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J: SHKRTDAK, . . . .Editor.
', ASHLAXD,- WEDNESDAY, FEB. 7, 1855.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
- VllXUn JHEDICJC., of Fairfield.
TOM LrKUTEIIABT OOVlnHon,
JADES 9ITEUS, f Lacai.
- roB jvnu or this iir?ti couar,
TTIIXIAn KCKHO!l. f Btln
BUBDUT B..WAUDEM, of I l
rom ACDrroa or state,
WW. D, nOBGAK, af ClBmkin.
. -, xt OI TUIU or iTATC,
JOHN BKESLIH. erf Seneem.
m iKiiiAti orrriTt,
triLUllS TBETITT, of Frank.Ua
TOB, iTTOBIT CKBTEKAI., -
' QEOBOE IT. AfcCOOK, )f JelferMB.
for mzkiea or ym boabd or ruiuc wokki,
3 ABIES n. ITEEOnAH, f LmcM.
. JE2" Joseph BunxE3 Esq., of Trunl
. bul County has bean appointed Warden
j tne unio ireutentiary.
IO TEE BEADEBt
Our editorial this week is rather scarce,
nvriri( to nnr intention to leave the
; Clerk's office. We are full convinced
that oar interest, as -well as oar readers,
require that we should devote our whole
time to the Union, and, accordingly,
- -are are busily engaged closing np our
business. We have honestly came to
the conclusion, that holding office is no
" great shakes after alL Yet w are
no believer in what the son wrote to his
' Father, that in this country, " almighty
mean men get office." We leave the
-,' Clerk'a office in the hands of one every
way qualified to do its duties. We
- - make no boast, but we simply say to those
who may " believe in a hereafter that
the Union will be a much better paper
than it has heretofore, although, judg
' iug from the voluntary increase of its
" subscription' list, we think it has been
duly appreciated. . . .
Just now, all are enjoying the excel
lent sleighing. Horses, old and young,
" are "going it" while they can. Fast
horses and " fast " young men,, are off
at the rate of 2:40 on the Snow Sleigh
ing parties are at a discount, there hav-
ing been a trifle too much of the " good
: thing." .
Speaking of sleighing reminds us of
that grand sleigh ride to the " Eternal
City," and of the rare accommodations
to be had at the Borne Inn, kept by Mr.
- Footjc The " beauty and chivalry "
" of Ashland werTgathefed theream! had"
- very brilliant -iiop decidedly the best
. of the season.
Twera a loag tara to tell
- -Oftha dancers, and dressesynod who was tha
- - belle : '
: Bat each was s happy, aad all wera so fair,
That atght stole away, and tha dawn caughL
tbeai there .' .
We made up our mind as to who was
tht Bell of the gay eompany, but shall
v not particularize. All enjoyed it well
except the maiden lady who enquired
" who is Ollafod, Jr. ?" This, to-
; gether with the Orchestra, " made Rome
howl ' ,n and threatened her with another
'r ". immaeulate conception " when the rid
; die u solved who is Ollapod, Jb. ?"
- Item. It is " mooted round " by one
of the gentlemon, that there was quite a
flow of wit and poetry came from the
. red lips and black eyes in the frorjt end
of the twenty- passenger sleigh. He is
willing to bet on HI
XZ3T A whole sleigh load of the ma
trons of Ashland, paid our city a visit
on Tuesday last. We commenced count
ing them but gave it up, as they were
bo good looking that we could never get
above six.- From the looks of the moth
ers, Ashland must have some blooming
daughters, whom we hope will follow the
example set, and pay Wooster a visit
daring the present excellent sleighing
in- eompany with their beaux. How
ard's Hall would be-at their service for
one 'evening' and we have some genial
"""""spirits that would join them ia the mer
ry mazes of the dance. Wayne County
Truly appreciating the proffered hos
pitalities of our sister, we would venture
to remark . that the " blooming daugh
ters " and " beaux " of Ashland, are of
too decidedly a literary cast to visit a
town where Johnny Booker can get a
House, and Bayard Taylor cannot an
invitation! Yet we have no objections
meeting the people of Wooster village,
ia the " merry mazes of the dance ."
' a m
JC5T The Catholic Almanac for 1855
gives the following statistics of the Bo
man Catholic . Church in the United
States : There are 7 Archbishops ; 23
Bishops; 2 Vicars Apostolic; 1,704
Priests, and 1824 Churches, showing
the increase the past year to have been
t2 Bishops; 120 Priests, and 1 12 Church
es. - There are also 698 Missionary Sta
tions; 28 Colleges; 117 Female Acad
emies, and 37 Thclogoieal Seminaries
Christian Jews. The number of
Christian Jews in the world is estimated
by one of their number at 15.000, of
whom, he says, several hundred are in
the United States, many of them occu
pyinig highly respectable positions as
merchants, elergymen, and physicians.
A convention of Christian Jews is to be
bsld in New York next May.'
"Axii Things to All Men." We
eali the especial attention of our read
ers to the following:
The Baltimore Patriot says that by
modification of its rules, Catholics,
native-born, are admitted into the JKnew
Jfotb ing order in Baltimore."
I The New York Musical Reviews
(Published by Mason Brothers) has
entered npon its sixth year with rencwe
ed vigor and bright hopes for the future.
Hereafter, it will contain the usual sup
ply of news, critoism, and gossip, and
four pages of music in each issue ; and
in addition, there will be published ia
each number a few chapters of a work
by Lowell Mason, Esq., the celebrated
professor of musio, in which it is design
ed to embody the result of his long and
careful study, odservation, and experi
ence in music teaching ; to form, in fact
a complete guide-book or manuel for
music teaching. The lively interest in
music which Mr. Mason has always ex
hibited ; his active, continued, and suc
cessful efforts in popularizing its study
in schools and among the people; his
extended opportunity for testing the
value and workings of various methods
of musical instruction, abroad as well as
at home ; and especially his well-known
tact and preeminent success as a practi
cal teacher, warrant us. in believing that
he will produce a work of high and per
manent value. This feature is a novel
and important one, and many will doubt
less consider it alone worth more than;
the dollar, which Tbb Musical Review
costs. Hew York Tribune.
Tee Cost or the War. The leading
English journals complain bitterly of
the cost of the war. The London Times
gives the total expenses for twelve months
at eichtv millions of dollars. For the
present year, . the expenditure will be
still greater, unless peace should be de
clared. The calculation is that at least
one hundred millions wilt be necessary,
and with the best view of the subject, at
least fifty millions of dollars must be
raised annually, as long as the war may
last, either by an appeal to ' tho money
market, or by doubling the rates upon
the tax -payers. '
JES" Among the obituatry notices in
the English papers is that . of Lieut Gen.
James Robertson Arnold, second son of
Benidict Arnold, the traitor, by his wife,
daughter of Chief Justice Shippen, of
Pennsylvania. Deceaced was a distin
guished officer of engineers, and made
himself considerable reputation for cour
age and military skill. Though he in
herited the name and blood of tho ba
sest traitor known to history, his own
acts have never been impugned.
A Governor in a Fracas. We learn
from the St. Pauls Ein nisotian of the
10th inst, that a man by the name of
Collins, an auctioneer of St. Pauls,
called on Governor Morgan, of Minnes
ota, upon business, in the course of
which an altercation ensued between
them, which was ended by the Gover
nor knocking Collins down. The affair
was to be judicially investigated before
a Justice of the Peace. - ;
Population ' or Pennsylvania. Ac
cording to the annual report of the Au
ditor General, tne number of taxable in
habitants in Pennsylvnia is 558,236.
Taking the ratio of 5i of the popula
tion to every taxable, the aggregate
number of persons in the State would
thus be 3,070,293. This, if a correct
estimate, ' shows an increase in the last
JEST Honolulu dates to the 9th of
Dec. states that the Hawaian govern
ment has issued a proclamation to stop
a threatened filibustering invasion. The
representatives of the United States,
England and France, have offered
prompt assistance' to put down the fili
busters. The . annexation treaty is
signed,-it is said, and awaits consumma
tion with the authorities at Washington.
Female Teachers for the West.
Governor Slado has issued a circular
statin? that his seventeenth class of
teachers to be sent to the West, under
the charge of the Board of National
Popular Education, will assemble at
Hartford on the 23d tf March next, and
leave for tho West on the 28th of April.
The Board have sent out to the West,
altogether, 394 female teachers.
,SciTCTLEa,"THB BaILROAD BOBBER
His whereabouts, The Jersey City
Telegraph says that there is no doubt
that Bob Schuyler is and has been seen
since he absconded in the town of Ber
gen, Passaio County. So ends the hum
bug story started by his friends, in or'
der to throw the police off the scent, that
he was about to purchase a pallace on
the river Rhine in Europe.
X3T"The bitterness of the London
Times on Lord Raglan, and the man
agement of the allied forces in the Cri
mea, is accounted for, the Boston Cron
tele thinks, by the fact that the war cor
respondent . of the Times was expelled
from the camp on account of alleged
misrepresentations made in his letters,
This correspondent Mr. Russell is
believed to be the author of the severe
editorials of the Times against the gov
ernment and the head of the army.
New Pattents to Cincinnatians.
Among the last patents granted at Wash
ington we notice the following:
Designs. Martin H. Crane, of Cin
cinnati, Ohio, assignor to Crane, Breed
& Co., of same place, for design for me
tallio coffins. "
Conrad Harris and Paul W. Zeiner,
of Cincinnati, Ohio, for design for coal
stoves. JG3-Henry Ward Beecher, a distin
guished Presbyterian preacher of New
York city, says that an honest man in
side of a Know-Nothing lodge has "the
peculiar advantage that flies have in a
spider's web; the privilege of losing their
leea. of buzzine without flying, and be
ing eaten at leisure by . Big-bellied spi
dert." - .'.?
1 Correspondence of tha Aihland Union.
FROM NEW TOBK. .
New York, Feb x3, 1855.
Several confectioners in this city and
Brooklyn - have . been sadly hoaxed of
late by a well -appearing lady ordering
for a large party and entertainment, of
the 'choicest and most expensive luxu
nries themarket affords prepared and
sent to her residence at a particular
hour in the evening. Upon reaching
the number designated, no such person
was known, no order given, or party ex
pected. Tho carterer had nothing to
do but pocket the loss and give his
friends a treat to " the fixins." All
she gained by tho movo appear to be a
few sweet meats she carried home as
samples. - . - -
Mayor Wood has thus far dono bet
ter than any other chief magistrate in
this city for many years. He has al
most entirely stopped the sale of liquor
on the Sabath, the city is becoming
clean the police seem to do their duty
better, and feel that they hare ahead,
one who is after them. He has opened
a " Complaint Book," which is a regis
ter of all sorts of grievances, which
keeps one man busy in recording them.
It seems a wonder it has not before been
opened. If tLe Mayor keeps on as he
has begun ho will bclio all his for-'
mer antecedents and hapily disappoint
good men. Other Mayors have been
engaged in other business and could on
Iy devote a portion of their time to their
official duties. Mayor Wood devotes
himself entirely to his duties, and seems
'determined to carry out the laws. I
verily believe if the Maine Liquor
Law is passed and goes into opera
tion, that Mayor Wood (who is a tem
perance man) will . enforco that . also,
while it remains a law and the Mayor
in power. If so, what a revolution we
should see in this city,' with her five
thousand grog shops and millions spent
in liquid pioson.
The Mayor has issued his edict
against gamblers and fortune-tellers.
McGuckin, the late teller of the Ocean
Bank, has been brought from the Tooms
and made to testify , against the "gambling-house
in Broadway and Warren
Gen. Almante, the Mexican Minister
at Washington, has entered" a complaint
against F. DeAreangois, late Mexican
Consul General, for returning $70,000
of commission out of the seven millions
of Dollars received from the U. S Gov
ernment deposited tor Mexico holding
that the Consul was entitled to no com
missions over and above his .salary of
$3,000 per annum.
The Steamer Massachusetts hag been
seized and brought back 'to her wharf
by the U. S. Marshall. Muskets and
amunition were found on board, and it
is supposed that she was bound oil a
fillibostering expedition and it is ru
mored that other vessels are preparing
for srmHar expedition. ' "Th'e Massa
chusetts formerly 'ran upon tneoound
between New York and Norwich. .
A Concert is to be given by the News
Boys next Wednesday evening, at the
Tabarnacle. . A rehcrsal took place last
evening at their lodging house. A
good work is going on among them'.
Many of these outcasts may yet make
The steamer Arago has just been
built to replace the Humboldt on the
line between New- York and Havre is
finished and ready for launching. $450,
000 and will carry 200 passengers. '
(For the Ashland Union.)
" ASHLAND CUl'KTV PIIIL.IIAK.
Af a meeting of the " Ashland Coun
ty Phil-Harmonic Society," held in the
town of Ashland, on Wednesday, Jan
uary 31st. Mr. George Philpot be
ing chosen . Chairman pro tern, and W.
H. H. Potter, Secretary! A Consti
tution was adopted, and in ' accordance
with its provisions the Society proceed
ed to elect officers for the ensuing year,
which resulted as follows, to wit :
George Philpot, of Sullivan, Presi
ident; E. T. Drayton, of Polk, Vice
President; W. H. H. Potter, of Ash
land, Secretary ; G. n. Topping, of
Ashland, Treasurer; Dr. I. L, Crane,
of Ashland, Chorister, ... - - T
There being no other business before
the Society, the remainer of the after
noon was occupied in Vocal Exercises.
On motion adjourned to meet at 7
o'alock this evening.
Society met at 7 o'clock, pursuant to
adjournment, when on motion
Resolved, That the Hallelujah" be
adopted for the nse of this Society.
After spending some time in Vocal
Exercises, on motion
Resolved, That the proceedings of this
meeting be published in each, of tne
County papers. ' .. '
On motion, adjourned to meet in this
place on Thursday, Feb. 15, at - 10
o'clock A. M.
W. H. H. POTTEB, SecJy.
N. B. All lovers of musio through
out the County, are respectfully invited
to attend. r
Small Notes. In England the small
est paper money, circulation they have
is the five pound note, equivalent to
about twenty-five dollars. In Franco
the smallest is equal to forty dollars in
federal money. Such a thing as small
bills is not known to either of these
governments. In our country some
people are thrown into spasms if you talk
about prohibiting from circulation small
Kill a And vet. if this was done, would
not the wages of the day laborer be more
uniform ana steady, tne tarmer nnu a,
hatter safcomard. the business man more
Acnritv and steadiness in the currency
he must employ, and would not banking,
by giving it more ox a commercial cuar
acter, become more honorable, and there
be les j temptation for dishonesty ? "
,. py The increase of population in
California this year has been about fifty
thousand. This, the San- Fraaoisoo
Herald ssys, will nerer do, . . f -
THE ASH LAND UNION.
Great Haul of Cleveland Counterfeiters.--Another
Cashier and Teller all In Jail.
With a praiseworthy determination to
unloose the tightness of the times by.
making . money plentier, several good
looking youpg men, and at least one
good looking jonng lady, have associated
themselves together without asking tho
special privileges of a Legislative char
ter, and have prepared at considerable
expense a large amount of pictured
promises to pay, duly signed and coun
tersigned, which ruthlessly have been
wrested front them bf Sheriff Spangler
and deputies and even they arrested and
put ia durance vile."
The officers have been some time on
trail of this gang, and yesterday, by
means of a Post Office trap, the resi
dence of the chief counterfeiter was
found to be in this city, at No. 28 Sco
ville street. His name is E. J. Somcrs,
alias J. D. Miner. The Sheriff and his
party went noisclcssely to his residenco
last night. A gentle tap by one of the
party, brought a very polite nice little
womau to the door, who Said Mr. Miner
was not in. In the mean tiuio Mr. M.
was making his exit out the back way,
and was arrested by one of the Deputies.
The besieging party then " pitched
in " to tho house, but found the inner
room containing Mrs. Miner and a Mr.
Rosccrants alura NichoTilocked and ad
mittance -refus.d. Thqjprdey waB given
to burst open the door, when it was
quickly opened by the lady.. Id the
stove was found a roaring fire, all of
new bank bills just put. in. Bosecrans
and the lady were seized, the room
searched, and about twenty tliousand
dollars of prettily printed bank bills, all
on Eastern banks, were found ready for
circulation, and a whole trunk full ready
to be filled out.
On Miner was found s letter from one
of the gang, ordering a large amount to
be remitted to him, as he was going east,
via Philadelphia and Baltimore, and
could put it off like hot cakes. A list
of retail dealers, customers from abroad,
who were patronizing this Wholesale
House in Cleveland, was also found. '
Tho three are in jail, and by aid of
tbe telegraph, no doubt other arrests in
other, parts of the country are ere this
This is a grand haul, and Sheriff
Spangler is entitled to -much credit for
the eelerity and neatness with which he
has despatched this job. Cleve. lain
Dealer. , . ' .
Pasiage of the French Spoliation Bill
In the House oi Sepresentativea.
The following were the yeas and says
in the House of Representatives upon
the passage of the Freneh Spoliation
Bill. It passed by a Vote of 1 10 in the
affirmative to 76 in the negative :
V Yeas Messrs. . Abercrombic, Aik-
ea,-Willis Allen(Lll.) Apphrton, Bayly
(Va.) Ball, Banks, Beloher, Bell, Ben
nett, Benson, Bliss, Bridget, Brooks,
Campbell Carpenter, (Jar others, Chan
dler, Chanberlain, Clingman, "Cook,
Corwio, Crocker, Uuition, Cutting, .Da
vis R. I!). De Witt, Dick. Dickinson,
Disney, Edmonds, Elliot (Mass), Ev-
erhart, Farley, Fenton, Flagler, Flor
ence, Franklin, Fuller, Gamble, Gid
diogsk Goodrioh Goodwin, Hasting, Ha-ven-IHll,
Howe," Hiyit, Ingersoll,
Jonps, (Pa.)r Koitt, Kerr, Kittredge,
MacDonald, McDougal, Mace, Macy,
-Matteson, Maxwell (La.), May, .Mea-
cham, Middles worth, .Morgan, Norton,
Pecker, Parker PecK," Peckham, Pen
nington,1 Phillips," Pratt, Preston. Pur-
year,' Beady, Beese, Kiddle, Robinson,
Rogers, Russell, cabin, beymour. bhow
er, Simmons, Stanton (Tenn.), Stanton
(Ky.), Stevens (Mich.) Stranb, Taylor
(Ohio); Thurston, Treut, Upham, Vaus
ant, Wade, Walbridge.- Walker. Wash
burne (I1L), Washburn (Me.) Wells,
Wentworth (111.), Wentworth (Mass.),
Westbrook, Wheeler, Yates, Zollikoffer.
" Nats Messrs. J. C, -Mien (111.),
Bartley (Ga.)' Barksdale, Barry, Ben
ton, Butrr, Caskie, Chastine, Cbrisman,
Cobb, Coquitt, Cox, Craige, Davis (Indjl
Dowson, Dunbar, Dunham, ruastman,
Eddy, Elliot (Ky.),' Ellison, English,
Etheridge. Faulkner Ooode Greenwood,
Hamilton, Harlan" GTT-Harlan (Ind ).
Harris ( Ala.V, ITaris (Miss.), Hendricks
Henn, Hibbard, Hillyer, Houston,
Johnston Jones (Tenn.), Jones (La.),
Kidwell, Kcriz Lamb, Letcher, Letch
er, Leteher, Lewis Lilly, Lindsley, Mc
Mullen, McQueen, Miller (Ind.), Mill
son, Morrison, Murray, Nichols, Noble,
Orr, Perkins (La.), Powell (Va.),
Ritchey (Ohio), Rufiin, Sapp, Seward,
Shannon, Shaw, Singleton, ' Skelton,
Smith (Tenn.), Smith Als.), Smith
(Texas.). Stuart (Ohio), Stuart (Mich.)
Taylor (N. Y.), Welsh, Warren, Write
(Miss.), Wright (Penn.),
Dismissal of Lieutenant Hontsr from
It is stated that tho Secretary of the
Navy .bas stricken the name of Lieuten
ant Hunter from the Navy, for coming
home with his vessel, the Bainbridge,
against the consent, of the Commodore
of the Brazil station. The defense of
Hunter is as rollows, in a letter which
he has issued to the American people.
He. says :
" Circumstances in a high degree in
volving the honor of our flag have oc
curred near the station to which I have
been attached. No helping hand has
been given to our unfortunate country
men. Exposed to the wrath of a tyrant,
they have been driven -fijom Paraguay,
their property has been confiscated, and
their flag, so proud because-it waves as
a banner for the oppressed of every land
who chose to come under its folds, has
been, by orders of a petty tyrant, haul
ed down and trampled under foot.
" I could not help our countrymen,
because I was not permitted to go there
with my- command. I was sent- away
where difficulties liad not occurred, al
though the American Consul at .Buenos
Ayres 'expressed his wonder at my ab
sence from the difficulty, as though my
inaction had been a voluntary one.
- u Vessels of war are abroad for the
sole purpose of protecting tho lives,
property and rights of our citizens.
When I found that my request to go to
Paragua were refused by the commander-in-chief
of the Brazil squadron ; when
one month later he had direct and au
thentic information from Lieut. Moore,
of the Navy, of the actual condition of
affairs in Paraguay, and the means to
send me orders again at hand ; when I
saw that the fear of responsibility made
the commander-in-chief yet decline send
ing me where a vessel of war was so
Biuoh needed, I no longer hesitated, but
brought back my command to tbe Uni
ted States, rather to ingloriously rot in
the mud than ingloriously sail upon the
oceaq." - '
The Result of the Maine Law In Con-
The Western Christian Advocate of
this city, in an article npon prohibitory
liquor laws, speaks of its result in Con
necticut : '
We know that there is not ' as much
liquor drank in Connecticut as at any
former - period.' A gentleman, whose
veracity cannot be impeached, who is
just from Connecticut, and who has lived
years there, informs-us that in vary re
cent and extensive travels through the
State 'and in wide-spread inquiries on the
subject, he has deliberately come to the
conclusion that not ono fourth of the
liquor is drank there now that was two
Now, in answer to this positive knowl-
ed s of the editor of the Advocate, found
ed upon the statement of tho gentleman
whoso " veracity cannot be impeached,"
we beg leave to publish tho following
statistics of drunkenness in the town of
Hartford, .as furnisl ed by the Times of
that place, which proves-that it has in
creased greately under the Maine law.
The following are the figures with the
comments ot the limes upon them :
NUMBER OF COMMITMENTS TO THE HART
FORD COUNTY JAIL BEFORE AND AFTER
THE PASSAGE OF THE LAW : ;
1850. 1851, 1852. 1853- 1854
August 5 0-2 2 2
September. 2 3 3 2 15
October... 1 0 3 0 16
November. 1 2 12 17
December. .3 2 1 1 11
Total. .12 - 7 10 7 61
" These figures show a very surprising
increase in the commitments for drunk
enness. The editor of the Courant in
forms us that he found a number of in
toxicated boys in a Sabboth school last
Sunday ! ; This is an extraordinary state
of things. It is unusual, and the result
belongs to the Maine Law, which makes
a store-house for liquor of every engine
house ; carries demijohns and kegs into
hundreds of club-rooms into closets
and upon side-boards, where such things
were not seen before the passage of this
extraordinary law. At these places
drunkards are mora likely to be made. L
We see the result m jail records in tbe
increase of drunkenness, as seen in the
streets and other places, and finally in
Sabbath school?. We feel assured that
there has been more drunkenness in
Hartford, and probably in other places,
since the passage of the law, than dur
ing any previous five months for years."
. Another "Infernal Machine"
Case at Cincinnati. A diabolical at
tempt was made on Monday evening to
destroy the family of Mr. -Gyrus Swis-
helm. at Cincinnati, the particulars of
which the Enquirer gives : - -
"On the evening-in question Mr.
Swishclm and family, consist g of five
persons, were seated around the fire,
when a huge ball decended the chimney,
and. bouncing into the fire, rolled in a
bright blaze into the middle of the fl'or.
It was mado of cotton saturated with
turpentine, and, during its brief contact
witn the nro, bud become ignited. -
Luckily, a paill of water was standing
near, and Mr. bwishelm, catching the
burning ball in his hand, instantly im
mersed it in the water and extinguished
it. Udoo opening the ball, it was
found to be filled with cunpowder and
alugs, and fortunate indeed was it for
Mr. Swishelna and his family that the
water was near, as otherwise he says he
should have hurled it in the fire, in
which case, in all probability, "it would
have been our painful province to hive
recorded another event as horrible in its
details as that which transpired at the
Marine Hospital. ,
Conviction of a Duelist, Juan Pages
has been found guilty of manslaughter
at New Orleans, with a recommendation
tj mercy, for killing Juan Paster in a
duel. The prisoner is about 40 years
of ace. and has a. family. The Courier
says : - r
" This is the first time in the annals
of Louisiana that a conviction for duel
ing has taken place, although the stat
utes making the slaying of a man in a
. t .1 . T
duel murder are coeval witu tne uonsti
tution of the State. ' It is true this du
el was fought under the most attroeious
circumstance, and in a most murder
ous manner, Nevertheless, we hail this
verdict as an important legal precedent
and as an evidence of a healthy state of
The duel, it appears, was fought with
knives ; the.parties were equal in phys
ical power ; and when one objected to
the knifo of the other, the latter offered
and actually did exchange knives, and
with the weapon of his autogonist slew
3C" The Sa'ut Public of Lyons,
(France,) relates the - following fact,
which is pointed out to the attention of
physiologists : K
"An officer of the French army
whom General de Martimpery had sent
to make an recoBiorsance in the neigh
borhood of Sebastopol, was' knocked
down, not by a cannpi ball itself, but by
the wind ot it as it passe a ciose to mm
The commotion produoed was so intense
that the tounge of the officer, instantly
contracted, so that be could not either
put it out of his mouth or articulate a
word. Having obtained leave of ab
sence, he returned to Marseilles, where
he underwent treatment by means of elec
tricity. After the first few shocks the
toun8 began to move with more facility
but without his being able to speak.
On the twelfth day be was subjected to
an unusually violent shock which pro
duced the desired effect, and in a few
minutes after the patient recovered his
speech. He is now fully recovered, and
expects to return to his post in a few
Bold Attempt to Extort Money.
Boston January 23, 1855. A singu-.
lar and daring attempt was made yester
day afternoon to extort money from Mr.
Enoch Train, at his residence in Dor
chester. -The perpetrator, known as a
writer for weekly papers and cheap pe
riodicals, called on Mr. Train, who was
confined to his room by indisposition,
and drawing a large knife, said, " I hare
come to you for money, and must hare
it." Mr. Train managed to escape from
the room, and gave the intruder into tbe
hands of the servants, who, after a severe
resistance, handed him over to the po
lioe. He was taken before Jugtioe Saf
ford, and committed in default of bail
for $2,500. He recently started a
Know-Nothing paper in New York,
which soon died, and had borrowed
$300 from Mr. Train for the purpose of
carrying it on. -j .
Sale of Cuba Debate in the Spanish
We ooppy the following from the Bos
ton Post of Jonuary 23 : ;;
u A most important discussion took
place in the session of the late Spanish
Constituent Coites of the 18th of De
cember last.' Don Louis de Mariategui
an influential and ' wealthy ' capitalist,
represeutative of Sas Sebastian, made
an inquiry of the government on the
subject of the relations between, the
Court of Spain and' our own Govern
ment. The Minister of State answered
in a short speech of which'the substance
is that the Spanish government would
never eonsent to the sale of Cuba, con
sidering it as a sale of the national hon
or. The debate was closed by the unan
imous adoption of the proposition of Mr,
Olozoga, who moved that the represen
tatives had heard with satisfaction the
declaration of the Minister of State. -
" As this is the first time so impor
tant a question had been treated in the
Spanish'Cortes, we deem it interesting to
translate for our readers the speech of
flir. aianateguL" -
-' From a translation furnished by' the
Post w e make the following extracts:
" Although the majority of tbe Rep
resentatives in this Assembly are now
beginning - their political career they
are an, 1 feel sure of it conversant with
the state of our colonial politics, and
Know, what are tbe dangers that threaten
our maratimo possessions, especially the
island of Cuba.- Those dangers come
not from the discontent of the Cubian
population, though we must agree that
they have a right to ask for some politi
cal as well as administrative and econ
omical reforms ; those dangers grow
from tbe existence elsewhere of an am
bitious democracy, proud of its absolute
sovereignty., A democracy, when it
has attained such a bight, is essentially
tyrannical, imagining that there can be
no obstacles to the accomplishment of
its ambitious schemes.
" I cannot accose, as being the canse
of the existence of those tendencies, the
immortal Washington and his illustrious
companions, the founders of the great
est of Republics. Neither do I accuse
their worthy successors. I only acouse
that European democracy, which con
cious that its hour has not yet come, nor
perhaps will ever come, . in- this conti
nent, seek, like Kossuth, a refuge there,
and throwing away the legaoy of the
great Washington, preaches only war
. " What were the elements which en
tered in' tho organization of those expe-
fditions which in 1850 and '5 1 left the
American shores to invade the island of
Cuba? Only fillibusters and other
similar characters, led by an unfortunate
Spanish General, who, abusing the con
fidence of his superiors,- was honored
with a commission in Cuba, and after
ward dishonored himself and the Span
ish uniform. These expeditions have,
nevertheless, had a most important re
sult that of showing the elements of
resistancejwe have in Cuba, and impress
ing the conviction that it cannot be con
quered so easily as were tho Mexican
territories. The punishment which fol
lowed those expeditions was indeed ter
rible, though not unjust ; and the en
ergy of the Captain General Concha pre
served unimpaired our rich Cuban em
pire, rendering, at the same time, more
easy for his successor the defence of the
" But now I ask, have those dangers
disappeared ? Oa the contrary gentle
men, perhaps they are now nearer than,
before. The States in the South of the
Union, and also those in the North, cov
et the annexation of Cuba, each for dif
ferent purposes, and they take up every
subject which is likely to occasion any
misunderstanding between oar own and
the American Governments. The ques
tion of the Black Wartor claims is pres
ent to vour minds, and affords a suf
ficient proof of the truth of these asser
tions." - " ' , '
After giving a Spanish version of the
Black Warrior matter, the orator con
tinued : " ' ' , "
" In respect to the interests of foreign
governments in this question, I must ac
knowledge with pleasure the position
assumed by the Emperor of the t r erica
when, last spring, be sent one ot bis ad
mirals to co-operate with our own naval
forces in repelling any attaeks upon Cu
ba; though I know perfectly well that
we were then far from being in danger
of losing that colony. 1 am, besides,
firmly convinced that France .will never
be able to induce .England to -declare
war against the United States, neither
during the contest in the East, nor a ti
ter the termination of the present war.
England has lost all prestige in America;
since the battle of I ew Urteans, when
General Jackson said; "For you, in
dustrial nations, we need neither power
nor bullets : commerce is enough."
Some time afterward the question of
Texas and Mexico, and a good many
others, came to confirm that truth. ;
. "Jiut if tbe United btates possess
strong means of injuring a commercial
nation, we also, possess the same, and
to Coruna, Jberrol, Parages, Santandor,
the Phillippme Islands, &c., must we
look for the elemeuis of the defense of
Unined States Judiciary. The Sen
ate (says the New YorJr. Evening Post)
is now discussing a proposition for re-
leasing Judges of the Supremo Court
from circuit duties, as well as the re
quireinent of two terms at Washington
a year, beginning on tne nrst juonaajs
of November and May. It is also pro
posed to establish eleven oireuits, with
as many circuit judges, in the thirty
three States of the Union, to hold con
current jurisdiction with the district
judges of their respective circuits. This
plan of reform is considered tne least
innovation upon ; the present system,
compatable with the relief needed, and
the onejvhich can 13 the most easily
rectified sEo&14--i''operate disadvantage
ously. - If. it. should be adopted, Mr.
(Jhase s amendment, contemplating a
reduction of the number of the Supreme
Court from nine to six, should accom
pany it. . . ...
The "War. A letter in the Pay
dated Constantinople, Jan.- 5th, says :
A column of riflemen had taken pos
session of tne important position of
Camara near Balaklava after driving ont
the Russians. - The enemy in this affair
experienced severe loss, were oompletely
routed and fled precipitately, burning
their forages and tents.
Latest. We are indebted to F. H.
Lewis for the following :
The Times, in a leading article, draws
a most deplorable account of the state
of . the army in the Crimea, at the be
gining of January they could muster
1 4.00Q bayonets. Here the line broke
down. J "' ' - - . - i
Items of Sebastopol Bewi.
Eccentricities of Sebastopol Weather.
Since I last ; wrote (at which time we
uau- two aays ot almost summer weatn
er) we bad all aorts of eccentric atmos
pheric changes bitter cold, followed
by comparative heat-aunshine and hail
snow and rain ; the whole intersper
sed with various ' modifications of wind '
from a'gentle breeze to'a severe gale -
. , i , t
tnese suaaen cnanges are most remark
able : moruing will gradually reveal to
ne a glorious sunrise, when the evening
of the same day will find us enveloped
in thick murky mist, out of which will
spring hurricane and rain. Wlfile.I am
writing, tbe aspect of the ' bights is as
chill and miserable as any Russian can
possibly desire. Fogs blow np in quick
succession from the castellated crags
below. It is difficult to walk upon the
soft, yielding m ud around us, and heavy
falls of .rain and tre-sendous gusts of
wind have it all their own way. Such
heavy masses of falling rain as came
down upon us last night I never saw
exceeded, even in the tropics. Times
.Correspondent. - " ' - - v .- : '
' The Ladies of the Expedition. Of
an tne laaies who accompanied or joined
the expeditionary army only one re
mains, namely : Mrs. Duberley," wife of
the paymaster of the 11th Hussars, who
is quartered -at Balaklava, and with
whom she may be occasionally . seen ri
ding or walking. I he aspect of this la
dy is now grave, though she was in Eng
laud very fond of the gayeties of life.
Many of the wives left at Malta, The
rapia, Pera, &c, have been made wid
ows by war and climate. .
Camp Prices and Luxuries. We
read in a letter from a sub-officer of the
French ' Engineers before Sobastopol :
I' I will give you an idea of the manner
in which we live. If we wish to procure
any thing beyond the ordinary rations,
we must pay 2- a litre for wine, 70c
the kilogramme for haricots, 90o. ' the
kilo, for potatoes, 4t a kilo, for sugar
and 2f. for a wax caudle. As for o'.her
things, they are beyond reason. -As to
our kitchen, it is a kind of hut built
with dry stones aud covered with our
camp sacks. It is so low than we can
scaicely stand upright in it, and it is
here that we have all our recreations and
our gossip.- . The rain comes through the
root as tnrougn a sive, aud in the morn
ing the plaoe is like a swamp. - Fortu
nately, we eat. well, are young and in
good health, and hare bomb-proof pa
tiencc" '';-.' :
. , . ASHLAHD JIABKET.
Ashusd, Feb-. 7, 1855.
Whs at ........... ! St
Oats. ...... 35a 3
Goaa............ ..................... ...62 a 75
Bcttch fresh in roll . ...Mc
Eoos... . jac
Lakd...... .......... .... 8c
FtATDKRS : . . ................. 40c
CLETELASD MARKET. .
Cleveland, Fab. 7. '
Flour Firm, sale of 350 bbls goods south
ern Ohio superfine at $9,25, extras sell in small
lots at $a9,5Q to $10, retail at 25a per bb
added to tbe above quotations. . " "S ' ' --Wheat
Demand good at $1,80 Tor mixed,
with sale of one car load, $1,95 for white and
f 1 ,8d for Mediterranean, receipte light,' and
bat little in market.- ; . ""' r i . :
Corn Scarce, and but very little in market,
worth 67a70c afloat, from ears no trantationa.
Potatoes Scarce, held at l,Sa, retail in
small quantity at ly50. . ' . ' "
, NEW TOIIK .T1ADKET.
New Yonn, Feb. 6.
Flour Is a shade firmer; better eiport
demand; sales 2S00bbl 8,3?a850for state; 9a9,-
00 for Ohio, Mich., Ind.' and Wis.; Canadian
Wheat firm; sales 5000 ba 2,35.
Corn better; sales 25,000 bu 1,04 for western
mixed in store; l,05al,05r for. southern white
ITI sir r led F-uary 1st,. 1655, by Jobn Van
Kest, Esq., Mr. JOHN P. SfAMETS, to Miss 114-
LINDA EARN, both of Rowsburg, Ashland coonty.
Died, At her residence in Hayeaville, on the
16th January, Mrs. NAJSCY, wife of Mr. WiHrilLD
Scott, In the 22d year of her ge, leaving a dis
consolate husband and 'two infant children to
mourn their irreparable loss. ' ' - JK: - i
JXjMrs. Scott, was kind and devoted Wile,'
an afoctioaato mather,. a generous friend, and!
beloved by all who knew her; but she. has paa-ed
away, leaving with those she loved an unfading
remembrance of her virtues,' and a sorrow that
God alone can hcal;at peace with the world, her
self, and her Creator. - .,..'.';
. The great Jehovah hath called her, . '
.. From sorrows darkest night ;
To read the great mystery,
"'.' In realms pf living light. . K. ;
jry For Btonchitis, Throat Diseases, Hacking
Cough, and tbe effects of imprudent nse af Mercury,
no medicine has ever been discovered which hu
effected such cures as Carter's Spauisa Mixture.
j nrui uiscaaes prouucea Dy salivation. Hacking
Cough. Bronchial Affections. Liver DiKua. Neu.
lalgia and Rheumatism, have all been relieved and
cured in a wonderful manner, by tbe great purifier
of the blood. Carter's Spanish Mixture.
The case rf T. Jf . Kauiaev aloue should satfafv
any who doubt. Call on the Agent and procure
a pamphlet containing cures, which will astound
,See advertisement. 4w37. .
tas matcAwrd tf tkt peonlt be. Kemtmlt When
men become so infatuated with power, either in
possession or expectancy, as to run off alter every
new dogma, and at the Bidding- of their imperial
masters, pass laws in direct violation of tbe plain
est principles or our republican institutions, it be
comes the Vox Populi to rise their might, with
out distinction of party, and compel our servants to
repeal those obnoxious por'ioos of ear laws that
strike atthe root of our independence. So.. also
physically ; when men run off after every new
langtco. Husiruoi opeiica K-j ins puouc. . They not
only endanger their own, but the lives of their
fami'ies and friends. It is therefore wth pleasure
we again recommend to the afflicted the use of
McAusTEn's ALL-BXALiao Oibthsrt, an old and
well-tried. remedy, and almost certain cure for
Burns, Bruisei,Cuts, Weayela. Scald Head, Ague In
the breast. Corns, Spinal Affections. Fevers, and
all Febrile diseases, too numerous to mention.
That by restoring the insensible perspi-ation.iten
ahles the system to throw off all the old worn out
tides, thereby restoring to sound and nerfret
health. For sale by J.B. F. Rampaeldc co..and R.
R. Ohnbb Ac co-. Ashland : J. McdorT. Mifflin T
W. Coulter. Perry svilie: D. E. Stockman. Loudon.
ville: L. Spencer ct CO., McKay; J. Kinninger ct
co. Hayeaville; Hageraiaa and Buchanan, Hayes
ville; Coulter and Goodwin, Lafayette; W . Spen
cer if co., Albion; J. J. Wright, Sullivan: Michael
rvnege. orange; U.S. Bee. 4- CO., Savanab ; B. F,
A Wonderful Discovery has reeentlv been made
by Dr. Curtis, of this city, in tbe treatment of con.
umpuon, asioma, ana an aiseasesoi the lungs.
We rererto Dr. Curtis' Hygean or. Inhaliug Hy :
gean Vapor and cherry syrup." Within this new
method tbe Dr. bas restored many afflicted ones to
perfect health ; Ss an evidenee of which he bas
enumerable certificates. Speaking- of tha treat.
menta physician remarks: It Is evident that ia
baling constantly breathing an agreeable, healing
vapor, the medicinal propreties must come in di
rect contract with the whole of the serial cavity
of the lungs, and thna escape the many aad varied
changes produced npon them when Introduced in.
to the stomach, aad subject to the process ot di
gestion. The Hygeanais for sale at all the drug
gists throughout the cSuntry. Jv y. n,ia.
" -- 7' .tnaaiauoa. In
ceaoteer column of this paper, ., lya
AND INTERESTING TO ALL !
H TAPS of Aantand Countr, rtowlnf Towiwhlp
if A -ecUon. stream. VUIacei. cnorcBec, ir
hip oCLand, Roads, Streams aad Swamps, arc. aj
This Map will be sot op ia a beautiful sod sub
stantial manner. W1LL1AS DORR ct UU.
- Feb. 7th, 1855. 3ui37
' SCHOOL EXAMINATION.
THERE will ba a School Examination kald at
the Court HousaiaAshlaBdoo Katurdar. Fek-
nary )Oth, IM5. ;" -OKfcOW SMITHM.
Astilud, Feb. 7th. 1854 lw37
rT':j- PROBATE NOTICE? M
rTHE follow io( Executor, Admtui.frafor and
JL Guardians, havlnf filed their account io tbe
Probate Court of Ashland countr, ther are ordered
weeks ' Aentand -Union- for IkrM
The Final Account or John Ecsett Administrator
- , of Caihaiiue Dixon, dee'd.
- Tb.tnlamirttj..i:j1K rtmintstra
- , tor or Urban C. Peck, dee'd.
Tbe final account oX John Charles,. AUmlnUlra
- , - r of Heur Bm, dee'd.
The final account of John O. -Wright, Adniinistra
tor of Joseph Wright, dee'd.
The final account of K. lagmaud, Adiu'c of Har
J. Warner, dee'd. -
Tbe final account of David Goon, Administrator
of Joseph Jumper, dee'd.
The final account of Joseph Coleman, Adu'r eC
- - ; John Cassell, dee'd.
Tbe final aocodnt or Luke Seiby, dm'r of Jona
than Hailett. dee'd.
The final account or K. GouUr, kxecutoYtrwil.
liaro Goudy. dee'd.
The final account of Harriet Rlonaker, Adm'r of
- -John A. Slonaker, dee'd.
Tha partial account of Jobn JacsfaptAdmr ot
George Fast, dee'd.
The 2d partial acct of John Van Nest.-Adm'r of
- Michael Rov.dte'd.
and the same will he for hearing at tbe March term
of sard Probate Court next to be bolden. -
. . A. L. CUUT1S, Probate Jqdf.
Feb. 7th, 1855. . 3w37
HANNAH Howard, Abigale Howard,, Wil.
liam Howard, Martha Braden, Jane Bodd,
Joshua Budd and Thomas Howard, heirs At law. .
oi Haran Howard, deceased, are hereby aotiEed
that tbe undersigned filed in tbe office- ot rba
Probate Judge of Ashland -Coonty, Ohio-j
the Snd of February, 1853, their ptitieB"4h
abject aad prayer of which is that the under
signed may be authorized to eel) and coavey
tbe following Real Estate, situate ia Ashland
County, Ohio, to wit: The west part of tha
south half, of the north-west quarter or sac-
iweaiv-one. oi lownsnio tusaiv-sss.
range sixteen commencina at the aortt-waat
corner of tha quarter Iheacesoaih 86 degrees
east on the aorth line of the qaarter four rode
to a stone thence south parallel with the west
me oi tne quaiter bo rods to a stone thenee
east twenty rods to a stone tbsnce south S
aegrees east, eighteen rods to a stone thenee
east 91 34-100 lods to a stone thence eonth
fifty-two rods to a stone thenee east twenty
one rods to a stone thence south twenty,
eight rods-to a stone, oa the south line of tha
quarter thence west on the south line of tho
quarter 80 4-10 rods to the sooihTwest corner
of the quarter thence north on the west line
of tbe quarter to the place of beginning,' con
taining thirty eight acres three roods and 3-H
roda ot land, being tbe one fourth of quarter
mora or less. Tle underaigired, having tbo
power to sell said lands by virtue of the wilt
of said Sarah Howard," but no authority to
execute a conveyance therefor. -
c.. ROBERT CO WEN,
' JAMES H. WILLIAMS,
Executors of Ssrah Howard, dae'd.
Kr.Li.ooQ (t Allisobt-, Atty Pefr.
Feb. 7th, 1855. ' . ' ; 4w37. ,
"r : SHERIFF'S SALE. "
Poag Caplesdi Co., . j-i -. -
i -vs.- . I ...i . . .
Nicholas Perine. f .. . -, " '- '
jSUom Ft. fs.-vs. DePt J i - ---- r
PURSUAN T to the command ef an Ejecutloa
isaued in the above case from the Court of
Common Pleas of Ashland County, Ohlc, to me .
directed. 1 will expose to Public Sale, at the prem
ises of Nicholas Perine, in Township of Rusles ia
Asblaud countr and State of Ohio, on
Saturday, 17 th day of February,
A. D., 1855, between tbe hours of tea o'clock, A. If.
and four o'clock, P. M. ot said dayy the following
described geods and chattels ;to wit : four three
year old Meexs, and two three, year old Heifers, as
the property of .Nicholas ferine. Terms of Sale
Cash. J. D. JOKES. Sheriff.
r b. 7th, 1855. 37tpfS3,75 .
- Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE is hersby given, that the undsrslgned.
has been duly appointed aud qualified as Ad
ministrator 6f the .Estate of Elisabeth Zimmer
man, deceased, late of Moolgomerr township, Aa
Und county, Ohio, - PKi'Ktt ZIMsf KKM A9U
Feb. 7lh, 1855. 3w3?V
.' r , . - - - . ,
TBE UNITED' STATES JOURNAL, now in its
- nfth volume, and having already reached a cir
culation er Over SO.OOO a newspaper of tbe largest
class, containing fifty-sis. spacious columns, filled
with the current news from all parts ot the world,
a large amount' of literary and scientific matter, .
Bank Note List and Price Cjr -ent, and. at a uew .
aud valaahle feature, ea:h number will hereafer"
coutaiu t wtsfff sgraed Portrait .of dit
tivguiakid individuals, is puhlisbed on the first of
each mi'Ulh by J. M. Ennsssos or Co , I, 3, 5 and -7
Spruce street. New York, at tha unprecedented
low price or iwntr-fivaiv year, A valuable
premium book is asnt :o" m vtron getting np a
club, and in addition tha lol owing rich premium, .
amounting to over tl.tOU: will, on tbe 25ib day of
May. 1855 be swarded to tbe twenty six pers -ns
forweTding, between now slid that time, the twen
t -six highest number of subscribers iu tbaic or
der, r ' ; '
The first premium ia money 'v..'.;..'...; -tJCO
The second premiuin.asawiug machine -wertA, ISO
Tbe ihHd premium, a sewing machine worth., lea
The fourtb premium, a gold watch worth.. .1C0
The fifth aud sixth each a geld watch worth., -50
The next ten. each a silver wetch worth. ,SS
The next twenty each such books as they shall'.1
select, at publishers' prices, worih.... . ... It
- Tae United Stmtea ISatsraatf aae I
Containing thirty -two large quarto pages, tinted
covers, on ffmv paper, profusely end elegantly ill
ustrated, ia publrseed -n the 15th of each month,
at tbs low price of one i ollar a year. - A splendid
premium is sent to esch person getting up a si so.
and in addition 93,000 is to be awarded to the 80 .
person sending tbe largest number of subscribers.
For father particulars, see specimen copy of the
Magaiine. which will be sent on receipt of. six
eents. or specimen copy of th Journal; wsiok will
be sent gratis to any one ordering it. Address .
- - - J. M. EMMKRSON de CO.,
Feb. 7, '55. - 5 and 1 Spruce-t. NawVorh.
. SHEKIFF!S SALE. ;
The State of Obio, fori The State ct Ohid "lor
nse of Food Commas- I nse of tbe Fund Coat .
aionera of Richland missionere of JUhJaad
County, Obio. f County, Ohio. ; .-j
e. , . - '-'. '
William Taylor. J John W. Freeman.
BY v'trtoa of two writa of Execution duly
isaued, ana in each of tha above aaee
from the Court of Caramon Pleae of .Richland
County, Ohio, to me directed, will expose to
Public Sale at the door of the Court House, m
Ashland County, Ohio, ' '-'v -Monday,
the IZth day 'of ' March,
A. D., Ig55, between the hours often o'clock,
A- M. and lour o'clock, P. M. of said day, the
following described Real Estate, situate ra tha
County of Ashland and Sute of Ohio, to wi I
Being a part of Ihe outh-wet quarter of sec
tion number twenty-two, in Township twenty
three, and of Range No. sixteen, and bounded
as follows, to wit : commencing on the lane
on the south ride-ol the Creek, thence north
thirty-eight rods and twenty-two links thence
east ninety-four rods,' the ace, south eixty d
grees west, eight snd a half rods, thaaoe south
three degrees west fourteen rods, theno south
nine degrees west four rod, thence tooth; forty -etgbt
degrees, west sixteen read,- thaaee
south twenty-six degrees, west fonaeen -rode,
thence south sixty four degrees, .west tweiity
one and a half rods, thence south urht-lix
degrees, west eighty rod, tbeaeeaorth twen-
ty-seven degrees, west lourteeu rods, thenae,
north seven ty-eight degrees, west thirty 4oar
rods, to the place, of beginning, containing
nineteen acres more or less, saving ana ex
cepting one acre heretofore nold to Philip
Fluke, uff of the north end of tha above la- '
scribed tract of Land; to be sold as tbe prop
erty of the aLove named William Taylor, and
Jobn M. Freeman, appraised atfoar hundred
I dollar. Terms 1 of Sale Caeh. --'-? --j,
-rv J. O. JUNES, Sheriff.,
Jaa. 31, 1855. , : n26upr$5,50 '
1 '. . - li .l.i 1 r . u ii I li 11 1 v
- : SHERIFF'S
SALE. I .ir-ta ,
William Stevens, ) "?'ts-
Adani Kerenerick, U Comma Plrai.
Vendi vs. Deft. J ' J ' t fcTiJf.
PURSUANT to the command of an Sexeca-tioi-duly
issued in tbe above ease from
tbe Court of Common Pleas of A jhlaud county,
and Sute ofOliio, to m directed, I will expose '
to Public Sale at the door of the Court House
ia said county, 00 , ;y. t-. ; i:,r. t j
. Monday, tie 2tk day of -March,- -
A . D. j 1855, be t weea'the hoars of to a e'cocV
A. M. and fonr o'clock P. M., ot said ly taw '
foUowingdescribed Real Estate, situate in tha
County of Ashland and State ql Ohio- Lot
number sixty-two, and the ent uqdirtde half
of lot number 43 aud, 44 m tho towm af Loq
donville, ia aaid County as tbe property af
Adam Kenexick.. Appraised aa follow.' tq
? "nDor 6a t3. and the andivfe
dert ".all af loti number-43 aad 44 at S200
Total, 1250. Tarmaof SaJe Cash. T
JOHN O. JONES, SWifT-
Jannary 31, 1855. 88t-pfA3,00
. Peter Bawmani z-. .. -
N1TU l"!b', f1! tD anderslrnad
."" V-alifisd aa. Executor
on ths Estate of Peter Bowman, lain of .hUed
county, docejaed. Date at Ashland ti?I &Xj5