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JtVai MR MMtaM lAt tn Ti'SH In Hs. 0Mtk
.at, revanJafA irs MycMry."
tVbo cab vceasufe lk ki ol Time,
Who tn fcthora Iti depths .iiMlme,
aattre tntiluf tor '
fan tha with darx and lostrlous eroe,
Vhoe beat od sparkling water 11m.
Villi rainbows ar-cMui o'ot to skieat
fan be with nuplo power of eon?,
A. the heart, of the easer Uat'sln, Uirooj,
Uvve inrwlli Kith hie woids tlon;l
Or ten the men wlfi direr heir,
.And velntlr look the aged weer.
When Ule't uutouched tJ calking cent
fter! ther have not the nutiure now,
Tm earthly t'.adness liable their bruw,
And earth It heaven to then 1 trow.
But off Id a curtained chamber dlio,
They are chanting a slow aud suleron bymn; '"'
For a eoul In In (lorloui prime and pride,
Hie measured the teaming, rjr;ln tile.
The; hem Shrouded the temple In pollen white,
Hut the alter ! slltut'snd fold ol light;
And the lire that burned on Its hoi; ahrfne,
la a b'lllaiit blete In the woiUl divtoa
1 hat eoul bad struggled with wrong and pride,
1 HI the passions lialh withered, drooped and died,
And ablriKd light came softly In,
And dean ted It front ever; ihadje of n.-
A re! over the storey sea of lime,
that eool had eteered with a fetih subline:
Hut the depth of Tmti wondroue mystery,
Vae only Ken In Enmity.
FRASCES H. SFRPXC1E.
fdrrt " 3HisfflIiiiiq.
THE MISEli'S DEATHBED.
DV AX ENGLISH PHYSICIAN.
The physician lees slmiice dralli-betl
scenes. We mv rentier liim to n reil.iin
extent, callous to lliose sights which would
nppal the stoutest hi'.iri; but null in III
course ol a lone practice, even he must
encounter soma death-be d sccnis, the ro
collection of wlueli he may lie years in
ohakinff from his ninadnaliou. Such
ws thai which I am about to dt'scribe.
For Un or eleven years, a benl and mis-
rrable old man had been in Ilia habit of
clincine each morning lo my area rails, to
ben of mv servants broken victuals. His
appearance was so liiigfjard, and his tone
nrtd manner bespoke such a depth of mi
scry, thai I gave orders never lo refuse
him any thing that had come from (he
table: so that, at least, lie grew into a rci;
ular pensioner upon us, and we used to ex
pect him as regularly every morning as
The name of this old mendicant wa
never knew, or where he resided. In
fact he seldom spoke a word to my ter
vauts, but he would come in ihe heat of
suoiiiiur, when the warm genial sunshine
lit even the worn flngatoiie inio beauty, and
i Tinging lo the iron rails, looking the only
miserable object in creation. In the di-plh
tif winter, too, when the bleak norllnveiil
rviuil blew fiercely, and the blinding snow
tinned through the air, he would come,
find, slill, clinging lo Ihe rails, wait fur his
This hail gone on so long, that one
morning, when he did not conic, l Ml un
easy, and there was a general itmimv
iiboul Ihe house as to whether any one htul
-en the old man. J lie next morning
rng passed away, and still he came mil,
I began to think be was ill or dcatl, and,
wandering at llio usual hours for another
week, we begun to forget the old begsjar
who visited us so long. One morning,
however, he was brought to my recollec
tion somewhat singularly.
I was told- that a young girl was wailing
in the hall to see me. and going out lo see
her, she told me that a Mr. Temple
wauled see me as soon as I could go lo
"Where Joes lie reside?" I said.
(She named a low wretched street in
(Solo, and wondering at the address I said:
."Who is Mr. Temple?"
"I don't know, sir," said the girl."
"lie lodges n ull my mother, sir."
You are quite sure he sent for me?"
''Yes, sir. We didn't know Ins name
till this morning, and he's lived willi us
ivcr since 1 was born."
.''Indeed! that's odd enough. Is he verv
"Oh, very; hu's a groaning so."
"Well, run back, and tell liim I'll call
ns. early as I ran iu course ol ilic morn
ing." -The girl departed, anil about half-past
eleven I found myself sufficiently engaged
m call upon my ucw friend, in street.
Solo. The house was miserable and
dirty in the extreme, and upon asking for
Mr. Temple, a slip-shod, grinning look
ing woman screamed up the kitchen stair:
"It's the three pair batk!"
The what!" 1 said.
"The three pair back, to be sure," re
filled the woman juit showing tier head
una level with ihe passage.
"Canl'tyou show me Jiit room?" said
"Who are you, I wonder," screamed
tin old woman. "Hoity-toity. Show
you up. ,' Indeed. Puilinpt you'd like a
mole candle, loo?"
Positively declining the candle, I as
cended the stair-case, surmising that the
three, pair back must be up three flight of
alsirs. and a back room somewhere.
'Whan I a i rived al the tonmost slorv of
tit bouse, I heard a low moaning sound
Ifoa)f(d from a room tn my left, and push
ing 'npen a low black door; I entered one
f ll.a miial (wiepraMa rooms that I had
Furniture it had none. A cracked wa-
1.... .. - .m anil. Ktr S I . i . I
1 . I
i cp.rthed ware Saucer, such, s art used
for garden pots. In one dinner appeared
at Cist to be mass of old rags. Bill the
groans that proceeded from amongst them
told ma that there wis human buing
Ainonif t them. '
lUi he fomet haa Jie comer" cried'
roice, as if struggling wnh pain.
jI)id you send for me'" said fe
"Thieves! mtirdor help!"' suddenly
cnni'lbe same voire, and from among the
toss ef rsra and filth, a l-n, skinny arm
jitntmdrd, gntspine a pistol. i
I own that f was a jiltls1 alarmed, sn
I am Dr. '""
"You rou have not come to riib me'
"You, you! certainly not."
"But you vou you know if you.
had I have uoihing. Mind, nothing
nothing." "Is your name remple! I asked.
"Ha!" he screamed, "how do you know
that? No, no 1 am a beijear."
"A Mr. Temple sent for mo."
"Slay, stsy! Fasten the door; place
t: ejug sgainst it. We we sliull be rob
bed else. Not that 1 have anything to
lose no, no! I am miserable poor,
hen you should apply lor assistance,
said I, "where you have a right to demand
it. If I was to give you a prescription,
you could not gel it made up for nothing,
"iNo, no, he replied, "I I know.
Look at me look, Doctor loukl"
He raised himself on his arm, and in
Ihe thin, emaciated face of my strange
patient, I recognized the old beggar who
used to cling to my area rails.
"1 do recollect you, I said.
"You du now?"
"And your name is Temple, is it not?"
"temple! he screamed, "who says
my name is I emple?
" I our own messenger.
"Then then I musl have raved."
'What complaint yave you?" I said.
Slowly he drew hit hand from under
the rags and letting an old tarnished guinea
drop from his clenched list, he said, with
a deep sigh:
"There there's your fee."
"I do not rrquire-it Irora you," laid I.
"You are sure?"
"Then I ihen I will keep' it. Don'l
tell any body you saw it or 1 shall be
He clenehrd the coin again and with
drew his ghasily allrnuated hand and arm
1 could see by his whole appearance
lhat he was suffering from wanl of nour
ishing diet, and I said:
"You must spend Ihe guinea to-day in
some wine and arrow root."
"Guinea?" he cried, "what guinea? I
have no gold. Do yon want lo rob mc?
I am ill, 1 know I am ill. Tell me
whal'x the mailer with me, but iiiiud one
"Whal is that?"
I 1 am not dy-dying. Mindjtha! 1
am not dying. No, no, not dying."
"You will, though," said I, "if you do
not take sume nourishing drinks."
He fixed his glassy eyes upon my face
as he muileied:
"Do you think a half a pint of porter is
really necessary for me?"
1 laughed and said "a bottle of good
port wine, you mean."
"Wine!" he cried, "and I so wretched
ly poor so miserably poor!"
"Do you know," said I, "I begin to
"What what?" he cried.
"That you are nol so poor as you affect
to be. Have you noisome secret hoard,
now, lhat freely used would make ihe re
mainder of you life comfortable?"
"Whal, gold!" he shricked,J"you do
nol think 1 have gold?"
"Yes I do. You are a miser."
He fell back on the bed w ill) a grasp,
then sudtlen'y springing tip, he screamed.
"Thieves! thieves! thieves! help, help,
"I shall leave vou," said 1, "if you
mitka such a noise.
The door now openej, and a coarse
nun put his head into the room, with ihe
polite inquiry of:
"What's the row?"
"Nothing," said I, "the old man is ill,
"Oil, that's Ihe ticket, is it: lie's going
all fur to nssaull ihe bucket nl last, is he?
Theru'll bo n nut for Old Nick."
Having delivered himself of this elegant
opinion, thu man withdrew his head, and
shut the door. When I turned again to
ihe old man, he lay in a swoon on his mi
I am never without a restorative about
mci and I very soon succeeded in restor
ing xy patient lo his former stale. With
a long drawn sigh, he opened his eyes,
and fixed them upon my I ice with an ex
pression of mournful intensity.
"How are you!" I said.
"Ueller better," he mattered.
I saw lhat il was not so, for a change
had come across his fare, and there was a
peculiar gaze about his eyes that told me
lie was dying. Impressed as I was with
thcconuclioii that he had money secreted,
which niiebt be of service to some one
I . . . ? , . i ... i i i
el . lining kinurcu wiiu mm, i uiu noi nesi
late to tell him his real condition.
"Do nol deceive yourself," said I, "you
He sprung up in bed wi a shriek, as if
he had been galvanized.
"Dying?'' he cried; "no no, not dying!
Let mo live live on, though it be in
want, Why should I die! No no, I
cannot will not die?"
It was dreadful to see thn agitation of
his features. Hot, scalding tears passed
down his cheeks; he clutched the scanty
covering which was upon him till the blood
startled, and still he shrieked:
"I cannot dare not die!"
Then he suddenly turned lo me, and
clutching my arm, he cried, in the most
"Save me! save! for the love of Hea
ven, save me. Hold me to the world.
You are skillful save me by your art.
Look al me a miserable old man. I will
kneel to you bless you be your slave,
but give life life lile!"'
1 knew that a few hours must end the
s-ene, and I seized ihe opportunity of
leaving the room and getting somebody in
ihe house to fetch some wine and .iraiidy,
for I knew that by stimulants alone could
the flickering flame of life be kept alive
for the next few hours.
When I returned, I started, for he had
risen- front' his pallet, and was kneeling be
before the wreched little skeleton gralc,
which, by its rust, had evidently not see
fife for years, He did not hear me, and 1
paused to observe him.
With feeble efforts he wrenched from
its plaee the liula grater and then I saw
hint- egr!y eitHemrrJ' w something.
With' a seream he sprang to his feel, and
as be did so, a heavy bag fell from his r
laied hold, with a loud clash upon tbe
"Wretched man!", said I pointing to the
bag, "is il for this you cling to life?"
"Mo tried lo speak, but could not.
His hand clutched the uir wildly. Inar
ticulate sounds came from his throat, and
I had jtisl lima to catch him, when he
again fainted. I carried him lo the bed, if
bed it could bs called, and then carefully
replacing the grate, 1 lifled the bng he had
dropped, and concealed it under some mus
ty apparel which lay in a rolling heap in
one corner of ihe room.
I was most anxious that lie should live
to make some bequest of his money to
some good purpose, and, with some anxi
ety felUiis pulse; it was beating feebly,
but there was a tolerable regular action.
I left tho room again, and was glad to
meet on the staircase a girl with the wine
and brandy, 1 took them from her, and
returning, poured a little of the former in
to the misers mouth.
In a few moments returning .animation
began to show itself, but I feared he was
delirious, for he talked strangely.
"They are all dead now," he muttered,
"dead, I tell you; they don'l want my
gold; it is twelve years ago. They are
"Who are dead!" I said.
"Ha!" he cried. "Who speaks tome
in Ihe dark?"
"The dark?" said I.
"Yes; the night is very dark, so very
I looked at his eyes, and perceived that
lite sight was gone, tie w as slone blind.
I feared that the oilier perceptive qualities
would quickly follow, and 1 said:
"Tell me truly. Have you uny kin
"Kindrtd?" lie replied.
"Yes; have you a child or a child's
"A child child?" he said fullering,
"have 1 a child s" child: "Did my own
little blue eyed Emma ever fondle a darl
ing of her own, because because, have
mercy upon me dial would be my child's
I never shall forget lite burst of frantic
grief which followed these words. His
sobs were terrible. Such agony of snr
row I never before saw, and hope never
lo see again, I was deeply affectod.
Uriel in the young is distressing, but there
was something awful in Ihe heartfelt an
guish of that while-bared old man.
"Calm yourself," I said, though my
own voice was broken bv emotion, "there
may be still time to repair, in some mea
sure, Ihe past. Confide all to me, and I
promise, before Heaven, lo do what I can,
in furtherance or, I hope, your newly awa
"God bless and prosppr you," he said
lamtlv,"! wiilli'll all all"
His voice was very faint, and I stooped
over him In listen. Mingled with bro
ken sobs and many tears, ho thus address
"1 had a wife, whom I loved, and and
a 1 1 1 tie blue-eyed thing, with a sweet laugh,
who was as happy as the day is long, and
we called her Linma. My wife Ihe com-
panion of my young days, wasted away
beltiro my eyes, aim uietl. 1 hen 1 was
alone willi my child, my little one, but
there came a chilling shadow across my
heart, and I was unhappy."
"At last il shaped itself into a form, and
avarice became my passion I hoarded
hoarded nil, but still in misery and priva
linn, my little child clung toino and loved
me. The pleasure of childhood she never
new; playmates she haa none; yet she
clung io me, and she grew in beauty too,
till she was sixteen; then she was loved by
a mere youth. 1 knew liim. His genius
was his only possession, and 1 scorned
him. Then one day he same lo mc; and
she, my child, my Emma it was her mo
liter's name they knelt at my feet and
asked lor my blessing.
He paused, for bis tears choked his ut
terance, and the scene he had conjured up
was Ion much for his feelings. I gave him
some wine anil he proceeded.
"1 turned them from my door and saved
And what became of them?"
"I left the plare, and came to London
but a man met me in the street, and told
"That my child my litilo Emma you
"Take lime," I said.
"He-he told me she was dcsd-tlie little
thing who used lo nettle in my breast; he
said she had (lied of want in giving birth
to a chiltl autolute want!
"(Jan thai be true!" said I.
"Hush!" he 'cried, "hear ill her all.
Her young husband he, too had kissed
hit child and then taught a grave and
I lind saved my gold!"
"Whan did you hear this ?"
"The lasl time I clung to the railing of
your house. Since then, I have not tasicd
"The child," I said, "your Emma's
child; did it live?"
"I know not."
"Where did all this happen!"
"That is a small place near ."
" Andjyniir daughter's) husband's name?"
I immediately formed a resolve, and ri
sing. I said:
"Be calm till I return. Take a little
wine occasionally, and I will tend you a
nurse and oilier refreshments."
"Take with you the dross which has
been my destruction," he moaned; "lake
"I will return toon, I said.
"I hurried from the room. Medical men
know plenty of nurses, and in half an hour
I sen' one lo the old man with medicine
and food; ihen I hurried home to my wife.
"Mary," said I, "1 am going to ,"
"Don't ask me any questions, but come
with mc, I have ordered post horses, and
we shall be there within three hours.
they tell me. I'll tell you everything ou
Good fast horses and a well paid pot-
tilli in do wonders. Aa we neared
I railed to the driver:- "Is there a work
house at 1" "A workus?" he cried.
Lor! I thinks as there is'i; but there is at
. A workusl Lor!"
I had lo!d the whole atory In my wifeJ
and the had at once tttgrstedan Inquiry
at the wntkbonst, to ascertain if the par
iah nun; have been cognizant of the whole
affiir. We toon rattled up to the work-
house door, and
id I ushered into (he
said T, "Have you
master a room.
"1 nm Dr.
a child here of the na.ie of Durham?
' "Yes, sir," was ihi immediate answer.
"Thank Heaven," slid I. "What is il,
a hoy?" "No, sir, i girl," "lis age?"
"About eleven, sir. ' on tee we had lo
bury .the mother, and I a father drowned
himself." "I dare nol; sir," said the man.
I will hold you harnrtst," said I. "You
know me by name.".
J he master hesitated a moment, and
ihen said: "I will, sir, Will you please
Id take a seat a momcil?"
He waa scarcely two minutes gone,
when lie returned, lending by ihe hand a
title girl dressed 111 a Clue sluff gown of
five centuries ago, and little pinched up
while cap. bue was, a beautiful thing,
with mild blue eyes, and a look of earnest
simplicity upon her face, which I admired
very much. " 1 hank you sir, eaul 1 to
the master "You shall hear from me to
morrow." He bowed, and I look the little orphan
bv tho hand, and led !ier to the chaise.
The moment I appeared at Ihe workhouse
door, a great crowd thai had there assem
bled greeted me with a loud hurrah. I
handed the child into the chaise, and fol
lowed my sell. "Tt London," said I.
"Hurrah! shouted His crowd, andaway
we went. ,
I had been away five hours exactly
when I entered the miser's room with his
daughter's child. He was asleep, and
ihe nurse told me he had been quite deli
rious. I fell certain lhal il wna hit last
sleep, and I motioned Ihe child, who was
a sweel lempered, tradable little thing, to
Hand quietly by lite bedsidn, while I
awaited for his awakening. There was a
dead silence for about a quarter of an hour,
and he muttered in hit sleep. "Yes, dar
ling ; kiss me my little Emma! llless
you bless bless .
"Are you better! I saio: solily
"That's Dr " ho said, "Yes,"
"I am much better, thank you, he said:
in fact quite slronir and well. 1 had
pain, but it's gone nod it's still nighl."
1 saw by some inUlliable sight lhal lip
"II," I said, "your daughter had a child,
il would inherit ll you have? "Dr.
he said, "I should die happy if
some one could assure me that my poor
Lmma s child was alive; bu
He burst into Icara. The little girl
who waa very lender hearted, was so
much affected, thai she wept audibly.
shall never forget the expression of the
old man a face as lie heard her.
"Who is thai?" he cried; who weeps?
Who who weeps for met
"Listen" I said. "It's your own Em
ma's child." He clasped his hands, and
his face for a moment was lighted up with
heavenly joy; then opening his arm, he
"Come! come lo my hcari! lo my
I placed the child in his arms, saying
"Kiss your mother s father.
bhe twined her little arms around Ins
neck, and kissed his furrowed check
Slowly the old man's arms relaxed their
hold. He fell back on ihe pillow. There
was a smile of joy in his face, but ht wai
Property to the amount of five thousand
pounds was found belonging to him, which
Ihe poor parish child came into undispu
ted possession of; and 1 can only say for
myself, that no event ol my liLu has given
me greater pleasure lo liniik of.
Tho Burlington Free Prett is responsi
ble for the following:
Last Saturday, the 3d insl., as ihe Ei
press train from Montreal was running at
great spceO lo make up lost lime between
ot. Johns and Koutc s Point, the Engine.
man discovered a woman standing in Ihe
centre ol the track, frantically swinging a
basket evidently wnh Hie intention ol stop
ping tho train. The whistle waa immeili
alely sounded for 'down brukers hard,'
and wilh great eterlions, I lie train Was
brought to rest within a few feet of th
woman, who never stirred off the track
or evinced the slightest fear.
The Engine-n.an, 1'ireman, Brakeman,
and Superintendent, (w ho happened to b
on the train,) ran up to Uiu woman to fin
nut what horrible accident had lianpeue
ahead, to call forth such strong demon
stration on her part. Each asked e.igerly
the cause for her signals:
"Lawful takes!" said she, "I never
seed one of ihcm machines before in my
life, and I do declare it's one of the funni
est things 1 erer did see!"
IIa?omk IUwAnD or Mamt. The
Committee of the Common Council of
New York appointed for Ihe purpose nf
considering what individual is most de
serving of the gold box, whioli was devised
by the illustrious Jackson, lo be presented
to the person who should be adjudged by
his countrymen to have been the most va
liant in delence of his country in the Utc
war with Mexico, give notice that they
will receive the written claims of any
member of the New York Volunteers for
the box, Three months' lime is allowed
in which applicants must present their
Fishy. A correspondent nf the Louis
ville Democrat wriling from Itlooinfield,
Ntlson county, Ky., gives a description of
a large fish caught in a mill-dam near that
place, "It was six feet one inch in length
and ihirty-eighl anil a half inrhes around
the largest part." The bowel contained
"anViirhtday clock, I wo trace chains, a
small rooking stove, half a dozen beaver
hats, a paper of needles, and various othhr
articles. We suppose Hie 'other articles
sre the fixing, of ihe clock, the men who
lost iheir hats indie sea of bowels, and the
XT' Thi office nf Sheriff for New
Yoik city and cornly is saio to yield an
inenmo lo Mr. Carnley, Ihe occupant, of
nearly $100,000 per annum.'
Tit WaretiV tiffin, that the undersiffned lias been
J appointed and outlined ea Administrator ol
trie eilata of Jobs buncsn, Sea., deresaoil.
W. II. t:AIM.
May 19, m. '
Plows! Plows!! ,: ,
tnid Long's It Hiier'e
Patant Metal flows, at
too Hardware Store, boat
u:itity, for four dollars,
April 14, Id5'l.-2m47
P. ?. Voa will reeol.
loot that wa hud a verv
ffood article ot Sheep
Shears last jear, and a cheap article ol wool twine.
Wa can lurniah a Hotter article ui eueare inn roar
than has ttu been sold in thie market made oi
ntesily for una wool, and twine cheaper than
Laual. H.Uk CO.
NOTICE ii horeby given that the copartner
ship herctolure axietiog under the Aim of
b'tUir, Sampeol fc Co., ia tine day dieiolved by
term of liniitiition. The notes and book accounte
are in the li niili of 1. R. Biporo, for ettlemont
and collodion. Pcreonehaving accounts nneettled
are roiUOted to call at the old atand and settle,
as (he business ot the firm must be cloeed up im
j. ii. r . 0AiursE.li,
rfHK unilcnigncd would return thank to the
X numcroui Iricnds of the old firm for their
past pstronego and would inform the public that
tho buoinesa will ba continued at the old atand
under tho Arm of Squire at Porter.
J. ft. MilUKK,
Ashland, April 7, 1352. 46tf
TN Pursuance to the command of an Esecution
X writ called a Fi. Ka., isaur-d from the Court of
Common Plane or Anhlnnd County, Ohio, and to
me directed, I will expoae tn public aule. at the
doorol ttie Court House, in the town.of Ashland,
in said County, on
Saturday, the 267A day of June, ,
D., 1852, at one o'clock P.M., of said day,
tho tollnwint! tliscribed Rout Estate, eituete end
being in the County of Aililnnd, anil slate ofOhio,
to witt boiiifi the undivided one hall of tots No.
thirteen, I .urloen a no littcen, in alio town ol sin
Itvnn, in said County, mid to be sold as the pro
perty ol'llenry II. Drake, at the suit of J. M t'or
hiim; appraised al the sum of A112 60. Terms of
ISAAC GATES, Sheriff.
May 25, 1352. Ils-pf82 50
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
Chas. P. Freeman & Co.,
(LATH rilKKMAN, HODGES CO.) .
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS,
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NAVK now on hand, and will bo receiving
dnily tlirough the season, ifrlf Goods, direct
from thn Knronenn manufacturer!, and cash Auc
tion, rich ,fathinable, fancy Silk MitlUar Goodi.
Our Hock of Rich Ribbons, comrQ every varie
ty or tho latest and most boauulul deiigm im
ported. Many of our goodi are manufactured expreialy
to our order, from our own deiiirn and patterni.
and stand unrivalled. We offer our Roods for nett
Cath, at lowor prices than any credit House in
America can afford.
All pure Lasers will 6nd it (treatly to thIr in
terest to reserve a portion of their money, and
make selections from our great variety of rich
Ribbons rich for BonneU, Caps, Saibea and
Bonnet Silks, Satins, Crapes, Lines, and Tar
HabitN, Sleeves, Cuffs, Kdgings, and Irtscrtinqi.
Embroidered Kcviere, Lace, and Hemstitch
Cambric 1 I.Ik ft.
Embroidered Laces for Shawls, Mantillas, and
Hon ton, M oc hi on, Valcncienei, and Brussels
English and Wove Thread, Smyrna, Lisle
Thread, and Cotton Laces.
Kid, Lialn Thrnad, Silk, and Sewing Silk,
Gloves, and Mitts.
French and American Artifice Flowers.
French Lace, English, American, aad Italian.
Straw Bonnets and Trimmings.
April 7, 1852. 46t(
Far lLo Care) of
COCGIIS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,
CROIP, ASTHMA, AND
JU' Thla remedy ii offered to the community with
the confidence ice reel in an -art Ice which eeldom faite
to realize tbe Ii apple m elTecta that can be desired. 60
wide It the field uf Lla uMcCulneii and so numerous the
casea of iti cures, that atmoit every section of tho
country abounds in peraons, publicly knoirn, wbo
have been restored from alarming and even desperate
diseases of the lungs, by its use. When onee tried, Ita
superiority over every other medicine or Its kind, ia
too apparent to escape observation, and where ita
virtues are known, the public no longer hesitate what
antidote to employ fur tbe distressing and danteroue
affections of the pulmonary organs, which are itict
deut to our climate. And not only In the formidable
attacks upon the lungs, but fur the milder varieties of
Colds, Cocmis, HOavMRNtse, &c, and for CnuDRiH It
ia the plea'atitcst and safest medicine that can be ob
tained. Ko lamtly should bo without It, and those
who have used it, never will
RVtvl the opinion of the following Gentlemen, who
will be recocnitedin tbe various sections of country
tv litre they are lutatcd each and all as merchants of
the first da and of the highest character as the
oldest and must extensive Wholesale Dealers In Med-
ii ine wah au experience unlimited on the subject of
which they speaK. 11 mere is any value in the Judg
nicntoi experience, see
Wn the undersigned, WhoUmle Druggist 1, hav
ing been long acquainted with Ayer't Cherry
J'ei toral, hereby certify our belief that it it the beet
and moxt tfftctual rem! for Pulmonary Com-
plaints ever o f red to the American Ptople. And
vi wuh'J, from our knowledge of itscoiupt)sitiont
and extensive usrfulneit. cordially commend it to the
atlltrttdas worthy their best confidence, and with
the firm conviction that it will do for their retiif
all that medtcme can do,
lltrtkam, y.dmtniit tc C., Boston Hasi.
Rtu V C , ItaUlmore, Maryland.
J.niiit if Ingraftmm, Hangar, Maine
ftarlhmd, Itarrail S Co., Charleston, B. C,
Jrvh 6. Farrand, Detroit Michigan.
7. U. MrAalhuttr, I.ouiHVille, Kentucky.
jViHfr-' if Hnltoti, Nt. Louis, Missouri.
Jinyk Tttkef, Mobile, Alabama
ThtetTt A. !, Ilurlingtiin, Vermont.
HnlanJ, Ritrle tt C'., Augusta, Georgia,
l$et U, Junta. Titntoii, New Jersey.
J. jtf. T-i. PitUhurx, Heun.
Clark Cc. Chicago. Illinois.
F,. F. ftsjr, Burlington, Iowa.
M. A. Hanft If Bom, Norfolk, Virginia.
FHtard UringhtirMt, Wtlimnirlon. lie 14 ware.
iffiirr, a- l., I nil.'ici pin., I,,
7. I). t W. H. Uilmn, Waahitiiton, D. C. '.
J. Ii rifkt a C... New Orlrana, i.e.
Waion a C, Kurt Warm, Indiana.
C. 0. Hitknund a) CV, ran Franci.co, CaL
l.trii If Amu, TallahaKae, Florida.
H. ft. Htrtmp, Kuoxville.Tenaeaaee. : .
('!. It llurr, Llltle Hock, Ark.
Btiltrr, SMrf. 0 C l.ciltnn, Miss. '
M II, .ii.aaia, ualvesuin, lesaa. .
Chut. l)iiir,Jr,, Providence, K. I.
.tit. M. 7'rarr, hevannah, lla.
M ac, IMiimn, t c.t , Cincinnati, Ohio.
IN FOUEIGN COUNTIES:
J. 0. Ca r... Valparaiso, rMII.
'. M. limn (.'.., Vera rrui, Mexico.
t'rtd tier., If C'., Bogota, Nevr Grenada.
. Trr.W if C., Lima, I'eru.
Af.rl.a If (,'., llallfaa, Nova Hcotla.
7'. Hull" s Sea, Ht. Johne, .New lliunswlek.
C. il. avillu. a) C, Kin Janeiro, Bt.lll.
With audi auurautc, and from auch men, nostroir
;er proof can h. adduced, except tual found In Its ef
eel. upun trial ...
J'rsnarsd and sow by Jama C. Ayr, Pmrllerl
cimlit,LoiU,Mu.i Nfurawt Higitov.Mint
't',Wrtaltigmti B.F. ll'silnryand W.Uil
Hngtm, Xsslead, OU. i Hw - Klnrtnuf,
HatmUlt, OUci as4 e Vrugtltli ln4 A mint
throughout th, Btal,.
nilemlier in, MM. im18
NEW GROCERY. -
THE undersigned hoajuat opened, ia tba room
formerly occupied by A. W Petera, a new
grocery establishment, where he intends to keep
constantly, on hand a good assortment i .,
. FAMILY GROCERIES, ;
such as Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Tobacco, Fish, Oils,
Liquors, Wines, fen., ate, bo.' ' ' -
As to quality and price, hia Block shall not be
surpassed. Give me a call, and judge.
, J. W. BARNES.
Ashland, Nov. 19, 1851. . ' 2Btf ,
Ho to the Rescue.
Now tt the time to Int. your Property,
T J.SPRRNGI.E is Agent Tors number of the
I J. best FIRE, MARINE, LIFE and U EALTH
INS. COMPANIES in the United SUtea. . Persons
wishing insurance in any of the abort departments
will And it to their advantage to call on the snore,
at the office at the Ashland Mutual Ins. to.
Nov. 19, 1851. 2btl
THF. undersigned has just opened, in connec
tion with his Saloon, a Dnkery, whore the
best quality of bread may ba bad and delivered at
the reaidenoea of regular customers at four cents
per loat. ,
All kinds of Ps, Caka, and every article
usually furnished by a first rate City Oakery, will
be promptly furnished to order. - Sept. S4.
1" A JAC0U8.
The belt and eheapett family Medicine
in the world.
Dr. R0I1EIMS' COMPOUND
An alterative, Tonic, Diuretic and mild Cath
Price 25 cts. per box, containing 50 Film.
Each box en tu aim fifty pills, which makta them as
cheap again as any other standard pill, and four
times cheaper, and warranted much superior in (be
cure of various dmaei, to any of the Kyrup mix
tures sold; besides being a more convenient and
proper form for use.
Mi lit: aatonislMiiR aucecss wMch has attended the
X UioofDr. Hubert's Compound Narnapaiilla Pill
is proof abundant and conclusive tliat tlwj are truly
- NATUUK'S OWN REMEDIES,
and that they will curt all curable dineaaes, quiche
and more plra?autly than any other medicine eve'
known. The Fill are principally an alterative med
icine, (their basis being the solid extractor fatfapa
rilla, pri')iartti in a superior manner.) but sufficiently
oatliavtic to gently assist nature, without purging un
necessarily, which make them peculiarly adapted to
weak and ' enfeebled persons, invigorating and
strengthening the nudy, purifying the system, produ
cing new rich blood and a healthy action of the sto
mach and liver.
They are acknnwlfil?ed by our ablest physicians U
be not only uuexceptionable, but efficacious in the
bigtiCKt degiee, and as a general
FAMILY S1EDICINE UNEQUALED.
Tlie Compound Rarnaparllla Pill are used for the
permanent cure ol those Uii'ites which arlf from an
impure Plate ol the blood and morbid necrettons uf the
liver ami stomach, vii:,er)sipela,itcrufula or king's
evil, ulcers, scald head, obstinate cutaneous enip
titm. blotches, hjln, pimples, sure, weak or Inflam
ed eyet, glandular swilling, rheumatic affections,
pains iu the buries, and Juiuta, dropsy, dyspepsia,
asthma, diarrhu and dysentery, coughs, cnldx, con
sumption when caused by capillary ubotructiuus of
tbe lungs, in persons nl ncrofulnuit constitiitionn, in
flamatiui. of the lungs, influenza, itnli(:iftitns, bead
ache, jaundice, fever and aTiie chill ft.ver, and ft vcr,
In general, general ad nervous debility, ai'd dim aen
arising from an liiiii.ticiuui ue of mc rent's', ami when
ever medicine is requited to iuvigorate and purify the
Theyare a purely vegetable compound, and may be
used by persons of all ages. They are pleasant to the
falate, and produce no nausea, uneasines or acri pi rig
n their operation. Hundreds of certificates could be
given of those who have used them with grerat heiieflt.
we asK.no person to take our word as to the merits
of the medicine, hut to call on the agent and purchase
a box, and if on trial tt does notcive (tie most nerfecl
satisfaction, they can return the box and receive the
money paid Tor the same. Purchasers will be parttc
ular to at k for "Hr. Hubert's Compound Karsaparilla
Pills," and observe that the ffreen wranncr on each
box has a fac simile of the signature of Jo. Koberts,
m. it. ana v. r. pay, and to purcnaie none others.
Letters on the subject of the medicine, must be ad-
reseed. post paid, to C. P. Fay. Owes o. Tioca Co..
Healers In Ashland county can learn terms on en
qntry of the Editor of the Union, at Ashland, Ohio.
JAUSntCK. DYHPKWIA. CHRONIC OR NKR-
VOUS IWHILITY, DISEASES OFTHK KIUNKY8,
and all diseases arising from adisrodcred Liver or Kto
mack, such Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullneas
or Hiood to the llrau, Acidity orine HiomMh, Nausea,
Hearthurn, IMngust for food, Fullness or weight in tbe
Stomach. Hour P.ructatlnus. Kinking or Fluttering tt
the pit of the Ktomach, Swimming of Head, Hurried
ana aiincuiinreaiiiing, riuueriug anne (if an, cuo
king or HufTocatinfi scimatione when in a lying pos
ture, Dimnens of Vision, Dots or webs before tbe sin lit,
Fever and dull pain iu the Head. Deficiency or Fur
smration. Yrtlovt noss of the Kkinand Eyes. Fain in
the side and Hack, Chest, Limha tfcc, Kudden Flushes
of Heat, Hurtling in tbe Flesh, Constant Imaginings
of &vii ana ttrcai uepression 01 rtpirus, can oe enoc
tually cured by
CELEBRATED GERMAN BITTERS,
DR. G. M. JACKSON,
AT THE GERMAN MEDICI NK STORE, 180 ARCH
Their power over the above diseases it notsxcctl
edtf equalledby any other preperation in the
Untied States, as the cutet attest, in many cases
after skillful physicians had fatted.
These bitters are worthy the attention of Invalids
Possess! ug great virtues In the reclincatttn of diseases
of the Liver and lesser glands, exercising the most
searching powers in weakness and affections ofthedl
gestive organs, thryare withal, sale, certain ana pica
Head and hv Convincrd.
From the 'Boiton Bee'
Tho Editor said. Dee. 22d:
Dr, tlooaltand's etltbrtted Oerma Bitters for the
cure of Lkvur complaint, Jaundice Dyspepsia, Chronic
or IHcrvous Debility. is deservedly one of the mostpon-
ular medicines of the day. These bitters have been
used bv thousands, and a friend at our elbow aaya be
himseii received an eneciuai ana permanent cure ot
Uver complaint irom ine use ot in is reiueuy. vte
are convinced that In the use of these Hitlers, the pa
tient constantly gains strength and vigor fact wor
thy of great consiucraiion. I bey are piraoani in tasie
and smell, and cn he used by uersons with tbe most
delicate stomachs with safety, uuder tiie circum
stances. We are speaking from experience, and to
ine a m i c tea we aaviscais use,
Scotti weekly,' one of the bee Literary pa
pers puDii-neu, aaia, Aug. soiu
"Dr. I too Sand's (lermo Bitters, manufactured bv
Dr. Jackson, are now recommended by some of the
most prominent members of the faculty as an article
01 mucn etneacy 111 cases 01 lemaie weakness. At
such ia the case, we would advise all mothers to ob
tain a buttle, and thus save llianirielvcs much sickness.
Persona uf debilitated constitutions will ffnd these
Bitters advantageous to tkeirheallh, aa we know from
experience the salutary effoct llicy have upon weak
The "Philadelphia FaturdayGaxette," theheit
firmly nwsiiper published ia the United States
1 lie rJJi ur stsys ot
Oil. IIOOKLAND'8 GERMAN BITTERS 1
"It is seldom that we recommeud what are termed
Patent Medicines, to the confidence and patronage of
our readers; ana merciure wnen wa recommend vr.
Moorland's German Hitters, wc wish It to be distinct'
ly understood that we are not speaking of the nos
trums ol the day, that are noised about for a brief pe
riod and then foritoiten after they have done theii
guilty race, of mischief, hut of a medicine Ions estab
1 U.icd, unTvemally priced, and which baa met tbe
hearty approval of the faculty itself.'
Evidence upon evidence has been received (like the
foreininal I ruin all ecttnin of ttm Uulnn. tha lul
three years, and the (Strongest testimony In Us favnr
is, that ther ia more of It need In the practice of the
regular riiyaictau of Philadelphia than an otner nos
trnms combined, a fact that can eaillr he established,
and fully proving that a scianilflo preparation will
meet with their quiet approval when presented even
tn mis lorm.
Thau hia medicine will cure Liver Complaint and.
P)npipi(i" one can doubt after using it as directed,
Itac specKltclally upon the stomach and liver; ii pre-
feiahletu calomel in etikuitius 4ttt$ the eHect
iinmedlatf. They can he ailminlstuiej to females of
Ihfauti wltb safety and reliable bent lit at any time,
IIICWARU (IF JOUNTKUFEITH
Tills medicine lias attstiied Ibat ttlr.h character
vvhlch la ueccnaaiy for all iiicJtcli.ea to altaiu to In.
dnce coiint.rfi'lleta to put fjl'lti .(iniiotis artltlisat
tlie rlak of ilia lives uf Uiose wbo are lunoeeuily de
Look well lo the mark) of the Gf.nuine.
Ther have the written efauature of C. M. JACKHOU
upon tbe wrapper, and hi. n me blown In tba Uoltls,
witS.at wkitk.tkew art fan'tfas.
fin sale) Whnlfaale and Retail at the GER
MAN MKMCINK STOKK, No. 120 Arch attest,
ons door below sixth, Phlladelphiat and bj re
spectable deatera gonarally through tha country,
Toenitile all classes oflnral ill to snjoy llis
advantages of their great les'.oniive powers.
iinglt Jloltle 75 Cenli,
tar est hy Spink It Howard, Woostar,' ft.
.a.p..ll C ,., A.hland, II,,M k Klningsr,
4 Rifralnw. Alan.nald.
Jan an, wn. i,j7
! WONDEBFUL CUE ESI
pr. liodgcrt' Syrttp of Linerwurt aMsf.
Tar end Chav.chalgua (or thi ,
pie tt 'cUrt of Cough; CWJiy tnfltnxa,
Athma, lironchititt spitting if Blood,
and all other Lung Comflamtt
ding to A -. ? , .IJ'j,
THE GREAT COUGH REMEDY!
Rudirl have you a Cut, walsh you are ttJlcU
Ins, under the idea that ill. only a common cola, aadT
that It will soon "ar '('' Let a friend tall
you. In all kindness, what will coo he the probalie
result. ,. . i (
In a short time, If you continue to neglect yourself,
you will be. in to awl a sense ol tlgliloc and oa-r
nre.ston acroaa the cheat, accompanied with freauent'
sharp dfrtlns pain.. Then .dry, backing Cania will
set In, andwhen youraiManrlhlns It will be a,thlck
and yellowlnh or while frothy matter, streakeeVper- 1
liapa, with blood. If you atlll take no medicine, these,
uupleaiantaymptoms will Increaas' and you will aoo
have hectic fever, cold chills, night sweats, xopiouai ,
expectoration, and then great prostration. U yoojl -till
iiflka.toiu.clf a few weeks or months wilt.
see you consigned to the grave, leaving your friends,
to mourn how rapidly CUNbtlHPTION did its work,
and hurried you away. Fritmdl have you ao oause to
be alarmed? In the above sketch you may sea aa im, r
a glau, how every case of consumption progresses,
with more or lose rapidltr, to a latel termination. i ;
Or all the thousand, and nvllloos whom this great' '
Deatjoyer hsa gathered to the tomb, every elngly casei
bcean with a CUI If this bad been attended to, all-1
might have been well; but, being neglected, ander tho ,
fatal dhluslon that It would 'wlar ilK.lfoff," it trana
fi'ircd it. deadly action tothe siib.tanoe.of the Lungs, r,
exciting there the formation of tubercle.. Another,
and anotbercold added fuel to th. flame, oail tbe.a'
tubercle, beenn to .often and auniiurale. leavfnai.bv
their ulceration, great cavllle. In the lungs. At bl
crlils, the disease 1. very difficult of eure, and often- '
nic. aein at uciibiigc an numan mean. -
Iu the latter or worat atase. thia medicine will of: '
tentimea arreat the rilae-ase, or check 11. porgreas, andk. '
win always maneine patient mure cnmiortable, ana
prolong his lite, and l therefore worthy of a trlaj;,
but in ita luciuient or forming nerlods. Conaumntfoa. .
Is aa cjralile a any other dkitea.., and Dr. Hoger.' Sl '
'run of Liverwort, Tar, and t'anchaasua. If taken av i
this lime, will cure it TTTAS KUKKI.V AH IT IS..
AKEMJu This ia alrirng language, but we tut-'
pfcr you to numberleas living wltneaK. tonrove thai.'.!
it i. truel And therefore, we earnestly exbort.v.rr-f
man, woman, and child, who haa a Cough, or I. eub-p
jeet to t.'olda. to keep thla medicine hy you In the '
house, and whenever you take cold, do not "let It
alone" tn work inlaclilef in your ayslem, but eradlcata-:
it tbnroucbly, anil at once, hy llila powerfully healing'
compound, and leave your lungs aninjurcd, to cairy
ou iu iuii vigor 10 a goou oiu agej
Have you delicate, weakly children, who are alwavi
taking cold and subject lo-Croup I Remember, there
never wax a cae 01 Lroun, winch aid not orlgnata (
eoldi And When your child goes to kett wbeeitssg.t
id coucliitip. rou know not that, before morn Inc.
( HOUP may not set In, and ere you can get a Physt.
an. vourdrar child mav be bevond the reach ofhelo. '
We beeech you. therefore, as you value tbe Uvea of ;
your children, keep this medicine bv vou in the house
ami when your little ones take cold and commence:;
lutigrnng, give it lOiiKin at once, and rest not until
lie ennuis entirely siiMuedt Wa conscientiously, I
ivrr. alter the most extended experience, that If thia
advice were full owed, no child need ever 01 E OT I
(:KOUP, for the cold would be cured, before It could .
arrive at this aggravated and fatal itage. Let every -Mother,
especially, bred well these remarks, that she
may not hereafter, when mourning over the early '
blif lit itf sume cherished blossom, have occasion bit;
teily to reproach herself for her criminal neglect. It '
is an old ailnee, that 'to be forewarned, ia to be fort ,.
armed. Pare 11 to! so let it be Id your case.
Tr3 Re sure to ask for Dr. A, ttegtrt LIVER. .
WOKT. TAK. and CANCHALAtiUA. and let no oth
er be palmed on to you.
CAUTION. None genuine, unless there le ob the
buff wrappi-r. a note of baud, ilgucd with a pen, of
. u. nuu v 11. u oc lu,
Forfia'e by H.P.Whitney. 1
A. k 8. HUN&RY. Brest, MichJiran, ffeneral
agents for Ohio. I y 2ft
A Chemical Compound timilar to th'
Jyatural Uil of the Hair.
SPANISH HAIR GLOSS.
AC I.KAN, white and beautiful preparation for pro
moling the growth, am) luxuriance and beauty of
the Hair removing dandruff, scales and scurf, and
curing the cutaneous diseases uf the scalpunequall
ed for keeping the Hair moint, imparling to its rich
silky softness and htithry beautiful lustre. Ita sooth' ,
ing and agreeable properties will be fuund remark able,
applied either to the head or irritation of the skin, ;
It is unlike any ol the Alcoholic and Oil preparation
soconutonly used for the Hair. Haauperlorty over
all Hair proparatioHs consists in its properties beinf
moistening and cooling nw4 of drying and heat '
ing as the. Alcoholic preparations are: and being free
of the greasy qualities ot marrow, oils, Ao. Its pow "
er to remove the glutinous coating which obatrue
me pores 01 me sain When onneaitny, ana woic '
prevent the follicles from exuding aa oily substance
necessary to the natural moisture, beauty and growth '
of tbe Hair ia tiiequalled.
Onelree application of the HalifOloae will Impart
a more lasting beauty and moisture to the balr, than i
a whole bottle of the alcoholic preparatlouautually
sold nben idea it will not soil the finest linen. Peraona
whose hair is stigntiy gray, win nna thia article to
make their hair darker, and render the gray hair a :
scarcely precept ihle. Mothers will find this prepare
lion tne nest they can use to areas children hair,
keeping It In place, giving tt a most beautiful lustre
and causing It to grow luxuriantly. If any prepare- '
tlnn of art cause the hair to grow, th Spanish Hair
Gloss will do it. . '
Very liberal discounts made to Dniegista end thoee
ho buy hy wholesale. Address C. P. Fay, Owego,
. Y. Price cents per bottle.
Dealers in Ashland county can learn term Oft en
quiry of Editor of the Union, at Ashland, Ohio.
Price Reduced 1
Large) BottlMOuly One Dollauv
Tha FreprWtar af th. Ofaat Asurloia Sasadr "Vintt
VsaSTASca Lrraorraimo Miitiibb," ladaeW hr SW
iriMt nllciuUoaa af al. AsaaB, Unvasaaat Iks Uaawd
Btatss and Canada, ass sow
Btdtcsd the fries
f Ms sopalar aad wd know a anleki sal Iraa tala data,
aausafonh, ka will pat as hat ana slsa aeJr,-kls sjsast
aoutan-tk. Mall aria, will bs
Oil D01LA1. ,
The p.Ule mar isat aannd iku th. Ausatet af taa Metal
etna, ha straaclk, and aaratlva pwpailla. WILL asMAiaf
ncsj.naa. and lbs euae eaia will ks taslsnad la ps
ptrinl It M bMtofora.
A. tala awdlelaa, aaasr Ik radsasl pnaa, wO hs parehesa4
bv thoaa who bava aat hllAHta siana laeamlvss as,aalalat
with lla vlrtaaa. the prepnetar waakl kit to tail aw. tkat ass'
ardcl. Is net la bs elawri with the vait aawaat af " B asaidiss ,
of th. dar " h elalaM far ItMlf a fTMfar aMtiaf arwrr, ra
mtl aVteuat, taaa asp Maar araparatua aaw ffsara tas. ;
SMrfd ; and ka. aaMaiaad Itaslf far eisht rasis k It .aaarisS
radical vlrtaaa, and, antll Una sadaawa, asawadsd dsastt :
NoTtea PaaTfcouaLV. thai arOola art! with ffrast kasl.
Inspewwaadeartalntr, apaalaa ..
Blood, Livsr, XidMyt, liata,.
tnl all oUmt Miaea, apod tha prop actioa af wMeh Ufa aad
Thla ssadlclna has a rsnlf hlth itpeis as t ssaaif I
Dropsy and Ortvtl .
and all dkaaacs af that nalaas. It ssar ha isBsd apaa what
the Inulllteet phrdalaa has abaaaaaal kla patkalrwat tas '
law. dittrwoa dl BMe. wpwltllr Daor.v. th. siassl
Mat weald earaaath) end hcaMls niiaanl h. Al be
lM prloe It a ells ahulaad hr all, aad tka trial srU nsav
Ikaardel. as bathe
Cheapest KslieLat bl tha Warlit
OwpwnlalaavaisUwaipaaaaaf lawtpui. Ua aedibae la ftrl .
txdical siatuw) val.abU fsr boaasWd parpaaaa, aad wklah ,
wlllaaaaaauarJnaftasealall i I
Tlwaa rawipt. es. swiadaMd la suae tka keek ml anal
tatae, aalda fraaa Ha eharaelar as aa adiaitlala, BMataas Sw
tk. iMdlciM. (h. taMlMoar la fare af whiea. la the tara mt 1
IMlan frees ell parts af Iks eeentrr, sur ka rattad aaasv
tr"Veaiha'e Vecstahle IJtkaaMpda atlatssa,4asj I
Oraat Aawrleaa Raswdr. s IW sata h as kstuas al t ,
saak, waall kaulsa alls ahiaaak. Ma asiaU kMlka wH htj
kul aflat Ihapiamtalart la dlapaMdW. '
rrbhdaal Offloa, laf aht, M . V D Mala tlnst,
O. 0. VAUOHR.
li. B -All Wtusa (aespwas Iraal aaaats aad saalass wish j
ratbaaivaasalkass. . . . i
got aaia at Asliland Ohio, ky. .. : m. '-i
Yji B. r. WHITNEY. ,
The Jlaldund Co, Mutual Firt Jmuranct
CONTINUE to issna Policies an the snost fitvot i
able terms, oo tha safer kinds of property
against Loss ok Damage bv Fib... '
Hates of Insurant e sa low a. any soma Insti
tution. Insurance take- effect Ihe day th appli
cation ia model surplus funds divided amoof th 1
members risks limited to Three Thousand Dol
lars. LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. '
Property situated o f arms I insured at rata
as low aa it can possihly ho afforded. All com
munications for Ilia Co. must ba paee-peid. Aa
tivo agauU wanted ia ovary e. srnls tha Stala
p. K1H8KB, Prutdnl.
m: I.. 1- SPRKKOIB.
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Nov. 19,'tfeM. tf