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"DELAWARE DI8T. JOSEPH A.YER8, P. E.
Delaware L.- B ' GarleT : '
Bi V South. Delaware T. P. Hildreth;
JRishwood L . BlanpierJ, S. C. Lewis ;
p Cherokee S. B. Guiberson ; .
; - llarseillea J. S. Cutler, R- Lawrence;
Mt. Gilied A: ColeiriAn ;
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tl UhestervUle J. wneeier, u. Juoore;
' CardingtOH L. McMahan, C. W.
etchum. . '
Galena S. LyTich,; A. S..Lyon -
.. ..Waldo W. 8. Paul, A. L. Thurs
ton '. " . . . " "
Marion J. F. Kennedy : -."Baejriui---O.
Bttrgea8.;R. B. Morri
8on ; -, . ". '
v -SaiotoMiasua---L. Herbert, S. Rob-
erta; -. . : .- " .
': . rikik n TTnivArsArT-1
Thompson, President,- W. JIa.'. Harris,
s E. G. Garit, Agent.: , . .
;HTVSBSO-WST.-'T; H. Wiwow, P. E.
" "Mt1. Vraon, 1st charge H- E. Pil-
:cher: ' 1 ." " . '" ' . '".'.
. Mt .Vernon 2d charge A. Har
. mount " ' ' . .:
. Jlartinsborgh A. S- Moffatt ; .
. East . Union N. S.. Worden", N.. J.
; Dresden H. Safford ; . ' .'. - - .
iloscoo W. H, Taylor, J. A. Ber-
' jfew , Comerstown W. Bogga, .E.
BJchinond T ' ; ' -
t , Keen D. Lambert ;"
NashTille J; McNabb, R Jones ;
Amity J. Woolfe, A Cochran ;
; Predric J. S. Kalb, E. Hook.
MAIffFIEI-D DIST. H. HtmPHaT, P. E.
Mansfield W. C. Pierce ;
IBeUeville W. -Hodaon, J. Whit-
worth ; ' "
','Gallion Z. C, Norton. E. J. McClel-
land; .. .: .. , . - .
Ollivesborgh II. J. Dubois, A. R.
. ?wnes ; . .
Shelby R. Hage ;
i Plvmontli T. Barkdoll, H. Kenyen:
; Fairfield S.; D. Seymour, S. B. Wil-
OB. . t. -, , ----v .
- ,TSulliTan A. Rumfield;' - '
' 1 rOrange L: Parker ; . .
'Ashland L. Whiteman :
Jeromeville H. L. Parish, P. R.
31 Loudon villeBL 0. Sheldon, D. P.
v - WeUineUm C. L. Foote. 1 W. C.
Heustisa ; . .
:'R., H. Chubb, Agent American Tract
Society. - ' -: - .
.'' wooster ; DisT. J. F, . Keixaji, P.. E.
H Wooster JL S. Bradley .
Mt Eaton J. Warner; --Canton
8. H. 'Alderman. S. ' Fair
child; ' .'. ' J" ' '
Massillon W. H. Nickerson y . " '
' 'rCattal Dofer J. Elliott ; ' ' ' -
ShanesTille J. Matlock, W. B. Far-
rar.-.--. - , ' - , -. ,- -
- - -"Millersbarg- R. Biggs, 'J. Hayes;'
Fredricksburgh C. If. Brandenburry;
Congress 3. Mo war, A. R. Palmar;
- Weatfield D. Oeker ;
Wadaworth W. M. ' Conaut,G. A.
Reeder;'. . - ,
' Orville Mission J. S. Broadwell.
aiinDSKr dict. W. B. DiaBaow, P. E.
" Sandusky, 1st charge J. D. Caples ;
v . ? . do - - 2d charge S. M. Beatty ;
. Mariners' Bethel E. R. Jewett ;
' " Tiffin J, Quigley;. . . - -
I Republio a faat L." HiU; -,
. Bellevue W. G. Wells; ,
' Norwalk J. A. Mudge ; - -"
' Monroeville S- A. lee, one - to be
supplied ; " ' J
Milaii A Wheeler ; "r
Fremont W. H. Seeley;
Dlyd T. J. Gard, W. R. Kiatler ;
. iFort'Clinton J.MeKean;
Meluiore L. 8. Johnson, W. M.
- jaSord ; :
-Jort Senica J. Milligan ; .
' Amhers tville and Huron Mission F.
- W.-Verticaa, -J. H. Beardsley. ' '
BttKA V DISTTICT. L. "Pb.EHT1CE, P. jS-
Elyria U. Richard
ATaa-D D, T, Matteson ;
: "Dover--SGeorge ;
- Weat-CleTelaad T. J. Pope r
-' " - - Mission P. Plum-
mer ; .- . ; - ,
Brooklyn Station J. R. Jewit ; ,
" . Circuit M. Newton, D. D.,
- S.Ragh; ' . " '
iBerea C Hartly ;
-Richfield S. F. Ward, T. L. Waitc;
Brunswiek C. Thomas ;
Medina J.' A. Brown;
." Olmstead. Falls L. M.; Pounds;
, Florence- G. .W. Breckenridge, J.
M. Wilcox ; -
La Port E. H. Bush; -
. -Amherst D. JDriskell ; ,.-
-Baldwin Institute A. Nelson, Pxin
cipalrjr.M. Morrow, Agent, -
r ' -Halfax, Sept.. 13.
iThe steamer from Liverpool 2nd ar
arrived at 10 P. M." ' Flour had declin
ed 3s. for the week, wheat 15d. and corn
1 to 2s. V Harvest remarkably fine and
tendency prices for all kinds of bread
stuffs strongly downwards.
' Boomersund has been abandoned by
allies who hare also destroyed the forti
fications as well as those of Hango.
Queen Christiana has been expelled
from Spain and all her property confis
cated. '" . ' '
Consols 95. Money easy.
The Ham a ere" done bv the fire at Var
na was estimated at half million ster
ling, and the Allied Troops were put to
great straits by the destruction of part
of their commissary. -
Dates from Constantinople to the 17 In
do not confirm the defeat of the Turks at
The cholera was very bad at Boomer
sund, particularly among French troops.
It was stated at Copenhagen that Gen
eral Bartqua de Pelliersbad offered the
King of S weeden fourteen millions francs
for the first month, and seven millions
for the succeeding months, as a subsidy
to - be paid on his joining the Western
The .British Jlinvoy naa several audi
ences with the King.
A large portion of the X rencn troops
were said to have re-em DarKea irom
Boomersund, and that it was intended
to make a descent on the coast of Fin
land, westward of Helsingford.
A part of the fleet consisting ot the
heavy ships, have sailed in that direc
Of the Swedish Diet the house' of
peasenta had proposed to the iving - to
take measures to prevent tne Aiana is
land from returning to Russian domin
The Norman papers announced the
approaching conclusion of a treaty offen
sive and detensive with Austria ana toe
Western. Powers. The preliminaries are
said to be settled. There was also a
question of an additional article to the
Austro-Prussian convention of appeal.
it would Derhaps place Prussia on a bet-"
A telegraph irom JSusseis announces
the resignation of the Belgium ministry.
. Letters from Madrid of 24th report
that a royal decree had appeared sup
pressing the so-cauea dumas oi saieiy
and armament which nave been tormea
in the- province. ' -
The Niagara is fully due at Halifax
with three days later news. -
No other political news of importance.
" . - -New Yorx, Sept. J 3.
" Further dispatches from Maine make
Merrill's election for Governor certain,
not a single democratic Senator has been
elected. ". ' . ' -
Dates from Mexico to 3rd inst., report
several victories, by " the Government
Troops over the insurgents.
Queen Victoria has ratified the fishe
rv treatv and orders have been sent to
Canada for the immediate admission of
our . fishermen to the unrestricted free-
dnmflf the fiflherieB. '.' -
V The President approves of thesen
tence of the Court Martial Cashiering
of Capt. Dowmg.
The VVashmeton Union has a letter
on slavery from Henry A. Wise, in an
swer to N. Adams, o: Mass.
- New. York, Sept. 12.
The Whig assembly district election
for delegates to the Syracuse Convention
was held this morning.
The contest was between Sewardites
and Silver Greys, and the latter succeed
ed in electing nearly ail their candidates.
" , Ex-President Filmore and son arrived
' ' . Washington, Sept. 11.
. The Cabinet held a long session to
day, in which Cuba and Greytown are
believed to have been the texts for cogi-
William H. Harrison has been ap
pointed Collector at the port of Ric
Messrs. McCulloch. of Maryland, and
Gillott of New York, the former a-Con?
troller and the latter' Solicitor of the
Treasury, are now spoken' of for the po
sition of First Controller. '
Mrs.: Benton, the excellent and high
ly esteemed wife of Col. Benton of Mis
souri, died in this city to day. Col. B.
was passionately devoted to her, and
her death -ia a great blow 'to him.'
' A Cabinet meeting "was held this
morning on important dispatches receiv
ed from the American Commissioner at
the Sandwich Islands, concerning the
treaty between the United States and
those Islands. . ." .
PCBLISHGD HI ATJTHOK1TV.
The Email Note Law.
178. -.- " A!? ACT
To prohibit the C'rculatioa of Foreign Bsak
Bui, oi a teea deaomiaution than ten dollars.
Section 1. Beit enacted by the Gen
eral 'Assembly of the Slate of 07iio,
That from and after the first day of Oc
tober, m the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred- and fifty four, it
shall be unlawful for any person .or per
sons, hrm, or body corporate, to pass,
transfer or circulate, cither directly or
indirectly, or offer to pass, transfer or
circulate, or cause to be passed, trans
fered, or circulated, or to receive, or
cause to be received, any bank bill, or
note of a - less denomination than ten
dollars, unless said Jbank "bill or- note
shall have been issued by any made pay
able at one of the banks of this State,
in accordance with the laws of this Slate ;
Provided, however, that the mere trans
fer or receiving of sack unlawful paper
bona fide, for the purpose of sending the
same directly out ot this State, for re
demption, shall not be deemed a viola
tion of the provisions of this act.
Sec. 2 That all bank bills ot a less
denomination than ten dollars, unless is
sued by and made payable at one of the
banks of this State, in accordance with
the laws of this State, shall not directly
or indirectly, be paid out or received in
payment of any tax, debt, judgment,
decree, fine, Or amercement, or other
demand whatever : and all such unlaw
ful paper shall be held in this State to
be worthless, and . all contracts in rela
tion thereto null and void ; and any dis
bursements or payments or exchange for
other property of value, made or attempt
ed to be . made therewith, of no effect
whatever. -- ' -
Sec. 3. That any bank or bankers,
broker or brokers, or body corporate, or
public othcer or officers, knowingly vio
lating any of the provisions of this act,
snail forfeit and pay lor every such vio
lation, the sum of one hundred dollars,
and anv other nerson or Dcrsons the sum
of ten dollars, to be recovered in a civil
action n the name of the State of Ohio,
upon complaint in writing, on. oath, in
the same manner that debts of a like
amount are by law recoverable, and un
der the same limitations and provisions,
one half of which shall go to the person
complaining, aad the other half to the
Treasurer ot the township m which the
offence was committed, and for the use
of common schools in said township ;
and- the person so complaining shall not,
after the filing of such complaiut, be li
able to a lorteiture in the same case,
although a party of the same offence.
Sec. 4. The . following shall be the
form of the complaint in suits for for
feitures under- the provisous of this act,
so far as the same may be applicable, but
may be varied to suit the nature of the
particular case, namoiy : State of Ohio,
. County, , ss. Before me, A.
- AKIII.AD MARKET.
AlBLAKD, Sept. 13th 1854.
Wiut 1 CO
Plods scarac at.. (10
0t.... ..30a 31C
Co 44 a 50
Timothy .........'.. .8.00
Bctte fresh in roll .....5c
Lasb. . 8c
FCA-rnraa . . ...40c
Bsaswax ; .20a25
- CLEVELAND HUUKET
Clevslaitd, Sept. 18, 1854.
Market dull and bot little doing, aupply and
Flour Unchanged from yesterday, ruperfine
held at 8,60a9, best extra $9,60a9,75 retail at
Wheat Slightly declined, sale yesterday of-i
two carloads white at 91,75 todny no transac
Corn Held at 97a68c which is. the nominal
Oats Firm at 40c with sale of 600 bu.
Potatoes 75aS7j c with, sales.
NEW YOItK JWAKKET. !
New Yore, Sept. 18, 1804. ;
Flour For all grades except common state
and Michigan is scarce and wanted Tor fillinr.
contracts is heavy and dnll ; to realize upoa
an considerable parcels lower figures lhas
our quotations would have to be submitted to )
demand mainly Tor city trade , receipts ofbe
tcr gaadrs on increase; some disposition 0r
contract for future delivery : siles 2000 bb1s
8,75a9 for common to strait and choice state
9al0,f0 for good Taney and extta Ohio ; 9a9,S7
for extra Mich ; 9,75al0,62 for extra Genesseb;
Canadian nothing doing and prices unchanged.
9,75 for good superior. -
Wheat Firm fair milling demand; sound
parcels of both white and red scarce anc com
mand full price.
PROCLAMATION is hereby made to all the
qualified Electors of Ashland County, O.;
that a general election will be held a required
by Law, on Tuesday the 10th day of October
A. D. ,1854, at the several places of holding
elections in said county, at which time the fol
lowing officers are to be chesen vis :
- NATIONAL OFFICERS.-' :
One Representative to Congress. " '
STATE OFFICERS. . '
One Supreme Judge ;
' One Member of the Board of Public Works.
One Probate Judge ;
Oqe Clerk of the Court ;
. One Proaecuting Attorney,
. One Sheriff; .
One Treasurer ; - . . -
One Infirmary Director.
Aud the eVruetecs of the several TownsVps
in said County, are requeated to return to the
Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, the follow
ing numberof Jurors from their respective town--1.
: A .: .
tne I ownsmp ot Hanover..
D A G U E R R E AH GALL EP. Y!
THE public nre hereby notified, that the
.undersigned has opened a splendid Da
guerrean Gallery, over the Store- of J-.R. Squire,
Ashland, Ul.io, ana rcspccitimy solicits tne
patronage of the public. In addition to the
usual appendages of a Pictnro Gallery, the
subscriber has added a
which poors down a flood of light upon the per
son setting, thereby enabling the operator to
take good pictures at short sittings. The sub
scriber understands all the new and o'd pro
cesses perfectly, and has no hesitation in say-
lllg 1 11 HI 11 V (Jilll l- gUUU Nll.HU.UVU B.
operator in this section of country. Specimens
can he seen by calling at the rooms. Hours
for operating from 8 o'clock, A. M., to 4 o'
cleck , P. M. Picturos taken in clondy aa well
as clear weather. F.KINNAMAN.
Ashland, Sept. 12th, 1854. 16tf
CLEVELAND, 0H10. 1 -
IKCOHPOIUXISB ftlfi, 1854. -
B.C. POLSOM, A B., Principal, Teacher of Practi
cal and Ornamental Penjtieosbip. .
B. P. GOOHNDCa Saperiutsnuent. Prof.of the
Theory, aad fvaclica o Book-Kpin(r au Lec
turer pa Mercantile Customs, General Law, s of
Trade. Accounts, ic. ' - -
W.B. HOLI8TKK, Assistant la Book Keeping 1-
, GKO. W1LBY. THOS. H. HAT and D. B. PRKHI.A4
of tas Cleveland Bar. Lecturers en Mercantile
Kcv. E. H. KEVIN and J. C. VAUGHN, Esq.,
Lecturers on Political Kconoutv.
R. F. HUallSTON, Lecturer on tbe History of Com
meres and ths Art of Computation. v
A. C. Brown well.
John B Waring,
T. C. Severance,
, Harmon L.Cbapin,
Truman P. Haudy,
8. H Mather,
It. P. Eels,
T. F. Hay.
John L. Severance.
G. W. Safrod.
do Green ......
do Clear Creek .
do Orange.. ....
Hayesville Marble Shop.
13., one of the justices of the peace of
said county, personally came C. D.,who,
being duly sworn, depo6eth and saith,
that on or about the day of ,
in the -year , in the - township of
, at the county of-
said, E. F., (if a bank, body corporate,
broker, or public officer, describe them
accordingly,) did knowingly pass, (or
transfer, or cause to be passed or trans
feree), &c, as the case may be,) to one
Q. II., a certain bank bill, (or note,) of
the denomination of dollars, not is
sued by aud made payable at and one of
the banks of the State of Ohio, iu ac
cordance with the existing laws of said
ytate, and this deponent verily believes
the foregoing complaint to be true, aud
further saith not. (Signed) C. D.
S.worn to and subscribed before me, at
the township and couuty aforesaid, this
dav of -. A. -B., Justice
Let the watchword of the people be. Repeal! tVhD
men become so infatuated with power, either In
poHPeraion or expectancy, as to run off after every
new dogma, and at the oidding of their imperial
masters, pass laws in direct violation of the plain
est principles of our republican institutions, it be
comes tbe Vox Populi to rise in their might, with
outdistiuction of party, and compel ourservants to
repeal those obnoxious portions of our laws that
strike at the root of our independence. Ro, a'so
physically ; when men run off after every new
tangled nostrum opened to ths public. They not
only endanger their own, bnt the lives of their
fami'ies anUfriends. It is therefore w:th pleasure
we again recommend to the afflicted the uae of
McAlibtkr's alt.-hsalinu- OiirrMcifT, an old and
well-tried remedy, and almost certain cure for
hums, Bruises, Cuts, Wee vels. Scald Head, Ague In
the breaflt. Corns, Spinal Affections, Fevers, and
.11 Febrile diseases, too numerous to mention
That by restoring the insensible perspi-ation, iten
a'-.les the system to tnrow on au tae oia worn out
particles, thereby restoring to sound and perfect
health. For sale by J. B. F. Sampsel de co., aud R.
H. Chubb 6z co . Ashland ; J. McCi ory, Mifflin : T
W. Coulter, Perrysville; 1). E. Stockman, Loudon
ville: L. Spencer & CO., McKay; J. Kinninger &
co. Hayesville; Hagerman and Buchanan, Hayes
vilie; Coulter and Goodwin, Lafayette; W.- Spen
cer a- co., Albion; J. J. Wright, Sullivan: Michael
Kriege, Orange; H. 8. See If co., Savauah ; E. F.
' A Wonderful Discovery has recently been made
by Dr. Curtis, of this city, in tbe treatmentof con
sumpiiou, asthma, and all disessesof the lungs.
We refer to ir. t urlis-s uygcan or, lonauug My
gean Vapor and cherry syrup." Within this new
method the Dr. hss restored many afflicted onea to
perfect health ; its an evidence of which he has
innumerable certificates. Speaking of the treat
ment a nhvsician remarks: It is evident -that in
haling constantly breathing an agreeable' healing
vapor, the medicinal propreties muBt come In dl
rect contract witb the whole of the aerial cavity
of the lungs, and thus escape the many and varied
chauges produced upon them when introduced in
to the stomach, and subject to the process ot di
gestion. The Hysy sua is for sale at all the drug
gists throughout the country. JV T. Dutchman.
See advertisement of Medicated Inhalation In
can other column of thla paper. - -..-...;yS
GREAT ATTRACTION !
At the Old Ili'tcU Corner,
, New, York, Sept. 15.
: A Contractor named Joou" Graham,
was murdered at his residence last night,
on- Eighth Avenue, by a man named
Barney McGee aud two other .Irishmen.
The murder was caused by some diffi
culty in money matters. .
. The murderers dragged Graham to an
alley-way and ripped out his bowels."
Mrs. Graham was badly injured in try
ing to save her husband.
It is reported that one of oar largest
publishing houses is about to suspend.
Liabilities supposed to be very large.
Advices from Havana to the 7th, have
It is- stated that the Spaniards and
Creoles were manifesting their disapro
bation of the Government, while the sol
diers from Spain, who participated in
the late revolution, were actively engag
ed , in disseminating insubordination
among their associates.
New York, Sept. 15.
Borland of Greytown notoriety has re
tired to private life in Arkansas. - "
The Herald says advices have been
received by our Government from our
Minister to the effect that the new min
isters have agreed tipon terms for the
sale- of Cuba, and that both England and
Franca had acquiesced in the transfer.
Wm. Drummond, of Illinois, has been
appointed associate justice of Utah.
fry The funeral of Mrs. Benton took
place at Washington on Tuesday... The
President was among the number who
followed the remains -of this estimable
lady to her tomb. " CoL Benton is at
present in Missouri,
of the Peace. Upon such complaint be
ing filed, the justice shall issue a sum
mons thereon, (or capias, or other civil
process, upon the proper affidavit baiug
made, as the case may be,) stating brief
ly therein, the substance of such corr
plaint, and make such writ returnable,
as in other cases. -.
Sec. 5. That the members of every
firm, and the stockholders of every in
corporated company, and every bank or
banker, broker, public officer, or other
person, shall, in addition to the forfeit
ure specified in the third section of this
act, be individually liable for the re
demption in gold or silver coin, of all
such unlawful paper put in circulation,
paid out or transfered by them or such
firm, incorporated company, or bank of
which they are members or stockholders;
and every bank or other incorporated
company, who shall knowingly violate
any of tho provisions of this act, BhaH
thereby forfeit its oharacter and corpo
rate privileges; aud all notes, and oth
er securities or obligations, discounted
in whole or in part by any bank, banker,
broker or brokers, with, or by - paying
out the unlawful paper, tho circulation
of which is by this act prohibited, shall
be void and no action shall be maintain
ed to enforce the collection thereof.
Sec. 6. That all laws . and parts of
laws inconsistent wih the provisions of
this act, be. and the same are herebv re
pealed. F. C. LeBLOND,
Speaker of the House oi Reps.
President of the Senate, pro tem.
May 1st, 1954. " -
Thieit the beet kind of testimony. Rcsdit. '
Dr. A. I Asms Dear Sir : Having tested to my
satisfaction that your invaluable Liver Balsam has
crest virtues and believing it to be the beat Medi
cine now eiLant for the complete aenovation of a
diseased system, 1 would impress it upon the miads
of all who are iu the ieast out of health, to make it
their first business to give H a trial. '
I want you th aeud uae soms as soon'as possible.
ror i cannot uo wimout it in-my lAtniiy.
Hutu, Michigan. . -WM K.HARCH,
. JJj-ee advertisement in this iTapur.- 4Wjl7
Tl'plNVALIDS recovering from the efiecR of
Fever, liillious Diseases, or long continued illness
of any kind, will find Carter's Spanish Mixture the
only remedy which will revive the- drooping con
stitutions, expel all bad humors Irom the blood. ex
cite the liver to a prompt and healthy action, nd
by its tonic properties, restore the patient to life
We can only say try it. A single bottle is worth
all the so called Sarsaparillas in existence. It con.
tains no Mercury, Opium, or any other noxious or
poisonous drug, andean be given to tbe youngest
infant without hesitation.
Kee the certificates of wonderful cures around
tbe bottle. More than five tundred persons in. the
city of Kiehinoed, Vs , can testily to tts goon el
fects. JJJj-"t!ee advertisement. - 4wl7
TITAmoiio diseases, dyspepsia and liver com-
riUiul rank as most difficult to cure. We are plea
ed to have it in our power to point out a remedy
which hr. proved effectual in many cases, and
which we can safely recommend as a certain and
(tilalliahle cure: it baa been tho means of rescuing
thousands frcra an -untimely grave. We mean the
Hoofland's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M.
Jackson, at the German Medicine Store, ISO Arc h
street, Philadelphia. - ewI7
Dr. EoorLATs'i German Bitted, prepared by Dr.
C. Al . Jackson, are justly reckoned amongst -our
most valuable medicne. In cases of dysnepsia, it
acts lixe masic.staen?thenmg tbe tone of tbe atom
ach, stimulating the digestive powers, and giving
ruddy health to the checfl aud brigh ness to tho
eye. There are Ihousrnds in this community who
ecu test'fy to tbeir- -virtues, and tboosauds will
hereafter add their testimony. . 2wl7.
THE nndersisnetl having bought the Lab.cc
and Extensive stock of merchandise, for
merly owned by Robert McMahan.in this place,
nnounces to the citizons ol this County and
11 others -who wish to avail themselves of the
privilege of laying in their Puunr.a and Fall
urrLii'S cheap, tnat mi More is tne piace.
He intends keeping always on hand a large and
eneral assortment ot
GOODS OK ALL KINDS.
such as is wanted by tha peoplo in this region
Among our unprecedented variety are
f all Kinds, Styles snd Varieties. GROCE
RIES, a large Stock Salt, Fish, Plaster, in
hort every thing in tnat line, which will be
sold a' less prices than any other Merchant
dart sell. I am now and will be selling for
sometime at cost, so that my present stock may
be reduced to make room tor my
- F A Ss Ij SCI'P Ia Y .
tXar-All who wish great bargains, are invited
to call soon and examine my Stock aa t'.e goods
are going very fast, and yon may not have
another opportunity to secure your goods at
such low figures. Alt kinds ot
Wool, and any thing the Farmer has to sell, will
be taken in exchange tor goods. :
icy- Don't forget tne place the old BrxcK.
Corner , Jiast ot the McNulty House.
ti. W. MASSKUKLl.
Ashland, Aug. 16, 1354. n!2tf
Aaron Yarnill, Plaintiff,
il. F. Rowland, Defenda
4 T my instance an attachment was this day
issued for the cum of $122,29 and costs,
by John Taylor a Justice ot the I'eaxe to Han
ntcr lownihin. Ashland countv. Ohio, ae-ainst
the cou, moneys, credits and effects ofB. F.
Rowland, a noo-iesiucnt o. snia county,
- AARON YARNALL.
September 13, 1S54. 4wl7
. Administrator's Notice.
UTOriCE is hereby given, that the undersigned h
IN been duly appointed and qualified aa Admins-
tratoroi tbe bstale ol hamuel wierman, deceased.
late of Montgomery township, Ashland county,
Oluo. - Lite, v l us w A1.1J
Ashland, Sept. 80th, 1654. - 3w7
TS hereby given, that the undersigned was on
the secord of September, 1S54, duly ap
pointed Administrator of the estate of George
Murray, deceased, of Orange township, Asti-
land county, Uhio. 1 hose indebted to said
Estate -will please make immediate payment
And those hoiding claims against said Estate
will present them legally authenticated for
. Mail, Robbed. Yesterday & farmer
near Bellview, Huron county, on the
line of the Cleveland, Norwalk and To
ledo Railroad, was watering his cattle
in a ravine, when ho discovered some
half bushel of rifled letters lyiDg near
the brook. . The thief had taken proba
bly a through bag which travels on the
night Express . traiu, unattended by a
mail agent, and rifled its contents at his
leisure. The letters were taken to the
Bellview office, sealed up and forwarded.
"We shall have full particulars in our
Adm'r of the Estate of Geo. Murray, dee'd.
Ashland, Sept, 13. 1854. 3wl6
The Mysterious Expedition. It is
reported that the Catharine Augusta, a ( payment within one year from this date.
bark of about four hundred tons, sailed i - WM- RALSTON. -
on Friday last from N. York on a secret
expedition. She has a large number of
George Law's muskets on board, a fair
supply of ammunition, and is said to be
manned by as daring a crew as ever left
these waters men fit for any bold or
hazardous, enterprise. The propellor
Benjamin Franklin, which is understood
to be in some way connected with the
affair, the New York Herald says, i3
still in port, but will sail in a few days.
Jf3CThe "Wooster Republican states
that 3 deaths occurred in that town last
week from Cholera. One was a young
man who died on Monday, and the fath
er and ancle drank quite freely after this
death, and finally they died of the same
disease one on Tuesday and the other on
SKILL. NG & BURNS
HAVE the pleasure of informing tne public
in ecnernl. that they have just received
from New-York their Spring and Summer
Stock of Goods, which they offer to sell at
very low prices. To be convinced of this fact
the public will only have to call and examine
their large and varied s toe It ot .
Ready -Made Clothing, (Jlothi, Cassimeret, Vest
ing, Summer Stuffs , Leghorn and Palm-
Leaf HATS, GROCERIES,
IB T Mm !iM:
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS in great variety
hvtr-To the Ladies. We invite particular
attestion to our Slock ' or DRESS GOODS
which is one of the most desirable ever oflered
in Ashland. And to the comniunity"in general
we say, that we will not be undersold by any
rm in mis or aujuiutng touniies ; tor we are
determined, by close attention to business, to
see how low we can sell Goods and make a liv
ing. In short, oar Stock is very complete ; and
no pains, on our part, will bo spared to make
our Store the seat ol general attraction thro'
out the season, by -constant supplies of such
Gooda as the country requires, and at prices
mat win oe certain to give aatiataction.
J. D. KILLING,
Ashland, May 24th, 1854. 3ml
Old Iron Wanted.
fTIHE aubacriber will pay CASH for any quantity
J- oioiu. metal delivered, at nis toundry in Ashiana
reb. I. 37tf. - JU. U, -MAJibi'lltbD
Making In ill.
And the said Trustees will also, at the same
me and in the same manner, return to
the Probate Judge the following number of
urora from their respective townships, to sorvc
aa Jurors in Probate Court, to wit :
From tbe Township of Hanover..
do Clear Creek,
do Orange.. ..
- do Jackson..
Por the Mercantile Course. TUie unlimited. t0 00
The samo Course for Ladies 1500
Twenty Lessons in Practical Penmanship
simniv...... o v
For full Course in Flourishing, dtc... SS CO
The Principal of tbe Institution, guided by the
wants snd experiences of tbe Mercantile common!
ty bas hrecently secured some of tbe ablest men in
the stats as instructors ana lecturers in tne va
rioua departments of the College
Tbe Prof, of the Science of Accounts, lias bad
an experience of eight or nine years tm Commer
cial Affairs, alternating bis time. Partly as Teach
er, in the Mercantile Colleges of Cincinati, Pitts
burgh aud Cleveland, and partly as an actual Book
keeper in tbe best Business House in tbe Country
These rare qualifications, yet so desirable and so
setuom louud in our Mercantile bcaooia, wilt en
able this College to impart a more thorough
knowledge of the real sumitta of Practical and
Theoretical Book-Keepina than can be had proba-
Diy 10 any similar luBULauun iu m- inmates.
The subject of Commercial Calculations will
have more prominence in this than in most lnstitu
tions or the Kind, since a separate cbalr is to De deg
the tbe Prof, of Accounts. The modus operandi
of Teaching is entirely new and original pursued
dt uo mercantile etcnooi louna in no text mok
and may be justly and properly styled 4 telegraphic
in its nature, since it win abridge toe labors or
tbe Accountant, more than one hair. -
a. e a .if. . rr, . i renmauvniip in aoaiuon in me usual metnoas
iijanujaciUTera ui Munvmema, a vmu pursued, will be taught new snd unrivalled Sys
Pitnnpa i nlupsi X-r fit ififitAn nnel 1 m or uniryinraosrapny, aeveiopea oy me i-rinci-Oiones,
jaoies, cJ-C, Of lianan ana . extensive eiperienceaslnstiuctor in the
American Marble.. .: ' I Public Schools of this city and elsewhere. This
rrmATVTJ-FITT. f.. r,,t f,vnr wonhl system will produce ithe popular Commercial Hand
N pri fjlf!
Mcknight & king
of which notice is given according to
Ashland, Sept. 13,
J. D. JONES,
Sheriff of Ashland Co.
J. respectfully Inform the citizens of Ash
land and the adjoining counties, that they con
tinue- theabore business in all its various
branches; and having no Agents, they can and
will sell Grave Stones from 10 to 15 per cent.
cheaper than Shopscan that employ Agenta.
n is evident that per-sona ouyiag oi Agents
must pay the expenses of that Agency. Shop
on Main street, one door east of the Penn
sylvania House. 13tf
GREAT EXCITEMENT 1
of the day, In about half the time asoally devoted
to tnat purpose. -
TTr" For further particulars see circulars Just Is
sued and the regular catalogues. Send for them by
man. , ...
Cleveland, A us. . 1854. - - ' 45 tf
BtTTEBI SIX AHEAD!
THE undersigned begs leave to inform the citi
zens of Ashland, and the surrounding couuty.
that he has just received at his Stove and Tin ware
. . . - . . . . . . i . i i n r' i.. A" 1 1 cDr X.' W
csiaDiisnmeui iu abiiio.uu, . baAuuanu . ' .
DID assortment of the best and most improved
pattern of . . - . -
such as PARLOR. COOKING AMD BOX STOVES,
which he will sell at very low rates. And also, a
great variety of COPPBK, BKASS, Tl!t and JA-
rAflll WAKE, -
done on the shortest notice.
K. B. Old Brass, Copper and Pewter taken in
exchange lor ware. lbuiioiii.
Augusts, ua. u
BACON'S MERCANTILE COLLEGE
NORTH-WEST CORNER SIXTH AND WALNUT.
TiERSONS desirous of becoming thorough
. and accomplished accountants, will find it
greatly to tneir advantage to call on tne u n
dersigned, before engaging elsewhere ,ae he ia
prepared to demonstrate, fully, that his accom
modations lorstodents, tbe comprehensiveness
ot the course af instruction, and facilities lor
procuring situations for those desirous of ob
taining them, are unsurpassed, (aa it is be
lieved, unequaled,) by any similar institu
tion in tbe United Mates.
In addition to the regular course of instruc
tion, there will be a
SERIES OF. LECTURES
on topics of great importance in a commer
cial point ot view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy
Storer, E. D. Mansfield, Esq., Rev, Samuel
W. Fisher, Henry C. Lord, h-Bq., Pro!. Chas.
W. Wright, and other eminent Lecturer and
Businessmen. These lectures being a new and
important feature not introduced in any of the
oilier Mercantile Colleges. .
Notwithstanding tbe great expense atten
dant upon securing tbe services of able Lee-
turer and Assistants, tne l erms lor 1 union
will remain as heretofore, viz :
For a full course of instruction in DE '.
Bouk-Keepin?, Writine, Commercial
Calculation, Lectures, &c... i40 00
Writing (only) per month.........;..- '6 00
MEDICATED INHALATION I
A jew. if St'l hod.
A MQST W0KDER1UL DI8COVBRT fata
recently-, be en made by Dr. t'us-ris, for
the cure ot' Asthma, Consumption, Breaehitis,
Coirghs, Cplds, aad all Lung Complaints, tiy
Medicated Inhalation. Dr. Curtis' Hygtna, or
Inhaling Hygeniah Vapor and Ckerrf Byrnf,
has nccompln!ied tho most wonderful cores ot
Asthma and Cri-nmmf-tion in the City of New
York and vicinity fori few months past, ever
known to man.. It is prodaning an impression
on Disease of the lungs never before witness
ed by the ledicai Profession -'-'See certifi
cates in hands of Agents.
Thelulialer is worn on the breast, under tl.e
men, without the. Ic.st insonvemenae, the
heat of the body Leiug euiTicient to evaporate
the fluid,- supplying the lungs constantly with
a healing and ngrecable vapor, psssing iota
all tbe air-cells and passages of the lungs that
cannot possibly be reached by etber medioiae.
Here is case 1
BaooKi.tiT, H. V ., Dee. UHh, 18S3.
For aliout eight yesrs.I have bee severefv
afflicted with the Atha r for the last tw
year I have Buffered beyenel a0 power of sle
aeription; months at a time 1 have, ast nee
able to sleep in bed, (retting what rest I coelsl
sitting in my chair. My difijurfy of breathing ,
and my suBerinjs were ao great at tieaee, that
for hours together my friends expectee each
hour woo Id be my last. Unring the past eit
years l nave bid the aid- aad attendance or
some of the most celebrated, physicians,, bas
have received no permanent benefit, and bet
ittle relief. I at length bad the flood fortune
to procure Dr. Curtis' Ilygeana Yaper aud
Cherry Syrup. At the time I first obtained it,
I was si'Siering uuder one f my most violent
attacks, and was in great distress, almost snfr
locating tor want of breath. In less than tea
minutes from the time 1 applied tbe Inhaler
to my atmomncb. and took a teaepoonful of the
Cherry Syrop, I was relieved in a great moaa-
are irom tbe difficulty ot Dreaming, ana naa
a comfortable night. I have since continued .
it with tbe greatest possible benefit, aad ana
now comparatively welt... God only knows the
amount of sutfenng thin medicine has relieved
me from. My advice to the suffering is, fry if.
New York, Dee. 27th, 1863.
I came to New York in tbe shin Telegraph f
mv native place is St. John's, New Brunswick
when I reached this city, my health mt very
poor: had a very bad cough, raised a good deal
ol matter, wnicn was frequently mixes sua
bloods bad pain in my Jell side, and was very
thin and emaciated. My frienda and phjsicisa
pronounced my casa Consumption, and beyond
the reach of medicine. I accidentally heard
of Dr. Curtis'Hygenla, or inhaling Hygean Va
por and Cherry byrop, and obtained a package
which I verily believe was the means of saving
my life. Soon alter wearing tbe Inhaler. I
took the Cherry- Syrup aa directed, and con
tiancd to do so, my coujrh gradually growing-
better, until it entirely lelt me, and I now con
sider myself cored- I still wear tbe Inhaler.
aa the use of it is rather pleasant, aad believing
it strengthening and purifying to the longs, 1
feel unwilling-at present to dispense with it. "
Sold by Boyd k Paul, No. 149 Chambers at.:
C.H. Ring, corner of John street and Broad
way, N. i . Price 3 a package.
' N. B. Any person inclosing $3 to Boyd t
Paul, or Curtis at Perkins, NewV York, wil re
ceive a package containing a bottle of Hygean
Vapor, one of Cherry . Syrup, and aa Inhaler
in a neat box, by express, Iree to any part of
the United Suites; or four packages for $10-
June 7, 1864 1 - - ' lyH.
CLOVER BULLING & CLEANING MACHINE!
TTT AS awarded the First Premium-at the
VV World's Fair, in New York, in 1853.
Also at the Ohio State Fairs, lor three success
ive years t and at all other pl.-ces, whenever
exhibited. Warranted to hull and clean from 20
to 40 bushels per day, or from 2 to 6 bushels per
hour; and with a new. improvement, (now be-j Baker was appointed chairman, and
ing Patented) to be attached to tne machines
made ia 1804, they win nun ana eiean one rouru
more an the aune time, '
For sale by M.H.MANSFIELD,
Sole Manufacturer. Ashland, Ohio.
June 14, 1854. :- . .- . - , - n3tf.. -
A CERTAIN LORD who went princely dressed, I
a a. ouce told ttorspar that fnarmaceti was me
soverignest thing on earth for inward wounds ."
Weil, we do not gainsay that ; but we do know
thai li ol. i.LouU (Jul vejt' Colcbrated. KcceilV . .
?m- Curling and Waiving the Hair,
is the sovereienest tbins on earth." The pro
prietor, on leaving France, procured or tne ceie
Drateu ot-cniisi anu i-nyeioioeisv,. muu.. J m.vj o.
thin v.l u iLhln receioe at an immense expense.
All persons desirous of having tbeir Hair curled
and waive in beautiful ringlets till the latest period
of life cau have the same for one dollar, post paid.
This is a discovery which most persons have rea
son to doubt. Human ingenuity has sought for
yesrs to perfect a HAIR LIQUID that would curl
aud waive it. and one that should combine the
requisites to give the hair a beautiful natural tint,
and at the same-time not injure it. All former at
tempts have failed. Tbe compounds woniucuri ins
hair, but tbev would scorch, burn and turn it foxy.
Now, however, tbe thing has been accomplished ;
ana tne spienaiu nairuurnug i.iqui-i wuna riuia.
M. Louis Carvey and Byron H. Kobb offer to tbe
public may he relied upon aa a preparation com
iioauded on recently discovered chemical princi
ples, which have received the sanction of the most
eminent professors of that science. Itgives the
hair a soft glossy appearance aui causes it to ourl
and waive in such beautiful ringlets tbat tbe most
credulous person cannot but admire them. It does
not destroy the vitality ol ue nair, out acta as an
emllient! does not irritate or stain the curled:
warms the tnaaeulaa fibres with their tnousand
innerceptible branches in a natural activity, and
never rails ol success, it nas neon oeiore me pud
lie but a few weeks, vet its merits have already
established it. Sucb overwhelming popularity was
never known at any age, of the world oeiore, in
thi western and southern States, it has become the
only reliable Hair Curling Liauid in use. The re
ceive will ba sent to any part of the United States
by sendingone dollar. -'
TPP Beware of counterfeits All letter should
be directed to Prof. M. LOUIS GAKVKi, and
BYKOr H.KOUB, only.
Aug. 23. 1854. n!3-3m
N. B. Prosecutions will be promptly 'com-
enced fur any infringement ol the rights of
he Paltentee. - - M. U- M.
Kew Cabinet Wareroom
ipr rn.a3src3KEi i ;
mHE subscriber respectful'? announces
I that he has pe-manently located himself
in the town ol orange, Asniana county, uuo
where he is prepared to manaiacture all tind
of Cabinet Ware, such aa . ..
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS,
Dinine 7 ablet. Centre Tables,
to order, on tne shortest notice aud most rea
sonable terms. Particular attention given to
T ivniriiT Tf 1 Jt i BUSINESS
- Country Produce taken in ei change for work,
and Caan alwaya acceptaoie.
jw tin WILL.
Orange, April 5, 1S54. ' - 46t
MICHAEL MILLER presents his regards
to bis friends and the pnblic generally,
and respectfully announces that he has opened
a Public House for the accommodation of the
traveling public, directly, opposite the Samp
sell House, Main Street," Ashland, where he
will be glad to accommodate all who may favor
him witb a call. - His table will alwaya be sup
plied with the luxuries of the. aeaaon His
parlors'and sleeping apartments are large and
commodious. Good stabling for horses will also
and alaithtul Hostler alwaya in
V, OAXISiv -'
At a meetins of the Graduating Class of Bacon's
the Mercantile College, held in tne Lecture Room
of College edifice, Friday. Uta March, 11853, J. a.
Hiker was appointee coairman. ana mcsion ai
nold, Secretary. On motion; acommittse of five,
eomnosed of H. J.' Bowman. J. S. Baker. U. J.
Forsyth, T.O. Sawyer and Gee. Nicbol, was ap
pointed to report resolutions expressive or tas
high opinion entertained by tbe class, of ths mer
its OI WIS iniuionoil, SJK& OI u vptnawr in
quallncationa ot tne rnucipai ana nis Assisianis.
Whereupon, the committee reported tbe follow.
Ing preamble and resolutions, whicn.. .were, nnani.
monslv adorned: '
WmiKii. We. the members of the Graduat
ing Class of R. S. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
about to separate, desire to give expression to our
feelings ot respect for onr esteemed Iostructar,'aud
his corps of able assistants. Therefore.
- M fined. Tbat tbe thanks of tne class are dne
to our said instructors for the uniform kindness of
their deportment toward as while ia tbis Institu
tion "at the same time tbe thoroughness of tbeir
instructions nasenuuea wm to our nigasu r
neot and confidence.
- Heeeived, That we recommend to this Institita-
tion to all who may desire to acouirs a commer
cial cduaation, as affording the greatest facilities
for such acquisition. j
Resolved, That we as a class, affix nur names
to tbese proceedings, and that a wpy of them be
delivered to U.S. Bacon, and tbat tbey be published
in the city paper a
H. A. Bowman. Bi Black.- Wm. w. Snyder,
Isaac Baughman, J. 6. Baker, ' Franklin Elliott;
P. W-. Carroll, K. J. Poisyti, A. Paddock,
George Nichol, G. H. Hughes "Weston Arnold,
James Thompson, H. D. Kyger, Daniei Bowao,
w T Robinson. Geares Harvie. 8. Field.
Mnoirnu Collbok. "The examina
tion of tbe student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a
d.nft or nroncieaev on tnelr part highly creo li
able to themselves and Mr. Bacon, their Instruc
tor. The most difficult problems in Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as tea most simple, giving
ample proof to the audience tbat the information
imparted during tbe session would be of practical
DeneilW L'WWIWI .nqmrvr vj i. j.
The various complex questions proposea oy tne
Principal and other gentlemen present, were an.
swered witb great promptitude and conciseness,
which reflects great credit upon tbe course of study
pursued at this institution. cm. jaiiy ihkhi.
Mr. Racon is unrivalled as a teacher. A di
ploma from this College in Cincinnati, ia required
as a Sine en aeain outeiningsiLuationsia me mi
Mercantile Houses in large cities." Chillicethe
Jhmeioml Metronelis. Man 8th. f853. ' " - -
Mr Racon has constructed the upper portion of
his building expressly for the Jrarposesol nis cot.
iee.and withont anr doabt. it is tbe most com
I pieie arraneement oi iue uuu iu vuo v.
- 1 . a iB
LATEST SUMMER STYLES!
"VTRS. PILGRIM & CO., would respectfully
IT 1 inform the Ladies of Ashland, ana vtcin
ity, that they still continue the .
Millinery and Dress Making Business,
at their old stand, one door east of the ' Times'
printing office, and having just received the
LATEST SUMMER STYLES, and from their
long experience in the business, feel fully eon-
. . . . .:: n .u
tiueot ol giving entire satisiacuvu au uu
may favor them with their patronage. .
Asbiaad. July a. 1994. nii
. Boarding for private familie. or single per- lm:8.18.
sons can be had at reasonable rates. t - I This whole institution is undoubtedly the most
-. r I elegsnt and finished establishment, lor tne par-
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT. - """"S ?tltan""?mr'r- :
In connection with the Hotel, he will also
continue to keep open his BAKERY AND RES-
TAItA-H I , wnere ne win at an times aeep ua
hand- ' .. .. - - ,
Gonfectionaries. Pies, Bread. Cakes.
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, in snort
every luxury to be louna on tne taDies or nrsi
class eatinff housea.
fy-v- He vjishes' if distinctly ttnaerstooa, mat no
will be kept, either in the Hotel or Saloon.
Ashland, March Sta, 1854. n48 tf.
. SWAN'S REVISED
onr a rrTTTi7a m? fiTrrnf
rt A IT rip nrVTmJ"V01J In force Jan. 1854, with references to
jjHE Jt J X X li il Jci Xt X 1 prior laws, in one large Octavo J'oluem.
T7RNST BACHERER respectfully annonn
rj ccs to his frienda and lovers of good living
generally, that he haa made a complete rcno- i
vatienin hia establishment, one door west of
the McNulty House, Ashland, Ohio, and will
kunn ennHtantlT on hand durinff the ensuing
summer every luxury . usually found in this
N. B. Know all men, that no intoxicating
liquorwill be kept in my establishment.
Ashland, ftiarcn stn, iao. an ti.
( SUCCESSOR TO W. H. H. POTTER,)
Dealer ia Books, Stationery, wetlt
rauer, c, vc.
SCHOOL, Miscellaneous and Blank Books;
Stationery and Fancy articles. Have on
hand, and constantly receiving, the latest pub
lications. Store two doors west of the Samp-
sell -House. - - -
Ashland, July 26, 1354. 9tf
(varwsv, A M08 LKWIS wishes it dekjnetly
etJfci-- xl understood that he haa not quit tbe
Livery buesiness, and that be has just made quite
an edition to nis stable in tne tne articles oi cng
eies and 2:40 horses.
His Stable is now kept immediately back of
theSampsel House. Customers can always find
some person to attend to them either at tbe Sta
ble or the Sampsel House. Passengers carried from
Ashland in any direction, at moderate ralea.
May 17. 1854. KM
Save your Ashes!
A SHE3 wanted by the subscriber, :at hia
t Ashery in Ashland, for which the highest
market price will be paid in gooda.
- T.C. BUSHNELL.
October 26,1853. 22tf
Admi nistrettor'a notice.
OTICE ia hereby given that the undersign
ed haa been appointed and qualified aa
Administrator ol Daniel Campoeu, sr. , dec.
late ofMontgomery township, Ashland county
All persons having claims against said estate,
are requested to present them legally authen
ticated within one year from this date.' Those
knowingthemselvcs indebted most make imme
diate payment. DANIfci, CAntrUKLL.
August 25, 1854. 4wl4
Cim tui JonoBS or the SoranMC Cookt.
The undersigned have examined Swan's Re
vised Statutes of Ohio, for 1854. This volume
contains a compilation of the Statntes of Ohio
in force on the first of January, 1S64. The de
sign and -arrangement of the Book are good,
and carried out with great care and accuracy :
and we think tbe work ot great utility, and re
flects much credit upon tho Compiler and Pub
JOHN A. CORWIN,
R. P. RANNEY, A. G. THURMAN,
T. W. BARTLEY. WM. B. CALDWELL.
The undorsigned having examined Swan's
Statutea, concur in tbe above opinvon.
Dist.Atty. U. S. Court, Dist. of Ohio.
GEO. W. MoCOOK.
Atty. Gen. of State of Ohio.
It will be found an indispensable hand-book
toevory Justice of the Peace and Constable, as
. i , - iii mi
well aa every aawyer or puouc oroccr. x no
book will be aent free of charge to any one on
receipt of $o. .
Address u. u . nv-anun t,o.,
Law Booksellers, Mansfield, Ohio.
March 22nd, 1854. - 44tf
Or Great Western Hair Restorative
TT promotes the growth, softens, makes per-
I manent, and restores the natural color ot
the hair. It givea health to the akin and to the
crlands which form the. hair i removes all
Scurf. Dandruff, Eruptions and Feverish Heat
from the scalp. It fastens hair, prevents oaia
iot, nad even causes a foil growth where the
hairhaa fallen off. It contains no coloring mat
ter, but effects its wonderful changea in the
condition of tho hair, by giving health to
the skin of the head, and glands which form
Price 60 eta. per bottle. A liberal dedne
tion made to wholesale purchasers. Address J.
H1GHW AttDiiN, Ashland, Ashland county,
Ohio. . ;
January, 11th, 1853 - 34tf
Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes i
' mHREE doors below tbe Times Print-
Cril X ins OUlce. Ashland, O hio. Custom
t Work done to order on the sborteat notice
and most reasonable teth.
pecembet ltb. 185S. - 30
Tv R. JLAHK. & CRANE would re-
I spectfully inform the citixena of .Ashland
and vicinity, that they have associated them
selves together for the practice of Medicine
and Surgery in all their various oraucnes, anu
bv diligence and close attention to their office,
and prompt attendance epon all calls at all
hours, they hope to merit a liberal share ol
nnblic natronaire. . Lin. tLllt oners niatnsna
to all those who have heretofore favored him
with their business, and will be under renew
id obligations for a continuance of the same.
Da., Cuitt, will devote special attention to the
study and practice ot Surgery in all its vari
eties, and more especially in an Diseases oi
the Kv. either acnte or chronic. t
KasT Office, adjoining Millington's Drag
6tore, opposite P. & J. Risser's store. '
03rD. Ci.Anai residence near the Metho
Dm. Cbakk's on third street opposite Yl
Waaaon's. P. H. CLAKK, M. D.
I. L.CRAClh., Al. V. .
April 19th, 1854 n48tt .
LOOK T9IS WAT, SPECULATORS
A BARGAIN OF $400.
riiHE subsrlber offers for sale his beautiful home
X. at n-2100, which every sensible man values at
(2SU0. Tbe property is located on Hayesville St.,
a quarter of a mile fromSoutb Ashland, on elevated
ground, where the owner has a view of ths town
and surrounding country, and consists of 131 acres
of land, eight cleared and five and a half in good
timber, all under fence. Tbe buildings era new,
consisting of a two story frame bouse, well paint
ed lnSlue anu outsiae, ntiu .ia iwiai, "u aivucu
and wood house adjoining, a good stone walled
cellar, 2 porches, a ne verfailingwell of water, a good
cistern, aud smoke house. A good barn, room for
4 horses, 2 cows and six tons of bay. Acorn crib.
granary, ouggy sneu, an unaer one roei. - aud
fruit trees, apples, peaches, aj-c. Now is your time.
If tbe property is uot Dougni mis iaii oy a wise
man. no fool will get It next spring for less than
2500. Six or eight hundred dollars in Band, and
the balance in three or tour years will ao.
D. it 1 2.
Ashland, A a gust 30, 1654. ' 14tf
MA, UitOW TUVSELl(y.
An Isvralua'bie Book for tweutyflve'
cin. r.very raauy insai xta-ver
1 HO filin CP'es sold in less than a year. X -
-L JJ ,JJJ newedltioure vised and lsn proved.
Just issued. : - " -.
lit. M ustcr jaeautu JKanuai ana nana Boos J or
the mMitted Containing an outline of the origin.
progress, treatment and cure of every form of die
ease contracted by promiscuous sexual iaterconrM,
by self abuse or aj sexual excess, wittt advice Mm
tbeir prevention, vrritten in a familiar style, avoid-'
log all medical technicalities, and every thing tbat
would offend tbe ear e ' decency ; witb an eaUieat .
of complaints incident to Females, trout the rssuUf
of soms twsaty years' successful practice, exclu
sively devoted to the core of diseases of a delieeve-
rprivats nature. -
Te which is-added receipts for -the sore of the
above diseases, and a treatise en the causes, eyv
toms and core of the Paver arid Agaa. - - ,
7ssttsaay mf Tho Prof o err of Ohetorics in Pewte.
CoUefOjPhilAtUlphia Dr. Henrsa'a Medical Mat.- .
ual.r- The author of this worn, unliketbemalority .
of those who advertise to cure the dtseases of whlem
it treats isagraduate of onsof tbe bust Colleges in .
the United felates. - It affords me pieaaare to recom
mend mm to tha unfortunate, or to tne vlcum bl
malpractice, as asuccessful Mid experienced prae- ..
titioner...n whose. honor-and intearitr laey sisy
place the greatest eonfiUence.
- JOS. K. l,UXU5rIUl5, m. o.
From A. ffaedward. M. D.,of Pmn. Univtreitf.-
P kilndelahiii--t cives sne nlesaure to add mv ieatl--
mony to the professional ability ot ana Aether of?
tbe ' Miucal Maivil." . Jfusueru cases of Dls-
s of the Genital Orsstis, some of teem of Ions'
standing, feave cores niUer my notice, in which hie
Kill naa been manliest in rsatunug to perfsct
health, ia some cases where tcs patient kas been
considered beyond medical aid. in tbe treatmsaa
of Keminal weahpeeses, ev disarranremeat ef tee
functionsprodnsed by self-abase or JExcoss of ven
ery. I do-not know bis mnperior ia ths profcsaion.
1 have seen ecqnalatod with the Anther sosss taix
ty years, and deem it no mare tban justice to kien
aa well as kindness to the as fort u Data victim ef
early indiscretion, to recommend bint as one In
whose professional skill and integrity thsy mar
safely confide themselves.
"This is, withont exception, -tbe most compre
hensive and intelligible work published on the
class of diseases of which H treats. Avoiding all
technical terms, it addresses itself to tbs reason o
its readers. Itlsfres from all objectionable mat
ter, and no parent, nowever fautidlous can object ..
to placing U in tbe baud or his sons. Tbe author
has devoted many years to tbe treatment of thar
dadous complaints treated of, and, with too lltue
breath to puff, and too little presumption to tm
pose, be has offered to tbe world, at the merely nomi
nal price of2 cents, tbe frart of some twenty yeare'
most successful practice. " Herald. - -.
"No teacher ox-parent should be withont the
knowledge Imparted in this invaluable -work. - It .
would aave years of rain, mortification and sorrow
to tbe youth nndsr their charge. "-People's Advocate,
A Presbyterian clergyman In Ohio, writing of
- Hunter's Medical Manual " aays : lbousanda r
upon thousaBdaef our youth, by svil example eadV s
influence of the passionB, have been led into tbe
habit of self-pollution, witbout realising the sin and V
fearful consequences upon themselves und tbeir pos
terity: - Tbe constitutions of thousands who are
raising families have been enfeebled, if not broken
down, and tbey donot know tbe cause or the core
Anything tbat can be done so to enlighten and in
fluence -the public mind as to check, and nltimately
to remove tbls wide-spread sonrce of- human.,
wretchedness, would confer the greatest blessing;
next to tbe religion of Jesus Chrtat, on tbe present
aad coming generation. Intempsrance (or the nse
of intoxicating drinks) though it bas slain thou
sands, is not s greater scourge to the human rac.
Accept my thanks on behalf of the afflicted, and, be
lieve me, your co. worker in tbe good work you er.
ao actively engaged In."
One copy (tecureiy enveloped) wfll be forwarded"
free of postage, to any part ef the United States fr
S5 cents. or six copies for fl. Address, (post paid
COS UK X dt CO., Publishers, or Box 1M, Phila.
jry Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agentav
supplied on tbe most liberal terms. '
. Aug. 16lh, 1854.- "f r nl9-iy
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES IF
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS are unfail
ing in the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Sore Throats, Hoarseness, '
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and
Diseases of the Lungs. .They have no taste ot
medicine, andany child will take them. Thou
sands have been restored to health that had
before dispaircd. Testimony given in hundred
of cases. A single dose relieves in ten min
ute 1 . . ..
Ask four Bryan's Pulmonic Wafcre the orig
inal sad only genuine is stamped "Bryan."
Sparine kinds are offered for sale.; Twenty
five cent n box. Sold by dealera generally.
J .BRYAN & Co., Rochester, New York, Pro
prietors, wholesale by J. D. Park, Cmein
nali, Ohio ; W. Fiske Cleveland, Ohio -
February &, 1S54-n3Stt. . ..
I isaolntion Notice.
NOTICE ia hereby given that the partner
ship heretofore existing between U. H
Case and Solomon Lewis, under the name and
style of Case at Lewis, in tbe gooda business, in
this day dissolved by mutual egreement. i ne
Dooka and accounts are ien uu nourj rier
ahey, of Mifflin, for settlement. All persons
knowing themselves to oe inoeDiea to saia nrm
are hereby notined to eaii ana maxe immeo
ate settlement, cituer oy mvnoy or note.
u. ri. cash;, --
. : SOLOMON LEWIS.
- Mifflin, Aug. Slot, 1854. - Swlo
. Jscek Cronnewetfs fatstte. ..
"TTOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
1 T "bas been appointed and qualified as ao
, mmiatraior oi the estate of Jacob Croon ewett
late of Ruggles- Township,- Ashland Gonnty
September 6, 1854. 315
AlASSOS WALRMR an noun see to tne pshUe -
that be is now prepared to make coffins cn
tbe shortest notice, at prices much less than, tfiey
are made'at any other shop ia AshlaaeV He emn be .
round at K.nechbaum's old snap, 3d su, Anniana.
May vin, I84. - - - onr.
A NEW AND IMPORTANT
ROUTE TO TRAVELLERS-
- ' " TT1HE endee-
f"' J?tg"TSTT r w igneSnal-,
fi . gJ4oais4
i m" L" li?.-vT,r.co froB
Asbland to Londonville leaving Ashland
every Monday, Wedneaday and Friday at 8 o'j
clock, A.M. and arriving at Londonville at SP.
M-, connecting withthe 3 o'clock P. M. train
for Pittsburgh and. the 4 o'clock P M train for '
l, rrjtsu ill U su.uio uaj-a. a.eaviug . j.DoaQBVIIls
every -Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday om I
the arrival of Eastern train at 10 A. M., and -arrivea
at Ashland at 3 P. M-, thereby enab '
ling passengers to go either .East or West on
the cars aame day, or those coming on morning .
train either from East or West can get to A ah- :
land withont delay; and citixena wishing to
viait the south part of tbe county, can have an '
opportunity te transect their noisiness and re
turn the same trip, and tr. fni
A liberal deduction te fansiliee and pleas,
nre psrties. Enquire of the nnderaif aed at
the -Franklin House. in Ashland, er at the
H sifvn.fi rionnl a. 1 - T a J .: II -
W. ROBESON, Proprietor.
Passengers tak -n to or front nay Hotel ai- -therat
Ashland or Loudonvilie.
Ashland, Jnly 13, 185S. -- 3m8 .