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THE ASHLAND UNION, WEDNESDA Y- MORNING, NOVEMBER 27-
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J. M LASDIS , , , J. B. LAN SI 8
if. k.LAKDIS A BBO.. Editors-
ilhlaa, t i , i Sor. 37, IS 87.
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A dispatch to Eeadouarters Deuart-
Wnt of the Platte reports tbkt on the
ith inst, band of Indians attacked
nterttrtin, neat Fork Phil Kearney,
snd killed one man and wounded six,
and captured four wagons with goods. r
McCoy, the Steuben'ville murderer,
who' will be tenteneed to imprisonment
for life, lea grey headed man of sixty
years, tod is considered wealthy, being
tho owner of large traota of land in Ohio.
Iu It iathonght that, Cincinnati will be
selected as the place of meeting for the
'National Republican Convention, which
will probably ha tailed to- meet in May.
-'"Two hundred negroes' marched into
'Columbus, Mississippi, a few days since,
'and demanded bread and provisions. Tuey
.wen disarmed by the military.
1 ' The Jndians in the West predict an on
nioally early winter, and a sevore one,
with an unusual depth of snow. They
giro u a reason far this last, that the
utnmn Was excessively dry, and what
:mt did not get it rain we shall in snow.
Vje majority of Marshall, Radical
candidate for Governor of Minnesota, is
fl,364. ' i ;
' " 'Cleveland went wild over Weston.
'Nearly the whole population turned out
Negro Soffrago was defeated in Min
nesota by 6,248.
Democratio majority in New Jersey,
Vrtficiel, is 16,354.
Intelligence has been received in Lon
don of tfce safety of Dr. Livingstone, the
celebrated traveller and explorer.
'Richard O'Oorman, the well known
Irish patriot, died recently in Dublin,
aged eighty six years.
I, The Montreal Gazette advises the peo
"fit so (he frontier to keep a sharp look
I'jigaiaai'Feaiaa raids. ,,
A ladies' base ball elnb near Cold-fater,'-'.
Michigan, played a game last
- week. On of the plajers over-exerted
herself and died ia three days after.
, ,'. Mount Vesuvius is again ponringsforth
vlmmeas volumes of fire, in seven dig.
A man oa Tuesday of last Week wa'lked
, from,, Erie to Dunkirk, for a wager of
i' $280, fitty two miles, ia eleven hours and
'jBfty-foor minutes. : His friends offer to
bc(c him. with $5,000 that ho will walk
'mlles In twenty-four,
oifi Another missionary, the Rev. W. J.
. Baler, aa English Wetfleyan, has been
' killed and eaten by the cannibals of the
''Jet pea. Islands. They finished their
ljnl with fix native Christians.
The New York Tribune says "the Re-,-fttblican
party, thank God, is bound to
ig tandei vnlesi it sticks to Negro Suf
frage."; 1 Wo' may add, what is still bet
j 'ter, tht ths Republican party, thank
God, ia bound logo under, whether it
i sticks to negro suffrage or not.
l! A' squad of fifty prisoners in the pen.
llcnliary at Nashville, while returning
..rom work under guard on Monday even-
c lag, made a eenoerted break to escape.
i''After a hot pursuit by the guards and
i promiscuous shooting at tbe flying fngi-
ciiVes, they were all eaptnred exeept six,
trlio:eseaped. ' Two were badly wounded.
p'i ' . :'. .
rw,ftaite an excitement was occasioned at
'fit,' Albans, Vt., on the 19th by the arri-
,vI of two oar loads of fire imi address
: t ied to. Peter Ward, a notorious Fenian.
jjh. guns were met at the depot by a
(poase,of men snd soon removed for stor
General Sherman telegraphs that ho will
"'Wiij Washington about the first of De
oember, when he Will be at onee appoint
ei lo.aa Important duty there, but in
what position the President does not an
nounc 'It is believed that he will take
the WarOffioe. ' ' ,
The snow-drifts in some parti of Con
necticut quite covered the fences a few
daysago. ' ' '
- Senator Reverdy Johnson has prepared
Vsj jirgmnonl to" show that the President
Vetsnol be suspeeded from office pending
j.a.Uial of Impeachment, and that he oan
ikesoavisted oaly on charge of treason
. iiit The drenghi in Western New York
' $ti$Vi. ad threatens serious eonre-
doeaoest , Wells have failed that new
'jhtleefor', and there ia scarcely a cis
. .nam betwoes Syracuse and the 8tate lint
Malt 'contains an water.1' Bom of the
-On Uiiiimi i.. l' l , . -( ,
Jtarssjrie bbliged to go three nle in
er'trfbbtaSd Water for Utehetf and ta-
vV"'! '" ' :
'('EiprMidn Buchanan, who is very
Jebiq kulome In ' Lancaster, Pa., is
AM tfimtotod to live through the winter.
. iim'&b sapposcd ehlefs of the band that
- 'Bids' and tit in. circulation tbe spurious
'au'i"".; . . "w :
dmi pv1aJMMlarta in w,wcr
Where the headquarter were,' Oth
M WWMlMk"W are jprobably
svaptdrel bj this time: The are al) very
. flliO' . VII if
The Southern Demooratio Rebellion.
We copy the following from the Cleve
land Leader of Saturday last :
We believe in calling things by their
proper names. Heretofore the Southern
Democratic Rebellion has simply been
called tbe "Southern Rebellion," the
"Great Rebellion," &o. The truth of
history demands that the rebellion should
be oalled by its proper name, which is
(hi) "Southern Democratic Rebellion."
Tbe Southern Democrats, aided by the
sympathies of the Thurmans the Val-
Iandiehams the Vorhees the Sey
mours, and the rest of the pro rebel por
tion at the Democratie party Worth, star
ted and inaugurated the rebellion, which
resulted in 18,000 Union prisoners being
starved to death, the loss of about one
million of lives, the destruction of sever
al hundred millions of property and the
establish men t ot our present national
debt. Not a aolitarv Rennblican ever
fired upon tbe flag whieh was fired at by
over a million of Southern Democrats.
The Rebellion was exclusively a Demo
oratio affair. Hereafter we shall speak
of it aa the great "Southern Demooratio
jveoemuu. - "
Suppose yoa do, Mr. Leader A lie
well stuck to will do as well as the truth
for a Radioal thief and.highway-man.
For more than thirty years your party bad
been stealing niggers, and trying to incite
those that remained with their masters
to insurrection, murder and incendiarism,
and because tbe Southern people resent
ed Ihose insults and thefts, you assume
that it was a Demooratio Rebellion 1 1
When a Fugitive Slave law was passed,
your party repudiated and nullified it by
passing personal liberty bills in nearly all
the Northern States, defying the United
States authorities, and making it a crim
inal offense to enforce a National law I
At that period, State rights was the cry
from ten thousand Radical throats, and
defiance was the watchword from every
Abolition leader 1 Now, there can be no
greater offense against common sense and
"loyalty" than to talk of State rights and
State laws. When the 8outh bad borne
these insults and defiances as long as for
bearanee would permit, and when tbey
asked a redress of their grievances, or
they would' defend their liberties at all
hsiards, we find your Gbiilitb and
Bank exolaimlng, let the wayward sis
ters go ; let the Union slide ; and the
Leadir followed in the wake. Thus en
oounged, the South did make the at
tempt to go. Then it was, that the en
tire Republican party denkd that the war
was for freeing- the slaves, or for subju
gation ; but asserted) by Congressional
resolution, that the war was to enforce,
the laws ; and, also, declared that, when
the rebellious States laid down th sir
arms and submitted, they should resume
their places inthe Union, with all their
rights unimpaired, Every feature of that
resolution has been shamefully and per
fidiously violated. Yoa converted the
war into a "nigger war," after deceiving
the Northern people as to its intent.
You now tell the country that the South
is subjugated, and that Congress holds
the lives of her people and their proper
ty at its mercy, that Congress has the
right to confiscate every dollar of their
property, and take the life of every per
son who engaged in the rebellion, If they
choose to do so. Was there ever perfidy
more damning in tbe history rf man f
And yet, you have the impudence to
onarge upon tne Democratic party the
horrors of Andersonville, when yon know
that Stanton would not exchange pris
oners when informed that ours were star
ving in a country destitute of food, caus
ed by the raids of our own soldiers ! The
death of every soldier at Andersonville
rests upon the perjured souls of vour
Stahtons and Beast Butlebs I
And after six years of the most stu
pendous stealing and extravagance that
ever cursed any people upon the face of
the earth, you propose to charge the De
mocracy with all your stealing and mur
der 1 The four thousand millions of debt
that is now grinding the vitality oat of
the American people, is a Demooratio
debt, is it f We hnrl the lie into yonr
teeth I We hold yonr thieving party re
sponsible for the debt. The Amerioan
people are already beeping curses upon
your false and perfidious party. Its very
name begins to stink in the nostrils of all
decent men. The people are oonvinced
that you never intend to restore the Un
ion. Tbey know that yon intend to keep
the National debt hanging over their
beads for the next five hundred years.
Tbey know that if yoa are continued in
power, they will be eaten np with limit
less taxation; and they are resolved to
send yoa bowling to your own plaoo.
V I ' !' 1 1 ;
' What it Costs. '
: -.The report of General Gbaict, as Sec
retary of War, k published. He esti
mates the cost of the army for the fiscal
year coding June 80, 1867, at something
less than $8,000,000. ,,-.....;.
, General Grant will be forty-six yean
of age on the 27th day of April next
'' In tbe barniog of a boose in Montreal,
on Monday last; a man, bis wife, and two
cbiiaren, were burnt to death .., wh
asleep. -r r. u' ,;-.?.
Gold closed Saturday at 140. " i
The second session of XLth Congress
began on Thursday last, with a full at
tendance of members in both Houses.
In the Senate, Sumner introduced tbe
first bill, which was one for the better
protection of negroes in the District, of
Columbia. This bill was passed at the
last session and rent to the President for
his approval, but was not returned, ren
dering it necessary aeain to pass it. Mr.
Edmunds offered a joint resolution de
claring that the publie debt, except when
otherwise specially provided, is owing in
coin, or its equivalent, and pledging the
publio faith to its payment accordingly.
The House devoted most of the day 4o
a desultory and partisan debate upon mo
tions to swear in the members from Ten
nessee, all but one of whom were
admitted to seats, tbe olber beine"Vler
red to the Committee. The Judioiarfl
Committe were, allowed until Monday to
report on the impeachment matter. .
Both Houses adjourned nntil Monday
Collision on II. and D. K. II.
Fearful Logs of Life,
At an early hour yesterday there was
a rumor afloat in tbe city that a fearful
accident had occurred on the Cincinnati.
Hamilton and Dayton Railroad, and this
rumor was presently conformed, and, as sll
accidents of a similar character are, it
was exaggerated tenfold over the actuali
ty. However, the reality was sufficient
ly fearful, and tbe reader who may be
tbe most opposed to sensational journal
ism, will fully agtee, ere be gets to the
end of the narrative, that the term hor
rible will not bo out of place.
TUX OACBB OF THE DISASTER.
'The pilot on ths engine of a freight
train broke down about a quarter ot a
mile oeyend liocmana, a snort time pre
vious to the regular time of the arrival
at that station of the Atlantic and Great
Western express train. A flagman was
immediately sent baok, who succeeded in
stopping the above ears, but in an inter
val of sixteen minutes it was known that
the accommodation train from Hamilton
was due. Conductor Bliter, of the ex
press train, immediately dispatched a
messenger with a warning signal to in
tercept the Hamilton train, which com
prised twelve baggage ana two passen
ger cars. He met tbe train about the
third of a mile from the bridge, where
the disabled engine of the baggage train
was being repaired.- - At that particular
point there is a curve in the. road, and a
descending grade, but the signals being
at onoe observed, the engine was re
versed, the men sprang to tbe brakes,
and, we are informed upon reliable au
thority, that every mease and appliance
were put forth to stop the train. This
was at fifteen minutes to six ; the morn
ing was damp and foggy, and the misty
atmosphere had made the rails wet and
slippery. The engine was reversed, and
the men strained every nerve at the
brakes, but In vain ; onward sped the ill-
omened train, tbe beavy freight ears up
on the down grade bearing onward the
belching, fiery engine until the collision
being inevitable and hopeless, the engin
eer and fireman sprang from the fatal
At this time the passeneers in the
sleeping cars of the express train, having
oecn notinea that tbey were within
twelve miles of Cincinnati, had arisen
and were making preparation for their
arrival in tne city. At iiayton tbe tram
bad been augmented with three cars
from the Dayton and Miohigan Railroad,
consisting of a baggago, passenger and
sleeping-car. In this latter were four
sisters, named Sallie, Raohel, Anna and
Mary Morgan, Southern ladies, and rcsi-
dents ef New Orleans but more of this
anon. Tbey were dressed and were anx
iously awaiting the arrival at the depot.
when, through the foggy atmosphere, the
reflection of the Franklin engine, of the
Hamilton train, was seen in fearlul prox
imity. Too late to escape, onward it
came, and then the terrible, tbe fearful
and inevitable orash.
The destruction - dealine Franklin
plunged, plowed, and tore its way half
through tbe llllated sleeping-car wherein
tne nntortunate sisters were quietlv
awaiting the termination of their journey.
in an instance tbere arose a terrific
soream. Tbe oars in Iront were huddled
together, crashing and tearing Into each
other, while the ocenpants were tumbling
and escaping from them in the wildest
The catastrophe occurred at a spot
where tbe road was elevated, and upon
eaoh side there is an abyss of some twen
ty feet. &ach passenger-car six in num
berfour belonging to the Eastern train,
ana tne two eonneoted with tbe Dayton
and Michigan Road, were shivered, or as
a gentleman in one of tbe forward . ex
press cars stated to us, the leading pas
senger oar encased that in which he was
like a telescope.
Meanwhile, the lamp, filled with kero
sene-oil, which illuminated the reflector
of the Franklin, exploded, scattering a
fiery fluid around, and ia at instant the
wbole wss enveloped in tames. Here
the scene was terrifie those who were
fortunate, to esoape from the doomed
train little reeked tbe nrccimtous em.
bankment; and il was indeed a rush for
life, but in (be oar ia tbe rear tbere was
a tradgedy enacted, whioh eurdles the
blood to think of. Aa the engine of the
Hamilton accommodation train scattered
fire and destrnotion around, the death
soream of the four Ill-starred sisters wss
heard. - A ..; -..-a ' ;,: , ,
But one, however, was scea at tbe win
dow, head, arms and bosom protndlng,
ia a struggling effort to free herself from
the horrible fate, One strong man
prang to her rescue and grasped her
shoulders io vain. Two more, incited
by his example, and notwithstanding that
the flashes were lioking the side of .the
car and belebioB worn the windows, rush
ed to her aid still id vain. ' ; Itjeemcd
as if their united efforts would pull her
frsgile body in twain. "For God's sake,
save me," she slSieked, but the aether
extremities were so jammed that they
coma not exirioato ner. ' Tbe Bamca
played above her head and settled upon
her luxurious fiair. -
Another fefriul struggle and thev burst
forth frem the aperture, and her would
be preservers fell backward ; a last agon
ised scream, and all was hushed save the
hissirjf the steam, the roar of the fire
and the subduta hum of the horrified
spectators. -.- -
About this time a yoqng man, whose
surname-we Jhve learned was Jaokson,,
trom Boston, Massachusetts, and who
escaped from one of the forward oars,
made bis way into that oooupied by tbe
sitters with the heroic intention of sav
ing thetn from' the fiery ordeal, but be
ieii Tiuum ia ma ocivamo spirit, ana
hi charred retrains tell the sorrowful
tale of bjis sad, but heroio fate.
, ..' . 'THE PEAD. j
The above fiv unfortunates constitute
the only fatal, casualties. The four sis
Mrs were neon a pleasure tour to the
North. They, jwere highly cultivated
Southern ladjjw, and in one of their
trunks Was found letters of credit from a
responsible merohant Of New Orleans,
named Harrow, who, it seems, is their
brother-in-law. There was also a letter
from General Beauregard, commending
them to the superintendents and conduc
tors over the various railroads which they
might take in their tour. Some time
previous to the stoppsge of the train they
had arranged for their baggage to be re
cheeked to Louisville, whero they said
they expected to meet some of their rela
tives; and they appeared in high spirits
at the prospeot of a speedy return home.
As soon as possible a telegram was sent
to New Orleans, apprising their relatives
of their tragioal fate.
Some thirteen persons were more or
less injured, but none seriously.
BEMABKS AND INCIDENTS.
For fully one hundred yards where the
collision took place, the scene is a com
ploto wreck of the iron work and other
unoonsumable material ot the wrecked
cars. Hardly a splinter of wood is left,
and so fierce was the fire that tbe window-glass
was fused. Tbe ties upon tbe
railroad were charred, and a coppice up
on the left side of tbe train was set on
fire. . A more disastrous spectacle we
have rarely witnessed, and we pray to
Heaven that; we may never look upon its
like again. ! ...
Among the. debrii two gold watches
were picked up, undoubtedly the proper
ty of the unfortunate sisters. These are
in the possession of Mr. McLaren, the
We also learn that a man pioked np
twenty-five twenty-dollar gold pieoes, but
he could not be ionnd. There is ao
question that immediately succeeding the
terrible disaster, the human sharks were
busily hunting for spoils. The Franklin
engine was a wreck, but no person on
the Hamilton train were injured. Alto
gether, it is one of the most disastrous
railroad accidents that has occurred in
this immediate vicinity for many years.
THE VICTIMS. ,
The charred remains of the dead were
brought to the city in the afternoon, and
an inquest will be held this afternoon, in
tbe course of whioh there will, doubtless,
be a searching investigation as to the
cause oi the oatastrophe, and where the
culpability, if any, exists. Enquirer.
is now in receipt of hi
Fall Stock !
GENTS. FURNISHING GOODS !
which he is selling as low as the lowest.
His Goods are mado up equal to cus
tout work, and will be sold at price that
ean not fail to suit all who favor him with
their patronage. Fit guaranteed in all
eases. Give bim a call. One door East
of the old Stone Corner.
Nov. 20, vol22n22tf. ,
R. M. Zovii, sncoeisor to 0. P. Bowley',
In the City Book Store, has oa hand large
stook of Stationery &e, r . '
Messenger 'a Notice.
mniS is to gWe notioe that on the 8th
I day of November, A. P., 1807, a warrant
inb&nkruptOT was issued against the estate
of H. M. Hickok of Ashland, ia the
County of Ashland, and State of Ohio, who
has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own
petition ; that the payment of any debts and
iellvery of any property belonging to luoh
baakrupt, to him, or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by him is forbidden
by law ; that ameeling of the creditors of
aid bankrupt, to prove their debts, and
choose sne or more assignees of his estate
will be held at a Court of Bankruptcy, to be
holden at Mansfield, Ohio, before Henry C.
Hedges, Esq., Register, on the 26th day of
November, A. D. 18(17, at 9 o'tloek A.M.
8. 0. BRINLEV,
Deputy V. S. Marshal, as Messenger.
R. M. Campbell. Att'y for Petitioner.
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HOT1CE is hereby that a petition will be
presented to the Commissioners of Ash
County, Ohio, at their next session, to
be held on the Brst Monday or December, A
D. 1867, praying for the alteration of a part
of the County road leading from Loudonville
to Petersburg, in said County, aa follows:
Bezinulng at a point where the road orosses
the Pittsburgh, ft. Wayne A Chicago Rail
way, near and weat or tae railway citation, at
Loudonville, tnente norm w a point near me
dwelling house of William Campbell on the
South-west quarter of section (86) thirty-six,
Township (20) twenty and range (10) sixtaen
In said County, thenoe North-westwardly in
a strait line through the lands of William
Campbell and Aaron Kindle to intersect the
said road at the North.west eorner of the
aforesaid quarter section.
. ' i . llslNY PETITIONERS
wal8. . , , i :
Pittsburgh, Port Wayno ft Chioa-
f y- jo Railroad. '
On and after OotobeV 20, 1807. trains will
leave Stations daily (Sabbaths exoepted), as
follows. Trains leaving Chioago at 4 P. M.,
leaves, daily. '
TRAINS GOING WE8 T-
Stations. Exp'ss Exp'ss Exp' Hxp'ss
Pittsburgh, 8,46am rU,80am 2,16pm 2,00am
Rochester, 8,16am 10,40am 8,8Cpm 8,10am
Salem 10,83am 12,20pm 6,88pm 4,68am
Alliance ' 11,40am 1 06pm 6,30pm 6,85am
Canton 12,87pm 1,40pm 7,17pm 6,18am
Massillon 12,67pm 2,03pm 7,80pm 6,86am
Orrviile 1,86pm 2,40pm 8,18pm 7,08am'
Woooter 2,10pm 8,12pm 8,40pm 7,86am
Mansfield 4,06pm 6,00pm 10.14pm 9,07am
Crest Wr. 4,45pm 6,80pm 10,46pm 9,86am
line, Jde. 6,00am 6,10pm 11200pm 10,00am
Buoyrus 6,85am 6,40pm 11,60pm 10,29am
Up Sand'ky 7,16am 7,22pm 12,28am Il,06am
Forest 7,49am 7,65pm 12,68am 11,86am
Lima - 9,11am 9,10pm 2,16am 12,45pm
Van Wert 10.84am 10,20pm 2,80am 1,62pm
Ft. Wayne 12,20pm 11,46pm 6,20ana 8.80pm
Columbia . ,1,10pm 12,80am 6,04pm 4,15pm
Warsaw . 2.00pm 1,21am 6,54pm 6.06pm
Plymouth 8,00pm 2,25am 7,61pm 6,00pm
Valparaiso 4,86am 8,67am 9,27pm 7,85pm
Chicago 7 OOnm 6,60am 11,20pm 9,20pm
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Station. Exp'ss Exp'ss Exp'ss Exp'ss
Chioago 7,20am 10.2Opm 4,60pm 4,80am
Valparaiso 9,04am 12,80am 6,27pm 7,00am
Plymouth 10-85am 2,4.1am 8,10pm 8,45am
Warsaw :11,88am 8,60am 9,01pm 0,47am
Columbia 12,19pm 4,60am 9,44pm 10,87nm
Ft Wayne l,25pm 6,10an 10,80pm 11,85pm
Van Wert 2,80pm 7,23pm ll,8Gpu 1,12pm
Lima 8,82pm 8,27pm 12,84am 2,27pm
Forest 48!'pm 9,46pm 1,41am 3,64pm
Up Sand'ky 6,03pm 10,lCpm 2,00am 8,24pm
Buoyrus 6.88pm 10,60pru 2,44am 6,11pm
Crestlar. (1,06pm 11,20pm 8,10am 6,60pm
line, jde. 6,26pm 11,60pm 8,20am 6,00am
Mansfield 6,67pm 12,li3pm 8,48am 6,8tiam
Woostor 8,40pm 1 4:1pm 6,16am 8,22am
Orrviile 9,07pm 2,06am 5.40am 8,55pm
Massillon 9,43pm 2,85nm 6,13am 0,39pm
Canton 10,04pm 2,62am 0,88am 10,00pm
Alliance 11,01pm 8,86am 7,80am 11,15pm
Salem - 11,32pm 4,04pm 7.67am ll,49nm
Roohesler 1,26am 6,40pm 9.40am 2,16pm
Pittsburg 2,80am 6,45pm 10,45am 8,40pm
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warrant in bankruptcy was issued against
tho estate of George Winbiglor, of Jer
omevillo, in the County of Ashland and
State of Ohio, who has been adjudged a
bankrupt on bis own petition; that' ths
payment of any debts and dolivery of any
property belonging to such bankrupt, to
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that a meeting of the creditors of said
bankrupt, to prove their debts, and choose
one or more assignees or .his estate, will
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holden at Man&fiold, Ohio, boforo H. C.
Hedges, Esq., llegister, on tho 25th day
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; November 13, 1867-2w2l '-
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In the DiBtriot Court of the United
States, for the Northern District
of Ohio, as.
In tbe matter of "i '
Henry -Cooper V In
At Cleveland, in the laid DUlrict, en
the IM day of November, A. D. 1867.
Northern Dittrict of Ohio, si.
TAe notioo that a petition has been
filed, in said Court, by Henry Co6fer, of
Jeromevillo, in the County of AshJand,
In said District, duly declared Bank
rupt under the Act of Congress of March
2d, 1867, for a discharge, and a certifi
cate thereof, from all his debts end other
claims provable: wider seAd. Act, and that
the 18th day of December next, at 10
n'olock A. M., is stsitjncd for the hear
ing of the same,' - when whImwWo yom
may attend and show cause,'' ifl'sv yoa
have, why the: -prayer of 'the Sid Pe
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Tou will also take notice that the sec
ond and third meetings f Creditors,
required- by the 27th and -88th sections
of said Act, will be held by order of said
Court on the 16th day of December, A.
D- 1867, at 10 o'clock, A.M. at Mans
field, in said District, bclore H. C. Hedg
es, Esq., one of, (he. Registers of Kid
Clerk of the Diutriet Court
To the Creditors of said Bankrupt. .
In the District Court of the-'United
States, for the Northern Distrfct
of Ohio, 88, ,
In the matter of . 1 ' ' ' '
Andrew M. Boyd in Bankruptcy. : ,
At Cleveland, in lin tniA f),'..V
i 10A day of November, A. jD..18C7
Northern District of Ohio, as. "
Taka nnllnj, Itiat a nattllnn V.. vUH fel..
in said Court by Andrew M. Boyd, of Jer-
uuievu'i!, in me louwy .or Abhiana in saia
District, duly deolared a Bankrupt under the.
Act of Congress of March 2nd, 1867. for
djsch arge, and a certificate thereof, from- alt
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a M . ., m.. iui,v u mmtA ni-,i ...
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the transfer of any property by him is for
bidden by law ; that a meeting of the credi
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Hedges, Esq., Register, on the 26th day of
November, 4. J. )9U7, at 10 e'oloek A. M.
; v. , 8. 0. BRINLEY, t
.. ,. Deputy 0. fl. Marshal, as Messenger,
B. M . Campbell, Att'y for Petitioner .
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