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la ituon irbei our-funds are low,
' Subscribers er-e provoking alow,
ad aaw supplies keep ap tho flow
Of dim, departing rapidly.
Bat wo shall aao' a sadder tight.
Whan itui poor ia from mora till Bight,
Commanding every aixpaac bright
To bo forked otot poodiljr.
Our bond and dee-bills aro arrayed
Each aoal aad signature's displayed
The holders tow tbey aaost bo paid
With threats ef Law aad Cbaacary ."
r. .f hen .to dsapair we're alnjnst driven
J ''there' prooioaa little aao ia livie',
4m -Jyhsa oar last copper's rod el m
,'Frsm hands that held it lovingly. . .
. , Bsl largsr those daes shall grow
.'J,?Wh'en interest's added ob below,
Bl, 'leugtS'ning oar chia a foot or so, '
j r While gaming at tbena hopelessly.
.ta f xis so, thai sesree have wo begoa
utm9 plead Tor time apoa a daa ;
Before, there comes some other oae
-..wiDemanding pay ferociously.
. "The prospect darkens. Oa, ye brave,
'-Whor-wevJId oeir very bacon save 1
Waiye, Pstroaa t all yoar pretexts waive I
Aad pay tho Printer cheerfully.
'Ah f it woeld yield as pleaaare sweet,'
r Ta r. .i.i:,,...,. i.
v,i ,. 1 ' .
ia .breaking of as a clear receipt :
S-'-. For papers takea rog'larly. ..
r-HISTd 02T KEEPHT3 MILK YROJS
s ..-.; . . SOXTEINO.
Mine is av oompouna guDstance, maae
,P- mixture of oil, (butter! sugar,
.easejine tcuraj ana water, xi auiowea to
tand still, the oily mater will rise to the
"tffb in the form of cream. 'There is a
-..!.. ii -.j. i ii
r mue iree aixau i.soa; m too water oi
lkwtiiulk, andwithout thw soda
ids water wm uui uar wv jnmw
keep the chseinef or curd dissolved.
.Thigar of aulk; u also dissolved m the
water. ?if this ean ret access to air it is
constanuy incimea xo cnangeioan acia,
tiawvi ,wu,j . juao . BwrareiiTO wbwi
pDMMw Tinigar wnen expoeea bit,
nd we can see just why milk curdles,
, ana now it may De xepi sweet. .
i M all know that acids destroy or
.P"118 tno. enecia oi aixaiies, isucn as
.sOda, potash, . lime, ccc.,; jlB Detore
a 1 1 1 iiA .wlutn . Ino milk ib haw fTiAm i
' -- " ,
tome free soda m it, but when some acid
In- r t 1 r .1 ni ,1 - - 1
--1.8. lormeu iroiu. mo uuul ougar, toia aciu
.neutralizes tne sou a, ana tne water with-
iwm aoaavcanno aisoive me caserne,
putu seperates into a mass ot curd. the same per capita under any enumera
Olore sugar turns to more acid, and in tion required by this act, would fall to
Uuna, the whole becomes quite sour. the share of the nlr.rd rillflrAn f .M
e2? 97" - - . - y.8 or PreTent"g
u ; Keep the air away from the milk as
much s possible, i We cannot very well
juw mo wua. v" ur 'g"', .ue
W w viiu auiui im w uio HIU wiliu
very good Cover if it is kept unbroken.
;,ih men, it rs aesirea to Keep the milk
stHuua. fcugm vm. 1.1111c, grca.li BB.ro Niouiu
vbe taken to keep it still, and prCSCrYC
1?e,?r nndisturbed. Those who get
jspLflkbut.bncc a day should divide it into
wnrai pwiiiuuB, nuu purkiuo w ue jtept
"undisturbed till it is wanted for use.
Tb6 second method is.
-a , iPut into new milk a little extra soda
i to centralis- the acid .as fast as it is form
eJ.T A bit of soda.' the bulk of a mar-
'rowfat pea to a quart of milk, will not
i injure lis taste or quality, -. wnue it will
often "keep it sweet for a day or more
. longer than without it. We have often
- .taken milk already beginning to sour and
cardie, and by stirring in well a little
y)uu, uu uuiuug ik, iiavve re-uissoiyeu
tbe. curdj and rendered the milk as sweet
' and good as when first drawn from the
cow.' , we enow tnat sweetened' water
w3l turn more rapidly to vinegar, (acetic
eidry if it is-keps-warm. Just so the
9gar2X rnuterns to. acid (latic) soon-
er if kept warm, and on this account the
cooler, nuur. is kept, the longer it will re
i, jniua sweet.
4i tlt is well known that a heavy thun
storm will often render milk speedi
, JLy squr. 'j This may be effected in two
-'-ways 'the agitation-of a thunder clap
may introduce more air into the milk,
r.Apa the great amount of electricity pass-
oig -tnreugU'.the milk may hasten the
change of tbe sugar, acid. We have
'lrcard it suffffested. with how much tmth
m ii - . a
"we cannot . say, though there is some I
-w rmnfc tl,nnI, thoM ; limn
plaOsiWirty in the statement,' that milk
..ia ss likely to be affected by thunder if
....rs -v V j J : i
. J?? W m i earthenware instead
ofmetaryesseIs like tin pans; and also
aairt wilL t atime; keep better if
ft. 1 1- l -1 . M . 1 1 1
" BnelT" urllrv . n '
enthan ft . upon the bottom of the cellar
j .J jt " , . . . I
Bnn-ikn1riktYva anil ttvairanr Alaiiiwiiatir I
"TT -rr.-- i - "
.ageixoja.jtjie ciouas to the earth.. , .
ha -Tke moet-important thing in the? care
- tfi miife, however, is to leave it nndisturb-
. ied hot even moving the vessel, or agi
.stating tha surface from the time it is
-mtraiBed, till it is all required for use.
. The shallower milk vessels are made.
rathe greater .will be tho yield of cream,
f it will the more readily rise to the top.
.Depaktcke of ' Missionaries. Dr.
:j"Vaa Dyck and Mra YanDyck embarked
at Jsoston," on Monday, for Smyrna, in
' the Sultana, Capt Watson, on their re
- turn to the Syria Mission Rev. Messrs.
J. A. Bee be and A. G. Perkins, with
their wives, go in the same vessel, with
tho expeotationof joining the Armenian
mission. -j a--
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."... A. press and types have been sentup-
-.tiie .Mianeaota to start a paper at bt.
SPeterYCity, Goa, Gorman's new town.
t 'The funeral of the widow of Marshal
"N?y took place tt Pars, on the 5th, in
Jfy phureh, of ot. X.ouia d 'An tin.
''"J aines 'G.Tercival, the poet, has been
. appointed State Geologist of Wiscon-
" em, Vice Jfrof. XL JJanieig, removed.
I4- i . r
'' Soathrea exchanges report the cane
'" quite thin. and small. ' J udging from ap
pearances the sugar crop will fall short
about one-third during the present year.
, A German, named Antanio Bush, was
xli ail T" J. l. : 1
irrested in Albtuny. on Tuetday, while
v.'attwnptiag.'to-eell cxnnterfeit United
'States coin-lialrea and quarter.
5SC1 A "bearded ' woman taa made her ap
.,4earane at Goadalejara, Mexico. She
is said to hare a rery pretty face covered
j "Entirely wiU short fine hair.
cs,Tria" amoflnt of defalcation of Mr.
Richardson, the collector of Oswego nn-1
-tier the Ftalmore administration, is un-1 this State, lying within any county, be time since without loosing one, simply Y"d.' and ataatly receiving, the latest pub
knowiilctit year'i account U withheld, drained and re claimed ai herein provi- by cooping them away from the ground jJEtS.. ,W
afos af &hb.
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.
AN .CT to amend the act to provide for the
- aaaiatenaaco aad better regulation of Com-
moa Schools, ia tho city of Cincinnati ,"
passed Jsaoary 27. 1864.
Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the General
Assembly of the State of Ohio, That the
seventeenth section of the act entitled,
"an act to provide for the maintenance
and better regulation of Common Schools
in the city of Cincinnati ," passed Jaw
nary 27, 1853. be so amended as to read
as follows : Sec. 17. The nronertv
all colored peisons hi said city shall be
listed Jnd taxed for school purposes in
the same manner as the property of oth
er persons, and separate schools shall be
established for the education of the col
ored children of said city, in such dis
tricts as the board of trustees and visi-
tors of common schools shall, from time
to time establish for that purpose: and
the district schools so established, Bhall
be conducted under the control ai d man
agement of three directors in each -of
said districts, who shall be elected an
nually in the month of J une, by the said
board of trustees and -visitors of 'com
mon schools, at a regular meeting, from
among the - colored people resident in
such districts respectively, and who shall
take an oath of office. Said directors
shall hold their office one year, or until
their successors shall be elected and
qualified, and vacancies in their number
shall be filled by said trustees and visi
tors, and said directors shall have the
care and management of the schools and
school property of their -respective dis
tricts, appoint teachers and regulate
II 1 l I -- . u.uil.
their salaries rriiiat. tli
weir salaries, regulate the
8tudies and text books, ' fix and deter-
m-me tne times and duration of such
schools, and the vacations thereof, pro-
v-,Aa Bn;taril aiynmrnnifmt.. Anun
rl - . . nm.
&c) for their due m;ntenanee,
mnd perform all the duties necessary for
Keeping up such schools, and for the gov-
amnion r nrl matmni;, nf -i,j
children of their respective districts in
lonch nnhnnla r.ii1 rlirootnmoTi.n .noo
a reCord of their proceedings to be fair-
i jy jept 1Q ooics which they -shall nro-
T1da for that nnmosA. enrl trn.n.;t tn
their successors: andflaid directors shall
renilcr amwnnia mm.ii,i, ;n t
au their expenditures or liabilities' to
tne said board of trustees and viaitorn
of common schools, and if approved by
I i v., .... . . J
i ooara, tne same shall be paid, upon
the nrrlor f 5rl K t t
for coiored schools provided by this act:
.n(t n mnc.u nt ,h .fiflllAAl 'Timla nf aoirt
city, as upon an equal distribution of
city, as ascertained by any such euumera
tion, ahalL be appropriated as n fund,
subject tohe order of said board of
trustees and visitors, for the support of
said schools for colored children : Pro-
jMiy; that nn norsnn Uhll ha imn nnrf
nr naid direct.lv nr indirpctlir aa taaori-
er or instructor, in any of said schools,
nntu he or she shall hrst have obtained
from i.TiA IsAiirH nF PTAminfra ir&jA v
this act, a certificate of qualification, as
to his or lier competency and moral
Sec. 2. That the original section
seventeen of the act of which this act
is amendatory, be and the same is hereby
F. U. LEBLOim
Speaker of the House of Reps.
President of the Senate.
April 18, 1854.
AN ACT to anthorixe the Secretary of State to
contract for copies or a new revised edition
ot Swan's Statutes of Ohio.
Sec. 1. Beit enacted by the General
Asiemblu of the State of Ohio. That the
Secretary of State is hereby authorized
and directed to contract, on behalf of
the Stale, with H. W. Derby, of Cin
cinnati, for five thousand copies of his
new revised edition of Swan's Statutes
of Ohio, at a price not exceeding two
dollars and a half per copy ; Provided,
nevertheless, that the contract aforesaid,
shall be made upon the terms and con
ditions following, to wit :
isi. J.ne wort snau ie execuiea irom
. mi 1 t , m
stereotype plates m the style of the
ewABstr vnVinf 1 a wa Ad rtw aoil a-l 1.1 M LnmKn I
"..V'..""""""- " ,
" j .
contain, in alphabetical arrangement,
under proper heads, all the laws of a
u . ' - , T T
eeneral nature now included in
Qrk and wbich t ,
... ' nt aamSMf we J .
? ,D' we,-T 7 ?' I
1 . a 11 1 .
.. .1,.vu.Bv.yuu, ,cucu.
eral Assembly. ' The work shall contain
the CoD8titufion of the United State
of the btate of Ohio, and tbe naturalt-
ration laws of the United States.
2d. The said Derby shall stipulate,
with good and sufficient security, to fur
nish the State with any additional cop
ies of the work, that the State may from
time to time require, at a price not ex-
j? . j.f ' j -5.
ceeumg two aouars ana nity cenw per
copy, ana m au respects ne ine lorego-
Inrr ' I
-. :. ' ... - - -
lhat said Uerby shaU execute to
it - C A A - . 1 .
me oiate couveyance oi tne stereotype
plates, from which the present edition of
saia worn snaii do printea, ior tne pur- l
cation of such copies thereof, as may
hereafter be needed, in like form with
those hereby purchased.
4th. That before the Secretary of State
shall pay for said work, it shall be sub
mitted to the examination of the Attor
ney General ; and upon his decision that
it is edited, printed and bound, in all re
spects in accordance with the contract.
shall be paid for by the Secretary. .
5th.. lhat said Derby shall deliver the
number of copies of said work, for which
the Secretary of State is hereby directed
to contract, within four months after the
passage of this act, to the Secretary of
State for distribution.
Sec. 2. This act to take effect from
and after the passage thereof.
If. U. LiKlSL.U!i D,
Speaker of the House of Reps.
President of the Senate.
April 18, 1854.
I Alt ACT to amend tbe act entitled, "an act to pro
vide ior araioiug said reclaiming the swamp and
overflowed lands graned to the btate of Ohio,
nyacioi Lroagre, a- proved (September xtst iBdO.
JtSe tt enacted by Vie Uenerat
Assembly of tlte State of Ohio, That
the ninth section of the act to which this
is amendatory, be so amended aa to read I
aa follows : Section nine. That it, after
the aaid swamp or overflowed lands of
ded there ahall remain any -of .the .said I
lands undisposed of, it eh all be the duty
of the county commissioners of such
county to appraise the same and make
return of such appraisal as aforesaid ; up
on the filing of such return in his office,
the said county auditor is hereby author
ized to Bell the said lands at the apprais
ed value thereof, to any applicant there
for, who will make an oath or affirma
tion that it is his intention to improve
and make the same a permanent rest-
dence, or that the same adjoin to and
are necessary to the proper improvement
of lands then owned and improved by
such applicant, which said oath or afhr
I illation, the said county auditor is here
- by authorized to administer ; and in all
cases of sales as prescribed in tms see-
of tion. the said county auditor snail re-
I ceipt to the purchaser for the amount of
money received, and describe therein the
lands sold, wnicn said receipt, upon pre
sentation and delivery to the Governor,
hall entitle the purchaser to a patent
for such lauds, to be executed and re
corded as prescribed by sections seven
and eight, of the act'towhieh this is an
amendment; -Provided, that such- of said
swamp or overflowed lands, as are mcapa-
ble of being drained and re-claimed, may
be sold without tne oatn or amrmauon
herein1 efore required.
Sec. 2. That the niuth section of the
aforesaid act be, and the same is hereby
F. C. LEBLOND,
Speaker of the House of -Reps.
President of the Senate.
April 25, 1854.
AN ACT supplementary to the 'act, entitled "an
set to provide for compensation to owneia of pri
vate property, appropriated Tor tne use or corpor
ations ," passed April 30, 1653.
-ec. 1 . Be it enacted bv the General
I ' s
f Assembly of the State of Ohio. That in
all cases arising under the provisions of
tne ct to which this is supplementary,
the Party whose property is sought to
be appropriated for the use of any cor-
i . .... .,
poration, py jproceedmgs Deiore tne pro-
I bate court, provided for in said act, shall
I considered to noia tne amrmamve ;
and if any argument shall be offered to
court nI jury, before whom such
proceedicer is had : after the closini? of
tne testimony on both sides, the Baid
UP1 suaii De euiniea to nave ine open-
nz areument. and it the corporation
seeking to appropriate the property of
such Dartv. oner an argument in reply
thereto, the Baid party shall be entitled
to have -the closing argument.
F. C. LEBLOND,
Speaker of the House of Heps.
April 25, 1854.
AN ACT to require the preservstion of News
papers, Periodicals and Pamphlets, in tne
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Gen
eral Assembly of the State of Ohio, That
lit shall be the duty of the State Libra-
rian. annually, to cause to be bound in
a substantial manner, all newspapers,
periodicals and pamphlets, that may be
nsiiriu iw rionnaitort ill t in NIstA 1.1.
I Virnrir Sn fir na nrnrtipnril( tlin fnn
secutive numbers of each newspaper or
periodical received at, or furnished to
the Library, shall be bound together
but two or more newspapers or .period
icals, may be bound in the same volume,
and the volumes shall be bound up in
such .convenient size, as the Librarian
shall prescribe. All pamphlets received
at, or furnished to the Library, shall
be classified and bound in such order as
the Librarian shall prescribe. The
expenses arising under this act, shall be
audited. and Daid Out of any money ap-
:-.'j r-..... o.-.. i:1 3 .i
propriated for the State Library. All
newspapers, periodicals and hauvphlets,
received at, or furnished to the State
Library, ar.d all volumes bound as herein
required, shall be carefully kept in the
F. C. LeBLOND,
Speaker of the House of Reps.
President of the Senate.
April 25, 1854.
A Well Feathered Minister. The
clergy are getting a good deal like other
people some of tnem a good deal more
so. Such items as the following, given
by the St. Louis Union of the 16th are
The following is related of a man who I
,-a T ,K,;n Tli:.,;. r
milea ffom tb&J cit , to
be, or to have been a preacher of the
Method st Church.
Methodist Church. The scoundrel has
been given his walking papers ere now
He tampered with his own step-daugh
ter, seduced her, and had issue by her.
Before the neighborhood were apprised
the matter, the child, from some
other, died, and was necretlv
buried in some out of the way place by
him. Last week the whole matter came
to light. The citizens gathered, held- a
J J J
hasty consultation, and proceeding to his
house, siezed, pinioned and tarred and
feathered him, advised him then to de
camp. A serious proposition was enter
tained at first to kill him outright, and
it was only at the earnest pleadings of
me more st
the more sober members of the party
that h;8 life wa8 8pared. Being releas-
ed the miserable scamp determined on
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retaliation, and caused the nrincinal in
the uachlM to be arrested, but he soon
i j ,i .1, A ,.l t
hi8 own worthles8 carcaut 0f the
Fashionable Tippling A New Idea,.
A lady friend of ours, in making some
calls upon the tashionable millinery es
tablishments in Broadway, after making
her purchases, at one of them, was po
litely invited into a back room, where
she was asked to take a glass of wine.
Wo did not ask her whether she refused
or not, but she informed us that the de
partment seemed devoted exclusively
for the purpose of treating their custom
Thiai.av.AtW aten in t.fcA mnv-M,
... r . I
of civilization. We poor male bipeds
will have to keep a sharp look out for
our wives and daughters, lest they be
i.iduced, while in a state of semi-intoxi-
catioa, to 8; eLd more money in finery
than the law allows. Tippliog is getting I
to be a fashionable vice ainone the la-
dies, and there are already several splen
did saloons in Broadway, which they
visit exclusively for the purpose unat
tended by their lords. Jy. i. Atlas.
To Preserve Younq Chickens.-
Keep them in coops, raised some inches
from the ground until they are six or
eight weeks old if they droop after
this, the next hour of warm sunshine
will briuff them np again. A corres-
pendent says the last time he tried to
raise them on the ground, he lost 59 out
of 60: he has often raised 60 or 70 at a
until six weeka old.
TO BE HAD VERY CHEAP!!
TNVITE the attention of the People in thi
I Cooirreasional District, to their immenee
Stock of Hardware just received, conaiating of
every article m the Trade used By tne most ex
travagant aa well as the moat economical parch
aaer. whether Building; Hardware. Mechanic
piimeats. In any of the above goods, we have
Tools, House-keepers artistes, or rarming lm
a larger Stock than any one Store in Mansfield
or Wooeter, and aa it haa Ions since been ac
knowledged by every' body, that we aell better
goods for the sosis money, than either Manafield
or Wooater can dot; all we aak ia, that Buyera
will consult their own interest, by making an
examination of w Stock, before purchasing
elsewhere. All good sold by ua, if not found
aa represent ed can be returned.
Arljoining the Bank.
May 3, 1S64. noOtf
BY JOHNS & ALLEN.
20 doz. Sheep Shears, tho only good ones ia
50 " 5ilveV!teel and Caat Steel Scythes
60 dos. Assorted kinds, Scythe Snathe.
40 do Hay and atraw Forka, beat cast ateel
60 do Tuttle's Caat Steel Hoes.
6 do Socket's GestSteekHoes, the best ever
20 dox. No. I. H-y Rakes.
20 do No. 1. Scythe Rifles.
20 do No.'l.Scyth Stones,' to 9 inches long.
190'Ubx. Door Locks from 25 eta. to $1, each
I tO do Door Latchea from 10 eta. to 25 cts.
100-do Loose Joint, narrow, wrot St cast Butts.
1000 Gre. Gimlet Point Screws. .
300' Gals. -Linseed Oil.
100 Kega'Pure White Lead.
100 Boxes assorted sizes Glaas.
600 Lbs. Putty in Bladders.
6000 Lights Saab, all sixes. .
I Doora. Paint.
Doors. Paint, Bruahea, Sash Fasteners. Bntcb-
I kinds Shnemai
anw quantity,) Spears, Saws, all
ker'a Stock and Tools, all kinds
Saddler's Stock snd Tools.
200 Kegs assorted Nails, vorrontrtf.
100 Tons Sweeds and Pittsburgh Iron, or-
100 Bundles Russia Nail Rod.
60 Pair Seat and Carriage Springs, at Pitts
burgh prices that la ao 1
1 dox. Boring "Machines, leaathan $11 each
The above tood with a large variety of
every thing elae, mutt be told, and peraona
wanung Hardware can buy ol ns, cheaper and
better goods than any where else.
- Adjoining the Bank.
May 8, 1854. nSOtf
WE can and will aell Knives and Forka 20
per cent, cheaper than any Hardware
Store in Mansfield or Wooater ever did, will
or can, if you doubt it, come cd 'buy some,
that much lower think oi this I
JOHNS fc ALLEN.
May 3, 54.-6tf . Adjoining tho Bank.
Farmers, Head This ! !
jrOHIVS & ALLEN
Dealers In Hardware, Iron A: Navlls,
Adjoining the Daub
"ILL buv ail r,t tlie Flax Straw that you
can rai o ami ilnliver to lliein duringthe
present ypar, p:.y tu
Short f.".ix siiouiii je p.ir. -i
that, that tti i-itg may be ci-
Hie CASH for it.
ii the ground
ed in Straw before ijcpteiu ,
regarding the culture and rov
be had gratis during the Summer, by calling on
us. JUHis at aLLKN,
Adjoining the Bank.
March 1,1854. n40. tf.
TRO"S, NEW YORK a; ANDOVER MASS.,
WILL pay the highest -market-price for jLOO,
0 nonnda of sood clean Flax, dtliv-
I ered at the Hardware Store of their agents in Ash-
land. JOHNS & ALLEN.
1854. nas tf.
Ct Kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder, lor sale
tU on Commission at mill prices, by
JOHNS & ALLEN,
June 14, 1854. Adjoining the Bank.
Barnaul's Ka teal earn Planter,mtg
ufactured by Mc Brig lit 6c Co.. Cleveland. O.
A aupply for tbia county will be found at the agen
cy of JOHK8 dc ALLba.
I Dec. 38, 311 J aajoiumg me sans.
Grlf f etla 6c Carvers, Concave Steel Culti
vator Teeth for aale Wholesale and Retail at
the agency of
JOHNS A ALI.KN.
I Dec. XB, iaiij
adjoining the Bank.
New Hardware Store ! !
E. D. B0ICE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic Harlware!
ASHLAND, ASHLAND CO., O
INV1TES the attention of the Hardware buy
ing community, to his immense and unri
valled Stock now arriving and conaiat or ev
ery article kept in a Hardware Store. Farming
and Mechanics Tools, Honae furnishing goods,
buildmir materials, together with the largest
and best selected Stock of Iron and Nails ever
brought to this plsce. Swedes, Nail, Hoop,
Sheet, Sod aed Bar Iron ef extra qualities,
Saah, Glass, Doors, Putty, a large and varied as
sortment of Locks and Latches, Butts and
Screws all siacs and diacriptions, sadlery
Hardware and f indinga, Toola, fcc.
Coach IT! a. Iters and Trimmer!,
will Gad it to their advantage to buv tbei
Stock of me. In their line. Oil and Enamelled
Top Leather, Clotha, Lacea. Damark,Moss, &c
Springs and Axlea, Mailable Top and Prop
Irons, to.. Carriage aad Tire Soits, .11 to 6
inches lone, Brass Bands all sites, Oil Cloth.
White Lead. Dry and in uu, Faints, varnisb
ea. Turpentine and Uil, faint, varmen and
Pump. Tubing, (Chain Double Galvanised)
beat article in town, wheels aad fixtures com
plete. Roger's St-el cultivator Teeth, Winga
and Plow and Hammer Moulds, bhovels, Hoes
Forks. Rakes, Sythes, Snaths. White's Dou
ble Steel Axes. Broad Axes and Adxes, Sheep
and Cow Bella, Log and Trace Chains, Mill
Saws, aa extra article, X Cut Sawa, the only
good ones itttvwn. Hetcners r li-es and Hasp
Ten different Brands, prices from S7( to 91,50
per pair. Ir yon want a good article 1 bave
them and the beat in town, and they are going
faat. Also wool twine and cord
Block Tin, Lead, Lead Pipe, Zinc, Sad Irons
Tinerrf Wire, Gun Bsrrels made of Lake Su
aerior Iron, Lox, Brass Castings end Triminga
cneaper tnaa oi'.-v. r, m c.
SC1SSOKS ANP SMEARS,
II Tou want ik gjoa p-.r ivft mra call. I ac
knowledge 1 have tUt: mi!; ;;oJ ones in town
w ' am ,'lt'vr"Y "' ' "?"' minB
t - niseis, extra last steel Ai . urs,
Beatcla mnd. mTavldincr laina Bitta.
warranted, Brunswick Tea and Table Sooons.
i aoie ana rocaet uutierv.
Brass, Pillar aad Chamber Candle 6 tics; a and
Snuffers, and Tongs, Waffle Irons, Brass Ket
tles, Steel varde, Molasaes Gates, Pugh's Augur
BitU, Hunt's Hatchstts, Braces and Bitts, prices
J, .""V . '""pr,
Spirit Levela, Saw Bandiea
The ball is not enumerated in this 1st. lot
those ia want of any articles in the Hardware
Lint, will de well to sail before purchasing:
my Stock being entirely aew,aad selected with
great care lor this market, enables me to sell
better and cneaper than tbey do elsewhere.
K. U. BOIUK.
KelloRg's Buildina one door above P.
at J. Riaser's Store.
Aahland, May 17,18m. S2tl
( SDCCESSOR TO W. H. H. POTTER,)
Dernier 1st Books, Stationer-.
jraper. skv. cc
CHOOL, Miscellsaeous and Blank Books;
btatiooery ana rancy articles, nave ea
Ashland, July 36, 1854.
Buffalot 3J"o-?7- cixvlst.
Importers, ItlaanfactiarerB, Coast
xmlsslen BlerelaaBte, and Dealer li
EVEBY VABIETT OF
English, German, French and American
FF1HIS Honae having the largest and moat va-
nous stock in tne united Males, are tur-
niahing Hardware Merchants, Contractors,
Tinners ate, with everything they want on as
good or bettet terms, than they can buy ia New
low, Boston, or eisewnere. l ney invite in
vestigation. - JAMKS M. ALLEN,
6mo-n2 TroesHBg- Agent.
Curled Hair Mattresses and Bedding.
PATENTED IN THE
UNITED STATES, ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
rtnH Mattreiiea snd curled hair bavins takea
Diplomss and Medals by competition in tbe
principal States in tbe Union and also having been
awarded the Prise Medal at the World's Fair in
London as tbe very be-t article manufactured, are
confidently offered to lbs community aa a great
deaiderstim for pure sweet sleep. .
The Dieceaa bv which our hair is manufactured
entirely precludes tbe possibility of moth or other
insect annoyances engendering therein as proved
by tbe severest teata of analisation and by testimo-
niala from the first cnemists oi me sge, irom wnicn
we extract as follows :
"Experiment has demonstrated that tbe puriying
agent made use of in manufacturing your patent
curled bair ia especially destructive of animal
life, that it has tbs fscultyof bleaching and clean
ing tbe fibre, and that it ia the most powerful dis
infecting body at present known to science.
H. LETHEBY, M. D.
Professor of Chmistry snd Toicologr in tbs
Medical College of the London Hospital.
I cheerfully state that tbe article submitted to
your proceas must be pure and sweet and will be
found of great value and from proof exhibited to
roe 1 am confident that tbe proceas employed ex
ceedaU etber metboda of preparation.
W. BKACH. M. D.,
We also keep constantly on band a full supply
of Pillows and Bolsters, ander Msttraases and
Bedding of-all'deacriptione and a large assortment
of Wall Paper and Window Shades, upbolstry
goods, curtains, lounges, dec, dec.
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly at
WISDOM dc Co.
43 Pullea Block Bank at.
Juue 4.1S54. nStf
C4TIZENS OF OHIO!
SffiAKE TO YOUlt INTERESTS !
THE subscriber again appears before you,
giving yon fair notice oi the arrival of a
larger stock of
Than Ire baa ever offered Othe&ir Sons and
daughters of old Wayne and surrounding Coun
ties. Owing t our being in the Eastern Mar
kets when most kinds of Goods experienced a
DECLINE IN PRICES!
We were enabled to buy our goods at such
Low Prices that we defy any competition ia
the wayof Cheap Goods for Cash ; uui stock is
comprised of everything in the Dry Goodt and
notion line ; also, an assortment of
for Men and Boys. Also, the leading articles
of GROCERIES, such as Coffee, Sugar, Tea,
Tobacco, etc. In all Ibeae departments we ca
show you Good. As for prices we can beat th
World; and in saying tins we uo not wiab to be
considered aa bragging, but telling you plai
matter ot tact. Look at tome or ur pnees
we can ahow yon
Brown Muslin for. .......... .6J cts. per yd.
Bleached do good 6f ' " "
Kentucky Jeans ............. 20 cts.
Heavy Tick 10
Cotton Glovea and stockings. Ub per psir.
Good Lawns.... ........ ....br " per yd
Delaines.. ...........10 eta. & upward
7-4 labia Diaper is "
ast Colored Calico ue " " '
Silk Lace Veila 37 1 - "
Cotton Batting 10 "
Good Black bilk 0 " "
Tea 31 "
" Coffee 121 " per ib.
Tobacco chewing ....11 "
In all departments of our stock ynu will find
tbe above atatenient ol pricea corresponding.
All we asAr is a took before you buy. I be price
of our Goods ia a aure thing tor your money. In
Ladiet' Drett Goodt we are ail fixed. Lawna
Merges, Plsin Blsck, Striped, Barred an
Changeable Silts at all pricea. Our stock of
"TaJcee 'em all down." Can aell new style
Gimp Bonnets for 25 cents. Every body that
comes to Wooater, comes to our store and sees
the show of prices and atylea. We wont
charge yon anything to loo. Country Mer
cbanta supplied with their whole atoefca at low
pricea and lair terms, at our siore at tne uin
Stand East of the American Hotel.
May 3d, 1854. ndOtf
NEW JEWELRY STORE
I ASHLAND !
r R. GOODFKLLOW has opened ia the
I new room, two doors esst of Messrs. Ria-
serlt Risser's Store, oa Main street, a
Watch and. Jewelry Eitabllahmeat,
where he will offer everjr article usually kept
in such establiabmenta, at very low ratea.
Among his stock may be found Uld and
Mil-ver Watches, of every description, va
riety and quality, fins, Lames' told Broacn
ea, Grape, Enameled, Cluater, Knot, .Cuff and
BAR DROPS, HOOKS AND RINGS.
Gold Rings, Lockets, Pencils, Gold Chains,
Bagley' Gold Pens and Holders, large as
Tab It Mi Tea Spoons of pure silver, Ger
man Silver and plated Spoons, Butter Knives,
Saltand Sugar Shovels, hilvei forks, sc., cc
of every description, from the best American
and English establishments. Aiao Needls,
Port Monies, Dressing and Pocket Combs, aad
Pocket Booka, Violin and Guitar Strings.
Goggles, Kye Shades, Compasses
and Acordeons. Eight Day and Twenty-four
Hour Braaa Clocks, in the most splendid Pa
pier Machea, Roae Wood and Mabogan case
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
Cleaned and repaired, and work warranted
Old Gold and Silver bought at the higheat
price. 1 invite the public to examine my Stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
I. R. GOODFELLOW.
Ashland, Dec. 21 , 1853. n31 tf.
STATUTES OF OHIO!
In force Jan. 1854, with reference to
prior laws, in one large Octavo I oluem
raoM tbs Junoas or tub hcrasMK udost.
Tbe undersigned bave examined Swan's Re
vised Statutea of Ohio, for 1854. Thia volume
coutains a compilation of the Statuies of Ohio
in force on the first of January, 1854. The de
sign aad arrangement of the Book are good
and carried out with great care and accuracy
and we think the work of great utility, and re
flects mion credit upon tbe Compiler and Pub
lisher. JOHN A. CORWIN,
R. P.RANNEV, A. G. THURMAN,
T. W. BARTLEY, WM. B. CALDWELL.
The undersigned having examined Swan's
Statutes, concur ia the above opin-on.
V. O. MUK1UN,
Dist. Atty. U. S. Court, Dist.ofOhio.
GEO. W. McCOOK.
Atty. Gen. of Stste of Ohio.
It will be found aa indiapensable hand-book
toevery Justice of the Peace and Constable, as
wel as everv Lawyer or public officer. The
book will be sent free of charge to any oae oa
Address B. C.TICKNOR t CO.,
Law Booksellers, Manafield, Ohio.
March 82nd, 1854. 44ti
Old Iron Wanted.
THE subscriber will pay CASH for any quantity
ofold metal delivered at his foundry in Aahland
Fsk. 1. 7lf. M. ai, eAnsrli.
To Western Merchants.
rpHB subscriber would call the attention ef desl
A- era generally to IbeextenaivearraoesmefflstbeT
bave made for tbe Importation and sals of British,
rrencn, ana (xerman iry uooua.
Having a buyer permanently" located in Ku-
rope, whose entire attention will be given -to the
selection of Goods for our sale, wa shall be in re
ceipt of new and desirable Dress Goods by each
steamer. Our Block of
bite Uouds, Ht-eiery, Shawls fe Notions,
wiu oe louna complete. Also, a large variety
of black and colored Silks, Satins, etc. Cloths,
i.imiiucii;i ana vesting, ijinens. iruungs, ace.
die. and Tailor'a Trimmings generally.
Always on hand all leading atylea of Domes
tic'Goeds, bleached and brown
Cotton. riils. lickw. stripes. Denims,
wuiicddih assortment oi Aierrimack and Co
cneci. r-nnt. uneaster tilnghams, etc., Ac.
Tbs Clothing Department (under the firm ofL.
H Tim A Co.,) will embrace a great variety of
wen maae barmenie, sucs as cannot fail to give
We invite the attention of casb and abort time
II f We have also secured tbe services of W.
L STRONG, (late of Mansfield, Ohio,) who -will
take great pleasure in showing you through our
stock ; when you visit this market, please favor
mm witn a call.
L. O. WILSON dc CO..
No. IS Coostlssb ax., ab 11 akd 13 Dit ST., It,
Jannary 8. 1854.-ly.
HO! FOR NEBRASKA!
Another Arrival of New Goods
T. C. BUSHNELL,
I .''OR tbe third time this sesson, sends forth
nis proclamation to tbe People -1 Ashland
and surrounding counties, announcing that he
nasjusi received a iresn aupply or new
which he is bound to sell at some price during
the Summer, and make room ior his Fall sup
ply. The only advaictaoes" ol which he
can boast are, that he haa the newest goods, the
uum siyies, tne largest assortment, sad ean sell
nis goods as
CHEAP, IF NOT CHEAPER.
tnan any establishment in the countv. . He haa
long aince found out that the Deonle will AWn
those who help them, and it is no rratter of sur
prise that the great ruah ia to the People's Em
porium, and that the "Old Fortresses" are
comparatively deserted, since bis second stock
ot Mew boods has arrived.
I have an unsurpassed assortment of Plain
and Figured Dress ils, Foreign and Domestic
aca bingnsms. everv description of
bite Goods, Bonnets. Ribbons, and. in short.
c.ci; IICKltpUUD pi
PLAIN AND FANCY DfiESS GOODS!
necessary to complete a Lady's Wardrobe. Let
it be distinctly understood, that I have the lar.
geat and neat assortment ol
ever brought to Ashland, and ye who doubt i
call and see for yourselves. -Ladies, ifyou want
to purcnase tueeoaware, tne People's fctnpori-
um s cne piace to get k. jn tne
I am fully prepared to meet any demands that
may be made upon me. My StocJc of Clothe,
laeaimerea, vesunga, ana
LINEN DKESS GOODS!
is very exteneive. Hats and Capa, in abundance.
t nave aiao a large, assortment ot
ana am aiao prepared to ao custom wort on
abort notice, and warranted to give satisfaction.
In conclusion I have only to aav that tbe
StocJc is complete in all its parts, and I can
warrant satisfaction either in qual'ty, quantity,
or price, nigneai mara-ct price paid tor
WOOL ! .
and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Aahlaud, June 31, 1&4. . 4lf
HAVE A HAT, SIR?
NOW AIIRIVING AT THE
ASHLAND HAT STORE
N immense assortment ul new
HATS AND CAPS!
for the summer aeaaon, of foreign
ana domestic manufacture, con-
sist-mg ot a large variety of
SILK HATS !
from $2 to $5;.Kosuth Hats from 50 cts. to
2,60: Maiyar Hats, from til to 3: Otter
Hata, from 2 10 $3,5.0; a large assortment of
f A I A MA HATS !
considered the most tasty, comfortable and dur
able aumme Hatr now in use, from $2 to S3
50 Leghorn, from 75 to $1,25; Bearer Hats
from $3,50 to $5. Also a complete aaaortment
CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
Also, an endless variety of Men's and Boy's
SUMMER HATS !
and all kinda of Children's Hsts. It would be
useless to attempt to enumerate the entire
stock ,aa it is admitted on all bands to be the
largest and best selected stock of hats, ever
brought to Ashland County. The subscriber
respectfully requests tbe public to call and
examine his slock, whether tbey buy or sot
The subscriber will sy cash for any Quanti
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered at his Store, op
posite the Fran I in Honae, and one door East
of the Post Office, Ashland, Ohio.
Ashland, April 19th, 1854. n48tf
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE JEWS!
50.000 Majority v and all the Counties
not Heard ' from, for the
TTTTT.ATlTiT.MH I A
Clothing and Furnishing Depot !
S. APPLE & CO.,
MAIN TREET, ASHLAND. O.
HIS extensive establishment hasjust
received tbe largest and best select-
stock of clothing, and gentlemen's
furnishing goods, ever brought to thia town or
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
auitable for the largest man or smallest boy,
and at pricea tbat will pertectly astonish you
Come right along and examine our stock,
and see for yourselves. Hera you will find
eartloads of coats, cords ot trowsers, aad a
'tarnel pile ef vests of every style and vrai-
ety, large enough and small enough, warm
enoush and cool enough for any aeaaon. Our
stock of Furnishing goods is complete; con
stating of Shirte, Coilara, Cravats, Wrappera
Drawers, tec, tec, in fact everything to fit ont
a man in perlect order. Our motto la yutcc
Salesand Small Profits, and ao charge for show-
ng our goods.
ofall kinds, made to order. The Foreman ia
this department ia one of tbe best workmen
Recollect tbe place, one door eaat of
Squires, and oae door weat of Wallack te
Coffin's Store. This exteusive stock is under
the direction of our agent, Mr. Z. Greeawald,
S. APPLE te CO., Philadelphia
April 5, 18S4. 46tf
I iK.vsr BACHKKilK resDectfullv announ-
I li cea to his friends and lovers of good living
seiierallr. that he has made a complete reno-
vatienin hia establishment, one door west of
the McNulty House, Aahland, Ohio, and will
keep constantly on hanJ during the ensuing
summer every luxury usually found in this
N. B. Know all men, thst no intoxicating
liquorwiil be kept in my establishment.
Aa'iland, March Kth, 1834. nia tt.
E.ii ci;i i!i:u Ai:i.
AN awav from the subscriber, oa the 23d
ot July, 1854, aa indentured apprentice
named John Calvin, aged twenty years. All
persons are hereby notified not to trust, harbor
or employ said appreHtice.
' - ...... nr T T-
3a , HCnHI nanAnaui.
Han, ver Tp., Aahland Co., July 24, 1854.
FROM three to five dollars per day, war
ranted to any young roan of eneigy. Ad-
ress, Post-paid, A. p. cdbbt, mew x.onaon,
Huron County, Ohio.
July 26th, lo04. w
Stabler'a Dlavrrbeeat uoroiai.
18 a pleasant Mixture, compounded la agree
ment with the rulea of Pharmacy, oftherapeu-
tic agents, long known aud celebrated lor tneir
peculiar efficacy in curing li l A it it nix. a ,
lar affections of the system. In its aetion, it
illiti hacsca and produces a healthy condition
of the LIVER, thus removin tbe cauae at tbe aame
time it cures the disease.
Stabler' Anodyne Cherrv Expfctoi-ant
Is confidently recommended to invalids, as cssc
BrAsssB by any known preparation, for the cure
oi ceus-as rfDSrscssvs, snd other rorms of cemmn
CsMi: BROKHlTIS. ASTHMA. ROUP. ONSU MO
TION In an early stage, and for the Relief ot the
patient even in advanced stages of that fatal dla
aese. ltcorabinea.in aacientific tifanner, remedies of
long esteemed value, with others of more recent
ties, acts tnro'tne sain, genti) and witn great er
ficacy, for the cure of this class of diseasea.
The valuable Medicines above named have recen
tly been introduced, witb tbe approval of a nam
terof our Mdieml PrmftBjion in tbe city ofBalti
more and evey where, and in practice nave succee
ded most admirably in curinr the dieeaaea for
-bicn tney are prescribed, i ney are offered to
tbe country practitioner of Medicines whicb be
can in all respects depend upon as prepared in
agreement witb tbe experience of some of tbe
Tuost learned and judicious rnysicians and strictly
in conformity with the rules of Pharmacy, and
as especially serving nis convenience, wno can
not so readily as tbe City Physician, have bis own
pre icrlptions compounded by a practical Pnarma
See tbe descriptive Pamphlets, to be bat? r rat is of
ail wno nave tn Hedicines for sale containing
commendations from Doctors Marti. Balt-
iiu, Additiic. Paths. Haiot. Loti. dec
so Doctor S. R. Martim says, Ido not hesitate to
recommend your IHarrkmm Cordial and Jfrnttdyn
V Merry zperiU," c.
Doct. Jobm A dim son says. It rives me much
vlevrore toadd mv testimony to that of others. n
'favor of the cxtrmordinmrp eJUacy of your ZHmrr-
km. Cardial, ezc.;and of tbe ExpectmrmmX, I bave
no hesitation in Tecommending it as a most valua
Me nledicine'Ac. .?
jjocr. n a. riTRi says ne nas used tne rnarr
4M Cordial in his pmctice with the hanoiest ef
feet, and tbinkrs it one-of the most convenient
and efficient combinations everttffered to onr pro
Doct. L. D. Handy writes. have adminisier-
ed your-4ftyi Expecfrdnt In several cases of
uronchla Affection, with the ml rult-.
and from a knowledge of ifts dmirabU effects.
i can. with the greatest confidence., recommend
it" dec ' ' . - - -
Doct. W. S. Love writes tons that he has ad
ministered the- Eifefrmwt to his wife, who has
had th Bronckiti for fourteen or. and that
she is fast recovering from her long standing ma
lady. It has in a few week. done her more good
than all the remedies she has heretofore used an
der able medical counsel.
Sixteen of tbe best Apothecaries and Pharh
accotists in tbe City of Baltimore. We aresatiBfi
ed thepreparations known as Stabler' m jtnodpnm
Caern Expectorant and Stabler1 m IHarrkmm Cor
dial, are medicines of Great Vax.dk. and verm mf.
JLcient for tbe relief and cure of the diseases for
wnicn tney are recommended: tney .near the evi
dence of skill and care in tbeir preparation and
style of putting up. and.wo take plead sure, in: re
i wmtt bEVEM oi m most respectable merch
ants, residents of Maryland, Viroiria, and North
Caro lira, who have sold and also used these
medicines themselves, say, 'From onrown experi
ence and that of our ctrmers, we do confidently
recommend them Pro Bono Publico. We have never
known any remedy Used for tbe diseases for whica
they are prescribed, to be so efficient, and to give
such entire satisfaction to all."
The above notices ofrecommendation from mem
bers of the MEDIC A FaUIjTY. PHARMAKUTISTS
of hieb standinc. and MERCHANTS of the first
respectability, should be mmcient to satisfy all.
tnat tnese meatoinn-are wrty of trtai bv the af-
flcted, and that they are of a different stamp and
Class irom tne. -aiuacRery" ana "(Jure Ails" so
much imposed upon tbe public.
for is ate oy urusgisis. ApotBecaries awd conn
try Store-keepers generally.
DISCOVERED AT LAST
A Mystery Explained.
A Revolution, is Certain-, Victory Is Ours.
DR. A. L. ADAMS'
NEW THEORY OP DISEASE is awakening tbe
inquiry in the minds of all who read it : How
it si that Americans bave been so lone and so
1 slavishly immured in darkness and ignorance on the
PR. A. L. ADAMS' LIVER BALSAM.
THE GREAT PANACEA OF DISEASE,
is offered to tbe afflicted or the States and Terri
tories, for tbe entire cure of Liver Complaints all
-stages. Bilious fever, Ague and rever. Chronic
Lung Fever. JUropsical Affections, Consumption,
tielow complaints uiarrnea, uyseniery, Kneuma-
tism. Bleeding Files Blind Piles, Scrofula, Salt
Rheum, Dyspepsia,General Debility, Nervousness,
Costiveness, Indigestion, Otstrucud Menstrua.
Ur. A. L. Adams' Liver Balsam baa stood tbe
wree and test lor tne last nueen Tears, and naa
proved to tbe moat skeptical, beyond a abadow of a
doubt, that it is
The only Reliable Medicine Ever Discovered
being purely all vegetable.) for tbe permanent cure
of the above diseasea. Tbe most skeptical bave be
come Its moat sanguine votaries, and pronounced
the Liver Balsam to be tbe
Uui j Reliable Harbinger of Health to tbe
- AFFLICTED, irtXTWHIU.
Testimonials come up from every track it haa
made, swollen witn expressions or gratitude, for
tbs relief received by its use. And in submitting
tbis, tbe Liver Balsam ia recommended to all those
suffering under the
IRON GTASP ofthe MOSRTE DECEASE
and at once procure one bottle ef Dr. A- L. Adams'
The readers is re f erred to the Medical Tract
found by maKiagapplicatlon to tbe Agent where tbs
Balsam ia sold, giving a full epitome of the cause
and cure of all diseasea; containing,, also certifi
cates from those wha have tested Its unparalleled
ascendancy over tbe diseased to wbicb' we are all
subject. Sold by K. rl. CHUBB, or uo- Asmand
John MoCrorer, West Windsor; Sturgea dc Biglow
Mansfield: J. P. Stameta. Rowsborg; J. H.
.Baumgatdeddc Co., Wooster
G. . Scott. General Agent, Re, T Randolph
Street Cbiaago, Illinois.
February 1, IBM. n37 ir.
JTaiandlce,Dyapepsiai,Clirenic or !tr
-roue DebiUtr Iieeaae ef tbe Kidneys,
And all diseases arising from a disordered Lrver or
MOmtCD, IBCO as tviiuptuon, luwsuu
Fullness or Blood to the Heart, Acidity of the
Stomach, Naasea, Heart Burn, Disgust for Food,
Fullness or Weiaht in tbe Stomach. Sour Eructa
tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of tbe
Stomacb. swimming oi tne neau, numeu ana
Difficult Breatbins. Fluttering at tbe Heart. Chok
ins or Suffocating Sensation when in a lying
posture. Dimness of Tision, Dots or Webs before
tne feigni. rever ana auii psm in iu nnu. w
ficiency of Prespiration, Yellowness of tbe Skin
and Eves. Pain in the Side. Back. Cheet. Limbs,
dec. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in tbe
Flesh.- constant Imagininga of Evil.- and Great
Depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured by
Dr. Hoofland's Celebrated German Bitters
nSKPARKD BY DR. C. M.JACKSON, at the Ger-
I mmn Mcdteiae Store. ISO Arch St. Philadelphia
Tbeir power over the above diseases is not excelled,
if equalled, by any other preparation in tha V. States
aa toe cures attest, us sueuj --- -v. ....
physiciana bad failed. ,
Than Ritter. are worth v tbe attention Of invalids.
Possessing great virtues ia tbe rectification of dis-
eajtea of the Liver and lesser elanda. exercising tbe
moat acarcbing powera in weakneaa and affections
of tbe digestive organa, tney are wimsi aero, cer
tain and pleasant.
READ AND BE CONVINCED
E. B. Pea xrss. Marietta, Ohio, Feb. IS, 1851. aaid
"Your Bitters are mgaiy pnaea oy loose wnu mn
used them. In a esse or Liver complaint, of long
atanding, wbich had resisted tbe skill of several
Physicians, was entirely cured by tbe use of five
bottles." C. L. Daaxs, freedom, r-onage co.,u.,
April S3, 185S,eaid: "The German Bitters you sent
me last bave not yet come to band, I bave been out
of-the article for aome time, to the great detriment
of Invalids. It ia a medicine much thought of and
sought after in thia community."
H M Hn-rcmssn-.. m. d.. Bedford. Cuyahoga eo,
O. August 86, 185S, aaid: "The Bitters you ship
ped me in May last are all gone 1 tnink it a
good medicine, and I am recommending it to my
n.in . nA rrinis fwhieh I do for no other pat
ent medicine.) You will please forward a large
PPlr-" nn ,o. .....
S. l-aEHCH. moosier, u., no. j,
it..., mA nme three or four bottles of noon
.nj. rrman Hitters lor Drspepsia. and derived
rreat bene fit from their use. 1 believe them to
be good for all diaeasea for wbich they are recom-
m uS "o Wnmltr O.. October S. 1852. said
You ask me my opinion of tne trerman nil
tra. 1 have used tnem ior irii(ieww auu iiiu.-
gestion. and take pleasure in statingthat I think
they are me very iK.reificui uwu.iwi iuvwui.
comnlaints they are decidedly in advance of all
tbe proprietary meaicines 01 . neaay.--
Mr. oae is a uiallnsuisnea lawyer oi v oosier
These Bitters are entirely vegetable. They never
prostrate tbe aystem, but invigorate it.
For Sale bv R. H. CHUBB dc CO.. Ashland, and
by Druggists and dealers in medicinea everywhere.
Aahland ueo. l. na7 ly.
Office Franklin & Warren n'K'S9
FaiBKLiw, Portage CO., Ohio, Sept. 86, 1853.
f .:. nf the F. fc W. R.
T a meenug
held Juue if. 1853. the following assess
mente upon Stock subscriptions were , made, via:
Tea percent, payable July 1st, 1853, and an assess
ment often per cent, at the end of each euceeed
ln iiii d... .ii .h. whole amount la paid.
Three inatalmente are therefore now due. to wit :
The firet when subscribed, (by the charter,) tbe
aecond Julylst.and tbe third. August 31st.
Subacribeis in Ashland village aud county are
respectfully requested to immediately pay all
instalments now due. and aa they hereafter be
come due, at the Banking Houae of Luther, Crall
dr. Co., Ashland unless called upon by tha Collec
tor. .. .
w,vvwvw. mww ,
Carter's Spanish Millurc
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE, BLOOP.
NOT, A PARTICLE OF. MERC URY
. ; mrr1. . ,
Alt Infallible Remedy ror Scrofula, Klag's Kvll .
Rheumatism,- Obitinate-Cataseoaa Eruptions,
Pimples or Postyes an the Face, Blotches, Soils,
Chronic' Sore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald
Hesd, Enlsrgement-andPala of tbs Boms and
Joints, Stubborn Ulcers,. Syphilitic Disorders,
Lumbago, Spins! Complaints, and all Diseases
riaim from an ialndicious use of Merssir im
prudence in Life, or Impurity of tbe Blood. .
inis valuable Medicine, wnicn nas sccomv
bveled-fortbe- nomber-of extraordinary ciffi ef
fected through its agency, bas induced tbs pro
prietors, at the urgent request of tbeir friends, -to
offer it to the public, which they do with -the ut
most confidence in itsvirtuesand wonderful cura
tive properties. ' Tbe following certificates, select
ed from a large number, are, however, etrsngsr
testimony than the mere word of tbs proprietors ;
and are all from gentlemen well known fa their
localities, aad of the highest ropectability, many
of them residing in the city of Richmond, Ta.
F. Bovnsn, Esq.. of tbs Ezcbsngs Hotel, Rich,
mond, known every where, says be has see a tha
Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mixture admtts?
tend in over a hundred cases, in nearly all tire dia
eases for wbich it is recommended, with the saoat
aatoniahingly good results. Bs says it is the aaost
extraordinary medicine be hsseverseen. .. . -
Aods iid Favsa Gseat Coas. 'I'Bereby certl
fy, that for three years I bad Ague aad Pevervf tha
most violent description. 1 had several Physici
ans, took large quantities of 'Uuinins, Mercury.
and I believe alt tbs Toaise advertised, sat all
without sny permanent relief At last I tried Car
ter'a Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which elect
ually cured me, and I am happy to say I have bad
neither Chills or Fever since. I sounder It the best
Tonic in the world, and tbs only medicine tha
ever reached my case.
- ' - - - JORH LOItGDKK ;
Beaver Dam, near Richmond, Va. .. . -
5. B. Luck Esq., now in tha city of Richmond,
for many years ia the Post Offioe, bas such tea
fidancs in the-astoniehing- efficacy l Carter's
Spanish Mixture, that he has bought vp wards of S
bottles, wbicb be baa given away to the afllicted.
Mr. Lack aarya he baa ca-vef kaawa It ss fail vrbea
taken according to dircetiona.
Dr. Hint, a practising Physician; and form en
or the Hy Hotel, in the city of Richmond, ssys
be has witnessed-in a srasabeV of instances ths
effects of Carter's Spanish Mixture, which were
moat truly surprising. Bs says is a case f Cear.
sumption, dependent oa ths Liver, the good effects
were wonderful -indeed. - - - ; '
Sabiusl M JJainasa, ofthe firm of Drinker V
Morris, Richmond, wss cured of Liver Coo plaiaS
of 8 years etandinc. by the aa ef two hot Lies of
Carter's Spanish Mixture. .
Lrw ur j"ra a or Bcaorct.A-1 ae tailors or tee
Richmond Republican had a servant employed ia
their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, cess.
bined with Rheumatism, wbich entirely disabled
him from work.. Thi bottles of farter's Spanish
Mixture made a perfect cure of -him, -end ths- Sdi.
ors, in a publie noticesay tbey ''cheerfully recom
mend it to all who are afflicted with any disease '
the blood.". -fc - i.-. f. -i :. ;
Still Asotbbb JJcss or Bcbotoxa. I had a si'
valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Span.
Ish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable medi
cine. James M. Taylor, Conductor aa tha B. F. dr.
P. R. R. o., Richmond. Ta..
SALT RHKHM OF 80YEAR8 STARDIKG RTRK
Mr. Joan Taoarsos, residing ta the city of ttica
mond, was cured by three bottles of Carter's spaa
ish Mixture, of Salt Rheu m, which he had aeesly M
years and wbich 'all the ahaaieiaae sf tbs city
could not cure. Mr. Thompson Js a well knewa
merchant in the city of Richmond. Ta., aad his
cure ia moat remarkable.
Wa. A. Mat-tbews, of Richmond, bad a servant
cured of Syphilis, in tbe worst form, by Carter's
Spanisb Mixture. He 'Says he cheerfully recuse
mends it. snd considers it an invaluabls medicine.
Ricbxxb E. Warr, of Richmond, was cured of
Scrofula, and what Pbysiciaaa called confirmed,
consumption, by three bottles of arter.s Spaniah
Mixture. - r
Enwm Boa-roK, Commissioner of tbe teveese,
says he bss seen tbe good effects of Carter's Spanish
Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, snd say
it is a perfect cure for that horrible disease. -
Wh. G. Habwoob, of Richmond, cured of Ola
sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walk
ing. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mix-,
ture. and was enabled to walk without a crutch
in a short time permanently cured. ,
Principal Depots at M. Wans Clcss ck Co.. Its
S3, Maiden Lane, Mew York.
T. W. Drerr A Sobs, No. 13S, Korth Sd treat
Bzhhstt or Basse. Ko. 125. Main Bt.. Richmond.
And Ior sale -y K. tt. cacit, Ashland, M. a ee
dL Co. Savanna, J.Ksssikosb, Hayesvrlle, J. Horr
Viiii Jeromeville, AsnsRaon de Rovii, Loadoa-
ville, andDealera in Medicinea everywhere.
Jan. 18, '54. n331y.
Philadelphia Medical House Established Sd
years ago, by Dr. KlriJtELlrf, corner ol i hirer
and Union streets, betweea Sprnce ' Piae,
invalids are apprised tnat Pr.: ainena cen-
finea hia practice to a particular branch ef med
icine which engages his undivided . attention.
He cations tile unfortunate against tbe abas
of mercury; thouaaada are annually mercurial'
ned out of life. Recent affections are prompt
ly extinguiaed. Twtnts) years of Experienct
tbe treatment of a class of oimm nitnsrsoi
neglected and imperfectly understood, kaasa.
abled Dr Kinkelin, (Author of a work oa Self
Preservation,) to prove that nine-tenths af th
causes of nervous debili'y, local aad eoaslHo-
tionsi weakaess, mental and physical suffer
ing, are traceable to certain habits, forming thst
most secret yet deadly aad fatal eprings, at
domestic Jiisery and premature mortality.
Take Particular Not ci There isaa evil ha
bit sometimes indulged ia by beys, ia selitade.
often growing up with them to manhood, aad
which, if not reformed in due time, it not only
begets serious obstacles to matrimonial hsppt
sess, but gives rise to a aeries ef protracted,
insiduous aad devastating affections. . J"ew;el
those who give way to tbis pernicious piac-
tice are. aware of aha eoaseuencea, until tbey
find the nervous system shattered, wel strange
land unaccountable feelings, aad vague, fear
ia the mind.
-' The unfortunate thus affected becomes fee
ble, is nncbla to labor with accustomed vigor,
or to apply his mind to study ; his step is tar
dy and weak, ha is dull, irresolute, aad ti
gsges in his (pert with less energy than asual.
If bo emaacipata himself bafore tha prac
has done its worst, aad eater matrimoay, hia
marriage is unfruitful, and his sense tela him tbat
this i caused by his follies early. These are coat
sideratioas which should a wake a the atteatiaat
of those similarly situated. ; .
. Marriage requires the- fulfillment of several
conditions, in order thstit may be really tear
cauae of mutual bappiaeas. Could tha vaik
which covers the origin of domes tie wretched
ness be raised, and its true source ia every in
stance disclosed ia bow many Co aid it bo
traced to - physical disqualifications aad their
attendant diaappoiatmeata! , .Apply them while
it is yet time, ia order to bave yoar anatruag
and relaxed organisation rebraced , from making
yoar ease kaowa to oae who, front edaearJoa
and respectability, caacertaialv be revivified?
. Kessembea, that bo wbo places himself aa
der Dr. Kinelin'a treatmeat, aaay religioualy
confided ia bis honor as a gentleman, and rely
apoa tbe assataace, tbat the secret of Dr. K.'o
patients will never be rHseloeed.
Youug man let bo fhlse modesty deter yea
from making your case known to oae -who.
from education aad reepoctibility, eaa certain
ly befriend you. : - !:. ; . -' 'i.'
Toe many trunk they win eoBceai tneaeereat
their own -hearts, and cure themaelve.
Alaa! bow often is this a fatal delusioa, aad
how many a promising yoaag aaaa, wbo might
have been an ornament to socisty, has. faded
from the earth. ... . ' ... :.
Strictures of the urethra are rapidly aemaveeJ
by the application of - a new thsTBpeatieer
agent, used only by Dr. K. Weakness awaf
Consftlunonaf aeonxiy promptly curta, una juis
Country Invalids esn bave, by stating tbeir
case explicitly, together with all their symp
toms, per letter enclosing a remittaac) Dr,
K.'s medicine, appropriated accordingly.
Vnrwarded to anv nart ofthe United states.
and packed secure from DAMAGE er CUJUOK-
reatk aad- ManktdM viferme Life or a preaia-
ture Death Miniettn on a rrsasrwasisB wsww
SScta. ;. . .;
It is a work eminently required, as m mesa
ef reforming the vices or tbe age ia which '
live.- Also, , - j ' .:; . '
- - MAx tJHc.79 vUIDait . 4
With rules er the Prelengetie ef Life, Just rent
A letter-with a remittance of tS cents, o'
the value in Dost atampa, addressed to Dri Kia
elia, Philadelphia, Pa., will secure a CO by e
either of the above books by return mail ; o
IS copies will be aent free of postage for 9 1.
Booksellers. Canvassers. Travelling Ageate,
&e , supplied wholesale at tbe publiahsr'a pri-
ea. which admit ot a large prom. tw-4U
Utters muet bt post paid. ' -
March. 22nd, 1264. ly . ..
Mure vur Aahes ! : -. -'
A SHES waated by tho subscriber, at bia
Asherv ia Aahland, for which tha biahest
mark et price will be paid i a gooda.
I Am V.. UBIUtLvL.
October 26,1853 j
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