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ASHLAND, OHIO. LWEflNESDAY, NOVEMBER G. 1867.
! rWM.OSBORN, Common Pleas Judge. ; . ,
T 0 BUS1INKLL Probate Judge.
E T DRAYTON, Cl'k Com. PI'h & Dist.Cr'ti
il 'CUHTIrf, Prosecuting Attorney. ' "
R M CAMPBELL, Auditor
WILLIAM 0 HELTMAS, tru: w;
Lit Kipasanu.sii.riir. .
O'EOKaB W. OWE, Heoorder.
JOHN KEENE, Surveyor, ' '
Id HEAL MAKKEL, Coroner,
' WiO GALLOWAY,
' HOSES LArTA," '
. 8VUOOL EXAMIJreilH.
R H ZOVER, Ashland.
11. H. C AMPBKLL " I
KLI VS 'ftAUNFELTER, 8avanneh.
Jr. O.Jennings, Cash. H. Luther, Prest.
riHST JIT A TIOJVJ V BJJTK
.i OF ASHLAND, OHIO.
' ' ' i Directors.
'' Hulbert Luther, I , H. Topping.
". ' Jaoob Ciall, J.O. Jenuings.
' " ' Jamee Purdy. , I ,
, Do exoluslrcly a banking business buy and
alt Eastern Exchange and Coin; Discount
.upon ludiTiduul seourity. Sell llotonuc
., staops. ' .
J. r. Cowak, Pres't.
Isaac Gates, Teller,
J. W. Smith.
1. 8. BAOMUARnXR,
A. It. Mykks. Cosh'r.
T. (!. Bt'SllNKLL,
T.' II. 1IAKKII,
V. 8. Batti.bs,
BAKER, BATTLES & CO, BANKERS,
Dealers In Gold, SiWur, Exchange U. 8.
Uonds, Unourrent money, Revenue Stamps,
&o. Disoounl approed paper, pny interest
on time deposits, and do a General Bankiog
North side Main street, Ashland, Ohio, M
Miller, Proprietor. Good auoouimodulluut
and reasonable bills.
; McNULTY HOUSE,
Wm. MoNulty, Proprietor, South side Main
street, Ashland, Ohio.
It. M. CAMPBELL,
Attorney at law, Ashland, 0., will attend
promptly to all legal business entr isted to
his ears. Bankrupt cases in V. S. Court will
Motive speoiul attention.
,;, JOHN J. JACOBS, .
' Attorney at Law, Ashland, Ohio, . All kinds
of business belonging to the profession
promptly attended to. Oflico, opposite First
National Bank, up stairs. ' :,
. . . T. Y. McCUAY. ' "
Attorney at Law, West 8alem, Wayne oouu
' ty, Ohio, will attend promptly lo all business
- in hit profession i ; - , ! ,
' " JOHN D. JONES,
' Attorney at Law, Ashland. Pnrlicular at
' tentlon paid to Collooting. and business in
' Probate Court. Otlice on Church aireet, bo-
(ween Main and Sandusky.
WM. T. JOHNSTON,
, Attorney at Law, Ashland. Office the one
lately jooupitd by Osborn & Curtis, on
Church street, near Mom. Also nuihorizrd
: by the OoTernment to procure Pens'ou ( er
tifioates and collect Bounty and back pay.
. MoCOMBS & CUUTIS,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Ashland
Ohio Office in Bank building, over Beer's
iv t'r '. H. S., SEE, . .
Attorney at Law, Fire and Life Insurance
Agent, and Notary Public Pariloulur atten
tion pid tool)eeilng. Probate busings, par
tition caves a'nu execution of deeds, mortga
ges and Contrtots. Offioe In Miller's Block,
second story, Main street, Ashland, Ohio.; ,
' P. a. Clark, M D. , T. 8. Hunter, D
. CLARK & HUNTER, ,
TTa kMAftlnted theimtfllTes for th ni'aflt.tiift
' of Medicine and 8urgery in the Village of
Ashland, special attention given to me
treatment of Chronlo cases. Office on Chtirok
tree t, near Main.; ' '"'
;george w: hill, m. d.;
ii.TUralelan an4 Surgeon, Ashlnnd,.. Ohio.-t
i Particular atunlien will be paid to the treat
. mnt at tho following special diseases i Dtj.
: pepsin,' disease. f ihe Liver, the Kidneys.,
alcroiuia ana cpuneuai vauesm m
: J. P. COWAN, 11.1). W.S. BATTLES, JL. D
;, . ,"', "DBS. COWAN 4 BATTLES r
: Having formed ft Co-partnership, will give
prompt attention to all oases in the praotioe
or Meutoine anu ourgu-y i mi i
Finland. July 3i l07-2tf ..'.-.
AXlawOellnxxeousBt ' '
RALSTON & VANTILBOR0,
Jewellers and Bilveramitha, three doora west
of Miller' flohse, Ashland. Gold and 8llrer
. Pae and a oholoe variety of Jewelry kept
eonauntly on hand. Highest prioe paid lor
V oid gold and silver. ! Repairing done to erdef
and oa rtaaonablt terms. .
7 Adrrtinljtrator's Notioi.'"1
'aUTrtTrPR la haratr Divan that the Otl
IN deraicned wai. od the 1st day of Jul
ly, 1867, duly appointed Administrato
of tba Estate of John Moroland, dco'd. t
ALEXANDER C. KILE.
The Mystio Tie.
When far In foreign lands we roam, 1 '
' And no loved faces we descry, " '
This bond makes' ever plaoe a home
' The "Mystio Tie" the "Mystic Tie."
'When tossed upon the stormy Sea,
'' Or sick In distant lands ?ve He, ' "
. : A thought consoling, tls that we
Are brethren of tho "Mystic Tie."
It brings kind friends around onr bed,
It bids us.loqk to God on high; . .
By It onr tlnmstits to HeatWi are ltd, '
Dear "Mystic Tie" sweet "Mystic Tie."
When turning homeward o'er the main, ; '
Wo watch onr bark in gladness fly
To bear us to onr friends agaiu,
Our brethren of tbo "Mystic Tic."
phi ma.v this bright, fraternal chain,
That binds us heart to heart below,
L'nweukcn'd and undlmm'd remain,
When to tho heavenly Lodge we go, .
Thera by this bond that e're shall lust,
Eternal as th8 starry sky,
Mnv we be linked when life is past,
b'wect "Mystic Tie" sweet "Mystio Tie."
Wbat a Pock of Curd Served
A private soldier by the name of
Richard Lee was taken before the mains-
trnte cf Glasgow for playing cards' during
divine Bcrvioe. Tho account of it is civ-
en in the English journqjs :
Sergeants commanded the soldiers nt
tho church, and (then the pastor had read
the prnyen, ho touk the text. Those
who had a Bible took it out, but this sol
dier - havinir neither Bible nor prayer
book, pulled out a pack of cards and
spread them out before him, locking first
at one and then another. The sergeant
of the company saw him, and Buid, ".Rich
ard, put up your cards, this is no place
lor tin m.
"Never mind that," said Richard.
When the services were over, the oon
stable touk Richard prisoner, and brought
biui bclur the mayor.
'Well." says the mayor, ''what have
yon brought the soldier hero for t"
"l'or playino; cards in church '
"Well, soldier, what have you to say
for ynuisulf V
"Much, sir, I hope '
"Very cood ; if not, I will punish you
sjoro than ever man was punished."
"I have been," euiJ tho soldier "about
six weeks on the march; I have neither
ISible nur common prayer book I have
nothing but n pack of cards, and I hope
to satisfy yuur worship of the purity of
ihen spreading tho cards before the
mayor, he began with tho ace :
"V hen I seo tho ccc, it reminds me
there is but' one God.
"When I see tho duce, it reminds me
of tho Father and Son.
"When I sco the trey, it reminds me
of tho Fuihcr, Son and Holy Ghost."
"When 1 sec the four, it reminds me of
the four Evangelists that preached Mat
thew, Mark, Luko and John.
' hen I z tho live, it rcminbs me
of the five wise virgins that trimmed their
lamps. J hero were ten, but fivo were
wife and five wtro foolish, and were shut
"When I see the six, it reminds mo
that lu b'ii days the Lord niudo heaven
"When I seo tho seven, it reminds me
that on the seventh duy Uod rested fri'in
the work he hud done und huHuwud it.
"When I sco tho eight, it reminds me
uf tho eight tighteou that were saved
God nestfoyed the woild, via: Nouh and
his wife, his three sons and ihesr wives.
''When I too Ihe nine, it reminds me
of the ni no 1 1 pern that were oleansed by
our Savior. There wcro nine out of ten
who returned thanks.
''Whon I see the ten, it reminds me of
(ho Ten Loiuninndtncnta which God
handed down to Moses on the tablet of
1 "When I see the king, it reminds me
of the Great King of Heaven,' which is
"When I sue the Queen, it reminds me
of the Queen of Sheba, who visited Solo
mon, for she was a wise woman, as ho was
a man. Sho brought with her fifty boys
and fifty girls, all dressed in boys' ap
parel, for King Soloman to toll which
'were boys and which were girls. King
Solomon sent for water for them to wash,
The girls washed to the elbows and the
boys to the wrists. So King Solomon
told hv that."' '.
, I'Woll,", said the Mayor, "yoo have
given a description of all the cards ex
"What is "thai ?'f "V"
. . "The knave." said the mayor.
'I will give you a description of that
too, if yon will not be angry."
. .'Jl will not," said tho mayor, "if you
do not term me to bo a knave.
' "The greatest knave that I know of is
the constable that, brought me hero."
''I cW'tootMcW ,! Said the mayor, Hf
he is tho greatest kuave, but 1 know he
.i i-l 1
15 iiiu pretties), iuui.
"Wben l oduiit how many spots are In
a pack of cards, I find three hundred and
sixty fivo, as many days As there are in a
year. ,. , ,:
' '.'When I obuht'the'dumborof e'ards !
a pock, I find there are .fifty-two, )he
number of ' weeks in a year, nnd I find
four euits the number of woeks 10 a
. "I find thera are twelve picture cards
in a pack, 'representing the number of
men tha in a year; and on counting me
numboi; i of tricks; T find thirteen, the
number of weeks' In a quarter. So you,
see, air, pack of cards serves for a Bi
ble, Almanac and common Proper Book."
Hurricane en (Ue Klo Grande.
The New Orleans Picayune gives the
following account of a terrifio storm on
the Rio Grande:
' ''The hurricane was the most terrible
in the memory of man in the Irontier.
A oonstant bombardment for a year oould
hardly have done as much damage as
happened from this one night's storm
1 wenty six persons wore killed atMata-
moras, aud ten killed and ooa wounded
at Brownsville. At Brazos, so fat as
known, Iwelvo persons perished. Tw
schooners were blown ashore Only two
houses wore left standing at Clurksville
and nooo at Bagdad. The loss of life in
the latter place was not known,' Ninety
of the inhabitants escaped by going on
bourd a vessel wJiioh rodo out tho storm ;
the rest have perished. Tho negro sol
diers and their officers at Brazos are said
to have aoted infamously. Thny not on
ly refused all assistance to struggling and
suffering families, but retired to a shel
tered part uf tho Island, and the soldiers
returned the next day to rob tho wiecked
goods, under the remains of the ware
houses and dwellings.' "One of tbctn was
shot and killed by a citizen, who detect
ed him in robbing. Their officers, it
is said, did nothing to check tboir brigan
dism. From the long list of damages at
Brownsville, wo extract the following :
King& Kennedy's warehouse, roof blown
off, the building badly damaged. The
eounty court bouso and jail wero com
pletely destroyed, and the prisoners all at
largo, 'Ihe entire square, surrounded by
Bowcn, Fort Krown, Fourteenth, Levee
and Klizjbetli streets, wero destroyed, in
cluding the Iianchero office and Masonic
Hall. The Courier office has its roof off.
The residence of W. J. Stark was com
pletely destroyed. The Custom House
walls are down. The Presbyterian
church was destroyed. The Post Office
buildiog had its roof blown off. The
hotel and elegant billiard saloon of Dir.
Miller were almost ruined. Tbo iron
building of Wilkens, Hey & Co. was to
tally destroyed. Between Tenth and
first streets, soven brick and trame
houses were cither totally destroyed or so
badly injured as to be uninhabitable. In
Matnmnras fifteen hundred houses and
huts wcro blown down. The greatest
distress and want prevails at all points,
and appeals have been made for relief.
Out of soven steamers only two can be
Drovers vs. Fopg.
Dinner was spread in the cabin of that
peerless steamer, the New World, and a
splendid company were assembled ubout
the tulle. Among the passengers thus
prepared for gaetromio duty was a little
creature of the genus, Fop, decked daint
ily as an early bultsrfly with kids ol irre
proachable whiteness, 'miraculous' neck
tio and spider like quizzing glass on his
nose. The delicate animal turned his
head affectedly asido with '
"Uttin me a pwopellah of a female
, "Yas fab !" "
"And, Waitoh, tell the steward lowub
my plato with a wopetaWe called onion,
which will give a delicious fiavaw to my
While tho refined exquisite was giving
his order, a jolly wes'ern drover had lis
tened with opon mouth and protruding
eyes. When the diminutive creature
paused, he brought his fit down upon the
tuble with a force that made every dish
bounce, and then thundered out
- ' Here ! you gaul darned aoe-of-spades !"
''Bring mo a thundering big plato of
tkunk a gizzards I"
"And an old ink: pot; tnck ahorse
blanket under my chin, rub me down
with bats while I feed 1'
The poor dandy shewed a rnir of
straight tails instanter, and the whole ta
ble joined in a "tremendous roar."
Hunnioutt, as i
Sncaclly of Cats
-; A, well known dentist in Chicago had
a valuablo tortoise-shell cat-that for days
did nothing but moan. Guessing the
cause he looked into its mouth, and see
ing a decayed tooth, removed it and its
pain. Tho following day there wcro at
loast ten oats at his door; the day after,
twenty; and they went on increasing at
suoli a rato that he was obliged to keep
a ball dog to drive them away. But
nothing would hinder them a cat that
had the toothache would oomo any num
ber of miles to. have it extracted 1 It
would even come down the chimney, and
would not leave the room until the pain
ful tooth was taken ont from its jaws.
At lest it grew to be a perfect nuiennoe,
ind was never free from one of theso te
line patients. Ilowever, being one morn
ing very nervous, he accidentally broke
the jaw of an old tabby. The news
spreak like wildfire ' Not a single eat ev-,
er came to him afterward.
In order to keep up with the progress
of the age, Time has. abandoned ; the
scythe and the hour-glass, and purchased
a mowing maohine and a watoh,.,,-
Mark Twain thinks the nan ought to
die a violent death' who pnt it into peo
tola's bead to try to make cherished, be
loved, stored homes ont of such ghostly,
eold, unlooling1 stuff aa marble, a mate
rial which God intended only for grave
.tones." "" !':," r -H -
largo crowd of ndg:
olosure on that mo
oaloulatcd to exaftp
of Virginia, and td
the commission nt
. Ratoicf AdwUsinsldiatnced,
0 n e s quara , o a fk,---- ; -z. fj f;
caon aunjequeut uiaiaea tea uiaa
three"montht...t !'i otl
at pleasure, - W
pleasure, ijivi.1V. t. 10V
? early ad rertiaemenla three equates
one year,- h t 'f.k .1 . -M
Fearly advertlaeoentef oq rsqnaras I
year, . . - . . i.i-?.0
Business onrds. five tinea M less'.""
one yearr . . " rr- -t -.
, dUas' Noiioa, Ju w .ri JKuJ - 1,00)
Probate Notice. . 1,00
. aW VdverUaenunts Leaded,..? ,iiertJ
undrfrthe'htad of 8peoilNotlot,.and Ponb
leOoluon dvnlsnrtnfs,!win t'oHaigyl
iO peroeat. nl addition jtoi,ltjo.
stated iq h dispatch
from Ilickmond, oflth29tht addressed a
loos In the Capitol en
n'.Dg, using language
ratethe white people
inqito tfie negroes to
He alluded to oeieaV threats to kill him,
and said, ''I will flit leave. Don't you
know, my fclloa-ciuseoi, that when (he
assassin's bullet passes into my brain, or
ais uaggor touoncs my heart, more man
one whito' man will, fall upon that day?"
And the assemblage of poor, deluded ne
groes shouted in response to that infa
mous oruggart, "Its ! yes 1 And ucro
is reconstruction, with a venireanoo.
The ooursa adopted 'by that f run tio emit-
eary of radicalism, if persisted in, must,
inevitably, lead to that conflict ot races
to which the prosent Governor of Olm
alluded in his lettor to the Oboiliuitcs,
and which, when once fairly inaugurutet
will result iu one or the other of (he bel
ligerent parties being driven to the wall
It soems almost incredible that tho bojuo
drel Hunnioutt should have been allowetl
to tell those deluded negroes that such o:
thorn as were too oldoriuGnu to light,
oou'd oarry the torch of the iueendiary,
to be applied to the dwellings and other
property of the whites. And ytt that
sume thing has been done nndcr tle
noses ot tlioso military dignitaries wio
have been sont into Virginia, ostensibly
to prcservo tho pcaoe and proteet the
lives ana property of the peaceable inhab
Hants of thut State. But as that conflict
must come, sooner or later, the people
may as well be prepared ftr it. In Vir
ginia tho lines are already jrawn, and the
whites have taken a position of self-do-fence.
May a merciful Providence avert
tho evils which are impending ovor our
country. Cleveland Plai JJeakr.
If anything in the worU will make a
man feel badly, except pinching his fin
gers in the crack of a door, it is unques
tionably a quarrel. io man over fails to
think less uf himself after It than before.
It degrades him in tho eyes of others, and
what is worse, blunts bis sensibilities on
the one lut, ud iuoreasss -tho power uf
passionate irritability on tho other. The
truth is, the moro peactablo and quietly
wo get on, the better for ourselves and
neighbors. In nine cats out of ten, the
better courso is if a man cheats you, ceaso
to deal with him ; if abusive, quit his
company; and if he slanders you, take
caro ta livo so that nolody will believe
him. No matter who ho is, or how he
misuses you, the wisest way is to let him
alone, for there is nothing better than
this cool, calm, and quct way of dealing
with the wrongs we meet with.
The following is being oironlated iu
hand-bill form in the West, It is a man
ifesto from Speaker Colfax or his Iriends:
Sixteen Reatont why the Iirpublican
Party thould not run Grant Jur Pres
ident in 1808.
1 He has all he deserves at the hands
of the American people. 7 t
2 Ho eould not deliver an inaugural ad
dress. 3 Because do Democrat has succeeded
for the past quarter of a oentuiy as
President of the United States.
4 Because, at this particular period in
the history of our great country, we
need able and experienced statesmen
at the helm ol government. :i
5 Because ouo hundred thousand Union
graves, and four millions of freedmen
demand a Republican President and
6 He is now, and always has been, a
Democrat, and has never endorsed the
7 Because he proved a fuilnro in every
oapaoity outfide of tho military.
8 Ho claims to have no knowledge of
politics or national affairs.
9 Because all the Democratio and rebel
papers indorse him.
10 He followed ourdrunkon Democrat
io Johnson in all his rebellious rows
against Congress and our party.
11 Becauso he has insulted the Repub-
nouu puny Dy enaorsing mo removal
of the Secretary of War, and accepting
the position himself.
12 We have 100 better men for the
13 Because all parties claim him as be
longing to tboir party.
14 We havo the power lo elect a states
man, if wo wish to.
15 Because the Democrats aud rebels
have no other available candidate.
16 Because Illinois gavo us the immor
tal Lincoln, and Indiana offers our
most available candidate
Please post up.
Tilings Wo Don't Like to See.
We don't like to see a orowd of mon
block up the sidewalks so tbat it is next
to imposible lor ladies to pass.
We don't like to seo all the gates in
town standing open for people lo run
against in the dark.
.We don't like to see little boys chew
ing tobacco like sailors ind smoking like
Wo don't like to sco young ladies sit
ting in the parlor sinking, "Who will
caro for Mothor now 1" while the old la
dy is in the kitoheo doing a (our week's
Wo don't like to see a man thrashing
his boy for swearing and cursing him at
the same time.
' ' ' XOTJCS. ' " i ;
Uf n T V. . j a i. t, - '
i'loncs jjuiiuaui aim oarau. Duonaiu nis
wife whose place of residenoe is unknown
Will take notice that John Nog1e, of the
Couoty of Ashland, in the State of Ohio,
did on 'he 23d day of Oetobor,' A. D ,
1867, file his petition in the Court of
Common Pleas, within and for the Coun
ty of Ashland, in said 6tate of Ohio,
againsl the said Moses Bon In in si.d Sa
rah Houhan hai-WTiB,-TT.-Tr'Tl nrgra1
and Thomas Hargrave, defendants set
ting forth that the said Moses Boo ham
and Sarah Buobatn, his wife, gave a
Mortgage to Richard Hargrave dee'd, du
ring bis lile time, on a lot number twenty-eight
(28) in the Recorded Plot of
the villuge of Jeromeville; in said county
ol Aliland, to secum the nnvment of
One hundred and twenty five dollars with
interest, according to certain notes refer
red to in Baid mortgage, and that the
said John Nopgle is now the holder nod
owner of said Notes and Mortgage, and
tnai no pare or mo same has been paid,
and he thj said John Noggle in said pe
tition prays that that judgment may be
rendered for the said sum of 8125 and
interest from the 30th day September,
A. D., 1859, and that the said premises
may bo field to pay tho same : and the
said Moses Bonhatn and Sarah Bonham
are notified that they are required to ap-
pea, auu aiiBffur DU1U pefcUIUIl, On Or DO-
fore the 8d Saturday after the 27th day
of November next.
by J . D. Jones, bis Att'y.
6wl8. ' 3
A Touching Pnsmige.
How eloquently does Chateaubriand
reply to the inquiry, "Is there a God f"
: "There is a God 1 The herbs of the
valley, the codars cf the mountains bless
Him; the insects sport in His beams;
the elephant salutes Him with the rising
orb of day; the thunder proclaims Him
in tho Heavens; the ocean declares Tlim
immensity; manalono has said, 'thorc is
no God!' . Unite in thought at the same
instant the. most beautiful objects in na.
ture ; suppose that yon see st once all the
hours of tbo day and the seasons of the
year ; a morning of spring and a morning
of autumn; a night bespangled with stars
and a night oovorod with olouds; meadows
enameled with flowers and hoary with
snow ; fields gilded by tints of autumn ;
then alone you will have a just concep
tion of the universe While yon are ga
ting upoo that whioh ia plunpirg under
the vanlt of tha West, another observer ad-
Lnireahitn emerging from the gilded gates
nf the bast. 15y what inconceivable magic
does that aecd star which is sinking fa
tigued ana burning in the shade of tbo
evening, reappear at: the same instant,
fresh and humid - with the rosy dews of
morning f At every instant of the day,
the glorious orb is at once rising, resplen
dent at noonday, knd setting in the West;
or rather our senses deceive ns, and there
is, properly speaking', no East, West,
North or South! in the' World.1' Every
thing feduoes itself to a single point, from
whence tho King of Day sends forth at
once a triple -light - in one cnbstanee.
Tha bright splendor ia perhaps that
wllch nature ean present that ia most
beautiful, for whilo It. gives us an idoa of
the perpetual magnificence and resistless
power of God,' it" exhibits at the same
time a ahioing imago of the glorious
All Sorts of Paragraphs.
An old lady announced in Court that
she had no counsel, that "God was her
lowjer." "My dear madam," replied Ihe
kind judgo, "11a docs not practice in this
There are several clcrgvmcn in New
York city who recoive over 83,000 per
year for marriage foes. It is an ill wind
thai blows nobody good.
The Peoria Transciipt says that Mrs
Lincoln, like Grant, means to "fight it
out on that lino" hor's being a clothos
What is tho military definition of a
kiss? Report at head-ouarters,
Josh Billings says, in his recent re
port ot a cattle show, "There wuz ten
yokes ov oxen on the ground, besides
several yokes of sheep and a pile ov car
rots and soma worsted work, but they
didn't seem to attract any sympathy.
reopic oankcr lor pure agricultural hoss
A justice better versed in law than
gospel, not long sinco married a couple
in this way: ''Hold up your bnnds.
You solemnly swear that you will per
form the duties of your office, jointly and
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The Indians lu Texas.
We find the following account of In
dian outrages in Texas, in tho Sun An
ton ia Herald of the 24th of lost month :
"We have received . trustworthy in
formation of a number of dreadful out
rages committed by tha Indians, in the
neighborhood of Laredo, Webb county,
and through the country between the Rio
tirande and Krt Lwell an the Nueces,
on this side of Laredo. The Indians
crossed over from Mexioo. at a place abont
half way between Eagle Pass and Lare
do, called 'Los IIcrmano9,' and proceed
ing down tho country towards Laredo,
and almost utterly ruined several farms
and ranches, amongst others, those bf J.
Ortez, Nicholas Sanchez, 0. Benvides
and C. do la Garza. Three or four shep
herds were killed by the savages at the
ranch of Ortei, and the place utterly
broken up. - Mr. Sanohea lost a large
number of valuable marcs and horses
upwards of a hnndred. There is no oav
airy force either at Laredo or Eagle Pass,
or at fort JCwoi, and oonheonently the
savagea can cross over the Rio Grande at
pleasure and murder oar defenceless sot
tiers. - '
- The Indians are reported to have come
up to the very eonfinoa of Laredo, and lo
have awept on horses in view of the
town, near tha slaughter house. It is
scandalous to leave the line of the Rio
Grande before Fort Clark, unguarded by
cavalry. Not only are the settlements
on the Rio Grande and tha Naeoea, left
at the mercy of the savages by inch mis
management as obtains, bat the Frio, At-
tasaose and Medina country la also left
an inviting prey. to the savages. If tha
United States oannol spare cavalry to
proteot tne iroa'ier, way should not the
Uovcrnor call out Btato troops:"
OnN W. McELRAVY. James A.
MoElravy; Ella B. McElravv. Marv
J McElravy, and Caroline MoElravy,
widow of Aleauuder MoElravy, deceased,
will take notice that a petition was filed
against them on the 23rd day of October,
A. D, 1807, in the Court of Common
Pleas within and lor the County of Ash
land and Stato of Ohio, by Israel McEl
ravy, Amelia Jinks, and Alfred Jinks,
her husband, demanding partition of the
following Real Estate, situate in tho
County of Ashland, in tho Stato or Ohio,
being the West part of tho South West
Quarter of Section 8evcn (7), Township
twenty-ono(2l)ofRango Fifteen (15),
containing seventy-nine (79; aorcs of
Also, a part of tho North west quarter
of section eighteen (18), Township twen-ty-one
(21) and range fifteen (15), com
mencing on the section line thirty-eight
rods aud ten links east of tho nouh west
corner ol said quarter, thence east along
me auuiion une to me soutQ cast oorner
ot said McElravy's land, thenoe south to
tne center of the road; thence south west
along the center of the road to the forks
of said road, to Ihe eorner of land con.
veyed by James and Elizabeth Pocock to
Ohio 8 Nowkirk on the 3d dav of June.
A. D, I8G5; thence North east along the
MoMahan road and the line of said land
conveyed to said Newkirk, to the place
of beginning, containing fourteen acres
and thirty eight rods of land, which two
itaois ot land heroin desonbed wa on.
ed and occupied by Alexander MoElravy
at the tine of his death, and that the
auwer ot the said Caroline MoElravy,
widow of tbo said Alexander MoEl raw.
deceased, be assigned therein, and at the
uetouer term ot said Court A. D, 1867,
the said Israel McElravv. Amelia Jink'
and Alfred Jinks, her husband, will ap
ply fur an order that partition may be
made of said premises and said dower as
By J D Jones, their Att'y.
Oct 23, 6wl8
AMERiqAN JfW,CU,imMXtlT. .
.j... ..:' ii n'l I;: r " i'lt-huiig bj
This Cempanjt beg leave lo inform tie
public that they commtaced opera one ia
I860, and- HierrMsntory n'jw covers fear
aaree of ground, and bat 4aigWMV3u a
mtnioir-dollars.anof employ's over 700 oper
tl es. Ther produce 7,000 Warefcea a
""u man mrpnrini Tqifir 9Bf
nau oi au iiu imotMMM U ihe fJtittd
The difference between thelt manafaetar
and the European, is brldy this: t Ewrpean
Waiches are made almo t entirely a.,fcaad,
and the result is of neeessiiy a laekt if, ibal
uuilorniiiy, which U iodCi.pB4bt 'to1 cor
rect time-keeping. Both thaeJanM laad
of he most skillful hand must vary. But it
is a fact that, ezeept vatahe of ihe' higher
grades, Europeans waJobea ar fbo.p otluot
of the cheapest labor of bwiuerland, ard
the result is the worthless Aaeie-, tepinea
and so called Patant LeverarrWhivat soon
eost more in attempted repaiis, than their
original prioe. Commoa workmen," boys
women, buy the roogh. separata., 'P'arU ef
these watches from various faetrries, pollfh
and put them together, and taktffliem to the
nearest wa'ca merchant, who stamps and
engraves them with any name or'brasd thai
do oruereo, - ""
3jw American WatcAet aifttidi.
The American Walthain Watch is nadeby
no such process and no Sueh incompetent
workmen. All the Company's operations,
from the reception of the raw materials te
ihe completion cf the Watoh, are eayried ea
under one roof, and under oneakilltal aid
competent direo.ion. But the great distin
guishing feature of their Watches, is tha
faotthat their several parte are ell mai by
ibv uuesi, me most perieotand ueUel.ma
chlnery ever brought lo the aid of human in
dustry. Every one of theiriore tbta a nun
doed parts of evei r watch is made tiv a ma-
o bine that insrllibly reproduces every
suooeding part with the most onTsryiitjrao-
ouracy. It was only necessary to makeone
perfect watch of any particular style and
then adjust the hundred machines Accessary
to reproauce every para ef that wtch(.bid
it follows that every succeedinc watch must
be like it. '
The Company respectful! submit tlelr
watches on their merit only . The; claim tn
A Better Articlt fur tie Hontf'1
by their improved mechanical proeesse
than can be made nnder the old-fashioned
avuuioriMiBTsiem. iner maauiaciurewatcn
es of every grade, from a good, low prided,
and substantial article, ia solid Silver hont-
ing cases, lo the finest chronometer! and
also ladles' watches in plain gold or ,1b
finest enameled and jeweled eases; bat the
indispensable requisite of all their watehee
is that they shall be GOOD TIMEKEEPERS.
It should be remembered that, except their
single lowest grade named "Home Watch
hempany, Boston," ALL WATCHES made
Are Fully Warranted ''
by a special certificate, and this warrantee
is good at all times against the Company er
BOBBINS & APPLETOS, 1
182 Broadway, Sew Torki
July24, lm fi,
A Good Farm For Sale. '
One hnndred and eleven acres ef road had.
about 17 acres of good timber, inluding a
ingur camp or o acres uai can i ot neat, a
nice Locust Oreveofl aores, lyiag 4 miles
west of Ashland between the two OUveabarg
roads, joining a good Steam Saw MilL The
farm is well improved, with a lsrg Briok
house, a Urge bank born, wagon eked, eera
crib, hog pens and afl other out hulidingt,
wnu never laiung water ac the aouse and
barn, and spring on tha. farm for stoelc, a
larfc orchard w'uu good fruit of all kinds,
end will sell or change for a small plaoe elese
i lively Town , cheaper than any . other ferae
In Ashland county. Payments very .reasona
ble, just lo suit the purchaser, Will- give pie
session at any time. . ...
Sent. 11. 1ml Si '"" ' " t:u,s '
'. ; Ayer's Pills, v
A RE you sick, feeble or complaining f
Are you out of order jour system de
ranged and your foellnge uncomfortable f
ibcse symptoms are oftea ta precursors tf
sonous uinese. dome at of sickness ia creep
ing upon you, and should be averted by a
timely use of the right remedy. Take Ayer's
Pills, and drive out the humors purify the
blood, and let the fluids move en unobstruet
edlv, in health. They stimulate the organs
of the body into vigorous activity, purify
the system from the obstruolions which make
disease. A eold settlaa somewhara In th
body, end derangoe the natural, operations
ai inn pan. mis, ir not relieved,, will re
set upon Itself and theaui-rounding organs,
producing general aggravation, enfi'sriagaml
derangement. While reitor the aaturalao
tlon of the sj stem, and with U the buoyant
trivial and common complain! Is also true
In many of the deep seated and dangerous
diseases. The same purgative expels them.
Caused by similar obstructions aaldarange
ments, they are surely, aid many of them
rapidly, cured by the same means, None
who know the virtue1 of these Pflhs will neg
lect to employ them whea suffering from the
uiooruers wry oure, euoh as Headache, Fonl
Slomaok, Dyseaiery. Bullous Complaints,
Indigeatiea, Derangement of the liver. Cos
Uveaesa, Constipation. Heattban. Rhenma-
tisat. Dropsy, Worms, aad Suppression, when
ie iu large aosea. ,i . . .-. . .. r
They are sugar, coated, so that the most
sensitive cap take them easily, and they are
surely thl beet purgative medicine yet dU
eovered, . . ..'..... k n . "!:. i
: -.iJ-.f Cjj
ousan ivoyer ana ueorge
Roycr, Plaintiff, ,
Jonathan Buirard, DePt.
J Nell intermarried with Samnet Noll,
Rebeeca Rurkhart intermarried with feo,
Rurkhart, Mary A. Heifner interaaatned
with Peter Heifner, al) of AshJanfl .apan
ty, Ohio, and Catharine Barman inter
married with Eamnel Barman", of ytrftbt
county, Ohio, will take ootioe that I . pati
tion was filed against them en the th
day of September, A. D. 1867, in, tha
Court of Common Pleas within - anoT'for
the Coanty of Ashland and State of OMo
by Susan Royer and Georga iRpyravajid
Is now pending, wherein tha said Sanaa
Royer and George Rover demand parti
tion of the following Real Estate, situata
in said county pf Ashland, to-wit r befcg
tha North-west quarter of saa(ioa.'.Bha
letn (19), township twenty-throe ; (2?),
of Range fifteen (IS), exoepting t'. Jpta
in the village of Polk off of the North
East corner of said quarter lerettfoTO
conveyed to Martin Wolf, --WillieraP.
Paxteo, Suean Royer and others, -n4,)at
the next term'of said Court the said, pe
titioners will apply for! an order thai !plr
titipn may b made of aaiA p' remises!1
i SUSAN ROYEEJiMia
7. ... . .GEORGE, ROYER.! .h
By Wm B. MoCarty, 4.tt'y for Ptti-
7 4 (ewjin-., .
i r .; rt. i .".'.a j.i )5 oil
NOTICE Thereby gl vta te BeilOwa m4
there, that the anderetga'ed will efer
for eale the building ( a Seaeol Beea,!iat
Sub-Dlstriot No.U,ln Montgoomy Tp.a
the td day of NTmtr,18W, at ' I' 6-clock,
P. M-, of said day. 'The aiao 1 SalhUser ta
-ci.,-' AC8TIS MOHIftHANjl
, , JAMBS. McSAULL, IDkwt.tv
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