parti
tion of the following RmI V.i.i. ' .lin.i.
in said county of Ashland, to-wit: beiog
"win-won quarter 01 section nine
teen f 191. lownahin twontv-thr.. loo
of Range fifteen (15), excepting fie lota
invhevillagsofl'olkoffof tbe North
East eoroer oU aaid quarter heretuforo
conveyed lo Mertia. Wolf, William P.
Patten, Susan Royefind others, and at
thn neatl Inrni nf anil Kn. iV. ..: j
titloners will apply-fdr. an order thai par-.
wanwH J"" vv auatuo w aaiy ireiUli)eWt(
1 OUOAfl JWiEK,
' V GEOftGB ROYEhV
By Wri B. MoCarif. AttV torrPetU'
tiooera.. , -cz
otiee ia hereby given that the sub
scriber has been annointed anil nml.
ificd u Executor of the Estate of Jacob
Martin, dee'd. late of Monto-nnier Tn.
Aabland County, . 1
' ISA AO OATR9. t
L Sept. 85,. 1867. - 8wl4. - . . -i
FISH. A. Binkard desirs to inform
the citixeni or Ashlaad, that he Will, aa
usual, f apply them with fresh fish duripj
tn'e season. Look out fcr iitii wagon
bltdh' VnMna. ' .
NOTICB ia kareby lvn iWi peUlioa
naa haan ir,Ul in ih. enH-i..i
era of Ashland oountyVOklo. praying for the
.location of a ditch along the following de-
.vm nn, iii wi.i lueginning at tha
Soatk East auartwaRiMiU.liTt .' ,
ToDlhlD (20) Iwenlv. mil R... ,,a. j '
teen, owned by George Guihtie, and the
ouiiu n ooiner 01 ine ootilB half ef
th tEaat half of Ihe 8outh W.A .arrt(, of
Reae. Tnwnililn anil Dmii L. .
. , r piorraaia 1
Oietce.ruDning -geuUt.lhraogh. (be North
West quarter ef Section (20) lvety, T0wh
shin and Ranra alornl I anil k ui
ehaet Bogan, until tt (nterseete the said Ho-
(...Hufu, omrpia spring twbtek petlilo. ,
will he or hearing at ike Auditor's office li '
Ashlaad, en Friday. October 26ih, I87j T
. n.M. UAMniK .1.
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