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THE ASHLAND "ONION,- WEDNESDAY MORNING;. AUGUST 21.
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LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
ASHLAND, : AUQ, 21, 1867.
- Don't fail to attonil the Festival on
Friday evpning. . .;, ' ;i '
Water melons, peaohea, pears, oto.,
are Tery plenty, in this market. . .t , i
Rev. Mr. Barkee preached in the
M. E. Chnroh last Sabbath evening.
The grind Closing Concert of the
Ohio Normal Aoademy of Musio will be
given on Friday evening, August 30th.
' We had a glorious rain on Monday
night It was welcomed as a fiVst-olass
A sorab horse race came off on the
Savannah road, near Ashland, on Satur
day, for a (56,00 purse... '. ; ; , '
The report of Ihq base ball match at
Hayesville, on Saturday, will appear next
Or account of several errors which
appeared in the Premium List of the
Hayesville Fair,' we ferpublish it to-day
' We are under obligations to H. M
Hobinson, Esq., for a copy of the Hick,
man (Ky.) Courier. ? i.
It is said that two-thirds of the niok
el five cent pieces now in circulation, are
Sagar, Kulp & Co.'s sash factory, at
Wadswortb, was burned on the 15th.
liOsi $10,000. Noinsqranoe- '
An old man named Simon Christine,
agd 83 years, was struck by a locomo
tive engine, at Wooster, on the 14th, and
instantly killed. .' ' ; ;
.,.i A young man named Bennett, living
ing a game of Base Ball, about two weeks
go, died on the 14th, j ' ;
It is announced that II. If. BnKIn.
on, late of the Dayton Empire'h atbut
to establish a Democratic paper at Alii
ance, to be called the Matenger. - 7
, The Mansfield Herald says that a
young man named Niokcrson, living at
Plymouth, was sun-struck and died on
Wednesday Junt. -
Tho Ashtabula 2"eWzu7t says it has
good authority for saying there havo bocn
two or three well defined cases of cholera
in that village.' ' I . i "
Contributions containing ' important
looal news, or upon political, literary, agri
cultural, or other subjects of interest,
are' solicited from subscribers and others.
The "Second Nine" of the Ashland
B. B. C , go to Sullivan, on Fiiday next,
to play a match game with the "Second
Nine" of the Star Club, of that place.
mere aro lurtbor golden reports
from the mines in Richland County ; but
we have not learned that any stock has
yet fcoen offered for sale by the Company
which has leased ooarly all the torritory
A large barn, belonging to William
Armstrong, of Canaan township, Wayne
oonnty, was burned to the ground a few
nights ago. The barn was filled with
grain and bay , all of which were destroyed .
Los estimatedjpt $1,000.
The entertainment given by the in
imitable All. Burnett, assisted by Miss
Nash, on Saturday evening, was a grand
affair. Verilv, Alf., is' a "Brick." and
Miss Nash a "Brickess." The recitations
by Miss Nash, ol the poems, "We meet
upon the Level and part upon the
Square," and The Boautiful 8now, "
were sublime, and received with great
Lost. On last Thursday ovening,
if lack Bilk Bath was lost between the
rcsidonco of Austin Andrews, in South
Ashland, and tho Town Ilall. Any per.
son returning tho samo to tho rcsidanoo
of Mr. Andrews, will bo suitably reward
ed. '-'' i' . ; v' .i i
Baxiooii AspENsios. Prof, Wood
will make a grand Balloon . AsoOBeion,
from Main street, Ashland, at 4 o'e)ock
P M , on Saturday next, as will be seen
by his advertisement in today's paper.
Uome and see it. . . . ,
.' '"; y. NOTICE.
All persons indebted to tho undersign
ed, are rcnuostfid to nail and make settle
ment by the 1st of September, 1807, as
the Books will be olosod at that time. ''
S. W. & T. M. BEER.
Fkstival. The Ladies of the Pres
byterian Chnroh, of this place, will give
a Peach and Ioe-Cream Festival at the
Town Hall, on next Friday ovomng.
Every arrangement is being made te
make the occasion a pleasant ons to all
who may atteod. ' ", . . . , ,
Tm Tbt or 8otsnoe. A 'oloso-iial.
ysis of tho celebrated Chemical . Sahra-
tnt) made by D. IJ. . Da Laodi Co., it
Fairport, Monroe oounty, Now Xork,
will show that it contains no matter dele
terious to health, and when nacd In thA
.quantities proscribed It will produce the
most wholesome tnd nutritious bread. It
is pat np in red paper and sold by popu-j
lar grocers evorywhcro. J 'ItIs bettor than;
Soda. , ' . '
perry to vrxsni P.
The Democraoy of Perry township, are
roquested to meet at Rowsburg,on Satur
day evening, August 24th, 1807, for tho
purpose of nominating a candidate for
Juatiee of the Peace, and, for the trans
action of pthof important business. Let
every Democrat inHbe 'township be pres
ent.:',' "" ' "
. The meotiog will be addressed by J.
J. Jacobs, Esq. " '
Meeting of the Demooratio County
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The members ot the Ashland Connty
Democratic Central QornraUtee are re
quested to meet at tho American House,
in HAYE8VILLE, on Tuetday, Avijuit 27,
at 11 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of
putting in nomination a candidate for
County Surveyor, to fill the vaoanoy oo
oasioned by th death of John Keens.
We hope that every member will be pres-
John M. Lancis,
Cha'n J)em. Cen. Com.
, Death of John Keeni. It is with
deep and unfeigned sorrow that wo' rei
oord tho death of Mr. John Keene, of
Jaokaon township, who died very sudden
ly, on last Friday, of Palsy. Mr. Keene
was-an unswerving Demoorat, and had
served a number gf years as Surveyor,
and was renominated at tho lost primary
elootion for that position. ' He was a
good and peaceable citizpn, and when
publio trust was committed to bim, be
performed his duty with marked fidelity
and bears with him to the' grave,, tko
charaoter o'C 'fan' honest man theuobiest
work of God." Peaoe to his lubes.
Localizing Almost everybody has
had an idea of their own hpw a local pews
paper should Is'oohdaotcd Vut however
much' they may differ on other items,
almost Invariably coinoido in the one
opinion that a newspaper should bo most
ly made up of local items. They don 'J
scent to think that ra Io$ tditor fs not
omnipresent) nor that tho proprietor can
not afford to keep a "local" on every
street oorner; nor that he cannot be po
king his noso into other fieople's busfnefi
all the time, asking for which he feelj lie
ahonld have nose pulled. To effect the
result desirod in a local paper, each mem
ber of tho community should eontnbute
his or her piita of news; and there Would
be nu dearth of "locals."
Court or Common Piias. Tho cue
of Trcaso vs. Troxel and Newman, a suit
brought for damsges for foot-rot sheep,
was ol wed yesterday, by a vordiot for
plaintiff of five dollars. This case was
oommenccd on Thursday, and oocupied
the attention of the Court for over four
days. Trease sued Troxel and Newman,
laying his damages at $3,000, pharging
that Trpxol turned foot rot'sheep upon
Newman's land, which lies adioinine
Trcase's land, that theroby the disease
was oommumoated to .Trcose's sheep.
whioh wore kept in an adjoining pasture,
and from whioh disease between three
and four hundred of Treaso's sheep died.
The other side ojaimed, as wo understood
the mattor, that they had a right to turn
their sheep whors they1 did, ? and that if !
Trease's sheep get the disease, it was
through his carelessness; and also brought
proof tending to show that Trease's sheep
iioniraoteo. tno disease from other sources
The testimony was voluminous, ooeun
ing all of Thursday, Friday and part of
eaturday. Tho case was arc-oed at lentth
oy ueuaes and MqSw;anoy for the plain
tiff and T. J. Kenny for the defendant.
and resulted, as wo raid, in a vordiot for
plaintiff of Jivt dollaru .Qoddos. Diokn
uuu aioowoenoy tor plaintiff, and Kenny
and Jaoopi lor defpndanta.. . 'f, .'
At tho time we go to press, Court is
engaged in tho case of Mykrjmls vs. The
' Pctcrton'n Manazine for Rantcm
oer is upon our table. Its engravings,
fashion plates, and pattorns are beauti
fully exeeuted, and can be relied on as
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the latest and best. The reading mattor
is both entertaidine and instruct! in
moc, tne wbole combination is a gom that
every lady should have on her table.
Prico, ?2,0Q per annum. Address 01 J.
Peterson, Philadelphia'. ' '' - n' "
Bash Ball Ciiallenoi The First
Tlino $f the Ashland B. B. Club, Lava
ohallengod the First Nine of, the Kilbuok
Club to play a match gauio, pu Wednos-
dayy August ai4t,! on tjie, grounds
of tho' Kilbuok Club, .In Woostor.
The Kilbuokors havo acoopted. Tho
oeoosion promises to bo one of inter
est, and our Ashland friends will havo
livolv WOrk. and bo the honored rrnnut.
of our oity. 'Evoryboy Js IriViWd.to tho
Hiuuuug uu iut uay, pooiwy tuo ia
dios: whose prosence alwavs Dlouea tlx
Knights of the Bat and Ball. Wayne
Our boys may bavo "lively work," but
ire. know which olub will beat ; however,
wa will say otbjfia U wg(UBiLtho'ph.efl
Judge Thnrman made t cood
speeoh for the Republican party. Time).
Why don'J yoj f ublisl it, thdof,.
i 1ST! "Beyond the MiHsisslpiii," Is the
title oPs new hook by Albert , D. Rich
ardson, tbo well-known oorrespendeni of
the New' York Tribune. It is a oomplets
history of the new 8tates and Territories
of the West, together with descriptions
of lifo and adventure on prairies, moun
tains, and the PaoifiO boast, as seen and
experienced by the author and his party
pn their overland journey to tho "Far
West." The book is illustrated by more
than 200 descriptive en & photographic
views of scenery, oitles, lands, mines,
people and curiosities of (be faf off west,
taken on the spot, and is e complete guide
for those wbajbave their eyes directed
toward the "setting sun." See advertise
ment of "National Publishing Company,
of Cincinnati," In to-day's paper.'
Base Ball Match. The' match
game between thi Resolute Club,; jf Gal
ion, aud the Ashland Olub, was played
in this place on Thursday jast, end was
witnessed by a large number of ladies sod
geutlemen. The "Resolute" boys were
very gentlemenly and courteous, and
played very well, but were unsuccessful,
as will be seen by the following score, as
furnished ns by Bill? Gates, of the A.
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fiampael, a a
Boor, 1M b 1
Saner, 2tl b
Gamble, 1 f
Frazee, r f
Honors, 1st b
Stewart, 8d b
Paul, o f
Cooper, r t
lit, !in4, 8rd, 4tb, 6th, 6th, fth, 8th, 9 th.
Ah'nd, 7 SO i 11 22 7 9 '.SI' 17
Be-, 8 7 11 14 4 i 8.8 18
Files Caught Aahland, 14. Betolnte, 1L
Fllcllii8ed AahlandS: KetolutO, 12. ,
Fouls struck Ashland 66: Resolute 2.
Foul bounds caught Ashland 6 ; Resolute 8.
Fouls Missed AsbUnd 3 1 Resolute 6.
Out on fools Ashland 11 1 Resolute 11.
Bases made on called balls Ashland 18 1 Bee
olutet - ,.
Passed balls Ashland ti Resolute It .
Wild throwing Ashland 16; Resolute 8.
Home Runs Ashland 11, Resolute 8.
Left on bases Ashland 6, Resolute 4.
Time of game 4:46.
Umpire 8. A. Knlslcy.
U-vorytbing passed off olcasantlv: and
at the close of tho came, the .Ashland
Club invited the Resolute Clnb to the
Millor House, where thoy all pariouk of
a sumptuous repast.
Before leaving for home, tho Resolute
challenged tho Ashland Club to play on
their grounds. The challongo was ao-
ooptodJ and the game will be played at
Galion, on Thursday, August 29th. . ..
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(For the Athland Union.)
A Pioneer Gone. We are called un-
on to ohroniole the death, of one of oir
moat respected citizens, Mr. Jno. Keene.
who departed this life oo Friday, August
16th, 1867, aged 57 years, 10 months.
and 11 days. Mr. K., was born in Cen
ter oounty, Pa., October 5, 1809. At
the age of 18 be was confirmed and re
ceived In full connection with the Ger
man Roformed Church, and ever adorned
his profession by an exemplary Christian
life. On the 26th of November, 1832,
he was united to Miss Elizabeth Kipling
er in the holy bonds of matrimony.
Their union resnlted in family of ten
obildren. all of whom, with
ion, survive him. About thirty six. years
ago, ne emigrated irom tno aDove named
place to Wayne, now Ashland, eounty,
near Perrysburg, whore he resided at the
time of bis doath.
For many years he sorved as County
Surveyor, and discharged his duties with
credit to himself and honor to the party
whioh elected him: As a scholar, Mr.
K., was, so to speak, "a self-mado man,"
and bv close attention and atndv hn.mo
verv profioiont in buaoess. '"
Un Babbatn, August 18th, his remains
were followed by an uuusually large eon
oourso of tolatives and friends to -the
Cemetery at Berrysburg, where thoy
were laid in the silent grave, after whioh
tho oeonsion was improved by the writer,
irom tho words, HLet mo dio tho death of
As a Christian, tho Church lias boon
called upon tq part with one of her truest
sons, and hangs her harpslipon the wil
lows and weeps, as she exclaims,, behold,
an Israelite, in whom there was no'guilo,
is no moro. ' As a neighbor anoiiiiian
his loss will be deeply folt by all'
1 bus oas passed away Irom osith, a
good old man, fit and prepared for the
Heavenlv sarnor. As orentlv an inV.
the sun behind the western hills, and
scpnyrs play aoross tho evening sky, 10
gently plumed his spirit its way to Qod.
Mark the upright, and the end of that
man is peaoe.
He has gone to a mansion of rest,
From a region of sorrow and poll. ' '.'
To the glorions land of the blest,
Where he never will iuu"r again. "'' -!
; v.'- . . B. B. II.
Narkik, Aug. 19.
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f& The following aro the officers of
tho "Vermillion B. B. 0.," of Hayesville:
Veict)i N. W. Sloan
Vice-Preiidcnl J. Sharp 1 ,. y, - i i r
, SccretaryYf. A. Epholsf ' 1
j 3-doiw-r-tB. F. Kason t ' . ' ';
J. " fW. E. McOrea, v '
Direelon 1 F. Gi MoCauloy. ' ,: . i
: (.f. Maxweii .- . ..;;V-.j
.Capl. Firtt JVine J. Odenbatghi '
l&" General Sheridan las InsuoJ in
oifof ffosignatipg Bepiemhor i4th and
'Ztstn as election days in louisiau. In
oase of any violence at any precinct, the
eleotion will be held Aver in that preoiiai
uidor the supervision of United States
troops. "Ilail, Columbia, btppy land f
' A If en Statue In Lowell
. A brilliant Fourth of July oelebration
In Lowell, Mass., was made memorable
by the dedication, in Monument Square,
of an allegorical bronie statue of Yiotory,
reoently presented to the oity by its
distinguished reside nt, Dr. J. O. Aycr,
the obemist. The figure is that of a
draped female, borne on the wings, of tri-
umph, holding in her right hand the
laurel wreath of viotory, and in her left
the harvest sheaf of plenty.' It stands
upon a gianite pedestal, Is of oolossal
site, being seventeen feel high, and is a
majestio work ot art.
The dedicatory exercises were attended
by the oity, state, and military dignitar
ies of the Immediate region, and also by
an immense military ooli)oj n, belonging
to the eastern part of Massachusetts, and
were oondueted by the Hod. Geo. F.
Riohardson, Mayor of the oity, who, as
head of the municipality, publicly thank
ed Dr. Ayer for' his munificent gift, ta
king occasion," at the same time, to
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say mat nis liberality as a oiti
sen was only equalled by the eminenoe
be bad attained, in restoring health and
consequent happiness to millions of the
amieted, through tho ail ot hurmtdioine,
We are under obligations to Dr. Ayer
for a large Photograph of the Statue.
19 Stanton savs he vielda to suneri.
or power. Many a poor fellow, on Stan
ton's order,, was torn from his family,
without warrant, by military guards, and
Incarcerated in Republican Bastiles,. and
the only consolation they had was, that
they yielded to superior power. 8tantnn
is beginning to find out what that means.
; .Mow York Markets.
" AuavsJ 19, 1807.
' FLOUR-eiO813 00per barrel.
WHEAT-No 1 red winter 2 15.
CORN No 1 mixed 95 ots. '
OATS No 1 8tate 66 eta foe new.
RYE No 1 (1 II. r
BUTTER 1518 ots.
EQG8 1510 ots,
, pitfcinnaU Market. '
Adgust 19, 1867.
FLOUR Firm with a maAmt U
mand. Family fl0fl050, extra at
V"jvu,uu iuu nQperuue eo(a OU. -
WHEAT Firm at (2 15 for No 1
red and i2 25 for Nn 1 vhit.
" CORN Scare? and firm at 850860
ior no A.
OATS Dull and heavy, closing with
no buyers at over 67o. '
RYE Stcaey at $1 00 for No 1.
BARLEY In good demand at $1 15
126 for fall. -
finTTDNT fT,n MIJJi: nm
. MESS-PORK Nominal and dull at
2350. v- r .
BULK MEATS In demand at lie
(0)180, nut held firmly at ll18Jo,
though there is not much dojpg.
BACON Thore is not much doing,
it mav ba nnntorl 19Ja if,in .
l .'iv.viv, as
some parties are disposed to acoept these
LARD Deolined. Sales at 121o.
CHEESE Dull at Uc12o.
FLAX' SEED In demand on East
ern aooount at ?2 10.
- Special Motica.
'The .partnership heretofore existing
between Graham, Brubaker & Wertman,
under tho firm name of J. P. Graham &
Co., having been dissolved, all persons
indebted tq them, are requested to call
on J. P. Graham at the old staud, or on
Ji)cob Brubaker, at tho Store of Bruba
ker & Winhiglcr, and settle np before
the I3th day of September, I8C7. All
aeoounts remaining unsettled after that
date, will be left with the proper omeer
for colleotion. ' -
J. P. GRAHAM & CO.
StaT Dr. J. H. Jnrdsn. Tnriinniinnlia.
Tnd . nv : "I hava known Dr. Rriclr.
land s Pilo Remedy to be thoroughly
tested in numerous cases during tbe past
year, and with perfeot success in every
instsnee. And so it is with his Remedy
for Diarrhoea or Cholera, and his Cough
qaisam. f ny are an gpnume sna pure.
1ST Dr. Steiokland : Havlne used
your Anti-Cholera-Mixturo during the
oholcra epidemlo here last summer, and
induced others to do tho same, in oases
that had all tbe eholora symptoms, in ev
ery ease it promptly oheokod the disease.
I believe it a the best remedy for oholera
and diaerhoc of of every form, and ad
vjse those afflicted to try it W. Barber,
or the firm or Barber, Chpate & Naber,
Reoonsfmctlopr" Completed at the
Ashland Mills, undor the immediate su
pervision of S. Lewis, of Tiffin, Seneoa
County, Ohio.- A rfew Suit of doublcr
extra Anker Brand Rolling Cloth and 8.
Lewis' patent process of wrapping is now
boiog put upon tho Rods of the Ashland
Mills, wbioh will make, with certainty.
an additional yield of tea poundt of flow
to each htahelof wheat, and of better
quality, over and above the amount made
oy any otner mm in tne uouniy. All
will be wadv for bbnaration on Mnndav.
Juno 10th: 1867.
A Arramr.ATTun TMfrn1.i0B ' P.m
f kf N ' u MSB i-
TIR8, Good health is i blessing. The
was to aninv sunk (a tit lair in trUm
full of Strickland's Life Bitters two fit
inrae times a uay , ;i oy . , create gool
appetite , they strengthen, the stomach ;
the eurslhabitual Constinalion. Nrnn.
sees, and Headache : they make the old
iw jvuuk. a. mibii iuu mo sum
cqod health, use Striokland's Life Bitters.
For sale in bottle by Druggists, and by
lha drink at all saloons and grooories.
SCHEH CK'8 8EAW1ED TOBIO
This meditise, inrentsit by Dr. J. H.
SouaMOK, of Philadelplila, Is Intended to
diasolve the food and m sk It lnt ehme,
iifi first piocess of digestion, tyj cleansing
lha stomaph with Bohenok's Mandrake Fills,
thf Topio oon retores the appetite, and
food that could not be eaten before asing it
will be easily digested.
Consumption cannot bp eared by Sehenck'B
I'uimonio syrup unless the stomach and liver
is made aeaiiby ana tbe appetite restored
henoe the Tonio and Fills are required in
nearly every ease of consumption. ' A half
aoien Domes or me bea wist,!) tomu and
three or four boxes of lha WAN DBA KB
PILLS will eure any ordinary ea of dyspep
sia. ' .. . , -
Dr. ScHiKca makes professional visits In
New York, Boston, and at his principal Of-
noe in rmiaaeipnia every week. Bee daily
papers of eaeh place, or his pamphlet, on
eousumption for bis days lor visitation.
Please observe, wnen purchasing, that the
two likenesses of the Dpotor, one in the last
stage of Consumption, and the other as he
new is, in perfect health, ace on the Govern
Bold by all Druggists and Dealers, prire
11,60 per bottle, or 7,S0 the half doieii.
All letters for advice - should be addressed je
Dr. Beheaek's Principal Offl.-e, No. 16 North
8th Street, Philvielphia, Pa.
General Wholesale Agents; Demas Barnes
s uo., n- X; o. a. llano e, Baltimore, Md
John D.Parke, Cinciaaatl, Ohio; Walker &
Taylor, Chioago, 111., Collins Bros. Bt. Louis
A OTIC E m PARTITION.
Sarah Ritter, Daniel Miller and Ann
Miller his wife, Mary Ilomao, Elizabeth
Homac, Andrew Roman, John fioman,
Andrew Homan, a minor, Eliza Yeisly,
Amanda Yeisly, Elizabeth Yeisly, Msry
Yeisly, Sarah Jane Clayburg, the daugh
ter of Mollie Yeisly, doo'd, who was the
wife of Phillip Yeisly, and the husband
of the said Sarah Jane Clayburg whose
name is unknown, Hoary Homan & Amos
Homan will takes notice that a petition was
filed against them on the 8th day of July
1867, in tbe -Court of Common Pleas
within and for the County of Ashland,
and State of Ohio, bv David Homan anu
John Snook and Ma'ry Suook, his wife
and'is now pending, wherein the said Da
vid Homan, John Snook and Mary Snook
his wife, demand partition of the follow
ing real estate situate in the oounty of
Ashland and State of Ohio, to-wit : The
North West quarter of Section eight, in
Township twenty two, of Range Sixteen,
syuuiuiug una oanarea ana sixty sores.
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uiuro vr itnw, nao, tne jyortn ism qnar
tor of Section Sevan. In Tmnili.
ty two, of Range Sixteen, containing one
hundred 'and sixtv acres, mora np lca
exoeptlng, out of said last mentioned'
quarter seotion,' one acre and twenty four
uuuurcuuis oi an acre, owned by the At
lantio k Great Western Rnilmn
about thi'CO acres owned by Daniel Wert!
man, aaa two ana S nail seres owned by
deed of said parties for a particular de
scription of said exceptions ; and that, at
tne next term oi earn uourt, alter the ex
niration of fort rfv (mm thm ni nk
lication of this notice, lha ssiJ TinviA Ra.
man, John Enook and Mary Snpok his
wife, will spply for so order that part-
uiuu ujuy us maae or saia promises.
JOHN SNOOK, and
By M'Combs & Curtis, their A tt 'vs.
July 10,6w '
T ET it be distlnotly understood (and I
j hereby caution those that are not aware
oTiha faetl that
Rohrer't Expectoral Wild Cherry Tonic
is no cheap Bitters, so commonly used every
whara. bnt Is an olil ! n r!n -rl nm r . t
most every complaint that flesh is heir to.
A uiuuu jiuriuar iiinb n&s no etjuai. ror
disAAflAS Of Lh PllMt t.lvM ru.... T ....
1 ..v., uiuu.jg, A.UUKO,
stomach and Bowela, Indigestion. Dyspepsia,
ujroouwir vuuiera aiorous, uen
aral Dahitllv. V..f ft.!,- l...
it. . Uelicato ladles and ehildren should nse
... it urn uiTigurus luseysieip, give eiear
aed healthy oolor to the skin and strength to
bodv. Alt nhlldrnn .M ..Klu.t .klt.
diarrhea and pains. Instead of aslng those
preparations of opium, to injurious to the
brain anf fttal In It- .... ij .1
Wild Cherry Tonio, whioh will relieve the euf-
-ii t ... , ...
tw vi "u i"ms ana ailments, ana instead
of balnff an Inline, will K. . 1. a . .
. , -J--J. w..- - "...ig uvnv'ii, 1
na Ininrr n&n mmmIi tVam. . . I. j
-- --rf J -v-..v ..wh. . O UUIL fvu uu.
Old, infirm sad feeble persons ehoue nse it.
uror Timi going 10 sea soouia ne provided
with. Sold bv drairritts and dnalMia ..
where, ' J. BOHRB, Bole Proprietor,
ISAAC II. MYERS. WnnlnxiU ant .
Wooster. ' 8m8
NOTICE. . .
NOTICE la hereby given that the under
signed have presented a Petition to the
Council of the Inoornoratei Village of Ash.
land, praying for tho vaeation of a part of
an Aiioy running nasi ana west in Houln
ABbiana audition to tne town of Ashland. 0.
being so much of said Allov as is bounded
on the by South bv the North boundary lines
oi lot no. iu ana uu in said couth . Ash
land Addition and en the North by the south
boundary line of the publio ground known
as Washington Square; and that said peti
tion will be for hearinebeforo sal il Council al
mou ur regular luvoiiiig, aiier tne mvin day
j. ft. r. SAs PSKL, '
-1 JT. 0. JBNING8, .
, JAMES MoCOOL,
. IIENRT SPRANOLK."
, ; - i. D. JONES.
Directors of the Board of Education
of tl)e Incorporated Village of Ashland,
asniaoa v;ounty, unto.
July 17, 180r-6w4
' SRR0R8 OF YOUTH.-
, A Gentleman who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, Premature deeay, and all
the effooti of youthful lndlsoretion, will, for
the suffering humanity, send free to all wha
needtt, the recipe and directions for maeing
ihs simple remedy by whioh he was eurad
Snfferers wishing to profit by the advertiser
ioerlece,oan do so by addressing.
jyo. 42 Cedar St. Mew Verk.
The Heeling Pro), and Honee) of
mercy. Howard Asaooiatfon Reports,
for Yenpg Men, on the Crime of Solitude,
and the Errors, Abuses and Disoues
whioh destroy , the manly powers, snd
ereate impediments to Marriage, with
sure means of relief. 8ent la sealed let-
tor envelopes, tree of eharge. Address
Dr. J. Skillin Houehton. Howard Asso
ciation, Philadelphia, ra. '
; Rail Eoad r Company va
THEIR FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS trJ
As an investenti
Theiapid progress of the TJaioa raoifie...
Railroad, now building we; fromjqmaha,
Msbnuka, and forming, with its wsslera soa- .
nectioDB, an unbroken lint aerees the oonti-.
nent, altraets atltntioa to the value af the .
First Mortgage Bonds whioh Ihs Company,
now offer to the public- The first qaeatiol -'H
asked by prudent investors Is "Are these
bonds secure ?" 1 Next, Are they a profile
invesementt" To reply In brief! , ., , .
1st. The early e:plellng of tse whekf
great lint to tht PacifiV if at eertaia as aaz
lulure business event eaa bt. ' The Govern
ment grant of over twenty million acre of ;':,: d
land and fifty n illioa dollars lw its own bbade. ,
praotioally guarantees It. One fourth of the ' . .. '. f
work is already doat. and the track continues. . -'."
I- i.i.:.i.i .i. i- :i.. . . - ..-A
iv ot imu ! iuo mi vi i", uiiico uj .
2- The Union Paeite Railroad bonds are
issued upon what promises lo be oao of tat
most profitable Unas of railroad in Iht ttoa
try. For many years it mast bt Iht only
line eonnecting tht Atlantio and Paeifte; and
being filhout competition, it eaa maintain
renumerativt rates,- - ." ' "
8d. 2 miles of this read an finished.
and fully equiped with depots, locomotive, ,
ears, do., and two trains art daily running t
each way. Tht materials for the remaining . '.
02 milea lo the eastern base of tht Rocky
Mountains art en hand, and it it ander tea- ' . '
traot to bt done in September.
4th. Tht net sarnie gs of tht sections V ..
ready finished ait several times greater thai
the gold interest upon the first Mortgage t r
Doiids upon such sections, and If not another
m ilt of tht road were built, th e part already ' '
completed would aot only pay interest and.
expenses, but be pron table to tbe company.
6th. 'iht Union Paeifie Railroad bonds eaa ,,.
be Issued only as tht road progresaes, and ,, .
therefore can never bt in the market unless
they represent a bona fide property. " '
Bth. The amount is strictly limited by lam ' -
to a sum equal te what is granted by the U.
S. Qovernment, and for whioh it takes a sec
ond lien as security. This amount upon tbe, -first
(17 niiles west from Omab is only $ l.tj , '
000 per mile. ' V . . ,
7th. The fact that the V. S. Oovernment
eonsideis a second Ilea npon Iht road a good - "
investment, and that some of tne sartwaett : .-.
railroad bnilders of the country have already
paid in (vt million dollars npon tht sloes,
(whioh is lo them a third lien,) may well IB3
spire oonfidenos in a first lien.
8th. Although It is not ohlmed that there - '
eaa beany better securities than Govern-.
ments, there are parties whe consider a first .
mortgajt npon such a property at this the. 2
very test security in the world, and who sell
Iheir Qoverments to re-invest intense' konda" t
thus scouring a greater Interest . " j
9th. As the Union Paoifie Railroad-bonds. '"
1 n . 1 1 1 '
art offered for at Iht present at 90 teats on 1 '
tht dollar and accrued interest, thtv art the . .
oheapeat seonrity in tht market, being more
than 16DeroenL lees than U.S. Stocks
10th. At (he, current rate of premii
goia, uiey pay
Over Nine ptr Cent. hUrettf
Subscriptions will be received in New York .
by the -
Coa viiasTa HAt. Bara, Mo. T Hastmav
St CiaVk, Dodos' Co, Baaaias, 61 Wit
St-, Jobm J. Cisco e 80a, Uisasas , Ifo'. '
ns!) St-, : ,
and'by BANKS AND BANKERS generally
throughout tht United State?, pf whom maps ,
and derertntive camnhleti mav be oaTtainad.
They will also be sent by mail from tht Com
pany's Office, No. 20 Nassau Street, Ntw
fork, on application. Subscribers JwM a.
leot their own Agents in whom ihey have' '
eonfidenoe, who alent will bt responsible If
them for the Baft delivery of tht bonds.
'" IAUM I AinAA
ewniv 4. iviauw,
NEW YORK '
8m 61. ' '
Teutonia Insurance Co
OF CLEVELAND OHIO.
Cnnilnl Static. - OCOrt rkrwa
Further responsifcUityi $200,004)1
Office, SCOVILL'B BLOCK, lit 8t
RIOE STREET, up stairs', ''- ' -1
II W Lnotkcmever. J Stonnol.
S Thormanj P Deimer, '
N Hoieel, t Gaensslort, "
FRftilberg, 4 flayer, ' '
h Hessenmaellor, 0 8ohcnoc, M D
K Havs. H. Bcekmaa.
Ph llonnincer. - O R fl Wohnv.
Geo Weokerling, . IT Meloher,
B WLnelkemeyer, I I HoeteaaatUtr '
Pns. 1 . . .
J Stoppol, JOB Kraase, Tr.
vice I'reet a Astni.
H. S. 8EB, Agent Ashland; Ohio,.
THE GREATEST PAIS-RILIXyXjJ
. In THE WORLD. -
Warranted sunariar to anv nth
pay. for the sort of Chrppie Kheuraailam,' ,
Toothaehe, Headacl)o, Sort Throat, Mumps,
Butns,Cuts,ln9ct slings, Pains la tht Back, .
Chest and Limbs, Sprains, Old Sorts, Swell- . ..
inga; aura, hi iaat internally ior liarrnoetj, ,
noiiior, vuuo, . opasms, net eieantss,
Vomitlning, and Croup. It la perftetlyln "
nootat to take Internally, tf used aeoordlag ' -to
lha directions, ami iavif Nn ..
sands tan attest. It waa first Introduced in'
1847, and now millions pf bottles are aantvl ,.
ally sold, livery oat wKo las onoa astd it, ,. '.
tontinutt te do so, tad recommend; it te Ibolr
friends aa tht 0;Q8f valuable nedloUt a'. ,
lent. Certlfioalceenougn to fill a (otm Bewa ti
K.pcra , Deen reoeivta py vr. Ttblata
is mtdiijint, Ihs Venetian LioaBeat, will
io all that la stated, and man. Na -ill
retrrat trrin IL Thu. ui,ltH. .. . ji
tanee from a pl)ysiank will find It a rtUable
vuiwiuv uhtoub nana in oastoi a0el(4C&lS.
Ask for Dr. Tobias' Venetian Liaamtt,aad
taka nt ether. Prloa AO ual. -..j i
Sold byall Druggists. Depot, 6a'Cortls4 .
BALSTON ft VANTI1BUBO, ! "
Jewellers and 811vtrtmltka, llirtt ioort Vttt
of Millar Honaa. Aahland. Hold nrl an..
Ptat and a tholet vaiitt tf Jtwtlry kept -';';
oonstantly ea hand. Highttt pflo paid tor r j 1 ! j w
uiu gwiu auu BijTar. svepatruvg twBt to tnktt ;
and on reasoaabla terms. '
ane aosob ei annua vtDinn Org, t .
4 - w ....uu m ,
man . 4 .... . . i . ' il
mmr aiaii, lur w t fwv attttt Wlr TT
IBQOLU or8aVBBBDJUI, e tthM S'-J XT" '.
ef ttkM je '.
thtm, UUstralael - wit Vi
s, MASON JJ AMI ,3 Tij: '
TlltrtTUVUO at.-" u'
first prtmlKmi awarded t
ftatalnrnaa IVaa. 'at.ta
IN. Doatoa.tr MASON BttOTHtKS, Few
York.' t v- -
December 1, 1805 ?
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