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pTi Viiioa ia pabliaked. ery Wednesday
Waraing ia the Uwi af AskTa'ad, Aehlaad ean
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0Sc aa M aia 8r.', aser-H. McMabaa'e 8tor.
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, TERIIS OF IVBSCBIPTIOK. .
t Taa Uaioa, .will ia furnished: to nubecribers
at-tha rata of TWO ' DOLLARS par annum,
it payment W made belnra the- azpiratioa ol
Ul yaauu ,wq Plxabb abb Firrr Certs,
- aU tasaekihj jkt) char tad, it psyment ba da---.fatTad
tiil aAaaftha upiratioa of theyear.
. v.-A thWerm . f)K'n full, aod give) antica of
.uniniiHet aataa, rronsner, as-ine cioaa 01
. ' uaaonoac lor, win uwcoasiuerea an
', agagdaaoat fas taV'aart yejs7a4 ao oa year
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Three) ibortasolaeaa-aaa year.
"Oaa tair oaa. year
titriaf juaj pare based, a enpeib new' press,
lavse) ad dad large lot af new lpe to oar already
asteaaise assaruneat of Job materials, wo ara
. . sow ara pared to execute;' is a atylo tbat caaaot
ba esjrasstassi. by say office ia .thia aecUoai of
Beiads, . - , Labels, . Cireoiara,
'Cassia, DraTta, ' Reeeipts, Kates,
raatora, illa, - Chacka, Maalfests
isake. Bill Heads, Tickaia, Deeda, .
. ' PAMPHLETS, PRtX3RAM3iE8, POSTEIB,
ad, ia abort, every deacrtptiea of Plain aaa
-at aaa ia the fioaat atyla of the. art, iad aaaaot
aVil to giro aatiataetioa. All ordera praatptly
attaadad to. "
-f . ALI. kinds or
: fiUni: Deeds and Justices Blanks,
bopt caaataatly aa haad aod'for aale at thia of
.So. - Oar Bjaaka aro aaatly printed and on the
boat aality'of paper, a ad giro general aatiafac
fioa, lwith.fboaa.wbo be aaed them. Ordera
raiaaetfally aojiciiad. -
- " AIHUIIB 1HAHKET. -'
Arawaa, afar 7, 1854.
T7niT $1,73 a 130
Paowaa par barrel 9,00
Oixa 88 a 31
Conn .....3? a 40
Bcttkb freahin roll .Kia
Eaaa.. ...... Be
funni. .......... ..... . . . ............. ....40c
Amunna, June 7,
Wool Market not fat epeaed. EaaUrn buyera
aaTa not yt made their appearance. Jterchanta
will bay at Ue following price.
Coaaioa 89 a S3
i Bloodbb V. S3 a 87
t do - i 30aJ3
do .....33 a 35
Full Bloodcb.. 3Tic
Bxtba Sxoar. 0c
eBay- ,jt no E ' I UlT n bV
CLavaiaaa, Junes. '
Market more act ire and mora doing, wild con
siderable many buyers. -
Grade XX 53c
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n , JDEMOCBATIC PEfflAaY ; ELECTION.
Tb DomOerata of Ashland Coaaty ara re
qaaated to meat at their aaaal place of holding
.' atoetioaa ia each township "
. ' On Saturday, Jzdy st, 1854.
Tboo aod there to organize a Board of. two
;-, .Jedgea.and one Clerk, who will receive and
, opaa a Pall Book in which the name of the
-j ; -jeter. shall ba kepi aa well as the aoiea of the
. difTareat caadidatea running for office. The
i .. Committee aroanaaimona and determined that
. aeaa ether than Deniocrate shall be (erm.tt-d
-e rote, aad that 'ao Pull Book wiil be received
- from any towoship which contains mure names
tbaa the whole aumber of Democratic, votes
. polled ia the township at the laat Presidential
'""'or Gabernatorial election. Each Poll Book
'-" mast'eoatain the names of the Vetera voting at
the aaoatiag. None others can bo received.
Kvery good Democrat will perceive the neces---'
arryvot thia if it woeld serve ao other purpose
than to preserve tbe organization of the Demo
cratic' party , which is paramount to thepromo
" tioa of aay set ofmen. -T-
"The Jodea and Clerks shall appoint one ol
their aomber to return the Poll Bok, which
aetoni JOdgea Bad the Centra Committee will
"aoaatrtate the Boave) of Caavaaaera o bo held
- - era MWDAT. JULY S, 1854, at 12 o'clock,"
- at tbe Coart Host ia As'Jand. and the candi
C?datss aaviag the highest aamber , of vote for
oaeh oSeaahall ba declared the choice of the
Sbmocratie party-; and shoo'd aay two or more
--asdjdae receive aa equal a amber of Votes
,lor the eameo4Bce.it shall bo the' duty of the
Board of Caavaaaera to decide which shall be
..: Bemioee. A majority of the Board shall be
(Zdeetned aaffieieat to determine.
ft-Jbe Caadidatea to be voted for ara: 1 Pro--.-bate
Jedgei 1 Clark of the Coart; 1 Sheriff; 1
ProBBtatiae; AUoraey ; 1 Aaditor ; 1 Treaaorer,
.ICommteaiooort t'laSrmary Director.' .
s ", A tbe same time and place the Democracy
- of each Township are roqaeated to choose
..Delegates to represent them at tbe Congrees-
rissil Coavaatiea, the time aad place of which
will hereafte- be glvea. Tbe Commiue believe
ha aoaaty will ba ealilled to the same number
avt at too laat Coagreeeiooal Coavoatioa which
raa.t4, aad apportioaed as follows:
.Basovor, X Delegates; Lake, 1 j Greea. 2;
Meaeeaa, 9; Termillioa, t ; MifBia, 1 ; Mil-
aasa,. I.i Moatgomery, 4 ; Perry, 3 ; Orange, J ;
J erteoa,! Salbvaa, 1 j Troy, 1? Ragglee, 1;
Cleercreefc, 1, '
" The PoUo to bo opeaad ia each Township at
?8 et; act, A. aad closed at 7 o'clock, P.
J. P. COWEN,
h. bucc, ' .
WU. 8. STRlCKt VJfD,
:'. V JAMES ALBERSO.V,
Democratic Ceotrai Committee.
- Piiusnreii, Jens S,
WOOL Tbe market continues doll, and prices
aredrooolnf. -Tbe demand has been limited. and
only 40 a 5u,000 lbs sold at 21 up' to 34 cents pec lb ,
CnVc,las, for un weaned and extra tine.
Tcasa&T, June .
" Kiour Market dull and we hear of ao sales
Wheat.. Sales In ana lot of 4000b a red and 1000
ba whits, stooed at Akron ai gi; aoooba aortbem.
mizsd at gfe aooo ba southern mixed at f 1.05, afloat
and two car looda mixed Mediterranean at 9 1,93.
Oats Mas Saturday afternoon of 3000 ba at 45c;
Butter Rosalee; held at I8al4c for prima
Bgrs Sales or lOobla at 9c ' '
Lard Held at Sic.
. HEW TOBK DIARKET.
Be w York. June 3,
Flour less active and prices of common descrip
tion vavors buyera. Tbe demand for common quo
tations are only asking for sufficient to supply
Breseat wante.Se1es 3500 $9 a 9,25 for Inferior state.
9,31 a 9 50 for choice do.. $9.50 a 9.87 for mixed
to faacy Michigan and common to good Ohio-
Canadian less active and narket scarcely ao firm.
Sales I2O0 bbls at $9.50 a 9.73 duty paid.
Wheat Market quiet with a better of common
grades. For these the market is heavy. Salea 1100
bn prime white Genesee at 5,50. '
Bye in good demand at full prices. Sales 900 ba
1J85, part to arrive.
Barley continues dull. . Sales 3000 ba.
Cora Supply better end demand moderate, aod
market easier. Salea 48.000 bu at 74 a 77c for un
aouad, 78 a 80c for sound western mixed or 1833.
and 81 a t3b for do. of 1852, cloaing heavier and
Oats more plenty and market unsettled with
with moderate sales ranging at eftaTO.
Whiskey lower with salea of 300 bbla at 28a38ic
for Jersey, Ohio and Prison.
Pork firmer and we notice but little disposition
to operate at improved pricea- Moderate sales
making at 13.50an3 for mess. 12:23 for prime.
Oemaud for Reef food at 9,75a 12,50 for country
mess, C8,5ua8,75 for country and city prime
Prime mess firm with a fair demand at g-23,26 .
Lard in good supply and market favora buyers.
Sales at 9i9c. Latter an outside price.
Butter Moderate business doing' at 15al7c for
Ohio and 17a21c for State.
Cheese plenty and dull at 6a91c
A ATonderfiil Discovery has recently been made
by Dr. Curtis, of this city, in tbe treatment of con
sumption, asthma, and all diseasea of the lungs.
We refer to Dr. Curtis's Hygean or. Inhaliug Hy
gean Vapor and cherry syrup." Within this new
method the Dr. baa restored many afflicted onea to
pence health ; 2s an evidence vf whicb he bas
innumerable certificates. Speaking of tbe treat
ment a physician remarks: It is evident that ia
haling constantly brsathiug an agreeable, healiug
vapor, tbe medicinal propreties must coiue in di
rect contract with the whole of the atrial -cavity
of tbe lungs, and thua escape the many and varied
changes produced upon them when Introduced in
to the stomach, and subject to the process ot di
gestion. The H, (etna is fir sale at all lha drug-.
(isU throughout the country -vV Y. Dutctmmn.
See advertisement, or Medicated Inhalation in
another column of this paper. . Jy3
BufTftlOi, Wow Yorlt.
Importers, ITIauufactnrera, ijout
mieaion Klercbanfa, and Destlara in
XVCBT VABIETT OF
English, German, French and American
THIS House having the largest and most va
rious itock in the United States, are fur
nishing Hardware Merchants, Contractors,
Tinners ate, with everything they want on as
good or betttt terms, than they can bay in New
Yort, Boston, or elsewhere. They invite in
vestigation. JAMES M. ALLEN,
Frederick town, Ohio,
6mo-n2 Traveling Agent.
Curled Hair Mattresses and BeddiDg.
PATENTED IS THE
UNITED STATES, ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
OUR Mattreaaea and curled hair having taken
Diplomas and Medals by competition ia tbe
principal States in the Union and also having been
awarded tbe Prize Medal at tbe World's Fair in
London aa ths very be-t article manufactured, are
confidently offered to tbe community aa a great
deaideratim for pure sweet sleep.
The p isc ess by which our hair is manufactured
eatirely precludes tbe possibility of moth or other
insect annoyances engendering therein aa proved
by the severest tests ol aualization and by testimo
nials from tbe first chemists of the age, from which
we extract as follows :
"Experiment haa demonstrated that the puriylng
agent made use of in manufacturing your patent
curled hair is especially destructive of animal
life, that it baa the (acuity of bleaching and clean
ing the fibre, and tbat it ia the most powerful dis
infecliug body at present known to science.
H. LETHKBY, M. D.
Professor of Chemistry and Toicology in the
Medical College of the London Hospital.
Hayesville Marble Shop,
Mcknight & king,
Manufacturers of. Monuments, Tomb
Stones, Tables, &c, of Italian and
'PHANKFUL for pasi favors, would
J resper.tlully inform the citizens of Ash
land and the adjoining counties, that they con
tinue theabove buaineaa in ail its varioua
branches; ai d having no Agents, they can and
will sell Grave Stones from 10 to 15 per cent-
cheaper than Shopscan that employ Agenta.
It ia evident that per-sons buying of Agenta
must pay the expenses af that Agency. . Shop
en Main street, one door east of the Penn
sylvania Houae. : . - 13tl
I cheerfully state that tbe article submitted to
your process must be pure aod aweet and will be
found or great value and from proor exhibited to
me 1 am contideut tbat the orr.ceas emnlr.v.ri v.
ceedall other methoda of preparation.
w. BHAt'H. M: D.,
We also keep conslautlv on bends roll ennniv
Of Pillows and Hol.ters. uuder Ma.ttra.aaea aind
Beddineof all detciiuiion and a laiee aiutorimeut
of Wall Paper and Window Shades, unh.il.tr.
goods, curtains, lounges, die. dec.
orders respectfully solicited and promptly at
WISDOM dc Co.
42 Pultea Block Bank at.
Juue 4, 1P54. n21f
; v. -
r Ow shatter toill be charged r.mdid ate for
anaemic tag raer aaait. except v Aer thru are
"Btof tmbecribert ftke'. taio," token thef rill
imwariablf be' charged three dollar. Pat-
1 in mil cmtt in advance.
. ASnSO UH CZ&EKT3
J. ssiiiis: Please annouBce. tbe name of
Jena Sanaa, of Orange Tp aa a candidate for (he
emcoef county Treasurer, subject to tbe decision
or the Democracy at their Primary Meetings, and
oblige bia eameraus ... Duw-utic Faieaas.
Mr. Snsis&v: Please announce the narie of
JDr. l 'to Dnt,a. oT ttoaui'imerf Tp., an a candidate
(for the office of crurrty Treasurer, subject to the
.decision of the Democracy at their Pi unary .Mtet
dngs, and oblige , Maar DexocaATiG PciaaDs.
Mr. KaiToa : Please ' anaounce the. aauie or
Hum Maaoiax-of Montgomery Tp., e u candi-.
date ror infirmary Director, subject to the will of
the .Democracy at their Primary Mestiags. aid
obligo : . i,. Maar Dsaora.Ta.
IV. ataaasaaa: Please -aaa ounce the name of
A- L. CtlTia of M'jotgemery Vp., as a candidate
for rsentcttou to-the office or Probate Judge, in
aad fortbe county of A.hland, and obli'e
,.. . Hfs DxaocaaTic Fkicsds.
Eoitob Vxio: Alcx.vdeb Pobteb of
jMoatgemery Township, wiil ba ,a.cindidato for
a-aloetioa to the atfice of Prosecuting Attor
ay, eajeet to tbo deciaioii o" the Democracy
Ol Ashland eopaty at their Primary. Meetings'.
XT'0,?8; r. . Majit DiaoctAn..
Ms- Bditob s-a-Pieasa announce the name ot
i$i.AOiT, of Montgomery T-iwnship, ae a
adidato for ro-electiia to the office of Au
ditor of Ashland coaaty , subject t the decie
joa of the Democracy at their Primary Meet
ags, aad oU ige Mjt DtsocuTi. -
pied at bia rasideece Bear Jeromerille, May'
S0tb, of laBaa ttioa of ths stomach aad b iwels,
Micmau Hsucrabx, Sea., aged about 61 jeara.
A BOOT - the 3th of A pi 11 laat,
sCV a large red Cow, with white
from a drove or cows Bear Ash
land. Any person giving iororm
a'.ioa concerning her will be
libewUly rewarded. Address, W. H. Sea to a, Olives
berg. Biehland Co. ' ..
Mar gatb.'UM, Swl
ILy-iaa Germans have produced senie of the most
excellent remedies for various dieaes. Also
which mav be specified " Dr. Hoofland's celebra
ted bitters." for sale by C. M. Jackson and used
with remarkable success in Liver - Complaint,
Jaandite, Dyspepsia, Debility, and a general de
isagemeBt of the stomach. The Sunday Dispatch
says of .his mediciae :
We feel convinced, that la the use of tbe Cer
maa Bitters the patient does not become debilita
ted, bat constantly gains strength and vigor to
the frame a fact worthy of great consideration.
The Hitters ore pleasant in tasie and in smell, and
can be administered aader any circumstances, to
tbe most delicate stomach. Indeed they can be
ased by all persona with the most perfect safety.
It would be well lor those who are much affected
In the acrvous system, to commence with oaa lea
spoonful or leas, aad gradually in reave. We
speak from experience, sad are, of course, a
proper judge. Tbe press fax and wide. have united
in recommending the German Bitters, ond to the
anUcled we most cordially advise their uss." '
May 24,1854. - . Swl
V ot ice. Caleb Plumraer ai:d Kcberca Plum--1.
mer, John V . Cook, Anna Cool;, Ja.ues Caok .
Lydia Cook. Levi Krbler, and Jane Kthiei and
blizabeth t:mtock. facirK at law and leeal retire.
a. nlalivea ol Jelin Pillei,ger, deceased, are here
by notified tl.at on tbe Mlii day of May, A. D. 1R.4,
james loniiintk as Admiuisti ator ol Juhn Pit
tenge'r, filed in the Proba e court ol Asblaud conn,
ty, his petition and the saim-is now pending, the
object and prayer ol which is to obtain an oiderof
said court to complete a certain contract iu wri
tin. enterediiitu between said decedent and Daniel
rittenger ou the S5ih day of September. 18to. by
Ibe terms of which .aid decedent sold tn id l...
iel the fullowln: preniiws situate in-said county
to wit: Part of the south-m eat quarter of section
14. townahip 12. ranee I.,: couiiiieiicimr mt ih.
section line wet of Ibe quarter post, between sec.
tiou 14 and 8c, 10 chains. 50 links; thence north
3 chains "5 links, theme wct 4 chains, thence
north Hide;., uuitta H6 chains. '.0 links to tbe
quarter line, ll.ence west on said line to the north
wext corner or said quarter, es chains. 10 links,
thence south on the se ction line 15 chains, thence
north 87 dee- , ea-t 10 cnaius, theuce south 17 deg ,
eaat 5 chains. 75 links, thence siulh an ,lf-- . . .i
3 cr-a u 75 linkn. thence south 1 deg , west 13
chains, 15 links. Iheuce south 87 dee.. vet 9
chains. PI) links.- thence sculb 9 deg.. north 4
chains. (10 links o the ecliou line, thenre I-,
on said line B5 chains ;-0 links to 1 be place of be
ginning; containing 74 SS-khi acres, which raid
c nlrsct was aflemarda tr uferrcd to one Jacob
Hi andt. since d-erased, f-'aid petition asks an or
der to execute in behalf uf the heirs of said John
.Pittengcr s deed r.ir said premises to the heirs of
-sstd Jacob llrandt. J. W. SMITH
, iMsy Ailhi 134. 3wg Sol.'for Pe'lr
j Trolavte Sot.cc.Ttit following Executors,
i L Administrators and Guardians having filed
their accouuts f r settlement iu the Pr.. hate court
or Ashland county, .Ohio. tn same are ordered to
he published in the Ashland Union fur three weeks,
and.will be for hearing at the July term of court,
1854, .viz: . .
The final accouui of Francis Andrews Admr. or
Jacub Beam, deceased.
" " James Doty, Administrator or
A.idrew Kegg, deceased.
. " .- .John Garst Administrator of
John w. Ward, deceased.
" " David P. Young Administrator
. of John Wetx, deceased.
Joseph B. Worley Administrator
of George Worley, deceased.
, ' W-iliiam Lash Administrator or
flenry Miller, deceai-ed-
" John Buma Administrator of
George North, deceased.
" " Johu Yule and L Plank Kxec
ntora or Jauett Strouack. dee'd.
" ". Brack ler and J. Mioultz Kx
acutors of Christopher Brackler,
Partial " A Fiuley, Administrator of
Harmau Helman, deceased.
Pinal '. Joseph Heltmaa Guardian or Bet
Christian Kramer Guardian or
John and Almond Morris.
- Jaeob Miller Guardian or Simon
June 7. '54. A. L. CURTIS, Probate Judge. '
TEr Sfpkilie, Screfulm euti IHteaeei BUtJ. For
these Uriffic diseases. Carter's Spanish Mixture
lathe only specific
Tbe proprietors have la their possession over
one hundred certificous or tbe most extraordinary
cures effected by it.
We refer to the certificate of Richard Adams,
late High SncT ffof Richmond, Va., Edwin Burton,
Commissioner or tbe Revenue for Richmond; Gen
Welch or the Mammoth Circus; Dr. Hendly. of
Washington City ; Mr. Wm. A. Matthews, and D.
B. Luck, Esq., or Richmond,: Va.: Mr." F. Bby
den. Exchange Hotel, Va.; and a host of others
who have seen cases of the worst description cured
by Carter's Spanish Mixture. They all certify that
it is the greatest purifier of the blood known. '
May 94, '54. w I
. L. Jd-
Rtad tie fellewiwg Letter in tater Dr. A.
Dr. A.L. Adams Dear Sir: I nave been much
af your invaluable Liver Balsam, from which I
have found great relief, and in my opinion it far
surpasses any Medicine which bas ever been in
troduced. . want you to send me more as soon aa
Tours Respestfully, '
Pike, Bradford Co., Pa. LOOMIS WKLLS.
HAVE A HAT, SIR?
NOW ARRIVING AT THE
ASHLAND HAT STORE !
i N immense assortment of new
'7jL and Faahioflalrlo'
II ATS AND CAPS!
for the euramer aeasoa, Of foreign
and domestic manufacture, cou-ai'st-ing
of a large variety ol
from $2 to $5 ; Kossuth Hats from 60 tie. to
2,60; Maeyar Hats, from $1 to f3: Otter
Hats, from t2 lo $3,60; a large assortment of
considered the most tasty, comfortable and dur
able sum me Hatr now in use, from $2 to 3,
60;Leghorn, from 73 to $1,25; .Bearer Hata
from $3,50 to $5. Alao a complete assortment
CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
Also, an endless variety of Men's and Boy's
SUMMER HATS !
and all kinda of Children's Hats. It would bo
useless to attempt to enumerate the entire
stock ,as it ia admitted on all hands to be- the
largest and best selected stock ol hats, ever
brought to Ashland County. The subscriber
respectfully requests the public to call and
examine his stock, whether they buy or not.
The subscriber wiil pay cash lor any quanti
ty of Slieep Pelts, delivered at his Store, op
posite the Frnnlin House, and one door East
of the Post Office, Ashland. Ohio.
Ashland, April 19th, 1854. n4Mf
McMahan Six Ahead!
Ty QBERT McMAHAN announces to the
Lj people ol Ashland County, and the rest
oi mankind," tbat be ia now receiving just a
'lettle the .biggest' stock of Si'RlNG AND
SUMMER GOODS direct from the eastern mar-.
kets,.that haa or will be brotght to thia county
Hia stock of Dry Goods consists of BroadClotlis,
Summer Goods, Ginghams, Delaines, Sheet,
mgs.'an unsurpassed aaaortment of
to- which- he invites - the apeoial attention of
tne jaaies-generally, an inaxhaoetable assort
ment of Prints, and almoit every other article;
in. thia department, usually used in thia mar
ket. STRAW GOODS. .
In thia vepartmenVhe cballengea competition
as bis aaaortment ol ilonnetsand Palm and Leg
horn Hata,'' ia complete.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
Ha will continue the Ready-Mad a Clothing
buaineaa as usual, and will be at all times
prepared to aupply the wants ol the community
in. thia respect, and at pricea that will muke
the Jewish Fraternity stand sghast
BOOTS AND SHOES.
"Co ne unto me all ye enda of the earth," and
be ye no longer bootless or shoeless, as he is
now supplied with an assortment of Boots and
Shoes, tbat completely eclipses any ot those of
his up-towa neighbors, and will sell them at
prices ao low aa to silence the clamoringa of
the most miserly aoul on terra firms.
Also aay quantity of GROCERIES AND
HARDWARE, and an enjilesa. assplment of
other articiea, which it would make any :per
'sene eves sore to read. "'
I. JFrienjtf Customer; ar4 Countrymen, lend
eae your ear." rre can supply the natiess, tnc
costless, the bootless and; shoeless, and every
hungry, starving soul within, hia reach, with
the luxuries oiliie, at prices that no honcit
man caocomplaia.or. - Kemember hia store s.
at bis old stand. Main St., Ashland, where the
people can get good bargains and find the latch
string always out.
COUNTRY PRODUCE ,
taken in exchange for . Goods, and CASH
Ashland, April 5, 1.854. 46tf
MICHAEL MILLER presents hia regards
to hia friends and the public generally,
id respectlully announces that he has opened
a Public House for the accommodation of tun
traveling public, d.irectly - opposite the Somp
scll Houde, Main Street, Aahlad, where lie
wilt be glad to accommodate all who may favor
h m with a cail. ' His table will always be sup
plied with the luxuries of the season His
pirlors and sleeping apartments are large and
commodious. Good stabling for horses will also
be provided, and afaithlul Hustler always in
Boarding for private families or single per
sons csn be had at reasonable rates.
nKERY AND RESTAURANT.
In connection with the Hotel , he will also
continue f keop open his BAKERY AND RES
T.VRANT, where he will at all times keep on
Confectionaries, Pies, Bread. Cakes,
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, in short
"very luxury t be found o. the tables of first
class enting houses.
03r He wishe it distinctly understood, that no
IXTUMFATIKU ;L!4I!0H!I .
w-.ll he kpt, fittipr -rn. ta Uutel'-r Saloon.
Ashlnnd. March 8th, 1S54. J n42 tfV -
Hew Cabinet JWaferoom
'HE subscriber respectfully' announces
in the town of Orange, Ashland county, Ohio,, i
inhere be is prepared to manufacture a. 1 kinu
ol Cab. net Ware, such as
SOFAS. DIVANS. WASH STANDS,
JJininsr 't ables. Centre Tables!
to order, ou the shortest uotice and most rea
sonable 'terms. Particular attention given to
Country Pioduce taken in eichaugeior work,
and Caab always acceptable.-!
Orange, April 6, 1854. 46t
IX. SOS c3 CO.'J9
Patent Ground Saws!
TUB Subscribers manufacturer aTrom thohest Cast
Steel, Circular haws, from two inches to
eixhty incbea iu diameter. Their Saws are harden
ed and tempered, aod are.. finished b machinery
designed expressly for the purpose ; and therefore
much superior to those erouo in the usual manner,
as tbey are trengtbeued and stiffened b increasing
them in tbicknesss regularly from the cutting edge
tbe enter, consequently do not become healed or
buckled, and produce a great savior, in timber.
They also manufacture Cast Steel Mill. Pit end
Cress Car Saw, and Billet Wb. of superior quali-
Gaardiam' Sale of Heatl EaUste.
IN pursuance of an order of the Probate
Court of Ashland county, made at the Ji ne
term thereof, we will offer for aala at Public
Vendue oa the premises, on the 4th davol'Julv
. .i i:-.:,-., . - . . ' tvrsss i;r nam. as jtttiet rr. Ol eunertor ouall-
c,.,:u.,,,OM na i, part oi too louowing t. -n of which tller hv. for a.,.. or
be obtained or the principal Hardware merchants
throughout ths United States and Canada.
K. HOK & CO :
29 and 31 Gold-street, New York.
Tlj-"Publishers ol Newspapers who will insert
this advertisement three times, with, this note,
and forward ua a. paper containing the aame, will
be paid in printing materials by purchasing four
times the amount of their bill for tbe advertise,
liay 17th, 1854. 3w53
premises situate :n snid county, to wit: Part ol
the north east quarter of section 4,townsh p 2,
range in, Donnaeu as loilows, to wit: begin
ning at a stake in the north boundary line of
said quarter, thence south to a ataka in the
south boundary line thereof, thence weat along,
aaid line one hundred rods to the south west
earner of said quarter, thence along the west
boundary line thereof to the north west corner
of aaid quarter, thence east on the north boun
dary line 103 rods, 16 links to the place of be
ginning, containing 100 acres and 150 rods more
Also a small tnct situate in the eouth east
quarter of section 33, township 2 3, range 16,
c ommencing at a stone in the south boundary
line of said quarter ihencc north to the mad
leaving the spring west of said line, thence
eastwa'dly along snd road until it intersests tbe
Elivsr HACIifcRkK respectlnliy announ
ces to his frienda and lovers ol good living
generally, that he haa made a complete reno-
LOOK OUT FOB TBS AVALANCH
NEW SPRUNG GOODS n
SKILLING & BURNS
HAVE the-pleasure of informing the public
in general,, that they have just received
from New-York their Spring aud Summer
Slocktof Goodsr which they offer to sell at
very law pricea. To be convinced of this fact
the public will only have to coif end examine
their large aad varied Slock of
Ready-Made Clothing, Cloth, Cassi meres. Vett
inejs, Summer SMitfs, Leghorn and Pant
TOT Mm KIEi
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS
' aarToTRE Ladies We invite particular
aitei tioo , to our Stock : of DRESS GOODS,
which is oho ol the most desirable ever oflered
in Athl uid " And to the comfnuiiityin general
we say, that we will not be undersold by any
fi m in" this or adjoining Counties ; lor we are
determined, by close attention to business, to
see how Ipw w.c can sell Goods and make a liv
ing. - In short, our Sloc is very complete land
no pains,' on ou part; wrlf be spared to make
our Store the seat ol general attraction t iro-J
out the season, by constant supplies of such
Goods as the country requires, and'at prices
that will be certain to give satisfaction.
1. D KKILLING,
... . II. BURNS. -
: Ashland, May 24th, 1S54. ' . 3ml
in great variety
To Western Merchants.
rjiHE wijbwr.ber would call thC atttentioii of deal
1 er generally to tbe extensive aTrangements they
have iMlt-frr the Iinportation aad sale of British,
French, and German Dry Goods. i
Kaviagva buyer, permauently located iii Eu
rope, whpeeutire attention will be given to the
selectiinI Goods for our Bale, we shall be in re
cipt of new. -and desirable. Dress Goods by each
steaJMer'ur -stock of
' hite i .-.itlfr- H sierj-, Shawls Sc Nutio.is,
will be feUnd' complete. Also, a large variety
tit blackav'ainfJ- ctjlfkred- Kilka: Ssmliutc.f.tftlhfl
Tassfinefe's ad VeHiingft, Linens, irillins( Jtc.,
. anva-Tatlor1 TrinrniaingHeuerally.
Alwavs -on hand all leadinir stvitss. of Domes-
tic GtoilsJ bleached ad'brown ' ;
with a"chdi'c assortment or Merrimack and Co
checc Prints. Lancaster Giiurfeama. &c.. Ac'. '
The Clothing Department (under the firm of L.
H TtxcrA Co.,i will embrace a great variety of
wrti Made Garments, such as canuot fail to give
, icon . - .
we'invite the attention of cash and short time
IT? We have also secured the services of w,
h fiTRONG, (late of Mansfield, Ohio,) who will
take great pleasure in showing you through our
stock ; wbwa yeu visit' this market, please favor
mm wun a can.
ta - x. O. WILRON &- CO.,
No. IS CoDKTLaVND ST.. AMD 11 All 13 DcT ST.. K
January S5, 1B5. ly. -
Jacob Shoemaker, ;
Guardian, for and on be
half ol Snsan Shoema
ker, Matthias Shoema
ker, and others. '
Amanda Browa, Elijah
Brown, Christian Krebs,
Elizabeth Krebs, and
I7LIJAH BROWN, Amanda Brown, Chris
1i tian Kreps and Elisabeth Krebs. Barbara
Ann Ball, Nelson Ball, Jesse Fast, Mary Ana
Fast, Eli Krebs, Eliza Krebs, Henrietta Krebs,
will take notice, that a Petition was filed against
them on the fifteenth day ol May, A. D , 1S54,
in the Court of Common Pleas, of Ashland coun
ty, Ohio, by Jacob Shoemaker, Guardian for and
on behalf of Susan Shoemaker, Matthias Shoe
maker, Amanda Jane Shoemaker, Mary Eliza
beth Shoemaker, aod is now pending, wherein
the said Jacob Shoemaker as such Guardian, de
mands Partition ol the following Real Estate,
to wit: Twenty-two acres of land on the south
west quarter of section four in township twenty-three,
of Range sixteen, aod bounded as fol
lows, to wit; on the north line by the lands
of William Usnghman on the east by the boun
pary line of said quarter, on the south by land
owned by Matthiaa Krebs, in his life time,
and on the west by the boundary line ol said
quarter section. Also fifty acres of land on the
south side of the South wont quarter ol section
number four, township twenty-three, Range
-sixteen. Also a lot or parcel of land situ
ate in Troy township, being in tract number
two of the nineteenth Raoge of townships, in
the Connecticut Western Reserve, and is
knqwn as the n. rih part of lot number filty of
uurand's survey ol said tract, and bounded ss
follows ; east, weat and north by the lines of
saiu tot, ana south by a I ne paralal I to said north
line, and so fur distant therefrom as to give fie
quantity of sizty-siz acres, and eizhtv-five rods.
Also a tract of land lying in the township of
ouiuvan, in saia Asmana county, and boing
thirty-one acres, and twenty-six "one hun
dredths of an acre, in the south-west partol lot
number ninety-eight according to the aurvey
of said township, bounded south and west by
the lines of said lot. or survey, north by land
conveyed to George RicJfcet, and east by land
conveyed to Xaver Zashnley, saving and re
serving the. highways, all the above mentioned
land, situate and beingln-the County of Ash
land and Stale oTOhio. And that atthe next
teraot the said Co-nrt application will be made
by the said Jacob Shoemaker, aa Guardian as
aforesaid, for an order that partition may be
made of said prem ses.
FULTON & McCOMBS,
. May 17, 54. 6w62 Plff.' Att'y.
PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
Margaret Brant, frtHE said John Brant is
vs. X hereby notified, that
John Brant. ) Margare' Brant on the four
teenth dayol- April A. D., 1854, filed her Peti
tion in the Couil of Common Pleas, setting
forth among othei things, that she was married
to said John Bram, on the 27lh day of Februa
ry A. D., 1845, and that she is a resident of Ash
land l't-ulity, and has been for about seventeen
years now last past. And also setting forth
that in about two years after their marriage,
the said John Brant became an habitual drunk
ard, and that since lint time he has wholly
neglected and refused to provide for his said
family. The Bill further charges that about
the mouth of March, 1S51 , the said Defendant
left his house and home, and has never re
turned, and has been willfully absent lor more
than three years, and that PlaiotifThas no knowl
edge of his whereabouts ; and the Bill further
charpes that the Defendant has been guilty of
Adultery, various times, and with ditlerent per
sons, named and mentioned in said Bill. -.The
ohject and prayer of said Bill is that the
marriage contract existing between said par
ties may be dissolved, set asid?, and held for
naught; and that tbe Plaintiff maybe restored
to all her rights, and privileges, which she had
prior to her marriage ; and asso to her maiden
name. The said John Brant is therefore noti
fied that unless he appear, and plead, answer
or demur to said Petition on or before the first
day of the next term of the Court of Common
Pleas of said coontv, that 'at the same term of
said Court the said Bill will be taken as true,
and the matters, and things therein act fortn as
confirmed, and a decree asked thereon accord
ingly. FULTON & McCOMBS, PiiPs Atty's.
April 22, 1851. 6w49
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE JEWS !
SO.OOt) Afdjority and all the Counties
trot heard Jrom. Jor tne
, A MOB IKWIS wishes it destinctlv
luderrtocd that lie has not mm ih.
.lverv buesiness, and that be has iust mad. onii.
an edition to bis htable in the the articiea or.Uu.
Sirs aud S: 10 horses. .
His Ktable is now kept Immediately back or
theSampsel House, t'uxtumer call always find
some person to attrnd to them eitner at the Si.
ble or the Kamrtsel House. PHMtiwr, r.. fn,,.
As hlauj in any direction, at moderate rates.
Farm for Sale.
rij-, 'I'HE subscriber olturs his F.trm
uKVfte ' - f"rale, situated in Orange Tp.,
lssiS. Ashland county, Ohu, loui miles
V-LftX north of Ashland. There are 160
... acres of land. 130 of which is im
proved and in eood state of cultivation, and the
residue well timbered. Substantial buiidioizs
good Orchard, aud fine runing water.
March 29th, 1854. 3 45
sooth boundary line ol said quarler. t hence 1 vationin his establishment, one door west of
west along said line to the place of beginning, ! the McNulty- House, Ashland, Ohio, and will
containing 4 acres and 39 perches more or 1 keep constantly on banJ during the ensuing
less. ! summer every luxury usually found in this
Terms of Sale one thirJ cash in hand one ' market.
third in one year and the b.tlance in two I N. B. Know all men. that no intoxicating
years Iron sale. H :ck payroei ts secured by
mortgage ou tne premise
!. Al R'iN.
Guardians of Kl nvra inl mm Janw Mason.
J. W. Smith Sol. for Pa 'rs.
June 7, 1854. 4w2 .
liquorwill be keit in my establishment.
Ashland, March Sth, lo4. n42 tf.
A NEW AND IMPORTANT
ROUTE TO TRAVELLERS'
I com m e n c ed
running a EX
Asiii..nti t Lotidonville leaving Ashland
evcy Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 8 o'
clock, A. M.ttud Arriving at Loudonville at 2 P.
M , connecting with the 3 o'clock P. M. train
fur Pittsburgh and the 4 o'clock P M train for
Cre-time same days. Leaving Loudonville
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday on
the arrival ol Eastern train at Iff A. M., and
arrives at Ashland at 3 P. M-, thereby enab
ling passengers to eo either East or Weston
num- ; the C irs same day. or those com in fr on morning
Nathaniel Haskel, ) In Ashland
Ro'tert Wnson. et ai. ) . Common Pleas.
IJUKMjA-v T to the comtniiid ot an exer.u-!
lion tin y issued from the Court of Coin- :
ni'in Pleas in th" above case to me directed, J
will expose f public sie ut the door ol the '
Court lia ise in said county, on
Moiulay, July 10th, A. D. 1831, j
between th-? hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and
4o'c ock, P. M , of said day, the following :
described real estate, situate hi said Ashland ,
county and Stt- ol Ohio, to wit: Block
oer ivo, connimng lots n umber nine, ten snd j train either from East or West can get to Ash
eleven, in Wales addition to the town of f.mi. I l.nft withnm H.lnu ur,A M.;on. .i-l, ,n
donville and generally known as the Loiuion- vist the south part of the county, can have an
Appraised at one tin, -. opportunity to transact their business and re
Title Academy Lots.
sand and twenty-five dol nrs. Terms of Sale
" J. D. JONES, Sheriff.
2tJ"e 7. '54.-n2tf. pflji-2 75
ALAKROir WALiCR aanonnces to tbe public
that' fee Is aow prepared to make coffins oa
taa ehorteet aotica, at prices snack less- thaa taer
are made at aay other shop ia Aahlaaa. He can ba
faaadat-Xjicabaaat'a old fkop.'M sU, Ashland.
HOBCAH HPUSE - DIOt NTAINEEU
THIS rejebratwd Home can be aeon Hie
onsuins; season at th rnliAwm. i
r . j-- i --.:z- "a !..,
" ' a oosoay oi eaoh week at
Gree nwich centr, Wednesday and Thursday
at Sava nnah, and Friday and Saturday at the
Sampsel House ia Ashland.
J. fc J. HEARST.
April 19th, 1854. 2m48
TBEASUBEBV NOTICE. "
All, those holding oogoty oruers.on whicb
lalereat is accruing, will take no'.ice that
I am now ready to redeem all auch orders,
aad if not presented for payment tbe interest
Will cease from this data. .
J. W. B QYD, Treasurer of Ash Co. . .
B. S3, M. ' '' . 37-tf
Adniiniilralor's X o t i et e. Notice is
hereby given that the undersigned has been
duly appointed Administratrix of the estate of Jos.
Cray deceased. .411 peisnns indebted to said es
tate ar e required to make immediate payment, and
those ba vine; claims arainst tbe aame are required
to present tbeiu for payniei t within one year left-ally
proven. . MAKGAKKT GKEV, Adm'x.
June7, tB5 4. 3wS
Administrator's IV o t i e Notice is
hereby given that the undersigned baa been
duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of
the e state of Mary Brandt, late of Perry township,
Ashland county, deceased.
JOHN VAN NEST. drar.
June 7, '54. ew2. -
NOTICE ro TAX PAYERS.
"JiJO MONEY will hereafter be received for
IA Taxes by me other than Gold and SHer
and the Bills of Solvent OHIO Banks. This
is by order of the State Treasurer.
J. W. BOYD,
Treasurer of Ashland Co;
t rn the same trip, and Vict vers. Fare
throu;.k one dollar.
A meral deduction to families and pleas
ur parties. Enquire of tbe undersigned at
the Fran tin House in Ashland, or at the
Railroad Depot, or Post Olfice in Loudonville.
W. KOBESON, Proprietor.
Passengers tak n to or from any Hotel ei
ther at Ashland or Loudonville.
Ashland, July 13, 1S53. 3mS
BERBER'S LINE OF HACKS,
land for New
at 7 o'clock
c i A M con
nection wnh the cara on the Clevefand Col am
bus and Cincinnati Rail Road.
Returning, leave New London after the ar
rival of the trains. .. :
Leave Ashland ' fbr Mansfield oa Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, at 71, o'ajoek, P M.
Leave Ashland for' Wooster o'n Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 o'clock P M.
September, 13.13. -in t
-" Cloiliing ana Fornisliing Depot I
S. APPLE & CO.,
MAIN STREET,; ASHLAND, O.
HIS extensive establishment hasjust
received the largest and best select
ed stock of clothing,' and gentlemen's
furnishing goods, ever brought to this town or
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS.
suitable. Tor the largest man or smallest boy
and at prices that will perfectly astonish you.
Come right along and ex imine our stock,
and see for yourselves. Here you-wiiitind
cartloads of coats, cords of trowsers, and a
'tarnet pile of vests of every style and vrai
ety, large enough and small enough, warm
enough and coot enough for any season. Our
stock of. Furnishing goods is complete; con
sisting of Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Wrappers,
Drawers, tec, etc., in fact everything to fit out
a man in perfect order. uur motto is yuifr
Safe and Small Profit, nd no charge for show
ing our goods. '.
of all kinds, made to order. The Foreman in
this department is one offre best workmen
Recollect the place, ore door east of
Squires, and-' one door west of Wallack at
C'.ffiu's Store.. This extensive stock is under
the direction of our agent, Mr. Z. Greenwald,
S. APPLE St CO.,Philadelpliia.
April 6, 1854. - 46tf
THEsubscriber having purchased the .entire
stock ol Books and Stationery, belonging
to W. H . H. Po'tei , former proprietor ot the
Ashland Book Store, respectfully announces
that he will com not the buainesa at the old
stand, and will always h.v on hand
, Standard Miscellaneous Works, -
B 'oki, Pamphlets, Magazines, School Books,
Maps, &-.., 8tc. Also Pocket CuiLory, Port Mo
nies, Memorandums, Pass Books, Blank Books,
Plain and fancy Cards, Porte Folios, Writing
Materials, Cap Letter, Bath Note, Drawing,.
Tissue anj Fancy Paper, Bristol Board, Plain
and Fancy Note Letter and Envelopes, Ar
nold's black, red and carmine Writing Fluid,
Fa her's, Brookman & Langdon's1 Snd other
celebratod Lead Pencils, ronnd and -square,
Slates and Slate Pencils, Gold Pens aad Ca
ses. In a word, eve ry thing usually kept in a fi'st
cla-s Book Store- Prices as low as any town
in the country.
As he has engaged in the business with the
intention of "making a living" at it, he ia de
termined to become an efficient caterer for
publio, if money and unwearied attention to
the boainess will accomplish tbe end. .Per
sons wishing books but seldom called for, can
have them promptly ordered from - Eastern
Houses at reasonable rates. All the Istest
publications will be found upon bis shelves.
He hopes to receive a liberal share ol the pub
lic patronage. H. W.IMHOFF. Jf
Asniaea, April o, iso. ou
, BUTTER STORE.
C.F. HOTCHKISfs St SON,
HAVE opened the Butter Trade for the aea
,sonvaad will py CASH for aaroioa-ar-ticle
April 36, 1J4.-b4S " - -
John Leinard, Plaintiff,
Jessee Rote. Thomas Pbelps
Lidia Pbelps. his wire, Jesses
noelllaKr, r.nzabt-tb hoe
maker his wife, aucy J.
Bote and other, Deft's. J
JfcSSK Kote, Thomas Phelps, l.idia Phelps his
wile, Jessee Sboema ier. Elizabeth Shemaker
his wile, ami ancy J. Kote, Mary Kote, John Kote
Peter Kote, Lewis Kote, Jacob Bote. Hulbert Kote
aud Margaret Kote minor heirs of Peter Kote, de
ceased, and horrsat law of Jeremiah Kote, deceas
ed, will take notice, that a frtition was filed
against them on tne 19th day May A. D. of, 1854,
in the CleiK's Oflice of the Court of Common Pleas
of Ashland county, Ohio, by the Plaiiiiiu" John
Leinaid containing in suhstance, tbat on tbe first
day of March ill tbe year eighteen hundred and tiny
-three. Plaintiff entered into a written contract
with Jeremiah Kote, by whichPlaintifT agreed to
sell to said Jeremiah Kote, the following described
tract of land situate ih the Township of Sullivan,
County or Ashland and State of Ohio, and bounded
'as follows, to wit : being tbe north part of lot
number eighty, HOI bounded south by laud owned
nyPrederick Hauseinan, west by land owned by
Simeon Long, north by lot numbrsixty-one, 61 in
consideration for which the aid Jeremiah ;kote
agreed wit: Plain tiir to build lor hira a good and
comfortable dwelling House, and to keep and
maintain Plaintiff and wire in all things during
their natural lives; that Plaintiff deeded by a good
wrantee deed, the above descrtrted land to said
Jeremiah Kote; that said Rote, entered into posses
sioo of -said premises, and shortly after died, and
'tbat the legal representativea of said Jeremiah
Kote, have refused to carry out 'the said agree
mint made and entered into between Plaintiff
and aaid Rote as aforesaid. The object and' prayer
of said Petition is that said contract and deed may
be set aside, and that Plaintiff have judgment for
the recovery of said land, and the said Jessee Rote,
Thomas Phelps, Lidia Phelps bis wire, Jessee SLoe
litaker, and Elizabeth Shoemaker his wife are
hereby notified that unless tbey appear, answer,
or demur to tbe said Petition by the 13th day of
July next, tbe matters and things set forth in said
Prrition will be taken as true, and judgment render
ed thereon accordingly.
KUSY & PORTER ' PIJT Jtl.',.
May 94, 185J. ' . ' 6wl . . ,
David Countryman Ro- , In Partition,
sanna Conntryman, Ja-'
cob Countryman, et.alJ
DAVID COUNTRYMAN, Jacob Coontry
mar,and Lydia hi wife, Peter Country
man, and Mary his wifes John Countryman,
Abraham Gardner and Mary lis wile, George
Countryman, Joseph Couutrymao, Isaac Coun
tryman, Alexander Conntryman, hers at law
of Peter Countryman, deceased, snd Rosanna
Countryman, the widow of said Peter Country
man, will tne notice that a petition was filed
agrtinst them on the ti iral day of May, A. D.
1S54, in the Courtof Common Pleas of Ash
land county, Ohio, by Christian Countryman,
and is now pending, wherein the said Chris
tian Countryman demands partition of the fol
lowing Reaf Estate,' to wit: The north-west
quarter of section number twenty, in township
number twenty two, in Range number fifteen,
situate and being in the township of Perry, in
the county of Ashand and State of Ohio. And
that at the next term oi said Court, applica
tion wi be made by the said Christian Coun
tryman for an order, tbat partition my be
made of snid premises.
" . FULTON & McCOMBS, Pff. Atty. '
May 3d, 1854. bw61 -
PETlTIOJi FOK niVOBCE.
Elisabeth Patton, PffT. J . ' '
c.' 'In Ah la nd Common
Abcf Patton, Deftr ' S - ' ' Pleas. '
ABEL PATTON will lake notice that the un
dersigned, on the 2d lay of May, A. D.
1864, fifedin the Clerk' office of the Court ot
common peas of Ashand county O., her peti
tion praying for Divorce and Aimnny from the
defendant Abel Potter, setting forth as causes
for praying for said divorce, 1st. willful ab
sense for more than three years. 2nd. gross
negfect of duly for a lko period of more than
three years also habituaf drunkenness for
more than three years. 1 hat said petition .is
J : , n-J .U . . ...Jl,l.
' K-""'"B .--' - ' '". ,JV
tilt wi appty, at the next regmar term ol said T f ice Franklin eY. Warren M.lc. Co)
bcuri tor Alio i ruci prayeu ut in m petition,
and for other and proper refief.
By Kellogo & Allisok, her Atty's.
May 10. 1854. . 6wol
Guardian's Sale of Heal Estate.
I WILL offer for sale at public outcry, at
the door of the Court House in Wooster,
Wayne Coun"y, Ohio, -on the 24th", (twenty
fourth) day of June, 1854, between the hours
of ten o'lock, A M., and four o'clock, P.
M. of said day, the fo' lowing described proper
ty, to wit: the undivided half ot a part of the
south-east quarter of Section .number twenty
six, (2b)in iownship number twenty-one,
(21 otfc Range number fifteen, (15) containing
one fourth of an aero, on which is situate a
dwelling house, and bein the same premiser
at wliico Haran 1 ylor, ot Ashland county, died ,
:W I , .: .. . : .1 T- 1 f
ffizou, auu eing buuuab iu tne xewnsnip .01
Mobecan, Asuland County, Ohio. Terms of
Sale one third Cash in handoae third in one
year, and one third in two yoara from the day
of sale with interest from the confirmation o
. JOHN MYERS,
' -' ' - Guar 'ian of Martin Miller.
McSwEEifCT & Jones, Atty3 for Guardian. -May
S4, 1834. wl -
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time it cures the disease.
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RPABSKD by any known preparation, for the cure
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ties, acts thro the skin, gently aud with great ef
ficacy, for tbe cure of this class of diseases.
The valuable Medicines above named have recen
tly been introduced, with the approval of, a num
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ded most admirably in curing the diseases for
" bich they are prescribed. They are oflered to
the country practitioners of Medicines which he
can in all respects depend upon as prepared in
agreement with the experience of some of the
most learned and judicious Physicians and strictly
in conformity witb the rules-of Pharmacy, and
as especially serving his convenience, wbo -can-,
not so readily as the City Physician, have his own
prescriptions compounded by a practical P bar ma
See the descriptive Pamphlets, to he bat? gratis of
alt who have the Medicines for sale, containing
ecommendations from Doctors Marti if, Balt
skll, Additik, Pat we, Hakdy, Lovs, dec.
o Doctor 8.Rs- Maitis says, 'I do not hesitate to
recommend your Diarrkaa Cordial and Anedyne
Ckerrm Expectorant, tre.
Ooct. John Addison says. It gives me mnch
pleasure to add my testimony to that of others, n
favor of the extraordinary efficacy of your Diarr
kaa Cordial. (Sec; and of the Expectorant, " 1 have
no hesitation in recommending it as a most valua
ble medicine, &c - .
Doct. R A. Path a says he has used the Diarr
kma Cordial in his practice with tbe happiest ef
feet, avnd tbinka it one of the most convenient
and eflicienl combinations ever offered to-our pro:
Doct. L. D. Hawdt writes. 'l have administer
ed your Anodyne Expectorant in several cases of
BronchiaAffection, with the most happy result-s,
aud from a knowledge of ifts admirable effects,
I can, with the greatest confidence, recommend
it," 4&c. - - - - - - . ;
Doct. W. 8. Love writes to us tk-t he has ad
ministered the Expectorant to his5?, who bas
had the Bronchitis for fourteen yearrtimd that
she is fast recovering from her long .standing ma
lady. It has in a lew weeks done her more good
than all the remedies she haa heretofore used un
der able medical counsel.
Si xt a kn of the best Apothecaries and Pit arm
acedtists in tbe City of Baltimore. " Wi are sat in fl
ea tbepreparations known as Stabler Anodyne
CAerrff Expectorant and Stabler Diarrkaa Cor
dial, are medicines of Great Value, and vary ef
Jtcient Tor the relief and cure of the diseases for
which they are recommended; tbey hear the evi
dence of skill aud care in their preparation and
style of putting up. and we take plead aure in re
Twkutt Seven of the most respectable Merch
ants, residents of Maryland, Virginia and North
Caro una, who have sold and also used these
mediciues themselves, say, "From our own experi
ence and that of out customers, we do confidently
recommend themPro Bono Publico. We have never
known any remedy used for the diseases fur whicn
they are prescribed, to be so efficient, and to give
such entire satisfaction to all."
The above notices ofrecommendation from mem
bers of the MEDIC A FAULTY, PHARMAKUTISTS
of high standing, and MERCHANTS of tbe first
respectability, should be sifticient to satisfy all,
that these medicines are worthy of trial bv the ar
ticled, and thatthey are of a different stamp and
class from the, -Quackery" and "Cure Alls" so
much imposed upon the public.
For Sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and coun
try Store-keepers generally.
DISCOVERED AT LAST
A Mystery lsplained.
A Revolution Is Certain, Victory is Oars.
DR. A. L. ADAMS'
NEW THEORY OF DISEASE is awakening the
inquiry in the minds of all who read it: How
it si tbat Americans have been so long arid so
slavishly immured in darkness and ignorance on the
subject otdiscase. -
DR. A. 1 ADAMS' LIVER BALSAM.
THE GROAT PANACEA OF DISEASE,
is ofTered to the afflicted of the States and Terri
tories for the entire cure -of Liver Complaints all
stages, Bilious- Fever, Ague aud Fever, Chrouic
Lung Feverr' llropsical Anections, Consumption,
Below Complaints Diarrhea, Dysentery, Kheuma
tism. Bleeding Piles Blind Piles, Scrofula, Salt
Hheum, Dyspepsia, Genera! Debility, Nervousness,
Costiveness, Indigestion, Otatructed Menstrua,
tiun, dec. - -
Dr. A. L. Adams Liver Balsam has stood the
wrec and test for the last fifteen years, and has
proved to the most skeptical, beyond a shadow of a
doubt, that it is
The only Reliable Medicine Ever Discovered
ibeing purely all vegetable.) for the permanent cure
of the above diseases. The most skeptical have be
come its most sanguine votaries, aud pronounced
the Liver Balsam to be the
Oulj Reliable Ilaibiuger of Health to the
AFFLICTED, EVERYWHERE. ; v
Testimonials come up from every track it bas
made, swollen with expression- of gratitude, for
the relicr received by its use. And in subra itting
this, the Liver Balsam is recommended to all those
suffering under tbe
IHON Gl'ASP orthe MOSR rEDECEASE
and at once procure one bottle of Dr. A- L. Adams'
The readers is referred to the Medical Tract,
found by maKingapplication to the Agent where the
Balsam is sold, giving a lull epitome of the canse
and cure of all diseases; containing. aUo certifi
cates from those wbj have tested its unparalleled
ascendancy over the diseased to which we are all
subject. Sold by R, H. CHUBB, or Co., Ashland
John MoCrorey, West Windsor; Sturges ae Biglow
Mansfield,- J. P. Stamets, Rowsourg; J. H.
Haumgatded& Co., Wooster .
G, . Scott, General Agent, No. 67 Randolph
Street Ckiaago, Illinois.
February 1. 1854. n37 ly. '
Important Discovery I
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES!!
RYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS are uafail.
ng in the cure of Conghs, Colds, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, sore throats, Hoarseness,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption, snd
Diseases of the Lungs. They have do taste ot
medicine, andany child. wilitake them. Thou
sands have been restored to health that. had
before dispaired. Testimony given in hundreds
oi cases. A single dosa relieves in ten min
Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers the orig
inal and only genuine is stamped "Bryan."
Spuri'.s kinds are offered Tor aale.- Twenty
five .cent a box. Sold by dealera generally.
J. BRYAN k Co., Rochester, New York, Pro
prietors. Whole sale by J. D. Park, Cincin
nati, Ohio; W. Kiake Cleveland, Ohio.
February 8,. 1854 n38tf. -
16 AL CARD.
DM, t LA11K WXliAMi would re
spectfully inmt in the citizens of Ashland
and vicinity, that they have associated them
seivea together for the practice of Mediciae
and Surgery in all their various brsncbes, and
by diligence and close attention 'to their office,
and prompt attendance npon all calls at all
hour, they hope to merit a liberal share of
pulrtic patronage. Da. Clark offers his thanks
to all those who have heretofore favored him
with their busiitess, and will be under renew
ed obligations for a continuance pf the same.
Da. Crake,. will devote special attention tb the
study and practice ot Surgery in all its vari-
eties, and more especially in all diseases ol
the Ey- , either acute or cliroa.ic.
&aT Office, adjoining Mitliiagton'e- Drug-
store, opposite P. fie J. Kisser's .tore. -4'
OCT Dr. Clark's residence near tbe MeBw-
dist Churchy. ' '-.'..; " Mfe j
Dr. CraMe's on third street opposite $T
WassoaV . P. H. CLARK, M. D.r
i. l. L. CRANE, M. D. '
rJLpril 19th, 1854 n4Stf . "
fciT s?M i-SferiifeiflJ A Ta meeting of the
fetf -gatggiS A tor of the F. or 1
STTb., held June 1J, 1853, the following i
Fbakklik, Portage co., Ohio; Sept. SS, 1853. (
ments upon Stock subscriptions were made, vix
Ten percent, payable July 1st. 15:1, aud an assess
ment of ten per cent, at the end of each succeed
ing sixty days, until the whole amoent is paid.
Three instalments are therefore now due. to wit :
The first when subscribed, (by the charter,) the
second July 1st, and tbe third. August 31st.
Subscribeis in Ashland village aud county are
respectfully requested to immediately pay all
instalments now due, and -as tbey taerea'.ter be
come due, at the Banking House of Luther, Cr'all
A Co., Ashland unless called upon by ths Collec
1 JOEL W.TLER, Sea..
THE School Kxamiuers of Ashland County,, O.,
will hold their next Public Examinations, as
Ia Ashland, on the third Saturday of May.. At
Savannah, on the second Saturday of July. At
Hayesville, on the second Saturdaf of September.
At Ashland, on the first Saturday of October. Al
so, at the same place, on the third Saturday of
October. ..... .
Each applicant for a Certificate will be required
to furnish evidence of a good moral character. '
Juaminaiione to commence at 10 o'clock, A. H.
a,, uiudi iaa ooaias
Ashland, May 10fh,
O. W. HILI,, Sec',:
Carter's Spanish !tlixf are.
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD.
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY
: IN IT.
All Infallible' Remedy ror Scrofula, King's Evil
Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Kruptioar,
Pimples or Pustyes on the Face, Blotches, bolls.
Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm orTettsr, Scald
Head, Enlargement and Paia or the Boaes aad
Joints, Jttubbora Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders,
Lumbago, &pinal Complaints,, and all Diseaaea
arising from an injudicious, use or -Mercury, Jrr.
prudence in Life, or Impurity of the Bleed.
This valuable Medicine, wliicd has become cele
brated for the number of extraordinary cures ef
fected through its agency, has induced the pro
prietors, at lbs urgent request -of their friends, ta
offer it to the public, which tbey do with the at
most confidence in its virtues and wonderful cura
tive properties. .The following certificates, select
ed from a large number, are, however, strongaa
testimony than the mere-word ef ths proprietors ;
and are all from gentlemen well known la their
localities, aud of ths highest respectability, tnaaf
of them residing in the city of Richmond, Va.
' F. Botdbs, Esq.. of the Exchange Hotel, Rick,
mood, known every .where, aays he has sewa taa
Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mixture ad minis
tered in over a hundred cases, in nearly all -the die. -eases
for which it'is recommended,' with the moat
astonishingly good results. He says it is the aeoet
extraordinary medicine he has aver seen.- -
Aeoa abb Fsvkb Grsat Cobb-1 hereby certi
fy, tbat for three years I had Ague and Fevsr of the
most violent description. ' 1 had several Physici
ans, took large quantities of Quinine, Mercury,
and 1 believe all tbe Tonics advertised, but all
without any permanent relieC At laat 1 triad Car.
ter'e Spanish Mixture, two bottles ef which enact- -ually
cured me, and I ara. happy to say I have kadi
neither Chills or Fever since. 1 consider it the seat
Tonic in tbe world, and . the only . medicine that
ever reached my case. '
Beaver Dam, near Richmond. Va. "
- C. B. Luck Esq., now in the crtx-o UrdrrBond",
and for many years in the Post Office., baa each coa
fidence ia the storoHng efficacy of - Cartar'a
Spanish Mixture, that he haa bought upwards of Ss)
bottles, whi'jb he lias given away to- the afaictaey.
Mr. Luck says be has never knowa it to fail whsa
taken .according; to dircetioas. .
Dr. Miaoc, a practicing Physician, aad formerly
of the CMv Hotel, in the city of Klcbmond aaya
he has witnessed in a number of instances tea
effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture which were
moat truly surprising. He says. ia a case ef Coa
sumption, dependent on the Liver, the good eaacte
were wonderful iudeed.
Samuel M DaiifKca, of the firm or Drinker as
Morris, Richmond, was cured of. LivarCosnplaiat
or 8 years standing, by ths use of two bottles ef
Cartel's .Spanish Mixture. . - v ..
Op eat Cess or ScssrcLA. Tbe Editors aftka
Richmond Republican bad ' a servant employed ia
their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, cons,
bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disable4
him from work. Two bottles of Carter's Spanish
Mixture made a petfect cure of him, and the Eda
ors, in a public notice, say they "cheerfully recom
mend it to all who are aflticted witb any disease
the blood." :, .
- Still A sotrbr C oa I or Sea ore la 1 bad a vei f
valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Span
ish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medi
cine. James M. Taylor, Conductor on tba R. F. dk
P. R. R. Co., Richmond, Va. ' ?
SALT RHEUM OF 20 YEARS STASDIXG CURED
Mr. John Tbompsob, residing in tbe city of Rich
mond. was cured by threo bottles of Carter's Span-
iah Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which he had nearly
years and whicb mil the phasictans of the crty :
could not cure. -Mi. Thompson is a welV kaows
merchant in the city of Richmond, Ve. and ais
cure is most remarkable. - - .-
Wm. A. Matthcws, of Richmond, bad a servant
cured of Syphilis, in the worst form, by Carter'
Spanish Mixture. Hs says he cheerfully secern-
mends it, and considers it an invaluable medicines
Richabb B-.-Wsst, of Richmond, was cured of
Scrofula, and what Physicians called eenfirawsi
consumption, by three bottles .of Carter.s Spaniaa
Mixture. . ' r ' L
. Enwin Bobtow, commissioner of the revenue;
says he bas seea the good effects of Carter's Spanish
Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and aaya
it is a perfect cure for tbat horrible disease. ,1 - -
Wm. Or. Harwooo, of Richmond, cured of Olst
sorss and Ulcers, which disabled him from walk ing.
Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mix-,
ture. and was enabled to walk without a crutch,
in a short time permanently cured. -
Principal Depots at M. Wabb Close or Co., J?0
83, Maiden Lane, Sew Ydrk.
T. W.. Dvott as Sons, Jio. 133, North 3d 8 treat.
Bis wm- or Bbcrs, No. 125, Main St., Rilnmand,
Virginia. . - . . - ;
And lor sale -y R. H. Cncss, Ashland, H. S See.
& Co. Savanna, J-Kkrhlmosb, Hayesvilla, J. Bore
kir; Jeromeville,- Akdiksoi dc' Rowan, Loudaav
vllle, and Dealers in Medicines evsry where.
Jan. 18, '54- -. ' J B35lrr'L "
Philadelphia Medical House Established IS ;
years ago, by Dr. K1NKEJ.1N, corner ol Thirrf
and Union streetsj between Spruce- Pine,
Philadelphia, Pa. . i - .
Invalids are apprised that IV. Kinelia eea v
fines his practice to a particular branch of med
icine which engages bit undivided attention. .
He cations the unfortunate against the abase
of mercury ; thousands are anBaatly mercurial
ized out of life. Reeent affections are prompt-,
ly extinguised. Twtnty year of Experience,
in the treatment of a class or diseases hithi rte
neglected and imperfectly understood," has en
abled Dr Kiakeiia, (Author of a work ea Belt
Preservation,! to prove that nine-tenths of lha.
causes of nervous dehili y, local and aoastita
tional weakness, rqental .and physical suffer,
ing, are traceable to certain habits, forming the
most secret jet deadly and fatal springs of
domestic misery and premature mortality. : .
Take Particular Notice. 'There is an evil ha
bit sometimes indulged ia by boya,ia solitude,,
often growing up witb then) to manhood, aad
which, if not reformed in due time, it not onl j.
begets serious ebstrcles to matrimonial happi
ness, bnt gives rise to a series of prtKrecteeV
insiduous and devastating- affections.- Few o
those who give way to this pernicious prae-.
tice are awara of the consequariees, natil they
find the nervous system shattered, feel' strange
and unaccountable feelings, aad vagaa faairsV
in the mind- .' ,. ""-. -.. ' -i.t
The unfortunate thua. affected becomes fee-
ble, is unable to Isbor with accustomed
or to apply his mind to study ; his step ia tea. -dy
and weak, be ia dull, irresolute, and aa-'
gages in his rport with less energy than asasj.
-If he emancipate himself before the prac
has done its worst, aad enter matrimony,: bia
marriage is unfruitful, and hia sense tels him that -this
i caused by his follies early. These are cs
sideratinne which should awaken the atteatioa
of those similarly situsted. - - ' ; .--' ',
Marriage requires the fulfillment of several
conditions, in order that it may be really tba'
cause of mutual happiness, i Could the vail
which covers the origin of domestic wretched-;
nessba raised, and" its true aourea in every law
stance disclosed in how many could it ba .
traced to physical disqualifications aad'theif.
attendant disappointments! Apply then while r
it is yet time, in order to tare your unstress;
and relaxed organisation rebreced , from making
your case known to one who, from education v
and respectability, can certainly be revivified
ind strengthened. ; '-' "
Remember that he who places himself UB-t
der Dr. Kinelia'a treatment, may religioaary ,
confided in his honor aa a gentleman, and rely
upon the assurance, that the secrets of Dr.JCa '
Datients will -never ae risalosed. . -.''.'
Youug man let no false modesty deter ;
frommaking your case known to oae wae.
fromjeducation and reapectibility, can certai&.-'
ly befriend you. - " .' '
.Too many, think they will conceal the secret! "
in their awn hearts, and cure Lhemservas-'
Alas! howreften is this a fatal delusion, and
how aianf a promising young man, who might
have risen an ornament to society,- baa fadesk :
from fhe.easth. ' ." ..
Strictures of the urethra are rapidly removed;
by the application of a new therapeutical1
agent, used' only -by Dr. K. WeUtnet an .
Constitutional tteoimy promptly cured, ana juw
vigor, restored. , . ' '
- Coanty Invalids san have, by stating iheir
caae splicitly, together with all their syaip--tomspr
letter enclosing a remittance Dr. ;
K.'s medicine, appropriated accordingly'.". . ;
.. Forwarded to any part of the United States, '.;
and packed sees) from DAMAGE or CURIOS
ITY. ' -. - ...: ;
... ' READ! . , ... " ' :
Tenth end Manhood- vigorous Life or a prema
ture Death Kinkelin en -Sett PreservationOnly
35 eta. . 1 . .
It is a work eminently required, as a mesas
of reforming the vices of the age ia which ws '
lire. Also, .'f t
NATURE'S GU1UI3, 'i 1.:'.-;
ff'thaUe fern the Prelengetien l.if; f freen.'r
'' " ,S!r . -'' th Pre.''., ....-..'
Abetter with a remittance of 25 cents; or "
the -Valise in post-stantpe, addressed o Ir. Kia
elin, Philadelphia, Pa., will secure a eapy oi
either of the ahoje booka by return mail ar
12 copies will be sent free of posuga fcr 41. '
Booksellers, Canvasaera, Travailing Agenta,
etc-, supplied wholeaala atthe tsoirsber'a
cea, which admit oi a larger j rout. ,bk
letter mutt be postpaid..- '-"" '
'March 23nd, 1254. - " Iy44
..Save your Al.e! i .
ASHES wanted by tbe -subscriber, -at hia '
Aahery in Ashland, for which the highest
marrefjPjleo will b paid in goods. '
. TXCLEy SrTNEtL, 4 '
October M, ISW. -" ---WaC