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CLETEUR B HARRF.T.;
1' . , Clsteuibb Fday, December i .
- Jloer Unchanged, holders mora eu; aad
; wiarJta Quiet, good straight brands superfine
sells by dray loads at SSaS,23 choice do. at
t50a875 eilra medium gradef 1 99,50, best
extra $9,75a 10- '...'..
. Wheat Dee lied, and market more active,
aale o330 ba. while afloat el $1,91, aad oae
. car lead mixed at $1,85, which is abore the
" Market fries, MeJiterraaeaa-is held at $1,75.
' - Cora Scarce, and bat very little ia market,
! worthIa63c afloat Tram cars 94a &, ao traa-
. eatioas. . , ,,-.
- ' Dressed Hp readily command 43,L04fi0.
"act, market somewhat active.
. SEW TOBK CATTLE MARKET.
" Raw Yeas. Sow, 87.
Total Receipts Tor the Week ending Monday.
JOV. S7, 183 r - -r
V ": Brvss... ;' 30B1 Bbcep and Lambs. .'i.n.eX
' Veals... ..? I Swine............ 7,008
1 Totalarrivals for slaughter. 13. 60S
'.Total the previous week 28.900
V- Milch Cows ..... 898.
V j Beeves reetsed by Boats. COS . os foot. 983. .
, PrlMt t FitUe Estlssatta ag tbo poaaA for
i-. osafia the quarters ; -.
Sxtea Beef Or best quality of cattle offered to.
K dar.MaKc. ' "
' ' ' Swine Oblo corn -fed Begs, small etas, for mar.
kst te tailing. 4iac, Uto weigat ; still-led Hogs,
. 4Ufc ; hogs for packing 4la3c, live weight ; large
, Hogs, com-fed, dead wciffct, oJc. T-iii. ' -
farrIeJ.-0 the 30th day of November,
Vrf. A. Rumfield, Dr. Geo. Wnoair, of
. '..Tr-ty, to Miss Somas! RicHaaDs,.of Orange,
. Ashtaad County, Ohio.. - . -
-i 1 Om Thsrsday ereniag, the 30lh alt., by
i the JLe. Sam'l Moody, Mr. EnocH Winu,
of Kanfamon Coorty, IIHeois, to Mies JaJts
' Haix, of Orange, Ashland county.
v' Ow tire 26th of November,' near Rows
" trg, 1y Re.: f. ITolmes, Mr. ToWKUtno
Shuulu, aad Miss Lajta fiitiu, all of Perry '
Towoahip. t i .
, AWt tA wmUkrrri mfttn pft a, Btptmlt When
" tnaa become so infatuated with powe', either in
oseeaslon or cxpectancj. as to run off alter every
. aew dogma, and at the oidding of their imperial
masters, put laws in direct notation of the plain
-1 ost rincres of oar republican institutions, it bc
eotnrs the Vox Populi to rise their mi t, with
entdiattnetion of party, and compel eor servants to
vepeal those obnoxtona pocinna of our lawa that
trikeatthe root or our independence. So, alao
- ihraicalty; when men rna off after every new
tangled noatrnm opened t tha public. They not
v orly rndanrer therr own, but the lives of their
"- fami lea and friend. It ia therefore w tb pleasure
we again recommend to the afflicted the use of
Mc A tiaras' i.i.nai.ino OnrrxicirT, an old and
-wll-lried remedy, and almost certain cure Tor
' rtuma, Breie.Cni. Weavele. fics'd Head. Ague in
, um breaot. Corns. Spinal AITectiona, Pevera, and
all Febrile discs, loo numerous to mcntiuu.
-' That by restoring the incnible prrspt-ation.lten
ab lea tbe ayatem to throw off all the oli worn out
' particles, thereby reaionnv to sound and perfect
health. Por sals by S. B. P. Kampaeldc co .and K.
n. Cbubb di eo . ArMand ; J. McOory. Mifflin : T
- " yv. Coulter, Perrville; l. E. stnchmn, Loudon-
viUe: 1. Spencer A CO.. McKay: J. . Kinuinxer dc
" co. HaTesville; Hageruian and Buchanan, llaye-
viUe; Coulter and Goodwin, Lafayette; W. Kpen
. 'er tc a.. Albion; J.J. Wrisht. Sullivan: Michael
- Kriecr. Orange ; H. S. See If C0-, Savauah ; K. P.
Bealjj Tro. .
A Wonderfcl I'ie-.vry ha recently been mcrte
- by Wr.Coii.f nt'. ' tbe tieatmrui of con.
rumpli-n.ajihu . Ajift aUdMucibl Hie luugs.
' We refei t urlia'a Hygean or. (ubaliug Hy
. - gcan Vapc-rand cherry syrup." Within this new
- method ibe lr. baa restored many atCicted ones to
perfect health ; xa sn eviueuse of whicb he has
tnaemerjable certificate. Speaking of tbe treat
- anent a physician renvarka: It is evident that in
- baling constantly breathing an agreeable. healing
- vapor, the medinnal propretiea must come ia Ut
reet contract with the whole of the s:rial cavity
: of the (nags, and thaa escape the many and varied
. - caangee produced upon tbsm when iattoduced in.
to tbe stomscb. sad subject to the process ot di-
sestion.-Tbe HygesnaisfLT sale at all the drug.
aists throughout the country. A T. lfmtcitm.
'. s advertisement of Medicated Inhalation in
caaother column of this paper. .- 12
i Tfyeo are sick, the piobabilKy is that the Toot of
yonr soffcrlng is ia your stomach. From a week
steroscb proceed dysoepma, laneuor. opi ression ia
' ' thediaaphmjm, jausdlce, beadasae, nausea, aai ly
weasssdinaesa of sighlr heartburn, coativeaess.
dyseatry. and a legion of otlier tormenting diseases.
Indigsstioa producestbin blood, and theicfors de
" troy tbe strength and vigor of tbe system. To
''-restore tbe tons of lb. aloeaach, and enable it to
- throw off aad dismiss forever all these tormenting
aad dangerous complaints, nothing is necessary
' bet a perssvsTiug use of Hosrun'i German Bit.
" ters.rcpured by Dr. C. AC. Jacason Philadelphia.
Tbersts ao mistake, no fallare is their sanative
. . otfeou - -4W38 .
: ' IStra CDucrti5cmcnt5; ;
X" : ' ' - . -anna-asf
XAlways Somthing Hew!
::' TO-BE SEEN AT THE
i.' lTgw Jwelry Store in Aihland, Ohio!
o
i-t I . B. GOODFELLOW
' A NNOUNCES to the pnblic, that he has
made largo additions to his splendid
stock of .
-WATdHES AND JEWELRY!
- 'which he is bow offering at oousnai ly low prices.
Among hi stock may be fonnd Uold and
" etllver ratchex, oT every description, va
.. rSiety aad quality. Pins, Ladies' Gold Broach
ee, Grape, Enameled, Cluster. Knot, Cuff aad
SoarfPiaa. . ---
BAR DROPS, HOOKS AKD RIXG?.
Gold. Rings, Lockeu, Pencils, Gold Chains,
Uaglejs Gold Peas and Holders, large as
. , sortmeaU - . .
I SILVER SPOOLS.
" '"' Table and Tea Spoons of pore silver, Ger
man Silver and plated Spoons, flatter Knives,
Saltand Sugar Shovela, Silvei Forka, etc., tc.
- . 3f ooltot Outlory, (
of every description, Trout tbe best American
-.-'-.mad 'Baglisb establishments- Also Need I -s,
- Port Monies, Dressing and Pocket Combs, aad
" ' Pocket Books, Violia aad Guitar Strings.
' ' '' Guggles. Kj e shades. Compasses
' and Acordeona. Right Day and Twenty-four
"Hoar Brass Clocks, in tbe most splendid Ps
pier Macbea, Rosa Wood sndMahogin) case.
- - WATCHES AND CLOCKS.
Cleaned and repaired, and work warranted.
Old Gold aad Silver bought at the higheat
. prieo. 1 will sell Gofds 60 per cout. less thaa
. Pedlersor Uawkerr, aal warrant tbsm bsuer
.. aad cheaper thaa they dare sell. All goods
. sxrarranted sa represented.
BefTTake notice and govern yourselves ac
cordingly ..
-AshUnd. Dec. 6, 1S54. n28tf.
AelaniBistrmtora Sale off Lnd Wetr
i ran .
" Til parsuanee'of an order of the Probate Court f
X Ashland county, made at the December Term,
lf"S4. 1 wiH off- r for bsle at the door of the Court
Houa ia Asblaod, on Jthe 30th day of December
r next, at one o'clock, P. f.. certificate -a Land
" 'Warrant number Ji;fl for ISO acres of land iaaued
' 'by lbs Com. of Psitaious to tbs widow ai d bairs of
William itevinney. and by thru transfered to ons
Joha Pierce, and by him to John Augbey, in his
lile. Terms of Bale one third cash in band, one
. Uiird in one year, and tbe balance in two years
. from sale, with interest aud approved security
wycuFr".
' Adm'r of John Angbey, decd.
J. W. Smith, Atfy for plfr
, fc. 61b. ihH. IsW
i e w ttouk Si i ia ti t r y .
WOULD inform tbe citixensol this p.ace,
that he has permanently located in this
plvee and is prepared to do sll kinds of -
BOOK BINDING!
im mA m n.f fashionable BtvleS. His
' shop i ia theear ofMr.H. W. ImhofPsBook ;
Btsre, Idaia ftlreet, Aahlaad, .
- ICTAliberal share tha sstrenage is
' e s Kov. 30, 18AA. t-s ly
R. D. BOICE,
HAVING ramoved his Stock of Hardware to
tha New Bank Building-, ana door Kist
of tbe Bank, and adjoiaing Hotchkies Butler
Store, invites the attaatioa of those ia waat of
HAEDWABE,
of say dasrriptioa, to tall aad examine.- The
Goods being almoet entirely new,- aad ol Ilia
latent styles, be altera great indocemeais tn
buers. His stock compr see -
. al I Ion and Coach Trimmings !
Cutlery, Axes, Adxes, Broad Axee aad other
eeged Tools; Bash, Door, Bliac's, Glass-, aad
Pmty, Door Latches and Bolts, Butts, cart,
wrought and brass ; Screws. Horse Rasps,
riles, rieel sd 1 ry bquarea, I'ianes, Pisne
Irons, hsad. psnnel rip, cross-cut, mill and
wood Baws, brass pillsr, Jspaa'd aad -bright
Csndiesticks, Snotiers and Trays, snore is ana
Tongs, Forks and Shovels, Pump Chain, Wheels
and Boxes, Pine I obemg, a new article ei
GALVANIZED PUMP TUBEING-1
which exceeds all others, snd the only place it
is to be had in town. Gon-bsrrels, Lock and
Trimmings ; Trace, Log, Cable, Hatter, Dog
aiid Cow C'lisins ; Bad Irons and Stands, strap
Hinges, T Hingee, Hinge aad wrought Neils,
Brass svetues, Uotlee Mills,
Shoo f lza.ra.lxxgCsS.
Linings and Boot Morocco. Patent Dark Leath
er, Oil and Enameled Leather, Patent Seating
and colored Leathers. Enameled Cloths, plain
and figured Brass Bands, Wrenches, Nuts,
Wagon and Buggy Bosea : Steel and Steel
Springs, Wagoa and Carriage Axles, Bolts of
all aises from It to six inches long; iron fur
Wagons and Buggies; a large assortment of
Bar Band, Kod and noop iron oa band and tor
sale at low ngnrea.
aasorted sixes ; Paints, Oils, Turpentine , White
load, Zinc,Braehea, Gin and Floor Cloths.
UPHOLSTERER'S GOODS!
Damaska, Twine, Curled Hair aad Moss, Web,
Shoe Thread. - .
CABINET MAKERS AND UNDERTAKERS!
Fob caa here find a complete assortment of
Co mm trimmings, Handles Klectro Piateo,
Broaxed and Japaa'd -Plates, Fancy Bans,
Screws and Coffin tacks,' French Glass sut to
order for the Lids, Mahogany Kaobs, Chest,
Clipboard, Till and Pad Locks, Castors, Bracee
ax BTtts, Chisels, Augurs aad Augjr Bats, ate.
J us t Received,
39 des. A. White fc 6ons celebrated AXES ;
also, 4 boxesoi those extra Doable Steel Axes,
going fast' Having bean appointed Agent for
tha aale of those Axee exclusively ; yoa ean
only procure the genuine of ma ia this place ;
all warranted, and ia case of a return ao educa
tions aaked. A large lot of "
HADES AND PAD TREES,
of differeat styles, just received aad for sale
low. -
' A word to those of cor surrounding villages :
Anything in tbe
IIAKDWAiii: LIKE!
caa ha fuoad here, aad yoa can purchase at
better figures of me thaa elsewhere. Mr long
experience and acquaintance in tnie County en
ables ma to bring before the peopia such goods
as will sail their wants, and at such prices as
to lay -
ALL COMPETITION ASIDE!
Hsving permanently secured the services of
Mr. Jsmes M TT ittt a , who will be bappy to wait
on hi numerous friends end customers at all
times.
BsJr Bemoan be r tbe place New Bank Baild-
inga,adjntoing tbe BankvaTw
All orders tor goods promptly atmndea to.
R. D. BOICE. .
Ashland, Nov. 16, 1854. 22i
Hail to the , Chief ho in Triumph Advances f
THE OLD STONE CORNER LOOKING UP ! ;
at J- Risser, at Roxaor'a old stand, and is bow adding thereto the
lr..ii Int nP aew
F ALL AND WINTE R GOO DS,
that
ed.
tba
and thus
) KSPKCSFULLY announces to the publio that ha has purchased tbe stock of Gnods for
IV inerly owned by Y
has been brought to Ashiand duringtho present season People's Emporium" not except
Haviogbad many yeare of expeiience ia the gooda business, he has spared no paias ia
Mictions af his suck, so that it would be peculiarly adapted to tha wants r the people,
The peo
eotrmelitoi
their profits
SURPASS ALL COMPETITORS,
- J . tiwaaal fori Illal UlaTajn u UUU a aw 111 UB arvi u 0Fs a vw aasa wi w
pie may set i. oo ... "-"- . ,,,: mmi ,h.t th.- ... .ilher
riCM SCflC, l - ra ...... ' .
ih linaineas. I lltfB llisra ""
of mj
cut down
QUICK SALE SAND SHALL PR OF ITS
d .hill fight under it t. the l.at. My -lock embrace, every style ,aadv.r.ety ol
LADIES' W1NTEU DKESS
.. . , j a rjino-hanva: Morenos. Paramettas, Muslins, Plaids.
Sao b .. pi..c.imtMes. Alpacas, Lawn Prints, Collars, Hand-
V lAttRdlxO OOQ UffJal liiuiu'M-j- -I
lraawoKita. double aVod eHDffle.
B R OS H A SH A W LS!
to which I call special attention
bona,. Silk Velvet, a
wnrvthins which catt
endersold in Ashland
Barred and Black alike, Emproideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Rib-
to suic, ana ia snort,
at have sever been
Silk Satin, and English Straw Bonnets, trimmm a to
.6 be deiirod by the fair e.x can bare- boljad at pricmi h
laad. We have alao an an.urpa.sed a.ma.e.t of
ladiea, aad .1 L7!L"'i' 2??. ii bTS rv m ,4V fP IM T? M
we
, k,. ..en nor vourhearte conceived of the riches which
Well, Gentlemen, your eyes """Tf;,k 'd times" when yoa ean get Broadolotha,
a-s stn ezts Rfi S2T -.vsl s6wi cea a
CtTZ needed to rig out he " mortal male " m Sander fixin'a from head
and everthmg which """iShat's the difference ir your taxes are high, yonr crops have fail
to foot at your own prices, w Dats i pay fof th(jm ,n g(od
ed and money is ! , the aboe, I have also a large aaaortment .
S-iTi? k M S WAR E A N D C R O C K E R Y I
"C V I w W v , , Motions, ana a TuU and complete asaortment ol
Hardware, Family Grocene. , J k 0 D
II SS IJ ti Mm.
t. :.-ui.to nsrticulanxe farthe
with aay ia Aahlaad County, eithe
ool Ks HIAHAnA IE0d
will effecta change. Ba"e,Iyht!nl moled BP reew " the new Palace Is aow open for
itV.eC.h..tdobtbuttho,who.eonot Ajlk'--f w. ....
. .....t.u. r ASH -iaia ior tiorrr oiraina
u - . ..d cash always accepUble. ssT OA.an ,
uuji a , - - .
ant.. it to say that my stock will aot loose m nnpanw
r. amc!i ' . .m datarmineet that tha eood
l'nqri'!l a'a hererf'. cheap goods, and plenty of tham
bra four, as neret -...f., V. hith.
taken ia axel
Aahlaad, November xxno, w
86-tf.
BOOKS AND STATIOITEEY ! .
O- Stur s IS.M.atseller, Stationer, etc.
MANSFIELD, OHIO
II a )ust received a lsrge and
--a.i
plsndid assort
ment of
BOOKS, AMERICA AUD FOREIGN. 8TAPLK
The new additions now msde to bis already
tar;e ftock, enables blm to nil any orders wltb
which his naturonsrosy favor him. and upon the
but or Taans. He has also, just completed ar
rangemeiits for receiving new and valuable puhli
cations ss soon as published.
A mom bis fine Stock of Stationery lust opened
will be fonnd all the new styles of White and
Blue Letter, Cap Bath Post, plain and gllte'ge,
fr-olio Pot, Commercial Note and Bill Cap Papera.
Also, the slew style of tinted Bun and damsak
Sole sad Letter Paper, with Envelope to match ;
Envelope of all rtyle a. Bun", V bile and fraucy ;
Bugt'uted and plain Viaiting Card a t Note liralts.
Copying Books. Copying Fae, Portfolio Rankers
Ca.ea, Pot offi ice and Bill Head Boxes, U- Cal
tkdeii. Gold aid Merl Pens, ttuiua, Wriiiug Fluid
Carniti Inks, Ink stands of ail kinds. Pencils
Keals. Wax, W sfera Pspsy WeigbU, Letter and
Bill Clip letter Ktamps, Ivory Polders, Writing
Pads, Btouin Pad. Ink Erasures, and Boxes, die.,
ire. Also a fine Stock of Cutlery, from lbs best
nau u fe4 irer .
Blank Books.
Day Book. Journal", Ledgers, Cul Book, full
or half bouud and made of the beat liaen paper,
Ttn: Book, Pasa Books, Memorandum Book,
Hia ic dtc Ac, Kvery dcscripliou Blank Work
made to order.
W rapping Paper and Twine, white and Gray
Bonnet Boa ids, etc, etc. . -
Law, lMedical and School Books.
Be has now acomplete stock of Law, Medical,
Theological. School and Standard Literaty Books,
which he offers -at very low prices. Also, every
large assortment o(
WALL PAPERS,
Window Curtaius. Borders Fire Board Views, oVc
TfrTo thlssnd adjoining County Merchants he
would aid. that he is now prepared to fill orders
for Books and Ststiorei y at the lowest rates, and
on good terms, .
D. STUBGES.
Mansfield. Nov. 29. 1854. 7mS7
DU.J.U1HN. r-
WOTJLD lakei.hls opportunity of tsndninc his
thanks to bis friends, for their kind and liber
al patroaags beretolore, and be hopes so tocoudsct
bimaelfin his profession, as to still merit tbeir
ratronage, together with all others who ileal rs to
consult him in fats profession. His office Is in tbe
Book Store of M. H. lmhofT, nearly opposite the
Stone Store of Rexnor, Kisser at Co. where he will
be round at alt times, except when professionally
engaged. - Itov. to. 1654-08711
TAKE NOTICE! :.
I HAVE SOLD OUT ! and ahall leave tbe
place in two weeks. Those who know
tiieir accounts are ut-eettled will please call
within that time and those who do not will
lie informed through the papers; for alter two
weeks I intend to publish a lis . of their names
snd the amount they owe me, for their inlor.
mati' n. It will aave me the expense of run
ning after them, and the expense of publishing
I will defray. JAMES M. ALLEN,
Late Johns St Allen, Hardware Dealers.
Ashland, Nov. 27, 1851. wi7
. Executsr'l Ssxle ef Ileal EstaU.
NOTICE is hereby given, that ia pursuance
of ti order ol Sale directed to as from
the Probata Coart of Ashland County, Ohio,
made at the November Term thereof, 1864,
we will offer for sale on tbe premises the fol
lowing described Real Estate, to wit: apart
of the north-west quarter of section seventeen
(17) Township number twenty-two (22,) Range
number sixteen (16,) containing one and one
fourth sore of land more re less with the privi
leges and apporteasacee thereunto belong
ing, being known as the Arthur 6aw Mill prop
erty , on Saturday the 23d day of December next,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., and
4 o'clock P. M. of said day. Termsof Sale
one third cash, one third in nine months, and
one third In two years. Back payments to be
secured by' rairtg ige oa the promises, with
interest on same from dayof sale. '
THOMAS L. ARTHUR, and
MARGARET ARTHUR,
Executor of tbe Eatate of H. Arthur, dee'd.
KgLaoodtc Alliooit, Att'y forPet'r.
Nov. 82,1854. 4 26
EXTENSIVE SALE OF
ItEAL AND PERSONAL
S3 tS3 JP OiJ .
rpHE undersigned, as Exucutors of the es
I tate ol Hamilton Arthur, deceased, will
sell si Public Vendue, on the premises, in the
to Tii of Ashland, Ashl.md County, 0hi, on
Saturday, December 24, 1854,
commencing stB o'clock, A. M., oa said day,
the following valuable REAL ESTATE, to
wit I A bout li acre of land, in the town of Ash
land, on ht.kcIi is sitntteJ a now two-story
frame Dwnhtng House. 8 by 28 ; two stables,
one small oot-nouc,. a good well of water,
fruit trees, cun3iUr;r jf Apple, Peach nod
Plunil. Alto a good tlnuMe-geored .
;'! tajX'--? .''.ZLufm '
Ssid Mi:i is iu good u riming order, and will
saw 5000 feet in 12 hours, and has all the need
essary aparatus for runing. The location ofsai
i ill is tbe beat in the co. snd although running
i,. ghl and day fill to meet the demand made
ojjuu it. A"o, at the ame time aad place, will
be sold the following
lu wit; 1 gaod Log VVjgoq, I bursa, I Bug;y,
I sei single Harness, 2 y- ke otyxon, a Saddle
aud Briutc, hod numerous other articles.
TERMS OK ALB Real Estate One.
third cash in bond; one-third ia nine, months,
aad one third ia two years, with intereat from
tba day of aale. Back payments secured by
mortgage on the premises .
Personal Property Terms made known oa
day of aala. ' THOMAS ARTHUR,
MARGARET ARTHUR,
Executors nt Hamilton: Arthur, dec..
Ashland, Ptor. 36, ISM. 4w27
FARM FOR SzlLE.
THB undersigned wHl sell bis tract of land, ons
mile north of Joromeville, Ashlaaa County, 7
miles from Ashland, contaislngsrssnrsacree about
twenty-five acres cleared, and the balance of the
bestqualitv of timber.- For furtherparticulars call
on tbe aubstriber at bis offlee In Joromeville.
ffov.S'. ?854- J. P.COWAK.
.98-tl. -
HAVE A HAT, SIR?
'SOW ABBIVINC AT XI IK
ASHLAND HAT STORE !
aad FahiotiabI-o
HATS AND CAPS!
for the summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, con
sisting of a large variety ot
SILK HATS!
from C 2 to $5; Kossuth Hals from 50 cts. to
aono. Maim Hats, from H to 83 : Otter
Hats, from $2 lo $3,60 j a large assortment of
PANAMA HATS!
considered tbe most tasty, comfortable and dur
able summe Katr cow in use, from 82 to $3,
60;Leghorn, from 75 to $1,25: - Beaver Hats
from B3,a0 to So. Also a complete sssortment
f CEUP AND STRA W HATS!
Also, an endless variety uf Men's and Boy's
clothaad velvet
SUMMER HATS !
and all kinds of Children's Hits. It would be
useless to attempt to enumerate the entire
stocky, it is admitted.. on all hands to be the
largest snd beat selecled stock ol hats, srer
brought to Ashland County. The subscriber
respect's! ly requests the public to call and
examine his stock, whether they buy or not.
.. . , SHEEP PELTS'.
The subscriber w i l pay cash lor any quanti
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered st hie Store, op
posite tbo r'ranlin House, and one door East
of the Post Office, Ashland, Ohio.
M. CAMPBELL.
Ashland, April 19th, 1864. nlStf
Oua.rdlSLn'S Sstte sf Jesl k.
NOTICE is hereby given, that in pa"nc
of an order of sale to me directed . tom
tha Probate Court of Ashland Cooctv, Ohio',-
ntade at the November Term thereof, A. !,
1854, 1 will offer for sale, oa the premise in
Lafayette, Richland County, Ohio, on Battfr
dsy, the x3d day of December, 1854, the fol
lowing described premises, to wit t Being lot
number twenty four (24,) in the village of La
fayette, Richland County, Ohio, with tha privi
leges and appurtenances thereunto belonging,
subject-to the dower Estate of Amy Church,
on said premises. Terms of Sale one half
cash, in hand, one half in one year from day
ol sale. Secured by mortgage on tba premi
ses with interest thereon from dav of ssle.
AMY CHL RCH, Guardian.
Kellogo & Allison, lor Pet'r. -
Nov. 22, 1854. ' 4w26
DELINQUENT LIST.
A LIST OF LANES AND TOWN LOTS, returned delinquent, on oath, by lamas W.Boyd,
. Treaearer of Ashland County, Ohio, for tha non-payment of the Taxes r IMS and 1854, to
gstber with the interestand peaalty charged thereon, by reason of said delinqnency. ?
OWNCRS NAMES.!
PT AR0F SECTION.
("TAX AND PENALTT:
. p. c.
M.
!roaa Simon . . IS
Craig Joha . 16
Doty Lot IS
Franca Wi'lia-o . 18
Fredeaoerger 4ir IS
Hsaaawalt Mary - IS
Hefner Henry : IS
Larwell I. H. IS
My era Peter '- IS
Stickler John 16
Smith B. " - 16
Stnll G. L. ' ' 16
Hanover Townsliip.
19 10 North, northeast " ' ' 80 1S9
19 23 Eoath west t south west . 0 9
: M East! aorth east 80 : 342
19 9 West t south wast . , 80 ; 160
19 1 Soath south esst . a 80 342
19 -; 4.- Part south west ; IS IMS
.19 8 Rowlh aet north west 40 34
19 83 North Part north west 62,127
19 10 Part eoath east i northeast SO 61
19 21 - North east I south west 40 171
19 27 - Booth waat i north east 40 34
19 ,-. ; - Northeast " 160 1596
Harnes M. (bairs) .16 20
Wiarick Joseph ,16 20
115
174
Cline Samuel 16 21
Doolittle Willard 16 " 21
Evans Mary Ann 16 21
Montooth Matilda 16 21
N orris William 16 St
..Same - 16 21
Taylor U rn. (hairs) IS II
Bule-er Michael 16
Brindle Simon 16
ui 16
Chariton B, (heirs) 16
Jaeaba Joha 16
Kellegg Sage St Burrl6
Neff thriatisa ' 1
-t- .. . -' ' '
' Green Townsliip.
II Part south east north eaat 1
' 17 .. North part east south aast 12
Vermillion Townsliip
6 North west cor south west - 8 14S '
.15 Part south eaat i south east 7-I61 46
30 ' South west part south west. 2 91
2 North easteor south west HI
11 North west cor south east 21 86
11 North east cor south west Si 86
26 -: South east cor north eaat 4 114
Montgomery Townsliip.
s
1
8
7
. S,
1
8
I
4
I
SO
- 26 - 4 -
.02 0 -'
96 " ' 3 '
, S2 7 .
.S3 "6
. I4.. 2 .
,62 9
S2
91
-9
82
8S
II
04
a
' 2
6
8
-
'9
2
2fi
22
22
22
22
22!
23
Campbell D. Sea.
: Same ,.
' Same
-Ohaat Joseph -
Hasel Hegn
Kellogg Sage
S locum Willard
: ' . . . " '
16
le
16
16
16,
16
' IS
Chesroond Lewis ' 15
Coiemaa John ,15
EverhartGeo - -16.
Miller Ceo 15'
Cooper Henry .
Earnst John
Slater j.mes
33 North part north east 3 88
6. West part south east . . 13 809
6 South eaat south west - -. 12 353
96. South part south east . 61 1639
IT- Part south weal north west 53
17 - Part north wsst , , . . I -. 229
' South wast . 142 4173
Orange Township. '
11 South siet pirt south west ' 6 79
14 . East i north weet ' 80 1564
14 North part north east 140 25 IS
36 South west part south esst 84, 743
10 North west p.Tt south west 6 114
22 North west part south aast 18 36f
I? North oast 160 2536
1 Lake Township. .
20 4 Part north east 1 SO 165
20 22 : South east part north aast 7 839
20 8 East t south eaat 80 1293
20 19 8outh west 156 2145
Mohecan Township.
2 ' 74 4
0 - 49 8
1 . 08 - 8
S ' 29 1 4
2 02 - 4
' 2 " 02 " 4
S ' 11
1 62 r S
6 . , S 2
.6 . 62 , 3
19 23 6
23
S3
S3
23
23
23
23
IS
26
77.
" 2
36
60
13
1 s--
II ,
65
46 7
82
IS . . 3
91
08
S3'
31
71
61
90
0
3 36 0
3 95 4
10 42 5
47 20 ' 3
A C AKD.
BC. TICKNOR has removed to the store
a room directly under the Shield 4i Bsn
ner otfice, where he is opening and offering for
sale, at tht very lowest prices, and extensive as
sortment of
ENTIRELY NEW BOOKS,
MUSIC, BLANK BOOKS,
WALL PAP1CR, CUTLERY,
PAPER MACHIA GOODS,
.- - - . PORT MfclNAIES,
and a variety of other -fancy articles, selected
with care in the EisteFs ma-kets. Ha respect
fully solicits the patronage of the people, and
hopes by strict attention to business, to give
aisfactioa to his old friends and custome rs
generally. .. -
N. B. The public are warned not to be de
ceived or misled by finding our iiamo attached
tn any -either establishment ra tovra.--
Manslield, Nov. 15, 1854. - 24tf
WHAT EVERY WOrviA.N SHOULD KNOW.
IN EW BOOK STORE!
WISHES to inform the citiiens or Aahland and
adjoining counties, that he ha just received
and will keep constantly on baud, tbe largest and
best sasortmeat. of .
Books, tationery, Inks, Wall Paper,
eVc., ever before offered to tbe pablic in. this parr
of tbe country.
He has taken tbe room formerly occupied by -the
Banking House of Luther, Crall dc Co.. aud directly
opposite the
NEW BANK BUILDINGS!
Hsving purchased his Stick directly from Pub
lishers at caab prices, snd holding a connection
with an extenaive Publishing Houae in Sew York
City.- He feels warranted In saying, that he ex
pects to distsitcs all competition.
His stock will consist in part of all the vsrioas
School Boobs now In use, the cbvitest standard
r-MISCELLANEOUS WOliKS !
all tha receutpualications, Uibleaof all aizes, dl
cripiions and prices, a well selected sssortment of
Inks, in fact, everything usually found in Book.
Stores. ' .....
Particular attention is called to tba Ktatioiiory
A all-Paper Departments. The subscriber has no
lesitstioa i t saying that ha can give the most uo
alloysd satisfaction to those who are in want of
Paper, Envelopes, Blaa.t-Books, Memorandums,
Psss- Books. Diaries. W all-Paper. Inks, Ink-Stands,
or any thing of tbs kind.
. Lawyers ami business msn, in particular, are
invited to call and examine tbe quality and prices
of goods tbsy may be iu nsed of.
M. B. Trade supplied at Cleveland Wholesale
prices. ' ,
Ashland, Sov. 22d, 1854. - 26tf
As Might be ExPected,
J. W.ASSON & STUBliS
STOCK Of BOOTS AND SHOES
for the: fall and wlxter trade is now
Every woman aheuld know that if abe Iain poor, etckly,
debilitated condition of health, making exlstsnes a burdssi
to hsrsetf and a source of painful anxiety to her relatives
and friends, snd perhaps, (horrible redaction I) entailing
and Inflicting her own maladies snd sufferings upon hsr
children, that H Is hsr duty to understand why aad from
what cause her sufferings arise, that remedy and relief
may, while y.t there is time, be availed of, the causes be
avoided In future, and her health restored, that she may
bs fitted for tbs duties ana capable of tbe enjoyments st
Hfc.
Let every soman look at the emaciated form, the death
like complexion, the deep-burled, lustreless eye, tbs sunk
en a Seek, the gloomy and depressed, spirits, the shattered
nerves, the pro.trate and helpless condition of many a
wifs, mother, daughter, or sister. If not herself Included,
within her own circle, whose days ars days of sgony, and
ask herself, Must this conUnusT Must this bsf - Is
there as remedy f Ns relief t No hopsf
The remedy is by knowmg the esusss and avoiding
them, snd knowing the remedies snd benefiting by these.
Tbass ars pointed out In "
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
: BY DR. A. M. M ACBICKAU, :
fpHANKFUL for tha past liberal patronage of
a a g-neroua cdihiiiuihiji ,110 uu-t.ju. j
wouia again inriio bhcuuuh iu iigui
Stock ol" .
, BOOTS sdb SECOZSSI
consisting in psrt ol 3fen TAY Kip and Calf
Boots and Shoes, Horns Made and Eastern. Also
Boys' Youths' end Childrens Boots and Shoes of
a be Iter quality than they have ever seen in
this market. Also,
Mens' Boys' and Childrens' Shoes and Gaiters companion
of various styles and patterns, both fancy and I Hon, found claed In the eaMogues of tha (rsat tnde
plain whicb are of good quality. to w Vor' PbUsdelphU, and other eitiss, and
piatn, w nico are 01 goou H njr principal bookseUers in the Vnltsd Blatss.
adies anl Misses Uepinment'
On Jumdredth Xdttion (506,000). 18ms., sp. SCO. ..
. ' on ma rArsa, xxrax aixnim, gl fJOj
. Bvsry complaint to which a woman Is subjset, from .-'
hood to womanhood, as also as wus aad as ssothsr -ry
dsscribsd, with ths eansss, the sympteess, an d -
per mods of treatment. In a plain, simple, but ton'
chaste langussjs, easily understood. And thus svery
msn ean disoovsr, by romps. rlna her ewn symptosas with
those described, the nature, character, and saasss of her
complaint ; and bs spared much anxiety and suffering.
The wife about becoming a mother has often need of
Instruction and advice of the almost importance to hsr
future health, la respect to which hsr ssnsltivsnsss for
bids consulting a medical gsnUcmaa, wlD and such In
struction and advice, and also explain many symptoms
which otherwise would occasion anxiety or alarm.
IIow many ars suffering from obi traction, or Irregulari
ties peculiar to the female system, which undsrmlns the
besitb, the effects or which they are Ignorant, and for
which their delicacy forbids seeking medical advice T How
many suffer from prolapsus uteri (falling of the womb),
or from jtiior albus (weakness, debility, e.)T How many
are In constant agony for many months preceding confine
ment f Bow many have difficult, If not dangerous dell v
srles,and slow and uncertain recoverlssr Boms wboss
Uvss ars haxarded during such tunc, will each find in Its
pages the means of prevention, amelioration and relief.
How many bitter moments, how much anguish, might
have been spared lo the sufferer, to her husband, to her
relatives, by the timely possession of this little volums.
It Is impracticable to convey fully the various subjects
treated of, as they are of a nature strictly Intended for
tha married, or those contemplating marriage.
But no husband, wife or mother ars sxcusabls if thsy
still continue in Ixnoranc of those physiological laws, by
the knowledge of which their ewn health and hspplnsss,
as also tha furors wall-being of their children, are secured.
THB MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL
is a standard work of establishsd rspute-
The
of SHOES, BOOTEES and GAITERS ol all de
sirsblestylesand patteroaare abundant, aod as
to material Snd workmanship, we invite com
parison with any other work in this market.
1'. s. lo connection with the above stock,
we have on hind a fine Stock of
Trunks, Trmvliata; Has;, Slews' stxid
- Hoy's Cape,
snd a large supply of PARLOUR, DINING aa i
KITCHEN GHAlitS, that we warrant to !
well made, and of good material. All ol tb
above wo are new selling at very low prices to
suit the times for READY-PAT, we ear to ail
that it will pnyyou well to examine our Htock
before purchasing elsewhere. Mark well the
place, jusl opposite T. C. liuthnell's Dry Goods
!Sior, ud one door west of the New Bank
Building.
J. WASSON fc STUBBS.
A.lilind, Sept. 27.IS54. ISit
SCHOOL NOTICE.
There will be an examination of Teachers held
in-Asbland on Saiuida)-, Vcccmbcr 0, 1834.
u. euuuif, i-iera,
Kov, SSI h 1854. ' 8W.S7
KEITUS THAT BIIHIIOMEU FUO-
FeilTt I
t pHE person, or persons, who borrow e4 a
1 pair of Pliers, a small steel Hammer, and
a glnsa Lantern, will confer a lavor ra the un
dersigned hy returning thorn immediately or
ss soon as they esa dispense with tbe ass of
them. - - - - VVM. RALfTON.
fov. 30, 1864 . 3
sold by all the principal
It rtl first published in 1S4T, since Which tune
CTS HUNDRED THOUSAND COPIES
have been sold, of whioh there were upward of
ONK HUNDRED THOUSAND SK.iT JIT MAIL,
attesting, the high estimation In whleb it Is held ss tilla
ble popular Medical
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE)
the author having devoted his sxoluslvs attention to the
treatment of complaints peculiar to females. In rsspsct la
which hs Is yearly consul tad by thousands. -.
In consequence of the universal popularity of (lis work,
as evidenced by Its extraordinary ssle, various hnpost
Hons havs been attempted by Imitations of tltls-pags, spu
rious editions, and surrsptluoos infringements of copy
right, as wall upon bookseller as upon tbe public; It has
been found nsssssary, thsjwfore, to
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
lo buy no book unless the words "Br. A. M. hUcswBSSi
129 Liberty strset, N. T" are oa tbe tlus-nsgs, and the
entry in the Clerk's Office on tha back of tbe title-page i
sad buy only of respestsMe and hoaosahU dealers, ee
ssnd by mail, and address to Dr. A. M. hUarlesaa.
tW Upon receipt of One Dollar "TffB XAB
RTED WOMAN'S PRIVATE rwT""AT. COstFAJI
IOB" ia sent (mailed free) to any part of tha United
States, the Canadaa and British Provinoea. AU1
letters must be postpaid, and addressed to Dr. A. X.
MATJRICEAU, Box 1284, New York City. lsb
Hatting; Office, Ha 120 Liberty Btrset, Bsw Tork.
AGKKTS. E.'K. Kewmea, Korwalk, O.; W. K.
Earl, Massilion," O.; A. Hinckmaa, Halem ; John
laxton. Canton ; D. Lamb, Plndiay.O.; Geo. Hall.
Ashtabula, O.; John Perkins, Athens; K. A. atwwi,
Flgdlsy, Ohio.
prtohsr 1th, 1-14, gmfl
Salter Abraham 15
Freer Daniel - i
Freadlir.e Cathariaalft
Johnson Mary - 13
15 SI 28 East 1 north east
15 : 21 : 6 - North part west 1 south enst
15 St 10 East 1 south west
Perry TownshiP.
SS Part north east I
SI ' North east cor. north east k
If
' SS
.
SS v Part north east 1
0 Center part north westr
Jackson Townsliip.
Byer Frederic:
Morris Jane -Overhultxer
M
Summortea tt Park
S3 7 ; South p-rt e.r
33 90 Boufb w-pHs w
S3 30 Middle p't e s w
S3 6 Swuth p't w i a e
.41) 708 IS - 18 "
i 133 3 32 4
35 639 10 49 0
25 - 784. 13 OS1 4
78 1518 - 10 67 B
39 1758 Si ... 15 S
40 816 14 33 fr
ill 433 OS . 7
60 10'8 . t 07 I
ip. -
40 661 10 - 64 0
6 140 ' S - 19 6'
- -4- SS7 : 'S '-35 S
80 1048 17 99 I
Bolyart Jonas .. 17
Vail Sarah 17
Ferrel James ' 17
Motter John " 17
S6r 235
i IS8
I - 108
111 176
Henry Rachael
StenerElis'h fc B
Deal J
Dunlap David '
Same
Mills J.R.
Myers Jacob
Same ...
Same-
Purdy Wallace
Pain Ira
Ball Nelson
. -
Porter Hamilton
Wotcott Asroa
Griffith1 P ( heirs)
Same - ,
Jones James
Kellogg S'sgo
Same
Mann Joshna
Tillson OIoltrip
Psoie
Ayres Isaac N
Krenerick Petor
Rollins Cliarlt-s
Rinebart Harvey ;
. .. ; Same . -.
Same
Stewart OH
Whitney B " '
State of Ohio
: game .
-' Same -
Same
Weierick Levi
Weir-r ck William
KlngC H '
Krabllt Henry
Myers Jacob
Same -McXeal
Win.
Cox John H
Grancer w
Vounksr Jacob (nelrs
Andrews Alanson
Bavis ilugh
Link Joha (heirs)
Same
Mykrauts Chrlstophsr
Heme
Walker Alanson .
Buckley D C
Graham Francis
Same
Kherman John
Kama
- Heme -.
Kama
Bales John
Busbnell TO.
Estell Orland-i
Kellogg Sago . .
. fae
Bame ' '
Mykraotx Chrlstophsr
Fame
, (am.
Asms
Few
McKnabb Bbeaessr
MykraaU Christopher '
Same
Riddle Hsmunl :
Topping G H
Browa Joahua
North rup Willis
Ahe!" Joseph
Crall Jacob
. Same
90
29
SO 13
SO IS
80 : 4 2
SO I S
SO 1 2
SO 1 3
30 I S
SO 14
SO 11
19 1 I
Si
It I
18 I
; ; MiiSin Township.
I 1 1' , South part south west 80 i
3 33 . West part sooth east - i
Milton 1 Townsliip.
I IS South p"ert east norm w I
18 South ea part east t s w Sll
Clearcreek Township.
i 23 West middle par. Buth e
36 Sduth west cor. Sot?th east It
Ruggles Township.
B S Survey
Lot II B part
Lot 12 S'lUlb wast part
88 Survey
Lot 4 North part
Lot 6 North part
Lot IS Couth aids
N SSurvey
Lot 35 .
Troy Township.
Lot 9 8outh east part 28 35k1
Sullivan Townhship.
Lot 55 South w mid'e part
61 North east cor.
Lot 17
"18
7i
. 24
105
98
I South t
t South t
WALES ADDITION.
Lot 33
' '; 131. 5 Acres
' 41 .
- 1
S
" 63
. " 126 6 Acres
: i.ot 63 ..... -
. . ,'.. 66
66 .
... " 8 .
" 7 North t
. ... : , "
Srsmrwriaa To
Lot 31 9C fest
" 30 I ;
. 6
I
SO ,
Ifl:
31
15
61
61
0
6
i 6 . 0 95 0
61 673 JO"" 16 f-
29 418 ' 6 63 st
I S3 0 76 I
15 215 8 S3 I
10 133 1 98 6
31 60 . O 75 4
i 7 I 47 8
96 15441. IT 35
IS
5 433 6 06 9
1 201 4 SS. S
lUotaat. ' - ' -' -
143 - 2 98 1
541 12 70
64 i 19 63 4
29 I 94 t
171 ' 3 ' 49 6
200 6 15 S
228 8 15 8
342 0 16 9
86 . 1 , 43 . 4
300 S 66 4
456 , S 93 6 '
68 t 96 3
57 " 1 11 8
. 86 .... 1 . .. 43, . 4 .
6 . : 0 74 ' 3
188 . 4 6S ' , g
XjO-tsa.
" ts 10 Isel '" N
'h1" ToXTXTTtX
Lot -61
9 '
.' 9
6"
9
- .
. 38 .
XaO'taam.
L . 143 .
, - , 143
' 314
594
X-sotss.
0
0
s
2
I
4
1
. s
11
3
89
82
69
25
31 .
41
' S6
,' 44
i
" 14
97
143 SS 33
l'l - 30 4
684 M : 13
ANDREWS ADDITION.
Lot 82 :
: "
.. 11a
: . 117
77 Kast i
" '8
" . 101 .
Lot 1
GRAHAM'S ADDITION,
ut n .
"38
4 " "
IS
" M -
. ." 87
MTKRANTZ ADDITION.
tDO 18 . S9 , - 0 -
6S 18 81 .
a si 03 0
114 10 45 3
8 18 87 - I
285 19 84 1
- 214 7 60 .6
ADDITION. v
- 370 17 43 3 '
57
57
31
31
- S7
57
TO
68
39
8
98
DsmlngC K
Avery Curtis I.
Bartholomew Jacksoa
Darning CD
Nicholas J f
fame :
fiame
6outb a ahland
sums
Kama
'. "ama . . .
McKulty Wm,
Harkeaess Horace
Pollock Joha
Port Klcholas
CMlrott Berj
Lot-r 16 y 37 - - IT : l 3
. 1 , outlet . WI3 47 . xa 1 i 1 .
17 143 S4 4
Oo. g
- " 88 1 ) S
" 14 . 33 I 35 8 -----
"IS 48 1 - 53 ' 3
18 08 IT 58 S .
5T I 80 v 1
91 ST IT 14 9
" 32 57 III 45 4 '
" 6 68 13 S3 . 8
' IU . . 171 18 IS -. 6
"11 114 IS. . 94 - 0 .
"14 - 57 17 68 7
" 15 114 - IT SO ' 4
"1 .- ottlot - - - - 54 ' - IT 9
, SHEET'S ADDITION.
. Lot 9 398 t 38 g
' 8 ' 341 35 ' SO ' T
- 3 . 114 S6 80 T
CRALL'S ADDITION.
Lot 3 - ' 160 6 IS 3
.,..! - 46 I IT S
ANDREW'S ADDITION.
Lot 127 SS8 9 i 6
'sSsoTS.'tlx -aai'hi 1 nm tt .
Lot 30 171 . M
si al 3 J
1 North part 114 94 41 r
JEROME VILLE TOWN LOTS.
p.knMii it W" - " "11? . -460 4 76 6
C!h7h R'0"f nmr-V Ti fit 1 " 74 . H H f if
T ' ?'. (!-.. . . , . . it.ri.il n . l
"-78 ; - ' z v - ui
40 0 81
Ti Jr tc.s,..-ii-!yi4Q:: ti, 0 . 63 9 't
&
2
.4.
i
Dnffner Oeoree
Same - - v- .VMOO
vr.n 1 t--,i,- - -,. ' .5a.
lilOUUira'ai . . " - f -f ... j -' J ' I ' ;
Bender George . - - Lot 30 ; V - 3427 464
Freer Daniel
Fntns Henry
- -Same l
Keefer Jacob
: Same '
Winters Mobco
- Same- '' - .
" - Same
' jit ti'.
i,r
Lot 63
i vr a)
" 25
VU
" 21
i 55 , .,lf. --
n T U . ... - .T.nt QO i.v.:t i.-ys
vrauier s svuu ..-j 1
Conn Nathan ': 53
McCrorjr John :. -- -. .;- ir i
u-Same 1 - j 76
Miller Edmand. ,1-. X -yV ;10
a 42
4 2?.-.h
!.; 57
Mr 6 -4m
41 ? 64 s4w
.J-, 8af4;.-
.;; ia SU.-.lct. -
205 x,5.rJ&&".
.'23 ..,.uff5 2Ij
-ri l23.XaJe)J: '
jiacnxiLsai ;--
!! -0 84 fl a
; -67 5 V I ' ii 3
165- 3 14 tJ
i 57 - l - 17 ? 6 '
Calhoun David :
Falton John S 4-"
Imhoff Wm. H
Robs Ebeneger ' -Same
" " ,
Brigga Charles
Thompson S 11
Pngh Sarah Ann
BarHck Stephen '
:: .-. Lot 53, " "'- "'
; S.r2iS'.-5-.'s A U;
' ' " - 22 , . . '
- . or't r Ttr 1 w Tr-tTsrv t otp ."'
. '.: Lot 35 - , -. '. :- . : 154
" G4 . -:U- .17.
PERRYSBURGH' TOWN LOTS.--i
ri7f
.223
.228
458
45
Lot 74 . ' ' " "-! "
POLK TOWN LOTS.'
: Lot 38 .. ; . . ;
at sr
,;rc "09'-i t
-5 M cJ
i 32r'3-ri
3 67 - a
21 -0-67lJ5'"f
66
.." , Vf "Atditor's OPrtcB, Ashland Nov.lstr 1854.
the state of ohio. ',, t . ., ' -A 7;.r
, Ash laud ComTTT 88... It u Lerebv certified thdl thtt fafv&oing ib v(me
list of Lands aad Town Lots' being and ffirjg in the County of 'AshUna f'-l-lisqnent
for the Taxes, Interest aod Penalty, of the years A.- D. 1JS53 aisrj 154;
NOTICE U hereby given, to all conoerned that the whole of the seteral tracts
of Lands, or towu lots, in said list contained as aforesaid'of so mirch thereof, as
will be. necessary to pay .the- Taxes, In'erest and Penalty charged Jhereon, will
be sold at the Court House in said County- on the secoud Monday uf January,
A. 'D. 1855, being the 8th day f said mouth, by the County Treasurer, and to
contirrue from day to day until all are sold proffered for sale, unless such Taxes,
Interest and Penalty be pa d before that tiuae. ' ' ' y"7' . .
' '- -V'"": , isaac: gates,. "
' : '" -'-"'- V'iy ?:'""'.V-J : .', .f ',-' .-. . '. County JLuditor.
N." B.'" Many persons owning Lands or TowaLois In thej foregoing-.List, may
bare paid tbeir tax, interest and penalty on the earue, before the secoud-Monday'
of January next. Such, persons need give themselves no uneasiness, as we Will
compare the list with the Treasurer's books before selling the same; aud all who
bare paid previous to that time will not be included iu such delinquent sales.
Nov. 30, 1854. .; v ;f .,;.-': gates, Awlmkcq.
CRYSTAL PA LACE OUTDONE! !
- - S' t " - ,-w-issVW-sw A-r-s-osVXiysfaSSv '
HAIL, ALL HAIL, THE GREAT AR RI V A L" 0 Ft N.EjW" .
T. C. BUSHNELL
r V
RESPECTFULLY begs leave to make his bow again tn the gooHs-hnrinj pablic, an J an
nounces that he has just received the largest, eheapett aad oett selsrted . - -
ST06K Of ME fflB. WINTERIGUODS;
that hss or will ha brought to Ashland this fall. This he elates ss a fact, and challenge a js- m
ps risen. Itexcell all his lormer purchases, and ia bound to be the - ' -.
e3iimWs?s. - a afOTSE. ffsa w&M&m t
A larga portion of the stock will be sold TH1 TY-THHtE PER CENT CliKAPKR thaa the
same Goods have aver been sold in this market before. .... . ;;f-'-.- ..'
LADIUS' DEPARTMENT!
In this department we have concentrated all oor taate and energy, tu procure aa assortment
of DRKSS GOODS worth the atteutioa and to mendatioa of the - barter-half" rt -v.' eatina -The
orttaordinary run which bas aada upni tliis stock since its arrival speaks snore for tba
assortment and cheapness of the Goods, than anything we can say. We have la tbe line of
DRESS GOODS, Morenoes and Paramethae, trotn 2H cis. to 91,00 per yard ;' plain all-wool
Delaines, of every color, from 33 to 60 cts. per yard Muslin Delaines, latest styles, st prices
from SO to 33 per cent, below last year's prices I a large sssortment ol all-wool Moreno, Psr
ametha, silk aad French Plaids ; from 37 to 87 cts. per yard ; an eatenaive assortment of fig
ured, changeable and plain black silks, at much lose prices than they have ever -been- sold in
this market j Auction prices not excepted ; a complete assortment of Velvet aad ttatloea Dress
Trimmings; a great eariety of Embroideries, (rioves, Hosiery, Ribhoas, Aic, Of Bon a OAs we
have Silk Velvet, Silk, Satin and Kuglieh Slrows of all kinds and qualities. As to
Oar stock cannot be excelled either in quality or price. .Ia short, ladier we. bkvo-nave jre
aaias! a. finer aaaortment to the public, and aaraeslly invite your attention to it. ..
"gentlemeibepartment h .
Wa have also euclsiavered lo meet the wants of the " Lords ot 4 reatinn," large snd small
ia every respect. We have a large assortment of English, French and American Bxoadcleths,
Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Vestin ja KEA.Dr-AlADECI.o rHI.Vq '
A large assortment of HATS and CAPS of t!e. lutest styles, and wiK sell them lit irvicee
us usually low.- Also, a good assortment.7 of -OOT8 and U08t TAILOR'S TBJM1MGS,
ate.. Ate. . Geatleaiea give us call before purchasing elsewhere. r - . , . -
We have alao a splendid assortment of QUEENS WARE and tROCKXRT','jiYiDWARE,
GROCERIES. Yankee Notions. '
etc., Ate. Men and Women of Ashland County, this mamobth stock of .Qooote ntttsl be soli, aad
yon that wish greet hargiana must cull soon. ' We don't nsk you to believe our ty So about it,
but csli aad eee for ) ourselves, aad you will dud that " lo f tbe half has-ass) beontaM yoia 1 "
Tbe Emporium is aow crowded every day ia the weak, and more ars turned empty way.
Come one, come all. aVafAII kinds of PRODUCE taken in exchange for Goods, at the hig,het
market price.'-.- " . ' ' ' ' ' ' Ashland October 4,1854 19tf
THE J EWS AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS I
... - -i , u aiij i-a-v ;:- .- -r! i - - -- - - . - y i. -'S'.-i . n- i-?os .
ANOTHER IMMENSE ARRIVAL OF'
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Apple's Philadelphia Clothing and FurnishingfDpol! !
THB proprietors of this extensive establishment beg leave ts announce to hO'publio het
thej are now receiving at their old stand in Ashlaud, the largest and beat selected stock al
READY-SiflADE CLOTHING t
which they or aay body else have ever brought to Ashland county. Their spacioas'ster room"
is piled full of Good. We can new supply half of tba count), . We caa fit the largest , Snd
smallest the shortest and tallest the thickest and tbinest tbe fattest and leanest apecmon
or naked humanity that stands ia need of our friendly aid. We can aell Overcoat at from 94
to $18 t Dreaa Coat at from SS to 25 j Vesast from 7n eU. to 910 Pantaloons at from 9 1,
26 ta $10. , We have every desciiption of clothing from the eoacseat domestic, fabrics to, thai
finest brodcloths, silks and satins. Our stock of -"'- -is 1 - Jr-
consisting of Snirta, Collars,. CrtvaU, Wrappers, Drawers, Handfcarehiets, ata ia epasBally
large. The yublio will also bear in mind that wa ara breparmi to do 'id
; custom-worki:;
to order, on thaahortat aotice. Wa have a larga number ol fiuiahas) workmea ia oar mpVoy,
and our ' Crook is acknowledged to be oue ot tbe beet, if not (A best jn towa. Aa wa
have a full assortment of cloths on hand, which eaa be had at the parohaaet'a awn arioeai. the
public caneot tail to be satisfied. Let it bo distinctly understood that wa ' '
and challenge a comparison either in beauty or quality of goods, eiteasivenees ol tha aaAaft
ment.ore cheapness in price. We do business Uon the priuciple that a aimbla sixpeasa is
beuer ti.aa a slow shilling." and, consequently can sell eur goods at CASH 1RICES, which
our competitors esaaot afford to do. aVaT Store opposite Sk4iiog At Bums',- and next door to
Wailack at Coffin, Ashland, Ohio... Oct. 4th, 1864. 19tf
BOOTS AND SHOES,
( NEXT DOOS TU THE POST OFFICE. )
fTWK subscriber would say to the public that
I he has on hand tbe largest Stork of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
in Ashlsnd County, embracing ovary variety of
atyie ana sue, irom tbe most tiny infant up to
tbe greatest giant's foot ia the lead. Aiso,
Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, Hats, Gaps',
and Findings, Lining, Binding, and Morocco
8kiaa,Pegs,TBrMl Lasts, Boot Trees, French
Wheils, ate.; fpaaliit Sole Leather, Harness,
Upper Calf, and Kipskin Leather, Oak Tan,
Sole, ate, all of v hieb is offering for aal at
prices to suit the times. Thankful tn a gener.
oaa public for tba very laige aad liberal pa
tronage hitherto, received, a continuance, ot
the same is solicited from higaaaferotrs old and
castoiaere and friends;
Se&OEIB
- The subscriber continues the Tannind bnsl-
aess at his aid stand, wharf Say quantity of J
puwi win oa parenssea, ana ieatner con
stantly a band aad for ssle.
WILLIAM WAPSOff,
Aaalaast, sTey. , I4. hU i
Livjry Stable.5
rvMqaajs, a MOS UBWIS wishsa TI destlirctlv
jjL understood that he haa not quit the
ivei y buesiaess, and tkst he has Just -made eaite
n edition tv his Stable to Its the aiUslae .of slug
gies and 2:40horsess ' ,
Bis Stabls Ir noW kept 'Immediately Tia'ck of
tkeSampsel Hon as. Customers caa alwaye nasi
some psrsoa to attend to them either at the Pu
bis or ths SainpsSl House. Psesengers carried from
Ashland la aay direction, at moderate rales. -
May 17. 1BS4. . .. , , gitf,
HENRY W. IMMOFF,
( SUCCESSOR TO W. 11 POTTER,) .
Dealer tarn It stoke, stutUoneryt Wavll '-.
----- - Caper, ece. -
SCHOOL; Miscellsoeoee aad Biaak Seoks j
oUtloacry and Fancy artioie.- UtTOt esj
hmd, and eonstantly receiving, tba latest fub r
Iicatiohs. Stote two d6or west of tba SampJ '.
tell Honie. ; -- ' -
Ashlsnd, Jdlv IB, 1854.. t:' '-. -
4 . J .
NOTICE is hereby givea that the uodsrsi'gn
- baa been appointed sis admiaistrstor of1
the estate of Joha A.Casto,deoaasjo Him of
Miltoa township AsaHaad County.. ..
tlVC.lt ssirANs-.
; Asnfaati , Wov. 39, !-- 1 ' - ' '
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