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Ong f.5arth'eolntrrn -otre--year. I . ' '. -One
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ViwWNwvwwlP'f-. aa.rys.a, . .
nfcnnb; Sob printing.
"llsvisg Just' purchased a sopeib new press,
vaed addad large lot of new type to oar already
extensive aoitnent of Job material, wo are
,IT t1 j laaxecut, U a style that cannot
b anrpaeata "b,"a.n7 offic thi" etloB
anty,-' ? (--.
'- Boots I '.Boad," Label,
lasds,s "Drafts, . Receipta,
Poatere, i Billa, Check,
laakaJ Bill Heada, Tiekel,
i- PAJdTHLETS, I'ECGfiAMMES, FOSTERS,
aad, is abort,1 every desciiption of Plain and
Decorative .-.1 '
dbawa ia tba fiaaat atyle.oftbe art, uid cannot
fati to live aatia&otion. All ordera promptly
Jteaafea to.:; - -
ASII1ABI rnVMAHKB-r. ' "
xJkMLiaa, Aug. 86th 1831.
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Pcoca cero f.'. .....a.. . -- V- "
O.t A;.. .... f 95 896
C oi . v 41 50
Timothy v7 'V 2, CO
Butts (ra b-ia roll ..-.- ... .l"c
KaatWtt ' -r" -r"
Lias...H .. .. ."...'. .... .. ip' v.. ...... ... 9c
KaATBaaa. . ... . . - - ...40c
Baaawax .-..--.-... .---v -2015
! ,w NEW JOBK JUBKET.' ' .
. f . :Nl .YonB, Aug. 2.1.
Flour Common (radea State again lmproed ; at
thaopaniac Uiia morniac a fcw parceU common
State ao'.e, bat mMBgtb coald get an advance
ralaed price to T0T Stock touch redaeed. Better
f radea Michigan and Ohio more plenty, there is not
mucboffering. fcalci 1200 9,10 105 lor common
to etraigbt State.10.3T 10.50 for choice to favorite
do I0,37I0,75 for Ohio and Michigan. Canad.au
flour notranaactiona, common brands would bring
Wheat Little doint, for the few parcels in mar
ket holders ask higher price. SCObuah new prime
Oenecea at 250. .... ...
Cora Fair bnsineaa done thia morning but at
cloae market waaneaYy and prices 12 cents lower
Leas distilling demanded and purchasers for the
east and export do not take hold freely. Sale
aggregate 49CC0 bnau at 5S-C7 fur unsound to sound
western mixed end yellow at -
Cletelahd, Aug. 2G, 1S54.
Flour Out market is almost entirely bare of
flour of every description. The fact being apparent
that we shall have no breadftufs of consequence to
export, and a demand of the country having already
commenced, the tendency is in consequence up
ward, and sales have been made this morning at a
material advance above our last quotations. A
sale of 400 bla superfine southern brands has been
made ae (9.
Wheat 1800 hush mixed sold on private terms.
1500 bosh red sold at 51,76, Two carloads of white
at 1,65, and one car load mixed 8 1,74.
Corn Maintains provtous quotations, 76 ha ving
thus far aeen the top of the market. 600 bush to
day sold on private terms, which may be aet down
as an indication of a furthe r advance.
n.. in the absence of sales we name 3jc as
about the figure.
WHdLfe3At&CcH0ECwA& the Old .Bncfc
, Si-, i " j" --' "irJLjf :(!, r -r sat-aTT'. A Tj .. j- OHIO
; uveavtoo -a- ''i " - j -f j . L
Prlrrel3tJliO,,"I'13t:', !1 mHE, andersienbd having bouKht th
"f T"CULDcail the auaation ot Country ai.Br-
V ' chants ta the immense stock at - -. .-
biiuts; shuls, nm, cm and leah-ee
Consisting of over 4100 caaea Cootaand Shoes
of every variety and style for Ladies', Gentle
meai', Misaea' Boys' and Children's . .,
FALL AND WINTER, WEAR,
ireel from the Eastern Mauufucturera..' Hav
ing been p;nclinsed at the lowest possible rates,
prinotpaily lor tA3, witn- great care, in mo
aelectiotl i f ouality and aiaea adapted to the
Western Trade, we can offer aupenor induce
men '.a to purchasers, as we are determined not
to be undersold h any Eastern or Western
Be vera will find it to their interest ta call and
examine our extenaive assortment before pur
chasing elaowlia re. . II. CH1LDS & CO.
August 30, lio4. amn
LOOK TKIS WAY, SPECULATORS !
tHE subariber offers for sale l is beautiful home
. al .fi 10' wbieh every aensibte mail- values at
25U0. l'bc property is located on nayeavnie r-u,
auartcr of a mile from South Ashland, on elevated
round, wheie the utvuer has view ot trie town
nd surrounding country, and consists oi i..torc
f land, eight cleared and vc and a half tu good
i.,i,.r .ii .mrif-r renrF. Tbe buildinKa are new.
consisting of a two story Traine bouse, well .paint
ed inside and outside, with ix rooms, and kiicnen
and wood house aUjoining, a good stone walled
cellar, 2 porches, a neverlailing well of water, a good
cistern, anu siiiokc uouse. n p"u .-,,i ' .,
4 horses S cows and six tons oi nay. y'"
eranaryl burey shed, all under one roor. Also.
E-.7r.iri:. .V.Vie. ,,ecl.es. c. Sow is your time.
1 . ' :ii a I u,linr f.ir iCfM 1118.11
fc.' ALL K1XD3 OF '
'Blank-Deeds and Justices Blanks,
kept eenetaWj on band and for aaleat this of
flce.'Oar Blanks ara neatly printed aad on the
beat quality avf paper, and give general aatiarac
tlerr with' thoae wbo have aaed them. Ordera
spectfully solicited. .-.- - -. -
jf--Juing the week ending the 12th
iiiai there were 26 yellow fever deaths
iri Um ;Chirity' Hospital ot New Or-lean&C-"
'' 3 '-". ' ,
s h-, - ii , i , i i ii " r-- . i -
"jrTTie 'Emperor of Ruesia bfts 8up.
preksei tltrteaching' of the.frcuch and
Jermau languages, in the militarjr school
at Cis - J Vw i -.-
'jgnvrordan'haa been arretd
aU.SvratmaetJSL T-a on suHptcion ;of. be
1m concerned jo. the? murder of hia brotb-
r, :Mr.'. Jordan.; ! .:; ' . : " , ' -
'Ju3T- near U- S. rcvenae eotter
Itbut to ' bo built t Portsmouth, - V
5tfp!aSe-ot the Campbell, deelaned to be
ybrtxless. ' '
T-atr s-w-nntr Fern is srending the-
J . r
-immcr tw Long Island. . -
jrTOa Sunday , and Monday last
"jjear ,000,000 feet of luniber arrived at
KV?ill pigeons are said t be nu
rnetpuaia-tiue northern part of JT-orces-
. married .On the 13tb inst., at he residence
of Mr. Osborn, near Rowsburg, by the Fev. W. J
KIJ.AB. Mr. JOSEPH L. SH1KABERGER, and
Mixa AKJi E. OSBURS, all of Ashland county.
On the 24th Inst., by Rev. 5. Ritx. Mr. ROBERT
HOOTMAN, of Jerome ville. and Mtaa KEBEC C
FAVORITE, of AsblamL, . . -
niedOa the 23dinat, at bU residence in Or-
,n townskiD. Ashland county. Ohio, of Typhoid
Fever, Mr GEOBGK MU,KKAl,Ja years
"Frsfltia supposed that the Mormon
.jpylon of Utah.Jerritory now reach
-'W 5C.O00. -
TV, Toi! ArrtiiajTE Del.usio.1, The Sa
Z)Q&g&eUe says z-i" The sect of Mill
ieTite "worshiping in this city, who hold
"vthalr Christ wilf come to judge the world
efbre the "year 1854 expire, have se--J!raxed'q,"te
a large number of converts,
jsind baptised ' tbem'within the last few
month. -i - ' - ----".
- S.1 .
JUST-M-' Van Beceit, ex-rresident
'.'of th Uflitod States, has, it k said, rc-
"i ceatly ieilt Naples, after a residence there
'-"of three months, for Florence nd the
'iathft'f ', Lucca. . lie has spent some
" tuni at the charming summer retreat of
Sorrento, celebrated for its picturesque
"jposItioii. on the sea shore, and for its his--'orical
recollections, as associated with
'.tihe poet lasso, .'.".'' . .
V " MEDICAL NOTICES. ,
' li tkm matckmwiaftk aseafs , Rntmlt Wbe
men become so Infatuated with powe', either in
nossesaion or expectancy, aa to ran of alter every
new dogma, and at the Bidding of their imperial
masters, pass laws in direct violation oi tne piain
est principles of our republican institutions, U be
cornea the Vox Populi to rise in rnew mig-x, viu
out distinction of party, andeompel our aervants to
repeal thbae ofcasrfous-pon ions of our laws that
strike at tne roor oi our niKfcmiiuw. , -
nhTsicallr : when men run oU" after .every new
tangled noatrura opened t the public. They not
oi ly ndauger their own, but the lives of their
fami'ie. and friends. - It is therefore w ih pleasure
we again recommend to the afflicted the use of
ilcAnsTaa's uL-Biiuaa Pihtiist, an oia ana
-rrti.tried remedv. and almost certain cure for
Burns. Bruises, Cuts, Weavcls Feald Head. Ague i
the breast. Corns. Spinal Affections, Fevers,
alt Febrile diseases, too numerous to mention.
That by restoring the insensible perspratton.tten
aMes the system to throw off all the on worn ou
narticles. thereby restoring to sound and perfect
hearts. Fox sale by J. It. F.Fampsel& co.,aud K
B. rhubb dt co .Ashlaud ; J. WcCi ory, Mifilin : T
W. Coulter. Perryaville; JJ. E. Stockman, Loudon
villc: L. Snencerdt CO.. McKay; J. Kinjiirrcr &.
co. Haavuville; Hagennan and Buchanan, Hayes
vilie: Coulter and Goodwin, Lafayette; W. Spen
eer t- co- Albion: J. J- Wright, Sullivan: Mickael
Kricge, Orange; H. S. See. co., Savanab ; K.
a irnM.rf.,1 r.i.rnverv has recently been mad
bv Dr. Curtis, this city, in the treatment ot co
sumption, asthma, and all diseases of the lunps.
We referto Dr. t'urtis'a Hygean or. Inuauug tiy
gean Vapor and cben-y syrup." Within this new
method the Dr. has restored many amictea ones to
perfect health ; 2 an evhlenee of which he has
nnamerable certiCcatea. FpcaKing oi the treai-
mejit a physician remarks: It is evident that iu
haling constantly breathing an agreeable, healing
.vapor, the meaicmai proprenes uiui. i-umc ... .
rect contract with the whole of the atrial cavity
of the tones, and thus escape the many and varied
chaoses produced upon them when introduced in
.to Jthe stomacb, and subject to the process ot di
gestion. The Ilygeanaisfcr sale at all the drug
gists throughout the country. JV Y. JJutcfman.
See advertisement ofMemcaiea innaiaiiuu m
canotber column of this paper. Iy2
I'Z, '.Z3T1- Tte'St' Paul ; Pioneer of the
"12th"ntams "an account of a severe
'battle between thi Chippewaa and Sioux
'Indians," near Yellow Medicine Biver.
i,Thc;CHii)p"wa8' started on the war path,
Loping to surprise the Sioux, and return
vawlth ealnsnd belts. They encamped
the .open prairie, and the' Sioux hav
ering votiee Attacked thm in tin? night-
i.Twenty-eighl Chippewas;vrere killed, and
Haxmie Sioux.- - The laUer took a young
0qTiaw prisoner-.: Major Murphy, with a
'party of soldiers, started in pursuit to
Attaet u3r rescue. : ..- -. .
, '' Iowa - The returns are still iavm
' ' plete iut the Wfes bare .and.oubtedly
'?ieleeted their Gorerner, ba not probably
.all'the ' StaA "cficerV, And eertaluly a
t jnember "of Congress in the Northern
District. The Southern. District u
'VcSTnd.; fcy bojb.; parties. The T7higs
-'"liae the House, but we were informed
T1by'a'iitowa" gentleman, yesterday, that
' the? Senate" was unquestionably ' Demo
ratialT Half of that body " holds over,"
.Amaforitv of. "which were Democrafs.
1 It" Upoesiblc, therefore, thai so .U. S.
Senator may b phps.en by the Legisla-
lirre? eleet after all
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7ltb!tii V.einsf poetry run
ning thrpughj some editors, which cannot
. QrpLd.oVetLmcs. they . spurt
one way and sometimes another. Uut
-a.AbwXBast-ieeling.dasheA are those-! that
I rliiroitign the" pocket, like the follow
.iinc from alio Fall River Kact t
'tZi-VH reath.es. there' a "man with soul so
v. daaul .whp never ta hiiasclf has said
I will iny district-paper take, both -for
... my and fuuiilv's sake? If such
hcaj. leQa him repent, and have the pa
-,oer to-him sent and if.he'd pass a hap
-py' wmter- he in advance should pay
jne printer, . , .
H. CHILDS & CO.,,
-; GREAT 1 jATt BA'CTIQN !
I and Extensive stock of merchandise, for
merly owned -by Robert McMahan in this place,.
nnonnceato the citizena of tin a Connty and
all ethers who wish to avail themsolvee of the
privilege of Jaying in their ftraati- Airo Fall
htTPiira cheaf, that In Store is tne place..
He intends keeping always on band a large anu
general assortment of . -
! GOODS OP. ALL 1CINDS, -
such aa ta wasted by tha people in this region.
Among our unprecedented vaiicty ara
of all Kijlds, Styles hnd Varieties. GROCE
RIES, a large Stock Salt, Fish, Plaster, in
short every thing in that line, which will be
eold a' less prices than any other Merchant
dan sell. I am now and will be selling for
sotnctiuic at cost, so that my preaentatoek may
be reduced to make room. for my
-". V A ii B U i S Sa Y,
Sr-AU who wish great bargains, are invited j
to call soon and examine my Mock ist.c goods
are going very fust, and you may not have
another opportunity to secure your goods at
such low figures. All kinds of
C O UNTR Y PR OB UC E,
Wool , and any thing the Farmer has to soli , will
be taken in exchange for goods.
O Don't lorgct the place the old Brick
Corner, East of the McXiillv House.
G. W. JIASSFORD.
Ashland, Aug. 16, 1S"4. nlgif
Hayesville Marble Shop,
'i t -J al v
mail, nolo.., . . . - - . - , .. . .
kj n utwn-.i.h, htiiiiirta aimers iti nauw, uu
tne balance in three or four years will do.
Ashland, ugust 30, 1654.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
lilt. II. iH. DAVIS,
OFFEKS his profcssioral services to the citirens
of Ashland and vicinity, iu the treatment of
Sore Eyes, ancers. Fractured Bones. lub Feet,
Hair Lip. c. Persons ainctcd ca find him at
the Sampsel House, dun. g his slay in Asnia.iu,
which must necossaru y ............
August '-MJ, lc5J.
Mc K N IGIIT & KING
Manufacturers of Monuments, Tomb
Slones, Tables, $c, of Italian tin J
r 5-IIANKFUI. for pnsl favors, wntilil
1 respertlnlly inform.thc eiti-iens ofAsh
land ami the .adjoining counties, that they con
tinuo theabove business in all its various
branches; ai.d having-no Arjonts, tliej can and
wiil sell Grave Stones from 10 to 15 per cent,
cheaper than Phopecan that employ Agents.
It is evident that prr-aons buying ot Apents
must pay the expenses of that Agency. Shop
on Main street, one door east ol tha I'enu
svlvania House. 13tl
GEE AT EXCITEMENT!
DTfO IJ303VrJB v, ...
' INCOKi'OBATKB MAY 8, 1834.
"' FACCLTT.' :" ' '''' -
E.G. FOLSO!Hr A B., Priucipal, Teacher of Practl-'
cat and Ornamental Pcltmanhip.
K. P. . GOOIJNUGU Nupcriotencieot. Prof.of the
Theory and Practice of Hook-Keeping, and Lec
turer on Mercantile Customs, General Laws pf
Trade. Accounts, ij-c. ,
W. H. HOLISTKR, Assistant in Book Keeping I)e-
GEO.'vv VlKY, THOS. H. HAY and D. ft. PBEMLAS
of the Cleveland Bar, Lecturers on Mercantile
niv-'li. H. KEVIN and J. C, VAUGH5. Esq.,
Lecturers on Political Economy. ..
It, F. HUMISTOX, Lectureron the History of Com
merce aud the Art of Computation.
VISITING COMMITTEB. ;
A. C. Brown well.
John U Waring,
T. C. fcievcrauce,
Truman P. Handy,
S. it ilalhcr.
i). P. EcU, .
T. F. Hay, ' '
John L. severance,
G. W. Kafi od.
TOTICE is hereby .'iven that the uiidersign-
aj . . .
ed haa been appointed and qualiueu as
Administrator oi Daniel Uamp'ien, jr , uc,
late of Montgomery township. Ashland county.
... . , . a. i A D.l, I.
All persona Having ciuims ig4.ni '
are requested to present them legally authen
ticated within one year from thiB date. Those
knowing themselves indebted must make imme
diate payment. DAMfcL.
August aa, iws.
Ilugrla Emmena) Estate.
"T OTICE ia hereby given mat tne nnoersign
ed haa been appointed and -qualified aa
Executor on the estate of Hugh Emmens, late
of Ashland ct unty. Ohio, deceased.
An gust 2S, 1SS4. - 314
Xiao Priaicipal ol Krnnjror'a Csmmer.
, j. eiut .aiau3 .
HAVING some time since secured the in
valuable services of Trof. Tsacr.ol New
York, author of a aeries ol Mathematical works,
to lecture berore hrs Students aponvamniarcni
Calculations, haa been induced, by urgent so-
of Terurhers-to nave tuo rrmoiTOr,
in connection with others, deliver a course of
Lectures uyon all. or ancle uj x.aiuauim, uc
fote a Norauil Class, during the month of.Au-
r T- 'e -e . a1VTaitii.-J
I be reputation oi rim. - -i
matician, and nta ciearanu iuuii iii". "'
demonatration,are too wei 1'
commcnt. For many years he was Principal of
the Classical Institute, J. ion, inn ni
ly ranks as 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 win inciuuu
who do nnt'whh to take a College Course. To
those whonleaign to pursue the husires ol
teaching.nspewully, this, opportunity will be
a golden oue, coming aa it does in vacation
season, and at so little expense to them, aud
...... o, i u cr .tich rich advautiiires.
SE-Ariangeineuts arc hemp tn 'de to secure
.u ..r.io oi one of tho be-t teachers ol
Danmnnaliin in ISC COUntrV.
1 KRMS. Students f the College, or those
whobecome students at the eomniencnment or
during the lectures, or purch ise . sctiolarsiirps
o the Institution to attend at any subsequent
iod v.thin six months, will lie en-.iiicu tu
.ecturcs free of charge.
Those who desire only to ntlrro the irciure.
including penmanship, -all br charged ten dol
lars. ny-The Lectures to commei ce on the bin o.
N. It- Teachers can have access to an i xoel
lent Library in the fol !i,;:
WM. W. GRANGER, Principal.
SKILLING tSt, BURNS
RAVE the pleasure of informing the public
in general, that they have just received
Ironi New-York their Spring and Summer
Stick of Goods, which limy offer to sell at
very low prices. To be convinced of this fact
the public will only have to call and examine
their lartTe and varied Stock of
Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths, Cassimeres, list
ings, Svmmer Stuffs. Leghorn and Palm
SILKS AND DB.ESS GOODS in great variety
StXTTOTHE L.ADIES we invue p;irucilir
attoition to our mock, oi hums uuuiio,
h.rh is ono ol the most desirable ever ottered
in Ashland. And to tha com.iiunity.in general
we say.thnt we will not be undersold by any
firm in this or adjoining Counties j (or we are
determined, bv close attention to business, to
sec how low we can sell Goods and make a liv
ing. In short, ;ur Stock is very complete ; ana
no puins,on ou part, will be spared to make
our Store the seat ol general attraction t'ro'
out the season, hy constant supplies of such
Goods an the country requires, and at prices
that will be certain to give aatiff'tion.
1. D KILLING,
: - H. BURNS.
Ashland, May 24th, 85i. ' 3ml
BTTTERT IS 1 X
mnr Mn.tnrRifrnr.,! t,e"i leave to irform th
1 xens of Aslilaud, and liie surrounding county,
that he has jnt roci-ived at liia Stove and Tin ware
esmMi-linient in Ashland, a URGS A N 1 SPLh
Dll assurtment of the heft and most improved
ruch"es IMKI.OH, CoOKIXG AX D BOX STOVE?,
which he will sell at very low rates. nd also, a
great variety i.f COPPEK, BRASS, TIX aud JA
done on tho shortest notice.
S. B. Old Brass,
exchange for ware.
August 3, 1J55.
Copper and Pewter taken in
Ta relaxing heats of summer leave behind them
along train of evils. The most universal or these
are general debilitr, and its sure attendant, low-
n nfjinlrita. For these we can recommend a
speedy and unfailing care, in Ue shape of Hoof-
land's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. V. M. Jaca
son, Philadelphia. Iti. in our opinion, a medi-
trine at aeneri alone unapproachable. It seems
to tuch the fountain bead of the difficulty in the
digestive organization, and thus to relieve the se
crctions and the blood of the materia mrrbi, or the
cause of disease Its tonic properties give vigor
to tba membrane of tho atomaxh, and promote the
secretion of the gsurtric.juice, wbicb dissolves the
food, while it cordial, soothing,-and alterative in
finance impart gene sal regularity and trengtb to
tbe action of the secretive organs, and aeems to
fortify the constitution. Suxh ia our owa experi
ence of its effects, and wo believe it is confirmed
by the evidence ot all who-bare tried It, or had an
opportunity of witnessing its operation. ForsaJe
by Dr. Jackson, 130 Arch street. . J214
Wi have trctioently Jtearfl the celebrate rer
Bitters, sputteo of in tarm of the ntgheax com
mendstion. and we honestly baUeva that its ess
of the beat medicine advertised for tha coaaplaiata
tax avbbtli st as jacomxaended. . TAey are pleasant
to the Uste, aad saabe taken under any -ciacnm
atance by the rnoat delicate tomch. The pre
far and. wide, bare united in commending tbt in.
valuable remedy, for dyapepsia. debHity, JJ-e: and
such are iac bcaliue eBtclM of Ibis panacea, that
e bo a it may be introduced to every family where
dysperaiaAas. ox Is li.tely to have a victim. 2H
Asad Mm Letter infe'or of Dr. Jt. L. Adams' Liter
is a is am.
Da. A. L. As Dear Sirs hereby certify that
your valuable Li er Balaam, in my opinion, U the
best remedy tor Ague and Fever, Billions or Ltver
Complaint, that has ever been introduced, and this
I am convinced i the case from my own expert
euce ; therefore I speK wun connuence oi n uc
merit. . Yours,
JJj"See advertisement in thia pal er. ' 4wI4
War Bronchitis, Throat Diseases, Hatting cough
and the 'effects of imprudent use of Mercury. No
medicide has ever.beeu discovered which has ef
fected sueh cure as Carter's Spanish Mi xttire.
Throat di-aes produced by salivation, flacking
Cough, Bronchial Affections. Liver DUeac,
ralgia and Rheumatism, have all been relieved and
cured in a wonderful manner, by the great purifier
of the blood. Carter's Spanish Mixture.
. The case of Mr. T. H. Ramsey alone should sat
isfy any wbo doubt. Call on the Agent andprocure
a nam unlet containing cures, which will astound
you. JEpSe advertisement. . . 4H
TO scilttOI TE.iCSSr.3IS.
The lard ..f Ex Humeri, d.-eniii.g it impor
tant tor ihn weit'are of Pul'irc Schonla that the
teachern and those designing to tieconie such,
n!H avail thi inse ves of every opportunity
ottered lor their arlvancement , beg
f-. ihp mi ucrmeiita to attend
rnrciiL College, ourinc tiie montit oi
lt. Instructions win on niven
branches c.f Science, ordinarily required in our
2d. Pesmahship tf'-'i thoroughly
and tvitemattcaliy. The l uirr intiu.emi.nltlie
Hnnril consider I.IBilIV u.u tcrmg
To tho.e who do not te.icli except ouring tne
-nl.! .(..-lMoii. a irood opjorluinty is offored
review their studies, which an acKiioienS
o tine qua. non to success.
Tn those who do not consu er nn.c.
thoroughly prepared lor teachiii;,afinechance
is given to make a due prcpaiation for their
To those w no nave never wuin
portuuity is an or oca in gain nm r:.".i.
knuwledge. In a word, we tnty say, that in
our opinion there is sufficient inducemeutor
all who have taught or wish to teach, to spenu
a few week in attendance upon these Lec
Prol. Tbacy needs no commendation ironi
a is known to vou. Ol Mr. l.xtsctx wc
., mr.lv that in our iudzment, he wiil spare
no labor or expense in jnytui ia "l"
fieJ instructors to assist.
M. MAY. I uoara nj
. . -- ALEX. BARTLETT, i Examiners.
Note. Mr. SHurE, our fellow Examiner, is
now absent from tha State, but we are lolly
persuided that he would most heartily sub
scribe to tins recommcnouuuu cm no
- Mansfield, Aug. 3, Hoi. 2wl0 . ,
MICHAEL MILLER presents his regards
to his friends and the public generally,
,ml reapectlully announces thai he haa opened
a Public" House for' tho accommodation ofthc
traveling public, directly opposite the Snmp
aell House, Main Street, -Ashla-d, where he
will be-glad to accommodate all who may favor
him with a call. Hie table will aiway be sup
plied with the luxuries of the season His
parlors and aleeping apartments are large and
commodious. Good stabling for borMs will also
be provided, and afaithl'ul Hostler always in
Boarding for private families or single per
sons can be had at reasonr-me rates.
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT
- In connection with the HnH, he will also
continue to keep open his BAKERY AND RES-
TAR ANT, where he wilt at an limes Keep on
Confectionaries, Pies, Bread. Cakes
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, in short
-verv luxury to be tounrl ol tne tauies oi msi
.Iu., .utintt houses.
to- He wishes it distinctly understood, that no
HTOXlCATnii Liai OBN .
will be kept, either in the Hotel or saloon.
Ashland, March bth, 1854- n42 if.
Dili, 1,. A IKAXli would re
sppctfullr inform the citixensof Ashland
... ...... .U-... I... .-a -abr.o.atKfl tk.nl.
anu vicililiv, iii.il nu;; n..... . ...
solves together f"r the practice or a'pmrinc
and Surcory in all their various brandies, and
l y diligence and close attention to their otfice,
nnl prompt aliondancn upon all calls at all
hours, tliey hope to merit a in"-rai snare "i
pu'lllC patronage. LIAKK O.I'Ta nm mini.
to ail ihnse who have heretofore favored him
with tlu-ir business, and will ho under renew
ed obligations lor a continuance or the same.
Dr. ("bake, will devote special nttention to the
study ad practice ot Surgery in all its vari
eties, and more psjmcml'y in all diseases ol
,h v.v . pit her acute or chronic. .
Sir Office, adjoining Millington's Drng,
Store. opDO-ite P.ci J. Kisser's ,t..re.
JXy-Dn. Clark's remdetice near the Metho
I;b. Crane's on third street opposite W .
8 P. II. CLA i:k, wi f.
1. L.CHANK, M. D.
April Qtli, 1S54 n4Stl
6L 'X'bdLJbi-L-Xj AMTJ'S
-f- ROP RI ETOR of the above Machine, re-
tf spectfully announces that he is now
making, and will keep constantly on hand for
I. those celebrated mactiines. l ney win
readily hull Irom twenty vj six-.y uunntu
Clover Seed per day, anu nave no tupenor
,ih.r in construction. chPanncss or enecttve
uess. The Proprietor challenges and invites com
Pnrmers will do well to ea'l and examine
these machines, before purchasing elsowhere.
Price of machines, $a0.
For sale at the Simp of D. Whiting, Ashland,
and at the Shop ot 1. s. sutucriana, nooui it
miles south of Ashland.
Athland, July 28th, 1654. . 49
For the Mercantile Course, Tine unlimited. $40 00
The semo Couise for ladies 85 00
Twenty Lessons iu Piaclical Penmanship
For full Course in Flourishiug, oic V5 iti
The Principal or the insiiiuiioo, cumcu ay mo
wants and experiences oi ine mcnaiiuic mmiuuup
y has hrcceutly secureasouie oi mc kiikbi iiicii,u
the stale as Instructors and lecturers tu tne va
nous departments ot uie ionrgo - -
The Prcfj of the f-cience ot Accounts, pas nau
an experience of eight or nine years ,n Commer
cial Affairs, alternating his time, partly as Teach
er in the Mercantile Colleges of Ciuciuati, Pitts-
burgh ami C leveland, anu partly as an itiuii r,oun
keci.eriu the best Business House iu the Country
Tlie.c rave Qualification, yet so desirable and so
seldom found in our -Mercantile Schools, will en
able tins College to imial't a more inorougn
knowledge of the rial ttiinutia ot fi'acltcal anu
Theoretical BooK-Kcepii g than can be had proba-
hi in nv sinnlsr lustitutiou in the u. Males.
' hi. i-iiriinct nl L on luei ciai c.aii-uiiLLioii m
.vn mnrr tiroiTiiri'llCG ill this tliail in mOSt lllSlitU-
tious of the kind, since a separate cuair is to ot ucj
voted to it besltii.-! tne usual insirutuon givt-n uj
i.. ti. )rnr. or Accounts. 1 lie modus operanui
of Teaching ia entirely new and original pursued
by no iMcrcantiie fccnooi louno nr no ici uuon.
.mi n,av hp IiikI Iv and nrooerlv st led ' telegraphic
i ii. i,iiire. since it will abiidee the labors of
i.. ii-rr.iiiiiiiiit. more than one nau-
Penmaiii-liip ill adUlllon to me ufuai uieiuoon
....,,.. win ho t.in.-ht new and unnvauea ys
ler.i of Chirythmography, developed by the Princi
pal in his extensive experience as lusiruciur in 1110
rubllO CPOOIS Ol lllis Uiiy nu cipc.i.c,.
ystem will produce the popular commercial nana
of the day, in about half tho time usually devoted
to that purpose. .. .' .
Tt-v I'nr im tlier narttculars see circular just is
sued and the regular catalogues. Send for them by
Cleveland. Au?. 2. JS54. u
ClOYES nULLLNG & CLEANING MACHINE
ITT AS : awarded the Firsi Premium at the
XX- World's Fair, in New York,, in 1853
Also at the Ohio State Fairs, 'or three success
ive vaararand at all other plrces, whenever
exhibited'. Warranted to hull and clean from 20
tn all hnnhels nerdav. or from 2 to 0 bushels pe
hour: and with a new improvement, (now be
ing Patented) to be attached to tne Machines
made in lS54,thcy will hull and clean one fourth
more in the same time.
For sale by M. H. MANSFIELD,
Sole iUanul.ictui cr, Asniann, onm.
June 14, 1854. u3tf.
" N. B. Prosecutions will be promptly com
menced for any infringement ol the rights of
he Pattentce. M. H. M.
: - Treufe
lrpHE Tax-payers of Ashland. County
I A are heieby notified" tbaf the per centum
levied on the taxable property ot saiu bounty,
' thn-yaar 18-74, on euc.U doilar-avalualiou is
tniJows : .-....-',.;, , . .. ,.
or State and Common Schools,. 3 11-20 mills.
Coi nty purposes,. s 1. oo
do Bridge ' do .i... ... a l do
do Poor ' : do :'-,..-..-, 2-16 d.-
do Road - do . .......... t
Total, .Wi'.'.'.". 6 13-20 do '
To which is added by the Township Trustees,
ownshio School Boards of Education, ana
orporstion Officers, the following Taxp t
Lake Township Tax 3-10 mills.
do do Tuition lax to zu ao
chool District No. 3 3 1-10 . do
do- . do do 5. ......... . ll-o do
Mohecsn Township lax 3-iiU ao
chool District No. 1 7 do
do do do 5 I-z do
Jeromeville School District..-..
erry Township fax.. . 3-10 do
do do school tax..... i-iu no
School District Number 4.... 9-10 do
do do do y. . . . t 7-ltl do
do do do 10.... 2 2-10 do
a0 do do 11.... . 7 do
ackson Township Tax........ 3-10 do
do do bcliool lax.... i-tu ao.
:hool D.strict Number 2.... 7-20 do
do do do 4.... 9 20 do
M:fflin Township Tax... 1-5 do
School District .Number a.... J oo
do do do 3.... 14 1-S do
cjo do do 4. I do
do " do do 6.... 9 4-5 do
Milton Township Tax 3-10 do
do do tichool ia 2 1-20 do
Clear Creek Township Tax .... 9-20 do
do do do Schoor lax. 1 l-xu do
chool District number I,....
Ruggles Township Tax......
Troy Township Tax
do do scnooi tax. . .
Sullivan township tax
do - do school tax .
Hanover township tax .......
do do school tax. .
Green township tax.........
do co school tax.
School district number 2.. . . .
Hugh McKibbru, 1
V3. In Ashland Common
Benj unin Landis, alia3 f Picas.
f l. t a.
PURSUANT to the command of a alias i
F. issued in the above case Irom the C m
i t iiniiiii.it l i:as.ot As nan. I i.ouniyano c-ine
f tlhio. to me d reeled. 1 will expose to Pub
i .snip, at tho dour ol' the Court House in said
county, on .
Monday, the Wth day of September,
A. D.. 1S54. between tho hours of ten o'Iock,
A. M-. and four o'clock, P. M., of said day
the loilowing described Real Ks'ate, sunoic
and being in the county of Asblaud and State
if Ol io. to wit: Lot number iwcmi-two in
tho first addition to the original surveyed Plat
village ot Rowsburg, situate in the souin
uoat pi.roer of the south-east Quarter of arc
iinn fiiiopn. TownshiD twenty two. Range hi-
lets, beinir fillv-eicht feet in i'ront. by one hun
.lr.. I and sixtv-eielit back, also nine feet ten
indies in trout, by one Iwinqrcd atid sixty-cigni
h.ii-k. and ol lot number twenty three in the
addition aforesaid. Terms of sale -Cash. '
J. D. JONES, Sheritl.
August, 9th, 1854. g 1 t8. pf 4,121 -
New Cabinet Y7arerponi
rftflE subscriber respectfully ancounces
i that he h is pcrinaneully located himsell
in tho town of Orange, Asliiand county, Ohio,
where he is prepared to manufacture ail kind
ol Cabinet Ware, such ns,1
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS,
- Dining s'ub'ts. Centre Tables,
vr. a. Xi-JiO-riiri'03tlIJir CHAIRS..
ordi-r.iin mo kiiiiiicsi iiuuuc mo i n"-
. i, .:....!.. .ii...i!iinn;vMiln
sonablc terms. i Miuiiinii .mcmi.... fc. .
UN DERTAKINli BUSINESS !
Country Produce taken in exchange lor work,
uid Cash always acceptable.
jeiri. i . ii.ii.
Orange, April'5, 1S54. 46t
LATEST "sUlilM Hit. STYLES!
MRS. riLGRIM i CO., would rcspccttuliy
iniorin the Ladies ol Ashland , and vicin
ity, that tney stilt continue ure
'wii'iinei-y ami Dress ilaking IIusiucss,
at their old stand, one door east of the ' Times'
printing n fl ee, nnd having just recrived the
LA I KM Mj.M.vir.rt 1 l l. r..-, nno nolo mcii
long experience in the biisincas, leel tullv con
fident ot' giving entire aatrsl'action to allvho
mav favor them v itli their patronage.
Ashland, Jul; 5, l-io4. nott
. . Purtitiext Notice.
'TflHS Scott, sen., and Matilda bis wife Da.
a I . iA Sr-i.ti and KJizabetb his wife, Joseph
Nrnl Inn d Khzabolh his wife. Samuel Scott and
Mary. Ann hia wife, Willialii Gilmore nnd Nan
cy his wife, John Alexander, jr., and Mary his
wile, George Smith, John Smith,. David Smith,
Smith. John Scott, jr., and Elizabeth
bia ifp. will take notice that a Petition was
filed asai.-i them on the 8lh day ofJuly, A.
D ixo-,, io inn -Court aitioamoarian oi jvu
laud County ,.U. no, by Walter Craig and Elixa
beib bis av lis, aud .is now pending, wheretn the
said Walter Craig and Elizabeth his wife, de
mand Partition oftba following Real Estate, to
witi The sooth east quarter ot section twenty-
vpn tAivnshiji twentv-one. of Ratine sixteen,
situata in tiie Coun'y of Ashland, and State of
Ohio, co ntaining one hundred and sixty acres
snore or less; aad also the north East quarter
of section twenty-four, township, tour, north
rtnge nine east, situate in the County of Wood
and state at Ohio, containing one hundred and
sixty a-crea, mare or less; and that at-the next
term of said Court, application will bo made
by the said Walter Craig and Elixabeih his wile
for an order that partition may be made by a id
premises. WALlMi i kaio,
Hy Fulton & McComb. their Atty'a
July 12, 1854 67
I'll! Fit!! Fit!!!
TT EWIS & FLETCHERS' Vegetable Com
j pound for the cure ot Epi'ipsy or Fits a
recently uiscovereo lanuuajie amuicnis
niirplv veretaiile. for the cure of this dread
fill diseases. Jus: r.c jivcti an- for .ly by
R. II CHulilt A Co.
- . - ... . Di j,;gia'.s, Ashlaud, O.
July ' ISA II 7-. .
A FRESH supply f IVrighfs Indian Vega
etahlc Fill, a stan t ird tvngiisn meoicine,
r... ihp revRntion aud cure of disease, to aid
and improve digestion and purify the blood
Por sale at the new Dru ; Store in Ashlaua
ty ROLLA H. CHUBB StCO.
. AdiainisJ"u;toy'a Notice.
riHE undersigned ha been duly appointed
and qualified as Administrator of the ' state
of Henry D. Over, late of Perry township, Ash
land county, Ohio, deceased. '
August 16, 1854, - 3rl2
BACON'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE
NORTH-WEST CORNER SIXTH AND WALNUT
1 PERSONS desirous of becoming thorrugh
I and accomplished accountants, will bud
ureatlv to their advantage to call on the on-
lorsiirned. before ennaeinz elsewhere.as he iB
Drcnareu to Demonstrate , iuu y, tuai in uttuur
modations for students, the comprehensiveness
ol the course ot instruction, and facilities loi
nrocurine situations for those desirous of ob
iiiinintr them, are unsurpassed, las it is be
lieved, unequaled.l by any similar institu
tion in the United States.
In addition to the, .regular course of instruc
tt n, there will be a
SERIES OF LECTURES
nn ti...ii-a of ureal importance in a commer
cial point of view, delivered by Hon. Ilellam
Sti.ror. K. D. ManBfield. Esq., Rev. Samue
w t'mhfr. Ifenrv C. Lord. Esq., Prof. Chas
vv Wriithf. and other eminent Lecturers an
Business men. These lectures being a new and
important feature not introduced in any of the
other mercantile t,oueges.
Nntwithstandine the creat expense atten
dant upon securing the services of able Lec
nrer and Assistants, the terms lor i uuio
will remain as heretofore, viz : -For
a full course of instruction icD E-Writinir-Comniercia.
Calculutiuu, leclures, &c 40 00
WritinrrftnUl nPT mOnlb.. aaa. 5 00
a iini'b - j y i
a . m.Mni. nr the Graduatine Class of Bacon
.. Mercantile Collccc. held in the Lecture Room
of College editice, Friday. 11th March, jle53, J. S.
u.ker ws anpoiuted chairman, aud Weston Ar
nold Secreiary. On motion; a committee of live
,r..,..rrt ol H. J. Bowman. J. S. Baker, K. J
-r ii K..,v,r .nil Geo. 7ichol. was ap
pointed 'to' report resolutions expressive of the
I . i..,...ii..l hv thi clnan Of the mer-
UlnU OPIlliOii t.l.."....- " J . ' -- -
,hi. i.iiiiiiiiiiiii. and of the character an
qualificationa of the Principal and his Assistants
v hereupon, the committee reported the rollovv
ing preamble and resolntious, which were unanl
..-1 . ..li.nl r-ri -
ivi....... We the mcnitcrs of the Graduat
ing Class of K. S. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
abLul to separate, desire to give expression vo uui
fceliugs of respect for ouresteemeil Instructor, and
.,r .hi.. ...iut.nis. Therefore.
That the thanks of the class are due
...,r o..,i i. inn inrs for thennitornikindness
k.ir .it...mii,iit inicril ua trbile in this Instit
-........ iin..i the thoroughness of the
Snstructiuiis hascniiiled them to our highest re
do do do 3.
do do do 6.
do do do 6. ......
do do do 8.........
do do do 9
do do do 10 .......
School district fraction tract at
tached to Richland county,
Vermillion township tax
do do school tax.
School district number 2
do do do 8. ......
co Co do 6. ......
Hayesville Corporation tax
Montgomery township tax .....
du do scnooi tax
School district number 2
Ashland Union school tax, .... .
do Corporation do.. ... .
Orange township tax
do eo scnooi tax.....
School district number 1. ......
do do do 9
I will attend bv mvself or deputy, at my of
fice, in the town of Ashland, from the fifteenth
day ot beptemner nam tne iweuiiem uay
December, to receive tne taxes, ah taxes re
maining unpaid at the expiration of that time
itl ha sent on1 for collection. - Nothing will
be received, in payment lor taxes, but gold and
silver, or notes ot solvent unio uanxs.
Under the law, as it now exists, it is neces
sary for tax-payers to have road receipts. "
vv. auii, -Treasurer
of Ashland County.
Treasurer's Office, Ashland, )
AniMist 17. 1854. f "-' ' '
Note. The list for several ot tho School
Districts not being, correct, iho per centum
could not be given. ,
Aug 23, 1854. . wu
2 1 10 do
2 S 10 dn
13 20 do
7 20 do
4 10 'o
1 1-5 do
7-10 do j
10 3 5 do
. 1-5 do
2 1-5 do
3 7-10 do
1 0 mills.
' 3-10 de
5 3 4 do
' 3-4 do
13 20 do .
6 3-5 do .
8 , do
op theT V
t enn.. JlgilLpaJ Unl veraitj jif Philadelphia;
f HE fiiU tans f,ttia, -aaw.MedicfV Senoo r
- I for Ladies, will commaaco on the 1st Mon
day in October, 1 854. and continue four months.
. The-ysra 3actorafoixHiraaed4a('JI
entirely new, and is more comprehensive,
thorough, liberafsnd practical than that of any
other Medical School io the corrnuy; It
basod, as tar as possible, upon the positive
Sciences; consequently, firee irom ail seot aod
dogmas. Tho brsnches of stud a divided
according to their natural order of succession,
and f aught in four progressiva course of ' tottt r
months each; there are two course in. aack
year, thus enauitng uie vruuenw to p -
ccaatvaly tnrouga ..i. wui cuima iuh Tija.,
years. By this arrangement the study is ran,
dercd easy, and postsed ol daily ixtcreasinf
interest. " ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " . " .1 ' it.
Ladies desiring a thoroughly scieatifie Medi
cal Education, or any part particularly interest-
ing them, have facilities here nowhar ela ta
we found. " . .
For AnnoonccmentscontainingTermi,(wlnasl -bill
always be made salisfactoiy.) Jiat af OlS
cers, Faculty, and other particulars, pleaaa ad
dress JOS. 8. LONGSHORE, M. D. Deak, : ,
No. 160Arch-st.,or Box 1083, Philadelphia I. O."
Aug. I6,l&54. 12tf
"jl EDI CAT ED INHALATION!
- A few JrSrlliod.
A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERT hai ,
recently been made by Dr. C'tmrij, for -the
cure of Asthma, Consumptios, Bronchitis;
Coughs, Colds, and all Lung Complaints, b
Medicated Inhalation. Dr. Curtis' BygeM, -Inhaling
Hygenian Vapor and Cherry Syrupl
has accomplished the most wonderful enrea of
Asthma and Consumption iti the City of Naar '
York and vicinity for a few months pat, ever
known to man. It is producing an irppreasios) r
on Disease of the lungs never before witness
ed by the Medical Profession. Sea certifi
cates in hands of Agents. ' '
The Inhaler is worn on the brea, uooei sum
linen, without the least intonvenienaa, lao
heat of the body being sumcient to evaporate ,
the fluid, supplying the longs contntly witB
a healing and agreeable vapor, passing rata)
all the air-cells and passages ot lha lungs that .
cannot possibly be reached oj oioar ntaiauis.
Here is a case : s
Brooxiis, N. Y., Dec. 20th, I86S.
For about eight yeata I have been severely
afflicted with the Asthma; for tba laat two.:
years I have suffered beyond til powar of de
scription : montn at a lime l nava am www .
able to sleep in bed, vetting what test I eealsl
sitting iu my chair. My difficulty ef breathing,,,
and mv snfl'erinas were so srreat at tint, lb a.
or hour together my friends expected asabi.
honr would oe my iost, uuring ma aim
yearn 1 have had the aid and attendance af.
some of the moat celebrated physicians, baa-
have received no permanent benefit, and oat
little relief. I at length had the good fortune
to proeaie Dr. Curtis' Hygaana Vapor aad '
Cherry Syrup. At the time I first obtained it.
I was si-Uering naasrvone ai my aaosi iwian
attacks, and was in great distress, almost sat
focating for want of breath, in lass man taav
minutes from the time I applied the Inhaler?
to ary stmomaeh, and took a taaspooarbi'of taov
Cherry ;rupr I waa relieved in a great saaaav.
ure from tlia -ditncutty -ot -Dreaming, anu aaw
a comforiable nights s I- xtave ine continued,
it with the greatest possible "benefit, and an.
now comparatively well. God only knows tno
amount of suffering this medicine baa relieved
me from. My advice to the suffering ia, 4t..t
' Consumption Cured.
New Yok, Dec. S7th, 1863.
I came to Naw York in the ahip Telegraph r
my native place is St. Johns, New Brunswick.
when I reached this city, my health was ry
poor : hsd a very Dad cougn, raiseu a goon aair
of matter, which waa frequently mixed witto
blood; uao pain in mj ic aiua,, j ;
tbin and cmaciuted. My friends and physician
, - NOTICE.
Amos C. Potter, "1
AI.A5SOS H AI.KbK announces to trie pnom,
that be is now prepared to maUc coftins on
the shortest notice, al prices mucn less mini mi-j
are made at auy other shop in Ashland. He can he
f innd at Kriechbaum's old shop, :td si., Asl-laud.
.May 7th, lt. '
C. A. llL'JItS, -
Manufacturer of Bool sand Shoes:
jk- rnHKEE dooxs helow the Times Print
JL iug Otlice, Ashland. O bio. Custom
f frl Work doue to order ou Lbe shortest notice
' and most reasonaole terms.
' December 14th. '30
Hesolccd, That we recommend to this Tiistitltu-;
tion to all who may aesire loaoiuu.
ial education, as attoruiiig tne greaioi.
for such acqtiisilii.'ii.
Resetted, t hat wc as a Class, am
to these proceedings, and that a copy oi lueiu o-j
. .-. .. .. .... i Ii. mihhahiil
elivered to iiacon, anu mn i
u ihe city riapeis.
II. A. Kowniau. B. BlacK, ra ..
Isaac Uaushninn, 3 S. Haker, Franhlta Elliott,
Vv. Carroll, r.. J. roisyiu, n. r,u..
Geoi je Nichol, G. H. Hughes, esion -inioiu..
aluesThonipson,"-1. ivyeer, u.nici i...
W. i . Kobiusou, beorge tlarvie, o. fl"!i-
o vi...... . M-ri,.i: f 'oi.i.eok. 14 The examina
tion of the student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a
deiee of proficiency on their part highly credit
able to themselves and -Mr. Bacon, their Instruc
tor The most difficult problems in Double iaitry
were as uuidly solved as me niosi siiiipiu.
ample proot to the audience that the inforniatroa
iini'artcdduring the session would he of -practical
benefit." Citi'i' Knqurrcraf March tat, leJ'.
The various complex questions pioposcu ,
Principal and oltter gealieuica preseui,
swered wilh great promptitude anu conciseness.
which reflects great creon upon tuc i-uui.c u... ,
nursued at this Institution." Cia. JJailf uaiciie.
r Va ntirival led as a teacher. - A di
ploma from this College in Cincinnati, is required
as a Hie gua noain obtaiuing situations in the best
Mercantile Mouses in large cnic. -"""'-
. ..... mk. 1853.
Mr Bacon has consti ucieu iuc i-pi'ci
his building expressly tor tne purpose, ui vU.-
rl alia WlLUOUl anV OOUIII, it l inw..
nlete arrangement ol i ne kiiiu i mt o. o....
1 ... . ... r. .... hj a tr.3.
4Ti.i n.-hi. iiiMiiiution is undoubtedly the most
.i.nui and tintshea esiannsnmenr, io,
poses in tae w-iriu. r-
r l .. ,ur , .. ill tl
rCD. . inj,. ..-
11 A li i ' Y H I; II I ! II H I..
a PRBTA1N LORD who went princely dressed
XTl once told Horspur that Phai inaceti waa the
soveriguest thing oir earth for inward wounds.
Well, we do not gainsay that; hut we do knov
that Prof. M. Leu is Gaivey's Colebratcd Keceipt
For Cuiiins and Waiving the Hair,
Strayed or ' Stolen !
-r-iBOM Maiii. field's Clover Machine hhop In-Asn
1 l.nil ().. on or about Saturday night the 19th mat..
ail Old Clover nailing bh-ihutt irr ii " -i - "
to any one except the owner, and nut very much
to biin ; said Machine was very much dilapidated.
being about 14 years om, or mere anouis.- i uc wn
cave aud cylinder made with nails drove in similar
io tl ose of the celebrated Sutherland Manufacture,
wtta movable coacsve. suob as never wa Known
before, and so as to prevent injury, etc.
This Machine is very much worn, the nail -ery
smooth, etc:, andean be readily recogoixed by any
on taking; particular notice to the above descrip
tion. A reasonable reward will be given for the re
turn of said Machine, or any information-that w 11
lead to the detection of the peipetratois of theabove
theft. Don't forget the movable concave
- . Al. H. .MANSFIELD.
' ' A shland, Aug. 23, 1554. 3 w 13
TOTICE is hereby iiiven, that the
signed ho been appointed and qualified
as Administrator of the Estate ot Jesse r.vans,
deceased, of Lake township, Ashland county,
Ohio. Those who know themselves to he in
debted to said Estate are requested to make ini
medi.ilo payment. All claims against sa d Es
tate are required to present them legally au
thenticated for settlement within one year from
this date. .. JUT'ICE WEATHERBEE,
- - Adra'r of Jesse Evans, dee'd. -Aug.
16th, 1854. 3wl2
"is the'sovereigncet thing on earth." The pro
prietor, on leaving France, procured of the eele
hrated C- emist and Physiologist, Noas.JAO.Ui-S,
hi. nin.i.i. ...... 1 1 1 .1 .n immense exueils.
. A U.nersons desirous of bavins their Hair curled
and waive in beautilul ringlets till the latest period
of life cau have tne same iur oue uuim, i". i
Ti,ii tia riisenverv which most persons have rea-
. J.,.,1,1 -Human tntrenUitV has Sought for
v-ara to perfeot at HAIR A,l(iUll that woulol curl
and waive i. and one that should combine the
r.niiiait,.a tn irive Uie hair a beautliui limuiaj 1 ,
aud at the same time not injure it. All former at
tempts have failed. The compounds would curl lbs
... .. i , ..,,. i, r.tw
hair, bui tney wouiu sci'im, duh ....... . ,
Ri-.w i..-.-.r tha-ihinv has heen accomplished ;
.ni.i.dirf u.ir r .irllnr I.ioui I which Profs.
U I.r.,iia r.rvav ai ,1 II V TOO H. Kobb offer tO th
public may be relied upon as a preparation com
! .,-A ......ii. .liariivffred chemical priucl'
plea, which have received Uie sanction of the most
eminent professor of that science. Itgives the
hair a soft glossy appearance and causes it to curl
and waive in sueh beautiful ringlets that the most
.-...in I n a nrnnn can not but admire them. It does
T---.:. t.... . r . i. ; ..i.i.ta.aan
jiotuestroy tne vnamj oi mo wa, , - - -r
iiiQ.,, , r... not irritate or stain the curted;
warms tne tnanguiaa nurei wuu ....... -
in.wrri-niihlr hranclies in a natural activity, and
r.ii. r.r ...rraa It ha beeu before the pub
lie but a few weeks, yet its merits have already
established it. Such ever whelming popularity was
never known at auy age. of the world before. Iu
Ihi western and southern States, it bas become the
,,iv rciiahte Hair Curling Liauid in use. The re-
ceipe will ba sent to any part of the Unit"d States
by sending one dollar. ' "
TT7 Beware of counterfeits All letters should
be directed to Prof. M. LOUIS GAKVtY, and
. BVKON H. KOBB, only.
Aug. 23. 1831. nl3-3m
limcrsoii'i, American Hair Uet-tnra t i e.
si,-. if Vin i 55f!
SIII'S wanted Lv the subscriber, at hi
Ashery in Ashland, for which the highest
niarb ct price will be paid in gooda.
r T. :. BUSHNELL.
JTOR restoring the Hairon heads hopelesslv
Bald, andto prevent the hair from fall
ing, is tvinnin j gold n opinions from persons
who ar? using it. tins is a new article, re
cently intreduccd to the public, and will
stand on its own merits. Some of the bes
citizens ol Cleveland and Pittsburg, who were
hopelessly bald a few months since, have.
how the evidence on their heads to shew ot
its merits. The proprietors have such confi
dence in it that they authorize their agents
to take heads on guarantees price to be
agreed upou between the parties.
C.&J Kisser. I AshlaI1J.
N. S. S All SELI-,
Haves Sc Kinninger, Hayesville.
K. FISHER it. CO., Proprietors,
57, Superior St., Cleveland, Ohio.
May 15,1863, ly4
THE School Examiners of Ashland
will hold their next Public Kxan
follows: . . ,
In Ashland, on tne tniru i-aiiimnj i
Savannah, ou the second t-atai-day oi juiy
Hayesville, ou the second Saturday of September.
At Ashland, on the first Saturday of Octobar. Al
so, at the mm place, on the Ih.rd Saturday of
October. . ,..
Each applicant for a teiuncui -"v
to furnish evidence of a good moral character.
Examinatiors to commeoce at 19 o'clock, A. m.
B-y order ol th Jooai. ..... ,
ii. W. HILL, Sec'y.
Ashland. May 10th, 1HS4. 51 tf
A NEW AND IMPORTANT
tiohtF! TO TRAVELIiLUtS.
I ' signed has
Or Great Western Hair Restorative
Tl" promotes the growth, softens, makes per
mancut. and rest -i-es tne natural color o
The hnir. It ri res h ea I th to the skin and to th
.rlnnrls which form the hair: removes all
Scurf, Dandruff, Eruptions and Feverish Hea
1'rr.rr, thitarriln. It fastens hair prevents bald
ne s, ajd even causes a full growti. where the
hair has fallen off. It contains no coloring mat
ter, but effects its wonderful changes in the
condition ol the hair, by gt'ing neaun to
the skin of the head, and glands which form
the hair. ..',,,'
Price 50 cts. per bottle. A 'thcral deduc
tion made to wholesale purchasers. Address J.
HIGH WARDEN, Ashland, Ashland county,
Ohio. " -
January, Uth, 1S53 ' ?4tf
ny instance a writ of Attachment was this
com m e a c
running Sat EX-
-w PRES from
... . - t.L ..J
iu.,i:, ...1 I.oudonvilie leaving jsni.iuu
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday af 8 o'l
clock, A.M.audarnviag at Loudonville at 2P,
M . eoaaectina withtbe 3 o'clock P. M. train
for Pittsburgh and the 4 o'clock P M train tor
Crestline same days. Leaving Loudonville
Tncailiv. Tbursdav and Saturday on
the arrival ol Eaateru train at 10 A.M., and
arrives ut Ashland at 3 P. M-, thereby enab
ling passengersto go either East or Weston
the cars same day, or those coming oa rooming
train cither 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 tbeir business and re
tfrn the same trip, and xict terta. Fare
through one dollar.
A liberal deduction to families and pleas
un parties. Enquire of the undeisigned at
the Franklin House in Ashland, or at the
Railroad Depot, or Post Office in Loudonville.
W. ROBESON, Proprietor.
Passengers tak n to or from any Hotel ei
ther at Ashlnnd or Loudonville.
Ashland, July 13, 1853. . 3mS
In Ashland Common
Daniel Beach, Sen., r - Pleas.
and ntl era. I - ' ?
Tv ANIEL BEACH, Sen., Daniel B. Beach
I I Henrv C. Washburn, William W.AVake
man, and Zalman B. Wakeman, Executors o
he Inst will and testament of Jessup Wakeman
deceased, and the other children and heirs at
law of said Jessup Wakeman, ore nereuy noit
fiprl. that on the 14th day ot July, A. D., 1854
a Petition was filed against them in the Court of
Common Pleaa of Ashlapd County, Ohio, and
where the same is now pending, and that among
other things it is charged in said Petition, that
said Jessup Wakeman in his life time, was the
owner ot a largequantity ot iano, in me i own
ship of Ruggies.in theCounty of Ashland, Ohio
and that he constituted, and appointed Daoie
tt.,rh Sen., his arent in Rueeles, to manage
.oil nnd disnose of said lands for him. And
that as such-agent he sold the South half of lot
number thirtv-fiyeOlSj JjuiijI Uttlhe third sec
..r-frnirrrtes Townshio. tnen in Hurari. now
n said Ashland County, to onemarvin rvicnaru.
.on. in the year A. D. IS30, ano mat suiu men
.r.icon. immediately took possession of i
!,..! nnd made lull Davment inereior. nu
that on or about the 11th day of March, 1836
..i rtli-.bardson. sold said land to one tiraaie
Potter, aud that in the spring ot loiu, saia
Bradly Potter, sold said land tor the sum of five
hnndred and twenty-five dollars to Amos C. I
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 lorth that neither tne sum jessup
Wakeman in. his life time, nor his Executors,
orheiis at law since his death, nor the said
Daniel Beach, Sen., as his agent nave mnoe a
Deed for said land, to said Marvin Richardson,
the original porchaser, or to any of bis assigns,
although said agent wa often requested, and
often promised so to do.
Tho Petition further ctinrgei , and sets forth
that in the month f March, A. D., 1854, and
while the said Plaintiff was in possession of tbe
land, the DeOndanta Daniel B. Beach and
Henry C-Washburn, well knowing that the
Plaintiff was the owner of the land, made, o
pretended to makes purchase of said landliom
the said Executora of said Jessup Wakeman,
and that Plaintiff bas been informed, that some,
time in the month of May, 1854, the said Ex
ecators made out and forwarded a Deed from
the State of Connecticut, wneie tney resiuo io
said Beach and Washburn, conveying to them
the title to said land, and that ssio ceacn ana
Washburn, under their pretended contract, at
tempted to take forcible possession ol said
premises, ty turning upon mem a ,.. u..
cattle, well knowing Plaintiffs right to the same.
The object and prayer ol said Petitioa is,
that the contract if any made between tha said
r.nnloi R. Beach and Henry c. wasnQurn.uiiu
the said Executors of Jessup Wakeman be set
aside, und annulled, and that the Deed made
by aaid Executors to said Beach and Washburn
be set aside, cancelled, and decreed and be
null and void: and that tbe title to aaid land be
decreed to be in the Plaintiff, and for genera
roliaf.v And said Defendant. are further noti
bed last unless they appear, aud plead, answer
or demur to said Petition, oa or before the third
nr...i. after therreturn day of process, the
D.,.i,n ill he taken as true. and. a. decree
asked for accordingly- : ; -.
KELLOGG & ALLISON,,
- FULTON fe McCOMBS,
- -. . PltBs Atty'a
Joly 19th, 1854. X. r w8 '
mill anu . in" v. ... - - j r - ,
pronounced mj cise Consumption, and beyonow
the rench of inediciae.- I accidentally hearsT
ol Dr. Curtis' nygenia, or innuiiug ,jB
pI)r and Cherry Syrup, and obtained a package,;
which I verily believe was tha means or saving-
mv life- Soon sner wearing
took Ihe Cherry Syrnp
tha Inhaler. 1'
directed, and coa-r
tianed to do so, my couyn rmi.ii; '"---belter.
until it entirelj left me, snd l.noweoa
sider myself cured- I still wearbo lahalar.-r
as the use of it is rather plesant,and believing
it strengthening and puritjing to tha lungs, Ii
fuel unwilling at present to dispense with it..
Sold by Boyd k Paul, No 149 Caanabora M:
C. H. Ring, corner of jobn ntreet-axid Broad
way, N. Y. Price $3 a package.
N B. Any person inclosing ff 3 to BoyC asx
Paul, or Curtis St Perkins, Near York, wil ra-'
ceive a package containing a.bnttle of Hygaaa
Vapor, one of Cherry Syrup, and an labaler.'
in a neat box, by express, Ireo to any part ori
tbe United Siates; or four package for 1 10-
June 7.. 1854
s ji a , k o w th irseiF.
ra livitliiaMiisaK lor ivr-,,-.--
ran-ists, A MOS LKWis wisues it uesinn-i
yL,-7--f V understood that he bas not quit tl
Lively huesiueas. and that he has just made qui
an aditiou to his Stable in Ihe the articles of Bug
gies and S!:4U horses.
His Stable is now kept immediately back of
tbe Sanipsel House. Customers can always find
some person to attend to them either at the-Sla-ble
or the Sanipsel House. Passengers carriedfrom
Ashland lu auy uirccllou, i iuoacii. i.icn.
tviay li, tool.
VOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned
IN haVe been duly appointed Executors of the Es
tate of John Pullock, late of Clcarcreek township,
Ashland couuty and State of Ohio, deceased, and are
authorized to settle the same. Persons having
claims against said estate are requested to picseui
A rf. i....i h Homer Pe'cK. a Juslice of tne j them duly authenticated for sellleineut, aud those
Peace lor Kustrlcs to w nship. Ashland counlj , unin,
agaiust ihe propel ly aud effects ol John A. Bonuell,
a uon-iesideiii debtor, lia'td this llih day ol July
A. D-. 1H54. JAMS BUCKINGHAM.
Aug. 9, 54.-3wl0 JAP. GKINNOLD.
Who are indebted to said Estate are requeated to
make immediate pameut.
. . J. N. SLONECKEK,
Aug.9, 1854 -3WI1 j Executors.
PROBATE NOTICE. .
miic Tniinuiinn- F.seentors and Administrators
I having filed tbeir accounts in the Court of
Probate ot Ashland county, inio, mr seiuc
tnent, tho same are ordered tobe published in
ho A ah and Onion, a newspaper prinicu in
said County for thrco weeks prior to the next
teim f said Court, to wit :
The filial acrt- of John Smith, Administrator of
Henry matiy, occeasea.
The final sect, of Henry Hough. Admintslrator
of Solomon Hough, dee'd.
The final sect, of Sarili. Bare, Adm'r of Adam
- " Bare, dcc'tl.' "
The final acct. of John C. Wright, Adm'r of
Joseph Wright, dee d.
The final acct. of William McNeil, Adm'r
Ida Scott, dee'd.
The finil acct. ot Martin A. McHose, Adm'r of
:. Peter Weaver, dee'd. :
The final acct. of Isaac Kauffman, Executor o
John Kauffnian, dee'd.
The partial acct. of Daniel Darrough, Adm'r o
Thomas Darrouuh, dee'd.
The partial acct of Violet Colmery, Adm'r of
V llliam loimery, uec u.
The partial acct of Geo.fe Lewis Cuthrie, A dm'
i, . of Richard Guthrie. dee'd.
The Darlial acct of S. P. Jones, Adm'r of Geo
and the same are continued for the inspection
of anv Dersbn interesied, and will be for hear
ing at the next term of said Conrt. -
, 7 ..',--... A- L. CURTIS, Probate Judge
August 14th 1S54. 4wI2
' Adintralatrator'a Notice.
TnTirB i. h.rhv aiven. that the undersigned
i have been appointed and qualified as Adiniuis-
r.i..r. nr th Ksiate of Hamilton Arthur, deceased .
All persons knowing themselves in.'ebtcd to said
Karate, are reauested to make immediate payment.
and those having i laims against said Estate are
requested to present their accounts legally auiuun
lii-aieu, muuu uuc iw iivm mi
M AHOAKET ARTHUR,
a. Copy . "
1 rf Ann Copies sold in less than a year. A,
AUUjVJU.U new edition, reviaedaodimprov-4.,
Dr. Hchter's Medical Manual and hand Boom Tow
ths affictcd Containing an outline of th ortgla,
progieas, treatment and cure of every form ol U
ease contracted by promiscuous exual Intercourse,
by self-abuse or by sexual excess, with advice for
their prevention, written in a famtliarstyle, avoide.
iug all medical technicalities, and every thing taatt
would offend ihe ear o decency ; with aa aaUiaan
of complaints Incident to Females, from the rssalti.
of some twenty years' successful practita, asclOn
ively devoted to the cure of diseases at a, delicatoy
or private nature.
To which is added receipt for lh ur of, tha,
above diseases, and a treatise oa th c-ausea.aym.fl..
torn and cure of the Fever and Agues
Testimony of TheProfesoonef Oostsries in Jaa.
Collac, Philadelphia " Dr. HosTsa's MedicalMon
ual.'' The author oftbtawork.nnlikstlMmajoritr
of those who advertis to cure th diseases of which
it treats Is a graduate of one of th best ColUge ia
the United Slate. It afford mrpiaasur to rea
mend hiin to the unfortunate, or to tha victim or
malpractice, as a successful and experienced prac
titioner, .n whoso honor aad iotsgrny tksy aaax;
-. I , 'i. ar.atai Minf dIIC,.
r a. , , ... e i nKno nrTJT? ar via
a- t-..j j jir . mf Psnn. Vnsmaroismi.
Philadelphia. It gives me plassur to add my testi
mony to tho professional ability or in a-aiaoraBf
the Manica.t Maoa.i." Numerous case of Dis
ease of te Genital Organs, aom af tkarn of least.
tending, base comeoader my notice, la waicaaa
skill bas oaau maunes. k v w r-------
health. In some cases wnere it pairsa.
conaidcxed beyond medical aid. la tba Uaatsssmt
of Seminal weakpesses, or disarrang.!.- v"
functions produced by self-abuor Kcsarva-
ery. 1 do not know bis prr la tba prowssioa-
I have been acquainieo wnu m -.- -.-
ty years, and deem it no mora than justice to Bias,
as well at kiiidn to the unfortunate victim off
early indiscretion, to recommend him a ana i
wbos professional skill aad integrity the soar
safely coufide themselves. ;
aiiPRCIi Oi:n a,
This is, without exception, the moat unysw
bensiv and intelligible work pususnea oa a
lass of disease or wnicn it ire. is.
technical term, it addres itself to ia reasoa
its readers, it is free from all objectionabl mat
ter, and no parent, nowever lasiiaioua wi.v.
to placing it ia tbe bauds or bis sons. Tbs autaaar
has devoted many years to the tratxQn at thai
darious complainU treated, of, ana; vnta lam umtm
breath to puff, and too Hill prssumgtuan a uuu
pose, he has offered to th world, at th menhy nomi
nal price oiasvcanu, the fruit o soma tweaas yaar
mostsuccesaiui pracucc. nrram. -:
"No -teacher or parent should' Be vrttlroaa ta
knowledge imparted ia 4a.i invaluable- wtk- H
would sav years of pain, mortification and sorrow
to the youth ander theircbarg."-P.pf' lrVsar
A Presbyterian eiergywau uvm,
Hunter's Medical Manual" says : " Thousand
upon thousands of our yonth, by evil example ana
influence cf the passions, have .been led into tba
habit or seir-pollution, without realizing the sin anal
fearful consequences upen themselves und tbeiraos
terity The constitution of thousaads who aro
Ta'sin? families have been enfeebled, if not broken
down, and tbey do not know the cause or th ar.
Anything that can be done so to enlighten and in
fluence the public mind as to check, and ultimately
tu remove thi wide spread sourca of ha man
wretchedness, would confer tbe greatest blessing
next to the relisi'-n cf Jesus Christ, oa tha present
aud coming generation, lnteiuparaace (or th aso
of iutoxicatiug drinks) though It has slain thou
sands, is not a greater scours to lha human rac.
Accept my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, be
lieve me, your co.worker in the good work yoa ara
so aciively engaged in . ,,. ia
One sopy (securely envelopd)"ivUlb forwarded,
free c f po age, to any part of tbe Uaitad State far
25centa.or six copies for al. Address, ( post paid )
CDSUKN ci CO., Publishers, or Box 196, Folia.
Tr-?" Bookseller. Canvasser amd Book Agsata
supplied on the most liberal termv ' -
Aug. 16ih, 1834. "12-1T
ItELlEF IN TEN MINUTES It
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFER8ara aataiU
ing in the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Sore Throats, Hoarseaeea,
Uifficolt Breathing, Incipient Conumption, aad
Diseases of the Lungs. They havo ao Uste ot
medicine, andany child will take them. Thoa
sands have beeu restored to health that bad
before dispaired. Testimony given in hundred
of cases. A single dose relievea ia tan aniaw
Ask for Bryan' Pulmonic Wafers the orig
inal and only genuine is stamped "Bryan."
Spuri-i kinds are offered for sale. Twenty,
five cent a box... Sold by dealers generally.
J .BRYAN & Co., Rochester, Naw York, Fro
prtctors. Wholesale by J. D. Park, Claoia
nali, Ohio : W.Fiske Cleveland, Ohio
February 8, 1854 n38tf.
Aug. 23. 1654.-3W13 .
FROM three to" five dollars per day, war.
ranted many young-man of energy. Ad
dress, Post-paid, A-.P. CcmsT, New Loidon,
Huron County, ObitT, -. : j. ' r
July26tbx.IS54. . , ' ftr,..
, - .V'