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VQI.; XXII.! . . ASHLANDi OHIGfi-W EDNESDAY;f WOVEMBEI?: &i 1867:
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lM.iiSBOilhyeommon Pleaa Judge. '
CiS WsUHELli Probate Judge.
yiT'paA.npN,, Cl'k Com. Pl'e it DiBt.Cr't
A.Ii CVRTI, Proeeoutlng Altorney
11 M CAM PBELt, Auditor
william: a heltman, ireasurer.
. J, H KIPLINQEB, Sheriff. t
''fl!rtlGR Wi'CRIB,. Recorder.
- JO H U KBBNE, Surveyor.
' ISEEAIj MARK.EL, Coroner,
'"WMjifinwaN. - -v
fOHN iVAN NESI ,
1IEKR WICKS. . i
MOSK3 LATTA,': .-
I 'SVIIOOL, EXAMINERS.
R If ZUVER, ABhland.' ' '
R, M- CAMPBfiTiL ' ,
J BLI.YS ,nt4DKBKLtER, .BttTilnnah.
I. O.oiiningij CaeA. ''.,11. Liithor, Treel.
FIRST jrATMojrjtl BrfJTK
x.n ,V.it"iW. ASHLAND, OHIO; '
S J.. ,r Dlrectorn.
Hulberl Luthtr, . I. IK If. Topping.
J. 0. Jennings.
'!'lo 'elolusiveiy a banking' business buy and
''Wlj'rMsleVh Exiitiange and Coin; Discount
lty6fclnivitluil Bjourtiy. doiu uevonue
fi&ij;, tni ti: fi. MyebS. CnsU'r.
1lSxHTl&VT6lkrl - : T. C: Bntmn.!.,
JJ; IWjiaii'ii,l i'i fi.ni TJ U.BKK,. I ,
w31i. 1, CITIZENS ; BANK, 1
'tfe'allri in'bol4;"811vcr;1!xiha,nge V.- 8,
'"Boadift Uncutifeiit monei Retenue Stamps,
t' ioJ : W8Bmntipproil paper; pay interest
on time depbelU,nild'.mijen'e(al;Uanking
t. c. . - - ., . .. -. .
.. ,v.l""";MitLER House; '
KorA BjdM8in' street,! Ashland, Ohio, M.
Jllller; Proprietor. ' Good acoommodatlous
' andoonl)l biiii.
Vtii tfcMulty,' Proprietor, South side Main
Street, Ashland, Ohio. .
JVi),::'! "-M: CAMPBELL,
Attorney at law, Ashland, 0., will attend
promptly to all legal business entrusted to
pis care. . .Bankrupt cases in U, 8. Court will
reoeire'tpeeial attention. ' . :
. .Vi'.ws'! JOHN J. JACUBS.
rney at Law, Ashland, Ohio. All kinds
or buBinonB' .belpnging to. the .(profession
ntomptly al ten, led to. Ofliqe, opposite First
.National Juak up stair. . .. , '
'!:S:::,; '::;.t,5iociuY. .;
- Altornoy nt Lw, West Salem, Wayne coun
.'..OHko,. will. M lend promptly to all business
,4n ,Uis. pros&ion. , .
'AtlorncV Bt-Law.'" Ashland. Particular at
.fHtlitfn '.paid lo Collecting, and business in
Jl'robit tJourt' Omee on Churob street, be
tween Main and Sandusky,
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J;! )W.'t: JOHNSTON,-'
Attorney at Law, Ashland. Offioe Iho one
lately otoupied by Qsborn s. Curtis, on
Churuh, strut, pear .Main.. Also authorised
ky the Uocrnment to procure Pension Cer
tificates and collect Bounty and back pay. ,
AddrnoyB unti'c'ounsellore al law, Ashland,
Ohio "OtCce In Bank building, over Beer's
j 8teady, boys, steadyj! . ,,,.
ii Keep yon arms ready ! 'v 'f m l
God onl knows whota we inayimeet Hero. 1
Dont lot me be taken j ' " , "
' I'd rather awaken,' ;. , . " "' ' ,
To-morrow In , no matter where.
Thon lie In that fonl prison hole over there. '
' ., Stop slowly
. Bpcak lowly 1
Those rooks may have life,
, Lay me down In this hollow '
r Wre out bf the strife, ' . . ;, '
By heavens I the focmen may track mo In blood,
For tills hole In my breast Is outpouring a flood,
Mo ! no surgeon for mo, he can gtvb ino aid;
The surgeon I want is a pickaxe and spado.
What, Moms, a tearf wny tuamo on yo man 1
I thought you a hero ; but since you begnn
To simper and cry, like a girl In her teens, .
By gcoi go, I don t know what the devil it means.
Well, well, I am rough; '(Is a very' rough school
This life of a trooper but yet I'm no fool I
I know a brave man, and a friend from a foe ;
And, boys, that you lovo me, I certainly know.
': ' ' But wasn't It grand, ' '
When they came flown the hill over sloughing
and sand t ' ...''"'
Biit we stood, did we not, Uko Immovablo rock,
Uuhecding their balls and. repelling their nhock?
, Did you mind tho loud cry,
TVlicn, as turning to fly,
Our men sprang upon them, determined to dlo?
Oil, wasn't It grand?
God help the poor wrotchos who fell In that
flKht, , ,. .
No time was there given for prayer or for flight,
They fell by the scoro In the crash, hand to
'- hand, .... - . i ' . ...: '
And thay mingled their blood with the slougli-
lhg and sand. '
.," Hmza! J ; ':.: il'i : '
Croat heavens) th)s bullet holo'gapof liken
A enrt on the aim. of the traitorous knave !
Is thcro sever a one of ye knows how to pray ?
Or speak fur man as his life ebbs away ?
Our Father . Our Father! Why don't you:
Iprocecd ? ' : 1 '
Can't you sco I'm dying! Great God how I blecij!
Ebbing away! :. '. '" ; ' '., .
. . Ebbing away,
Tho light of the day '.
. ' la turning to grey, . I
' , . . Pray,- - ' -r,'-:'
':"' '" Pray!
Our Father In neaven-boys tell me the rest, ;
While I staunch tho hot blood from this hole
In my breast, .,
Thcro's something about a forgiveness of sin,
Put that In put tiat inland then
I'll follow your words and soy an amen;
Here, Morris, old fellow, get hold of my hand,
And Wilson, my comrade oil, wasn't It grand,
When they came down the Mil like a thunder
ing cloud, . !', ., "
And were scattered like mist, by onr brave llt
tto crowd!''" 1 ' 1
Whore's Wilsdil, my comrade, hero stoop
down your head, . '
Can't you sny a short prayer for the dying and
. dcadl . ; :';
, "Christ God, who died for sinners all, , (
Hear Thou this suppliant wanderer's cry
Let not e'en this poor sparrow fall . .
. Unheeded by Thy gracious eye. . . '
' Throw wldo Thy gates and let him ln
And takohlin, pleading toThlnoanns;1: '
Forgive, 0 Lord ! his lifelong slu, '
' And quiet all his Seree alarms." (
God bjess yon, my comrado, for singing that
. .hymn, , ; , .
It Is light to my path, when my sight has grown
I am dying bend down, till I tonch you onco
l10re - , f
Don't forget; mo, old fellow God prosper this
Confusion to enemies kocp hold of my liand-i-
Aml float our dear flag o'er a prosperous land
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pi; after leaving hor fotler, should slip
off Apth 'Bob aorosj the country; ,"'! . I j
. At ,jast,l. got 'dcoeied, ano; prcseptou
mjselC , before ,MaggteJ Leo ljjuing, a
greateal, I bolieve, feeling vrj&.much'
pinobed about the waist, and with an an
comfortable! cona6iousneafi tUaf mv shirt
sleeves vera too short, or wanting alto-
getner. ' .',' . . 1
Everything; finished in' tho why of 'toi
let j Bob. Stylos took me into his light!
wsgon, drove me over to D by ikni
eluded, rqjite, and lcit mo ar tho liotoi,
where the wilfng party w'tjs to laisenible.
Several of the. pionicors were already,
there, and they greeted my eavalior' cor
dially (everybody knew Bob Styles), ask-.
mg lnra if he was going with them, etc..
Ho told them he was not.' ".' .
"Pressing business cngacoinents, you
know, and all . that , sort of . thing.
Deuced sorry I can't go, though," I had
just timo to bring Miss Loo over,' tind
now 1 m on.' Mr. liimby, this is Miss
Led; Miss 'Withergall, Miss Leo," and
ho rattlod off a siring1 of brief Introduc
tions, which convinced mo 'that few of
tho company wore acquainted-' with tho
young lady whom I was, pertonating &
very fortunate thing-for Ape prcscrvulioti
of wy disguise., ,.;:' .1 ..
Wr. JimiCy, a tall,:lpgal looking urno,
with a hooK nose, and, eye glasv and fin
ny hair, Beenicd to be prepossessed with
my pcrtoncUe, and I heard him whisper
to won styles, as ho went out :; ' ' '
"Nice looking girl, that jSIisS Lpo, '. ,
"Yes," answered . Bqb witb. a mis-
ohiavnui glance at at mo, f'she ia a nice
girl, though a little go ahead sometimes.
Keep a little look out on her, will yba ?"
then lowering hi ybee, i'"jNofr a bad
match for ynu, old fellow ; she is rich,"
"Is she f" said Mr. J3imby(, bi inter
est deepening, : v v ;,r ., . iU .'mi'..
- "On my honor," replied Bok-, 'Forty
thousand dollars in ler own right. ' Oood
day I'' and ho was gone. '''' ',, ..' ' , .;
Maggie Lee, artlal creature (hat (ho
was, had told her-father that tho sailing
party woo to assemble at another hotel,
and thither he had takon her; Having
business in D , ho left her there,
merely saying that ho would scud- the
carriage for her at clevon o'clock.; ' She,
like a dutiful daughter, kissed hirn good
by, and before, he Uad goiia' a hundred
.ifooecl trjiitb .fem'inino anrj respectabie ;
u(Jtbe idea of ' ee'qjtle nen.'talkijg '.about
mv ankles, and pf, , be! )g pau'tiooed thus
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wy b vaanBiriiK iwuuiii, nave pcen
fright'eno death if Ibar oIuh'er tW
samo thing yoetorday, was foomu'ch for
me. I burstibto- a sort of strangulate!
laugh, ''Which-, I ,'looull' only :olieck by
XI. O. OJi-Ti,
AttornejPalXiwT Fir an'4 Lffo Insurance
Agent, and Notary Piiblio. . Particular fttlen
". (iSg'pald to cdllcpting, Probate business, par
tition cases a'pd execution of deeds, moi-tg&-"
"jpi'Sa and Contraot's. Offioe in Miller's Block,
-sMoni Btorjy,,fI,ain'Btreot, Asliland, Ohio.. ,
r.A-jjsMJ).,, g.JRoil'jI p.
' cjflife;- nuNf eh,; j
ti?axe, assjoqjiiteij themselves for' the praotioe
,of Modioiue and urgery in the Village qf
Ashland. ' Special attentipn given to the
treatmont of Chronlo cases. Office on Church
trail JMr. Main.J'i
tu, GEQRQi W;i HILL M. L., ; i
"Parifcular All'ontlbn will be bald to tht (reat
mehljiiJ'the'fo)tlofcii4 speolal diseases: 'Dys
BJPfiit1 . '6t 4he .tlver, tjie Ridneyii,
'jmm w.M.9';r-fw' :!' i
. i ,mn n :nfrwr a XT Til mn w -nn ' '
lliw VL,Oi :WV' tb tJSO -i I-
GlmWl Co-ilaTttiershlpV'llV glva
wWvWwkW n '' 'n, the Waftlbe
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allfOMIf t.' 'I-U'l'l I;:'.'-
RALSTON & VANTILBU RQ,
Jew'erferS and Silversmiths,1 three doors west
oTjDrt Hfljsv tAsVapi . o Opld nd; Silver
, Peas and a choioe. variety of Jcwelrv, kept
yonsfirV-oiM.''1 irig'host'prloB paldllor
I'AllTiJ iUalnUhlVi'rm.. ' ' 1 ''''" I-
.nfl WTjiIKT.T'! ,,, -r.iri-'i'-A n-.nri,
uvK Ml, 1
owt ,e,u, Aitmlrrialrator'a .Notice., m ,.i , ,
lili'Oefflig'odirsj, on the lt day ot Jttt
ly, ttMJ7j idxily'ippointed AdmlDistratd
rjf iliei BsViitWoVlJohn Moroland, deo'd. r
A DAY IN FETTIOOATS.i
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;. ! ,-, ,!-.BT, A MOPE8I AH.n.;. -.-
: "I couldn't think of such a thing,",
, "But you must. My happiness ,; de
pends en it. ,Uere, put on the thingum
bobs and the what's-his-namo."- .,;,.: I
And my friend Bob Styles held up be
fore my hesitant gaio a suit of female ap.
narel. , , - ', . ,: ,
His idea was that 1 should personate
bis lady-love for one day, to prevent any
body from suspecting the truth namely,
that she had joined him in a runaway
marriage party -r-until it should be tol
late; for interference ; that is, until the
minister should have tied a knot between
them that nothing bat a special grant of
the Legislature could; untiej, -i,, .
' This scheme was not actually so ab
turd as it. appeared at first. Maggie Lee
was a tall, .queenly woman, with an af,
most masculine' air, and at that time
had a.wry sHght form-rralmes offominl
ate. so that in fact there was real I v but
little diffeienbe 'in' that points 'Then I
had light haik tolerably long, and fresll
complexion.' Tarl'y lafHn the midf
die, put i bonnet on my bbad ahd'few
persona wodlj have saspoc'ted'btit what I
was one ot tae sorter sex.. ,'inese acces
sories also gave me quite a .decided ro
sembUnoe' to1 Moggie, Lee,' especialljr
whon, as in this Case,' the disguise was hef
,'', Then the diy ohoson for tue runaway
match was an auapioious one. iMaggie's
father was to drive her to D , a small
yillage near where she lived, and (hep.
sbe.was to join: a salltpg party, down the
L p river, o, tne groyo three mitea be
low, from which .(be party were, to re
turn in the bvening in oarnsges. 1
'''Out plan' was that I shonld be in wai
ing in'ine village, -anUshtJuld go on tho
bout witb tho sailing party', whilo Mag-
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Bates qf Advertising AdvanpeJ,
EanhjqflaeqneiitTinirrmn'jail.'liilH - -
three moaihs. - jrj .t Afl
OajquraaUaatttjtSiahaagabls at t
pleasure, - - ,,
Yearly a'dvertisWnlt thrft' Jtfarsf -
Businesd,'frj lfcss: or: UisC'il it A A
i r .i oae year, .,ttoti.hiuii , uni Sjjf
Administrator ,Jxefufprs!8jdGji- "
I di.ns'Notlew,-1 .' T ' ,00
Probate Notices, r ' 1,00
6.-LliMM.uli "st'jiji S.ul'l aiiD tnM
onder thejhsad of SpeclalNotici,ndl)oub
pavilion wlifoh served as a ball room.-w
As h oam8 pear, I perodived that hpr
bands were qlutehed tightly in'herriress,
led; I positively huddewd as she whig,
pered (6 me " " ,
';Oh, Waggle I Kay;gie I come and help
y kiwslriey ro alieomiag downl '
hat Bhul(j I do r - X was in. agony.
swallowing'1 half iibfi'iiyi Jittlojifilagrcs A. cold perspiration, broke out- upon; mj
loreueau. ,.i wuinca .mvseit a inousana
a- seat in Boh Stylos' Tight
y, uim ut
wagon, which bad driven up to the. back
door as old .Jjces carriage drove away
from the front, and the old story of head
strong love and prejudiced old ago was
aetcd over again. 1 j
As for us, of tho pionio excursion, we
had a delightful sail down to tho Grove,
but somehow I could not enjoy it as much
as I ought to have dono. Vhen I walk
ed on board the boat I felt awkward, as
if everybody Was looking at me. I found
Mr. Bimliy, as I had suspeotej, a young
and rising lawyer, mighty hi Blaokstone
and in. bis own opinion, lie insisted on
paying lor my ticket (the boat was a reg
ular excursion packet), and purchasing
enough1 oranges, pears anil candies, to
set up a street stand. " Four or five times
l was on me point or swearing at nis im
pudent pffioiousness, but bit' my tongue
just in (imo to prevent , the exposure.:
liu.t it was not with limHim 1 louad my
role the hardest to ploy. ' '. '" i
Noi the young ladir-s were tho diffi
cult ones to deceive. . For instanco, therb
was one among them, a beautiful girl, of
seventeen, just returned I rum; board in
school, who had not ' seen Maggie 1 -Lee
for three yosrs.- Of eourso she was de
lighted to sco mo when sho found out
that 1 was Mnggio, wlijch, by tho way,
did no, occur until altor wo had started.
She threw hoesclf into my arms, pulled
my veil aside, and kiseoJ mo half a dozen,
times, in a jnanner that made my Angers
tinglo for Jul hour.,' It was nil; very niod,
but if I bad been in propria pertonoy I
would have Jiked it better. , As it wtis 1
felt is if I-Wore obtaining goods nnder
false pYctonse'B, and that lawyer Bimby
might ibsuo a warrant tor my arrest on
that ground, a, any moment.
A wholo knot' of crinoline then eur
rounded mo. bri tho up'pfcr dock 'of tin
boat, to the utter exclusion and conse
quent disgust of Mr. Bimby and tin
other gentlemen,,, J kept very quiet, on
ly speaking monosylablcs 'in a falsetti
Voice ; but the others-Lonl bless oul
how' they gabbled 1 Under ' a "strjc
promise of Bccrccy, tho little boardinj
school maiden, who had kissed uio so
afTeotionately, rovealcd all her lov: af
fairs, and also becatno unpleasantly confi
dential about other msttors-lnnooeht
biietlh In themselves, hht not' 'bustqmart
ily talked of betweeu ladies jwft'ge.qtle.
moo, ii .,,. .',1 ' ( ,.,.,.,- ,':,:;:.,!,
i'l was terribly "embarrassed, but -it
would nbt do tO'giT up then,' I'Ai -oea
'v'-'kfVM sbould 'betlpm'kiiiowW,';
Styles.',icl; .w'ouldaUs ,,9'ome 'putl'fb,
M RPW of that kjpd'.trayelft.fasMn, U
country, he and tis ladyleie Mould, hi
telogVaphed'' hj lblTowcd beforo they
could reach Philadolphia; where' the knot
was To be tied'. . ,rr
The riverlifieTtwW very fresh where
wo sat, aod'I.notieed that ieverarof'itl:j
ladies were glancing; uneasily 'at me.
couldn't divine tlu icason. until "Jennio,
my litllb friend- from boatdirrg school!
raid hef flic'o dSngetcfbalV ''Otosp 'to' ra'inol
'' jly dear lMai:aio'joii( d'ress'ui'blow'
ing d(md(ully higWyopcanklcs will bo
town talk with the gentlomen.M ;
''Niw'-f was iinsoibus of having Tory
small foot ibr a.mari, and 'hud 'donned
pair', of. opou worked , stookings which
oame nearly' to my waist 'with, a pair of
gaitorj borrowod nonrilMUOTxant girl, id
all of which 'togyory my rwnuing igoat
Iac-edgeil himdkorchef, Tho yoig
JidicB Jill looked at my v apparent astoq
ishmbnt at such a VoiciJaBd I wanted to
langhiialh dfio morel, i -Fortunately Mr.
Bimby came to my rescue at the moment,
and edged1 himself in among the erino-.
Im.n w,-,r. -i; ' "if- I v.. ... " -. '
.'i'May'I-sitbore-f-be asked, pointing
to a low stool: near ma. i ,1: ...
i"Oertainly,? I siaiporcd, in my high1
falsetto.. -I ." 1 1 -.' ; ;'
I 'Ah, thank you', said Bimby, with a
lack-a daisical air,, whioh .' nauseated, ias
comingifrnm, onoinan to another,- .'you
are as kind as you are fascinating." ,
"You flatter mo,'1. . ' ! .
"I? No indeed; praise of you cannot
be flattery, Miss Lee."
, , .''Oh,, sit; really- you are a Very naugh
ty man," I said in the most feminine
tone I could, command. ;
II o cast a laughing glaneo at me
thrciigh the black lace veil, and I faijly
began to fear 'for his feelings. "' ,
We Soon arrived ' at the crovo, and
found our bapd-tmgaged beforehand
waiting for us. Of oourse danoing was
tho first amuseaicnt, dnd lawyer Bimby
led me out for a: sehottisohe. It , was
bard, at first, fur. me to takoia lady's
part itt my danci; but I soon got aeons
tDmodtoit. When s waits wasi proposed,
v resolved tolhavo a little -amusement al
the expense of the unfortunate liimby.
I bad first made kirn purposely jealous!,
by daneing .with two other-young fellows,
One of whom I knew in my own oharaa-
ter, but who never suspected me as Mag
gie LeoJ ' This-yoUng madj who-Was a
greet womad-killer-a sort of a doyil may
oare rascal, who made the ladies run af
ter .him, by his alternate warmth of ac
tion, and coolness of protestation I so
Icqted to play.-off against. my ,lcaal .admi
rer.- I allbwcd him to- hold me closely.
ni occasionally look at him with a halt
facinating expression' When we stopped
danciog,.ko.lea4 m to roy icat, keeping
his arm apout my waist, and I permitted
it.,,. .-: ,: .. j , v -
Having thus stirred Bimby up to feats
ot wratiilul valor, 1 asked one of the gen
tlemen to direct ond of the musicians to
play a waits;, Biiiby;cams immediately.
"Ahom a-T-Miss JUoe,, shall I a
have tho honor of a tryine a waltr.
withyduf ' .
. 1 smiled acquiescence, and wo oom-
Now 1 art' an old stnecr at walteinr.
I can keep up longer thai any non-pro-fesslonal
dahcer, male or female, whom I
ever met. As lone as the Cachu'cha or
Sohounebruno ring in my ears, I can go
on, if it is for n;year,-; ;: C R
Not so Bimby. Ho plead want of orad-
tice, aud acknowlcdgccl that ha soon got
Aha, old boy, thought I, I'll give you
a turn, then. " !
But I only smiled, and said that t
should, probably.gct tircctrst. i. ,
,-''0h yos' ho. eiclaimsd.' "of course I
can waltz as long as any one lady, but
not muoh more."
For the first hreo niiniitos my cavalier
did won. lie went smoothly and evenly,
but at the expiration ot that time, began
to . grow -wars -Five minutes-relapsed,
and Bimby's , .breath came harder -'and
harder. On, lie went, however, and I
scorned to notioe his slacking up at evert
round, when we passed my seat. After
some .twelve - minutes the-wretched man
gasped out- between bis stetfs :
"Ah, a are you not get get get
ting tired-Miss Lee ?" I
'Oh, ho 1 ' I burst forth as coolly as if
wo wcro riding round the room. "Oh
no, I feel as if I oould waits all nicht."
, ini iuoxi pcspair tpat npgav.oj me
was. lernujod pes I ..a.
1 was bound to see him through, how
ever, and we kept at it. Bimby stagger.
cd and made- wild steps in all directions!
11 is shirt collar wilted, his cyos pro tru
ed, his jaw nuLg dJwrij and qrtogother .
tint? tlA onilhl nAt hrilti Afid Tn'nnll Innrror.
"This is dolfiihtful," I said oomposod,
ly, "ahd youMr. Bimby, waltz so oasi'-
"Puff: punT--ah p u ff y o s oh-t
nuff--ycry-i-ji ff do'-lightfui;'; gaspod
'."'Dby't W'iWnK fctmght.to1 gra'lfttU
Mth't'T'1' 0 " '""' "." 1 ,; ' i
" , His eyes rdlhoT heaveowaVain'lotf at
MUnVv H ii..
AhT-pufr-iufivii-u tfoha M w
nen wo noareo tno musiotans,
Poor Bimby4Yrew his feck abaui, Hk
fist'saeer Sod'nvolvcire&rM man
neY of 1eet6tumhich wal nearirTui
downn ii At last. ha staccerech'a.BtoD baokl
wa'rdsdnd sljihnirig' eccbnVriOallV iway
from mo, pitohed headlope irto tho midst
or a email oovy or laaior in a corner, i
turned around coolly,' walked to my seat!
and sent the -yountt 'womaa-kiiror tor
ano iiuerauje. lawyer .recovered nis
rival for the watcx
;,i I got torn idc,fron.thls ofv the fun
the" -ladies find IntormobUnt u pootdov
!W6f foffflf'if. " "'"' !"" '
,'",Al thi'aJunk'urlsTand before M if, Bim1
by had 'time tq apologize, ior ,hU aooiT
dent, litlU Jonaie oime fanning into thb
tnileB' away; arid
Styles' mSsqlieriiding, projeot inwardly
with leariui maledictions. ,',."t
I said I was tired out oould not some
body else ? : , . . ,.
No, nothing would do, but I must ao-
company her to tho house of tho man
who owned tho grovo, and assist to ar-r
rango her clothing," , , , ',
So I went. , '
What if it Bhould be necessary to re
move part of her raiment 1. What if she
ihould tell me to do some sowing r What
if, in tho midst of all tha embarrassment
pf being closeted with a beautiful girl of
seventeen, -in a state ot comparative freo-
dbm from drapery, my real sex and iden
tity should be discovered by her?
I telt as if an apoplettd lit would bo a
most torlunatfl occurrcnoo for mo mst
then! Howover, I nerved myself up
for the task, and accompanied Jennie to
tho bouse designated. An old lady show
ed us into her chamber, and Jennio, heav
ing a sigh of relief, let go ber dress. As
she did so, a (pardon my blushes) petti
coat loll to toe soor. c he was about to
proceed when I alarmed her by a sudden
ana vehement gesture;, ..; ,: -.. . , ;
; ".Mop I U cried frantically, and forget
ting, ray falsetto j "stop I don't undress
tor. Uod'g sake r -. ji- ir 1 ...;. .-JW
She opened hor croat brown eves to
their fullest extent. ; : ": . .,, ,J
"And why hot??' ; .; ..; ... I
"Because. I am I am a can vou
keep'a secret?" -,( -, ; -,
Why yes how fritrhtened Vou look 1
Why, what's the matter Maggie why
-oht oh!! oh 111
And sho gars three tremendous screams,
"Hush, no noise,' or I am lost," I ox,-
elaimed, ; putting : my hand over her
mouth. . VI swear I mean no harm j if I
did, I would not have stopped you dopt
you see?" : .; . ' '
che was all a tremble, poor little crea
ture, but fibo saw' the force of my argu-J
U1CUI,. . , ., , .
"Ok, sir," said she, "I see yoa are a
man ; but what docs it all. mean f Why
did you dress so ?" -
I told ber the story, as brief as possi
ble, and exaoted from ber a promise of
the most Buored, secrecy. , ; . '
I then went outside of tho door and
waited till she had arranged her dress,
wheo shq oallcd me in again.- Sho bed
heard ot me from Maggie and wanted to
hear all the particulars so I sat down
by her and had a long talk which ended
in a mutual reeling ot friendliness and
old acquaintanceship, quite wonderful to
people meeting for tho first time. '' Just
as. we Started back to the pavillion, 1 said
that 1 must relievo my mind ot one bur
"And what ie that ?"" . , ' .; '
"ThOso kisses'. "You thought I was
Maggie Lee br yoii would dot have given
them. They wore Very sweet', but I eup-
posblmustglvb thdm back." ' '; ' ' ., ,
; 'And I did? ' ;' . , ; ' '
Blie blushed a good deal, 'but she did
not resist-, inly when I got through, Bho
Jlanocd up't,im(dly and said : ; ' j
; ,fI think' you are real naugli'ty( bny-
rooks, prevented them from healing, Bij
orwelhenir -,.-. .-di ,:.S-f. i,i brm
:: .At length they bit upon our path; and
all tame nloag, single file, until they got
to (heiOpen,space.; jmetilr.jj-; '
i . 'iden they, saw a sight. B Y. xs j ,
1 I Was spread out iu a free and easV,T)Ot
sition, my bonnet off,' and my'hair. some
what tewzled up, puffing away in ;a wry
umauy mo Biyte at a nigmy savored
6.9 biita.tiia44Uiqa.tfl th.!av(j b
ri Moses lion ham arrtih namiwsj
wjft whrjse rlaoo pfpsirjenae utowfi
will talce'notieo that.oha NoggfB.'of tho
btv-bt Mla'rilltf tbe Aatl'of XML '
aun i.M.- ii;lol9-jih.fatwr ni.'LkjAn'.Ai
1867K file-bis, potitioa in.tJhoo'iQsur of
Jt.nU waaeitting elowbesid.'UriCwttli tu hm!
ber head o,lmqt on my shoulder, and her
waist dlmoit encircled hy toy arm. Just
as the party came along above TO I laugh
ed out in a loud, masculine voice- . i
"Jnst think of poor whatrs bis name
there liimby ) Supposo he knew that
he had been making love to a man ?"
"Hush I" cneoT Jennie. "Look.'there
he is and, oh, my gracious, there is the
whole company I"; ..-','
Yes, we were fairly caught. It was of
no use for me to clap on my bonnet and
assnme falsetto again they had all seen
too muoh for that. Besides, by this time
Bob Stylos and Maggie Lea wcro doubt
less one flesh, and my disguise was o( Do
further importance, sol owned up and
told the story.' -' 1 1 1 ' j
-' Bimby was in -a rage, i Hb vowed to
kill me, and even squared ofiV.but the
rest of the party only laughed at him so
unmercifully, end. suggested that we
should waltz it out1 together, that he fi
nally : cooled down and slunk away,,: to
take . soma ..private, conveyance back.' t
' Bob Styles and J. are living in a large
double-house toectliet. .' He often' says
that 'hi owes 'big wife' to my masquera
ding, put be doesn't leel tDder any obli,
gotions to mo, for I awe my wifa to the
same wing, , ,.
ily Wife s name is, Jeqmo, ,
" Interesting Dlscoverj' j
About 90 years ago as a party of In
dians were travoling through this seotion
of thB oountry, one of their Dumber, a
chief, and man of renown ia- tho tribe,
siokened and died, and was buried on the
place now known as tho Lane farm, situ
ated half a mile south of Warren. Fif
teen years afterwards the grave was Visit
ed by a middle-aged tquaw, 'and ail In-1
dian girl, who -decorated it with wild
flowers, and paid other tokens of respect,
to the memqry of him, who had departed
to the happy busting grounds,'' At their1
departure they informed the late Mr.
Benjamcn Lane, that one of tboir pum
ber had bcon buried there, and requested
him not to disturb the grave, which he
complied with.' In 'tho conrso of time
the mound was worn away and all traoes
lost until) ast Thursday, when Mr. Hsnry ,
Lane, in. grading down the .hill in biB
yard, came upon tho remains, which,
owing to the dry sandy soil had been'
wonderfully preserved. The bMy had
been enveloped in a blanket with a small
brass kettle, knife and other, trinkets,
coyered with small twigs and earth, at
the depth ot three teet, and aftor quietly
Sleeping lor nearly a eentttry tbo warrior
is exhumed, and preserved ob a rclio qf
by-gono agcB. IVarrcu.Coji, oti,., j ,
and Thomasi HaTgrs,ro,'i dbfenflant Jet
ting forth thsi the, said ea, Bpt)ha3tl
and, Sarah Bonharo, bis, wife, gave a
ring his ltjo time, ori'a 1ot,norabp til-
Uowniou .fleas, wUlitn and fptm vonn
ty of Ashland: in fa'idJStatCof Ohio,
irttlBt'the said MMcir!nnlim-ir!fT'Rfc.
tv-vighl; (28) in tho RecorP,lqt of
the village of Jcromeville; in. said pfluptj
ot ' Ashland to secure ihi' payraenV of
One hundred and twebty-fiv dollkrer1 'vnCh
intorcBt, aoobrding to Acriaimiietee refer
red to in said mortgage, and th.s:0
said John Noggle is pojr the hold,ei( apd
owner of 'faid Notes and. nlortgageind
that no part oHhe1 saihaa'heeniid.
and he tho said John- Neggle (n ints)pe
.:: ii-.i j i
unuu pruys mat, mac juugoiens may;, Do
rendered lot, the r.said.sm of, l3nd
interest from tho 30th day September,
a. i8oa,-ana that the said premises
may be said to pay the same') 'knoV lie
said Mobee Bonham smdSarth Berfham
are notified that tbey are requirdcVlo ap
pear end answer saij :petitioo, on, pr, be
fore the 3d Saturday after the 27th dav
of November next. -1 - ' : -V
. .1 ui b Ti, .goHN NOGQLH,'"1
') , ,M-a: J ii T Jones, kit) lltMr '
Hid linn Til
-niii iiuw (ic,r,",y() bViilaiJI' "
,' ..',;'; viWfmWWrr,! i,hl
Information guaran(,ed JojirodiW ajluji-.
uriant growth of hair upon a bald head or
beardless race, also a-rWi p fch Vett'oval
of Pimples, Blotches, Eruptjoov p U.t,$n,
skinleaving Hie same clear, and. beautifdj,
can be obtained withcqt;obJrge JoMftB-
Ipg' i.-.i:r .'' I'rd rr.t 't.ibcl A
TUQS. F, CHAPMAN.Chemist,
. I ci.: i, i 2 BrdwaoNwTorkv' .
ji.. ,r.u .nit '.,. a) ;.,.
When f rblrirnod.T fodnd lawyer1 Bim
by lad quite recovered from his dizziness,
and on hands for supper, which was serv
ed in tho ball room.' I sat between Bim-'.
by and Jennieand made love to both of
them in turn ; to ono as Maggio Lot!, and
tbo other as myself. After skipper, at
whioh I -'astonished several by .eating'
rather more heartily than young ladies
generally dor we bad more danoing, and
L bintcd pretty strongly to Dir. iiimby
that I should like to try auothor waltz.
Finding it rather dry amusement to
danoo with my own kind, 1 Boon aban
doned that plcoauro, and persuaded Jen
nio to stroll off into the moonlight with
me. Wo found tha, grove a obarming
place, full of -pidtureBque little ooruors,
and rustic eoatSj'i.and great grey tocks
loaning:: out over tho rivet.: On one of
theso latter a little bonch was plaoed, in
a nook sholtorcd from the wind and from
tight;' iij.'v-. j.w .! ". ii,,.
Uoro we sat nn the full i flood of the
mponlightj an 9 having just had dinner,
1. lolt wocdertuliy mi need ot a oigar.-
Accordingly, I went toe little-'stand near
the'baltaOooiiaod ptlrohsaed several from
tha 'wondering 'Woman who sold refresh,
mentai!;. Thai tetqrning : to- tha -seat. by
the rooks, I gavd op alii tears of Ithe in-
oonito,nin9 revoled in the pleasures of
BOMtudm-tfcan rragranoe o myi o.gar-t
the ndooorightw-ind tittle Jbnnie'a prbi
enoe.,,1',ii'',''' ''i' h''iai nl'iu mmil
i How long- weisat' tkeroi, Heavni only
Jcnows-iUWoi talked, land laughed, and
Silng, nnd lookb n Bach othere eyes,
and told fortunoe, end 'performed all the
onseniioal operations oommoo amongst
yoiing peoples jtnt falling ih love (with
each otheeyJiMO might; bavet' remained
there until the month of August, lin tat
'year of leur Lord eiahtteon! hundred and
filty-eiyon,'. for! aught J know-, hgd aot
tne loamager Deeni sont 10 ocmvsy us
botno, and the rest of the oompaoy began
to wondei where we were;,;, -i 2,11.1
",i iThis wonder begat qntstibns, the ques
tloes lean, had the' foars a search, head
ed bv the vallttnt BimbT. ' Ther 'tailed.
end looked, and listened, but our position
down 1 tho' aholtorad nook among ,tho p
, "XUat's JHe," ...
' We heard a 'good 'story of a ''pert"
y.OBngster,- whose ; existenooxin this por
tion of the moral vineyard would extend
over the period pf , flvo Ipng, long years.
His 'mother, expecting (b receive coror-
pany, had 'fixed hint np to Ootly,"arj.
ranging bis hair and. attire -it Dly a
mother can. A&aortof finiehipg toiich
she sprinkled on his clothing and band
kerohiof a few drops of "Jockey Club,"
greatly to tbo; youngster'tf dclighlf' lib.
went round, puffiog and snufiiog'1 tike a
wild deer when , the hunter opprbachep
bim. Tbo visitors arrivine,ho was con
signed t6 thec'aro of a servant, but man
aged to escaps from hef, and bounced
into .the parlor,' -proud of his nppcirance
and proud of bis. pcrfumo.. Ho! wbet
through the. regular amount of . kissing
and petting like a hero, but, to his aston
ishment, ' no ono ' seemed to' ' hotlco the
"Jockey f Olub;"' though he 'waved 1 his
handkerchief that their! fnbBes! jnigbt
catch the :fragranoe. IJuaiaa mature',
fivo years bid, could't stand that, yon
know, so he brekb out with:' ''Folkses,
If any of you smells a smoll, that's tho.
-.Ohio titaictmanl 'r,i ol euisd ta-.u
:,-'.' in ,1 "' rfr- .1:1',- h I
, lrTh Radical t'hicaco. TriLunc sett
down tho fon'Southprn States ascertain
tbWt 243,060 toajority 'ftr-Granffldk
ydar.v - Good Ldl is the nigger Vote (bf
eely aufe.tbifjgttbefl Bads ftave to ge in
?, fV'eliV .wwo, I
' tw'e'asbeVtain the iual'itv'of a bell
by ringiog'if.11 Adungmari had Bbtter
learn the quphtie ofsnrellff qefore nng
ing her, u
i . rraiNTBR'a Dsvii'rain't goTn'g te
be!oalled.s; printet'i devil enytilonger-r
no njoro Jtn,'t,'. .eolajmed om; jBlibus.
ter, th othetrJay, m a tcrriblo puoke'r.
HI llWhll tkt.k t.all W ii1l'.-i.',1,xi'b!
- n a. Bim., n van T.U, UUJ, t
"Why, call me typOgrnphfoal pir1"(of
evil, if you pleasey-that's all I"
' ISy-Broathos there anion With soul aO
deadi-who nbVer'to niniself' hath eaiJ'f
I will jny local papw take-rbatb (or my
own and fpily's sake It-.Itoh, there
be,' let bim, repent and haVe tho paper
to'Him';bnt-itincl If heM'pastf'i'tafev
winter he in advance ihould pef the
' nrintep., f) I iiIniiH .v, i i-'e.) j
. . . v.b NOTWEL. i. If it IW.'M
TOHN Wi I4oELRAVY Jaffifps A,
J MoElravy, and CerolinpKflcEAraJ,
widow of Alexander MoElravy. deceassd,
will take notice that a petition' Was filed
against Ihem ob theSSrd day ofOetbber,
A. :D, 18G7, ., in the .Court of ; iCdtetnbn
Pleas within and for the County ff. Ash
land' and State of, Ohio, by Jsracl UfiSU
ravy,' Amelia Jinks, and1 'Alfred Jlpls,"
her husband, demanding partition' of The
following Real Kstate, eltaate' 1st- the
County of Ashland, in the Stato,of Ohio,
oeing ,the west part ot, the, Boutb. West
Quarter,of Sectio Sevpn 7), Township
twenty-ono (21 ) of Range Fifteen, (1ft),
containing seventy-'njne 79 V ' ioTtVM
iana- r -.rs- .it aw i war. wi
I Also, a port of -the Sown ob qattlsf
of seotion.cightcen ( 1 8), TBVnibip Jwen-ty-ono'(2l)
aod inge.tteet (l,am.
meneing on the section line thirty-eight
rods alid ten li'nks east of tbe borth'weat
corner of adid uarttt rtrthce east along
Iho section lint to the santh.eaaUdoriei
pf said McElravy'j land, thenogonjh to
thb center of. the road': tnenpoBOUth west
along tW'benW'br 'the road to'-fte forjti
of said ' road, 'to 'iheeo'ttret-bf Mshfl'bon-
veyd by James and Jilisabath'PocoejQitQ
Uhio .0. Jewkir)n on the.?d;dy,of,4nne,
A. D, 1305; thehoe North bast along tie
MoNnhan road and thb linb'of said ii
oorrrpyod to said. Ntwkirkj' tp th ptae
ofbtginpingi -eontaiptbg .fowteen,aoiet
and thirty eight rods of land,'whioh two.
tracts of land herein' dbstrrrbea 'wihff.wB.
ed aald oofcnpfoyija Atexaador lleKliarv
at tho tiise.of, hia deith, ind thatlAke
qower, w . inp, said ..Urofwe. Jleljiirfiy,
widow of the. said Alexander MbElravv.
cWcsadVbf assigned therein, awl at'tna.
October term of said Court Av D.SQT.
iuu sum israei lucn.iravy. jLsteua Jiedu.
and Al.friid;Jinkst her hnsbaadwilj ap.
ply" for ap 6;d0r t,hat partition, "may be
made of said praises 'ancj'sald dower aj.
signea tqeTcio. i n.v un ii-niw ,ijJiuw
lu.i ,',;j.i) iSRAFJi; MoELBAV?! '
r. j, d tmtemxa, wv
. . , , APFRED JINKS.
"By' J 17 Jonesf tbeif AM
Oot 23, Gwl8 . ""-J edl
'' I a.itr , hi, if tfiiirw- r: !'IT '
Ihew.syBBtomsit ftta Uit,imnunet
tMnety us f'thttightrhBdjs Ayi(
Fills, and drive out tha humors rir Ibt
blood, and let the fluids move bi bSobBfruct
ledlt, la kealth-.iiShay itliaiiiJmkhii'fkaii
aetvpin itssif d tatnreoatMiiis;,
iroowg nnerjl ra4iqix, s?eriD44
derangement, Wills restore the natural a-?
lio!h jtrt4l M4''1tltk4totWPM'PjM
id many ti we uaep wi m, ffiigarpag
diseases. Tha same purgatiys sipalstkeSa,
ments. thev are surely, and manv or Ihsaa
rapldlyr rnlM'tty Ih.'Htim 4oMii?"k
whQ, owIlv;lJttW Alhsae Wt,w.i pi
leot to employ them when sufferlm Item tha
-disorders ihejr eursy sue k fistoD,,Tou,l
IndnrSBLion. Dar&nffflmfini of iW r.Uar. Fnm-
(ill, Iiropvt orm,(i8Hethi
token la large doses. . .. '
"They: in sugar 'ooWitl.'io'Uial'll't' zee
e09pjtrf take them asIji,ae thai pW
surely tha best purgative medicine yat (J't