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',7iOX9 Whig Opposition, to the Fniion-
The indicationa are unmistakable
that throngh oat the 'North and West
.Ife'the nnmber-of Whrga'who will repu-
diate foaiort " with the .Abolitionist
.DifliiuwuistawiU te yery' respectable in
vnumbera." In-Micbigari, i Whig State
. tJonreiitlon is goon to be held, for' the
BonuBatlon of a State ticket,- in oppo
'aitloiv'to that of. tbe Fosioniata. The
YWtiga bf Boston (Mass.) have declared
against fusion' in their primary meetings
, Te AJbany,JEi pettg- Journal, N. York
Commercial Advert iser, and other Whig
papers, are against abandoning their or-
'ganisation in New York. Ia Ohio, the
.cLogan Gazette and the Columbiana Pal-j-lculium
have expressed a decided repug-
Aaoce to the whole movement. The dis-
. i affection also exists in Indiana, and the
yoico of the National Whigs is echoed
-In.the .Vmcenncs Uazctte, one ot tne
.. oldest and most influential Whig papers
"in -the State, -which, after noticing the
Fusion Conventions at '. Columbus and
"Indianapolis; thus discourses:
.' There ia a serious objection to this or
ganization, which we hope will be well
-- considered.'' It is found in the geographi-
?cal divisions of parties in the Union, bo
1 'I S? ' 1
aotemniv ana impressively reierrea to in
'the FaTewell Address of the Father of
'lis Countrv, " If the South does wrong,
,, that fact is no justification for the North
-'in committing a greater evil. If it were,
'rthe South,' iu turn, might commit a third
..offense, still more aecravated; and thus
--offenses might be continued till a erael
and bloody war should delete the land.
We think the Missouri Compromise might
- have beea replaced upon the statute
book," without a specific and distracting
organization for that express purpose.
-: One-idea parties, - or parties organised
' solely for one purpose, are prone to run
t into) fanaticism, and becomes as ungov-
i -ernable and ondiscipuned as were the
; followers of Peter the Great.
""""The organization effected in Ohio and
..tbis State naa been the result of combi-
. - nations of Whigs and Democrats, with a
tew rrecsouers. a bis amliation with
Xrficofocoism and.-Freesoilism we utterly
-i abominate,' and whether the purpose of
' the affiliation, be good or bad, we look
. upon such a combination, such a depar-
ture from the . long-established customs
of parties, as eminently disastrous to the
iigirlf..the Whig party could be
uocesstul under such a combination, it
-rxwld be 'in the -same predicament as
"tbe Petnocratic party has been since the
, enactment of the Nebraska and- Kansas
law.t v No power on earth can " preserve
5'acb a mixture of the " bine Bprits, gray
pirits, and black spirits," in harmony.
y.i. Inasmuch as our neighbor, of the Ga
.zette, likes the " readings which we
' give" .from that influential Whig paper,
the Detroit !ipertaer, we make the fol
Jo wing late extract from its colnnuis:
same fatuity that has brood
over their fortunes for many years of
(disappointment, they again seek to sec
jtJonaize .the whole .North,; and lead off
in movement, where only a few shall
fce' benefited. - The sole purpose and de-
sigu of these .disturbers and factionists
lu Xq create and maintain eternal hatred
' and jealousy between the North and the
'"Southland render a cordial cooperation
..in great national schemes impossible.. Is
-' Such a course wise ? Can any who have
' ever held the name of Whig, enter upon
, each a scheme of partial and temporary
. interest? . Does such a course compare
well with the plans to which they have
..devoted, so muchMabor? . No ! We do
r not believe that the honest and true
Whig will abandon the broad principles
which grow out of our Constitution, to
accept the narrow platform of " oppo
sition to the South ." Cin. Enq.
'o ... , . i . Ddbcque, Aug. 10.
-';In' nine counties heard from. Grimes.
the Whiz candidate for Governor, is 300
.ahead. Hempstead,' for Congress, has
about the" same majority.
iVK '"V-3 i.-utj- '
New York, Aug. 1 1. :
-Jlhe-Emfnre- City reports that the
Clipper- ship Tounuend from Boston
for" San Francisco, was totally destroyed
"by fire on the 4th of May. ; The captain
and 10 of the hands were saved. The
Others are supposed to have perished.
-'" :-, Loinsviw.E, Aug. II.
By mail we have the St. Louis papers.
At five o.clock on the eveningof the 8th
a riot occored at . the Fifth Ward polls
in St. Louis, in which an American was
stabbed by an Irishman, which seemed
to be a signal for a general attack, and
pistols, stones and other weapons were
. The mob- ot Americans tnen supplied
themselves with axes, and destroyed a
large number of Irish drinking bouses,
breaking the furniture- and everything
that was breakable to atoms. It was ru
mored five were killed and a large num
The mob then threatened to attack the
college. ' " - -
The office of the Anzier, a German
paper, was once attacked, but was saved
by eight companies of military which just
arrived in time. 1 ' .
Ten arrests were made up to eight
o'clock that evening.
Not an Irish grocery was left on Mor
gan street. Fully sixty Irish doggeries
of the lowest order were destroyed.
'---Cincinnati, Aug- 12 P. M.
The Democratic convention met at
Carthage to-day, for tho purpose of nom
inating candidates for county officers and
for Congress. The committee on reso
lutions reported the Baltimore platform.
As soon as the Convention re-assembled
in the afternoon, the greatest excitement
commenced. . The. Know Nothing ques
tion was introduced, and the organisa
tion denounced.. Charles Reemlin, who
was a delegate, said it was inconsistent
to denounce this society,, wbue tne .Dem
ocrats, bad a secret organization, (refer
ring to the Miami Tribe) of which Uni-
ted States senator ueorge xn. ruga was
chief. The ho was xriven to this asser
tion and Reemelin was 'attacked and
finally fled. After which the Convention
broke up in a row, without nominating
candidates or passing any resolutions.
. IIartfokd, Aug. 12.
The Times learns that the extensive
Satinet Mills, known as the Hocamon
Mills, situated at Rockville, 12 miles
east of this city, were entirely destroyed
bv fire this morning. C ' Loss 75 to 100,-
000 dollars. - A considerable portion is
covered bv insurance.
A meeting of the stockholders of the
Vermont Central Railroad was held yes
terday. The only business of moment
that transpired was the appointment of
a committee to select a new board ot di
rectors, which are to be voted for at the
annual meeting on the 12th of Scptcma
ber. - - ' -
The case of Crane, the Prcsident, who
stands charged with heavy "defalcations,
is to be brought before the Urand Jury.
The Board of Health report the num
ber of deaths for the' week ending to-day
at 1049, of which 265 were from cholera
New York, August 12.
The stockholders of the Harlem Hail-
road -will report on Tuesday next.
The New Haven Uoinpany are sun
busily engaged in the examination of
their affairs. Tne examination goes
back to the early days of the enterprise.
The Star denies that the D rench Min
ister has made a demand of $600,000
for property destroyed at Greytown,
In i'hiiauelpuia some 16 Jtomau uam-
olic teachers 1Q pnbllC schools have been
removed bv the new superintendent Of
rrk t A, ; TT S Ysril
i uo Avuuvt.v u v. . . . , -
at Washington was aeswoyea py nre
"Washington, Aug. 12.
The Navy Yard was destroyed by fire
yesterday afternoon, a hey were casting
cylinders for the steamer Fulton, and
had two thirds of the metal poured into
the mould, when the latter exploded,
instantly setting fire to tbe building.
Hundreds of spectators were present at
the time, but they all escaped without
damage: The adjoining buildings were
saved by the most strenuous exertions
New York, August 9.
The Tribune has a special dispatch
this afternoon, from ' Muscatine, which
savs the election in that State has resul-
; thaeamnlAtAirinmnh oftheWhio-
anti-Nebraska Maine law ticket.; '" lhe
Wbigs in that county have "chosen a Sen
ator and two Representatives, and the
whole county ticket, and has given 123
majority for Grimes for Governor.
Chicago, Ang. 1 0.
In Dubuque county, the Whig ticket
v - t sen
a Whiff irain over 1852 of 122. Musca-
tInixv.nT.tr .irps TWinoLon WSmOnn.
- P ..? e .
ereBsmen, I el majority being a W nia
train of 252. Grimes (Whig) is elected
Senator, and two Whig Representatives
m Soott county being Whig gains.
, .- , . ... , LoTJTSVTLLE, Arts'. 9.
A private dispatch from St. Louis
SaVS Luther 31. Kennctt (Whig) is eleo-
ted to Congress over Thomas U. Sen-
rpi A n 4;i,.i v- ,
, , . , .
umpiiea iu tae utr. v - , ..- i ,vi .
The Writer Of the dispatch Says that a
riot was tiroeressinLT lust as he handed
in his dispatch.
' . . ' .' Baliegh, Aug. 9.
The Standard says the Governor, Sen
ate, and commons will be Democratic.
The Register says Dockery gains, com
pared with Beid and Kerr's vote, 3376
in 49 counties. . The Standard says
Bragg's gain, compared with Scott's, is
1006 ia 33 counties.
. Columbia, S. CL, A ug. 9.
Setterville reports a large gain for
Dockerv in Clineman's district. The
opinion is that BTagg is elected by a
small majority. Legislature close but
chance in favor of the Whiga. Later
Dockery believed to be elected. 50
counties ' heard from Dockery . gains
5,ood votes. .
Baleigh, Aug. 1 1
All the counties have been -heard
from except McDowell and Buncombe.
The Senate will probably stand 30 Denis.
and 20 Whigs, and the House 63 Dems.
and 57 Whigs. Bragg's majority will
not be less than 2,UUU,
. - Dubuque, Aug. 9.
Additional returns continue to show
gains for Whigs and Anti-Nebraska
candidate but it is doubtful whether they
will carry the State,
AsnLAXn, Aug. 16th Wit. . .
I WaaaT -. ... ........$1.3017
raee acarae at.......... $9,00
Oatb. ....25a 28
Conic...... 37a 40
Timotbt.. "J t.08
Bcttcb rrtih la roll lie
Ec.. .................................. ....... Be
Fsi-roint... . ....40c
SEW IOBK DliUKET.
- New Yoaa, Aug. 12.
FLOca Demand continuea good and pricea of
common deacriptiona again advance. Reccipta
light and market cloaed with op tendenc.
Salei 600 bbla 7 75a8 50 for com. to atrait State,
8 75a9 for choice and farorite do 9 12a9 87 for
good and fancy Ohio. Canadian nothing doing.
Wheat. Dull demand only for home consum
ption buyera and aellera wide apart in riewa.
Good red upper lake held 1 58.
Br. Nominal 113al 15, ' ' -!
Conn Moderate buianeaa: aalea of 27000 ba.
at 71a73 for inferior to good aound weatern miied.
a Oat Moderate demand, 44a47l for atate
Poaa Tranaaction moderate 12 31 for men,
14 for clear, 10 50a 10 62 prime.
Stocks Hare again alightly improved. . .
CLEVELAND MARK EX
Clevclakd, Aeg. 12, 1854.
Ftoua. wo bare no change to note ia pricea,
and auperfine continaea to aell in email lots at
Sa8 25. Extra 8 50a 75. Extra retoila at $8
25a8 50. . . . . - . -
Wheat Sale of 200 beak white at $ 1 85 j one
car load aoothem mixed at Hi 70.
Corn-Advanced; Salea of 18000 buab and 4000
bush from alore at 66.
Oata Sale of one car load at 34c. '
Shouldeks 5a6.' '
Cheese 7ia8c. : ' ' '
Fobk Dull at $11 60.
Eeea 10c by tha bbl. :
Wool Ranges from 25 to 40. ' '
nAnniED,..Oill lSth inat.. by Rev.J.L.
JIcLajh. Mr. THOMAS MARTIN, of Wisconsin,
to Miea MART M. KARNAH AN, ef Vermillion Tp.,
Aahlaad couaty, Ohio.
On tba 16th iaat., at the McNulty House, Ash-
laad, by Re. Johbt Robirsost, Mr. G. R. BU-
CHNAN to Mies MARY JNE DUNHAM, both
of Jeromerille, Aahlaad county. Ohio,
XO Br the above we learu that our friends have
precipitated Ihemaelveainto that " perpetual foun
tain of domestic sweets,' called Matrimony. Ac
companying the notice was a beautiful cake and
would von believe it reader 1 a snLD bollii'
Such liberality ia a certain passport to good luck.
We give them a aentiment: y
"ih I married lovel-eoch heart ihaU own.
Where two congenial souls unite,
Tny golden chains inlaid with down.
iny lamp wiin aeavea'a own splendor ongni .
AsULAND UNION SCHOOL.
The next term will commence August 28th
next, and continue sixteen weeks. Teachers,
and term a of Tuition tor foreign scholars, same
J. D. STUBBS, See'y of Board.
Aahland, Aug. 16th, 1854. 2wl2
FIUE COM PAN V. A rceetingnf the Pro
tection Fire Company No. , will be held on Friday,
the 18th insC, at the Store Room'of E. Bcttibt. A
full meeting ia desired. -
Wli. B. McCARTV, jr.rsms
Ashland. August 16th, 1854.
EPISCOPAL. SElt VICES There will be
Episcopal Services in the Odd Fellow's Hall, over
T. C. Busbskll's Store, next Sabbath, at 11 ('clock.
A. M.. and S o'clock, P. M. - - -
Ashland, August 16th, 18J4.. -
Let the wateliiieTi f tk ptoplt it, Rcptml! When
men become so infatuated with power, either la
possession or expectancy, as to run off after every
new dogma, and at the oidtling of their imperial
masters, pass laws in direct violation of the plain
est principles of our republican Institutions, it be
comes the Vox Populi to-rite in their might, with-
nnf .li.tinrtimi nfn.rtr and enmnel-ftureMvante to
repeal those obnoxious por-ions of o'ur laws that
strike at the root of our Independence. So, a'so
phjsically : when men run off rrtcr every nei
I langled nostrum openea ii tne public, mey not
, . .... ... .. r
Uml ie. anafriend.. u u therefore w th pleasure
we again recommend to the afflicted the use of
Mc A Lima's all-hbauho Oihtmkbt, an old and
well-tried remedy, and almost certain cure for
Burns, Bruiser, Cuts, Weavela, Sca'.d Read, Ague in
the breast. Corns, Spinal Affections, Fevers, aud
all Febrile diseases, too numerous to mention.
That by restoring the insensible perspiration, iten
ab lea the aysUm to throw off aU the old worn out
particles, thereby restoring to aouad and perfect
health. For aale by J. B. F. Sampsel & co.,and R.
B. Chnbb & ca , Aahland ; 1. McCi or j, Mifflin : T
W. Coulter, Perryaville; D. . Stockman, London.
ville; L. Spencer fc CO., McKay I, Kinninger &
CO. Hayeeville; Hagerman and Buchanan, Hayea-
ville; Coulter and Goodwin, Lafayette; W. Spen
cer co.. Albion: J. J. Wrieht. Sullivan: Michael
Krieee. Oranrc: H. S. See tt CO..- Savanah ; E. F.
Bealy, Troy. ' Jyn7
A Wonderful Discovery has recently been made
by Dr. Curtu, of thia city, ia the treatment of con
sumption, asthma, and all dtseasesof the lungs
We refer to Dr. t-urtis's Hygean or, Inbaliug Hy
geaa Vapor and eherry syrup." Within -this-new
method tbe Dr. has restored maay afflicted ones to
perfect health ; 2s an .evidence of which he bas
nnumerable certificates.. Speaking of . the treat
ment a physician remarks: It ia evident that in
haling constantly breathing an agreeable, healing
vapor, the medicinal propretiea must cant in di
reel contract with the whole of the aerial cavitv
0f the lungs, and thus escape the many and varied!
....j ,k ki ....-j.... t
to the atomach. and anbjectto the proceaa ol dl
gestion. TbeHygesnmisfcssale. at all. tbe drug
I ,i.t, Ihrnn.hnnt th rnuntrT AT V ' Dv frl.a.
O D -
See advertisement of Medicated Inhalation in
canotber column of this paper.
Mead tkofollovif Lattarfrom am konaol a
: , , nor of fr. L. JUaaxo' Utt BaUat
Jr. A. I. A basis Hear Sirt Having for some
time deemed It a duty wbica I feel is incumbent
upon me, to give in my testimony in favor ot your ,
Liver Balsam, aad with a faith which ia nnyield
inc. that I shall be the means of saving some from
I the tortures of diaeese. Allow me here to give it,
hoping you will publish the same. I was an in va-
I lid for three or four years, with (perhaps a scrofu
lous) humor; causing ao eruption on different
part, of my body, forming scobs or scales on the
skin, with sharp itching and burning ; and at tbe
same tiu.e 1 . was a confirmed dyspeptic, aud per
haps a hypochondriac. I was doctored by the most
celebrated physicians of Homer and Corllandville,
and was positively farther and farther from acr-Te.
Mr. Woodruff several times edvised me to consult
Dr. Adsms, then of Groton ;' 1 did so, and be gave
me a bottle of bis Liver Balsam, but gave but little
encouragement of a cure. I began to feel better
before the first bottle was empty ; obt ined more.
end continued to take it, and was soon restored to
good health. One of my children was cured after
wards of seemingly the same disease, by tbe same
invaluable compound. I would pay as per bottle
for it, if I could not buy it less, rather than not
have it by me. Yours, Ire,
Cortland. Cortland CO., K. Y.t Mar. 35, '53.-110
See advertisement in another column.
JJWi seldom ever recommend a manufactured
medicine, believing that, in most cases, nature
herself perfects a cure more rapfdly and effectually
than can be accomplished by tbe vegetables and
minerals of medical science. But in the matter of
dyspepsia, there are chronic features about it.
which, very often, defy all the efforts or nature to
creote a healthy action or the disgestive organa.
and It not anfrequently happens that thousands
suffer for years, disessed both in body and in miud.
from indigestion and its kindred ills. To such.
Hoofland's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jkaon, are truly
a most valuable preparation
It is a touic medicine, giving a healthy action to
the stomach, and will be found highly serviceable
at all seasons, but especially during the spring. Dys
pepsia can only be cured by. a patient perseverance
ia one course of treatment ; aud to all those suf
fering under this sad malady we would recommend
an application to the depot of Hoofland's German
Bitters, ISO Arch street, Philadelphia-P kilm. as.
Aug. 2,1854- 4wl0
GREAT ATTRACTION r '
At the Old Itricli Corner.
THE undersigned having bought tha Laboe
and EXTEtrttVS stock of merchandise for
merly owned by Robert McMahnn in thie pllce,
announoea to the citixena of thia County and
all others who wish to avail themselves ol the
privilege of laying in their Suxmea ahd Fall
surrLirs cheap, that his Store is the place.
lie intenda keeping always on Land a large aad
general assortment ot
GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
auch aa is wanted by tha people in thia region.
Among our unprecedented variety are
of all Kinds, Styles sad Varietiee. -' GROCE
RIES, a large Stock Salt, Fish, Plaster, in
ahort every thing in that line, which will be
sold a' less prices than any other Merchant
dan tell. . I am bow and will ba selling for
sometiAe at cost, so that my-preaent atock may
bo reduced to make room fur mv " - - " ' :
kaVAII who wish great bargains, a re invited
to call soon and examine my Stock aa ti.e gooda
are going very that, and yon may not have
another epportaaitjr to secure your gbodj at
such low figures. Alt kinds of
Wool, and any thing the Farmer has to aell, will
ba taken in exchange lor goods. -
try- Don't lorget the place tha old Srtck
Corner, East of the McNulty House. -
li. W. BASSFORD. .
Ashland, Aug. 16, 1354. nl2tf
r I THE following Executors and Administrators
I having filed their acconnta in the Court of
Probate oi Ashland County, Ohio, lor settle
ment, the same are ordered to be published in
the Aahland Union, a newapaper printed in
aaid County for threo weeks prior to the next
term of said Court, to wits - ----- --
The final aceU of John Smith,' Administrator'of
Henry bmaily deceased.
The final acct. ot Henry Hough, Administrator
of Solomon Hough, dee'd.
The final acct. of Sarah Bare, Adm'r ot Adam
Tba final acct, of John C. Wright. Adm'r of
Joseph Wnffbt. dee'd.
The Baal acct. of William McNeil. Adm'r of
. Ida Scott, dee'd.
Tha finil acct. oi Martin A. McHoae, Adm'r of
r feter Weaver, dee'd.-
The final acct. of Iaaae Kauffinaa, Execator of
John Kanffman. dee'd.
The partial acct. of Daniel Darrougb, Adm'r of
i nomas Uarrough, dee'd.
The partial acct of Violet Colmery, Adm'r of
William Colmerv. dee'd.
The partial acct of Geo . Ac Lewis Guthrie, A d m'r
ot Kicnard Uuibrie, dee'd.
Tbe partial acct of 8. P. Jones, Adm'r of Geo.
and the eame are continued for the inspection
or aay person interested, and will be for bear
ing at tbe next term of said Court.
' - A. L. CURTIS, Probate Judge.
Augnat 14th, 1854. ' - - 4wl2 -
Penn. Medical University of Philadelphia.
'HE fallteim of thia new Medical School
for Ladies, will commence on the 1st Mon
day ia October, 1854, aud continue four montha.
The Syttem of Teackinir ,-her pursued, ii
entirely aew, and is more comprehensive,
tnorougn, nuerai and practical than that or any
. l : i t- i . , . ..
".nei memvu ociiuui in iue country., ji
oaseu, aa lar. as possible, upon the positive
sciences, consequently, iree irom all sects and
dogmas. The branches of study are divided
according to their, natural oroer of succession,
ana taught in lour progreaaive courses of four
months eaeh ; there are two courses an each
year. thua. enabling the students to pass suc
cessively through all tour courses within two
years. Hy this arrangement tho study is ren
dered easy, and possessed ol daily increasing
Ladies desiring a thoroughly scientific Medi
cal Education, or any part particularly luterest
ing in em, have facilities here nowhere eiso to
For Announcements con taininir Terms, (which
bill always be made satisfactory.) list of (Jlfi-
cers, faculty, and other p.irtiquiars, please ad'
dress JOS. S. LONGSHORK. M. D. De.f ,
No. 160 Arch-st., or Box 10S3, Philadelphia r. o
Aug. io, iooi. niatt
ill A , B . O IV T 3 YS Si I, P.
An In valuable UooSt for tu'vnly-ljve
i.,try m: uiiii i y siiount jiare
a. topy "
1 flfi flfm Copies sold in less tl.an a vear. A
A UU)UUU new edition, revised aud improved.
Llr. HuNTin's Medical Manual aad tmd Botk for
... .ju...a v. w.i i.gjiu; iu uuuiiie oi ine origin,
progrers, trcatiueutand cure of every form of dia
ease contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse,
dj seu-aDuse or oy sexual excess, witn advice for
their prevention, written in a familiarslyle, avoid
ing all medical technicalities. And every thine that
would offend tbe ear o deceucy ; with an outline
of complaints iucident to Females, from tbe result
oi some twenty years-successful DrAClice. exclu
sively devoted to the cure of diseases of a delicate
or private nature.
io which ia added receipts for the cure of tha
adovc oiseasea, and a treatise on the causes, symp
toms aud cure of the Fever and Asue.
J c-i.m... i me s-TQjcaamr mi uoilerics ix fenw.
College, Philadelphia " Dr. Huhtek's Medical Man
ual." ine author of this work, unlike the majority
of those who advertise to cure the diseases of which
H treats is a graduate of one of tbe best Colleees in
mc unueu states, ttanords me pleasure to recoui
mend him to the unfortunate, or to the victim o
malpractice, as a successful and experienced lirac-
titioner, .n wlios, houor and integrity they may
iita isc gicswsi Btmnaeacc.
JUS. s. LOauSHORE, m. D.
FromJI. Woodward. M. D..of Pcnn. Paivtroilu
Philadelphia. it Hives me nlessure to add mv testi
mony to the professional ability of the Author of
ine "itieoicAL aiasoai.." numerous cases of Dis
ease of tbe Genital organs, some of them of long
standing, have come unicr my notice, iu which his
skill has been manifest in restoring to perfect
bealth, in some cases where tte patient has been
considered beyond medical aid. In the treatment
of seminal weaknesses, or disarrangement of the
functions produced by self-abuse or Jr. x cess of ven
ery.l Co notAnow his sasertar in the profession
1 have been acquainted with the Author aome thir
ty yeara. and deem it no more-tban justice to him
aawell as Kindness to the unfortunate victim of
early indiscretion, to recommend him as one. in
whose professional skill and integrity they may
saiciy corrnae tnemsei ves. i
:. -. - . Auiiswsrsvin.H.JI.
"This Is. without exception, tbe most compre
bensive and intelligible work published on the
class of diseases or which it treats. Avoiding all
technical terms, it addresses itself to the reason of
its readers. It is free from all objectionable mat
ter, and no parent, however fastidious can object
to placing it in the bauds of his aona. The author
" f"n7 7" ra treatment, oi tne
darious complaints treated of, and, with too little
areata io pun, ana too little presumption to im
pose, be has offered to the world, at tbe merely nomi
nal price of23 cents, the fruit or some tweuty yeara'
moat successful practice .nBorald. -
"Cio teacner or parent shoald be witbout tbe
knowledge imparted in this invaluable work. It
would save rears of pain, mortification and sorrow
to the youth under tbeir charge. "PoopWa jtdoocote.
A r-resoyienaa clergyman la Ohio, writing or
Hunter's Medical Manual" savs: "thousands
upon thousands of our youth, by evil example aud
influence of the passions, have been led into the
habit ot self-putrution, without realising the sin and
fearful consequences upon ihemselves und their pos
terity. The constitutions or thousands who are
raising families have been enfeebled, if not broken
down, and they do not know the cause or the cere.
Anythlug that can be done ao to enlighten and in
fluence the public mind as to check, and ultimately
to remove this v wide spread source of ' human
wretchedness, would confer the- greatest blcssine-
next to the religion of Jesus Christ, on the present
and coming generation. Intemperance (or tbe use
or intoxicating drinks) though tt has slain thou
sands, is not a greater scourge to the human race.
Accept my thanks on bchali of the afflicted, and, be
lieve me, your co. worker in tbe good work you are
so sctively engaged in."
One copy (securely enveloped) will be forwarded
free of postage, to any part of tbe United 8tatea ft r'
SScents.or six copiesforSl- Address, (postpaid)
cunur.n v c;u.. rubiisners. or oox luo. r-niia.
JO3 Booksellers, Canvassers aud Book Agents
supplied on tue most liberal terms.
Aug. ietb, h4. mzy
- : Administraitor'a Notice. -
TVTOTICE is hereby given, that the under
I signed ha. been appointed and qualified
as Administrator of the Estate of Jesse Evans,
deceased, or Lake township, Ashland county,
Ohio, those who know themselves to be in
debted to aaid Estate are requested to make im
mediate payment. . All claima against sa:d res
tate are required to present them lesally an
thenlicated for settlement within one year from
this date. JU11CE WEATHEUBEE,
Adm'r of Jesse Evana, dee'd
Aug. 16th, 1854. 3wl2
- Adlminiatra.tor7a Notice.
riHE undersigned has been duly appointed
I - and qualified aa Administrator ol the estate
of Henry D. Over, late of Perry township, Ash
land connty, Ohio, deccaaed.
: JOHN OVER.
August 16, 1854. 3wl2
LATEST. SUMMER STYLES!
MRS. PILGRIM & CO., would respectfully
inform the Ladies of Ashland, and vicin
ity, that they still continue the - :
Millinery and Dress Making BnJnpss,
at their old stand, one door east of the ' Timet'
printing o pice, and having just received the
LATEST SUMMER STYLES, and from their
long experience in the business, feel fully con
fident of giving entire satisfaction to ail'vho
may favor them with their patronage.
Ashland, July 5 854. 'nQjf
Important ; to Teachers.
The Principal of Gratng-er'a Commer.
HA VINO aome tipie aince secured the in
valuable services of Prof. TAcY,ot New
York, author ol a series ot Mathematical works,
to lecture before hip Students upon Commercial
Calculations, haa been induced, by urgent so-
licitat.ons of Teachers, to have the froteasor,
connection with othera. deliver a course of
Lectures upon all branchet of Education, be
fore a Normal Clot, during tbe month of Au
eas: .. .
lhe reputation ot rror. is act as a jriaioe-
matician, and bis clear and lucid manner of
demonstration, aro too well known to require
comment. . For many yeara he was Principal of
the Claaaical Inatitute, N.York, and deserved
ly ranka aa one of the best teachers of the age.
These Lectures are intended to benefit the
Students in attendance at the Commercial Col
lege, but the arrangements will include those
who do not .wish to take a college course. To
those who design to pursue the business of
teaching, especially, this opportunity will be
a golden oi.e, coming aa it does in vacation
season, and at so little expense to tnem, and
proffering such rich advantages.
:, AaVArrsngements are being mde to secure
the services of one of the be-t teachers of
Penmanship in tne country.
I EKAla. btudente ot the College, or those
whobecome students at the commencement or
during the lectures, or purchase scholarships
of tbe Institution to attend at any subsequent
period within six months, will be entitled to
tbe Lectures jree oj caargt. .
Those who desire only to attend the lectures,
including penmanship, will be charged ten dol
DO-The Lectures to commence on the 8th ol
N. B. Teachers can have access to an excel
lent Library in the College.
. VM. w. (iitAnujE.H, frincipai.
TO SCHOOL TEACHERS,
The Board of Examiners deeming ttr impor
tant for the welfare of Public Schoola that the
teachers and those designing to become such,
should avail themselves of every opportunity
offered for their advancement, beg leave to
state the inducements to attend Gbarueb's
Coshchcul College, curing the month ot
1st. Instruction's will be given in all the
branchet of Science, ordinarily required in our
2d. Penm AirsHrf tpK be taught thoroughly
and twtematically : ' The latter inducement the
Board conaider aiirniT aai taring.
- T thoae who do not teach except during the
cold aeaaon, a good opportunity ia offered to
review their studies, whicn an acxnowieoge
a oino aua non to Muccest. .
To those who do not consider tnemseives
thoroughly prepared for teaching, a fine chance
iairiven to make a due preparation for their
To those wno nave never taugni a rsro op
portunity ia atlorded to gain tne requisite
knowledge. In a word, we may say, that in
our opinion there ia sufficient inducementor
all who have taught or wish to teach, to spend
a few weeks in attendance upon these Lec
Prol. Tbact needs no commendation from
as hi it known to you. Of Mr. Gbakceb we
aimnlv sav. that in our judgment, he willapsre
no labor or expense in procuring amply quali
fied instructors to assist.
M. MAY. - - : Board of
.' ALEX. BARTLETT, J .Examiners.
Note. Mr. Shufc, our fellow Examiner, ia
now absent from the State, but we are fully
persuided that lie would most heartily sub
scribe to this recommendation were he here.
Mansfield, Aug..2, 1S54. . 210 .
SKILLING & BURNS
HAVE the pleasure. of informing the public
in general, that they have just received
from New-York their Spring and Summer
Stock of Goods, which they offer to sell at
very low pricea. To be convinced of this fact
the public will only have to call and examine
their large and varied Stock of
Ready-Made Clothing, Clot ht, Cassimeret. Vist
ingt, Summer Stuft, Leghorn and Palm
Leaf UATS, GROCERIES,
LBT A LH10)E3
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS fit reni variety
4f Patient. - . , . .
- ITo IHt ladies. we invito particular
njtiM lion to our Stock of DRESS GOODS,
which is one of the most desirable ever offered
in Ashlmd. And to the community'in general
we say, that we will not be undersold by any
firm in this or adjoining Countiea ; for we are
determined, by close attention to business, to
see how low wc can sell Goods and make a liv
ing. In short, oar Stock is very complete ; and
no pains, on ou- part, will be spared to make
our Store the seat of general attraction tliro'
out the aeason, by constant supplies of such
Goods aa the country requires, and at prices
that will be certain to give satisfaction.
. t..w . ,.. ... J. D, KILLING,
' - H. BURNS.
'Ashland, May 24th, 1854. 3ml
A " NEW
TO TRAVELLERS. ;
i com m e n c e d
running a EX
Asnlana I. Loudonville leaving Ashland
every Monday , Wednesday and Friday at 8 C
clock, A.M.aad arriving at Loudonville at 2 P.
M-. connectina withthe 3 o'clock P. M. train
for Pittsburgh and the 4 o'clock P M train for
Crestline same days. Leaving Loudonville
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday on
the arrival ol Eastern train at 10 A.M., and
arrives tt Ashland at 3 P. M-, thereby enab
ling passengers to go either East or West on
the cars same day.orthose coming on morning
train either from East or West can get to Ash
land without delay; and citizens wishing to
visit the south part of the county, can have an
opportunity to transact their business and re;
tirn the same trip,. and vice verta. Fare
through one dollar.
- A liberal deduction to families snd pleas
ure parties. Enquire or the undersigned at
the 'Franklin House in .Ashland, or at tne
Railroad Depot, or Post Office in Loudonville
. . .,-i.: vv. KLr-suix, proprietor.
Passeno-era t.tk n to or from any Hotel ei
ther at Ashland or Loudonville.
Aahland, July 13, 1853. rna
Eljacrson'a American Ualr Restorative.
FOR restoring the Hairon heads hopelessly
- Bald, and to prevent the hair from fall
ing, ie winning gold.-n opinions from persons
who are using it. - This is a new article, re
cently intreduced to tbe public, and will
stsnd on its own merits. Some of the best
citizens ol Cleveland and Pittsburg, who were
hopelessly bald a few months since, have
now the evidence on their heads to shew of
its merits. ' The proprietors have such confi
dence in it that they authorize their agents
to take heada on guarantees price to be
agreed upon between the. parties.
A g t n 1 1.
- : S-V"18"' i Ashland.
- N. S. SjlM ASELL.i
Hayes & Kihkikoeb, Hayesville.
V.. FISHER &. CO., Proprietors,
57, Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio.
May 15, lst.3. ; 'y4
TaTJTiiEH.T s jjr:pfc
S. V II. IT Ii ,
PROPRIETOR of the above Machine, re
spectfully announcea that he is now
making, and will keep constantly on hand for
sale, these celebrated machines. They will
readily hull from twenty to sixty bushels of
Clover Seed per day, and have no superior
either, in construction, cheapness or effective
ness. Tbe Proprietor challenge! and invites com
petition. f armers win ao wen to cs- ana examine
these machines, before purchasing elsewhere.
Price of machines, 3uV - "
For sale at the Shop of D. Whiting, Aahland,
and at the Shop ot 1. b. Sutherland, aoout it
miles south or Ashland.
Athland, July 86th, 1854. 4w9
A LAKSON WALKER announces to the public
-is. that bets now prepared -to mane comne on
the shortest notice, at Dricea much less than they
are made at any other shoo in Ashland. He can be
found at Kriechuauni's old shop, 3d St., Ashlaud.
. May 7th, ISS-f. . 52tf.
( SUCCESSOR TO W. H. H. POTTER,) ,
Dealer in Books.. Stationery, Wall
. faner, dec, otc
CHOOL, Miscellaneous and Blank Book
Stationery and Fancy articles. Have on
hand, aad constantly receiving, the latest pub
lications. Store two doors west of the Samp-
sen Mouse. .f - ... :-.
Ashland, July 3$, 1S54. 9tf
Amos C. Potter, fi ts.
In Athland Common '
Daniel Reach, Sen., r
and ott.ers. -J
DANIEL BEACH, Sen., Daniel B. Beach,
Henry C. Washburn, William W. Wake
man, and Zalman B. Wakcman, Executors of
the Iaat will and testsment of Jessup Wake man,
deceased, and the other children and heirs at
law of aaid Jeasup Wakeman, are heruoy noti
fied, that on the 14th day ot J my, A. u., isa4,
a Petition waa filed against them in the Court of
Common Pleas of Ashland County, Ohio, and
where the same ia now pending, and that among
other things it is charged in said Petition, that
aaid Jessup WUenian in his life time, was the
owner of a large quantity of land, in the Town
ship ot Kuggies, in theCounty ol Aahland, unio;
and that he constituted, and appointed Daniel
Beach, Sen., his agent in Ruggles, to manage.
sell, and dispose of said lands tor bim. And
that as such agent he sold the South half oi lot
number tbirty-tive (w 6,) lying in the third sec
tion of Ruggles Township, then in Huron, now
in said Ashland County, to one Marvin Richard
son, in the year A. D. 1835, and that said Rich
ardson, immediately took poaaesslon of said
laud, and made full payment therefor. And
that on or about the 11th day of March, 1836,
said Richardson, sold said land to one Bradley
Potter, and that in the spring of 1840, said
Bradly Potter, sold said land for the sum of five
hundred and twenty-five dollars to Amos C.
Potter, the Plaintiff, who took immediate pos
session of the same, and haa remained in pos
session uutil the present time. - The Petition
further sets forth that neither the aaid Jessup
Wakeman in his life time, nor his Executors,
or heirs at law Since his death, nor the said
Daniel Beach, Sen., as hia agent have made a
Deed for aaid land, to said Marvin Richardson,
the original purchaser, or to any of his assigns,
although said agent was often requested, and
often promised so to ao. - : .
The Petition further charger, and sets forth
that in the month of March, A. D., 1854, and
while the said Plaintiff was in possession of the
land, the Defendants Darnel B. Beach and
Henry C. Washburn, well knowing that the
Plaintiff waa the owner of the land, made, o
Dretended to wrakea purchase of said land from
the said Execntors of anid Jessup Wakeman,
and that Plaintiff has been informed, that some
time in the month of May, 1S54, the said Ex
ecutors made out and forwarded a Deed from
the Stateof Connecticut, where they reside to
aaid Beach and Washburn, conveying to them
the title to said land, and that said Beach and
Washburn, under their pretended contract, at
tempted to take forcible possession of said
premises, by turning upon them a number of
cattle, well knowing Plaintiffs right to the same.
The object and prayer of said Petition is,
that the contract if any made between the said
Daniel B. Beach and Henry C. Washburn, sad
the said Executors of Jessup Wakemao be act
aside, and annulled, and that the Deed made
by aaid Executora to said Beach and Washburn
be set aside, cancelled, and decreed and be
null and void; and that the title to aaid land be
decreed to be in the Plaintiff, and for general
relief. And said Defendants are further noti
fied that unleas they appear, and plead, answer
or demur to said Petition, on or before the third
Saturday, after the return day of process, the
Petition will be taken as true, and a decree
asked for accordingly. ...
KELLOGG at ALLISON,
FULTON &t McCOMBS,
July 19th. 1854. 6w8
: JPssrtitioxa Notice. :
JOHN Scott, sen., and Matilda his wife, Da
vid Scott and Elisabeth hia wife, Joseph
Scott and Elizabeth his wife, Samuel Scott and
Mary Ann his wile, William Gilmore and Nan
cy hia wife, John Alexander, jr., snd Mary hia
wife, George Smith, John Smith, David Smith,
Joseph Smith, John Scott, jr., and Elizabeth
his wife, will take notice that a Petition was
filed against them on the. 8th day of July, A.
0.j 1854, in the Court or Common Pleas of Ash
land Cuoty, Ohio, by Walter Craig and Eliza
beth his wif, and is now pending, wherein the
said Walter Cra?r and Elizabeth his wile, de
mand Partition ofthd following Real Estate, to
wit: The south east quafer ot aecltoa tweaty-mr-non.
townshin twentv-one. of Range sixteen.
.itiat in tho Countv of Asbland. 2nd State of
Ohio, containing one hundred and sixty acres
more or less; and also the north East quarter
of section twenty-four, township four, north
rtnge nine east, situate in the County of Wood
and state oi Ohio, containing one hundred and
sixty acres, more or less; and that at the next
term of said Court, application will be made
by the said Walter Craig and Elizabeth hia wile
fur an order that partition may be made by a id
premises. WALTER CRAIG,
. ELIZABETH CRAIG,
By Fulton & McCombs, their Atty's
July 12, 1854. 6w7
Hugh McKibben, 1
. ve. K
Benjamin Landis, alias (
In Athland Common
n. a. I
"T.URSU ANT to the command of a alias Fi.
I Fa. issued in the above case from the Omit
ol Common Pleas, of Ashland County and State
of Ohio, to me d reeled, 1 will expose to Pub
lic Sale, at the door of the Court House io said
Monday, the Wth day of September,
A. D., 1S54, between tbe hours of ten o'lock,
A.M., and four o'clock, P: M., of said day,
the' following described Jteal bstate, situate
and being in the county ot Ashland and State
of Olio, to wit: Lot number twenty-two in
the first addition to the original surveyed Plat
in village of Rowsburg, situate in the south
west corner of the south-east quarter of sec
tion fifteen, Township twenty-two, Range fif
teen, being fifty-eight feet in front, by one hun
dred and sixty-eielit back, also sine feet ten
inches in front, by one hundred and sixty-eight
back, and ol lot number twenty three in tbe
addition aforesaid. Terms of sale Casta".' ,!
J. D. JONES, Sheriff.
August 9th, 1854. lltspf $4,121 .
Partition in Ashlaud
Common Pleas. '
R. W. Musgrave;
TJURSUANTto the command of an al ias or-
I der of sale in Partition, issued in tne
above case from the Court of Common Plena,
of Ashland County and Slate of Ohio, to me di
rected, I will expose to Public Sale at the door
of the Court House, in said County , on .
Monday, the 21st day of August;
A. D., Ib54, between the hours often o'clock,
A.M., and four o'clock, P.M., of said day,
the following described Real Estate, to wit
Lot number tbirty-six, (36) and Lot number thirty-eight,
(38) in the town of Jeromeville, in
said county, appraised at four hundred and fif
ty dollars. Terms of sale one third cash oa
the day of sale, one third in one year, aed onr
third in two years thereafter, with interest.
Deferred payments to be secured by mortgage
on the premises.
J. D. JONES, Sheriff.
July 1-2, 1854. ' n7ts-pf275
rrtHE undersicned will aell on Saturday the
M I'iln day OI August, too-, ins uuuaing ui
bridge in Kuggies townsnip,on tne cast roaa
from Savannah to New London, serosa tbe
Buck Creek River near John Gribben, and near
Mr. Punley, the plan of bridge to be made
known on day ol sale.
LUKE MkLII x , -
July 26th, 1854. 4w9
rrtHE undersigned will aell on Saturday the
1 12th day of August, 1854, the old Bridge
about one-half mile up tha same Creek.
July 26th, 1854. 4w9
VOTICK is hereby given, that the undersigned
i-V have been duly appointed Executors of tbe Ho
tate of John Hoi toe K, late of Clearcreek township,
Ashland county and State of Ohio, deceased, and are
authorised to settle tbe same. Persons having
claims agaiust said estate are requested to present
them duly authenticated for settlement, and those
who are lnaenteato ssia estate are requestea to
make immediate pa) meut.
J. N. SLONKCK.KK,
Aug. 9, 1834 -3w 11 Executors.
r my instance a writ ot Attachment was this
day issued bv Homer Peck, a Justice of tbe
Peace fur Kuggies township. Asbland county, Obio,
agaiust tbe property and effects of John A. Bonnell,
a non-resident uebtur. ua.eu tuia inn aay ouuiy
A. D., 1H54. JANE BUCKINGHAM,
Aug. 8, '34.-3W10 - JAS. GKIMNOLD.
C. A. HUMES, ;.
Manufacturer of Boolt and Shoes ;
THKbb. doors below tbe Times Print
ing Office. Asbland. O bio. Custom
'ork done to order on tbe shortest notice
ud most reasonable terms.
December 14th. 1853. - -30
Fits! Fits!! Fits!!!
I- EWIS & FLETCHERS' Vegetable Com
1 pound for the cure of Epilipsy or Fits s
recently - discovered invaluable . Medicine,
purely vegetable, for the cure of this dread
ful diseases. Just received and for saly by -:
. R. H. CHUBB & Co. .
Druggists, Ashland, Cs
July 6, lSrj tf7
BACON'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE
NORTH-WEST CORNER SIXTH AND WALNUT.
PERSONS desirous of becoming thorough
and accomplished accountants, will find it
greatly to their advantage to call oa the un
dersigned, before engaging elsewhere.aa he ia
prepared to demonstrate, fully, that hia accom
modatioaa for students, tbe comprebeasivenese
ol the course of instruction, and facilities, for
procuring situations for those desirous of ob
taining them, are unsurpassed, (as it ia be
lieved, nnequaled,! by any similar institu
tion in tbe United States.
Ia additioa to the regular course of instruc
tion, there will be a -
SERIES OF LECTURES
on topics of great importance in a commer
cial point of view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy
Stnrer, E. D. Mansfield, Esq., Rev. Samuel
W. Fisher, Henry C. Lord, Esq., Prof., Chaa.
W. Wright, aad other eminent Lecturers and
Business men. These lectures Leir.g a new and
important feature not introduced in any of tha
other Mercantile Colleges. :
Notwithstanding, the great expense atten
dant upon securing the services of sble Lee
turers and Assistants, the Terms for Tuition
will remain aa heretofore, vii I :
For a full course of instruction ia D E ... .
Book-Keeping, Writing, Commercial
Calculation, Lectures, be' 940 00
Writing(only) per month.......'....- -' 6 00
At a meeting of the Graduating Class of Bacon's
the Mercantile College, held in the Leeture Koom
of College edifice, Friday. Ulh March, 11833, J. S.
Baker was appointed chairman, and Weston Ar
nold, Secret at y. - On motion; a committee of five,
composed of H.J. Bowman, J. S. Baker, K. J.
Forsyth, T. O. Sawyer aud Geo. Kichol, was ap
pointed to report resolutions expressive of the
high opinion entertained by the class, of the mer
its of this Institution, and of the character and
qualifications of tbe Principal aud his Assistsnts,
Whereupon, tbe committee reported the follow,
ing preamble and resolutions, which were unsnl
ojously adopted: 1 '
Whkkxas. We, the members of the Graduat
ing Class of R. S. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
about to separate, desire to give expression -to our
feelings of respect for ouresteemed instructor, aud
his corps of able assistants. . Therefore. -
Retolved. That the thanks of ths class are due
to our said instructors for the unitorsn kindness of I
their deportment toward ua while ia this Institu
tion at the same time tbe thoroughness of tbeir
instructions has entitled them to our highest re
spect, and confidence. .
Resolved, J nat we recommena to mis imuuui
lion to all who may desire to acquire a commer
cial education, as affording the greatest facilities
for such acquisition.-
Aeeoloed, That we as a class, affix ear sanies
to these proceedings, and that a t-opy of them be
delivered to R.S. Bacon, and that they be published
in the city papers. . . , . . ,.
H.A.Bowman, S. Black. Wm. "W. Snyder,
Isaac Baughman, J. S. Baker, . Franklin Elliott,
P. W. Carroll, E. J. Foisyth,. A. Paddock,
George Nichol, G. H. Hughes, "Weston Arnold,
James Thompsou,H,D. K.yger, Daniei Bowes,
W. T. Robiuson, George Harvie, S. Field.
Bacon's Mircaktils Coli.ios. "The examina
tion or tbe student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a
degree of proficiency on their part highly credit
able to themselves and Mr. Bacon, their Instruc
tor. Tbe most difficult problems in Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as tbe most simple, giving
ample proof to the audience that the information
lmparteddurtng tne session wouia ds oi practical
benefit." Cisciasati Enquirer of March 12th, 18.13.
The various complex questions proposed by tbe
Princinal aud other eenlleraen present, were an
swered with great promptitude snd conciseness.
which renectsgrear creeu upon me course oi aiuuy
pursued at this Institution." Ci. Daily Oatetto.
. "Mr. Kaon is unrivalled as a teacher. A di
ploma from this College in Cincinnati, is required
as a Sine vsSisain obtaining situations iathe best
Mercantile Houses in large cities." Chillicothe
jl.ni.i -Mtttrowolio Man 8tA. IR53.
' Mr Bacon bas constructed the tpper portion of
his building expressly for the purpoaesof nis col
lege, and without any doubt, it is tbe most com
plete arrangement of the Kind in the V. States.'
Cincinnati (iaictte. Jfov. 8". 1853.
"This whole Institution is undoubtedly the most
elegent and finished establishment, for the pur
poses in the world." jirr. .
Feb. 92. 1854. n-10. tf.
..- CLEVELAND, OfiO.
incobpobated mat oy 1854.'
E. G. FOLROM, A B., Principal, Teacher or Practl
cal aud Ornamental Penmanship. ,.
E. P. GOODNUGH Superintendent. Prof. of the
Theory and Practice of Book-Keepine. and Leo
turer on Mercantile Customs, General Laws of
Tt'sde, Accounts, aj-c.
W. H. HOL1STKR, Assistant in Book Keeping De
GEO. WILEY. THOS. H. HAY and D. B. PREMLA
of the Cleveland Bar, Lecturers oa Meicantile
Ksv.E. H. KEVIN and J. C. VAUGHJt,1 Est)
i.M.-.tiir.r. nn Political Economy.
R. F. HUMISTON, Lecturer on tbe History of Com
merce and the Art or uomputattou.
A. C. Brownwell. Andrew Freese, -;
John B Waring, . -.; John hermau,
T. C. Severance, ' D. P. Eels,
Harmon L.Cnapin, - ..T. P. Hay,
Truman P. Handy, John L. Severance,
S. id Mather, - - G. W. Safrod.
For the Mercantile Course, Tisie unlimited. ttO 00
The same Course for Ladies ......... ...S500
Twenty Lessons in Practical Penmanship
simply '..i...- 5 00
For full Course in Flourishing, dec S 00
Tbe Principal or tbe Institution, guided hy tbe
wants and experiences of tbs Mercantile communi
ty bas brecently secureaaome ol me ablest man m
the ritate aa instructors anu lecturers in mo va
rlnua ileoartments or the College.
The Prof, of tbe Science of Accounts, has had
all experience of eight or nine years n commer
cial. Affairs, alternating bis time, partly as Teach
er, in the Mercautile Colleges of Cincinati, Pitts
burgh and Cleveland, and partly as an actual Book
keeper in the best Business House In tbs Country.
These rare qualifications, yet so desirable and so
seldom found iu our Mercantile Schools, will en
able -this College to impart more thorough
knowledge of the real minulia ot Practical and
Theoretical Book-Keeping than can be had proba
bly in any similar institution In the U. States. -
The subject of Commercial Calculations will
bave more prominence in tbrs than In most Institu
tions of the kind, sines a ae par ate chair tsto be dej
voted to it besides tbe usual instruction given by
the tbe Prof, of Accounts. The modus operandi
of Teaching is entirely new and original pursued
by iio Mercantile School found ia no text book,
snd may be justly and properly styled telegraphic '
in its nature, since it will abridge tbe labors of
the Accountant, more than one half. : .. ..
Penmanship in addition to tbe usual methods
pursued, will be taught new and unrivalled Sys
tem of Chirythmograpby, developed, by the Princi
pal in bis extensive experience as Instructor in tbe
Public Schools of this city and elsewhere. This
system will produce the popular Commercial Hand
of tbe day, in about half the time usually devoted
to that purpose. - - .. - -
. for lurtuer particulars see circulars juas ia
sued and the regular catalogues. Send for them by
Cle'veland, Aug. S. 1854. 45tf
School Notice. '
mHK School Examiners of Ashland County. O.
J. will hold their next PobUc,. Examinations, as
la Ashland, on the third Saturday of May. At
Savannah, on the second Saturday of July. At
Haveaville. on the second Saturday of September,
At Aahland. on the first Saturday of October. Al
so, at tbe same place, oa the third Saturday of
- - Each applicant for a Certificate will be required
to rurntsb eviuence Ol a goou moral cnaractcr. -ExaminatiODS
to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M
By order of the Board,
G. W. HILL, See'y.
Ashland, May 10th, 1884. ' S"t
New Cabinet Wareroom
xoxr oxcViu-CrX. s
mHE subscribsr respectfully snnounces
I that be has oermanentlr located himself
in the town of Orange, Ashland county, Ohio,
where he is prepared to manufacture all kind
ot Cabinet Ware, such ss
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS,
Dining Tables. Centre Tables.
to order, on the shortest notice and most rea
sonable terms. Particular attention givea to
Country Produce taken in exchange for work,
and Cash always acceptable.
. .. JOHN WILL.
Orange, April 6, 1854. ... 46t
CLOV-ER BULLLNG AND f LEANING MACHINE
ITT AS awarded the First Premium at the
YY World'a Fair, in New York, in 1853
Also at the Ohio State Fairs, 'or three success
ive years: snd at all other nl.-ces, whenever
exhibited. Warranted to hull and clean from 20
to 40 bushels per day, or from 2 to 6 bushels per
hour; and with a new improvement, (now be
ing Patented) to oe attacnea to trie macninea
made in 1864, they will hull and clean one fourth
more in the same time.
For sale by - M. H. MANSFIELD,
Sole Manufacturer, Asbland, Obio,
June 14, 1854. 3lf.
N. B. Proaecutions will be promptly com
menced for any infringement ol tbe rights of
he Partemee- -v - M. u. ba.
Save your Ashes !
t SHES wanted by the subscriber, at h
J Ashery ia Ashland, for which the highe
mark et price will be paid in gooda. '.
A. u. BUiUnCLL.
October-26,1 853. .2ttf -
AUV IS . V AIM
T7ROM three to five dollars per day, war-
' ranted to any young maa of eneigy-,-Ad
dress, fust-paid, A- V. Uobbt, New Lonapa
' Heron County, -Ohio;"
Hayesville IlaxWe Shop,
McKNIGH T & KINO
ManufaeturerM of Monument , Tomh
Storiet; ; Tables, tye:, of Italian and
. American Rlarble. ,
'FTIANKFUL for past faor, would
J respectfully inform tbe citiiana ofAsh
land and the' adjoining coaaties, thai they eon.
tinue theabove business- ia all its varioas
branches; ar.d having bo Agents, they esa aad
will sell Grave Stones fraaa 10 to 16 par cast,
chesper than Sliopscan that employ Agaata.
It ia evident that per-sons baying of Ageate
must pay the expenses of that Agency. Shop
on Main street, one door east of the Peaa.
ylvinia House. J3tl -
MEDICATED INHALATION 1 .
A New iHrtliod.
A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERT aa
.recently bees made by Dr. 4'uans, for
the cure of Asthma, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, and all Lung Complaints, by
Medicated Inhalation. Dr. Cartis' Hygmm, ar
Jnhalina Bvrenian Veraar swasT Cksrr Btrmm,
has aceomDlisbed the- stoat wostdarful caraa af
Asthma aad Coaeaartea ia tha. City.ef New
York and vicinity for a few moatas pass, srver
known to man. . H ta prod ac-iog aa tsrpresaiea
oa Disease of tbe 1 sags sever balora witness
ed by tha Medical Frofeaasoav.- IS-ee aertit
catea ia hands of Ageats. .
The Inhaler ia worn oa tha breast, under tbe
liaen, without tha least inroaveaience, the
heat ortba body being aumeieat to evaporate
tbe fluid, -r-supplying tha lungs constantly with
a healing and agreeable vapor, passing iata
all the air-cells aad passages ot tha laags that
caanet possibly ba rescued oy ouer eoiue.
Here is a esse : : -: ..
. i a - Aathma Cured.
Bbooklih, ir.Y., Dec. 10th, 1153.
For about eight yeara I have been severely
afflicted with tha Asthma t for tha Iaat two
yeara I have suffered beyond mil power of do.
ecriptioa; moatns at a time i nsve not oeea
able to sleep in bed, getting what rest I ceald
sitting ia any chair. - My difficulty of breathing.
aad aay suOermgs were eo great at tisaee, that
for hours together my friends expected each
hoar would ba my last. During tho past sis
yeara I have had tha aid and atteadance of
some of tha most celebrated phyeiciaas, bat
have received bo permanent bsnent, ana a-ss
little relief. I at length had tha good forteae
to procure Dr.' Cartis' Hygseaa Vapor and
Cherry Syrup. At tbe time 1 first obtained it,
I was suffering under one of my most violent
attacks, and was ia great distress, almost sat
rocating for want or breatn. la less thee tea
minutes frosa tha time I applied tha Inhaler
to my stmomach, aad took ateaspooafuiofrhe
Cherry Sjrup, I was relieved in a great meas
ure from the difficulty ot breathing, aad hui
a comfortable night. I have siace centiaaed
it with tba greatest possible Benefit, sad
bow comparatively well. God oaly knows tbe
amount of suffering this medicine has relieved
ma from. My advice to tha suffering is, fry if,
,, .-- - . MARGARET EASTON.;
Nrw Yont, Dee. I7lh, 1853.
I came to New York in the ship Telegraph j
my native place ia St. Joba'a, New Branswick;
when 1 reached this city, toy health waa vory
poor : hsd a very bad cough, raised a good deal
of matter, which waa frequently mixed with
blood; bad pain ia my left aide, aad was vary
thia and emaciated. My frienda aad phyaiciaa
pronounced my case Consumption, and beyoad
the reach of medicine. I accidentally beard
ol Dr. Curtis' Hygenia, or iabaliaf Hygeoa Va
por aad Cherry Syrap, and obtained a passage,
which I verily believe waa tba means of aavttf
my life. Soon after wearing the lakelet, t
took tha Cherry Syrup aa directed, aad sob.
tianed to do ao.'my . cough gradually growing
better, until it entirely left me, and I bow con
sider rnyfelfcured- I still wear the Inhaler,
as the use of it is rather pleasant, and believias
itstrengtheaingaad purifying to tho laags, I
feel unwilling at present to dispense with it.
r '' . - - JOHN WOOD.
' ' Sold by Boyd at Paul, No. H9 Chambers t-j
C: H. Ring, corner of Joha street aad Broad,
way, N. Y.Price $3 a package. .
N. B Any person inoloeing f 3 to Boya k
Paul, or Curtis St Perkins, New' York, wil re
ceive a package containing a bottle of Hygesa
Vapor, one of Cherry Syrap, aad aa 4ahalor
ia a neat box, 'by express, free to aay part of
tbe United Siates; or fonr packages for 910
June 1. 1854 ' : - ly.
MICHAEL MILLER presents aia regaree
to his friends and the public geaaxally,
and respectfully announces that he baa opened
a Public House for the accommodative of tho
traveling public, directly opposite, tha Samp
sell House, Main Street, Ashland, where ho
will be glad to accommodate all who assy favor
him with a call. Hia tabls will alsrsya be sup
plied with the luxuries or tba Season ,. Mis
parlors and sleeping apartments are large ssd
commodious. Good stabling for horses will also
be provided, aod afkithful Hostler always ia
attendance. .-.,. r? i-.-
. Boarding for private families or single per.
sons can ba had at reasonable rates.
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT.
In i-n.amtias with- tho -Hotel, ho will also
continue to keep opea his BAKERY AND RES
TAR ANT, where he will at all times ksep oa
hand - ".' 1 ' '
Confeclionaries, Pies, Bread. Cakes,
all kinda or Temperaace annas, ana, ra anon
every luxury to bo found oa tho Ublosof first
class eating nouses.- .
Ity--He vnthet it distinctly mierttood, that BO
- INXOXICAXINti MtJlsS
will bs kept, either ia tha Hotel or Saleea.
Ashlsad, March 8th, 1S64. B43 If.
DHS. CLARK dk CKABia wool a re
soectfully iaform the citixsns of Aahlaad,
aad vicinity, that they have aaaoeiated thess,-
selves together tor tue practice oi meaicut
and Surgery in all their various braacbes.aad
by diligence aad elosa atteatioa to their omee,
aod prompt attendance opoaj all calls at mil
hour i, they bops to merit a liberal share of
public patronage. Da. Class: offers hia thanks
to all those who bave heretofore favored hint
with their business, and will do nauor "
-.iin.,ina for a continuance of tho same.
Da. CaAirc, will devote special atteatioa to too
study and practice, ot 6urgery in all its vari
eties, and more especially -ia all diseases el
the Eye, either acate or ehroaic. ;
ty- Orrics, adjoining Millingtoa's Drag
Store, opposite P. at J. Riesea store. '
fj-Di. Claak resiosnee soar in sisisw
diet Church. ; ; :.'
Da. CaABS's oa third sueet opposite t .
Wasson's. ; F. U-tutna, m. u.
I. L. I. It Art s., n. tf.
April 19th, 1854 a48tt -:- -
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES U
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFER8 aro uafail.
ing in the care of Cougha, Col da, Aatk
ma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Hoarseness,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Coaaampttaa, aaa
Diseases of the Langs. They aave ao taste ol
medicine, andany child wiUtAks theaa. Thee,
sands have bean restored ta health, that haa
before dispsired. Testimony givea ia haodrwdej
of eases. A single dose teles ves iatea aua.
Ask for Brysa's Poltaoaio Warers tbe ortg
inal aad oaly genuine is stamped.. " Bryan-'-Spurtue
kinds are offered for sale. Twenty
five eentofaozf Sold bv deaeo CoaacallT
J J1RYAN at Co., Rochester, New YorX, Pro,
prietors. Wholesale oy i.u, x-mra., viaeiow
atu,uni(il w.ritus vnmss,vsw, -
Febraarv S. T8S4 B3tl. .-?-. ' - -- -
BARBER'S. LINE, OF HACKS.
las at for Nser
aection wivh the carsoa the Clevelaad Co Iaat-.
bus and Cincinnati Rail Road.
Returning, leave New Loadoa after hear
rival of the traiss.' -- - ' .'. t. ,--
Leave Asbland ' for Mansfield oa Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, at ?t o'clock, P M-
" Leave Asbland for Wooeter oa Taoadaya
Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 o'clock P MV
- September, 1858. -- ". 18tf -
Old. Iran -T"antcd.
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