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RKMTABK3 ON RAISING FIGS..
X CEO. H. DADD, VETERINARY SURGEON
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1 r sr. .ot sura 10 wnom wo mould viva
credit fur t he following remark : bat wa pre-
suni-s uni vum appuiM in one ol the Hoaton
agricultural papers, Ed.
Messrs. Editors : I notice in the
last number ef roar excellent journal,
tan articl under caption " Loss of Youvg
Irigs. " - i oar correspondent enquires,
Is it luck or chance in raisin? the
Mnie?" - I answer, if a nan by chance
or othcruite, is lucky enough to have
studied physiology, or even st tended a
lew lectures en that subject, the in tor
motion obtained may enable him to be
come a successful raiser of this descrip
tion ef live stock otherwise ror
chance has nothing to do with the mat
ter. The next enquiry is, " Must the
pigs com in a particular time of the
Moon f Ihc mooo bas no sort of
irency in the death of young pigs: they
&r A anbiAct tct tliA aa.mfi irnmntariiA Ua
!. i.- rr ,t
ui vnius luai puij w uiiiu. 11 lucw;
Lave in any way been violated; detcrior -
atioo. and in some eases, death, is the
i . xt '(i,,. ,1
.penalty. - N either our ancestors, nor the
I present parental raee are ever Iruown to
bare paid any at tout ion to" moonshine,
affecting the lives of their future off-
spring. ' Some of your readers may ask,
does not lunar influence affect some
people, and thus produce disease ? ' 'The
; answer to this question' is the fact that i
- there are two circumstances necessary for
rtns development of disease:
1st, A'reu imposition, existing m toe
2d, The application of aipccifio oanse.
If tho moon therefore ever exercises
any pathological power over any species
of naksa), Tf nay safely conclude that
'there exists on the part of such, a pecu
v "liar suacrtibilitv to its influence, indu-
ced by either a weak vital force, or ex-
lating disease ; the causes for which are
to be sought among tbe evils of domes
tication to which I shall subsequently
refer. Bat we need not assign sack uo-
fortunate results to the moon, when oth
er evident causes , exis-, too glaring to
-escape tbe notice of him who thinks and
reasons. As an illustration, I remark
Khafc the female ia her wild state produ
ces but one litter per year, aud hi much
--smaller numbers than when in the do--uestie
state ; she is rarely seen with the
iaie bat in the rutting season, winch in
lhese latitudes is in tho month of Jacu
arf. - Under the management of men,
who turn every thing into gold, tbe
. breeding soy is urged to bring forth two
and 1 havo heard of three litters being
produced in the course of twelve months!
If such flagrant violations of the repro
ductive laws, which limit the multiplica
. t ion of species, arc constantly occurring,
- can we wonder that nature should assert
her empire, and refuse to sustain animals
. that would libel Uod s handiwork, iset--ter
that a few should die rattier than a
whole species degenerate.
the month cf UlarcJt a Lad one
fat pigs to be born f" April is probably
" the best month, yet if the young are
.- brought forth in the season of extreme
heat or cold, it is the duty of tbe owner
to place them in comfortable quarters,
warm or cool, as tho case seems to re
quire. . Their health docs not depend so
much on the season of tho year, as it
does on the care bes toned upon them
The fourth and last query reads: "Is
beech si tuck bad food for sows This
question your correspondent bas indi-
. rectly answered.' . If the sow had a grist
mill within her stomache, and it were
capable of comminuting beech-nuts, so
that they could be manufactured into
chyme and chyle, ' without overtasking
the stomache, I phould not object to
giving the 'animal a few. - But as the
eouditioa of tbe animal will ' not admit
of an extraordinary use. of the digestive
' organs without reacting; on the nervous
and reproductive, I should decline that
wader the circumstances, they are pos
itively injurious. Bat says one, the an-
' total partakes of beech-nuts voluntarily.
Yes; but we must remember that it
is now.ia a state, of ".domestication ; has
been pampered, or fed ou semi-putrid
garbage, which has created a morbid ap
petite, and cither developed fat, or in
creased its' sexual desires; and thus it
U denrived of those tee a instincts iudi- 1
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T " r Buiuioi, sun uu.es jubi I
Sumeient IOOa to supply Its wants ana in
nnal-tv lwt Krlanxxl In tli atnt.A rf if a I
digestive function. i -
And now having. 111 a brief manner, I
jm . - - -
answerea we queries oi your correspon- I
sent, let us lor a moment Fiance at some
-physiological Considerations. There is
t --- .-,-
s certain degree cf antagonism existing
Deiween ui nuiriuve sua. reprouuciive
avstema the one beino excited at the r
mociisv in una uwcr. ius rcprouucbivc i
A, Aunw-waa ivi ao vuvis'ivun
through the nutritive system, and is do-1
pendent on it for the continuance of its
functions. If therefore the sexual or
gans be in m state of excessive activity, '
producing two or three litters a year,
the effect is to draw off from the indi-
vidual fabrio some portion of tbe eli-
mont Jpatinprl for its minnnrt end trinn I
. . c . . .1
health is compromised. On
Ik. 1 I
hand, when the 'nutritive function is
very active in building up the structure
and depositing fat, the reproductive
function is comparatively dormant, and
is not generally aroused until the com
parative intactivity of tbe uutritive al
. lows the one to be exercised without in
' jury. to tbe other, so that it is very
difficult to impregnate a." fat sow, or to
fatten one devoted . to breeding. The
- same has been observed in--the human
; family ; in the adult condition when
great activity of tbe nutritive function
' prevails, inducing pathora, the system is
aadisposed to tbe performance of the re
productive, and barrenness is the result.
- Therefore moderately fed annimals, in
fair condition, are the best for breeding
t purposes. The conclusion follows, that
no particular function can be exercised,
, exclusive of the rest, without violating
naj&ire's laws, and thus incurring tbe
nenaltv. which tray be slow, yet certain.
' It is wisely ordained, therefore, that the
. e xl. hmwaIu dnimal- f imil i nol
exercise v urn yuioij s4uw,vuo
should either be destructive to their
instruments, or that the multiplication
of animals should be restricted; for in
nf the sow. she is endawed with
extraordinary prolifio powers aud if
thev were not dounded by some sort of
. - i- , i - 1 -1 1 .3 T.rt
limit, the surtaoe oi tnis giooo w
in danger of becoming a universal pig-pery..
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION !
i ' 't i t
The America. Aarnn' Union, would re
spectfully announce to the ciliiens of tbe Uni
ted State and the Canadas, that for tbe purpose
oi cultivating a taate lor the doe arts through
out the country, and with a view of enabling
every family to become poaaeased of a gallery
By The First Artists of the Age,
They have dete-mined, in order to create aa
extensive salo Tor their Engravings, and thus
not only give ensplovment to a large number of
artists and other, but inspire among our coun
trymen a taate for works of art, to present to
'the purchasers of their engraving, when 250,-
uuu ol which are sold, : ,,.-1
200000 GIFTS, of the a claim I east of
150,000. .. t
Each purchaser ol a One Dollar Engraving,
tbe'efore, receives not ouly aa Engraving r ich
ly worth the money, but also a ticket which en
tities fain to one of tkeGifts when they are
For r1e Hollars, a highly finished Engra
ving, beautifully Painted in OU, aad Five Gift
Tickets, will be sent for FIVE DOLLARS
worth ol splendid Engravings can be aelected
from the Catalogue, and sent by return mail or
I "press. '
ue. tog-ether with
pecimen or one or the Entfraviugs, can be
seen at the office of this paper.
For each Dollar aent, an Engraving actually
wjrln that sum, ail a Uifl Ticket, tciil Is 1st
mediately be firtcarded.
Tbe Committee believing thai the- success
this Great National Undertaking will be mate
rially promoted by the energy aud enterprise o
iateUfeent and pcrae erica Agents, have resol
ved to treat with such on the moat liberal terms
Any pei so a wishing to become an Agent, by
sending (post paid,) si, wiu beccivk by be-
I wn.or aiu., a One Jo I IV r Engraving, a "Gift
l -r...La, . r. t. . r -,-.!., -...,1 a
1 ernecemrr information.
I th ttaai completion 01 ine sale, tne oita
I will ! place! ia ma nanus 01 a iommuice o
,,..,1 . . i,. n.-,ww j... h.-
which will be riven throughout the United
states and the lanadas.
WO Marbla bests of Washing
; r i
10 Marble busts ofClay, at--.-11)0
tOO " " Calhou,at
60 elegant Oil Paintings, ia
splendid giit frames,
ae 3i4 ft. eacb....
TOO eltganl Oil Paintings, ?i2
leet each,... ........
600 atccl plato- Kagravmgs,
brilliantly copied in
oil, rich gilt frames
24a30 in each,
1 0,009 elegant steel- plate En.
cravings, colored in oi ,
of the Washington Mon
anient, ZOiZb in ea.
23,coo eteoi pi.te engra
Tings, trom . 100 ditter-
ent plat now ia pos
session of and owned by
the Artists' Union, ol
the market value of from
j60cU. to 91 each,....
llratclasa DwelHng, in 31st'
; ' St.. N. Y. Citv.. ......
22 Building Lou in 100 and
lOlBtsis., N. I . City, -each
25x100 ft. deep, at 1,000
Villa Sites, containing
each 10,000 q. feet in . '-'
the suburbs ol N. Y. Ci- -ty,
and commanding a
.". - magnificent view of the
Hudson River and Long
lal and Sound, at......
perpetual loana of cash,
witboct interest, or se
curity, of 9250 each,. .
perpetual loana of cash,
v. - without interest, or se
curity of 9100 each,..
100 perpetuk. loans o caeb,
without interest, or se
curity, of 950 each. ...
250 oerpelual loans of cash
widiout interest or secu
xity of 920 each ......
2,000 perpetual loana of cash
without interest or se
curity of $5 each 10,000
Reference In regard to the Real Kstate, F.
I. ViSfCHEB, & Co., Real Estato Brokers. New
York. Orjers (post paid) with money enclosed
to be addressed, J. W. HOLBROOKE,
Secy,.5l5 Broadway, H. Y.
KrTIie Engravings in the Catalogue are now
ready for delivery. 6mo24
PROSPECTUS OF THE
a MiscaLLaaT or UTaajsrcac aud abt.
In one Splendid Octavo Volume, com
prising Original Literary 1'apeis
of the Most Eminent Living
American Authors, with
Forty I'ortraits on Steel from, Original
A Complimentary . Tribute to
Louis Gay lord Clark, Esq.,
For Twenty .Years Editor of the Knick
erbocker Magazine.''" -'
'"CONSIDERING that Louis ' Cavlord Clark
J his been, for the unexampled period of
twenty years, editor ol a leading Literary aiag-
aziiis ia this country : mat nis laoors mean
while have been constant, ardaous and ill-re-
i anted that they have been eminently cred
itable to his abilities and character, and ol great
aervice to bis country in developing its intel
lectual resources, several ol bis friend met
losethei lust December to devise some suitable
plan for tendering to mm a inbstantiai compli
mentary benefit, in all respects appropriate lor
the Literary Class to offer, and for him tor re
ceive. . TWeieaolt was a project for pablisking
soch a work aa is above deacubed ; and upon
submitting tbe plan to Washington Irving, Wil
liam O. Hrvaat. FlU-Henrr H-illeck, Henry W.
Longfeliow-aod ether leading Literary men of
the United States, ft received lb ear cordial ap-
proval ; so tbmt the eommiuce having the nit-
tor in nann are aoie 10 uivvnci iui .vnu-
j .e.u a Literary Sovenie, beyend all pa
allel in the emiuence of iu writers and in me-
cbaaical execution equal ax least to any simi-
f" ''ZZm'?",' JT
can writers will be far more complete than any
Knickerbocker Gallery will be pool is h-
ed, under the direetioa of tbe committee, by
galBttol Hoet(,B 34o Broad-y,Nw York
and will be raady to dulivery to autiscribers in
Septemb-3x- next. Subseribeis will receive the
, , " .i m t.... . , f
ue vol uaae. i us entire prouta v warn wo r a
wtii be invested lorivjr. ciarn
Joha W. Francis, , Frederick W. Sbetton,
Rulus W. Giiswold. Richard It. Kimbail,
George F. Morris.
The publisher ha the pleasure ol annonn-e-
iag as contributors to this Literary Testimoni
al, Washington Irving, William Cullen Bryant,
f itx-Greene Halieca, natnaniei jr. nuns, xiev.
George W. Bethuee, D. D-, Hon.- William H
a. i r- ur.ui.n. r- i. rwkaaii ( -
OCWWU. WWMV " - ' "
Mitchell, Henry W. Longfello, John G.Saxe,
George Lust,, iter. rre erica w. eneiocu,
Richard B. Kimball, George r. jaorris, non.
Judge Hall, Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, J.
Legare, William Pitt Palmer, Cuarle Y. Brigs,
Henry R. Schooicralt, Rev. Samuel Osgood,
Epe Sargent, Alfred B. Street, George U.
Clark, R. U. Stoddard, J. L. McConnell, The
odore 8. Fay, J. Russell Lowell, Charles G.
Leland, Dr. Thotiios Ward, John T. Irving,
William T.G-llaghcr, George D. Prentice, Sam
uel 8. Cos, Fred ericlrS. Cozzens, W. H. C.
Hesioer, James T. Fields, R. 8. Chilton, and
o there. .
The price ol tbe work will be Fre Dollars
per eopy, in elegan cloth binding, gilt edged ;
and in Turkey extra Seven Dollars. All sub
scriptions payable on the delivery of tte work.
Those who wiab tbe werk, and who ieel inter
eat enough in its success to get some of their
friends to lake it, will confer a special favor by
sending the names as early as possible, that
tbe publisher may be able to judge how many
to print for the first oditiou.
Please address SAMUEL HUESTON,
d24 243 Broadway, New York.
rpEA HKRS will take notice, that there will be
JL four Quarterly Examinations as foUowa :
The first on tbe second Saturday In January, at
Ashland. The second on the first Saturday in: April
at Savannah. The tbird on the second Saturday Hi
in July at Hayesville. And the fourth on the first
Saturday in Octoberat JeromeyiUs.
There will also be five Special Examinations as
roUows : The first on the second Saturday or March
ta Ashlaud. The second on tho third Saturday of
1 April at Howsburg. The third on tbe second Sat
urday iu May at Sullivau. The fourth on the sec
ond batnrday oi sepLeuuei ai naji-.
fifth on the third Saturday ot October at Savannah.
By order of tbe Board.
' G. W. HILL. Se.
Ashland, Oot. 3lh, 1H34. - "
As TJight be ExPected
r STOCK OF. BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THE FALL AND WINTER TRADE IS .NOW
friHANKFUL for tbe past iiberaf patronage of
1 a g norno community, the subserruen
would again invite attention to their prescn
SOOTS SHOES I
consisting ia part ot Men' Thick Kip and Calf
DootM and SAoes, Home Made ana Eastern. Also
Boys' Youths' arid Children' Boots and Shoes oi
a better quality than they have ever sees
this market.: Also, ' u
Mens' Boys' and Childrena' Shoes and Gaiters
of various styles end patterns,. both fancy and
plain, which are of good quality. .,
The Ladles and Misses Department
of SHOES, BOOTEES and GAITERS ol all dc
sirsblestyfes and patterns are abundant, and as
to material and workmanship, we fneirr con
partson with any oilier wpik iu tnis market. r.
P. S. In connection- with' the above Stock
we have on hind a fine Stock of t - - - ' .
Xinaata, TravllRK ft noa $ Mens' and
and a large supply of PARLOUR, DINING an
Kli'CilKN Gri AIRS, that w warrant to be
well made -and of good material. .All el til
abi ve we are now selling at very low pricis to
suit the times for READY-PAY, we say lo all
thut it will pay you well to examine our Stock
before purchasing elsewhere." Mark well the
place, just opposite T. C. Oushncll'a Dry Goods
blore, and one dour east of tbe new) Sank
Building. . i , .
1. WA8S0N It 6TUBB9.
Ashland, Sept. 27, 1854. ISti
fTUIE public are hereby notified, that the
I I : 1 I I I i i
a nuucrqijjucu nui vjii-iicu a spicnuiu Aa
guerreanGaliery, over the Store ol j. R. Squire
Ashland, Ohio, and respectfully solicits the
patrouage of tbe public. Ia addition to the
usnal appendages ol a Picture Gallery, the
subscriber nas added a , . . .
which pears down mHoodoflight open the per-
u setting, tnereoy esabling tbe operator -to
take good pictures at short sittings. Tbe sub
scriber understands all tbe new and o'd pro
cesses perfectly, and bas no hesitation in say-
tng that he can give as good satisfaction aaany
operator in thisseetion ofcountry. SpeeimeL
can he seen by calling at the rooms. - Hours
for operating from 8 o'clock, A. M , lo 4 o'
clock, P. M. Pictures taken n cloody aa well
aa clear weather."' V. K.KN.N AM AIM .
Ashland, Sept. l"tli, 1854. f , . -,16tf
CKOCEaiKS, CO.IFErriON.tttlEI ,
M. V M Of AM IL 3 si M-M liaS. X J M. vZ" f
UAlU.a (VCtf CCCm f
INFORMS his numerous customers that he
bas just received a largo atock of all kinda
oi brnccnes and Conlectionaries : n splendid
variety or Toy and Notion of all kind,
Masical Instruments'. &c, &
la his SALOON he has made arrangments for
a constant supply of Baltimore aud New Haven
umit-its, Game or ail kind , sardines, lick
led Meats and the delicacies of the season.
Lunch served at all hours on toe shortest no
tice. Constantly on hand a varietref Temper
ance drinks. . .
Thankful lor past patronage-. he is determin
ed to soar neither Dains or ex Dense in enter
ing for tbe wants of those who favor him with
Ashland, 6a. 4th, 1854. -; Bl9tf
Curled Hair Mattresses and Eeddinjr.
PATENTED IN THE
UNITED STATES, ELNGLAXi) AND FEAN'CE.
OUR Mattresses and curled hair having taken
Dinlomss and Medals by competition in the
principal States in the Union and also bavine; been
awarded the Frixe Medal at the World's Fair iu
London as the verv be-t article man a factored, are
confident!? oflcrcd to the community as a meat
dexitieratim for pure sweet sleep.
Tbeniecessbv wuicu our nair is manufactured
entirely precludes the possibility of moth or other
insect anuoyauces engendering therein as proved
by the severest tests otanalitation and by testimo
nials from the first chemists of the age, from which
we extract as follows :
".Experiment bas demonstrated that the puriyinr
agent made use ofin manufacturing your patent
curled hair -is especially destructive of auiinal
life, that it has tbe faculty of bleaching and clean
ing the fibre, and that it is the most powerful dia-
mooting Dcdj aiproseui known to science.
' Prnfessorof Chmistry aud Toicology in tbe
.. Medical CoUegs of the London Hospital.
I cheerfully state that the article submitted to
your process must be pure and sweet aud wilt be
found of great value and from proof exhibited to
me I am confident that the process employed ex
ceed all othsr methods of preparation.
w. oniuii, ta. -jo.
- . ' Kew York.
W also keep constantly on haudafull supply
of Pillows and Bolsters, nuder Mattresses and
Bedding of all descriptions and a large assortment
of Wall Paper and Window Shades, npbolstry
goods, curtains, lounges, &c, fcc.
urders respectiuiiy soiicitea ana promptly at
tended to. WISDOM dc (Jo.
-iSPultesRIock Bank t.
TiAiia: vol .; iiaii:
A 'CERTAIN LORD who went princely Hressed,
once told Honour that Phaxmaceti was the
soverigoeHt -thing on eartb for inward wounds."
well, we do not Raiusav that: bat. ws do know
that Prof. M. Louis Garvey's Colcbrated Receipt
'or Curling and Waiving the Hair,
is tbe sovereignest thins on earth." The pro
prietor, on-leaving France, procured of the cele
orated uncmlst aud Pbysloloxlst. Alons. JAUUxtS.
this valuable receipe at an immense expense..-
All persons desirous or navtne- tnelr Hair curled
and waive in beautiful ringlets tilt tbe latest period
oi uie can navo tne same lor one dollar, post paiu.
1 nis is a discovery wnicn most pcrsous nave rea
son to -douM. tlbnian ingenuity bas soueht for
esra to perfect a HAIR l.lUUiD. that would curl
aud waive it. and ons that sbould combine the
requisites to give tbe hair a beautiful natural tint,
and at the same time not injure it. All former at
tempts have failed. Tbs compounds would curl tbs
air, but tney would scorcn, burn ana turn it foxy.
Jiow, however, tbe thing has been accomplished ;
and the splendid 11 air Curling Liqui-I which Profs.
Af . Louis Carvev ai d Bvron H. Kobb offer to the
public may be relied upon aa preparation com-
pounuea on receniiy aiscovercu coemicai princi
ples, which have received the sanction of tbe most
eminent professor ot that science. It gives the
air a sou glossy appearance ana causes it to curl
aud waive in such beautiful ringlets that the most
credulous person cannot but admire them. It does
not destroy the vitality of tbe hai-, but acts as an
ciuuicuk; sow not irriiaio or siam uiv ennra ,
warms the trianru Las. fibres with Ihsir thousand
inperceptibla hrauckes in a natural activity, and
never fails of success. It has been before the pub
lic but a few weeks, yet its merits have already
established it. Such sverwl-elmiug popularity was
never known at any age, of tbe world before. In
ItH western and southern States, it bas become tbe
only reliable Hair Curling Liquid in use. The re
ceipe will be sent Jo any part of the United State
by sending one dollar. ,
IT Beware of counterfeits AH letters should;
be directed to Prof. M. LOUIS GAH VKY, and
.- i BYRON H. KOBB, only,
Faxmisotok, Trambui County. Ohio.
AufS3 1651 nl3-3m
: PROBATE NOTICE.
rpHB 'renewing Executors. Administrators and
A. Guardians having filed their accounts for set
tlement in the Probate Court of Ashland County,
tbs same. are ordered to be published in the Ash
land Uuion ' for three weeks. ll :
The final act of Joseph Strickland Adra'r of Joseph
- .- . - oincAiaaa, aec a.
.. 4i "John Brown, Adm'r of Albion
,t u Phillip Hettinger, Eve Het
,4 4. .4 Jacob T. Bmitb, . " John
Smith, dee'd. -.4
44 44 44 Win. H. Sprlnkie, "Solomon
Ji. Sprinkle, deceased -4.
4 44 44 Robert Coen, Adm'r of Andrew
4. 4 44 -44 Kobert Cowen, Adm'r of Ws.
Karuahan, Ceceased. -44
44 44 44 jf iiigniAud. Kxecctor of Abram
- Sberidan, deceased. - .
,4 44 - 4. - 44 jHenry Jackson, Executor of John
8d partial ac't John Van Mest. Adm'r of Jacob
The final uc't of Jacob Fulmer, Guardian of Scla
tbeal Fast. .
And the same r contiuuedfor the examination
of any person interested, and will be for bearing at
the next term of said Probate Court.
A.L. CUKT1S, Probate Judge.
November 15, 1854. 3w94
Of flee Franklin ic WtarreixSt.lt. Ce
FaaSKLin, Portage Co., Ohio, Sept.S6 1R53. (
r-r .1 u-i-jian A T a meeting of the Oirec
toOS'jA tor of the F. ek W. R.
RTCo!, held June 11, 18S3, the following assess
meats upon Stock subscriptions were matte, via
Tan per cent, payable July 1st, IBM, aud au assess
ment of ten per sent, at the end of each nucceed
ing sixty days, until the wbole amount is paid.
Three instalments are therefore now due. to wit:
The first wheu subscribed, (by the charter,) the
second July 1st, and the third, August 31st.
Subscribers in Ankland village aud county are
rrspect'ully requested to immediately pay all
instalments now due, and as tbey hereafter be
come due, at the Banking House of Luther, Crall
dc Co.. Ashland unless caidled upon by ths Collec
tor. . JTTKL-.W. TYLER, See.
GEEAT I ATTRACTION !
At Uie Old- Rrick Coiner,
fjpilE undersigned having bosglit the Lasoe
a IPII r.ATEB31YE IIOtA l meiCOlllOIIII , IWl
merly owned by Robert McMahen in tbia pl-.ee,
announcea to the citizens-of this County and
all other who wish to ovui! tbcmselvea ol tbe
privilege of layiug in tlieir-SuMMEa and Fall
ii-rrim cheap, that hi Storo is the place.
Ue intends keeping alnason band a large aud
general assortment of , ' '
GOODS OK ALL KINDS,
such as is wanted by tha people in tbia region.
Among our unprecedented vauety are
of all Kinds, Ktyles snd Varieties; GROCE
RIES, a large. Stock Salt,- Fish, Plaster, in
short every tbing in that line, which will be
sold a' less .prices than any other Merchant
dart e.:' I tot now and will be soiling fur
somctiido at coat, so that my present stock m'J
be reduced to make room for my - ' ' ' ''
' ! V A Id Ij S IJ V I ler . '
'-. aVaVAII wha v. ish great bargains, are invited
to call soon aud examine my Stock as t'.e goods
are going very, fast, and jou may not have
another Opportunity lo secure yOur good ' at
such low fiijuies. All kinds of -!..
CO UNTR Y . PR OD UCE, '
Wool, and any thing the Farmer bas to sell, will
be taken in exchange for goods. .. t- - .
OCT Don't lorcct the pl:icc tho old Erick
Corner. East of the McNultv llimie.
i. W. UASSFORD.
Auhinnd, Aug. itf, ISM. nlStf
To Western Merciiants.
riTHK subscriber would call the attcntiou of deal
X ers generally to theextcnsivearraiicenientsthey
have made fur tbe Importation and sale of Britiah,
French, and German Dry Gopii..
naving a oujtr pel insucu.i, lotucu in x-.u-
rope, whose entire attention will be given to toe
selection of Goods ror our sale, we shall be in re
ceipt of new and desirable Dress Goods by each
steamer. Our stock of - -
lllle UuuUs, ttofclcrt , Miawls afe Notloiin,
will be found complete. . Also, a large variety
of black and colored Uks, Salius, etc, Cloths,
Cassimeres aud Vcstinjg. Linens. Drillings. t5c..
efce. and Tailor's Trimmings generally.
Always on hand all leading styles of Domes
tic Goods, bleached and brown . .i
Cotton, frills 'tick:', nlrlpes, feiilns,
with a choice assortment of Merrimack and Co
cbecc Prints, Lancaster Ginghams, &c, Ac.
- ThuClotbiag Department (unuer uie una i i..
HTvLKBdi Co.,) will eirbrace a great variety of
well Made Garments, sc-h as cannot fail to give
We invite in attention oi casn ana snort time
buyers. - r-
rpwt have also secured tne services or w.
STRONG, flate of Mansfield. Ohio.) who will
take great pleasure in showing you through our
stock ; when you visit this market, please favor
him with a call.
- ' Jb. O. WILBOH A CO.,
JtO. 13 COCnTLAHB I.. A'SO 11 1IO 13 DXT ST., It.
January 25.1&H. ly.
! CHILDS tfs CO.,
WHOLESALE SHOE YtAEEHOUSE,
r .iVo's 1 33.V.4- 135; Wood Street,
yTTOULDcail the attention of Country Mor-
V cbants to the immense slock ol.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS AND LEATHER!
Consisting of over 4,0GO-cases Bootsand Shoes
of every variety and style tor Ladies', Gentle
mens', Miasts Boys' and Children's
FALL AND WINTER WEAK,
direct from the Eastern Manufacturers. Hav
ing been purchased at the lowest possible rates,
principally tor.CAMl, with great care in tne
selection i f qnality and sizes adaptod to the
Western Trade, we can oifer superior induce
ments to purchasers, ns'we are determined not
to oe nnaersoia -wjr any h.::bioid or western
House 4 . 1.5,.;.) ; . .
Buyers will nd it to their iuterest to call and
examine our extensive assortment beiore pur
chasing elsewhere. H. CHILDS St CO.
August 3U, 1304. i.nu
S ATUTES OF OHIO!
In force Jan. 1854, with rejtrencea to
prior laws, in one large Octavo I'ohtem.
riox ths judoks or tbx eontrar tuoax.
1 he undcrsiirned have exaiuiucd Swan's Re
vised Statutes of Ohio, fur 1S31. This volume
contains a compilation of ihc Statuios of Ohio
in force on the liisfoi J inu iry .JSo-,To ilc-
ign and arrangement ol tue Hom. ars g:'i
nd carried out with great caf: and sccutiteiyr
and we think the uork ofgrcut utility, and re
flects much credit upon the Compile! and Pub
JOHN A. CORWIN.
R.P RANNEY, A. G. TUURA1
T. VV. BARTLEY, . WM. B. CALDWELL.
Tbe undersigned having examined Swan's
tatutcs, concur in the above opinion.
D. O. MORION,
Cist. Atty. U. S. Court, Dist.of Ohio. '
GEO. W. McCGOK.
Atty. Gen. of State of Ohio,
ft will be found an indispensable hand-book
toevery Justice of the Peace and Constable, as
we I as every Lawyer or public olUcer. The
book wilt be sent free ofchargc to any one on
receipt of $5.
Address li.u . l ie KM. It Si. t-u.. .
Law Booksellers, Mansiield, Oliie. ,
March SJod, 1831. . . 44tf
MICHAEL MILLER presents his regard
to his friends. and the publio- generally,
nd (especliully announces that he bus opened
Public House for tbe accommodation of tho
traveling public, directly opposite tbe Sovnp-
soli House, Main Street, Ashland, where he
ill be glad to accommodate all who may favor
rm with a call, ilia table will always be sup
plied with tbe luxuries of the season . His
parlors aud aleeping apartments are large &ud
commodious. Good stabling for l.orscs will also
be provided, and alaithlui Hustler always in
attendance. ..... ?
Boarding for privato families or single per
sons-can be had at reasonable rates. -
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT.'
In connection with tho Hotel, be will also
continue to keep open his BAKERY AND RES
TARANT, where be will at all times keep on
ConfecUonaries, Flea, Bread. Cakes,
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, in short
every luxury to be found ou tho tables of first
lass eating bouses.
JJ- lie ttfi&hes it distinctly understood, that nb
will be kept, either in the Hotel or Saloon.
Ashland, March 8lb, 1854. u42 if. .
NEW JEWELRY STORE
R. GOODFELLOW has ' opened in the
new room, two doors east of" Messrs. Ris-
aeret Risser's Store, on Main street, a
Hatch and Jewelry Estalilinhment)
here be will otter every article usually kept
n aucb establishments, at very low rates.
Among bia stock may be iovqd I. old aud
Sil-ver Watches, of every inscription, va-
etr and quality. Fins, Ladies' Gold Broach
es, Grape, Enameled, Cluster, Knot, Cuff and
Scarf Pins. - - ,
jKAR DUOPS, HOOKS AND RINGS.
Gold Rings, Lockets, Pencils, Gold Chains,
Bagley Gold Pens and Holders, large as-
Table and Tea Spoona of pure- silver, Ger-
an Silver and plated Spoona, UutteTalsives,
altand Sugar Shovels, Silvex 'oTks, ttc., &c.
f every description, from the best American
and English establishments.1 "Also Needl-s,
Port Monies, Dressing and Pocket Combs, and
rocaci dousb, vionn ana ouuar D.tringa.
uofrjrivs. jcye nnaae, fjompnssen-' )
and Acordeons. Eight Day and Twenty-four
Hoar Brass Clock,' in the most splendid Pa
pier Machea, Rese Wood and Maboganj ease.
, WATCHES AND CLOCKS
Cleaned and repaired, and "woik warranted.
Old Gold and Silver bought .at the. highest
price. 1 invite the public to examine tuv Slock
before purchasing elsewhere. -
1. R. GOODFELLOW.
Ashland, Dec. 81, 1853. n31 tf.
BITT r. U Y SIX AHEAD!
rpHE onderslgucd begs leaB to iiiJorm the citi
X zens of Abhlaud, aud tbe surrounding county,
tbat be has just received at bis Ktove aud Tin waie
establishment iu Ashlaud, a LARGE AND 1SPLKN
DID assortment of the best aud most improved
pattern of . . -
such as PAKLOK, TOOKING AM) BOX HTOVES,'
wblcb he will sell at very low rate. And also, a
greet variety of COPPEH, BRASS,, TIN and JA
PAN U WAKE, ,
done on the shortest notice. - - .
N. B. Old Bras?, f
exchange for .
August 93, 1855.
ppci aud Pewler taKoii in
Corner Public Square, Clevelaad, O.
- incoupouaxgd m if e, isai.
rilHE OLD COLLEGE has removed to new and
JL splendid Hooius, surpassing in beauty aud con
veieuuecthose of any similair Jistitutioiis in the
E.G. FOLSOM, A B., Principal, Professor cf the
Sciecce of Accounts.
W.H. HULISTKK, and J. S. CLAXT05, Assistant
Proferpors in Book Keeping Department.
A. J. PHELP.S aud JOSEPH l!EATi'ih Profeosors
of Prnctical and Ornamental Peuiuausbip
R. P. HT7M1STON, Lecturer on Commercial His-
tory and tbe Art of Computation.
J. 8. WARIKG, Lecturer on Mercantile Customs,
Banking, Exchange, ect.
Hon. JOHN GHOWELL,THOS. H. n AY and D. B.
. PALMEK, Lecturers ou Commercial Law.
kev. J. A.XHOM B, Lecturer on Commercial Ethies.
... tEKlIS 11 ADVANCE,
Pot tbe Mercantile Course Ume ulinifleI,.S4n,C4
'fbe same Course fos Ladiss,. ..a. ....... i5,o0
For seperala Instruction in Peumauship,
Flourishing.eto., as per agreement.
.' The design of the Institution I to afford aa good
advantages as can be bad ia any similar one In Die
Union, to youn i men about to assume tbe resppnsi
ble duties of the Counting Room, and various mer
cantile piu-snits. ?
tSi iENcaor Ac:ochts. "Book-keeping will be ex
plained from a new stand point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of aciounta ; and the counts
will embrace sume of the b.al practical forms cf
modern accountants. Thisecicuce is often tanglit
as ir it were a species of conjecture, in which
multiplicity of forms are subslitued for principles
arbitrary rule for reaxons. and venerable pre
cedents for genuine philosophy, making tbe wbole
field of be science a oomplete ' terra iucoirnita."
To procuce good practical accounts tbe undemand
ing, and not the memory simply, sbould be address
DAiLY LECTURES, etc One or more lectures
will be given daily, on the following subjects
Accounts. Penmanship, Mercantile CusLo nis. Bank
ing, Exchange Calculations, CorrespondeuceJ Com
mercial Law. Political Economy, Commercial
Ethics, rffkllroading, etc. .Besides the usual lec
tures ou Law, etc.. iu Colleges 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 study, and on
expressly on calculation. -
PssiiASsinp. Cximcii inoOi.i ahestal. Tbis
department,-will be und v the- supcrinteudaace of
two of the be8t peumcn of the day. Business wri
ting will be taught upon the new method of Folsom's
CbirbylhrnoeTapby. exactlne to tb beat of an ir-
strunieut,'and producing the popular commercial
hand ia much less than the aual lime.
B. For narliculars seud for Circulars. Cata
logues, etc.. and addrc-fathe Principal. .
Kjr A laige library win Be coenertrd with the
uonrge, containing tne vaitoua works on Hook
keeplug. Mercantile Law. ett.. to which the stu
dents will have access.
Cleveland, Nov. 8, IBM. 43US, ;
BACON'S WERCAiNTILE CO EGE
NORTH-WEST C011XEJ1 SIXTH AND WALNUT.
1 ERSONS desirous of becoming thorough
and accomplished accountants, will find it
greatly to their advantage to call on the un
dersigned, beiore engaging clsewhere,as he is
prepared todemonstrutc, fully, that his accom
modations for students, the comprehensiveness
ol tbe course of insi ruction, and lacilities for
procuring situations for those desirous of ob
taining them, ate unsurpassed , as it is be
lieved, unequaltd,) by any similar institu
tion in the United States...
Iu addition to the regular course of instruc
ti n, there will be a . . .
SERIES OE LECTURES
on topics ui" great importance in a commer
cial point ot view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy
Storer, E. D. Mansheld, Esq., Rev. Sainuel
VV. Fisher, Honry C. Lord, Esq., Prof. Cbas.
W. Wright, and other eminent Lecturers and
Business men. These lectures I.citig anew and
important leatuie tfot introduced in any of the
Other Mercantile Colleges.
Notwithstanding the great expense atten
dant upon securing the services of able Lec
turers and Assistants, the Terms for Tuition
wiil remain aa heretofore, viz : i -
For a full course of instruction in D E
Book-Keeping, Writing, Commercial
Calculation, Lectures, &c $4000
Writing (only) per month.. 5 00
At a meeting of tbe-Graduating Class of Bacou's
the Mercantile College, lield in tlie Lecture Kooin
of College edifice, Friday, llth March, 11853, J. S.
Baker "Was appoiutcd chairman, and Weston Ar
nold, Secretary. Ob motion; a Committee of five,
composed ot U. J. Bowman, J. S. Baker, E. J.
roi'i-ylb, 1 . o. riavvycr and ueo. IMcool, was ap
pointed to report resolutions ex-pressive of the
b&b'4i;.iHiuu entertained by the class, of the mer
ilir. this lnstiLuUou, and of tue character and
qttcliiicatIons of the Principal aud b-i Assitikaiits.
V-tA bereupou, the coiumiuce reported tbe follow
ing preamble and resolutiuus, which were nnaui
mously adopted :
ViiicaKA8, W"e, the members of tbe Graduat
ing Class of K. S. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
about to separate, desire to give expressiou w our
feeliiiss of respect for ouresleemcil Instructor, and
his corps of able assistants. Therefore,
itcA4ieea, That tbe thanks of the class are due
to our said instructors for the uuilorm kinduess of
their deportment toward us while in this Institution--
at the same time tbe thoroughness of their
instructions hasentitled tbem to our highest re
spect anil confidence.
Reselvcd, That wo recommend to this Instititu
tiou to all who may desire to acquire a commer
cial education, as alTordiug the greatest facilities
for such acquisition.
Resolved, That we as a class, affix nur names
to these proceedings, and tbat a copy of them be
deli vered lo K.S. Bacuu, aud that they be published
iu the city .papers.
H. A. Bowmau, 8. Black. Wm. W. Snyder,
Isaac Baughman, J. S. Baker,1 "Franklin Elliott,
P.W.Carroll, E. J. Fuisyth, A. Paddock,
George tvichol,- G. II. Hughes, Weston Arnold, :
James Thompson, H. D. Kyger, Dauiei Bowes, -W.
T. Robiuson, George llarvie, S. Fields .
Bavon's MsacAS-riLB Collcok. "The examina
tion of tbe student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a
degree of proficiency on their part highly credit
able lo themselves and Mr. Bacou, their instruct
tor, Tbe most difficult problems iu Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as ibe most simple, giviug
ample proof to the audience tbat tbe information
imparteddurinf. ths session would b or practical
benefit." Cincinnati Enquirer of March 12t, 1H.3.
Th various complex questions proposed by the
Principal and other gentlemen present, were an.
swered with great promptitude and cuueiseness,
which relied great credit upou tbe course of study
pursued at this luslitutton." Cim. Daily Gazette..
"hit. Bacon is unrivalled as a teacher.' A di
ploma from tbis College in Cincinnati, is required
as a time ysa i,siu nuiaiuingsiiuaiiousiu iue iwbi
Mercantile Houses in large cities." CA7h'e(s
Ancient JdeSrmpmti Ma bth, 1653. '
Mr Bacon has constructed tbe upper portion of
Ms building expressly for tbe purposes of bis col
lege, and without any doubt, it is the most com.
plete arrangement or the kind in the U. States.
IWnrtmnat. Gazette, Jfev. 6. 1853.
T'J'his whole Institution is undoubtedly the most
elegsntaad finished establishment, for the pur.
poses in the world." Knquirer. , .
r Feb. 2-J, 1854. nlO. tl. . "
pv Us. I LAKK 4fc CHAM 13 would re
1 sncclfally inform the citizens of Ashland
and vicinity, that tbey have-associated them,
selves tftgethcr for the practice of Medicine
and Su-gc'ry in all theiV various branches, and
by dilip eoce snd close attention to their office,
and prompt attendance upou alt calls at alt
hours, thev boDO to merit a" literal aliuro oi
IpnbliV patrouage. Da. Clak offers his thanks
VI all mose wno navo iticiuimc i.iuitii ..im
itl their business, and will tio unuer renew
d oblitrations for a continuance of the same.
Di. CnAifE, will devote special attention to the
study add practice of Surgery in all its vari
eties,, and more especially in all diseases ol
the Ky -reither acute or chronic.
fjso? urncE, adjoining iviiiiiugiou's orug
Store, opposite P. & J. Kisser's itore.
ttJ-Dn. Class: s rostueiice near tue mcmo-
Di. CiAKC'a on third street opposite W.
WmmV. '; 4 " P. H.CLARK, M.D.
k : I. i.. CRANE, M. D.
April 19th, 1854 n48tl ,
A NEW A N D - IM I' U It 1 A IN . I
ROUTE TO - TRAVELLERS. .
1 . signed bos
S-?iSSSvi running tjEX
'hiT II 11 Try-'" from
Ashland to . LoodoDLVilie-t-leaving Ashland
every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at fi o'j
clock, A.M.atd arriving at Loudonville at 2 P.
M., connecting wi'ththe 3 o'clock P. M. train
for Pittsburgh and the 4 o'clock P Mtrain for
Crestline same daytn ': Leaving Loudonville
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, on
the arrival of Eastern train at 10 A. M., and
arrives at Ashland at 3 P. lt-i thereby enab
ling passengers to go either East or Weston
the cars same day. or those coming on morning
train either from E:.st or West can get to Ash
land without delay; and citizens wishing to
visit the south part of tbe county, can havo an
opportunity to transact their business and re
tirn the sume trip, and tics versa. Fare
through one doilaf.
A liberal deduction to families and pleas
ure parties. Enquire of the uiidorsigued at
t lui Frank I iu Houso in Ashlaud, or ut the
Railroad Depot, or Post OIBce in Loudonville.
. W. ROBESON, Proprietor; :
Passengers tak n to or from any Hotel ei
ther at Ashland or Loudonville. .
- Ashland, July 13, 1853 3m 8 .'
ALAN SON WALKER unuounces to the public
tbat be is now pi'eiisred to niako coftius on
tbe shortest notice, at prices much less than tbey
ate made at any other shop Ashlnnd. -lie cau bs
lound at KiicchLaum's old shop. 3d st. , Asbland.
May 7th, leet. Stf.
,SII441IJ ' -
" Stabler' Diarrha-a Cardial.
IS a pleasant Mixture, compounded in agrce
, uieut with the rules of Pharmacy, of therapeu
tic agenta, long know n and celebrated for their
peculiar efficacy in curing DIAHHHiEA, and simi
lar affections of tbe system. In its action, it
allays Kii'm aud pioiliicaa a healthy condition
of tbe LlVKKrtbiisremoviu Lb cause at the same
time it cures the disease.
Stabler's Anodyne Cherry Exp-cfoi oi:t
Iscoufidently recommended to invalids, as vnsv
RPAssan by any kuowa preiwration. ror tho cure
of Cenghe Hoarsenees, and other focmsof Cossi
Celde; BROKHlTiS, ASTHMA. ROUP, D5SUMP
TION in an early stage, and lor the Relief of the
patient even in advanced stages ef that fatal dis.
ese.- ' ..i -' r- - - . - .
It combines, in ascientlfic i.iauner, remedies of
lougesteomed value, with others of more recent
discevery;aud besides its strntking and tonic quali
ties, acts thro' the skin, gently and with great ef
ficacy, for the cure of tbis class or diseases.
, ' J ' . , : - :
The . valuable jMedioincs above named have receo
tly been introduced, with the approval of a num.
tcr of our Medical Prefteeien in the city of Balti
more and evey where, and in practice have succee.
ded most.'.adiiiri-ably. in jcarin the diseases for
u-hicb they are prescribed. '.They ara -ofiercd to
the country practitioners Of Medicines which be
can in all respects depend upon as prepared-; ia
agreement with the experience of some of tbe
most learned and judicious Physicians and strictly
in conformity with the ralus ef Pharmacy, and
as especially serving- his convenience,- who can
not an readily as the City Physician, have his own
pre icvlptious compounded by a practical Pbarrnai
ceutist. . f
See tbe descriptive Pamphlets. to be hat? trratiaof
all who have the - Medicines- for sale,-containing
econimendat ions from Doctors MAa-ruf, Balt
ssi.l, Adoitih, Pavsk, Hahoy, Lovk, 6tc.
so Doctor S. R. Maetijt says,.-"! do not hesitate to
recommend your JJiarrluen Cardial aud jlnedfn
Qherrn Expectorant," eye. -' - - -
Duct. Johh Addisoh sayj It gives me much
pleasure to add my testimony to that of others, .a
favor of the extraordinary . ejieaen of your Ltiarr
hasa Corlial rc.f and of the r,ttmal " I have
no hesitation in rscomatsntUng t Jmss valua.
ble medicine," dec. " j
Doct. R A. Paths says be bas ases tb Didtr.
asm. Cordial In his practice "with tbejiappjest ef
feet, and tbinks it one of the most convenient
aud sfheien'. combinations ever offered to our pro
fession." .... J !
. Doct. L. D. Hak'ot writes, ''I have'adminisicr
ed youritfrtf yne F.zpeetorant in - several coses of
Bronchia.. ffection, with tbe most happy rey nlt-e,
and from a knowledge of ifts admirable efiectd,
I- can, -with tbe sreateet contideuce, recommend
it," 4&c. . . . .
Doct. W. S. Love writes tons tbat he bas afl
ministorcd the .Expeetorant to bis wife, who has
bad the Bronchitis for fourteen years, and that
she is fast recovering from her long standing ma
lady. It has in a few weeks done her mere good
than all the remedies she bas heretofore used nn.
der able medical counsel. - , -
StxTsxs of the best ApoT-nEcaairs and PniKS
AcscTisTsin-tbeCity of Baltimore. "We arcsaiibii.
eil tbepreparatiqns known- as Stabler jBnodyu
Ckerrv Expectorant' and Stablcr's Diarrktxa Cor
dial, are medicines of Great Valcs, and very ef
ficient for tbe relief and cure of tbe diseases for
which they are recommended; tbey bear tbe evi
dence of skill and care in their preparation and
style of putting up. and we take plead sure iff re
Twkktt Szvsx of the most respectable Jits, ch
ants, residents of Martlaso, ViaeiitiA and KoaTn
Caro Lisa, who have sold and also used these
medicines themselves, say.t'From our own experi
ence and tbat of ourcsstostrrjr, we do confidently
recommend themPro Bono Publico. We have never
known any remedy used for the diseases for whics
tbey are prescribed to be so etbeieut. and to. give
sucn enure sausiacuiou 10 an." . : .- z .
Tbe above notices ofrccmnmeridaticm from rm-m-
bersofthc MEDICA FAULTY, PHARMAEUTISTS
of high standing, and AlKKt HANTS of the first
respectability, snoulil be simcienl to satisfy all.
that luese medicines arevort ay of trtat ov the Bi
lleted, and that tbey are of a different stamp and
class from the, 'Quackery" aud "Cure-. Ails" sp
much imposed upon the public. . ..- ;
For Sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and conn
try Store-keepers generally.
FOUND AT LAST.
A Mystery l-xiaiijod.
A Kvolutlou Is Certain, Victory ts Ours.
DR.. A. L. ADAMS'
X7KW TfinORY OP BISISAS'E 1
s avyaheiiin the
X' inquiry in the minds of all who read it;
it st that Americans have been bo lone and o
slavishly immured iu darkncsaaudigDOiauce on the
Dli. A. L. ADAM6T LIVER BALSAM.
TI1 CREAT PANACEA OF DISEASE,
is offered to tbe aniicUd of the States and Tciri"
torier for the entire cure of Liver' C-iniplatnts all
stages. Bilious. Fever, Ague aud Fever, Chronic
Lung Fever. Dropsical Affections,- Consumption,
fielow Complaints Diarrhea, Dysentery, Rheuma
tism, Bleeding Piles Blind Piles, rcrofula, tail
Khcuni, Dyspepsia, Geuera: Debility, Xcrvousncsd,
Coslivcness, ludigcstion, Otslructcd jMcustrua.
Dr. A. L. Adams' Liver Ralsam bas stood tbe
wrec and test for the lat fifteen years, and has
proved to the most skeptical, beyond a shadow of a
doubt, that it is . - . .. -
Tlie'oaly ReliuLlc MeiliciiicEvcr Discover,'
ibeing purely all vegetable.) for the pcrmaneiit cure
of the above diseases. The most skeptical have be
como its most sanguine votaries, and pronounced
the Liver Balsam to be .the
a ul j Unliable llaibiiigtr of He. llUto tlir
AFFLICTED, EVEBY WHERE. '-
Testimonials come up from every track it has
made, swollen with expressious of gratitude, for
the relief received by its use. And in sub in itting
tbis, the Liver Balsam is recommended to all those
suflei uig under the ; , :J r
IRON Ci l'ASP oftbe MOSK I EUEtEA'L
and at once procure one bottle of Dr. A..- L. Adams'
Liver Balsam. . -
Tbe readers is referred to tho Medical Tract,
found by mailing application to the Agent where the
Balsam is sold. giviug a full epitome of tba cause
aud cure of all diseases; containing, aUo certifi
cates from those wh y have tested its unparalleled
acendaucy over tbe diseased to wbtco we are all
subject. Sold by R. II. CHUBB, fc Co., Ashland
John-MoCrorey, West Windsor; Sturges iBiglow
-Mansfield; J. P. Statnets. Rowsburg; J.- H.
llaumgattledor Co., Wooster
G, K. Scin-r, General Agent, No. CT Randolph
Street Ghiaago, Illinois.
February 1, 185). n37 ly. ' ,
J null ft ice, Yj-s pepsin, Chronic
vssuts Debility Disease tike Ji.j
vssuts Debilily uisoase eta tnejuaneys,
And all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, such as Constipation, luwoid Piles,
Fulluessor Blood to tho Heart. Acidity of ths
Stomach, Nausea, Heart Burn, Disgust lor Food,
Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructa-
" tipns. Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the
Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and
, Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heait.Chok
ing or Suffocating Sensation when in a lying
posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
the bight. Fever and Dull l-ain in the Head. De.
liciency of Prespiration, Yellowuessof tbe Skin
and Eyes, Pain in . the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
&c. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning tn ths
Flesh, constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great
- Depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured by
using. -- - - . - -',' n ' " '
Dr. Hooflaiid'B Celebrated German Bitters.
1 PREPARED BY DR. C. M.JACKSON, at theGeri
man Medicine Store, 1-JO Arcb St, Philadelphia
Their power over the above diseases ia not excelled.
If equalled, by any other preparation ia the U. States
as tbe cures attest, in many coses- after skillful
physicians bad failed. . . . . -
These Bitten are worthy the attention of invalids.
Possessing great virtues in tbe rectification of dis
eases oftbe Liver and lesser glands, exercising tbs
most searching powers in weakness and affections
of the digestive organs, they axe withal sale, cer
tain and pleasant. - - . ' '
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
E. B. Perries, Marietta, Ohio, Feb. 19, 1851. said
'Your Bitters are bigbly prised by those who have
used tbem. In a case of Liver complaint, of ioug
standing, which bad resisted the skill of several
Physicians, was entirely cured by tbe use of five
bottles." C. L. Drake, Freedom, Portage ml, O.,
April 83, 4852, said j '-The German Bitter you sent
me laslbave not yet came to band.. I have beon. out
of the article for some time, to the great detriment
or invalids. , It is a medicine much thonght-of aud
sought after in this oomraoBity.' :-
B.M. HcTrmsso ..!., Bedford, Cuyahoga co.,
O. August 26, 185-2, said: ' Tbe -Bitters you ship
ped me in May last are all gone 1 think it a
good medicine, and I am recommending it to -my
patients and friends, (which I do for no other pat
ent medicine.) You will please forward a large
supply." - -
- S. Faanca, Wooster, O., Nov. 30, 1852, said :
" lhave used some three or four bottles 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
Wm. Ore. .Wooster, O., October 2. 1852, said :
You ask me my opinion of the German Bit
ters. I have used tbem for Dyspepsia and Indi
gestion, and take pleasure in statingtbat I think
they are the very best remedy extant for tbe above
complaints they are decidedly in advance of all !
Um proprietary medicines of tbe day."
Mr. Ore is a distinguished lawyer of Wooster.
These Billers are entirely vegetable. Tbey never
prostrate tho system, but invigorate it.
For Sale by R. H. CHUBB fc CO., Ashland, and
by Druggists aud dealers in medicines everywhere.
Ashland Feb. 1. n37 ly. - j
BARBER'S LINE OF HACKS,
land for New
at 7 o'clock
v AM con
nection with the carson the Cleveland Colum
bus and Cincinnati Rail Road.
Returning, leave NcwLondou after the ar
rival of the trains.
Leave Asbland for Mansfield on Mondays,.
Wednesdays and Fridays, at 1 o'clock, P M.
Leave Ashland for Wooster oh Tuesdays
Thursdsys and Saturdays at 5 o'cloi-k P M
September, 16o8. ' tstf
Carter's auish 'Kisjurt
TDF. GREAT ft'RTFIER CF THE BLOCD.
NOT A PAR TICLE OF MERCURY
-'-:-:-' . in yi ; .-,.
AN Infallible Remedy ror Scrofula, King's Evil
Rheumatism, Obsttuate Cntaneoas Eruptions,
Pirhplee or Pusiyes on the Face, tllotcliea. Suits.
Chrcuic Bore Eyes, Ring Worm or Tetter, Scald
Head, Enlargenel and Pain of the Bones and
-Joints, Stnbboru Ulcers,. Syphilitic Disorders.
Lnmba?o, Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases
arising from an injudicious use or Mercairr, im
urtrdence in Life, or Impurity of ths Blood.
Tbis valuable Medicine; which bas become cele
brated for tlie number ef extraordinary cures ef
fected through its agency,- bas .inducted the .pro
prietors, at the urenHrequest of their friends,, o
offer it fo-the public, which they do with the tit
most confidence In its virtues and wonderful cura
tive properties." Tbe following certificates, select
ed Irons a large- numbex, are,. nwe-ver,.- stronger
tcstimeny than-the mere word of the- propristors ;
and are all from gentlemen well known -in their
localities, and of the highest respectability, many
of tbem residing iu tbe city of Richmond, Ya;.
F. Butocj, Enq.. of tbe Exchange Hotel, KirU-
mond, keowu every whore, says he- baa seen the
Aiedtcln called Cartel Spanish Mixtuie Adminis
tered in over a buudred cases, in nearly all tbe dis
eases for wbiefa It is recommended, with the most
astonisningiy go oa results, a says it is tbe most
rxltmoxdioary medicine be haseverseeii." ' ?-
Usui as. Fsvia GactT Cork. lherehy tertl 4
ty, that lor inrse years i had Agio: aud t-everortue
most violentdescription. 1 bad several Physici
ans, took .large qu&ulitiea.of .Quinine, Mercnry,
and 4 believe all the Tonics, advertised, but ail
without any permanent lelieC At last I tried Car
lei's Spauieb Mixture, two bottles of which effect
ually cured me, and 1 am .happy to ray I have had
noilher Chillsor Fever since. "1 .-onsider It the best
tonic ia the world, and the. only medicine that
everxcached my case. " '- '- ';- .
-. , ' JOHN LOBGDENJ I
Jleavcr Dam, near Kichmor Va.. --- . . t
B. Lot a Esq., now In thf cHy of Rlebmesd,
Olid for many years in the Post Office, has such con
fideuceiin, the astonishing efficacy of - Carter's
Spaisb Mixturei, that be has bought upwards ef 50
buttieM, which be bas given away to the "afflicted.
air. luck says ue iirs never, known It to rail wben
taken accoiding to dircetions. . -
. Dr. Minci, a practicing.Pbysicfanand formerly
of the ity Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says
he baa witnessed In a number of instances the
effects of Salter's Spanish Mixture which -were
most truly surprising. He says in s case of Con
sumption, dependent on the Liver, the rocd -effects
were wonderful indeed. - - y f tui
Sascckl M Dsinkkr, of tbs firm cf'Dnnker- ck
Morris. Richmond, was cured of LTver Cemnlalnt
of 8 years standing, by the use of two bottles of
Cartel's iSparueh Mixture. - ' i
GritAT l!t.-ns or SiRortriA. The Editors of tbs
Richmond Republican had a servant employed ia
their press room, cured of vioieot Scrofula, com.
bined with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled
bim from work. - Two bottles of farter's Spanish
Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and tbe Edit
ors, in a publio notice, say tbey "cheerfully recom
mend it to all who are afflicted with any disease
tbe blood." .
Ctill Akotdxr Scrr or ScRoruLA. Ibsd a veiy
valuable boy cured of Scrofula by Carter's Span
ish Mixture. 1 consider it truly a valuable mcdi
cine. - Jomca M. Taylor, Conductor on the H. E. ci
Pi K. R. o.. Richmond. Va.
SALT RfTEUM OF 20 YEARS STANDING "PRE :
Mr. Johk Tiiostvaon, residing in tbe city of Rich
ssond. woacurcd by threo bottles of Carter's Span
is.li Mixture, ef SaltRheum, which be had nearly U0
years and which "all the pbarcians of the city
coo Id pot care, Mr. Thompson rs a well known
merchant in the city of Richmond, Va. , and his
cure is most remarkable. . -' - t
Wat. A . Mattoews, of Richmond, bad a servant
cured of Syphilis, iiTtbe worst form, by Carter's
Spanish Mixture. .He says be cheerfully recom
mends it. and considers it an invaluable medicine.
RicHARii E WitsT. of Richmond, was "circd,Ql
Scrcfula, and what Physicians called confirmed
consumption, by "three bottles cf garter. Sponisk
Kdwis Bchtoh, commissioner of the revenae,
says be bos sees tbe good effects of Carler'sSpanisb
Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, aud says
it is a perfect cure for that horrible disease.
- vVn. G. Hamviud, of Richmond, cured of Old
sores and Ulcers, which disabled bint from walk
ing. Took a fear bottles of Carter's Spanish Mis
ture. and, was euabled to walk without a crutch.
in a short time permanently cured
Principal Depots at M. Ward C
Close & Co., No.
83, Maiden Lane, New York
I . W. Dyotx & Sous. No. 123. Xortb 2d Street.
Burnett & Bekrs, No. 125, Main St., Richmond,
Arid for sale -y R. H. Cnoss. Ashland. H-S See,
A Co. Savauua, J.S.CNMINUSR, nayesvilte, J. rlorr
MAN, Jeromeville, Andersoe 5r Rowam, Luudon
ville, and Dealers iu Medicines everywhere.
Jan. W,'5i.r u351y.
Philadelphia Medical House Established Sd
years ago, by Dr. KINKEHN, corner ol TliirV
aud Union streets, between Siiuce Pine,
Invalids are apprised that Dr. Kilielin con
fines his practice) to a particular bra nob of med
icine wliiob engages his undivided attention,
He aatious the unfortunuto against the . abuse
of mercury -thousands are annually mercurial
ized out of life. Recent alTeelions are prompt,
ly extinguised. Twenty years of Experience
in the treatment of a class of diseases hitherto
neglected and imperfectly understood, has en
abled Dr Kinkclin, (Author of a work en Self
Preservation,) tu prove that uine-tenths oftbe
causes of nervous debili'y, local and constitu
tional weakness, -mental, and physical suffer
ing, aro traceable to certain habits, forming the
most secret -yet deadly and fatal aprings ol
domestic i isery and premature mortality. . '
- Tak Pat ticular Notice j There is an evil ha
bit sometimes indulged in by boys, in solitude,
often growing up with them to mnnhood, and
which, if not reformed in due time, it not only
begets serious obstacles to matrimonial happi
ness, but gives rise to a series of protracted,
insiduoae and devastating affections. Few ol
those who rrive' way to tbis pernicious piac-
tice are. aware oftbe consequences, until they
find the .nervous, system shattered, feel strange
and unaccountable feelings, and vogue fears
in the mind.- ' -' . ' .
The unfortunate thjs affected becomes fee-'-
ble, is uncble to labor with accustomed vigor,
ot to apply, his mind to study ;- btastep is x&v
dy aud weak, he "is dull, irresolute,- and en
gages in bis (port with less energy than usual.
. If he emancipate himself before the p mo
has done its worst, and enter matrimony, bis
marriage is unfruitful, and his sense tela him that
tbis i caused by bis follies eaIy. These sie coc
siderations which should awaken the attention
ofthose similarly situated.-- -. ; .:;. '
.Marriage requires the fulfillment of several
conditions, in. jjrder that it "may be really the
cause of mutual happiness.- Could -the veil
which covers the origin of domestic wretched
ness be raised, and its true source in every in
stance' disclosed in how msny eould it be
traced to- physical disqualifications and their
attendant disappointments! Apply then while
it is yet time, in order to have your unstrung
and relaxed orgauizationrebroeed, from making
your case known toone who, from- education
and respectability,, can certainlv be revivified
:nd strengthened. ' - - ;.
; Remember that he who places himself nri
der Dr. Kineliu's treatment, may religiously
confided in bis honor as a gentleman, and rely
upon the assurance, that the secrets of Dr. K.'s
patients will never be Hiselosed." ' ' '-
Youug man let no false modesty deter jou
from making your case known to one -who,
from education and respectability, can certain
ly befriend you.
. Too many think they will conceal the secret!
in their , own hearts, and care themselves.
Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and
how many a promising young man, who might
have been an ornament to society, has faded
from the earth. j - , '
Strictures of the 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
Country Invalids can have, by stating their
case explicitly, together with all their symp
toms, per letter cnclosiug a remittance) Dr.
K.'a medicine, appropriated accordingly.
Forwarded to any part of the United States,
and packed secure from DAMAGE or CURIOS
Youth and Manhood-- vigorous Life or a prema
ture .Death Kiukelin on Self Preservation Only
It is a work eminently required, ss a moan
of reforming the vices of the age in which
N ATDUK'S GCIDE.
fTitk rules for Ike Prolongation of Life, just from
A letter with a remittance of So cents, ol
tie vain,, in post stamps, addressed to Dr. Kin
olin.PhiladKlobi.-i. Pa., will secure a copy of
either ofthe above books by return mail of
12 copies will be sent f-ee ot postage lor i.
Booksellers, Canvasserr, Travelling Agents,
&c, supplied wholesale at the publisher's pri
ces, which admit of a large rofit. oVsT Al
lettert mud be post paid.
March 22nd, 1254. Iy44
-TOriCE is hereby-given, that the undersigned has
aN been duly appointed and qualified as Adiuins
tratorof the Estate of Samnel Wierman, deceased.:
late of Moutgooseiy township. Ashland county.
Ohio. LEVI OSWALD.
Asbtsn! Sept. 90th. 1854. 3wl7
iflcMriucs. ji ?)
MEDICATED INHALATION: -;
"A ttxv Method,
A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY bse
recently been made by Dr. Curtis, for
the cure of Asthma, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, and all Long Complaints, by '
Medicated Inhalation. Dr. Curtis' Ilfgrna, of
Inhaling Bygtnian Vapor and Cherry Syrup,
has accomplished the most wnderfuL cures ut
Asthma aud Coutomntion in the City of New
York and vicinity for a few months past, ever
known to man. It is producing an iwpressuin
on Disease ofthe lungs never beiore witness
ed by the Medical Profession., See certiti
catea in hands of Agents. ' '
The Inhaler is worn on the breast, nmler ll.e
linen, without the least inconvenience,, the
bent of the body being sufficient lo eraporato
the flu.d, Aopplying the lungs constantly with
a healing and agreeable vapor, passing into
all the air-cells and paasages ol the longs that
ennnbt possibly be reached by other medicine
Here is a eases v -i ' -.-re., re
l Asibma Cured." r .-'
, r BnooKLiR, N. Y-, Dee. 20th, 1S63.- - '
For about eight yeais I havo bee. severely
afflicted with the Asthma; for the last two
years I have suffered beyond sit power vf -dr-ceripiion
; months at a time I bavs, not. bee-it
able to sleep in bed, netting what rest I could .
sitting in my chsir. Mydifhcolty of breathing,
and my snflerings were so great at times, tbat
for honrs together nay -friends upectew emck
hoar would be my last. , Daring the. past, six '
years I have bad the aid and attendance of
some of ihe most celebrated physicians, bat
havo received no permanent benefit, and bat
little relief. - I at length -had tbe good fortune -to
procure Dr. Curtis',, Hygrana Vapor and
Cherry Syrup,-" At tbe time 1 first obtained . it,
I was apffering under one of my most violent
attacks, and was in great distress, almost suf
focating for want of breath. In lens than ten
minutes Iroso the time I applied the I.kaljsr "
to my simoinacb, and took a teaspoonfuLof tho '
Cherry Syrup, I was relieved jn a great meas
ure from the difficulty ol brealbing, and had
a comfortable night." I have since coniinaed
itVjwitb the greatest pofsible benefit, and m
now comparatively well. God only knows Ihe '.
amount of suffering this medicine has relieied
mcfrom. My advice to the suffering is.--fry it.
' t ' r MARGARET EASTON-' -
' ' ' ' Consumption Cured,. .-
. -" -New YoK.Dec. 27lU,18lj3;!
I came to New York i n th e ship T jeg re phi.
my native place. is St. John's, Now Brunswick; .
when I reached tbis .city, my ' bealtb was very -poor:
bed a very bad cough, raised s'good deal
of matter, which was frequently mixed with -bloxtd;
bad pain in. my left aide, and was very
thin and emaciated. My friends and physician '
pronounced my case Consumption, aad beyond - '
the reach -omcdicine- I accidentally heard '
ot Dr. Curtis' Hygenia, or inhaling Hygeaa Va
por and Cherry Syrup, and obtained a package,
which I verily believe v. as tho means of saving
my life- Soon alter wearing the Inhaler. 1
took the Cherry Syrup" as directed, and' Coa
fisned to do so, toy conyli gradually growing -better,
untilit entirely left me, and 1 now con- -aider
myself curedr - 1 still ,wear the Inhaler,
as the use of it is rath rr pleasant, and believing
iCstrengthening and purilt ing to the lungs, H
feel unwilling at present to dispense with iC
- JOHN WOODi-'
t. -told by Boyd it Paul, N'. 149 Chaasbera .;
C- II. Ring, corner nl John street and Broad-.
way ,"Nf Y. Price 93 a package. ; , "
N. B. Any person inclosing. $3 to Boyaj
Paul, or Cortis Ja Perkins, New York, wil ra
ceive s package containing a bottle ol llygessj
Vapor, one of Cherry Syrup, and an Inhaler
in a neat box, by express, tree to any part of.
the United Siates or four packages for 910
June 7, 1864 .'".. 12.
faflA.w, K OW .TUSl2y.;-,.
An InTsalnsible) Isaxib for twenly'-flis
eta. ''Every jk'amilj- slaotald hv
a Copy" " " ......
1 HA nfin cP!e lolI in less than a year. A '
lUl.UUl new edition, revised aud ijuorosad.-.
just issued. .. . ...
Air. llcKTER-s Medical Manual and Sand Boot for
th aJhUUd Containing an outline of tbe origin, '
pjogiess, treatment and cure of every form of die .
ease contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse,
by self-abuse or by sexual excess, with advica for
tbeir prevention, written iua-familiorstyle, avoid-
ing all medical technicalities, and every tbing that,
would offend tbe ear o ' decency : with an outline :
of complaints incident to Females, from the rssalt
of some twenty years' successful practice, srsia
sively devoted to the curs of diseases of a delisats
or privats nature. . .
ta which is added receipts fur tbe curs cf tbs
abovs diseases, and a treatise on the causes, syup.
tome and cure of the Fever and Ague.
7'etist4lty TheProfessorof Obetenieo in Penn. -College,
Philadelphia " Dr. H outer's Medical Man.
ual." Tbe author oftbia work, uulikeihe uiajority
of tbose who advertise to cure tbe diseases of w hisb
lttieats is a graduate of one of the best Colleges ia
tbe United States. It affords me pleasure to leooiib
nicnd him to the unfortunate, or to the victim oJ;'
malpractice." as asuccesslul and experienced pr aa--"
titioner. .n whose bouor and integrity they suar
place the greatest Confidence. -
JU. . LUJliSUUHt, . v.
From JI. Woodward, M. !., feus. University, ,
Philadelphia. it gives me picture to add my tesii
mony to tbe nrolessioaal ability of tne Author Li
the -' Medical Mamoai.- Kumerous caecs cf Dis
ease of the Genital Orgaus, some of tbem of losa
staudinghavscome under my notice, in which ai. ' -.
skill bas been manifest ia restoring to peract
health, iu some cases where tbe patient aa basir
considered beyund medical aid. la tbe treatment. .
of Seminal weaknesses, or disarrangement ef tbe"
functions produced by self abuse or Excess cf veu
ery, 1 Co not know bis aupcrior in the profession.
1 have beeu acquaiuted with the Author somsthir-.
iy years, and deem it no more than justice to him
as well a kindness lo the unfortunate victim of
early indiscretion, to recommend him as one iu
whose professional kill and iulsgrity they may
safely confide themselves. . .
ALrKEP WOePWARP, 4M. U.
"ThisU. without exception, the most compre-.
hensive and iulelliRlble wi4jrk iiublisbed on the
class of diseases of which it treats. Avoiding alt
technical terms, it addi-escsitaelf to tho i-easou oi
its readers. Itisfiee from all objectionable mat
ter, and no parent, however fastidious can object
to placing it in tbs hsuds of bis sons. Tbe autbui
has devoted many years to the treatment of tb
darioua complaints treated of, and, with too tittlo
areata to pun, aii too nine prasumpuon ae ui
posOrbehas offered to the world, at Ibe merely nomi
nal price of 23 cents, tbe fruit of some twsnty years '
most successful practice." Herald. ..
"o teacher or parent should ne wiinout ma
knowledge imparted iu tbis invaluable work. II
would save years of pain, mortification aSd sorrow
to the youth under their charge. "-People' JUvtmate.
A Presbyterian clergyman ra Uhio, writing ol
Hunter's Medical Manual" says: "Thousands
upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and'
innuenoe oftbe passions, have been led intar tbe
babit or self-pollution, witbout realising the si. snd
fearful consequeuces upou themselves und their pos-.
terity.' The constitutions of thousands wbo are '
raising families bavsbeeu enfeebled, il not brv-keu
down, and they do not know the cause or the cure.
Anything that cau be done so to enlighten aud in
fluence tbe public mind as tocher k, and ultimately,
to' remove this wide spread source - of 'human'
wretchedness, weald confer the grsataat blessing
nexLLu inereligica of . Jesus Christ, enthepraeent
and coming generation., Intemperance (ortbeose
of intoxicating drinks ) though it has slain thou
sands, is not a greater scourge to the human race.
Accept my tbanksoa behalf of ths afflicted, and, bs- -lieve
me, your to. worker iu tbs good woik you atst -i
so actively engaged in . ,.".',',
One copy (securely enveloped) will be forwarded
free of postage, to any part of the United States ftr.
SSceuts.or six copies for 91. Address, port paid )
tTOSUF.K ds CO., Publishers, or Box 196. Pbila.
TfT Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents,
supplied ou tbe moat liberal terms. ,. . '
Aug. 16th. 1854. . . . ; nW-ljr J '
BELIEF IN TEN MINUTES I!
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS are unfil
ing iu the cre of Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Sore. Throats, Hoarseness,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and
Diseases pfthe Lungs. .-Tbey have no taste ot
medicine, andany child willtake them. ' Thou
sands have been restored to health tbst had
before dispaired. Testimony given in hundred
of esses. A single dose relieve inlen min
utest ..-'.-. ff
Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers the orig
inal and only genuine ia stamped 'Bryan.'"
Spurins kinds are offered for sale. . Twenty
five cent a box.' Sold ty dealers generally.
1 .BRYAN fc Co., Rochester, New York, Pro
prietors. Wholesale by J. D. Psrk, Cincin
nati, Ohio W. Fiske Cleveland, Ohio -- - --
- February 8, 1854 n38tf. - .
Or Great WesttVn Hair, Restorative
IT promotes tbe growth, softens, snakes per-',
manent, and restores the- natural . color of
tbe hair. It gives health to the skin aad to the
glands which form the hair; removes all
Scurf, Dandrnff, Eruptions and Feverish Heat
from the scalp. It fastens hair, prevents bald
ne s, aad even causes a full grown, where the
hair has (alien off. Itcontainsno coloring mat
ter, but effects its wonderful changes in tho
condition of tho hair, by giving health to
the skin of the head, and glands which form
the hair. '- . - .' ,' ,
Price 50 cts. per. bottle. A liberal deduc
tion made to wholesale purchasers. Address J.
HIGHWARDEN, Ashland, Asblsnd county.
Ohio. v ' 4 "
January, llth, 1853 34ft
New Cabinet Wareroom
ritHE subscriber respectfully announces'
' I - that be has permanently i"cated himself
in the town of Orange, Ash I and county, Ohio,
where he is prepared to manufacture all kind
of Cabinet Ware, such as
SOFAS, DIVANS. WASH STANDS,
r Dining 7 ablet. Centre Tables, ,
to order, ou the shortest uotice and most res-'
soutble terms. Particular attention given to"
Couutry Produce taken in exchaugeloi work
and Cash always acceptable. '
' - joasf v.itv. -
Orange, April 6, 1S64V 4-t- :