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Tt.lmtU pablisbed-every Wednesday
. aaorningU the toyTa of Ashland, Aablsnd e.
ve.,,",i i$t-4 T( IL, McMihu'4 Store.
.L;v,-' aVBscKiPTiosr.V r.' ;
v - tHMBfc'ViU be ferniahad t subscribers,
t-1k rtt 'rTffa DOLLARS per ar.hum.
'""jfiyaent'be made before the expiration ol
ew, rr . -i- ' r '
-'mill tavariably aa" charged.- if pineal be de
leter ad till after the expiration of the year.
A failure to, pay in full, and give notice of
dUcoAtinaee to tho Publisher, at the close of
.fca-fimereebecribed for, wilt b considers! an
,,!e'tieOTn 'for'the hett yeaV,; and ao on year
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- BATES OF fAIyEICTISINC.
tn ifiim, u ioee or- jess www
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use square s oioaiui. a. ..
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.j Oae fourth column one year.. '......
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tJne half column one. jei
s. Tw. third colama on. year. a 30,00
i"Thro foartha lOlama on year... 35,00
"t?e eotumB one year...;..; .......i 40,00
41,. - ' x.:- . i . i, - I, tt .
rtrin'lMai HnM&iicJfi nBflik new arose.
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Hand added large, lotas' new type to ear already
-natear aeeifea,e "ot tetiale," are
ae'wjbfeptred to execute, in it style that cannot
errfca .arpasasd. by any t office ia tbia .- section ot
.:nli) ! ,' itw .-; -.ft.".
BooTs,"" "flood, -Label,"' '.ClretilarB,.
"Carda. -5. DTarUV Receipts, Notes,
- -oetere,' . ' Hilts,'"' Checks, Manifest
'- Blanks. Bill Heads'.' Tickets. Deads. t.t
V4V?ilTBLETS,; PEftJRABJJES; P0STEES,;
d fa hot(, e very : description of Plain 'and
riea -. ',J f ( - ' ' . .
tea in tbo (1 neat atyle of the art; tnd caanot
1 i aji o jit .aauaiajcuon. Air jirucri promuj
Eliiik Deeds and Justices : Blacks,;
J n i p t comlnotl on band an4 aale at tlii of
.Jkf.l Oar lanke are jieaUy printed d cm the
njibwat ajoality ief paper, end give general eatiefac-
iVi!lV tlioee wholite irsed ibera." ' Ordera
Vpectiiliy solicited. '
1 A BATTLE 02T THE PACIEIC. ;
-t w'iw w.. Nkw York. Nov. '10:
. i.ce va'-'iorum paper receivea oj tue
"-Aortb bta,r,--xoiitaios latellgence ' of :
' bmttle ctween- the 'Allies ud tlie Rns
; aianis" on the Pacific . '.
; .1 he .allied fleets attacked Petropauli
t rwski, in KsJfehatk,,,n,,lher50th of
b tAugatKc 'li, i is -s formidable -fortress,
' with 120 guns aud I S00 .ptei.VJ Tlio"ratT
,,U.waa made by six .TeasUs.''-' iort
was, deserted, by ihe.,E.ussiau '.aficr a
...fierce cauoouade by 250 guns.
.tl,' The next day another fort was deser-
- ih tuo Ames, iu lanauig; to .TaKe
'paisaossl6a,' iitll' into an. amiuscrde aud
aedjSfter a loss of JSO! tljld and wouiid
.'tii. ii.TIie AHi8 took aiiOther redoubt,
'pikad the 'guns, aud captured 43 . Ilus
anoar Tnr Itnsaiaa frigafes "in 1 the
Earbor Vere much damaged. After this
'defeat the Allies abandoned farther at--V.aek.'.
. Admiral Peiree. of th Euglisb
.iavjnadron, . shot " Jiiinsclf with a pistol
k4fore tke action supposed accidental
.fi$Jr, After leaving, the-Allies captured
;tw-vcaaels, one the Sitka, with provi-
aioii-, and arms. for-the garrison, the
ether a schooner which, was burned.- j
Mora iljaa 130 lire were lost by the
- ."'wreck of the Yankee Ulade. " .
City Bonk Closed. '
" The City Bank did not open its doors
titis iDorning.- A little before ten o'clock
thp following" placard was put ou the
door : ; - 1 ' : "' '; ..; , '; ,
TT Owing io the unprecedented ' moraen-
Ti4ry 'excitement tjiat now.' prevails and
.the severe, stringency of the money
,inarket, whlchl'.Las produced such dis
f's4rius results elsewhere,' it islny pain
TuU :4uty to. aanounee that this- Bank
' has ben compelled to easpend,' payment
.:fiu deposits.' '"-.-- '
"nl."'VTIta assts have been put int tbe
-rkaMids ef R. W. McCoys Wm. S. Salli
'Vihi, "la"J),.Vt.- Peshler, as trustees,
;!;jjirk.; and ; settle its' affairs. ,' The
-interests if 'th creditors will be 'duly
: protected, ;,' Tbb indulgence of depositors
aauouierg iiwuciwu in tuis u repressing
jeVenL;Th6 circulating notes ef tbia Bank
e-BcurdJ-aa is well known i by ' Ohio
'.'tate'skocka, deposited with the Treasure
" wrbf.Statey and, J am" assured, ' by .'the
'-officers, will be received in the payment
ItfUxtk:.:- Tf Taos, -Moomi.'!; i
ys," We find the above in the. Journal "of
Iait evening. "..The solvency of the City
Banfr- has oeert reoently" indorsed, we
The funds' of the ;. State Board of
JLgrioultare,- the proceeds- of the: late
: JState Fair--the scuool and othor ! funds
of the city of Co!umbus- and tbe funds
'6f this (Moutgoiueiy) township, are lock-'
ed up in vaults of this bank ! Its liote-
heldtjrs- will trot saysr the ' notes, being
J iiecured .bytate stocks.: ;
-dfaMc -iMooDiB the ; oashier;' ; we have
'alwI.yB'rtguardecl as a gentleman of high
I'(p6tegrityrud u. accomplished buisiness
KioiQ. iilis -efforts to sastain the 'Bank
lWr'e8everrogr'', The tadieal , error is
jS9,i$9.ysteirti and, not in the . manage
ment. State Democrat, of the 1 Ith;'-?
"JjripdrtaAtirotemeat Th Conference
"l '.of .'American Ministers ut Ostend. : :
-oil Xhe 'Nw7 York; Jffcralri has'' what 'it
""pretends 5s the result of the. American
.ministerial and . ambassadorial -. Cuiifer-
"ence, reccotjy held-at Getend, Jo the
NEtbcriiniU tas oBject of which, was it
iVsaid, to determine unoa a line of pol-
H j'bjr 'which our difficulfcie ' with Spain
JS Li5 t- .jr-.L.j ...j :"x
,yymu ln tuJU3i.euwiKa ... g'iveruiuBi.
,ioduxjerJ' ts make rejraration for past out
Jygcan'd idigQStiei'upon our eitiaens
"JoiTOmmeoe,... wait, as security for
-he future.' Aooordib to tbe Herald,
ft war 'agreed ta recommend that,' the
Jrpvorutuent of the United States should
declare in effect that our safety demand-
-jed and . oar interests required we should
' '"purchase or take Cuba at.once.' .V: ,i
Mr. McRae, our Consul at Paris, who
Arrived in the Arabia, it is further sta
ted,, was. the bearer i.pfi the despatches
. conveying this recommendation of the,
-- American Ministers, and ..urging upon
-tae Pregidont immediately to make the
. "Avowal,. and take. steps to carry it into
. 'jsceet: It u .also r added that Messrs.
'. Baehanas, Mason, and Souls have ex
pressed thir conyictiou that Frauce and
. JbnelaDd are -favorable to the sale of On
. ba to the, JJf Statesa- marked chango
- paving recently (akeu place i tbe policy
. ist, vuvBji pjuxiirieg iu turn fmyw,,,
' OI.B( -y" .ut.i'.'V
f , - ,,,, HIHIIIII
Prom the Dayton Dally Joarn a
Tha Broad Guage Railway. '
MtssBsr Editob8, Among' all the
various Railway enterprises of the State
fifOhio, cither in operation or' in' pro
gress -of construction t no road has been
undertaken posesaiag higher merits and
greater confidence both by those ii.tcr-t-8ted
along its line, and by the public
generally, than the Franklin and War
ren Kailroad. -It was comineuoed with
a very much - larger amount of actual
cash subcription than any other road in
the State ef Ohio, a very considerable
sum having been sabcribed to its stock,,
as a permament investment, by persons
entirely uninterested in the road. " ' j y ,
- -. The motives which prompted the pro
jectors of the road to undertake its -con-stmction
are various. ; ; -r i- r y v '
5 1 st. The necessity of the continuation
of the varions roads leading from Phila-.
delpbir and New York to the eastern
line ' of the State of Ohio as a 'great
through, route, in a south-westerly direc
tion, through the State in the shortest
practicable line : '.
2d.- The remarkable adaptation uf the
country along this route to the cheap
and eay construction of a road with
light grades snd comparatively straight
lines..' . ,i, : '. -.: -''--.-:
' 3dj The necessity of the read ' as an
oiitrot t large portion of the country
now without .any public;, improvement
of this kind, and the neoessity of the
whole country along its ' line, for a shor
ter and rnone direct route, to the east f
In relation to its connections almost
every one id familiarj.1, '.'.At the State line
it has two important connections one
by the way of Uic Venango and Sun bury
and Erie Railroads to Philadelphia and
New York ; and another running north
easterly to : Oleao, at which j point it
oonnects with the New York : and Erie
Railroad, thus securing a large . amount
xf the Muth-western travel and buisiness
of the New York and Erie Railroad, as
well as of southern New York to the
Franklin '; and Warren ' Railroad. Its
most important eastern connection is at
Warren, at which point it connects with
the north-west Pennsylvania-' Railroad,
forming by ' it , and the : Pennsylvania
Central -Railroad the best route to the
city of Philadelphia and New York., -'
The ' Bouth-western' tcrminos of . the
road is at Dayton, situated in the heari
of one of the rishest valleys in the west,
at which point it has various Connections
aw wi..v.u J'"- . . .. . I
m a Westerly and SOUth-Westerly direc-. 1
tion to Cincinnati. Louisville, Indian-
apoIis,i'St.',' Louis, 'Iemphis,' and New
Orleans, a portion of which rOads-are
now in operation, and all in a forward
state of; construction. The section' of
State - traversed by the Franklin and
Warren Railroad is remarkably adap
ted' tq agricultural pursuits, a large por
tion: of which is unequaled in the coun
try for fertility of soil and productive
ness, and all-of which are far. above a
medium quality, there being i:o waste or
unproductive land alone it line, but
comparatively level and unbroken, thus I
rendering the road cheap and easv of
construction, with remarkably light
grades, and . with but . few aDd " easy
curves. . ' - - - - '
" The. ' foregoing considerations .' are
Bntue ot tbe motives which induced its
projectors to undertake its construction.
' The Block of the road was principally
subscribed about a year and one half
ago, and the construction of the road en
trusted to a board of directors chosen
from among its principal stockholders.
Tbe board of directors are composed' of
men of ability , and extensive means, and
are amply qualified to carry out the en
terprise with which they have been en
trusted. ..'Marvin Blent, Esq.-was chosen presi
dent of the board a man esteemed for
his energy and abilities,, and who has
used every effort to carry out the inter
ests of the company.
In spite of the financial troubles
during the lst year, whiah has caused
the total suspension of - many . roads
within the State, "yet the Franklin and
Warren Railroad has been slowly, but
steadily, coins forward.
The neht of way for the road has
been nearly all secured, and upon highly
favorable terms, and aboutone third of
the grading of the entire line has been
done as well as a large amount of the
masonry. - . . ; , ; '.. .. :
The directors - of the road are" ener
getic and efficient' men, ' and have used
every effort to. aid in. carrying forward
the enterpriie ; and with the full co-op
eration of all the stockholders, are con
fident of being able to complete he road
at an early day. : -
. The decreased demand for Iron in
consequence of the suspension of bo great
an amount ef work- m this country Has
already reduced very materially, and
judging from present prospects the costs
of. Iron at the end of due year, from - this
time would" not much exceed the cost in
1850 and 1851, which would make dif
ference of about one million dollars iu the
cost of the Iron for this road.
The design of the Company is to
construct a model, road, to build, every
part in a most thorough and substantial
manner ta lay it with a much heavier
rail than '.'is ordinarily -used , and ;, to
throughly eauin it. with the bsst -of.
machinery in such a manner that it may
be operated more rapidly and wilh great
er safety than any road now - in opera
tion.- - -J' - -'"'
NEW JEWELRY STORE
T It.' GOODFKLLOW has opened i
I new room, two doors east of Messrs
ser & Riaaer's Store, on Main street, a
Watch and Jewelry; Establinainaeot,
where he will offer every article usually kept
ia such establishments, at very low rales.
Anions his stock may be found uuia aua
ll-ver vv'atelien, -of every description, va
riety and quality. Pins, Ladies' Gold Broach
es, Grape, Enameled, cluster, K.not, luu aaa
Scarf Pins.. 7 .
KtR DROPS. HOOKS A SO KINGS.
Gold Rings, Lockets, Pencils, Gold Cbaina,
Baglcyf Goldj Pens t and Holders, -large, ai
Table and. Tea 8poojta of pure silver, Ger
man Silver and plated spoons, cutter Knives.
Salt and Sugar Shovels, Si I vet Forks, sic., Bsc.
ef avery description, from the best American
and Entrust estaoiisnments. Ai so neeai-s,
Port Mouiea. Dressini; and Pocket Combs, asd
Pocket Books, Violin and Guitar strings.,.
Goesles. Uve MUaflca. Cumpaaaes
and Acordeons. Kigbt Day and Twenty-font
Hour Brass Clock., in tbe most splendid Pa
pier Macaea, Jiose W 00 d and Mahogao' case5.
WATCHl'S AM) ( : T ,!
Cleaned mad repaired, and work warranted,
Old Gold aad Silver bought at the highest
price. 1 invite the puune to examine my btock
before purchasing eisewnere.
!V ' I. K. GOODFELLOW.
Ashland, Dee. SI, 1853. n31 tf. -
Thomas E. Castor, 1 ' ", '
vs. 5. - - '
J. a A. Bull. I
a X mv ImUnu .n nxAtir of attachment was la.
-V sued on the Sd day of October 1854. by John
Tavlur. a Juati ce of the Peace of Hanover towa-
aoi. Asn;sna county, for ins un .1
costs, scajnat the property and enacts of J.Q..A.
null, a non.residsiu of said county. Cauaing B. F.
! Det.JSt,, ISM, ' " i. . twSja.,. !
eyaannMenWaJaaanH 0 nj j nilanAwaat tWX taafl
' .'iSHLiND JHABKET.
, - V . Kot.15, 1854.
Ftooi heavy C. ... ...,.....t9
o &Ti. ........ ; .as a :c
Ti h owt . . ..,.. ..... S,00 ftSO
-fiiTTntK freata la roil ,w.i..rr-.ov.....14c
KOGS . a . w-aiBi e v . ec T. .. mfu . 106
SaJaW. . a. aH a- ...i BC
KATaaaa ne.. 'a.-lr.V,.-,....40c
Bkcvwa a . 90aS9
.'x iBTEliA"i JIAHKET. ' j ! 9j
:.. ': b' ' 1 r . . CixTn.am,No. 1,..
Floi Firm, good atrait brand aaperflne' we
quote at 98K choice do . tella in amatl tota at
$3,50, extrc mediwa grade, 8,75afl, beat eitra
,60, retail at 10. . a . .. - '..
Wheat We qaote sailed at 1,75a 1,80, white
lrWilla. .. ; '
'. Corn Market Jnactire, and nothing doing
,62i63c are. the nominal quotations. , .
irfarrled, On the 9th inat.. by Hcxar 5on-nxa-r,
Esq., Mr. ELUia Fabt, of Jackaon tawnahip,
to Mia ELiaaarrn IhBaca, of Troy townhlp.
J May peace and kappineaa follow them all their
A Womrerfnl IMsenrrery nan recently been made
by Dt.Cartis, of tbiaeity, in the treatment of coa
u mption, aRtbma. aad all diacaaeaor tbe loega.
We refer Dr. Curtia'a Uygean or, Inkaling Hy
(ean Vapor end cherry ayrup.' Within tbia new
method the lir. haa restored many amicted ones to
perfect health ) sa in evidence of which e has
lnnnmerable eertifiostea. Kpeskinr of the treat
ment a phyaiciaa remark: It ts evidenV that in
haling constantly breathtnr an agreeable, healing
vapor, tbe medicinal propretfee meat come in dl
T ret contract with tbe whole of the an-iaf cavity
of tbe lonra, and thoa escape the many and varied
changes produced apen them-when introdnced in
to the atomacb, and aabjectto the proceae ot ri
geation. The Hygeanais fersale at all the drug
giata throughout the country. A" T. Xhtiekman. -
See advertisement of Medicated Inhalation in
can other column of tbia paper; -. . ' . Jj2 '
TfyA Baca ar roa T.-.a Bqw' to "Pair :
aaava BcarTTrDont ttae -Chalk, Lilly White, or
any of the ao catled eoainetlcs, to conceal a faded
or aallow complexion. . If you would have me
roses brought back to your cheek', a clear, healthy
aud tracsj arent akin, end lire, and vigor infused
through tue system, get a bottte of Carter's Span
ish Mixture, and take it accord ill to directions.
It does not taste quite as well as your sweetmeats ;
Ki.t after a few dassa uu da net find vour heslto
and beauty reviving, your step elastic aud viguoua,
and the whole ayatem refreahed and invigorated
like a Spring morning, then yoar case is hopeless,
aad all the valuable certificates we posesa, so for
gaofbt. It is the. greatest purifTer of the blood
known : is perfectly harmless, and at the saiae time
powerfully efficacioov Sea advertisement. 4W.94
HonorLAnoe Brian Birarms. prepared and
sold by Dr Jacksou. at the German Medical Store.
2n Areh sr.eet, i'niladelphlv, daily inocease in
their we U deserved oelebrityv foi the cure of all
diseases erasing - from derangement of the liver.
These Bitlers save, indeed, peeved r blessing to the
afflicted, who shuw there gratitude by the most
flattering teslimvMiais.- This medicine has estab
lished for .Been .name max conpewians-awiw
tkeir ichem., orawluceue te proma
uuatmch, It raitxl tlie ntMltic eonfideuca b
tt i nncnae benefiu hat' naa been, derived from
it, aid will evermaintaia iu position r w4.
R. D. BO ICE. i
HAVLKG removed his Stuck ol Hardware to
the Kew Bunk Buiidiaa-, .no door Etst
ol the Bank, and adjoining riotchkise- Bauer
Store, invite the attentioi of those in wast ol
of any description, to rail and eximinw. The
Gvuds beng almost entirely new, and of the
: . t ... I.. Ha n tt' , a a I itimu'.mK'nli t . .
buyers. His stock euinpr-ses : . ; ,
fcailJieij'aiiii '(.oath Tiinirair.Ks ! ;
Ciitlerv. Axes. Adiea, Broad Axes nnd i titer
x-vged Tools; Saab, Duairs, Blinc'e, Glass and
i'utty, Dcor Latciies ana nous, nutis. cast,
wrought- and braaa ; r-ere .- Horse Hasps,
Kiles, .-tec I ail Try Siuarrs, I'lauea, Plane
rone hand, pannnj rip, cross-cot, mm - nd
wood Saws, brass pillur, Japan'd and bright
Candlesticks, Snuffers and Tray. Shovels and
Tongs, Forks and Shovels, Pump Cham, Wheels
aud uoxes, Pine l'dbeing, a new article of
GALVANIZED PUMP TUBEING l
which exceeds all others, and the only plact it
is to be had in town. Gun-barrels, Locks and
Trimmings ; Trace, I-ng, Cable, JIaltor, D"g
and Cow Chaius i Sad Irons and Stands, Strap
Hinges, T Hinges. Hingn and -wrought Nails,
Brans Kettles, .Coffee Mills, -- - - --- i - ;
Shoe -IT ixa-ci i xa.eaat, .
Linings and Boot Morocco, Patent Dark Leath
er, Oil and Knameled Leather, Patent Sealing
and colored Leathers, fclnamcled Cloths plaii,
and figured ; Brass Bjnds, Wrenches, ISula,
Wmron and Bucev Boxea I Steel and Steel
Springe, Wagon and Carriage A ilea, Uolta of
all aixca from It to six inci.ea long; iron fir
Warrons and liutrcica : a lame assortment of
Bar Band, Rod and Hoop Iron on hand and for
sale at low figures.
assorted sizes : Paints, Oils", Turpentine, While
lend, Zinc, Brushes, G'a- and Kloor Cloths.
Damasks, Twine, Curled Hair and Moss, w eh,
I Shoe Thread.
I C BINET MAKERS AND UNDERTAKERS
Con can here Had a complete assortment
CofBin Trimmings, Handles fclectro Plated,
Bronzed and Japan's Plates,, fancy -Butts,
Kcrews and Coffin tacks, Kronen Glass cut to
order for the Lids, Mahogany Knobs, Chest,
Cupboard, Till and Tad Locks-, Castors, Braces
an i. Bitts, Chisels, Augurs and A"g-" B.tu, c.
30 dor. A. White it Sons' 'celebrated AXES ;
also, 4 boxes ot those extra Double Steel Axes,
going fast- Having bona appointed Agent tor
tbe sale of tnose jiea exclusively yon can
only procare the genaiae of me in this place ;
all warranted, and in case of a return no ques-
4iobs asked. - A-large lot of- i.
HAHES AND PAD TREES,
of differentstyles, just received and -for sale
A word to those of our anrroanding villages :
Anything in the f .
El A IS 11 W A K K; L. I E I
can be found here, aad yon can- purchase at
better figures oT me than elsewhere- .My long
eioerionce and aconaintanca in this County en
ables me to ormg ueiore t.ne peop e sucn gooiis
as will suit the if wants, and at such prices an
I to lay
ALL COMPETITION ASIDE I
Having permanently secured the serricrs of
Mr. jAjras"TEa, who will be happy to wait
na his numerous friends and customers at 'all
times.rv) . -s-'j: - " " -- -
'Remember the place ew Bank Build
ittgs.adjoini.itg the. Bnnk.oj , i
All orders lur good promptly attenoeu to. ;
!.' 1v ' - - . R. D.. BOICE. '
Ashland, Nov.. 13, 1864. '-' .Sff- '
C. TICKNOR baa removed to tbe store
' room directly under the Shield & Ban
ner office, where he ia opening and offering for
sale, at Is eery Iswwsf price , and extensive as
sortment Of - '-.. ''".'.:...'.'".,'-.',."
ENTIRELY NEW BOOKS,
ML)IC, BLANiC BOOKS,- -
WALL PAPKR. CUTLERY,
PAPER MACH1 A GOODS, -r
- PORT MOMAIES,
and a variety of other fancy articles, selected
with care ra tbe utters niji-kete. rts respect
fully solicits the patronage ot the people, and
hopes by trict attention to huamess, fr give
vat is Fiction to hi old friends' and custnioeis
IS. a. Tbe public are warned not wt tte-
ceived or mialed by finding- .or iuim attached
ta any other establishment in town. - "
Mansheld, Nov. 1&, 18o4.' ,,",'''. XlT
rrtHE following Executors, Administrators. and
1 rcurdiana bavins nled their accounts for set
tlement m the Probate Court of Aahland County.
ths same are ordered to dc puousnca in me - a.
t.ni lTnion 1 for three weeks, via:
The final act of Joseph Strickland AdrnT Of Joseph
, .Dirica tana, uc;. u. , .
' . . ""John Brown, AtUn'r of" Albion
' ' - Clark, dee'd. . .
, . , " .' Phillip Hettinger, ', 'VEyepetr
x t 'f . .-- ' tinvttr: iler.M-
- u ' Jacob T. Smith, ', .,' '' ."lobl
'' Smith. dee'd.
. ' -. Wm. H. (Sprinkle, " " Solomon
'.!! ' K. Sprinkle, deceased: ; .
' ' , Robert Cowen, Adm'r of Andrew
- Scott. deceased.- - ----
m. c ' h Kobert Cowen, Adm'r of Wm.
.-, . . 1 - Karuahan. t'eceaaed.
. M ,,-t x " " K. Inguiaod. Exect tor of Abram
. , . auerulau. deceased. --
. , u Henry Jackson, Kxaeutorof John
-:'-'- - Richardaoa. deceased.
Sd partial ac't John Van Nest. Adm'r of Jacob
i . . . urandt, aeceaseo.
The float ne't of Jacob Fulmar, Gaardlaa of rJeU
... thal Vast. ,'. ..-...
And the m ra continued for the sxamlnatiBB
of any pcraon interested, and will be for hearing at
the next term of said Probate t-ourx. .,.
A. L.CUBT18, Probate Judge.
Vevesaher n, ISM. '- 1 Wr
' PROSPTUCIFTHE "
-ftsea" or vtsVcaS
Sribing Original Literary Papett . 4
ut'of' the Mote Eirnnent - Living
tf.t .vAmorican Author tftoith- V
Forty Portraits on Steel from Original
A" Complimentary Tribute a.
1o- Lauia Gaylord Clark, Esq.ii
For Twenty Years' Editor of th Knick
" ; erbocker Magasiue. , , ' V' t :
CONilDERlNd.tbat Loa'is Gaylo'rd Clark
has been, fan the' unexampled period f
tweaty years, editor of leading Literary Mag
azine in this cotnuy; that bis' labors mean
while have been constant, arduous and ili-re-oMitied
that thev hare been eminently crod-
itable to hisabiliueaand character, and al great J.
service to his country rn developing its Intel
tactual resources, several o bis friends . met
together last December to -devise some suitable
plan for tendering to him a substantial compli
mentary Benefit, in all respects appropriate for
the Literary Class to offer, and tvr him to re
ceive, -The result was a project for publishing
such a work as is above deaciibed ; and npoat
submitting tbe plan to Washington Irving, Wil
liam C. Bryant, Fita-Henry Hnllock, Henry W.
Longfellow and ether leading Literary men af
the United States, it received their cordial a pa
proval j ao that the committee baring the (nat
ter in band are able to announce tor the enaa
ing asa son a Literary Sovenie, beyond all par-,
nllet.ia the eminence f its writers and in mechanical-
execution equal at least to' any simi
lar publication ever issued from lha American
press, Tbe collection of portrarta of Ameri
cas writers will be far more complete than any
hiUerto attempted. -" .':il9V ".' "
; The' KnicVerbocker Gallery will ba publish
ed, under the direction of tho committee, by
Mr. Samuel Hoeston, 348 Broadway, New York
and will be ready for delivery to snbscribers in
September next. r?ubscribejs will receive' the
first impressions of the platea and the senea
rill posses, a value much beyond the eoat of
the-volnme. The entire profits of 4he work
wrll b. invested for Mr. dark. -John
W. Francis, . ", -", Frederick" W. Shetton,
Riilos W.jGriswolJ, '.' " Richard B. Kimball,
. : George P. Morria. . ; . .
r'J .' tr-Irrjt - n ' .
The publisher bat lha pleasure 4 anni unc
ing as contributors to this Literary Testimoni
al, Washington Irving, William Collen Bryant,
Fill-Greene Halleck, Nathaniel P. Willie, He v.
George W. Bethune, D. D., Hon. William H.
Seward, George Witltam Curtis, Donald G.
Mitchell, Henry W. Lotigfelloar, John G.faxe,
Geoige Lunt,'Rev- fre-erick W. Sheldon,
Richard Kimball,' George P. Morris, Hon.
Judge Hall, Dr Oliver-Wendell Holmes, i
Legare, William Pitt Palmer, Charles V. Brigs,
lleory R. 8cnoolcraft,-Kev; bamael Osgood,
Epea -Sargent, Allred B.? Street, George M.
Clark, Icj-ti.8trddaTd, J. Li' McConnell, The
odore 8. Fay, Jw.' Rasaejl Lowell, Chartae G.
Leland, Ur. r nomas-waru, Jonn ir trvmg,
WilliaruT.G Iinglicr, George D. Prentice, Sam
uel S. Cox, Frederick S. Coxxena, W. H. C
lioamer, James T. Fields, R. S. Chilton and
others. - - -' - "' - ' ''
The price of the work will be Fve Hollars'
per copy, in elegan cloth bindinr, gilt edged ;
and in Turkey extra Seten Dollars. All sub
acriptioos'payabJe un the d eiivei y of the work,
't hose who wish the work, and who leel inter
est enough in its success tu get .soiae of the:r
friends to take it, will confer a special favor by
sending the names as early as possible, that
the publisher may be able to judge how many
tu print for the fuel edition. - - '.
..1'lease address . SAMUEL HUKSTON,
, ' , n34 .... : . 213 Broadway, New. York.
"aEHUJAN ARTISTS' UNION!'
The AxCRlc.in Abtists' Umiok, would re
spectfully announce to tho citizens of the Uni
ted States and thu Canad 1, that for the purpose
ol cultivating a taste for the lino arts through
out the couutry,.and with a.view of enabling
erery family, to become poascaacd of a. gallery
o engravings, : -:
By The First Artists of the Ager .'
They have determined, In order to create an
extensive sale for Tbeir Engravings, and thas
uol 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 SaO,
000 of w hich are sold, , ",' . : ' ' .".:--250,000
GIFTS, of the atctaal cost (
.-.. . aloOtOOtlu. --
E teh purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving,
the-clore, receives not only nu Engraving iicb
ly worth tho money, but alaoa ticket wliicli en
titles fa im to one of the Gilts when they are
distributed. "i - ' -'
For Kivc riollarK.a highly finished Engra
ving, beautifully Fainted iu Oil, and Fivx Girr
Tickets, will be sent for FIVE DOLLARS
worth ol splendid Engravings can be selected
from tho Catalogue, and aent by return mail or
express. '" ' ' . ., , .'
A copy of tbe Catalogue, together' with a
specimen .of one of the. Kngraviuga, can be
aeaa at the office of tbia paper. .
For each Dollar sent, an Engrttting actuatly
wjr'h that tum,tnni a Gift Ticket, tr'il be in
mediatety befoi'tcardei. , .,
-' ' ' AGENTS 1 ' ' :
-"'The Committee believing thai (he success of
this Great National. Undertaking- will be mate
rially promoted hy the eaergy and enterprise ef
intelligent ano persevering rr, navresoi
veyl'to treat with such on the most liberal term.
" Any person wishing to become ao Agent, 'by
sending (post paid,) tl, will accEivs ar aa
ruis or mail, a One ioil r Engraving, a 'Girt
Ticket, a Prospeetas, a Catalogue and ail oth
er necessary information. '--
On the final eomoletioa of the sate, the Gifts
will be placed in the bands of a Committee of
the Purchaser to bo Distributed, due notice ol
which will be given throughout the' United
States and the Canada.. ' . Vl i
U s - LIST OF GIFTSy " -
tOO. Marble basts ef Washing-
, .a- Jtoa, at..........y.. .
10ti Marble boato of Clay, aw J
100 '; Webaler.at
100 ...." '"Calhoun, at
. 0 elegant Oil Paintings, ia
splendid - gilt frames,
size 3x4 ft. each......
f 100 elegant Oil Paintings, Sx3
.feet aaoa,. . -'
600 steel . platr EogranagS,
brilliantly co tored ia ,
-f -oil, ""rich gilt frames ""
; --,24x30 iq finch,"., ...... tt
10,000 elegant steei plato En.. , ,
gravrugs, colored in Oil,
; JO r.V..6,000
i'iM . '.
otthe wasningtoo oion
nmcnt, 20x26 in ea.. . .' '
4 3 40,000
237,000 steel plate engra-
1 "ga from 100 diner- r ,
. "ent plat s oow.in pos. . .
' session of and owned by L
tho Artists' Union,' of, '.
- -the market valne ol from '
60 ers. to 1 "esoh,. ... '
r '-. -1
first class Dwelling, in 31st -
,..Y.- City ......... :
22 Building Lots in 100 and -
lOlslBis., N. Y. City,
each 25x100 ft. deep, at ' 1,000 ' S2JJ00
villa Sites, containing
each 10,000 sq. feet ia
, the sobstbs ot N. Y; Ci
' ty, and commanding a
magnificent view of.the
' Jludaon Rtverand Long
laland Sound, at......
perpetual - Jeans of cash,
without interest, or so-- 1'. i-v.
c vrity , of $250 each . i -
perpetual loans of cash, .- ...
' . . without interest, or se- :-, ... 3
' , ' curity of $100 each,. .' 'Vj
100 perpelua. loans ol cash,,-t '., .
-;) . wimuui inierisai, ui on,
""''" curity, of 850 each, .. ,
350 perpetual loans of cash
- ' without interest or seen
; rity of $20 each .......
1,000 perpetual loana of cash .
without interest or se- .
". " curity of $5 each : .. . 14,000
'' Reference ia regard ta the Real Estate, f.
J. Vissche sk Co., Heal Estate . Brokers, New
York. Orders (post paid) with money enclosed
to be addressed, - J. W. HOLBROOKE,
. , Scc'y, 605 Broadway, N. Y.
, - SThe Engravings in the Catalogue are now
ready lor delivery. amoaa
; bridge -notice.
WE the undersigned will offer st pnblie
"anle the buildins; of a bridr 'serosa tho
muddy.fork of Mohecaa in Perry township near
or at James Shinebaraer's one mile e&st of the
town of Lafayette,, oa Saturday the 18th day of
thia month, at It) o'clock At M.; ti t t ; .'
GEORGE McCONNLL,l -it .
AMOS HILBORN, i , S Cpmmtsrfonsrg,
."LUKE SELBY, '"" ) . '
Nev. 7; 1854.:- f.. .h:...T.: M.i-ii:..-::
. Admlnlatratsrla fM A 1 1 r.t . . ,
NOTICE is hereby given, that the uudsrsigned has
been dnly appointed and qualified as Adrains
trator of tha Batate of Samuel Wierman. deceased.
late af Moatgomery township, Ashland county.
uaia, ' t itsyi uawakv.
Ashland. fk.BPth.'WM. wi7
i GREAT -ATTRACTION!
At th Old Itrick Corner,
TUB nifdersigned having bought the Lance
and Extcksivb stock of merchandise, for
merly owned by Robert McMahan in this place,
announces to lb. citizens of this Coaaly and
all; others who wish to avail themselves ol the
privilege of laying in tbeir Seance and Fall
acrTLirS CHtir, that his Store is tbe place.
H iwends keeping always on band a large and
gekerel assortment of -. , . -
.j GOODS OF ALL KINDS j
sMth ai is wanted by tha people ia this region.
Among or unprecedented vanety are
of .' all Kinds, Style, snd Varieties. GROCE
RIES," a large Stock Salt, Fish, Plaster, in
short every thing tt ibet fine, which will be
sold a' less price than any other Merchant
dart Mll. 1 am now and will be celling for
sometime at cost, ad that my present stock may
DB roooceo to rrraae-rom lor my - -
;., r,A li i.,jsij rp.LY.-
aVaT-AU who wish great bargains, sre invited
to call soon and examine my Stock as t!.e goods
are going very fast, and you may not have
another opportunity to secure your goods at
such low figures. "All kinds of
I t COUNTRY PRODUCE f
Wool i and any thing the Farmer has toeeMTr:!!
be taken ia exchange for goods.' -'
ty Dont forget .tho place the old Brick
Corner, East of the McN'ulty House. . -
... ; ' ii .f --w G. W. BAPSFORDvc
. Asblaad, Aog.l6lS54. nl2tf -:
r t - .' Li."
To V estern Merchants.
flilB subscriber would call tbe attention of deal
X-rragencrally to tbeextensive arrangements they
have made fur tbe Importation ana. sale of British,
French, and German Dry Goods.
Having a buyer permanently located in Eu
rope, whoseeutireattention will be gives. to the
selection of Gooda for our sale, we ahall be in ts
oeipt of new and desirable Dress Gooda by each
steamer. Our stock of
t kite Gooda, Hosiery, Shawls b Notions,,
will be found complete.. Also, a large variety
of -black .and colored- 6ilka, -Satins, etc,: Clothe,
Caaaimerea aud Veatinga, Lincna, Orilliuga, ore,
dec. and Tailor'a Triinminga generally. -
Always on hand all leading atyles of Domes'
tic Goods, bieacbed and brown -Cotton,
urmi, . 't'ick, stripes. Denim,
with a choice assortment of Merrimack and Co
checc Prints, Laui-aster Ginghams, die, dec. - -
Tht! Clothing department (under the firm or In
HTvLzadi Co.,will embrace a great variety of
well Made Garments, sucn as cannot lait to give
, We invMe tne attention of caab and short time
buyers. : .... -
ir pwe nsvc also aecureu rno acrvicea oi vv .
S'rROKG. flate of Mansfield. Ohio.l who will
fake great pleasure in showing you through our
stock ; when yoa visit this : market, please favor
kim with call. . . ;. . - .. ; '
- L. v. niLauti or i.u., -TSa.
IS fcaeiTuaa I .ui 11 ann 13Dzv st. S.
January S, 1854. ly.N - ' ""-
H. CHILD3 & CO.,
WHOLESALE SHOE WAREHOUSE,
, 'No's 1 33 ' t- 135, Wood Street,
IS -: PITTSBURG, PENN.,
WOt'LD call the attention ol'Country Mar
chants teotlie immense stock of
BOOTS, SHOES, .HATS, CAPS AXD LEATHER!
Consiaiingof over 4,000 cases Bootsand Shoes
of every variety and style for Ladies', Gentle-
mens', Misses' Boys' and Cbildren s
FALL AND WINTER WEAR,
direct from the Eastern Manufacturers.' ' Hav
ing been purchased at tboioweat possible rates,
principally for CASH, with great caro in the
selection t-t quality onrt sizos saapteti o tne
Western Trade, v.e can offer superior induce
ments to purchasers, as we are determined nut
to be undersold . by any Eastern ar Y estern
HOUSC. ... , i : . ,!. .' t;
Buyers wiilu nd it to their interest to call and
examine our extensive assortment before pur
chasing elsewhere. H. ClIlLDS It CO. ;
August 3d, 1354. " - 3ml4
STATUTES OF OHIO!
In force Jan. 1654. with reference to
prior law, in one large Octavo Voluem:
raoM tub Jonozs or tub oupbbmk cfoit.
T he audcrsigned have examined Swan'a Re
vised Statutes of Ohio, for 1854. Taia volume
contains a compilation of the is ta tales of Ohio
in force on the first of January, 1854. ; Tha de
sign and arrangement of tbe Book are good,
awl carried sal with great oaraaad accuracy;
and we tlunk the work of great utility, aad re
flect much credit upon tbe Compilerand Pub-'
liaher..'. - , ; ' ' ' ' -
v i - - JOHN A. COR WIN, ..
R.P RANNEY, A.G.THURMAN,
T. W. BARTLEY, WM. B. CALDWELL.
The nnderaisned having examined Swan's
Statutes, concur in the above opinion.
. U. O. MURlOfi,
'Diet. Atty. it; S. Court, Dist.af Ohio. '
- - - GEO. W. McCOOK. !
': ' ; " . Atty. Gon. of State of Ohio, i -It
will be found an indispensable hsBd-book
totvory Justice of the Peaco and Constable, as
we I as every Lawyer or public officer'. The
hook will be aent free of charge to any one on
receipt el'$o. - : '- '
Address . r. lt.iiukimuk st vtr.t
Law Booksellers, Mansfield, Ohio.
MarchS2nd, 18o4.r; , , . 44tf
MICHAEL- MILLER presents his regard
to his friends and the public generally,
and respectfully announces that he has opened
a Public House for the .accommodation of the
traveling public, directly opposite the Samp
sell House, Main 8treet, Ashland, where he
wtH ba glad to accommodate all who. may favor
him with a call- Hia table will always be sup
plied with the. luxuries of the season His
parlor, and Bleeping apartment.' ar. large ana
commodious. Good stabling for horses will also
be provided, and alaithlul Hostler. always in
attendance.' - ' r-.j.' w -:
' Boarding for private families or aingloper-
sone can be had at reasonable rates. - ,
In connection with
"the Hotel, he will ah
continue to keep open his BAKERY AND RES-
TiBiNT, where lie will al all unu Keep on
hand .' - . -:- ' ' i
Confectlonarles, pies, Bread, pakes,
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, .in short
every Inxary to be found ou uic tables ot nrst
class eatlne houses. ' " ' '
ty He UTishes it distinctly understood, that no
; IJITOIICATIJIO UUTJOBS
wlU be kept, -either is tho Hotel or faioon
Ashland, March 8tb, 4854. .42 tf. -,
itl A K I Y U 1 1 II A 1 It V V K It..
A t-CEBT.tlN LORD who went Brincely dressed,
Xi. once told Hunpur that Phaafrtaceti was the
soverisueat tbina ou earth for intvard wounda
Well, we do not gainaay that ; -but., we do know
that rrol. 2a. louis Vrarvey-s woieuiateu ncmij'i
For Ctttling; and Waiving the Hair,
is the sovereignest thing oa earth The
prietor, on leavjng France, procured of the c
braied Chemist and Pbyaiologist, Jdona. JAQU
rated Chemist and Pbvaioloaiat. 2d on a. JAGUEM
tbia valuable receine al'an immsaae exvense.
All neraous desirous of havins: tbeir Hair curled
and waive iu beautiful ringlets till tbe latest period
or lire csn have the same lor one dollar, post paia.
This Isb diacoverr wbtch moat peraona nave rea
son todoabu Human ingenuity has sought for
years to perfect a HA IB 1.14U1D that would curl
and waive it. and oue that should combine the
reouisues to xtve toe kair a beautiful natural tint,
aud at the aame time not injure it, - AU former at
tempts have failed. The compounds would cart ths
hair, but they would scorch, burn and turn it toxy
Now. however, the thing has been accomplished
aud the splendid HsirCurlins LiouH which Profa.
M. Louis Carvey ard Byron H. Hukb offer to the
public may be relied upon aa a preparation com
pounded on recently discovered chemical princt
plea, which have received the sanction of the most
eminent professors of tbat science, itgtves toe
hair a soft glossy appearance an J causes it to curl
and waive-in ssch bejiuiiuil ringlets that ths roast
credulous person cannot but admire them,-, it deea
not destroy the vitality of tbe hai', but acts as an
smllient ! does hot irritate or stain the curied
-warms the triamrulaa fibres with their thousand
Inperceptrble branches in a natural activity, and
never I ails of saccess. . it has bcan.beiore tne pud
lie but a few weeks, yet its merits have already
established it. Such ever whelming popularity was
never knowu at any age, of the world before. In
tht western and southern States, it has become tbe
only reliable Hair Corlimr Liquid in use. 1 Tbe re-
ceipe wilt ba sent to any -part of the Unit-d States
by sending ons dollar.
Try Beware of counterfeits All letters should
be directed to . Prof, M. LOUIS GAKVKY, and
BYRON H. KOBB, only,
. .i . :v y.aatMTtx, Trnmbnl Coontv. Ohio.
. Aug, 23 18S4 nlS-Ssa : .
' PEOPLE'S SALOON
ERNST BACHERER respectfully announ
ces to his friends and lovers ol good Irving
nenerallv. that he has made complete re no-
vat ion in hia establishment, one door west of
the MoNulty House, Ashland, Ohio, and will
keep- oonstantly on lianJ during the ensuing' .econd July lat.aiul the third.
summer every luxury - usually found' in thi.1 Snbscrlbois in AshUnd village
market. -"" ;'- '- -. "'.'.;' .
N. B. JTndw afl men,-that n6 intoxicating
liquorwiii be kept tn my establishment,
Ashland, March th,1854.' .4 tt;
CRY MhhSt:! NE ! '
- HAIL, ALL HAIL, THE GREAT ARRIVAL OP NEW- : t
mu, mb mitre mm
" 1 T. C.' BUSHNELL
RESPECTFULLY begs leave to make his bnw again ta tbo, goods-baying public, and an
nosnces that he has jmt received the largest, cheapest snd oraf selected . .. .; ... ... - '
STOCK OF Mil A1B WIHTEIl flOOBI,
that haa or will ba brought to Ashland this fall.'. This he stiitesas a fact, and challenges a com
parison. ' It excells all his former purchases, snd is bonnd to be the ' - i .......
A large portion or the slock will be sold THIRTY-THREE PER CENT CHEAPER than the
same Goods have ever been sold ia this market before. r-.i- ' . ' ';
In this department we have concentrated all onr taste aad energy, to p roc tue an assort :'BBt
of DRESS GOODS worthy the attention and Co mendatioa of tbe ' better-half "of t.eition.
The extraordinary ron which has mide upon this stock since its arrival, speaks more for the
assortment and cheapness of the Goods, than anything we ean say. We have in he Tin of
DRESS GOODS, Morenoes and Paramelbas, from 23 cts. to $1,00 per yard ; plitia; nil-wool
Delaines, of evry color, Irom 33 to 50 cts. per yard , Muslin Delaines, latest styles, at prices
from 20 to 33 percent, -below last year's prices ; a large asaot tmeut ol all-wool Moreno, Par
aiii?tba, and French Plaids from 37 to 87 cts. per yard i an extensive assortment Of fig
ured, ehncgetoJ?-ud plain black silks, at much less prices th.tn they have ever bee a sold in
this market ; Auction prices not excepted ; a complete assortment of! Velvet and G-tlloon Dress
Trimminga ; a great variety of Embroideries G'oreS, Hosiery, Ribbons, ttc.'. Of Bonnets, we
havoSilk Velvet, Silk, Batia and English Straws of all kinds and qlialitie. A to"1--1 ) .
Our stock cannot be excelled either in quality or price. In short, ladiw ,w have never pre
sented a finer aaaorimcitt to the public, and oariteatly invite your atlenttou to it.
; gentlemensIdepartment I V-;
We have also endeavored to meet tba wants of the " Lords of Creation,' larg. and small
in every respect. We have a large assortment of English, French and American Broadcloths,
Casaimeres, tiattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Vestings READY-MADE CLOTUIMG ! . .:"'."
A ianre assortment of HATS and CAPS of the latest styles, and will sell -them at prices
unusually low. Also, a good assortment or BOOTS aud SHOES, TAILOR'S TRIMItiGS,
&c, &c. Gentlemen give na a call before pure hising elsewhere. -. . . t
We have also a splendid assortment of QUEENS IV A RE aud CROCKERY, HARDWARE,
GROCERIES, Yankee Notions. . " ' '' ' " ' '.
kc, 4c. - Men and Women of Ashlnhd county, this matnonth stock of Goods must be sold, and
you that wish gieat hargiana mast call soon. We don't uak yea to believe our say so about it,
but call and see fur jourselves, and you will find that " lo ! the half has not been told yoa,! "
The Emporium is now crowded every day in the week, and more are turned empty away.
Come one, come all. BafAII kinds of PRODUCE taken in exchange for Gooda, t the highest
market price. Ashland, October 4, lS64---19tf ' ;
THE JEWS AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS !
t ; r Another immense arrival of ; " :. :': ;
Apple's Philadelphia Clothing and Furnishing , Depot ! !
THE proprietors of this extensive ealablishment beg leve to announce to the public that
they are now receiving at their old stand ra Ashland, the largest and best selected stock of
which they or any body else have ever brought to
is piled full of Goods. We can new supply half
smallest the shortest and tallest the thickest
or naked humanity that stands in need of onr friendly aid. We can sell Overcoats at from $4
to (18; Dress Coats at from $6 to $25; Vests at from 7 j cts. to $ 10 j Pantaloons at from $1, -25
to $10. We have every description of clothing from tbe coarsest domestic fabrics to the
nest brodcloths, and satins. : Our slock ot
consisting of Shirts, Col lars, Cravats, Wrappers,
large. The yublic will also bear in mind that
to order, on the shortest notice. We have a large
and our " Crook ". ia acknowledged to ba one
have a full aasortinont of cloths on hand, which
public cannot tail to be satisfied. Let it b. distinctly understood thnt we
and challenge a comparison either in beaoty or
ment ore cheapness in price. We do business upon the principle that a nimble sixpeose is
better than a stow shilling." and, consequently can sell eur goods st CASH PRICES, which
our competitors cannot afford to do. "" Store opposite Skilliag fk Burns', and next door to
Wallack at Coffin, Ashland, Ohio.
As Might be Expected,
J. WASSON & STUBBS'
STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THE FALL AND WLNTEK TRADE IS NOW
rpiIANKFUL for ths past liberal patronage of
1 a gtneroua community, the subscribers
would again invite attention to tneir present
BOOTS es SXCOKSI
consisting in part of Mens' Thick Kip aad Calf
Boot and. Shoes, Horn Med and Eastern. Also
Boys' Youths' and Chtldrens' Boots and Shoes ot
a better quality than they have ever seen in
tbia market. Also, '
Mens' Boys' and Childrens' Shoes and Gaiters
of various styles and patterns, both fancy and
plain, which are of good quality. , ;--
The Ladies' and Misses Department !
of SHOES, BOOTEES and GAITERS ol all de
sirable styles and patterns are abundant, and as
to material and workmanship, we tnvae com
parison with any other work in this mnrkeu...
P. s. In connection -witn tne anoveftocx,
we have on hand a fine Stock of -Trsuaka,
Travlinsr Rasrn, JI.xt. and
. . llOV ' ClH.
andi laKre ihpply of PARLOUR, DINING an i
JtlTCHKN ghaimp trrat we- warrant- to i
well mada and of eood material. All or tn
abevj wa are new selling nt very law fricts te
suit the times for READY-PAY. we say to al
that it will pay yoa well to examine onr Stock
before Durchasinsr elsewhere. Mark well the
place, jtmt opposite T. C. Bushnell'.Dry Goods
Store, and. one door west of the New Bank
Building'. ' '
1, - L- J.' WASSUW OZ BIUBB?.
Ashland, Sept. 27, 1854.: ; . , I8tl . .
DAGUER RE AN GALLERY!
THE pub'ie nro hereby notified, that the
andersigned his opened a. splendid Da-
guerrenn Gallery, over tne store oij.n. rtqunro,
Aahland, Ohio, and respectfully solicit dhe
oatronaee of the public. In addition to the
nsnal appendagea of a Picture Gallery, tbe
subscriber baa added a ; ... . :
wmcn poors aown a hooo oi ncui upon nn per
, . , , , , . ,
-n setting, thereby enabling the operator to
take good pictnres at abort siitiuga J DO aeo -
cnber underslands all the new and o d pro-
ceases perfectly, .and has no hesitation in say -
tag that he Ca give aa good satisiacuoo a. j
operator in this section ol country... bpecimei.s
can lie seen bv callinir at the rooms. Hours
for operating from' 8 o'clock, A. M., to 4 o'- '
cieck.P. M. l'ictares taKcn in ciouay as wen
aa clear weather. - V. K1NNAMAN.
Ashland, Sept. mb, 1854. 16tf
iBROCEBlKM, CONFECTION AMIES,
' SlilSlCAL INSTltUMENrSi
HOriUMI, ekc.s Vc. .
:, ; ,E. B ACHERER,
INFORMS hia nuraerona customers that he
has just received a large stock of all kinds
ol Groceries, and Conlectionaries ; a splendid
variety of Toys and Notions of all kinds,
'. Musical Instruments, fcci, &c
Via his SALOON he baa made arraagmenta for
a constat t supply of Baltimore and New Haven
OYSTERS, Game or all kinds , Sardines, Pick
led Meats and the delicacies of the season.
Lunch served at all hours on too shortest no
tice.. Constantly on hand a variety ef Temper
: Thankful for past patronage, he is determin
ed to spare neither paius or expense in. eater-
. . i- . i i r i . t
inn ror tne wants oi moss woo itivor uiiu wun
Ashland, Oct. 4th,' 1854. n!9tf '
Office Franklin A WarrenB.R, Cei
Fi.silii. Portage co.. Ohio. Sept. 90 1833. i
r'. M.r-&rauJT! I A X a meeting of the Uirec-
CTWin. tor of tbe P. dc W. K.
H. l'o.. held June II. 1853. the following assess
ments upon Stock subscriptions were made, vitt
Ten perceut. payable July 1st, 1653, and an assess.
meet ol ten per oent. at the end of each succeed
ing sixty days, until the whole .amount is paid.
Three Instalmcnta are therefore now due. to wit:
Tko first when subscribed, (by the charter.) the
aiui tne iniru. August 3lal,
Ashland Vlllaee aud countv are
Tespect'ully requested to Immediately pay all
SSrSS a. the Ban kinT Honae "Vf Lu'theV ri
fc Co., Ashland urtless called uponbyth? Collac-
j bar. JOjttVjW. TYLaKa Bee.
Ashland county. Their spacious store room
of the count). We can fit tho largest and
and thinest the fattest and leanest-specimen
. .. - . , -
Drawers, Handkerchief, Sec,. i unusually
we are hropared to do " - . ,
number of finished workmen in ear employ.
ot the best, it not toe beat, in town.. - As we
can be had at tbe purchaser's own prices: the
quality of gooda, axtcnaivanesa af the assort-
Oct. 4th, lS-rlStf
BOOTS AND;SH0lS, '
(NEXT DOOR TO THE POST, OFFICII.)
fTiHR rubscriber would say to the public that
ne nas on nana tne largest tioca oi .
BOOTS AND SHOES !
ia Ashland Connty, embracing every variety of
style and size, from the most tiny infant ap to
the greatest giant's foot in tha land. Also,
Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, Eats, CajiR,
and Findings, Lining, Binding, and Morocco
Skins, Pegs, Thread. Lasts, Boot Trees, French
Whella, etc.: Spanish Sole. Leather,' Harness,
Upper Calf, aad Kipakia Leather, Oak Tan,
Sole, etc., ail of which is offering for sale at
prices to suit the times. ' t hankful to a gener
ous public lor the very laige and liberal pa
tronage hitherto, received, a continuance, ol
the aame ia solicited from hia numerous old and
new customers and friends.'
. The subscriber coatinaes the Tanning busi
ness at bis old stand, where any quantity ,of
Hides will be purchased, and Leather con:
staully pa band aud for sale , .- r " '
- ' WILLIAM' WASSON.
: Aehlssd, Nov. I, 1954."' - i" i.1 3m23 &
HAVE A HAT,;SIR
waaaasaaaa ', " . -. " . A- -
NOW ABBIVING AT TBE t
ASHLAND HAT STOKE
I N immense assortment of uew
J, and fashionable -'
. HATS AND CAPS!"
for the summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, cau-
sist-ing of a large variety of . .
SILK HATS1. ;-
from' $2 to S3; Kossuth Hats from 60 els. te
62.50 : Marvar Hat., from $1 te 3 1 Otte
Hats, from $2 o $3,50; a large asaortznent of
FA NANA HA IS! - - . I
considered the most tasty, comfortable and do
able Bumme Hatr now- in use, from $2 to $3
50 Leghorn, from 7o to $1,25;. Beaver. HoU
from $3,50 to $5.. Alsoacomplete assortment
CHIP - AND STRAW tJATS! -'
Also, an endless variety of Men's and Boy's
clotband velvet ---'
IT.TAtT?x II ITS I .
I , . - . w u.utTiuib as ra a V ...!
I J .tl Lt.j r rL:i.i , ir... T ..l K.
- 1 . ... . . -.-.,- ,i, ..t,r.
l BHU sol LUUI ui iiuiiur.u-1 .. A. " J
I . k jt ,aroitted on all bands to be the
; , ,t be,t .elected stock ol hats, erer
; AMand County. The aubscribcr
, " ttaM reqoe the public to call and
, exa-mine hj. flaf.k whether" the, bny or not.
t r ...., ; . v
. r SHEEP PELTS l r J
The subscriber will pay cash for any quanti
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered at his Store, op
posite the r ranlin House, ana one aoor cast
of the Post Office, Ashland, Ohio.
Ashlsnd, April 19th, 1854, . . , n48tf ,-
IJL, A MOS LEWIS wisbes it deaUncUy
77- m. understood that he has not quit the
iverv buesiness. and that ha has lost made ouite
a edition to his Stable in the the articles .of Bug.
gies and 2:40 horses.
tils staple is now aept immeaisieij D.si vi
theSampsel House.' Customers can always find
some person to attend to them either at the Sta
ble or Lbs Saiupael House. Passengers carried irom
Ashland in any direction, at moderate rates.
May 17. 1854. ' SStf,
rpBArHBRS will take notice, that Ibera will be
X four Quarterly Examinations aa follows ; ' "
The first on tbe second Saturday In January, at
Aablaml. Theaecoudou the first Saturday in April
st Savannah. Thexbird on the accond Saturday in
in July at Uayeaville. And tbe fourth on the first
Saturday in October at Jsromsvtlle.
Tbe re will also be five Special Examinations as
follows: The first on the second Saturday of March
ta Ashland. Tba second on the third Saturday ot
April at aowsonrg.-. t ne taird on tbe second Sat
urday in May at Sullivan.- The fourth on the sec
ond Saturday of September at Hayesville. And the
fifth on the third Saturday of October at Savannah
, By order of tbe Board, . ,
G. w; HILL, '."
Ashland. Opt. 85th, 1iS4. .. . .... ggly -
' ( SUCCESSOR TO W. H. H. POTTER,) .
tU.1.. Sm BUk.. SfaflAn.,.. tPMll
I'm per, Ace., Acc. v.
OCHOOLiJdijeeJaneous and. Blank Books;
IC) Stationery and Fancy articlee- He oo
hand, and constantly receiving, the latest pub-
licasjons.v Store two doors west of the Samp,
' v$tora4wi door, -w.., of the Samp,
soil House. K,-.t.:.,M
- AakUad, July , 1864. !Hf . .,
Jb a. Fl
WHAT EVi-Rf WOMAN 'SHOULD JCNOW.
-)- sknpehslahertiis4frirnhf ln'pMr.'nckly,
dsbiutsted condition orCeslth, making saistenee a bartlaa
to herself and a source ot painful anxiety to ber retaUves
and friends, and perhaps, (horrible reflection I) cntaiUna;
and Inflicting her own maladies and Batterings upon her
ebildren, taatrt-is asr flat-to undent nd .hy sod frees
what cause Lev snsjsrlnga arias, sha t srsssTy and relief
saay, while jrst there ts tune, be avaJUsI ot, lbs eaasas be
avoided ba future, and her health restored, that aha stay
ba flue. Mr mm dottes and capable af ths enjoyments ef
Ufa. ' .t.;inl.f:ti stJjfatti :'
every woman iook at thsssaaclesed nana, tbe death
Sks complexion, the deep-burled, Uaatrtleae sys, tba snna
ce cheek, the gloomy and depressed spirits, the shattered
nerves, Ul .prostrate antf helpless eondltton ef saany
wife, mother, dauchUr,- saaar; It as berssir Included,
witliln her own circle, whose days are dsyraf agony, and
ask herself, Host this conUnnef Must' this bar Is
mere no remedy T ' rJoretleft2 NobprT"
- Tbe remedy to by knowing the causes snd avoiding
them, and knsvring to remedies sad bsaefllrag by ttwsa.
These are pointed out la , ,
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE : JLEDICAX' COMPANION,"
" BY BR. A. M.' MADRICEAU'
- - rzotaasoa or nnaisBS or aosocB, j. . , -Onsumdrtd(X
ZWrfff. (500,000). 19mopp. XS0,
' o rots rarsa, bxtbs smuisui $1 ft.
Every eoeaplsJnt to vrhteh a woman Is subject, frnrr v-i.
bood to womanhood, aa also aa vrife and as noth
ly descrllted, with the cansel, the symptoais, and -per
mode of treatment, in a plain, aunpl, but In tu ,
chute language, easily understood. And thas every wo
man ean discover, by comparing her own symptoms with '
those described, the natare, chsraeter, and causes ef her
eomnlainti and be snarts mrh .nvt.1. na nffMt..
Ths wife about becoaiing a sMtner has .Rent need ef
Ins traction and advice of the utmost knportanee to her
fntars health, m respect lo which her sensltiveneaa'tor
blds consoHing a saediesl gentleman, will iod neb. tn-
traction snd advice, and auto explain many symptoms
which otherwise weald occasion anxiety or alarm.
How many are suffering froaa ctbstraotlaqsssr brregnlart-
tles peculiar to the female system, which undermine the
hesltb,-the 'affects of which they are lgnorsnt, and for
which their delicacy forbids seeking medical sdvicet Hovf
many suffer from prohipsns uteri (falling of ths womb),
or from Jtnor oms (weakness, debDjty, o.)t Howaoazxy
sre In constant agony for aaany month preceding oonans
mentf 'How many have difficult, tf not dangerous deliv
eries, and Stow' and nneertatn recover loaf' Some-who.
Uses ard hasaated during snoh tliasy wiB each nnd ba H
pages the means of prevention, amelioration and renaf.
HdW many bitter moments, how much anguish, might
have been spared to tbe sufferer, to her linjiband, to her
relatives, by tbe timely pessessloa ef tills IMtla vebana.
It is laaprartleahlats convey fully the vartoes snMects
treated of, aa they are of a nature strictly intended, for
the married, or those contemplating marriage. ' . , 1
Bat an oosband, wife ar mother are exeoaaUsIf they
still eontlnne In -ignorance of those pbystahigteal laws, by
the knowledge of which their own health snd happiness,
ss also the future well-being of their children, are secured.
"IB MAeUOKD -WOMAN'S PRIVATE ' MEDICAL
COMPANION " la standard work of establishes tabula
tion, found elsssed in the catalogues of the great trade
sales jn New York, Philadelphia, and otlter cities, and
sold by all tbe principal booksellers In the United Stales.
It iras.Ant published in 1817, since wlticb tmw -
. ITYB jnrHDBED TH0TJ8ANB COPtafT'l
have bean sold, of wfcleb there were upwards of -r '- -
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BT Kill.
attesting the high estimation la whiah It ta held aV a relia
ble popular Medical . ; .. , ; .; f .
BOOK FOR EVERY , FEMALE
ths author having devoted his exclusive attennoa rathe
treatment of complaints peculiar to females, In respect ts
srhlob ha is yearly consulted by thousands. '
la ooneeqoenoe of the Bnlversal popularify eftltewarx.
aa evidenced by Its extraordinary sale, various fasiosi
tions have been attempted "by Imitations of tltfr-page, spa
rlons editions, snd surreptitious mfringements of copy
right, as weg upon booksaUers as npoa ths public; It haa
ma lound neceasary. therefore, to t-v- 'i-.-'J(
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to bay no book nnless the words Dr. A. M, tUtTsjCaus,
lxf Liberty street, N. Y., are oa tbe ntlv-page, and Lhe
entry in the Clerk's OfBce on the back of the title-page ;
and buy only af respectable aad honorable dealers, or
send by mail, and address to Dr. A. H, Haarieeaa. -
17 Upon receipt of One Dollar "TEX MAR
RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL C0MPAN
I0H" is ant (moiled res) to any part of the United
States, the Cajiadaa and British Provincea. All
letters must be postpaid, and addressed to Dr. A. K.
KATJRICEA0, Box 1224, New York City. Pnb
fijlunw Office, Ho. 129 Liberty Btraet, Hew York.
AGEKTS.-K. K. Newman. Korwalk.O.t W. B.
Earl, Massiilon, O.; A. Hinckman, Salem ; John
Kaxtoa, Canton ; 11. Lamb, Findlay.O.; Geo. Hall.
Ashtabula, u ; Johu reruns,. Atheua; iaarv
i , Akt
rittutatj, . . .
October lih, IBM. V -omai ::
SALE Of HEAL ESTATF.
ajr tT ataa. MLa f MS Jgj rn.fL.JH aa.
Idai'r of Es-l . . . ut'.i
nas Bradea, I ., ;. - . ,; f
n.et. al. : J --'- '- -
Isaae Galea, Adm'r of Es-
tte ol Thomas
" t tr:
I iV virtue ef an , order .of sale Msoed from
I3 the Probate Court ia and for the county of
Asblaad in the above case, and to me directed,
I will expose to Sale, on the premises, on t
Saturday, the th day of November,
1S54, at' two o'clock, P. M., of. said day, tha
following described real estate, situate and be -
tng tn the County ol Ashland aad State ol Clino,
to wit: being a part of tba sooth east quarter
of section sixteen (16,) township twenty-four
(44,) and of rang, seventeen (17,) commencing
at a atone on the south liner of sadi qaarter
thence north two degrees (2deg,) weatsaveaty-
one and aeventeuths (71 7-10) rods to a stone
on- the west line oi Andrew uurn'a. tana
thence west lourteen 114 rods to astone,toenca
north three degrees (3deg) west sixty-one and
eight tenths (61 8-10) rods to a stoae-thance
sixty-four"; and- one-halt (64U degrees, west
Seventy and peven-tentns ( iv i-iu) too to a
stoaeun the west line of the quarter thento
ssuth three degrees awl rddegj one:handretl
and seven rods to the aQU'b west corner of the
quarter; rhence east on the south line of the
quarter seveuty-nine and one -half 79) rodetot
thd! plaeo ot pegmaing-r-coniaining sita-aiatrt
acres and three, foods ot'land. Also, tbe otillT
east quarter of section twenty-one .81 J' towa-sfrip-'twemy-lonr
(24) and of range seventeen
ttlj an tire particularly docribod aa followa,'ui
iKii . ,ttutiii.H(,iua .,-...
the quarter; thence south-on the east Jute of
the quarter, one htindreif and sixty-two ahd
eight tenths MS2 B-10) rods to the sootbeaat
curaer ol'- tlte quarter; theace west ow the
south line ol the quarterj one hundred and fifty-eight
and foor. tenths 158 4-10) tods to ihee
sootit-wrst oorner of the quarter ; thence norths
oa. the west line of the quarter one haadredt
and fifty-Bine and eight tenths rods to the north
west corner of the qr.; thence eason the north
line of the quarter One hundred and fifty-eight
and four-tenth rod.: fl6oV4 10 to the "north
eaat corner of he quarter to the place of be
ginning, containing one hundred and 6fty-nine
a ores, two roods and twenty rods of laud (barr
ing aud excepting out of this quarter sixty aix
acres, one rood snd thirteen rods of land oft
ue suniia nun .a.saia u uu t ,a i tM wuiuat sat -tsvai
tamed the wmows dower, ana a part.ct tn.
north westqnnrterot section twenty one, to-w ib-
ship twenty four and of range seventeen aJ
bounded as follows, to wit : beginning oa tha
east boundary- tine forty .' rod north from tha
south east corner ot said quarter, tneace along
said boundary liue i'oity rods north to a post
thence west sixty rods to a post thence south
furty rods thence east sixty rods to tbe piaee-ot"
beginning, containing filteon acre ( saving anoV
excepting ten acres out. of this tract which had
beeu previously sold ana conveyed to one noo
ert McCrory. ' . :. . .i
, Terms ol Sale : One third caab, one", third
in oue ear, and the residue ia two yeura with
interent, Irom the day of sale; back payment
to be secured by mortgage on the premises. ;
Ashland, Oct. 4, 1864.-. ; ; . , al9 6w :Tf
"GREAT EXCITEMENT ! !
BCTXEUY SIX AHEAD;
rrtHE undersigned begs leave to inform the ' crtl
J. teas of -Aahland, and tbe surrouudiog coouty,
that he haa Just received at his Stove and Tin ware
establishment in Ashland, a LARGK ASD SPLBN
Dlln assortment of the best and moat Improvotl.
such aa PARLOR, COOKING AND BOX STOVBSV
which he will sell at very few rates. And also, a
great variety of COPPKRV BRASS, TIN and JA
PAND WARE, " '. . r ,
dope on ths shortest nottcs. , , ':. ,-
N.B. Old Brass. Copper and Pewter taken fnr
exchange fur ware. . B. BUTTERY.
August. S3. 1845.- . h f. . . ;i '.WlJi'ja
Hew Cabinet .7arerobiii
THE - sabscriber"- respectfolly " announces
that be hie permanently located himself
in the town of Orange, Ashland connty, Ohio,
where he is prepared to manufacture all k)Bs
ef Cabinet Ware, Bach as - t;' -
SOFAS, DIVANS WASH STANDS,
Dining Table. Centre Tublet, "
to order, on too aiiortest nonce anu n rea
aonablo terms. Particular attention given, to
j. UNDERTAKING BTjSTNESSI
I : Country Produce Uikea ia exchuugefoc wurk,
fand Cash always, acceptable.
;tw..v - a. - ' JOHN WILL";
'J. Orange, April 4, 1S54