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KEEP It BEFORE THE PEOPLE,
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M. B. PARMELY
uai 'ivti bbturned from
Ndr York City
FOB FAKTICUUBB KNQUIBK AT
C7" PRICE LIST.
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Srlp, beat. . . .........
Kid Glove. Empresi
Heat Ladies (.Nice) ,
. Tbt best line of
Ttr brought Into Ashland Conoly, just
cpentd a Ho. 1, TUWn HALL.
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. ' .GROTEE BAKER.S '
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lb BEST FAMILY MACHINE map.
faotnrtd, for salt t
A large stock of those elegant tod stylish
'at N." I, TOWN HALL.
A complete liit of ,
BPRIXQ ft SUMMER SHAWLS,
t No. 1, TOWN HALL.
011 and mo a Com age, Conn ,U
to Noy I, TOWN HALL,
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X00AL AND MIS0ELLANE0U8.:
ASHLAND, : JUNE 19, 1867.
Don't fail to attend the Lutheran
Festival on Saturday evening.
There are three prisoners In our Jail
at this time.
Hot. Mr. Cbani preaohed in the M.
E. Church last Sabbath evening.
Strawberries are selling is this plaee
for twenty cents per quart.
The Distriot Court of Ashland eoun
ty will be held on Friday, July 5th.
An interesting communication from
"Ruus," will be found in to-day's paper.
Every white man in Ashland county
should take the Union. Only 82 a year,
Judge Geddes, CoL Dickey, till
Hon. M. May were In town on Monday.
Qen. Slooum has commenced build.
log on his lot on Church, between Main
and Sandusky streets.
A number of young gentlemen (h
were carousing about town at a late hour
last Saturday night.
No visitors will be admitted at the
Ashland County Infirmary on Fridays,
Saturdays and Sundays.
"Star Company No. 2" will meet
for drill at 5 o'clock on Thursday after
noon. By order of the Chief Engineer.
There will be an old-fashioned cele
bration at Ashland on the Fourth of JU'
ly. Everybody is invited.
We had a glorious rain on Sabbath
morning, whloh came down in perfect
There will be a grand hop at the
Amerioau House, Sullivan, on the even'
Ing of July 4th. A good time is entici
patcd. -We now have beautiful weather .
orops of all kinds are growing finely : and
there is every prospect of a most absnd-
ant harvest.? r '
2 : I
Star Company No. 2, of Ashland,
hat reoived an invitation to attend a
Firemen's celebration en the Fourth of
July, at Gallon. .
There are sixteen unhappy couples
in Lorain county, who expect a dissolution
of partnership at the next term of the
Court of Common Pleas.
Hon. F. W. Green, recently Clerk
of the'U. S. Court for the Northern Dis
trict of Ohio, has purchased one-haJf in
terest of that exoollent Democratic paper,
the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Cal. Van Nimak, a member of the
Entorpriso B. B. C , of this place, bad.
his right thumb broken in attempting to
catch a ball "on the fly," while playing
on Saturday last.
. The Rev. Collins, of Blairsville,
Pa , will deliver the Anniversary Ad
dress before the Savannah Male and Fe
male Academy, on Tnesday evening, the
There will be a special meeting of
the W. B. B. C, at the Engine room this
(Wednesday ) evening, at 8 o'clock. Let
evory member be present, as business of j
importance will be brought before the
Club for lis consideration.
The Trustees of Montgomery Town
ship give notice that on and after the
24th day ol this month, all stock found
running at large within said township
will be "arrested" and lodged in the
Pound. Town people, look-out for yout
The Montgomery and Washington
B. B. Clubs of this place have rooeived
iovluuions to attend a grand tournament
at Galion on tU Fourth of July. Prises
valued at from 115 to $20 an to be con
tested for, and the oceaaion promises to
be a very interesting one.
Motto. Best goods and full weights
is D. B. De Land & Co.'s motto, hence
they ooly recommend the Beit Chemical
The Fodbth at Taor. We under
stand that arrangements are being made
to celebrate the coming Fourth of July
in fine style at Troy, this County. Tbe
Trojans are a generous hoartsd people,
and wa know their oelebratioo will be a
grand success. R. M. Campbell, Esq.,
of this place, will deliver the oration.
New Sions, We notice that Bcsrj.
hell b Cball and Willis, Kavmhan
k Co. hart pat np new signs at their re
spective places of business. . They are
very handsome, and were painted by L.
Delanoet, who Is, by Iht way, one of
the best painters in this part of the win
try.' lie has dons a great deal of work
in Ashland this season, and has always
. HorileQltnrml looleijr, - .'
There will bs a meeting of the mem
bars of the Ashland Connty Horticultur
al, Social at the Chapel of Vermillion
Institute on Saturday -next at 1 o'clock '
P. M. A ful attendanos is desired.
$6T A gentleman wbo-ncently vis
ited the man in the moon, says ho found
the old gent "tolerably well posted on
earthly matters." But pointing down to
the earth, he often wondered what drew
so many people to one particular spot.
He was considerably surprised to hear
that it was a crowd of people rushing in
to Brubaker & WiubigTer't Store,' to buy
new goods, which are arriving daily.
New Belts. The members of Star
Company No. 2 have received their now
Belts. - They were made by Mains &
Doll, of Mansfield, and are the neatest
and handsomest belts we have' seed? We
can cheerfully recommend Messrs Maini
& Doll to any Fire Company that may
want to get belts, as superior workmen
and obliging gentlemen.
Codntmfeit A splendid executed
ten dollar note on the Third National
Bank, of Philadelphia, was deteoted in
Albany, New York, 8aturday, June 1. It
is in all respeots a perfcot fae limile of
the general issue, even to the signatures
which are executed with a pen. The
publio can judge of the dangorous char
acter of this note from the fact that it
pissed through the Mechanics' and
Farmers' Bank of Rochester without
detection. The only safe way is to re
fuse all "tens" on the bank.
Festival. The ladies of the Luther.
an Church, of this place, design giving a
Strawberry Festival at the Town Hall, on
next Saturday evening, the 22nd instant
The great satisfaction given by the ladies
of thii Church in previous efforts of this
kind, warrant us in saying that every
thing will be done to increase the enjoy
ment of those who attond this Festival.
How can yon, then, tesist dropping in at
the Hall on Saturday evening, where you
can enjoy berries and the delightful con
versation of the beautiful damsels, whose
cheeks are like roses, rivalinjpthe con
trast of the berries and cream. Let the
Hall be filled. ' -- r . ;
A Fact. A story is told of a young
man who was crossed in love and recent
ly attempted to commit suioide. by taking
yeast powders. lie immediately arose up
above his troubles. He might have done
worse, but he would have done bet
ter and not been ''crossed in love," if he
had gone to the elegant Furniture rooms
of H. M. Hickok and purchased an en
tire outfit of Furniture. Mr. II. is driv
ing a splendid trado, because he always
keeps the best quality of goods and sells
at the most rcasonablp .terms. Call at
bis rooms in the Bushnell block.
Festival at IIatesville. There
will be a grand Strawberry and lac-Cream
Festival, at Hayesville, on Monday even-
nig next, the 24th inst., under the au
spices of the Pbilo and Calliopean Socie
ties, of Vermillion Institute. From an
acquaintance with the members of these
Societies, we are free to say that (he pro
posed Festival will be one of the most
enjoyable affairs of the season. They
know no half way mode of doing things.
but make every possible effort and use
every" ponible appliance to add to tho
happiness of evory one around. The
Hayesville Band will discourse sweet :
meludy to enliven the time, while song
end mirth, with accomplished and beau
tiful women to crown the .scene, will
make this the gayost "re union" that
ever occurred in old Vermillion. Of
course jou'll attend.
Tbe Coming Crops.
From ill parts of Ohio, the word is, the
orops have, never looked better for years.
This includes fruit is well as grain.
Tbe Pennsylvania papcs conour in the
opinion that the coming wheat crop in
that State, will probably ' be the largest
T.r bvettctl. It is tho opinion uf r
poriesccd farmers that the new wheat, if
the orop proves to be as good as is now
firomiscd, will be sold as low as one dol
ar and a half per bushel. The best
wbeat is now quoted at 83,25 per bushel.
The Laby'b Fbiend, fob Jolt.
The July nun) bcr of this magazine opens
with a Steel Plate of unusual interest and
beautv-7-a lovelv Cinderella.
and neglected by the klioton' fire, her
haughty sisters disappearing through tbe
aoorway. xne Colored if asiiioned Plato,
as usual, is an elegant and faithful tran
script of tbe nrevai ins modes i and th
wooq outs, wustrauna artioies or dreai.
and teaching fnnoy work, must be of
great value to the ladies. , Tbe. Musio,
" Kiss tbe LitUg Ones for. Me' is the
kind of song to be popular.' The literary
entertainment is furnished by Elisabeth
Presoott, Miss A. L. Mussoy, Auber
Forestier, Frank Lee Benediot, H. S.
Corey, Mrs. Henry Wood. &o. The in
structions for making Phantom Bouquets
and Wax Flowers, aad fo Feather.work
art worth, ladles tell us, many times over
tna cost ol the number. A beautiful
Steel Engraving will be sent eratii to
every ainglo (1 2,50) subscriber, and to
every person sending a olub. Speoimen
numbers of the oagasjne will be sent for
twenty cents. - ... . .
Prioe fwith anirravlnal I2.5d a vaar;
Four oopiea (with one .engraving) $6,00,
One copy of Lady's Friend and one of
Saturday Ev'oning Post (and one engra
ving,) 14,00, Address Descon & Peter
son, 810 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
FOURTH OF JULIr AT AS5-
- , ..LAKDl , i -
; Pursuant . to notice a large number
of our eitizens assembled at the Town
Hall, on Monday evening, the 17th inst.,
to take into consideration the propriety
of celebrating our national birth-day, the
ever glorious Fourth. The meeting was
called to order, and Cal-;, A. Beeb was
chosen Chairman, and J. M. Landis wis
appointed Secretary.-: The object of the
meeting having been stated by the ohair,
in a few appropriate remarks, on motion
of WB..McGabtt, U faa ,'
Rttolved, That we have an old-fashioned
. celebration in Ashland, on the'
ooming Fourth, in whiob K, irrespective
of party are, invited to participate.
On motion, the following Committees
were appointed! :'jrt" .
Committee of Arrdngemcnti.
Wm. B. McCarty, " " ' '
Wm. McNuItv. . -
8. 0. Bushnell,
J. 0. Jennings,. . , ' ,
J. D. Jones, a V
Moj. R. P. Fulkerson,
Henry B. Hershty, ' ' ,
Wm. MoNulty. , ',
On motion, J. J. Jacobs, Li H. Kip.
linger and W. A. ltoller, were appointed
a Committee to invito the Fire Depart
ment 'of Ashland to participate in the
. On motion, a committee, consisting of
0. F. Crall, J. W. Springer, and M.
Miller, was appointed to extend an in
vitation to the Band to assist in the ex
ercises of the day.
On motion, Wm. B. McCarty, Wm.
MoNulty and J. M. Landis were appoin
ted a committee to procure an orator.
On motion, it was ordered that the
proceedings of this mee ting be published
in the Ashland Time and The Ash
On niotien, tbe meeting adjourned to
meet at the Town Hall, on Thursday
evening, the 20th inst, at 8 e'clock.
C. A. -BEEB. Ch'n.
J. M. Landis, Seo'y"
; From Savannah,
Savannah, 0., June 16th, '67.
Editob8 Union i As it is very sel
dom that any correspondence appears in
the Union from this place, and vs things
are transpiring daily whioh are worthy
ot publication, I attempt to give you some
of the "items," but will speak more ear-
tioularly in reference to the Academy,
which' is located here."
Perhaps there is no similar institution
in the oonntry In which unfeigned inter
est is taken by the instructors to further
tbe interests of the students, as this.
Ibe Professors are men whose whole
83uls are engaged iu tha, cause of educa
tion, and they will not. permit a student
to remain who will not ;use every power
to advance himself. Thflj under such
managers, the school cannot fail to pros
per, and any parent, sending his children
here oced not fear, but (hat they will
For the substantiating of those asser
lions, 1 would only say, that on next
Monday and Tuosday, (the 24th, 25th)
examinations of part of the olasscs will
take plaoe, and if any person has a doubt
as to tbe tboroughnesj of teaohers'and pa.
pus, let mm come ana the doubt will be
Next woek will be the busy one for
Savannah j the gala and the dreaded one,
as then the "Anniversary" exercise) pass
on. T. . . .
Perhaps it would be well for me to ap
pend tbe order of exercises of the last
week, for the benefit of those who ma y
wish w attena. - ,
Mon dav Examinations.
Moudav evening Onen entertainment
ui mi -irviDg oooieiy.
Tuesdav evening Anaivenur? Ad
dress by Kev, Collins, uf Blairsville, Pa.
-Heuuesusy forenoon jsxerolsos by
the members of the schiol.
Wednesday Afternoon. Graduating
exercises of the senior class.
J. H. Pscker, the youbg man who was
so severely Injured in playing a game of
am VM, ts now able to be around again,
although very pale and -weak. A alory
never loses anything by going from
home for example, see the account of
his Injury in the Mansfield JleralJ, of
last week. . .
Mr. Jjeistenniders' niw building h
about finished, and in a few days ha will
have a large stock of ololhinir in it
Mr. Bailey's is also about completed.
w&ieb be intends to flU with hard wart
and tin -ware. '
it is amusinz loses thi "Aba" sonirm
about "Horace" bailing Jeff Davis. -. It is
i sight worth observing , They will
iquirm worse after the October election.
at least we hope so,
? A curious statement is going the
rounds of the newspapers that a lake lar
ger than Lake Superior exists in British
America, the knowledge of which has
been oareiully kept, from.tk world by
the Hudson .Bay Company.' The lake ia
called Neepigon, and abounds with, fish,
and tho shores with game and fur animals.
It la said to lit north of Lake Superior.
Tb Prlie Flght-A Brnlal Af-
aair ueavy lieu xenaing-
Washinoton. June 13. Tbe prize
fight between Collyer end Aaron occurred
at Aoqua Croek this niorniug, and lasted
about two hours. Bixty-eight rounds
were fought. Aaran won the first blood
and first knook-down. but subsenuentlv
he stood on the defensive till the close cf
the fight, and plaved tbe drop game.
Collyer's face was beaten to a jelly, and
mi leit eye completely closed.
He came np badly, however, every
time until time was called on tbe sixty,
ninth round, when he was too weak to re.
spond. Aaron was then declared the
viotor, and immediately tainted, and waa
laid side by side with Collyer. It is gen
erally ooneeded that Aaron had three ribs
broken four rounds before the fight
It is estimated that several hundred
thousand dollars changed hands on the
Visitors at tbe World's Fair.
A tetter-writer from Paris says the
Fair has not thus far been a great finan
ceal success.- He adds:
"Op Sundays alone, when the laboring
classes flook there, the grounds are crowd
ed. But on week days, visitors have so
far had too much elbow room for the fi
nancial sucoess of the great enterprise.
The highest number of visitors on any
one day, up to the present time, was 74,
000 on Sunday before last. This figure
was very frequently exceded at the Lon
don Exhibition of 1851 and 1862. The
average number of visitors per day has
not ranged so far above 80,000."
THE undersigned will offer for sale the
building of tbe following Bridges, at
tbe times and plaoes following, to wit :
Op Monday, July 1st, 1867, at 10
o'clock A, M, the building of a Culvert
on the Hayesville road, near T J Pen
ny's. Also, on the same day, at 2 o'clock P,
M, the attaching of aprons to the- Bridge
at McCarter.'s, on the Road leading from
Ashland to Savannah.
Also, on the same day, at 4 o'olook P,
M, the building of a Bridge near Mr,
Dobbs', in Clearoreek townshib,
On Tuerday, July 2d, at 10 o'olook A,
M, tbe building of a bridge near Jacob
Gibson's, in Clearcreek township,
Also, on the samo day, at 2 o'olook P,
M, tbe building of a bridge near Mr,
Dodds, in same township,
On Wodnesday, the 3d day of July, at
10 o'clock A, M, the building of a bridge
on tbe Township line between Clearcreek
ana Uuggles. West from tbe Savannah
and Norwalk road,
- Also, on the same day, at 1 o clock F,
M, the building of a bridge near Mr Car
ver s, In ituggles township,
JOHN VAN NEST,
wa. COW AH, -
June 19, 8
The members of the Board of Agricul
ture of Ashland county, are requested to
meet at the Auditor's office, on Saturday,
Juno 29, 1867, at 1 o'clock P. M , to re
vise the Premium List and make arrange
ments for the coming Fair, to be held at
Ashland, on the 9th, 10th, and 11th days
of Ootober, 1867.
By order of the President,
R. M. CAMPBELL, Seo't.
Reconstruction Completed at the
Ashland Mills, under the immediate su
pervision of S. Lewis, of Tiffin, Seneca
County, Ohio. A New Suit-of doubler
extra Anker Brand Bolting Cloth and S.
Lewis' patent process of wrapping is now
being put upon the Reels of the Ashland
Mills, which will make, with certainty,
an additional yield ofjjco pound of flow
to each luthel of vheat, and of bettor
quality, over and above the amount made
by any other mill in the County, All
vrill be ready for opperation on Monday,
June 10th, 1867,
8m5Q N. RECTOR.
U. S. TAX. NOTICE 1 1
U. S. Internal Revenue, Collet- ")
tor't Office lith Di: 0., Woot- J
ter, 0.,June 13, 1 867. J
Notice ia hereby given to all persons
onargea with Annual Internal ttevenue
tax in Ashland county, in said District,
that the Assessor of said Distriot has re
turned to me the annual colleoti.oa list of
speoial tax (oommonly oalled lioense,) for
the year commencing May I, 1867; tax
on Income for the year ending Deo. 81,
1866 ; and on carriages (exceeding $300
in vame,; ano,gold watches owned March
1, latiY. That said taxes have become
due and payable, and that A. H. Myers,
uepnty uoncctor or saia uounty, will at
tend at his offioe in the village of Ash
land, from this date until the 24th dav of
dune iw , to receive tbe same.
Collector 14th Distriot of Ohio.
MARRIED. At the residence of the
bride's, father, on the 4th inst., by the
Rev. J. Robinson, Capt, H. FAY HUB
BARD, formerly of the U. 8. A., to Miss
MARY M. LEACH. - - . ,
By the same on Thursday the 6th
inst., Mr. 0810 PANCOA8T to Miss
ADD1M A. MURRAY.
- Notice In Attachment.
Wa. 0. Hellmaa, Court of Common
va V Pleas
H.8. Knapp. J Ashtand Co, Ohio.
TVandanl will laks notiee that on Iht
8et day of May, A. D. 1867, Plaintiff com-
Dtnoea aouoain aiuonmest aralnet him in
the shot named Court for $278,87 on as-
count whioh ease will be for hearing at the
next term af said Court ommenoiug August
i B.M. CAMTBELL,
" AU'y for Plaintiff,
fun.Hlh 17. -OiDl
RECEIPTS & EXPENDITURES
ASHLAND COUNTY INFIRMARY,
Tear Commencing April 8th, '66,
and Ending April 8, '67.
IN DOOR PAUPERS.
Paid out for Groceries $202,85
Paid out for Hardware 9 63
Paid out for Dry goods... 190 16
Paid out for shoe bill . . . i 74,'i7
Paid out for tin ware......... . 65, J
Paid out for Meohanics labor.. -.327,5
Paid out for flour and wheat.... 251,81
Paid out for labor 305,32
Paid out for vegetables . .... 44,04
Paid out for brick and coal...... 84,56
Paid out for manufacturing 183,85
Paid out for corn............. .114,24
Paid out for Direotors' lets 158,00
Paid cut for sewing.. ........ 126,48
Paid Dr. Cowan 100,00
Paid to Rowland in cash and or
Paid to Miller in- cash and or
Paid to Miller for services 160,00
Paid to Rowland for services.... . 240,00
OUT DOOR PAUPER.
Paid to Montgomery Township.. 291,64
Paid to Sampsel & Glass 130,00
Paid to Vermillion Tp 63,62
f aid to Hanover Tp 78.UU
Paid to Sullivan Tp 8,00
Paid to Dr Crane and Dr Shaw
Paid to Ruggles Tp
Paid to Green Tp
Paid to Jaokson....... ...
Paid to Orange.... ........
Paid to Mohican Tp....
Paid to Mifflin Tp
Cash received by the Directors for the
year, commencing April 8tb, 1863, and
ending April 8th, 1867. ,
June 30th, 1867.
Cash rccoived of Stolcr and paid '
over to Steward (4,00
Cosh received by the Stewart to be paid
out by him for the use of the lnfir-
mary from the eih of April, 1800 to
April 8. 1867.
Paid out by Rowland........ 2,48,24
Paid out by Miller, 1,23,26
Schedule showing the proceeds of the
farm tor the year comaenoicg
April 8th, 1866 to April
Bushels of wheat....... ...164
Bushels of oorn 1,000
Bushels of Oats 679
Bushels of Potatoes........ ......300
Bushels of Buckwheat. ...........101
Bushels of Clover seed............ 11
Bushels of rye........ .......... 41
Bushels of Beans............ .... 4
Bushels of Beets...
Pounds of Butter............
Pounds of Wool........ ....
Tons of Hay...
Pounds of Pork.............
Pounds of Beef...
Gallons of apple butter.... ...
Gallons of Molasses...........
Pounds of Lard.... .... .....
Barrels of soap... ......
STOCK ON FARM.
Sheep .... .... ....
Wagons........ .... .... ........ 3
Harrows.. ................ ........2
Double shovel plows.... ........ ...,2
Crosscut saw............ ......1
Hoes ........ 4
Setts of Harness.... .... ..........3
Reaper........ ........ ......... .1
Hay rake,.. 1
Iron wedges .... ......,
sausage grinder........ ........ ..t
- LABOR DONE ON FARM.
Pairs of pants. U
Dresses... ...... ......15
Pillow slips 44
Aprons........ .... .... ........12
Pairs of Stockings and cooks.. ......57
Gloves and Mittens........ ........ft
Loads of manure............ ....100
P&nneltf of fence........ .... ....400.
Cords of wood..-..--.... .........
The following is tht number of Pau
pers admitted and renaming from tbs
several Township I
Wholt number.... ........ ......43
Males.... ...... .... .... .. .25
Fenuka.... ........ ............18
Youngest..... ......... ........2 yii
The following ii the number frotQ eaob.
Township t . . ,
Greoo ..... .... ..
Hanover i. ......
si mm m m a43-
.... i..J, .8
The health of tbe inmates is gocd, with
tbe exception of three. Four deaths
have occurred since our last Report.
We, the Directors of tbe Ashland Co.
Infirmary, hereby certify that the above
and foregoing statement contains a cor
rect exhibit of the sffairs of the Institu
tion, with tht proceeds above mentioned.
Given nnder our bands, this 8th day af
April, 1867. , . ,
. WILLIAM CRAIG,
M. LATTA, ,
W. G, GALLOWAY; '
Ashland, Junt 12. ' '- '.
Bai Road Company
Are now eoostruetiag a Railroad rron
. wlwsrd towards the Paeifio Ooean, nuking
ka its conneollona an unbrokaa tin
ACROSS THE C05II5EBT. :
The Company not offer a limit amonlt
of their .
First Mortgage Bonds ; :
having thirty years to run, and banning asm
nual interea t,payab Is on th t Drat day Jan
uary and July, in the city of Hew fork, ai
therate of - ' - ' t
SIXiPER CENT. IN GOLD.
AT t .
Ninety Cents on tbe Dollar '
This road was completed fron Omaha SO
west on the 1st of January, 1867, aad is tolljt'
equipped, and trains are regularly nook
over it. The Company has tow on hand;
suffioient iron, lies, ato., to Uniah the Nila
ing portion to the eastern base of thai Eoelcy
Mountains. 212 miles, whioh Is nnder con
tract to be done September 1st of this yeas
aid it id espieted that the entire road will fet
in running order from Omaha U Its wastes-' '
conneo Uon with the Western Paeiflo, now
being rapidly built astwaid'rrom8arasMS
to, Cal.,durlng 1870. .. ' - . .
Meant of tht Company. , - .
Estimating the distance to be built by tt
Union l'aoitio to be 1.660 miles, the Calte
States Government iasues its 61s per tens)
Thirty year Bndi to the Company as thai
road ts mushed at the arerate rata of about
$28,260 per mile, amounting U $14,208,000.
The Company la also permitted to Isaut Ma
own First MortgaM Bonds to an euaat
amount, and at the same time, which by sp ' .
oialAoiot uongreaaare made a mat Mora. ,
gage on inv enure line, mo uonua oi iaa uni
ted 8talea being subordinate to them. ' 1 '
The Uorernmenl makes a donatio of 12y "
800 aorea of land to tho mile, amounting t
20,032.000 acres, atlnutad to ba worth $30,.
O0J.00O, making lha total reaooroaa, aseio.
eive of the eaj ilal, $118,4 iC.OOOj. but the full
value of the lands can not now b rallied. -
The authoriied Capital Stock of the Com.
pany is one hundred million dollars, of
which five mllliona have already been paid In.
and of which it is not supposed that mora
than twenty-Are- millions at most will ba re
I ne eoet or in road la estimated by com
petent engineers to b abjut one husdrao)
million dollars, exoluaive or equipment.
Protpecti for Btuincu. ... ...
The railroad conneclioa between' Omaha,
and the East ia now complete, . and tht earn
ings of the Union Paeiflo oa the sections al
ready finished for the tint two weeks la May
were $11 1,000. These sectional earnings
as the read progresses will much more than
pay the tnteieat oa th Company's bonds, aa4
th through buiiaesi over tb only lint of
railroad botwaen the Atlantis ani Paciat
must be Immense.
Valui and Security' of tht Bomb. 1
The Company respectfully tnbniKthsaboi
statement of faets fully demonstrate tht a.
curity of their Boada, and as additional pre- a.
iney wouia auggesi mat in Beads now oner -ed
are lees than tea mlllien dollars ea 117
miles of road, on which over twenty saiUi oa .
dollars bar already bean expended on 880 .
miles of this road th eara ar taw meaning,
and th remaining 187 mile are nearly ea-
At th present rat of pramiaaw est gold
thee bonds pay an annual lattrett a lj
present oost of
Nine per Cent.,
audit ia believed that n the completion ef
Ike road, like th Oevtrnment Bonds, they
will p aboro par. Tht Company intend
all but a limited amount at th preieat saw
rate, and retain therigh to adraae sat priat '
at their option.
Bnbaoripuons will b received iaflrw lark '
ytia v " . .
1 CosTimnTAi NAn. Ban. He. f Ntaiwtv -
St. Clask, Do dob Jt Co, Bonis. II Wall V
St-, Johi J. Cisco a 8o, Baieiss. to. 8s
HallBf, . .','; .
and by BAltKS AND BAKKIRS generally ,
throughout th United Stales, tf whom map-,
and daaerlptiT psmphUts may he obtained.
They will also b snt by mall fr tht Coat
ay's Uffloe, No.zu Naasan tstnti, Hew.. .
'ork, oa application. Bnbaeribtra will t.
loot their own Agents ia whom thty hart
oonodenoe, who alone will b retpoaaiblt t
them for the safe delivery uf th boada. ;
JOHN J. CISCO ; -Tressurtr,
Teutonla Insniancs Co!.'
OF CUVILANBOHW.-. . . ;
CatHtat SfavcA. SOO.OOt '
Further responsibility, t200,OO0V .
Ofloi.BOOViU,'B BLOCK, iu ttir.
BIOBSTtUBT.up stairs, ,
H W Luetkemever. i Stopnth
8 Thormso. , P Daimtr. .
N HtiteL iv ; V Gunttles, . .
FRfii btWi- .. AMavaa.
El Hessennuclrer, 4 0 8ohenck, B D1 .'
K Havs. . H. Beckman. '
Ph Henninger, 0 E C Wtbctj. ' '
Gto- Wtcktrling. It Mclcbar. ...
ptt cook. . ;
H V tuetaemtyer, ' X Hcaeeiunneller "
' ' Prs, , v Bh'-
JStoppeV CBtrae, Jr.
vie rroat - uea agent -
' H. B. BEt, Ageat Athlaad, OtVtk- . -