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THE ASHLAND UNION
f J, M. LANUIS & BBO
" ' ' Offloe Opposite the Bank, TJp-Stairi
One oopy, dbi year in advance (2,00
If not paid with within Biz months, 2,26
If not paid till expiration of the year $2,(0
mmm Vm ... .111 h iliiMiilliiHVfl linlll
laU arrearages are paid, exoept at our optuu.
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THE UNION, IT MUST AND SIIA.LL BE PBE8RTED."
ASHLANDv OHIO. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16 -1867,
WM. OSBORN, Common Plea. Jalge,
T 0 BOSHNELL Probate Judge.
JS I DRAYTON, Cl'x Com. PI'. 4 Dist.Cr'll
I jl L CURTIS, Projecting Attorney.
, COVJTTT OFFICERS.
! ' U CAMPBELL, Auditor
WILLIAM 0 HELTMAN, Treasurer.
( I, H KIPLINQER, Sheriffs
t ' 6EOROB W. DRIB, K.oord.r. t,V
JOHN KEENE, Surveyor,"
I3REAL MARKEL, Coroner,
i ' WM. COWAN.
JOHN VAN NEST, V Commissioners.
; WO. GALLOWAY.
WM. CRilO. ('.- -MnHr'y Dlreolors.
R If ZUVER. ' Ashland.
R. M.CAMP8KLL "
KLIV8 f RAUNFELTER, BaTannah.
I. 0. Jennlnis, Cash. H. Luther, Prest.
FIRST JTJiTIOJrjIL BJtJTK
OP ASHLAND, OHIO.
Hulbert Luther, I tl. H. Topping.
. JaoobCiall, J. 0. Jenuings.
Jamas Purdj. .1
Do exclusively a banking business buy and
sell Eastern Exchange ana vain
; upon Individual security,
l.Sl.opS. .'. r ;
A. H. Mtkrs. Cosh'r.
T. C. HwllNKLL,
T. U. Bakkh,
W. 8. Uatti.ks,
'" ' J. P. Cow'aA, Pres't,
e11-' Isaau: Oaths. Teller,
iii !. Wi Bmitii,
I. H. Baumuahunr,
BAKEB. BATTLES & CO. BANKERS,
Deilem in Gold, Silver, Exchange U. S.
: Bonds, Unourrent money. Revenue Stamps,
' i 4o. Discount approved paper. py inltresi
k '. on time deposits, and do a Ge'ucral Uuuking
the Nathville Union and
Crowning Staame-H a li v 1 1 1 e
Uoeft imaer lueejiwots nnmu
low Sleses Hie Mayorg'a Office,
Drives Out Malt llrown, ana
InatalU aldenj I
Yesterday was the darkest Sn the Lis
tory of Nashville. For several days the
people had anxiously awaited the decis
ion of Chanoellor Harrison id regard to
the injunction whieb should have stayod
the hand of tyronny in its loll desoent
upon this community, and thai ablest jir
isis of Nashville had appealed fcr them )
but the sword of impeachment swuDg
threatingly above the head of the hesita
ting Chancellor, and he yielded to his
As soon as Harrison's refusal to grant
the injunction became known, A. E. Al
den, the so-called Mayor elect, waited up
on Mayor Brown in person, and, armed
with the following document!, demanded
the surrender of bis office :
Nashville, Tinn., Oct. 2, 18G7 "
Matt Brown, Esq., Nashville, Tenii :
Sir Having been duly elected and
rjualiGed Mayor of tlio city of Nashville,
and sworn into office as such, I have Ihe
honor to demand of you tho possession
of the offioo, books and papers pertaining
to the same, now in your custody,
I am, sir, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant, ,
A. E. ALDEN, Mayor.
Office Commissioner of Regis--)
iration for Davidson County
Nashville, Tenn., Oct, 1, 1867. )
I hereby certify that at an elcetion
held on the 28th day of Beptombcr, 1807,
at the places appointed by luw, in the
oily of Nashville, for the municipal offi
cers of said oily, the following named
person, vie: A. E. Alden, was duly elect
ed to the office of Mayor of said city, as
appetrs from the returns made to mcaud
certified in tho manner proscribed by
" MILLER HOUSE,
. North side Main street, Ashland, Ohio, M.
Miller, Proprietor. Good aeoommodalions
and reasonable bills.
' mcnulty House,
' Wm. McNulty, Proprietor, South side Main
Street, Ashland, Ohi.
' R. M. CAMPBELL,
Attorney at I aw, Ashland, O., will attend
promptly to all legnl business enlr isted to
his care. Bankrupt cases in V. S. Court will
receive special attention.
JOHN J. JACOBS,
Attorney at Law. Ashland, Ohio. All kindf
bl business belonging to Ihe prol'efeion
promptly attended to. Office, opposite Firsl
Rational Bank, up stairs.
T. Y. McCRAY.
''Attorney al Law, West Salem, Woyne oouu
ty, Ohio, will .Mend promptly to all business
n his profession. , ' -, .
JOHN D. JONES,
Attorney at Law, Ashland. Purticular at
tentiou psid 10 UOlieou.g, ana dubiim--.ii iu
Probate t'ourt. Office on Church sireet, be
tween Main and Sandusky.
C- - WM.;!1. JOHNSTON,
Attorney at Law, Ashland. Office the one
lately occupied; by Osborn & Curtis, on
Uhuruh street, near Main. Also auihoriced
by Ike Government to procure Pension Cer
iiucalfs am) collect Bounty and backpay.
,- McCpMBS & CURTIS,
Attarn.vs and CouawHor. al'Law, Ashland
.)hia Office In Bank, building, over Beer's
" . -, : - :'. U: 8. SEE,
:r ( Attorney at Law, Fire and Life Insurance
... n i : n ! i . ..ii
Agent, ana notary iruoiio. i winmoi nwu
tion paid to collecting, Probate busincn, par
tlilon and execution nf iistit. mortga
. ,. sea and Contracts. Office in Miller's Block,
''' ' second StOryi Main street, Ashland, Ohio.
P. H. Clark, M. D. ; T. S, UunUr, M D,
- CLARK & HUNTER, !,
Haveanociatedlhsmaelres for the practice
of Medip"4 and Surgery in the Village 01
Ashlmd.' Special 'attention given to the
treataeat of Ckronto oases. Ofnc oa Churoh
street, near Main.' '
,4, (I,QEORGE VyHILL, Mi. D.,
ni,iUB .ml Burison, Ashland, Ohio
Particular attention will be paid to the treat.
Xii'ttent ot the following special diseases: Dys.
nepsia, disease of the Liver, the Kidneys
.-aTorefla and Eflthellaf uancerjj
J, P, OOWAN, M. D. W. B. BATTLES, M. D
Twi J ' i DBS, COWAN & BATTLES
;'i Having formed a Co-partnership, will give
I ' prompt attention to all oases in the prapi joe
I ol HrtiI and Surgery. ,
. Mlancysjllavnoovxaw, .
RALSTON k VANTILBURO, i
iliw iiw.1t.ra 'and Silversmiths; three doors weal
lO'li Miller House. Ashland. Gold and 8llver
1 "Pens and a choice varieiy of Jewelry kept
J '"constantly on hand.-Highest prloe paid lor
H' ld ield and silver. Repairing done to order.
WnA nn reasonable terms.
HTTfiR ta harebv o.iveo that the un
dersignef was, on tne isiaay oi yu'
1BR7. du annotntea Aaiiiiinsirsio-
'"' " '.V ..... I J J..M .
0IU jMtlteOI iionn murei.iiu, -ov m.
r r ALEXANpJJRQ KlLB
B. J. SHERIDAN,
'Jouiniissioicr RegistrationJDavidson Co,
After a careful perusal of tho papers,
Mayor Brown replied that he did not
purpose lo vacate Ins omoe until lorccu
to do so, as he considered the election il
legal and void, as well as an outrage up-r
on the people
Alden retired, and save the little knots
of Aldermen, Counciluienand hangers on,
there whs notint! upon the slreets to in
liicata trat any thing oi more man oratn
ory moment was pending All was quiet
throughout tho city, and even the decis
ion of the Chancellor had lost its prcstigo
as a bit of street talk.
At about five o'clock a detachment of
ihirtj five mounted militia, under Joe
Blookburn and Lieutenant Alloway,
moved down from Capitol Hill, toward
ho itiuarp, and in a tew moments drew
up in line of battle between the market
place and the court bouse, wneie incy
lornicd a "horrid front," and prepared
for actim, perhaps; bul.it wjib eiident
they memt or feared something. Tli
citizens, a large crowd, of whom sopp,
gaihcrod, looked at Ihe filthy tatterde
malions in wonderment, ana expressoa
pity rather than hato for-ihe ignorant
young tow heads, who were trembling io
their boots lost tbey mould do nrca upon
by the police. A- apggW'on was made
by a spectator who feared (rouble, that a
stream from- the Kd pBe engine be turned
upon them j but all joking was laid aside
when their prrpnd became lully known.
Blackburn end bis lieutenant, alter
6erpely galloping about for some lime,
dismounted, and. taking somo of their
men with them, started for the Mayor's
office. They bid oonsidereble difficulty
in findincr it. and explored the third story
of the building before they could be set
right, but finally reached tho roomol ne
Mayor, who was eonvcrsiug wup marsnai
Bruntly, Captain PatterEon, uud a puin
ber nf other officers.
Meanwhile, iho crowd on Ihe square
had rapidly augmented) and tbe most in
tense excitement and indignation pre
veiled. Tboussnda of eves were directed
to tbe window of the Mayor's offioe, and
the stairways wero thronged with eager
multitudes, pushing and erowding theit
way up io catch a glimpse of what was
passing. , There was no talking or Jhroul
enipg, so' absorbed id ' th proceedings
wero tbe vast assemblage. 1 '1( t
The militiamon crowded into the of
fice of the Maybr, who quickly rose to
meet ' them as they entered. Heavily
armed as he was Blaokburn cowered be
neath the eye of Matt. Brown, and as tho
Mayor demanded his business, bo treroT
bled with exoitement. la ad excited
tone, and by tho assistance of Alloway,
he finally managed to blurt out that be
had been sent to take possession ol "this
place ! nave torty men here " said
he, "and am oulcrcred ta take charge of
theTiotiks and paper ef this otnae, and
I'll have to do it. If you refuse, I must
'By whtse authority is thip tp bp donef "
asked the Mayor.
By authority oT Mayor Alden, through
t-epcral Cooper,'; hesitatingly repljei
ltlackburn. a liltld thiok of aoceoh
Capuin Driver, who could holt) in. noj
longer, savagely growled that tna Mayor
had no right to resign bja offloe K) Air
dee. : . ,. ,
"Do you mean that yow are, toot tq
take charge of all Ihe oily otnoes f pop
tinned Mayor Brown
"Don't yon know f" returned Blaok
barn "suppose it 'a the Mayor's effioe,''
"Well) tp tnoaH nnparlloleel oijtragi
Dispatch, and one 1 do not propose to submit to
I T I 1 . ...tl.n:tM It la H.n. "
unlit l oee uy wuueo .muuiu v hii
said the Mayor.. , , . :
It's the d est outrage ever perpe
trated ypon a free people 1" exclaimed
"If you will bring me a written order,"
proceeded Mayor Brown, "1 will bonsider
' "I will use force if you do not choose
to submit," replied Blaekburn.- -
: '-'I want an order," persisted the May
or.. - " : 2 .-. "V :
"Well, here, I believe I have' one,"
said Blaekburn, suddenly . recovering
himeelf, and drawing partially out of his
pookot a paper, which the Mayor almost
snatched from his band. Blackburn
clutched at the document, and insisted
that it bo given back. The Mayor insist
ed on keeping it to copy, and only re
signed the paper alter reading it and re
ceiving a pledge from Blockburn that
his request would be shortly granted.
The following is a verbatim oopy of the
orders under which B'ackburn aotcd,
with a certificate of its correctness ; upon
tl e reading of which Mayor Brown re
signed his office.
Headquarters Tens. State 1
Guarbs Nashville, October 2.
1867. ' )
Gen. Jos. A. Cooper, Commanding State
General; A. E. Alden, E-q., Mayor
elect of Nashville, nports to this depart
ment that be is resisted io entering upon
the office to which he has been elected
and qualified, you will therefore aid him
with whatever force js neoensiry to- en
able him to overcome any illegal resis
tance or interference ho may encounter
in entering upon discharge ot bis official
By command of Gov. Brownlow.
II. II. THOMAS.
Acting Private Sa.orotary. t ,
The General commanding having re
ceived the foregoing instructions, orders
Ciptain Jos. II. Blackburn, commanding
Co. A, First Tennessee State Guards, to
proceed at onoo with his command to the
City Hall, and render A E. Alden, Esq.,
Mayor elpqt and qualified, such assistanee
as is necessary to aeter upoq the discharge
of his official duties.
By command of Brigadier general J:
n.M NRLSON. A D. G.
Nashville. Tenn., October 2, 1807
We, the undcrsignad, hereby . oert'fy,
upon honor, that we were present and
witnessed the copying of'Mhe foregoing
order, and do further oertify, upon hon
or, to correctness :
Thos. J. Hay, Auditor,
Albert Akcrs, 21 City Attornpy,
G. S Kinney, iVWerman 21 Ward, ;
W. W. Foote,
Charles n. Banders.
"I wunt it understood, gonllemen,"
said Mayor Brown, in a determined tone
as be prepared to leave bis office, "that I
yield to the bayonet, and that alone," -
The militia tneu tooK possession oi me
office and papers, closing tho door until
the orrival of Alden, when a flag was dis
playod at tho window,- and his ftiends
uathered about him to congratulate Vim
on what tbe popsidereq pis wonqenui
conn it ctut
Mews ot 1D9 result or mo imorview
with Blackburn soon roached tho throng
outside, and a Mayor Brown mado his
annearanco he was creeled wiih wild
aiders from ihe excited crowd. ' The
frionds of Aldtn sent un an answering
iliKir. and another three ranir out for
Jirownlow and JJIackburn again mounioo
his horse and ordevca mo minua iu 101
low him. As they passed the Mayor's
office they set op a hideous "yi, )i," aod
moved rapidly on toward upuuf sircei
and the capilol.
Twelve Ways uf Cuiumlttlng
1. Wearine of thin shoes and cotton
stockings on damp nights and in cool,
rainy wcatucr. n caring insumcicni qio
thing, especially upon the Jimus ana ex
2. Leading a life of enfeebling, ato
nid laziness, and keeping the mind in an
unnatural atato of excitement by reading
trashy novels Going to theatres, parties
and balls in all sorts of weather, in the
thinnest fto'sible dress.': Dancing till in
a com pie i e perspiration and then going
home without sufficient ovor garments,
through'the cool, damp, night air.
' 8. Sleeping on feather beds in seven
by nine bed rooms, without ventilation at
the top ot tno windows, ana especially
with twd or more persons in tbe samo
A. . Surfeiting on hot and very sliuiu
luting dinners. Eating in a hurry without
ha'f niasiicatipg ihe food,, and eating
before going to bed, when the mind and
body are exhausted by ihe toils of Ihe
day and the exoitement of the evening.
6. Beginning in childhood on tea and
coffee.' nnd going front tne step id anotn
er through chewing and smoking t ibacoo,
and drinking inloxioaling liquors ; by
personal abuse, and physical aud, menla
excesses of other descriptio ns.
J 0.' MlrrVlng fit haste and getting an
uncongenial oempanion, and living (he
remainder of life in mental dissatisfac
tion ; culljvsting jealousies and domcstio
broils, and being always in a mental torment.
7. Keeping ehildren quiet by giving
naregcrio and cordials, by tcaohing them
to suck candy, aqd bjf aupplyiDj- them
with raisins, nuts, and floh cake ; when
thoy are sick, by giving thun meronry,
tartar, emetic and arsenis, under tne mis
taken notion that they are medicines and
no(, irritant poisons.,;, .
'8. Allow the love of gain to absorb
our minds, so aa to leave no time to at
tend to our health; following an unhealthy
occupation because money oan be made
by it. . '
- 9, Tempting the appetite with bittera
and nioetties when the' stomach says No,
and by forcing food. into it when nature
docs not demand,! and even rejects it j
gormandizing between meals.
10- Contriving to keep in a continual
worry about something or nothing ; giv
ing way to fiUj of anger. . i
11. Being irregular in all onr habits
of eating and sleeping ; eating too much,
too many kinds oi food, and that wliiph
is too highly seasoned.
12. 1 Neglecting to taks proper care of
ourselves, and not apply early for medi
cal advice when disease first appears ; ta
king celebrated quack medicines to a de
gree of making a drug shop of the body.
The above onuses produco more sick
ness, Buffering, and death than all epidem
ics, malaria, and contagion, combined
with war, pestilence, nd famine. Noar
1y all who have attained to old ago have
been remarkable for equanimity of tem
per, correct habits of diet, drink, and
rest fcr temperance, cheerfulnessand
morality. Physical punishments is sure
to visit the transgressor of nature's laws.
'All commit suicide and, out off many
years of their natural life who do not ob
serve the moans of preventing disease
and preserving health. "
A Kuril sue r Night,
The sun shines in St. Petersburg,
June and July, for twenty hoars a da
and even scarcely disappears beneath the
horizon. 1 never expenenoed suon swelt
ering weatUorin any pnrt of the world
except spin wall. One is fairly boiled
with tho heat, and might bs wrung out
tike a wet" rag. Properly speaking, tbe
day ooniuicuces for respectable people,
and men of enterprising spirit tourists,
pleasure-seekers, gamblers, vagabonds and
the like about nino 'or ten o'clock at
n'ght, and eontinues till about four or
five o'clock tbe next morning. It is
then Si.' Petersburg fan ly turns out
then the beauty and fashion of the oity
uololds their wing., any fiit throu;h tbe
streets, or float iu Russian gondolas upon
the glistening waters of the Neva- then
it is the little steamers skim about from
island to island, freightod with a popula
tion just waked up to a realising sense of
Ihe pleasures uf cxistenot ; then is tbe
at-Dospliero balmy, and the liht wonder
fully sufl and riohly tinted; then come
tbe sweet witching hours, when
Patiently give up their quiet beiog."
None but the weary, labor-worn serf,
who bus loiled through tbe long day in
the fierce rays of the sun ean alcep such
nights as these. I call them, nights, yet
what a strange mistake. The sunshine
still lingers in tbe heavens with a golden
glow ; the evening vanishes dreamily in
the arms of the morning ; there is noth
ing to asark the changes all soft, grad
ual and illusory. A peculiar and almost
supernatural light glistens upon the gil
j i j r . , l it. - I
uea aomes oi me vimrcucs, ms glaring
waters of tbe Neva are alive with gondo
las : miniature steamers are flying through
the winding channels Ot tbe islands ;
strains of masio float upon, the air; gay
and festive thrones move along tbe prom
enadet of the Neveskoi ; gilded aod glit
tering equipages pan over tbe bridges
and disappear in the shadowy recesses of
tbe islands, n hatever may be unseemly
in life is covrcred by a rich and mystic
drapery of twilight. J. Rati Browne
The Lady's Friend ron October.
A beautiful Steel Engraving oalled
"The Lace Maker," leads off tho enibol
lishments cf the October number of this
"Queen of the monthlies." Then we
have tho usual n fined and elegant double
Fashion PUle. engraved on ateel r not a
common, lithograph on atone. This is
followed by cut illustrative of Children's
wm . . . la ta Wv . . ! n .. av
Fashions, walking unm, opanisn man
tilla, Tonie Pcplum, Velvet JackeL New
Basque Waistband, .Lady s Jacketa and
Princes Tunis, Paletot, Sash, Little Boy'a
Blouse, Little Girls' Paletoti, did', io,
The Musio ia "Tbe Wile's Drum," and
is of itself woTth tbeioit of the number,
Among the 'Literary 'batter. We ; note
' Frank Kirkwood'fc Sister ia-Law," by
Amanda M. Douglaa; "How - a Woman
Had Her Way," by Elisabeth Presoott;
the conclusion of "Orville College," by
Mrs. Honry Wood ; "lo Love," by Hel
ton M. Pratt: "How to Make Wax
Flowers," (with Illustrations) Editorial
Artielcs, Kocoipts,, the Fashions, &o
Wo would suggest to our lady leaders
who desire to get I Wheeler c: Wilson
Sewing Machine, that lhe"Lady's Friend'1
offers one ol these machines as a rremiura
fur Clubs of I'birty names, and that it is
not a moment too soon to oomtaonoe ma
king nn their lists i for next. year; A
beautiful Steel Engraving will also be
sent gratis to every single (2,60) subscrl
ber, aod to every' person Sending the
usual clubs: ' Specimen numbers of the
magazine will be sent for twenty cents.
Price (with engraving) f 2.50 a year
Four conies fwith one engraving) $6,00
One oopy of Lady's Friond and one of
Saturday livening roti and (one engra
vine) 11,00. Address Deaoon k Peter-
sop, 819 Walnqt Stree- Philadelphia.,
Rates f AdYrtist8 4 TMeed,
One square, one week, t-" ' - ft'OtJ
Each subsequent tnter.iea ieJ,tu.i
. 'thr..monthi. .. . . V ( W M
Onequare, three montie.ohangeebU '
t pleasure, - r?:n 4,00
Onesquaresix months, ghaageabletat .
f early advertlsemeala three sqoarel '
. one year, . .. . - - - 21,00
year, - -.'-wwaejo,wui
Business oards,'tve lines or less,
one year,. ' --.: -Administrators'.Execolors
dians' Notloes, , ' ,
Probate Notices,! ; , r.n. s;i'-ii
AllEdtto-ialand LooalNotices, ,e
- ' aea
. -' 1.
- . of
t& Vdver'.lsements Lea'3edor ,nserled
under thehead of 8peoi.lNotlcr.,nn'4.Doub
le Column advertisemepta, wjlt f ehatged
40 pereent. niaddilionto the above.
jv Erg and Sab Dr. Harter,
Oculist aod Aurist, of Troy,
oOhio, distinguished ..for his
great sneoess in curing Blindness and
Deafness, and the various defects of tbe
Eye and Ear, will visit Ashland Mo
Nulty House Saturday, Sunday, and
Monday, Dot lutb, 20tb and 21st. -
Dr. Harter is resident of Troy. .Mi
ami county, Ohio, aod has been for many
years, where be made permanent cures of
diseased eyes aod ears, tie is in bis ot
floe the first week of every month. , Br,
Harter has a reputation of the highest
standing, as a scientific physician and a
skillful eye and ear surgeon. - His refer
enoes are from well known and eminent
mon. His certificates of cures are gen
nine from "persons of .easy references,
with Post Office and address given ao
that any one may hear from them. Dr
Harter cures Blindness, Cross Eyes, Can
cers, Club foot, Deafness, Discbarges,
Ulcers io the Eyes, Hinlarged tonsil,
Flims on the eye, UiBtqla in Ano, Gran
ular lids, H are Lip, Piles, Hoanng in
the Head, Scrofulous Eyes, Specks on
the Sight, Tumors, Wens, &o.
Dr. Hirtcr inserts artificial eyes, that
have ihe appearance and movement ol
tne natural eye.
Pittsburgh, Fort W"a jif Jk, .bMosr
f i jor Railroad.
Cb and after April 2,lh. 180T.V'6fes will
leave Stations daily (Ssbbnli. exoeptfjd), a
follows. Trains leaving Chicago at I P. M-,
inn tr mm A.fl-... .. ,. '.' ,
- ; TRAIKB GOING WB'S
In Ashland County Court
Joseph 0. Kelly. I " of 6ommon Pleas,
The defendant. Joseph 0. Kelly, whose res
idence is unknown, Is notified tht Luoinda
Kelly did, on the 9th day of Aueuit A
D. 1807. file her petition in the office of the
Clark of'the Court of Common Pleas within
and for the County of Ashland and State of
Ohio, charging the said Joseph 0. Kelly with
wilful absenoe for more than three yean last
past, and asking that ihe maybe divorced
from'the said Joseph 0. Kelly, which petition
will stand for hearing at the next term of said
By WM. B. EoCarty, her Atl'y.
Sept. 11 Owia
atttou. Exp'as -Bxp'saKxir "ExpS
Pittsburgh, V46am M,80am 2,16pm;t,00i '
Kocbester, 8, 1 6am 10,4Uaati K,86a. D.lUam -
Salem 10,83am 12,22pm 6,26nm. 4,68am -
Allianoe 11.40am 1 10pm 6.20i,ni' 6,60
Canlon ' 12.84pm l.litipm 7,0Gpm .28an
Massilloa W.6(iim.2.1fipra ,7,!10pm i,8Rm
Orrviile I,88pm 2,ri8pm 8,URpm''T,iiiani "
Woooter 2,05pm 8,26pm 8,40pm 7, 4 Jam
Mansfield 4,06pm 6,'H)pm 10.14pm 9,20am
Crest nr. 4,46pm 6,80pm 10,45pm ",50am,
line, de. 6,0Uam 6,10pm U.OUpm 10,00am
Hueyrus 6,85am 6,40pm 11.86pm lU,26an)
Up Sand'ky 7,10am 7,22pm 12.25am 11,00am
Forest 7,68am 7,66pm 32,65am 1 1 ,26am
Lima 9,16am 9,11pm 2,16am 12,80pm
Van Wor1 10.84am 10,20pm 2,80am 1,27pm
Ft. Wavne 12,2llpm 11,46pm 6,20am .U0pm
Columbia 1,10pm 12,80am 6,2Spra 'S.OHpm
Warsaw 2.00pm 1.80am 7,11 nm. 9.01pm
Plymouth 8,00pm 2,85am 8,07pm 4,06pm
Valparaiso 4,8iiam 4,16am 9,85pm 6j48pm
Chicago 7 00pm 6,60am 11,20pm 9,20pm,
TRAINS GOING EAST,
Station. Exp'as Exp'ss Exp'ss ,'Exp'ss
TOWN : HALL,
gB The following cases (with names
and Post office address given) of cures
performed by Dr. Harter, aro living wit
nesses of his skill positive and indispu
table evidenoo of bis great success in ma
king eures : . '
Isaao Dukonmineer, age 60, cured of
blindness in both eyes four years since.
Jurs Cornelia Bennett, 77 years old -
Blind 7 yrs. cured 6 years tja.- Jorsey
City, New Jersey.
Miss Jenkins, scrol ulcus sore eyes,
very painlul, could bear no light. Hy
att vi I lo, Ohio.
William Long, age 67 ; sight failing 10
yrs; blind three years; cured; sees well.
New Castle, Obi)
Ira L Morris, partial deafness and ul
cer in ears. Marshal ot Troy, Ulno.
Miss Katie Wertz, age 14 yrs. Blind
from birth ; cured 4 yre ago. Lena, 0.
Henry I btomford, age 40 yra ; deaf
13 yrs ; cured porfeotly. Vernon, Ind.
C LcFovre, ago 80 yrs: woak eyes 50
years ; blind 3 years , can read fine print.
61 tiorbam, age 60 yrs, blind 3 years;
cuied VI yrs ago. Troy, Uuio.
Mrs Geo Harter, bliud 7 yrs; oured 6
years ago; 8clma, Ind;
Mrs Freibergcr, 80 years old; blind 8
rrs ; cured 10 yrs ago; . Dayton, Ohio;
Alvin Thompson, orofs eyes ; straight;
Mrs Deborah Duncan, blind 5 years ;
oured 8 yrs, can read fine print; Fletclv
Miss Geneinge -, age 12 yrs, cross-eyes,
cured 6 yrs; Troy, Ubio;
- Zaok Enierick's child, 10 months old,
olub-foot; IVoy, Ohio;
John Fine's child, 2 yrs old, cured of
hair-lip: Troy, Ohio:
Mrs Ulcry, sore eyes and granulated
lids; Milton, Ohio;
Miss C Becdle,Troy, Ohio, polypus in
the nose; cured 7 years' ago;
Jacob Bruman, Troy, Ohio, scrofulous
sole eyes ; cured 8 years; --
Bev Mr Drury, Troy, Ohio, scrofulous
sore ryes and gianulations; cured 7 yrs:
A C Turner, spre eyes, opacity of the
cornea, granatated lids; cured; Troy, 0
: Rudolph - Dcskell's child, olub-fuot,
cured;, Tippecanoe, Ohio.- :- ; , i "
u.Miss.Yio M Sbuler( cured of, cross
eyes;. Lexington, Richland county, Ohio;.
Miss M Compton', euted of croBs-eyea,
Troy, Ohio) I.: s-,r. .r. .. vh:.r-,
A ill. Stomp, cured ol daafness and
roaring in the. head; Shelly, Richland
oounly, Ohio; , ' i
P W Bell, cured of deafness and 'rqn
ning' al the cars, Hunt's Station,' Knox
oounty, Ohio; . ; -
John K Nixon, born deaf, snn now
hear a whisper; ' Fredericksburg, Wayne
county, Ohio, ' "
Mrs 8tofly, J2 yrs old, blind 4 years;
can now see to road; Lexington, ltioh
land County;' . '
Miss Cynthia Rider, born blind, had
ight restored; Moroer, 0; 'i ..'
Chicago 7,20am 10.20pm 4,60pm, j,80am
Valparaiso 9,04am I2,60nm 6,07pm ii,37am
Plymouth' 1085am 2,69am 8,10pm,2nam
Warsaw 11,88am, .4,20am 0,01(i;-fJ,iOaia.
Columbia 12,01 prn 6,30am 9,44pm' 14,33am
Ft Wayne 1,26pm 11,45am '7,0O.nl' 'f.26pn)
Van Wert- 2,8Gpm 1,19pm (4,24awi'rt32pm
Lima $.'Z"pw, ,2,18pm 9,85om 3,83pm
Forest 4,80pm 0,66nii U.eOant 'V.jOiim
UpSand'ky 5,03pnv 4,21pm ll.-iaapj -&,03pm
Bucyrus 6,88pm 2,22pm 1.2.18pm 6,88pm
Crest 1 ar. 0,05pm I2,60pn"8,10am 'B,60pm
line, (de. 6,25pm .2,00pm 8,20aa 6,00am
Mansfield 6,67pm 2'30pm S,48am 6,80am,
Woostcr 8,40pm 8 48pm 6,10mi-e,36am
Orrviile' 9,07pm 9,20am 2.7 m, 9,06pm
Massillon ft,46pai 10,00am 4,80rmJ 9,42pm
Canlon ' 10,04pm 10,20am- 4,48piB0,03pn
Alliance 11,00pm 11,25am. 6,46pm UvOOpm
11,1m, 11 !Wm A RTnn. 7KTBn. ii in
Rochester 1,26am 9,60pm' 9.40am !ll 6pm,
Pitlsburg 2,80am 9,60pm 10,46am .. i Opm,
F. B. MYERS, Gen. Tieket Ag't.
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED I0HIQ.
This medicine, invented by Dr. J, H.
Souenck, of Philadelphia,- is inicnded lo
dissolve the food and make it ipto chyme,
he first process of digestion- By eletrnsinc
the stomach with Sciienok'a M,andrakef ills,
the Tomo soon relorea the appetite,, and
food that could not be eaten before using it
will be easily digosted. ,
Consumption eansot Vouuivdnvocpenck's
Pulmonic Syrup unless the stomack and liver
is made healthy and the appelite restored
hence the Tonio and Pills are required in
nearly every ease of consumption A half
doien bottles of the SEAWEED TONIC and
three or four boxes of Ihe MANDfiAKK
P1LL8 will cure any ordiparycas of dyspep
sia. . j -
Dr. ScniHcic makes professional visits in
New York, Boston, and at his principal Of
fice in Philadelphia every week. See daily
papers of eacli place, or his pamphlet on
cousumption for his days lor visit-lion'.
Please observe, when purchasing, that Ihe
two likenesses of the Dcolor, one in the last
stage of Consumption,' and ihe other ks ha
new is, la pertcot hcalli.areon the Govern
ment stamp, . . , - ,
Sold by aUBrugaists ahd Dealers, 'price
$1,60 per bottle, or (7,60 the balf do-en.
All .'el tors for advice should be addressed tq
Dr. Soheack's Principal Offi.'e, No. )5 North
Oth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. r ?
Uenoral Wholesale Ajente; Demaa yarnes
Oo.,N-Y-, a. 3. Hanc e, Baltimoro, Md
John D. Parke, Cincinnati, Ohio; Walker H
Taylor, Chicago, 111., Collins Bros. St. Louis,
Mo. -' .-.--
PARTITION NOTICE, ,
,..!'i' '-,- ;
1ST CU at No. , Town Ball, before
gept. Btb, 1867,
Alm(niBtrator's Hotico. -
kTotice is hereby given that the sub
1 scriber has been appointed end oual
ified as Executor of the Estate of Jaoob
Martin, deo'd, late of Montgomery Tp.
' ISAAO GATES.
Sept. 25, 1867. 8wl4.
PISH. A. Biukard desires to inform
the eitiiens of Ashland, that he wi as
usual, 'upply them with fresh fish during
(he season. Look out fcr b(i fish wagon
M Tl I
1! ' ,
Susan Royer and George
, lloyer, riaintiil,
Jonathan Buzzard, Dert.J
JONATHAN BUZZARD, LUCINDA
J Nell intermarried with Samuel Noll,
Rebecca Burkhnrt intermarried with Geo.
Burkhart, Mary A. Hoifner intermarried
with Peter Heifner, all oi Ashland coun
ty, Ohio, and Catharine Barman inter-.
married with Samuel Human, of Fulton
county, Ohio, will take notice thai a ped-
tion was filed against them on Ihe 18th
day of September, A. 1). 1807, in the
Court of Common Picas within and for.
the County of Ashland and State of Ohio,
by Susan Royer and George Royer, and
is now pending,, wherein -the: aaid. Sosan
Royer and George Rover demand ; parti
tion of the following ileal Estate.' situate
in said county Of AehlanJ WeWit t being
the Nortb-wst quarter of ectiot stne-.
tcen (IP), tflwnship twontytlirce, (23),
ui iaugs quui;"i (lot, excepting I le iois
in the village of Polk off of ; 'tb3 "Ndrth-.
East corner of said' qsarler1 heretofore
conveyed to Martin Wolf, William P,
Paxtcn, Cusao Uoycr and others, and t
the next term of said Court (lie sail) pe
titioners will apply for an order that par-,
titidn niay be made of said 'prea-iset.
. , . SUSAN ROYER, "
GEORGE ROYER, -By
Wm B. McCartv; Alfy Tor Teti,
doners. T - (6wllJ) '
. i ' ' 1 ' "
NOTICE s hereby given that petUioa
has been presented to the Commiseioar
era of Ashland county, Ohio, praying for the '
location of a ditch along the following de
scribed route, to wit: Beginning at the
South East quarter of Section 11) lerenteen,
Township (20) twenty and Range (16) six
teen, owned by George Guthrie, and' the
Sooth west eotner of the SouiB half of
th East half of the South West qurrter of
Range, Township and Section, a'or--qd
Ihenoe -running Sooth through ihe Jjarth,
West quarter efSestloB (20) twenty. To wu,
ship and Range aforesaid, and owned by Ml.
chael Hogan, until It Interteots the eeld Ho
gan's ditch, near his Spring i which petition,
will lie or hearing at Ihe Auditor's offioe la
Ashland, en Friday. October 1161k, W1.,
, , . , ; , ; R, M, CAMPBELL,
.. County Audltof, .
. ert 26th,J1867,--4w ' . ' '