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.-, , REPEAL ! Ui:ri:A 1, ! !
o fieri he, Krptall - Wtai
a mi tmat se Infatuated with power, either i
f poimiiii oa axpectaaoy. a to rum off alter every
saw dogma, end at the oidding of their imperial
masters, past laws in direct violation of tbe plain
at principles or oar republican institution, it be
inn tha Vox Popoll to rise in tbeir might, with
out distinction, of party, and compel onr servants to
mm tktM nhMrlwi noniooa oi our law ium
strike at I be root of our independence. So, all
m). ..,-. n - .K.a'mMi TiTtt off after every ne
tangled nostrum opened to the public. They not
-only endanger their own, but the live, of their
v .! .jMtjm. It la therefore wth pleasure
we again recommend to tbe amtcled the use of
.li. tried nmedr. and at most certain cnre for
' Bams, Btuise'.CuU. Weavels. Scald Head. Ague in
v. k..i nni Kninal Affections.- Fevers, and
nil Febrile diseases, toe numerous to mention.
That by rest oris tbe insensible perspiration, it en
a sesthe system to throw off all tha old worn out
articles, thereby restoring .:..
health. For sale by J. B. F. Rarapsel dr. coaud R.
r rhnhh A co . Ashland : J. McCi ory . Mifflin : T
W Coulter, Perry sville; D. B. Stockman, London.
wirier I.. -Spencer co- McKayr J. Kinninger
. ayeamlle; Hacoraiaa nod Buchanan. Hayee-lU-
Caulter and Goodwin, lsyette; W. f.pea-
- L - Aihion: J. J. Wright. Sullivan: mcuaei
KrieVe. Orange; U.S. See. co,, Savanah
Bealy.Troy.
" - A Wonder Dtscovery haa recently been made
wnr Gaxtta. af thiacity, in oe treatment of con
nnptkee, asthma, and all diseasee or the lungs
v"iefer Co Ur. turtle's Hygean or Uhaliug Uy
Vapor cherry syrup" .Within this new
tnaUod tne Dr. has restored many afflicted oe. to
'"ZT health ; Ss an evidence ef which he has
tEnnmerable certificates. Speaking of tbe treat
.t pyvle"- remarket evident that in
S"neJoeteUy breathing an agreeable. healing
lrthVcaedicinal propretiea must come in di
recTcontraot with the whole of the atrial cavity
f thalunaa, and thus escape the many and varied
4hanea Ir odoced spon them when introduced in.
1, ..The Hyf.eena.is for sale at aU the drag-itSsthroagbontthetountry-JV
T. aV
SSa aAveitiaement of Medicated Inhalation in
canother column of this paper. , 1 .
vnA SnraaT roa m Lamas- How To Pan.
sJKT BseVV-Bon't oaa Chalk. Lilly Wh.te, or
", .sum so called eoametica, to conceal a faded
w aailow complexion. It yon would have tbe
reLei brought bact to your cheek. aclear.J.e.lthy
Itdtransiareat skin, and life and vigor infused
l.h Mixtore. and take it according to directions.
it dole-not taste quite aa well as your sweetmeats ;
hntaKerafaw daaeayoado not And your health
andbeiity reviving, yoor step elastic and v gr.rou.
lit toe whole system refreshed and invigorated
ilkea prtnVmorning. then yoor ca. ia hopeless,
all U.e valuable, certincate. we posew. go tor
TTjabt It w tbe greatesv puritfer of the blood
known ; is perfectly barmleaa. and at tbe same time
itwer(uil Vmcaoiona. Bee advertisement. 4W.24
" Tha moatcon firmed cases of the ost distres
mtu dieeasea. ofttimes arises from indigestion. All
?f Sa moreor less, are troubled with tLia aiinoy
TngsVnTptom. still salt i.ageneral tning, wedo not
. irumpt to medicate uotil something serious inter
iiiea: Wa wonldaa a public monitor, warn all
eiTwadereagaina the .in of neglect and at the
j time recommena w u ...
German Bitters, tbe original prepar,Loni M "vKf
. . u No. isu Arch strc-t. rhil-
delphial Wa have seen cures affected through its
influence. Sestts Wtltt.
28 Sw.
Msirrleal.-OnTnesday. Oct. S4th. 1854. by Rev.
A. KcMt,Mr. DASIEn DOTY, of Indiana, to
Mlas CATHAR15K MILLER, of Troy, Ashland Co.
Ohio. '' - '" -' :'
PEAT IX61T1MEHT TIH;ASHMHD
THE OLD STONE CORNER LOOKING UP !
mi m mm
T ESPCCSFULLY annooncca to the public that ho haa purchased tba atock of Goods for-
li, m-rv owned by P. fc J. Rissor, at Reanor'a old atand, and ia now adding thereto the
Unrest lot ef new " '" - - "
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
that has been brought to Ashiand daring tbe present season "Peopie'a Emporium" not except-
. u : k. n.. n .at-ira of eznei ience ia the coods business, be baa spared no pains in
the aeletiona of bis stock, no that it would be peculiarly adapted to the wanta of tbe people
-.?05URPASS ALL COMPETITORS,
The people may net it down as a Gied fact " that these Goods will be sold ss low as any of my
rnmnetifeoreean tell, that I am inthe rinff of competition, and that tbey mosOither cut down
their prohts or quit the business. I have raieed the Dinner si ,
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PSOFITS
and shall fisht under it to the last. My stock embraces erery atyl e and variety ol
LADIES' WINTER DRESS GOODS!
Sac has, Engliah, French and American Ginghams ; Morenos, faramettaa, musnns, riaius
Velvet and Goloon Dreaa Trimmings, Poplins. Cassimores, Alpacas, Lawn Printa, Collars, Hand
kerchiels, double and aingle.
BROS tl A SH A W LiS !
-v t ii :.i n,rrA .nH Rla r.k silke. Emoroideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Rib
. :!. T ...i irni;.u stmuf Rnnncis. trimmin a to suit, and In snort.
vervthinir which can be desired by the fair sex can bcro be bad at price that have dever been
undersold in Ashland. Wo have alao an nnaurnasaed assortaest ot
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES !
can be aold at prices thai will make the "leather merchants " stare, so come aiong
and if you will favor us with a call you ehall not qo away dissatisfied.
.- dTT LEGMEN9 EPTlMtEiMT
Well Gentlemen, your eyes have never Been nor your henna conceived ot the riches which
we have in atore lor you. Yei needn't talk ol hard times- wnen you ean got dwusiuuh
Cassimeree, Sattinete, Tweerla, Jeans, vestmgs, uoois anu oiiuc,
ISX i S3 S7Q C3 LJr 53 2
i ...... ,;nn l,;h neaded to riir out tlie ' mortal male" in bunilav nun's " irom neaa
. .... nrimt Whm. the difference if vour taxes are hieh. vour cropa have fai I-
ed and money ia scarce, if yon ean get g.ioda at CAbH prices, and pay lor tnein in tne goou
time coming V . In addition to tne above, i nave aiso a large assortment
QUEENS W A K t ANU UK U U trt r
Htrdware, Family Groceriea, Yankee Notions, aad a full and complete assortment oi
II U S U EC K its l I .X CJ (J O O I) S !
It ia useless to particularise further. Suflic- it te say that my stock w.ll not loose in comparis
with any in Ashland County, either in quality, quantity or price. I am determined thai the good
business shall not be monopolixed by a few, aa heretofore 11 cneap goa., P,j
i u...k..il n,sv ha rnart. n - a-reafr than Bushnell iv here." The
ine posts" of the Emporium have been moved np street, and thh new Palace ia nowopen for
the reception ol visitors. All minjiirt e-
ahall douut out those wno seo not. an
taken in exchance for (roods, and cash always acceptable. J- uASti pam lor wouer occa anu
Pork.
Ahlaud, NoTomber 22nd, lsoi. - ;
which
ladies
26 tf.
FARM FOR SALE.
niHB undersigned will sell bis tract of land, one
J. mile north or Jeromeville. Asbland County, 7
miles from Asbland, contain ing meoenip acres about
twenty-five acrea cleared, and the balance of tbe
best quality of timber. For further particulars call
on the sobstriber at his office in Jeromeville.
Kov.aV, 1644. - - J, f.tuwaa.
. SO-tL
HAVE A HAT, SIR?
: NOW AUH1VING AT THE
ASHLAND HAT STORE !
1 N immense aasortment ol new
.L. an( Fashionable
HATS AND CAPS!
sViwaly-At Haggles, on the or Bovemoes,
IfM.Joma Coaav,lnheMyci:orhisge.
w-p Bew York Cvsnty papers please copy. .......
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TlfMBKS to inform tbe dtiiens oi .-isniauu auu
VV. ..A..;nWtriintics. that be bas just received
ad will keep constantly on baud, tbe largest and
AestssorMeiit
BootSy .f?til;'oncry, Iuks,. Wall Paper,
ko. enr brf r offered to the puhli e in this jarr
ef the cenntry. "', " '
Be has Ukeu tbe room formerly occupied by the
Banking House or Luther, Crall & Co.. anddiiectiy
wpposite the '
NEW BANK BUILDINGS!
Hrviac aaTchased his Stock directly from Pub--tishara.'
cash prices, and bolding a connection
with an extensive Publishing House in New York
"City.' He fccla warranted tn saying. that be ex
pects to distance all competition.
His aaneh JWii consist part of all tbe various
Icssh Hoots now in use, the chouest standard
MISCELLANEOUS WORKS 1
11 the receirtpuolUatioas. Bibles of alt sixes, dis
crrpliOM and prices, a wall selected assortment of
lab, in fact, everything usually found in Book-
Particn'ar attention U celled to the-Stationery
vTalt-Paper Departments. . The subscriber has no
fssitatioa r saying that he can give tbe most un
alloyed satisfsction to those who are ill want or
),, Knveloyes, ftlan -Books, Memorandums,
Pas Books, Wariea. vVall.PapeT, Inks, Ink-Standa.
e anything of the hind. -' ' . .
lawyers and easiness men, tn particular, are
Invited to call and examine the quality and pricee
f goods they may be In need of.- -
If. B. TrsUe aapplied -at-Cleveland wholesale
prices. - -
Ashlnnd. Kovj d. 18t.
for the summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, coo-sist-ing
of a large variety ol
SILK HATS!
1 from $2 to $5? Kossuth Hats from 60 cts. to
2,rjw Mayyar nats, irom ?i to 90, iuer
Uate, from $2 to $3,60 ( large assortment of
PANAMA HATS!
considered the most tasty, comfortable and dur
able summe Hatr now in use, from (2 to $3,
60;Leghorn, from 75 to $1,25; Hearer HaU
from $3,50 to 85. Alao a complete assortment
of . - - '
CHIP AND STliA"V HATS!
Also, an endless variety of Men's and Boy's
clothand velvet
SUMMER HATS ! . .
and all kinds of Children's Hats. It would be
useless to -attempt to enumerate the entire
stock, as it is admitted on all hands to be tbe
largest and best selected stock ol hats, erer
brought to Ashland County. The subscriber
respectfully requests the public to call and
examine hia slock, whether they buy or not.
SHEEP PELTS!
The subscriber wiil pny cash lor any quanti
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered at hia Store, op
posite the Franlin House, and one door East
of the Post Office, Asbland, Ohio.
M. CAMPBELL.
Ashland, April 19th, 1S54. n4Stf
Guardian's Sale of Iteal Estate.
"TOTICE is hereby given, that in puranance
I w of an order of sale to me directed from
the Probate Court of Ashland Countv, Ohio,
made at tbe November Term thereof1, A. D.,
18n4,Iwill offer for sale, on the premiaea in
Lafayette, Richland County, Ohio, on Batur.
day. tbe &3d day of December, 1854, the fol
lowing described premises, to wit : Being lot
number twenty lour (24,) in the village 01 L
favette. Richland County, Ohio, with the privi
leges and appurtennnces thereunto belonging,
tubicct to the dower kstato 01 Amy inurcti
on said premiaea. Terms of Sale one half
casb, in hand, one half in one year from day
of aale. Secured by mortgage on the premi
aea with interest thereon from dar of aale.
AMY CHURCH, Guardian.
Kelloog & Atusow, lor Pet'r. .
Nov. 22, 1854. 4w26
A CABS.
BC. TICKNOR baa removed to the atore
. room directly nndcr the Shield It Ban
ner office, where he ia opening and offering for
aale, at tht very lowest prices, and extensive as
sortment of
ENTIRELY NEW BOOKS,
MUSIC, BLANK BOOKS,
WALL PAPKR, CUTLERY,
I'APERMACHIA GOODS,
PORT MOWAIES,
and a variety of otlirr fancy articles, aclecfd
with care in the Eastern nia kets. IIvj respect
fully solicits the patronage of the people, and
hopes by strict attention to business, to give
sausfaction to his nld friends aud customers
generally.
. N. B. The nublic are warned not t be de
ceived or misled by finding our iame attached
to any olber estalHishiiient in town.
Mansfield, Nov. 15, 1854. 24tf
- c. a. iiv.heS)
Hl.invfacturer (if Boots and Shoes;
m
nean
11HKEU doon below the Times Pnut
X i
ne Offreev Ashland. O hio. Custom
oik. done to order ou the shortest notice
tl most reasonable terms.
Sceraber 14th. 1H.W. Z30
96tf
Now ii ithe tinier.
Subscribe for 1855!
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-vt m. aad Fashion.
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new receipts, - ,
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Tovry person getting up a club, our "Gift-Book
f Art for 1855. with 50 steel enaravinrs. will b
arive. or a volum of the magazine for 1854. For.
cbsb of sixteen, as extra copy of the magazine for
UHS will be seat ji aaaitiea. -
Address, sm sW, CHARLES J. PETERSON,
- 103 CiunU Strtti. Pktlm,
JJ Specimens sent gratia. .. . ..
KxeCaitwrya Sale at Real Estate.
NOTICE ia hereby given, that in pnrauance
of an order of Sale directed to us from
the Probate' Court of Ashland County, Ohio,
made at the November Term' thereof, 1854,
wa will offer for aale on' tbe premises the fol
lowing described Real EaUte, to wit : a part
f the north-west quarter of aection aeventeen
(17) Township number twenty-two (22,) Range
number sixteen (16,) containing one and one
fourth acre of land more ro leaa with the privi
leges and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing, being known as tha Arthur Saw MiH prop
erty e balarday lha 13d day of -December neat,
between the boars of JO s'cloekj A. M., aad
4 o'clock P. M. of said day. Terms of Sale
third cash, one third in nine months, and
sne third in two years. Back payments to be
secured by mortgige oa the premises, with
interest on same from day of aale. . . .
...... , THOMAS L. ARTHUR.and.'
,,r, ; .MARGARET, ARTHUR,,
Executor of the-Estate of H, Arthur, dee'd.
KruMs at Atxtsoar, A tl'y for Pet'r. -
Nv- if, 1854. y ( I : J ; 4 j i i 426- A
r: t -i 4JEO H. P1KKEH,'
Attmuymt Imw, Davtnpert, lew. . .
TXTLL give prompt attention to any business that
I BT be entrusted to his Care in this State
sUHl North Western Illinois.: i" : J ' " "
Davso, Nov.Jt, mi & tf.
R. D. BOICE,
HAVING removed Jiis Stock of Hardware to
the New Bank Building-, one door Eitst
ot the Bank, and adjoining Hntchkiss Butter
Store, invites the iittentiot of those in want of
HARDWARE,
of any description, to call and examine. The
Goods being almost entirely new, and of the
latest atyles, he offers great iuduceuicnls to
bujere. Ilia stock comprises -
Saddlerj and Coach Triirimins.s !
Cutlery, Axes, Adzes, Broad Axes and Miter
-oged Tools; Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glasa and
Polty, Dcor. Latchea and. Bolts, Butts, cast,
wrougbt -and brass Screws. Horse Rasps,
Files, .-teel ad Try Squares, Planes, Plane
Irons, hand, panuel rip, cross-cut, mill nd
wood Saws, brass pillar, Japan'd and bright
Candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays, Shovels and
Tongs, Forks and Shovels, Pump Chain, Wheels
and boxes. Pine Tubcing, a new article of .
GALVANIZED PUMP TUBEING !
which exceeds all others, nd the only place it
is to be had in town. Gun-barrels, Locks and
Trimmings ; Trace, Log, Cable, Halter, Dog
and Cow Chains ; Sad Irons and Stands, Strap
Hinges, T Hinges. Hinge and wrought Nails,
Brass Kettles, Coffee Mills,
Slioo Flxiclixigai.
Linings and Boot Morocco, Patent Dark Leath
er, Oil and Enameled Leather, Patent Seating
and colored Leathers, Enameled Cloths, plain
and tignred ; Brass B'nda, Wrenches, nuts,
Wagon and Buggy Boxes ; Steel and Steel
Springe, Wagon and Carriage Axlea, Bolts nf
all sites from I to. six iocres Jong; iron fs.r
.Wagons and Buggies ; a largo assortment ef
Bar Band, Rod aud Hoop Iron on hand and for
sale at low figures. . -
S3" X 12 Z2a 3 2
aaaortcd aizea ; Paints, Oils, Turpentine. While
lead, Zinc, Brushes, G u- and Floor Cloths.
UPHOLSTERER'S GOODS!
Damasks Twine, Curled Hair and Moss, Web,
bhoe A bread.
CABINET MAKERS AND UNDERTAKERS
Too can here find a complete assortment o
Coffiin Trimmings, Handles Electro Plated,
Bronzed and Japan'd Plates, Fancy Butts,
Screws and Coffin tacks, French Giaaa'cut to
order for the Lids, Mahogany Knobs, Cheat,
Cupboard, Till and Pad Locks, Castors, Braces
an i Bitta, Chisels, Augur and Aug jr Bats, &c.
Just Received,
30 dos. A. White at Sons' celebrated AXES ;
alao, 4 boxes ot those extra Double Steel Axea,
going fast' Having boen appointed Agent for
the sale of those Axes exclnaively ; you ean
only procure the genuine of me in this place;
all warranted, and in case of a return no ques
tions asked.- A large lot ol
HA DIES AND PAD. TREES,
of different styles, just received and for sale
low. - ,
A word to thoae of pur surrounding villages :
Anything in the J .- .j
El A IC 13 W A R i: I. I . E !
can be fonad here, and yon can purchase at
better ngurea ot me than elsewhere. My lone
experience ana acquaintance in this county en
ables me to bring Deiere tne people sucn goods
as will suit their wants, and at such prices as
to lay . . - -ALL
COMPETITION ASIDE!
- Having permanently secured the services of
sir. James H"htes,' who win db nappy to wait
on his numerous friends and customers at all
times. - - i
. MTAemember the place Sew Bank Build
ings, adjoiding tbe Bank. .eye; - ' - --
All order for goods promptly attended to. -
. R. D. BOICE.
Ash la nd, Nov. 15, 18M. Sztf.
' ' Administrator's Notice. .
VTOriCE is hereby given, that tbe undersigned has
-i-v been duly appointed and qualified ss A4aiin
tratorof the Estate of Samuel Wierman, deceased,
late ef Montgomery township, Ashland county,
Ohio. '- ... . LEVI OSWALD.
. Ashliwd Sept. jxHh.iaSd. W17 - . j
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DELINQUENT LIST.
A LIST 'OF LANDS AND lOWN LOTS, returned delinquent, on oath, by James W. Boyd,
t reasurer of Ashland County, urio,ror the non-payment or tba Taxes or li"03 and too, to-
- . SB H J? ' .
' S I 5 . ' - 2 ir TAX AND PENALTY.
OWNER'S NAMES. ; 5' PART; OF SECTION. : ? .
. .-r.. - - - " 5: f . ... - D. C. M. '
" '. "F ......
Hanover Township.
Cronse Simon
Craig John
Doty Lot
France Wi tia.n
Fredenberger A.
Hannawalt Mary
Hefner Henry
LarwellJ. H.
Myera Peter
Stickler John
Smith B. .
Stall G. L.
Harnea M. (heirs)
Wierick Joseph
16 " 19 10 North north east " " 80 159 5 28 . 4 ,
16 19 28 South west J south west 40 3-" ' 3 02 0
16 19 26 East i north east ' '80 342 7 95 3
16 19 8 West 1 south west 80 160 5 32 7
16 19 13 South J south east ' . 80 342 7 -33 6
16 19 4 ' Part south west - II. 1M 3 14 t '.J
16 .19 8 South east i north west 40 34 I 62 9
16 19 33 North Part north west - 62, 127 ft 32 8
16 19 10 Part aouth east i north eaet 30- 61 I 95 2 " '
16 19 21 North east i aoath west 40 171 4 02 6
16 19 27 Sooth west i nirth east 40 34 1 82 8
16 19 31 Northeast 160 1596 30 86 2
16
16
20
20
Green Township.
1 1 Part south east north eaat I
17 North part east, south east 12
Vermillion Township.
115
174
04
Cline Samuel 16 21 6 North west cor south west 6 143 2 74 4
Doolittle Willard 16 21 15 Part south east south east 7-16 46 - 0 49 8
Evana Mary Ann 16.21 30 South west part aouth west 2 9! I 08 8
Montooth Matilda 16 21 2 North eaat cor aosth west 6 171 3 29 4
Norris William 46 21 11 North west cor south east : 21 86 2 ; 02 4
Saase 16 21 . 1 1 North east cor aouth weat 2, 86 2 02 4
Taylor Wm. (heirs) 16 21 26 South east cor north east 4 114 3 11 0
Bulger Michael 16
Brindle Simon 16
. Same 16
Charlton S.(heira) 16
Cunningham Sam'l 16
Jacobs John 16
Kellogg Sage 8c Burr 1 6
Neff Christian " - 16
Campbell D. Sen-.
Same
Same
Ghast Joseph1
Hazel Hugh
Kellogg Sage
S locum Willard
6
16
46
6
6
16
ili
Chesround Lewis i5 CO
Coleman John 15 20
Everhart Geo 15 20
Miller Goo 15 20
Cooper Henry 15 21
EarnatJohn 15 21
Harpster Michael 15 21
Moore Thomas 6
Slater James 15 &
Eaker Abraham 15 22
Freer Daniel 15 22
Montgomery Township.
28 33 North part north east 3 88
22 6 West part aouth east '- -13 309
22 5 South east south west - 353
22 36 South part south east. '61. 1039
22 9 East part north north l 30 715
22 17 Part south west north wrvt 1 . 68
22 17 Part north weat 1 229
22 5 South west ,42 .4173
Orange Township.
23 4 1 South east part south west 6
23 14 Eaat i north weat
23 14 North part north east
23 35 South west part south eaat
23 10 North west part south west
23 22 North west part aouth eaat
23 13 North eaat
Lake Township.
4 Fart north eaat
22 S6u(h east part north eaat
East t south east
I - 52 . 6
T 3 2
6 : 62 3 i
19 2S . 5
14 01 . 8
16 46 7 "''
26 Mi
77 12 "
5 79 2 21 0
80 1564 36 08 2
140 2618 60 33 2
341 743 13 31 3
5 114 2 71 2
18 367 It 61 3
160 2535 65 90 7
Alliman Harmon
Church B F ; -Church
B O (heirs)
Duffber George '
Hargravc Kichard
Same.
SanitJ "
. Same .
Samo .
McCombs J osepli
.-
JEROMEVILLE TOWN LOTS;
9; - ..
11 : .': ;
74 . ... . .,
78 . -. .
104
103
lOi '-.
1 0 1 ; ., -100;
. . .v.
53
3taT ? eff T-i CK gS 3a DaJ. y a. I1LL CB
Bender Georco Lot 30 -
-.- . ' 68q '
, ; 160
.'...-. i--J- 57
. ... ; ... 29
- ; 57
.40
' -j - : . : 40
V 46 :
..V. : 40
.' ISO
... . . -.... f '342 ;
83
76
: 09 '
61
04
Hi
.si ;
; 70
-G'J
-5
7
6
5 .
2
1
l';
A"
9!
1
r4 434 .1
Freer Daniel
Franz Henry
Same -Keefer
Jacob
Same -' '"
Winters Moses '
. Same "
'" Same
Lot
63
. 3
'2
25
24
21
56
55
: 34i
427
" 57
202
399
205'
23
23
.7:
11
1
3
7
5'
0
1 ;
Cramer Jacob Lot 22
Conn Nathan ' -McCrory
Johu
Same
Miller Edmund
53
4
70
10
11
57
57
165
57
0 .
GO
02
88 -'
72-
;:i8 '
"87,;
13
.84
32
67
i 14
17
Calhoun David
Fulton John S
Imhoff Wm. II
Ross Ebenczer
. Same
Brlggs Charles
Thompson S It
Pugh Sarah Ann
Bar rick Stephen
Lot 53
" 38
" 42
" 40
" 22
SULLIVAN
- " Let 35
' 94
TOWN LOTS.
171
'228
223
G3
46
154
171.
PEAR YSBURGaI TOWN LOTS.
Lot 74 -. 21
POLK TOWN LOTS. -Lot
38 i 86
4
6
G!
A
0
3
;3
69'
09
03'
00
91
02
67.
6. r..
4
4 -
7 :
9 ,
,'2"
5
6-
3 r
8 ,
6 9
1
r.-;
6
0;
3 :1
8
It?
0 67 5 -
0 74 ' 9
19
South west '
20 1S5 3 36 0
7 339 3 95 4
SO 1293 10 42 6
156 2145 47 20 3
Vreedlice Catharinel5 22
Johnson Mary 15 22
Byers Frederick 15 23
Morris Jane 15 23
Orerhultxer M. 15 23
Summerton & Park 15 23
Mohecan Township.
28 East 1 north east . '
5 North part west 1 sourh east
1 1 North part west 1 rrorfh east
32 Sooth est paTtsonlb eaat
tb tast l soWfh west
Perry TownshiP.
22 Part north east i
21 North east cor. nor.th cast i
2S Part north east i
30 Center part north weat i
Jackson Township.
7 South part a J s e . 40 661
30 South w p'ta w 6 140
30 Middle p't e As w -4 237
6 South p't w J n e 80 1048
40 708 12 15 S
i 133 3 3 4
35 539 10 49 . 0
to 784 13 03 4
6 1518 ' 10 67 8.
39 1758 22 35 2 - '
40 815 14 22 9
111 433 8 06 7 .
60 I0'8 26 07 I - -
Auditor's Office, Abiil and Nov. 2 1 at. 1854.
THE STATE OF OHIO.
Ashland Cocntt ss. It ia hereby certified that the foregoing u a Uue
list of Lands and Town Lota being and lying in the Countv of AoliKiid tin.
linquent for the Taxes, Interest and Penalty, of the years'A. D. 1853 and 1354.
NOTICL is hereby given to all Concerned that the whole of the soveral tracts
ot Jjantis, or town lots, in sam list contained as aforesaid, or so much thereof aa
will be necessary to pay the Taxes. Imerest and Penalty' chargod thereon will
be sold at the Court Houso in said County on the second Monday of January
A. D. 1855, being the 8tb day of said month, by the Couutv' Treisnr.,
continue from day to day until all are sold or offered for sale, unless such Tnion
V . Tl l. 1 J t-r .1. - . . 1 . . vu "iul
interest, anu .reuaiiy u p u outor mat, time. . - . .
" . . '- ISAAC, GATES, ; ..
- . County Auditor.
N. B. . Many "persons owning Lands or Town Lots in the foregointr List" may
hare paid their tax, interest and penalty on the same, before .'.the scooTid Monday
of January next. Such persons need give themselves no nneasiuess as we will
compare tha list with the Treasurer's books before selling the s.nue; and all who
have paid previous to that time will not be included in such delinquent sales
Nov. 30, 1854.- : " .. -. . I. GATES, And. A.h. Co.r
26-3w.
Bolyart Jonas 17 23
Vail Sarah 17 23
Ferrcl James 17 24
Motter John 17 24
Henry Rachael 17 ti
8tonerKli h K IV 25
Mifflin Township..
1 booth part south west 261
5 West part south eaat a
Milton Township.
12 South part eaat 1 nortn w I
16 South eaat part eaat i aw 23
Clearcreek Township.
ii
35
261 225
1 138
I 106
23i 376
23
36
West middle part South e
South weat cor. South east
51
90
29
10
-2
2 -
64
19
3-i
99
20
6
31
15
61
51
Deal J 20 1 3 K 8 Survey . ' -' a ' 6 o 95 ' 0
Dunlap David . - 20 12 Lot IIS part 51 673 10 16
Same -20 I 2 Lot 12 Sooth weat part 29 416 5 98 Jt -
Mills J. R. 20 13 B S Survey . . 1 23 0 76 I .
Myers Jacob 20 12 Lot 4 North part 15 215 3 23 I
Same 20 I 2. Lot 5 North part - 10 132 I SS 6
Si.ine 20 I 2 Lot 12 South aide 31 50 0 75 4
Pnrdy Wallace 20 1 4 NS Survey ' j 7 1 47 I
Pain Ir 20 I 1 Lot 35 . - - '96 1540 II 35 9
Troy Township.
Ball Nelson 19 I I Lot y South east part 2S1 359 7 12 9
Phelps Oiivcr 19 1 0 6 Surplus southpart 67 616 10 88 4
Sullivan Townhship.
Porter Hamilton It 1 Lot 65 South w mid'c part ' 25 433 6 ' 06 9
Wolcott Aaron IS 1 ' 61 North east cor. ' 1 201 4 . 92 ' . 3
ZaovidoxLvllle I?om. Xo-tas. .
Griffith PH(heirsj Lot IT 143 j
Same "18 . 241 : 12
Jones James - 72 4 - 19
I Kellogg Sage " 24 - 29 1
I Same " 105 171 2
Mann Joshua 98 -'200 6
Tillson 4- Moltrip 1 South t ' - gas ' J
Same " 2 South , 342 6
98
70
3
49
IA
15
IS
AVALES ADDITION.
Ayres Isaac N Lot 33 . 86 t 43 4
Krenerick Peter 131 5 Acrea .- . JOO . --''eg " 4
Rollins Charles "41- '. -r '456 - ' t '-' 92' : ' 6
Rinehart Harvey 61 6 1 . . 26 3 -
Same ;' ' . ' 62 67 - ' -11 " ' g
Same 6.1 86 ' 1 43 ' 4
Stewart G H - " 97 - 6S 0 ' 74 ' ' 3 "
Whitney BF . " 126 6 Acrea 1SS 4 ' 62 ' j
CRYSTAL P A LACE OUTDONE P
HAIL, ALL HAIL, THE GREAT ARRIVAL OF NEW ' - ; -
fklh MB WI
TTTT!
T. C. BUSHNELL 4 ;
RESPECTFULLY Vitjra leave to make hia bow again to the goods-buying "public, and an
nouuees that he has just received the largest,- cheapest and orxf selected
STOGK Of 1AII AID WHfTBB dUODI,
that has or will e brought to Ashland thia fall. This he atatea aa a fact, and challenges a com
parison. Iteacells all hia former purchaaea, and ia bound to be the - -
same Gooda have ever been sold in this market before.
asrt ent
or . . cation.
LADIES' DEPARTIVISMT I
In this. department we have concentrated all our taste and enrgy to procure an
of DRKSS GOODS worthy the attention and co. mendation nf tk . kn.l..ir
The extraordinary run which haa made upon this stock aince its arrival, speaks more fur the
r'S'a.'2"Ar!nC "Pne" "V" Good ,h "Jlhing we cSn say. Wo have in the lino, of
DRESS GOODS, Morenoea add Paramethaa, Jrom 28 eta. to 9 1 ,00 per vard . plain a1I-woaI
Delaines, nf vftr rntnp. fpmn 31 a An - H I aa - i r . .
, - ' ' : - . iseiaines, latest styles, at pr
from 20 to 33 per cent, below last years prices ; a large assortment ol all-wool Moreno. 1
ametha.tilk and French Plaids ; from 37 to 67 cts. per yard ,an extensive assortment of
nces
Par-
. , ...... . J .V"" " v mmvMi ihvai v UK
(..-. - wugu m pncea man mey nave ever been aold in
thia market j Auction prices not excepted ; a complete assortment of Velvet and Galloon Dress
Tr.mniiog. ; a great variety of Embroideries, Glovea, Hosiery,. Ribbons, fcc ; Of Bonnets we
nave ana civet, cnx.saiin ana i-nglish Straws of all kiuds aod qualities.. Aa 4o.
uur stock cannot be excelled either in quality 6r prlfce. tn short, ladier, wa have Barer pre-
laAsA ii a .tl a, -s V VS. - "
ICoiisrani-aTiUo Town Xtotsi.
The price ol the work will be: Fve Dollar a
per copy, in elegan cloth binding, gilt edged )
and in Turkey extra Seven Dollara. All sub
scriptions payable on the delivery of the work.
Thoae who wish the work, and who (eel inter
eat enough in its success to get some of their
friends to take it, will eonfer a special favor by
sending the names as early aa poaaible, that
the puulislier may be able to judge how many
to print for the firtt edition.
Please address SAMUEL HUESTON,
24 . . 248 Broadway, New York.
COFFINS.
A LARSON WALKER announces to tbe public
that be is now prepared to make coflioa on.
Pie shortest notice, at prices much less than they'
are made at any other shop Ashland. Be can be
round at Kricchbaum's old abep. 3d at. . Aabland.
, May Tth, 184. ''.-.-SSlf. '
State of Ohio
, Same
Same
Same
Weierick LeVi
Weierick William
KingCH
Krabill Henry
Myers Jacob
Same -
McXeal Wm.
Cox John H
Granger W 8
ones barau
ounker Jacob (heirs)
Andrews Alanaon
Davis Hush
Link John (heirs)
Same
Mykrants Christopher
Same
Walker Alanaon
Wertman Lao
Buckley D C
Graham Francis
Same
Sherman John
Sams
Kame
Sam
Balea John
Ii'iahoell T C
i'rke Alien
Estell Orlsndi
Johnson H H
Kellogg Sage
Same
Same
Mrkrants Christopher
Kama
Same
Same
Same
McKnabb Ebenczer
Mykrants Christopher
Same
Riddle Samuel
Topping G H
Brown Joshua
North rup William
heats Joseph ' '
Crall Jacob
Same
Lot 55
" 66
' S3
7
" 8
North 1
9
9
9
21
38
O
0
2 -'2
I
4 '
CivysaTrlllo ToTt7Ti Xjotss.
. Lot 31 88 feet
30 I
82
' 82
62
25
31
41
: 1
I
2 '
1
6
6
Lot
39
8J
68
01
SO
43
9
10 fee t
ANDREWS ADDITION.
Lot
83
US
IK
117
77
78
101
I0S
East,
MARKLEY'S ADDITION.
Lot 7
GRAHAM'3 ADDITIONv
Lot 29
38 . . .: :
84 ; - :
SS -.
96 - " "
" XT
MYKRANTZ ADDITION.
Lot 16
" 13 out lot
17
S
"23
84
35
lO
SO .
" 21 .
" 22
6
"19
.. 13
" 14 .-.:
" is ' . '.'
. i '.-.: - - ett lot
SHEET'S ADDITION.
Lot
CR ALL'S ADDITION.
Lot ' 3 : " ','" '"'
., . a -- '
Deming C K
Avery Cnrtla L
Bartholomew Jackaon
Demiog OR -Kroaaa
C B -Nicholas
J P
Samo
Sams ' '
Son th nan laud
came
Same . . -
Bams . . ,. --.
McNulty Wm.
Harkeness Horace
Pollock John
Lot 137
Soutlx Atilnynd.
Lot 30 ,
51
" " 1 ' North part
. - 93 t ,7 , -.
" 7
"109
. " . 110 . '" -
' " 105 . '
ioa
" 4 out lot
. " S ootlot
1 . 1 ., ; 88 - 4 - '
.143 " 3 44 9
314 Vll . 64 7 -29S
. . 3 . 14 . '- '
243 . a . 97 1
tsau. ':. "
143 -85 53 . a
1"! 39 44 - , 9 .
314 11 74 0
684 23 13 " J
200 . . 18 " 59 : 0
W 16 .. el , 6 . .
?8 89 05 . 0
il4 10 45 ' 3
85 1 87 1
S85 19 M 1
314 - - 7. . ajo - ' i
456 35 33
570 17 45 3
57 1 -' 98 3
47 9 26 ' ' f
41 1 68 ' 5
51 1 99 4
57 1 - 98
57 1 . 98 , ,
47 17 58 3
1W3 47 39 1 '
838 19 00 8
143 84 00 4 -
114 3 06 9
86 1 )9 5
35 1 ?5 6
4 1 . 53 3
.68 17 - 56 ,
5' " . 1 . eo 1
" 47 17 14
47 18 45 4
. -8 .13 - Ijr, 6 -.
J71 . .18 15 -
114 18 94 .
57 17 68 . 7
"4 IT 30 ' 4 V
4 9 17 9 '
: 399 -"'a ' 36 " S """"''
349 95 50 7
114 .- 96 M 7
: 160 ,.' ; 95'. V 9
4 1 . 97 S .
288 83 .
171
91
114
189
185
114 ,
: 114
91
91
171 ,
171
24
.96
Port Nicholas
Cbilcott Ho In
To
.Lot '..,':
SMITH ADDITION
Lot 'r 96
PORT'S ADDITION,
Lot 3 . . -
DEMING'S ADDITION
Lot 4
114
J?4
4?
48
49
1J
88
79 .
79 .
49
43
73
59
8 '
.J V,
49
U 1 ' 'J Y .vj. u BIIUIs, lalflIT3ra Wf3 US
racr -worlnaent to the public, iwl earaeiUy ifiVirt ttr atttintbn to IK
' GENTLEMEN'S DEPARTMENT
wo nave aiao endeavored to meet tlie wants or the Lords of Creation," laree and kmall-i-in
every respect. We havs laree assortment of Kns-lish. French and i.,..i.i i..
Cssaimerea, aattinetta, Tweflds, Jeans, Feelings READY-MADE CLOTHING 1 - - .- '
A I SI Sim Si aa AIM ab. a aa ? lt t 9V A I , I tta .1 . a. - . . . S -' I , . '
aa ...K ..-.,L,ural u. imio .no i-arj oi tne latest styles, and will sell them at nrieea
I PI n All I I V 1.. W A I.A A wnn.l . . C LVSAY A Krr.. . . . ' .
J " , , - a ""'""-" " "wiii ana anuria,. rjLtLVJC 8 TRIAUAG8,
Sec. kc. Gentlemen mve us a call before oitrehaainir elsewhaaa. . . , ... i :
r'ifrlTr.'i'V lledid assortment of QUEENSWARE and CROCXERYt HARDWARE,
(jROLERIES, Yankee Notions, -" . . .
ate, &e. Men and Women of Ashland county, thia mamm.th stock' of Goods'mua be sold, and
you that wish gieat bargiane mustci.ll soon. We don't ask yon to believe oar say so about it,
but call aad aee for yourselves, and yon will find that lo 1 the half hae-Mt been told yon I "
The Emporium ia now crowded every day in tbe week, and more are turned amptr awav.
Lome one, come-all. aVaTAII kinds of PKODUCE taken in exchange for Goods, at the highest
, A.uiaou, AJCioor 1, lJ)-iyir r
THE JEWS AHEAD OF ALL COMPETlfoRiS I
s ; ! V. . ANOTHER IMMENSE ABKIVAL OF !v-V; ";r'
Apple's Philadelphia Clothing and Furnishing Depot!!
THE proprietors of this extensive establishment beg leave to announce to tho public thai
they are now receiving at their old stand in Ashland, tbe largest and best aelocted stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING 2 ;r
emalleat the ahortest and tallest tbe.thickest and thinest the fattest and leanest specimen
of naked humanity that stand in need of our friendly aid. We can aell Overcoats at from 94
to$18; Oresa Coate at from $6 to $25 ; Veata at from 7octs.to$t0; Pantaloons at from 81
25 to $10. We have every description of clothing from the coursest domestic labrica to the
tl aa avert KrnHnlnths !! anil a. a.4
conaisringoi snirts, uouars, uravats, wrappers, Drawers,' Handkerchiefs, tie
O - w J . -" . - . UHUU AAIIAA WW .1. M I C pll flU O O O
CUSTOM
to order, on the shortest notice.
'piifj trtomah sliauld kmnrtliat if ah. la In poor, sickly,
debilitated conditio of heaJth,'4ikli1itne a burtan
ts hsrself and a soure. fpainfal anzierjr.tD4uhr rlsueB
and friends, and perhaps, orrlUe,re9Mtipol)9tallini
and Indletlnf her awn maladies and u!TT:ingp upon bar
ebflilrimi 'tha It la her duty t. anderstam! why aad from
what eause ber sufferings arise, that remedy and rstlal'
may, srkUc yt diars kt'Um, b avasXI of, th causss be
aroidml In future, aiul per IwaUh restocd, that ahs may
ba fitted for tne duties and captvule of tliar aidojraents a .
if- -' ' '..s:. .
2Lat every VetriUa tooVht thVehiacrate3 forpi,'th oeauV
like cetnplealon, tlie deep-tiuTivll, lustreless eye, tbs suni
en cheek, the iftodury adoYoepresltett sjiirfoi.'nivshaturai
nerves, tha prostrate and. belpWs gondii! at ird'iHj m
wife, mother, daughter, or (Utar, If nut neuel( iscluded,
within her own circle, whose days are days of agony, and
ask herseH, "Mont -tbis continue? Must this bT Is
there ne remedy t No relief f No hoie ?"
Tha remedy Is by knowing tbe eauseasnd Svoldln
them, and knowing tbersaiadies and benafltlna; by tbsm.
These are pointed out in . - 4 s .., Vs J.
THE' MARRIED WpMAN'9
PEIVATE MEDICAL C0M?ANI0N
UT 'DR. A. M. MAtTlUCEAnA'
' raormasoa or siSKasEa oi woaas.' ,
On hundredth gditio (M,000),' lSme.,'fto&
"- Tsa ifrsi VXMu, cxTaa simo, fl W.
Every eoavplalnt to which a w6rfuu Is tohject, train -
hood to womrwHiwl, as also as wife and aj aiofh -r
ky d.Kcrilw.1, with tltecnsss,lhasyiejitAwaatasi'l
per mode of treaUnent, tn a plain, simple, bus la K
chaste language, easily understood. And thtuvsvery a .
discover, by comparing her own symptoms wlta
thosa described, tlie nature, character, and causes of bar
complaint; and ba spared nuMb anxiety aadssnering.
Tbe wife about becoming a mother baa often; need ef
instruction and advice of the utmost Importance-Jo her
future health. In respect to which her sensitiveness far
bids consulting a medical svnUewjaa, wiV) Skii -aoch s
structloo-and advice, and also explain many symptoms
which otherwise would aeeasioa anxiety as aterewJ
llow many are suffering from obstruction! or iirvgnuui.,
ties peculiar to the female system, which' andararine um
health, the eObete r wMcH they 'tfs lgnarant,"and for.
which tbalraVMesfbissemgmedicMfsdvleer Hew
many suffer trmprotapeu uteri iUMogmt thwwaesbX
or from Jttear albus (weakness, debility, 4c.) 1 IIowsaan)r
are In constant agony for many months preceding confine
ment! How many bave rtlmonlt, U not daligerwas detlT.
erles,and slow and nncertam recew.ili.sf Some whose.
Uvea are kaaarded ewrrog ssMi ttaie, wiu;eadk (ne b) It4
pages the means orpreVentfcJh, amelioration and retle. ,
How many bitter moments, how much anguish, might,
bar. been spared to Hie sufferer, to her Husband, to bar
relatives, by the timely poKsetoxi. ui this little rosoamai
It is impracticable tn convey fully tlie various suhjersl
treated of, as they are of a nature strictly Intended for
the married, or those contemplathig marriage. - J " .
. But no husband, wife or mother are "exeuaaUa k thef
still contlnne hi Ignorance or those physiological laws, baj
the knowledge of which tlielr own health and uuppinesa
aa also the favnra well-being of their eluldren, are seeured
" THC SIAU1UEI .WOMAN'S PltlVATg VF.DWAt
COMPAK10N "III standard werk of eMaellshed repvta'
tlen, foend classed In the catalogues of .the great fae
sales m New fork, Philadelphia; and oilier eitlea,.aiui
sold by all the principal bookseller In the Untied States
It. was Brat published in 1&47, sinde wkleb tar'. ) A
TTTS HXTSDRED THOTJSAHB COPtEt :
have been sold, of which there were upward, of 'i
11USDRED TilllCSAJiD SE.VT BY BAIlf
"attesting the high estimation In which It Is held aa rclbv -ble
popular Medlcul - - " "
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMAtE )
tha aathor having deveted his axelaslre attention lb the"
treatment of complaints peculiar to Jemalaa, la rtipaat U;
which he is yearly, consulted by tbousanda. '. ; - ;'i 7i .
In eonseqaence of the universal popularity of the worr
aa evidenced by Ita extraordinary sale, varloos Impoal-.
tions have eeen attempted br linltationi of tttle-pag, P-
rious editions, and surreptitious mn-higements ef-snpyK
right, as well upon booksellers aa upon the public;, It Uaij
bean found necessary, tlierefore, to ' '
CATTTIONTHEVPITBLlC-
to buy no book nuless the words "Dr. A. fit. MAnajcsaa
129 Liberty street, N. Y.," are on the title-psge, and tbs . .
entry tn tbe Clerk's Omce en the back ot nictrtle-paevt
and bay only of respectabla aad honorlibl. -dealers; mfi
sand by mail, and address to Dr. A. M. Maoriceau.. .. f ,
to Upon receipt of One Dollar "THE VAX-a
BIEO WOMAX'8 PSTVATE JCEBICAL C0KPAJT
I0H" ia aent (mailed frn)to any part of the United
States, the Canadaa aad Britiah Prortnoes.: AH)
setters must be postpaid, and addressed to Dr. A. at.
MAUnMCEAU, Sox 1224, New York City. Pttb
hahing- Office, So. 129 Liberty Street, Sew Turk:
! JlGEKTS. Jl. U. XrWmaii, Sorwallt.fl.T VT.tepj'f
Earl,' tfassillon, O.; A. Hinckman, Halem John
Saxton, Canton ;' tt. Uinli, Findlar, O.'r Geo Hll,
Ashtabula. O ;Jobn Pcraias, Alueim; eJj..Jt)cart
Findlay, Ohio. ' . -
October lath, S4.f "t" ' flmsl"-' '
AMERICAN -AUTISiy UNlONtJ
The Aa,CAr AaTisTSV "io"i 'wotf.'il
spectfully announce to the citucn: f the Uni-.;-ted
Statea and the Canadaa, that for tlie purpo.e i
of cultivating a taste for the fine arts throbgil
out tbe country, and with a-wiewaif aaablidf
every family to become possessed of ;gik.lorm
c.1 engraving., f jv.; z:r.- iif
; . ., , By .Ihe First Artists ofthe Agd'
They have deioranined, 4a order" to 'ereate'Va 5
extensive sale lor their EngraviBgs,isnl1hnrT
not only give employment to a large aumbaaol.
artists aud otheraj but inspire among onr couin -
trymen a taste lor Works pt nrt. to present to
the purchasers oflheir engravings, when: 250,-
f.'i i1f a&"
000 of whica arckold. t
--,
is unusually
WORK!
We have a laree number of fini.li.ri l '
and onr Cook i. acknowledged to be one of the beat, if not the best, in town. As we
have a full assortment of cloths on hand, which can be had at th. . wo
public cannot tail to be satisfied. Letit be distinctly underatood that we . P ' .
and challenge a comparison either in beauty or quality of gooda, eiteneiveiiess of the assort
ment, ore cheapneae in price.. We do business upon tbe principle that a " nimble aunenae i.
battaj) tuan a alow ahillmg." and, consequently can se t enr goods at CASH PRICES whi-K
our competitors cannot afford to dor Mr Store opposite Skiliihg & Burns', and r.
Wailack k Coffin t Ashland, Ohio.
Oct. 4th, 1864 I9tf .
25O000 11TS, e( the actual coat (,
' r-tt ;.? v laOvOOO--- . .- '
Each pbrchaaer at a One 'Dolln'i5 lOgrijrl'ngY
therefore, receives not only aa Kagraaiag aicBff!
ly worth the money, bul also a ticket wiucha-i
titles binvtq. one of the 'Gills when "they are .
distributeHL.' ! - !('- iVr:j w j a-.4 "..cJ
. For t'lva Dollars,! highly finished Eagra
viug, beautifully J'aintedia Oil, aad Five GirT; -Trcainrs,,
will be seat for FIVE DOLLARS
worth ol splendid Engravings can be selectef
from. the atalogoe, aad raat by return mail -erS
express. ... . Jj ,.((.)
A copy' bf the Catalogue together with a,,
specimen of one -of the Engravings, can' bd,
seen at the office of this paper. : vi-
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actnaUf I
in -Tth that su a,fahd a Gift TickctwilL be '-..
mediately be fvrmrded, ' . "
: .:' -"AGENTS: "
The Committee believing thai the success el
this Great National- Undertaking will be mate- ' l.
rially (roinoltd by the energy and enterprise of .
intelligent and pbrae ering Agents, haye-resott
ved to treat with suth on the most liberal terms .
- Any person wishing to become an Agent, by '
sending (poat. paid,) $1, wihL Xctxivs av ae-'
tush of kail, a One aloll I Engraving ar'GiAxS
Ticket, a Prospeclut, a Catalog lie arid ail otb-. j
br necessary inforrhittioa.- '- - "-.- -' ' .. ' ;
On the final completion or the aale, th e-OtfK'-J
will be placed in the hands of - Committee eC.l
the Purchasers to he Distributed, due notice ol,f
which will bo given throughout the United
Statea and the Caadaa'j':--i c ." . -v.Cf
' - ''" t.Tfii ni? 'nrtrr! :
- . n .... . .. --... -.-'"J-f.-f 3t5
100 Marble lusts of Wasiiingr -, ... - .-, rng
ton, at $1UU . f 10,000
BOOTS AND SHOES;-
( NEXT DOOR TO , THE POST OFFICE. )
fliHE subscriber would say to the public that
1 be naa on band tne largest Stock ol
BOOTS AND SHOES!
n Ashland County, embracing every variety of
atyie ana sue, from tbe most tiny infant bp to
tne greatest giant'a loot in trie landi Alao,
runks, Carpet Bairsi UmbrellaBi Jiatsi Caps,
and Findings, Lining, Binding, and Morocco
skins, Pegs, Thread. Lasts, Boot Trees, French
Whells, etc.; Spanish Sole Leather, Harness,
Upper Calf, and Kipskin Leather- Oak Tan.
Sole, etc., all of which is offering for sale at
pricea to auit tbe times. - Thankful to a gener
ous public for the very large and liberal pa
tronage hitherto, received, a continuance, ot
the same is solicited from his numerous old and
new customers and friends.
The subscriber continues the Taiinins busi
ness at his old stand, where any. quantity of
AAiuKs win oe purcnaaea, ana weather, co
stantly on band and lor aale. .
. -' WILLIAM WASSON.
Aabland, Not. 1, 1854. 3m23
School Notice.
MEAfHERS will take notice, that there wlU be
J. four Quarterly Examinations as follows :
Thefirat oB tbs aecond Saturday In January, at
A shlsnit . The second on tha first Saturday iu April
at Savannah. - The third on the second Saturday in
in July at Hayesville, And the fourth on tbe first
Saturday in October at Jeromaville.
1 here will also be live Special Examinations aa
followa : - The firat on tba second Saturday of March
la Ashland. Tho second on the tbird Saturday of
April at Roweburg. The third on the second 6at
VaZ V7 "I ul"n- The fourth on the sac
SSl ! .Vk?' ,fP?2'r Hayesville. And tha
fifth on tbe third Saturday of October at Savannah.
By order of tbe Board,
A.hld.Oot.25th.lBM.' - T' H'"'sllV':I
Livery Stable;
AMOS LEWIS wishes it destinctly
XX understood that be haa not auit the
ivery buesiness, and that ba haa just made ouita
n edition to his Stable in the tbe articles of Bug
gies and 2:40 horses. . ..... ... i
Bis Stable ia bow kept immediately back of
the Samiisel House. Customers can .always Bad
some person to attend to them either at tbe Sta
ble or the Sampsel Mouse. Passengers carried from
Ashland in auy direction, at moderate rates.
ay 17, 1M54. astf.
10 Marble basts of Clay, 'at.
100 ...,";' Webster.ati.
,100 " Calhouo, at .
60 elegant Oil Paiatinga, In '
splendid gilt iramea,
aize 3i4 ft. each:...t.
100 elegnnt Oil Paintings, 3x2
ewt each,. '.. .. . i '
510. steel plato Engravings,-,
: brilliantly , co wired in .
. . ; oil, vich gilt frame
24x30 in each,.. .
10,000 elegant steel plate Km.
' . graving., colored in oi1, .
ullhe Washington Moil i
r nment, 20x26 in ea... '
237,000 steel plate engra-
vinga, from 100 differ- ;
ent plat a now in pos
session ofand owned by
the Artists' Union, of. -the
market valaa.of from '
0cta. to 21 each.... , .
. 1 firat class Dwelling, in 31st .',
et,-N.-Y. City.. .":
22 Building Lou in 100 and '
i- . : lOlat staN; Y. 'Citr: ,
' each 25x100 ft: deep, at
100 Villa Sites, containing
each 10,000 aq. lest io I:-
the suburbs ol N. Y. Ci
ty, and commanding m
-? magnificent view of the)
Hudson River and Long
- ' Island Sound , at. .... .
20 perpetual loan a of cash,
t - without interest, or se
- carity, of $250 each,. '
60 perpetual loan of cash,
- -. without interest, or aa-.''1
7. entity of $100 each,'..'
100 perpetua. loans el cash, : .
without interest, or e-
curity, xtf $S50 each... '
250 perpetual loans of eaah '
' without interest or aaetf ';!
'"-'' rily ef $30 each ....'
2,000 perpetual loahs of cash- V
. wlthost -interest br se-
arity of $6 each. . "f;
loo lO.oory
VOiOO"
, J0,000) .
100'i
loo
.lOO :
' t.0"'
' ' "- -'
it'
.if:'.
; i fijOOd.vsr
VJ6,00fJ
,- :n
i
p.ocir;-
, 40,000
, i
i,boo'
; 12,000 ;
22100:
P.BT
--f f .1
500
:' - '' tat
... 60,0M
...
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8,oo! ,3
7:,,6oa'r
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' Reference in tegard to the Real" Estate, F." '
J. Visscheb fe Co., Real Estate Broktra, New' '
York. Orders (post, paid) with money enclosed
te be addressed, .. J.W. HOtBltOOE,'
. - , Sec'y,605 Broadway,J. Y- '
SCrThe Encravinsa iu tha Cataloana are now
j raaay.Mir aenvery. . moav

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