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Caataid me tt, I never awor tml lov
T thoa ealj , ft high, aa I aa. ei toot
woad, jar, haw yoa supposed that I aouU
look ao low t
Taera'a iu; a eao eaa tiaa kaot who caa aot
. a but. ....
BuJ,voa mast confess, my !oa, tha bargaia'a
For aor'eoald w make a stoic, although w
mad a a pair
troage, I kaow, makes eao ef two; bat
hata'a tha horrid bore.
My frioad a declare if job ara out, that I at least
Tia true, the maraliata hare aaid, that Lore
has got ao eyes,
Bat why should all my sighs be beared for one
who baa bo size t
Aad oa our wedding day I'm sore I'd les.ro yoa
is the larch,
For 70a sever aaw a steeple, dear, ia tha in
aide of a chorch.
Tie asaal for a wife to take her hatband by the
' ' arm.
Bat pray excuse ma ahauld I hint a aort of food
That wheal offered yoa my arm, that happiness
. to beg.
Toar highest efforts, dear, would bo to Uke ma
- by the leg.
I do admit t wear a glass, because my sight's
Bet good ;
Bat war X always qaizsiag yoa, it might be
coasted rede ;
Aad tboagh I aso a coacave leas, by all tha
goda I hope
My wife will ae'er look op to ma thro' a
Then fare thee well, my gentle one, I ask ao
, partiag kiss j
I aim aot break my baek to giia ao exqais-
.ita a bliss;
Not will I weep lest I shot Id hart ao delicate
v a nower 1
The teara that fill from sack a height woald
.00 a taaader-abower.
raroweH I aad a ray don't throw veoreeir ia a
. ' baaia sir a tab.
For that weald bo a sore disgrace to all tha
Six Fee CI alt.
Baa it yoa over, lore agaia,loTe oa a smaller
Car way oxtoad to sis feet three the life that's
bat a epaaf KOUERT BELL.
;;; bbtje. -ctabsiso."""
A fxigbtfnl scene oocurred lately at the
theater at Cierny, in Bohemia, during
the performance of a icelo-drama called
the Bear of the Moantain." the prin--eipsl
actor of which was a Bruin of such
"wonderful docility and dramatic talent
that for a long aaccession of nights he
attracted overflowing audiences. On
this occasion, however, something had
pat this u star" oat of humor, and he
was observed to be wanting in those bril
liant displays of the histrouic which had
previously overwhelmed him with ap
plause. Ia the third act, instead of
coming down the moantain by a winding
path, with the slow and solemn step pre
scribed in the prompter's book, he al
ii gh ted on the stage at one bound, like
the descent of an acolite. On his re
tarn behind the scenes he received re
proofs, which instead of improving made
his temper more sullen, and it was with
difficulty he could be prevailed upou to
.go through his part.
In the last scene he was induced to
-commence a waits with a beautiful peas-
a i 1 x -1 - - 1
a-u gin, auu seeuieu vu uao a-J uiucu
enjoyment in the dance that the whole
audience gradually rose in their seats,
and, .standing on jhe benebes drowned
the sound of a powerful orchestra, with
their. Acclamations of wonder and de--light.
In a moment, however, the-joyous
spectacle was changed into a scene
of terror. A piercing shriek was heard
through all the tumult, and the lovely
- dancer was hurled round with the vo
lieity of a swift wheel, and discharged
from her partner's arms -headforemost
into the pit, where, however, she was
caught by the audience without damage.
Tho next moment the stage lover of
the peasant girl, who had been coquet
ing in the dance in the distance with a
group of ballet dancers, advanced in the
'performance of his part to waltz with
tho bear. - The former catastrophe had
;teen eo rapid, that though his dargar
was fully perceived by the audience,
whose cries were quite loud enough to
-deter him, it was evidently unperceived
2 by the. lover. The bear was instantly
aon the qui vtve, measuring him from tip
to toe, and, fliDging his legs around him,
Vlegan to waits with such extraordinary
' bounding, that the astonished lover
..was soon whirled off his feet, and in an
- 'other moment was at the top of a stage
--precipice, and tossed into the surges be
low. .'.This astonishment now, however,
turned into consternation. The bear
was seen dancing forward, evidently
pleased with his own exploits, and with
his muzzle broken, the noose hanging
-' loose around his neck, and roaring fierce
- The whole audience now started on
t their feet, rolled over each other, and in
Attempt to escape, choked an the doors
m me pis, Doxes, ana raiierv. j.ne
, town police were now called on, formed
. a circle, ana enargea mo near wun nxea
bayonets. Firing was oat of the ques
. tion, as the ballets which missed the
bear most take effect on the audience;
bat the bear, though left alone, exhibit
ed the addroitness of education, and the
intrepidity of his nature. A part of his
(.mm. H H hMn 4 H A Tilerwan a y nifi ao
mnd suddenly knocking down a corporal
of the guard with one paw, and seising
-flits musket with the other, he threw his
cross belt over his back, and proceeded
- deliberately to prime and load. The
terror of the audience was now extreme,
and shrieks were heard from all sides.
.as he nointed the muzzle toward the
rw.1 V m . t 1 s ?
a. i na tr-iara. wqicd oaa reraraea it ia a
remarkabfo effort of the city valor to
- have approached him at all, now widened
' 4 a IO . 4iatnaofMm en e n t rvini at emAl
. - " 0
, ; alike with the ferocity of a savage na
. tare and the weapons of civilisation.
Ta . . t. 1
4uc vne Dear, aireaay long accuscomea
to military manoeuvres ; and exhibited
lefalv at Hfc TafJ,slrtrT in f Ti nsntA.
mine of the battle of Pultowa, palpably
took Sweedish captive; and picked out of
aach of them from his hiding-place by
s tender touch at the point of the bayo
' pet. 1 In all their fright the collection
: were still strong upon him, lor he com
pelled every man of his captives to kneel
down upon the stage, strip off his accou
tremen s, and beg for bis life.
'A flourish of trumpets should have
the orchestra, half terrified out of their
the prchesors, half terrified oat of their
lives br the sear neiehborbood of the
s-opquerer. and forgot this part their I
duty. The bear now advanced to the
front of the stage, growled fiercely at the
nettle a rummer, and finding that his sig
nal was not obeyed, he made one mighty
bound at the dram itself, and rolled in
to the orceestra. All performers now
ran for their lives ; desks were tu-cbled
down, fiddles crushed, double basses
shattered into fragments, and the sons of
Appollo hiding themselves under their
benches, scrambling over the rails, or
making battle with the fragments of their
trumbets and trombones, roared for help.
The audience, who saw that he had
come so much nearer by the route of the
orchestra now tried to mako their es
cape in every direction. Shrieks and
screams, roars and oaths, filled all parts
of the theater ; but whether the bear
thought that the operation was too tardy
or recolected some of the old scenes of
towns taken by storm, he he had no soon
er prostrated the fiddlers, than he sprang
gallantly into the pit. Here all was
confusion worse co: founded. The ra
pidity of the flight equalled the terror of
the moment, and each was electric : the
bear stamping, bounding, and roaring
with all the air of a conqueror ; and it
was not until the theater was completely
cleared, and his roar had entirely sub
sided, that the city guard gathered from
the stage, made a temporary lodgmeut
in one of the lobbies. It was soon dis
covered that the bear had fallen asleep
in the lap of victory, and in fact was
snoring at full length on one of the crim
son benches in the pit. The captain of
the guard, distinguished in the city of
(Jzerny for his valor, at this crisis of af
fairs boldly ventured forward, and or
dcred his platoon to fire a volley at the
sleeping monster; but before this could
be ettected, the keepers of the menace'
rie from which the animal had been
borrowed, came in with ropes and nets.
and were suffered to supersede the imard
The bear very quietly followed his keep
ers ; and the authorises of the city, on
the plea that though bears might be
dangerous actors, Kohemian actors would
make very good bears, published a proc
lamation against Bruin's future appear
ance. foreign Jrapers.
The frequency -with which placards
bearing this inscription, meet the eye ;
the regency of its introduction into this
city, and the cabalistic character of the
words themselves, may perhaps render a
brief article upon this topio not uninter
esting, laager-bier is a malted liquor
orginally made in Bavaria, in essential
properties identical with ordinary ale,
which it closelyr esembles in appearance
though differing mta&te; of much lees
specific gravity ; weaker and retaining
its foam a short time after being drawn.
Its taste is sub-acid Duncrent. and leaves
in the moth a peculiar flavor caused by
a coating of pitch which the interior of
the barrels receive before beine filled.
I he dicerence between the mode of
brewing lager bier and ordinary ale is in
dicated by the etymology of the name la
irer meaning rest remaining in store
the former requiring to rest in a cool
vault from four to six months before it
becomes drinkable, while the latter can
be used immediately after being emp
tied from the vats.
In Bavaria, the manufacture is carried
on under government inspectors, the
brewing period being prescribed by law,
from 2yth September to 23 April, the
festivals of bt. JNichoIas and St. Ueorge.
lhere, it is ot two kinds, one of which re
tains its flavor only for a day or two ;
and the beer drinkers of Bavaria, who
are very numerous indulge so capricious
and delicate a palate, that when assem
bled in their beer houses they wait im
patiently, it tbe cask m use be half emp
ty, tor a iresh one to be tapped. It is
said that in well frequented houses of this
kind, an ordiuary cask lasts about an
From a German treatise, entitled " Der
Jjier Jirauer," we learn " that the atach
ment of the Bavarians to the beer bev
erage is such a beverage descended from
their remotest ancestry that they re
gard the use of ardent spirits, even to
moderation, as so immoral a custom, as
almost to disqualify habituates of liquor
drinking from respectable society."
In effect, it is moderately exhilarating.
having bat feeble intoxicating properties,
Indeed, if it was not comparatively innoo
ulous in its effects; the enormous quanti
ty consumed would effect sad havoc
amorg the drinkers it being an unusu
al occurrence for an individual to drink
a gallon daily and even more. That it
will ever become a favorite beverage with
Young America, however, is not proba
ble, the liking for it not being natural.
bat acquired. Americans can readily
obtain n more delicious draught, and if
sought as a means of inducing lntoxica-
tiou, or to get up exuberance of epirils,
it will be found entirely too low pressure
for the purpose, and require too widely-
distended a stomach lor loco-motion af
terwards. Its introduction has also cre
ated the necessity of a new article of
glass ware, for a fastidious drinker would
be as reluctant to imbibe his favorite
draught from any other vessel thanala-
er-bier glass, as an American would
islike to drink his morning coffeo from
a tumbler. These glasses are of the
usual shape, save that they are wider at
the base than at the brime, and have a
curling ear, like the wine bottles which
John Crilpin carried suspended on his
belt, on the day of his celebrated ride
onto the Bell of Edmonton."
To gain an idea of the partiality of
ine uerman palate tor this beverage, let
the reader enter one of the German res
taurants, and he will find that every or
der tor " Ajtftibraten mil KartqffSen,1
" Spec tnit Eief" &c, is usually accoru
panied with the supplement und ein
glas Lager-bier.n Upon them it seems
t i have an eminently soothing and tran-
quuizing enect, and under its gentle in
spiration, they grow communicative and
even eloquent. A young lady, whose
musio teacher was particularly cross and
fault-finding, upon complaining of his
temper to a friend who was also his pu
pil, was laughingly offered the sugges
tion of giving him a glass ot Lager-bier,
on his next vesit. Accordingly it was
done, and repeated at every future les
son, and the pupil henceforth ever spoke
highly of the amiability of her precep
tor and his assiduity in instructing her.
It is not our present purpose to moralize
upon the use or abuse of these beverages.
We are only dealing .with facts; but
when, as an illustration af the amount of
Lager-bier our German friends imbibe,
we mention that, in the little village of
lioboken, from one hundred and fifty to
one .hundred and eighty barrels are con
sumed weekly, it shows plainly what
can be done in larger places. In some
of the lager-bier gardens, where it is
drank in the open air, a -band of music
enlivens the scene, though .whether the
beer is swallowed for the music or the
musio for the beer, we cannot- clearly
The arrival of the Atlantic brings us
intelligence of the sudden death, on the
13th of July, at the age of forty-one
years, of Abbas Pasha, the wise and en
ergetic viceroy of Egypt, whose measures
have done so much, during the last few
years, to advance the prosperity of that
country. We take from the " Men of
tho Times," published by Redfield, in
1852, the following record of his bene
ficent life :
Abbas Pasha, viceroy of Egypt, only
son of Soursoun Pasha, and grandson of
the late Mebemet Alt, was born at Jed
da, in the lledjas, in the month of Siffu
1229, (A. D, 1813.) At the ago of
eighteen months he was brought to
Egjpt ; six months after which he lost
his father, who died at Cairo of plague
during the sadly memorablo visitation
of 1815. Until he had attained his sev
enth year; the child was brought up and
acquired the rudiments of an ordinary
education in the harem, of his mother,
when, in consideration of the character
and service of his father, he was made
Pasliaof two tails, by order of the Sul
tan Mahmoud. At eight years of age
he was sent to the college of Abo Zabel
and subsequently to that of Kaukah
where he received a liberal instruction
in the Turkish, Persian, and Arabic lan
guages. (with all of which he is critically
familiar,) and also in mathematics and
military engineering. At the age of fif
teen he was removed from collegiate
studies and appointed by Mehemet Ali
to the confidential office of Provincial
Inepector, which post he usefully occupi
ed for a period of three years.
At this time the expedition had been
scntaganist Syria, and Abbas was named
to the command of the cavalry division
of the Egyptian army, under Ahmed
Pacha Manickli. Ilia service and activ
ity wete there honorably mentioned on
three or four occasions in the published
gazettes. The fatigues of incessant ex
posure and unhealthy bivouacs brought
on an attack of intermittent fever, which
necessitated his return to Alexandria.
On his arrival, Mehemet Ali refused to
permit nun to join the army, as he re
quired the services at home of confiden
tial men ; and Abbas Pacha received
the appointment of Governor of the
Gharbiah district. After two years he
was named inspector-general of the pro
vinces ; and during the year in whic'i the
great fire occurred at Cairo ho succeeded
to the important and responsible office
of khahir, or chief minister and presi
dent of the council at Cairo. During
his occupation of these posts, for a period
of more than eight years, he acquired
general respect, both with the natives
and Jiiuropean consuls.
On the accession of his uncle, Ibra
him pacha. Abbas lost favor in conse
quence of his vindication of certain of
the members of Mehemet Ali a family:
and he determined on a pilgrimage to
the lledjas, whither he proceeded on the
sixteenth Zilcade, 1267. He had been
there only thirty-eight days when the
intelligence of his uncle's death reached
him, and he was enjoined to return to
Egypt without delay, to assume the suc
cession, lie was duly recognized by the
foreign counsuls as the legitimate suc
cessor, under the hereditary settlement
of 1841, and proceeded, soon alter, to
Constantinople, where he was well re
ceived by the Sultan, and duly invested
with vicegeral authority iu Egypt, On
his return, (20th November, 1848,) he
set about the adoption of a novel Hue of
policy. lie eschewed the old system of
his predecessors, of frittering away the
labor and resources of the country in
useless ornaments, costly and unprofita
ble public works, and a week attempt to
maintain Euro pian manufacturing estab
lishments, lie directed the attention of
his people towards agricultural industry,
released them from the pressure of se
vere taxation, and removed, as far as
possible, all restrictions on free internal
trade, lie has spent S3o0,000 in making
carriage road across the Suez; h
has expended large sums in improving
the JNile navigation; and he has now
undertaken the construction of a railroad
from Alexandria to Cairo.
The effect of these measures is now
beginning to manifest itself in the in
creased wealth of the country, the in
creasing productions, and in the exist
ence ot a spirit of enterprise unknown be
fore. The removal of the odious poll-
tax reduced the people's burdens and
the t'acha s income by the large annual
sum of $2,500,000. Yet, we believe,
in spite of this, from a better system of
administration, the public revenue of
the country has now increased to almost
its former amount. To carry out his
plans, he had serious difficulties to en
counter. He found in office a cabal of
men hostile to all departure from a sys
tem of things that enabled them to en
rich themselves by means of speculation
and corruption. But bringing a thor
ough practical knowledge of the popu
lar wants to bear on the government of
the people, he determined atbe dismiss
ed all those among the public once to
grapple with the difficulty, and employ
ers in whose fidelity he could not place
the necessary confidence, and replaced
them by tried, and certainly, as events
have proved, more trust worthy and
While he thus benefited his country,
he had the misfortune to raise up against
him at Constantinople, whither all those
men repaired, a powerful and hostile
party, by which he has been since griev
ously barrassed. They have had influ
ence enough to seduce several members
of his family from their duty and allegi
ance to him ; and their familiarity with
the resources ox Egypt has lately been
taken advantage of by the vizier of Tur
key to concert a system of judicial and ad
ministrative reform, which under the
most specious pretexts for the improve
ment of the local government, is design
ed to subvert the authority and inde
pendence of the Pacha, promote disor
der among the people, and so enable its
rapacious projectors to aim a blow at the
existing dynasty and supply a long cov
eted field of patronage to the cupidity of
Constantinople adventures and court
In private life the Pacha is distin
guished for his generous remembrance
of services rendered during his' compar
ative adversity, and by many other good
qualities of heart ; but he is by no means
free from weakness of character. Con
tact with the world has greatly contrib
uted to expand the resou; ces of his in
tellect, and improved the better quali
ties of his mind. He has recently placed
his sons under the tuition of an English
gentleman engaged for the purpose, and
is generally encouraging ine siuay oi
that language abjmt his coast. j
TO BE HAD VERY CHEAP It
JOHNS & ALEN,
INVITE the attention of the Feoplc ia this
Congressional District, to their immense
block of Hardware just received, consisting- of
ever article in the Trade used by the most ex
travagant as well as the most economical purch
aser, whether Building Hardware, Mechanic!
Tools, House-keepers artistes, or Farming Im
pliments. In any of the above goods, we have
a larger Stock than any one Store in Mansfield
or VVooster, and as it has long since been ac
knowledged by every Body, that we sell Better
good for the eame money, than either Mansfield
or VVooster can do ; all we ask is, that Buyers
will consult their own interest, by making an
examination of our Stock, before purchasing
elsewhere. All goods sold by us, if not found
as represent ed can be returned.
JOHNS - ALLEN,
Adjoining the Bank.
May 3, 1804. . nDUtt
JUST REGIEVED !
13Y JOHNS & ALLEN.
SO doz. Sheep Shears, tho only good one in
50 Silver Steel and Cast Steel Scythes
50 doz. Assorted kinds. Scvthe Snaths.
40 do Hay and straw Forks, best cast steel.
50 do Tutt'.c's Cast Steel Hoes.
5 do Socket'e fast Steel Hoes, the best ever
20 doz. No. 1. H v Rakes.
20 do No. I. Scvthe Hitler.
20 do No. l.Scylh Stones, 6 to 9 inches long.
100 doz. Door Locks from 25 els. to $1, each
HO do Door Latches from 10 ct. to 35 etc.
100 do Loose Joint, narrow,wrot & cast Butts
1000 Gro. Gimlet Point Screws.
300 Gals. Linseed Oil.
100 Kegs Pure White Lead.
100 Boxes assorted sizes Glass.
500 Lbs. Putty in Bladders.
o000 Lights Sash, all sizes.
Doors. Paint, Brushes, Sash Fasteners, Butch
er's Files (n any quantity,) Spears, baws, al
kinds Shoemaker's Stock and Tocls, all kinds
Saddler'sStock and Tools.
200 Kegs assorted Nails, warranted.
100 Tons Sweeda and Pittsburgh Iron, toar-
100 Bundles Russia Nail Rod.
50 Pair Seat and Carriage Springs, at Pitts
burgh prices that is so !
1 doz. Boring Machines, less than 911 each
The above i-oods with a large variety of
every thing else, mutt be told, and person
wanting Hardware can buy of us, cheaper and
better goods than any wnere else.
JOHNS & ALLEN.
Adjoining the Bsnk.
May 3, 1854. a50tf
E can and will sell Knives and Forks SO
per cent, cheaper tbaa any Hardware
Store in MansSeld or VVooster ever did, will
or can, if you doubt it, come and bay some
that much lower think ot this !
JOHNS St ALLEN.
May 3, 54.-5tf Adjoining the Bank,
Farmers, Read This!!
JO II AS & AIjIjEIV
Dealers Its Hardware, Iron 4c Nails
Adjulutn the Oauk.
WILL buy all of the Flax Straw that yoo
caa raise and deliver to Ihein during the
present year, and pay yon the CASH for it.
Short Flax should be pulled from the gronnd
that, that is long may be cradled none want
ed in Straw before September. Instructions
regarding the culture and rotting of Flax can
be had gratis during the Sumer, by calling on
us. jUHns ac ALLtn,
Adjoining the Bank
March I, 1854. n40. tf.
J3MITIT, DOVE e3 Co.,
TROY. NEW YORK & ANDOVER MASS.,
WILL pay the highest market price forlOO,
T00 pounds of Kood clean Flax, deliv
ered at the Hardware Store of their agents in Ash-
laud, dc ALLbD,
Adjoining the ijanJc.
Ashland .Jan. 18. 1854. n3S tf.
Cf Kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder, tor sale
tU on Commission at mill prices, oy
JOHNS & ALLEN,
Jnne 14, 1854. Adjoining the Bank.
Tarnttill'a Patent Corn Planter, man
J ufactured by McBrieht a Co.. Cleveland, u
A supply for this county will be found at tbeagen
cv of JOHNS oi ALLEN.
luec. 28, yjuj adjoining ine nana.
Tiffeth tc Carvers, Concave Steel Culti
VT vator Teeth for sale Wholesale and Ketail at,
the agency of JOHNS dt ALLEN.
i Dec ten, rauj adjoining ine bidk
New Hardware Store ! !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Foreign and Domestic liar I ware!
ASHLAND, ASHLAND CO., O.
INVITES the attention of the Hardware buy
ing community, to his immense and unri
valled Stock now arriving and consist ot ev
ery article kept in a Hardware Store. Farming
and Mechanics Tools, House furnishing goods,
buildine materials, together with the largest
and best selected Stock of Iron and Nails ever
brought to this place. Swedes, Nail, Hoop,
Sheet, Rod and Bar Iron of extra qualities.
Sash, Glass, Doors, Potty, a large and varied as
sortment of Locks and Latches, Butts and
Screws all sizes and discriptioas, Sadlery
Hardware and Findings, Tools, etc.
Coach ITXalters mnd. Trtmmen,
will find it to their advantage to buy their
Stock of me. In their line. Oil and Enamelled
Top Leather, Cloths, Laces Damark,Moss, tic,
Springs and Axles, Manama top ana rrop
Irons, 4c, Carriage and Tire Bolts, H to 6
inches long, Brass Bands all sixes, Oil Cloth.
White Lead, Dry and in Uil, faints, var min
es. Turpentine and un, rami, varnian ana
Pump, Tubing, (Chaia Double Gairaaixed)
best article ia town, wheels aad fixtures coro-
Dlete. Boner's Stel cultivator Teeth, Wina-a
and Plow aad Hammer Moulds, Shovels, Hoes,
Forks, Rakes, Sythes, Saatba. White's Doa
ble Steel Axes. Broad Axes aad Adxes, Sheep
and Cow Bells, Log and Trace Chains, Mill
Saws, an extra article, X Cut Saws, the only
good ones in town. Butchers Filea aad Rasps
Ten different Brands, prices from 371 to $ 1 ,50
per pair. If you want a good article I have
them and the best in town, aad they are going
last. Also wool twine and cord.
Block Tin, Lead, Lead Pipe, Zinc, Sad Irons,
Tiners Wire, Gun Barrels made of Lake
lerior Iron, Lox, Brass Castings and Trinungs
cheaper thaa elsewhere.
SCISSORS AND SHEARS,
If yoa want a good pair give ma a call, I ac
knowledge I have the only good ones ia towa
A few of those Bice Carpenters Slick's Framing
Chisels, extra castbteel Augurs,
Bench mndL irtoidinar Plalas. Sitae
warranted, Brunswick Tea aad Table Spoons,
rahie and rocket cutlery.
Brass, Pillar and Chamber Candle Sticfcs and
Snuffers, and Tongs, Waffle Irons, Brass Ket
tles, Steelyards, Molasses Gates, Pugh's Augar
Bitu, Hunt's Hatchetts, Braces and Bills, prices
range from 40 eta. to tl2 ; Exclsior Sand Paper,
Spirit Levels, Saw Handles.
The half ia not enumerated in this 'ist, lot
those in want of any articles in the Hardware
Line, will do well to call before purchasing;
my Stock being entirely near. and selected with
great care for tbia market, enablea me to aell
better and cheaper than they do elsewhere.
it. u. BOICJS.
iaVKellogg's Building one door above P.
&t J. Risser's Store.
Ashland, May 17, 1854. 52tf
BERBER'S LINE OF HACKS,
land for New
J,J?Ut ugirPJ London dailv
) at 7 o'clock
r t A M con
nection with the cars on the Cleveland Colam-
us and Cincinnati Rail Road.
Returning, leave New London after the ar
rival of the trains.
Leave Ashland for Mansfield on Mondays.
Wednesdays and Fridays, at 7J o'clock, P M..,
Leave Ashland lor woo iter oa Tuesdava
TiiBTsdsys and Saturdays at 6 o'clock P M.
veptemDer, IBM. I8tr
jBuffalo, JKTo-w "VorlL.
Importers flanalactnren, Cem
mission irjcrcbants, anal Dealers In
XVEBT YABIJETY OF
English, German, French and American
THIS House having the largest and moat vs.
rious stock in the United States, are fur
nishing Hardware Merchants, Contractors,
Tinners be, with everything they want on as
good or bet let terms, than they can buy in New
YorJfc, Boston, or elsewhere. They invite in
vestigation. JAMES M. ALLEN,
6mo-n2 Traveling Agent.
Curled Hair Mattresses and Bedding.
PATENTED IN THE
UNITED STATES, EiNGLAXD AND FRANCE.
OUR Mattresses and curled hair having taken
Diplomss and Medals by competition In the
principal States in the Union and alio havingbeen
awarded the Priie Medal at the World's Fair in
London as the very be-t article manufactured, are
confidently offered to tin community as a great
deiideratim for pure sweet sleep.
The pieceai by which our hair is manufactured
entirely precludes the possibility of moth or other
insect annoyances engendering therein as proved
by the severest tests of analization and by testimo
nial! from the first chemists of the age, from which
we extract as follows :
"Experiment hei demonstrated that the puriying
agent made use of in manufacturing your patent
curled hair is especially deitructive of auimal
life, that it has the (acuity of bleaching and clean
ing the fibre, and that it is the most powerful dis
infecting body at present known to science.
H. LKTHEBY, M. D.
Prnfesiorof Cbmistry and Toicology in the
Medical College of the London Hospital.
I cheerfully state tbat the article submitted to
your process must be pure and sweet and will be
found of great value and from proof exhibited to
me 1 am confident tbat the process employed ex
ceed all ether methods of preparation.
W. BEACH. M. D.,
We also keep constsntly on hand a full supply
of Pillows and Bolsters, under Mattraises and
Bedding of all descriptions and a large assortment
of Wall Paper end Window Shades, upholstry
goods, curtains, lounges. Ace, dec.
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly at
WISDOM A Co.
43 Pultes Block Bank st.
Juue 4. lf54. Btf
CITIZENS OF OHIO!
AWAKE TO YOUtt INTERESTS !
THE subscriber again appeara before yoa,
giving you fair notice oi tho arrival of a
larger stock or
Than he has ever offered Xi the fair Sons and
daughters of old Wayne and surrounding Coun
ties. Uwmg to our being in the Je.aslera Mar
kets when moat kinds of Goods experienced a
DECLINE IN PRICES!
We were enabled to buy our goods at aach
Low Prices that wo dely any competition
tbe wayof Cheap Roods for Cash ; out stock is
comprised of everything in tbe Dry Goods aad
notion line ; also, an assortment ol
for Men and Boya. Also, the leading articles
of UKUtKttlts. such as coffee, Sugar, Tea
Tobacco, Sec. In all these depi-rtmeuts wa caa
show yon Goods. As for prices we caa beat the
World; aad in saying this we do not wish to be
considered aa bragging, but telling yon plain
matter ot tact. Jouk at soma or turpnees
we can show you
Brown Muslin for . .61 cts. per yd.
Biescbed do good 61 '
Kentucky Jeans ....20 cts.
Heavy Tick 10 '
Cottua Gloves and Stockings. 06 per pair.
Good Lawns .6 per yd.
Delaines. 10 cts. & upward
7-4 Table JJiaper is " '
Fast Colored Calico 06 "
Silk Lace Veils 37( "
Cotton Batting 10 "
Good Black bilk 50
Tea 31 " "
" Coffee 121 ' per lb.
" Tobacco chewing.. ..IK
In all departments ol our stock you will find
the above statement ot prices corresponding.
All we as is a look before you buy. The price
oi ourlioocli is a sure Itiuig lor your money. In
Ladies'' Dress Goods we are all fixed. Lawns,
verges, Plain Black, striped, Barred and
Changeable Silfcs at all prices. Our Etocjfc ol
"lakes em all down." Can sell new style
Gimp Bonnets for 25 cents. Every body that
comes to Woobter, comes to our store and sees
the show of prices and styles. We wont
charge you anything to loo. Country Mer
chants supplied with their whole itocJfcs at low
prices and lair terms, at our store at tbe vtu
bland tail ot the American Hotel.
May 3d, 1854. nS0tf
.NEW JEWELRY STORE
I ASM !
6O00FELLOW has opened in the
room, two doora east of Messrs. Ria
er& Risser's Store, on Main street, a
Wattcn and Jewelry jEatatblianment
where he will offer every article usually kept
in aucb establishments, at very low rales.
Among his stock may be found oiild and
Sil-ver v aicues, oi every description, va
riety and quality. Pins, Ladies' Gold Broach
es, Grape, Enameled, Cluater, Knot, Can aad
EAR DROPS, HOOKS AKD BIXCS.
Gold Rings, Lockets, Pencils, Gold Chains,
Bagley' Gold Peas and Holders, large tt-
Table aad Tea Spoons of pare ailver, Ger
man Silver aad plated Spooaa, Butter Knives,
Salt and sugar Shovels, silvei corks, etc., ate.
of every description, from tha best Anaencaa
and English establishmeats. Alao Needl-s,
Port Monies, Dressing and Pocket Combs, and
Pocket Hooka, Violia and Guitar Strings.
Goggles, Kyc Shades. Coupassea
and Acordeoee. Eight Day aad Twenty-four
Hour Brass Clocks, ia the most splendid Pa
pier Machea, Rose Wood and Mahogaav case..
WATCHES AND CLOCKS
Cleaned and repaired, and work warranted,
Old Gold aad Silver bought at tha highest
price. 1 invite tha public to examine taj Stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
1. K. bUUlJIULUVI,
Ashland, Dec. SI, 1853. n31 tf.
STATUTES OF OHIO!
In force Jan. 1854, with rtftrtnet to
prtor laws, in one large uciavo i otuem.
The underpinned have examined Swaaa Re
vised Statutes of Ohio, for !So4. 1 his volume
contains a compilation of the Statutes 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 ana accuracy,
aad we think the work of great utility, and re
flects much credit upon the Compiler and Pub
lisher. JOHN A. CORWIN,
R. P. RANNEY, A. G. THURMAN,
T. W. BARTLEY, WM. B. CALDWELL.
The undersigned having examined Swan'a
Statutes, concur in the above opinion.
u. u. MUKIUH,,
Diet. Atty. U. S. Court, Dist.of Ohio.
GEO. W. McCOOK.
Atty. Gen. ofState of Ohio.
It will be found an indispensable hand-book
toevery Justice of the Peace and Constable, as
wel as every Lawyer or public officer. The
book will be sent free ofcharge to any one on
receipt of $5.
Address o.u. i itanutt s t-u.,
Law Booksellers, Mansfield, Ohio.
March 32nd, 1854. 44tf
Old Iron Wanted.
THB subscriber will pay CASH for any quantity
ofold metal delivered at bis foundry in Ashland
Feb. 1. 37 tf. M. H. MANSrTKLD.
To Western Zlerchants.
THE subscriber woald call tbe attention of deal
era generally to tbeextensWe arrangements they
have made for the Importation aad sale of British,
French, and German Dry Goods.
Having a buyer permanently located Ib Eo
rope, whose entire attention will be givsa to the
selection oi ixooui lor our isle, we snail oe ia re
ceipt of new and desirable Dress Goods by each
siesmer. uir siock oi
M hue Goods, HiwierjT, Shawla fe Notion,
wtll be found complete. Also, a large variety
of black and colored Silks, Satins, etc. Cloths.
Cassimeres and Vesting!, Linens. Drillings, dec.
Always on hand all leading styles of Domes
uc tvoooe, sieacnca ana orown
Cotton, "rlils. Ticks, Stripe, Denlma
with a choice assortment of Merrimack aad Co-
cnecc Prints. Lancaster Ginghams, ecc, dec.
The Clothing Department (under the firm of L.
H Ttlib Co..) will rnxbrace a great variety of
well Made Garments, such as cannot fail to give
We invite the attention of cash and short time
TTf We have alio 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 CO..
No. 12 COCBTLAKD ST., AD 11 ABB 13 DaT ST., B.
January 55, 1851. ly.
HO! FOR NEBRASKA!
Another Arrival of New Goods
T. C. BUSHNELL,
I OR the third time this season, sends forth
. his proclamation to the People I Ashland
and surrounding counties, announcing that he
nas just received a irean supply ot new
which be is bound to sell at some price during
the Summer, and make room lor his Full sup
ply. The only advantages " ol which he
can boast are, that he has the newest goods, the
laitsi sryies, me largest assortment, andean sell
nis gooas as
CHEAP, IF NOT CHEAPER,
than any establishment in ti e countr. He has
long since found out that the people will help
those who help them, and it is no'n alter of sur
prise that the great lush is to the People's Em
porium, ana mat me uid f ortresses" are
comparatively deserted, since his second st..ck
or isew ooods has arrived.
I have an unsurpassed assortment of Plain
and Figured Dress l-ilAs, Foreign and Domestic
Lawns ar.u liinghams, every description o
V hite Goods, Bonnets, Ribbons, and, in abort
every description ot
PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS GOODS!
necessary to complete a Lady's Wardrobe. Let
it be distinctly understood, that I have tbe lar
gest and best assortment of
ever brought to Ashland, and ye who doubt i
call aad see for yourselves. Ladies, if yoa wan1
to pnrcnase vueensware, tne reopie's Kmpori-
uui s umw place co gel is. la too
I mm Tally prepared to meet aw demands that
may be made upon me. My Sloe of C.oths,
LINEN DRESS GOODS!
is very exteasive. Hals and Cape, ia abundance.
nave also a large, assortment ot
READ Y-MADE CL O THING !
aad am also prepared to do custom work on
short notice, aad warranted to give satisfaction.
Ia coaclnsioa I have only to say that the
Sloe is completo in all ita parts, and I can
warrant satislaction either in qual ty, quantity,
wa jaaai.. auigucs, niararei price paia lor
and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Ashland, Jane SI, 1S54. 4tf
HAVE A HAT, SIR?
ROW ABBIVINO AX THE
ASHLAND HAT STORE
a n immense assortment uf new
X.jV and Fashionable
HATS AND CAPS!
for the summer season, of foreign
ana domestic manufacture, con
sist-ing of a large variety oi
from f 2 to fa; Kouutli Hats from 60 cts. to
S2,a0; Maryar Hats, from to S3; Otter
Hats, from 92 o 93,50; a large assortment of
considered the most tasty, comfortable and dur
able sum me Hntr tow in use, from 92 to 93,
50;Leghorn, from 75 to l,25; lleavar Hats
from a 3,50 to $5. Also a complete assortment
CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
Also, an endlesa variety of Men's and Bov's
ciotiiaoa vei vet
and all kinds of Children's Hats. It would be
useless to attempt to enumerate the entire
stock,as it is admitted on all hands to be the
largest and best selected stock of hats, ever
broupht to Ashland County. The subscriber
respectfully requests tbe public to call and
examine bis stock, whether tbey buy or not.
SHEEP PELTS !
The subscriber wii pay cash lor aavyonanti-
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered at his Store, op
posite te Franlin House, and one door East
ot tn rost umce, Asniana , Ohio.
Ashland, April 19th, 1S54. n4Stf
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE JEWS !
50.000 Majority, and all the Countie
not heard Jrom, Jor the
Clothing and Furnishing Depot !
S. APPLE & CO.,
MAIN TKEET, ASHLAND, O
HIS extensive establishment hasfust
received the largest and best select-
tock of clothing, and geutlemen's
furnishing goods, ever brought to this town or
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS.
suitable for the largest man or smallest boy,
aad at prices that will perfectly astonish you
Come right aloBj aad examine oar stock,
aad see far yourselves. Here yoa will End
cartload of eoata, cords oi trawsere, aad a
tarnel pile of vesta of every etyle and vrai-
aty, large enough aad small enough, warm
enough and cool eaouga for aay seaioa. Oar
stock, of Furnishing goods ia complete; eon-
aiatiag of Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Wrappers,
Drawer, ate, fee., ia fact everything to lit out
a ma a ib perlect order. Uur motto is (uir
Saletand Small Profit , una ao charge lor show-
lag oar goods.
of all kiavd. mad to order. Tbe Foreaaaa in
this department ia oa of the beat worka.es
Recollect tho place, one door east of
Squires, aad one door west of Wsllack as
Coffin's Store. This extensive stock i under
the direction of oar agent, Mr. Z. Greonwald,
8. APPLE k CO., Philadelphia.
April 5, IS54. . 46tf
ERNST BACHERER respectfully aanoon
cea to his friends aad lover of good living
generally, tbat be baa made a completo reao-
vatienia hie establishment, one door west of
the McNulty House, Ashland, Ohio, aad will
keep constantly on hand during the ensuing
summer every luxury usually found ia this
N. B. Know alt men, tbat bo intoxicating
liquorwill be kept in my eatabliahment.
Aaniana, march xtn, 1804. B4Z ti.
HENRY W. IMHOFF,
( SUCCESSOR TO W. H. H. POTTER,)
Dealer In Books, Stationery, Wall
Faperi dec, .vc.
SCHOOL, Miscellaneous and Blank Books;
Stationery and Fancy articles. Have oa
hand, and constantly receiving, tbe lateat pub
lications. Store two doors west of the Samp
Ashland, July 26, 1S54. 9tf
Save your Ashes !
ASHES wanted by the subscriber, at his
Asherv in Ashland, for which the highest
market price will be paid in goods.
A. u. tjuanixi.!..
October 26,1853 . 22tf
Stabler' Dlarrbaia Cordial.
IS a pleaiant Mixture, compounded in a-ree.
ment with the rules of Pharmacy, of therapeu
tic agents, long known and celebrated for tbeir
peculiar efficacy ia curing D1AKRHCEA, and simi
lar affections of tbe system. Ia Us aetien, it
allavs aitssa and producaa a healthy eoaditioa
or the LIVER, thus removin the cause at tbe same
time it cures tbe disease.
Stabler' Anodyne Cherry Expectorant
Is confidently recommended to Invalids, as onsv
bpasssd by any known prapsrstion, for the cure
of Ces Jfoaraenese, and other forms of Common
CoUt; BKONH1T1S, ASTHMA, ROUP, ONSUMP
TION ia an early stage, and for the Relief of the
patient even in advanced stage of that fatal dis
aese. It combine!, in a scientific Manner, remedies of
longeateemed value, with otbsrs of more recent
discovery;and besidea its seething and Isniequali
ties, acta thro' the akin, gentlv and with great ef
ficacy, for the cure of this class of diseases.
The valuable Medicines abovs named have recen
tly been introduced, with tbe approval of a Bum
terof our Medical Profit tien In tbe city of Balti
more and evey where, and in practice have succee
ded most admirably in caring the diseases for
-hich tbey are prescribed. Tbey are oflered to
tbe country -practitionera of Medicine! which be
can in ell respects depend upon as prepared in
agreement with the experience of aome of the
moit learned and judicioui Phyaicians and strictly
inconformity witb tbe rules of Phsrmacy, and
as especially serving bis convenience, wbo can
not io resdily ss the City Physician, have his own
pre icriptions compounded by s practical Pharma
See the descriptive Pamphlets. to be bs? gratis of
all who have the Medicines for aale, containing
ecommendationi from Doctors bIastim, Balt
EtLi, AnntTiii, Pavsk, Hasdv, Lovs, ecc.
soDoctor S. K. Mabtiik says, "1 do not hesitate to
lecommend your Diarrhmm Cordial and Anodyne
Cherry Expectorant,9 SfC
Uoct. John Addisos says. It gives me much
pleasure to aild my testimony to that of others. a
favor of the extraordinary egicacy ot your Uiarr
hen Cordial. Ac; and of the Expectorant, 1 have
no hesitation in recommending it as a most valua
ble medicine," &c.
Doct. R A. Piths says he has used the Diarr
hea Cordial in his practice witb the happieit ef
feet, and thinks it one of the most convenient
and efficient combinationa ever offered to our pro
fession." Doct. L. D. Hum writes, "I have administer
ed your Aaodgne Expectorant in several cases ol
BronchiaAffection, with the moot fnppy roomlt-o,
and from a knowledge of ifts admirable effects,
I can, with the greatest confidence, recommend
Doct. W. S. Love writes tons that he has ad
ministered the Expectorant to bis wife, who has
had tbe Bronchitis UT fonrtoen yoaro. and that
she is fast recovering from her long standing ma
lady. It has in a few weeka done ber more good
than all the remedies she has heretofore used un
der able medical counsel.
Sixtkem of the best Afothbcabxbs and Pbabm
ACStrrisTS in tbe City of Baltimore. We are satisfi
ed thepreparations known as Stahlor'o Anodyne
Cham Expectorant snd StaHer'e Diarrhea Cor
dial, are medicines of Gbeat Valcb, and very of
jteisxt for the relief and cure of tbe diseases for
which they are recommended; they bear tbe evi
dence of skill and care in their preparation and
style of putting up. and we take plead sure ia re
Twbbtt Saves of the most respectable Mbbch
ATS, residents of Nixrun, Vibqibia and Noam
Cabo liba, wbo have sold and also used these
medicines themselves, say, "From oorown experi
ence and that of our cuotamerm , we do confidently
recommend tbemPro Bono Publico. We have never
known any remedy used for tbe diseases for whicn
they are prescribed, to be so efficient, and to give
such entire satisfaction to all."
The above notices of recommendation from mem
bers of the MEDIC A FAULTY, PHARMAKUTISTS
or high standing, and MKKCHANTS of tbe first
respectability, should be nfficieat to satisfy all.
mat ineae meuicines are worts 'net nv tne al-
Acted, snd tbst they are of a different stamp and
Class from tne, -nuscKery-ana "(jare Alls" e
much imposed upon the public
For Sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and conn
try Store-keepers generslly.
DISCOVERED AT LAST
A itlysttry Explained.
A Revolution Is Certain .Tletor-y f Ours.
DR- A. L. ADAMS'
XT BW THEORY OP DISEASE is awakening tbe
xv inquiry in the minds or all who res'! it: How
it st that Americans have been so long and so
slavishly immured in darkness and ignorance on the
suoject ol disease.
DR. A. L. ADAMS' LIVER BALSAM.
THE CBCAT FAR ACEA Or DISEASE,
is offered to tbe afflicted of the States and Terri
tories for the entire cure of Liver Complaints all
stsges. Bilious fever. Ague and Fever, Chronic
Lung revcr. Airopsicai Auocuuns, consumption.
Below Complaints Diarrhea, Dysentery, Kbeuma-
tism. Bleediue Piles Blind Piles. Scrofula. Salt
Kheum, Dyspepsia. General Debility, Nervousness,
Costiveness. luaigesuon, urstruciea menstrua.
Air. A. 1. AUDI 1.1 TCI DSIH1D DM HOW ISB
wrec snd test lor tne last iMteen years, ana nss
proved to the most skeptical, beyond a rbaaluw of a
doubt, that it is
The only Reliable Medicine Ever Discovered"
being purely all vegetable.) forthe permanent cure
of tbe above diseases. The most skeptical have be
come, its most sanguine votaries, aud pronounced
tbe Liver Balsam to be tbe -
Oul? Reliable llarbiuger of Health to thr
Testimonials come up from every track it has
made, swollen witn expressions oi grauiuue, ror
the relief received by its use. And in snbm ittiug
this, the Liver Balsam is recommended to all those
suffering under tbe
IRON ti 1'ASH orthe MOSRTEDECEASE
and at once procure one bottle of Dr. A- L. Adams
Tbe readers is rnferred to the Medical Tract
found by matt ing application to tbe Agent where tbe
Balsam is sold, giving a lull epitome of the cause
aud cure of all diseases; containing, alo certifi
cates from those wbj have tested It unparalleled
ascendancy over tbe diseased to which we are all
subject. (Sold hy K, H. uhuhu, e Jo., Asiuanu
John MoCrorey, West Windsor; Sturges dsBiglow
Alanstieiu; J. Jr. ntamets, nowsourg; j. a.
Raumgatdcddc Co., Wooster
G. E. Scott. General Agent. Ho. 67 Randolph
Street Gliiaago, Illinois.
f ehruary i.itiM nav ly.
Jaundice, lypepIa, Chronic or TVer
vousj Uebitity lieae of t Hie Kidney-,
And all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, inch as constipation, inweru niei.
Fullness or Blood to the Heart. Acidity of the
(Stomach, Nausea, Heart Burn, Disgust lor Food,
Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructa
tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit or the
Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at tbe Heart.cbok
iug or Suff-jcatiug Sensation when in a lying
pusture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
the tight. Fever and Dull paia in tbe Head. De
ficiency of Presniration, Yellowness of tbe Skin
aud Eyes, Paia in tbe Side, Bsck, Chest, Limbs,
dec. Sudden Flushes of Hea., Burning in the
Flesh, constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great
Depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured by
Dr. Hoofland'a Celebrated German Bitters.
PREPARED BY DR. C. M. JACKSON, at the Ger
nn Medicine Store. 190 Arch St.. Philadelphia
Their power over tbe above diseases is aot excelled.
II equalled, by any oiasr preparation in ia w."n
as tbe cures attest, in many cases after skillful
phyaicians bad failed.
These Bitten, are worthy tbe attention of invalids.
i.u..im. ,r.,t virtues in tbe rectification or dis
eases or ths Liver and lesser glands, exercising tbe
most searching powers ia wsskasss and affections
or the digestive organs, they r withal sale, cer
tain and pleasant.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
R. B. Psbkuis. Marietta. Ohio. Feb. 19. 18S1. said
"Your Bitten ara highly nriaedby these who have
used tbem. In a case or Liver complaint, of long
standing, which had resisted the skill of several
Physicians, was entirely cured by ths us of five
bottles." C. L. lltiii. Freedom, Portage co..O.,
April S3, less.said: '-Ths German Bitters you sent
mat lauat have not vet come to band. I have been out
orthe article for some time, to tbe great detriment
or invalids. It is a medicins much thought of and
sought after in this community."
B.M. HsTcnms, M. .. Bedford. Cuysboga eo.,
O. Aueust 36. 18SS. said: "The Bitters you ship
ped me in May last are all f ons I think It a
good medicine, and 1 am recommending it to my
patients and friends, (which 1 do for no other pat
ent medicine.) Yoo will pleas forward, a large
S. raises, wooster, v., nor. ju, joas, main ;
" Ihave used some three or four bottles of Hoofl
and'a German Bitters lor Dyspepsia, and derived
great bene fit from tbeir nse. I believe tbem to
be good ror alt uiseascs lor wmca uc tv svuuw
uvn nam. Wooster. O.. October . 1833. said :
You ask me my opinion of tbe German Bit
tare. 1 have uaed tbem for Dyspepsia and Indi
gestion, and take pleasure in stating that I think
tbey are tbe very best remedy extant for the above
eomolaints thev are decidedly in advance of all
the proprietary medicines of the day."
sir. uil IS a Ulllinguisneu lawyer oi nooner.
These Bitters are entirely vegetable. They never
prostrate the system, but invigorate it.
For Sale by R. H, CHUBB fc CO., Ashland, and
by Druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere.
Asnianu re, j, ui ry.
Of flee Franklin Jc fYarremR.R. Col
Pbabklib, fortsge co.. Ohio, sept, xo. ib. i
iBtSgpAteVh-c' V. YTt
-To- held June 11 1M1 tha fallowing assess
menU unon Stock aubsr.Hntlnns were made, via;
Ten percent, payable July 1st, 1853, and an assess.
ment ot ten per cent, at tbe end oi ."
In, ml, dava iint' IK. whole amount is paid.
Three instalments are therefore now due. to wit:
The first when subscribed, (by tbe charter.) tbe
second July 1st, aud the third. August Slst.
Subacribeis in Ashland vmage i .vuaii., j o
respectfully requested to immediately pay all
inatalments now due, and as they herea.ter be
come due. at the Banking House of Luther, Crall
dr. Co.,Arhland unless called aponby tha Collec
tor. juel w. ir tiEiipec.
"' -tiiJ.;i-j i sua V-s3"
Carter's Spauisli mixture
THE GREAT PURIFIKR OF THE -BLOODS
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY
IN IT. -
AW Infallible Remedy for Scrofula, King's Kvll
Rheumatism, ObstiuatsCutmneoua Eruptions,
Pimples or Pustyss oa tbe Face, Blotches. Bails,
Chronic Sore Eyes, King Worm or Tetter, Scald
Head, Enlargement and Pain of -the Bones sad
Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilids IMsorders.
Lumbago, Spinal Complaints, aad all Diseases
arising from an injudicious use of Mercury, las
prudence in Life, or Impurity or tbe Blood. - -
This valuable Medicine, which has become celc -brsted
for tbe number of extraordinary cures ef'
fected through its agencr, baa induced the pro
prietors, at the urgent request of their friends, t
offer it to the public, which they do with the at
most confidence in its virtues sad wonderful cara
tive properties. Ths following certificates, select,
ed from a large number, are, however, tragr
testimony than the mere word of tbe proprietor
and are all from gentlemen well knew ia thaif
localities, and of the highest respectability, assays
ot them residing ia tbe city of Richmond, Tt.
F. Bovns, Esq.. of tbe Exchange JVotel. Rich
mond, known every where, says k la sees tbe
Medicine called Carter's Spanish SUvrtor adminis
tered ia over a hundred cases, ia aearly all tbe dis
eases for which it is recommended, with ths mostf
astonishingly good remits. Be says it is taw ae
extraordinary medicins b haseverseea.
Asdbabb Favsa GitiT Ccsc-1 hereby certf
fy , thst for three years I bad Ague and Fever f ta
most violent description. 1 bad sevsral Physici .
ani, took large quantities of Qninine, Msresry.
and I believe sll the Tunics advertised, bat all'
without any permanent relief. At last I tried Cas
ter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effect
ually cured me, and 1 am happy to say 1 have bad
neither Chills or Fever since. I consider It the best
Tonic in the world, and the only medicine that,
ever reached m y case.
Beaver Sam, near Richmond, Va.
2. B. Lc'B Esq., now in the city ef Richmond,
and for many yeara ia the Post Office, hassechcoa
Sdence in tbe astonishing efficacy of Carter's
Spanish Mixture, that hs has bought upwards or SO.
bottles, which he has gives away to the afflicted.
Mr. Ltfck says he has never known it to fail WSea
tsken according to dircetions. -
Dr. Minos, a practicing Physician, aad formerly
or the ity Hotel, in tbe city or Richmond, saya
he has witnessed in a number of instsacs tha
effects of barter's Spanish Mixture which were
most truly surprising. He lays ia a case ef Coa
sumptiun, dependent on ths Liver, ths good effecta
were wonderful indeed.
Sabcki. M Dbikkkb, of tbe srra of Drinker c
Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint
of 8 years standing, by the use of two bottles af
Carter's Spanish Mixture. .....
Gsbat tataa or ScaoruLA-Tbe Editors of the
Richmond Kepublican had a servsnt employed la
their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, cobs.
bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled
bim from work. Two bottles of artrs Spsjristi
Mixture made a perfect cure of him. and the Edi.
ors, in a public notice, ssy tbey "cheerfully recesr-J
mend it to all who are afflicted with aay disease
Still A noraia "nas or Sea ore t. a. I had a vol y
valuable boy cured ot Scrofula by Carter's Span
ish Mixture. 1 consider it trnly a valuable medi
cine. James M. Taylor, Condactor oa ta R. F. dk
P. R. R. o., Richmond, Va. s
SALT RHEUM OF SO YEA KB STAKDIKG "URK '
Mr. Joan Tioarwv, residing ia tbe city of Rich
mood, was cured by three bottles of Carter's Span,
ish Mixture, or Salt Rbeam. which he bad aearly 9
yeara and which all the pjhasseiaas ef tbe city
couia not car, Mr. TBompsoa is a weir a
mere bant la the city or BtcBsaOB, Vs.,
ears i meet: remaraaai.
Wa. A. Mattstbws, of Richmond. Be a servant
caved ef SyphilL. ia tbe worst form, by Carter's
Spanish Mixture. He saya he cheerfully recess
mends it, aad considers it sa iavsloabt medicine.
Ricvabp E. Wasr, of Richmond, was cared f
Scrofula, and what Pbysician- called con firmed
consumption, by three bottles of garter, Spanish
Ebwix BuaTOji.-commlssloner of the isvense,
says he has seen tbe good effects of Carter"! Spanish
Mixture ia a somber of Syphilitic cases, aad eeye
it is a perfect cure for thst horrible disease.
Wa. G. Habwoob, of Richmond, cared of Old
ores ana- eTfoera, which disabled him from walk
ing. Took a few bottle or Carter's Spanish Mix.
ture. and waa enabled to walk without a crutch,
in a short tims permanently cored.
Principal Depots at M. W'abb Close eh CY.
83, Maiden Lane, New York.
T. W. Dvott dr. Sons, So. 133, Korth Sd Street.
Philadelphia. ' -
Bbmmbtt dt Bbbbs, Ho. 125, Mala St.. Blebs,
And for sale ty R. H. Cnnaa, Ashland, H. See,
dt Co. Savanna, J.KsifMiBesB, Hayeaville, J. Horr
bam, Jeromeville, Annsason ec Rowab, Loadoa
ville, andDealers in Medicines everywhere.
Jas. 18. '34. - BMIy.
AFFLICTED READ. '
Philadelphia Medical HenwIsujlitWJ tof
yeara ago, by Dr. K1NKELIN, corner Thirst
and Uoioa streets, btwa Spssc Viaa.,
Philadelphia, Pa. .
Invalid ara appriae that Dr. Hiaelia ca-
fine his practice t a particular branch f aa)
icine which engages his uadivided atteatiaB,
B cations-tie unfortunate against tha abe
of mercury; thousjnuV aa anal ly mercurial
xed ont of lite. Keceat atfectioae arv pi laiat
ly extiagnised. Twenty year of Experiemew: .
IB the treatment el a class or diseases awtaoiaa
aefiiecled aad imoerfectlv understood, haaea-
abled Dr. Kinkelin, (Aathor of a work oa Self
Preservation.) to prove that aiae-teaUie f tho
causes of nervous debiliy, local aad coasiita
tiooal weaknesa, mental aad physical ssttsr
ing , are traceable to certaia habile, fbrmiaf the
moat secret yet deadly ana tatai springs ol
domestic i.isery aad premature mortality. .
Take Particular Notice. There isaa ovtl ha
bit sometimes indulged ia by boy, ia solitsde.
often growing up with tbem to manhood, aa
which, if not reformed ia duo time, it Botoaly
beget serious obstacles to niatrimvaiat happi
ness, but gives rise to a series of protracts,
insiduous and devastating affection. Fw el
those who give way to this paraieioos Biae-
tice are aware of the consequences, uatil they
find the nervous system shattered, feel Strang
and unaccountable feclinga, aad vague feat
in the mind.
Tbe unfortunate thus affected becomes fee
ble, is uccble to labor with accustomed vigor,
or to apply hi mind to study bis step i tar
dy and weak, be is dull, irresolute, aad en
gages in histport with less energy tbaa asaal.
it be emancipate mmaeii Deiore tne prac
has done its worst, aad eater matrimony, hie
marriage is unfruitful, and hiaaense tola bim that
this it caused by hi follies early. These are cob
aiderations which should a wakca th atlantioa
of those similarly situated.
Marriage requires tha falfillmeat nf etrtnt
conditions, in order that it may be really tha
cause of mutual bappiaes. - Coald tb vail
which covers the origis of domestic wretched
ness be raised, and iu true source ia ovary ia
staaca disclosed ia how msay coald it b
traced to physical disqualifications aad their
attendant disappointments! Apply then while
it ia yet time, ia order to kava your a strung
and relaxed orgaaixatioa rebraced.frem making
your case kaowa tooae who, from edaeetiea
aad respectability, can certaial berevivile
Remember tbat he who plscea himself un
der Dx. Kinelin's trestmeat, may religiously
confided ia hia honor aa a gentleaiaa. aad rely
upoa the assurance, that tha secrets ofDr.K.'e
patient will sever ie"islosed.
Young ma a let ao false modesty deter yoa
from making your s -kaowa ta oa; who,
from educatioa aad respeeUbU.ity, "..
ly befriend yoo. -
T many think tha will eonaf t,fc ser e t
ia thai ow beast, and cux hemaelvev
Alas? haw oHoa is this a fatal dflysioa,. adj
how many a promising young maa, w9 "'f kA
have been aa ornament to aociaty, has yiae
from tho earth. " .
- Strictures of tho urethra ar rapidly remove
by tho applicatioa of a tea thrp)Btical
ageat, used, only by Dr. K. - Wenknea a a
Constil ntional debility promptlj cured, mnd ful
Country Invalid caa have, hy abating their,
case explicitly, together with ail than yatp
toms, per letter enclosing a remittance) Dr.
K.'a medicine, sporopriated aocordiagly.
Forwarded to any part of th Uaite States,
aad paekd secure from DAMAG& orCUJUiOba
RBA1M . '
Tenth and Manhood nitaran Ufa an yromo,
tnre Death Kinkelin an Sett Praearwatiaem-Qnlu
It is a work emiaeatly required, aa a mesa
of reforming the vices of the sge ia which
With sates far she Prolongation of Ufa, foe from
A latter with a remittance af SS casta, a
tho vain,, in poat a Lamps, ddre la Dr. Kia
elia, Philadelphia, Pa., will eecare a eopy a'
either of the above boohs by retara taau
12 copies will be seat f of postag (rl.
Bookseller, Canvssserr, Travelling Agents
&c , supplied wholesale at th pbliahr pri
ces, which admit oi a large proat. aewsi
Utter mutt be pott paid.
March 22nd, 1254. Iy44
AGISTS WANTED. -
FROM three to five dollara par day, war
ranted to aay youug maa of eaeigy, . Ad
dress, Post-paid, A. P. Cubbt, Nw Loaaea,
Huron Couutv, Ohio. ' t
July 26th, '1854. 4wt