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-' ' Hiring just parchased a sopeib new press,
-end added large lot of new type to our already
extensive assortment of Job materiala, we are
, 4 h prepared to axecnte, in a style that cannot
bs surpassed by any office in this section ol
country, . . ...
-. Books, -. Boads, Labels, . , Circulars,
Carda, .Drafts, " Recoipta, Rotes,
a Posters, : Kills, Checks, Manifests
? Blanks,. Bill Heads, Tickets, Deeds,
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done in the finest style of the art, ind cannot
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.' Blank Deeds and Jastices Blanks,
kept constantly on hand and for sale at this of
fice. Oar Blank are neatly printed and on the
best quality of paper, and give general satisfac
tion with thoac who hire used them. Orders
Baaih of Cent. Jumei Hedges
--' The 'Mansfield Shieftl tfc Banner tbm
.: xtioes the decease of thU old and most
. stimablc cif'zcD : .'
"Gen. James Heixies, one of the c;r-
lieat aculera of this county, died at hi
:reakiunco iu Mansfield on Monday Dight.
, Uu life wan da eventful one .in the early
" history of Ohio he has filled aevt.Tul iui-
portiriC official position, an I was uuivor-
s&lly -esteemed as a countable ami order-
7 JOY! ng citizen ana etnpfutieully a.i tin
Jionrnt mni. Tlw pflor, cspeci.illjr, will
" have cause to Iaio;nt his su 1 i -n demise,
for he w;sfl p irticularl v kind an I liberal to
r." them. His reuiaina were at tends: to their
'lsrt rcstim; plac. py a larg-; coMOUr.-e of
. citizen, where tln.-y received the last iitet
'. Of th 1 .UasjHto Order, of it hielt lie was a
----member, with military ' rcsjujct- for his
t l wcrvice iu tbe war of 1812."
Kpinfj QniHi:es in TFiiitfr. A' new
fact in dcmicstic eeoo y.r.j his b ;eii c."id-
' manicated to U3 by Mrs. li yifir'leff, of
Chelsea. At tbe usual tiui-; of githering
vUuiaccs; they were put into barrels .filled'
with water and placed in a cellar. A few
. days since they were opened aiid tlio rfuin
tUjcet f juu l"perfcctually sound uot one hail 1
r decay&er in tbo least. We 'are inJelteJ
to Mrs. Shurtleff for a specimen cf the
fruit -which has jmt been proparel with
sugar is the usa tl way. It hxi . hj aroma,
peculiar flavor, and all the iualit'o of
- freah quince. From Mrs. Sh'irtlcfiT a ex
periment, wo should think tliU m-jde of
keeping quinces au importat djjideratum.
Hare Birds Two specimens cf the
American Ostrich male and female :
were recently killed taear Fort de Moines,
. Towa.aaad prepared by W. li. . oow for
. tbe Fart des 31 uaes Mujutu. They ara
".; desx-ribel by. Mr. ' SI ai f.iur and a half
, feet tonj and fira ia hoigli', with Xi'il't six
inches long, straight and yery sharp. They
resemble ia most points tbe 0-trich of
. Afrie. Mr. M. has been offered 81,000
for th ra, ' bat refu3i to sell. IIj i a
. boat to make a - tour o i-tho far western
prairies, hoping to meet with other vari
. . VopuLttion . of Texcu. Tie present
population of Texas ia estimated ot five
, .hundred thousand, tbe. anoal increase at
ne hundred and fifty thousand. There
are fifty-four newspapers published in the
It is related as a carious fact, and one
- strongly illustrative of tb influence of a
..bad sanitary condition in favoring the oo
ircnee of epidemics, that the first cases
- of cholera, ;in Newcastle, England, in 1331,
.' in 18-19, and in 1853, all . occurcd iu the
- me house and in the same room-
" -A would be pmphot down Siuth,r said
-'lately in . one f his sermon, thatlto 4fwas
'msnt to redeem "thc'orlJ aij thugs' j
therein." . Whereupon- a native pulled
out two fivo dollar bills on a broken batik,
AntTaskedLifls te fork out the specie for
.bant, - ' ' "-' -
- v Baltimore, Oct. 12.
'.VTho" election took place in Baltimore
yesterday. Hunks, Know Nothing -aa-
didate,' elected over ,Thomar DoiiKKJ.r.it,.
fr Mayor, by 2,741 'ujijority. r Tbe City
-Couoeil stands thus: 1st Branch 6 Demo
crats, and 14 Know Nothings 2d Branch
2 PcmoariUs, S Know Nothings. -t ;
(;,, SnritU Vmadnio lusertieq ''to JorS.--Jonea
replied that it was' "a ebnfouiijud
-ie tly storj." Smith -first started aatf
tkien bland !j rcquegtied'Jorjcs to le in I
ataoagb to pat bij RjlJables closer togeth
r opoo tho neit ocpsioo, Tc"Jf ptopor
HHlUoQ. . '
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- . A joang ma named Slalone, Jirtu in
"nne Aroodel conntj, MarylauJ, wis dt
lirtr'iBg tickets of invitation to neighboiiag
friend to a'tend his grandfather's funeral,
rid ia jumping ffam the can ' accdeoLil-
Jjr fall, breabiag . his neck', Tbcro were
w fun-ra' insted of oae. j.. V '' 1
rf .i$.,m0&&t.: ,s.
The New Cuban Expedition.
rw- rt-- Washivgtox, Oct. 11.
t-Ooii SPjpii ti agents of the Cubaj'expe
'dition 'hoiA fitting out under xhc com
ruand of General .uitnian nave recently
been in WashuigtonVo ascertain how
far the "Administr ation ar0 favorable to
the scheme av will tolerate its execu
tion. Repeated private interviews we're
had'w.Vtu the President' and Secretaries,
th's result of which was not encourage
ing to the. projectors. The President
was, as usual, vacillating and undecided,
but Secretary Marcy declared himself
inflexibly hostile to tbe whole undertak
ing, and the majority of the Cabinet are
with him. Jeff. Davis; whoso natural
proclivities are" of the filbustcr order,
resists the scheme from his personal hos
. : l : t-,A fi,-.;.k.nn . .ml nnlv r.iltli rbixli-
inn- iimnnor all the members of the Cur
Inot n?9o V.m.I tn rivn it a lifiartv af
enthusiastic , approval. ConscfjuenV
tne expeaitionisis nnu uiuiustDra uu
dered by the antagouieui of the govcrl
mcut, anc their ardor is considerablyw
QampeU. XUUJ UOW UinU ACl.V.KV.A
news from Cuba, whrc, since the appoint
mout of General Concha, several wealthy
Creoles-have withdrawn from the support
of the expedition. It was intended that
it should start from 1st to the -10th of
Nov. next, frcnt Galveston, New Orleans
and other convenient points ou the Gulf
of Mexico ; six or eight steamers were
to be employed for the transportation of
the men aud material to the place of
rendezvous. A large sum of money has
been subscribed and partly paid, for the
purpose of this expedition. George Law
is one of the heaviest stockholders, but
other New York merchants, the publi
cation of whose names as filibusters
would excite astouishmeut, arc also con
cerned: ; Some gentlemen, among whom
Senator Slidell of Louisana, uiigat be
named, have been speculating on a sup
position that the invasiou of Cuba must
ruin the sugar trade aud other agricul
ture of the island, aud that consequently
the sutrar lands of Louisiana and Tex
as must irreatlv iucrease in value. If
the expedition should fail to start, or
should be defeated, the anticipated
brofits of these gentlemen will be null.
However, Geu. Quitman is alive with
confidence that he will immortalize biui
self as the conqueror of Cuba.
Wasihxcton, Oct. 12.
Old Bullion is in ecstacies at the re
suit of the recent elections, and rejoices
especially over the re-election of Mace,
and the sianal overthrow of the impar
tial chairman. Olds. He thinks " the
Nebraska iuicuitv is not popular cither
in the Groat Valley or iu the om try.
IPs lau-maiie is, " It isn't popular, Sir,
1 T. 2u.ght so in the begining, 8ir. My
optusrxr is confirmed, Sir. It isn't poj-
u1aA"'Th'ii" Voice ot tbe people must be
obeyed.-', -"It Tiiutit be bowed to, Sir."
I learn' .that Senator Cooper of Pesa -svlvania
will so out to Greytnwii at :in
carilv dav to look after tbe interests of
the so-called Central Land and Mining
Company, in which he, as well as Caleb
Cus!iiu2 Fletcher Webster, Col. Bnce
of-Louieianna, and other distinguished
statesmen's an influential etokbolaer.
He will probaWe sail in tbe Xorthrcn
IJgLL, whij;h -Js Xw Yiirk ou tlie
"27rrr inst. -' - Th4-io-te Company wbieli
was'esppcted to reap such decisive ad
vantages from the destruction of Grey-
Depot Thieves at Sandusky.
A letter-writer from Saudusky to the
New York Times, cives an account of
the detection and arrest of six men in
that city, charged with robery ot the
Mad River Railroad Depot. It secin3
goods had been often missed from the
Depot and from vessels, and the exist
ence of a gang of thieves was certain, and
means taken to detect tbcm in their dep
An employee of the road stationed
himself in the Depot, aud when the bur
glars commenced opening and rifling the
boxes, he got sight of their faces by
means of their own lanterns, and mark
ed the boxes they opened. When the
j thieves and the spy were go:nj out of the
Depot, the latter stepped ou a loose
plank, and the noise alarming the bur
glars, they turned, opened their dark
lanterns, drew their revolvers, and cried
out "Pea th to any mau in the Depot."
Th spy was too smart, and eluded the
flashes of their lanterus, aud consequent
ly the balls of their revolvers. Tbcjiext
morning six rascals were rr res ted three
out of one family, father and two sons
all being in the employ of the Railroad.
' The boys were ' check clerks. These
burglars have been at irork for a year
ox more, aud hare sect stolen goods up
the Lake- Parties at other points are
implicated and will be arrested.
Honey Hatters. ;
The; Cincinnati Times of Saturday
--The' Indiana State Stock Banks still
co'utir.uc in bad odor with the public.
Very few of our bankers or brokers a
ry tew pt our baiiucrs or Drokcrs arc
purchasing them at ill; aud even the
opportunity of obtaining them at 10 per
(unit, discount presents hardly any in
ducements. -The Newport Safety Fund-Bank, across -
tin; rivet uumuuv7 uicn jii v tiiwai 4mcki
notes ; wheretorCj oar rjaukera retused to
receive it. The officers of the Bank say
they have-an amount of coin iu transitu
which, when received, will enable them
to take rip all the circulation hereabout ;
but uritdjt'ueu at least, the nuWs.of the
institution will be. refused, we. learn, by
Hh'iJ-operators in Third street. ." '
ilnEi!5giPri:A.vD juissouri iiailroau.
We learn that thecoatrr.ctoxs are ma
kiag good, pr0grPss towards the coiuple
fcion Mi .tlrfji .ttal?-i Iow City. The
grading , is ueurly s.11 done, and the tics
are beiug distributed aloii the track.
The iron is goii)!j forward, aud it i epe
ted to be finished by the firut of Jauqa
f ry '-test.- Chicago Press. ,
.-)-! 53. 'W- "
h iTSr'Fpost South Carolina, we Jearu
tb-it' Mr. 'Aiken ' was reelected to Con
grepa from, the Charleston .District, ,
- TfE Yotb of Cai.ifobni. Tho vote
in California, at the late election, a total
of about 75,000, indicates a heavy in,
preasu pf (he population since last year,-
2SIn Florida the Pemocrats carry
both branches of the Legislature, thus
securiuir the oloctioa' of U. S- Scuatprll
AsiILANV, Oct. Jltli,
Wheat. . ,
Fi.oia heavjr at.....
, 35a :t."c
50 a 62
S,i:t' a 2,.re
OA-rs. . ..
CLE VELAXD MlHKEl'.
ClEVELANO, Oct 14,
Flour--We hear of no transactions, market
quiet and holders firm, common isuperfiue is
held at S7,25a7,50, extra $Sa8,50, best extra re
tails at 89,50.
Wheat- Advanced and market more active
we hear sale of 4000 bu. primo white at 168
Corn Unchanged, holders firm ; we hear
of 7000 bu. beirg offered a t 64c. from store.
' DETUOIT MAKKKT.
Detboit, Oct. 14.
Flour Salea of 350 at $7. The market clo
ses firm with an upward tendency.
V. heat We note sales of 10,00 bu at $1,40.
rn At 65 cents
married, On tbe J'-'th Inst., by Kcv. Job
Kobiksok, Mr. ROBERT BOTH, of Westmoreland
couuty.Pa.. to MUs MAKGAKKT A. WALLACE,
of Ashland comity, Ohio.
On tbe Sib inst., by tbe same, Mr. ROBERT ING
RAM, or Clearcrrek, to Miss CATHARI.NK JA
COBS, of Ashland, .
In Coshocton on Tuesday evening the 10th
inst., by the Rev. P. H Jacob, Rodebt Bees,
Esq., of Ashland, and Miss Klle.- Morbisom,
Oil the 12th inst., at Grceuville, Ohio, by the Rev.
Johm Hamilton. Mr. JOHJ DA VIS, to Mrs. ELI
ZABETH MOBI.EV, both oT Canal Fulton, Stark
county, Ohio. ' .
May life's most dark and thorny path
A velvet lawn be fouttil.
And bliss, throughout a lengthened life.
Their footsteps ever hound
And ivbile we wih them happiness.
Throughout their earth probation.
'Tis hopid they'll raise a youthful host,
Iu their day aud generation.'
TnERi will be a meeting of the Ashland county
Medical Society, on the evening of the 31st inst.,
for the' purpose of transacting business.
J. LAMBERT, M. P., Pres.
Oct. 18th. 1854.
Let thmtetachword of the people 6 Repeat! When
men hecurae so infatuated vitli powr, either in
pOfsevsion or expectancy. 4 to run off alter every
new dogma, and at Uie oMltling of their imperial
masters, pas laws in direct viuialion or the plain
est princip-ea of our republican inHtitutions, it he
conies the Vox Populi to rise in their mig t. with
out distinction of party, and compel ourscrvauts to
repeal those obnoxious por tons of our law- that
strike at the rnnt of our in depend ."nee. So, a'n
physically X when men run off rft?r every nc
fancied nostrum opened tht public. They not
01 ly t inlander their own, but the lives of their
fa mi ics and friends. It id therefore w th pleasure
we ae! n recommend to the afflicted the ue of
f' A LISTER fl ILLRKALno OINTMENT, ail Old and
well tried remedy, and nlmost certain cure for
Bums, ftruisc-. Cits, YYepvels ca'd Head. Ague hi
the breast. Corns, Spii:al AfTectious, Fevers, and
all Kehrile diseases, too numerous to mention.
That by restoring the inscnMhle perspi"ation, it en
mMos the system to throw off all the old worn out
particles, thereby restoring to sound and perfect
health. For sale by J. B. F. Saiiipxcl & co.. and R.
B. Chnbb & co . Ashland ; J. McC- ory, Mifflin : T
W. Coulter, Pertsvillc; J. K. JStockmn, I.otido'i
villc; h- Spencer Se co., McKay; J; Ktnuinser fe
co. Hayesville; Haertnaiand Buchanan, Hayes
vilie; Coulter and tioiwlwn, llnyettc; W . SptMi
cer 4- CO.. Albion; J. J. VCrtht, Sullivan: Michael
Krieee, raic; H. . Se Jf co., Savanah ; F.
Bcaly.Tixjy. - - - v ... lynT
A Wonderful lMscovery has recently been made
by Dr. Curtis, of this city, in the treatment of cor
sumpi ion, asthma, and an diseases ot the lungs.
We refeT to lr. t'urtiss Hysean r. Inhaling lly
Man Vapor and cherry syrup." within this new
method the lr. 1a restored many afflicted ones to
perfec health ; an e vide nee f which he has
innumerable certificates. S peak in e of the treat
menta physician remarks: It in evident that in
halins constantly hreathinR an agreeable. healing
vapor, the medicinal propi cues must come in di
r-r.t contract with tho whole of tbe aerial cavity
of the lungs, and thus escape the many and varied
changes produceu upon incm nneu uiwouutn in
tr the stomach, and subject to the process ot di
pestion. The Hypeanais f r sale at all the drug-
gists throughout me country. j. jurcaman.
DCS U,bihbiiihmv i .avuvaibH s ll to Ulliri
canother column of this paper.
Great Ccre Or Rfticrit tibi The Editors of
the Kiubmnnd Republican, of Dec. 24, 1P52. say tha
Carte r Spauiab Mixture is no quack medicine.
They had a man in their press room who was
afflicted with violent Mercurial Kheumatism, who
wn continually complaiuina of mist ry in his hack
limbs and joints ; bis eyes had become feverish and
mattery, neck swollen, throat sore, and all the
symptoms of rheumatism, combined with Scrotal .
1 WO DUIUCS ui lauri p rjmnirii lui.'UrO tuicu mill
and iu an editorial notice as above, thev bear testi
moi.T to its wonderful eNd effects, and say their
only regret is, that all suffering with diseases of the
blood are not aware of the existence of such a medi
cine. Thc cheerf- lly recommend it. See their
certificate, and notice in full around tbe bottle. 4w2
"The whole pressor Philadelphia are out in favor
of Hooflaud's German Bitters, as they are prepared
by Dr. CM Jaekson. We are glad to record the
success of this valuable remedy for Dyspepsia, as
we believe it aappites desideratum In the mcmcai
w rid long needed. The wretched imitators and
counterfeiters have withdrawu their nostrums
from the market, and the public are spared frrtm
the dan-er of swallowing poisonous mixtures in
lieu or tbe real Bitter." JJcruld. 2w2l
Tr'Thebct evidence that can be adduced in fa
vor of the efficaciousness of Hoof) and' German
Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson lis the itu
irecedent demand for them from all parts of the
Union ; and although there may be many com
pounds prepared and represented as being worthy
of a liberal patronage, yet we feel constrained to
remark, that tbe vast number of testimonials with
which the worthy doctor has been honored, by per
sons of the highest character and respectability.
wf.o found it necessary to have recourse to ins
preparation, testimony sufficiently conclusive,
that a more effectual remedy for t he almost imme
diate relief of those afflicted with that direful mel
ady, dyspepsia, ha never been discovered. 2ivl
Thomas E. Castor.
J. Q. A. Bull, J
T my instance sn order of attachment was is
sued on the Sd day of October IP54, hy Joha
Taj-lor, a Jastiee of the feace cf Hanover town
shi , Asblaad county, for the sum cf 1.50 aud
costs, apaiast the prepcrty aod efliects of S. Q. A.
Hull, a non-resideut of said county. Canslujc if. f.
Whitoex to be garnished in said proceeding.
j Oct. lath, ism.
i . r & r-
"tAXSO?f tVJU.KKR i. nn ounces to the public
I lhat be is now. prepared to make coffins on
the shortest notice, at prices much less than they
are made at any -oLunr shop Ashland. He cau'he
fuund at KriccJibanui's old shop, 3d st. , Ashland.
May 7th, lSSV; .. . ilf.
'.' KF.V ISOTEI..
riHli andeTsigued announces to the public that he
-B-. hasagain token charge of the Hotel in tnevill.
age of Orange, AsMaud e'liinty. 'l liankful fcr past
ff-vors, he hopes eJl of his old customers will give
liim a call. - Everything will be ilnuo to inako all
wno may stop trim mm comlonaDle.
jrr'A pood Hostler will always be on hand.
Oct. 4. ltf JAMKS ALBEKSO.N
4 SHES wanted kj the subscriber, at Y
X Asliary in AhUnl, fur which the highest
mars et price will an paid in gooda.
T. :. BUSHNELL.
Ocioiicr 16,isr3., 22tf
Era fc. fjarrctt,
Jm Atlilaiiil C'uui-
J.nnes D. Williamson
Martha G. IVilHamsc
Tl5RSVAfiiT tn tho cowniaod of an order of
gale, ifisuad rt"n te Court of Common
fleas ol AalilmiJ: Ci,(joiy to rue directed,! will
exposclo public aulu, it tbe door of the Court
llouseia said conuty, oit
. Muiulay, tte Qikilatf of November,
A. D., 1854, belwecu ibe. hours of ten o'clock,
A. M., and tour o'clock, P. M, til said day, the
loilawinir descrilied. rjj f state, to wiW Lo
ptimbcr fifty-live, in the liTwn of Savana.ih, Ash
land Cvpnty, Ohio, "ferma of fie: Cash.
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CRYSTAL ?AACE JJQTDONE-! !
IT AIL, ALL HAIL, Tllii Gil K AT ARRIVAL OF NEW
fMJL-jm wmtm mm
Nj Nk' '-sin '-itiia kh wJ Vami '''3 uji ua a ''
1) ESPECTKULLY 1p?s Vive to make his bow again to the jroods-buving public, and an
, nounccs trret he has j let rcceircd the largest, cheapest and. 6r.it selected
STOGK OF 'EMiLAMB iVINTEE GOODS,
thaHms or-mll irtruugnt to Alaud tufsTT.' This ho states as a fact, and chaIlenKesa ci.m
pjrison. ltczcclls all h:s Inrroer purchases and is bound to be the
A largo portion of the stock will be sold XH 1TY-TH1!EK TEH CENT CHEAPER than the
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DRES GOODS, Moreaocs and Paramrth.,. Irom 28 cTs. to $1 .Oa'per ari U pMn I -woo
l)el:.,neK o. . v-r, color, ro.n 33 to O0 ct. per yard , Muslin Delaines, latest siylcs.at prices
from JO to 33 per cent, below last year's prices ; a large assortment o. all-wool Moreno, Par
amenia nlk and Wench I'luids ; from 37 to S7 cts. per yard ; an ezleasivo assortment of fig
ured, cl.angeuli.o and plain bla.:k silks, at much less pneca lhan they have ever been sold in
this niiirket; Aucluui prices not executed: a complete assortment rf v.i.o. . .i n.n n.m.
Trliiiinings ; a great variety of Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, &c Or B
hava .Silk V civet, Silk, Satin and English lrows of all kiuds and qualities. As to
uur stock cannot he excel.eJ either id qaal:ty or price. In short, ladiei , we have never pre
sented a bner assortment to the public, and earnestly invite your attention to it.
We have also endeavored to meet the wants of
... .,.. .--s- x-iigimn, r-rencn ana American Broadcloths.
Casaiiiicres, hattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Vestnigs READY-MADE CLOTHING 1
A larj-e assortment of HATS and CAPS of the latest styles, and wii: sell' them' at prices
onu.ualiy low. Also, a good assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, TslILOR'S TRIMLNGS,
&e., Sec. Gentlemen give ns a call before purchasing elsewhere.
hrr!?L?i.SV "P1,"1 assortment of QUJZENS WARE, and CROCKERY, HARDWARE,
GROChRIhS, V ankee .Notions. . . . '
&c.,&c. Men and Women of Ashland county, this mamouth stock of Goods must be sold, and
you that wish gieat liargians most call soon; We don'l ask you to believe our say so about it,
but call and tee lor yourselves, and you will find that -n ! the half has not been told you I
Lome one, come all. ftxTAJl
THE JEWS AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS!
ANOTHER IMMENSE ARRIVAL OF
Apple's Philadelphia Clothing and Furnishing Depot!!
'PUU proprietors of t bis extensive establishment beg leavers announce to the public that
JL they are now receiving at their old slaad in Ashland, tbe last and best selected stock of
READY-SVIADE CLOTHIRJC I
which they or any bod r else have ever wSocnt
is piled full of GuoisrrWao ne supply
smallest mo snoricsi ana taiiesi me '.-Hckcst ana Unnest the rattest and-leanest specimen
of naked humanity that stands in need T1' our friendly aid.' We can sail Overcoats at from S4
toI8; Dress' l.oats at Iroro. D to 9'.'J Vests at Irom 7d cts. to $ 10 ; Pantaloons at from $1,
25 to $10. We have every dcac-iption.,bf clothing from tbe coarsest domestic rubrics to the
finest brodclotlis, silks and satins. Our stock of
consittinp of Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Wrappers,' Drawers, Handkerchief, &c, ia unusually
large. The yablic will also bear in mind that we aro hrcpared to do
to order, on the shortest notice. We have a large number l finished workmen in pur employ,
and our ' Crook " is acknowledged to be one of tho best, if not Ae best, in town. As we
hare a full assortment of cloths ou baud which can be had at the purchaser's own prices; the
public cannot laii to be satisfied- Lot it be distinctly understood that we
and challenge a comparison either in beauty or quality of goods, extensivenesa of the assort-,
mentore cheapness in price. We do business upon tbe principle that a " nimble sixpense is
bettor ti.an a slow shilling." and, consequently can sell eur goods at CASH PRICES, .which
our competitors c.iunot afford to do. aVJ Store opposite Skiliing & Burns', aod next dour to
Wallack & Collin, Ashland, Ohio:
Or Great Western Hair Restorative
IT promotes the growth, softens, makes per
manent, and restores tne natural color ol
the hair. It gives healthla the skin and to the
glands which form the hair; reroovea all
Scurf, Dandruff, Eruptions and Feverish Heat
from the scalp. It fastens hair, prevents bald
tie s, aad even causes a full growtu where the
hair has fallen off. - Itcontainsno coloring mat
ter, but effects .it wonderful .change in the
condition ot tbe hair, by giving health to
.he skin of tbe bead, and glanda which form
Price 60 cts. par bottle. A liberal deduc
tion made to wholesale purchasers. Address J.
HK'H VVA Unk'IV A l.l -i nH Ashlinil rnnnli (Some person to attenu to mem eitne a. tne nta
fr. . WARDEN, Ashland, Ashland county, ble r the Saronsel House. Passengers carried from
January, I j th, (;0
'.MVAVg 'l H,lH.SO
-NaoasQ hvitii a
S91U '(J U70
- uassij aoovp
pojiod bojoa jo joqtunu pjojQ
UIKKOiluon ' le Detier-hall " ol v. eatioit.
wck uice jU nrnvaJ, npeaks more for tho
the " Lords of Creation , " larce and small
voi'ua. iii 11 11 .1 ll v , 1 1 ll rr rnu a u A - U : 47
UUII k V. DCS
i every day in the week, and more are turned empty away,
kinds of PRODUCE taken in exchange for Goods, at the highest
Asniand, October 4, 1So4. IStl
Iff ashlniil innnli Tlmii i i,,.
half of the coanti. We can fit tho largest and
Oct. 4tb, 1854. I9tf
J. . GOUDFELLOW,
WATCH MAKKK AND JEWEL
EK, Dealer in Watches. Jew-
eirjr, cioeKs, Yankee riotions, otc.
"(C Watches and Clocks repaired and
warranted. Highest price paid for
old Gold and. Silver. Opposite the
Sampsei House. -
Ashland, Ohio 30tf Des 14,1853.
1-jsrTKjB, A MOB LKW1S wishes it desttnctlr
.A understood that he has not quit tbe
Livery buesiness, and that he has just made quite
an adition to his Stable in the the articles of Bug-
giea and 8:40 horses.
His b table Is now
kept Immediately back of
. I Aslilaud iu any directiou. at moderate rates.
May 17, 18S4. " 52lt
WHAT tVLiif vVuiA'i'SiaDLB'KriOV.
Exrywonan sIkhiM knuvthst if she Is hi poor.'slckly,
dblliMV.ilcTMtlltHni of lie:illh, muklug exlsu-lice L bunleit
to hcrmiTr iv.A iwnne orjiHiuriil mixiety to lujr relalives
anil frienils, .-wmI icrli:is, (hurnliW lectirtu !) entailing
atiiY-lnllkltiifr ht-r nwn mnla.ltvs untl sufiVrines ll.n her
chllilren, tlnit H is l:i-r duly Iu uiirii-rdtAnd why ami from
h;it cansc liev -.iir-.;rluK3 Hrise. tl-iif reinerty am! relief
m:iy, while yet then? is lime, lie itvsilc.l of, the enures Iv
avoided in future, ai.tl hvr heullli re.ilori:, tlnahe laoy
be fltteJ for the duties ai d capiible of llie enjoyments of
life. - .
It evtfry woman look at tliecrrmclntud form, the aeath
tike coinplesinn, the deep-buried, lustrck-M eye, the sunk
en cheek, the gloomy aod depressed spirits, the shattered
nerves, the jirostrate and helpless-condition of mnny a
srife, niullier, danithtcr, or sl'-lcr, if not herself Included,
within her own circlewhose days arc days of agony, and
ask ln-rseir, lst ihhj coiitiiuin? Must this bef Is
there no ruiacdy No relief f Ko lionet" --
The -remeily is hy knowing tlie causes and avoiding
tliem, sjTa kuowtng the remedies and benefiting by Uietu. .
Tbi-ie are pointed out In ' .- .
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION;
; . liV Dfl- As. M. MAUUICEAU.
raopKssoK op ihsrasis or wombs. '
One hundredth Edition (500,000). 13u., pp. 250.
us rant r-vrwi, vxtba bixdixo, $1 00
Every complaint to which n woman M ; subject, from girl
hood to womaahood, as also aft wife and .as luotJier, arc ful
ly described, witli the caascs, the symptoms, and also pro
per mod or treatment, In a plain, simple, but in tlie most
chaste language, easily understood And thus every wo
man can discover, by comparing her own symptoms with
those described, the nature, cliaracter, and causes of her
complaint; and be spared much anxiety and suffering.
The wife about becoming a mother has often need of
Instruction an4 advice of the utmost importance 'to hoc-t
tptnre-hcwUbt la respect to which her sensitiveness for
bids consulting a medical pvrrtlcman, will find such in
struction and advice, and also explain many symptoms
which otherwise would occasion anxiety or alarm.
How may arc suffering from obstructions or Irregulari
ties -peculiar to tlie female system, which undermine the
health, tlie effects of which they are Ignorant, and for
which their delicacy forbids seeking medical advice 1. How
oany puffer from prtihtpsu utfri (falliug of the womb),
of from. 'or iJt(wenkne8s,debility, Ac.)f How many
are In coustaut agony for many monUiprcxcding confine
ment f Jlnw many have difficult, If uot dangerous deliv
eries, and slow and uncertain recoveries ? Some whose
lives are hazarded during such time, will each aud in its
pages tlie means of prevention, amelioration and relief.
How many bitter moments, how much anguish, might
have been spared to the sufferer, to her husband, to her
relutivcs, by the timely possession of this little volume. -
It is impracticable to convey fully tlie various subjects
treated of, as they are of a nature strictly Intended for
the married, or those contemplating marriage.
But no husband, wife or mother are excusable if they
still continue In Ignorance of those physiological laws, by
the knowledge of which their own health and happiness,
as also the future well-being of their children, are secured.
" TIU3 MAIUUKD WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL
COMPANION " is a standard work or established reputa
tion, found classed In the catalogues of the great trade
sales In New York, Philadelphia, and other cities, and
told hy all the principal booksellers iu the United States.
It was Srat published in 1S47, since which time
, FIVE HTODKED THOUSAND COPIES
hare been sold, of which there were upwards of .
II.NK ltUDKKD TIHIUSISD SE.XT BY MAIL,;
attesting tlie high estimation in which it is held -as a relia
ble popular Medical
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE ;
the author haviog devoted his exclusive attention to the
treatment of complaints peculiar to females, In respect to
which be is yearly eonsulted by thousands. i
In consequence of the universal popularity of the work,
as evidenced "by its extraordinary sale, various imposi
tions have been attempted by Imitations of title-pa ge, spu
rious editions, and surreptitious infringements of copy
right, as well upon booksellers as npon the public ; it has
been found necessary, therefore, to . v
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
lo buy no book unless the words " Dr. A. M. Maubicbau,
129 Liberty street, N. Y.," are on tlie tltle-pge, and the
entry In the Clerk's Office on Uie back of the title-page :
and buy only of respectable and honorable dealers, or
end by mail, nnd address to Dr. A. M. Mauriceao. '
IP Upon receipt of One Dollar "THE KAB
RIED WOMAN'S PEITATE MEDICAL COMPAN
ION" is sent (mailed free) to any part of tha United
States, tie Canada and. British. Provinces. Ail
latter must be postpaid, and addressed to Sr. A. M.
2ITICEAU, Box 1224. Hew York City. Pub
lishing Office, w 123 liberty Street, New York.-
AGENT?. E, K. Newman, tCorvra!k,0.; W. E.
Earl. Msssillon, O.; A. liinckman, Salem ; John
Sax ton, Canton ; D. Lamb, Filltllayi O. ; Geo. Hall,
Ashtabula. O ; John Perkins, Athens; S. A. Findlay
October lata, 1854- - 6mSl
XI A li SQ'tt 8J ti B3 A B C SJ 12 .L.
A CERTAIN fHl) who went princely dressed,
once toW! Uorspur that Pbarmaceti was the
sovorignest tirtl on earth for inward wounds ."
Weil, we da ,fUvaxuaa,-l!ia'- ; but we do 'know
that Prof, .mt ?.iu.i.. r'. f
For TurSifll W:ngtiiII:ur;
"ia the aovJVTst lhia'v uTib'the pro
prietor, on l"Ulf P rati co y itrocored of lke.-cle
b rated Chemi.? -Slid Vhyi01ogitT Mons, JAMVkJ-
th:s valuable.e(ft hi ail Imumc e--fft
A II peraou si 3 v.")as of haine tkair Hair ca
and waive liiKf?tK'rirtatiill the tatevt period
ol uie can aa-e uie nme fur one dollar, poat-paid.
Tiiia iaadiasovAry which most pesoa kave rea
son to doubt. Human ingenuity baa soneht fur
years to perfect a iiAlK LiuUlU-tbcrf wt)aid-eurl
aud waive it. aud -one that-abouM combine the
requisites to give tbe hair a beautiful natural tint,
and at the saiuo "ijns not injure it. -Alt former at
tetupta bave tahr d. The compounds would curl tbs
hair, but they would scoreti, burn and turn it foxy.,
fiow, however, the thing has beeasacconiplitihed ;
aud the splendid Hair Curling Liquid which Profs.
M. LouU Uarvey ai d Byron Hv Hobb-offer to the'
public may be relied upon as a preparation com
pounded on recently discovered chemical princi
ples, which have received the sanction of the moat
emineut profedttora of that science. Jt gives the
hair a glossy appearance en Jt causes it to curl
and waive iu euch beautiful - ringlets that tbe most
credulous person canuut but admire them. It does
not destroy the vitality of tlie hai? but acts as ui
emllientt does not irritaie or stain the cusird ;
warms the triangutaa fibres with their thousand
iiiperceptible'breuches in a natural actrvity, and
never fails of success. - It has been before the pub
lic but a few weeks, yet its merits bave already
established it. Nuch overwhelming popularity w a
never ftnowu ml any age, of tbe world before, in
thv western and southern States, it baa become Uie
only reliable Hair Curling Liquid in use. The ire
ceipe will ba sent to any part of the United States
by sending oae dollar. - - r -;,
TTf He ware of counterfeits All letters should
be directed to . Prof. M. LOUIS GAR VKV, and
BY RON H. KOtifi, only, ; '
: Farniiistoki Trumbull County. Ohio.
Aug. S3, lrt. nl3-:in , - - . ;
NOTICE 7 V,
IS hereby given, that the undersigned was an
the second of September ,: IS64, dil ap.
puinteil Administrator of the estate of 4snrge
Murray, deceased, of Orange townsbiffAsti
land county, Ohio. Those indebted, li' said
Kstate will please make immediate pnVment.
And those hoiding claim against' suit 'Estate
will present them legally authenticated for
payment within one year from this date.
, VM. RALSIW
, Adm'r of the Estate of Geo. Murray, dee'd. -.
.Ashland, Sept, 13, 854. . .. . wl6
SHERIFF'S SALE. . f
vs. . I Asjii-Ahd Commoh Pleas.
Samnfel Rutan. J ; i .
1 PURSUANT to the command of an oro-rol
sale issued in tho above crtae from the
Court ot Common Piflas of said Ashland Coun
ty, to me directed, I will expose to public sale
at the door of the Court House in s:nd county,
on - - - :. - Js i-r
Monday, J.licth day of November
a. o. 1854, between theiours oC10o'clc!i, -and
four o'clock , P. M-, of said Jay, tlio lollow-'
Tng described real estate to. wit; being lot
Dimber twenlv.li'lir in .null :&hiarwl AnLtnud
ttivniryiiimw i 1 - , n i li
Oct. 4th, 1854.
19st pf $JtT
Sale of Koul Katate by Order of l'io-
sate court. ,
N the 2Sth day of October, A. D., 1854,
between tne Hours often O'clock, A. fll..
and four o'clock, P. M-, on the premises herein
arter described, will be sold to the highest bid
der, the following Real Estate a. the properly
ot Abraham onearcr, deceased-situate lu the
County of Ashland and State of Ohio, to witt
the south-west part of the south-west quaitcr
of scotion six in Township twenty-one of Range
sixteen containing eighty acres of land more
or less. Terms of Sale: oni third cash in
hund, una I bird in one year, and the residue in
two years, with interest from the day of sale.
Back payments to bo secured by a mortgage ou
Adm'r of Abraham Shearer, dee'd.
Sept. 27th, 1854. 4w!
N. B. On tho above premises trere are a one
story log house. a good bank bam, spring bouse
and wasb house, good young orchard of bear
ing fruit trees ; the farm is well watered, and
lies about live miles soutii-west from In town
of Ashland. P. BRUBAKER, Adm'r.
AMOS M. FORD'S ESTATE.
NOTICE Is hersby give?, that the subscribers
have been appointed and qualified as Ad-
mimstantors on tne estate ol Amos M. r urd.
late of Ashland County, dee'd.
Oct. 11,1854. 3w20
A dminislrator's Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the undersigned has
been duly appointed and qualified as Admins
tratorof the Kstate of Samuel VVicrniau, deceased,
late of Montgomery township, Aslilaud couuly,
Ohio. Lii VI OSWALD.
Ashland, Sept. 'JOth, 1854. 3wl7
As Might be Expected,
J. WESSON" & STU13HS' ,
STOCK OI' BOOTS Ai?D SHOES
FOR TBE FALL AXD WINTJilt THAD'i JS NUW
- " j
ri'TrJANKKU I-lor tne past iioorii patrouagc oi ,
J a eouerous comuiuuitr, tlio suUscnlier
would agaio invito attuuliou -to llieir present
Stock of . ' ' '
BOOTS cfi SHOES ! -conaislinp
in part ot Hens'' TAirk Kip and Calf
Boots and Shoes, Home Made and E-stern. Also
Boys' Youths aud Children' Boots and Shoes at
a better quality than llicv have ever seen in
this market. Also, '.', ' ''
Mens' Boys' and Childrcns' Shoes and Garters
of various styles and patterata, both fancy and
plain, which are of good quality. v-
The Ladiei. an I Misses Department!
or SHOES, 0COTEES and GAITEKS ol all de
sirable styles and patterns are abundant, and aa
to maleiiul uuti workmanship, we invite corn-'
panson with any other work im this market.
P. S. lu connection ' with the above Stock',
we have on.haud a line Stock of
Trunks, Trawling- -attut Mens) anA
- - - Jttov' Cans,
ai d a large supply of PARLOUR; DINING and
KllUilKA UHAiliS, that wo warrant; o be
well made and. of good. material. All .ol' the
above we aro mw selling at very low prlcts to
suit the times for REAUY-PAY, we any lo all
tli.it :l will puy you well to eiainiue our Muck
before purchasing elsewhere. Mark well the
pluce, just opposite X. 0. Bushuel i's Dry .Gootltt
$lore, and one door west of the New Bank
c Building. 'v.- - " ' " r"'
- . . J Vf Ai3SUi1 X. S & -
' Ashland, Sept. 27, 1834... . -iSlt
GUOCED1GS, CONFECTION All IF.S ,
TOVS, MtillCAl. IKSTUUHlliNTB',
E. BACHERER,- ;:
INFORMS his numerous customers that he
has just received a large stock of all kinds
ol Groceries and Contectionaries ; a splendid
variety of Toys and Notions' of all kinds,''
Musical Instruments, &c., &c. .!'
In his SALOON he lias made arrangments fun
a constat. t supply.of Baltimore and New Haven
OYSTERS, Game of all kinds, Sardiaes, Sickl
ied Meats and the delicacies of the season.
Lunch served at all hours on toe shortest .no-
tine. Constantly on hand a variety qf Temper
Thankful lor past patronage, he ia i tennis
ed to spare noilher-pains or expense in eates
ing for the wants el' those who favor hint w.ith
a Call. . i
' Ashland, Oct. 4th, 1S54. - ' -' . :. 19tf fj-
At thV I1 KricSs' Corner,
AHTi AITP, OHIO.
THE undersigned having bought the Labce
and Kxtebsive stock ol merchandise, for
merly owned by Robert McMaharj ia this place,
announces to the citizens of this County and
all others who wish to avail themselves ol the
privilege of laying in their Summer aiid Fall
suppurs cheap, that his Store is the place.
He intends keeping always on hand a large and
general assortment of . t- . i -.
GOODS OP ALL KINDS,
such as is wanted by tha people in this region.
Among our unprecedented vaucty are ,
of all Kinds, Styles and Varieties. '. GROCE
RIES, a largo Stock Salt, Fisb, Plaster, in
short everv thinn in that JiaeLwhich will; be
sold a' less prices than -any her Merchant
dart sett. 1 am now apd will oe veiling lor
sometime at cost, so that my prebent stock may
be reduced to make room for mv - : .-'.;
be reduced to make room for my
, .FALI:SU ! JP Is Y ;
3Ail who wish great bargains, oro. invited
to Call I soon and examine my Stock a tte goods
are going very fast, and you may .not have
another opportunity to secMre your goods at
such low iigures. Aliiods of. . Ilmr .
COUNTRY. PRQDUCE, '
Wool, and auy thing the Farmer has to sell, will
db inaen in excnange iur gjaoua,
UCf- Don't lorirot tha oLaae the old Brfc h
Corrier, Eaat of the WcNulty Hoise.
f'.s"- i W.' J1ASSF0RD.
Ashiand Auif. T3.-1S54. a!2tf
, . . v'. -i- Ahole school aystcm. - . .
ia-yg.is ., t-f Jrit.'.l' i'W-JP'n'g'v a -,iy jnto take tl.e
iisiiT5iili EaajaiM.tian ahA?uld not be delayecUA.-onJ . iJiii day r
. i-Vl.liJ cT.l.'.JJ " ' In
- -. - . . . . . . I
th sccoMil-'Saturday f July. : At
. k. , ...l w..,...!,., af .n-aav .
Hay.fsvt .-r MBtbesncudtSatday of leptembeiu t": r" C 7 V Ti y
At AHtfir i. oft tbs-twKrtrday October, Wtfe. V-- "ill the Ccuni Audnora be Wf,
,4o', ai v. -sauie. place, on, the third itii.ifr(r beiote the 20lh day ol Ucrcinbe', to rrvak
iiIed(V,1An-r ' ;v-:.c -s- - - roiii transmit tn tho Cummiaatouer of Com-:
Kacb applicant fori Certificate wiH be resrireiTDScoorsi n irlt the roturas of
iq ItimisH evidence of a good moral character.. ' t;hool statistics made to ;.. imv untf tlie ;wn-
FKAuiiiitstioDB to commence at la o clock, A. 3f. i ... , , , , ,
7 en e.f the BmwW - ' - 'i-nr wiil bo able to make his report oa or
. , ; ,f. !r?.Cr 1 W Hltl-afss cfore the 20th of January, and the Auditor
Asb'tand, May IQUu . . . . . . Mtf 7jftate will be able to apportion, ut tb, proper
TrtfO j v i Tnrv - : r me, the common scliool fumls atnauo, ih
-. , "r - . r" ., i 'st- , '- i '.rent to untie." , " -
TRAINING in tho Kl "Office, -;AU-tt4K h BARfTEV.C...n.Con.. Schools.
vonnij', nw oept. rylII . " 1
m f.: - t a.ttL.:tOK I .
Agaa Jeremiah .
D eber Benavillo
Aloolry Jacoo , Ui
Mr.Qlane J Mr.- S.
MclJuire Thomas . v
Munrer Jacob MrJ ' J
2 Miller Henry 1
Meyers Michael .i
i - ' i
P W H Miss
Pilgrim H N Mrs ' i
Paimck II J Esq i
Patterson A G i
Potter WH C Esq ' ?
Pnrt.r Hsnri "P 1 I
Barrett IVIrs F . '
Kowkcr Julius '
Bray MichaoT D 'J
Buck. Franz ' ' '
Chaa irCastcl "' "J
Carrels Daniel G. ' '-
Campbell Wm -Cridenden
Cotes Kamuet ' "
r - . H .,; ,,t
Rees Abraham Mr :
Rutan John - ' J
Rush George j
Reed aClark T -
Routxoeg Jonathan j
Ryan James '' J '
Rueh WrUiam : OL i
Reed-Ueorge W-' ;
Clay J &Ccowby Walter
Rose J-.Y Mih:
CotMirn Wiilard a ....
Dovnard dward .
. , .-.I It v
Drew Michel , . ;
Doty John '
Du'ney- Mary Mrs .?
Forgazon Mary Miss "
LRasafinirr August, lj
iweeuyainea l : r.
Ryan Martior f .
! . i ' i ' rpi
Stem Nathan f. tf3
Spencer Grabsnt -Saner
A Mt, . ,
Stephens W W Esq
Snyder Micbaer ' c
Smith Dr P j . .
cv-tii l finiioijosnun--.ui r
Gcorgo Peter r,- !.w V, 4,SniUiiJkliB Sr,.
GrewbaoL'h Saruuol Mr .Sbrtner Lewis
Goodman Charles . J.Scovill Sarah. Mrs
Hart Elijah Mr "
HariTr Dr. Mr
Herahey Lidia Miss.
Harrison George Mr
Hatfield Sirah Miss
Slnnn T A Mr
Sholer John -t''
Shrefler Jcstiao X i
- I r T-
ami in r riKcr c jvuga
SanuJea Rebecca Mil
Scbsuflie Lodwig . .
jiewtarose C Miss : ' '
- - ,Ji-v :..
Jackson Anna Miss '
Sloan Jaa A Esq
I Sloan Jam os . .- ' ' j gionisW, containing uila jmnitid. an.-iuly-aioo. ,
j-igs.MiTTia vftTy . r- V-j--frf ., f.c......V..n tudi ol lanxt ('sav- .---
3 T "- "yWiif and excepuas- 'y "' ni auajtersiitysi
Kobley Augustas -
Kimberlim Klin Mrs
Kauffman J C Mr
Kinsinger Henry Mr
Lewis James Mr -Lint
Lawson Joseph Mr
Lee Sarah A Miss .
Tei Ad!75J- ' ..i
furr i'uaDDa,h A JSt - 14 -
Tefom Henrieiia. Miss 1
Van.lortlirop Ed M.- n
Vautifbnrga fater '.
William John - f
Whitney Dr U B --' j
Williams William '
Williams Jonolhan - 2
Williams Jauo - - . 2
Wolf Nancy Mrs
Wolf John " - ! -"''
Latvsoii Mirgaret Mrs!
Mathews T S Mr
Moicrs Joha ' '
Meyers David L
Martin Mary Ann
Madden Joseph A Esq
Martin Bell Miss !
Yergin Susan ... 2
Zelin'r James -Zchncr
iSJt Persons calling for any of above Letters
will please say, ' advertised."
WM. RALSTON, P.M.
Ashland, Oct. 41854. ftw!9
. Attachment Notice.
AT my instance an order of Attachment was is
sued on the 3010 day of August, 1x54. by Joseph
C. Belles a Justice of the Peace of Jackson Town
ship, Ashlaud county, for tbe sum of ten dollars aud
eighty-two cents against tho property and effects of
Isaac Vautilburgh, a nonresident of said county.
Causing one Chester O. Mattliews to be garnished
in said proceeding. JACOB FAST,
. . Agent for Jacob Gochnaur, .
Sept. 38th, 1854. 3wl3
Jr . C. A. UVRIUS,
Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes s
'I'nKtri doors below tne Times Print--L
ing UIHce, Ashland, O hio. - Custom
Work done to order on the shortest notice
anil most reasonable terms.
Scomber 4th. RS63. 30 ,-
IinPOUIAAT NOTICE TO IGJiOOl
:rk U11ICEU. r.
I''flnHK ffo)Iitobl C"moiia)neVeeBis itisa
1 port nit to caff tlie attention of I,oeal
Directors, -.To.wriip Cirk,and Bsardi of
Kducatioii,'o coriam lijtjosjinposeu Opun mass
Lb s-W hr? .
.isnes son fKnnKieii wnies aissi -iimwiiiHy ac-
crue if tKeso JuHiao anvkicleiivr araiTs-
ai,jy pnsinoned. " r
I. J i section- M i'msi Jot- tf
the director s ia encls snh-rtistrwt- lo txm, or
cause- to be taken, mismiMy xrswsn first
and third Monday of October, (from October M
to October 18 in 1854 ) a 'enumeration sf til
the unmarried wlirte and- colored yO'ith, -
ing ti. en separately, bctecnthe ages of fiva
and twenty-one years, resident within sack asib
district and not temporarily tliere, dasignatiag
between male and fenvile,anu retrri a eertifisd
copy thereof to the Township Clerk. vi
It intr a trectrs u 'to nans--nfi nivrs
the mameratlnn, the To-uahrp t'ttfW wsnst
employ- a competent p-rmift tff rtsif and coile-el
: .3 The Tuwuslii p Clcrswalul I aaaka as)
st tact ol ..-lira en urne-minn .. m rauwned tavfaisa,
designating thn jjiui-iet - ui yputk in each aab
disuict,.and trauruut suclt .abstract duiycertift
ed to the County Au.Utf-r, - wit hink. twenty day -after
tbe return uia-io to. him by tha Duwitb
or the peraujt: appoiuted to taka-tuck ansrsaera- '
tion.. - . .'1 . - - -
4. Uy section 19, it is uttier Ai duty W tka
Board of Kduciiiiun to prfpare, or causa to"
baiprei, and lorwarded to the County Ao
ditur, at the samo time whea the return- of the -enuartion
of scholars is required wblarit,,
a statement exhibiting the number of abtldrea
in the township between the ages -of fiva- sm
tweoty-on-e-years, distinguishing batw-een aaalaP .
and. Icnjiiei.lm -number (il'-sebsiila, s-pacifytaf
tiie-dTSurent grades tue;nnrnbT-sf tsacaara,
uraie and female; tlie iluinbor1 f . bildraa,
male and fem; le-Jshn b.ive distended school
during tl.e p.i year f tliosjfycxe attandaaca,
iiie lecgth iff tin! termsof scboo Is. compansa
tion of teiichers, male ani female ; vthe number
and condition of the school houses a4 furni
ture, and the estimated .'value thereof-, tho
number and cundittOn of the books "Ya tha
school libraries, the mtrrtlbcr of libraries, tho
kind of achoo-Msaoks- aaorl in thw'achooia, tho
number and natue of school rppnvatnsy and m j,
iui I account of the etpen Jitiiros fOf school par
poses, together witb such other- ttatistteo and -.
information in relation to lechoolir as- the 8tao
Coinmissiuner ol tcboola mo-r rccyiirc.. -. r
5. Section 40 directs tlie Countv Aaditova.
I' oq or.bulbie the twentieth day of Deoesnbar,
1 Snnually to forw-iriT abstracts jult all. iha ro-
lurns ot school stat.s;ic .made Irom the tewa
imip to' iheTirafe'ColrimriiaiooerV kn'd aU?ehaa "l
a penalty ol fifty doHnrs Kir Uie jieglect be
sides making theni responsibla- Tor asy laaa
thereby snetaiiK-d b"y any tsvutbip . oi' cosstr.
I A similar liability f ir inmajei follows npaa a
Y-- t I. "l. . I I. a t. J
iaiiur5uy atiwiisjii ri. ,ht y.niasn ann ri
tiirn the abstrtcls :iuT eiiumerayioa ',r.(juired
by the act.' ' . . .; , . ., ',
Krom the foi rgiih -j" suiu-jiary, the uatiea ot
tha iittcreiit ofTioers ariipnareal; .tad jt JloW
remains to consider Iha consrquenefs of
flectTng tjioir pc lirm.incex The Stato Auditor
apportions the- scqooi luuq among llif ponatiea,
upon the 9n .lricrirtiVji.iiid, f eturns. rasl to
b.in by tlie fitate" Coinmisaroner',' and tho
Couiity Auditor.- ,sliall: iuinuallyrisaaidiately
after llie.r aiinuat settlrraeiit i;l) tbo aaoty
Treasurer, apportioii. tile scboynl fuodsior their
respective Counties, accorJing lii the aaussaar
ation arid ntarns) .iahvir-ironpeclive oracestr .
and no tuariismpt m-ther-djatct, city or vilfi '
age, whir It shall have faileiit" imike aaxt return
such enumeration, hall bo entitled tc receive
any portion of tlie common school fund.' (Sac
lion 37). . 'Vij
Still m rc cjplii-.it anil imperative ia tbe last
clause ol section 67, 1 1 witx "rlt shall not be
lawful for any Touniy treasurer to pay over
any portion ol"-..lb'e .school iund to any loeai
treasurer, bj iritof edjeatlou, or other school
officers of any city, township, or village, or- '
ganisedasto school eithes under a general
or a epc al law, ciccit nsj tfie jrtle of tho
wf-frr -co nut y f avid no sueii "OrdeV si ajl bo
uVnwn.by the counts auditor,' -riifvs lire :local
ZlZ ' r , 7. w T
1'1'"'t cri,--.ha1rBrrt d
trcaaurer clerk, recorder or secretary ofeuclr
noait wrth'said eirditor, Bnnmirivi,,an abslfsfet of
the :niHilerati n- of cliolar,"Vtrtl other" statis
tics relative to the schonls'tintleT thfir Charge,
as rcrroired by fill ncrof'TeacheVs, Local l)i
"rectom.and Bo'a.-da ol'Kducntiuh in 'PdVnsKips.'
Aathe reports rctjoived dl' the sere'raFgrades
of School officers follow each other in a s-irtol
3scendu: series,- witK -nearly the-same length
of" lime slu'ted to each grade for making-and
reporting their respective abstracts, it ia highly
Important that these roporrs'be promptly mad
wirtiin the tiiris orescribrH1.. Tins is indisoen-
4soblo not only to avoid tusses to school dis-
..ttrics,and penalties to school olflcers,':Vlsi to
vrrbe harmoniaas and Hheicut working ol tha
Mfi cl! ull f
nlHin i rontb. -f
aIu- .nil hni-n ',....i..r ... I fitrHMIA t l.fl
rLV-"j"-' -'- - -r
d Board o iJucati.n, beomt the 2'nS dsj
Columbus, Sept., I854.
- SALE OF UKASj MIIE
Isaac Gates, Adm'r of Es- "
Uta of Thomas Bradeu,
lua u i a u tv 1 1 1
I, ei. al. J
f Martha BradcH.
1Y virtue of an order of ' sale issued front
JL the Probate Court in and for the couoty af
Aoiiland in the abeOfaso, and to me directed, .
1 wilt expose to Sale, on ilwr pretvaesvest
'pfitvrday, tlicWth ddy of Naentber , .
1854, at"wo o'clock,. -P.M.," of.' said day ttsr
following describad real estate, aitualo and be
ing in the County of Aslilaud and Stale of Ohio,
to wit :-beinif a oart of the south - east a darter
4 bf section sixteen :XV6,Vr6wnsh1b"'rwonTy-for
(24,) and ot range serenrewn U'W commeneiBrg
at a atona on the s. utli rjifc7 oV sadi'Jiiuarter
tbencs north two degrees (ideg'j westseveasy
one and seventcntlis' 7T ?-10) rods to a atoao
on the west line" of Andrew- Burn's 'Jaad
ihenco west fourteen (14) rods to a stone, theaca
:'t nn'vih hri. A rMsr ' 3d ftirl wpd aiTtv'-oriri assi .
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sixty-four -and "one-halt ( 64J)' degrees,' weat
seventy and "seven-tenths (70 7-10) rods to a
stone on the west 'line of tha quarter -theaca
sooth three degrees east i3degj one iiandrod
and seven rods to the siu')i jet, corner of taor
' quarter thence reast oa ht aonlb lina of thai
quarter seveufy-ninis aud one half 791 rods to
Ibe place of oegin'ning containing rirly-nino '
acres and three roods of'hrrd. " -Afse, tlie 'soatb
east quarter of section -tweit"r-'6ne iIT towsr-
4-afiip; twenfy-fonr (24) and" tif range sere n'feca
(17 mure particularly aeennea arronov.-f, tw
wit t -Cotrrmencing- at the nnrtb-eaat corner ol
the quarter; thence south on 'tbo-east lino of
tjie quarter one hundred and sixty-two aod
eigfaj.ie.uthe I10i '3-10j rod iSiiai oiUb-at
corner, ot. tlje quurterj Jbeac west on tho
south linetii -tne qasTter'eno' honored and fifty-eight
arrd fcivrxsKhatdis ailOtrods is tbs'.
auntb-weat corner, of. ijie quarter ; thence north
on Uie eat lino, of- tbe, iuaclor, eno -riaodra
and lifty-ninc aud. eight tenths rods tp tbaBovth
west coraar of the qr.; tlicuce cast on tha north
line of lUc jnuarter oue hundred and hity-eight '
aud four-teiuii rods 153 4 0 to . .loeJnorUs
H"i, I iiiiil tlr.Tcn;'oUa of land onT'
svuth aide of said quarter iu -wuicli ,ii
tuin& tlHj-i-K'rvn dower, and a part oPtha
north Weatqu.trtor ostsect.ati twenty oae, ttrwsV
ship twenty fouf and "of Ylnn gpreataan an'
bounded as follows; o wrt-: begmmnir-on tho
-east tiouadary .line-forty rods uorifi Iron tho
4aiitU-cast .cuxner of said:.quarter thaacoaiong
said uunnditry iiue lorty rods nertn in a post
thence-west sixty rods to a po-thence soatb
forty rods thence east sixty rods to tbe-placaot"
beginning,' cunutiuing fifteen ac.rel ''saving and
excepting ten acres out Of this tract which bad
been previously sold and cviyeyedto one Rob,
ert McCrory. J " . .
"Perms of Sal: One l!iird casJi, oua third
in one year, and the residue in two year witbi
interest, from the day of sale; back payments
to be secured by mortgage on the premises.
..r-i'. - . - " ISAAC GATES, Adm'r,
Ashland, Oct. 4, 1S6J. . n!9 4w- .
Wm. WycbB", Adm'r ol l
John Augby, dec'u. 1 I I'mb-fe C'uurt of
vs. .. Aatiland Couuty,
Andrew Myres, and - . - Ohio
ftHE defendants Andrew Myers and Mary his
I wife, Benjamin Leyda and Sarah his wife,
uon-resiedots ol said State is hereby aotified,
that said ' Petitioner has filed in said Conrt,
a Petition, the ohject aod prayer of which ia to
obtain an order of said Court for the-sale and
conveyance of certificate or Land Warrant, No
61,340 issued by tho Cow. ol' Pension to tha .
widow and hiirs of William Deviney, for 160
ceres, dated June 15tU, 1849, ami by said wid
ow and hairs transfered to one John Priestand,
and by him to said John Augny, deceased, ia
his tile time.
WM. WYCOFF, Admr,
J. W. SHtru, Sol. Ptt'r. . t.
5 Oct. 4th, Ib5t- ;,"a' i40ty -
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