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rr&o'ak anb- ob ISriutuia,
B''Han jnst purchased a eepeih new press,
land added .Urge lot of new type to oar already
..iteostv .assortment of Job materials,. we are
-new prepared to execute ia a style that cannot
jkejurpsssed by anyoffice.in thin
teonnuy, . -,..; . v
: Books, -Bonder' : Label,, r
Cards, Dnfti,,- . ; Receipt,
Posters,' -v" illa; . : Checks,
Blanks, Bill Heads, .Ticket.
is "eeetrtnr el
'. ' PiilTOLETS, PROGRAMMES, POSTEIJS,
: and, ia short, erexy description of Plain and
Decorative- " - - ':. - -
."dona in the 6 nest atyle of the art, tnd cannot
i ft to gine satisfaction. All ordere promptly
:' attended to. " ' ' ' .
v -. .' -Aid. xURDB OF ; , . .
Blanl Deeds and Justices' Blanks,
1 -kept constantly on hand and for sale at this of-
"lice." Oar Blanks are neatly printed and Onthe
r best quality ef paper, and give general satisfhe-tioa-with
those who have used them. Orders
- respectfully solicited. - -
c Kewa by Telegraph and Mail.
s O rnciAl Appointments by the P. es
ident.Gea. L Carry, of Oregon, to be
' Governor of tbe Territory of Oregon.
. Williura II. Farrar, of Oregon, to be
Attorney of the United States for -- the
. Territory of Oregon. ' " '
BeujaniiuF. Harding, of Uregon, .to
e Secretary of tbe Territory of Oregon
New York. November 1. -A Wash-
ington correspondent of the Ttibune
- " telegraphs that the British. Government
-- hag issued orders to its naval officers and
diplomatic agents in the West Indies
.1 and Central America, which amount to
V.the abandonment of the ' Mnnito Pro--tectorate,
as far as Greytown is concerned
the officers Iwing directed not to inter-
-fp.rein anv wav except as to claims cf
actual British subjects for demands for
"damages in tbe bombardment of Grey
" town, wbich are to be taken note of.. '
"THE Famed Jobx SAtrrEc This
-Yenerable clergyman, aged 99, lately
u'ixeacbcd,by appointment in a town in
New' Hampshire, where he began Lis
toinistry 75 jears ago. De was accom
panied, by a deacon of bis church aged
- 75, who Lns lived on the Pettobscot river
for half a century, and has -never been
-- down to its-mouth, since he went up to
V settle ia a wilderness, as it were, in
:; . 1804. : . '
Gaet Liteuakt Festivai.. One of
the greatet literary festivals of tLe year,
' celebration of tho NeVWBistoricMjr
l takes place uext month;
' - ... . i
ThAHon. George Uancrottwiu oe tne
orator at - the public " services.1 The
dinner wilj be attended by tbe most
'eminent Americans interested in hiatori
;, cal . subjects." '-.Lamartiny and Guisot
"are expected to send replies to the uigent
- solicit a lions ?bey have personajjjv- re
cei ved Aq be p resen t pn tb e becasioj
jJpsgrTexas has almost entirely gone
...for. Mnme ' EiJiJk5NLawin the -recent
-f election. Northern). -
, . -,-If the Maine-Law consiststurprciji
' people to buy ? their liquors-one quarU
UaCIWln'tBO uu lean sgrco wmv
'I'Texas'bas "one for it to the amount of
about-one-third - her - poplulation. A.
Z. Texas ExcJuingc. . .. ."!
' -Jl ST- Tfce Times says that Capt. Ol
c';'iver Bjjrne, military and civil engineer,
lately a-resident of New York city, has
'.'.'gone to Russia, by invitation of the Czar,
lO UCUUJTT apjomyu iu j v. a . ..... ... ...j .
'" .This Byrne is the author of a mechan-
ical dictionary issued ia parts by the Ap
'pletona. v ' ' counterfeiter was arrested in
:.Farmville, Va., last week, having con
cealed in the leff of bis boots six thou
sand dollars of spurious bank bills. On
bis1 Derson were also found instruments
r for changing Ones and tens and bun-
. rC&e&b.' He was safely locked in jail in
' ---x'rinoe iawara county
5S"0ne cf the most elegant churcb
v 'es in New York, now building - in tbe
' upper part of the city, is paid for out
of the proceeds of an acre of land left
' many years ago by a parishioner to one
ji-of the clergymen for the pasturage of a
. COW. . -
" " s" A Wealthy . Wood-sawyer. It is
stated that there is a wood-sawyer in
. . Boston whose ' interest income is $800
per year, and that his occupation yields
him au average-income of $4 per day. .
i XirMr. McCormick has obtained a
' verdict of $6,550 in the United States
Circuit Court, at Albany, New ' York,
-. against Seymour and .M organ, for in
'h; fringemont of his reaping machine pat-
' ; '
' ' Washington, November 2 It isun
tf. deratood that Willard Hall, cf Missou-
ri, will bo appointed Governor of Ne-
. ' -"TheCbineae spend annually 90,000,
s 000 for incense to burn , before their
-idols ; above" 5s. for every man, woman
and child in the Empire, -... "
ES" The ' Albany ; papers notice tb
,t inditement of one ."Dr. Duval,", of that
. city, for publishing obscene books.' 1 His
- publications have been in legal diffioul-
, rJVfw.'t u. a .!-.- J-... 1 .
y ry A singular fatality aeema ' to
pursue the buildings on tk site of tbe
'.l.l:New England. , That of last night was
the fourth time that 'corner . has been
Ua" consumed within eighteen yearn. -Ci"-
i and Leader, Saturday. . ' ' '
; LATER FROM EUROPE. v
: . AKiirvAL oFthFarabia; '
BOMBARDMENT OF SEBAST0POL.
- . . . . New York, Nov. 3.
v -i The Arabiawith Liverpool dates -.to
tbe.Ulst, arrived at Sandy. Hook at' 8
o'clock this morning..-;
Comjiercial Intelligence. West
ern Canal Flour is quoted at 39s, and
Ohio at 42s. Wheat had advanced 2s,
and Corn A s, the latter being quoted at
39, for jjellow and white. . .
; Consols were unchanged.
G user At Intelligence. The bom
bardment of Sebastopol ' began on the
14th from two hundred pieces of heavy
f artillery. ' ,
- Umer Pasha has gone to Crimea.
A council of war has been held, and it is
believed that his forces will go there.
. Menscbikoff has been reinforced.
OdeBsa accounts to the 8th say Gort
schakoffwas at that place, and Menschi
koff, who could not maintain his position
at Bakshizeria, had sent his army -to
ScbastopoL . A Russian corps of 15,000
is posted near Sebastopol. Great oper
ations are daily expected.
, Canroberts notified the. French Gov
ernment that tho i allies' position . is
impregnable, being defended 80,000
men and 200 guns It could be held
agaiDst 200,000 Russians.
Constantinople letters of the 12th say
3,000 of the foreign legion and 4,000
Turks bad just left for Crimea.
In consequence of the correspondence
found iu Menschikoff's effects captured
at Alma, several important aaresta had
been made at Varna. . ..
.Two British steamers have been
ordered to the sea of Azof to bombard
the town of Keith.
- Lord Radclifie had succeeded in pro
curing a firman to suppress the trade in
Circassian and Georgian slaves.
The St. Petersburg Journal of the
14th contains a telegraphic dispatch
from Vienna, stating .that the Commis
sioners Of. tbe Western . Powars, and
Austria and Turkey, met t Constcnti
nople to arrange - the question of the
proposal made by the Austrian Cabinet.
Tbe Euglish papers publish a list of
private soldiers killed; and wounded
at Alma. A national subscription for
tbe sick and .wounded, reached 6000
pounds, and a regiment of women had
been organized as nurses to be immedi
ately sent to Scutari.-
The British steamers Ganges and
Persian, with troops on board, came iu
violent collision in tbe sea of Marmora,
and were badly damaged ; one ' officer
was crushed to death in his berth.
A telegraphic dispatch to Liverpool
from Vienna, on Friday, says a private
dispatch from Bucharest of the 16th
anLOunces that the bombardment of
Sebastopol commenced on the 13th with
200 pieces of heavy artilleay. Sebasto
pol is not expected to hold out more
than" three or four days. Three thou
sand Russians crossed the Danube into
Dobrudscba. The vanguard is at Bu
badacb. One hundred and ' twenty
thoutfaiitl" Kussiau8, : under Usekatkoff,
occupied the Danube ferries, near
Youltscb: - --- '
The Indiana Banks.
Cincinnati, Nov. 3.
Apditor Dunn, of Indiana, has issued
a circular to the effect that ho will not
sell the stocks to redeem notes of banks
that mav be farced ifMo liquidation, un-
hehall have given sixty days notice
, e J J
not even then, if he should think it
would be the . interest of the owners to
postpone the sale to a future time. He
will furnish the stock at par, however, in
return for notes when tbe latter is pre
sented in sums of one thousand dollars.
' Incidents of the War.
- lord raglan's battle-field- bos hot.
: A bon mot is attributed to Lord Rag
lan at the battle of Alma. . He lost his
arm iu tbe last French war. At Alma,
while looking at the gallant conduct of
JhtyFrench light mtantry, he exclaimed:
French owed me an arm ; now
they haverpajdme !"
prince mensChupoff's carriage and
; A letter from an officer Ber.vina in tbe
. 0 .
Crimea, dated "Camp, Balaklava, Sep
tember 28, 1854," states: "Poor Meu
schikoff, who commanded, left behind
him his carriage and horses, tbe former
beirig full of boxes, containing most mag
nificent hussar uniforms, and also port
manteaus "of valuable articles. These
were quickly ransacked. Watches and
jewelry, arms, and fine clothing of every
kind were found, which soon exchanged
possessors in the persons of ayt men.
The officers came in but for'a small por
tion, though I deemed myself lucky iu
appropriating to my special keeping a
I very compact and useful, portmanteau
VVnantefactured from tbe most - esteemed
RuyV feather." - Among the various ar
ticles foune was a pair of white satin
slippers, which madcus suspect that tbe
gallant chief was most agroeuVly atten
ded in bis campaign sojourning'." j
A Laige Democratic Army.
In the' recent elections in the three
great States of Ohio, Indiana and Penn
sylvania, the Democratie party, although
defeated by a combination of all the
isms, factions and parties in the country,
polled a vote of which it may well bo
proud. In round nnmbers tbe case
stands thus: .
Pennsyvnia 160,000 Democrats
Ohio... - 120,000
Indiana... 90,000 "
Total -.370,900 " '
This shows that the bulk' of the Dem
ocratic party is yet true to its time-honored
principles, although a few thousaud
members have . wandered off "after
strange gods." No other party singly
can begin to poll the great voto above
recorded in those three States. We
have been beaten by a combination that
cannot possibly bold together more . than
a few months, and early establishment
of. the Democratie ascendency in Ohio.
Indiana and Pensylvania,. is oue ' of tho
certainties of an early future. Cin.
En?. , ' : . ;
' WASBjiwroJi, :' November 1. The
Treasurer's official statement shows the
amount in the Unitedtates Treasury,
subiect to draft.on thed nit, to have
been $26,048,000 -
- -- ' abi.; Noir.i-ibsi.
Flora heavr at..;.. 9
Oats. .... ....... .....,,.... .35a 3. c
( on ..-.......'.."........ 50 a 68
TlMATBT.. 9,i a 3,30
Burraa frenhla roll Uc
Ljad .r. Be
FaTBiss. . . ; 40c
CtBTEiaBD, Nor. 6
Flo t Firm, good strait brand superfine we
qnole at 98, choice do tolls in small lota at
980, extrc medium grade, 8,75a9, beat extra
9,60, retail at 10. -
Wheat We quote mixed at l,75af,80, white
Corn Market inactire, and nothing doing j
62a63e are the nominal qootationa. "
. SEW l'OltK ITlARKEXtis
' Kaw Ton, Nor. 6'.
Flour is firm with sales of 8.885 brls at 8 75
for good Ohio and Southern Wheat coatinnea
Corn Less enquiry and market easier, 33,000
dt at 90a81 for common to prime western mix
ed, elosing heavy at insinefigiire ; round yellow
scarce and fir nly held at 84i85: ' '
Let HtwatckrrrJ mflke pfpU te, Reptmll Wben
men become so infatuated with -powe,-either in
poseAion or expectancy, as to run on" alter every
new dogma, and at the oidding of their imperial
meters, pass laws in direct violation of the plain
est principles of onr republican institutions.it be
conifi the Vox Pnpuli to rise in their mia'tf with
out distinction of party, and .compel our servants to
repeal those obnoxious por! ions- of our laws that
strike at the root or r ieredece. Ki, lo
physically ; when men run off after every new
angled nostrum opened t tb public." Tbey not
oi:ly endanger their own, but Ihe lives or ttxir
fami'ies and friends. It islhercTore w th pleasure
we again recommend to the afflicted the use of
McAmstex's ALi.-naii.mo Oirriirr, an old and
well-tried remedy, and almost certain cure for
Burns, Bruise. Cuts. Weavels. Fcald Head. Ague in
the breast. Corns, Fpinal Affection, Fevers, and
all Febrile diseases, too numerous to mention.
That by restoring the insensible perspi-atioD.it en
ahles the system to throw off all the oi l worn out
E articles, thereby restonn to sound and perfect
ealth. For sale by J. B. F. Sampsel 6c CO., and K.
B. Chnbb & eo . Ashland ; J. McCiory, Mifflin : T
W. Coulter, Perrysville; 1). E. Ktockm-n, Loudon
vilIe:L. Spencer 6t CO.. McKayr J- Kinninger
co. Hayesville; Hagernian and Buchanan. Heyes
vilie; Coulter aud Goodwin, Lafayette; W. Spen
cer Ir CO., Albion; J. J. Wright, Sullivan: Michael
Kriece. Orange; H. 8. See CO., Savanah ; E. F.
Bealy.Tfor. . Iyn7 .
A Wonderful Discovery has recently been made
by Dr. CurtU, of this city. In tbe treatment of con
sumption, asthma, and all diseasesor the lungs.
We refer to lr. t'urtis's Hygean or. Inbaliug Hy
gean Vapor and cherry syrup." Within-4bis new
method tbe Dr. has restored many afllicjl ones to
perfect health ; as an evidence of wlfch he baa
innumerable certificates. Speaking of tbe treat
menta physician remarksv It ia evident that in
haling constantly breathing an agreeable, healing
vapor, the medicinal propreties must come in di
rontraet with the whole of the aerial cavtty
Of tbe lungs, and thus escape the many and varied
changes produced upon them wben introduced in
to the stomach, and subject to the process ol di
gestion, Tbe Hygeauais fcr sale at all the drug
gists ihroogboul the country. -V Y. Dutchman.
See advertisement of Medicated Inhalation in
canother column of this paper. JyS
Tt-pA Secxct roa ti Lamas. How to Paa
sxava Bkactt. Don't uso Chalk, Lilly 'White, or
any of tbe ao called eosnictics. to conceal a faded
r sallow complexion. - If you would have the
rosea brought back to your cheek, a clear, healthy
and transf arent akin, and life and vigor infused
through tne system, get a bottle of C arter's Span
ish Mixture, and take it according to directious.
It dues not taste quite as well aa your sweetmeats ;
but alter a few dases you do not find your health
and beauty reviving, your step elastic aud Tig- rous,
and the whole system- refreshed and invigorated
like a Spring morning, then your case ia hopeless,
and all tbe valuable certificates we posess, go for
gaught . It is tbe greatest purifier of tbe blood
kuo wn ; is perfectly harmless, aud at the same time
powerfully efficacious. See advertisement. 4w.4
HooorcAxoe Grams- Bmnas. prepared and
sold by Dr. Jackson, at tbe German Madical Store.
ISO Arch sr.eet, Philadelphiv, daily increase in
their well deserved celebrity, foi the cure of all
diseases arising from derangement of the liver.
These Bitters nave, indeed, proved r blessing to the
afflicted, who show there gratitude by the most
flaturing testimonials. This medicine has estab
lished for ieself anaroe that competitors, however
wily their schemes, or seducetive their promises,
cannotreacb It gained the pudlic confidence by
ibe immense benefits that have been derived from
it. aid will ever maintain iu position. w9t.
iHTrWTPlW lUTTslTX' TT'VTOX' T
-Aunu! in. .
The Ammicait AaTifrs' Unioir, wooM re
spectfully announce to the citizeus of the Uni
ted States and the Canad is, that Tor the purpose
of cultivating a tnale for the fine arts through
out the country, and with a view of enabling
every family to'beconic possessed of a gallery
61 engravings, .
By The First Artists cf the Age,
They hare determined, in order to create an
extensive sale for their Engravings, and thus
not only give employment to a large number ol
artists aud others, but inspire among our coun
trymen a taste for works of art, to present to
the purchasers of their engravings, when 3.50 -000
of which are sold,
260,000 GIl'TS of the atctsiavl coat of
K ich purchaser ol a One Dollar Engraving,
tbe'efore, receive not only an Engraving tieh
ly worth the money, but also a ticket wnich en
titles him to one of the Gilts when they are
For livc Dollar, a highly finished Engra
ving, beautifully Paintid in Oil, and Five Gift
Tickets, wili be sent for F1VK DOLLARS
worth ol splendid Kngravinga can be selected
from the Catalogue, and rent by reiurn mail or
A copy of the Catalogue, together with a
specimen of one . of the Kngravinga, can be
seen at the office of this paper. -
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually
w,r h thnt tunjfand a Gift Ticket, will be im
mediately bejel warded.
- AGENTS : -
The Committee believing thai the success ef
this Great National Undertaking will be mate
riaily promoted by the energy and enterprise of
.inteltjent and perse. ering Agenit, nave resot-vvr'-to
treat with such on the most liberal terms.
Any p'ei u wishing to become an Agent, by
aending (post paid,) 1, will beceive bt be
tubbt or mail, a One Joii r F-ngraving, a "Gill
Ticket, a Prospectus, a Catalogue and ail 0U1
. er necessary information. '
On the final completion of the sale, tbe Gifts
will be placed in the hands of a Committee f
the fur chasers lo he uisiriouiea, oue notice oi
which will be yireu throughout tbe United
States and tho Canadas.
LIST OF, GIFTS.
100 Marble busU of Washing
- ton, at .. ..
10i Ma ble bnstsofUliw, at..
100 - "Calhin,a
SO elegant Oil Paintings, is)
splendid gilt frames,
size 3x4 ft. each......
100 elegant Oil Paintings, 2x2
500 steel plate Engravings,
briiliantiy colored in
oil, rich gilt framea
' 2430 in each,
i 0,000 cfcuant steel plato En.
graving.i, colored in oi',
olthe Washington Moa
- ument, 20x26 in ea... .
237,000 steel plate engra
ving', front ICO differ
ent plat a now in pos
session of an J owued by
the Artists' Union, of
the marker value ol from
- 50cts.to$l each,....
1 Grat class Dwelling, in 31st
22 Building Lota in 100 and
101st sis., N. Y. City,
each 25x100 ft. deep, at 1,000 , 22,000
Villa Sites, containing
each 10,000 sq. leet lu
- tbe suburbs of N. Y. Ci
ty, aud commanding a
magnificent view of the "' '
Hudson Riverand Long
Island Sound, at.
perpetual loana of cash,
without interest, or se
curity, of 2')0 each,. .
porpetuai ioaoa-of cash.
without interest, or se
curity; of $100 each,..
160 .perpetual loana o caab,
without interest, or se
. enrity, of $50 each. ...
350 perpetual loana of cash
- without interest or secu
- rity of $20 each ......
2,000 perpetual loana of cash
- without interest or se
curity of $5 each. " .10,000
Reference in regard to" the Real Estate, F.
J. Vmscheb ft Co.. Real Eatate Brokers, fie
York. Ordera(post paH) with money enclosed
to be addressed, J. W i.'OLBWJOItlS,
Sec'y, 605 Broadway, N. Y,
SThe Engravings in the Catalogue are now
ready for delivery., 9mo24
Cornier Pan-lie Sejaatre, Clevelauael, .
1NCOKPOHATCD HUT 9, 1831. '
mHE OLD COLl.F.fiK has removed to-new and
I -L splendid Roon s. fcurpaasing in beauty and coc
veienocethosa of any similair i stitutioos In the
Staaa. . , .- - ; : . , .t .
" PACULTV. " ' :.
E.G. FOLSOM.A B.. Principal, Professor' of the
Science of Accounts - !
W.H.HOLISTBR, and J. 8. Cl.AXTOtf, Aut slant
Professors in Book Keeping Department. -A.
J. PHKLPS and JOSEPH BBATTIK. Professors
of Practical and Ornamental Penmanship -R.
F. HUM1KTON. Lecturer on Commercial His.
tory and tbe Art of Computation.
j. B. WARI.VG, Lecturer on Mercantile Customs,
Banktng. Exchange, ect-.
Hon. JOHN G HO WKLL, THOS. H. HAY and D B.
- PALMEK, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Rev. J. A . THOME, Lecturer on Commercial Ethics.
TERMS 11 ADVAKCE.
for tbe Mercantile 9ursetime unlimited,.. atO.OO
The same Course for Ladies, 23,00
For seperate Instruction in Penmanship,
Flourishing, etc., as per agreement.
' The design of the Institution is to afford as good
advantages as can be bad in any similar one in the
Uniou, to youn ' men about to assume tbe responsi
ble duties of the Counting Room, and various mer
Si.iaifccor AcrocnTS. Book-keeping will be ex
plained from a new stand point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of accounts ; and the course
will embrace some of the best practical forms of
modern accountants. This science Is often taught
a if it were a species of conjecture, in which
multiplicity of forms are substituted for principles
arbitrary rules for reasons, and venerable pre
cedents for genuine philosophy, making tbe whole
field of be science a complete ' terra incognita."
To procuce good practical accounts the understand
ing, and not the memory siropl y, should be address
ed. DAiLT LECTURES, etc One or more lectures
will be given daily, on the following subjects
Accounts. Penmanship. Mercantile Customs. Bank
ing. Exchange Calculations, Correspondence, Com
mercial law. Political economy, immercin
Ethics. Railroading, etc. Besides the usual lec
tures on Law. etc.. In Colleges of this kind, there
will be others by practical men thoroughly con
versant with the routine of business, to instruct
en points allied to the course of study, and one
expresaiy on calculation.
PaMMAiesair. Purnctt iiraOisinntt. This
department will be andr the superintendence of
two of the best penmen of the day. Business wri
ting writ be taught upon the new method of Polsora'a
Cbtrhytbmoirraphy, exacting to the beat of an ir.
strument, and producing the popular commercial
hand in much less than the nsual time.
St. B. For particular send for Circulars, Cata
logues, etc., and address the Principal.
ir"y A large library will connected with the
College, containing the vailon works on Book
keeping, Mercantile Law, ett., to which the stu
dents will have access.
Cleveland, Sov.8. IBM. 45 tf '
BRIDGE NOTICE. .
WE the undersigned will offer at public
sale the building of a bridge across the
muddyfork of Mohecan in Perry township near
or at James Shinebarger'a one mile east of the
town of Lafayette, nn Satur iay the 18th day of
this month, at 10 o'clock A. M.
GEORGE McCOrinKLL, l - ,
AMOS HILBORN. Commissioner
Nov. 7, 1854.
At I Ik- Old Itrlck Coiner,
THE oiidersigned having boaght the Labge
and Extensive stock of merchandise, for
merly owned by Robert MeMahan in this pi ice,
announces to the citizens of this County and
all oihera who wih to avail themselves ol tbe.
privilege of laying in their Sommcb aud Fall
SUFPLirs cheat, that hia Store ia the place.
He intends keeping alwayaon band a targe and
general assortment of
GOODS aV ALL KINDS,
Mich as is wanted by tla people in this region.
Among our unprecedented variety are
of all Kinds, Styles and Varieties. GROCE
RIES, a large Stock Salt, Fish, Plaster, in
abort every thing in that line, which wili be
sold a- less prices than' any other Merchant
dart sell. I am now and will be selling for
somrtiic at cost, ao that my present stock may
bo reduced to make ro in fur my
F A I I S L' I 1 Ij Y.
&JT-A1I who wish grrat bargains, are invited
to call soon and eiamme my Stock aa t'.e goods
are going very faat, and you may not have
another opportunity to secure your goods at
such low figures. All kinds of
co untr y rn OB UCE,
Wool, and any thing the Farmer has to sell , will
be taken in exchange for goods.
tty Don't forget the pljce the old Brick
Corner. East of the McNultv House.
r ---irjJiSirtnro- J
Ashland, Aug. 16, 1S54.
StATUTES OF OHIO!
bt force Jan. 1654, with references .to
prior laws, in one large Octavo Yoluem.
Faoai T1IK Jdbocs or TIIlfOUMI CtJOST.
1 he undersigned have examined Swan's Re
vised Statutes ol'Ohio, for 1854. This volume
contains a compilation of the Statatea of Ohio
in force on the first ol January, I!54. The de
siga And arrangement of the Book are good,
and carried out with great caro and accuracy;
and we think the nork of great utility, and re
flect much credit upon the Compiler and Pub
lisher. JOHX A. CORVYIN.
R.P RANNKV, - A. (i. THURMAN,
T. W. BAR TLKY, WM. B. CALDWELL.
The undersigned having examined. Swan's
Statutes, concur in the above opin;on.'
. . D. O. MORTON,
Dist-AUy. U. S. Court, Dial. of Ohio.
GKO, W. McCOOK,
Atty. Gen. of State of Ohio.
It will be found an indiapensable hand-book
toevery Justice of the Peace and Constable, aa
we I as every Lawyer or public officer. The
book will be sent free of charge to any oae oa
receipt of $5.
Address . B. C.TICKNOR & CO.,
Law Bookseller, Mansfield, Ohio.
March Sind, 1854. - 44 1 1
MICHAEL MILLER presents hia regard
to hia friends and the public generally,
and respectfully announce that be has opened
a Public House for tbe 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 with a call. Hia table will alwaya be sup
plied with the luxuries - of the season r His
parlors and sleeping apartments are large and
commodious. Good stabling for horse will also
be provided, .and aljithl'ul Hostler alwaya in
Boarding for private families or single per
sons can be had at reasonable rates.
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT
In connection with the Hotel, he will also
continue f keep open his BAKERY AND RES-
lAKAIH f, where he will at all timea keep on
Confectionaries, Pies, Bread. Cakes,
all kinda of Temperance drinka, and, in short
every Inxnry to be found ou the tables of first
class eating houses.
K7- He wishes it distinctly understood, tnat no
ill be kept, either in the Hotel or Saloon
Ashland, March 8th, !So4. n42 tf.
iiaki; you is n ah: cm: I..
A CERTAIN LORD who went princely dressed,
once told Horspur that Pnartnaceti was tb
soverigucst thing oa earth for inward wounds."
Well, we do not gaiusay that ; but we do know
that Prof. M. Louis Garvey's Colebrated Receipt
For Curling and Waiving the Hair,
"is the sovereig-nest thing on earth. The pro
prietor, on leaving France, procured of tbe cele
brated Chemist and Physiologist. Aluus. JAiUS,
this valuable receipe at an immeose expense.
All persous desirous of having their Hair curled
and waive in beautiful ringlets till tbe latest period
of life can bavo tbe same for oue dollar, post-paid.
This isa discovery which most persons have rea
son to douht. Human ingenuity has sought for
yesrs to perfect a HAIR 1.1QU11J that would curl
and waive it. and one that should combine the
requisites to give tbe hair a beautiful natural tint,
and at tbe same time not injure it. . AU former at
tempt have railed. The compounds would curl ths
hair, hut they would scorch, burn and turn it foxy.
Now, however, tbe thing has been accomplished ;
and the splendid Hair Curling Liquid wbich Profs.
M. Louis Carvey ai d Byron H. Robb offer to the
public'inay be relied upon aa a preparation com
pounded on recently discovered chemical princi
ples, wbich have received tbe sanction of tbe most
eminent professors of that science. It gives tbe
hair a soft flossy appearaace maX caiiaea it to curl
and waive in auca beautiful . xjcg lata thatlao. moat
credulous person cannot but admire them- It does
not destroy the vitality of the hai", eat act as an.
emllient! docs Hot irritate or. stain tbe curled;
warms tbe triangulaa fibres with their thousand
inperceptible branches in-a natural activity, and
never fails ef success. It has been before the pub
lic but a few weeks, yst its merits -have already
established it. SucbeverwLelmingpopulariiy wa
ncvar known at any age. of the world before. In
thi western and southern States, it has beoome the
only reliable Hair Curling Liqnid ia use. Tbe re
ceipe will ba sent to any part of the United States
by scnuing one dollar. - "
j j Beware
be directed to
or counterieita All letters saouia
Prof. -M. LOUIS CAKVUY, and
BY RON H.KOBB, only, 7
FaaniaeTox, Trumbul ICouuty. Ohio.'
A0(i3-( lflt. nl3-3m PSB .UHi
HAIL, ALL HAIL, THE GREAT ARRIVAL OF NEW
T. C. BUSHNELL
1 ESPECTFULLY begs leave to make his bow. again to the goods-buying public, and an
X nouncea that he has just received the largest, cheapest and best selected
STOGK OI Mil 1IB WINTER GOODS,
that has or will be brought to Ashland this fall. This he states as a fact, and challenges a e m
pariaon. Itexcelleall hia former purchases, and ia bound to be the
A large portion of the atock will be aold THIKTY-TI1REE PERCENT CHEAPER than the
same Goods have ever been sold in this market before. ,
In thin department we have concentrated all our taste and enorgy, to procure an aiurt ent
of DRESS GtXJDS worthy the attention and e.o mendation of the bctier-lialf " of --.en lion.
The extraordinary run which has made upon ;his stock since its arrival, speaks more for the
assortment and cheapness of the Goods, than anything we can say. We h.,ve ia the line of
DRESS GOODS, Morenoes and Paramethas, from 2S cts. to $ 1 ,0o per yard ; plain all-wool
Delaines, "of every color, Irom 33 to 50 ct. per yard , Muslin Delaines, latest styles, at prices
from 20 to 33 percent, below last year's prices ; a large assortment ol all-wool Moreno, I'ar
ametha, ailk and French Plaids ; frunt 37 to S-7 cts. per yard ; an extensive assortment of fig
ured, changeable and plain black silks. at m .ch leaa prices than they have ever been aold in
this market ; Auction prices not excepted ; a complete assortment of Velvet and Galloon Dress
Trimmings ; a great variety of Embroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Ribbons, (kc. Of Bonnets we
have Silk Velvet, Silk, Satin and English Sirows of all kinds and qualities. As to .
Our atock cannot be excelled either in quality or price. In abort, lailiei , we have never pre
sented a finer assortment to thejublic, and earnestly invite your attention to it.
We have also endeavored to meet the wants of the " Lords of Creation," large and small
in every respect. We have a large assortment of English, French and American Broadcloths,
Caeaimeres, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Vesting READY-MADE CLOTHING I
- A lame assortment of HATS and CAPS of the latest styles, and will sell them at prices
nnsually low. Also, a good assortment of BOOTS and SUOJEX, TAILOR'S TRIMINGS,
kc, Stc. Gentlemen give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
- We have also a splendid assortment of QUEENSWARE and CROCKERY, HARDWARE,
GROCERIES, Yankee Notions. ,
ke , (kc. Men and Women of Ashland county , this mamot.th stock of Goods must be sold, and
you that wish gieat bargians must call soon. We don't aBk you to beiieve our say so about it,
but call and see fur j ourselves, and you will find that " lo ! the half has not been told you ! "
The Emporium is now crowded every day in the week, and more are turned empty away.
Come one, come all. MAII kind of PRODUCE taken in exchange for Goods, at the highest
market price. Ashland, October 4, 1854. I9if
THE JEWS AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS !
ANOTHER IMMENSE ARRIVAL OF
Apple's Philadelphia Clothing and Fiirnishing Depot! I
THE proprietors of this extensive establishment beg leave to announce to the public that
they are uow receiving at their old stand in Ashland, the largest and best selected stock of
which they or any body else have ever brought to Ashland county. Their apacious store room
is piled full of Goda. We can new supply half of the count;. We can fit tho largest and
smallest the snortest and tallest the thickest and thinest the fattest and leanest specimen
of naked hamanity that standi in need of our friendly aid. We can sell Overcoats at from &4
to (IS ; Dress Coats at from $6 to $25 ; Vests at from 75 cts. to $10 ; Pantaloon at from $1,
25 to $10. We h ive every description of clothing from the coursest domestic fabric to the
finest brodcloths, silks and satins. Our stock of
consisting of Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Wrappers, Drawers, Handkerchiefs, Stc, is unusually
large. The yublic will aiao bear in mind that we aro hrcpared to do
to order, on the shortest notice. We have a large number of finished workmen ia our employ,
and our " Crook " is acknowledged to be one of the best, if not the besf, in town. As we
have a full assortment of cloths on hand, which can be had at the purchaaer'a own prices; the
public cannot tail to be satisfied. Let it be distinctly understood that we
. buy &msp&rrmn a
and challenge a comparison either in beauty or tonality of goods, extensiveness of the assort
trent ore cheapness in price. We do business upon the principle that a " nimble sixpenae ia
better ti.an a slow shilling." and, consequently can se'l eorgoodaat CASH PRICES, which
our competitors cannot afford to do. afcaf Store opposite Skilling & Burns', and next door to
Wuilnck tk Coffin, Ashland, Ohio. Oct. 4th, 1854. I9tf
As Might be Expected,
a- .1. WESSON A: STUBI3S'
FOR THE FALL AND WINTElt TilADE IS NOW
rpHANKFUl for the past liberal patronage of
,JL a g nerjous eoojrnnnity, the subscribers
would again invite attention to ineir present
con-islinp in ,.art ol Mens' Thick Kip and Calf
, r ... , , ,.... a i-
ODU una animt uumf luuuc vqu xiHiriM. aiau
Boys' Youths' aid Childrens' Boots and Shoes of
- .h- I
- M ...... ..7
ini market. jxio,
Slens' Boys' and Childrens' Shoes and Gaiters j
oi various styles nnri patterns, botlt janry ana
plain, which are of good quality.
The Ladies' and Misses Department !
of SHOES, BOOTEES and GAITERS ol all de-
sirsblstyles and patterns are abvndant9and aa
to material and workmanship, we invite com
parison with any other work in this market.
P. S. lu connection with the above Stock,
we have on hand a line Stock of
Tiaalu, Travlino; Baara, Afens' and
v Hoy 'a Caps,
and a large supply of PARLOUR, DINING and
KITCHEN GHAIRS, that we warrant to be
well made and of good material. All of the
abuTj we are now selling at very tow prices to
snit the times for READY-PAY, we aay to all
that it will pay yon well to examine oar Stock
before purchasing elaewherc. Mark well the
place, just opposite T. C. Beshnel I's Dry Good
Store, and one door west of the New Bank
1. WASSON Si STUBBS.
; Aah'.and, Sept. 37, 1854.. 18il
. x. khott a tvt a una
THE public are hereby notified, that the
oderaigned has opened a splendid Da
gnerreaa Gallery, over the Store ofJ.R. Squire,
Ashland, Ot.io, and respectfully solicits tbe
Datronace of the public. In addition to the
nsnal apnendaa-ea ol a Picture Gallery, the
subscriber has added a i
which poors down a flood oflight npon the per-1
-on setting, thereby enabling the perator-to,
I take good pictures at short sittings. Tbe sub- ;
scriocr onaersianas an ine new uuu w u fv,
cesses perfectly, and baa no hesitation in say-.
ing that be can give aa good satisfaction as any
operator in this section of country. Specimens ,
can be seen by calling at the rooms. Hours '
for operating from 8 o'clock, A. M.,to 4 o'-j
cleck, P. M. Picture taken in cloudy aa well ,
as clear weather. F. K1SS4MAN.
Ashland, Sept. 13th, 1854. 16tf
GlIOrKIl 1 I'S , COXFECTIOVAHlESt
TO, iTIIMCAL IMS'l'IIU.TIE.XXS,
MOTIUKS, Ac, Acc.
INFORMS his numerous customers that he
has just received a large stock of all kinda
ot Groceries and Coniectionaries ; a splendid
variety of Toys and Notion of all kinda,
Musical, Instrument!, &c, &c
In bis SALOON he has made arraagments for
a constant supply of Baltimore and New Haven
OYSTERS, Game of all kinds , Sardines, Pick
led Meats and the delicacies of the season.
Lunch served at all hours on toe shortest no
tine. Constantly on hand a variety ef Tempi r
Thankful lor past patronage, he is determin
ed to spare neither pains or expense in cater
ing for the wants of those who favor him with
AshlandrCct. 4th, 1S54. . n!9if
Office .Franklin cfc.War.renlt.ssV. Ca
FiiiLtr. Portar CO.. -Ohio. Sept. 2 1853. i
3j A 1 a meeting ot ins iiirec
33 1 tnr at tbe F. A W. R.
held June 11. 1833. the following assess
meats upon Stock subscriptions were made, vixt
Tea percent, par able July 1st-, 1853, and an assess
ment of tea per cent, at the end of each succeed
ing sixty days. untH the whole amount is paid.
Three instalments are -therefore now dee. to wit :
The "first when subscribed, (by the charter.) the
second July 1st, and the Xbird, August 31st.
Snbscribeis in Ashland village aud county are
respectfully requested lo immediately pay all
instalments now due. aud as they hereafter be
come due. at the Bnkinc House of Lather. Crall
or Co..Abiand unless called upon by the" Collc.
... - - - rmff w tvi a n
VOSL-VV. TVLEIP, 6e&.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(.NEXT DOQft TU THE POST OFFICE. )
fTM'E rubscribcr would say to the public that
I be ha oa band the largest Stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
in Ashland Coonfy, embracing erery variety of
' atyle aad size, fn.in the most tiny inlaut up to
the greatest giant's toot in the laud. Also,
Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, Hats, Caps,
"d 'idings, Lining, Binding, and Morocco
I Skins, Peas. Thread. Lnsts. Boot Trees, French
r . . . . ... fi ., n " 1. e I r .1 1.
I uuuer nuu
. t r.lr 1
Kipekin Leather, Oak Tan,
I .11 r Kih
ottering tor sale at
pricea to auit the time. Thankful to a gener
ous public for the very laige and liberal pa
tronage hitl-erto, received, a continuance, of
the same i solicited from hia numerous old and
new customers and friendr. .
The subscriber continue the Tanning busi
ness at his old stand, where any quantity of
Hide will be purchased, and Leather con
stantly en hand and lor sale.
Ashland, Nov. 1, 1S54. 3m23
HAVE A HAT, SIR?
- SOW AKHIVIXG AT THE
ASHLAND HAT STORE !
An immense assortment oi uew
HATS AND CAPS!
for the summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, con-,
sist-ing of a large variety of -
SILK HATS !
from 93 to 5; Kossuth Hats from 60 eta. to
$2,50; Maiyar Hats, from 1 to $3; Utter
Hats, from $2 lo (3,50; a large assortment of
.nnailrl the moat tastv. comfortabIaand dor-
able summe Hatr now in use, from $2 to 3j
50; Leghorn, from 75 to $1,25; Beaver Hats
Irom d,ou to SO. Also a compieto ifioriuwu
CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
Also, an endlcsa variety of Men's and Boy's
clothand velvet - -
and all kind of Children' Hats. . It wW" v9
useless to attempt to enumerate the j
stock, as it is admitted oa all bands t L rif
brought to Ashland County. The subscriber
respectfully requests the public to call and
examine hia stock, whether they buy or not.
The subscriber wiil pay cash for any quanti
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered st his Store, op
posite the Franlin House, and one door East
of the Post Office. Ashland, Ohio.
Ashland, April 19th, 1854. n4Stf
0ZSJ A MOS LKWIS wishes it destinctly
sJfcgS--fi- nnderstood that be has not quit tbe
ivery buesiness. and that he has just made quite
n edition to his Stable in the the articles of Bug
eies and 3:40 horses.
His Stable is now kept immediately back of
the Sampsel House. Cnstomers can always find
some person to attend to them eitber at tbe Sta
ble or the Sampsel House. Passengers carried from
Ashland in any direction, at moderate rates.
May 1". IPSA. S.tf,
f'EA HKRS will take notice, that there will be
X four Quarterly Examinations as follows :
The first on the second Saturday in January, at
Ashland. The second oo the first Saturday in April
st Savannah. Tbe third on the second Saturday in
in July at Hayesville. And tbe fourth on tbe first
Saturday in October at Jeromevilie.
There wiil also be live Special Examinations as
follows : Tbe first on tbe second Saturday of March
ta Ashland. Ibe second oa tbe third .Saturday of
April at Rowsburg. Tbe third onthe second Sat
urday in May at Sullivan - Tbe fourth on tbe sec
ond Saturday of September at Hayesville. And the
fifth on the third Saturday of October at Savannah.
By order of the Board.
li. W. HILL, Sec'y.
- Ashland. Oot.SSth. 1M4. S31y
( SUCCESSOR TO W. H. H. POTTER,)
ajealer in Haoko, Statianerr Wall
Paper, Vc., A:c.
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
, AhUnd, July 26, S54, ?if
WHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW.1
Every woman 5ltouM know Uiat if she fs in poor, ickly,
debilitated comiirloo of health, making existence a burden
to herself and a source of painful anxiety to her relatives
rid Wends, snd perhaps, (Imrribfe re 'eetion I) entailing
anA fnHJctiDg her own mrtliultes and sufferings npon her
children, that it In her duty lo nndervtand whj and from
wlimt ca'AVe bvr uffuringir ariw, tlmt remedy and relief
may, wbHe-yt Ihere is time, bt- nr.uled of, the causes b
avoided In fotars, and her health restored, that she may
be fitted for the duties and capable of the enjoyments sf
Let erery woman Tuck at the emaciated form, the death
like completion, the dep-bcrlrd, hlstreless eye, the sank
ca cheek, the gloomy sad depressed spirits, the shattered
oerrea, the prostrate and helpless condition of many a
wife, motlier, daughter, or sister. If not herself included,
within her own circle, whose days are dnys of ajTony, and
ask herself, Must this continue f Most thia-bef Is
tli ere no remedy f No relief T Nohore?M . T
The remedy is by knowing the causes and avotdinS
them, and knowing the remedies and benefiting by them.
These are pointed out In
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MA0RICEATJ,
nonu)B or diseasics or woxicf.
' One hundredth Edition (500,000). IS ho., pp. St50.
- ow rrsB PA PRE, EXTRA SrNDIKO, f 1 00
Erery complaint to which a woman is s object, from girl
hood to womanhood, ss also as wife and as soother, are f al
ly described, with the causes, the symptoms, and also pro
per mode of treatment, in a plain, simple, but in tbe most
chaste language, easily understood. And thus every wo
man can discover, by comparing her own symptom with
those described, the nature, character, and causes of her
complaint; and be spared much anxiety and suffering. ,
The wife about becoming a mother has often need of
ma traction and advice of the utmost Importance to her
future health. In respect to which her sensitiveness for
bids consulting a medical gentleman, will find snch in
struction and advice, and also explain many symptoms
jrhlch otherwise would occasion anxtety or alarm,
How many are suffering from obstructions or irregular i- j
ties peculiar to the female system, which undermine the !
health, the effects of which they are ignorant, and for
which their delicacy forbids seeking medieM advice? How
many suffer from prolapsus uteri (falling of the womb),
ortromJtHor aArts (weakness, debility, Ac.)T How many
are in constant agony for many uvjuUm preceding confine
ment T How many hare difficult, If not dangerous dellT- '
sriea, and slow and uncertain recoveries t Some whose
lives are hazarded daring such (ino, will each find In Its
pages the means of prevention, amelioration and relief.
Uow many bitter moments, how much anguish, might
have been spared to the sufferer, to her Imsband, to her
relatives, by the timely possession of this little volume.
It is impracticable to convey fully the various subjects
treated of, as they are of a nature strictly intended tor
the married, or those contemplating marriage.
Bat no husband, wife or mother are excusable if they
still continue in ignorance of those physiological laws, by
the knowledge or which their own health and happiness,
as also the future well-being of their children, are secured.
"THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL
COMPANION " is a standard work of established reputa
tion, found classed in the catalogues of the great trade
sales hi New York, Philadelphia, and other cities, and
sold by all the principal booksellers m tbe United States.
It was first published in 1847, since which time
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND COPIES
have been sold, of which there were upwards of
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SOT BY MAIL,
attesting the high estimation in which it is held as a relia
ble popular Bledical
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE ;
the author having devoted his exclusive attention to the
treatment of complaints peculiar to female, In respect to
which be Is yearly consulted by thousands.
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-page, spu
rious editions, and surreptitious infringements of copy
right, as well upon booksellers as upon the public ; it has
been found necessary, therefore, to
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to bar no book unless the words " Dr. A. M. ALunucua,
129 Liberty street, N. Y.,n are on the title-page, and the
sntry in the Clerk's Office on the back of the title-page ;
and buy only of respectable and honorable dealers,, or
end by mail, and address to Dr. A. M. Manricean.
7 Upon receipt of One Dollar " THE MAR
RIED W0XA1TS PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPAN
ION" is sent (mailed fret) to any part of the United
State, the Canada and, British Province. All
letter must be postpaid, and addressed to Sr. A. M.
MATJRICEAU, Box 1224, New York City. Pub
lishing Office, Ho. 129 Liberty street, Hew York.
AGENTS. E. E. Newman, Norwalk, O.; W. B.
Earl, Maraillon, O.; A. Hinckinan, Salem ; John
Saxton, Canton ; 1). Lamb, Fiutllay, O.; Geo. Hall,
Ashtabula, O ; John Perkins, Athenx; S. A. Spear,
Findlay, Ohio. . .
October ldth, 1854. 6iu31
SALId or UBAL tSTATK.
Isaac Gates, Adm'r of Es "I
tate of Thomas Braden, f
deceased. "V 1
, -nr. f - - - - 7 -
Martha Ilradeti.e'. ai. J ' -
BY virtue of an order of sale issued from
the Probate Court in and for the county of
tn!and in the above case, and to me directed,
1 will expose to Sale, on tliu preni.ses, on
Saturday, the lh day of November,
1854, at two o'clock, P; M., of said day," the
Lfbllowiiig described real estate, situate and be
ICnC in the County of Ashland and State of Ohio,
to wit: beinira part of the south east qnaiter
of sectiou sixteen (lb',) township twenty-four
(24,) and of range seven een (17,) commencing
at a atone on the a uth line of sadi quarter
thence north two degrees (2deg west seventy
one and aeventea!b (71 7-19 rods to a stone
on the west Hue of Audrew Buru's land
thence west fourteen (14) rods to a stone, thence
north three degrees (3deg): west sixty-one and
eight tenths (el tf-10 rods to a stone thence
smj-Cour and oue-balt ( 641) . degrees, west
seventy and seveu-tenths (70 7-10) rods to a
stoueoa the west line of the quarter thence
south three degrees east ;3deg one hundred
and seven rods to the son h west comer of the
quarter; theace east on the south line of the
quarter seventy-nine and one half 79; rodsto
the place of Beginning containing fifty-nine
acres and three toodaof )'ind.- Also, the south
east quarter of section twenty-one lj town
ship twenty-lour (.11) and of range seventeen
17J more particularly decribed as follows, to
wit : . Commencing at tbe uortb-east corner ot
the quarter; thence south on the east line of
the quarter one hundred and sixty-two and
eiaht tenths 1162 8-10) rods to the south-east
corner of the quarter; thence west on the
south line ol the quarter, one hundred and fifty-eight
and four tenths .154 10) rods, to thea
aoutn-west corner of the quaraisr ; thence north
on the west line of the quarter eae hundred
and fifty-nine and eight tenths rods to the north
west corner of the qr.; thence east ou the north
line of the quarter one hundred and fifiyeight
and Ibur-tenta rods fl5S 4-10) to tfae-'aorth
east cori er of the quarter to tne -place of be-.
ginning, containing one -hundred aud buy-nine
acres, two roods and tweuty rods of land ( aav
Jraxjres, one rood and thirteen jWda of
j tno goutu side of said quarter m whicl
m? aud excepting out ot this qoa.ter sixty six
hich ie con
tained the widows dower, and a part of the
ji west quarter of section twenty one, town-
frrnv. four aud ot rauge seventeen ana
bound oJ sallows, tu wit: beginning on the
eaat boundary line forty rods notth Irom the
south east corner of s-tid quarter, thence along
said boundary line forty rods north to a post
thence west sixty rods to a post thence south
forty rods thence east sixty rods to the place of
beginning, containing niteen acres ( saving ana
fPUcpting ten acres out of this tract which had
been previously s-!d and conveyed to one Koo
ert McCrory. : 1 . ,
Terms of Sale: One third cash, one third
ia one year, and the residue in two years with
interest, from the day of sale; back payments
to be secured by mortgage oa the premises.
ISAAC GATK.S, Adm'r.
Ashland, Oct. 4, 1S54. nl9 6w
BUTTERY MIX AHEAD!
rpHK undersigned begs leave to inform the citi
X zens of A. bland, aud the surrounding county,
that be has just received at his Stove aud Tin ware
establishment iu Ashland, a LAKfafc A A 11 SirL,e.2i
Dill assortment of tbe best and most improved
pattern or . - - i
such as PARLOR, COOKING AND BOX STOVES,
which be will sell at very low rates. And also, a
great variety of C OPPEK, BRASS, TIN and JA-
done on the shortest notice.
N. B. Old Brass, Copper and Pewter taken in
exchange for ware. . , E. BUTTKRY. ,
August S3, M)S5. wl3
Waitr Ho lliriot VVQTArnnTTI
Alt Vt UiAiU W vs v
rrpHE subscriber respectfully announces ;
that he h is permanently - located himself !
in the town of Orange, Ashland county, Ohio;
where he is prepared to manufacture all kind
nl Cabinet Ware, snch as
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS,
Dining Tubles. Centre Tables, ' .
CAN IS-.BOTTOMED CHAIRS,
to order, on Ihu shortest notice and most rea
sonable terms. Particular attention given t
'undertaking BUSINESS '
- Country Producv taken in exchangetor work,
and Cash always acceptable
' Oting, April 5. 1SS4.
"tr n Tt TYTT ' tl TH
TO BE HAD VERY CHKAP!!
NVlTk.lheauenti4.aaf the Feople i tW
Congressinnal Diairict. to their. imraenaR
stock of Hnrdwara jsaf rcfied, consiuiiZ f
every article in the Trafle nseil hy the most ex
travagant a wel I as the most eeoiiom'ral nifrfch-t
aser, whether Building ll.irdwaro. Mehairiei
Tools, House-keepers anisic , r farming Iln-'
plinwnts. In any of the above go'n'dawe Tiar'e?
a lare-er Stock than any ni Store ia Mansfleltl
or Wnostcr, and s it has lohir since bvrmm
kuowiedged by every body, that we sell beUer'
goods fr the same fn'oncy, ihaii ithef Mansiicjd
or Wooster can do ; alf we ash is, that Buyer
will consult their own latere, uy making an
examination of our Slock,; beiore purchasing
elsewhere. . All goods sold by nk, if not found
as represent ed can b-j retnrnpd. " "
- ' JOHNS tf. ALLEK,' '
j Opposite tbe Bank.
May 3, 1854 . nf0tf i.
VjUST RECIEVl5ir t
BY JOHNS & ALLENT"
20 doz. Sheep Shears, the only goof ones 1n
- town. - i- ; n- r. .tf
50 " Silve Steel and Cast Steel Scythes,
warranted, . , , .
SO doa. Asserted kinds.ScylheSnatlis.
40 do H iv and straw Forka, liest cast steel;
-6t ticT-T'gttlg'g-fetiul PMnl.
b do Socket's Cant Steel Hoes, the best ever
mauD. - -.
20 dox.No. I. tf y Uakea.- - " ' i i i f.
20 do No. 1. Scythe Rifles. -r -.el
20 do No. l.Soyih Stones, 6 to 9 inches long.
also. v ;
100 doz. Door Locks from 25 cts. to $1 ,"eaoli.
110 do Door Latches from 10 eta. to 25 eta.;
100 do. Loose Joint, narrov,wrot at east Buttsi
1000 Gro. Gimlet Point Screws. r '
300 Gals. Linseed Oil. - '
100 Kegs Pore White Lead.. : ' " ;v Hf-.?
100 Beieit assorted sixes Gls j -.-,
600 Lbs Pnttv in BladderSi ,
5000 Lights Sash, all sileei t " ' " .
Doors. Paint, Brushes, Sash Fasteners". Butch
er's File (n any quantity,) Spears, Sawsya.ll
kinds Sb emaker's Stock and Tools, all kind
Saddler' Stock and Tool. .
200 Ifrus nssnried Nails, warranted..
100 Tons Swecds and Pittsburgh Iron'wdf'
ranted. - . --.lit j,;
100 Bundle Russia Nail Rod. . , .y-
50 Pair Seat and Carriage Springs', at PiUs
' burgh prices that is so I " -
dox. Boring Machines, less than $11 each.
The above .oods with a large . variety ,of
every thing elee, mutt be sold, and person
wanting Hardware can buy of us, cheapcr-and
better goods than any wnere elae- '-' ' 1
-:.-, .-....--. JOHNS fc ALLEN.",;
Opposite the Bank,
May 3, 1834. V ' ' nftQtf -
Table Cutlery. ,
WE can and will sell Knives and Forks 20
per cent, cheaper then any Hardware
Store in Mansfield or Woonter ever did, will
or can, if you doaht it, come and buy some,
that much lower think of this ! ' .
JOHNS Ac ALLEHV.rf
May 3, '54.-5tf , Opposite the Bank
Fanners, Head This I J
jOU.S fc ALI.Ui , .,
Dealers) in HariwarC) (ran Ac Nails,
. , Adjoluiug the Bank
WILL buy all of the Flax Straw that yon
can raise and deliver to them during the
present vear, and pay yeo the CASH for-it.
Short Flax should be polled front the ground
that, thnt. is. long may be cradled none want
ed in Straw before September. Instructions
regarding the culture and rotting of Fins can
be had gratis during the Summer, by eallingvon
BS. . ... . JOHNS & ALLEN,.,
Opposite' the Bank'.
March f, 154. n40j tf. '' '
TB,Ot. NEW YORKt ANDOVEa MASS.,
WILL pay tbe highest marketprice for XOO,
OOO pounds of good clean Flax, deliv
ered at the Hardware Store of their agents in Ash-
exed at tb
, Ashland .Jan. 19,
JOHNS A ALLKX.
Opposite the Bank.
1654. B35 tl.
Kegs Rifle and Blasting Powder, lor sale
oo Commission at mil I price, by-"-'
-- JOHNS S ALLKN, ' .
June 14, 1854. ' Opposite the Bank.
Barahill'i Patrnf Corn Plantrr,mtn
uhcuired bv McUrisbt A Co.. Cleveland. O.
A supply for this county will be fonnd at th agen
cy ot . i - jwjid .
Dec. 38. 32tf Opposite the Bank.
Griffeth Ac Carvers, Concave Steel Culti
vator Teeth Tor sale Wbolesale and Retail at
tbe agency of JOHNSAALLJtS.
. liec. 2f, 3otf . Opposite the. Bask.
flew Hardware Store !;!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER 'iS
Foreign and Domestic HarJ vrare!
ASHLAND,-ASHLAND CO., O
INVITES the attention of the Hardware buy
- ing commnnity, to his immense' and ollri-
vailed Stock now arriving and consist of j ev
ery article kept in a Hardware Store. . Farming
and Mechanics Tools, House furnisbmg'good,
building materials," together with the- large)
and best selected Stock of Iran and Naila ever'
brought to thi place. Swedes,. Nail, Hoop
Sheet, Rod and Bar Iron of extra qualities.
Sash, Glass, Doors, Pntty, a large and varied as
sortment oT Locks and Latches, Bott and
Screws- all ; siaee and ' diacriptiOnn,. Sadlery
lardware and Findings, Tools, tc. w, ,,T
(joavcls Malxersi and Irimmcrs,
will Cod it to their advantage to boy their
Stock of me. ' In their line, Oil and Enamelled
Top Leather, Cloth, Lace Da mark, Moss, key
K.rinns and Axles. Mailable Top and Prop
Irons, fee, Carriage and Tire Bolts, 1 to 6
inches long, Bras Band nH izes, Oil Cloth.
-- White Lead, Dry and in Oi 1, Paints, Varnish
es. Terpentine and Oil, Paint Varnish; and
Dost Brushes. .
Pomp, Tobmg, (Chain Ddnble" Gilraniited)
beat article in town, wheals and fixtures k re
plete. - Roger's Stel cultivacor Teeth, Wings
and Plow and Hammer Moulds,Shovels, Hdey
Forks, Rakes, tythe, Snath. White' Dod
ble Steel Axe, Broad Axes and Adses, Sheep
and Cow Bells,. Log and Trace Chains,: Mill
Saws, an extra article, X Cut Saws, the only
good ones in town. Butchers Fifes and Rasp
and Chisels. ' ' ' - ' ' " ". ' '
, Sheep Shears, . :
Ten different Brand, price from 37 to j7
per pair. If yoa want a good article l eave
them and the best ia town, and they are poing
fast. Also wool twine and cord.
Block Tin, Lead, Lead Pipe, Zinc, Pad Irons,
Tiners Wire, Gon Barrel made of Lake Su
perior Iron, Lot, Bras Casting and 'Criming
cheaper than elsewhere-
scissors AND Shears;.
it yon want a good pair give me a call,. I ac
knowledge I have the Only good ones in town.
A few of those nice Carrreolere Slick's Framing
Chisels, extra Cast Steel Angara, - (
Bench and TIalcUnar Plain Itittay
warranted, Brunswick Tea and Table Spoona
Table and Pocket-Cutlery. '
. Braas, Pillar and Chamber Candle Slid: anof
Snuffers, sod Tongs, Waffle Iroas, Bras i Ket
tles, Steelyards, Molasses Gates, Pugh'a Aagnr
Bitts, Hnnt's Hatchctte, Braces and Bins, price
range from 40 ct. to $12 j Ivxctaior SandPrlper,
Spirit Level, Saw Handle. : -.-i;..--..
The half is not enumerated in this- jst Lot
those in wnnt of any articles in the Hardware)
Line, will de well o call before purchasing;
my Stoclc being entirely ne v.and selectestjwitlt
great care lor this martct, enables me ,1 sell
better and cheaper than tbey do elsewhere.
.... - .. R. D. BOIQE.
I akir Kellogg's Building one doos above P.
fc J. Kisser's tjtore. -. , r , . :
Ashland, May 17, lS4. : " Mtf
N0TICK ; '
IS hereby given, that the nndrsrsigned was on
the second ot Septeniberr lai4, duly ap
pointed Administrator of the" estute of George
Murray, deceased, of1 Orang" townehip, ' Ann
land cooaty, Ohio... Those indebted tot said
stare will please make immediate payment.
And those holding claims agiunst said Katate
will, present them legally nuthrtiticated for
payment within one vear from this date-
- ," WM. RALSTON,
Adm'r of th Bstate of Of-' Muvrsy, stee'd.
Ashland, 5ept, I. I34. - ' wfi
..: ic,i '-i
f ) left I