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morning ia the town of Aahlaad, A. Maud ce.
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dlE AT EX6IT13HEHI II
mim. m, Bum
. Marian-jaet parcbaaed a eapeab aow pi
a ad added large lot of now typo o oar already
ateaenro aaaortmeet of Job materials, we are
now propped ta asacate, ia a stylo that caaaot
bo saroaaeed by aar office ia this section ol
Books ., . Roade, Labels, . Cirealars,
Cards, J Drafts, ... Receipts, Ifotee,
Pasters." . Rille. ' Checks, Maaifisste
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'PAMPHLETS, PEUGRAMMES. POSTEKS,
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- Decorative . . ....... -
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faiitagiv sattsTactioa. All oadera promptly
attended to. '
.ALL KINDS OF
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lope eaaeraatly on baad and for sals at tkia of-
eaw Onr Biaaka aro neatly printed aad on the
bast qwariry of paper, aad give general eatisfsc
.. eioe with thoee who have uecd them. Orders
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-; JB00XS AND STATIONARY ! .
: O Stargt a B-Mkvlt:r, !UUaer, Ac.
-- ; MANSFIELD, OHIO
Haa las, received a large and splendid assort
nt at - ;
s 'BOOKS, AsffcRICAN AWD FORPIG5. STAPLst
- , . ARO VAtiCf STAHOliliKY.
The new additions now made to his already
. Large Stock, eaabiee him to 11)1 any orders with
' which his paturons may favor him. and apoa the
wasr or Tanas, fie has also. Just completed er
veaceatenta for rciving new and valuablo publl.
" aationaaa soon as published,
Amorie his fine Mock of Stationery Just opened
-wilt be funnd all the new sty lea of White aad
Fine Letter, Cap Bath Post, plain and gilt s'gr.
Folio commeTciii note and m vav raver.
Also, the new style of tinted rJnrr and damask
Koto aad Letter Papers, with Envelopes to raaU-h ;
Kuvrlopes of all styles. Buff, Whits and fancy ;
. Bununiea ana plain risiune aru : zote tiraits.
Copyiaa Uooks, Copying lasHe, PortfolioKaakeis
Cases, Post Offiice anil Bill Head Boxes, L- Cai
. eaders. Cold and Klecl Peas. Ouilm. Writlur Fluid
' Camtns Inks, Ink Jtsnds vt all kinds. Pencils
Seels, wax, aiers. rapey Wcl-;litii. Letter and
Hill C'lip Idler Mamrn, Ivory Kotjers, Willing
Pads, BloUin Pads, luk l-:rasnre. Sand Bosr,&c,
fcc. Also a fine Slock ol utlcry, from ibe best
Cits, Journals, Ledgers. Ch Rooks, full
' m KH4ks. Pam Books. .Memorandum lltoks,
JHa ii ere. Kvery dcscrjpliou . Blai:k .Work
tatade to tirdcr.
M riipiti- I'acrsad Tsiuc, nhitc aud Cray
JDcneet iu.a.il.riu, t tc. . .
. Law. riciical axd School Books.
lie has ur.w acnmplete stock of Law, Medical,
Thaotoeical.Kchool and Standard Ltlccaty .Books,
whica) ha oo"c,s at very low pi lecs. A ltd. a very
targe assortment of
'Window Cnrtalus. Rordrrs Pi re Board VH ws, drc
Itjf1"h',d adjoining County Merchants he
.woaidaod that be is now prepared to fjll order
for Books and Btatiorery at the lowest Tales, and
n good terras.
. . - D. STUKGES.
ifaBrfiald.Kov.SS. 1854. 7mS7
EXTENSIVE SALE OF
HEAL AND PERSONA JL.
: f23 p zm
" 1 tats of Hamilton Arthur, dueased, will
mm II at Pontic Vandaeoa the premiaea, in the
vwn nfAsblaad, Aahlaad County, Ohio, on
. - Saturday, Dcceutbcr 24, 1854,
ceniniencing at 9 o'clock, A. M-, oa aaid day,
the following valuable BEAl. tiiTATK, to
wit t Aboat li acre of lead, ia the tows or Aah
laad, oa which is avtaUed a near two-story
' frame Dwelling House. 6 by 28 ; two stables,
tae small out-hoaso, a good well of water,
irnit tree, coastatiag oi Apple, Paach aad
" PI aeon. Also a good doalile-geared -
faid MilHs in good n raaing order, aad will
saw 3000 feetia IS hoars, aad has all the need
aaaary aparatns for rnning. The location ofaai
ill na tbo beat iatlie Co. sad althongh raaaiag
tgbt and day fails to saoet the deaaaad made
- ,pn rm. awv.ii mvhs who sou V ic. will
be sold the following
to wit j I good Log Wagon, I horse, I Baggy,
. I set single Harness, S yka ofUzon, a Saddle
and Bridle, aad numerous other articles.
TERMS OF SALE. Real Katato Oae.
third cash ia hood; one-third in wine months,
the day of aale. Back payments aeenred by
mortgage on Ike premises,
eeveooal Property Terms made known oa
day ( aale. . THOMAS ARTHUR,
.. r.- ' MARGARET ARTHUR,
Exec a tors at Ham too Arthur, dec.
Aahlaad, Nov. 36, lA4. 4wS7
Heir Boob Bindery.
WOULD inform the eitixoas ol this piaco,
that he haa permaaeatly located in this
place and is prepared to do all kiada of tea.
. BOOK BIWD1HQ! V
- ia the latest rind, must usKionable styles. Hia
1 -. -Aw II U' ln.l..fria HiiAk
Btoro, Maia Street, Aahlaad, f. .
TO A liberal share ol the patronage ia ao
licited. Nov. 30, 1854. H I; .
IHAVK SOLD OUT I and ahall leave the
place in twa weeka. These who know
AUmir accounts are araeitled will please call
nrithin that time and those who do not will
bm rnfvnucd through the papera ; for after two
aeeks I intend to publish a lis, of their aames
' and the asnneat they owe me, for their ialor-
matiua. it will sue me mo expense oi raa
'aiiag after then, and the expense of publishing
J will defray. JAMES M. ALLEN,
AT . t . l o a a J t I
MiQ.onois AH4M1. narawiro lcri.cib.
Ashland, Nov. 27, 8$4.
Ltt Ik waUkwrd th matpl he, Aspsol When
men become so infatuated with power, either la
possession or expectancy, as to run off attar every
new dogma, aad at the oldding of their Imperial
masters, pass laws In direct violation of the plain
est principles of our republican institutions, it be
comes the Vox Popull to rise la their might, wlth
ootdistinctloa ofparty, and compel our servaata to
repeal those obnoxious porloas of oar lawa that
strike at the mot of our independence. So, also
psystcally ; when mea run on sner every new
tangled nostrum opened to th public. Tbey not
oaly radaneer their own, but tbe Uvea of their
hmlMna friends. It Is therefore w'th Dleaaure
wo agata recommend to tbe afflicted the aae of
McAkisraa's axa-ajaauno' Oinam, an old and
wellrted remedy, and almost certain cure far
Boras, B raise". Cuts, Weave Is. Bcald Head. Agae la
tha breast. Corns. Spinal Affections. Fevers, and
all Febrile dlaeaaes, too numerous to mention.
That by restoring tbe insensible perspiration. Ilea
ables the system to throw off all the olds woro oat
particles, thereby restoring to mm ana peneci
lUith Onr ulii hv 1. B. F.Sarapseldf CO.. aad R.
R.Chnbb e eo-. Ashland : J. McCrory, Mifflin : T
wr rniip irrvsville: D. B. Stoekmsn. Loudon
ville: L. Spencer d CO.. McKay; J. Ktnninser A
eo. HaTesviHerHaaerman and Bochanaa, Hayes.
Ville; Coulter and Ooedwln. Lamyette; w . epen
... a. Aihion? J. J. Wriabt. Sullivan: Michael
KrleVe-Oranax: ft. 8. See, CO.. Savaaah ; K. F.
Bealy.Troy. , 1,n7
Tl ESPKCSFULLY annooncea to-the- public mat no naa purcnasoa inn si-,o
XX mcrly owned by P. & 3. Riasor, at Roxnor's old eland, and is no a ld:.ig therct.i th i
larrraat Irs r C nanfap .
FALL AND WI N TE RGOODS,
that haa been brought to Ashiand during the present season ".People's Emporium" not except
ed hZ had many year, of cxpc.ionce in the goods buaine... ho ha. spared no pain, in
?ha aolction. of hi. .lock, ao that It would be peculiarly adapted to the want, of the people,
- .'vr wwiwww "
A LIST OF -LANDS AND tftWK .LOT;, retnrnod delinquent, en oath, by James W. Boyd,
Treaaarar of Aahlaad County, Ohio, fur tho-nen-paymeat of the Taxea of IhOS and 1854, to
gether with the interest sad penalty charge! thereon, by roasoa of said deliaqaeacv.
! IP H y h
5 S S : - ;, - 5 5- TAX AND PENALTY.
OWNERS NAMES. g S pT ittOF eECTION. , S
' D. V. M.
. y v
A Wonderful Discovery has recently bees made
by Dr. Cart is. of this city. In the treatment of con
.Min,uihmi and all diseases of the lanes.
we refer s- it. i inir, " " '
mm, v.nol and cberrr syrup." 'Within this new
utkrd tka Dr. baa restored many emicted ones to
perfect health ; Sa an evldenae of which he haa
Unnmerable certificates. Speaking of the treat
meat a physician remarks: It I. evident that In
haJina constantly breathing an agreeable. heaUag
,. atMlicinal sropreties most come In dl
. Ukik-VknlBAf IK. Ml, Uttt
of the langa. and tbua escape the many aad varied
.k.n.e. arodaced upon them when tntrodaced In
to the stomach, and aabjeet to the process el dl
sestloa. The Hygeaaaia for aale at all the drug.
mjmXB taraagnii si 1 1 r t r - - -
Sen adverUsement of Medicated Inhalation In
caaothar columneof this paper. lyS ,
VTA Sacnn ron run Laaraa How to Paa
1L r S n. chalk. Lillv White, or
any of the so called .osmetics, to conceal a faded
or sallow complexion. If yon would have tea
XLZThrouaht back to your cbeek. a clear, healthy
'.a .r.nl akin, aad life and vigor In rased
through tae system, get a bottle of Carter's Span
ish Mixture, aad take il according to directions.
It doss not taste quits as well as your sweetmeats ;
J 1 ? tTT " - 7 ,i . .a. do sol find Tour health
aad beauty reviving, your step slaetic and vigorous,
mB the whole system refreshed and Invigorated
ib. . u.w4n. noniini. then rour case ia hopeless.
aad all the valuable certificates we poses, go for
caaaht . It Is the greatest pari tier of the -blood
known ; la perfectly harmless, and at tha same time
powerfully emoecloea. See adverttaament. 4W.84
Married, On the 21st insl., by the Rev. A.
8cott, at the residence of fir. Shaw, Mr. RO
BERT HALL, aud Mis. CHARITY McLAIN,
both oT Milton township.
Oa the same day, by the same, Mr. NEW
TON BEBOUT, aad Mia. MARYrJANE 8HIP
LET, bilh of Clearcreok towaship- . "
WOULD fake Uis opportumty of tendering his
tbanke to bis friends, fur their kind and liber
al patronage heretofore and be hopes so to conduct
himself iorhis profession, as to HUH Merit Uieir
; HUroaaee. toseUwa- with ail oteors who disira to
I ondact him ia hts nrorTession. hia orBca Is im the
Bookstore of M, il- Jmbolf, Kcarjy ounosila the
Stove Store of Kciuor Kisser c Co. where be wiJJ
le foaad at all times except when professional
There will he an 'examination of Teachers held
in Ashland oa Saturday, December . 1854.
P. gSUTU. Clerk,
Kov.OT'.h 1854, a sr. 27
4ed. In Londocville, on the twenty-nrat
inst., of Typhoid fever, Mrs. SARiK MATIL
DA SCOTT, wife of Dr. -A. J. 8foTT, and
daughter of Dr. Frttaa, ia her tweaty-roartn
For eight year she wi. a mombcr of the M.
fj. Church, was married to him, who now de
plore her loss, on tho 30ih day of Mareh,
1S62. Her remain, were followed lo the grave
by a large concourse of frionds, but her happy
apirit haa gone " where there alkali be no more
death." Coat. '
NOTICE is hereby given that the uadcraign
has been appointed as administrator of
tho estate of Joint A. Casio, deceased, lalo of
Milton township- Ashland County.
HUfill 11URNS. :
Ashland. Nov. 30, 1854. - 3w-
cilDDA.Q.Q ALL COPilP. TI TORS,
awn . . .. ... ....i 1 .Ilk. .Al.l In. mm
..I il ilnarn asa bxea I8CI " mil UIB uua .....
I"" ' .. . . . ... - e -tn;,i,M mnA hnt Ihev must either
rsean fell, that I am in tne ring i j
their nrofita or Quit tho business
any of my
1 have raised the btnner ol yj..
mV BOOK STORE!
WiSIIKS to Inform the citizens of ABbiand and
adioiulug counties, that he has just received
and veill keep constantly on head, the largest and
beat assortment of
Books, tationery, Iuks, Wall Paper,
Ac., ever before offered to tbe public in this parr
of tbe country.
He haa taken the room formerly occupied by the
Banking Hoase of Luther, Crall dc Co.. and directly
opposite the , .. .
,;NEW BAXtfK: .j3UIL.DINCrS!
Having purchased hia. Mock .directly from Pub
ii.h.r. .1 emsh nrices..And holdina A connsction
with an extensile. Publishing House in New York
City. Me ice is. warranicu in saying, uw w
pects to distance all competition.
Hia stock will consist la part of all the various
Scnooa Boo as now in use. the choieest standard
MISCELLANEOUS WORKS 1-
it tha wsaent irasllcations. Bibles of all sixes, dis
cretions and prices, ta we Uisdac tea assortment ot
Inks, la laci, evvryuuug usuany w '
Stores. . - ... ... i
Particu'ar attention ia called to tbe Stationery
Wall-Paper Departments. The subscriber hsa no
t .Mi.t Inn 1 1 navine that he can rive the most en-
alloyed eatisfsction to those who are in want of
Paper, envelopes, uiaax-oooss, steraoranaums.
Pass-Hooks, Diaries, Wail-Paper, Ink., Ink Stands,
or anything of the kind.
Lawyers and business men, in particular, are
Invited to call and examine the quality and prices
of good, tbey may be in need of.
if. B. Trade supplied at Cleveland Wholesale
t"".- . .... -
AallUaVOa. ilUf -CattA, ItsTl a
How Is tbe time! Subscribe for 185$!
A Monthly Periodical of Literature, Arl
PETKHSO'S LADIES' "ATIONAL MAC AZIKE
For 1855. will contain aims kaadrsd mage of orig
inal doeelc-columu Beading Matter . about thirty
Steel Platea. aad nearly three hundred lllsstralions
asgraved on wood. -
. - ITS THRILLING ORIGINAL STOKIBS
are from tho best authors, and written expressly
lor It. Kvery volume containa one or more or airs.
Ana S.Stephens' copyright Novels, tbe colebrated
author of -Fashion and Famine." Tbe Press and
the Public pronounce it the mnst readable of the
alagaxtees, it is strictly moral, ana mi sonny
American, as its aame Implies. . -
ITS SUPERB MKZZOTlnTS A 5 D OTHB R STEKL
are tbe best published anywhere; are executed for
it by the first artists ; aad. a,t the cad of each J ear,
are alone worth the subscription.
ITS COLORED FASHION PLATES,
are th only reliable ones published in A m erica, and
ate magnificently colored plates, i oa raria, iron-
don, Philadelphia and new York Fashions, arede
scribed at length, each month. Ita department for
CROCHET WORK, EMBROIDERY.
Netting, Horticulture, and Female 'Equestrianism,
are always well filled, profusely illustrated, and
rich with the latest novelties.
It is (as sss iUdi' JMVurest la f As werfd I 7Vy
it far asar II ,
TERMS ALWAYS IN.ADVANCE:
One copy, one year. -
Three copiea, for ona year........... 5..0U
Five copies, for one year............ 7.A0
Eight copiea, for oue year, 10.00
Sixteen copiea, for one year,........ SU.00
PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS.
To averv oeraon getting up a club, our "Gift-Book
of Aft for 1855," with 50 .teel engravings, will be
given, or a volume of the magaxine for 1854: For
a clab of sixteen, aa extra copy of tha magaxine for
I8U will aa asat tssMilus.
Address, mast maid, CHARLB8 J. PETERSON,
103 Cacsaat Straat. Phil,
JJj Specimen, sent gratis.
HETVUN THAT BOHROWED FRO. !
PEUTVI 7. - j
THE peraou, or persons, who bo'rV6wd a
pair of riiers, a small steol Hatn'trieV, a'od I
a glass Lantern, will confer a laror on uie nn- j
dorsigoed j,, returning them Immediately--or i
'. as acaa aa they can dispense with the use l I
bem. r WM. RAI?TON. ?
Xov. 30, 1b64. 9w i
Eieeator'i Sale atf Heal Eetmte,
NOTICE ia hereby given, that in purauance
of an order ol Sale diroctcd to us from
the Probate court ol Ashland county, unto,
made at tho November Term thereof, 1S54,
we will offer for aale on the premises the fol
lowing described Real Estate, to wit : a part
of the north-west quarter of section seventeen
17) Township number twenty-two (S2,) Range
number sixteen (16,) containing ono and one
fourth acre of land more ro icaa witn tne priri
lasea aad aoDUrtenancea thereunto belong
ing, being known a. the Arthur Saw Mill prop.
arty,a Sauirday the 23d day of December next,
betweea the haul a ol U ocioci, a. m., ana
4 odocs P. M. of said day. Tcrmaof bale
one third cash, one third m nine months, and
one third in two yeara. Back pay menu to be
secured by iartj;age oa tUo prautieoe, with
interest on same iroio day ol aaha.
THOMAS t.. ARTHUR, and
Eiccutir of the Estate of H. Artliur, decd
KELtoorJ'Sr Alli.qw, Atty IbxttTx.
meir pronta or qui mo - ? . ,
QUICK SALES AND SJEE ALL P.B 0 F I T S!
and .hall Bght under it to the last. My stock embraces every styl e and f.ncty "
LADIES' WINTER DKEbo uyyiS!
w.. E..ii.k p,,i,n American Gingham., Moreitoa.. Paramettaa, Muslins, Plaid,
kerchieis, double and single .
BROS H..A, . S H A VV L.S !
to which I eall special attention. - Barred and Black silks, Emproiderio-i.Glovea. Hosiery. Rib
. SiikvS vet Silk Satin, and English Straw llonnets, trimmin a to mit, and in abort,
LADIES' & 'CHILDREN'S SHOES!
which can beaold at pricea that will make the leather merchant. .tare. So come alo.g
t.Aim. sad il von will favor uewith a eall yon shall not go away dissatisfied.
Well. Gentleman, your eye. have never Men nor your heart, conceived o the rtehes .which
. ku. i. lor os. Yo-i needn't aia oi iwru uu.r. -- J- " v.-...-,
Casaimereo, Battineta, Tweeda, Jeana, VeaUnga, Bout, and Shoea,
TJE2 0 S3 QSJ afcb. ir- a
and evertbinff which ia needed to rig put tne " mortal main - in - .u . wU.
r. fo at ,o5r o-a prices. What- the difference if your taxe. .are W&W:
- j rx v rv I. rt i . a
O U PENSWARE
i. ...I. Tiill ,nili.Amnl.tftlMArtmAnt ol
are, Family Groceries, " - r -V
tth V S K 1 P. 1 !' O l D !
-i. .'..,;-nlhx further. Soffic it to aay that my atock will not loose in cosnpariac
" 7 . Vi i oither in ooality, quantity or prtco. i am umormineu mi i
I am determined thai the good
'eg poata " of the Emporium, have bee. moved up atreet u r.- -V-
tho reception oi viaitors. All l'8"" -.7 ,kind-',-
.hall dOUDl out tnose vm sw " ,
Uken ia exchange lor goods, and e.sh alw.y. acceptable. r CASH paid for CW Srf and
for- . 86-tf.
Ashland, November zzoa, 100. . -
FAEEE FOR SALE.
THE undersigned will sell his tract of land, one
aiila north of Jeromeville. Ashland County, 7
miles from Ashland, contain Ing aeoemty acres about
twenty-five acres cleared, and the balance of the
beat quality of timber. For further particulars call
on tbe substriber at bis office lu Jeroineville.
Nov.9P, 1854. -. j. r.wwaa.
HAVE A HAT, SIR?
, HOW ARBIVIKU AT THE
i N immense, assortment ol now
X and Fashionable
HATS AND CAPS!
for the summer season, of foreign
and domeatic manufacture, con
list ing of a large variety ol
from 93 to $5; Kossuth Hat from 60 cla. to
2.50i Maivnr Hats, trom l to 83: Otter
Hats, from 2 10 S3, .00; a large assortment of
1 A IN A MA IIAISSI
considered the most tasty, comfortable and dur
able sunime Hntr cow in use, from 92 to 93,
SOtLeirhnrn, from 75 to 61,25; Beaver Hats
from $3,50 to 85. Also a complete assortment
CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
Also, an endless variety ol Men', and iloy'a
SUMMER II ATS !
and all kinds of Children's Hats. It would bo
useless to attempt to enumerate the"enTire
slock ,ns it is admitted on all hands to be the
nrgest and best selected slock 01 nats, ever
brourkt to Ad,laml Vouaty. 1 ho subscriber
respectfully requests thu public to call aud
examine In. stock, whether tbey buy or not.
The subscriber il pay. cash lor any quanti
ty of b'hocp Pelts, delivered nt his Store, op
posite the Franlin IIouso, and one door East
ul the Post uuice, ASinano, trnio.
Ashland, April 19th, 1S54. n4.Stf
R. D. B Ol CE,
HAVING removed bis Stock ol Hardwaro to
the New Bank Building-, one door Knst
of the Bank. and a lioiuing liotchkiss Butter
Store, invites the uttentiov of those in want of
of any description, to call and examine..! Tbe,
Goods being almost entirely new, aad, tat. the
latest styles, he oilers great inducements l
buyers. Hi. steck eoinpr'aes .. , . j
all lerj an.l Coach Trimmings!
Cutlery, Axea, Adzes, Broad Axes and other
eoged Tools; Sash, Doors, Blinds, Glass and
Pally, Door Latchea and Bolts, Butts, cast,
wrought and braas ; Screws. Horse Rasps,
Filca, teel ad Try Square., rianea, PiHne
Irons, hsnd, panuH rip, cross-cut, mill -nd
wood Saas, brass pillar, Japan'd and brigh'
Candlesticks, NiiufTers and Tray., Shovels and
Tongs, Forks and Shuvela, Pump Chain, Wheela
aad Boxes, Pine rubeiug, a new article of
GALVANIZED PUMP TUBEINU !
which exceed all others, and tbe only place it
is to be had in town. Gun-barrels, Lock, and
Trimmings j Trace, Log, Cable, Halter, Dog
and Cow Chains ; Sad Iron and Stands, Strap
Hingea, T Hiagea. Hinge and wrought Nails,
Braaa Kettles, CotTea Mills,
Lininga and Boot Morocco, Patent Dark Leath
er, Oil and Enameled Leather, Patent Seating
and colored Leathcre, Enameled Cloths, plain
and figured; Braas Bsnda, Wrenches, "Sets,
Wagon and Buggy Boxea ; Steel and Steel
Springe, Wagon aad Carriage Axlea, Bolts f
all sixes from 11 to six inc es long; iron fr
Wagons and Buggioa; a large assortment of
Bar Band, Rod and Hoop Iron on hand and for
sale at low 6gar-s.
sssfirtod sixes ; Paints, tills, Turpentine, White
lead, Zinc, Bruahea, G!n and Flour Cloths.
Damaaka, Twiae, Curled Hair and Moss, Web,
Shoe Thread. , . (. -
CABINET MAKERS AND UNDfiYlTKERS
Ton can here find a complete assortment o
Cotfim Trimmiaga, Handles Electro Plated,
Bronzed aad Japan'd Plates, Fancy .Butts,
Screws and Collin lacks, Fronch Glass cut to
order for the Lids, Mahogany Knobs, Chest,
Cupbourd, Till and Pad Locks, Cantors, Brace,
an Bitts, Chisels, Augurs and Aug irB.tts,&c.
30 dos. A. While & Sons' celebrated AXES ;
alao, 4 boxesot those extra Double-Steel Axes,
going fast Having been appointed Agent lor
tho sale of those Axes exclusively; you can
only procure the genuine of me in this place;
nil warranted, aad in case of a return no ques
tions aaked. A large lot of
H AMES AND FAD TREES,
of different styles, just received and for aale
A word to those of rnr surrounding villages :
Anything in the J
II A IS II W A K I- IjI I li!
can be fuund here, and you can pnrchaao at
better figures of me than elsewhere. My long
experience and acquaintance in this County en
ables me to bring before the people such goods
as will auit their wants, aad at auch price, as
ALL COMPETITION ASIDE!
Having permanently secured the service, of
Mr. James H"Wteb, who will ba happy to wail
on hia numerous friend, and customer, at all
BdCTAemcinbcr the place N'ew Bank Build
ings, adjoioing the Bank.s
All ordera for goods promptly attended lo.
R. D. BOICE.
A.hla nd, Nov. 15, 1854. 23tf.
tinardlan'S Sale of Heal Instate.
NOTICE is hereby, given, that in purauance
of an order of e'alo to. ma directed from
the Probate Court of Ashland! County, Ohio,
made at the November Term' thereof A. D.,
1854, 1 will otfei lor snlo,.on the premise, in
Lafayette, Richland Connly, Ohio, on Satur
day, tho v3d dsy of December, 1854, tho fal
lowing described prcmiso, to wit : Being lot
number twenty four (2 l,V an-thn village of La
fayette, Richland County, OUs, with the privi
lege, and appurtenances thereunto belonging,
subject to the dower Estate of -Amy Church,
on .aid premiaca. 'forms of Sale one half
cash, in hand, one half in One yrar .from day
ol aalo. Secured by mortgage on. thoproaii
seuwith interest thereon frum.'ltavtef ante. ,
AMY ClirRCU, .uardian.
Kem.ocg St Allisor, lor Pct'r.
Nov. 22, 1854. 4w26
froa Simoo ,.18 19 10
Craig Jahn ,16 19 SS
Doty Lot 19 26
France Wi lia tl IS 19
Fredenberger 4. 18 19 13
Hannawalt Mary -J6 19 4
Hefner Henry 16 19 8
Larwell J. H. , 16 19 t
Myor. Peter IS 19 10
Stickler John - 16 19 l
Smith B. 16 19 27
StullG. L. ' 16 19 II
Wierick Joaeph :
Cline Samael '
Evan. Mary Ann
Taylor- W aa-haira) 16
Bulger Michael - 16
Brindle Simon .. 16
Charlton 8. (heir. 16
Jacobs John 18
Kellonn Sane Burr 18
Neff Christiaa a- 16
North north east
South west i sonth wed
East 1 north east
West 1 south west
Bonlb 1 south east
Part south wast
South east 1 north west
North Part north west
Part south east 1 north east
North east 1 eouth west
South want 1 north east
- North east
I . Part aouth east north east 1
7 North part easlj aouth east 13
0 North wea cor aoath west A 143
19 Part aouth east 1 south esst 7 18-46 ;
30 Boath weat part south west 9 ' 91 .
8 North east eor aoath weat 6 171
11 North weat cor aoath eaat 1( 88
II North east eor south west 2t 86
S6 . South east cor north east 4 114
80 19 0 '-86 4
40 SA "A 09 '0
SO 843 7 fi "8
60 160 5 83 7
CO 111 1 S3 6
IS IC9 8 14 9
40 34 4 69 9
62 127 0 13 8
SO 61 I 99 -9
40 171 4 03 0
40 34 1 89 A
160 1396 SO 80 9
Campbell D. Sea. 16 83
4na , 16 93
- Same t, - 16 93
G hast Joseph ; . 16 23
Haxol Hngh 16 23
Kellogg Sage 16 23
Slonuui Willard 16 23
Chesroand Lewis IS 20
Coleman John rl5 20
EverhartGeo - 10 20
Miller Geo . 15 20
Cooper Henry ' 15 21
Earnst John ' 10 21
11 arpster Michael 15 91
Moore Thomaa 15 21
Slater James . 15 91
Eaker Abraham ' 10 92
Freedline Catharine 15
Johnson Mary 15
Byera Frederick Id
Morris Jane 15
Overhuluer M 15
Suniinerloo A Park 15
33 North part north eaat
0 Weat part aouth east
5 Sonth eaat .oath weat
30 South part aouth cast
17 Part aoath wed north weat
17 Part north we.t
0 Sou.h we.t
1 1 South eaat part aouth west -
14 Eaat i north we.t
14 North part north aast ." .
30 South we.t part soath east
10 North west part s.onth west
22 North west part .outh eaat
13 North east -
4 Part north east- .
92 Booth east part north eaat
10 East 1 eoutti eaat
19 ... South weat
88 East north east
0 North part west t .oath eaat
II North part west i north eaat
33 South ast part south eaat
10 East I south west
St Part north east i -
it 21 North east cor. north eaat J
22 29 Part north eaat I
82' SO Center part aorlh west!
33 ' 7 South part also 40 661'
23 30 Sonth w p't s w 6 140
33 30 Middle p't o i . w 4 -987
23 6 South p't w a e 80 1049
B' C. TICKNOR ha. removed to the .tore.
, room directly under the Shield & Han-'
ner office, where he i. opening and offering for
(ale, at tha eery lowest gricti, and extensive as
ENTIRELY NEW BOt -KS,
MUa'IC, BLANK BOOKS,
WALL iAPr R. CU'l LERY,
PA PER MACHIA GOODS,
and a variety of ofhrr funcy articles, scloctrd
with care in the Eastern ma-kets. Ha respect
fully s-ilicita the patronage of I ho people, and
hopes by strict attention to busineas, to give
sa'isrjction to Ina old Iricnd aad customers
N. H. " Tho rinMic are wanted not to bo de
ceived or mirlcd by fiiiiUiii; our nine kftacfird
to any other ostab. ishnipnt in town.
ManniicM, Nov. l "i. 1S.04. 24lf
WHAT EVERV VVOWIAh SHOULD KNOW.
ALAKKOX WALKER aunounccs to the public
that he Is now predated to make collius on
the shortest notice, at prices much. less than tbey
are made at any oilier shop AshlniKl. He cau be
Irruod at Krlccbbaura's old shop. 3d st , Anhlaud.
May Ttt, 184. 12tf
Every woman should know Uiat if nhe is In poor, sickly.
debilitated condition of health, making existence a burden
to herself and a source of painful anxiety to her rein tires
and friends, and perhaps, (horrlbis reflection I) entailing
and inflicting her own maladies and sufferings npon bar
children, that It la her duty lo understand why and from
what cause her sufferings arise, that remedy and renef
may, while yet there is tlms, be availed of, tbe oauiss ba
avoided In future, and her health restored, that ah. may
ha fitted for the duties and capable of tbe enjoymanla ef
Let every woman look at the emaciated form, tbe death
like, complexion, the deep-burled, lustreless eye, tha sunk
en cheek, tbe gloomy and depressed spirits, tbe shattered
nerves, the prostrate and helpless condition of many a
wife, mother, daughter, or sister. If not herself Included,
within her- own circle, whose days are days of agony, and
ask herself, "Must this continue f Must this bet Is
there no remedy f No relief t No hope f
Tbe remedy la by knowing the closes and avoiding
them, and knowing the remedies and benefiting by thank
These are pointed out In
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BT DR. A. M. MAORICEAO,
raoraasaa or Disaasis or wcaixx.
Ona ItmmdrmllA Kdittom. (300.000. 18ao pp. KO.
- oa mm rim, cxtjla bisoiko, ft 00.
Every complaint to which a woman is subject, aro -
hood to womanhood, as also aa wife and as moth w
fy described, with the causes, the symptoma, aa d
per mode or treatment. In a plain, simple, but In h -chaste
language, easily understood. And thus every a
man can discover, by oompartog ber own symptoms with
those described, the nature, character, and cause, of her
coanpbdnt; and ba spared much anxiety and suffering.
Tbe wile about becoming a mother haa often need of
Instruction and adviee ef the utmost Importance to bar
luture health. In respect to which her sensitiveness tor-
bids consulting a mrdleal gentleman, wftt find saeb In
struction and advice, and also explain many symptoms
which otherwise would occasion anxiety or alarm. .
How many are suffering from obstruct lorn or lrrvgnlart.
ties peculiar to the female system, which andermlne tha
health, the effects of which tbey are Ignorant, and far
which their delicacy forbids seeking medical adviee f How
many suffer from proiapaua vteri (falling of. tha womb),
or from Jtuor qlbuajwn knees, debility, Ac.) f How many
are In constant agony for many months preceding coulne.
mentr How many have difficult. If not dangerous deliv
eries, and alow and uncertain recoveries t Borne whose
Uves are hssarded during such time, will each find In Ha
pagss the means of prevention, amelioration and relief.
How many bitter momenta, how much anguish, might
have been spared lo the sufferer, to her husband, lo ber
relatives, by the timely possession of this Uttle vctuma.
It Is Impracticable to convey fully the various subjecta
treated of, as they are of a nature strictly Intended for
tha saarried, or those contemplating marriage.
But no husband, wife or mother are excusable If tbsr
still continue in Ignorance of those physiological taws, by
tne knowledge of whieh their own health and happiness,
as also the f nture well-being of their children, are secured.
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL
.COMPANION "tea standard work of established reputa
tion, found classed In the catalogues of the great trade
sales In New York, Philadelphia, and other dues, and
sold by,U the principal booksellers in the United States.
It was first published In 1S4T, since which tune
FIVE HTJHBKZD THOUSASD COPIES
have been sold, of which there were upwards of -
OXK HbjlkEliTUOESaHD SE.1T BY I1IL
attesting thohlgh estimation la which II Is held as a rsiuia
ble popular Medical
BOOK FOR EVErtY FEMALE $
the author, having devoted his exclusive attention to tha
treatment of complaints peculiar lo females, la respect la
which be uv yearly consulted by. thousands. ;
In conseqqenee of the universal popularity of the work,
as evidenced by its extraordinary sale, various Imposi
tions have been attempted by Imitations of title-page, -parlous
editions, and surreptitious Infringement, of jsopy.
right, as weft upon booksellers aa upon tbe public ; It haa
seen found necessary, therefore, to
CAUTION THE PUBLIQ
to buy no book unless the words Dr. A. M. MacaxCBAV,
429 Liberty street, N. Y.," are on the title-page, and tbe
entry in the Clerk's Office on the back of he title-page ;
and buy only of respectable and honorable dealers, or
send by mail, and address to Dr. A. M. Menrlceau.
VW Upon receipt of One Dollar V THE CAB
RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPAN
ION" is sent ( mailed fret to any part of tha United
States, the Canada and British ProYinees. All
letters must be postpaid, and addressed to Dr. A. X.
MAURICEATJ. Box 1224. Near York City. Pub
lishing Office, Na 139 Liberty Street, New York.
AGliNTS. K. K.1 Newman, Xorwelk.O.; W. B.
Earl, Maraillon, O.; A. Ilinckman, Salem ; John
Kaxton, Canton ; li. 'a'h. Flndlay, O.j Geo. Hall.
Ashtabula, O ; John rrtklna, Athens; S. A. pear, i
FlDdlav. Ohio. .
October IBtb, 1631. Omll
Vail Sarah -
Ferrel Jam is
Stuner Elta'h 8c B
1 South part south west 26)
1ft West part aouth east i
Soath part east ) north w
8uuth eaat part east aw
3a 33 Weal middle part South e 0) 90
25 Jp b outh wost cor. South east
1 3 B 8 Survey
I 3 Lot 11 S part
I 3 Lot 12 South west part
I 3 B S Survey
I 2 Lot 4 North part
I 3 Lot 6 North part
I 3 Lot 13 South aide
14 N S Survey
I 1 Lot 35
19 11 Lot ST South cast part 2SJ 359
Griffith P B (heirs
Tiileoa - Moltrlp
Ayres Isaac N
.Jlewart G If
Whitney B V
8 ate ef Ohio
King O H
Cos John H
Granger W K 1
Yoankar Jacob (heirs)
Uevia Hag a
Link John (heirs)
Buckley V C
My k rants Christopher
Topping ii H
North rp William
Avery Curtis t.
Doming O M
Nicholas J p
Lot hit Sr.iilh w niid'o part
OI iMonh east cor.
XjoudoxitTlllo ToVvn IjQts
Lot 17 M3
" 18 241
" 24 29
105 ; 171
98 - 200
I South ; 238
9 South ) 343
Lot 33 ,
131 S Aerea
- 97 .
. -. 130 & Acres.. , , .....
" - 7
Lot 91 9 feet
" W 1
" 8 10 feet
A.taT"i 1 nit cl Town Isots.
3 88 I 62 6
13 809 0 38 9
19 353 6 02 . 9
6t 1039 19 88 0
1 58 16 46 . 7
. 929 86 82 4
149 4173: 77 19 " 9
0 79 8 91 0
80 1564 36 08 9
140 9538 00 83 8
34) 713 13 SI 9
0 114 9 71 9
18 367 11 61 S
160 9635 . 65 . 90 1 7
30 186 - 0 ' - S6 9
7 339 S 96 4
80 1293 10 49 6
156 3145 47 SO 9
40 708 119 16 9
1 133 9 32 4
95 689 10 49 0
85 784 - 13 03 4
76 1513 10 67 8
89 1768 89 90 8
40 I5 14 22 9
11) 498 S 00 7
60 108 10 07 . 1
10 04 0
2 19 6
3 85 6
17 99 I
l 29 0 61 7
1 6 0 95 0
61 673 10- 16
99 416 0 98
1 93 0 70 1
15 216 - 8 23
10 132 I 98 0
3 60 0 75
i 7 ,1 47 8
96 1510 II 95 9
86 I 43 4
200 3 66 4
466 9 9
I 26 9
57 l 4 g
1 19 4
169 0 74 S
158V, 4 08 9
9 0 S3
9 0 89 I
3 69 9
"2 26 . I
91 t 31 6
s 9. l 6
1 tS 4
I '3 s
314 II OS "
8S4 3 -14 t)
Lot 61 143 85 53 B
u 17 1 3 4 ' . . a
" " - 084 23 , 13 a
Lot 69 - 80e 18 59 0
' fa ..... ea is a
" lie asm i os ' o
"117 - 114 10 - 45 - - J
77 East) 65 ia 87 ' I
" .B 2H5 ! as
" WI 314 7 00 '
Lot " 1 . 5T0 .' 17 . 4S 1 t
" 7 . ...
. . " IS
. " 1
ANDREW'S 2nd ADDITION.
" I North part
Ormige To-trvrrx X-iotw
Lot 3 '
DEMINO S ADDITION
f -JT 17 58
ll83 47. 39
- i ia
AS 4 M
46 It 53
8 17 50
. M li . eo
7 am 4
7 18 45
ltt tfl 1
114 fg 44
57 17 " 08
114 IT S
54 9 17
3M CD M
349 35 56
114 SO to
ISO 6 95
46 I 07
858 9 SJ
171 s as
91 3 49
114 4 41
125 4 as
114 4 79
114 4 .79
91 3 49
91 3 49
171 0 43
48 0 9S
114 2 73
47 I SO
74 9 40
37 1 38
Church B F.
Church B 0 (heirs)
Dufibcr Gcorgo. -.
; Same " ' " -' -Same
'.. " "'
' Eamo , j; , -8ame
McOomLB J oscph
JEROME VILLE TOWN
08a 5 83 .J
1(j0 i'4r?i7(- 6--57
C J-viiOtf 5,
. - 29. 061 JX.
, 57 1 04 4
40 . , 0 81, 1
y.i.40 - o 8i ;;i.
. 40 jo 03 V9
130. - 2r :53- 1
Bonder Gcorgo Lot 30 ; . . 342 : 4-r,C4 . 1
Freer Daniel - . . -Lot 63 .V- i '-.t ---34-2 - 7 ' 02
Frans Henry ; J - " . - 3 427 ',"11
Samo ..';'' 2 - : ' ' 57 ' ' 1
Kecfer Jacob " 25 ' ' "02 , 3
- Same- . , . 24 - . - - - 399 -7-
Wiutors Mobcb " 21 205
Same 56 ' '' ' - 23 '
, Samo ' :.. " J '! " 55; '. . , 23
SXZn.&'irU.Q.vsi wm Jiaasa
5 ' 18 0
0 ' 97 .2" .
IS 5 -
" . 53
. 10 .
Folton John 8
Imhoff Wm. H
Thompson S R -
Pugh Sarah Am.
- Lot 53 ; - :. :
38 . -
: 42 -' .. : - ' '
" 22 - '.
SULLIVAN TOWN LOTS.
. Lot 35 . ' "' '
.11 ;,0 84
67 ... . -I. ,32
5T. J "4i7
165- ,3: ;14
..5X, 1, ;17, .t3 -
171 4 69' 9
6 m 1
'6 09. rt
4 00 6
0 01 0
PERRYSBURGH TOWN LOTS.
- Lot 74 . ." t ' ..' . t 21
' POLK TOWN LOTS. , ..
Lot 38 L .-:-.86
67 ' 8
,0 -675; j
THE STATE 0? OHIO.
'Afditor's Office, Asuland Not. 21st. 1854.i-:
AnnT.anD CocliTT ss. It ia herebv certified that the-forerroinc U A true
list of Lands and Town Lois being and lying in the County of Ashland de
linquent for tbo Taxes, Interest and Penalty, of the. years A. D. 1853 and 1854.'
NOTICE , is hotdby given to all concerned that tho whole of the several tracts
of Lands, or to a lots, in said list contained as aforesaid, or so niuch thereof, aa
will Tbe neeesMry to nay the Taxes. Interest and Penalty 'charged thereon, will
Wa aM.l nt tlin Court llonse in said Countv" on the second Mondav nf -Tninmee-
. . - . - - J J I
A. L. 1855, beuiij' the 8th day of said moutb, by tlte County Treaaurer, , and to
continue from day today until all are sold or offered for 'sale, unless such Taxes,
Interest and Penalty be pa d botoro that tune. r . -; s .-A i
N Tl. Many Ticrsons owninc Laudsi or Town Lota in the fnre-crmn r T.mt r,v-o
j - a - v v q o " ""7
have paid their tax, interest and penalty oa the same,'bofure Abo second Monday
of January next. - Saoh pcraous need give themselves no -uneasiness, as we-will
compare tho list with tho Treasurer's books before selling the same: and all who
nave paiu previous io uai time win uoi do mciuucti in sucn aeinxuicnt, sale."'
26-3W. - - - - :. - " . -
CRYSTAL PALACE ; OUTDONE !!
HAIL, ALL IT AIL, TOE GREAT ARRIVAL OF NEW
1MB wrom v,
T. O. BUSHNELL , . '
RBSPECTFULLT beps leave to make his bow mgnin lo tho gooils-linying nuMic, ami ii).
Bounces that he has just received tbe largest, cheapest and best telerl'td :
01 llill AND WIHTER GOODS,
that has or will be brought to Ashland this fall. This he atateaas a fact, and challenges a c m-
psrisen. It cxcclls sll biB rormcr purchases, and is bound to be the t
s2jtmmin?sE e?ai& a? wsm msmm
A large portion of the stock will be Bold THIRTY-THREE TKll CENT CHEAPER than tho
same Goods have evor been sold in this market before. .. . ...
LADIES' DEPART W1EUT I '
In this department we have concentrated all our taste and energy, toprocuro ati ajsi.rtmcut
of DRESS GH)DS worthvthe attention and co mendation of the " better-half of -..ainn.
The extraordinary run which has made upon this stock since its arrival, speaks mors fur tho
assortment and cheapness of the Goods, than anything we can say. We have in the lino ol
DUES GOODS, Mnrenoes and Paramethas, from 28 cts. to gl ,00 per yard; plain all-6.l
Delaioea, of every color, Irom 33 to 60 cts. per ynrd , Muslin Delaines, laleatstylck,at prices
from 39 to 33 per cent, below last year's prices a largo assortment oi all-wool Moreno, Par
amenia, silk snd French Tlaids ; from 37 lo 87 cts. per yard ; an extensive assortment of fig
ured, changeable aud plain black silks. at much less prices than they h-tvo ever been sold in
this market ; Auction prices not excepted ; a complete assortment of Velvet and Galloon l5e.s
Trimmings I a great variety of Embroideries, Gloves, Hoslory, Ribbons, Of Bonnets we
have Silk Velvet, Silk, Satin and English Slrows of all kinds and qualities. As lo
LMSil! ' AMIS) MOIUDISIEitsI3 Inl -
Our slock csnnot ba sccelled either in quality or price. In short, ladiei , ava have nerer pre
seatsd a Caer assortment to the public, and earnestly invite your attention ta il.
We have alao endeavored to meet the wanta of the Lords of Creation ."large and small
in every respect. We have a large assortment of English, French aad American Broadcloths,
Csssimarea, Sattiaetts, Tweeds, Jesne.-Vesliirgs READY-MADE CLOTHING I -
A large assortment of HATS aad CAPS of W latest styles, and wiE sell them st prices
onasually low. Also, a good assortment of -JJOTS and SHOES, TAILOR'S TRIMINOS,
etc., Aa. Gentlemen give as a call before purchsstna-elsowhere. ' -.
We have alee a splendid assortment of QUEENSWARE and CROCKERY, UaRDWARE,
C R OCXRIMS, Yankee Kotiona. ' :
Ac, Ac. Ilea aad Women of Ashland county, this mamoMb stock of Goods mutt lit xod,and
ron that wish great bargiana must call soon. We don't ask you to baltere our say so about it,
bat eall. aad aae fur yoareelves, aad you will find that lo I tha half has aot been tola yoa !
The Emporium is now crowded every dsy in the weak, and more' are turned empty away.
Come eae, come all. asaT-All kinds of PRODUCE taken ia exchange (brGoada, at the highest
market price. 4,. , ... Ashland, October 4, 1864- I9tf
THE JEWl AHEAD OF ALL COMPElr.bris !
-ANOTHEJt IMMENSE IrrIVAI. o?,z-y'0r
: ... . . . . . r 7. . tca
Applet Philajtelp !
ritsIE proprietors of this extensive estsblishmeot beg leave to announce to the public that
X th" are now receiving at their old stand in Ashland, tha largest and beat selected stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING I
which they or any body elae have ever brought to Ashland county. Their spacious store room
ia piled foil of Goods. We can new supply half of tha county.. We can 6 the largest and
smallest the snortest aad tal lest-r-lhe thickest and thinest the fattest and leanest Specimen,
of asked humanity that stands in nessd of ear friendly aid. We can eetl Overcoats at from S4
to $18 ; Dress Coats a) from 96 to t-25 ( Veataat trom 76 ell. tofttO( Pantalooae at from
36 to $ 10. We bave every deaeription of clothing from the coarsest, domestic fabrics to- the
finest brodcleths, ailks and satina. Our atock of v;
consisting of Shirts, Collars, Cravata, Wrappers, Drawers, Han.broschiefk, ftc, is nausaally
lsrge. The yublie will also boar ia miad thai we aro farcparod to c)a i - v
CUSTO M WOKKl,: ; V;Vs.c
to order, on the ebortest notice. We have n large aumbar of finisuaowursiiica in ur employ
and oar Crook ia acknowledged to ba ona of the beat, if aot saabest, in town.i! A we
bave a full assortment of clothson hand, whicfl can ba had at the purchaser's swn prices; tUe
public caanot fail to be sstisfiod. Letit ba distinctly nnderstood that ws
andcha-'lngCju comparison cither ia beauty or quality of gooda, eatcnaiveaess of the asanrl
mentra cheapness in price. We do business upon the principle that a ' wimble aixpeaaa is
better tisn a. l(w.8balliHg."..anu, consequently can sell eur guoda at CASH PRICES!, which
onr competitors cannot affurdl'korido. r aT Store opposite Shilling A Burns', and next' door to
Wallack & CotBn, Ashland., Ohio. , ..Oct.- 4th, 16S4. -ISH1: i -
. J300T8 AND SHOES, .
K'EaT won TO Tim POST OFFICE.)
THE Midsoiiiben would say to the public that
he haa.on hand the largest Stork of
BOOTS JAND SHOES I
in Ashland Couniy, embracing every variety oil
stylo ana size, Irom tbeimost tiny-intanrnp to
tho aroatcst siant'a foot in. the land. A Iso.
Trunks, Carpet J5ags, Umbrellas, Hats, Caps,
and.. Findings, Lining, iiindiiio;, and -Morocco
Skins, Peiis, Thread. Lasts, Uoot Trees, French
Whells, etc.; Spanish Sole Lnathor,i Harnoss,
Upper Calf, and Kipakin Leather, Oak Tan,
Sole, etc., all of which is offering for sale at
prices to suit the times. Thankful to a gener
ous public lor the very laige and liberal, pa
tronage hitherto, received, a continuance, ol
the same ia solicited from his numerous old and
new customers and frionds. .. '
The subscriber continues the Tanning busi
ness at his old sMurl, where any quantity of
Hides will be purchased, aud Leather con
stantly oa hand and lor s lie. .
" WILLIAM WASgON.
Ashlaad, Nor. 1, 1834. - s ' 9in83
Livar St ibis.
MOS LEWIS wl.hes-lt deslWctli
understood that be haa not auit th
ivcry buestness, aud that he has just made quite
u aditron to hia Stable in the the artlclea of Bug
giea and :4 harass. . - ;-
His Stable is now kept Immediately back of
thcSemuael House, t'ustonicis can always (lad
some person to attend to them either at the Sis'
ble or theSamssel House. ' Passengers carried from
Ashland In any direction, at moderate rates.
May 17. 1H44. . . satf.
HENRV to. IMHOFF,
( SDCCESSOR TO V', JB II. POTTER,)
Dealer tlx IIo-ka, wt-ntionory-, Wall
1'apur, Jtc, Vr.,i v
SCHOOL, Miscellaneous and iihuils' Books j
Stationery and Fancy articlov. -Have oa
huud.and constantly receiving, the latest pub
lications. Store two doors wesl-ef the Samp
sell House. - . ..' '
,. Ashland, July 2(1, 1M64. . 9jf L .
. ''C.'A.Hl"IES:''"" ':.
Mkufacturtr of Boots and Skoet;'-'
yw THKKB doors below the Times Prtkt
K'.l i. lag Office, Ashland. O hio. Custom
I kJ Work-done to order ou the shertest notits
' ant most reasonable terms. .
Pccmorr Hth. 1653. 7 '