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WEDNESDAY. JUNE 16, 1862.
,- ' FOR PRESIDENT,
Gen, FRANKLIN PIERCE,
of new hampshire.
"" Tfor vice president, " ' "
WILLIAM It. KING,
Forjudge of the Supreme Court,
WILLIAM B. CALDWELL.
For Member of Board of Public Iforkt,
JAMES B. 8TEEDMAN.
- The iwurd mightier than the eu.'
At in 18 10 and 1818, so it is lo be in
1854 ; the federal parly are lo discard all
inquiry into the claim of their candidate
for the Presidency on the score of poliii.
cal principle and salesmanship, and have
determined lo rely alone for success upon
the sword, gun-powder and humbug.
-The N. Y. Timet, one oi the leading
fcdcaral journals in the Einpiro Siale,
makes the following shameful avowal :
one thine his (General Scoti s)
I mav rest anile assured; if he can-
i nominated and elected President on
the s renelll ol Wliat no is, aim wnai ue
has done, he certainly cannot on anything
lie may write. This is one of those cases
in which the pen is not mightier than the
We remember an old anecdote which
illustrates the idea of the Timet very
Jl British nobleman hau tne miaioriune
loIYave a son who was non r.oinputmcn-
fjsfVnd who, pn that account, was never
uflerenlo be seen by visitors at ihe no
bleinan's mansion. Upon one occasion,
however, hissfitther, after a long and regu
lar "course of snruuts," had determined lo
introduce his suiVo a parly of gentlemen
who were visiting him upon condition tint
the unfortunate young man would make
a solemn promise lo hold his peace, or in
other words,, to "sing mum."
The young man having been thoroughly
drilled, 'he was led into the drawing room
by his father, and presented lo the gen
tleman there assembled, and then took his
seat in a remote part of the room. The
fithei being called suddenly away, ono of
theompany, wishing tu allow some civility
to the' son, ventured to propound some
common-place interrogatory, but the
young man merely answered by a vacant
flare. The question was several times
repeated wilh no better success; when
one of the gentlemen remarked, "I recun
ihe fellow's fV" Tne f;llllor oon af
ter re-enlored .V room, when the young
man 'immediately jumped up nd exclaim
ed., to his father "I say, dad they've
found me out, without my saying a word!
So here is one case upon record where
Ihe "mum" policy didn't win sure-t.
The transcendent smartness of the federal
wirepullers may "o'cilcap itself, and full
oil t'other side."
Advauce lu tuo prices of Provisions and
The prospect of an advance in the price
of provisions, and particularly' of ool
which has now, next to wheat, become the
staple product of "cur county, will cause
our farmers and business men to rejoice.
Tho luvy. prices of wheat and flour during
the past two years, and Ihe large amount
of money which has been taken lo Call
lornia, have nearly exhausted our county
qf its "circulating medium," and rendered
it difficult for; our Best business men to
,.The wheat crops of the last year and
the-.yaarprvceeding, were uuprecedentedly
large but brf account of Ihe low prices,
(which the combined efforts of Kclly's
"(ej dogs" . aud the 'Independent litter"
were unable to remedy,) our farmers have
most of those crops yet on hand. A
prpp'ec, of art advance, therefore, in the
price of wool, will gladden the hearts of
all. We copy the following from the
last letter of the intelligent New York
commercial correspondent of the Washing
ion Union: '
,','We are now approaching the period
of the year when the effects of the Euro
pean scarcity nf food will be felt in the
market, and tho rales are already more
firm. Wool is firm, and rising the hol
ders are all confident of a considerable rise
before the full. The present clips opened
at 10 cents below the rates of last year,
but many holders expect an advance of
6 cents above last year say 15 cents
higher than June 1, 1892. This is based
on llie undoubted short production in the
United States, and the aspect of ihe for
eign market, which precludes the idea of
very targe importations. Flour is higher
say.M.OOand ti'VZ, Stale; f 2.1S and
t-l,3t, mixed Western, ltye flour, 93,18.
Ctfru' ipe.d,' 3,I2 'and 93,18. ltye, 76
cents. Oats, 43 and 44 cents. Corn, 03
els., round yellow. Pork is firm at 918,
mess; 910,25 and 910,37, prime. Lard,
114 cents; prime kegs. Oliij butter, IS
and 18J cents,' -
taT Attorney at Law and Solicitor
1 Chancery. At a recent term of the
District Court of this Slate, held in Mans
field, Geo. II. Parser, Esq., of this prace.
was admitted as an Attorney at Law. lie
is a 'worthy young fellow, and may suc
cess attend) hint in his new avocation.
B Card in another column.
Bee Circus advertisement in another to-
turns). ""'..' 1 ':'...'
' .I L ': 1 I '
The Testimony of an Enemy I
Among (he notices of. General Pierce's
nomination which tha whig press has put
forth', hat of the New York Tribune bears
a testimony to General Pierce's merits and
principles which- deserves lo be noted.
That journal says; .
"Franklin Pierce evidently considers
that this country was c'reaied on purpoae
to be ruled by the party styling itself
'democratic and never harbored a sus
picion that party ever was or could be in
error. If asked what was the occasion of
Adam's fall, he would instinctively answer
federalism! lie never had one progres
sive idea, but is in all things a model hunk
er. His hicofiicoisni is of a vindictive and
malignant type peculiar lo New Hamp
shire, Ohio alone vainly attempting to
equal it." ' .. - -
Hers is an accusation fur a democrat to
be proud of. General Pierce, it tells us,
is full of faith in Ihe democratic principles.
lie looks upon federalism as akin to origi
nal sin. lie scorns all the new iimt, and
especially abolitionism; and when w big
ger y is in question, he is not apt to mince
the phrases in which he expresses his
opinion of it. Lastly, he is of opinion
that the democratic party is, entitled to
govern the country. . We rather think thai
party will agree lo that doctrine.
Now, il tne 1 riuuno coulil ,cmljr have
said that Gen. Pierce was in favor of
abolishing the veto power, of restoring a
national bank, anil ol distributing Ihe pro
ceeds of the public lands, the charge, i
trup, would have put him on the same
level in that respect wilh his probable op.
poncnt. Then if Gen. Pierce wanted first
to annex Canada, and then had conceived
the "progressive idea" of repealing the
naturalization laws, the similitude between
him and Gen. Scott would be advanced
still another step. Then if General Pierce
was only brought forwurd by antislavery
agitators lo reopen the slavery, agitation,
as the whig journals tell us Gen. Scott is :
if because of this fact he had got a nomi
nation on condition of publishing no pledge
about the Compromise; and, lastly, if, like
Gen. Scott, he had only written a few let.
ters lo take back former ones, the parallel
between Ihe fvo party leaders would have
been still more complete.
And in such a case the Mexican-war-loving
Tribune would perhaps have sup
ported PiercH almost as zealously as it now
supports Scon. IFathington Union.
Washing rox, June 0, 1852,
Senvtr. The House resolution fixing
the adjournment on tho loth August, was
t,akcn up, and on 1 lie motion of Mr. Hun
ter, was laid on the table.
The bill allowing to the Utah Judges
their salaries, notwithstanding ilioir ah
sence from the territory, was relurned from
ihe House, with an amendment, which
was agreed lo, and the bill passed.
The Senate took up the joint resolution
directing the Secretary of the Navy to
complete the war steamer lor Hart; defense
according lo the contncl with K. I., bleph
ens in 1842, but which had never been
carried out in consequence of Stephens re
fusing to submit his plans hi the Secretary
After some debatu the subject was post
Washington, June 10
House. The question before the House
being a reconsideration of the vote by
which Ihe Senate bill, granting land lo
aid in ihe 0 instruction of a railroad, was
laid on Ihe table.
The House refused in lay the motion
on the table, and also refused lo re-cunstd
er the vote.
The House refused lo take up the I'enn
sylvnnia contested election case of Wright
1 he House then went into committee
on the Indian appropriation bill, when a
tvry spiiited debate sprung up on Ihe
claims of certain candidates 10 Ihe Presi
dency, at Ihe conclusion of which the
Committee arose and the House adjourn
Sknate. Mr. Seward presented a me
mortal Irmn the New York Chamber ol
Commerce, asking Congress to adopt
measures lo remove obstructions from the
mouth of tha Mississippi river.
Mr. Brooks offered a resolution calling
for a report on the expediency of con
slruciing a ship canal across ihe peninsula
ot floriua, which was agreed lo, JNolh
ing further of importance transpired up lo
Washington, June II.
senate. Air. Mason, Irom llie com
milice on Foreign Relations, reported a bill
directing that His necremry of Ilia I icui'
ury, 111 p lying swards, made by Ihe Com
missioners 011 claims against ilrazil, shall
be governed by the terms of ihe law regu
lating Ihe payment of awards by the Board
of Commissioners, on claims against Mex
ico. It was passed.
Mr. Soule offered a resolution requesting
ihe Secretary of State to communicate lo
the Semite whatever information may have
been obtained in Mexico, or elaewhere,
relative lo the Gardiner claim. Adopted.
The Senate then look up the bill giving
further remedies t patentees. The bill as
amended provides if any person or corpor
ation shall hereaftor import, or have in
possession, for the purpose of traffic, use
or sale, any articles imported into the U.
Slates from any foreign territory adjoining
therein, knowing lliem to have been man
ufactured in whole or in part in any such
territory, by any process or machine," for
which there may be at the time a subsist
ing patent owned by any citizen of the U.
Stales, such person or corporation shall
upon due proof lie deemed In have infringed
said. patent. After some debate the bill
was postponed, when, after executive ses
sion, the Senate adjourned.
House. The House by a vote of 88 lo
89 refused to lay on ihe table a motion lo
reconsider ihe vole on the bill granting the
right of way and donation of land' In Flori
da and Alabama fur Railroad purpose,
wHiefc was, yesterday Uid un the table, the
House went into committee on the Indian
Mr, Kuiitoul made a speech, irt which
he complained of being thrust out of Ihe'
Baltimore Democratic Convention, arid he
and his district' thus insulted, because he
had said, in answer to a question whether
lie would support dm, platform, that he
would do his own thinking. He and there
were a million white men who would do
the same (their own thinking.) and he
asked if there was one Democrat in Mass
achusetts, who would consider himself
bound by anything done in that Conven
tion; at the conclusion of the speech the
committee arose and the House adjourned.
More California ItemsVnrdpra--I)eatlu
The N. Y. Timet has made up the fol
lowing items from its late California ex
An Irishman named John V ilk ins, was
wounded by Indians, in tho Shasta region,
recently, so severely that he died the next
day. He wbs from New York. Thomas
Drown, also Irom New York, and lormer
ly from New Bedford, was also wounded
by an arrow in the arm.
Air. Jas. V. A. Wright, ol Uhicigo, 111.,
was killed at Shasta, by the accidental dis
charge of his gun, while dismounting from
Nathaniel Bowman was hung atMonroe-
ville, on ihe 24th April, for Ihe murder of
a Mr. Seigler.
As Win. r. Uhtpm.in and John Asp
were engaged in mining under the hank ai
Wilder a bar, on Ihe Consuinnes river, the
earth suddenly gave way and falling upon
them instanilv killed the loriner and seri
ously wounded the latter.
Mr. Silas Stiles was seriously and pro
bably fatally injured in consequence ol be
ing caught in iho machinery of Whiteside's
Crushing Machine and Saw Mill at urns.'
Valley. Several of Ins ribs were broken
and detached from the spine. :
1 he military post on ihe Uila, which at
last accounts was seriously threatened by
Indians and famine, has been maintained.
Supplies had been conveyed ilmlur from
the relief vessels moored in the Colorado,
and the troublesome Indians held in cheek.
A thorough examination of the Gila river
shows thiil it can be navigated by small
steamers, such as are used on ilia Ohio.
Report speaks in warm terms of com
mendation of the officers and men of Ma
jor Fitzgerald's command, lately engaged
in a skirmish with Ihe Indians on llie Col
orado. Pasqual, tin) celebrated Chief of
the Yuniaa, an intelligent, fearless and
dangerous enemy, was killed within thirty
yards of our line of skirmisher, while
matting a desperate ehorl to bring his farces
into close quarters with the whites.
A shock of an earthquake was felt at
San Diego about the I5,li April, continuing
for some thirty seconds. The uioiion was
vibratory, and oscillating from west tu east.
A Sidney man. at Granite ('reek, near
Coloma, named Thomas Gcortri:, was ac
cused of robbing Michael McKewite of
one hundred and fifty ounces of gold. He
was tried and found guilty by twelve jurors,
appointed at a public meeting of one hun
dred miners, and sentenced to he hung, un
less he should produce the stolen properly
in half an hour. The lime limine ex
pired, a lariat was put around his neck,
and a parly proceeded to execute the sen
tence pronounced against him. They run
him up, and kept him, suspended as long
as it was Safe, when he was lot down and
restored by the application of water and
oilier restoratives. He still refused lo con
fess, but when they were about to repeat
the operation, wilh a promise of ils being
final and fatal, h changed his mind, and
led them to where the purse was concealed
under a stone. The populace being satisfi
ed with their part in the affair, took the
prisoner to Coloma and gave him up lo the
Sheriff, to be provided for as the law shall
On the 15th April, at Coloma, two men
a whilonimi named Henry George, said
10 be from Sydney, and tho oilier a negro,
named in. Miller were forcibly taken
from tho jail and hung by a mob, for rob
bery. The man hem called Henry George,
is the same who, under tire name of Thom
as, received ihe mock hanging punishment
ad iv or two previous. A horse thief
named Dougherty narrowly escaped a siuii
Daniel N. Cary, formerly of Brooklyn,
iew York, was drowned at Cox s Bar,
about three miles from Downicville 011 the
A Mr. John Todd was found dead, Aaril
18, iu the road, a short distance from his
residence, on Rattlesnake Bar, near Au
burn. Il was supposed that he was thrown
Irom his horse and killed. He had been
a trader for some lime on the Bar.
Capt. 1 nine, lormerly ol ISnston, was
accidentally drowned at Long Bar, Feather
River, on the I81I1 April, in consequence of
Ihe capsizing of his ferry-boat. 1 1 is wife
and ehildrcu had just joined him in Cult
fornia. A young man from Now York State,
named Henry A. rinkney, was killed at
Shasta recently by the accidental discharge
of his own gun. He wore a small gold
ring, wilh the words "A Mother's Gift"
engraven on the inside.
The body of Mr. Charles II. Morris,
ot iew York, was loiiud near Alnkrlumne
Hill lalelv, wilh his brains knocked out
His cabin had been robbed of 9400. Il is
supposed he was murdered by his com
paiiion a man Irom Crawford county,
Mo. who is mtsssing.
A Mr. Spencer, formerly of Butler conn
ty, Ohio, was stabbed and killed, on the
21st ol April, at While Oak Spring, by a
tnrtn named Ilughlet, who was immediately
laken by the crowd and hung.
., , Wasiiinoton, June 10,
A ratification meeting was held here
last niirhl, at which Generals Cass nnd
Iluslon, and Jutltre Douglass made speech
es approving of the nominations of the
Naw York, June 10.
A ratification meeting was held here Inst
night in I ammany Hall, which was crowd'
ed, as well as the space in front. .
Gen. Pillow,,Geo. Dancroft, John A Dix,
and John Van Hur'en addressed the meet
An exchange says,' "s,ilif gold dollrs
are multiply ing." low can that be after
some scniuidrcl has subslracled the "bet
ASHLAND PItlpS CURRENT. .
jcoaascTBB inn taomaDav kobhino.
GRAIN. JiBtMWil lb...... '.So
Whht bush ....oouv1iTai.i.ow lb 64 B
Barley e bmh 4-J'Kuui 9 dos . ,.n
Coaa busk .'. .aiiiCnsasa lb . ...fc... s
lira buah ,3?tl White B.aks buih.lMI
O.tsfbush 31 Onion V butb Ml
Flout 9 bbl
iritTiTOKl V BUfh. ..C287
. . . lUj.lkM 9 buih
.eil'J'il'iAi un f hu-h
Rhouldkhs 9 . .
Bur I t
Butter 9 ....
Tiiiotiit Skkd pbunb.9 CO
Ciovicr Kttv 9 buili. 5 00
Ml.. wKu IA i....h inn
II Wool 913.33
CLEVELAPII), June 14, 1852.
Flour Market contiitina innclivo with but lit
tle inquiry.- Halm mndiMo! MK) bbli ofitraiht
b-nndi iu lots it (3 91 all J 3 38 1 eilra 13 60 and
Grriiti Whnt In dcrnsml Sulci 5000 buili or
good Northern irom ituii73jo 1000 bunballoat
at 731. ,; . ' . .
Corn In mir drmind Willi I ill little going for
ward rom first hands, ws,b i ilight advance from
previous quotations. 8a,'e, 4i00 bush ol' goo J
Western miiod; at 43 arl 4.3j.
Hots Dull at 33 and 3ic. ''
Wool Prices hardly estiblinhed some amnll
Ints'oflnrine prices for curnmon 20cothor grades
25 to 33, scc-irding to quality.
Barley Moderute sujiply, prices remain nom
innt at 65 and GOc.
Rye Steady; quntntmni In the abscence of
snlrs, nominal, nil nnd 63a.
Buckwheat 6U and 6t)cl
Provisions Pork There it but little Inmiirv.
Sales have been made mostly in smalt lntol'2a
htiis end upwards, jne-s at ?I7 aud 17 7jj Prime
Lard No salos to renort. Prices nominal at
9 and 9jo.
Live Hogs S4 and 4 50.
Beef Hut little doing. Mess 12 tod 14;
lave uaiiio sja and 3,Z3 per cwt.
Butter Rather dull. Dricei runue from lie to
13 cents. !
Cheese Prices unchanged. Now dairv: 61 and
Ksg, The market is well siiDplied at 9lo. and
large uuintities have been shipped Tor the Kast.
ro aiues scarce at ST, c mil (1,00 per bush.
New Tonx, June 4th, ISSt.
Flour loss buoyant for low crailes and de
mand for export not so active- Better grades
Ohio in good demand. Sales 6000 bid; al 4,12)
and4,3lt for lancy Mich, and Iud.,4,18 and i,2i
for.favorite atate and good rnnnd Dat hoop.
Wheat'very auarce, market urm but aumewlmt
Corn n shade firmer, with fnir demand aud less
unsound ndred, prime not plonty and is hnoyant.
Sales 12,000 bush at 60 and 00 fur unsound, 61 nnd
61ffbrlowto high n ixed western, 62 snd 63,
forts.tr to prime northorn yellow. Nusouthorn
or Jersey olfered
Pork firm, rere nts lieht. Pale mess at IS. nnd
1 8 ,r G : ; priuio 16, 23; prime mess eomihulat 9tS.
Heel lens plenty and prices teml upward. Sales
mesa at 10, 7 i and 14; prime 6.60 and 7.7 ;: prime
mess nominal nt !U,U;necl turns at I J no and Iu.
I.ardtiitm RI9aod 101 fur b'jla auc tierces, 11
and lit lor kegs. ,
On the cvrnlmr of llie 97th sit., at llie rtslilrnee or
A. Kir-K, near PeryHville, by llie hv. Win. iluiilics.
Sir. JOHN A. McCl.l'.LI.AX'. and Mix 8 A HAH A.
M ILtri, both of Worlliiniluu lp., Ilichland Co., O.
HocriAND's GtnMAN Bi-mns. There ctleUtrd
Bilters prepared by Dr. C. M Juuax, 110 Arch
street. Phila'lcliliia,ats performing aitonlHliiug cures
throughout tie whole country. Wc can bear witness
to their curative powers in tlie cee of a rrleuil 'if ours
who had the liver Complain, who bad tried almost
every other medicine, but without effect. After te-
klu; a few bottles of these Bilters he was entirely
cured. To thoso who are similarly slTlictcd we re
commend them lo take the preparation, knowing
mat nicy win cure tne disease spoken of, and many
others to which "flesh la heir to." There is a spuri
ous article made in Philadelphia. The only place to
get the genuine article la 120 Arch street, Pnllmlel
puis, or Or. Jackson, or Ms si cols throughout tho
Mr. Editor : Pie aw in noun co ihe mine of GEO.
W. IIIIjL, cf Htimvcr Towiiablp, an cauditltio for
ihe oft.ee of PrunecutiiiiT AUoiiy, nulijrct .to (lie
vuice uf the .'rmutiauc Party at tliur Primary Mt
iugt, and oblige M V JJMUCKVlri.
Mr. Kditoh: Pl,aaun(m.iei!ll.ti name of PH II INTO
PHEK tJ. CoHl.TKH. of Pint TnwuaLiaA as r.,i,ll.
dale fir llie office uf County Auditor, sutijoct l Hit)
ucciaiun omut Democracy at innr rmnnry .Mi-ciinga,
aud oblige A HUM' OP KK.MOCK.VTS.
Mn. Kratp: Plea announce the name of C. A.
SMITH, uf (Hayenvillt) Vermilion Tuwimliip, a a
candidate fur t'luinty ..Reorder, subject to the djci
iou uf Die Uemuuacy al Uu-lr Piiniary Mcnini'.
. MANY DK3IUCKATS.
Mr. Eimtor: P!rae announce (he name of HENRY
J. MIlUi.U'GH, uf Prrry Townnhip, a a candidate
f.ir the otli ce of County Commlffinner, tuljeci tu the
Uecinion of lite rciuisCiacy al their Primary McrtjtiKi
aud oblige a HOST OF UKMOCHATS.
Mr. Editor: Plra announce ihe nanie of HUGH
MA KILN, Eq., of Urtrn TuHothip, ana candidate
fur Uistiict AMunaor. rul.jca tu U.e Deinooaiic Pii
mar Mcttfn&-, and obliu
ilia Dcmo ratio Fiiknui.
Mr. Kf Art i Pirate Inform the Temocracy of Anh
land County. . iirouyb the nudlitm tJyuur aLiur, that
lam a candidate lot C. unity CotiniJi'i'ionct, lubjoci
tu their d.-tifiun aitlte Primaiy .M MtiiK,
Montgomery Tp., June 10, lew,
GEO. W. PARKER,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
AT7ILL Riteed promntlv lo all business en-
1 trusted to his care in the difli.ront parts of
Ashland, June 16ih, I85J. lyl
TUST rrcelvrd a lartre stipnl, of Tan. Letter. Path
tJ Ciimmerclal and Note nanes laid snd plain, ruled
and unruled. Also, Kuvelupe, drawing, pcrloratrd.
iiesueftiiti Aisiniu iaier, which naving wen iur
cliancd with canh, at an exluiMve Paper Ware-house
in iv. v., will ne oltvivu unusually luw, by llie ream,
quire, 01 otherwise. Also. Envelopes of every style,
site and quality; by the tlinuraiid or single pack
Pernous waiiliiic auythins lu this line, will do well
to call bulun guina abroad for their suiqily,
W. II. H. POTTF.lt.
Post Office Building, Ashland, June 10, 'a, 3m4
rpiIR rmnniissioiiers of Ashland Connty, at
X their June session A. D., IMS,-divided said
County for llie purpose of electing District Asses
sors, as follows! ... . 4
Distrit No. 1, Jackson, Sullivan, Troy and Ru
glca. " ' 8, Orange, Montgomery, and Cloar
crcek. " " 3, Green, Vermillion, Mifflin tad
" " 4, Lake, Hanover, Mohecin inr!
LUKE SEL11V, .
June lfl, ibi. 34
IS hereby given that we the uderaigned.will on
Katunlay, iho -Sill in it., at 10 o'clock, A. M.,
sell to the lowest and host bidder the erosswayiug
of a certain swamp, in troy township, ou ihe roud
one mile east ol the Centre of Troy, near Jacob
Uarlinnn's. LUKK StlLUY,
June Id, 1852. S.i4
IROM the pasturo or Joshua Brown, about I
miles south o( Ashland, on U'ednowluy niylit
i.ii.t, a ttorW CVf, 4yoarsold Una monlli, ilmd
all round. Any person returning said Colt to me
al Ashland, shall be liberally rewarded.
J. H. ijQl'IUK.
AslUand, Junq 2d, 1852. . 2lf
ri'UKnP, will be offered on Wednesday, the lfllh dar
X o( Juno neat, at Ht o'clock, A. M tlm hniidtnK o(
a Bridie at, or near Lidlglt Mill tn mature lowushlp,
IX KH hhUV,
tit J. MbCO.N.VELl..
sr.-r-,fr i,i,f,nm rffc7-rviiiiiis--r i- i'" 'iiu",1',r-i-ir i i i Im'iy ' ' ''tr
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. . zm sxs dp a ub Gaana'caTsysa.,
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TACLES, with en entire c lia nge of programm oat e.i, h performnnce, nnd in wlrich the whole strength
of the various deparlmonta will he broLglit into n;riiigition. THE &TAHS w ho cnnipnso this novel
and ginauie Troupe are of world-wide cilebrily, protninrnt nmongst w hom tho following stand pre
eminent: MADAME BItOVEK,lhn Sjquettrtenne Priiha Jjantia nrtd Imlerly fust rider at Kranconi's
Paris. T. NKV1LLK, tha young Pheniitnfnon; nnd greatest trick and mercurial rider in America.
W. II. STOUT, the great clnsic liorscrnnn backer of many steeds, nnd first leschor ol'"i,3 hautt
ecole." W. Aymar, the nnlinous of Ihe l'iriue, dashing eiinrtriun, and living mndel of tbo AptWo
Beltldrre. W. HOCIIKOItl), tho unequalled Gymnast, exquisite rider, and double tomrrnet Champion,
G. SKIIGRANT, the greatest living Protean and Shakspnnrean equestrian. G. UUNBAR, foundt-r
ol' the Vienninn school of motley ncrobnls. HEUil LKK, the modern Sampson, and prototype ol
Homer's Alhlactu), J. K1HIIFR, tho extraordinary contortionist, and exquisite performer on the
enrde volants. A. LKVI, the great pastoral rider and panlouiimist. The Huy ll-r.'e. Muter,
IIENHI and AtllillSIB, tho youthlbl delineators of the high school ofart. Messrs. IIAKKK.tMt
LEV, MORTIMER, DUNCAN, tc, 4-0. Two Htnr 1 .wn. Mejr. JKNNINGS and UROVV'ER,
each famous for ori(iuality, wit and humor. A KUILLIAST BRASS AAtiD, unhesitatingly pro
nounced the first and most accomplished in America, led by (lie grenioit bugler of Ihe ago, H. K.
GAUL. And a general oulfilol arp iintments, decoration' aud paraphernalia, which either as regards
tasie, skill, or lavish expense, can Dify ihe tcord .'
Equestrian Director, and '-Maitre du thcval," W. II. STOUT. Master of Ihe Arena, G. DUX
BAR. Manager, (1. B. JOHNSON.
Admission, 25 cents, only no lialf ptica. 2wi
TN preirnting a ihort cnurnenition of a part of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
tn tiio pooplfl, we tti't forth no'"wiuJ and iaBco
nfide" arutnent to lUBtuin us, but pretur lu.ivuu
that fur ifitiKij whime Roudi are lold un ilita-'witu
principle." Wc vi( say. our Gumlf aro pur
purcltanud cxctuaiveiy fur cohIi, and Cktren.e.;
thpan, inj ineAiliiig. we will uiinoro to our pliyln
id priLij)ii!i and v ell tiird jstt.m which huv it
uuitJti tu u$ our pruscnt extensive trade.
Fan umv dssss cim
Wo have plnin hk. drew and aprn Viikft, 21 I'
40 inch, price Irom 60 cnti to $t,i)0; plain am'
figM. light and dnrk nilki, 20 ti 35 inch, pric
from 7ju. 01,2.0 plain bik.crapo, til It f'tuues
French J-ickoni-'ttn, painted IMualnif, Hereof oni
Mom rie Lhiihjs, troin 10 to .V cpiusj plnin nm'
fiu'M. moamius Lnwns, from 8 toj coiiti ncl
chaneahlc Piiplimjruni 16 loOOctJi.ts; crunpn
Dimity. Ftench, Scotch and A monc.tn ttinghinm.
Ctiaiiiurayi, alt oolon, from 10 to 25cfints; wlm.
g udi or every variety including taniuricks.
Aluilim, book, plain ami birred J.ickoneiti, truiu
H to 50 cents, mode vuiM. Moreens,
Col'd. lace, Rutland and Gimp; illusion lace;
Knglisli striped ilraw; sulm and luce, alboni and
tulip; rolled and plain edged luce, and luce anil
tulip, rollrd oded lana and parl; Misatca, pear!
and gimp, tunic tl its, Cohurg auJ cut laco, rullmi
Iront pedal, gossumer flat.
A most complete assortment of trimming n Li
no n, silk lanes, all colors RiitJ widths, UtiieM (In,
gmtiis, brnul.t, bfimcl lininsn and riliboni. all co
lors and styles, French ana German worked Ince
collars, cuim, under sleeves and cbntmsctis, frou
10 cents to fco, b.k. Fro jch silk and thread nutti.
Summer Cloths nnd Cnsuimerfs, nil colors.
Mylrsand pricey S:ittincttt nnd Jeans, (Mm 2.rj
cents to d-Hililo-itiilloii at $1,2 ; tlttssia Du :k Tor
pants, from 10 to 311 cunts; 60 nieces linen coat
in( Irom 18 to 37 1 cunte; li-uiisU'V's bleached
and shrunk twilled nnd plain pnnt-hi.nen, su nmer j
tweeds, C'lttonadcs snd dunims, from b to 2.tc.(
striprd shirting, satin, silk, and tarmerV s-ittin
vcsiin: spring stjlo blR, iU h;tts, pearl straw,
Leghorn, Canada straw, and piUm hats, &C.
C R P E T ING.
25 nieces cnrnctinff ihrrQ-plf , all wool, dou
ble id-grain Irom 6l) to ?j cents, nnd 87; centfj
Venitiun, Irom 2j to 50 cnt- stuir, from M tu,
37 1 cents, a I hemp; 37 inch at 3 ccntij grass,'
drugget and oil cloths. I
Miiiliiitj from 6 to 8 rentr; blerclicil 30 inoli.l
nt 6j crnts; ticks Irt tin 8 to 16 centsf batt. Uitft
and col'd. carp ft warp, coverlet )arns, Lu, .
70 sacks Rio iinJ Java Culfrej IS half thesis
Imperial, Y. Hyson nnd black Teas; 16 bbls.
Stuart's rrtined Syrup twenty l.hds. nnd
and bills. Cuba and N. O. MoUbsus: loaf, pnlver
ied, crushed and N. O. Sugars; V lc0, Tobacco,
&c. (five us a call, and examine, for yourselves.
CASH FOR WHKAT. The higliost Birures
paid for 60,W)0 lbs.
J'jDSON McCOMit & Co.
Ashland, May 26, HM. Ill'
cle vela i; o &. ri rfsiujlifaiT
ON and aftor Thursday the flrst day of April
unit, the Kipresa Train will leave I'leve
IW. daiiy, (Sundays excepted) at 9 o'clock A.M.
tuv Wellsville, mi l stuiiing at way Stations will
avrito al Hudson at l;tl A. M., connecting with
tho Akron branch Kail Road; at llavenna 11:04
A. M., cnnneclmg with Ward'a Lino ol four horse
i roy toaclica running between Warren and
Wuosteri ai Alliance 12M6P. M., connecting
wilh Iho Ohio t I'oniisylvania Rail Road, and at
3:10 P.M., connecting wilh the now and splcudid
Steamer Fo eat City, arriving at Pittsburg llie
The KipruMt Train will also leave Wollsvillo
at 111 M. for Cleveland, connecting with tlie
steamer which leuves 1'ittsburg Ihe sumo morn
ing and arrives at Alliance at i; If) P. M., connect
ing Willi tho Ohio b Pennsylvania Kail 11 oa I; at
Audaon 4:30 P. M., connccung with the Akron
branch llnil Road and arrive al Cleveland al 6 P.
M., in time for the Steamboats on the Lake.
Fare from Cleveland lo Futaburgh, by U. It P.
R. R.,4 00. ' '
Fare from Cleveland to Pittsburg, by way of.
, ..iib.iiii:, sjj JO. ,
The A.-nonimodalinn Train will leave Ravenna
on and alter Ajarii 10, IS 3, at 1:00 A .M Karl
ville, 7ti0; Hudson, 1:4 i: Macedonis, 8 05; Med
Iurd,8:n2i Nowbarg, S 41, and arrive al Cleve
land at U:lj;
Returning will leave Cleveland at 6:30; T. M.
Ncwbuigh, 1:IHI; llidlord, 7:U Mascedonia,
7:411; Hudson, 8:10 F.nrlvillc, S:S0, and arnio at
llavonna at (:45 P. M.
Pnssungcra will he ticketed through by woy ol
us ' t
Ii hereby given, that llie undei.igiled has been
appointed and nu ililied na Adminiatrator ol
lie estate or John Duncan; Sea., dcrensnd.
w, u. cain.
Mif V)-, 1353, JaOjs
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
Jas. H. Iilley & Co.,
.7ic, Medie.ul, School and Blank Books-
1).PKR IIANOINRS AND DOIIDRIIS, at
Wholesale; Wmilnw Shulea and rislures;
VViniluw Cornicesj Oil Paintings anil Knj;niviiigj
Plum nnd Oririuieuul I'.ilt Kraim-s for I'orlraita,
ic. lloscvnod Frames and French tilasa fur En
iruvinsisi Fine Culler,! Fine Finsj Steel Goodsj
lagi and P,irscs Porluniery nud Toilet Cue.)
Hunk llralls and Notes from Sleol Plules.
Foiulii-r llusters, Work Ilojer and writinp
Desks, Training, Drear tig and "'riling Cam
or Ladies and G iiitlenieii; Hair, Teclli nud Nnil
Inn r.ij tio!d Tons in Gold nnd Silver Cnicaj
1'i iirl, SIk.'I, Ivory and silver Card Cases and
'iirUi-nii iia.crj V pier Machc Folios, I'.otrsffo.
I'oclict tliioks, Wiilieu nnd Bankers Cum.
Hanks, Merclinite and Ci I; dlficers furnish
ed with Blank Cook, to order, of he Lest Uiate--i.ti
and male iu the he.it manner.
ESlM, French ani American Stationary.
MIHROKS The finest Fr,-nch Pialcs from 4
1 1 8 li., iu plain.. J ornamental and richly carted
.lull Pilntlni-. Dill IIendins. Letter Head
mot. Shipping Hills, kc, dune noarly, prnmptlv,
and on goud turn.. Smi.J '
THIi GRKAT 1UXIK OF 8ACRKD MUfalcT
3U.UO HOLD ANNUALLY 1 1
"The Ohio Harmonist" Patent notct.
EV ALKX. AU1.D.
DTCCIDF.DLY the lest and most popn'ar enl
Icclwn ol CI wrch or sacred music over pub
niieil possessing many great advantagca to the
learner oior all otlicr hui.ks citant.
riihii.hed hyj.is. II. llilcy & Co., Booksellers
and SlRiiouers, pnulcra and binder., Columbus
Ohio. - 4mo!1
H'llE undtrsigiifd Till attend (in tlie li-lh Inst., at n
J- o.rliick. .1. al., al Ihe HnJte airus tl.e b'.cc
fork ol Mulifrs ii. on tlm rnsil Ii-acIuic rroni .Ma-ii,i,i
to Ashland, tor tlie purpura ol letting to Ik' '0T,
and br.l louder, llie rrbuiMill, of Iho Uiid o alTh.l
flacc. I'lsii given al Hip sale" l
"Vnvvri'r I Cr '"'"'"
I i .1 ' i "V"' V'M ' nn.ler.icm d have been .,.
I ,1, ,, ''''" tale ol A.hlandc..iliilv, Ohio.
raU'U wi I, i,T ,0 v'"tul ll"'," lr""V ullier.l.
kn liu , V'ai lioin this date, ami .11 pn
2 Vil ""viva lii.leble.1 lo ..Id enisle a.e le
lui.fd li, uiaiic ll.uui'Ji.lf payment.
SA.MI KI, nirill K,
". l.-'i;. 3wJ MmiwUimm.
rpiIK undersigned tli) malo a lourtlirough itic
X. Norlh-VesU.rn counties nf Ohio, the siuth
em nnd interior uoitimis ol Michigan, and North
cm Iudi-nn, in almut three weeks. These who
bavo old er new claims, or olhcr l"gal business
In transact in that direction, should upplj imine
diale'V, hv mail or ohcrni.e.
fr liefer in Dr. II. 11. CLARK, P. M., er to
G.'.t LS ti McCO.MD, Ksqra., Aahlnn.l. 3w2
K. 11. SA.NPOIIU-
AoW I.oudin, June 3, 1S52.
i cl iker'i)T'
WV? "' f"m 'nhscrlber un ihe SFih nil.,
t"';;l;;o-I'Shcr, a liuunU l.uy In ll.c farniini l)i,i
niM. ue liadiiu whin lie leli arcilwaiiuiiu.aiidsuni.
urrpaula, I. ahuut 18 yraia old. All persons ale
w allied assliisi hsibriii or liuxlius biw, and the
ahuiMi rewaid will be givcu Tor hi return.
'.,H,1,a. KAMUtb HITTER.
"iTOTICF. is horoliy given, that the co-parlner-i.1
"hip hcrptuloru existing under tho bun ol
blubba & Citllin. ,) luu .i..i..j ru -i
content. Thoc.ibinel business will herealter be
uonuucini ny J. u. Mubba, at the old stand or
Stublis at Coifi.n, and ho ia further aulhorited to
aonio up all the business belonging lo said firm,
both as lo making a'l collections and meeting
such claims a. may be again.t the firm. Vertona
allowing tliein.elvea inunlited to said firm will
please lo call at the Waroronm of J. D.Slubba,
ud settle immediately. JOS, D.PTL'lillS,
March 24, lS.i2. 47tf
' EXECUTOU'S NOTICE.
fOTICK I. heivby glve'n, thai nn Ihe 5Sth day of
i A pill, if.', me unuyrrinni-d was aiipomtrd txtc.
"lais of Jiiaepb Tiansue, dec, of Oiauc
.. i -,-,'- naviiu ciaima again.t
.aid f .i.io. ars r.aiic.ied lo present ihein In one yrar
a ,w,. i . , ' Aiiowina itieniaelves In-
i .mud lu .:J e.iaic, aia rcu.ue.ud i,i m.ke I mm.,
dial, perineal. JOHN JArriHV
JUiieO. imj. Jwj.
Fashionable Barber and
rpiIF. Subscriber having purchased the entire
I lllturp.tnthifAfr.nB.n.....- ,.i..
wuu d resper.tlully announce to tin citnon.ol
Ahlllntlll. Ilia, Iia .1 .,
-; ,uii,u,eii io me uasement
story ul tho "SumB,e;ouri" where ha will be
on hand' at all limes to wait on hia enstomera -With
the lull smurauce t at ha -('ii'l l,t baf
a. a FatliionMi Hair Dm ter or Cfeuai Saater.
ho begs leave t .ay if you give hi ai a call. yo
will find ALL lllCUT! . '',
Aihlaod, Fell. 18. 133a. m .
uTi:iiaii ao cisitr.5J!
I) B. HALL'S iiuham, i no parrtforic
pripiration,sLtit ' ii Medicine which
mukn cures at home where the partici
tan be found,
THE GREAT COl'dll AND COKtSOIfTIVK
- HKMIibV, V ' -. ;.
eflSTsSvJ 1 EADF.RI havoyoa
v . j,r W lT.s- youare gleeliag,asa .
( j ' 1 !'. idea that it as
,-ii A'-.'i- i .""v i,'m,,a coiu,
, VJ! J ty H;,;iaiid that it will aooai
W I V ''" itself out)"
1 LiX I- Wend tell you ia
' all kiodncsa. what will
soon be the probable resnlt.
In a short lime, If you continue to ajeglerit
yoarself, yon will hegia to feel a sens, ol tight,
ness and nppretsina acroaa the cheat, aeoouipe
aied with ftuioent sharp darling paiba. Then a
dry, hacking Cough will set i( and wheaj yon
r.iso anything it will be a thick ud yellowish,
or whue frothy matter, , atreoked perhaps, with
blood. Ii you still like no medicine, those un
pleasant symptoms will incrcs-. and yoo will
soon havo hectic fever, cold chills, night sweats,
copiousexpcctoration, and then great pruatratioai
lfyou still neglect yourse f, few week, or
monlmi will see you consigned tn the grave, lear.
ing your friends lo in urn how rapidly oon.ump
tion did its work, and hurried you away. Fti.nd!
have you no oau.e to be alarmedl Iu the above
sketch you muy see in a glaaa, how every eas. oi
Consumption progresses, with more or les. ra.
pidity, to a fatal termination. Of all theihouaaad
and millions whom this great di sir oyer lias gath
ered to the tomb, overs single casrfiiegan with a
Coldl If this had been attended to, all might
have been well; but, being neglected, under iho
fatal delusion that it would "wenr itself off," il
tramlbrred its deadly action to iho aubstanoe ol
the Lungs, exciting there the formation of tuber-clea-
Another and another cold added fuel to
tne name, anlil these tuherclo. began (O tofter)
and separate, leaving, by their ulceration, groat
cavities in the Lungs. - Al thia eria,.. iho Hi.....
ia very difficult ol'cure, and oftenliniea acta at de
nance all human means.
In tho later or wnratr,i;o,tlii inedicino will
oftentimes arrest the di,, i.e, or check its pro
gress, and will ol way. ti ike the patient mora
coinf. rtable, and prolong ki. life, and it ia there- '
fore worihy of a trial but in iu incioianixr form
ing periods, Con'omrliion is nscurablea. snvolh
er disease, and Dr. Hall', ttileam for the Lungt,
il laken at tins 'iuio will euro it as .r it ft
.in! This is strong language, but we can refer
you to numberless liiing wiiuessea to prore that
It l true! And Ihoroi'ore, wo earnestly exhort
every man, woman and child, who hue Cough,
or, i. sulji-ct ti colds, to keen tho medicine by .
yoo in Ihe house, and whenevor you lake cold,
do not "let it alone" lo work mischief in your
system, but eradicate il thoroughly, and ai onee, .
by this powerfully healing compound, and leave
your lumra uninjured, to carry you in full ri or lo '
M. rr y :
Mrs,,, O. R. BalKg CX2!&2 HS',. '
fllcled will lli-ccs ol tlie Luncs. will Sad l'r llall'.
j.l.u for Hi, Urp, . Mwt v.lu'.w.'.n'.j'iiL.
1 have hern frequently attacked with dise.Aea rf
the luii,. forth. I..t flve ye.r., ..,11?. HTl '7,1,'f '
am has always bloke up tli. disea at once I fcil ,
thai ihe public .hould know Ihe nieri" of .neb a rsn.
., , HIC HAHt. MULFOKD.
Residence on Plum, 3 duors .Love bini, ureet,
MORE CINCT.N.HATI CURES I !
wa. nan o .jiv.i.iii. io nave my name in any Wav at
lathed loaH.leut Medicine, fiul when 1 ihiuk (I ,
ni w lve ery reason te believe) it 1,M ssved m
,., ,-,....,.., "nuly to those afflicted!
s. I have hc.M. to ,, , koow
lied on. About , ye.r .inc. I was .il.Vked liik
bun Fever, ninth left my i,,ns, n,cll ui-t,KI,w"J
cough wa ditlrossinc. .tendetl rriih pain In e'v' left
.hie. 1 had .em VVI.l.,-, mu.m i f wild " ijVitV
puir, it up in tlie Paper., .ml 1 .i.iiclutl.-el lo try It I
u,.i nome.i'er uvuie, erncn In last, and in its ct.
r.lion resenililed paregoric, "uolliiu, temporarily
Mv fli'eir-e had bv Ihi. tiin. heer.n, fi..-,.. .
I l ...ii
.i V . sveeiuns 0f tha
llinh. eke. shinviua eonhrnied cnnsuinptionl IL i.
medic. 1 rll.lm-il frmti mv Pl.rul.i-- .; ,. . ,
ii. me prrmeuent relief or benefit, ,nr luu.s eow'ull
rersle.l sml I rein-d lerse quanllliia of matrer lri,u.
them. The Dr. told my ,r!end. that I ,, il,. j J
brother lh.-u ut a bolt's uf He. Hail's B.l,,m fw l
...,., ..... . toiuiiiriKw laKins ii. At fiml, ,cke.
edine.hulariertamui more, 4 found it went mil,.
..,l-llie very .est of mv .ll.ease. I b,,, to U.
wuu mure ea es ana cnum reel Uallr, tt ,.
were healing until hy I lie u.e of i ite.. 1 -.,,!"
red to beller health than I hsirefloyed fur ' ,
lu'lii'V, il I '...I n-eH llr n.lL. 1, ... ' 1 1 ' '"
- - -. - ...I..HI n nen I sr..
first allsele.1 it tei.uld li.u, ....... . 1 "0.
ofsuffeil-,,. All I can .y tn ulliers. I. to try Uud I
Ihiok y, will be leuoffttdlf yourdli..w l, iour -luus.
Vours k.weiruii. '
a a I- C w'bbAIIO.
1br doors atior. Film rtre.i oa Vms.
A VUIL'E rilUJl ULU REXTTJCKV"
STILL IT Cl'HES ' -
Tiince Mir. Horss. I.rcvi.n 11-- ,1 . .
Mrs.s. llASiaet I o I bat llr. Hsll'. Hal.aifr
thn laiiips. i line of the rrealest Medicine, iu the
Wurld. lstniiiig lw..down with ins disean ef
tbeliincs, and Dr. Wise 0f Uovlnaton, .tl.nded es!
me nt a lung time, and then tnl. my e,ihknr. that
I never cjuhl eel well, ,,,d tl at I ml8ui li,,'
week. II l.eulaiidciit twoholllea of Dr Hall's Hal
sain, anu wucn 1 nau uiietl on. num. .,,4 a tllrj
was well, and am unw better than evt-r. 1 save
palt olahultieto a Irlendoi mine, who bad asur.
lliiuat fur a lour time, and il cured bUi.
Ilcerectlully. Vuurr, JoHS COLB.
CONSUMPTION C U R E D 1 1 1 ;
2Vil'wimij na Vhviicinn.
Miws. D.naa A Co.-Cme Sim The public sen.
daily are fully aware 'line lbnun.nd.of reinedle.for
diwaeed lulls, under the title, of Saraaparillaa, Pill.
.if iiiiiiy DrnusUl 10
their nonce Ihn icb Ihe ueweii.pers. by way el silver
lii.en.enl. Ky ob;t-cl in writing tl. ta aole for publl-
i'u"". or at least IBUS. who
aie alilicleil (illbey will u.e )itei.t medicines,) louse
, ... ., iv.i in pulmonale
dien.. I am ton.cinii, i,t, .odolog. I am act-
. . urtue.ioiy 10 ne in.
teieelst,fiiieriiral.cituc.-aad iho rreular praclUiou.
ersofiniuirlii. ' . r
'I he .Medicine lo which 1 refer i. "Dr. Hall's Ril.am
ferlheLunv.." I have pre.cilbcd il iu l.re number
of csoca.aiid always with noccess. One c a., in par
ticular, lo which I ei.h to nier, n, .ivrn .tTby
several pbysivian. who had heen called ill eonsulta
tion wilh myjelf. 1 lie Patient had all lb. symptom.
(.1 cm 111 in. tt coi,,uiOitii,u,auih fold M.hl Kwsala,
Hectic Fever, Haia'smg riiimh, wilh confinued ..In
lu the lolie ol the rinl luiii altrnded wilh severe IN
silli.a! He ci,mmeiiced liinueilistely to ret heller by
llie u.e of llie ahove named medicine, and was soosj
restored 10 hi u.ual n. althl I li.ve also found Mr.
H.li's llalsam Is nirsl vslushle F..pecluraiit for
hreakins uu uiillCMin, Coiisbe aud Cnlil.lhal I havo
evtrtiKd. w, 11 WKIUIIT; M, O.
tiaJlNNATI,OV. S, Vi . .
Mntip; pnvsiriTxs' testimony.'
Wethe iiiiuei.ii-ncd.Piiv.iclausof Clnciaiiali, err.
lify thai llr .VA ruin', .laieuieut. ar. .ntilled to the
lulleslconfldriicecr the public, and we can fully tor.
roheial. what he has .aid, bavlua used 1 r. Hall'. Ral.
ram in a number ul esse., with the hsppiest eir.tisl I
J. H. lAWSuN, M. 11 , .
WM.jR.. RMITHi M. I).
, . ' , ' iOilNHOS, SI. 1).
Clnclnnall, Nor. Sl.t, If ill. ),., -
For alej.y Or .ILF.JVIIITNKYi A.bl.nd 0.
A IJ M 1 N'l STR AToTl'SBA LIC.
IS pursuance of an order of the Court of Com.
tuun Picas wuhio and for the county ol Ashland
and Slate ol'Ohio, made at Ihe May term of aaid
Court, 1SSI, I will offer Inr aale al Publio Ven
due on the premises on the 16th day of Juno
5iat 10 o'clock, A. M., It., following Real
Lstate, to wiir'Lois Mimhei 108, 109 and 110 in
Andrew.' addition to Ihe. -own of Ashland,
Ohm. Also, on the same daj at o'clook, P. M.,
I will oiror lor aalo on tho f -umi.ee, iho tail
part ol thn north-east iu.rter of Section 87,to
ship twenly-lour, range seventeen the sem. ao
oonveyed by Nichols. Pevrine tn decadent, eo.
taining ono hundred and forty acre., 01 so much
ol the snme its may he necessary to discharge lb
iiabililina ol aaid e.tate.
Term, of ..lei-One third Cah ia hand,
third in ono year, and the resida. ia two yean
IVom tho day of aale, with interest. Hack pay.
incuts securud by Mortgage on Ihe premise
C. R.PEMIKO, '
A.lmini.tralor of J. L. Lang, dea'd.
May IB, lNa. 4.53
m Probate Notice. - '
m"K fuliowtng Ailinini.trtto . and r.nsrdisns
1 hnvina- filed thai. A.rnn.i. I- A- 1,
Court of Ashland County, tt. for ectllearati Iho
sitne are ordered to be publiahed three wo.ks,
during winch the urn. sre continued fur lb. U.
paction of any person inleroslod and for tiaari.
The final aect. of. Aaron Cuninghaia admlnla
Iralor ol Hugh Murray, d.c.
" "J 8. W.atb.,b.e and J.eib
" " " Hani. Whilmarah, Cnardia
for Mary A., George and Ira
. , Knight. , t .
" " " John 8haraak, Cuardlai ol
John Plasma... .
" . '; a- i.cinrni,lobio judge. !
Mij 19, 1S3J JbW