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!tn C Be fore a jjaab, wtite.at'. :.
aM-'; r is y The night-who first we mat j ; :-. ;
t oi -With) a Aauoi pai, of whisker
A"a tjtr ViS '."t'
ati--, air 4. - Jtvwtuiam,,!, :
His voice the manly tone,
- .DPi gertte-man- f eighty thousand 1 ,
a ;- : t. '.. bint bat .none, nd.j --..-i ;
Melhink Imbiniow, -'
t' Witb'm very ffaab jaiU;d-at, 1IiV'"'iw 1
'"..' Aad a beaver, on hie brew. ,'. ,,.,-..
- And once ague I aaw that brow.
No seat chapeae wa there- - ' ' '"'
! .af ajhaekag bad one wa hi baST
A ad. Butted war hia hair.' r f "TT'TfJ
" He wore ;.biick'. within that hat,
The change waa aii compete,
. And he wa flanked by contab)Bj
, , Who. marched him', op the street.
' I aaw.him but a mo-Beat, yet , v .,i
Meta-inka I e him aow,
Charged by those worthy officer, ':
With kicking np a row. , :
r. W always can make tip a readable
Icolnmn from the JDeseret ' ttewst which
comes in packages once a month. ;
The September package has less news
-than usual; bat we clip some items."
. .-. Tho . News .of Out 5th r September,
' says: :'"'-- ' - - ' ' "
- Oh the 4th inst. Governor Young re
" turned froin . an . official visi t to a largo
. number of Snakes, who Lave previously
-; sent a deputation of chiefs and braves,
-'with a request for an interview: with the
, ., Superintendent of.Xndian Affairs, .to be
held five miles north of Ogden; City,
- where they bad assem bled for'hal pur-
Seven chiefs were nreaent with nearlv
all their bands, and after' a mutually
gratifying talk,' the Superintendent dis-
. tributeda few annroDriite orcaenta. bnt.
throurh lack of means, not ad mtnv oa
were strictly deserved., ' . .
;:;r ,The Indiarissaid they felt well, desired
a continuation of peace, and professed to
beDerfectlv friendly: except ;when im-
nosed imon hv a few unwise nasRinc emi-
. 'Atrtntai TV ' ? ' i . i : ' J t ' . ' ! ; '-i
-r An anfortanate occurence ' of this
kind transpired this season, on the north
; rn rSnte to tJalifbrnia. Some emigrants
' 'Htole hdrdes frb'rn "the , Snakers,s'8,nd
they turn, in accordance with all Indian
usage, stole horses remthe emigratits.
-iIt is mnch regretted that ' no facilities
' j have yet ' been offorded' tor the eifeetual
prevention of such-outrages, as they have
rlife aaiDf'peac5il: relationa withGthe
uRa.Uves, and to- hedge np the way f the
passing traveler: '' i,'-i i
. "7-'President Bridgham , Young must
be a spirit' rapper if we are to . believe
3.;statenient V; ito. how ' he gained
wealth, x In a lecture at the Tabernacle
;;he said : ' .it:: X',7',. j'n.'.-Ti
-11 Thonsands of'doiraVa wprth of proper
ty in h6rrse3;1i5dland which the"lj6rd
gave me, ' aro ' Tiow in Ttne Jkast, in
. the hands of our enemies.' ' I never said
they wero mine; they were the Lord's,
and I was one of his stewards. When
- I went to" Kirtloiid I had not coaTin
the world, forf previoos to this I had
f'ren away everything I possessed, that
might be free to go forth, aud proclaim
the plan of salvation to the inhabitants
of the earth. Neither had I a. shoe, to
: my feet and) 1 had to borrow, 'a pairof
pants and pair of boots. Ista'id there
five years and accumulated five tlious&ud
dollars. 'Ho'w do you think .1 acoom-
' pliahed this.t V-LWhy, the Lord Almighty
cave me- those means. I have often had
: that done as well as I know that I am
standing before yoa -to-day,-. that I have
--had money put into ray trunk, 'and into
my" pocket without the instrumentality
. of any man. , This I know to a certainty,
' -: So to with President" Kimball, who
. aays ; a --ivi--i--
,'As for my going into the immediate
presence of trod when I die, I do not
expect it, but I expect to go into the
world of spirits, and associate with my
HretnreD, and preach, the, gospel in the
- epiritual-world,-and prepare myself in
1 every necessary way to receive my body
"lagain, "and then enter through tho vail
. into the celastial wprldi -.. I- never shall
come intrv the rTreserjee"of mv - Pathr-.r
: and God, until I have received '.! my re-
. sorrected body, neither . will any other
person; and I doubt wheather nil those
" who profess to be saints', will, ever be
" gathered with the. just in i the spiritual
worldj but they will be left where they
attain to." "The rightedui aire to'gather
. ed to th3 spirit world to prepare for the
' resurrection of tjieir bodies. -
'. ''. .TVs fiaveseen it stated that the proper
ty of a mala Mormon, at death, goes to
: the church, not penny being reserved
- for his harem of wives eveti, or for his
children. -' President . Heber : Kirn hall,
in a discpurse, is reported as follows :
Do you -suppose I am afraid of the
1 , - '-T Tl ' it" I J ?1 I
hia servants, nor with his commandmente.
All that I have-to do with is the Saints,
I belong. to the Kingdom of God' with
my family, and everything L. possess on
earth-, and I devote all I have to him,
and to his cause, it is all ' tt the service
' of this church and people. '. I have said
it to iny family, and I say it now,
when I have finished 'my course pertain-
' ing to the flesh, I am going to deed all
my property to the Church; my J wives,
my children, shall" not have it to quarrel
about ; but I will deed it all to the
Church, and the. church, shall dictate
- them from this time henceforth and for
ever. , '. -;. .- . : '-- - -l.-i.- '
It has been asserted that sonve of the
Mnrmnn f wnmflrrbfilievefl in tha homelv
mnrmnn women ueiieveu in uib iioiuei v i
,r ..ivvvx, ' mnM e. h
-gander,' and hericea plurality of husbands
should ;P9.allow$dTheifoywwing re
proof from President Kimball-' shows
'-that the'' strong-minded womenF are as
serting the rights among - the Mormons,
and demand a- plurality - of husbands.
iTIii President 'thai akes Mown" the
The are some ladies who are not hap- j
py ir their present situations ; but that
women who cannot be-' happy with one
''man, cannot be .,' happy ' with,' , two, and I
A man ; that,', jb , not happy with-. one
trife. cannot be with two, even ' though
they are good women. Yoa know all 1
-women are good, or ought to te. xney
wre made for aa angelio being, and x
OTmlri lu clad to see them act more an-
t gelioin their behavior. You are madetbers at the .' present time two hundreJ
vflore angelio, and a; little weaker than I
maq.' i Mill IS iliade of roil rrher ninteria!-
: to open the way," cut down bushes, and
kill the snakes, that woman may walk
along throagh. Tife,Tand iiot soil and tear
then fnyrT. y ben yot ee f wrun
witk ragged Bkits, you i may know alia
weats'-die UDnientiouable; foV sbeia':
aoins tne rua.i s business, ana u;imot time
to cut off the rams that aye hajigiucajr-iuniLl-
1. if: t. - i.s :...,. t.-..xu.ic -: . f
may krrow what women wears her -bus-"
bands pants.: --.
According to MormqiiSsu'Ui oplo-
of - the Uiiiou must look jfat for a castiga-
tton "about 1 these d a js.""" President
i Gtanx' la apeaking1 of the sheddine of
the blood of Joe, S.wiTU, ayd the. consc-
rjuenccs to flow therefrom, says : J
It is do matter how moch ibey deal
in compromise inoasuers, or bow- -bneu
they try to adjust diiScuIties that tbick-
en around theia . itaa a atera fapt tbatlThe floors should be sprinkled with ash
the people of ' the -Uuited States -liar
hedthe blood of the - Prophets, - driven
out the Saints of God.rejected the Priest
hood, and set at nought the holy gospel;
and the result of rejecting the gospel has
been in every, age, a visitation from the
chastening . Land of the Almighty
which chastisement will be administered
in ' proportion to ' the' magnitude ' aud
enormity" of their crimes.
Consequently, I look for the Lord to
use his whip on the refractory son called
"Uncle Sam,v I expect to see him chas
tised among the first of the nations.'.".' I
think Uncle Sam is one. of the. Lord's
boys that he -will take- the rod to ' first,
and make him dance nimbly ' to his own
tune of" Oh J Oh!!" for his transgressions,
for his high-mindedness, and loftiness
for his evil, for rejecting the gospel and
causing the earth, to drink ' the blood of
the Saints; for thisj I say, I expect he
will be well switched among th first ef
the sons. - s . ,.Z' 7
expect John' Bull. will get the next
whipping; and-1 have no idea of the Lord
whipping Russia and' 'lstting those re
fractory' sons ' escape "'.who.-' are better
taught who have-had-a kind Father
teaching tbefid-fnsruc'.tiiig.tb em, by-
the voice of his elders; sending prophets.
to warn them late, and early, .invitine
tnem By ine voice 01 bis opirit cryinir
unto theriin6rrepfj lit- W ' heir ' $ins tUl,
tur .-nt Q J?"P; ti jsay, A tQ ;. nof expect
he will pass by these refractory sons
who have turned a deaf ear to all his m
8tructions, ..maltreatins Us mefsscntrers.
1 and whip- those boys who nave' not beet.5
so well mstructcc1, . -
It appears that President Kimball
was cursed with rich relations,, and .lias
cause to remember them. If -any of
these relations ifirel hereabouts, they can
see what is in store for them. - He eviden t
ty xtimKs tnai unless ine aevu gets Lis
rich relations there is no use in having
jBein purified ,by: fire. as
President Kimball prophesies, is rather
a severe 'business. IIe":8ays : - - -'
Ton have often heard irie speak,about
my kindred. Many "wish tp .rctura to.
the old countries to briKg-but thefr.kin-'
dred, their, sons, -and their'"danghters,
their fathers and their mothers. " Why
would I not go back for mine ? Because
they would abuse me, as they always
hare. When I was'poor,- and penniless
and so thinly clad that? joii might ' we'll 1
say I had the'ijesV 'for .my face andl
body looked blue, I "went to tny friends,
who are all independently rich, and said,
1 m Po", and penniless, and naked, and
1 ain sent forth as a scryant of iGpd t6
the nations of the" earth will you. give
,ae some clothing, or a little "tnoticy ? I
aQd not one soulpf them would help xne
to asinglffnriS,';.'. V..: A . J J I
-Doyousappbsal guall runaOeMliem ?
No.-WilFibey t avo?' .eV'they.
fill, Dut they will be saved,' as L .nave
told you many of this people will. tuoy
Jrfll &nt go to. hell, and .remain ;bere
until the corruption with which thev are.
impregnated is burnt out i sand the day-.
will yet come, when they -wili-come to
mei and acknowledge . me as their savior
aDi I w'll redeem them, and bring , theni
forth from hell to where I live, and maki
& 1 a- a 1 . . -11 1 -- . :
-T, - . ' f J w.uf re quite
willing to enter In to my, service. .,
The prevalence of Polygamy has rath
er stimalated, male -migration." to the
Great Salt Lake Cit-, but as' sorae em
barrassmenta aro thrown in the- way: of
outsiders in. gaming access " to"'lhe ' faif
daughters of the City,-Bo following
question is asked in the iVsrw TT
Mil. "Editor ' A'
Can a gentleman 'of 'good "reputation
and character, ddt of yourfreligious creed
premitted to ' assocrate ' with" your
females an., enjoy ..the chit-chat -and
sociabilityi with thetn that are asuat; in
the circles of what jnay bo termed good
and . genteel society -in thej-iworld-'at
large? " ,?..'..- " '
By. the ans wer to thia question -it ap
pears that he: services of a-, brother - to
entitle him-to: the privilege 'of wives
without number, is. morel 3vre than
that impossed on ' Jacob;6f old. It is
right to. infer . that loyus . saints have
come in, . and, simultaneously . embraced
Mormonism and "a plurality of wives;
hence the necessity of a severe" courso
of..discipline to ;PntUlV the" faithful, to
the joys of polygamy. - Jlere tHs laid
down in the answer to the . above Tas fol-
lows: -' ' ' ' '
"If .'gentleman' wishes' "to; associate
with our females, let him recent and bo
Dapcizea iot tno remlsjHm-t his sins.
Bat this alone will not insure him suc
cess, for many have submitted themselves
to the ordinance. , of baptism and . have
added damnation to themselves by hy
pocritically bowing to certain rites .'and
ceremonies with motives other -than to
glorify God and save themselves frqmt his
untoward generation, ' .' Let tiese gentle-l
men go forth and preach -the-gospel - to
the' nations like the Mormon Elders
withons "purse or scrip." 4( Let 'theni be
xaobbecT, . tarred", "and feathered,' -and
whipped a few time for.;, Chrisfs 'sakei
not for tl
not for their own follies; and return after
a few years labors, (ileariq conscience,
pure in. heart Ciod Unspotted from the
world 'J If they Cab do' these things, and
endure they may begin, to associate with
our females,'- Jnd seek ' among: them a
companion and partner for the life that
now is and . that which is to 'come.'r
-'A Good Ueason, -There was1 once-a
clergyman in New Hampshirfe noted for
long sermons and indolent habits. '"How
is it, said a man to his neighbor "tha.
Parson the lazies main' that livest
writes those - in term mable-' aernrons?" 4
ujxxai asuw vi uau uui y UM
gets, to writing and is' to lary
fThe garrison at NewDort nam
troops. .. a, . ''
1 JfaVmers' (fcdlumii -
Sow bfoel "the'Parnier, simple life
4 A- -i --1
THE POTJLTEY HOUSE. -
A si every thing connected with poultry
now-a days 'has a peculiar jnt'crcsf, ' we
give, the following sensible remarks front
airiJnglJsh 'agricultural journal C 'rj " J
Pir8s of- the roots and nest house.
esvor loam pulverized -peat, or fine char
coal, and the floor should be cleaned off
- The yard should contrnn a ernas plot,
some fine gravel, slaked lime, dry' ashes,
and pure water. The . nest , should be
lined with moss, heath or Btraw. ' Evi
dently the Dorkings are the best breed ;
they will lay" an average of 1 85 ' eggs
each per annum..- Fowls with black legs
are best for roasting, while those ;of
white legs are best for boiling. If you
want thein to sit early, leave, the eggs
under theni.' Fowls in their native hab
its -never;- lay more- eggs than they can
natcir. "itementDcrtnat no success
be expected from poultry-keeping if their
houses be damp, cold, unclean, or badly
ventilated f it thoir tood does not ap
proximate to that which they can get in
a state of nature, .viz a mixture of 'ani
mal or vegetable food ; if the water they
drink be stagnant, the. drainage or the
manure heap, .etc., or if the strongest
and handsomest be not bred front. -
Foot-rot is Sheep. Another Kem-
71 r rv7f, . tit.. .- . .1
EDi. Mr.EtlUor: My recipe for the
foot-rot hi sheep is thisj-One gill oil
yiinoi, q gius son. water; 4 10 or gun-
poysqer ;. ID Alum burned and pulver-
order in an earthen or ;
1 1 Zr "
,i f . - i - - -
IinSB. voBfei, anqlttOTms a Ellia 01 paste.
jicaiust jpe put pn-jo eacn fqpo every
sheep in the flock after "paring off the
hoof as far as there is any sore, aud clean
ing the ,dirt froul,(,hc soupd feet; i r .Cover
the sore' with 'the paste and put some be
tween the parts of the hoofs of the well
ones. . In doctoring for this disease, the
aheep, should be changed to a pasture
that is not infected, nor be- suffered to
return to it until'1 after ' several severe
frosts. " Also take "out the sound ones
from the unsound, as fast as cured
In connection with the above, it is an
advantage to give something to dense
their blood; either sulphur in their
salt, 'as much as Will mix and stick to it,
or one table-spoouful of saltpetre to one
quart ot -salt. x owrs, !fcc.,
JVliddle Granville. Washington. Co ' N.
Yer, ijaly, .1834.
,. UREAM tJlIEESE. A r rench writer On
Dairy matters; gives the following recipe h
lor,makinjt Ureatn Uheeso, wbicli aro
considered 'a great delicacy in Europe.
'5V'.e' copy from the! Farmer's Comjxin-
Take cream which has been allowed
to remain in the inilk-paus unskimme
till somewhat old and hard : put it into
a churn, and "chnrn lightly and slowly as
.ix ,iur uhllui,. o-up just Duiuru ine ut
ter begins to separate;" and'strain the
cream througa ' muslin, or very line cot
ton cloth ; placing it for the purpose in
small baskets.- 'We -suppose- the 'wiey
is tr) be strained out in this way, and not
the cream, as might easily be interred.)
The. light and skillful chrnipg; stopping
st the right moment: constitutes - the
whole secret of this very excellent cheese.
Some cat it quite fresh ; others, keep it
till a partial fermentation and change
nave taKen place."
1 - , a
"Blind Skagoers" is Swine. This
disease called by Youatt "Inflammation
of tli e Brain," is said . to bo caused by
heating, exciting, or indigestible food, as
an over-teed of .grain, new. corn, ccc.
Tho symptoms, are uneasiness-, turning
round and rouod, seeming, either blind
0 : crazy J "and- followed in a day er - two
by.fi.tt.and finished generally, by death.
Blcedwg.'from the: palate, an & ear,, and
purgatives are prescribed by Mr. Y. A
correspondent of the' Michigan. Fdrmcr
says, can be cured by breaking oiiij ccr-
. i 1. . . , -r. , 1
vi.u duuuiouui 'Kcau Kcucioiiy uiauA, 1
which stirino' Tin hitari(n th ! ri.r-lr fcfiH
iorwara teetn ot swine, sometimes on
both upper , and ..-lower laws. He has
tried it in more - than -fifty, cases, 'and
never found :it to fail, if applied when
nrst attacliea. -.4 .-. u-
EPFiscTSiOF. Vegetable Growth nr.
O.-t'FErr TAees. We 'examined, while
at . Sacramento, four rows of peach, trpes,
in tne -orchard of -the the Pomolgieial
Gardens of Mr, "TSmrth1,- 'and: noted the
dc-fetertous - result of growing vegetables
upon ta& ground around them; ' These
four rows of trees were'not much more
than, half thesize of the adjoining rows,
aod .thpy appeared yellow and sickly; the
entire grouua DOtween thO TOWS and Un-
aer the trees werc planted with turnins.
Another square, we found planted 'with
eabbages 111 the same sickly condition.
Ail tne other trees in the orchard were
larger; the leaves a lively green and in
perfect health. These facts can-be wit
nessed any moment by a visit to . the
grounds. Cat. Farmer.
Planting STRATTBBaRiEs. In v the
PVttYitio pS .rawlertiea - wo in
cined to prefer makins? the beds, and' set
tinsr out the nlantfl in the fall: and the
chief rci js,ttljat3Tie.fklI planting, if
properly, done, gives the amateur the op-j
portamry-or enjoyin . iron oi bis own
raising the next season; and should any
of the plants suffer from the effect, of
tiref-wmtei-, -or die out, it gives' time and '
opportunity to have' their places filled
up with new and vigorous plants in the j
spring. . lhe fall planting also premits
the ground to vq more thoroughly pre
pared for setting the plants, and the
work does pot interfere .so; much with
other necessary labor in the garden,- as
ir it were left until the spring. Jutch.
t: .,f J '-' . - ' 1 . ". tfi '
'i riTo-K.-EEP TVoBMS FROM DkIED FeUIT.
Place'your fruit in a steamer, over a
pot -of boiling water, covered tightly."
When thoroughly heated tie. them "up J
immediately in a clean cotton or linen
bag, and hang them up. ' -This method
is preferable to heating in an oven,; as
that is apt to "render them hard, even
if you . are so fortunate aa not to burn
them. .. -' -;
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33tztTAlor 3Wew "STorte.
Importers,, JrlAitafactarerat Com:
mlnien JflercHantsi and"lealn in
English, German,. French ' and American
THIS House having the largest and moat va
rious atock in the United Statea, are for
matting: Hardware . .Merc banta, Contractore,
Tinnera be, with everything they wanton aa
good or betttt terms, than they can boy in New
YorA, Boaton, or elsewhere. - They invite in
vestigation.. . -.' JAMES M. ALLEN,
v ;-: :Fredericktown, Ohio,
6mo-n2 Traveling Agent. 1
New Hardware Store J !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
rorefeu and Domestic Harlware!
ASHLAND,. ASHLAND CO.. O.
INVITES the attention of the Hardware buy-
ing community, to his immense and unri
valled Stock now arriving, and consist of; ev
ery article kept in a Hardware Store, farming
and Mechanics Tools, House furnishing goods,
building materials, together with the largest
and .best selected Stock of Iron and Nails ever
brought to thia place. Swedes, Nail, Hoop,
Sheet, Rod and Bar Iron of extra qualities,
Sash, Glass, Doors, Putty , a large and varied as
sortment of Locks and Latches, Bulla and
screws . au ..sues ana umcript.ons, aaiery
,,.,,.,,,, Pin,l;no.. Ti.p, . 3
coach iritakcn land Trimmers, ,
will End it to their-advantage to buy their
f ; "r"""' .?"-" 0
Top Leather, Cloths, Luces Damark,M6ss, tc,
1 tpr nui ana n
cpnnus ana aiicb. iviauaoio iod anu,trop
t . : . - j TV 1 x , . . r-
Irons, be, Carriage- and Tire Bolts, li ,to 6.
mencs long, a
rasa Bands all aizes, Oil Cloth.
White Lead, Dry and in Oil, Paints, Varnish
es. Torpeulrae aad " Oil, "Paint, Varnish and
Duet Bt-aehee.-' -'- -
"Pump, Cubine, ( Chain Bouble 'Galvanized ,
best article in town, wheels and fixtures complete'.-
Roger'St' el cultivator Teeth, Wings
and Plow and Hammer Mould, Shovels, Hoes,
Forks, Rakes,' Sythes. Snaths. . White's Dou
ble Steel Axes, Broad Axes and Adzes, Sheep
and Cow Bells, Log and Trace Chains, Mill
Saws, an extra article, X Cut Saws, the only
goou ones in lown. ouicnera flies ana riaaps
anacniseis. ; ,
Ten different Brands, prices from 371 to SI, SO
per pair.. IE you waut a, vood article I . have
them and the best in town, and they are going
last. : .VI so wool twine and cord
Block Tin, Lead, -Lead Pipe, Zinc, Sad Irons
l iners VViae, tiuo llnrrets made or Lake Su
terior Iron, Lox, Brass Castings and Trimine
cheaper tnan eisewncre.
SCISSORS AND SHEARS,
11 you - want a gooa pair give me a can, 1 ac
knowledire 1 have the onlv cood onoa in town
I A lew t those nice larpenteraSlick'aFramin
Chisels, extra Cast bteel Augurs,
Bench land n oldi nij Plains
warranted, Brunswick Tea and Ta
Table and Pocket utlery.- -
lirass, fillar and Chamber Candle Sucks anil
Snulfera.ani Tones, Waffle Irons, Brass Ket
tles, Steelvartls, Molasses Gates, Push's Auirar
Bills, Hunt's Hatchet's, Braces and Bitts, prices
range train 4U cla. to $ tii -Y ii.xciaiOFadl faper
spirit xeveiabaw tianuies. .; -,
Ine Qaifia not enumerated to this'i8t, lut
those in want- of any articles in the .Hardware
Line, will do well 10 call before purchasing
mv Stock being entirely new, and selected with
great care for this marAret, enables me to sell
better aud cheaper than they do elsewhere. 4
( 1! , ' . It. JJ. tfUlva.. .
"KsKellogg'a. Bnildinr one door above P.
& J.- Riaaer'a toro.. -
Ashland, May 17, 1S64. 62tf
Curled Hair Mattresses and Bedding.
PATENTED IN THE
UiN'ITED STATES, EXGUXD AXD FlfAXCE
OUR Mattresses and curled hair having taken
Diplomas alid Medals by competition in the
principal Slates in tbe Union and aUo having been
awarded tne rrize lueaai ai 111s norma fair 111
London as tbe very be-t article manufactured, are
confidently offered to the community aa a treat
aesiaeraiim lorpure swesi sleep.
The Diecess bv which our bair is manufactured
entirely reludes tbe possibility of moth or other
insect annoyances engendering therein aa proved,
by the severest tests of analization and by testimo
nials ironi tne lirst cnemiaisoii.no age, irom wnicli
we extract as loliows :
'-Experiment has demonstrated that the purlylnr
agent made uaeef in manufacturing- your pateut
curled -hair is especially destructive 01 animal
life, that it has the faculty of bleaching and clean
ing the fibre, and tbat it is the most powerful dis-
inrectiug body at present Known to science. .
n. 1. r. 1 n r. n Y , m . u.
1 Professor of Chmitry and Toicology in tbs
- . Medical- College of tbe London Hospital.
a I cheerfully state tbat the article submitted to
your process must be pure and aweet iand will be
found of great value and-from proof exhibited to
me 1 am conuuem laai tne process cmpioyeo. ex
ceed all other methods or Drenaration.
W. BEACH, M. D
We lso keep constantly' on band a full supply
of Pillows aud Bolsters, under MaJ.traaea aud
Bedding ef all detenpttons and a large assortment
of Wall Paper and Window Shades, upholstry
goods, curtains, lounges, cVc, Ac, . - .-. ,
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly "at
tended tov - - - :
WISDOM Co. - .- -
43 Pultca Block Bank St. 1
. Cleveland. Ohio--
Jnue; lf54. "'ntf"'' ' - "'
CITItZENS OF OHIO !
AmE TO' YOUll'LXTERESTSr
THE subscriber again appear oefore ybn,
- giving, you fair notice ot tbe arrival of a
larger atock ot
CcPu rfri r? yro 3
Than he naa ever offered t the fair Sons and
oaagnwrs 01 oiu nayne uo surrounamg tosn-
ties. Owing to our being in the Eastern Mar
kets when moat kinds of Goods experienced a
material r - ' - .
DECLINE IN PRICES 1
W were enabled to buy our goods at such
Low Prices 'that we defy any competition in
the wayof Cheap Goods for Cash : oui atock 5a
comprised of everything in .tbe Dry Good and
notion line; alao, an assortment of "
for Men and Boys. .- Also, the leading articles
of GROCERIES; aneh as Coffee, Sugar Tea,
looacco, 4-c. in an inese aep.-irtmenta we can
show you Goods. Aa for prices we can beat the
World: and in aaying this we do not wish to be
considered aa bragging, bat'telling yon plain
matter oi ract.- t,ooi at some ot t ur Driceaw
we can snow you
Brown Muslin for.. ......... ,6i eta. per yd.
Bleached do good .
....61 ' ...
Kentucky Jeans.......... ...20 ets.
heavy Tick....... ;.;10 ,';
Delaines. ......... -w'. .. . ..... 10 cts. & ODward.
7-4 Table Diaper...;... 18 " - "
ast Colored Calico: ....... .06 " -
Silk Lace Veils.,.,... .'...'.,371' . " '!
Cotton Baiting. . 10 .-..:.,
uood Black ailk. ...50 - --- (.-!
Tea... v.. 81s" " ' .
Coffee .. ..............121 ' ber lb. .
" , Tobacco pbewing .... I Si '" '
tu all departmenta of our stock vou will find
the above atatement of prices corresDOndimr.
All we as ia a look before mu buy. Ttaejirice
of twurfloods is a sure tning for voiif moneys la
Ladies' Dren' Goods we bre all fixed. Lawns,
Berges, Plain T Black, 8 triped. Barred and-
Changeable'. Bilia ejk -mil pricearOnr stock iof
: SILKHONNETS, ..... .
"lake 'em alL dowq." Can sell, new style
Gimp Bonnets for 25 cents. Every body that
comes to Woohter, cornea to our tore and sees
the show of prices and styles. , We wont
charge yoa anything to Joo. Country Mer
ited witn their whole atocxa at low
lair terms, at our store at tbe Old
Stand East of the American Hotel-.
M. ALLISON, i
JUay 8d, 1854. r . a6W,,.
Cerner Public Square, Cleveland, O.
. IKCOKFOItATED WAX- B, 1 8i 1.
T'rli OLD COLLEGE b removed new an4
plendid Room, rarparaing in beauty and coi
veienncethose or any aimilalr nititutiona in th
Slatii:; i c v i.iin t itt J t A
L '1 F4CVX.TT. . T
Eie.-FOUIOM, A; B., Princip!-, Pofensor-of the
cieric&of Accounts. .f
W.Hi HtlSTER, ad J Bi t'LK'tTOS, Aashtant
Prcrersori in Book Keeping Department. '
A. J. FHELPS and JOSEPH fiEATTIK, Profeuors
of Practical and Ornamental Penmanship.
R. P. HUMl.STON Lecturer oir ComnteroiaL His-
h - torr and tha Art of Computation. - . -
J..B. WAKING, Lecturer on Mercantile Custom ,
Kaukine, Jjrcbange, ect.
Ron. JOHN CKOVKLL,TH6S, H. HAY and P Bv
PALMEK. Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Rev. J. A . THOM E, Lecturer on Commercial Ethiea.
For the Mercantile Course time UDlimitdi..t46,0O
The same Course for Ladies, J. ...,, ...... 3j,O0
For aeperate Instruction in Penmauahip, . .
Flourlshing.etc, as per asreement. M 1 '
' The design of the Institution is to afford aa good
advantages as can be bad in any similar one in the
union, to youn,1; men about to assume theresponsi
bleduties of the Counting Room, and various mer
cantile pursuits. ..
Scickce or Acooitts.- Book-keeping1 will be ex
plained from a new-stand point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of accounts; and -the course
will embrace aome of the beat practical forms or
mouern accountants. 1 nisscieuce is often taught
as if il were a Species of conjecture, in .which
multiplicity 01 forms are substituted for principles;
arbitrary rules Jor reasons, and venerable pre-
xsaenta lor genuine pniioeopny, makisg me whole
field of he science a completa . terra incognita"
To procuce good practical accounts the understand
ing, ana not Tne memory simply, should he addressed,-
DAiLY LF.CTURHB, etc.-One or more lectures
will he given daily, on the following subject? ;
AbvouiiiB, j-cnniaiiBnin,9iercantiie i:ustoms.JjanK
ing. Exchange Calculations, Correspondence,' Com
mercial Law, Political' Economy, Commercial
Ethics, Railroading, etc. Besides the usual lec
tures on Law, etc.. in College of this kind, there
will be others by practical men--thoroughly con
versant with the routine of business, to instruct
on points allied to the course of studr. and one.
expiensiy on calculation. -Pami
AMsntP, Practical annOainicaK-raL. -t his
department will be under the superintendance of
two of the best peumenoT (be 4lav. Business v
ting will be taught upon the new method of Folsom's
unirnytnmography, exacting to the beat of an ic-
strument, and producing the popi-lar commercial
nanu in mucn less uiai ib usual time.
K. B. For particulars send for Circulars. Cats
locus, etc.-and address the Principals- -T :
ji y a large uorary wiu ce counei tea witn cne
College, containing the vaiious works ou Book
keeping. Mercantile uv, ett.. to which the stu
dents will baveeccess. , :
f Cleveland, Nov. 8. 1854.... . i:; -i .1! AM 1
' 1. ... i ,-.'.T' : tf h' . ;
BACON'S 'MERCANTILE COLLEGE
KOJiTU-WEST CORNER SIXTH'AXD WALXIIT.
J.EkSONu desit-oua of becoming thorough
and accomplished accountants, will find it
greatly to their advantage to -call kjo the un
dersigned, before, engaging elsewhere,aa he ia
prepared to demonstrate, tully, thathia accom
modations for students, the comprehensiveness
oi the course of instruction, and facilities ior
procuring situations for those desirous of ob
taining lb em, are unsurpassed, (as it ia be-
lieed, unequaled, by any similar iastitu-
tinnin the United States.
In addition to tho regular course of instruc-
ti n, there will be a ..; . t ,--
SERIES OF LECTURES
on topics or great importance in a commer
cial point ot view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy
Storcr, E.' DV- Mansfield, Esq., Rev. Samuel
W . :Fi she r; H c nry C Lord ,' Esq . . Pro f. C b as .
W. Wrrghf,-and btlier eminent Lecturers and
Busineav men. These lectarea Leinga new and
impd'rtant feature not introduced in any of the
oilier mercantile colleges.
' Notwithstanding the great expense atten
dant upon securing the services of able Lec
turers and Assistants, the Terms for Tuition
will remain as heretofore, viz :
For a full course of instruction in D E
Bouk-Kecping, Writing, Commercial
Calculation, Lectures, &c. ......... $40 00
Writing (only) per month..... - S 00
At a meeting of the Graduating; Class of Bacon's
tbe Mercantile College, held in tbe Lecture Room
of College edifice. Friday. 11th March. 11853. J. 8
'Baker was appointed chairman, and Weston Ar
nold, Secretary. . un motion; a committee of five,
composed of H. j. Bowman, J. , S. Baker, K. J.
Forsryth, r. O. Sawyer and Geo. Kichol, was ap
pointed to report resolutions expressive of the
hrgh opinion entertained by th class, of the mer
its of this Institution, and ef the character and
itualilications of the Principal and bis Assistants
v nereupon, tne commitiee reiorLeu ine lollow
ins preamble ana resolutions, which were unani
ruumsly adopted r . -
whereas, we. the members or tbe Oraduat
ing Class of it. S. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
about to separate, desire to give expression to our
feelings of respect for ourestcemed Instructor, aud
his corps of able assistants. 'Therefore,
Metatved, Tbat tbe thanks of the class are due
to our said instructors for tbe uniform kindness of
ILetr deportment toward us while in this Instito
tion at the same time the thoroughness of their
instructions nas entitled tnem to our nignest re
spect and confidence. " - "
Resolved, '1 hat we recommend to this Instititu-
tion to all who may desire to acquire a commer
cial education, as affording the greatest facilities
for such acquisition.
Rctolced, That we as a class, affix our names
to these proceedings, and that a copy of them be
delivered zo K.S. Bacon, aud that they be published
in the city papers.
il. A. oowman,- ts. BlacK, , . win. w.snyder,
Isaac Baughman, J. S. Baker, ' Franklin Elliott,
r. v. . uarron, n. j. roisyin, A.rauuocK,
- i.-. i. .. i . r u u . , k. a .. x- .. . i . ..i .j
I .... i. u Tl. ... .mi. .. IT I, W t- .... .- llanil Krwjn 1
(.U I. I, JbllUl. . r. X.. . IUK UBO, 11.11 .11 I1UIU,
w I Kniii n .mi i-wtrtr. H.rv K ritin.
Bacom's HtauASTifiK College. "-The examina
tion of the student'-! Book-Keeviner exhibited
degree of proncienc-y on taeir- part highly credtt-
aoie to tuemsetves ana .ur. oacos, ;tncir instruc
tor. ..The most difficult problems in 'Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as the most srmple. giving
ample pToof to the audience that the information
imparteddnring the session would be of practical
benefit." CiseiaixMt Enquirer of March 13f, 1853.
I he various complex questions proposed ay tbe
Principal and other gentlemen present, were an
swered with great promptitude and conciseness,
wbien renects great credit upon tne course oistnuy
pursued at this Institution." t'i. iiaifv Gazette.
. "Mr. Hacon is unrivalled as a teacbec. . A di
ploma from this College in Cincinnati, is required
as a Sine qua non in obtaining situations in the best
Mercantile Houses in large cities." Ckillicathe
Jlneient Metropolis Maw Bth, 1853.
Mr Bacon has constructed thet.pper portion of
Ms building exprassiy-tor the purposes of his col
lege, and without any doubt, it is tbe most com
plete arrangement or the kind in tbe U. btatea.
Ciaeiaaatt Oaielte. Av. 8. 1853, ,
"This whole Institution is undoubtedly tbe most
elegant and nnisned estabiisament; for the- pur-
poses in tne world. inquirer. r f
pen. 1!'J, .0411. tl.
HCHILDS & CO.,
WHOLESALE SHOE WAREHOUSE,
, JVs 0133 - $- -1 35,- - Wood Street,
ir OULD call tbe attention of Country Mcr-
,T f chants to the uqmense atock ut
BOOTS. SHOES, -HATS, CAPS AXD LEATHER!
Consisting of over 4,000 cases Bootsand Shoes
of every variety and style tor Ladies', uentle
mens', Misses' Boys' and Children's
FALL AND WINTER WEAI
direct from tlie .Eastern Manofactnrera. Hav-
ua been purchased at tbe lowest possible rates.
principally for CASH, with Rreat care in the
selection cf quality .-and sizes adapted to the
Western Trade, we can offer aaperior induce
meets to purchasers, as we are determined not
to be undersold- by any Eastern or . Western
House. "i ; -.'.i . i -'. "; - . v
Bayers will find it to their interest to call and
examine our extensive assortment before pur
chasing elsewhere. - H. CHlLDS & CO
August 30, 1S&4. .: : ' - - - 3ml4.
K. i;LAKIi. Sc CH llli would re-
pectfully inform the citizens of Ashland
and vicinity, that they hare associated them
selves t gether for the' practice of Medicine
and Su'gery in all their various branches, and
by diligence and close attention to their office,
ana prompt attendance upon a calls at alt
hours, they hope to merit a liberal ahare ol
publi', patronage.' Dk.Ci.ASK offers his thanks
t) all those who' have' heretofore favored -him
-vitf their business, and will be under renew
eil Qblisations for a' continuance of the same.
Da.-CaAHE, wilf devote special attention to the
atudy and 'practice ot 'Surgery in alj its vari
eties, and more especially' in ell' diseases of
the Ev ; either acute or chronic.
aaT-'Orrici, adjoining Milllngton's Drag
Sen re, opposite P. s J. Kisser's store.
JCTDb. CiAan" residence1 near- the Metho
dist Church. "'
Dm. CjtAHE'a on third , street .opposite Vi .
Watson's. . ' Pi H. CLARK, M. D.
., ; -i.-i.-i..caAMB'V.ii
.. April 19h. 1854 n48tf . .- ft
LATEST SUMMER STYLES!
RS. PILGRIM St OOi, would respectfully
inform the Ladies of Ashland, ana vicin
ity, tbat they still continue the -'-
Millinery and Dress Mating: Business,
at their old stand, one door east of the ' Times'
printing office, and having just received the
LATEST SUMMER STYLES, and irom their
long experience in the business, feel fully con
fident ot giving entire satistaction to all who
may favor them with their patronage. '
Asmana, juiy o, jso-i. , .sou
1 S .pltuftnft Mixture, compoaided in arrfc
4- mept with the rules of Pharmacy, of therapou-
tie apcutu, Hng Rnown inu ceienraica lor xneir
peculiar efficacy curing DIAKBH(A, and simi
lar affection of- the system. In its aetion, it
allati KArsKaand producas a healthy condition
of the LIVER, thus rcmovin the cause at the same
time it cures the disease. i ; - .
Stabltr's Anodyue Cherry vprctbruiif '
Isconfidently recommended to Invalids,, 5. hhsd1
a passed -by any known preparation, for the c"r
of Cough Hoars cue a t and other forms of Common
Cold; BRONH1TIS, ASTHMA, ROUP, ONSUMP
TiON in an early stage, and for the Relief of the
patient even in advanced stages oT that ftal dis
aes. - .:I2-.Tt-.
-Itcomhinesn a scientific Manner, remedies of
long est,eemea value, witn others ot uior recent
discovery;and besides its soothing- and fovtcquali
tics, acta thro the skin, gently" and with great ef
ficacy, for the cure of this class of diseases. .
The Valuable Medicine above namedtraverecesw
tly been introduced, with the approval of a num
terof our Medical Profit mien in the city of Balti
more and evey where, and in practice nave succee
ded most admirably in curing the 'disease for
which thee are prescribed, 'i hey are offered to
the country practitioner of -Medicines which he
can, in all respect depend upon a; prepared in
agreement- with - the experience of .some of the
most learned and juuiclous I'nysiciana and strictly
inconformity. wb the rulea, of. Pharmacy; and
as especially serving bis convenience who can
not so readily aa tne wty rnyaiciaa, nave ius own
prescriptions compounded by a practical Pharma'
ceutist. See the descriptive Pamphlets. to be bad gratis of
all who have the Medicines for sale,r containing
ecommeudations from Doctors Martiv, .But-
ZBLL, ADD1T1N, FlTXI, HilTDT, IsQVa- C. . -
so Doctor S. R. Martin says, "I do not hesitate to
recommend your Diarrhaa. Cordial and Anodyne
Cherry Expectorant, 3fC
Doct. J oh if Addison aavs. it elves me much
pleasure to add my testimony 'to that of others, in
favor of the. extraordinary efficacy of your Liarr
kaa Cordial, 6zC,; and of the Expectorant, ' I have
no hesitation in recommending it as ernpst valua'
ble medicine, &c. T'1 . " :-K ' .'" :
Doct. R. Al Paynb aays he hasuaed the JDiarr
hma CordiaFia his practice "with the happiest atr,
feet; and thinks it one of the most convenient
and erftcient, combinations ever offered to our pro
fession.'' ''''- - - . .
Doct. h.' I. Hatdt 'writes. ! have adminisier
ed your jfnodyne Expectorant in several 'cases of
BronchiaAflection, with the moot Sappy resnlt-,
and from a knowledge of ifts admirable effects,
1 can, with Ihe greatest confidence, recommend
it." dzc. .
Tr. W fi! - ..vaa e... U.. k. J
I -ilt-'ui-- r-r-,. t. tw""w"
uwi uie 0ronr.A 1 iui v rieni fgurgL- aim. x uat
she is fast recovering from her long standing ma.
lady. It has in afew weeks :done her more good
than all tbe remedies sh has heretofore used un
der able medical-counsel. -- - . ' -
Sixtebm-of. the best ApotkecaxieV and Phaxk
AcaoTisrs in the City of Baltimore W are satisfi
ed thepreparations known aa Stabler' jtnodgnc
Chem xpecrrcnt. and Stabler' IMarrkGa: Csr-
dtar, are medicines of Gkcat Valoz, . and eerv ef
ficient for the relief and cure of tbe -diseases- for
wnicn tney are recommeuueu; iney near tne evi
dence-of skill and care in their preparation and
style of putting up. and we take plead sure in rc
Twmti Sevan ofthe most respectable Merc-h!
-arts-, residents of Matimb, VinetiHAaDdKoRTn
Ciro liea. who have sold and also used these
medicines themselves, say, -'From our own experi.
ence and 'that of our cilffrer.'vc do confidently
recommend themPro Bono Publico: We have never
known any remedy used for the diseases for wnicn
they are prescribed, to be so etiicicnt. and to giv
such entire satisfaction to all."- i.- . .
The above notices of i-ecoramendation from mem
bers of the MED1CA FAULTY, PHAHMAEUTISTS
ofliicb stand i-nr. and MKKCHAKTS of the firs
respectability, should be sifficient to satisfy all
tha these medicines are vartny of trial bv the ai
Hcted,and thatthey are of- a different stamp and
class from the, -nuacKery" and --t;ure Alls" so
much imposed upon the public -
For Sale by Druggist. Apothecaries and coun
try btore-aeepers generally.
DISCOVERED AT LAST
A itlyslfi'v arxplain-i'!
A Revolution is Certain, Victory is Ours.
DR. A. L. ADAMS'
NEW THEORY OF DISEASE U awakening Hie
inquiry in tbe minds of all who read it: How
it si that Americans have been so long and
slavishly immured in darbessaiul ignorauc&on the
suoject ot disease. ' .
UR. A. L. ADAMS' MVER BALSAM
THE GREAT PANACEA OF DISEASE.-
is ofTenredto' the afflicted of the States and Tervi
tories for the entire cure of Liver Complaints all
stages, Bilious Fever. Ague and Fever r Chronic
LfUlis r ever. uuttiuai Aiictiiuim, cutwuiiiuiiuu
Below Complaints Diarrhea, Dysentery, Jtfheuma:
tism. Bleeding Piles Hlind Pi 4 en. Scrofula, Ssil
Kneum, jjjspepsia,onerar. jeoimy, nervousness.
Costiveness, indjgcsiiou, utstiucLeu iueusir-ua.
Dr. A. I. Adams- Liver rsa-sam nas stooa the
wrec and test for the last tit teen veal's, and has
proved to the most skeptical, beyond a shadow of a
doubt, tnai u is
The only Reliable Medicine Ever Discovereu
ibeing purely all vegetable.,) for the permanent cure
oi the above 11 seaa.es. ine most sKepucai nave oe
come its most sanguine votaries, and pronounced
the Liver oatsam to be the .
Oulj Reliable Haibingcr of Hetilth to the
. . AFFLICTED, EVERYWHERE. .
Testimonials come up from every track it has
made, swollen with, expressrons of gratitude, for
the relief received by its use. . And in subm itting
this, the Liver balsam is recommended to all those
suffering under the ....
iiiON GTASP ofthe MOSttTJE WJECEA-E
and at once procure one bottle of Dr. A- L. Adams'
Liver ua.pamv 1
The readers is-- rnrerre-d . to the Medical Tract
fouodby man iugappii cation to the Agent wher-e the
tt at sara is sold, giving a-lull epitome 01 tne cause
and cure of all diseases; containing, alto certifi
cates from those whi have tested its unparalleled
aBcendancy over tbe diseased to which we are all
subject, Sold by K. tl. vnutsu, o uo., Anianu
John MoCrorey, West Windsor; Sturgea-tScBiglow
Atansneiu; j. tr. niameu. .nowaourg; j. xx
Kaiimraldeddr Co.. Wooster '
G. E. Scott. General Agent. No. 67 Randolph
Street Ghiaago, Illinois.
February I, cj. ly. . t . .
Jsinsidiee,Dyspepsia,ChronIc er Ifer-i
voui Debility Disease of tbe Kiducfs,
And all diseases arising from a disordered Liver' or
Stomach, such as constipation, inwaru flies,
Fullness or Blood to the Heart; Acidity of tbe
Stomach, Nausea, Heart Burn, Disgust lor Food,
.Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructa
tions Sinking or Fluttering at tbe tut of the
Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart.Chok-ina-
or SuffoeaticK Sensation when in a Wins
posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before "
the- bight. Fever aud Dull pain in the Head. De
ficiency of Prespiration, Yellowness of the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in tbe Side, Back. Chest, Limbs,
6iC Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the
Flesh, constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great
Depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured by
UBiUg. -- . - .
Dr. Hoofland's Celebrated German Bitters.
PREPARED BY. DR. C. M.JACKSON, at the Ger
man Medicine Store, 130 Arch St. Philadelphia
Their power over tbe above diseases is not excelled.
11 equalled, Dr any other preparation in tne u. states
as tbe cures attest, in many cases after ' akillful
physicians bad failed.
These Bitter. -are worthy the attention of invalids.
Possessing- great virtues in the rectification of dis
eases ofthe Liver and lesser glands, exercising the
most searching powers in weakness and attections
of the digestive organs, they, are withal safe, cer
tain and pleasant. . . , .- , - . .
KEAD AND BE CONVINCE
E. B. Pntnn,MarietU. Ohio. Feb, 12, :i85. said
Your Bitters are highly prised by those woo have
used them. In a case of Liver complaint, of long
standing, which had resisted the -skill of several
Physicians, was entirely cured by the use of five
bottles." C.h. Dkakk, Freedom, Portage co.tO..
April 23,. 1853, said : '-The German Bitters you sent
me last have not vet come to band. I have been out
ofthe article for some time, to the great detriment
of invalids, it is a medicine much thought of and
sought after in this community."
B. M. MUTcmirao, m. Bedford, Cuyahoga co..
O. August 36, 1852. said: "The Bitters you shin
ned me in May last are all foner I think it a
good medicine, and i am recommending it to my
Datients and friends, (which I do for no other pat
ent medicine.) You will please forward a large
supply." '- - '-" " ' ' "
fc.. r rkkck. vvoosier, u.x oot. itts itsss, saiu :
lhave used aome three or -four hot ties of Hoofl
and's German Bitters lor Dyspepsia, and derived
great bene fit from their use. I believe them to
be good for all diseases for -which, they are recom
mended." .- - - W f " !..'- k
VVm. ORt. Wooetcr. O.. October 2. 1P52. said :
"You ask me my opinion of the German Bit
ters. .lhave . used them for Dyspepsia and Indi
gestioii, anil take pleasure in stating that I think
they are the very best remedy extant for tbe above
complaints thev are decidedly in advance of all
the proprietary medicines of the day.'' 1
Mr. URt is a disunguisnea lawyer, or Wooster.
These Bitters are entirely vegetable. They never
prostrate the system, but invigorate it.
For Sale by R. H. CHUBB & CO.. Ashland, and
by Druggists and dealers In medicines every where.
ataitnai'eo, j. nj iy.
BERBER'S LINE OF HACKS, i
land for New
. London daily
at 7 o'clock
' section with the carson the Cleveland Colum
bus and Cincinnati Kail Road. . -
Returning, leave New London after the ar
rival ofthe trai na. v. :;U ........ v ,
Leave Ashland 'for Mansfield on Mondava.
Wt.'.neadaya and Fridays, at 7 o'clock, P M.
x.eave Aaniana ior . . vvooater oq. Tuesdaja
Thursdays and Saturday! at 5 o'clock'P M.
Dsptemoer, lew. .r.-u - ltstf
t-n r t v r ' S san it li 5i 1 1 r c,
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD.
sNif)'r PARTICLE OF MERCURY
' w tnil.Ilirte-:Hem'edV-rorScroWtla,,Kini!'Bvil
. ftheumatisra. Obstinate Cutaneons Kruptjonsj
Pimnira t Pustyes on the Face, Blotcbes; SoiiU,
S!" ?JTr. l.-- -Rte., Rinr Warm orTetterLiScald
H.''i and Fain -of the Jlones -and
TniVi stnhi.nrn tTir.r. Syphilitic Disorders,
T k. CTn;n.l rn.nnl.ir.
. and all Diseases
arisinff from an iniudicious use o -i-ercurT,J
prudence in Life, or Impurity of the rtiC01'
TkiaB.ln.hl. l(a.i:ina -V. i Vn hat J oa-nm.
brated for the. number of extraordinary sures tf
fected throtteh its arency, has indtrcsd tbe: pro-
prietora,.al the urgent request of their friends, to
oner li io me puDiic, w oicn iucy iu wnn mo ut
most confidence in its virtues and wonderful cura
tive properties TJae fQHqwihg.certificater, select
ed from a' large number, are, .however,' stronger
testimony than the mer word Dftn-e rprsrietors ;
and are all, rfrom-genilemen well known in their
localities, and of the highest respectability, many
of then residing in the, .city of Kic-hmond, Va.
F. Boydkn, Ksq.. of the .Exchange Hotel,, Rich
mond, known every where, says he ha seen tho
Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mixtars admin i b
tered in over a hundred cases, in nearly atl the dis
eases for wliicb it is recommended, with the moat
astonishingly good results... He says it is the. most
extraordinary medicine be has overseen.
Aus and Fir-Gat Cvw a. I hereby uetU
fy, that for three years I had Ague and Fever ofthe
most violent description. 1 had several Physici
ans, took large quantities-Quinine,' Mercury,
and I telieve all the Tonics advertised, but all
without any permanent re lie - At last. I tTied Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effect
ually: cured me, and 1 am happy to ray I have had
neither Chilis or Fever since. 1 consider it the best
Tonic in the world, and the only -medicine -that
eveT reached my case.--' - - --: 11 !
. f ... . . - - , JOHN LOJJJGOJBJf. -:
Beaver t)am, hear Richmond, Va.
,1 SI; B.'Luok- Etq., nw i n tbe( city ot Richmond,
aud for many years in the Post Office, has such con
fidence in the astonishing efficacy of 'Carter's
Spanish ffixture,. that be.-has bought upwards 50
bottles, which be has given away to tbe afflicted.
Mr. Lock says ne has mrver known it to fail when
taK&n. -according to'dircetions, . -
Dr. MiNGE. a practicing Physician, and formerly
of the ity Hotel, in th city ofKictroond, sys
ne nas wnnessea in m numoer ox instances tne
effects of farter's Spanish Mixtirre -whiclr were
most truly surprising--' fie says in a ease; :of Con
sumption, dependent on the Liver, the good, effects
were wonderful indeed-.- ' ;- - A '
. Saj-uki. Dm, of the firm of Drinker &
Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint
of 8 ysars btanding, by -the use f -two bottle of
Carter's Knanisb Mixture. ; r
J Gv eat vnm ot Scrofula. The Editors of tlie
Richmond Republican had a servant employed in
their press room, cured of violent. Scrofula, com
bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled
him from work.- Two-bottles of arters Span tsh
Mixture made a perfect cure of .him, and the Edi
ors, In a public notice, say they-4cheerfuly recom
mend it to all. who are afflicted with any diese o
Still Ahottikr "cre or ScaoroLA. I had a very
valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Span
ish Mixture. 1 consider it truly a valuable medi
cine. James M. Taylor. Conductor on the K. F. 5t
P. K. R. o., Richmond, Va. r-
SALT RHEUM OF feO YKARS STANDING '
Mr. Jobs Thompson, residing in theity (Tf.Ricb
mond. was cured by tbreo bottles of Carter's Span
ish Mixture,uf Salt Rhenm, which be had nearly 0'
years and which all the pbasiciaos of the city
could not cure. Mr.Thomison is a. well known
merchant in the city of Richmond, Va.t and his
cure is most remarkable.
W, A. Matthews, of Richmond, had a servant
cured of Syphilis, in tbe worstform, by Carter's
Spanish Mixture. He says he beerfully recom-.
mends it. and considers it art invaluable medicine:'
Richard K W'kst. of Richmond, was cured of
Scrofula. -and what Physicians called confirmed
consumption, by three bottles of arterts Spanish
Kdwin Bdrtor, commissioner of the revenue.
Bars he has seen the good effects of Carter's Spanish
Mixture in a u umber of Syphilitic cases, and says
it is a perfect cure for that horrible disease.
Wm. G. Hah wood, of Richmond, cured of Old
sores and Ulcers, which disabled, him Irom walk
ine. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish -Mix
tur. and was enabled to walk without a crutch.
in -a short time permanently cured. ...
Principal Depots at M. Ward Clobr & Co.; No,
83; Maiden-Lane, .New York. . -
T. W. Uvott & Sons, Ko. l?2, North 2d Street,
Philadelphia. .: ; .
Bennett & Bbers, No. 125, Main St., Richmond,
And for sale yy R. H. Coubb, Ashland, H.f? Sec,
v Co. havanna, J.Hknkinqrr, Hayesviiie, J . Hoff
man, Jeromeville, Anderson & - Row a, Loudon
vule, and 1 Jealcr iu Medicines everj-where
Jan. 18,54.- , . . '. ' 1 n351y.
Philadelphia Medical Hons? Ksl a'.ilishrd 2d
jrars ago, by Ut. KliMifcLlJV.corner-oJ Thirr
and Union . streets, between Spruce Pine,
i'riilailelpnia, fa. ;
' Invalids are 'apprised that Dr.'Kinelin'con
fines his practice to a particular branch ef med
icine which engages his undivided attention.
He cations tho unlortunate against the. abuse
ol'mcrcury; thousands are annually mercurial
ized out ofitfe. -Recent affections are prompt
ly extinguished. . x wenly years of experience
in the treatment of a class of diseases hitherto
neglected and imperfectly understood, has en
abled Dr KinkeliBi (-Author of a work on Self
Preservation,! to prove that nine-tenths of tbe
causes ot nervous denili'y, local and .constitu
tional weakness, mental and phviical suffer-
ing-,-are traceable to certain habits, forming the
most, atcref yet. deadly, and fatal springs- ol
domestic l.iserv and premature mortality
Take Particular Notice. There is an evil ha
bit sometimes indulged in by boys,-in solitude,
often : growing- up with them to mnnhood, aod-
wlnch, it not reformed i due time, it not only
begets serious obstacles to matrimonial happi
ness, but gives rise to a -series of protracted,
nsiduous and; devastating affections. : teaxl
those . woo give way to this pernicioiia .piac-
tice arc aware of tbe consequences, until -they
fimf the nervous system shattered, feel strange
and unaccountable feelings, and vague: fears
in the mind'. : ,!- i!-. f;'l'
The 'unfortunate thvia affected becomes fee
ble-, is untble to labor with -accustomed vigor,"
or to Apply- his mind to study; bis step Is tar
dy and Meak. he i dull, irresolute,- and: ee-i
gages in his sport with less energy than uaunl.
it ne emancipate niruseit ueiore the prae-
faas done' itd' worst: and enter matriirioriy,: hig
-marriage is uoiriutiul, ftud hiaae ns e. tela him tbat
tlns ii'caused byJiis lollies early. These are coc
siderations which should awaken tde attention
of those mmilarly. situated. ' -
Marriage restures the: fulfillmentof several.
conditions, in order thatit may be really tbe
cause ot mutual iiappiness. tuuJu -toe . veil
which covers the origin of domestic wretched
ness be. raised, and ita troe' source hi eve tf in
stance disclosed -in. how niany could it be
traced to -physical disqualifications and their
attendant disappointments! Apply then while
it ia yet time, in order to have your -unstrung':
and relaxed organization rebraced,-from making
vour case known to one who. from education
arid respectability, can certain J v be revivified
ind strengthened. . ' ' -.: .
Kemember that he who placea himself in
der Dr. Kiuelin'a reatment- may. .religiously
conhded in his honor as a gentleman, and rely
upon the assurance, that the aecreta of Dr.JC.'a
patienta.wiu never ae-i'iseiqsed.
Young man let-no-talse modesty deter you
from making your. "ease known to one. who,
Irom education ana rcspectioiiity, can certain
ly beriend yod.- V. 'V .'
Too many think they will conceal the secret!
in their own hrarts, and cure tliemselve
Alas! how often ia this a fatal delusion, and
how many a promising young man, who might
have been an ornament to society, has faded
' from the earth.
Strictures ofthe urethra are rapidly removed
by the application of a new therapeutical
agent, used only by Dr. K. Weakness and
Constitutional debility promptly cured, and full
vigor restored. .-:.-.-. .
'-' Country Invalids can have,' by staling their
case explicitly, together with all their symp
toms, per letter 'enclosing a i remittance) Dr.
K.'a medicine, appropriated accordingly.. it t ;
Forwarded to any part of the United State,
and packed secure from DAMAGE er CURI08-
ITY. - .- .
Youth and Manhood-i
tare Death Kinktlin
rigorous Life or a, prsmoi-
Belt Preservation Omy
a a work eminentlv'reauircd. as a mean
or retorming tne -vicea ot the age in which
H-ve.;--Alao,--" ' ' 'V - !"'
'-- - '-NATURE'S- GVIDEi
With rules for the Proton ration of life, just front
:--'.: '-f i ' - :the fressi - t - .
. A letter with a remittance". oT 25 cents, ol
the valuy in.pott stampa, addressed to Dr. -Kin
elin,. Philadelphia, Pa , will secure a copy, of
either of the above books by return mail of
12 copies will be sent f-ee of postage for $1,
Booksellers, Cauvasserr, : Travel ling .-Agent,
&c, supplied wholesale at the publiuher'a pri
ce, which) admit o a large i.TOfit ftaT AU
letters muet be post paid. ,.J;... . ...j-y; .
March 22nd, 1354. . - " ' jy44
AT my instance an order of Attachment' wa 1s-r-il-sned
on the 30th day of August, 1854. by Joseph
C. Bolles a Justice ofthe Peace of Jackson Town
ship, Ashland county, for the sum often dollars and
eighty-two cents against, tbe property and effects of
Isaac Vautilburgh, a non resident of said county.
Causingone Chester C. Matthew to- be garnished
in said proceeding, ' JACOB FAST, '
' - -'-Agent for Jacob G-ochnaur, f
Sspt. 98th, 1854. IvU
.-TdVin,f ifi-WT-niWOi'tnfi , m mm m i ummna i
' MOST' 'WoWDSRFlji WsfcoVER"
J recently bean made by Dr. l'-r-i, (
tbe are bt Asthma, ConsamptioBf Braoehitui,
Coughs,' Colds, and all Lang Complaint,; j
Medicated Inhalstton . Dr. Curtis' Hygema, ,f
Inhaling Eygenian- Payor ana? Chery Syruf,
haaaooomplialred th moat' woadei-tuHire, af
Asthma and Cnsnmr'0 iiiUia.:Uit.s :fitfa-a'
York and yieintty for. rnoatha pact,var
known to man. ' It if prpducinif aa inmiiM
on-lis-3( e of tbe'fUngv evr-bWf-tsja-d
by -the Medical Prafesainii --(Am rti
catea in bands ofilgaota.')i ('i r'.; MikI
The Inhaler is worn on the brefo4er tt
linen, without the least- Inronveniene,. tli
heat orthe body beinf s fficient -lO -eVaoifatsi
the flaid,-r-app)yiDf h ihsgs aomtamly Witsi
a healing -and agreeable .vapot passing, jnt
all the air-ceils and passages ol the lung, that
cannot posaibly be reached by other saedicla).
Here i, a, caaeJ7 ; '
-""" !6oiJ(r; W. Y., Dee:hfi-, fait.
I 'For about eight years I bava beea severaly
afflicted with llio jUtUmaJ.or.hei laatsjwa
-years I have suffered beyond a power of de-
'scriblio'rf J montha'at a time t have not ba
' able to sleep Hi bed,-(retting what Test F could
: sittLaz in mr. chair. My difficaKy f breatbrnc
tand mjr sufferings were. so greatat tiBkea,: that
lor hours together my trienos expected eacw
hour would be my lari;-: tXwing the' past ' sit
Years l bavo had the aid aw attendance r
abtne-of yoa. aelebrated pliyakriiwptrB-t
have receipt! Bp.nennrot beefit,jid frat
iittle relief. I at Jcngth ta the good fortuirj
to procure, ,J)r. urtia lygean Vapor an
Cherry Sfrtip. Jit the time t -S.-at; obtaiaeo l?r
Lwas arfferipg underone'f my noA violant
attacks, and waa in great distresa, almost aaf-
focating for want of breath. In leas than tan
minutes front the time I appfred the "Inhaler
to my atmomac, and 4ok a teaspaonfalrtha
Cherry Sjrup. I waa relieved ia a" grat-Kas-ure
from the difficultj ot brealhing, and, bad
a comfortable night. I have since cbntiaae-d -It
with th-greatest -possible aeneftt, 'smd'asa
now comparatively well. God only luinsath
amount of suffering thia medieina bas.reherad
me from. My advice to tbe suffering is, -rj
. ,' : "',-'---' MARGARET E4$.T02
t-, " ' Coiisumptlii', Cured. ' ,
. . ;::New Yo,:, Dec,37tJilg63.
I cams to New. York ia the ship Telegraph (
my native place is (..John's, New Brnnswik;
when I reached this city, my health was vary
poor : had a very bad cough, raised good deal
of matter, which "was frequently nitewitk
Wood; bad pais in my lefletdo, ud waa vary
tbin -and emaciated... My faeadadphyMaisa
pronounced my ense Conxumption, sod bejaad
the reach of medicine. I accidentally heard
ol Dr. Curtia' Hygenis, or inhaling Bygeaif Va
por aad Cherry Syrup, and obtained a package,
which I verily believe waa the means o' saviag
my life. Soon alter wearing the Inhaler, t
took the Cherry Syrop as .directed, aad .cea-
tianed to do so, my cooj-h gradnally growing
better, until it entirely left mei and 1 aowcaa
aider'raytelf cored' - I atill ' wear tbar Inharer,
aa the ve of it is rather pleaaaat, and belismag
it strengthening and pun 1 ing t. tle Jan-ra, I
fuel unwilling at present to dispense with it.
-Sold by"Boydt Paui;Wo: i49 Chambers it.;
C.H- Ring, corner of Jo ha street aad- Broad
way.'N.' Y". Pricer$3 a pacg.'
N. B. Any person inclosing 93 ta Boyd It
Paul, or Curtia fc PerkUa, New York, wil re
ceive a package containing a bottle of Uygeaa
Vapor, one of Cherry. Syrup, and an -Inhaler
in, a neat box,. by expreas, tree-, to any -sanCof '
the United Siates; er foar packages for f 101
-; June T, 1864 "... ,f ; jTlj2. f,-.
An Invailusible Bsak tor tweaty-iVai '
cts. -Ji very JTatmUy alaaulal jaavsre
acopy." . . r. ;
1 OH flfifl CPle I" Ihai a year. A
J. UVjVJvJU new edition, re vised andimprevad.
juat issued. ' , .-, ...--.?
- nr. tiD-vvaa-B jaeutemi juuuumt an nana BooS.fow
tho offlicted Coutaioing an outline of tba orifia,
progress, treatment and cur of every form -of di
ease-contracted by promiscuous srxual lutereourse,
by self abuse or by sexual excess, with advice, far
tbeir prevention, written in a familiar air la, avoid
ing all medical technicalities, aed every thin taat
would offend the ear o decency ; wit a aa eucliM
of complaints incident to Femsles, froiuth raaU
of soma twenty years' successful practice, azeia
sivel; devoted to the cure of diseases -of dx-liaata
or private nature. - - - --..-
To which is added receipt for the caai sftk '
above diseases, and a treatise on the cau7Bip
toma and. cure of lb Fever and Ague. .---
7Vtisi.-iy The Prof eoeor of Vbotorieaii Pimm.
College, Philadelphia ' Ur. HcaTsa'a Medical Jfcaka-nal.'r-
Tbe author ofthis work, uuli-ic the majority
of those wbu advertise to cure the disease of wbisli
it treats is a-rradoate of one of the best Cblleras ia
the United Slates. . Itafl-ords-mplrararetorecoai.
mend bini to tbe unfoi tuiiate. nn to the. victim e(
malpractice, as -a successful and experiehcee riraa- .
tiuoner, n wboso' ironur and iutniif ily they jilar
place the'ereatest eoiifiUeiice. '
, . JUS. S. LONGS HOKE, M.tf.
From A. -Woodward, M. D.,of Ponn. Unmerpilf,
Philadelphia.' It give, uie pleasure to add lay lesli- .
loony toUio pToreasional ability of Mm Autbor of
iue-'MknirAi. Hiirnii ." TCumerou cases tif JDis
eae of the Genital Organ, some of them or loaf
staiidiiig have come uuJermy notice, in which his
skill has beeu manifest -insesu-ring to perfect .
health, in some canes where tire patient has beca
considered beyoud medical aid.r In -the treatmeat .
of -Se-niinal weaknesses, or disarrangement ef , tba
functionspriaduced by aelf-abuse or Uxotm of van
ery. 1 co hot know bis superior in -the profession.
I have been acquainted with fb Amber -torn, thir
ty years, and deem it no more than justice- to iin
as well ai kindness to the unfortunate victim of
early indiscretion., to reaomuieud-him' as One ia
whose professional skill and intazrity. thay fnhj
safely counde themselves. --- -- - - .'
- Ai.piib Woca-waaa, M,Jkf.
.' "This is,, without exception, the most compre
hensive -and intelligible -work published on the
class of diseasaa of which it treats.- Avoiding;1!
technical terms,. it addreaaes itfelf to the reason at
ita readers, it is free, from alt objectioaabla wmt
Ur, nnd no parent, however fastidious, caa abjact
topLwing ft inth bauds of bis sons. The author
has devoted many years to tbe' treat meat th.
dariouacomplaints treated of, and, with too. Httle
areata to pun, ana too little prasomptloa to Ira
pose, be has oSsreatotha world, at tbe axrsly oosal
nal price or 25 cents, the aruit of same twnty -rears'
most snecemfal practice." BermU. - .'
.- "No teacher or parent should be"Wtlnat;.th
knowledge imparted in this invaluable" work, - it
would save years of pain.-raortifieaAioa and sorvaw
to tbe youth under their c barge,! Wm- .od-Mcata.
A Presbyterian clergyman in Ohio, writiur-of
" Hunlei's Medical Manual " t.J -H..1hoasaad
upon thousands of our youth. b evil avamnle and
influence: of tbe passions-,- have- -beea-ted- Into that
hsbitof self-pollution,, withontrealiaiagtbaeiaasid
fearfuixonequences upon themselves and their nan.
terity-i . The constitutions of thovBda Vvbo are
raising famlliea have been enfeebled, if net broken
down, and tbey do not know the cause or the cure.
Anything that can be done o to enlighten an4 ra
fluence th public mind as to check, aud ultimately
to remove this .widespread source of human
wretchedness, would confer the, greatest -Messina
next to tbe religion of Jeu Christ, n tbepresaat
and coming eeneratiOBi I temperance for tbe una?
pf intoxicating drink) though it ha lai thou
sands, is not a greater scourge to tne Human rae.
Accept my thanks on -bahalf or the afflicted, aad, ea
lieve me,- your co.worker ia .tba good work, yoa are
so-actively engaged in . '
One copt (securely envelope) will be foi aaiilad
freeof poslage, toany part of tba United Btataa far, .
SS cents, or aix copies for 91. Address, (postpaid)
COS DKK& CO.. Publishers, or Bex 1M. Phiia.-. .
- JJP Booksellers, Canvasser and Book Afaata
supplied on tne mast liberal term.
i - i
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES It
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFER8 are o a tail
ing in the cure of Coughs, Cold,i Asth
ma, bronchiti,. Sore -Throat,- Uoarseaeaa,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and
Diseases ef the Lung.- They have no taste-ot
medicine, andany child will take them. .Then
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Ask for Bryan' Pulmonic Wafer the orig
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Spurius K,inds are offered lor aare'.-Twenty-fi
ve cent a box. - Sold by denier genet a I ly.
J ,BRyAN & Co,, Rochester. New'York,, Pro
prietors. Wholesale by J. D Park, Cincia-,
nati, Ohio ; W. Kiske Cleveland, Ohio . . 'i ,
February 8, 1854 n38tf. - ' M.uu
Or Great Western Hair Restoratiy
IT promote the growth, oft errs, make par- -manent,
and rrsUrei tne natural to lor aa
the hair.-. It gives health to the akiaaad tolh
gland which, form the-- hair antavaaT I
Scurf, Dandruff, Eruptions and Feverish .Heat
from the scalp. ' It fasten hair: prevents bald- '
n-, awid even cause a full grOwtu w-ieretha
bair bat talleo off. Iteontiuao ooWin-raaR-ter,
but effect it wonderful, change ;i tb
condition of the Jiair, by civinr health t
the' akin-' of -tha-head,? and gland which fbrs
tb -fcai!.-,'t.' '.: -Cs.iti :ki'. nl. -i-.i-i'-'tis y
Price 50 cts. ner bottle. A liberal deduc
tion made to wholeaale purchasers. Address J.
HIGH WARDEN, Ashland, Ashland eoonty,
Ohio-,:!:;-; .- -... -1 ".
. January, 11th. 1853 r - r' y 34ft.
.. Thomas E-rCaator.,! 1 jjUi r jv'tt"!
j j: q'aBuh,"- .lir-ift;--"--'. --i1-
AT my instance aa' order of attachment Sna la.
. auedon the Sd day of October 1854, by John
Taylor, a Justice of the Peace- or Hajiover towa.
abi , Ashland -county; for the sum of 18.50 aad
costs,' against the property and'effects of J. 0..A.
Bull, a nbn-resideutnJ aaid county. . Causing Bv F. '
Whitney to be garnished in aaid proceeding. ...
-- -. - THOMAS E. CASTOR .
Oct. IBth, 1854. ., ..--I wl-..l
S;;-EXECTJT0K'S ; OTltTE; i
NOTICE' is herehy given',' tha the" under,
sighed has" been appointed Executor of
the Estate of Sena -Umphryea, daceaaad. Da
ted thi Sat day of October, A. D, 18M:f
THOMAS BUDD, Exeeutar
NoT. ,t, 184, .JwS-'' -
1 "fe. iiiai