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: THE AUSTRIAN , CAPITAL.
:-We find the) following picture of Vienna
and its people in tha Northern Advocato
' Written, we : believe,' by Presbyterian
clergyman of Western New York, now
on a tour through Europe, and wlio
' .pent some time in Austria and Prussia:
It is always interesting to study into
the amusement of tho people,, for they
. nive a true idea of their character. The
stump was the first product of American
idustry, and to this day nothing attracts
-a, greater crowed than tne popular ice-
' sture ana trie political speecn.. J.nat
as it should be. A he great Kr. Chan
; sing said that the study of political ques
" tions was pre-eminently fitted to develop
. the character of tne people, and among
the Athenians the man who did not med
dle in politics was considered not a blame-
less but also a uselss person. 1 mean
politics in the true sense of the word,
' which have to do with the relations of
man to man.
But in Vienna the pursuit of pleasure
which in fact appears to be the principal
occupation of all classes, lies in- a diner
- nt direction. Tho Athenian idea of
politics has been so completely distorted
by the Austriana, that any one who ven
tures to trouble himself seriously with
them, is soon placed h w ds combat by
the police. I he people are taught to
leave all the cares of government to the
Emperor." Hence we are not troubled
with congressional debates or mass meet
ings; there are no popular lectures as in
. America. V iennese pre-eminently enjoy
. the cood thin its of this world, lney cat
:i like AustriaDs. smoke with tho est of
" 'Dutchmen; and drink Kaiser beer with
the capacity of Bavarians. Their chief
solace, however, lies in music and danc
ing. r Orphc8 must have lived in Vienna
i or at least paid the Viennese an early
visit. They welcomeja great musician as
they would the .bniperor of the .Russians
The first draw ot the nddle bow ol otra
uss and Lanner sets all Vienna in
During the carnival, which lasts six
weeks, prelates and peeresses, professors
and students, omcers and waiters, J ews,
Turks and Christians, have been capering
and waltxng as if dancing could dispel
the horrors of war and drive away the
fears of a ; revolution. Last Sunday
there were no less than ninety six public
balls in Vienna. J. be private balls on
the same day would increase the number
to two hundred. Jenny Lind Gold-
schmidt is to give a grand concert on
Sunday week. '. Great preparations are
being made for grand fetes and illumina
tions to be held in honor of the Emperors
marriage, which is to take place next
. month. He marries the Princess of
A few evenings since, I was in the
- EliBeum, a classic land, where thousands
of the Viennese bourgeoisie repair for
'.entertainment, and. where among the
crowds, archdukes may not unfrequently
be seen.' The Eliseum consists of avast
number of subterranean apartments, ex
- avated beneath several streets, and fitted
up so as to represent the several quarters
of the globe, ihc different apartments
" are connected by long passages, and are
; marked " .Europe, "Asia," "Afrua,
&o. A Bhort railway leads to the El
' Dorado and on it I passed a fine natural
-'representation of Niagara Falls. The
gTove of palm trees, the fountains and
- waterfalls, and the thousand lights dart
, ing from the mouths of serpents almost
..make the Eliseum a fairy land. Tho
wit of the improvisators, the songs of
the Tyrolese and the music of the X rou
badors contribute to make the place a
favorite resort. During the carnival it
' is always crowded. No one should visit
Vienna without going to the Eliseum.
-. Don't Belong to Your . Societt.
In a certain country town in which reli
gious differences were notably fostered,
t tho orthodox minister was once present
ed with a tame raven, which by its for-
mcr owner, had been taught to ' talk,' or
at any rate to pronounce certain words
with much distinctness. For sometime
after its reeeption, the worthy clergy
; man was ignorant of the extent of the
birds accomplishments, and especially of
. the fact that some words pronounced by
it were decidedly nnclerical and profane.
"At length an 'old lady, a notorious dis
.putant, belonging to another society,
-chanced to pay a visit to the clergyman's
'wife. -"The raven perching himself upon
' the back of a chair, eyed her steadily for
a long time, and at length cocking his
head aside very gravely, and peering
close in her face, shouted aloud to the
-horror of both ladies and others assem
' bled ""D ye 1 1) n ye !"
he1 old lady rose in high dudgeon,
and facing her denouncer, as she turned
to 'depart retorted, in a loud voice, and
.with a .very red face " Don't yer d n
me ' yon good for nuthing orthodox
.creeter, I don't belong to your society.
T : !.:. ;
iO ' .
.iiv Woclpext Bite. A witty clergy
"man had been leeturing one evening in
"a cduntry village, on the subjeet of tem
perance, and, as usual, after the lecture,
the pledge was. passed round for - signa
"'Pass.it along that way," said the
lecturer, pointing towards a gang of bloa
ted and lednosed loafer? near the door.
" Pass it along pgfdSjeps some of these
jgentleman would like tb join our cause."
We don't dite at a bare hook," gruff
ly muttered one of the rummies.
.7.,?..Weli,,' replied the ready clergyman,
" I believe there is a kind, of fish called
suckers, that do not bite."
Always Uppermost. The subject of
dollars and cents is the only thing that
'keeps up its interest.' Just as if, by be
coming a millionaire, you could eat more
- than three meals a day with a relish, or
-wear more than ona suit of clothes at a
time, . ' What good, then, is it to have
heaps of the dirty stuff laid up to terrify
vou with the failure of banks, and the
bursting of all kinds of dollar and cent
bubbles that spring up. Enough is
enough, and all else is vexation to the
"spirit 1 ' - ; ' , :
- JC3." A sporting gentleman in Mobile
.las offered five hundred dollars to any
Iman in Alabama who will drive six cats
'together in harness. To keep up the
,:fiin we offer another five hundred to that
jnan who will drive two sorrel pigs up
an alley without using a cane or blasphe--jning.
Who takes the bet?
p.'.t . -
Jtfff- " Mrs. H., do yon take milk in
rbur tea? '.'' '
i' No, I thank you; the superfluity of
the milk added to the navority ot the
heart, renders the conglomeration insup--pertably
yobnoxiors to my diabolical ap-
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
ro91 AN ACT
To rand an set entttlrd " u act to provide for
the organization cr tne cnieaa incorporaira
Villagce," and the act amendatory thereto. raa'
ed Marrb nth, lt-zj.
Section 1. He it enacted ly the Gf7i-
eral Assembly of the State of Ohio, That
section fourteenth, of said amendatory
act, be so amended as to read as follows:
Section 14. Any incorporated city.
whether of the first or second class, shall
have power tor commercial purposes
wnen in ine juugemeni oi me cuy coun
cil, the interest of such city requires the
same to be done, to construct, open, cx
cavate, improve, enlarge, or extend any
canal, ship channel, or water course, lo
cated within the limits of such city, and
which is not owned in whole or in part
by the State, or by any company, or in
dividual, authorized by law to construct
the same, and shall have power likewise
to light the same, and to keep the same
in proper repair; and for the purpose of
defraying the expense thereof, such city
council may assess a charge upou the
lots or parcels of land, through or along
which such canal, ship channel, or water
course niav nass. or which mav be im
proved thereby, or upon the owners of
the same; such charges to be in propor
tion to the foot front of such lots, or par
eels of land, or to the value of tho same
as entered upon the duplicate of the
proper county for taxation, and such
charge shall bo collected in the manner
provided for the collection ot other taxes.
imposed by such city council, either all
in one year, or by instalments eacu year,
for any number of years not exceeding
four years, as shall be directed by san
city council, and to enable the city coun
cil to enter at once upon such improve
ments, such city council are hereby au
thorized to borrow any sum not exceed
ing ten thousand dollars, at a rate of in
teres t not exceeding seven per cent, per
... ... , .i
annum, and to issue its Donas or other
evidence of indebtedness thereof, payable
at such time or times not exceeding five
years from the date of such assessment
with annual interest, at a rate not great
er than aforesaid, as such city council
may deem advisable ; and the amount so
assessed and collected, as aforesaid shall
bo appropriated exclusively to the pay
ment of the sum or sums so borrowed :
and that said original section fourteen be,
and the same is hereby repealed.
Sec. 2. That whenever it shall, in
the estimation of such city council, be
deemed expedient to purchase or appro
priate lands for the purpose of construc
ting, opening, extending, enlarging, or
otherwise improving such canal, ship
channel, or water-course, they are hereby
authorized to make such purchase, or to
cause such appropriation to be made in
the manner provided by law, and to assess
a general tax upon alt the taxable prop
erty of such'city, for the purpose of de
fraying the expense of such purchase, or
such appropriation, tne same to De levied
all m one year, or by successive instal
ments, for a series of years not exceeding
ten years, at the option of such city couu-
cil ; and in order to meet such expenso at
once, they are hereby authorized to bor
row the necessary amount, at a rate of
interest not exceeding eight per cent per
annum, and to issue their bonds of in
debtedness therefor, payablo at such
time or times, not exceeding ten years
from the date of such purchase or appro
priation, as such city council shall deem
proper; and the proceeds of such tax
shall be appropriated exclusively to the
payment fo the sum or sums so borrow
ed, as last aforesaid.
Sec. 3. No order of such city coun 1
as aforesaid for constructing, excavating,
opening, enlarging, extending, or im
proving such canal, ship channel, or water-course
shall be made, except on the
petition of two-thirds of the resident own
ers of the lots of land through or by which
said canal, ship channel, or water-course
Speaker of the House of Reps.
President of the Senate.
April 29, 1854.
AN ACT To provide) for the distribution of
docamenta to the publiehars ot newspapera
ad;periodicale in thi State
SeC 1. Be it enacted by the General
Assembly of the State of Ohio, Thet it
shall be the duty of the Secretary of
State, biennially, each year when the
Legislature is not in session, to forward
by mail or express, at the expense of the
State, to the publisher of every news
paper and periodical in Ohio, so soon as
published one copy of the message and
reports of the officers of the executive de
partment, the reports of the public State
institutions, and of all general and special
reports required by law to be made to the
General Assembly, and the postage and
express charges shall be be paid out of
the contingent tund ol the secretary
of State. Said messages and reports
shall be supplied out of any that may be
printed in pursuance of any law now or
hereafter in force.
. W. B. VAN HOOK,
Speaker of the House of Reps, pro tem.
President of the Senate.
April 7, 22 54.
Secretary of State's Office,?
Columbus, March 1, 1854. )
I.William Trevitt, Secretaay of State of the
State of Ohio, hereby certify that the foregoing
laws are correctly copied from the original
rolls on file in this office.
Secretary of State.
I, Isaac Gates. Auditor of Ashland county.
certify that the foregoing laws are correctly
copied from the authorized publication of the
same by the Secretary ot the State ot Uhio.
15AAU lAlt-s, Auditor.
Ashland, June 14, '54. f
New Cabinet Wareroom
THE subscriber respectfully annonnces
that he has permanently located himself
in the town of Orange, Ashland county, Ohio,
where he is prepared to manufacture all kind
of Cabinet Ware, such asl
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS,
Dining Tables. Centre fables.
d ANE-BOTTOMED CH AIRS
to order, on the shortest notice and most rea
sonable terms. Particular attention given to
UNDERTAKING BUSINESS !
Country Produce taken in eichangefor work,
and Cash always acceptable.
Orange, April 5, 1S54. 46t
BARBER'S LINE OF HACKS,
land for New
at 7 o'clock
ii A M cod-
ect ion with the cars on the Cleveland Colum
bus and Cincinnati Rail Road.
Returning, leave Mew London alter tne ar
rival of the trains.
Leave Ashland for Mansfield on Mondays,
Wedneedaysand Fridays, at 7 o'clock, PM.,
Leava Ashland for Wooster on Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays at o'clock P M.
ALL k I H HS
" Jl :n s 'r J,'1X V"-- ti
" . lV5
Importers, .Manufacturer) Coin-
mission SIercts(int and Dealers li
ITEIT VAKICTT OF
English, German, French and American
rillilS House having the largest and most va-
1 nous stock in the United Mates, ar fur
nishing Hardware Merchants, Contractors,
Tinners 8tc, with everything they want on as
good or bet let terms, than they can boy in New
xoik, Hoston,or elsewhere. 1 hey invite in-
vestigatroa.. JAM KS M. ALLLK,
6mo n2 Traveling Agent.
Curled Hair Maltrcsses and Bedding.
PATENTED IN THE
UNITED STATES', ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
OU K Mattresses and curled hair having taken
Uiulomas and Medals br competition in toe
principal Stales in the Union and also having-beeu
awarded the Prize Medal at the World's Fair in
London as the verv ben article manufactured, are
confidently offered to the community as a great
desideraum lor pure sweet sieep.
- J he piecessby whicn our nair is manufactured.
entirely precludes tbe possibility of motb or other
insect annoyances engendering therein as proved
by tbe severest tests ol aoallzation and by testimo
nials from tbe first chemists of tbe age, from which
we extract as ioiiows :
-Experiment has demonstrated that the punying
ageul made use of in manufacturing your patent
curted bair is especially destructive of animal
lire, tbat it nas tne lacuityoi oieacmugano clean
ing tbe fibre, and tbat it is the most powerful dis-
nlecliug body at present Known to science.
n. i.r. i nLDl. 1. u.
Professor of Chmistry and Toicology in tbe
Medical College of tbe London Hospital.
I cheerfully state tbat the article submitted to
your process must be pure and sweet and will be
found of great value and from proof exhibited to
me I am conndent tbat tne process employed ex
ceed all oilier metnods ol preparation.
w. tseAi'H, oi. D.,
We also keep constantly on band a full supply
of Pillows and uolHters, under Maltradses aud
Heading of all descriptions and a large assortment
of wall raper and winnow Knades, upnolstry
goods, curtains, lounges, etc., occ.
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly at
WISDOM oc Co.
43 Pultes Block Bank at.
Juue 4, 1P54. n3tf
CITIZENS OF OHIO!
AWAKE TO YOUR INTERESTS !
riiHh subscriber again appears before you,
I giving you fair notice of the arrival of a
arger stock of
Than he has ever offered t j the fair Sons and
daughters ol old Wayne and surrounding Coun
ties. Owing t" our being in the e-aslern Mar-
ets when most kinds of Goods experienced a
DECLINE IN PRICES!
We were enabled to buy our goods at such
Low Prices that we doty any competition iu
the wayof Cheap Goods for Cash : oui stock is
comprised ol everything in theory Ooodt and
notion line: also, an assortment of
for Men and Boys. Also, the leading articles
f GROCKRlfeS, aucti UoJ)ny Sugar, Tea,
Tobacco, Ire. in ail inese deportments we can
how you Goods. As lor prices we can beat the
World: and in saying this we do not wish to be
considered aa Dragging, but telling yon plain
matter ot tact. Loot it ions ol tiir prices
we can snow you
Brown Muslin for. .......
Bleached do good ......
. ..6t cts. per yd.
...6i - "'
Cotton Glovea and Stockii
ags.Ub per pair.
Good Lawos ........
..6 " per yd.
. 10 cts.& upward.
4 Table Diaper
Fast Colored Calico........
ilk Lace Veila
Good Black Silk
In all departmenta of our atock you will find
the above statement of prices corresponding.
Ail we asc is a looK before you ouy. i he price
I onrGoods is a sure thing lor your money. In
Ladiet' Drett Goodt we are all fixed. . Lawns,
Herges, Plain Black, Striped, Barred and
Changeable Silis at all prices. Our stoci: of
SILK B ONNE TS,
lakes 'em all down." Can sell new style
Gimp Bonnets for 25 cents. Every body that
comes to Wooster, comes to our store and sees
the show of prices and stvles. We wont
chargH you anything to loot. Country Mer-
haots supplied with their wbole stocxs at low
rices and fair terms, at our store at the Otd
Stand East of the American Hotel.
May 3d, 1854. naOtf
Books for the Million.
THE subscriber having purchased the entire
stock ol Books and Stationery, belonging
to W. H. H. Po'tei, former proprietor ot the
shland Book Store, respectfully snnonnces
that he will cont-nue the business at the old
stand, and will always hivr on hand
Standard Miscellaneous Works,
ooks, Pamphlets, Magazines, School Books,
Maps, &c-,ltc. Also Pocket Cutlery, Port Mo
es, Memorandums, fa as Books, Blank Books,
Plain and fancy Cards, Porte r olios, Writing
Materials, Cap Letter, Bath Note, Drawing,
Tisaue and Fancy Paper, Bristol Board, Ptain
and Fancy Note Letter and Envelopes, Ar-
old's black, red and carmine Writing rluid,
Fiber's, Brookman & Langdon's, and other
celebrated Lead Pencils, round and square,
lates and Slate Pencils, Gold Pens and Ca-
In a word, eve rything usually kept in a first
la-s Book Store. Prices as low aa any town
n the country.
As he has engaged in the ousiness with the
tention of "making a living" at it, he is de
rmined to become an efficient caterer for
public, if money and unwearied attention to
the business will accomplish the end. Per
sons wishing books but seldom called for, can
ave them promptly ordered from eastern
onses at reasonable rates. All the latest
ublications will be found upon his shelves.
He hopes to teccive a liberal share ot the pub
lic patronage. H. W.JMHOFF.
Ashland, April 6, 1SSS4. " 4bU
STATUTES OF OHIO!
In force Jan. 1854, with references to
nor laws, in one large Uclavo I oluem.
From the Jodoes or ths Sopsehk Ccoa-r.
The undersigned have examined Swan's Re-
sed Statutes of Ohio, for 1854. This volume
contains a compilation of the Statutes of Ohio
i force on the hrst of January, lbo4. The de
ft n and arrangement of the Book are good,
nd carried out with great care and accuracy;
and we think the work of great utility, and re
flects much credit upon the Compiler and Pub
lisher. JOHN A. CORWIN,
R. P. RANNEY, A. G. THURMAN,
T. W. BABTLEV, WM. B. CALDWELL.
The underaigned having examined Swan's
Statutes, concur in the above opinion.
D. O. MORTON,
Dist. Atty. U. S. Court, Dist. of Ohio.
GEO. W. McCOOK.
Atty. Gen. of State of Ohio.
It will be found an indispensable hand-book
toevory Justice of the Peace and Constable, as
we: I as every Lawyer or public officer. The
book will be sent free of charge to any one on
receipt of $5.
Address if. CTiCXnOR & CO.,
Law Booksellers, Mansfield, Ohio.
March 22nd, 1854. 44tf
ALAKSOK WALKER announces to the public
that be is now prepared to make coffins on
tne shortest notice, at prices much less than tbey
arefmadeTat any other sbop in Ashland. He can be
t- Tit -- -' .
found at KriechbaunVs old shop, 3d St., Ashland.
:o, m. J
TO BE HAD VERY CHEAP I!
TNVITE the attention of the People in 1
T NVITE the attention of the People in this
I Congressional District, to their immense
block ol Hardware just received, connoting-of
every article in the Trade used by the mosj ex
truvagant aa well as the most economical purch
aser, wnetner Building Hardware, Mechanics
1 oula, riouse-keepers articles, or Farming 1m
pliments. Jo any of the above goods, we hate
a lamer Stock than any one Store in Mansfield
or Wooster, and as it has long since been ac
knowledged by every body, that we sell better
goodt for the tame money, than either Mansfield
or Wooster can do ; all we ask is, that Buyers
win consult tneir own interest, by making an
examination of our Stock, before purchasing
elsewhere. All goodt sold by as, if not found
as represent eu can 03 returned.
JOHNS 4- ALLEN,
Acjoining the Bank.
May 3, 18S4. nOOtf
JUST RECIEVED !
BY JOHNS & ALLEN.
SO dox. Sheep Shears, tho only good ones in
60 " Silver Steel and Cast Steel Scythes,
60 dos. Assorted kinds, Scythe Snaths.
40 do Hay and atraw Forks, beat cast steel.
60 do Tuttle's Cast Steel Hoes.
6 do Socket's Cast Steel Hoes, the best ever
20 dox. No. I. Hy Rakes.
SO do No. 1. Scythe Rifles.
20 do No. 1. Scylh Stones, 6 to 9 inches long.
100 dox. Door Locks from 25 cts. to 91, each.
HO do Door Latches from 10 cts. to 25 cts.
10O do Loose Joint, narrow, wrot & cast Butts.
1000 Gro. Gimlet Point Screws.
300 Gals. Linseed Oil. -100
Kegs Pure White Lead.
100 Boxes assorted sizes Glass.
500 Lbs. Putty in Bladders.
5000 Lights Sash, all sizes. .'
Doors. Paint, Brushes, Sash Fasteners. Batch
er's Files (in any quantity,) Spears, Saws, nil
kinds Shoemaker's Stock and Tods, all kinds
Saddler's Stock sad Tools.
200 Kegs assorted Nails, warranted.
100 Tons Sweeds and Pittsburgh Iron, trar-
100 Bundles Russia Nail Rod.
50 Pair Seat and Carriage Springs, at Pitts
burgh prices that is so I
i dox. Boring Machines, less than $ 1 1 each.
Tbe above , oods with a large variety of
every thing else, muf be told, and persons
wanting Hardware can buy of ua, cheaper and
oeuer goods man any wnere else.
JOHNS & ALLEN.
At'joiniug the Bank
May 3, 1854. . n50tf
WE can and will sell Knives and Forks 20
per cent, cheaper than any Hardware
Store in Mansfield or Wooster ever did, will
or can, it you doubt it, come and buy some,
mat ipucb lower think ot this !
JOHNS & ALLEN.
May 3, '54.-5tf Adjoining the Bank.
Farmers, Bead This!!
.SOB3 S AIM.UA
Dealera in Hardware, Iron & Nailst
Adjoining; the Bauk.
WILL buy all of the Flax Straw that you
can raise and deliver to them during the
present year, and pay you the CASH lor it
bhort rlax should be pulled Irom the ground
that, Mar ts long may be cradled none want
ed in Straw before September.' Instructions
regarding the culture and rotting of Flux can
be had gratis during the Sumver, by calling on
JOHNS & ALLbN,
Adjoining the Bank
March I, 1854. n40. tf.
SMITH, IDOVE c3 Co.,
TROY, NEW YORK & AN DOVER MASS.,
WILL pay the highest market price for
O C O poi'lids of good clean Flax, deliv
ered attne Hardware More or their agents iu Asb-
lauu. jub.is at AbLta,
Adjoining tbe Bank.
Ashland .Jan. IP, 1634 n35 tf.
pZ( Kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder, for sale
CSV. on Commission at mil I prices, by
JOHNS & ALLEN,
- Adjoining the Bank.
June 14, 1S54.
1 ) arnhll I'm Patent Corn Planter, man
-l- ufactured by McHrigbt Si Co., Cleveland. U.
A supply for this county will be found at tbeageu
cy of JOHNS oc ALLEN.
ttiec. aw, 3gtij adjoining tne nana.
rlffeth Ac Carvers. Concave Steel Cultl-
the agency of
JOHNS & ALLEN,
adjoining the Bank.
I uec . an, 35trj
Franklin Fire Insurance C.inpany
Saratoga. New York. Capital 50V.0O0. In
sure property on terms aa liberal as any other
first class responsible company. Applications re
ceived oy our Agent.
llec. SB, 3SII T. JUH.8.
Office in Johns At Allen's Hardware Store, ad
joining the Bank.
New Hardware Store ! !
. E. D. B0ICE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Foreigu and Domestic Harlware!
ASHLAND, ASHLAND CO., O.
TNVITES the attention of the Hardware buy
I ing community, to his immense and unri
valled Mock now arriving and consist ot ev
ery article kept in a Hardware Store. Farming
and Mechanica Tools, House furnishing goods,
building materials, together with the largest
and best selected Stock of Iron and Nails ever
brought to this place. Swedes, Nail, Hoop,
Sheet, Rod and Bar Iron of extra qualities.
Sash, Glass, Doors, Putty, a large and varied ar-
sortment of Locks and Latches, Butts and
Screws all aizes and discriptions, Sadlery
Hardware and findings, I ools, sc.
Coach Maker and Trimmer. ,
will find it to their advantage to buy their
Stock of me. In their line, Oil and Enamelled
Top Leather, Cloths, Laces Damark,Moss, &c,
springs and Axles, Mailable lop and Frop
Irons, sc., Carriage and lire Bolts, If to.b
inches long, Brass Bands all sizes, Oil Cloth.
White Lead, Dry and in (HI, Paints, V arnish
ea. Turpentine and Oil, Faint, varnish and
Pump, Tubing, (Chain Double Galvanized)
best article in town, wneeis and fixtures com
plete. Roper's St el cultivator Teeth, Wings
and Flow and Hammer roouids,Shoveis, Hoes,
Forks, Rakes, Sythes, Snaths. White's Dou
ble Steel Axes, Broad Axes and Adzes, Sheep
and Cow Bella, Log and Trace Chains, Mill
Saws, an extra article, X Cut Saws, the only
good ones in town. Butchers Files and Rasps
Ten different Brands, prices from 371 to $1,50
per pair. If you want a good article I .have
them and the best in town, and they are going
fast. Also wool twine and cord.
Block Tin, Lead, Lead Pipe, Zinc, Sad Irons,
Tmers Wire, Gun Barrels made of Lake Su
perior Iron, Lox, Brass Castings and Trimings
cheaper than elsewhere.
SCISSORS AND SHEARS,
If you want a good pair give me a call, I ac
knowledge I have the only good ones in town.
A few of those nice Carpenters Slick's framing
Chisels, extra Cast Steel Aogurs,
Bench and. BColdinsr Plain, flitts,
warranted, Brunswick Tea and Table Spoons,
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
Brass, Pillar and Chamber candle stics and
Snuffers, and Tonga, Waffle Irons, Brass Ket
tles, Steelyards, Molasses Gates, Pugh's Augur
Bitts, Hunt's Hatchetts, Braces and Bills, prices
range from 40 cts. to $12 ; Exclsior Saud Paper,
Spirit Levels, Saw Handles.
The half is not enumerated in this list, lut
those in want of any articles in the Hardware
Line, will do well to call before purchasing;
my StocJc being entirely new.and selected with
great care tor this marfcet, enables me to sell
better and cheaper than they do elsewhere. '
lv. U. bUltt.
rKellogg's Building one door above P.
& J. Risser's Store.
Ashland, May 17, 1854. 62 tf
C. A. HUMES , , '
Manufacturer of Booti and Shoetf
A. fpHREB doors below ths Times Print
f 2 1 ing Office, Ashland. Ohio. Custom
Work don to order on the shortest aotice
wSas-and most reasouM tirmi.
A XilST or LETTERS
EMAINING in the Post Office it Ashlsnd,
Ohio, tor tbe quarter ending June 30th,
Morehouse James Mr,
iMa'yfield Maria Misc
jMalcomb .rcl bald -
Morton Bell Miss
Burge Elizabeth Miss
ll irr Hannah Mrs)
Bowman J. Mr 2
Brubaker John Jr
Beck Isaac Esq
Ruck Mary A
Blackburn C Miss 2
Bell Simon Mr
Buck Benj Mr Jr
Brown Sarth J 2
Barton M C Miss
Boower A Mr
BeWtsicw J W Mr
Burrel Daniel 2
Binehourer John Mr
Berlin Eliza A Miss
Case E E Miss 3
Coughlan James Mr
Carluy Joseph Mr.
Cray James 2
Cunningham David 2
Calhoun T W
Carnalian M Miss
Dickover Jacob Mr
Franster James Mr.
JMsxson John C Esq
,'Mason Mc Mr
Miller Caroline Mrs
iMotler Sarah Mrs
Myers Henry Mr
Moore Joseph ' '
Milne James S
Morresj James Mr '
McLaughlin R Mxi.
Mnses Elizabeth Mrs
Moornaw B F
Plummer John Mr
Page S R Esq
Palmer Klizabelh Mra
! Potter S T Esq
Peerce W L Mr 2
j Rover John
-Reamer Samuel Mr
Ridge G W Mr
j Reed George Mr
Robbins Sarah Miss
Russell Jaue H Mra
Roads Amanda Miss
Robison John Mr
Roop Susan E Miss 3
Sultzer Frederick Mr
Schcujeeli Jacob Mrs
Garber' J J
, Smith Mary Mrs
Sessions W Esq
JSp-es Harriet Miss
Garber Solomon . .
Gler John T Mr .
Graham Simaria Mrs
Shepnrd Chanev D Esq
Greela Ancen Mr. 2
Mirener raul Mr
jSchruly Isabella Miss
Stouer M J miss
Sulybfick Joseph Esq
Swanher Jacob Mr
'Spayed Mary Miss
jShreffer Wm air
Gilbert Howman Mr
Holiev Augustus Mr
Honeyman Mary Mrs
Hale Elizabeth Miss
i Smith Washing Mr
Johnson Wm T 2
Jillson Clarsisa Mrs
Sloan J A Mr
Kirkpatrick L B Mrs
IVantilburg Wm .
Kolley Mnses 2
Kinuy William 3
; Williamson Solomon
j Wiley Jane Miss
Keiler Jacob Mr
Lahman Abram Mrs
Leeper M Miss
Look Jacob Mr
Land is Abram B Esq
Lee James Mf.
Mathews Jerome '
Myers John Mr
Myers Wm Dr
.Ward Jacob Mr
Wiley Samuel Mr -
.Winebutn Wm E
Wilson Daniel Esq
Worley J B Mr
i Whitney B F Dr 3
Young M M ss
young Irwin Mr
Young Daniel Mr
Zerby Samnel .j.
Pesons calling for any of the above letters,
wil' please ssy "advertised."
WM. RALSTON, P. M.
Administrator's Sale of Real Estate.
IN pursuance of an order of the Prohate Court
made at th July term, 1854, I will offer for
aale on tbe premises on the 12th day of August
next, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. &
4 o'clock A. M., the lollowing described Real
Estate, situate in Ashland county, Ohio, to wil:
Part of the south-west quarter ot section 14,
township 22, range 15; beginning at the section
line west of the quarter post between section 14
and 23, 10 ehains 14 links; thence north 3
chains 75 links; thence west 4 chains ; thence
north 1 II degrees, west 36 chains 20 links to
quarter line; thenco west on the quarter line
to lhe-nnrth-west corner of said quarter, 22
chains 10 linAs ; thence S. on sectioo line 15
chains ; thence north 87 degrees, east 10 chains;
thence south 17 degrees, east 5chains 75 links;
thence south 46 degrees, east 3 chalns75 links;
thence south 14 degrees, west 13 chains 25 links;
thence south 87 degress, west 2 chains 30 links;
thence south 29 degrees, west 4 chains 60 links
to section line ; thence east on section fine 25
chains 30 links to tbe place ef beginning con
taining 74 29-100 acres out of the middle part
of said quarter. Also 2 acres, commencing on
the east and west line, 21 rods west of north
west comer of north east quarter ofsection 23,
ante township as aforesaid; thence west 21
rods 3 feet; thence north 14 rods II feet;
thence east 21 rods 3 feet; thence south 14
rods 11 feet, to the place of beginning con
taining 2 acres, more or less.
Terms of sale one-third cash in hand, one-
third in one year, and 'he balance in 2 years
from sale with interest on back payments. Back
payments secured by mortgage on the premi
JOHN VAN NEST, Adm'r
of Jacob Brandt.
J. W. Smith, AWyfor Pet'r.
July 3, 1854. n6ts
Notice. Caleb Plummer and Rebeeca Plum
mcr. John W. Cook. Anna Cook. James Cook
Lydia Cook, Levi Kebler, and Jane Kehler and
Jslizaoetn ComslocK. neirs at law and legal repre
sintatives of Jehn Pittenger, deceased, are here
by notified that on tbe 25th day of May. A. 1). 1654,
James Comstock as Administrator of John Pit
tenger, filed in the Probate court of Ashland coun
ty, his petition and the same is now pending, the
object and prayer of which is to obtaiu au order of
said court to complete a certain contract iu wri
ting entered into between said decedent and Daniel
Pittenger on tbe 25th day of September, 18-10. by
the terms of which said decedent sold to said Dan
iel the following premises situate in said county
to wit: Part or tbe south-west quarter of section
14. township 32. ranee 15: commencing at the
section tins west of tbe quarter post, between sec
tion 14andS3.tocbains.su units: tnence norm
3 chains 75 links, tbenre west 4 chains,' thence
north lit dee., north 36 ehains, SO lliiks to the
quarter line, tbence west on said line to tne nonn
west corner of said Quarter, m cnains. iu nuns,
thence south on tbe section line IS chains, thence
north 87 dee., east 10 cnains, thence south 17 deg
easts chains. 75 links, tbence south 46 deg:, east
3 chains 75 links, thence south 14 deg., west 13
chains. 25 links, thence south 87 deg., west S
chains, 3U linns, thence soutn xu aeg., norm .
chains, CO links to the section line, thence east
on said line 25 chains 30 links to tbe place of be
Kinnine-: contaiuinc 74 3-luu acres, which said
contract was afterwards transferred to one Jacob
Brandt, since deceased. Said petition asks au or
der to execute in behalf of the heirs of said John
Pittenger adeed for said premises to tne heirs of
said Jacob Brandt. J. w.oiuiin.
May S5th. 1854. IwS sol, for Fetr.
PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
mary oiinaa uiuuu, r,u. , j Mhland Common
VS. f Df...
John R. Grubb. Deft. - "
THE said defendant wilt take notice, that
the undersigned on the 16th day of June,
1S54. filed her Petition in said i:ourl against
him, allaeging in substance, thadsaid defendant,
about the 13th of March left said Petitioner,
and went to California, without providing any
means for the support of Petitioner and their
minor child. ,That he has before and since been
guilty ot adultery, with one Rachel Moffit, and
with divers other persons unknown to retition-
er. Petitioner alieuges as causes ior aivorce.
1st. Gross oeglect'ofduty. . 2d.!AduItery. And
the prayer of said Petitioner ia that marriage
contract may be dissolved ; that ahe may be
restored to her maiden name, that she may
have the care and custody of their minor child,
and forreasoaablealimony,&e.,and unless said
defendant plead, answer, or demur to said Pe
tition on or before I he hrst day ot toe next term
of said Court, to wit : the 28th day of August,
1S54, the same will be taken as confessed, and
a decree taken accordingly.
MARY BKL.1NUA liKUBB,
By Kellogg It Allison, berAtty's.
June 21, 1854. 6w4
Office Franklin & Warren H. It . Co)
Fxakklih, Portage Co., Ohio, Sept. 36, 1853. )
T7 sb' IHHtiiiiviJ A T a meeting of the Direc
glgA. tor of the F. St W. R.
rtTo.. held Juue II. 1833. the following assess
ments npon Stock subscriptions were made, viz:
Ten percent, parable July 1st, 1853, and an assess
ment oi ten per cent, at toe ena oi eacn succccu
Inr sixty days, until tbe whole amount is paid.
Three instalments are therefore now due. to wit:
Ths first wben subscribed, (by the charter,) the
second July 1st, sod the third. August 31st.
Subscribets in Ashland village aud county are
respectfully requested to immediately pay all
Instalments now due. and as tbev hereafter be
come due, at the Banking House of Luther, Crall
ec Co., Ashland unless called upon by ths Collec
1 . : JOKb W. TYLKK. BeC.
HENTEJbtS, LOOK HEBE 1 1
HAVE procured a right tor an improve
ment in building houses, by which a house
mav be built for a small amount of money,
with all the conveniences and comforts of the
deareat bouses; and as I have appointed John
Smalley , of Aahland, as my agent for this coun
nty, please call on him and examine the mod
el, and procure a right.
AlUHt.n e. nuAniB
Troy, Ashland co., Aug. 8, 1853. 2tf
Old Iron Wanted.
THE subscriber will pay CASH for any quantity
fold metal delivered at his foundry la Ashland.
Fss X. 37tfc Ji. K NAfiBrill?,
WOBPUBATED gjAY 9, 1831.
K. G. FOI.SOM, A B., Principal, Teacher of Practi
cal and Ornamental Penmanship.
E.- P. GOOUNUGH Superintendent. Prof. of the
Tbeoro and Prac ice of tiook-Kveping and Lecturer-
on Mercantile Customs, General Laws of
Trade. Aconuts. Jj-e.
W. H. HOLlSTKa, Assistant in Book Keeping De
partment. GEO. WILKV.THOS. H. HAT and D. B. PR KM! A
of the Cleveland Bar, Lecturers on Mercantile
Kav. K. H. KEVIN and J. C. VAUGHN. Esq..
Lecturers on. Political Kcoiny.
R. F. HUMISTON. Lecturer on tbe Histoy of Com-
merce and tbe Art of Computation.
A. C. Browowell, Andrew Freest,
John B Waring, - John Sherman,
T. C. Severance 1. p. Eels,
Harmon L, f'hapin, T. P. Hay,
Truman P. Handy, John L. Severance.
S. H Mather, G. W. Safrod.
For the Mercantile Course Tine unlimited. $10 00
The same Course-for Ladies ......... .... 25 00
Twenty Lessons in Practical Penmanship
simply.. 5 oo
For full Course in Flourishing, ecc 95 co
The Principal of tbe institution, guided by the
wants and experiences of tbe Mercantile communi
ty as brecently secured some of the ablest men in
the State as Instructors and Lecturers in the va
rious departments of the College
The Prof of the Kcienec of Accounts, has had
an experience of eight or nine years in Commer
cial Affairs, alternating his time, partly as Teach
er, in tbe Mercantile Colleges of Cincinati, Pitts
burgh and Cleveland, and partly as an actual Book
keeper ill the bst Business House in the Country
These rare qualifications, yet so desirable and so
setaoin lounu in our Aiercaiitile Kchoola, will en
able this College to impart a more thorough
knuwledge of the real tniNiitia of Practical and
Theoretical Hook-Keeping Ibaircan be had pruba-
dit tm any similar lusiiiuiiune in tne l.ntatee.
tne subject of uoiniuercial Calculations will
have more prominence in this than in most institu
tions or the Kind, sfe a separate chair is to oe de
voted to it besides tbe usual instruction (given by
the the Prnf. of Accounts. The modus ooerand
of Teaching is entirely new and original puisucd
oy no aiercantne scnool round in no text book,
and may be justly and properly styled telegraphic
"in its nature, siuce it will abiidge tbe labors of
the AccountantT jnore than one half.
Penmanship" ,111 addition to the usual methods
pursued, will be taught new and unrivalled Sys
tem of Chirythmograuliy. developed by the Princi
pal in his extensive experience as Instructor in the
fubic tcliool 01 this city aud elsewhere. This
system will produce the popular Commercial Hand
of the day, in about half tbe time usually devoted
to that purpose.
BRANCH COLLEGE, FHASKLIJf,
CHARLES PECK. Jr., Professor of the Science of
TERMS, : :
For Full Course, Time unlimited...... 82$ 00
Tbe Branch is intended to afford the same advan
tages for Commercial Educaliou as at tbe main
Ihe institution is under the energetic Superin
tendence of Charles Peck, Jr., a rare practical aud
IL r f he rourse can be completed in from eight
to twelve weeks.
Try Instruction being given individually. Stu
dents can enter at any liiue.
r1 liiplcmas awarded tp graduates.
r? The Principal will render assistancerfo those
who desire employment alter they have graduated.
rf" tor lurther particulars see circulars just is
sued and the regular catalogues. Send for tbem by
Cleveland, March 29. 1854 . 45tf
BACON'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE
NUttTU-WEST CUHXER SIXTH AND WALNUT.
IKRSONS desirous of becoming thorough
and accomplished accountants, will find it
greatly to their advantage to call on Ihe un
dersigned, before engaging elsewhcre,aa he is
prepared to demonstrate, fully, that his accom
modations forstudents, the comprehensiveness
ot the course of instruction, and facilities lor
procuring situations for those desirous of ob
taining Hhem, are unsurpassed, (ss it is be
lieved, unequalcd, by any similar institu
tion in the United States.
In addition to the regular course of instruc
ted, there will be a
SERIES OF LECTURES
on topics ot great importance in a commer
cial point ot view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy
Storer, K. D. Mansfield, Esq., Kev. Samuel
W. lisher, Henry C. Lord, Esq., Prof. Chas
W. Wright, and other eminent Lecturers and
Business men. These lectures being a new and
important feature not introduced in any of tbe
other Mercantile Colleges.
Notwithstanding the great expense atten
dant upon securing the services of able Lec
turers and Assistants, the Terms for Tuition
will remain as heretofore, vix :
For a full course of instruction in D E
Bouk-Keeping, Writing, Commercial
Calculation, Lectures, &c... ...... $40 00
Writing (only) tier month.. 6 00
At a meetiug of the Graduating Class of Bacon's
the Mercantile College, held in the Lecture Koom
of College edifice, Friday. 11th March, 18o3, J. S.
Baker was appointed chairman, aud Weston Ar
nold. Secretary. On motion: a committee of five,
composed ol H. J. Howman, J. S. Baker, K. J.
Forsvth. T. O. Sawyer and Geo. Kicbol. was ap
pointed to report resolutions expressive of the
hieb opinion entertained by the class, of tbe mer;
its of this lustitution, and of the character aud
qualifications of the Priucipal and his Assistants.
W'bereupou, the committee reported the follow
ing preamble aud resolutions, which were unani
Whereas. We. the members ef the Graduat
ing Class of K. t. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
about to separate, desire to give expression to our
feelings of respect for our esteemed Instructor, aud
his corps of able assistants. Therefore,
Rtftcti. Tbat the thanks of tbe class are due
to our said iustructors for tbe uiiilurmkinduess of
their deportment toward us while in this Institu
tion- at the same time the thoroughness of their
iustruetions has entitled them to our highest re
spect and confidence.
Resolccd, That we recommend to this Institu
tion to ail who may desire to acquire a commer
cial education, as affording tbe greatest facilities
for such acquisition.
Jtessfe.it, Tbat we as a class, affix nur names
to these proceedings, and tbat a copy of them be
delivered to K.S. Bacon, and that tbey be published
in the city papers.
H.A.Bowman, S. Black, Wm.W. Snyder,
Isaac Baughman, J. S. Baker; Franklin Elliott,
P. W. Carroll, K. J. Foisyth, A. Paddock,
George Nichol, G. H. Hughes, Westoo Arnold,
James Thompson, H. D. Kyger, Danici Bowen,
W. T. Kobinson, George Harvie, S. Field.
-Bacon's M sac a utile foLttsi. "The examina
tion of tbe student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a
degree of proficiency on their part highly credit
able to themselves and Mr. Bacon, their Instruc
tor. Tbe most difficult problems in Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as tbe most simple, giving
ample proof to the audience that, the information
imparted during the session would be of practical
benefit." Cincinnati Enquirer ef March ISfA, 1853.
-The various complex questions proposed by the
Principal and other gentlemen present, were an
swered with great promptitude and conciseness,
which reflects great credit upon the course of study
pursued at this Institution." C. Daily Oaietle.
"Mr. Bacon is unrivalled as a teacher. A di
ploma from this College in Cincinnati, is required
as a oias yuo nam in ouia.uiug ----Mercantile
Houses in large cities." Cktlltcmtme
Ancient Mttrmnolie May 8tm, 1853.
Mr Kacon has constructed mc .Kf' ru'
Ms buildine expressly for the purposes of his col
lege, and without any doubt, it is tbe most com
plete arrangement of the kind in the U. States.
Cincinnati Gatette, Jfov. 8, 18i3. -
This wbole Institution is undoubtedly tbe most
elegant and finished establishment, for the pur
poses in the world." mvmer.
reb. SfJ. ira.. n. 1 1.
THE School Examiners of Ashland County, O.
will hold their next Public Examinations, as
f0ioAshland. on the third Saturday of May. At
Savannab, on the second Saturday of July. At
Hayesville, on the second Saturday of September.
At Ashland, on the first Saturday of October. Al-
so, at the same place, on mo
Each'applicant for a Certificate will be required
to furnish evidence of a good moral character.
Examinations to commence at ju u-vuv,
B, order of th. Boards w Hiix se,r
Ashland, May 10th. 1B34. 5uf
vSCPt-fj, A MOS LEWIS wishes it destinctly
understood that he has not quit the
CerVWe.ine... and that he has Just mads quite
an adition to his Stable in the lbs aruciea 01 ni-
,lHi."4t.0rrovV kept immediately hack of
thsSampsel House. Customers can always And
some person to attend to them either at the Sta
ble or the Sampsel House. Passsngers carried from
Ashland in any direction, ai
May 17, lf.
itle&irincs. - -
Stabler' Diarrhoea Cordial.
IS a pleasant Mixture, compounded in agree
ment witb the rules of- Pharmacy, ortherapeu
tic agents, loug known aud celebrated or their
peculiar efficacy iu curing DIAKRHffiA, and simi
lar affections of the system. In its action,. it
ALt.ATs it iciKk and producas a healthy condition
of the L1VEK. thus rcmovin tbe cause at the same
time it cures tbe disease.
Stanter's Aiindync Cherry Epi-ctor ant
Is confidently recommended to invalids, as drsc
a passed by any known preparation, for the curs
of Coughs floarnencea. and other forms of Common
iCalde; BKONHIT1S, ASTHMA, ROUP, ONSUMP-
1 foa in an early stsgc, and lor the Relief ot the
patient even in advanced stages of that fatal dis
aese. ltcombines,in ascientific btanner, remedies of
longestceroed value, witb others of mure recent
discovery; and besides its eaotking and tonic quali
ties, acts thro' the skin, gently aud with great ef
ficacy, for the cure of this class of diseases.-
The valuable Medicines above named have recen
tly been introduced, with the approval of a num
ler of our Medical Proftetion in tbe city of Balti
more and eveywbere, and in practice have succee
ded most admirably in curing tbe diseases for
o-hlch they are prescribed. They are offered to
the country practitioners of Medicines which hs
can in all respects depend upon as prepared in
agreement with the experience of aome of the
most learned and judicious Physicians and strictly
inconiormity witn tne rules or Pbarmacy, and
as especially serving nis convenience, who can
not so readily as the City Physician, have his own
preicriptions compounded by a practical Pbarma
See the descriptive Pamphlets, to be bal gratis of
au wno nave tne Medicines ior sale, containing
ecomuicnuauons irom uoctors mistis, Balt
zkll, Additih, Payrk, Handy. Love. ore.
so Doctor S. R. Mastim says, "Ido not hesitate to
recommend your Viarrkm Cardial and Anodyne
Kjncrry T.zpeczorani, ere.
Doct. Jonit AnDisoN says, " It gives me much
pleasure to add my testimony to that of others, n
lavor 01 tne extraofdtnary efficacy of your Dtarr-
is. Cordial, it.; and of the Expectorant, I have
no hesitation in recommending it as a most valua
ble medicine,' dec.
Doct. R A. Payne says he has used the Diarr
kasa Cordial in bis practice "jt-itb the happiest ef
rect, and--thinks it one of the most convenient
ana enicien. combinations ever ottered to our pro-
lloct. L. B. Haudy writes, "1 have administer
ed your Anodyne Kxpectorant in several cases of
nroucnia.ineciion, wun the io( kappa result e.
and from a knowledge of lfts adira.; effects.
1 cau, with the greatest confidence, recommend
It," occ. '
Doct. W. S. Love writes to us that be has ad
ministered the Expectorant to bis wire, who has
bad the Bronchitis for fourteen yearw and that
she ta fast recovering from her loug standing ma-
lauy. it nas in a lew weens aone ner more good
than all the remedies she has heretofore used un
der able medical counsel. -
Sixtekh of the best Apotbecaies and Pans
AcxoTurrs in the City of Baltimore. "We aresaiisfi-
ed thepreparations known as Stabler' Anodyne
unerrn juxpcctorani anu titaoter-e jjiarrktea Cor
dial, axe medicines of Gbeat Value, and very ef'
jkeient for the relief and cure of tbe diseases for
which they are recommended; they bear the evi
dence of skill aud care in tbeir preparation and
style of putting up. and we take plead sure in re
Twenty Seven of the most respectable Merch
ants, residents of Maryland, Viroinia and North
Caro lira, who have sold and also used these
medicines themselves, say, "From ourown experi
ence and that of our customer, we do confidently
recommend themPro Bono Publico. We have never
known any remedy used for the difeases for whicn
they are prescribed, to be so efficient, and to give
such entire satisfaction to all."
The above notices ofrecommendation from mem
ber, of the ME 1)10 A FAULTY, PH A KMAKUTIKTS
or high standing, and MERCHANTS of the first
respectability, should be stfficient to satisfy all,
that tbesq medicines are wortky of trial bv the ar
ticled, and that they are of a di'iferent 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 tfSys.tcry SOxplained.
A Revolution is Certain, Victory Is Ours.
DR. A, L. ADAMS'
NBW THEORY OF DISEASE is awakening ihe
inquiry in the minds of all who read it: How
it si that Americans have been mo long and so
a ravish ly ira mured in darkness and ignorance on the
subject of disease.
DR. A. L. ADAMS' I.IVER BALSAM.
THE GREAT PANACEA OP DISEASE,
is offered to the afflicted of. the States aud Terri
tories for the entire cure of Liver Complaints all
stages. Bilious Fever, Ague and Fever, Chronic
Lung Fever. Dropsical AfTectiuus, Consumption,
Kelow Complaints Diarrhea, Dysentery, Kheuma
tisra. Bleeding Piles blind Piles, Scrofula. Kalt
Rheum, Dyspepsia, Genera' Debility, Nervousness,
Costiveness, Indigestion, Otstrucled Menstrua,
Dr. A. L. Adams Liver Balsam has stood the
wrec and test for the last fifteen years, and has
proved to the most skeptical, beyoud a shadow of a
doubt, that it is
The only Reliable Medicine Ever DiscoYered
vbeing purely all vegetable.) forthe permanent cure
of the above diseases. Tbe most skeptical have be
come its most sanguine votaries, and pronounced
tne Liver oatsam 10 oe me
Oulj Reliable Harbinger of He.ilthtu the
Testimonials come up from every track tt has
made, swollen with expressions of gratitude, for
tbe relief received by its use. And in submitting
this, tbe Liver Balsam is recommended to all those
sunerine uuder tbe
IRON CT.4SP ofthe MOSRTEDECEASE
and at once procure one bottle of Dr. A- L. Adams'
The readers is referred to the Medical Tract
found by maKiugapplication to the Agent where the
Balsam is sold, giving a futt epitome of the cause
aud cure of all diseases; containing, also certifi
cates from those wbj have tested its unparalleled
ascendancy over tbe diseased to wnica we are an
subject. Sold by K. H. CHUBB, oc Co., Ashland
Johu MoCrorey, West Windsor; Sturges dc Biglow
Mansfield; J. P. Stamets, Kowsburg; J. a
Raumeatdeddr Co.. Wooster -
G. E. KcoTT. General Agent, No. 67 Randolph
Street Cliiaago, Illinois. "
February 1.1854. u37 Jy.
Janndiee.DrsseDiiaChronic or Ner
rout Uebility Disease of tbe Kidneys,
And all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, such as Constipation, Inward Piles
Fullness or Blood to the Heart. Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heart Burn, Disgust lor Food,
Fullness or Weieht in the Stomach, Sour Eructa
tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit or the
Stomach. Swimming of tbe Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Chok
ing or Suff-jcating Sensation wben in a lying
posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
the tight. Fever and Dull pain in the Head. lie.
ficiencv of Prespiration. Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes. Pain in tbe Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
Ar. Knriilrn Flushes of Heal. Burn In ir in the
Flesh, constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great
Depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured by
using. . .
Dr. Hoofland's Celebrated German Bitters.
nREPARED BY DR. (X M. JACKSON, at ths Ger-
-L man Medicine Store, 120 Arch St. Philadelphia
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled,
if equalled, by any other preparation in the U. States
as the cures ancsi, iu uiauy i,oB aiwi imui
physicians bad failed.
These Bitter, are worthy the attention of invalids.
Possessing great virtues in the rectification of dis
eases ofthe Liver, aud lesser glauds, exercising the
most searching powera in weakness and affections
or the digestive organs, tbey are withal safe, cer
tain and pleasant.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
K. B. PxRKtirs, Marietta, Ohio, Feb. 12, 1851. said
"Your Bitters are highly prized by tbose who have
used them. In a case of Liver complaint, of long
standing, which bad resisted the. skill of several
Physicians, was entirety cureo oy me uwui
bottles." C. L. Drake, Freedom, Portage 0.,u.,
Anriiea. 1852. said : "The German Bitters you sent
me last have not yet come to band. I bave been out
of the article for some lime, to the great detriment
of invalids. It is a medisine much thought of and
sought after in this community."
B.M. Hotchiuso . m. n., Bedford, Cuyahoga Co.,
O. August S6, 185S, said: "The Bitters you ship
ped me in May last are all gone 1 think it a
good medicine, and I am recommending it to my
patients and friends, (which I do lor no otner pat
ent medicine.) You will please forward a large
S. FRancn. Wooster, O.. Nov. 30, 1859, said:
lhaveused some three or four bottles of Hoofl
and's German Bitters lor Dyspepsia, and derived
great bene fit from thetr use. I believe tbem to
be good for all diseases for which they are recom
mended." Wm. Oil, Wooster, O., October 9, 1859, said ;
You ask me my opinion of the German Bit
ters. 1 bave used them for Dyspepsia and . Indi
gestion, and take pleasure in stating that I think
tbey are the very best remedy extant for the above
complaints tbey are decidedly la advance of all
tbe proprietary irfedicines of tbe day."
Mr. Oa a is a distinguished lawyer of Wooster.
These Bitters are entirely vegetable. They never
prostrate the system, but invigorate it.
For Sale by K. H. CHUBB & CO., Ashland, and
by Druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere..
Ashland Feb; !. n37 ly.
A FRESH supply of Wright't Indian Veg
ttablt Pills, a standard English Medicine,
for the revention and cure of diseaae, to aid
and improve digestion and purify the blood.
For sale at the new Druj Store in Ashland,
ROLLA H. CHUBB tCD.
Pit! Fit!! Fit!!!
LEWIS fc FLETCHERS' Vegetable Com
pound for the care ot Epilipsy or Fits a
recently discovered invaluable Medicine,
pnrely vegetable, lor the core of this dread
ful diseases. Just received and for saly by
R. H. CHUBB tt Co.
Druggists, Ashland, O.
July C, 18M. t1
Tint m s","S sl.r.'s,. f-J : I
Cai tvr's Spanish .Hixturcs-
THE GREA.T PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD,
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY
- IN IT. . t.
AN Infallible Kerned y ror Scrofula, Kief's Kvll
Rheumatism, ObstinalaCutaueous Eruptions.
Pimples or Pustyes on the Fees.- Blotches, Sells,
Chronic Sore yesr fine Worn or Tetter, Mesa
Head, Enlargement and Pain of the Boasa aad 4
Joints, - Stubborn Ulcers,- siypbilitie - IMseraers,
Lumbago, Fpiual Complaints, aad all Diseases
arising from an injudicious jiae of Merest?, Im
prudence in Life-, or Impurity of the Bleed.-
This valuable Medicine, which has becesne cele
brated for the number of extraordinary Cures ef'
fected through iu agency, has induced the pre
prietors, at ihe urgeut request of their friends, te
offer it to the public, which tbey do with the ut
most confidence in its virtues and wonderful ca ra
ti ve properties. The following certificates, select'
ed from a large number; are, however, etreager
testimony than the mere word of the proprietors ;
and are all from gentlemen well know ia their
localities, end of tbe highest respectability, assay
of them residing- in the city of Sichssead, Va.
F. BoTDsa, Esq.. of the Exchange Hotel,' Rich
mond, known every where, says hs has seen the
Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mixture a minis
tered in ovc, a hundred cases, in nearly all tbe eie-'.
eases for which it is recommended, wills the asset
. astonishingly good results He aays it lathe meet- -extraordinary
- Aeos in Fa via Glut Ceas. 1 hereby certi
fy, tbat for three years I had Ague and Fever of the.
most violent description. 1 bad several Phystci
ans, took large quantities of Quinine,. Mercury
and I believe all the Tonics advertised,' but mh
without any permanent reliet At last I tried Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles ef which effect
ually cured me, and 1 am happy toay I have heel
neither Chills or Fever since. 1 consider it ths beat
Tonic in the world, and tbe only medicine that
ever reached my case. - - ..
- Beaver Dam, near Richmond, Va. - - '
. B. Lcrs: Esq., now in the city of. Rlchmoad,
and for many years in the Post Office, has such cea -fidence
in the astonishing efficacy .of Carter's
Spanish Mixture, that ha has bought upwards of 5U
bottles, which he has given away to tbe afflicted.
Mr. Luck says he has never known it to fail whea
taken according to directions.- ' J -
Dr. Minos, a practicing Physician, aad formerly
or the Uy Hotel, in tbe city of Richmond, eays y
he has witnessed in a number or instances the
effects of farter's Spanish Miztuie which were
most truly surprising, ; He says in a case of Con
sumption, dependent on the Li ver, the gocd.'aascts
were wonderfut indeed.
SisutL M Drinker, ofthe firm-of Drinker et
Morris, Kicbraond, was cured of Leypr Complete!
of 8 years standing, by the use ol two bottles ef
Carter's Spanish Mixture. - " '
G. bat prs or KcRorcLA. Tbs Editors ofthe
Richmond Kepublican bad a servant employed ia
tbeir press room, cured of violent Scrofula, cam
bined witb Rheumatism, which entirely, disabled
htm from work. Two bottles of farter's Spanish
Mixture made a perfect cure or him, mnd tbe Edi.
ors, in a public notice, say they "cheerfully recom
mend it to all who are afflicted with aay disease e
the blood." , ;
Still Aao-nisa caa or Scro.cla. I had a vsiy
valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Span
ish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable, auedi- -cine,
James M. Taylor. Conductor on the R. F. et
P. R. R. 2n., Richmond. Ve.
SALT RHEUM OF VO YEARS STABDISGURE
Mr. Jobm Thompson, residing in tbe city of Rich
mond. was cured by Ibrco bottles of Carter's Spee- -isb
Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which be had nearly
years and-which all the pbasicians ofthe city
could not cure. Mr. Thompson is a wall knows
merchant in the city of Richmond, Ve and bfe
cure is most remarkable.
Wm. A. Mattbkws, of Richmond, had a servant
cured of Syphilis, in tbe worst form, by Carter's
Spanish Mixture. He says be cheerfully recom
mend, it. and considers it aa invaluable anediciae.
Ricsabd E. Wwt, of Richmond, was eaved of
Scrofula, and what Pbysiciaus called confirmed
consumption, by three bottles of arter4s Spanish
Edwih Bcrtor. commissioner of the revenue.
says he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish
Mixture 111 a number of Syphilitic cases, and says
it is a perfect cure for that horrible disease.
Wat. G. Habwood. of Richmond, cured of Old
sores 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. Wars Closb dc Co:, Se.
83, Maiden Lane. Mew York. . . .
T. W. Dvcrrr ot Sous. Ko. 139, North Sd Street.
Bir.btt dr Basas, Ko. 195, Main BU, Richmond,
And for sale ry R. H. Chubb, Ashland, H. 8 See,
dc Co. Savanna, J.Kkbhibobb, Hayesville, J. Hers
mar, Jeromeville, Aksrrsor dc Rowab, Louden
ville, and Dealers in Medicines every where.
-Jan. 18, '54. . u35ly.
Philadelphia Medical House KstaJiished Sd .
yeara ago, by Dr. K IN KEL1N, corner oi Thin4
and Union streets, between Spruce Pise,
Invalids are appriaed that Dr. Kinelia coa
fines his practice to a particular branch of used
icine which engages his undivided attentior.
He cations the unfortunate against tbe abuse
of mercury; thousands are anuually mercurial
ixed out 01 life. Recent affections are prompt
ly extinguised. Twenty years of Experience
in the treatment of a class of diseases hilheite
neglected and. imperfectly understood, has en
abled Dr Kiakelin, (Author of a work aa Self
Preservation,) to prove tbat niae-tenlhe of the
causes of nervous debiliy, local aad constitu
tional weakness, mental aud physical Better
ing, are traceable to ceitaia habits, forming the
most secret yet deadly and fatal springs ef
domestic l.isery and premature snorts! it y.
Take Particular Notice, Tnere is an evil ha
bit sometimes indulged in by beye, ia solitude,
often growing up with them to manhood, sad
which, if not reformed in due time, it aot anly
begets serious obstacles to matrimoaial happi
ness, but gives rise-to a series of protracted,
insiduous and devastating affections. Few ef
those who give way to this pernicious piae
tice are aware ofthe consequences, eatil tbey
find the nervous system shattered, feet Strang a
and unaccountable feelings; and vague fears
in the mind. : 1 - . ,
The unfortunate thus affected becomes fee
ble, is untble to labor witb accustomed viger,
or to apply his mind to study ; bis step is tar
dy and weak, he is dull, irresolute, aad ea
gages in. hisiport with less energy than usual.
If he emancipate himself before the prse- ,
has done its worst, aud enter matrimony, his
marriage is unfruitful, and his sense tels him that
this i caused by his follies early. These are cob
siderations which should a waken the Stteniiea
of those similarly aituated.
Marriage requires Ihe fulfillment ef seven I
conditions, in order that it may be real!y-the
cause of mutual happiness. Could the veil'
which covers the origin of domestic wretched
ness be raised, snd its true source ia every in
stance disclosed in how many could it- be
traced to physical disqualifications and tbeir
attendant disappointments! - Apply then while
it is y..' time, in order te have your unstrung
and relaxed organization rebraced, from making
your case, known to one who, from ed oca lieu
I I . 1 . c 1
ana respeciaonity, cancertainiv oe revivinva
red strengthened. - ' ' "
- Remember that he who plsces himself uu
der Dr. Kinelin's treatment, msy religiously
confided in his honor ss a gentleman, and rely
upou the assurance, that the secrets or lr.
patients will never be 1'iselosed.
vouog man let no laise mtmciij uciri jntm
from making your case known to one whs,
from education and rcspectibilily, caa certain
ly befriend you. - -
Too many think tbey will conceal the-eeeret:
in their own Hearts, and cure tnemseivsp.
Alas! how often is this a -fatal delusion, -newt
how many a promising young man, who migbk
have been an ornament to society, has fsdeii)
from the earth. riii
Strictures of the urethra are rapidly removed'
by the application of a new therapeutical
agent, used only by Dr. K. , Wtaknttt and' '
Constitutional debility promptly cured, and full
vigor restored. ' - ' ''-'j-
Country Invalids tan bave, bv statiag tbeir
case explicitly, together with all their s j m n
toms, per letter enclosing a remittance) Da.
K.'s medicine, appropriated accordingly-
Forwarded to aiiv oart ofthe United States.
and packed secure from DAMAGE er CUkUOtf-- ,
Yeutk and Ma.ikoada wigoren Life s prssM-
ture DaatkKinkelin en Sell nernmumvniy
SSet. 1 -'I v.- . .
It is a work eminently required, aa a mesa . .
of reforming the vices of the age ia which j;
live. Aleo, ' ' ; ' ' ' '"'
NATURE'S GVIDG, ; r
Wit rule for tke V.'f' i.-f;jst rem
A letter with a remittance of 15 cento, er
tbe value in post stamps, addressed to Dr.-Kia-elin,
Philadelphia, Pa., will secure a cepy ef
either of the above books by return mail ; ej
12 copies will be sent Tree of postage for 41.
Booksellers, Canvassers, Travelling - Agents,
etc., supplied wholesale) at the publisher's pri
ces, which admit of a large profit. MeTAfl
letters mutt be pott paid.
March S2ad, 1254. ly4
X:ve your Aelies! .
ASHES wanted by the subscriber,' at hi a
Ashery in Ashland, for which tha highest
market price will be paid in goods.
. , T. C. BUSHNEIX. .'
October 26, 1853.
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