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Having jett pare bated a Mi pel b lew press,
Mstd added large )ot eXaew type to ear already
exteaaive aatorlmeat of Job materials, we are
,aw prepared to aiecole , i a a style that caaaot
ia surpassed ly say efiee ia tbU section !
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"Books, Boadt, V -,. "Labels, . Circulars,
. Cards, ,', ? : Draft, ......v Receipts, Note,
hMtn, Bills, - - k i Checks, MaaifeaU
Uakka, : Bill Heads,- Tickela, -Deeds,
JASIPBLETS, PEOGRAMMES, POSTKHS, 1
aad, ia) short, every deaciiptiaa af Plain' Bad
Decorative ... .' .: - .
;ie lathe eoest style of tbe art. lad eaaaot
YlMe jira aatiafaetioa. "All orders promptly
a. Bead ad ta. j.
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;riaili: Deeds in J Justices ; Blanks.
kapt coaataatly oa bead aad for sale at tbia of-
abeavinOar Blaaka ar aastly priatad aad as the
aat ooaJiJw f paper, aad give general aatiafae-
aioa with tkaaa who Im awed tbeaa. - Orders
'eapectfully 'solicited!.1.'' - ' .
J4vV".--- Philadelphia, July 28.
Tbe failure, of John Tucker of the
' Heavdiatr Bailroad waa in hia own indi
TidaaJ, name and not as President of the
ji . He waa largely interested in the Mon
itenz Jron .'JVorkV Company, which has
also Tailed. - - -
v''".TIie liabilities of Mr. Tucker are $1,-
600,000. ' ; - u '; " . ;" ,"; :
1'a The Absecom Bailroad . is also re-
. ported to be in a sinking condition, a
number ol tneir- notes . aue yesieraay
.;ptag laid over. ; - '."
i-. j Washinotoii, July 28.
; Ijt Is asserted here ,; that the Govern
aaeni gave, peremptoary orders for re-'dress-.
in the Borland matter at . San
Juan, -and will boldly shoulder the re
iBpooaibility. . - - ' -r .
, Eumors are current, this . morning
!ef ooTeral failures having occurred, but
they ar believed to be unreliable. '
The Norfolk papers state that the
'French steamer Chrimera has has been
-ordered into quarantine, by the rep
resentations of the eitisens of that place,
"who felt confident Ithat they had. yellow
. -feave on board. .
"When . the .steamer left Havana she
was obliged .to leave s. large . number of
her .crew, at .that port who were sick.
1 Philadelphia, "July 25. " '
A Negro seduced the daughter of his
"master 'at Laurel,' Del. j a couple of of
- "ficers endeavored to arrest him, when he
'-aitabbed one and mortally wounded . the
therand then escaped. A reward of
200 is offered. ' . ; . : ' "-t:
.'..The train which left New York' this
-Vorniag and due here at 1 1, has not ar
jriTed, this 2 P. M. . It is feared some
-evecident has befallen it. ..
''"T1 ;;t'.PHn.ADaxrHiA;'Jury. 17.-'-;'
tt baa deen ascertained this afternoon
that John ' Tucker, - President of the
-"Beading B. B. Co.; ibetweeii $100,000
vand 200,000, behind in bis accounts. . ?
-; The development has caused much
excitement' , and the stock considerably
. declined Vl.V-T i.:.- I- -l "'. '.
Tucker was also heavily interested in
the- Wartonr Iron Works: also heavily
'engaged in the Absecom K.' K."
.--Hia notes were laid, over yesterday
fat the first time. " -
I" - '".t 'raNEW- To,' July 27. '
-a Tha. steamer Glasgow from Glasgow
5s below l- She" left on the 13th, and her
iews has been anticipated.". ' ",'.. ... .
. A fight. oeetared at the -foot of Amos
St, this morning- 'between-' Jno. Mori
sieyahd Bill Poole, in whicb the' former
wiaaiaidly thrashed, besides as it is rev
wMi'toft Ae used a knife. - r- ;
'9 ;52Ut ''waj one of the most brutal
as vex fritnaa&fid. Morrisey is most shock
-inglydisiigured about the face, both eyes
Are closed and bis face cut up in a fright
ful manner. '. ' , . '',
-. jJJja fx',endfl.twere junabie to reoogniie
Jhim. . '""''!'-
-.il'3PodI-bs;lr5end left for Co-
iliey IalandL . . '
.--in the Franklin' Hospital since yester
day, there have been afen cases and
Tthree deaths..fjron. cholera. , -.. .
a .In Brooklyn -ndmring the ame period
$ A new pases Laixd.5.deaths. '."!
Ji Jondcm Jetter states .that 1 agents
re ia LODdon -and jparia, ndearoring
jto rrtcrotiAte-or Turkey a loanasf five
onilUona. . -.
' Norfolk, Jnly 27
t.TEe Board of Health cf this city have
ordered the French ' war steamer Chri
nett, which arrived here avweek ago from
"Havana to recuperate the health of her
officers and. crew, to be placed in quar
santiBej as it is feared she has yellow fever
too board,' and that it will spread to the
' Boston,'" July 27. "
' a-sOffape Bable, on the 24th inst., the
trig- jWr Reger,.f Boston, came
. in collisioa irUh the British bark 2Vi
fesf Jtfpcfrojn.p. Johns for LiverpooL
The brig sunk ia & minutes. The
Captain ' anal saar c ffrerB : Bared and
.rongijt this port. -, ,
- ,t -. Baltimobe itTul 25, :
"..1vice j,Texa & he S6fb.'jtfj
received at Jiea; Orleans, .
The Texas papers were fijled with ao
fscuu t of the devastation of tjte Indiana.
-There was not a sufficient force of sold
iers to keep them in check.' '--J, i
' ' The Indian w,era"a6iatejl y pjr7
pflejlCAUS. : c '
ARRIVAL OP THE AFRICA.
'-' ' New Yom. July 27.
.- The Canard steamer Africa arrived
at this tort at half-past 9 o'clock this
morninir. with Liverpool dates to the
15th iost.' - -
, , CoMMEitcxAL Intelligence, ' :.
There was a moderate business do
ing in Breadstuff's at Liverpool", at lower
prices. . Richardson" quotes good Ohio
Flour at 34s 34s 6d, and extra do at
45s. White Wheat lOfaiOs 9 id, and
red do 9s 7d10a., Indian Corn 36s;
Provision were in moderate demand
at unchaneed rates.! '.; ' . ' .
At the quarterly meeting of the Iron
Masters at Liverpool, the advance oii.1
& ton on manufactured Iron was con
firmed." Orders are1 abundant,- and pri
ces firmly , maintained. . . Pig Iron in
Staffordshire is very Bcarce, and the
best makers have sold all they can pro
duce for three months to come. Bar
Iron in Wales is firm at 9 Is "$ ton,
deliverable at Newport and Cardiff.-
Scotch Pig is quiet at 8687s "ft ton at
Glasgow, cash. The stock on hand is
greatly reduced. The present quota
tions in. Liverpool are, Merchant Bar,
9 15s; Nail Rods, 11 10s, and Hoops
13. - - ' : - ; - ';" ;;
The news continues important, though
the war question has undergone but lit
tle change.-.. It is now. confirmed that
the Russians have received counter or
ders, and will not quit Wallachia.
; . The Austrians have for the present
entirely relinquished their intention of
occupying me rrincipaiiiies. .-v. ... .
' ' No new. facts have transpired as to
the progress of the Prussian and Aus
trian negotiations. . It is believed that
all the smaller German States will ad
here to the Austro-Prussian Convention.
The feeling in England with respect
to the new complication is decidedly un
easy J . "' " ' ;.' . ... '"
There has been severe fighting on the
Danube.'" Tbe Turks, under Omar Pa
sha personally," after severe ' fighting,
have captured the Danube Islands and
the city of Guiagevo, which they now
occupy. J. no - details are not to nana.
It is clear that the Turks have assumed
offensive measures, and with the reserve
of the Anglo-French, the first divisions
of whom are now at Kutschuk, they
will probably risk a pitched battle.
Gortschakoff, with thirty thousand men,
is advancing by forced marches to diss
possess them of tiuirgevo.
- The Black Sea fleet was last seen pro
ceeding from Odessa in the direction of
Napier's fleet, with' cholera on board,
had gone to anchor on Bomersund Bay.
" RedachiJ Pacha had resumed the
Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- The ex-Ministry of Greece have been
indicted for appropriating the public mo
ney to fostering the recent insurrection.
JNapolkon is at itir'com ana Calais,
witnessing the embarkation of the French
army for the Baltic.
: It is certain that 18,000 men of the
Anglo-French forces have joined Omar
Pasha at Putschuk tho on the 7th and
8th days of July, inflicted great loss on
the .Kussians at uiurgevo. It is believed
also that the Turks have crossed : the
Danube at Oltenitza.
. The news from Spain is very imperfect!
The insurgents however ,secm to maintain
themselves under Generals berrens, U -
Donncll and Dulse, They number 5000,
and are going towards Andalusia, Some
movements favoring them have occurred
- - New Yoke, July 28.
At the Franklin ' street Hospital, du
ring the last 24 hours, there were fifteen
cases and four deaths of cholera.
THE OLD FORTRESS OF
IS keptia fall blast, by the constant arrival
of Staple aad Fancy Goods, from the east
ern Maaufactoriea, embracisf a beautiful .. ..
T . ASSORTMENTS OF SILKS '
such as rich Brocades, PIsids aad Fancy Dress
Silks, Plsia and Rich High Laatred Black
Silks, Plaia Mode Colored Meriaoa,- Cashmere
Delaine, Coburgs aad Paramatas, 8ilk and
Woolen Ptaids,. illegantly - Rich. Printed Ue
laiaes, Black, and Colored Alpacaa, French,
English and American V, . r . .V --
-- PRINTS AND GINGHAMS! '
Dress Trimming, of every style and variety;
Shawls of every description; Bonnet and Csp
Ribbons; Taffitta, Satin and Velvet Ribbons;
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
Plain and Embroidered Linen Cambric Hand,
kerchieft; Ladies ana Gentlemen's Gloves,
Cravats, Scarfs, Under Garments, fee.
Alto Bread Clothe, all eolors aad prices;
Sattiaetta and Catsimeres. Tweeds and Drill
ingt; Vesting s, Satina, Buffs,' Marseilles, kc.
Ia short, every article in the Gentleman's De
- B0C8E-WIFERr AND FAMILY GOODS! ;
Sseh aa Linen and Cotton Sheetings aad Shirt
inga, Table Damasks, Napkina, Towels, Tow.
clings, Crashes, Dispers, Ac, etc., which we
are prepared Co aell at as low prices as caa be
iooad ia this or any market srest of New York.
An examination of mv 8 lock by the public is
J. R. SQUIRE.
N. B. I would call the atteatioa of my
frienda and customers to the fact, that 1 have
removed from the Empire Store to the Old
Fortress nearly opposite. Don't mistake the
Ashland, March 29, 1864. .4&tf
SKILLING & BURNS
HAVE the pleaaore of informing the public
in general, that they have just received
from New-York their Spring end Summer
Stock of Goods, which they offer to sell at
very low prices. To be convinced of this fact
the pablic will ontv have to call and examine
their large and varied Stock of
Rta&i-Uadt Clothing, Cloth, Cattimeret, Vett
ing!, Summer Htvfft, Leghorn and Palm
Leaf BATS, GROCERIES, ...
, T'aftNE LMIE"
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS in great variety
BoVTo thi Lasix). We invite particular
attrition to our Stock of DRESS GOODS,
which is one bi the most desirable ever onered
. a . . - .1
". tHi. i? ZZ"""? 8,eB",t
, that we will not be, undersold by any I
' thi. or adjoining Counties ; for w.re
determined, by close attention to business,, to
see bow low we caa sell Goods aad make a liv
ing. ' Ia short, onr Stock is very complete; end
ao peine, on oa-part, will be apared to make
onr Store the seat of general attraction t'.ro'
autlbe season, by constant, supplies of such
Goods as the country requires, and at prices
that will b certain to give satisftction.
i . - -J. D. 'KILLING,
y -.---.-' H. BURNS.
Aahlmd, May J4th, 18M. - ' Sal I
Old Iron Wnnled. -
TBE subscriber will pay CASH for any quantity
ofola metal dali vsred at his foundry ia Athlaad
Feb, l.A7tL. - i..
ASII1UAM I MARKET.
r- aaiuit JH,IK ie.
. . . ....a..'. . ,9 .. C. .91 e
Pfcotoa per aarrel.M-r.......k...m..v...VaQ.B0
OaTa. .r ..... t .... j ... ...v.... ..95a fiSc
C 011.. r... ,', ..... . . ?1 a 40
Btrrrse beak. la roll .-..;. ...... ...... 10c
Eaaa.............:.......... ....... ........... sc
tAaa. .n..... ..... . . ... ... . . Sc
raaTaiaas. ...... ......... ...a0c
. CLEVELANn MARKET '. 4
- CcrvaLaa'B. July 31.
Floor Sale Saturday of ICO able City Mill eitra
at ,25 ; to-day We bear salee of 58 bbla Indlaa at
38,23 and 8S do SBperfine at tbe same Scare. -Wheat
No aalea ; but little ia market.
Cora Salea of S0GO bu and 7000 do from store at
S6c ; market firm. " ,
OataC Held at 37 938c from cars ; retail at 40c;
ao tiastaatiooa."''' ' r--- '
ProTttioBa Hame For prime Sc, with aafesof
lOcwt. Bbouldi.'i ' Held at'taSc.'' Pork Veaa
Worth $11,50, and but nttledoing. Lard Sic.
Batter Prima worU 13 a 14ic Caeeae H a Be,
with so. tale market o.ulat.- ; jf " X T"
ClNCIItHATI flABKET.; ';'
-. .. i -. Ctaoibavr, July 29.
' Flour ie firm an 7,S3. "Wbiikey baa advanced
to 231c, There la aa active demand for Sugar. witL
aalea of TOO hhde at preloua ratea. 'Wbeat baa ad
vanced to l SS. Salraof 350 bbla Mesa Pork at 3 10,
5 a 10 SO.
MAHBIEDOl Us STtb alt., bj Wi. B.
McCabtt, Eeq., Mr. GEOKGB H. 6HEIDLER, to
Miaa CATHABIXB SHOPBXLL, all of OraBfa Tp
. MEDICAL NOTICES. ',
REPEAL! REPEAL! !
' tt tkm1kmTiftht stasia it. Miff If ' Wben
tnta Become so lnfataaled with power, either in
otseasioa or t jcpactaacjr, aa to ran on altar every
new dogma, and at tbe oidding of tbe.r imperial
master, paaa lawe in direct violatioS of tbe plain-
aat principles of our republican intUtutiona, it be
comes tbs Tox Populito rise ia their might, wtta-
oatdittinction ofpartr, aad compel oar servants to
repeal tboee obnozioua portiona of our' lawa that
strike at the root of our independence. . So, a'to
pbjeically ; whea men run off after every new
tangled aoetram opened to the public. They not
ocly endanger their own, bat the Uvea of their
fami'jee and friends. It ia therefor w'th pleasure
ws agaia recommend to the afflicted the uie of
KoAumii am-bbalisjo Oimtmbst, aa aid and
well-tried remedy, aad almost certain cure for
Burnt, Bruise, Cute, Weavele, Scald Head, Ague ia
the breast, Coras, Spinal Affection, Fevers, and
all Febrile diseases, too numerous to mention.
That by restoring the insensible perspi'atioo.iten
ablea the ayatem to throw off all the old worn ont
particles, thereby restoring- to sound, andj pej-ffct
health. For sale by J. B. V. Sampsel dt co and B.
B. Ctrnbh ec eo . Ashland ; J. McCrory, MiAin : T
W. Coulter, Perry tville ; D. E. Stockman, Loudon
ville; L. Spencer er CO., McKay; J. KinniogerA
co., Hayes ville; Bagerman and Buchanan, Hayes
ville; Coulter and Goodwin, Lafayette; W. Spen
cer e co.. Albion,-J. i. Wright, Sullivan: Michael
Kriege, Orange; H. 8. See. CO., Savanah ; K. F.
Bealy.Troy. . ; ' lyn7
A Wonderful Discovery baa recently been made
by Dr. Curtis, of tbia city, in tbe treatment of con
sumption, asthma, and all diseases of the lungs.
We refer to Dr. Curtis's Hygean or. Inhaliug Hy
gean Vapor and cherry eyrup. Within tbia new
method tbe Dr. has restored many afflicted onea to
perfect health ; Ss an evidenee of which he has
nnumeroble certificates. Speaking of tbe treat
ment a physician remarks: It Is evident that In
baling constantly breathing an agreeable, healing
vapor, the medicinal propretiea must come in di
rect contract with the whole of the atrial cavity
of tbe lung, and tbua escape the many and varied
cbangea produced upon them when introduced in
to the stomach, aad eubject to tbe process ol di
geetioa. The Rygeanaitfor tale at an tbe drug
gists througheut tbe country. Y. Dmekmon. .
See advertisement of Medicated Inhalation in
csnother column of tbia paper.' " 1) 2
Bead tkifmllewinf Letter from am. kenettmen.i a
etr 7r. L. Mem' Llntr Buleamu .t .,.
Dr.A. L. Asau-:Dar Sir: . Having for some
time deemed it a duty wbica I feel is incumbent
upon me, to give in my. testimony in favor of your
Liver Balaam, and with a faitb. which ia nnyield
ing, that 1 ehall be the- meaoe of aaving eomo from
tbe tortures of disease.- Allow me here to give it,
hoping you'wiirpublieh the tame: ' I waa an Inva
lid for three or four yean, with (perhapa a acrofu-louej-bumor;
cauaing an eruption on different
parte of my body, forming acoba or ecalea on the
skin, with sharp itching and burning ; and at tbs
sains tin.e I . was a confirmed dyspeptic, aad per
haps a hypochondriac - I waadecloredby the moat
celebrated pbyaiaiaaa of Homer aad Cortlandville,
and waa positively farther and farther from a core,
sir. "Woodruff several times advised me to consult
Dr. Adams, thea of Groton 1 1 did so, and 'he gave
ma a bottle of bis Liver Balsam, but gavs but little
eacouragement of e cure.' I began to feel better
before tbe first bottls was empty ; obt ined nore,
sad continued to take it, and was soon restored to
good health. One of my children was cured after,
wards of sssmingty tbs aama disease, by tbe aame
invaluable compound. I would pay ti per bottle
for it, if I could not buy it less., .rather than not
have it by me. ------- Tours, e.,
.it : -. i ... . 'A. WM.-GAYLORD.
Cortland, Cortland ca.,K. Y, Mar. S3, '534 wis
Bee advertisement in another colomn.
.. 4-.- ! - . t .A J
- - JOWa eeldem ever recommend a manaCectaied
medicine,' believing; that, in mast eases, nature
herself perfects a cure more rapidly and effectually
tbaa can be accomplished bp tbe vegetables and
minerals of medical aclease. Bat la tbe matter or
dyspepsia,' there are cbrenle- features about it,
which, very often, defy all the efforts of aatnrs to
creote a healthy, action of tbe disgeativs organs,
and It not aaft-eqoently happens that thousands
suffer for yesrs,discsaed both in body end In mill,
from Indigestion and Its kindred Ills.1 To sach
Hoonaad'e German Bitters, prepared hy Dr. C. M.
Jackson, are truly a most valuable preparation.
It is a tonic medicine, giving a healthy action to
the stomach, and will be found- highly serviceable
at all seasons, bat especially daring tbe spring. Dys
pepsia can only be eared by a patient perseverance
in one course of treatment ; and to all those tuf.
fering andsvthU sad malady w would recommend
an application to tbe depot of Hoofisnd's Gennaa
Bitters, 190 Arch street, Philadelphia. PkiU.Inm.
Aug. S, ISM. -- --- 4wl0
70" Sons. Uacsaa, and all eruptions and
diseases arising from an impure or depraved state
of the blood... Bee tbe extraordinary cure of air.
Wm. O. Harwood, a highly respectable citlsea of
Richmond, Va., by Carter's Spanish Mixture. Be
had ulcers and sores of the worst description, aad
finally gotao bad, hs was nnsbls to walk, except
on crutchee. ' A few bottles of Carter's Spanish
Mixture the great blood purifier, cured him. ss It
has cured hundreds of others who have suffered
with rheumatism, bad effects of mercury, and pains
and ulcers of tbe Joints. ,
a Sea advertisement. ,. .Aug. 8, 'SaSwlO
AC-1 '-VIS WANTED....',
FROM three to five dollara per day, war
ranted to any young maa of energy.- - Ad
areas, Post-paid, A. P. Cubby, New London,
Huron County, Ohio.
July 26th, 1854. ..- - . 4w .-
( SUCCESSOR TO W. H. H. POTTER,) .
Dealer in Btobl, Statienaerr Wall
stipes', Ac, eve.
SCHOOL, Miscellaeeous and Blank Books;
Stationery and Fancy articles. Have on
DUUVBVIT ar tv-y ass sjsa.
band, and eoi.Untly receiving,
,. ,. Annrm
ng, iae istest puo
west of the Bamp-
Ashlsnd, July 56, 1S54.
... jj-ire your Allies!
ASHES wantnd by the-Subacriber, at his
Aahery in Ashland, tor which the biebest
market price will be paid in goods. '.
Oetober aa,lft.. ttStf .:. -:
A LARSON WALKER annonoces to tbe public
that he ia now prepared to make coffins on
tbe shortest notice, at price much lesa than they
aremade'at aayeUierahoum Ashland.. ' He can be
aremaaeat an y ewer anop m aao
ound at Kxiechbaunt's old (iJOBi
. May Tsa, MM. ... .:.
njnjqr j-u-uru'UVtr'ir--- -..aMaaeass -y
Tht rrlBiclsat( tf Crawsrtrs CetBMaaier-
HATING some, time since secured tbe ik
valoable -services of Prof. Tbact, ol New
York, author ot-a series ol Mathematical works
to lecturefbefore bis Ktudenls opo Commercial
Calculations, has been induced; by argent so
licitations of Teachers, to- hste tbe Professor,
ia connection with others, deliver a coarse of
Lectares vpon all branchet V Jtfuauum, be.
fore AsrstsJ Clots, daring the meats: af Ao-j
SaSt. J ' " -
The renutatioa of Prof. Tbact aa a Mathe
matics n, aad hia elearaad loo id manner of
demoastratioa. are too well knewa to require
comment. For maay years be was Principal of
tbe Uaaeieat Jastitote, M. york, ana aeservea.
ly ranks as oae or the best teachers of these,
These Lectares are intended to benefit the
Students iu attendance st the Commercial Col
lege, but the arranrements will include those
who de not wish to take a College coarse. To
those who desis-n to pursue the basitess of
teaclrinB, especially, this opportusity will be
a aolden ote, eomins- as it does ia vacation
aeaaon, and at ao little expense to them, aad
prenerins sach rich sdvantasea.
- aaVArraaB:ements are beinr mde to secure
the services oi one of the be.t teachers of
Penmsnshio ia the country.
1 CRMS. Students of the College, or those
who become stodenta at the commencement or
during the lectures, or purchaee scholarships
ox the Isatitouon to attend at any euuaequent
period within alz-montha,. will' be emitted to
the Lectures Vet of charge.
Those who desire only to attend the lectures.
including ptnmamntp,. it! Dr charged ten dol
93rThe Lectures to commence on the 8th ol
l. B. Teachers can have sccess to sa excel
lent Library in the College.
WM. W, GRANGER, Principal
TO SCHOOL TEACHERS.
The Board of Examiners deeming it impor
tant lor tbe welfare of Public Schools that the
teachers snd those designing- to become suoh,
should avail themselves of every opportusity
offered for their advancement, beg leave to
state the inducements to attend Gbapdbb's
ComvEacist Coixasc. daring the month ef
August : .;.-;..-.-
1st. Instructions will be given in all the
brancke of Science, ordinarily repaired ia oar
Sd. PxsMABtHip will be taught thoroughly
and tyttematicallu. The latter inducement tbe
Board consider highly Dal tering.
To those who do not tesch except during the
cold season, a good opportunity is onered to
review their studies, which all acknowledge
a nne qua non to uere.
To those who- do not consider themeelvee
thoroughly prepared for teaching, a fine chance
ie given to make a dan preparation Sir their
To thoee who have never taught a rare op
portunity ia afforded to gain - tbe requisite
knowledge. la a word, we may say, that in
onr opinion there ie sufficient inducement or
ail who nave taught or wieh to teach, to apend
a lew weeke in atteadaace upon theae Lac
tare a. -v --..- -;.
Proi. Tbact needs no commendation Irom
as As it knovm to you.'. Ot Mr. Gaanccn we
aimply say, that ia onr judgment, he will spare
no Isbor or expense in procuring smply qua li
ne? instructors to assist.
M. MAY, i- r ; y 1 Board of
' ALEX. BARTtETT, f Examiner.
Notc Mr. 8ncrc, our fellow Examiner, is
now-absent from tbe State, bit we ire tully
peraasded that be would most heartily sub
scribe to this recommendation were he here.
Mansfield, Aug. , 1864. ' gwlO '
CXEVELAITD, OHIO. -
E. G-. FOLfiOM, A B., Principal, Teacher of Practi
cal and Ornamental Penmanship.
K. P. GOOUNUGH buperiuteuuent. Prof. of the
Theory and Practice of Book-Keeping. aud Lec
turer on Mercantile Cuatoma, General Laws of
Trade. Accounts. A-c.
W. H. HOLISTKR, Assistant In Book Keeping De.
GBO. WILSY, THOS. H. BAY and O. B. PREHLAI
or the Cleveland. .Bar, Lecturers on naeicanuie
Ksv. K. H. NEVIN and J. C. VAUGHN. Esq..
Lecturers on Political Kci noiny.
R. P. HUMlbTON. Lecturer on tke History of Com
merce and the Art of Computation. s
A. C. Browa well - r -r- Andrew Freete, ,
John B Waring, ' . . Jobn 6heruan,
T. C. Severance, - D. P. Eel.-
. Jiargion ...rnspin, .T. K. Hay,-
Truman P. Bandy, John L. Severance.
8. H Mather, .. , . G. W. bafud. -..
For the Mercantile Course, Tilts unlimited. $ 00
Tbe same Course for ladies 300
Twenty Lessons in Practical Penmanship
simply. 5 00
For full Course ia Flourishing, dec. -. ... .35 40
The Principal of the Institution, guided by tbe
wants and experiences of the Mercsntile communi
ty has brecently secured some of the ablest men in
the State aa Instructors and Lecturers in tbe va
rious departmenta of tbe College
- The- Prof, of the Fcience of Accounts, bss had
an experience of eight or nine years n Commer
cial Affairs, alternating-hit time, partly aa Teach
er, in tbe Mercantile Colleget of Cincinati, -Pitts-burgh
and Cleveland, and partly at an actual Book
keeperin tbe bett Butineaa Houae in the Country.
Theae rare qualifications, yet so desirable and so
seldom round in our Mercantile bchoolt. will en
able tbit College to impart a more thorough
knowledge of the real SMiaatia of Practical and
Theoretical Book-Keeping than can be bad proba
bly in any similar institution ia tbe U. States.
The tubject of Commercial Calculations will
have more prominence in this than in most Institu
tion! of tbe kind, tince a separate chair la-to na de
voted to it besides the utual instruction given by
the tbe Prof, of Accounts. The modus operandi
of Teaching is entirely new snd original puraued
by no Mercantile School found in no text book,
and may be justly aad properly styled ' telegraphic '
in ita nature, sines it will abridge the labors of
tbe Accountant, more than one half.
Penmanship In addition to the usual methods
puraued, will be taught-new and dnrivalled Sys
tem of Cbirythmographr. developed by tbe Princi
pal in bis extensive experience as Instructor in tbe
Public Schools of this city snd elsewhere. This
rystem will produce tbe popular Commercial Hand
of the day, in about half tbe time usually devoted
to. that purpose. ,- s - , . ' - - s
' TTr Por further particular! eee circulars just fe
sued and tbe Tegular catalogues. 6snd for them by
- Cleveland. Aug. t, 1854. ' .- 45 tf
AT my instance a writ of Attachment was this
day issued by Homer Peck, a Justice of tbe
Peace for Ruggles township, Ashland county, Ohio,
agsinst the property and effects of John A. Boanell,
a non-resident debtor. - Ps'ed this 1 lib dsy ot Jnly
A. D., 1854. JANK BUCKINGHAM.
Aug. 8. '54.-3 Wl ' JA8. GKISKOLD. ,
HaV .JL,AKtC .eft CRANES would re
spectfully inform the citisensof. Ashland
and vicinity, that they have associated them
selves together for the practice ef Mediciae
aad Surgery in nil their various braaches, and
by diligence and close attention to their office,
and prompt stteadaace upon all calls at all
hour, tbey hope to merit a . liberal share of
pablic patronage. - Da. ClaBk offers bisthsoks
to all those who hsve heretofore favored him
with their business, and will be under renew
ed obligations for a continuance of the same.
Pa. Cbajie, will devote special attention to the
study and practice ol Surgery ia all ita vari
eties, sad more especially ia all diseaaea el
the Ey , either acute or chronic.
9a9 Orncc, adjoining Millington'a Drag
Store, oppoMle P. at J. Risser's ttore.
y-D. Clabk's residence near the Metho
Da. Ciaii'i on third strset opposite v .
Watson's. - - . ' P. H.CLARK, M. D.
- -- " - ' I. L.CRANE, M. D.
April 19th, 1854 n48U - '
''Iv !lv.VTJ ICI'WAieiH.
RAN sway from the subscriber, on the 23d
ot July, 1S54, an indentured apprentice
named Jobn Calvin, aged twenty years. All
persona are hereby notified not to truat, harbor
or employ aaid apprentice.
39 HENRY HANAWALT.
Hanover Tp., Aahland Co., July 24, 1854.
rIHE undersigned will sell on Saturday the
J 11th day of August, 1354, tbe building of
s bridge in Ruggles township, on tbe East road
from Savannah - to New London,, acroaa the
Buck Creek River near John Gribuen, aod near
Mr. Purdey, the plan of bridge to be made
known on day of aale.
. LUKE SELBY, '
' " . ' GEORGE McCONNEXt;
. " . "AMOS HILBORN, . . .
'"' '' "'' Commissioners.'
July 26th,' 1854." '"r. 4w9
THE undersigned will sell on Saturday the
12th day of August, 1864, the old Bridge
about one-half mile op the same Creek.
-.-- ' ' - ' ; LUKE SELBY,
-.:.,-. t-GKORGK McCONNELL, --l;.
: . i :: AMOS HILBORN,
:.-. -t. - Commissioners-.
July 26th, 1851. 4w9 ---
lTrFRKSHsupply"nf Wright' Indian Feg
'e table Pill, a standard English Medicine,,
for tbe revenxion and cure of diteaae, to aid
and improve, digestion and purify the blood.
For sale at tlje new Drag; Store in Ashland,!
To Westera llerchants
mHK subscriber would call the attention of deal
X era general ly to the extenai ve arraagsmSBts they
have made ror the importation aad sale Of smllsh
French, and German Dry Goods.
Having e buyer nermanentlv - located in Bo
rons, wheea entire attention will be given to tke
selection of Goods for oar ssle, ws shall be in re
ceipt of new and desirable Dress Goods by each
steamer, unr stock of ,
v lute GuudK, Htierr. Shawla dt Notions.
will be round complete. - Alto, a large variety
of black -and colored SUks, Saline, etc. Cloths,
Catsimeres aud- Vesting, Linens, Drillings, die.
ato. ana laiior t iummingt generally.
, Alwaye oa hand all leading styles Of Domes
ticwooas, niescnea ana crown
Cnttosi. frills, ' Ticks.- Stripes.- Denlme
with a choice- assortment -ef Merrimack and - Ce
cbecc Prints, Lancaster Ginghams, eVe.; dtc-.--y
The Clotbinx DepartmeM fonder the Arm of I..
H Trtia at Co.,) Wfll embrace a great variety of
well Made Garments, men aa cannot fail .to, give
satterac uoa. , : ...
Ws iavite the attention of cash and abort time
bsyera. . .
TTP We bave also secured the services of W,
L STRONG, (late of Mansfield. Ohio.) who will
take great pleasure in showing yoa through our
.stock ; whea yon visit this market, please favor
him with a call,
i s. - ! L.O: WILSON ek CO
NO. It COUBTLABB ST., ABB 11 ABB 13 PT ST II
jaauary 85, IB54. lr,
HO! FOR NEBRASKA !
' Another Arrival of New Goods
' .1,: : , AX THE i " - -
; t. c. bushnell;
FOR the third time this season,' sends forth
his proclamation to the People if Ashland
snd surrounding coontiee, -announcing that he
baa juat received a freah supply ol new t
wbicb.be is bound to aell at some price during
0?bummer, snd make- room lor his Fall sap
ply. The only ." advaktaocs" ol which he
can bosst are, that he has tbe newett good, the
latttt ttyltt, the large! assortment, and ean sell
his goods ss
CHEAP, IF NOT CHEAPER,'
than sny establishment in ti e county. - He hss
long since found ont that the people will help
those trAe help them, snd it is no iratter of sur
prise thst the greet rush is to the People's Em
porium, snd that the Old, Fortreaaea " are
comparatively deserted, sines his second stc.ck
of New Goods bas arrived.
I have ii unsurpassed assortment of Plain
aad Figured Dress SiUts, Foreign aad Domestic
Lawns and Ginghams, every description of
White Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, and, in short.
every description of .
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS!
necesaary to complete a Lady's Wsrdrobe. Let
it be distiactly understood, that I have the lar
gest sad best assortment ol .
ever brought to Ashland, and ye who doubt i
call and aee for yourselves. Ladies, if yoa wan
to purchase Qaeenswsre, the People's Empori
um . uie piaee to get it- la the
I am fully prepared to meet any demands that
may be made upon me. My Stock ef C'oths,
(.assimeres, veatinga, ana ... : : .-- -
LINEN DRESS GOODS! f
is very extensive; Hata aad Caps, ia abundance.
1 bare also a large, assortment ot .- .
READY-MADB CLOTHING !
and am also prepared to do custom work oa
short notice, and warranted to give satisfaction.
la conclusion I have only te say that the
Stock is complete is) all its parts, and I ean
warrant aatiataction either ia quality, quantity.
or price. Highest nuntet price paid lor
- WOOIl J
aad mil kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE;
Aahland, Jane 21, 1854. . 4lf
HAVE A HAT, SIB?
KOtr ABRITIHC AT THE
ASHLAND HAT STORE !
A N immense assortment of new
J and Fashionable
, HATS AND CAPS! -
for the- summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, con-
aiat-ing of a large variety ol
"SILK HATS! ." '
from" $2 to $5; Kossuth Hats from 50 c Is. to
t-2,50; Macyar Hats, from BI to $3; Otter
Hats, from $2 io $3.50 j a large aaaortment of
considered the moat tasty, comfortable snd dur
able summe Hatr now in use, from $2 to C3,
dtlf Leghorn, from 7a to Hlo; Beater Hsts
from 93,ot to $o. Also a complete assortment
CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
Also, an endless variety of Men's' and Boy's
SUMMER HATS !
andall kinds of Children's Hats. - Jt would be
uaeleas to attempt, to enumerate the entire
stock, ss it is admitted on all bands to be the
largest and best selected etock of hsts, ever
brought to Ashland County, The subscriber
respectlully requests the public to call and
examine his slock, whether tbey bay or not.
' ; . SHEEP PELTS !
The subscriber will psy cash lor any quanti
ty of Sheep Pelte, delivered at his Store, op
posite the Franlin House, and one door East
of the Post Office, Ashland, Ohio.'
Ashland, April 19th, 1S54- . , . . n48tf .
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE JEWS !
80,000 Majority, and all the Counties
not heard from. J or the
Clothing and Furnishing Depot !
S. APPLE & CO.,
MAIN TREET. ASHLAND.O.
HIS extensive establishment basjuet
received the largest aad best select-
stock of clothing, aad gentlemen's
famishing goods, ever brought to this town or
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
sniuble for tbe largest man or smallest boy,
and at prices that will perfectly astonish yoa.
Come right along and examine our atock,
and see for yourselves. Here yoa will find
cartloadeof coata, eorda ol trowsers, and n
tarael pile of vests of every style and vrat-
ety, large enough nnd small enough, warm
eooogh aad cool enough for any seasoa. Oar
stock of Famishing goods is complete; con
sitting of Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Wrappers,
Drawers, kc, ate., in lact everything to bt eat
a maa ia perfect order. -Oar motto ia Quick
Sale and Small Profit ,nnd no charge for show
ing our goods.
of all kinds, made to order.- The Foreman in
this department ia one of the best workmen
Recollect the place, oce door east of
Squires, and one door west of Wsllack at
Coffin's Store. This extensive stock is under
the direction of onr agent, Mr. Z. Greenwald,
of Aahland. .......
8. APPLE a; CO., Philadelphia.
April 6, 1854. . 46tf .
C O HP E CTI 0 HE HY)
ERNST BACHERER respectfully aanoon
ces to his friends and lovers of good living
generally, that he has made a complete reno
vation in his establishment, oae door west of
the McNalty House, Ashland, Obu, and will
keep constantly on band during the ensuing
summer every luxury usually found ia this
market, s - v. r. - t
N. B. Knom all men. that no intoxicating
liquorwill be kept in my establishment.
Atiiaad, March nth, 1894. n tr.
CHANCE FOR A BARGAIN ! ;
IOWA L,AD lOlt SAL K.
THE attention of per'- 4t9w,
. ion wishing to PUia?5
tais cliase weatern lana is StosJ1
I'E fcalledtoa tract Ivins in K
Muakateen County, Iowa, -s ananas..
upon the eaat half of the south-west quarter of
section leven, in township, seventy-eight, north
of range one, west, containing eighty acres.
Said land ia dry Prairie, has on it s never fail
ing Spring, lies in the midst of a thickly aettled
country, snd. wtlhin a few miles or the county
teat i Terms reasonable. . For farther particu
lars inquire at this eibce. ..
Jane 38, 1864.
- -iltfcl)dmri5. '
r .n itmiN a- -f" il
ljesviHo Harble SUpp,
Af c KNIGHT & KIN G
Manufacturers of Monuments, 'Tomb
atones, J aOles, ac. oj Italian ana
American Marble.' -
""HHANKFOL for past favors, would
J respectfully inform tbe citizens ot Ash
lsnd snd the adjoining counties, that they con
tinue theabove business in all its varioai
branches; at.d having rfo Agents, they can and
will aell Grave .Stones trom Hi to taper cent
cheaner than Sf.ooscan that employ Agenta
It is evident that per-aona buying of Agenta
must pay the expenaes of that Agency. Shop
on Main street, one door east of the Penu
sylvsnia House. IJtl -
htj v jrx-g
D. V IIITIt,
PROPRIETOR of the above Machine, re
. speclfully announces that - he is now
making, snd will keep constantly on baud for
sale, these celebrated machines. They wil
readily hull from twenty to sixty bushels of
Clover Seed per day, and have no superior
either, in construction, cheapness or effective
ness. The Proprietor challenge and invue com-
Farmers will do well to-ca'l and examine
theae machines, before pVcliosing elsewhere
Price of mschines, $80.
For sale at the Shopol D. Whitinir, Ashland.
and nt the Shop or 1. 8. Sutherland, about I
miles sooth of Ashland.
Athland, July 36th , 1864. . 4w9
' PATENT '
CLOVER HULLING AND CLEANING MACHINE!
"TT AS awarded the First- Premium at the
T T World'a Fair, in New York, in 1853.
Also at the Ohio Sute Fairs, lor three success
ive years ; and at all other plrees. whenever
exhibited. Warranted to hull and clean from 20
to 40 bushels per day, or from to 6 bushel a per
hoar ; and with a new improvement, (now be
ing Patented) to be attacnea to tae Machines
made in 1804, tney win noil anacieaa oae louru
more in tae ssme urns.
For sale by M. H. MANSFIELD,
. Sole Manufacturer, Asblsad, Ohio.
Jubs 14,1854. n3tf.
N. B. Prosecutions will be promptly com.
menced for any infringement oi the rights of
be Pattentee. M. H. Jg
Hew Cabinet Wareroom
XKT ZX&-NGrJE: Z
rfiHE subscriber respectfully - snnonnces
1 . that he has permanently located bimselt
in the town 01 urange, Ashiano county, uoio,
where he ia prepared to manulac ture ail kind
of Cabinet Ware, auch aal
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS,
Dining Tables. Centre Tables,
n X KK-ROTTOMRD CHAIRS.
to order, on the shortest notice and most rea
sonable terms. Particular attention given to
TIvni7T!T A TTTr I TIT ISTNF.SS T
Country Produce taken in exchange for work,
and Casb always acceptame.
junri w ill.
Orange, April 5, 1864. . . 46t
LATEST SUMMER STYLES!
MRS. PILGRIM & CO., would respectfully
inform the Lsdies of Aahland, ana vicin
ity, tbat tbey still continue tne
Millinery and Dress Making Business,
at their old stand, one door east of the Timet'
printing o ffice, and having jast received the
LAl tst MJlMiUbK M r L.b.s, anu u-pm tneir
long experience io the buainese, leel fully con
ndent ol giving entire tatitiaclion- to all vjio
may favor them with their patronage.
Aahland, July o, laoi. . noti
C. A. IIVITIES,
ttSll -1- ing Of
vand most 1
Manufacturer of Boott and Shoe;'
HHKKK doors below tbe Times Print-
Office. Ashland, O bio. Custom
done to order on tbe shortest notice
December 14th, lb53. 30
.Tin hod. "
A -MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY has
recently been made by Dr. t cans, 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 Consomftion in the City ol mew
York and vicinity for a few months past, ever
known to man. . It is producing an impression
on Disease, of the longs never beiore witness
ed by the Medical Profession. See certifi
cates in hands of Agents.
The Inhaler is worn on tbe breast, under the
linen, without the least inconvenience, the
beat of the body being sufficient to evaporate
the fluid, supplying the lungs constantly with
a healing and agreeable -vapor, paaaiog into
all tbe air-cella aud pavaages ol the lunga that
cannot possibly be reached by other medicine.
xiere is a case :
; ..: Asthma. Cared.
Bbooklif, N. Y., Dec. 20th, 1853.
For about eight yeais I hsve beea severely
afflicted with the Asthma I for -the last two
years I have suffered beyond aI power of de
scription; months at a time i nave not neen
able to aleep in bed, getting what rest I could
sitting in my chair. My difficulty of breathing,
aad my sufferings were so great at times, that
ror hours together my friends expected each
hoar would be my laat. During the past six
years 1 - have bad the aid and attendance of
some of ihe mast celebrated' physicians, bat
have received no permanent benent, and ant
little relieL I at length bad the good fortune
to procure Dr. Curtis' Hygeana Vapor nnd
Cherry Syrup. At the time 1 first obtained it,
I wss srffering nnder one f my most violent
attache, aad was ia great distress, almost suf-
raeaUng ror waat or breath. - Ia less tbsn ten
aaiuntes from tke time I applied the Inhaler
to my st mom sen, aad took a t easpoonful ef the
Cherry Syrup, I waa relieved ia a great snems-
are irom tne difficulty ot Dreaming, ana nae
a comfortable night. I have since continued
it with the greatest possible benent, and am
now comparatively well.- God only knows the
amount of sonertng this medicine hat relieved
me from.- My advic- to the suffering is, try it.
Coneuuiptiun Cured. 1
New Yobk, Dec. 37th, 1863.
I csme to New York in the ship Telegraph:
mv native place is St. John's, New Brunswick;
when I reached this city, my health was very
poor t had a very bad cough, raised a good deal
or matter, wnicn wss rrequeauy mixeo wun
blood; bad pain in my left aide, and wss very
thin and emaciated. My friends aad physician
pronounced my case Consumption, and beyond
tbe reach ef medicine. I accidentally heard
of Dr. Curtis' Hygenia, or inhaling Hygean Va
por aad Cherry syrup, and obtaiaed a package,
which I verily believe was the means o-' saving
life. boon, alter wearing the Inhaler. I
took the Cherry Syrup ae directed, and con-'
tinned to do so, my eoug-h gradually growing
better, until it entirely left me, and I now con
sider myself cured. . I still wear the Inhaler,
as the use of it ia rather pleasant, and believing
it strengthening snd puriliing to tbe longs, I
fuel unwilling at present to dispense with it.
Sold by Boyd 8c Paul, No. 149 Chambers at.;
C. H. Ring, corner of John street and Broad
way, N. Y. Price $3 a package.
W.U. Any person inclosing S3 to soya s
Psul. or Curtis & Perkins, New York, wil rc-
eive a package containing a bottle of Hygean
Vapor, one of. Cherry Syrup, and an Inhaler
n a neat box, by expreas, Iree to any pan 01
the United Siates; or four packages for 8 10-
June 7, 183 . r ' lya.-
, A MOS LKW1S withes
that hs hat not quit tbe
ivery buetinesa. and that he hatiuat made a u its
an edition to hia Stable in ths the articles of Buk-
giet and 9:40 hortet.
nit stable it now kent Immeulatelv back of
theSamptel House. -Customers can always find
some person to attend to them either at tbe h ta
ble or the Sampsel House. Passengers carried from
Asniand In any oirsefipo, at asoaerate fates.
jusy i , IBOI. r -,, - . , 9w
-. SJiL, I
- - ' NOTICE.' " '
Amos C. Potter. "I
vs. . ..t AtklanfCi
Daaiel Beach, Sen., r -.-.a- .Plmx.
aad ethers. -
DANIEL BEACtfi Seal, Daaiel. . Beech,
Henry C. Wesbburs, William W. Waks
maa, and Zalmaa B. Wakeman, Eaecster ef
the last will and testament ef Jeesvp Wakeman,
deeeased, and the other children snd heirs at
law of said Jsssup Wakeaaaa, are hereby noti.
fied, that oa the I4tb day at July, A. D., 1864,
a Petitioa wss filed against them in the Court of
Common Pleas of Ashland Coaaty, Ohio, and
where the same is now pending, and that among
other things it is charged in said Petition, that
said Jessup Wvkeman in hia life time, was the
owner of a large quantity of land, in the Town
ship of Ruggles, in tbe County of Aahland, Ohio
and that he constituted, and appointed Daniel
Beach, Sen., his agent in Ruggles, to manage,
sell, and dispose ef-said lands for him. And
I bat as sach agent he sold lite South half ot lot
number thirty-five (J6,) lying, in the third sec
tion of Ruggles Towuship, then in floron, now
in said Aahland County, to one Marvin Richard
son, in the year A. D. 1835, sad that aaid Rich
ardson,' immediately took posseaston of said
land, and mado full payment therefor. And
that on or about the 11th day of March, 1836,
said Richardson, sold said lsnd to on Bradley
Potter, and that in the spring of 1840, said
B racily Potter, sold said land tor tbe sum of five
hundred and twenty-five dollsrs to Amos u
Potter, the Plaintiff, who took immediate pos
session of the same, and has remained in pos
ttion uutil the present time. The Petition
further sets forth that neither the aaid Jossup
Wakeman in his life time, nor his Executors,
or heirs at law since his death, nor the said
Daniel Beach, Sen., as his agent have made a
Deed for said land, to said Marvin Richardson,
the original purchaser, or t any 01 Dis assigns,
although said' sgent was often requested, and
often promised so to do.
The Petition farther charger, and sets forth
that in the month of March, A. D., 1854, and
while Ihe said Plaintiff was in possession of the
land, the Defendants Daniel B. Beach and
Henry C. Washburn, .well knowing tbat the
Plaintiff was the owner of tbe land, made,
pretended to makes purchase of said land from
the said Executors of sa d Jessup Wakeman,
and that Plaintiff has been-infrmed, that some
time in the month of May, 1854, the said Ex
ecutors made out and forwarded a Deed from
tbe State'of Connecticut, where they reside to
said Beach and Washburn, conveying to them
the title to aaid land, and that aaid Beach and
Waahburn, under their pretended contrect, at
tempted to take forcible possession of said
premises, by turning upon ihcm a number of
cattle, well knowing Plaintiffs right to the same.
Tbe object and prayer ot said Petition is,
that the contract if any made between tbe said
Dsaiel B. Beach and Henry C. Washburn. aad
tbe said Executors of Jessup Wakeman be set
aside, and annulled, and that the Deed made
by aaid Executors to ssid Beach sad Washburn
be set aside, cancelled, aad decreed and be
null and void; and tint the title to aaid land be
decreed to be in the Plaintiff, and lor general
relief. And said Defendants are further noti
fied that unless thev appear. snd plaid, answer
or demur to said Petition, on or before the third
Saturday, ai'ter tbe return day of process, the
Petition will be taken as true, and a decree
asked for accordingly.
. JLS.LLOGG at ALLISON, .
. FULTON fc McCOMBS,
July 19th, 1864. ' i . 6w8 .
AtanmlmleBmtrw Simla g Real Kaitsate.
IN pursuance of an order of the Probate Court
made at the Jnly term, 1864, 1 will offer for
sale oa the premieea on tbe 13th day of August
next, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. St
4 o'clock A. M., the lol lowing d (-scribed .Real
Estate, situate ia Aahland county , Ohio,' te wit:
Part nf tbe south-west quarter at section-14,
township S3, range 16; beginning et the section
line west or the smarter pest between, seeuea 14
and 33, 10 ehaina 14 links t thence north S
chains 75 links; thence west 4 chains; theses
north lit degrees, west 3 chains SO link te
quarter line ; thence west en the quarter like
to the north-west corner of said ouarter, tt
chains 10 links ; thence S. on section line 16
chsins; thence north 87 degrees, best It chain;
thence sooth 17 degrees, east schaiae 7 Hnfcs;
thence south 46 degrees, east 3 chains 75 links;
thence south 14 degrees, west 13chsins 35 links;
thence sooth 87 degress, west z chains 30 links:
thence south 39 degrees, west 4 chains 60 links
to section line 1 thence esst on section tine xo
chains :-'0 links to the place of beginning ; con
taining 74 29-100 acres out or the middle part
oisaid quarter. Also 3 seres, commencing on
the east snd west line, 21 rods west of north
west corner of north east quarter of aectloo 23,
same township as aforesaid ; thence west 21
rods a teet ; thence north 14 rocs 11 lect;
thence east 31 rods 3 feet; thence south 14
rods 11 feet, to the place of beginning con
taining 3 acres, more or leas.
Terms of sale one-third cash in band, one
third in one year, and he balance in 8 year
from sale with interest en back payments. Hack
payments secured by mortgage on the premi
JOHN VAN NEST, Adm'f
of Jacob Brsndt.
J. W. Smith. AtVvfor Pet'r - -
July 3,1854. - --. . - ngu
"Partition Notice. a"""'
JOHN Scott, sen., and Matilda his wife, Da-
OJ vid Scott and IsJizaDeth his wife, Joseph
Scott and Elizabeth his wile, Samuel Scott and
Mary Ann his wife, WiiJia.u Gilmoreand Nan
cy hia wife, John Alexander, jr.r and Maty hia
wife, George Smith, John Smith, David Smith,
Joseph Smith, John Scott, jr., and Elizabeth
bis wife, will take notice that a Petition -. was
tiled against them on the 8th day of July; A.
D., 1854, in the Court of Common Pleas of Ash-
laud County , Oiiio, by Walter Craig and Eliza
beth his wife, and is now pending, wherein the
said Walter Craig and Elisabeth hia wile, de
mand Partition of the following Real Estate, te
wit: The aoutb east quarter ol section twenty
seven, township twenty-one. of Range sixteen,
situate in the County of Ashland, and State of
Ohio, containing one hundred and sixty acres
more or less; and slso the north East quarter
of section twenty-four, township lour, north
nnge nine east, situate in the County of Wood
and state of Ohio, containing one hundred and
sixty acres, more or less; aud that at the next
term of said Court, application will be made
by the said Walter Craig and Elisabeth his wile
for an order tbat partition may be made by a id
premises. WALTER CRAIG, .
- By Fultoa & Mc Combs, their A try's '
July 13. 1854. 6w7
la Partition In Ashland
PURSUANT te the command of aa alia or.
der of sale in Partition, issued in tbe
above case from tbe Court of Common Pleas,
of Ashland Coanty 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
mondav. the 2l dav of Ausruit.
A. D., 1864, between ths hours of tea o'clock,
A.M.. sad four -o'clock, P.M., of said dsy.
the following described Real Estate, te wit
Let number thirty-sis, (36) and Lot number thirty-eight,
(38) in the town ef Jeremeville, ia
said coanty. appraised at foar hand red and fif
ty dollars. Terms of sale eaa third cash, en
the day ef aale, eae third ia eae year, and ea
third ia twe years thereafter, with interest.
Deferred payments to be teen red by mortgage
oa the premises.
e. !.. juries nnerin. .
July 13, 1864. - a7ts-pf 76
' . NOTICE
IS hereby given, ths' the nndereigned has
beea appointed and qualified aa Adminis
trator of the Estate of Henry Sbaaebarger, de
ceased. All pertoas having accounts against
said Estate are requested te preient them Ie
gaily authenticated for settlement within one
year from this date.
JALUB KIIAHDAWI.A, '
4dmr. oi H. 8banebarger, dee'd.
July S6th, 1864. - - 3w
BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES 11
BRYAN'8 PULMONIC WAFERS are unfail
ing in the cure of Coughs, Colds,. Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Sore Throatt,- Hoarseness,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Congumpliou, and
Diseases ol the Lungs. 1 nev nave no taate ol
medicine, andsny child will take them. Thou
sands have been restored- to health tbat bad
before dispaired. Testimony given in hundreds
of cases. A single dose relieves in ten min
Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers the oris-
nil and only genuine is stamped "Bryan.?'
Spuri'.s kinda are offered for tale.. Twenty-
hve cent a box. Sold by dealers generally.
J. BRYAN & Co., Rochester, New York, Pro
prietors.- Wholesale by J. D. Park, Cincin
nati, Uhio; w. r lake Cleveland, Ohio. -
February 8, 1854- n38tf. '
BARBER'S LINE OF HACKS,
land for New
at. 7. o'clock
r i A M con
nection with the cars on the Cleveland Colum
bus and Cincinnati Rail Road. '
Returning, ieava New London after the ar
rival of the trains. ;
Leive Ashland for Mansfield on Mondays,
Wcdaesdiysand Fridays, at 7, o'clock, P M.,
Leave -Ashland for Wootter on Tuesdays
Thnrsdhys and Saturdays at 6 o'clock PM.
.September, 1863. jr, j JetftTI
BACON'S aitfiRCAKTliat ctitES
SUHTH-VVET CC2SI2K2TH AX3 W1LXC1 ;
PERSONS Jest rs us ef h seam lag theresgk
and oeeemplitbed aeeeeotaass, wJH find st
greatly te tkeir advsatage te stall on-the an
darsig aed, before eeuragiac elseeheiee be tm
prepared to demonstrate, baily, that hi tastes
saodatiooa for students, the comprkeBMoaa
el the coarse ef iastructien, aad. facilities fee
procuring sites tie us for those desirous ef eo
taining. -these, are ansarpasisd , as it is be
lieved, enequaled,) .hy any similar; inatita.
tion in the United Suites.
Ia additioa to the regular course of lastreo
tia, thsre will.be r . ...... t
SERIES OF LECTURES
on topics of great importance in a commer
cial point ot view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy
Storer, E. D. Mansfield,-Esq., Rev. Samuel
W. Fisher, Henry C. Lord, Esq., Prof. Chas.
W. Wright, aad other eminent Lecturers and
Businessmen. These lectures being anew and
important feature not introduced in atfy of the
other Mercantile Colleges. ' ' -
Notwithstanding tbe gresS expense attea
dant upon securing tbe services ef able Lec
turers and Assistants, the Terme fee Tuition
will remain as heretofore, vis
For a full course of instruction in D E
Book-Keeping, Writing, Commercial
Calculation, Lectares, te... $40 00
Writing (only) per month.. 6 Ott
At a meeting of tbe Graduating Class of Bacon's
the-Mercautile College, held in the Lecture Boom
of College edifice, Friday. -11th ofarcn, IU353, J. S.
Baker was appointed chairman, aud Weston Ar
nold, Secretary. On motion; a committee of five,
composed ot ii. J. Bowman, J. bV Baker, 14. J.
For.ytb, f . O. Sawyer and Geo. Kichol, was ap
pointed to report resolutions exprettivs of ths
high opinion- entertained by the class, of the mer
its of ibis Institution, snd of tbe character and
qualifications of the Principal and bis Assistants.
Whereupon, the committee reported the follow
ing preamble and resolutions, which were unanl
Whbbbas. We, tbe members of the Graduat
ing Class of K. 8. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
about to separate, desire to give expression to our
feeliugt of respect for our esteemed lnstructor,.aad
bis corpa of able assistants. Therefore,
RMtlstd, Tbat the thanks of tbe class are doe
to our ssid instructors for the unilorm kindnets of
their deportment toward as while ia this Institu
tion at the same lime tbe tborougbnett of their
instructions has entitled them to our hijhesi re
spect and confidence. -
Reselvtd, Tbat ws recommend to this Instltlta
tion to sll wbo may desire to acquire a commer-
cial education, at affording tbe greatest facilities
for such acquisition.
Rsselvtdf Tbat we as a class, afflx' r.ur names
to these proceedings, snd that a copy of them be
delivered to H.H. Bacon, and that they bt published
tn the city capers. -J -
H. A. Bowman, S. Black, , 'Wm. W. Snyder,
Isaac Baaghman, J. S. Baker. Franklin Elliott,
P.W.Carroll, K. J. Foisjrtk, A. Paddock,
George Mchol, G. H. Hughes, Wsston Arnold,
Jamei Thompson. H. D. Kyger, - Danie'r Bowed,
W. T. Kobiuson, George llarvie, S. Field. -
Bacon's Mbbcabtilb Collio. The examine
tion of tht student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a
degree of proficiency on tneir psrt blgbly credtt
sbls to themselves and Mr. Bacon, tneir Instruc
tor. Tbe moat difficult problems In Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as ths most simple, giving
ample proof to the audience tbat the information
imparted during ths session would hs. of practical
benefit." Cincinnati Enewirer Merck 12' A, 183.
The various complex quettloos proposed by the
Principal aad other natlsmen . present, , wets aa.
swered with great promptitude - and conciseness,
which reflects grtat credit npos tnreoursa of study
pursued at this Institution." Ciav. Vm.lt etttt
"Mr. Bscon is unrivalled as a teacher. A di
ploma from this College In Cincinnati, ivrequlrssl
at a UsirusMii obltiaing situations la ths best'
Mercantile Houses la largs cities." CAiltitMas
. MrpUe JVtf eti. )M- ' -' -'
Mr Bacon has consti acted tht Lpper yroriloB sf
bis balldiag expressly for tbs purposes of bis as,
legs. aad without say doubt, H is tbe tsieM een
nlets arrancemeatof ths kind la the V. States.''
Cvatieaari Oatette, Jfro. B. 16S3. - :
Thit whole Instliutloa is sBdeektsdlTthe aseet
elegsnt end nsished sstablishmsni, for las r
fwii lav w ... tu. immrwr.
vis. art. aBt. IV. n. --- t "
School Uotics. ::
THX School Exsmtners of Alhlaad Ctsctr,' 0.
wlai hold their east PubUs KaosrtnaUeasl ot
follows: . .. - - . - -
U Ashland, oa the third astdrday sf hfay. At
Savannah, oa tbe second Saturday of laly. At
Hayasvills, en tbs second Satsrdsy of eptemker.
At Atblaad, oa tbe first Saturday ef October. Al
so, at the taane placo. en tae tatra nataraay ef
- - Each appHeant for a CertlflcaM will be rtesire
to fuxoish avidsnce of a good moral cbaxscur.
OLXsnunatloes to commence at u o'cioca, sv. St.
By order of the Board, - -
O. W. HILL, w'swv
Ashland, May TOth. 1834. Sltf
MICHAEL MILLER presents bis regards
to his friends and the public generally.
nd respectfully announces that ne has- opened
a Public House for the accommodation, of tbe
traveling public, directly opposite the 8anHp
sell House, Main street, Asliia-d, where be
will be glad to accommodate all whe may favor
him with a call. His table will always be sup.
plied with the luxuries of the season - Hiw
parlors and sleeping apartments are large and
commodious. Good stabling fur horses will also
be provided, and afaithful Hostler always i
attendance. . ... . ...
Boarding for private families or single per.
sons can be had at reasonable ratea. . . f
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT."
In connection with the Hotel, he will site
continue to keep open bis BAKERY AND RES
TAR ANT, where he will at all tiiaea keep on
Confectioneries, Pies, Bread. Cakes, -
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, in short
every luxury to be found on the tables of first
class eating houses. t
fOrife tfi'aAer it distinctly understood, that no
will be kept, -either in the Hotel or Saloon.
Ashland, March 8lh, 1864. a4i tf.
Emerwiu'i Amcrlcau llalr Restoratives
EOR restoring the Hair on heads hopelessly
Bald, and to prevent the hair from fall
ing, is winning gold-n opinions from persona
who are using it. This is a new article, re
cently intreduced to the public, and will
stand on its own merits. Some of the best
citizens ol Cleveland and Pittsburg, who were
hopelessly bald a few months siace, have
now the evidence on their heads to shew ot
its merits. Tbe proprietors hsve such confi
dence in it that they authorize their agehta
to take heada oa . guarantees price, to be
agreed upon between the parties.
Agent. '-'.-'. '""
C. at J. Rrssan. a.hl.nJ " "
HATtt It Kiirnriirecm, Hayetvillen
K. FISHER St CO., Proprietors,
' --- - 87, Superior st., Clerelsnd, Ohio.
May 15, I8i3. Iy4
1 NEW AND IMPORTANT
ROUTE TO TRAVELLEltS.
' JL eigned bas
ion sll e ed
rsaaing a EX
Ashland to . Loueoavllle leaviag Aahland
every Monday. Wednesdsy sad Friday at 8 e"
clock, A.M.sadarriviBg at Loadoaville at SP.
M-, connecting with the 3 o'clock P. M. train
for Pittsburgh and the 4 o'clock P Mtraia for
Crettliao same days. Leaviag Lead oa ville
every Tuesday, Thursday aad Saturday en
the arrival ol Eastern train at 10 A. M.t anal
arrives at Ashlaad at S 9. M., thereby eaah;
ling paasengers to go either Easter West oa -ths
cars aame day. erthosseomiag en morning
train either from Eaat or Went caa get to Aah
land wit hoot delay aad ettiseae wiahing te
visit the sooth psrt ef the coaaty, eaa have an
opportunity te traasact their haeineaa and rej
turn the same trip, aad sice tertm.- Fare
through one dollar.
A liberal dedoctiea te faatiliea and pleas
ure parties. . Enquire of tbe nndetaigaed at
the 'Franklin Heats in Asblsad. or at the
Railroad Depot, er Poet Office ia Leadea ville.
W. ROBESON, Prop rioter. -
Passeagers tak a to or from any Hotel ei
ther at Ashland or Loedonville.
Aahland, July 13, 1863. ra8
SC1THEREAN ILLUSTRAL, .
Or Great Western Hair Restorative
Ir promotes the growth, softens, makes per
maeeut, and restores the natural color ot
the hair. It gWet health to the skin and to the
glands which form the hair ; removes ail
Scurf, Dandruff, Eruptinaa and Feverish Heat
from the scalp. It fastens hair., preventa bald
ne a, add even causes a full growtt, where the
hair has fade a off. It contains no coloring mat
ter, but effects its wonderful chsngee in the
condition- of tlio hair, by giving health te
the skin ot tbe bead, and glands which form
the hair. .
- Price 60 cts. per bottle. A liberal deduc
tion made to wholesale purchasers. Address J.
HIGH WARDEN, Ashland, Ashland county,
Ohio. . ..
January , 11th, 1853. ' " ' 3tf
Fit! FiU!! Fit!!!
LEWIS & FLETCHERS' Vegetable Com
pound for the cure ot Epilipsy or Fits a
recently " discovered invaluable Medicine,
purely vegetable, ler the cure of this dread
ful diseases. - Jus.xeceived an I for say py
-V..- -'--.' R. II. CHUBB Sl Co.
-''"s vr-'i Druggists, Athland, p."-'
July;i 185 : - tf .'