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fTa Uiow U published every Wedneaday
larsfnjia the towm of Ashland, Ashland co.,
ohid : - . '
. ' . 4? BTfJNO, SHERIDAN,
Sea on Main Sr.; over R. McMabaa's Store.
Tne'Uirion " furnished 10 subscribers
at lbs rat of TWO DOLLARS per annum,
if payment be made before the- expiration o
. tie. feat. Two Doutu " Fifty Ckhts,
irilr. .avsriabiy'b charged, if payment be de--farred'
tLH afWthe expiration of Ihe year. .
-failure to pay ia full, and give notice of
Secentipaaacs to tbe Publisher, at the cloae o
J A Tt l"!"" b" onWerd on
,ejtcay meofsfox the .neat year,, and so on year
fSP3 Wffa K ! 3.D! '4 H f.'i A 'i J
- ,)n'm,Wiif 'l,tihea fr: lea,-S week"'-
Bt8iy tuBaeiruent fierto";......':;; '.a"
,0qear 5 montaa. :. 6,00
fjtf utffTr ??." v r .' ',9 'P0
One frJiclpMfcJBiie jii..u-o 1M0
. Wl? 4..W.J 'H?' .' .".' r v 1 V0
Oeealf elnmnne yea-).... . : 25,00
y,rd'ioidmnirfce year... ....':.. " 30,00
4fa,r tourths nadamo' one year.. . .... - 35,00
' "'fti':' '! 4000
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!?fn5;li-at.' t"?r? aopeib-jnewpres,
itH ad dad nt r totof lew type te ear already
'"" 'erteifaiVfcaaorlmiiBt;,bY;ob matcril," we ijfe
prepared a execute, i a style that caanot
'fcVurpiaad by ny office in. this lection ot
-IbWi'y ,';'';-- i"i':"-' ; '' ; ' ,;:
, 4oo,""V,BQnd,V;.V - IDels, ' ' ! Circular,
Ceree . . i iDmfti, Receipts, Notes,
" .'etete,r " Bill, - 1 Checks, Mamfesta
:SIant - Bin Bead, Ticket, ; V-Deeds,
-' JpPjalEK VROGILaMES, POSTERS,
.and, i'n short every description of Plain and
-Dte6itie'"- ' - : ,
-ftiJae'Vh.ffie. finert'atyie bfthe art, tnd -caanot
ai to giva'aa'tiafaetiDn.. All orders promptly
Wtfendeif tq.-"., ::'"1.,: "V. . ''' ;'. ' ...
Aid. KLND OF
&Bfc'IDeeo!s. and Justices Blanks,
ept-eoaataatly' onvhaad and for aale akthis of
8cv -OWanka neaJy printed aad on the
'teat quality of paper.'aad giro general aatiafac
1ob? arlth'-thoae-who hare uaed thorn.- 'Ordera
ImlSST ?5fla Harriet N. Singer Las been
p"ptIhtetf Postmastresau,iat Newport,
Ja in' the tbdm of Charles A. Stine, re-
a JCaCC .the frciinen tly asked question,
yfh$i Bid e -pf . a bprse has the most
Tnir ft$?' the following answer has been
. ToeiTedTAf hich we believe to be correct,
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1 ii;'.i'I t .i-n -I -. " ' ' " - '
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?"rS3 plarirSlills has'received an or
'Jet 'fsi anjjeqnestrian statfte of General
ackspn,ol)e placed in Jackson-square,
'New' Orleans. - Mr. Mills is to receive
for the statue the munificent sum of
'$3,'o6o."'j.: v .
Ijspian tct?. An Indian was impris
oned tt; .Ontaagpn, Michigan, on the
18th, for robbing - the dead" bod v of a
lean, that had floated ashore from a wreck
" A;t: nightie set the-jail on fire, apd
Lurti hlaieelf -to death.
EajPKijATjN p---ILfiHiSBUiiG. The
'diifAtt? ?,-Vmon, Las
just had the ceDsua of that town taken,
' showing' the white population to be now
-H;247,":and Uhe' colored 803- The
Tiltc'ssmce XSoibVbavejLcreastd 4QS,
frhilc'tBe"; colored have" decreased 1O0.
Op ekatioxs cf, the
tfo I sir of Jul j,-! there were f Treasury
!j;r'enteVe'd'ou the books' bf?t1i$
-i-oajahejaedeaaption ofatoekf..... $71,672 CO
For the pajan ea I oi oilier T rea a. d bla . 1 35 4 03
-"kr lbe-Clara.i,.. j...... ..v.i 1SF051 03
tFavth Waj-xpaitmeal.,.. 15,478 50
Jer,the.Haai' Lepailtnant ......... b7,062 60
Fo tbe latefior Department.... ...... 18,327 48
- J-or re-payiog ia the Interior. Dcp't. 17,060 15
StrfciDE at Huron. "We learn that a
anfcn med Kinsley Wood shot himself
,wxih a pigtoI,uat Huron, on the 4th inst.
An inquest, was held by L. B. J ohnson ,
but the- terms of the . verdict have
ndt"' been" 'ascertained.' " Wood -was a
.laboring man ef good disposition, but is
supposed to Jj'aye .committed the rash act
while laboring under temporary insani-jtl&nduslyILeg....-
1,4'i-foVA.UNrrEp States Suip.--A
'letter' from Rio -under date of May 19,
.states that fifteen, seamen were on. trial
T5efbreiu1cburt martial on board 'the
if-i.: n - : . i . ... . I'.n..:. . : ' -
Ajnited States, ship - Savannah, at that
ji'ortj on a'chairjge' of niii'tinj;.. ' , It appears
that on-the 4thyhaviDg beenTefused leave
to go on sbore,' they" secretly procured
liquor, became imtoricated, and attacked
ihe deck officer with-, every missile they
bould pr'odure 'until the guard was called
hen' they -were--seised and placed in
' ,T y.-y'Americang'ttiril ujJ everywhere.
.U-be.ase,ot.tbe. jcjtnKee wno veadea ice
-effcam 'on"the( top-bf Vesuvius is familiar.
Very recently a Dr. we. .1 forget the
iaa2r rfrpni our own State of Ohio has
.been' astonishing the John Chinamen with
. his almost ' supernatural courage. ,- .-Here
Is' anWher Tnember of the same universal
'.nation, in the eastern squabble. He is
air WTarSi and half, Count D'Orsay.
Says a' letter 'written -to the Home Jou'
noli ti ; ..
", X&ece is, at .GaUipoli, a young man
from New York in the lurkish army
Wbcf excites a good ' deaf of attention.
lie ngnis entirety on nis own. tjooit, ia
always to-Be-seetfin the tliickest ot tbe
fwdevoAili as brave as a lion, v w
But advancing or . retreating, he al
ways ,ias aw.pecuJiar!..traup tramp-;
tTamp-rom;-,whion.-he never 'vanes,-wnatev'er'maV.-be'the.
- style bF :march
aj-OMn! him, apd he' has often been seen,'
ht the -rey bo ttesc ot the tight, i to . stop.
d'e'liWrateiy:'1 tighten 'his cravat; take olf
... i t-r t.', ...
ins nav. arrange nis uair, wnicn is .very
beautifoJ, andj then go to work again
against the'Rnisian - 0e.of his friends
felling me about it yesterday.. . IIe ays
V heJ,'farfar ate - very enthusiastic about
The Pay of Deputy; Postmasters.
The general interest felt in the late
act regulating" th4 pay bf postmasters
induces us to- insert it again in our p&v
per. It is as follows : '
An ct regulating the pay of deputy
postmasters.-: - :
Be it enacted by the Scna'e awl House
of Rei-resntativ s f tlie United Utates
of Smeric'i in Congress assembled, That
in place of the compensation now allow
ed deputy postnlaeters, the Postmaster
General be, and he is hereby, authorised
to allow them commissions at the follow-,
ing rates on the postage collected ' at
their respective offices in each quarter of
the year, and in due proportion for any
period less than a quarter, vis :
' On any sum not exceeding one hun-.
dred dollars sixty pr ceut. ; but any
postmaster at whose office the mail is to
arrive regularly, between ' the-hours of
nine o'clock at night and five o'clock' in
the morning; may be allowed seventy
per cent, on the first hundred dollars. .
j -ijn any sum over and above one hun
dred dollars, and not exceeding four hun
dred dollars, fifty per cent-;--- -"
On any sum over and above four hun
dred dollars, but- not exceeding twenty
foni' hundred dollars forty per cent. .
'And. en all sums over twenty-four hun
dred dollars, fifteen per cent...
On the amount of postage on letters
and packages received at a distributing
oflBce for distribution: twelve , and one-
"half per cent, commission may be allow-
cu. .. ,. ...... .
- Every postmaster whose compensation
shall not exeeed five hundred dollars in
one quarter, shall be allowed "one ' cent
on every free letter delivered out of his
office, except 'Such as are for the post
master himself. - But the special allow
ance now made by law to the postmas
ters at New Orleans and Washington city
shall not otherwise be either .increased
or diminished. '
Each postmaster who shall be required
to keep a. register of the arrival and de
parture of the mails, shall be allowed
ten cents for each monthly return which
he makes to tbe Postmaster General.
'' Each, postmaster may be allowed two
mills for the delivery from his office to a
subscriber of each newspaper not charge
able with postage: Provided. That to
any postmaster of a distributing office
at which' the-- commissions, . allowances,
and emoluments since the thirty-first day
of March, ope thousand eight hundred
and fifty-three, have been insufficient to
defray actual and necessary expenses,
and ' afford the postmaster .the annual
compensation derived from commissions
at the office before said thirty-first of
March, the Postmaster General may, in
his discretion, allow quarterly from the
date aforesaid, out of the postages col
lected at any such office, an amount suf
ficient to supply such deficiency : JV.--vided,
further, That to any possmas'ter
of a separating office, whose commissions,
allowances, and emoluments may be
found insufficient to provide the extra
labor necessary to a prompt and efficient
performance of the duties of separating
and despatching the mails passing
through his office, the Postmaster Gen
eral may make such quarterly allowance,
out of the postages collected at such of
fice, as he may deem sufficient to com
pensate such extra labor : Provid d fur
ther, That the commissions, and allow
ances authorized by this act shall be
subject to the provisions of the forty
first section of the act entitled " An act
to reduce into one the several acts estab
lishing and regulating the Post Office
Department : " And jjrovided, fur'her,
That the Postmaster General may, in
bis discretion, dispose of any quarterly
returns of mails sent or received, which
were made up previous to the first day .4!
July, eighteen huudred and fifty, preserv
ing the accounts current, and all vouch
ers accompanying such accounts, and use
such portion of the proceeds thereof as
be necessary to defray the cost of separ,
rating and disposing of. the same. This
act shall take effect and be in force from
after tho commencement of the next
fiscal quarter after its passage.
: The leciprocity Treaty.
Among the articles to be admitted free,
under the reciprocity treaty, to and from
the British Provinces, are grain and
breadsutffs of all kinds, vegetables, fruits,
seeds, animaIs,'hides,wool, butter, cheese,
tallow, bains, salted and ; : fresh . meats,
ores and metals, of .all kinds, ashes, tim
ber, staves, wood and lumber of all kinds,
coals, fish, sugar, tobacco, cotton, and
rice. The Montreal Herald makes the
following statement i ... .
" " In addition to the stipulations al
ready mentioned, American citizens will,
we believe,' obtain the free navigation of
the St. John and Saint Lawrence rivers
not, of course, is a permanent right,
but pending the continuance of the trea
ty and British subjects will be secured
in the free 'navigation of Lake Michigan,
where we claim the right to navigate,
but where that claim might ' probably
have been disputed. Although the fed
eral gevernment has no control over
State',' canals,,, and probably entered in
to"; no; express-engagement- respecting
them,' we belive it has pledged itself to
remove every obsticle, which rests with
itself, - to .the free use of all Stnte ca
nals by Provincial vessels. We may
therefore expect, as the States which
are the- proprietors' of these canals are
interested in doing the largest possible
amount of business upon them, that
they, will be made free to our ship own
era and forwarders.'? . . . .....
Follow them up. ! -
Public opinion has already banished
the murderer Ward from Kentucky, and
now comes the turn of the Jurymen.
One already has shielded - himself from
the indignation of an insulted people by
stultifying himself.' - .-. '
'Another of this immortal, twelve -I.'
C. Chenowith, has been discarded by his
Bapti&t brethren.' The Louisville Coul ter
Bays: .'"' "."''! .' ' ',!l. .
" We learn that on Saturday last, af
ter a patient, full and thorough invests
gation of all the facts in the case. I. C.
Chenowith, one of the Hardin County
jurymen; yhcse names are a byword aiid
a reproach throughout -the length and
breadth of the land, ' was expelled from
the Baptist Church at Elizabethtown.-?-Among
.other things, it was conclusively
proved that before the trial he had re
peatedly expressed an ppinipn u regard
to the matter, and we understood such
other1 evidence was elicited as has made it
necessary to bring the matter to the no
tice, of the' Grand J ury, he perjured
scoundrels -who, : by their i infamous ver
dfethave brought reproach' upon the
whqe '.gtte,1 are ' alr'eady" being,visited
with punishment more terrible than they
can'weir bear, and they have yet only
the beginning of the end. " ' .'
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The next Ohio State Fair.-
We learn that the proper officers are
making very' extensive arrangements for
the aDnroachine State Fair, to be held
Sept. 19th, 3Qth, 21st, and 22d,. in the
' Old Jb ort,' near jN ewarK. in relation to
the comfort and care of visitors on those
days, the corresponding secretary, Mr.
Sprague, says that he has conferred with
the hotel keepers of the towns of New
ark, Vernon and Zanesville, and with
many private families, and has secured
contracts by which persons will be kept
at the Irving House, Newark, at $2 per
day at the Davis House at $1,75. At"
the Kenyon House, in Mount Vernon,
(exclusive of dinner,) at $1 per day, and
at all other houses in Mount Vernon, at
75 cents per day. In Zanesville, at the
Winslow House, (without dinner,) at $1
per day, and the other houses there from
$1 down to 50 cents. At . Columbus,
from $1,50 down to $1. i
Accommodations.' can bje had jilso at
Granville, Utica, arid all thie sarround
ing towns and the railroad fare reduced
to a mere trifle on all lines. . In private
families in Newark, the fare will be, ex
clusive of dinner, (this being , provided
at the fair grounds at any price desired)
from SI 25 to $l .per day." The" Sec
retary further says " Owing to the ex
tensive arrangements to be ' made at
Norwalk, and the fact that nearly every
private family will accommodate all ' in
their power, the opinion can safely be
advanced, that more persons will be pro
vided for in Newark, than were in Day
ton last year. It is contemplated to
erect an extensive lodging tent, by
which one thousand pcrsuns might be
provi"ed for. The baggage will be
marked and registered, and the entire
establishment kept under guard night
and day." -::
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- Partition Notice.
JOHN Scatty een., and Matilda hia wife, Da
vid Scott and Kliz.tbclh his wife, Joseph
Scott and Klitabeth his wife, Samucf Scot', and
Mary Ann hia wi.e, Willia.-i Cilmore and Naii
cy his wife, John Alexander, jr., nd Mary hia
wife, Genrgo Smith, John i'in:lh, Darid Smith,
Joseph Smith, Inhii Scott, jr., and Klizabctli
hia wife, will take notice that a Petition was
filed against them on the 8th day of July, A.
D.t 154, in the Court nl'Common Pleas 'ol Ash
Und CiMiuty, O iio, by Walter Craig and liiz:i
belh hia u lie, and is how pending, wlicrein the
aaid Walter Craig and Elizabeth his wile, de
mand Partition ofihu following Real Estate, to
wit: The south east quarter ol section twenty
seven, township twenty-one. of Kanee aiiteen,
aituate in the Coun'j of Aabland, and State of
Ohioy containing one hundred and sixty acrea
more or ieas; and also the north Eaat quarter
of section twenty-fvor, township tour, north
range nine east, situate in the County of Wood
and state of Ohio, containing one huudred nnd
sixty acres, more or less; and that at the next
term of said Court, application will be made
by the aaid Walter Craig anl Elizabeth hia wile
for an order that partition may bo made by id
premiacs WALTER CRAIG,
By Fulton t IdcComba, their Ally's
July 12, ISot. ' 67
H. N. Musgrave
Partition In Ashlaud
R. W. Musgrare
PURSUANT to the command of an alias or
der of sate in Partition, issued in the
above case from the Court of Common Pleaa,
of Ashland County and State of Ohio, to me di
rected, I will expose to Public Sale at the door
of the Court House, in aaid County , on
Monday, the 2 1st day of August.
A. D. , I&54, between the huura often o'clock,
A.M., and four o'clock, P.M., of said day,
the followa described Real Estate, to wit
Lot nnmber thirty-six. (36) arid Let number thirty-eight,
(38) in the town of JerotuetrTlle, in
said county appraised at four hundred and fif
ty dollars. Terms of aale uoj third cash on
the. day of sale, one third in one year, ard onr
third' in two-yeara thereafter, with intereat.--Deferred
payments to be secured by mortgage
on the premises.
. J. D. JOKES, Sheriff.
July 12, 1854. n7te-pf$2 75
. 8amucl Zerba'i ESIale.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the jitidcr
' signed has been abpoinled and qualified'
as Admiuiatrator'on the eatale of Samnel Zer
ba, late of Ashland County , Ohio, deceased.
- ' . DANIEL FISHER. -
July 7, 1851:. 37 "
BALDNESS CURE D.
Emerson's American Hair Restorative.
FOR restoring the Hairon heads hopelessly
Bald, and to 'prevent the hair from fall
ing, ja winning gold-n opinions from persons
who arousing it. This ia a new article, re
cently intreduced to tbe public, and -will
stand on its own merits. -Some of the best
citizens ol Cleveland and Pittsburg, who were
hopelessly bald a few months since, have
now the evidence on their beads to shew ot
its merits. The proprietors have such confi
dence in it that they authorize their -agents
to take heads on guarantees -price to be
agreed upon between the parties. ,
'siLT,; A'U'aod . - -
.ri. S.iS AStASELL,) 4
', Haves St KmriNCEa,Hayesville..
. ' . v- PISIIER'k CO., Proprietors,
57, Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio.' i
May 15; 1S63. .-''- ly4
Ji Wonderfi(l Diacbvery has recently been made
by Dr, Curtis, of this city, in Ie treatment of con
umption, asthma, and all dif eases of the lungs.
We refer to Dr.x:urtis"s Hygeaffor,' luhaliugj Mrt
gean Vappr and cherry srHp,". .'.Within, thissevr
method the Dr. has restored many afflicted ones to
perfect health ; Sa an evjjeuee of which lie has
nnumefable certificates. Speaking of the treat
ment a physician?renarks;-Itis4ivtdent'that in
haling consfantty breathing-gn agiceaMe. healing
vapor, the medicint jiropretiea mu'st''come'"in'dl.
rect contract with tjie whole of ..the tcrial .cavitj
of the lungs, and thus escape tha tuany and -varied
changes produced upon them vfhen Inrodneedin
to. the stomach, and. subjecit to" le.'proceaa' ot di.
gaation. Tbe Hygeaaaisfer sale at all the drug.
gists throoghodt the e'ountry.-'jy" F. Xfeaa. '
See advertisement "of Medicated .nhalatipn; in
another column of this paper, 12
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AnitiHD, July 14, 1851.
WnSiT. . , .....ta.OO a S.OO
Flocs per barrel................ 910,00
Oats ..........28 a 31
Com..... 37 a 40
TlKOTUT... ............ ........
Buttib fresh in roll
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NEW TfOMK JIAI1KIT.
Kiw Yoaa, July lb.
Flour very heavy for commou grades, prices gen.
erally lower ; demand for ex; ort ai d home consuinp
tiou quite models e ; sales '5U00 bbls 5,6Sa3,7a for
inferior state and 6a7 for common to strait state;
T;lJa?,50 for Ohio aud favorite state; 7a7,Sl for mixed
tofaucy wosteru; market closiig heavy withtea
dency atongly downtvard ; included smalt parcels
extra city mills 1 1,2j; Canadian easier, sales 400 bb'U
G,S7a6,B4 for common, 0,50 for sour: 1
Wheat--Moderate business but,jt ea-der prices:
sale 10,au0 ba fair to good white Ca;iadiau l.aia
1,70; 500 bush new red Carolina 1,62; 1600 mixed
southern 1,95 ; 15U bu red auuthern l,5ual.56.
Jtye quiet l,lCal,lB.
Corn There is good business doing but at still
lowci juices; large receipts, bulk of which is un
sound ; holders eviuce strong desire to realise ; 59,
0U0bu 5a65 for daoiaged and unsound western ;ooa
67 for sound dot market closiug heavy. '"
Pats more plenty aud. lower ;53a59 for state and
western. . . . . .i
Whisky Market rules iu favor of buyer. '
' Pork Market again declined ; demand princi
pally for filling, sale SOU bbls mess II ; 10,10, .1) for
prime ; 13, 5Cal3,Gi for prime mess. ' '
Beef firmly held; small sales 13al3 for country
incss: 15,50 for city do ; 16 for repacked Chicago- .
. Lard 9i&9t. i
IHAHRiKU.-On the 18th day'qf, jjjrio, 54..
by Rev. KuAj.DicxtT, Mr..DANlt J..PECK,
to Miss HANNAH MAY, all of Ashland Co.
- kOn le 6th of July, 54v'by: J,C. Bouit,
Esq., Mr. JOHN M. PRIEST to Miss SUSAN
LEHMAN, alt of Jackson township, Ashland
county, Ohio. ' ' ..." '.'
MEDICAL XOTICESi ' ;
Let the wateivord of the people be Jtepeall When
meu beebme so infatuated with' power, either in
possession or expectancy, as to run off alter every
new dogma, and at the oldding of their imperial
masters, pass laws in direct violation of the plain
est priucip es of our republican institutions, It be
comes the Vox JPopuli to rise, in their mig'it, . with
out distinction of party, aud compel our-servants to
repeal those obnoxious portions of. our laws that
atrike at the root of our independence. So, a'so
physically ; when men run off after , every oew
angled nostrum opened to tha' public. They not
oi.ly t-ndauger their own, but the livea of tbeir
famt' ies and friends. It is therefore w in pleasure
we again recommend to the afflicted the use of
McALISTSB'S ALL-UKALIICO OlHTMSHT, SU Old aud
well-tried remedy; aud almost certain cure for
Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Weavels) Scald Head, Ague in
the breast. Corns, Spinal Affections, Fevers, and
all Febrile diseases, too numerous to mentiou.
That by restoring the insensible perspi:'ation, iten'
a". Ies the system to throw off all the oli worn out
particles, thereby reatoring to aound and perfect
health; For sale by J. B. F. Sampsel dc Co., and K.
B. Chnbb & co , Ashland ; J. McCi oiy, Mifflin : T
W. Coulter, Perrysville; D. K. Stockman, Loudon,
ville; L. Spencer & co., McKay; J. Kinninger 6i
co. Hayeavillc; Hagem.an aud Buchanan, Hayes
ville; Coulter and Goodwin, Lafayette; W. Spen
cer A; co., Albion; J. J. Wright, Sullivan: Michael
Kriege, Orange; H. S. See.4 oo., Savanah.; K. F.
Bcaly.Troy. ' ' .' Iyn7
Ax ounce of fact ia worth a pound of theory
and the swarm of conclusive facts that cluster
around that incomparable preparation. Hoofland's
German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson,
Philadelphia, establishing its value sa a touic aud
rejtorat:ve,are aucb as would prevent incredulity
Itself from questioning its efficacy. In all cases o'
disease of the stomach, whether acute or chronic,
it may be recommended for ita soothing, cordial,
and renovating influence. Dyspepsia, heartbarn,
loss of appetite, nausea, nervous tremors, relaxa
tion, debility 4c.,are relieved by the . Bitters in a
very short space or time ; and- a perseverance in
their use never fa la to work a thorough cure. -
Readtkie Letter in eafety ' of you,t n individual
Aeias, and take the following good advice.
COSSU PTION IN THE SECOND STAGE EN.
.:. ,- . . , : TIKELY CURED.
. Dr. A. L. Adams Sirs Ia the winter of 1848-9,
I was troubled witL a severe cought and pain in my
left sida, so that I could not lie on it ; and at length
with great difficulty ol breathing ; my appetite foil
ed, and, my' flesh wasted ; tbe least exercise almost
stopped my breath. I consulted consecutively
several puvsicinus, who failed alike to give me ay
relief, giving but little encouragement that 1 could
ever be helped.. Af lost advised to .try your Liver
Balsam-,! which 1 faithfully used according to your
directions ; three bottles of which entirely cured me.
It saved me,' 1 cannot doubt, from tbe grave; for it
was the only medicine which- relieved n e at all,
end I am still enjoying good health. 1 hope -your
Liver Balsam' wellbekuown and used as extensive,
ly as its excellence demands, tj. Yours very. truly, .
'.'- ' .- THOS. W.-SPENCER. '
j. 4?e?Uua,vUl,' S. TtygliJSo 8f3. , .'V, .- '
! . See Dr. A.- L- Adams' advertisement in this pa.
net. '"' - ' ;. - , " ' " -4wJ;'-,-rt
1 1 I,;
J3C0NSUMPTI0N AND SPITTING BLO0JB.-
See'th'e oertificotc -of Mr Turner H. Himsey, for
mauy joarsproprK-'tor ofth Farmers'- HotJI, Fred
erickbug, Va, and late of the City', Hotel, 'feici-
mo'nd,V.,f"(,V'.":;';"i 11...,1:u),,li..'n J
' Dr. John Min'ge.'qif the City qf R.chmond, through
regular pbysicianand of course opposed, to what
he called quickmedicius.,was: obliged U SI, tjlal
its good effects, io. theaase lof, t ; Kanney,, were
wonderful indeeJ. .tiiui-. -..i.-i-jtji.' ,
4ld had beea-feiveirap by -several physicians ;bad
tried moat of the quack'meuicnes, and' was- on 'the
grave, wken k Jifq7Qart r's- Bpnih nthxture.
i - We refer the public to nis full and lengthy certifi
cats around tee bottle, stating his core."" ''4w5.
Ashland June S6: 1854. " " -i -i
To Western Merchants.
TUB subscriber would call tbe attentiou of deal
era generally to the extensive arrangements they
have made for tbe Importation aud aale of British,
French, and German Dry Goods.
Having a- buyer permanently i located in Eu
rope, whose entire attention will be given to the
aelecttonof Goods for our sale, we shall be in re
ceipt of new and deairable Dress Goods by each
steamer. Our stock of
tv lute Clouds, Hosiery, Shawls & Notions,,
will be found, complete.. Also, a large variety
of black ami colored Silks, Satins, etc. Cloths,
Cassimeres and Vestftig, Linens. Drillings, &C,
ecc. and Tailor's Trimmings generally. -Alwavs
on hand all leadtne atvlea of Domes
tic Goods, bleached and brown
Cotton, rills. Ticks, Stripes, - Denlme,
with a choice assortment of Merrimack and' Co
checc Plints, Lancaster Ginghams, die, 4c.
The Clothing Department (under the firm ofL.
H Tyler at Co.,) will embrace a great variety or
well Made Garmenta, such as cannot fail to give
satisfac tion. . '
We invite the attention of cash and short time
bnyers. ..-;.' t t
Tpp We have also secured the services of w.
L .STRONG, (late of Mansfield, Ohio,) who will
take great pleasure in showing you through our
stock ; when you visit this market,' please favor
him with call.
. L. O. WILSON dc CO..
No. 19-Coostladst A. MO 11 ,ns 13 Dbt ST., K.
" January 55.1854. ly. ' ' ' '"
D Kji. (.LAKK & CH.lNli would re
spectfully inform the citizens of Ashland
.and vicinity, that they have associated them
selves together tor the practice of Medicine
end- Surgery in: all tneir varions branches, and
by diligence and close attention to their office,
and prompt attendance upon all calls at all
hourf, they hope to merit a - liberal share of
public patronage: Dn. Ci.Anit offers bis thanks
to all those who have heretofore favored him
with their business, and will -be under renew
ed obligations for a continuance of the same.
Da. Crane, will devote special attention to the
study and practice ot ' Surgery in all its vari
eties, and more especially in all diseases ol
the Ey- , either acute or chronic.
KIT' Office, adjoining Millington's Drug
Store, opposite P. & J. Rieser's store.
jer-Dn. Clark"! residence near the Metho
dist Chu roll, . . -. .
Dx.'Cxaie'i on third . street opposite V .
Wasaon's. . P, H.CLARK, M. D.
. , :- I. 4..CRANE, M.D.
April 19th, 1854 n48tt ' -
Of the Receipts and Expenditures of
Ashland County, for tie year ending
June 16, 1854. . -
Dr. To total am't placed on
duplicate of ltfJ3
" To total amount of delin-quenta-of
To total am't balance on
bands, June 10, '43....
" To total am't auction du
tiea . .-
;1 To total am't show li
cense c m I D. c.
.294 10. 8
' " ' " Cr. ....
Cr, By am't of delinquents
V By am't of treasurer'a and
printer'a feea on am't
col. on dupl
" By am't of treasurer's per
cent on show license
798 25;. 4
and auction duties . .. .
" By amountof paid State
37708 63 .0,28965 46' 3
Dr, To an 't of tax placed; d. ic. m
B. 'C. -in
1082 981 8
..134 69 -4
...14 .0 0
on Duplicale of 153..
-' To am't of delinquents of j
' To am't of tavern license
....... nes paid in
by justices of the peace
To aiu't of fines paid in
i . by the'Probate Judge.
" To am't of Jury feea paid
by the Sheriff
'I To am't of fines and un
claimed costs paid in
-.33 37 0
. .S7l37i 0
-. by C;lerk 01 sjourt . ...
44 To am, of auction li
cense ' To am't paid by A. L. Cur
". tis on contract for a
' To am't paid by Commie-
siouers on sale 01. 01a
. . court bouse
To am't paid iu treasury
on sale of stolen goods
To am't paid by Daniel
139F9 79! 0
. . 1 U
Layraau for road djn.
Cr. By amt of Delinquents
..Of IfcST. ,'- --I
''By-im't of treasurer's sndj
- printer's fees on.aoi't
- .-collected on duplicate.!
By am't of fees ou otherj
, monies. paiu lu ......... i
" Dy am't overpaid June
..5J0C 47". 0 16296
By am't overpaid June 16 ' I -1
lc'54. . . .i ti. .V,.l-L..... 1. .p.2269
: . .. . .. ' ; Ii . '- ! ! .. ,
Dr. To ml on dapllcate of.
" To ain't on bauds June
-10," 1853... . . . .". .'..;-.. J
"To am 't of deli nquenta of;
' 1852 colected !
Cr. By am't of delinquents!
, of lf53. ....... .
Bv am't of ircasurei's del
' " I
printer's lees u
l'Sy am'toford rsredeem-l
. ... ed.. ,,....,....-
By aiu't of baL in. treasu-i
0 .1148 97 0
.j.1169 22.1 4
Dr. To am't on duplicate of.
To am't of delinquents of
Cri By am't of delinquents,,
of 1853 i j
" By am't or treasurer's e"
printer's fees....'.. .....If
" By am't overpaid June 1"
By am'tof orders redeem-,';
By am't overpaid. . .
' !' I
. '.69 46
..I. .210 68 5
Dr. To am't on duplicate or
' To am't of delinquents of
ISSi collected .
I .81 08
r: Rv amt nf dclinauenr
of 1853 !.. 219 83
By am't of treasurer's &
printer's fees I ..127 31
- " By am't of orders redeem !
. ed .5647M3
" By am't overpaid June 10,
1 1853 , ..148 63
.6143 901 7
. Bal.in the treasurey.
Town ry-i -j r X'uxtci.
Dr. To am't on duplicate of I p. c.ia I t. c,ik
1833 .!. I .1961 423
. 1852 collected.......
Cr. By am't of delinquents
of A. D. 1853
" By am't or treasurer's dc
' By am't of orders redeem
Dr. To am't on duplicate of.
... 1853 as levied by town-i
ship boards J
B. C at
10497 94' 4
' I 1
.1976 00 2
" To am't on duplicate of; I
' 1853 as levied by Ash-1 1
land U. School Board.1.!
' To am't duplicate of 1M53.I
levied oy iiouoon-
ville school district.
.1368 831 3
..111 56 4
11572 50 0
.1400 24 n
...60 00' n
To am't of delinquents of I j
185 collected.. i i.
To amount arising from
state com. acaool fuud
Tn am't Arisine from in- ,
terest on section 18..
.', Te am't arising from in
terest on western He-.
serve school fuud .
" To amonnt arising from,
show sicense received
" To amount arising from
interest on sec. 16 from
--. ! Kicbland county.
53 431 0
" To am't on handa Junei
t 10, 1853......
..1.. ,37109,28, 0
Dr. To am't brought over.
Cr. By am't or delinquents
of 1853 in Loudon ville1
1 r d. -..27169,28
' di.trict ............ ..Ii... 09 69,
. " .JBy am't oldeliaquenta ot. .
.... .. .-J853 in Ashland U, S. ...K.70ii8.l
" By am'tofilelinquentaoi I .
13 ' theseveraltownships.if;'.S17
t"-Py amt ortreasurer's fc
nrinter's on S.fund lev
! led by Tn-. and county. II.. 25
" By am't of treasure's per
"'. ?t. on Sec. 16and wes
i tern Keserve fund....
.15 63 -P
u By amt of t.reaaurer'8 perl
. if :cent onsnow iiceoav.
By am'tof school tax. re-i
' .funded, in Loudonville
'' 'By'am't of S. fax refund
ed in Vermillion Tp. ..
't By am't of S. tax refund
ed in Montgomery Tp.
" By am't of 6 'tax refund
ed in Clearcreak Tp. -By'am't
of S. tax refund-
;V . . ed Ahland U. S
Vj ;By amjtof orders',fedeem:
cd .. ,!.,.
Balance remaining 10 J77 -i
..I. ..48. 16 8
- I" '
Dr. To am't placed on du
plicate or 1853
" To am't -placed on dupli
cats of 1853 for paving
" To am't of delinquency
ol 1C53 collected
Cr. By am't or delinquents
" By am't of treasurer's &j
printer's fees j
44 By am't paid tieasurer of
" By am't paid treasurer of
..626 65 . D'.
..36 91 .9
1961 72 .0 ..
..94 851.0 ..
" By am't paid treasurer ofj!
- tion ..!
" By am't paid treasurer of
76 86'. 0
..5,86 .0 .290
Dr. To am't of delinquents
of 185-i collected
Cr. By amount of orders re
deemed .... . . .'
D. IC. St
..62 02! 0
43 43.. 0 43 43
Bal.in treasury Jj ...I.....
To total am't of etsten
fund collected and onli
C.- . )0.j-
.... 28970 91 2
' book - ! ..
' To total am'tof Co. Tnnd!
colleclec audou book.; ..
To total ani'i of bridge!
, fuud collecte-and onlj..
" To total am't of poor fundi
collected and on book!'..
I.S318 19, 4
' To total am't or building'
fund collected and on
To total ain't of town,
ship fund collected aud
on book . .
" To total am't of school'
.- fund collected and oi
' To total am't of corpora
tion, dec, collected ec
To total am't of road fund
collected aud on book! I
rar. Rt am't of ilAte fund
dieburacdA deli nqoent' 28965
By fim't of Co; fond dU-H 1
bursed and delinquent! IJ6296;
90 .4 ....
87 .0 i
56 .9 ....
Rv aimt of bridtre liind
. disbursed dc delinquent' .ll-iS.
By nm't of poor fund dt-:l
bursed and dell tiquent. I -IM
Bv am't of build... Z fund
disbursed & delinquent- .6143:
By am't of Tp. fund dis
bursed and delinquent i -2009
" By am't of school fund '
disbursed ft delinquent' 'Ztx.xs
;e -3 .
By am't ol corpora.! on
rund disbusred and de
linquetit . .............
By am't ol road mud dis
bursed and delinquent
Balance remaining in
29C2 80 .Sj
AuDi-roa's Orrics, Ashlaxo, June 24, 1854.
1 do heTchy c ertify the foregoing to be a correct
Exhibit of the Receipts and Expenditures of said
coun ty, from the 10th of June A. D., 1853, up to the
16th of June, A. D., 1854.
. Auditor of jttkland Cssxty.
Examined and approved by us, this 24th day of
June, A. V., 1854. 4w6
GEORGE McCONNELL,) r i.rr. af
AMOS H1LBOKN, i CJT.Vand rountf
LUKE SELBY S A'1 County.
MEDICATED INHALATION !
A iew itl fill oil.
A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY has
recently been made by Dr. urtis, for
the cure of Asthma, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, and all Lung Complaints; by
Medicated Inhalation. Dr. Curtis' Hygena, or
Inhaling Hygenian Vapor and Cherry Syrup,
has accomplished the most wonderful cures of
Asthma and Consumption in the City of New
York and vicinity for a few mouths past, ever
known to man. It is producing an impression
on Disease of the lungs never belore witness
ed by the Medical Profession. See certifi
cates in bands of Agents.
The Inhaler is worn on the breast, under the
linen, without the least inconvenience, the
heat of the body being sufficient to evaporate
the fluid, supplying the lungs constantly with
a healing and agreeable vapor, passing into
all the air-cells and passages ot the lungs that
cannot possibly be reached by other medicine.
Here is a case : . t
Asthma Cured, '
Bbooklik, N. Y., Dec. 20tb, 1853.
For about eight years I. have been severely
afflicted with the Asthma ; for the last two
years I have suffered beyond nil power of de
scription.; months at a time I have not- been
able . to sleep in bed fretting what rest I could
sitting in my chair:- My difficulty of breathing,
and my sufferings were so. great at times, that
for Jtours together my friends expected each
hour would be my last. During the past six
years I have had the aid and attendance ol
some of ihe most celebrated physicians, bat
have received no permanent benefit, and but
little relief. I at length had the good fortune
to procure Dr.- Curtis' Hygeana Vapor and
Cherry Syrup.' - At the lime I first-obtained it,
I was si-tiering under one -f my mo-t violent
attacks, and was in great distress, almost suf
focating for want ot breath, - Id less than ten
minutes from the- tune I . applied the Inhaler
to my stmomach, and -took- a teaspoonfu of the
Cherry Syrup, I was relieved in a great meas
ure from the difficulty of breathing, and-had
a comfortable nig-ht.- T have -since continued
it with the greatest -possible- oonefit. and' am
now comparatively well.- - God only knows the
amount of suffering this medicine has relieved
me from. My advice to the suffering is, try it.
i' ::' MARGARET EASTON,
Consumption Cured. :;
.,-.'; New York, Dec. 27th, 1853.
-1 came to New York in the ship Telegraph ;
my native place ts St. John's, New Brunswick;
when I reached this city, my- health was very
poor : had a very bad cough, raised a good deal
of matter, which was frequently mixed with
blood; bad pain in my left side, and was very
thin aud. emaciated. My friends and physician
pronounced my case Consumption, and beyond
the reach of medicine. I accidentally heard
of Dr. Curtis' Uygeoia, or inhaling Hygean Va
por nnd Cherry Syrup, and obtained a package,
which I verily believe was the meana of saving
my life. Soon alter .wearing the Inhaler. 1
took the Cherry Syrup as directed, and con
tianed to do so, my courh gradually growing
better, until it entirely left me, and I now con
aider myself cured? I still wear the Inhaler,
as the use of it ia rather pleasant, and believing
it strengthening and purili ing to the lungs, I
fuel unwilling at present to dispense with it.
Sold by Boyd & Paul, No. 149 Chambers t.;
C. H. Ring, corner nf John. street and Broad
way, N. Y. Price $3 a package.
N. B. Any person inclosing 83 to Boyd &
Paul, or Curtis & Perkins, New York, wil re
ceive a package containing a bottle of Hygean
Vapor, one of Cherry Syrup, and an Inhaler
in a neat box, by express, tree to any part of
the United Siates; or four packages for 910
June 7, 1854 ly2.
NEW JEWELRY STORE
III AI1I,.M !
IR. GOODFRLLOW haa opened in the
new room, two doors east of Messrs. Ris
ser & Risser's Store, on Main street, a
Watch and Jewelry Establishment,
where he will offer every article usually kept
in sucb establishments, at very low rates.
Among his stock may be found -iold and
Sil-ver W atclits, of every description, va
riety and quality. Pins, Ladies' Gold Broach
es, Grape, Enameled, Cluster, Knot, Cuff and
EAR DROPS, HOOKS AND RINGS.
Gold Rings, Lockets, Pencils, Gold Chains,
Bagley' Gold Pens and Holders, large as
sortment. : SILKIER mpoo.hm.
Table and Tea Spoons of pure silver, Ger
man Silver and plated . Spoons, Butter Knives,
Saltand Sugar Shovels, Silver Forks, Ac, Ac.
Pooltot Z3-u.-tXoxt3T, .
of every description, from tbe beat American
and English establishments. Also Needles,
Port Monies, Dressing and Pocket Combs, and
Pocket Books, Violin and Guitar Strings. .
". Goggles, lij e Shades, Compasses
and Acnrdeons. F.igbt Day and Twenty-four
Hour Brass Clocks, in the most splendid Pa
pier Machea, Rose Woo3 and Mahogant case-.
;WATCHES AND CLOCKS
Cleaned and repaired,' and work warranted.
Old Gold and Silver bought at the highest
price. 1 invite the public to examine my Stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
" I. R. GOODKELLOW.
Ashland,' Dec. 21,1853. 31tf.
Important DlscoTery J
RELIEF IX. TEN MINUTES!!
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS are unlail.
in) in the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, bronchitis, Sore Throats, Hoarseness,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption, aud
Disease of the .Lungs. , They have no taata of
medicine, andany child will take them. Thou
sands have been restored to health that had
before diapaired. Testimony given in bundreda
of cases. A single dose relieves in ten min
utes I I-' .!". '-'-' :--' '
--Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers the orig
inal and onlyf geaulhejT' stamped "Bryan."
Sptiri-ia kinds are dffeted','f6rvale. Twenty
five cent a box. Sold by dealers generally.'
J. BRYAN & Co-i Rochester, New York, Pro
prietor. .Whole sale by 1. D. Park, Cincin-
nattfOhio j w. KJsKeMereiapo.uiHO,
Fehtirary 8, 1854- n38tf. 1 - "
HOI FOR NEBRASKA L
Another Arrival of New Goods
T. C. BLTSIINELL,
1" OR the third time thia season, sends forth
. his proclamation to the People i f Ashland
and surrounding counties, announcing that he
has just received a fresh supply of new
which he ia bound to sell at some price during
the Summer, snd make room lor his Fall sup
ply. The only "advantages" ol which he
can boast are, that he has the newest goods, the
latest stylet, the largest assortment, and can sell
his goods as
CHEAP, IF NOT CHEAPEE,
than any establishment in the county. He has
long since found out that the people will help
those who help them, and it is no n utter of sur
prise that the great rush is In the People's Em
porium, and that the "Old Fortresses" are
comparatively deserted, since bis second stock
of. New Gouds has arrived. " ..
I have an unsurpassed assortment of Plain
and Figured Dress Hits, Foreign and Domestic
Lawns , and Ginghams, every description of
V hite Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, and, in short,
every description of .;.
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS!
necessary to complete a Lady's Wardrobe.. Let
it be distinctly understood, that I have the lar
gest and best assortment of
; ;: ; QW&WW &Ti'2 ' . ;
over brought to Ashland, and ye who doubt i'
call and see for yourselves. ladies, if you wan1
to purchase Queenaware, the People's Empori
um is the place to get it. i In the
I am fully prepared to meet any demands that
may be made upon me. My Stoc of C.'oths,
t'assimeree, Vestings, and - -
LINEN DRESS GOODS!
is very extensive, lists and Caps, in abundance.
I nave also a large, assortment of
and am also prepared to do custom work on
short notice, and warranted to give satisfaction.
In conclusion I have only to say that the
Stock is complete in all its parts, and I can
warrant satisfaction either in quul ty, quantity,
or price. Highest market price paid tor
and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ashland, June 21, 1854. 4tf
HAVE A HAT, SIR?
SOW AltltlVING IT THE
ASHLAND HAT STORE !
i N immense assortment ol new
HATS AND CAPS!.
for the summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, con
sisting of a large variety of
SILK HATS !
from $2 to $5; Kossuth Hats from 50 eta. to
$2,60; Magyar Hats, from $1 to 83; Otter
Hats, from $2 to $3,50; a large assortment of
considered the most tasty, comfortable and dur
able summe Hatr cow in use, from $2 to $3,
50 ;Leghorn, from 75 to $1,25; Beaver Hata
from $3,50 to $5. Also a complete assortment
CHIP AND STRAW HATS! -
Also, an endless variety of Men's and Boy's
SUMMER HATS !
and all kinds of Children's Hats.. It would be
useless to attempt to enumerate the entire
stock, as it is admitted on all bands to be tbe
largest snd best selected stock of bats, erer
br ought to Ashland County. The subscriber
respectfully requests the public to call and
examine his stock, whether they buy or not..
SHEEP PELTS !
The subscriber will pay cash for any quanti
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered at his Store, op
posite the Frsnlin House, and one door East
of the Post Office, Ashland, Ohio.
' M. CAMPBELL.
Ashland, April 19th, IS54. n4Stf :
S KILLING & BURNS
HAVE the pleasure of informing the puhlic
in general, that they have just reoeived
Irani New-York their Spring and Summer
Stock of Goods, which they offer to sell at
very low prices. To be convinced of this fact
the public wilt only have to tall and examine
their large and varied Stock of, 1
Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths, Cassimeres, Vest
ings, , Summer Stuffs, Leghorn and Palm-
L.eaf MATS UJiUCAJLLES,
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS
tvaTTo the Ladies.- We
in great variety
attention to our; Stock of DRESS GOODS,
which is one of the most desirable ever oBored
ia Ashland. And to the. comraunity'in general
we say, that we will not be undersold by; any
hrtn in this or adjoining Counties ; tor we are
determined, by close attention to business, to
see how low we can sell Goods and make a liv
ing. In short, our Stock is very complete ; and
no pains, on our part, will be spared to make
our Store the scat cf general attraction t.'iro'
out the season, by constant supplies of each
Goods as the country requires, and at prices
that will be certain to give satisfaction..
J. D KILLING,
- ' ;' H. BURNS.
Ashland, May 24th, 1854- 3ml ' :
YOlTci-N'T BEAT; THE JEWS!
50,000 Majority, and all the Counties
- not heard from, for the
CIothiDg and Furnishing Depot I
S. APPLE & CO.,
MAIN TREET, ASHLAND,. O.
HIS extensive establishment hasjust
received the largest and best select
ed stock of clothing, snd gentlemen's
furnishing goods, ever brought to this town or
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
suitable for tbe largest man or smallest boy,
and atpricea that will perfectly astonish yon.
Come right along aud examine our stock,
and see for yourselves. Here you will find
cartloads of coats, cords of trowsers, and a
'tarnel pile of vests of every style and vrai
ety, large enough and small enough, warm
enough and cool enough for any season. Our
stock of Furnishing goods is complete; con
sisting of Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Wrappers,
Drawers, Stc, Ac, in fact everything to fit oat
s man in perfect order.' Our motto is Quick
Sates and Small Profits , and no charge for show,
ing our goods.
of all kinds, made to order. The Foreman in
this department is one of the. best workmen
IB ohi-; - U .:..'u '-S X? i i
Recqllect -jthe-'vplace,: one dooreast of
Squires, and one door west of Wallack &
Coffin's Store. This exteusive stock is under
the direction of our agent, Mr. Z. Greenwald,
. S. APPLE & CO., Philadelphia.
April 5, 1854. 46tf : , .
' SCITHEREAN ILLUSTRAL,
Or Great Western Hair Restorative
IT promotes the griwth, softens, makes per
manent, and restores the natural color ot
the hair, it giveshealthto the skin and to the
glands which form- the' hair,-' removes all
Scurf,' Dandruff, Eruptions and Feverish Heat
from the scalp. It fastens hairv prevents bald-nei-",'asd
even causes a full growtu where the
hair has fallen off, Jt contains no coloring mat
ter, but effects its wonderful change ia the
condition of .the hair, by giving health to
the skin of the head, and glands which form
the hair. ' -'-'
Price 50 cts.' per bottle. A liberal deduc
tion made to wholesale purchasers. Address J.
HIGH WARDEN, Ashland, Ashland county,
Ohio.' ., , "! . -.
. January, 11th, 1853. - '" :J ' "' 34tr
Nave your AleM ! ' ;'
ASHES wanted by the subscriber, at bis
Ashery in Ashland, for which the highest
market price will be paid in goods. '
.., . - . T. c. BUSHNELL.- f
October 26, 1853. ' - Sitf
IS kept in full blast, by the constant arrivnl
of Staple and Fancy Goods, from the east
ern Manufactories, embracing a beautiful
such as rich Broeades, Piaidsand Fancy Dress
Silks, Plain and Hich High Lustred Black
Silks, Plain Mode Colored Merinos,: Cashmere
Delainei, Coburgs and Paramatas, Silk and
Woolen P. aids, Elegantly Rich Printed .De
laines, Black and Colored Alpacas,-French,
English and American ' " ,.
PRINTS AND GINGHAMS!
Dress Trimmings, of every style and variety;
Shawls of every description; Bonnet and Csp
Ribbons; Taffitu, Satin and Velvet Ribbons;
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
Plain and Embroidered Linen Cambric Hand,
kerchiefs; Ladies ana Gentlemen's Gloves,
Cravats, Scarfs, Under Garmel.ts, Ac. "
Also Broad Cloths, all colors, and prices;
Sattinetts and Caisimeres. Tweeda. and. Drill,
ings; Vestings, Satius, Buffs,' Marseilles, Ae.
In short, every article in the Gentleman's De
partment, u ".:.; '.!.! ir.ii. a' .i;..
- HOUSE-WIFERY AND FAMILY GOODS! " '
Sueb as Linen and Cotton Sheetings nod Shirt
inga, Table Damasks, Napkins, Towels, Tow
el ings, Crashes, Diapers, Ac, Ac, which we
are prepared to sell at as low prices as can be '
(ound in this or any market csfaf New York.
An examination .of my Stock by the public is
respecti'uly solicited. ... ,
. ' . ' i!'J.lR. SQUIRE.
: ? ; , u-j .
N." B. I. would call the . attention, of. my
friends and cur turners to the fact, that i have
removed from the Empire Store to the Id
Fortress nearly opposite". Don't mistake. the
place.: ; - : - . . ' J i'trt .
; Ashland. Marh 29,' 1S54.
. LATEST SDAIMER STT tES !
MRS. PILGRIM & CO.,1 would reap'ectfiiily
inform the Ladies of Ashland, and vicin
ity, that they s.ii continue the ' " :- :"'
Millinery and Dress Makmg BuBinesai,1
at their old stand, one door east of the Times'
printing o Dice, and having just received: the
LATEST CUMMER STYLES, and from their
long experience in the busineps, fee', fully con
fident of giving entire satisfaction to all who
may favor them with their patronage. .
Ashland, July 5, 1864. . . n6tf
Hayesville Marble Shop,
Mcknight & king
Manufacturers tif Monuments; Tomb
Stones, Tables, 4-c, of Italian and"
American Marble: ,
rpHANKFUL for past favors, would
JL respectfully inform the citizens of Aab
land and the adjoining counties, that thay con
tinue theabove business in all : ita , various
branches; ai.d having no Agents, they can and
will sell Grave tones from 10 to 15 per cent,
cheaper than f-kopscan that employ Agents.
It is evident that per-eon buying of Agents
must pay the expenses of that Agency. Shop
on Main street, one door eaat of the Penn
sylvania House. . 13tf '-..-:
YlE RH 0 U S E .
MICHAEL' MILLER presents his" regards
to his friends and the public generally,
ind respectfully announce that he has opened
a Public Honse for the accommodation of tbe
traveling public, directly .opposite, tho Samp
sell House, Main Street, Ashland; where he
will be glad to accommodate all who may .favor
him with a call. His table will always be sup
plied with the luxuries ..of the season His
parlors and sleeping apartments are large and
commodious. i Good stabling for horns will also
be provided, ..and afaithful Hostler always in
attendance.' : , . - -. -t,? r ; t
Boarding for' private families or single per
son can be had at reasonable rates. ' -' , '
.... ... : . : I-, :.:..:) y f.A rA
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT;
,. In -connection with the Hotel, he -will also
continue ttkeep open his BAKERY AND RES
TAR ANT, where he will at all times keep ea
Confectionaries, Pies, Bread. Cakes,
all kind of Temperance driaka. and, ia short
every I uxury to- be found on the tables of first
class eating houses.
5r- He -withes it distinctly understood, that no
LUTOXICATINfi LIQVOHS' ii J
will be. kept, either ia the Hotel or Saloon.
; Ashland, March 8th, 1854.' n42 -tf.
MANSFIELD'S : ?
' - ' '- PATENT ' ' '"''
CLOVER HULLIXG AND CLEANING MACHINE!
";-rT' AS 'awarded the Tirst Premium ai the
W World's Fair, in New York j in- 1853.
Also at the Ohio State Fairs, lot three suceeas
ive yean; and at all other plrces, whenever
exhibited. Warranted to hull and clean from 20
to 40 bushels per day, or from 2 to 5 baabelsper
hour; and with a new improvement, (now be
ing Patented) to be attached 'to tne Machines
made in 1854, they will bull and clean one fourth
more in tbe same time. ' - ' '-'
For sale by M. H. MANSFIELD, (
Sole Manufacturer, Ashland, Ohio.;
June 14, 1854. " . ,.3tf. .
N. B. Prosecutions will be promptly om
saanced for any infringement ot the - right of
he Pattentee. ' . : . ; M. H. M.
i 2STX ..::..;.'i
ERNST BACHERER respeetfbHy aano'nn
ces to his friends and lovers of good lirisg
generally, that he has made a complete reno
vationin his establishment, one door west eX
the McNulty House, Ashland, Ohio, aad will
keep constantly on hand during the ensuing
summer every luxury, usually found in thi
market. ' '
N. 'B. Know all men, that -no- intoaueeting
liquorwill be kept in my establishment.; .
As'iland, March Kth, 1854. n42 tf. ' t
CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN !
IOWA I.AM FOR SALE.
THE attention of per efti?: ny
son wishing to pur-..,iS
cnase - western ianu is . i:. . ..
called to a tract lying in JE
Muskateen County. Iowa, aasaaaaw
upon the east half of the south-west quarter of
section leven,in township eventyieight, north
of rsnge one, west, containing- eighty acre.
Said land ia dry Prairie, haa oa it a never fail
ing Spring, lie in the midst of a thickly settled
country, and within a few mile of the county
seat. Term reasonable. For further particu
lars inquire at this office. - . J .- t,
June 28, 1854. : . :6"S .. r; r..
A NEW AND : IMPORTANT
. ROUTE TO : TRAVELLEkS. -
THE : under
com m e n c ed
running a EX
Ashland to Loudonville .leaving ; .Ashland
every Monday, Wednesday and Faiday at 8 of
clock, A.M.and arriving at Loudonville at 2 P.
M., connecting with the S o'clock P. M. train
for Pittsburgh and the 4 o'clock P M train for
Crestline same day. Leaving Loudonville
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday vn
the arrival ol Eastern train at 10 A. M., and
arrive at Ashlaad at 3 P, .M. -thereby enab.
ling passenger to go cither East or . "West
the cars same day. or those coming pn ntornir
train either from East or West ean 4jet to ' AL
laad without 'delay ; and citiseaa. wishing, to
visit the south part of the county, can have in
opportunity to transact thair business and re
turn the line trip,' and t'e Terse. 'Fain
through on dollar. - : :. '. tiMi .v ii.i
A liberal deduction to families and pleas
ure parties. Enquire of tbe undersigned at
the 'Franklin "House in, Ashland, or at tbe
Ratfrpad Depot. orPost Office i a Loudonville.
Passengers tak -n to or from any Hotel ei
ther at Ashlasd -or LosdonvDle. A ir
j, Ashland, Jary 13, 1863.: : . ;f; i3i . T
Old iron Wantrd.; ;' J-
TUTt aubssriher will pay CASH fersay anaatiM
ofold metal delivered at his foundry in Ashlsnf -Feb.
1 . 37tf. M. H . MANSFIKLD
' .iMlJ'rfSV'-1' ' - '."