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tut sr btc bkbi rmrt.
. TUIIiiM ViUM faraishsd te Mkribw
' the tat ef TWO DOLL A AS per sauna.
. if payment V nhada beasee ib exprretiea
-' k Jeer. Tw Dosxabs AM TnTV Cwrrs,
; . 'rill invariably ae chsrged. if payment Va nV
; farraA tUl sAer the espiratieei ef the) year.
-"' A feilnre to pay ia fall, ead give notice ef
,4icntiaaae la the Pbliaher, at tha claaa
tisMsahecribed for, will be eaaudered aa
. 'omgegBsasat Cm th year . sad aa aa year
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SATES Or.-ABTEBXI8IBI6. ..
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: , , Kvary ssbsaiaeal iaeerlieo.. ......... -
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'"-Caa faartk column aaa Jfaar
.-Oae third solemn -oua year............
. Oaa fcalf eoleme aaa 7 car.
, . a ww vwirae twwi aaa jaar. ......
'' 'Three Toarths eoTema aaa year....
... OaeeIeaBa, .oaa year... . ..... ... .
-v, 93oukvflnb Sob' $riufitm.
"Havisg jaa aarakaaad a aapai b aaw praaa,
- aa4 addad larga lot of aaw fypa to ear slready
. -astaaaiva immmt ai Jab aiatariala, we ara
aav praparad ta ezecata, is a atla that caoaot
j.- baaarpssaad by eajr oBeaia tbis aactioa ol
-aaaatrj, r , ... v ' . -;
'. aoba, -.: 'Baads, Labels, - Circular,
- -Card, : Drafts, ; " ReceipU, Kotea,
- Paetara, ; Bill, '- Checks, Maaifeata
aUaahs. " . BUlHeade, Tickets, Deeds,
PAMPHLETS,- PE0G2A5HIES, 1WEUS, '
ad, (a aliort, erery deacfiptioa of Plaia sad
4aaa la the Saaat atjle of the art, tad caaaot
- A(i five sanafactioa. - All orders promptly
, . -auaaded tow -1 . 1 .
. - ALL KINDS OF , ' -
Blink Deeds and Justices Blanks, .
'kept aaastaatly aa hmed aad for safe at tbis at
Ica' ,Oar Bleaks axa aeaUj priatad aad aa the
v, ibaateeality af papar, aad fia faaaral aatia&o
,u atiaav witk tbaaa wba be. eaed tbeas. Orders
- aapanially aoriailad. - ' '
VkTai Whaat. Harvest and Crops Gen
t t There was much croaking before har.
.-reataboot tae ahortneas ot tne vneat
i' crop in this and other . Western 'States.
Since Harvest, another story is told. In
..some counties in this State. the weevil
has done some damage to a certain kind
" o Wheat. The State may not produce
- "as much grain as last year. . The former
high price of wool and the present high
'juice of .beef has turned the attention of
tb-e armers largely to graung. - 11 ay
, "wul bs) abundant- Uora and Uats pron.
ise aa average yield. - In other States
"Wheat is good. We make a few out of
many extracts from an exchange on this
j v subject. ' -
i - WtscoHsiN. We are glad to hear that
many apprehensions in regard to a short
- and mjured wheat crop, ia this vicinity,
. were unfounded. The blight has not ef
fected the yield to any extent. What is
'uncut is vet standing in fine order, not-
- - withstanding the high winds and beating
.'-rains of the past week or ten days.
"r Madison Argus. . '
. IspiAJfA Out ' farmers jre in . the
midst of their harvest: Crof s of all kinds
promise jaa-abundant yield. '.'The late
LeavyTains will result in no' serious in-
JJur7 the wheat crop in .that section.
.-.Laborers command from $150 to $2,50
"per day. Walxecrth Co. Ind.
. , ItXJJiois. There will be no famine in
Illinois this year, "from every direction
we hear of unexampled; crops of grain.
The harvest is great but the laborers few.
Th Peoria Republican says:
;3 The crops of grain in this vicinity
'.'-winter and spring oats and wheat as
well as tame grass, have all ripened this
ear at the same time, an even that has
', not happened before we believe, for years.
- The reaping machines are at work from
sunrise till dark," and ' also on Sunday,
' and the highest wages are paid to labor
. . ers; but yet, we are informed that many
-. fielda must go to waste from the want of
machines or men to cut, them, tjne
; .'gentleman who ia cutting - by the acre
- with one - of Mr.- McCormiek's ' reapers
" fold us that he' was offered the other
I aday a. dollar and a half an hour to go in
io an adjacent field when he had finished
-the one he was then cutting, but his en
''jgagement, would not .permit.' We sin
. otjrely .trust that more laborers may be
- obtained, and that our farmers will not
'suffer to the extent , that is at present
. Apprehended. , The advent of a good
sreaper, or two or three of them, in our
' xwentry at this tinie , would be hailed
joy,, - -' ... - .-c
-7.'? Why Bapier left Cronstadt. -
ITliIa'fluestlbnhaa not yet been an
twwered. Th A friea brings nothing def-
iaiteyand a very wide margin is left for
isuf mtsel1 '..The allcdged cause is the sud
4lea brealung out of the cholera 00 board
siveial ships.-' The French ship Auterr
Jitz had aeventv eaaea. V Tha ninvempni
,to Baro .8ound waa made to get out of
-jUe latitude or the disease.
It is said, von the other hand, hower-
uaCvez, that Sir XJharles is waiting for the
.arrival of ten thousand renea troops,
-Who have just embarked on English
,meo.-of-war. ...Their destination- is -St.
Peterabargh.- They will probably first
.Occupy the Aland Islands, ' which will
jloabuess be restored to Sweden, and
thea, assisted by them upon land, Napier
wrHl proceed to the long looked-for at
tack upon Cronstadt.
A correspondent of the New York
Tribune, however, evidently .thinks the
Baltic but. a huge joke, for he says : .
1 u Sir Charley baa quitly returned from
.Cronstadt, with no other killed or woun-
jded than someof his gallant tara carried
fit by the cholera. To keep the public
in good humor, the same farce is now to
pa repeated before SevastopaL, fifty sail
fit the combined fleets having been seen
at Udeasa, making direct far that
place." ' "
Another ' explanation of Sir Charles'
masterly inactivity " is suggested by a
middy " ou board the XhOce tf Wel
lington, writing U a friend in England :
, ,' " Sir Charles Napier is evidently " eav
ger for ; tho fray he -paces the deck
like a caged lion, with a sou'.wester hat
on his head, .and his trousers tucked up
to the knees, taking snuff immoderately,
which, I am told by the old sailors, is a
sign of something being in the wind. It
is rumored here that the milk-and-water
Jolicy of Lord Aberdeen has prevented
i acting with ; his usual energy and
promptitude'." .t i '' :'';
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ARRIVALOV THE CANADA.I
XJJtGE DECLETE Hf EEXADSrUFFS.
laseletimisa Fwtf asaiat tha At
tracka m CremstmeTt ui obatstatpal.
Uncertain course of Austria and Prussia.
NO WAR NEWS OF IMPORTANCE.
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' SUCCESS OP THE SPANISI1 REBELLION.
Halxfax, August I,- 1854.
Th Canada arrived at Halifax last
evenine, at 9 o'clock.
The Atlantic arrived at Liverpool at
2 o'clock en Wednesday, the I9th.
. BrEadstuffs. The market is dull,
aad prices are irregular; and for a few
days paat there has boen quite a panic in
the trade: JTIoor declined 3s4s od 4
bbL - Western eanal ia quoted at 28a 6d
20s 6d ; Philadelphia, Baltimore and
Canadian, 30a30s bd: Ohio, 31a.
" Wheat, also, has largely declined, saj
la 100 lbs. The quotations for white
are 9is9 9d ; red, 9s d9.
Indian Corn white and yellow, of
fair quality, 32s(m32a 6d : mixed, 31a.
lifeRflra fra.rr1nfr Sr. fTn nnnte mar.
kt for Wf nnfihanired. ftTcent for the
finest qualities, which are firm, but trans-
actions lmilteu. .
. Pork Large business 'doing, but pri-
vn. Inarm Tiff art t for Wnn firm at
nrevLwa nrlooji. hat mW a mnr!pt rl.
manrl Hum and arinnldm mora frl v
offered, at last week's prices. -
Lard At the early part of tho week
the market was heavy
. A letter from Kiel, dated 18th, pub-
lished in a Berlin paper, says that the
French expeditionary army of the is altie lur luo rwawuiuMimnui 01 mo uuauw
will disembark fproviaionally at Seland. of power in Europe, and for the integri
Denmark shortly will abandon her J f Turkey, for a general peace on a
- - Prussia and Austria have asked France
and England for stated conditions on
which they are willing to conclude peace.
, . The Russian party say that military
operations are nearly at a stand. -
The attack on Sebaetopal was indefi
nitely postponed. . ' V
The attack on Cronstadt would not
take Tilaee this Tear.
A great battle near Bucharest is an
ticipated. The Sweedish Legislature reports in
favor of decimal coinage.
Paris advices from Madrid to the 18th,
state that tho insurgents arc masters of
.Madrid. . . ,
During the nieht the troops eniraged
acted vigorously against the Barricades,
but for the most part unsuccessful.
Londox. Ia the house of Commons
the Earl of Harrington asked Ministers
whether thev had authorized Lord West-
moreland to state to the Cabinet of Vi-1
enna that Polish subiecta of Russia will
not be allowed to enter the English, army
or follow the standard of allies.
The Earl of Aberdeen replied that no
instructions had been given, and then
brought forward the following message
from the Queen :
Her majesty deeming it expedient to
: J- r 1 -JJ:.: 1
which may exist in consequence of the I
war in which her Majesty is now engaged i
against the emissaries of Russia on the
defensive, and asks of the House of Lords
their concurrence in such measures as
may be necessary for making provision
lhe message will be taken into con
sideration on Monday.
Latest raox Madrip. lhe LrazctCe
publishes a list of new ministers.
ueneral Uavagl is appointed Uommaa
der of Cavalry in Madrid.
A battle was fought between U Don-
Dell and Blazer, the latter was defeated,
wounded and taken prisoner.
-The populace sacked the palace of
Christiana at Salamanca, near Grenada. !
A private dispatch from Constantino-1
pie, received in Paris, states that the
Russians met with a eoeck near Batam.
No change had occurred in the state
of Eastern affairs, and none is likely to
occur until further consideration by the
English and French Governments.
-Of-tha recent conduct of Austria the
Paris correspondentof the London itfor-
ning' Chronicle: annexes the following
communication:. . . . . I
The cabinet of Vienna at Berlin.
communicated' to the English and French 1
Governments the impression produced
upon them by the answer of the Empe- I
ror .JNicuolas,. to the summons sect by I was carried. " -
Austria, to evacuate the Principalities. I Insurectionary- movements haa ap-
The German powers now pronounce peared in Geneva and Moldavia, they
that in their - opinion the propositions were however, suppressed,
contained in the Russian answer, if not al- AjYienna despatch states that a bat
together satisfactory, appear calculated to tie was fought on the 19th near Giurge-
aurvc as a 4aaia 10 r xuriner negotiations, 1 o, iu wuit-u me aubsibub wcrv cvmiici
and they propose, that Prague shall be I ely defeated and two prominent Generals
fixeo? upon as the seat of farther eonfe-
rences. They . moreover express their
opinion that it will not be possible to I
call upon Russia to evacuate the Pnnci-1
paiiues u it oe not at tne same time
clearly understood that the allied pow-
ers shall stop their movements iu ad-
vanee ; in other words Austria has fallen
back into alliance with Russia.
AH the Austrian reserves are to be
called out and placed 00 a war footing,
Accounts from St. Petersburg state
that the Czar is determined not to yield,
vtmm wwuircu pcrauou ui tuo I
' Details show that the recent victory
of Giurgevo was achieved, but by the
Turks unassisted, leaving the whole bank
ox tne Danube from X urin to Ulteratza,
in tneir bands.
Abe mam body of tne lurkish army 1
is said to be moving towards the mouth
of the Danube. i
Abe Allies nave repaired and occupi-
ed the Mussian batteries at the sauna, I
mouth of the Danube, and are employed
in removing sunken ships from tho chan-
nei. . .
The Russian Danube flotilla must soon
fall into the hands of the Allies, and the
iree navigation 01 tne AJanuDe again oe
established. . '
Gen. Awrep having been disgraced,
shot himself.. . - . -
The French and English are slowly
drawing . their line close around the
Russians. , I
. An tne XSIacX bea, on tne in, tne I
combined fleets were seen on Akermann,
It waa reported, that Admiral Brott
forced aa entrance to Novorsich, Asia.
Serome Pacha surprised 12,000 Rus-
ians and defeated them, capturing from to render it pretty certain that Gen.
them 56 guna and 400 men, at a pass in Doekery (Whig) .has been elected Gov
tha moantainf; emor oyer Mr. Bragg (Democrat).
FURTHER BY, THE ANDES
The Paris Prate aUtea that Omar
Pacha returns hia loss, at Quirgevo on
the 7th and 8th, at 1700 men. -
The force at Waterchki wu 70,000
strong, witb artillerr, and waa eonUnu
all" being reinforced. .
r Three hundred persona had been ar
rested at St. Peterebwrgh, under appre
hension of an outbreak. The poiioe
told them that no noaitire accusation
could be made against them, but their
political opinions bad rendered their un-
priaonment a matter of necessity.
Private dispatches received at Pane,
state that the Tnrka under Omar Pacha
had entered Bucharest.
The Moniteur does not mention this,
but onlr aara the unr of Omar ' Pacha.
I with tho English and French auxiliaries,
amounted to at least 60,000 men.
' A battle between these two armies, is
close at band.
From Orsova it is stated that Moham
et Pacha defeated the Russian brigad
at Cernovado on the 8th, after a battle
of 5 houxa, and took possession of the
On the 9th and 10th the Turks at
tacked the forces of. Beauloff and Ser-
monoff, with other Russian detachments
at Fretscha. north of Gerongevo. The
Russians were completely routed.
Joy advices from Jtiirmandt, to the
16th, we learn that Prince Gorchakoff
was at Fretsclu with 70,000 men.
Islam Pacha defeatd Uxsn. 1'ropoU
dmsion at Nicholas on the 7th.
There were 25,000 of allies at Rust
Nothing new from the Black Sea, the
Baltic, or Asia.
The Austrian correspondent says that
as regards tho present state of the Ori-
ental question, and tho answer brought
by Prince Gorchakoff, the demands of
f uisria aaa rriusuiire nut iiupentx:iiy
satisfied, but there are some materials
Which might POSSlblv serve as the basts
1 ef peAoe negotiations. These are left to
the decision of the Western powers.
Upon the receipt of their answer, Aus-
trl acting upon her convention with
Prussia and Turkey, and upon her cor-
dial understanding with the Western
Powers, will take all measures requisite
Lord John Russel has given notice
that the Government will ask the coun
try for an additional war credit.
New York Aug. 1
The Germanic Diet has has accepted
without conditions the Austro-Prussia
Prince Paskewitch is not dead as re
ported, but will resume command of tho
Dannbian army. - -
Abbas Pacha, Vice Boy of Egypt,
has died of apoplexy.
Laid Pacha, the eldest son of Ma ho in
ed Pacha, had assumed the reins of Gov-
ernment in xgypt.
I Prince Gortachakoff had announced
I his intention of defending Moldavia and
I Wallachia with 200,000 men. His head
1 quarters are at Slobodigie.
I Gen. Laden had concentrated his for'
I ces at Kalarash.
The official documents published in
i the Principalities in the name of the
Czar bear the name of Protector of the
Three steamers of the Allied f leet
I had approached before Odessa and de-
1 stroyed some ot the works there.
I The Greeks had attempted the assas-
Bination of Lord Raglen, the English
I .A m,:r
The originator was arrested and hung.
Cap. Pouker, of the English war
steamer, l?trebrandt waa killed by the
enemies at Salna.
A telegraphic dispatch received in
London, announces of the Anstrian
t roops into-Wallachia. "
Those who had been the cause of these
interruptions to the British army have
been found guilty of correspondence
with the enemy, and shot. '
Omar Pacha appears still to avoid a
general action with the enemy. .
The cholera has nearly disappeared
from the Baltic Fleet.
The French expeditionary farce had
arrived at Helsingfora
Gen. Dehilliers and Staff directly
proceeded overland to Copenhagen,
The British expedition in the Baltic
was lying at Kioge. "
The. Russians are committing great
exeesses in the Dobnedscha, and it has
been reported were also raising the walls
of the fortress of Sersava.
It was stated .. that all the fortified
places in the Dobnedscha would be de-
iThere . were 20,000 sick Russians in
Moldavia and Wallachia.
Further debate had been, had in the
British'Parliament on the vote of credit
of 3 million pounds to carry on the War,
New' Yoex. Aug.' 7.
lhe Star of the West reports great
excitement at Kingston, in consequence
of the bombardment of Greyton. The
feeling against the Americans was univer-
sal, and it was doubted whether the ac-
tion waa sanctioned by the Government
of the U. S. The Journal insinuates
that commander Hollins waa intoxicated.
It also states that among the first houses
destroyed by the guns was that ot the
Xrl vlSQ OOSUl-
The Journal calls noon the British
to send a large fleet and bombard New
York or Boston: immediately. Grey town
it contends, was under the British Gov-
ernment and it must defend it.
Publ 10 meetings bad been held to
raise relief for the pe ple of San Juan.
A British frigate had taken posses-
sion of Panta Ureans, and other British
vessels had arrived to maintain the
The English flag had been raised at
A rumor was current at Kingston
when the Star left, that a British and
jfrencb veasel-of-war bad been sent in
pursuit of the Cyanc, which had . sailed
for Pensacola. .';
In relation to the above, the Captain
of the . Star of tlie West comes out in a
card in the N ew York evening papers,
denying that Panto, &c., is held by the
Uritish Commander, and be adds that
all was fjuiet at Qxeytown, ajid every -thing
is in a satisfactory condition, . ,
Baleigh, Auflr. 4. '
Sufficient returns hare been receircd
.-. I8 ' Aablaa Paloa.J
AHSTHEH IOLD1EB CONE. .
Tba vary geaeratieas of the dead,
' Ara swept away, aad tosab iaberite toaab,
' Vatil tba aaeaaary af aa age is fled 1
- Aad bariad, Siaka beaeatb ita aoapriafs
' doom." . r,
Pavaica Uusbav, tba sabject ol this sketch,
waa bora ia tba Coeaty af Doaef alia Ireland, la
tba year 1751; aad at the age of 17 years emi
grated ta A ai erica, ia tba aid sbip Coagrese ;
aad leaded at Raw-Caatle, ia tba State of Dale
were. Tba loag aad Berce straggle lor iode
peedeace ia tbis Caaatry bad jnst closed ; aad
Mr. Hcaaii becaaae ftaiiliar with the biatory
aad pwraottally acqoaioted witb snaay el the
Bloat proatiaaat maa aad leaders of tho revela
tioa. Ha finally located at Harriabargb Pa., where
he reeided lor about 10 year a. Tbeacehere
BBOTed to Westmorland County ia the same
State, end settled ia Greeaabargh. Daring hia
reaideaee at Harriabarg inthe year 1789, he waa
drafted,' aad serred auder Gen. Waabingtoa
three months ia patting down what ia knowa ia
hiatory aa tba wbiaky iasarrection," Gen. Lee
of Virginia waa bis immediate eomaisnder. He
recoil ecu ery distinctly the peraonal appear
ance of Gen. Washington, wbo waa preaent
and reviewed tbetroapa. Although worn down
by sasoy campaigns aad privalioaa, hedeacribea
Waahington aa being large and commanding ia
appearance and tba enthusiasm of hie aoldiere
and the people as being alia oat eaiioandrd to
wards bin. -
la 181 J ho again removed to Stark County,
Ohio. Heie be eoliated ia said War for a toar
afsiz ssoalbs aader Gen. Harrieoa, which time
ha faithfully served, sedating innumerable
hardahipe and privatioae, much of the time
very illy clothed, end worae provided for food
and waa honorably discharged at Lower Sea
daaky. Alter hie discharge from aervice, he returned
home aad set to woik again on his drm. - A
ter sa absence ol one year from the eervice,
hia patriotic veine agaia bnraed lor the contest.
He tthce mors volbntec;rd for a toorofaix
months under hie old commander, Gen. Harri.
A portion of this. time, the army waa
quartered at Cleveland, Sandusky City and
F rt Meigs. Thence tho army eras removed
to Detroit, Michigaa, thence .o Foit Gratiot
aear the banka of Lake Huron, where it remain
ed till tho American fleet came up and took a .
portion oa board, aad proceeded to Mackiasw j
and oa the at', of August, 1814, they landed oa
the Ialand." During their tour he re the battle
of Fort Mickiusw waa fought. Mr. Mcibit
was ia the battle about six hours. The Amer
icas force oaly consisted ol about 600, while
that of the British aad Indiana was over 1200,
After a severe sad bloody contest the Ameri
csa forces was compelled to leave the Ialand
under eommasd of M'j. Holmes, Gea Crogaa
having given him the command at said battle
After this battle, peace waa declared botwee a
the United States sad Brest Britaia when Mr
Muaasv agei a returned hosae to Stark County
Ohio, aad after a abort time, ia 1815, removed
to Richland, bow Aahland County, Ohio, upon
the premises where ha resided st his decease
Excepting Daaial Carter Sr,. aow.deceaeed, Mr,
Msaaav waa probably the first settler ia thir
part of theCoenty.
Tha preseal country, aow interspersed with
beaetiful aad highly cultivated farms, and dot
ted over with school boaaes aad fiourshing
Villages was thee one universal wild, oaly dis
orbed by the shrill yell of the red maa, or the
firce screaaa of the paather.
M". MomaAV was aaturalixrd ia I7S5 and haa
been a coaatant voter at tho polls Tor 69 years
Daring the whole of which time, be haa been an
constant, unfaltering, unwavering, democrat,
was familiar with the organixarioo aad history
oflbe two pa rues. Kept ap tbis deatinctioa
till his death ; aad only a few days before bie
decease, be visited Oraage to vole his last vote
at the primary meeting, held for the selectios
of suitable csadidatee tor County offices.
Oa the ith ol July ha via'ted Ashland, and
attended tha celebration aad address in th
rrove out or town ; and from Ms ammattc
countenance it was plain to percieve that the
same patriotic are glowed ia his besom, that
prompted him to fiaht for hie conatry ia 1788
Aa a citizen, Mr.'MtiaaAV, was quiet and
unassuming j beloved and respected by all his
neighbors. - Few will livetotbo same ego to
commit leae erore than he. Ho possessed the
full powere f bis eccentric mind till the lastt
ad when the physical paralized, by a stroke
of Palsy, the mental still maintained its usual
Ha died aa Sunday the S3d of July in the 89th
year ol bia age. was buried dt a jaice cos-
course ol his friends, oa Monday, ana now
rests witb bis fathers, in mother earth. Peace
be to bis ashes. DEMOCRITUS
Hugh MeXibbea, 1
In JUUand Common
Benjimia Lsudis, a
PURSUANT to the command of a alias Fi.
Fa. issued ia tha ebove case from the Cuurt
ol Common Pleas,of Aablssd Coustyand State
I Uhio. to mo d. reeled, A will expose to Pub
lic Sale, at tho door of the Court House ia said
county, oa . : .; , , . . .
Monday, the 1 th day of September,
. D.,1854, between the hours of iea o'lock,
. M ., and four o'clock, P. M., of eaid day.
tha following described Real Rstete,' situate
aad being ia tho count o Ashland sad Slate
of Utio, to witt Lot aumber twenty-two ia
the hrst adtlitioa to tba original sarveyed Plat
a village ot iteweburg, situate ia tha south-
est corner or tho soath-eest Quarter of sec
tion filleea. Township twenty-two, Range fif
teen, being fiAy-eiirht feet ia front, by one hun
dred and aixty-eight back, alao nine feel tea
inches ia front, bv one hundred aad aixty-eigbt
bacs, and ol lot number twenty-three ia tbe
addition aforeaaid. Terms of sale Cash.
J. O. JONES, Sheriff.
August 9th, 1854. . lltspf 94,131
VTOTICK is hereby gives, that the aaderaigned
xv nave been duly appointed cxecutora ol tne fcs
tat of Joha Pollock, late of Clears reek township,
Aahland county and State of Ohio, deceased, aad are
authorized to aettle the aame. Persons hsvina
claims against acid estate are requested to present
taeiaeuiy autnenticaied tor settlement, ana tnose
who are Indebted to laid Estate are reo, nested to
mase immeaiaie pa ment.
J. S. SLOHCK.KK.
Aug. t, 1SM-3WI1 Executors.
Or Great WesUrn Hair Restorative
T r promotee the' growth, softens, mskes'per-
B msaeat, ana restore tne natural color ol
the hair. It gives heslthta tha skin aad to the
gland which form tha hair: remove all
Scurf, Daadraff, Eruption sad Feverish Hoot
irom the ecaip. it tasteas hair, prevents bald
, ssd svea causes a full groat where the
hair has fallen off. It contain no coloring mat
ter, but effecte its wonderful chsogss ia the
coaditioa of the hair, by giving health to
tha skia of tbe head, aad glanda which form
Price 50 eta. per bottle. A liberal deduc
tion made to wholesale purchaser. Address J.
HiixnwAKUtM, Ashland, Ashland county.
January, 11th, 1853. . . . 3-ttf
. Attateatmaemt Notice.
AT my instance a writ of Attachment was this
da issued bv Homer Peck, a Justice ef tti
Peace for Rosxlee townshte. Aahland county. Ohio.
against the property aad effects of Joha A. Boanell.
nvmiaiiiBwioi. w co tni i its say ousiy
A. D., 1854. . JA.NK BUCKIMGHAM. .
AUg.X, 3S.-3W1S JAS. GHlSNOLD.
TE CIvTS IC 12 W A IS I.
RAN . away front the subscriber, oa tha J Jd
l Jaly,-1864,. as ladeatured apprealice
earned Joha Caivia, aged twsntysysar. All
persons sre hereby noufied. uot to trust, harbor
or employ said aoprentice.
Sw , HENRY H AN A WALT.
t(saovar Tp., Aahlsad Co., July 14, 1854-
. AIHLAHD niBKET.
" '. iuurn 'las. Mh 1854.
waatl. . ........... . . . I,50al75
Flosb scarse et. . ............. .. 0j00
Oars. ,.33a S8c
C oaa. ... ..... 4 . . ... ... ............ . . 7 s 40
la roll ...... . m... ...
CtrvstASa. Aag. S.
Floaz Them la bat little ia market and we beer
of aa traasacUoBS ssve at retaU ; holders firm ;
Wheat Sale of ISM bu new white et $1.8S ; old
held at flSsSO end sat little ta market.
Cora Dull at 36c t aoaales.
Oats Held at 17s30e fiam cars 1 retsir at 40 ; so
Prerisfeaes-Hama Prime te with null salsa.
Shoulders Held at 4aSc. Pork Mass worth 11,-
M. Lard Sic for prime. . Butter Prime held at
I3alSc. Cheese TtaSc, with na sales.
E((s Held at Malic, with no selea.
'Wool There la hat little Solas in wool and prices
hsveadeclisicgteadency ; market dull; small ante
are made st Quotations ranging from SSc to 40c.
KSW TOKK nABKF.T.
KewVoaa, Aug. 8.
Floor Ho important chance; good brands scarce
and firmly held, while inferior kinds are dell and
irregular ; no export demand and the trade are only
purchasing .sufficient to supply moat pressing
wsnta ; sales 3500 bbls 8,37aS,S0 for infsriol atsta ;
6.7S for common to straight do ; TOa',69 for choice
(.rartie-eor "8,S5 for mixed Mich. led. end Wis
consin ; ra9 for common to fancy Ohio ; Cana
dian quiet and arm ; good common nrand7,75 of
fered and 8,S asked.
"Wheat Uuiet prices favor buyers ; aclea SG00
bs ordinary red upper leke 1,59.
Rye Hotting of moment doing ; prices nominal
Corn Good east and distillery demand but ao
export inquiry .market for aound lower, other kinds
uncnaugedi 3600 bu C4a68t for nnaound and
lightly Leated: 69a TO for eound western nJxed.
Osts more plenty and lower 43a40 atate and west
Pork Transection! limited; prices unchanged.
Beef Little doing; mar kit firm 1213 for coun
try mess i 15aU,Z5 for city do ; 15,75el6 for re.
Lard finely held ; asles fair extent MslO.
Butter laalO for Ohio; Ka30 atate. -C
heese in demand 7a 10.
. REPEAL! KEPEAL !!
' Let (As eccAwsre' mftht prU , Jtspssi Whan
man become so infatuated witb power, cither in
poaseaaioa 01 cxpectaacy. as to ran off alter every
new dogma, and at the oidding of their Imperial
masters, pass laws ia direct violation of the plain
eat principles of our republicsn institutions, it be
comes ths Vox Populi to rise in their mlgM, with
outdistiaction of party, and compel our servanta to
repeal those obnoxious portions of our laws that
atrike atthe root of our independence. So, a!so
physically ; whea men run off after every new
tangled nostra sa opened to tbe public. They sot
oaly endeaeer their own, bet the lives ef their
fami'iea and friends. It ia therefore w'th pleasure
we again recommend to the afflicted the ase of
McAlsstxs's ALb-BSALiss Oistbsbt, sa old aad
wall-tried remedy, and almost certaia cure for
Burns, Bruises. Cute, Weavela, Scald Head, Ague in
the breeat. Coras, Spinal Affections, Fevers, and
all Febrile diseases, too numerous to mention.
That by Sestoring the insensible perspiration, iten
ablsa tbe ayatem to throw off all the old worn oat
particles, thereby reatonag to aound aad perfect
health. For sals by J. B. F. Ssmpsel et coaad R.
B. Chabb at ca-. Ashlead ; t. ilcCr cry, Mifflin : T
W. Ceeller, Perryaville; D. E. Stockman, Loadon-
ville; L. Spencer d CO.. McKay; J. Kinninger at
co.. Hayesville; Ragerman and Buchanan, Hayee
ville; Coulter and Goodwia, Lefayette; W. Spen
cer 4" co, Albion; J. J. Wright, Sullivan; Michael
Kriega, Orengc; H. 8. See.a CO.. Savanah ; X. F.
Bcaly, Troy. lynT
A Wonderful DiscoTery has recsatly beea made
by Dr. Cartia, of this city, in tbe treatment ef coa
sumption, asthma, and all diseases of the longs.
We rele to Dr. Curtia's Hygeen or. Inhaling Hy
gean Vapor and cherry ayrup. Within thia new
method the Dr. has restored many afflicted onea to
peinatboelth r s aa evidence of which he haa
naumerable csrtificstes. Speaking of tbe treat'
ment a physician remarks: It ia evident that ia
haling constantly breathing an agreeable, healing
vepor, the medicinal propretiee mast come ia di
rect contract wilh the whole of the arrial cavity
of the lung, nnd thus escape the many and varied
changes produced upon them when introduced in
to the stomach, and subject to the process ot di
gestion. The Hygeana is for sale at all the drug
gists throkgbout the country, A T. Aeteasiea.
See advertisement of Medicated Inhalation ii
canotber column cf this paper. IjS
Mtmd thtfUwig iMttrfrvM aa Ssiusf stea, ta !
vr Dr. L. Jtirmt' Llftr Bmltam.
Dr. A. L. A aaa Dear- Sir t Having for soms
time deemed it s duty which I feel is incumbent
upon me, to give in my testimony in favor of your
Liver Balsam, and with s faith which is unyield
ing, list I shall be the means of Saving some from
the tortures of diseaae. Allow me here to give it.
hoping you will publiah the aame. 1 waa ao inva
lid for three or four I ear a. with (perhaps a scrofu
lous) humor; causing aa eruption oa different
parts of my body, forming scobs or scales oa tbe
kin, with sharp itching aad burning ; and at tbe
sums tin.e I waa a confirmed dyspeptic, aad per
haps a hypochondriac. I waa doctored by the most
celebrated physicians of Homer end Cortlandvill.
aad was poaitively farther and farther from a cure.
Mr. Woodruff several times edvfsed me to consult
Dr. A dam a, then of Grotoa ; I did so, snd he gave
me a bottle of hia Liver Balaam, bat gave but little
encouragement of a care. I began to feel better
before tbe first bottle was empty ; obt lined mpre,
and continued to take it, and waa soon restored to.
good health. One of my children waa cured after
wards of aeemingly the same dieeeae, by the aame
Invaluable compound. I would pay ti per bottle
for it, if I could net buy it less, rather thaa not
have it by me. . .... Youxa, 4-e. -. , . . . -
Cortland. Cortland CO., K. Y., Mar. 35, " 53.-4 w 10
See advertisement in another column. -
IL-W seldom ever recommend a manufactured
medicine, believing that, ia most cases, natare
herself perfect s cure more rapidly and effectually
n caa be accomplished by tbe vegetables and
minerals of medical science. But in th matter of
dyapepsia, there ara ebroaie - featuree aboat it.
which, vers often, defy all the (Torts of natare to
creote a healthy action, of the disgeativs organ.
and it not. nnfrequently happen that thousand
suffer for years, diseased both in body snd ia aaii.d.
from iudigestioa end its kindred His. To such-
Hooflaad'a Geraian Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jackson, ere truly , most valuable preparation,
It ia s tonic mediciae. giving a healthy action te
the stomach, and will be found highly serviceable
stall seasons, bst especially during the spring. Dys
pepsia caa only be cured hy a patisst perssvej-ence
ia oae coarse of treatment ; and te all those suf.
faring under thia sad malady wa weald recommend
aa application te the depot of Hoofiand'a Germaa
Bitter, ISO Arch street, FhUadelphia-Pa,. .
Aug. 8.1S44. 4W10
ILfOia Soaxs. Ubcaaa, aad all eruptlona and
diseases srisisg from ss impure or deprsved stste
of the blood. See the extrsordiasry curs of Mr.
Wm. G. Barwood, a highly respectable citisea of
Richmond, Va., by Carter SpanUh Mixture. He
had ulcers aad sores of th worst description, and
finally got so bad.be was unable to walk, except
oa crutches. A few bottles of Carter's Spanish
Mixture the great blood purifier, cured him, as it
has cured hundred of others who have suffered
with rheumatism, bad effect of mercury, and pains
snd alcers of tbe Joists.
See advertisement. Aug. f, '51.-8wl0
BARBER'S LINE OF. HACKS,
. LEAVE Ash-
yfcaa looY Hay
.-TiS-rj-sVt. TBI at 7 o'clock
1 1 A M cos
aactioa with tha carsoa tha Clevelaad Colai
bu and Cincinnati Rail Road.
Roturaiag, leave NewLoadoa after the ar
rival of tha trais. ,
Leave Ashlsnd for Mansfield on Mondays,
Wednesday and Fridays, at 7t o'clock, PM.,
Leave Asbland for Wooster on Tuesdays
Thursdays and Satardaya at 3 o'clock P M.
September, 18A3. . . 18tf . .
A FRESH eupply of ffrigkft Mian Frg
f etable Pillt, a ataadard English Medicine,
for tbe revention and cure of disesss, to sid
and improve digestion and purify the blood.
For sale st the Hw Drag Store in AabUud,
b' ' EOLLA H. CBVJifi CO.
IVCOBPORATEO MAT 8 ISM.
' ' ' ' fACDLTT."-'
B. O. FQLSOM, A B.. Priecipel. teacher ef Practi
cal and Ornamental Psamanship.
a. P. OOODSUGH Ssperlnteneeatf Prof.of the
Theory ana rraeuce of nooa-stewsins. aad Les.
tuxer oa -nlercaatlle Caetoms, Oenersl Laws of
irade. Accounts. ec
W. H. HOLISTS R, Aaslstaat la Book Keeping Da
GEO. WILZT, THOS. H. RAT aad D. B. PRBMLAS
of the Clevelaad Bar, Lecturers oa Mcrcaatlle
Rev. B. H. KEVIN and J. C. TACGHK, Ks.t
luuirerv oa roiiucai AceeotAy.
R. F. HUstlSTO!!. Lecturer ea the History orCom
merce end th Art of Cosspuielloa.
A. C. Brown wall. Andrew Freese,
John B Waring, John Sherman,
T. C. Severance, D. P. Eels.
Harmon L.rnapin, T. F. Hay,
Truman P. Handy, John L. Keveraace,
S. H Mather, G. W. Safrod.
For ths Mercantile Course. Tine unlimited. S40 00
The same Course for l adies S3 US
Twenty Lessons in Practical Penmanship
simply...... n s co
For fUU Course in Flourishing, dec Si 00
The Principal of the Institutive, guided by the
wauta end experiences or tne Mercantile inuum
ty hea hrecently secured some of the shleat men ia
tn slats ss instructors ana lecturers in us va
rious depertmenta of the Voiiece
Tba Prof, of the Fciena ot Accounts, has had
an experience 01 eigm or nine year .n commcr
cial Affairs. aUernatinx hia time, nartlr aa Teach.
er, in the Mercantile Colleges of Ciocinati, Plus
burgh and Cleveland, and partly as aa actual Book,
keeper lathe beet Bueinese House iu the Country,
These rare qualifications, yst so desirable end au
seldom round In our Mercantile bchoola. will en
able this College to impart a more thorough
knowledge of the real ars of Practical and
Tbeoretical tsook-Keeping tbee cee be bad probe-
aiy many aimiiar rasiitouoo in tne u.fttatee.
ma subject or commercial Calculations will
bave more prominence lu tbia thaa In most lastitn
tiona of the kind, aince a separate chair is to se dej
. uliu .w dchuc, .a n.u. iui-li uluud given O J
the the Prof, or Accounts. The modus operandi
01 reacning is enursiy new ana original puraues
cy no mercantile bcnooi touud in no text book
and may be justly and properly styled telecreobic
in its nature, aiace it will abridge the labors of
tne Accountant, more tnen one hall.
Penmanship in addition to the usual methods
pursued, will be taught new and unrivalled Sys
tem or unirTinmoerapnr, developed by the Princt
pal in his extensive experience as Instructor In tbe
ruoiic Bcnooia or tms city ana elsewhere. Tbis
yttem will produce the popular Commercial Hand
of tbe day, in about half th time usually devoted
to inat purpose.
TTr For further particulars ses circulars luat Is
sued and the regular catalogues. Send for them by
Cleveland. Auf. 9. 1854 .
THE OLD FORTRESS OF
ITS kept in full blaat, by the conatant arrival
X. of Maple and Fancy Goods, from the seat
era Jnanutactoriea, embracing a beautiful
ASSORTMENTS OF SIjMCS
such aa rich Brocadee, Plaids and Fancy Dress
ansa, nam ana kicd tiign Lustred Black
8ilka, Plaia Mode Colored Merinos, Cashmere
Delaines, Coborge and Paramatas. Silk and
Woolen Pieids, Jdegaatly Rich Printed Do
lainea, BIsck sad Colored Alpaca. French.
cngiian aaa American
PRINTS AND GINGHAMS!
Dress Trimmings, of every styla and varietr:
Shawls of every description; Bonnet and Cap
mooons; 1 amtta, aatia ana velvet motion;
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
Plain sad Embroidered Linen Cambric Hand,
kerehiefst Ladiea ana Gentlemen's Gloves.
Cravats, hearts, Under Garments, Stc.
Also -Broad Cloths, all colors and pricee;
Sattinetts end Csasimeres Tweeds sad Drill
ing; Vesting. Satin. Buff. Maraeilles, Ae
In short, every article in tbe Geotiemea'a De
HUUiSE-WlirJSKY KSu FAMILi (xUUUS!
Sueh es Linen and Cotton Sbeetinas and Shirt
inga. Table Damasks, Nspkins, Towels, Tow
eling!, Crashes, Diapers, Sec, etc., which we
are prepared to sell st ss low prices ss can be
lound in this er sny market est of New York
Aa examination ofmv block by tbe public is
J. K. BtiUlH.:,
IT. B. I would call the attention of si
friends sud customers to the fact, that I hsvo
removed from tbe Empire Store to tho Old
Fortress nearly opposite. Don't mistake tba
Aahland. March Z9, 1894. 4&tT
SKILLING & BURNS
HAVE the pleasure of informing the public
a general, that they have juet received
iruui New-York their Sprint and Summer
Stock of Goods, which tbey offer to sell nt
very low prices, loo coaviaced of this fact
tha publie will oaly have so coif oaef sjrowiiae
their large ead varied Stock of
S2TCav"y CSc3DCDCQw3 3
Beady-MatU Clothi, Llotht, Catttmeret, Vxtt-
xngt, bummer Stupt, Leghorn and falpf
Leaf 11A.TS, GAOCKIS,
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS areaf variety
afT us Lisitf. W invite particular
attrition to oar Stock of DRESS GOODS,
which ia one of the moat desirable ever ottered
iu A$hlsd. And tbe com-aunityis general
we say, that we will not be undersold by any
firm in thia or adjoining Comities i for we are
determined, by close attention to business, to
see bow row we can-cell Goods and make a liv
ing. In short, our Stock is very complete land
no pains, oa oa- part, wul be spared to make
oar Store tha eeat of general 'attraction t ro-
out the season, by constant sappliea of such
floods ss the country requires, ana nt pricea
that will be certain to give aatiamettoa.
r J. KILLING,
H. BURNS. . .
Ashland, May 24th, 1854. . 3ml
MILLER HO ITSE.
MICHAEL MILLER. prasenU his regsrds
.to bis friends aad tha public geeerally,
uid respectrally anaouaees tost be two opened
a Public House for the accommodation sf the
traveling public, directly opposite tbe Ssmp-
sell House, Maia street, Aiila-d, where he
will be glad to accommodate all who may favor
him with a call. His table will always be sup
plied with the luxuries of the ssaaoa Hia
parlors snd sleeping apirtmest are isrge and
commodious. Good staliling for horses will slso
be provided, and arailh'ul Hoetler alwaya ia
Boarding for private families or singls per
sobs caa ba had at reasonable rates.
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT
la connection with tbe Hotel. ha will also
eoatiiiu tv keep opea his BAKERY AND RES-
TAR AN r, where ha will at all times keep oa
Confectienaries, Pies, Bread. Cakes,
all kind of Temperance drinke, and, is short
every luxury to be found oa the tables of Brst
class eating houses.
ay He untheM it distinctly unaerataod. that aa
will ba kept, either in the Hotel or Saloon.
Aahland, March 8th, IK54. u4i If.
T K.-v. ( LAKK fe CUAitd would re-
I 9 peclfully inform the citixena of Aahland
and vicinity, that they have associated them-
eelvee together for the practice of Medicine
sad Surgery ia all their various branchea, aad
by diligence and cloe attention to their office,
ead prompt attendance upoa all ealle st all
hour, they hope to merit a liberal ehara of
pablic patronage. Da. Class offers his thank
to alltthoae who have Heretofore favored him
with their business, and will ba under renew
ed obligations for a eoaliaaance of the same.
Da. Caajra, will devote special stteatioa to the
study and practice ot Surgery ia ail its vsri
etiee, sad more especially ia all diaeaaaa ol
the Eyi , either scute or chronic.
Baf Office, adjoining Millingtoa's Drug
Store, opposite P. at J. Kisser's store.
ty-Da. Clabk's residence near the Metho
Da. CaaBB's oa third strset oppoute Vi .
Wesson's. P. U.CLARK, M. D.
I. L.CRANE, M.D. :
April 19th, 1854 n48U
HJZLEF IN TEM MINUTES II
RYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS sre unfail
ing ia the care of Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, sore I aroais, noarsenees,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Coniumption, snd
Diseaae of tha Lungs. They have no taste ot
medicine, and any child will take them. -Thou
sand have bssa restored, to keatthv that bad
before diapaired. Testimony given in hundred
of eaaea. - A' single dose relieves ia tea mia-
atsst .in fii'.n ; .-t r
Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wsfers the orig-
iasi and oaly seauiae ia stamped Bryan."
Spuri ie kiade ara offered for sale. Tweaty-
five cent a box. , Sold ty aeaiera gaaarauj.
J .BRYAN a. Co., Rochester. New Yark. Pra-
D-iaor. whole sale by J. D. Para, uaeta.
Bta.Ohioj W. fiska CidvlaaaOatw '.
sbruary 8, 13- avm.
Important to Teachers. "
Tata PrlMCiaail af 43 rstmcw ra Sssinnt,
. , ci CeUege, ,.
HAVING soma tim aiace seearast tha ia
valuable services of Prof. TaaeT, or New
York, aether a4 a eerie af MatMmatiasi works,
to loetara before hie 8tadeateapoa Comasaraial
Calculations, ba been inrlsced, by argent soa
licttstions of Teachers, to bave the Professor.
ia conaectioa with others, deliver a coa i la of
Lecture ape ail tranche ef tUhtcatitn, be
fore a A'orauU dan, during -tha month of An
gus. The reputation of Prof. TaaCY ae a alstba-
matician, aad hia clear aad lucid sasaaer af
demonstration, aro too well kaewa ta roe aire
comment. For many years he was Principal of
tne -wiaseicei institute, n. iers, aad deserved
ly ranks ss oaa af tha best teachers of the age.
These Lecture are iateaded to beoeit tha
Students in attendance st the Commercial Col
lege, bat the srangeseats will include these
wbo da sot wish to take a College course. Ta
those who desiga to pursue tbe busitses of
teaching, especially, this opportaaity will ba
s goiden olo, coming as it doee ia vacatiea
cessna, and at so little expease to them, aad
proffering such rich advantages.
swaTArrangemeats are being ada to aaeara
the servicee of one of tha ba t teachers of
Penmanship ia the country.
I ERMS. Student of the College, or those
who become student ettbecommeneement or
during the lecture, or purchaae scholarahipa
of the Institution to nttend at say sabeequaat
period within six months, will be entitled to
the Lecture A of ekarr.
Those who desire onlv to attead tha lecture
including penmeneA'p, will be charged ten dol
fcJ-The Lectures to commence oa the 8th ai
N. B. Teachers can have sceasslo aa excel
lent Library in tha College.
, . . WM, W. GRANGER, Principal
TO SCnoOL TEACHEBS.'
Tha Board of Examiners deeming it impor
tant for the welfare of Public Schools that tbe
teachers snd those designing to become each
should avail themselves of every opportunity
offered for their arlvaoceaeat, beg leave to
atate tha inducement to - attend Gataeca'e
Coatatcaciai. Collcoe, during the month
- 1st. . lostrsctions will be gives ia alt Me
branrhet of Science, ordinarily required i a our
Sd. PcKmirmrr tofff bt taught ' tkaroughlf
and nttematicaily. The letter inducement tho
Board consider bishly flat terins.
Tn those who do not teach except during the
cold season, a good opportunity is ottered to
review their studies, which sll acknowledge
a sine qua nan to tvetet. ,
To thoae who do not consider themselves
thoroughly prepsred for teaching, a fine chance
is given to make s due preparation for their
To those wbo bave never taught a rare op
portunity ia anorded to gain the roq unite
knowledge. In a word, we may say, that in
our opinion there is spfflciset i ad ucement for
all who have taught or wish to teach, to apeod
a tew weeks ia attendance upon tbese Lec
Prof. Ts act needs na commendation from
as As it known, to go. Of Mr. Gbaboib we
simply say, that in our judgment, he willapare
no labor or expenae in procuring an.piy quail
CeJ instructor to siaist.
M.MAY. Board ef
ALEX. BARTLETT, t imars
NoTS. Mr. Shufs, our fellow Examiner,!
aow absent from the State, but we are fully
perautded that he would most heartily sub
scribe to this recommenosuoa were ne nere.
Mansfield, Aug. 3, 1854. 2wl0
BACON'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE
NOBTH-WEST COILXER SIXTH AXD WALNUT.
TaEBSONS desirous of becoming thorough
I and accomplished secoantants, will find it
sreatlv to their advantage to call aa tba on
deraigned, before engaging elsewhere,as he is
prepsred to demonstrate, fully, that his accom
modations for stud snts, the comprehensiveness
ol tha coarse of instruction, sad faciliiie for
procuring aituationa for thoaa desiros of ob
taining them, are unsurpassed, las it ia be
lieved, uneqeaied,) by any similsr iastita-
tioa in tha United States.
n additioa to the regular coarse af isstrue-
ti ia, there will be a
SERIES OF LECTURES -
on topica of great importance in a commer
cial point et view, delivered by Boa. Bellamy
Storer, E. D. Mansfield. Esq.., Rev.Aameel
W. Fisber, Henry C. Lord, Esq., Prot. Vhss.
VV. Wright, and other eminent Lecturers ssd
Bssiaes men. These lectures being s new aad
important featara not iatreduced ia any af tha
other Mercantile Colleges.
NotwithstandiBC tba great araense attea-
dant spaa seeunag the service or soie lec
turer aad Asnstaat. tbe Terms for Taitioa
will remeia as heretofore, ix :
For a full coarse of instruction ia D E . .
Bouk-Keepine:. Writing. Commercial
Calculation. Lectures, etc. f40 00
Writing (only) par month............ 00
At a. meat ins of ths Uraduatinx Clsasof Bacon's
ik. Mrrntiia Coiieee. held in tbe Lectare Boom
of College edifice, Friday. 11th March, fieJ, . S.
Baker waa appoisted chawanaa. and vkesiea Ar
nold, Sacrai ary- On motion; a committee ot five,
composed ol H.J. Bowman, i. . Baker, K. J.
Foray th. T. O. Sawyer ead See. Kiehol, was ap
nuinted to renon resolution upreanv of the
high opinion entertained hy the class, of 4h mer
its Of tBIB iUStllUfclOJI, H W mmwm. '
qusrittcattons of ths Principal ana Sis Assistants,
v nereupon, ins 6waiHnMw.
ing preamble sod rcsoiulioas which Were nnant
Wussl. We. the member of tha Cradoat-
In'g Claaa uf R. B. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
shoot to separata, desire to give expression to our
feeling of respect for eureneemed leatruotor, snd
hi corps or able aaaistauu. Therefore.
au.teasT. That tha thanks of th etc are dae
to our said instructors for thesnirorm kindness ef
their deportment toward us while la tbi Insula
tion at the aame time tbe thorougbaese of their
nstruation basouiuled them to our augucst re-
sprct snd confidence.
AasalsW.'Tket w recommend tsthie Institita
tlnu tn mil who D.T dcair to acauire a commer
cial education, as aJTordrng the greatest facilitica
for such acquisitica. . - . . . '.
Meeelmed. That ws as a class, sfflx nur names
to theae proceeding. aad that a sopy ef them be
delivered so R.S. Uacen, and that they be published
in the city oapera.
H.A.Bowman, 8: Black, Wm. W. Snyder,
I saac Baughman , J. S. Baker, Fran k lin Elliott,
P.W.Carroll, K. J. Poiayth, A. Paddock,
George fiichol, 6. H. Hughes, Weston Arnold.
James Thompaou.H. 11. Kyger, Daniei Bowen,
W. 1'. Robinson,. George Harvie, S. Field.
Bacoa'a MxacTil.a Cottsoxv "The essmiss
tion ef tbe student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a
degree of proficiency oa their part highly credit
able to themselves and Mx- JJeuu, their lest rec
tor. The most difficult problems in Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as ths most aimple. giving
ample proof to tbe sudieucs that tha information
imparted daring the session would be of practical
bensfit." Cisoaasli CSfsinr JfsecS Mr. 1853.
The various complex questions proposed by the
Principal end other gentlemen present, were an
swered with great promptitude and conciseness,
which reflects great credit upon the course cf study
pursued at tbis Institution." Ci. Daily Gazset.
' Mr. Bacon is unrivalled aa a teacher. A di
ploma from tbis College in Cincinnati, is required
na a swain ebtsiningeitustioasis the best
Mercantile Houses in large cities." . Chiilicotk
Ancient Metrmpelie May 8t, IP53.
Mr Bacon has conatructed-thei.pper portion of
hi building expressly for tbe purposes ef his col
lege .and without any doubt, it is the most com
plete arrangement of tha kind in ths U. State."
Cit,sad G.ielO, JVas. 8, 1853.
' "This wbols lesutotionts undoubtedly the most
elegant sud finished establiahmeat. for the pur
poses in the world." J!nnirr.
Feb. 9. IH54. 4fi. tf. -
rhnni Kxamiuers of Aahland County,
hold their next Public Examinations, aa
in Aahland. on the third eaturuay oi jaar. ji
Savannah, oa the second Saturday of July. At
H..aviiis on lhe second Saturday of September.
A l.kl.nd ab the first Saturday Of October. Al
ao. at tha aame olacc. oa the third Saturday of
Kach'applieent for a Certlfleate will be reeuired
to furnish evidence of a good moral character.
Kxammatiors to commence at iv o ciuca, a. sa.
Ryordrof,h.Bod.G HILL, ,.
Ashland, May 10th, 1854. Sltf
ISmersou'a Amerleni Hair Restorative.
JOR restoring tbe Hsiroa heads hopelessly
; Bald, and to prevent the hair from fall
ing, i winning goto' a opinions irons p.m
who are using it. Tbis is a aew article, re
cently intredsced to tha public, aad . will
stsnd on its own merits. Soma of tha bast
citixena ol Clevelaad aad Pittaburg, wbo were
hopelessly bald a few months siacr, have
aow tha evidence on tneir neaoa ,a i
iu merit. The propnetora nave suca conn
deuce n it thnt they satharisa their agents
ta take beads oa gaaraateaa price te be
agreed open between tbe parUea. .
. , ' - UstcsIc Kisatirsui.Hxryeeville.
R. FISHER Jt CO., Proprietors,
' "' 57, Superior St., Clevelaad, Ohio.
Msy 15", !fk.t. " - ' r i ij
FROM three ta 60 dollar par day, war
ranted to any young maa of eaergy.- Ad
dress, Post-paid. A. P. CvT, New London,
Huron Countj, Onrv'.- ' "
Hayesville tlarble Shops
Mcknight & kin o.
Manufacturer of Monument t ToanJt
. Stone, Table, f-c, tf Italian and
THANKFUL for past ftvor, wooW
resneetfully inform tbe citixea of t ab'
laad aad tha adjoining eeaatiee, that they eea-tieos-
tbeabove business ia all ita varieaa
brascheei acd having na Agents, they can Bad,
will sell Grsve Stones from 10 ta IS par eat.
obeaper.thaa Shopsesa that eTmpfay Agaatsv
It is svidont that per-aona bsyisg of Agsaaf
most pay tba expenses af that Agency. aTaop
on Maia street, one doorasst af tha Peaa
sylvsnia Bease. 13tf"
rat u 'X'
PROPRIETOR of tha above Machiae, re
pectfully snaouacee that ba is aaw
making, and will keep constantly on band Ssr
ale, these celebrated mechises. - They will
readily hull Jrom fweaty to sinty bushels ad
Clover Seed per day, aad have ao sspsriss?
either, in construction, cheapness er egeciivaw
nee. The Proprietor rAalragv and faesfssasm
petitioa. - v- ,. -
Fsrmers will do wall to ca'l aad examine
tbese machines, before purchasing elsewhere).
Price of mschinee, $80. '
For sale at tha Shopol D.WkitiBg, Ashlssd,
and at the Shop of T. S. 8 at bar laad, aboat tfi
mile south of Ashland.
Atblaod, Jtrly J6th, ISM. . " " 4wf
CLOVES DULLING AM) CLEANING MACCIXEI
WAS awarded tha First Premiees at tha
World's Fair, ia New York, ia ISoS.
Also st ths Ohio Stat Fairs, lor three sasssaa
ivsyesr; and st'sll otbsr pit ces, whenever
exhibited. Warranted to ball and clean frees SW
to 40 bushel per day, er ft em to fibeahala per
hour snd with a now improvetaaat, (aow be
ing Patented) to be attached to tea Machiaee
made ia 1864, they will ball and clean oaa faartk
mora ia tha aame time. . - .
For sale by M.H.MANSFIELD,
Sole Manofactsrar, Ashlaad, Ohio.
June 14, lt54. . sJtf.
N- B. Prosecutions will ba promptly BBSS'
menced for any infringemeat ai tha rights at
he Psttentee. M. H. M.
New Cabinet Warerooiii
THE subscriber reepectrally eeneeneee
- that ba hs permanently Incaxed him sit
inthe town of Orange, Ashlaad county, Ohio,
where he is prepsred to maBsfsetare sll had
ai Cabinet Ware, such so
SOFAS. DIVANS, WASH STANDS.
' Dininfr 7'abte. Centre Tablet.
to ordsr, on the shortest notics sad mast res-
snnsble terms. Particular attesuoa given la
the - -' : - -'
UNDERTAKINU BUSINESS I
:onntrv Produce taken ia exchaagefor work.
and Cash always acceptable.
- r - jusn w iim.
Orange, April 6, 1864. t
LATEST SUMMER STYLES I
MRS. PILGRIM at CO., would reepeetrWlly
inform the Ladies of Ashlsnd, aael vicin
ity, that they still coatiaae tba : .
Millinery and Dress Making Business,
at their eld stand, one door east of the Tfatss
riating e face, aad basing jast reeetveat anal
.A TEST SUMMER STYLES, sad frem theer
loag experience ia the basis ess, feci felly sees,
ideal of giving entire eatiefeettea ta all who
ay favor inem wiut taeir petrwaagm.
AsbUndJ July o, leos. .
: C. A BUHEfif
Afuflwarrnrer of Boat and Skaet
rpHKEK doors below tbe Times Prta.
A ing Office, Ashlssd, O bio. Ca
ins Office. Ashlssd. O bio.
Work done ta order oa the eherteet aetlae)
most reaaouable tern
December 14th. -Mas.
4 A Sew, jfleihod.
A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOTIET kasi
rreently' been made by Dr. sTcans, fat
tho cure of A at h ova. Coos empties, BraacbitJSs
Coughs, Colds, and a) Lung Complaints, by
Medicated Inhalation. Dr. Curtia' BygonM, aa
Inhaling Hygenian Vapor and Cherry Byntf,
has accomptianod tse most wonoerrui csre at
Asthma and Consumption ia thai Cite at Ham
York snd vicinity for s few month past, ever
known to man. ' It is prodacing aa iw-preaaTOB
on Dieeaas af the teags never helere wits sew
ed by tha Medical Profession.- Roe cartli-
cates in bsnds of Agents.') ...
The Inhaler is worn on tne Dreast, eader taa
its, witboot tha least intoaveaieaee, tho
heat of tba body being semeieat to nsaparasa
the fluid, supplying the leags eeaetaatly wish
s heeling' and agreeabls vapor, pssaing into
alt tha sir-cell sad pssssges at tha Jaage that
cannot possibly ha reacfied ay otser saesuataa.
At ere is a case.: ! ; ....
- BnooKUB, W. T., Dee. f0lh, IUI.
For about eight years I bssa beea severely
afflicted with tha Asthssat far tba- last
yesrs I havs suffered beyond all power af de
scription ; month st s tims I hsvs Bel baas)
able to sleep ja bad, retting what root I eesld
sitting is my ebaisv My diniealtyaf hioolhiag.
sad my sutterings were so great at times, Inst
for hours together my friends expected each
hour would ba my last. During tha past sis
rears I have had the aid aad atteodaace at
some of the most celebrated phystciaaa. bat
bave received ae permanent benefit, aad bat
Ante relief. I at length had tba good fortano
procure . Dr. Curtia'- Hygeaaa Vapor and
Cherry Syrup. At the time I first obtained it.
we sruenng under one r my most violent
attacks, ssd wss ia great distress, slmoet suf
focating tor want af breath, la less thaa tea
minute from the time I anpUed tho Inhaler
to my stmomacb, aad took a teaapooafal ef tba
Cherry Syrop, I wss relieved ia a great aea
are from' the difficulty- of breathing, aad bad
a comfortable night. I have since eeetiBeed
it with tbe greatest possible Benefit, aad am
now comparatively well. God only knows th
amount of suffering this medicine has relieved
ma from. My sdriceU, lbs suffering is, fry sr.
I came to New Yorh ia the ship Telegraph I
my native place is St. John's, Nsw Brunswick;
when I reached thia city, my health was vary
poor 3 hsd s very bad cough, raised a good deel
of ssatter, which - waa freqaeatly mixed with
blood; bad pain in my left aide, aad was ear
thin and emaciated. My friends aad physician -proaoanced
my case Consumption, aad beyasd
the rasch ef mediciae. . I accidentally feasunj
of Dr. Curtis' Hygeaia, or iahaliag Hrgean Ta-
por and Cherry syrup, aad oDlameaa pacaage,
which I verily believe was the means af saving
mV lire- 'Dsns wwil. wm hmi.ii
took tha Cherry Ryrap as directed, aad
tianed to do so, my conarh gradaaliy
better, until it entirely left me, aad I aew i
aider myself cured' I still wear the) Iaheiee,
as the use ef it is rather plsasaat, aad baliamaa
it atrengthening and purit) ing ta the lesge.1
fool unwilling at preaent to dispones with it.
Sold by Boyd at Paul, Na. 14S Chambers e4
C. H. Ring, corner of John street aad Jtrsafi
way, N. Y. Price $3 a package.
N. B. Aay person inclosing 3 ta Reyd 4a
Psnl. er Cartia It Perkiae. New' Yark, wil re
ceive a package eoatsining a bottle as Hygssa
va a package eoataining a nexus es aygaan
por. ana of Cherry Syrup, ssd aa Inhale
a eeat bos, by express, tree to say part ewf
r United Siateas ae soar packs goo fmr 10
ia a i
June I, 184 ..... - ij-
Livery StaMs. , ,
rvfsna-r. A MOS LKWls wUhes H taejaetfe
liJ5:3- A eadarstood that he sawBeteMthe
Livery buesiaess. aad that he baa just saade ansa
sa sditioa to bis Stable in ths the articles af 4s-
gie and : horses. -j- ,,
Bis etaois is mow asps w-i..i- "---
ihajUmn.! House. Customers caa alwave Baaj
-some person to attend to them sitber st the St.
hie orthe pemnseipouae r-essuutsi iHiraasaB)
Asbland In auy airsouoa, aa bhsmsw rsi-)- mi m
May 17, asst. m
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