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1 NevCrooas, 4 .New Qoods, New Goods, ; New Goods, a it. . i . ' - ; - - . ' Your attention is again called to ex amroaavery i ' .Large Assortment !i OP Goods, New Goods, JUST RECEIVED AT Mo. 1, TQ"WW..HALL, Seriates & Wvam. LOCAL AMD MISCELLANEOUS, . i - L V S. Ashland, O., And win be sordjst Low Figures', Of every description .JSlACKud COLORED Dress Silks, A XARGB LINE OF. -i.r.... Uj-, D a i p e t s :yERy cheap. HEN'fi AND BOY'S " SUMMER WEAR, .- A Fine Assortment ..A01E8 CL.OAKING8. ;" RISTORI 8 II AWLS it -..PBiQg; CURRENT 8 - .6-7 " " ASHLAND, JULY, 8 1868. Baxlotj. fob "A.VQV8T We nave received "a copy of this excellent Mon thly for August. It is filled with very well written matter, and cannot fail to interest all classes of readers. This Magazine is published by Elliott, Thomas & Co., No. 63 Congress street, Boston. The American Stock Journal. Farmers and stock breeders, who look to their own interests, should send for a copy -of this interesting Monthly Magazine. Specimen copies free. Address N. P. Boter fc Co., Publish ers, Parkereburg, Chester County, Pa . . . , , s ; Photographs. Kell & Eyman are making excellent Photographs, Ambro types and enlarged pictures, in India Ink, Oil or water Colors. They are prepared at all times, to do work on short notice. Office over Willis. & Kauffman's tin store, main street, Ashland. l-yr-52 f - T T T Persokal. Stephen Barron, Esq., of Akron, dropped in our sanctum on uwi, aua entered into a friendly chat on the issues of the times. Mr. Barron passed through the aboli tion furnace, during the war and like all the true Democrats of the Reserve, came out unscathed. If Summit l"had a few hundred more such Demo crats, it would not be long before she would be redeemed from the party of nusruie. Musical Institute, The Musical Institute under Prof. Baker, ' of Bos ton, and Prof. Kilburn, of this place, commenced on yesterday, and the ses sion will last two months. A full at tendance is expected. From the ex perience of Prof. Baker, and what we now of his success heretofore as a teacher of vocal music, we are led to believe that no better and more prac tical instructor can be found in the country. Chicago "Home Circle., ' The June number of this sterling monthly ends its sixth volume, with bright pros pects for the future It is deservedly the choice and the pride of the house hold. The family circle can have no truer friend, and every mother should lend her aid and give it a wide circu lation.- With the July number com- j i , - .- . nicnces ifie seven in -volume. JNow is the time to raise chjbs. On e dollar a year. . A copy free for a club of six. fepccimcn, ten cents. S.. M. Ken nedy, Editor, 194 Clark street, Chi cago, Illinois. A Child Attacked by Hogs. A little child of John Girl, on the Mansfield road, some five j-ears of age, was attacked by a lot of swine, some ten or fifteen in number, on Monday eveiringV ntl was dreadfully niaiigled about the arms, head and shoulders before it was taken away from them. A man at Mr. Sadler's happened to see the attack, and immediately went to the, rescue of the child, or it would have been torn to pieces by the . fero cious aninr.flls. Ibereisa lawagains1 swine and other animals running at larce, and it seems to us these half starved swine ought to be .- put up by their owners Deiore they attack some one else. Died, at his residence in South Ash land, June 29th, 1868, of consumpr tion, Brother David Smalley, in the 42d year of his age, Resolutions adopted by Mohican Lodge No. 85 of the I. O. O. F., of which the deceased was a member : Whereas, It has pleased God to remove from us our esteemed friend and brother, David bmalley, whose presence and counsels were always , i i . welcome in me ioage room , uiiu, Whereas, We desire to make ex pression of our sorrow as among those whose association witn tne aeceasea in life were bound together by the great and ever living principles of Friendship and Love; therefore, Resolved. That in his death tne Lodie u deprived of the counsels of an esteemed brother. Resolved, That we deeply sympa thize with his lone and sorrowing widow- and earnestly and devoutly pray that the pod of all comfort may give ner strength ancj consolation this her time of need. J. BARRON H.AMES, V. SHOOK, . . Committee. Lodge Room of Mohican Lodge No. 85. 1. O. O. F.. July 6th. 1868, Prints,.-. .. - tt -. to 1 Exhibit of the expenditures of the Ashland County Infirmary, for the year commencing April 8, 1867, and ending April 8, 1868 : -Amount expended at Infirmary, do - irot-noor pmupcm, do Medical attendance 2,G8Q 39 . . 763 40 448 68 - Total expenditure . XUJtBKB Or rAVFKBS ADMITTBD - tUE. ., . S3.877 82 DDB1SO THI Male, Females, Total, Numl W ales. Females, Total, Number of Deaths: Males, Females, ': g 87 i ' . . 10 4 14 1 1 9 . Total. We, the Directors of Ashland County Infirmary, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct report of this institution, aB shown by the books. M. LATTA, W. G. GALLOWAY, WM. CRAIG, Infirmary Directors. We, the Commissioners of Ashland County, after a careful examination find the fbregoipg report to be correct. JOHN VAN NEST, HENRY WICK, WJLLIAM COWAN, Commissioners of Ashland County. Accident. Mr. Robert .McNabb, foreman in Mr.' GreenwaldVclolhirig establishment, fell from a window in the clothing store, on Saturday last, and fractured both bones of the right leg just above his ankle. The frac ture was adjusted and he is doing as well as the warm weather will permit. It will be some time before he will re. coyer from the injury. 15 TIpsvt Brown Sheetine...- 18 - Dine, Muslin . . 10 'Bleached Muslin, -8 to 45 ;.: - Extra Muslin. 20 to 25 Straw Ticking - Feather " , Demins.. 8triped Shirting.. ' Got ' Kid Gloves Alexandria Kid G loves. r, 20 40 .18 18 1,00 ,25 ' The place lo buy CHEAP GOODS 's at No. 1, T6wn Hall., Bo sure and .eall. . . TCimienher at Pannelv"s you will : 4jnd the world renown GROVER & BAKER SEWING .MACHINE, and nnlv Sevinir Machine which re tha hichest nrise above all 11AU. reeeivinar "the eros of the T.AMAII oi" .11 3 nor at the Paris Exhibi- "tion.. - April l)tb, I8'68'." Ashland Fire Company. The Ashland Fire Company, with the steam engine, per invitation, visited Galion on the 4th of July to contend for a prize, offered by the fire com- names of that place Uur boys re- - turned with the first prize, a handsome silver pitcher, valued at $75. The company was highly pleased with the hospitality of .the people of Galion, and enjoyed the visit very much. Everything went .off satisfactorily, and the boys, and the steamer, returned safely on Saturday evening much elated over their success and the en tertainment given them by the fire department of Galion. Ashland County Sabbath School Mass Meeting on the 4th. About ten o'clock the chief Mar shal Mr. J. H. Barron, assisted by Messrs. H. Boffenmire, Jeff. Ensming- er, Geo. Kreichbaum and J. G. San born, was seen riding about the streets, gathering and arranging the delega tions from various Sabbath Schools and forming them into line, for the procession to the grove east of town. 4.t eleven o'clock, the immense pro cession, pearlv one and a half miles in length, was in motion for the grove, led by the Hayesville band, which discoursed most excellent music. The procession was about one hour in arriving and taking position in Dr. J. B. F. Sampsel's grove. Having arrived safely on the grounds, it was not long before a bountiful supply of refreshments was spread by each delegation, for those in attendance. Evgrythipg needful, by way of eatables, lemonade, soda, and nature's own pure and sparkling waters, was had i abundance, and many a cheerful smile and welcome grasp greeted those who, by their pres ence, endorsed and gave countenance to the Sunday School cause. At the sound of music, the vast concourse assembled around the ros trum erected for tiie speakers. The audience was called to order by Rev. J. Robinson, President. The schools then sung the "Sunday School Army," making the grove ring with fine melody. PRAYER. By the Rev. Mr. Scott. singing. By the Choir. ADDRESS. An address was then delivered by Rev. J.-M. Clayton, ot Cincinnati. He dwelt for three quarters of an hour on the advantages of the Sunday school in training the minds of the and clirectincr the thoughts of our youth to correct prin ciples, and association, that would influence them in an after life. He recited in most eloquent, yet simple! language, many instances wnere the essons learned in the founday bcliool had influenced the lives f ihose at tending them through all the stages nf fortune and misfortune. We have seldom listened to a more earnest, and appropriate discourse. It will take a prominent place in the memo ry of those present. TOASTS. A number of toasts, deemed ap propriate to the occasion, were read. They were responded to by lvev s. Robinson, Swick, Scely , Scott, Fricri and Zimmprm.aji in an appropriate and eloauont manner. Afw whieh the auaience was dis missed. All in all, we think J.t one of the plcasantest celebrtioas we ever attend ed. There was a shower early in the morning, that coolled the air and set tled the dust, and this was followed bv a hazv appearance of the heavens mi J a a all day that prevented excessive heat. Everything seemed to conspire to render the occasion one lone to be remembered No accidents of any kind occurred to mar the occasion. Not an unsober person was seen on or about the grounds and the ibest .order prevailed every where. We trust we may live to see minv more such demonstrations in this county. In the evening a large paper balloon was successfully sent up by Mr, Vernon Slocuaju und the night breezes carried it many miles to the east before it collapsed.. The fire works went off splendidly. and gave general satisfaction. They were conducted by Mr. W. A. Roller. After the fire works, I1 retired -be lievinethat the day had been well spent. Hardwabe. S. W. & T. M. Beer have continually on hand all sorts of hardward, cutlery, Ac. They have also a fine supply of Rakes, Shovel Plows, Pitch Forks, Shovels and" the like, which they propose to sell cheap, for cash, to farmers and others. Call in and examine their stock, and suit yourselves as to quality and price Eighteenth Quarterly Report Of the Condition of the First Nation' al Bank of AMand, Ohio, on the . Morning of the FirU Monday of Juif, 1868. BESOURP&S. Loans and Discounts, - .$255 063 95 Over drafts, ' 1,580 76 Furniture and Fixtures, 1,792 74 Expensts, . . 2,925 50 Kevenne stamps ana Casn Items, Due from National Banks, Due from other Banks, Donda and Mortgages, Legal Tender and Species, Bmk Notes and Fractjor.al Currency, o 3,110 91 39,179,62 809 90 60,384 72 53,545 70 5,105 80 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in Surplus Fund, . Circulating Notes, Deposits, Due to National Banks, Due to Other Banks, Discount Exchange and : Interest Pre fit and Loss, Z 424,399 10 50,000 00 8,813 84 45.000 00 314,197 18 1,795 55 27 17 3,510 41 1,054 95 Stolen. On . Friday, May 3d, a light bay. horse, tr years pind legs white nearly to the knees; one fore, leg whits to the pasture joint, is thin in flesh, of mealufu siie J and was cap tared from a' man who ftado bis eh eape. The owner c'aii have his horse by proving property, and paying the charges for keeping and advertising; otherwise' he will lie sold according to law. " . , L. U. jjtPLINGER, . Sheriff of Ashland County. - 3w50. 1 . Fine Farm for Sai,k. Mr. D. H. M. Shidler, will offer for sals his farm, consisting of 147 acres, 100 sores clear ed, with good dwelling houses, fine bank barn, and a pair of good driving horses, . buggy and harness, a lot of sheep and farming ntensils, on the premises, en the road leading from Howsbu'g o Lafayette, in Perry Tp , of this county, on Friday, July 101, 1860. Terms made known on day of sale Here is a fine chance to obtain a sp'en did farm. - Go and see it. 4w50- Stolen On Thursday evening, June 11, a stranger left under suspi cious circumstances, at the Livery Sta ble ot the undersigned, a sorrel horse, about six years old, sixteen hands high, thin in flesh, right hind foot white and star ih to" forehead. The- owner can have his horse by proving property, Pittsburgh., Fort Wayn Chicago Railway; On and afUnr May llife, l$63. Trains will leare Stations cUily,' (Suudays except ed.) as follows : Train' leaving Chicago at 6.85 P. M , leaves daly 1 (Train leaving Pittsburgh at 1,45 P. M., leaves daily " TBAIN3 GO1K0 WEST. Stations Eip'ss Exp'ss Exp'as Exp'ss Pittsburgh 6,45am O.Qsiqi 1,45pm 2.00am Rochester 8,15am 10,4Uojii 3.05pm 3,10am Salem lC,81am lS,26ta 4,5lpm 4,61am Alliance 11,25am 1,15pm 5,45pm 6,45am Canton- 12 lipm l,5rpm 6,28pm 6,27am Massilloa 12,40pm 2,18pm 6,45pm 5,47am OrrvtHa 1, 32pm 2.62pm 7.18pm 7,17am Wooster 2,07pm 3,20pm ?.45pm 7,4uam Mansfield 4,00pm 6,00pm 9,28pm 9,16am i i . t r e on -1A n r ., I A 1 . p ill t,t,jui xv.wyiu ,7,7tjauj creel e r n ti k nnnn, in isnn. m niu.m Bucyrus 6,2'Jam 6.10pm 10,41pm 10.25am V 8aad'ky 7,18am 7,19pm 11,14pm 10,58am Forest 7,49am 7,51pm 1 1,47pm 1 1 ,27am Lima 9.03am 9,08pm 1,15am 12,27pm Van Wert 10,15am 10.16pm 2.07am 1,28pm Ft Wayne I2.l0pm 1 l.&Opm 8,20am 8,00pm Columbia-1,00pm 12,3 am 8,66am 8,37pm Warsaw 1.65pm 1.32am 4.42am 4,22pm Plymouth 8,0Cpm 2,33am 6,65am 6,10pm Valparariso 4.47pm 4,15am 8,24am 6,35pm Chicago 7,00pm 6,20am 9,10am 8,20pm GOLNG EAST. J. B. F. SAMrsi'- .q-,,..i, , , BoKFESMlaB. A Co) HardWa " ASHLAND; 6niO. . We keep -constantly on' Ita'rid a general stock of i ' ' i HARAKE; SADDLERY,, CARRIAGE TRIMMINGS, DOORS, SASH, GLASSs&c. 1-PAINTS & 01LSn Fall n stock and Buck L.end&, Also, Springfield Cottage Paints. Stations Etp'aa Exp'ss Exp'ss Exy'as Chicaso 8,20am 9,20pm 6,30pm 4,50am Valparariso 9,59am 11,96pm 7.10pm 6,B7am Plymouth 11,25am 12,37am 9,00pm 9,10am Warsaw 12,21pm 1,82am 9,60pm lOOam Columbia 1.00pm 2,17am 10,30pm 11,15am Ft. Wayne 2,Oopm 3,1 "am 11,15pm 12,20pm Van Wert 3,U2pm 4.auam iz.ioam z.wpm Lima . 4,00pm 5.3oam 1.15am 8,19pm Eorest " 6,09pm 6,53am 2,18am 4,43pm CSnndky 6,83pm 7.18am 2,42am 5,14pm Bucyrus 6,09pm 8,01am 8,16am 5.57pm Crest A 6.84pm 8,8.0am ,40m 6,30pm line D 6,56pm 9,10am 8,55ara 6,30am Mansfield 7,23pm 9,37am 4,24am 6,10am Wooster 8,53pm 11,00am d,60am 8.10am OrrTille 0,18pm 11,27am 6,15am 8,41am 2!Millon 9,60pm 11.67am 6.47am 9.20am .id r..v,ne; exnensea for keeoins and Canton 10,06pm 12.13, m7.d0am li,40am . , . advertiaine ; 'otherwise be will be Bold according to law. SPRINGER & MILLER. Livery Men, Ashland, O- 3w50. . $424,399 10 I, J. O Jennings Cashier of the First National Bank of Ashland do sol etnnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I. O. JENNINGS, Cashier. State of Ohio County of Ashland Sworn to and subscribed before me this 7th day of July 1868 KUBJSKT McMUJtUAY, J. V. Drugs ! Drugs 1 1 J. . R. Squire has just received, and has for sale, at his Drug Store, for medieal purposes, a very superior quality of French Cogu-Lm; New Castle, 7, V am; arrives Allegheny n a n . wit lae, Brandy : ana jf rencn t ort v ine We are of opinion it is the finest in the market for medieal uso. Physicians will do well to examine these articles IN BANKRUPTCY. .. In the District Court of the United , Slates, for the Northern District of Ohio. Jn the matter of Samuel B Kennedy BanTcrupt. At Cltvnland in the said District, on the 1st day efjaty A. D- 1868 Northern Dis trict of Ohio, ss. Take notice that a petition has been filed in said Court by Srmnel D. Cen nedy of Jeroroeviile in the County of Ashland in said District, duly declared a Bankrupt under the Act of Congress of March 2d, 1867, for a discharge, and a cer ificate thereof, from all his debts and other claims provable under sa:d Act. and that the 31st day of Jnly next, at 10 o'clock A M , is arsigncd for the hearing of the same, jyliep and where you may attend and show cause, if any you tjye, why the prayer of the said Pe ition should not be granted. Yju will also take notice that the second and third meetings oi Creditors, required by the 27th and 28th sections of said Act, will be held by order of said Conrt on tha 2oth day of July A D. 1868 at 10 o'clock A M. at Mans field in said District, 'before H C Hedges Esquire, one ef the Registers of said Court. EAIiL BILL. 3wl - Clerk of the District Court. Howard association B side and Bridegroom Essays for Young Men on the interesting relation ot Bride rrmnm tn Bride in the institution of Marriage. a Guidolo .matrimonial fo liehv. and true happiness. Sent by mail in scaled letter envelopes free of charge Address, Howard associa tion, Box lVFhiladelptiia, fa. ly-51 Whose Gallery is it that makes the best pictures of all kinds, both great and small, single pictures and group pictures, pictures of children and lit tle babies, old men and old ladies in short, the best pictures of every kind: ambrotypes, photographs, pictures colored in oil, pictures colored in water colors, pictures finished in India ink. view pictures of residences, Ac. &. ? Why, Johnsors- Uliance 10.60pm 12,65pm 8,05am 10,40am Salem ll,20ttm l,2'pm 8,32am u.zaam Roceester 1,05am 8,02pm 10 05am 1.65pm PiUs.gh 2,10am 4,10pm 11.10 am 4,20pm Vonneslown, New Castle and Erie Ex press leaves loungstown, z.aupm; Mew Castle, 4,00pm ; arrives Pittsburgh, 6,00pm. Returning;, leaves Pittsburgh 7,15am : ar rives New Castle, 9,40am ; Toungstown, 10,4-:am. ounc8town, New Castle and Pittsburgh Accommodaliqn leave Youngstown, 6,00 iron & Nails, Iron.Chnin aid wc.f d riin.r. lead fin Clothes Wringers, inc'uding the Munito & Cold 'a Patents none better toeeihe ith every article to be found in a fir class Hardware Store. l'e.Mms contempla ting building will do well to give us a call, our prices ara very low for cash We want your trade. REMEMBER TUE PLACE, Nearly opposite the First . Nation: I Bank, Main Street Ashland, O. ' Aprit 221868, n43. I ! Rc-u'driiwlbr.lis .'ft t tC I Hi ,4T. it J -H .v,tty. new Carriage manufactqbY. 3 1 IJA ASHLAND. , 1 t.-.t9l'4 ;-i it -" AT the old Carriage Shop formerly oe? cupiedby Ames &eaoh.: .ijju tn H Wo would" respectfully inform the cJti j I zens of Athland and uJjoitiiivg counlics; i-i that the well known firm of if. J. TR.-: VUR A CQ., of Wad-worth, Ohio,. hav established a Uranch Shop, in Ashland. ' where we shail keep on haud. and uaka-tcf i n order, all kinds of CAKllIiGKS BUG- . GIES, SLEIGHS, of te latest, styles nptf , t . ' fmprovemtnts. Alf o rworkfs ; ...... .: -Ti '- .-':! B OOKS -jjooks ; jopksi IN BANKEUPT0T. In the District Court of the United States, for the Northern District of, Ohio. In the matter of Luthzi I otter Bankrupt. At Cleoefanil,in the ' District, on the 1st day of July A. D 1868 Northtrn District of OA 'o,s.'"J Take notice that a petition has been filed in said Court by Luther Potttr of eromcvil.p in the Connty oi Ashland n said Dis'nct, duly declared a Uank runt under the Act oi "Jongrcss oi arch 2nd. 1801. tor a disctiaree, ana certificate thereof, from all bis debts nd other claims provable under said ' Act, and that the 21st day of July next, at 10 o cltck A M., is assignca for tbo hctring cf the same, when and where you may attend and show cause, f any you. have, why tne prayer ci tne said Petition should not be granted You will also take notico that the econd and third meetings of Creditors, required by the 27th and 28th sectiona of said. Act. will bo held by order of said Court on tha 2Sth xliy of J-uly A. D. 1868 at 10 o eloek A M. at Mans field in Fatd District, before II. C Hedges Esquire, one of the Registers of said Cocrt. ... EARL BILL.. 3 w 1 Clerk of the District Court. Foot Kot. The greatest remedy vet discovered for the cure of that terrible malady Foot Rot and J; ouls in Sheep, is Shepherd's Joy. Far mers bavins sheep afflicted, should procure a bottle immediately. JU.an- ictured and sold by Foltz & Bab- eon, Ashland, O. n48tf. i Auditor of State's Office, Department oi Insurance, Cpj-UMBUS, O., June 2d, 18ba. It is hereby Certified, That the Farmers Insurance Company, located at Jelloway, If. oox County, Ohio, has been duly changed from a Mutual to a Joint Stock Company, retaining the name of Farmers' Insoranpe Company. That .ts Caiptal Stock is 8100,000, all of which is paid up in notes and mort gages on real estate. That its assets are as follows, to-wit : . Kni nrd bv Morttmees 8100.000 00 Cash In Treasury zv w Cash in hands of Agent 8,870 4S Bills Receivable 611 60 Real Estate owntd by the Company COO 00 Total Assets $105,195 03 4 mnnn t nf nntstandincr Policies .ndnunld Organization . S2.000.100 00 Premium Notes "of old Organization 41,007 67 Liabilities otoia company Mi TMr pent, re-insurance on the In Witness Whereof, I havo . hereunto subscribed my name and fseall caused the Seal of my office to be i- J .1 amxea. me uav ana . year uuwc written. JAS. H, GODMAN. Auditor of State. S. HILD BRAND., ei. 3 w 51 10.90am. Returning, bayes Pittsburgh, 4,86pm, arrives New Castle, 7,U3pm 1 oungs town. 7,60p.m. r. it. Mli.ua, General Ticket Agent. . A. SPLENDID FARM XTOIfc HALK, R. M. ZUVER. Is oflcting to'the citizens of Ashla i cinity 'he fullest stock of goods i nis nni tbaqever was t tiered to the public in Ashland, BOOKS. School Books. Blank Books, together with a laree selection of miscellaneous Hnn1 which arc offered at reduced rates. VTL PAPER. Wall Paper and Borders. Wiadow Paner clolb and naner Shndpa with fi-riiiip t.n.A T offer my for sale situated two miles and Tasscia cheap with the times. land a half South of the fluunsning otwn of Ashland. This farm contains STATIOKEliF, -r 11 M-oV .nil lonJ OS .anf l uve on nana a large stack of School ui cai.giii.ui, -w.- w rj(0lonerv ,n full anRortmpnt. nl Inn which is in timber, the balance cleared and under good fence: a good orchard of fruit and a good sugar orchard of 800 frers. Also a good bank barn 40x70 feet, with well in barn yard. The dwelling house is frame and in good condition, with never failing well of water at the door, spring hcuse, and never failing running; spring water through the farm. This is one of the best pieces of land in Montgomery township. Any person desiring a good farm, will do well to call and sec this one. ' Enquire on the premises ol B UOUCK, Or of Michael Miller, Miller House, Ashland. For further nnrticulars inquire of J. D. Jones. RANDALL'S PATENT HAY BAKE Patented May 23d, 1805. .- U: AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE, Department of Insurance. Columbus, June 25th 1868, It is hereby certified that the American Popular Life Insurance Company located at New York in the state of New York has somDlied in all respects, with the laws of this state relating to Lite insurance compa nies for the current year, and has filed in this office a sworn statement, by the proper offioers showing it, condition and business, at the date of such statement, as iouow: Amount of actual raid up capital $100,000 00 Aggregate amount of available assets zzu,im to Ap-creirate amount of Liabilities except capital stock 83,957 91 Amount of of income for the ore- ceding year 101,20s 16 Amount of expenditures for the preceding year 00,000 j. In witness whereof, I have hereunto sub scribed my name and caused the seal of my office to ba affixed, me day and yea aDove written. JAS. n. GODMAN, Auditor of Slate, By Jas. .Williams, Chief Clerk. 2wl Great many people who read news paperst never even give a hasty stance at a business advertisement, and if a MAN has a choice variety of goods, which he is sellinar at verv low prices, it hardly pays him to publish the fact ; therefore we have FOUND it best to print this notice, and in vite everybody to call and see our stock of Drugs, Medicines, Chemi cals. Toilet and t ancy soaps, irer- fumeries, Pomades, Hair-oil a great varietr of Inks. Pens and Penhold- im. ttw best Italian v lonu a Guitar Strings. Paints and Varnish Brushes, Whitewash brusnes, lau keo Notions in creat variety. Those who wih to examine our goods ano save money, and those who are not UtHU tothei?o.w interests, will not rail to buv their Drues and . Jueaicines and all the other goods they use onr line at verv low prices anu small profits at our storo in ASM LAN L. U. ' PANCOAST & SON. Ivr48. WOOSTER HACK LINE. A eood comfortable Back Line for the accommodation .of passengers will leave Ashland for Wooster, ti-i-weekly, leaving Ashland Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays at 8 o'clock jn the morning, via Rowsburg Pittsturir, Beedsburg and Jefferson. Through fare, $2,00 Hack also iri Weekly from Ashland to Orange and back the same day. Leaving Ashland Tuesdays; Thursdays and Satur days, Face 60cts SPRINGER & MILLER, Proprietors iftS. " CORRECTED WEEKLY BY ' FRAZEh & REBMAN,' STONE CORNER, ASHLAND, O Flourg barrel ..,.-..$ 10 00 Wheat bushel Corn 9 bushel -1 Oats bushel Rye "p bushel. , - Barley $ busht! Butter : - Epgs 9 dosen.., - , Cheese g pound-.-T- Lard pound. . Beans 3 bushtj, Dried apples po.uud Dried peaches. ..... Clover see" $ bushel... Salt barrel....,...- Timothy rejad bushel Ham pound.--,, Shoulder "g pound . Bacon - - No 1 white fish half bbl. No 1 Picker! do White Bass do Hcrrnz " do ton'.- CHAMPI0N OF THE W0ELD Great Sweepstakes of the World 1 fTniS Rake'.has been tested thoroughly I and found to gave entire fatisfactkn in every particu ar . A grand triump- oyer.au .ooptpetiuon, ana a tpicotifu ClUSlOU ei UftKUi i 15,1 cm co - in tha records ana trial oi we chani Dg ftlinuant eviaence mu our i Is the only Rake Worth Hiving thhe undersigned ere the agentsand have H e exclusive right of sale for Ricblan.4, Anhland and Wayne Countie .nd are now prepared to supply the de- A f, ibn Rake in these counties. - . . These machines can oe seen at me enop of R.R. Smith Sign rainier ana ntenaii Cntter. earner or rourtn ana jiasi dia mond Stree.s, Mansfield, Ohio. -. Read tills uertuicnie. Va WaaT. O.. Nov. 1, 1867. We think the Randall Rake is the best Rake that we have ever seen. And our farmers whom we have heard express themselves, think so. It has worked here o the enure sauiaci.ioa ui wur iuiks- a. i. Mcuvtuji auo. tt and County Rights can be had by nnlinir to Kanaaii, cmun a uo., van Wert.O. 1 lb. Jb. OiUllll, JAMES CLAKK On od a cents wanted to 1 machines in the bove named counties. 2m44 NOW READY, a nnnir UTlTt TTTTC TIM ICS ! An Unanswered and Unanswerable Exposition of the Nature and Theory of our Government. nnces. Writing paper from the iest manufacturers. Envelopes of every size and quality. MUSICAL INSTRTMENTS. Cossistings cf Violins, Accordeons, Flutes, Fifes. Flagilifs, riccolocs. Cluroneta. Guit ars, &c. PICTURES! PICTURES! Prangs celebrated Chromos. French and American Lithographs. Steel Engravings. Pictures framed to order. Picture Frames and moulding either Gilt or-Rosewood and Gilt, constantly on hflnd we are prepared to put up picture with any kind of moulding either Square or OvaL BOOK BINDING. , We are prepared to do all kinds of bindinc i with ncatnesb and dispatch. So fetch alone your Magazines and get them bound. You will hnu us on Main street. 4 doors east, of the McNully House, at the sign of the Big ouua. . - R. M. ZUVER. No.481yr. 3?csx-iaioxx.X History . OF ULYSSES S GRANT. With 24 Full Page Engravings. AND FAC SIMIL.ES OF THE FAMOUS "UN CONDITIONAL SURRENDER" CORRESPONDENCE. AND . OTHER IMPORTANT LETTERS AND - DOCUMENTS. VParrantod. . ... j . li am nA nnlliinir but the best maUriaf K ' and employ none but first clasr mcchan-i S-r.:.;.--'. ics. We feel safe in saying, that for di. ri rability and finish, eur work stands seconder to non made in the State. All ofwhioli . ..", we wilt offer, at as low a price, as (lb eat-u . l quality oi work and tiiuea will admit of-. . Wo also give notice, that we- doKt- pairing- pertaining to -any part of tha '.'i J s Carriage Business, on short notice and at f v, v reasonable rnles.. AVe hepe by fair and ' honorable dealing to merit your fatron- T ago, and request you to call and examine- f-' ' our work in all stager of completion , ,ai)dj I ,; we th'ink yen will be well paid for q cfij- ; I f i , ,nS" H. J. TRAVER & CO";'-; '' 'V A3ENTS WANTED POR Ihe OUcial History OF THE WAR, " -i ;' Its Causes, Character, Conduct ant" Results. . . . . BY HON. ALEX H STEPHENS -: A Book for all Sections and t all partiei. - ", This great work prercnls the only com plctd and impartial analysis of the 'Causes'. ' of the Was yet published:, acef. gives thosm interior lights and shadows .of the great, , conflict only known to those who watched the flood -tide of revolution from its foun tain springs, and which Here so accessible6' to Mr. Stephens from his positiio as sec nd officer of the Confederacy. ' ' . .- , To a public that has been eurfol'ed' . with APPARENTLY SIMILAR PKOUCtV . TIONS, wepamise achange of fare, botii agreeable and Balu'ary, and an intellectual treat of the highest order. The Great Americuu War has AT LAST found a hisr." ' torian worthy of , its , importance, and aff -whose hands it will receive that moderate,, candid and impartial tr atment which truth and iu tice so urgently demand. ' ' The intense desire everywhere manifest I '' ed to obtain-this work, its Official character ' '' and ready sale, combined with an increasedf . -' commission, maze it the best subscription . , book ever published. ;-:.- One Agent in taslon, 1 a reports fi subscribers iu three days. - - , - " - One in Boston, Maes , 103 subscribers in - 1 four days. - - . r One in Memphis Tenn., lUb subscribers r in five days. ' ... Send for Circulars and see our terms, and , a full description of the work, with Pret s uo ces of advance sheets, &.: ' -" tiddress NAT. PUB. COMPY. 148 W, Fourth St, Cincinnati, OliiOL.-,,-; V5 I Look Here O i o,oo o1 ; t)fH r - . A W H.' J - I WORT Carriages 18S 3- -1808. Now Ready for Spring Trade, BY AT THIS albf.b-t i. KioifAKDsoiV.j Leach Carriage Works.- l AUTHOR PF 'FIELD, DUNGEON, AND ESCAPE," AND "BEYOND ' THE MISSISSIPPI." r..nge St., near tne ura .,, - 0111111 W Ul A. 4G.W R'yDcr Issued by subscription only, and not for sale in the Book-stores. Residents of an State in the Union deriring a copy should address the Publishers, and an agent wil call upon them.") ; . . HARTFORD, CONN., AMERICAN PUB. COMPANY NEW YORK : BLISS AND C031PANY. 1868. 75 90 60 25 15 20 18 15 15 4 00 5 12 6 50 3 00 2 00 18 15 14 8 75 8 00 6 00 6 00 4 50- THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT, Its Nature and character; Being a review of Judge Story's Commen I taries on the CONSTITUTION OF THE STATES UNITED Br Judire A P Unsher. a law st udent under Lne instruction ox itiluhiu inn. buiuw w the life of Patriot Henry, Judge of the General Court cf Virginia, Secretary of the Navv in 1841-2 and Secretary of state on the retirement of Daniel Webster. With an introduction and copious critical ana explanatory notes, oj j. vuaunccy nurr. One toL 12mo, Cloth. - Friee $1,50. Rant hv mnll rmnt nnld on'reeelnt of price. Address ,: VAjJ EVRIE. ilQRTON & CO., - 162 ijtasean otrec new xora. 2wi - ROAD TAX NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that the amount of Road Tax assessed by tne County Commissioners and by Town ship Trustees in (he several townships ... . . . etna ' f' in Asmana county, tor tooo, .is ax 101 lows: In Green, Lake, Vermillion, Perry. Jackson, Milton, Clearcreek, Orange Sullivan, Troy and Raggles townships, ten cents on every hundred j ojlars val nation. ; ' In Hanover township. Forty cents. In Mohican township. Fifteen .cents. In Montgomery tp. Thirteen cents. and in Mifflin tp., Fifteen cents, and on every hundred dollars valuation j and that said tax may be dibotiarsea dv ia bor on the roads made under the di rections of the Supervisors of ihe sev eral districts of said townships. R. M. CAMPBELL. d-unty Auditor. ; AGENTS WANTED FOR MEN OF OUR DAY Th e lives of GRANT, COLFAX, and al the leading men of the nation, (over bu) in one volume, by Dr. L. P. Brockett, the pop- vlar Biographical Editor or "Appleton Cyclopaedia." Over 600 pages and 42 fine steel portraits, 'i he only complete or re liable work of the kind rnblished. Price very low. Sales immense. Any lntetti trnt man or woman cn clear $150 to 5200 oer month. One assent made 5300 in five wn-Va- R.nd for oircu"ar. Address ZEiGLEB, & McCUBDY t CO. Publithers, rhil'a CinO., Chic0, lit; St buis, Mo ITTE take pleasure Jn saying to the W publia that we have removed our. Carriage Shop to our new building,, just ' 'J(- finished, near tne A. u. naiiway uo-41. pot, on Orange Street where our business , is much enlarged and -where we are pre' ' ' pare! to furnifh -. CARRIAGE?, ,". '. . BUGGIES, . I V 'WAGGONS together with every article in our line of -businsss on short notice, all of which will oe sold cheap for cash. , Our wor'i ie the best manufactured in the country. - Ue. ,,, sure and examine our stock of work. now , , . on hand, it is the finest lot ever put upon ( exhibit on in ALhland. and is very attract-' - ive. Be sure and cxamtuo it boioro pur-a chouing elsewhere. .'.-' r ' ' Mr. IS. U. i.lSAti wuip onn , ; perintend the tuajpess cilhe worts. .- . Itenairinsr and Trimming .1 7 Done on short notice, an-t ot reasonable terms. , . ' - V.iH .'X D. S- SAMPSEL & CO., Proirietor8r E. G. LEACli, " i: ATTACHMENT. John Ilelbcrt, Pl'ff ) Before Joseph Slater j , airai'nst . J. P. of Moldcan town-- Daniel Coup, DefLi 'ship, Ashland Co., OT - On the 9th dav of June A. D; 1808, ski:; Justice Issued an order ot attachment, in itiu above action for the sum of $44. , . JOSEPK SLATER, J. P. Mohican: June 16, 1868. 8w62. 1 ETECUTOR'S NOTICE! Noticq ' is hereby . given, that the;. subscribers have been appointea xUS, L Bctttors of the estate of David SuiEllcy.. hate of' Ashland County Ohio, deccas-,. WILLIAM DAVAULT, i ISAAC GATES, j 1 , Dated at Ashland, this . 3d uay. ot, , Suly, 1868 Swl ADMINISTRATOR'S NOICE. . Notice is hereby given that the' undersigned has bqen appoihten' Administrator of the estate or Wmi' S. Strickland, deceased. W. ARSMavTROUT'