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t -AB ISDIAX STORY.
Th rpid growth of the northern Ili-
weia began: at the conclusion of the war
of 1812 The loir huts of the Indiana
auddeoly disappeared, and Jhtj smoke of
the wiffwaina no"lobger"acended to-'
waraa (tie neavena. f - '
The rapid improvement vonvmenced
wiu ine white man bad, driven tnetn
into the prairies,- and their wigwams
were no longer pitched in the vicinity
of the towne, exoepl when they came to
barter their furs fop gooda. The music
of the saw,' axe andhammer, had driven
tbe ganies far away.
The Indians' land east of the Missis
sippi had already been ceded to Govern
ment by treaty and the red men only
dwelt there by consent of Government.
. When the Indians went away, I went
with them,. I took up my quarters at
the head waters of the Wisseba at the
junction of two important streams, trib-
- utariosto the "great father of waters and
opened my store for trade.
After exposing my goods, in all their
Indian varieties, for some days, without
any success in selling. I became al
most discouraged, and nearly concluded
- to giveit up. The Indians would come
" into my store by' dozens, and after ex
amining my goods, go away without
purchasing. They had. plenty; of shu-ne-ah
(money) and furs, but bought no
goods ; and the reason why was a mys
tery to mo.
At length the chief of the nation came,
" in company with a crowd of Indians.
'He instantly exclaimed :
How do, Thomas T.Couie, show me
"'-'nice goods 1 . What do yon ask for this ?
";IH.Uke four, yards of calico three
' coon skins for one yard half a dollar,
sactly bj'm by, to-morrow; I'll pay
." jou. . . .-. ".
The next day he eame, accompanied
by his whole band. His blanket above
' bis waist was stuffed full with coon skins.
44 American, Til par that bill now,"
aid the Indian. '
Salting the action to the word, he bc
- gan to poll the skins out of the blanket ;
. 'od counting oat twelve, held the thir
," teenth in his hand, and finally laid it
;itipon the -Test', exclaiming:
1 ; r " That's it ?actly.n r , ' ' :
( gave it back to him, telling him be
owed but twelve : and the' Great Spirit
womld not let me cheat him. We con
tinued to pass it back and forth each one
! asserting that it belonged to the other.
At last be appeared satisfied, -and 'gave
. me a scruteuiziog .look : then placing
the akin within the folds of his blanket,
he stepped to the door, and with a yell
ried . V ; ' ?. : ? i
.' "Come! come in, all "of you, and
trade with the pale face, ne's honest
he will not cheat the poor Indian he
believe in tbe Great'Spirit his heart
is big be is an honest trader 1"
He then turned to nie and said :
'- If yoa bad taken that one coon skin,
. I and my people would have nothing to
"do with yon, and would" have driven you
away like a dog ; but now. I. hare found
7 that you are - the Indians' friend,' and
' we shall be yours. " v '
The Indians then began flocking into
. the, store,, and to trade, and before sun-
down I was waist deep in furs, and had
abu-nc-ah in plenty. That one ' coon
skin was all that saved me.
- Attempted Kobbert Mis Shot
;- Gkeat ExcTTEJiEirr.-On Saturday night
about 11 oVlock, the house, of John
Cambpell, Sr., three- miles below Utica,
'' 'on the S- M. V. and N. Railroad, close
by the burnt bridge, .was entered by
three desperados for the purpose of plun
" ' ier-' rThe noise made by them in affect
' ing the" entrance a rl armed the old man
and one- of his sons, and- when they ap
' - proached the bed and struck a light, they
were prepared ' to welcome- them with
bloody hands to hospitable grves.n. .
One of the villaias made a stab at the
bed where he supposed the old "man to
" be laying and cut the covering considcr
. , ably, when Cambpcll's son fired a . gun
which he had loaded in the room and
poured into the rascals a' lot of hot
. ' slugs.
- .The villains, finding the welcome too
J" "warm", broke' from' the house and made
' ". their escape. They were tracked by the
blood upon the fences and the ground
' to the village of Utica, nd there at this
' ' ' time the greatest excitement prevails a
... moog the citizens, who are . eager in the
pursoitT" It is to be bope they will rue-'
seed in 'catching the rascals". Hit. Ver
non True Whig of the 20tf uli. .
EvEmT 'His rns own Lawtf.r Ssxr-
DSFXXCE XaiBMPHANT i- A 1.LERTOI - VS,
DoDDEtt. At the last term of the Or
ange Cb.(N. Y.) Court" a ery queer
, case came before the. Court for consider-
t Ation which" we find reported as follows
in the Newburgh Gazette of tbis week :
Tbe People vs. J ames Allertoo. This
was a very interesting case, rendered so
" jr cut the fact that the defendant actedas
1 " his own lawyer " on the trial, without
laving the ad van tage of being one of the
:. ... legal fraternity His "summing up,'
ef which we are able to give nearly a
,. erb&tim report, with the exception of
. she " acting," was decidedly rich, aod
'- afforded much amusement for tbe legal
gentlemen present. The deft., who is a
mall, red-haired, - th'm - specimen of a
. Yankee, was indicted for an assault and
battery on one Mr. Dodder. The facts,
as divulged ' upon trial as briefly as fol
. .lows :. , The defendant is in the employ
- ef the Mongauy Valley, Ferrestburg
11 and Port' Jervis Plank Hord Company
as a toll gatherer, and resides upon the
road, some miles above Port Jervis.
"- He and the complainant, Mr. Dodder,
are near neighbors.
rr JZ3T We understand, but . cannot
vouch for the accuracy of the statement,
that John H. James, the notorious Ur-
bana Banker, ex-Senator, &c.j received
T some ; pretty severe - treatment, day be-
fore yesterday,' at the bands of a mechan
ie of that place, whom he had grossly
- swindled. The story goes that the man
',- went ' to James with , his last payment
vpon a house and lot which he had pur
chased some four years ago. No legal
"-'daveyanoo of-'the property haying been
' 'tnade, James .unblnshingly denied that
the same "had- ever -been sold, or any
k -J 'money paid 7 thereon. 7, The man thus
: swindled - had been repairing a carriage
- for James, which he refused to give up
' when' called for by the model financier.'
'' Ail altercation ensued, which resulted in
James, being struck over the head with
-a bludgeon, try which his skull was bio-
. en. , ;.
:Jv , All accounts represent the late Bank
" excitement at JJrbana as having been
moat intensive. 1 The" Cincinnati flar-up
'was a mere tempestina teapot in com
, How blest th Partner's simple life -"Far
from the aoiee of too City's strife.
i PAKM WORK FOE DECEMBER.
-- The weather for a few weeks past has
been unusually pleasant, sud if farmers
bare not housed all their corn, and done
most of their fall work' they cannot
blame the weather. ' . .
- Shelter for Stock. ICfarmers have
not provided shelter for alL their stock,
let them do so forthwith. - Remember
that a cold, or freezing animal, requires
more food, and of a more nutritious kind,
Ll9. keep .up the natural temperature of
toe ; body, than a warm one. , it is by
far cheaper to protect your animals from
the cold, than to supply the extra amount
of food. There is do proposition more
capable of demonstration . than that
uarxuth is (auivaient to food. Never
suffer your horses, cows, pigs or sheep,
to be out at the mercy of a December
ram or wind. If you cannot afford shel
ter of some kind, you are better without
them ; and they far better with a better
with a farmer and a kinder master.
Sell or give them away. . . c-y
Feedisjg. If you have much stock,
with roots or other vegetables for food,
you ought to cut your fodder, and cook
your vegetables.; . JJut of this more here
after. "' - '" : "; '
' On 'no ' account starve or stint any of
your animals ; water and feed and clean,
and care for them as carefully and as
regularly as you supply your own wants.
Other Matters. Pickup all farming
utensils and put them too under shel
ter. . -Shut the frost out of your apart
ments where you have stored apples or
vegetables. Examine your fruit and
vegetables every ten days, -and take
away. any. that bcgiii to decay t .
If any of your fall work is unfinished,
this fine weather will favor you. . Trees
may yet be plaated out ;. large forest
trees may be removed auy day this
month. For fallow subsoil plowing, no
time is more aporopriate.
- Now, having prepared physical food
for tbe -wants of winter, see where the in
tellectual pabulum is. Hare you some
good books and.l.ewspapers to instruct
and delight you and your children these
long winter nights, as you gather round
the blazing fire? If not, . one of the
main things to make home happy has
been overlooked. Ohio Farmer.
Fattexiko Turkeys with Charcoal.
We clip the following extract from
the Germantown Telegraph. Its corres
pondent says :
, IFour turkeys were confined in a pea ,
and fed on meal, boiled potatoes and
oats. Four others, "of the same brood,
at the same time confined in another pen
aid fed daily ou the same article, but
with one pint of very finely pulverized
charcoal, mixed with their meal and po
tatoes. The had also a plentiful supply
of broken charcoal in their pen.
".; The eight were killed on the same
day and there was a differance of one
and a half pounds each in favor of the
fowls which had been supplied with char
coal, they being the fattest," and the meat
greatly superior in point of tenderness
See to Your Sheep A large major
ity of sheep owittrs are in the habit of
letting their sheep run upon the fields
in tbe fall as long as tho ground is un
covered with sdow, without any hay or
grain. This is all wrong. " They should
both have hay and grain, and shelter.
Let them' commence the winter full and
plump, and they will get through it with
less difficulty. Tbis is the time too for
sorting sheep preparatory to winter.
Lambs, - breeding ewes, buck,-wethers
should be in classes by themselves. -
In this latitude warm stables are ab
solutely necessary for them. Don!t neg
lect to providcalso plenty of purer water,
and rock or other salt, . . ".. .
" Take care of tour Cattle. The
more that stock are exposed to the cold
the more food they require. - Warmth
is equ4,valeutlofood. Don't forget that.
Besides dumb brutes suffer from expo
sure to cold just as much as speaking
men, and no man who is less than a hea
then will let " them go exposed if he can
prevent if Don't begin the winter with
more stock than he can winter well.
If you have more, sell it or give it away
to those who have more provender than
you. Feed them so that they will not
only live but thrive. Ohio Farmer.
: A California Wheat Field'. As a
specimen of what can be done on the
soil of California, . the editor of the
Sseramento Union mentions that he seen
a field of wheat ef six hundred acres
growing in Yolo county, part of which
he tho't would harvest seventy-five bush
els to the acre, and tjgat ten acres had
been measured off aud reaped. The
weight was thirty thousand and four
pounds; which, at sixty pounds to the
bnshel, gives' sixty-six and two-thirds
bushels to the acre, and other parts
would furnish a greater yield.
JEST Gates are much handier, and
far more economical in the long run, than
bars. At every entrance, set a good
stone post firmly in tbe soil, and append
thereto. a light but strong gate. , With
the proper materials and tools, almost
any person can instruct a good and effi
cient gate and hang it. It should also
be protected from tbe weather by a coat
of paint. . " ,4 . ,
Working Oxen. When oxen refuse
to work" equally well on either side, or
when they pull off against each Other
yoke them, on the side you wish thorn to
work, and turn them out to feed in that
way ; they coon get accustomed to it, and
work afterwards on either side alike.
American Farmer. .: , i
gXTDepoait a lump of rock saltin
your horse's manger, and allow bim to
have froeacceBs to it. - i - -
' jfry The lion called the sheep ' to ask
if his breath smelt. She said, " yes."
He bit her head off for a fool. He called
the wolf and asked him. He said" nay. "
He tore him in pieces for a flatterer.
At last he called for the fox and asked
him. " Truly," said he, ' ' I have ;got
a cold, and cannot smell."
. Moral Wise men say nothing in dan-
gerous times. . I
- -i ----- - r ..... - - . . . . , ! . '"- " " ' ZZJL . ' " " ---- r in i ibiii !
AMERICAN ARTISTS' UNION 1-
.The Amejucah Ammn' Union, would re
, ipeclfullj announce to the citizen of tho Uni
ted Slate aod tbe Canada, tht for the purpoae
of cultivating a taete for the fine arts through
out the country, and with a view of enabling
every family to become poaaeucd of a gallery
ol engraving, t J
i By.The First Artists of the Age, ,
They have determined,' in order to create
citentive ale for their Engraving, and thu
not only give employment to a large number ol
artist ana other, but inspire among our con
trymen a taste for work of art, to preaent lo
th e purchaser of their engravings, when 350,-
uuu ot which are sola,
2&OtOOO CIFTS, of the actual cost of
Kich parchaaer of a One Dollar Engraving,
therefore, receive not only an tungraving rich'
ly worth tbe money, but also a ticket which an
titlealiini to one of the Gift when they are
For llve Dollars, a highly finished En era
ving, beautifully Painted ia Oil, and Five Gift
Tickets, will be Beat lor tl'E uullaks
worth ol splendid Engraving can be selected
from tho Catalogue, aod sent by return mail or
A copy of the Catalogue, together with
specimen of one of the Engravings, can be
seen at the office of thia paper.
For each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually
wirth that turn, and a Utl Ticket, will In im
me Hat tly beforicarded -
AGKNTS: - - - ;
The Committee believing thai the success of
this Great national Undertaking will be mate
rial I y promoted by the energy and enterprise of
intelligent ana persevering Agenit, nave resol
ved to treat with such on tbe moat liberal terms
Any person wishing to become an Agent, by
sending pott paid,) Jl, will receive by -TV
aw of mail, a One Dolli r Engraving, a "Gift
Ticket, a Prospectus, a Catalogue and all oth
er neceaarv information. ; . ..... . -
On the final completion of the sale, the Gifts
will he placed in the band of a Committee of
the Purchaser! to be Distributed, due notice ol
which will be given throughout tbe United
State and the Canada.
LIST OF GIFTS. - - -
tOO Marble baits of Washing
101 Marble busts of Clay, at..
100 " , " : Webatert
100 Calhoun, at
60 elegant Oil Painting, in
splendid . gilt frame,
size 3x4 ft. each
100 elegant Oil Paintings, Sx2
Sioo a io,000
100 ' ' 18,000
100. . 10,000
4 " " 4't,000
600 steet platt Engravings,
: brilliantly colored in
". oil, rich gilt frames
- 2430 in each,..
i0,000 elegant steel plate En.
graving, colored in oil,
otthe Washington Moo.
ument, 20x26 in ex.. . .
237,000 steel plate engra
vings, from 100 differ
ent plat now in pos
session ofand owned by
the Artists' Union, ot
the marker value of frorar
60 eta. to $1 each,...".
1 Crat class Dwelling, in 31st
2 Building Lots in 100 and
101st sis., N. Y. City,
each 25x100 ft. deep, at
1,000 - 22,000
100 Villa Sites, containing
each 10,000 sq. feet in
the suburbs ol N. Y. Ci
ty, and commanding a
magnificent view of the
Hudson Riverand Long
, Island Sound , at. .... .
20 perpetual loans of cash,
without interest, or se
curity, of S250 each,. . - 5,600
60 perpetual Joans of cash,
without interest, or se
curity of $100 each,.. 6,000
100 perpetual loans ot cash,- ! : ; --t .
without interest, or se-
curity, of $50 each. . . . 6,000
250 perpetual loan of cash
without interest or ccu
rity of20 each 6,000
2,000 perpetual loans of cash
without interest or se-
' cprity of $5 each 10,000
Reference ia regard, to the Real Estate, F.
J. YisscHEa & Co., Real Estate Brokers, New
York. Orders (post paid) with money enclosed
to be addressed, J. W. HOLBROOKE,
Sec'y, 605 Broadway, N. Y,
fcJ-Tho Engravings in the Catalogue are now
ready for delivery. . . Bmo24 .
PROSPECTUS OF TUB
A MISCELLANY OF LlTEBATrXI 1RD AST.
lit one Splendid Octavo Volume, com
prising Original Literary 1'apets
of the Most Eminent Living
American Authors, with
Forty Portraits on Steel from Original
A Complimentary Tribute to
Louis Gaylord Clark, Esq.,
For Twenty Years Editor of the Knick-
CONSIDERING that Louis Gaylord Clark
has been, for the unexampled period of
twenty years, editor of a leading Literary Mag
azine in this country ) that his tabors mean
while have been constant, arduous and ill-re-quitted
that they have been eminently cred
itable to his abilities and character, and of great
service to bis country in developing its intel
lectual resources, several ol his friends met
together Isst December to devise some suitable
plan for tendering to hira a substantial compli
mentary Benefit, in all respects appropriate for
the Literary Class to offer, and for him to re
ceive. The result was a project for publishing
such a work as is above desciibed ; and upon
submitting the plan to Washington Irving, Wil
liam C. Bryant, Fitz-Henry Hulleck, Henry W.
Longfellow and other Uadmg Literary men of
the United States, it received their cordial ap
proval ; ao that tho committee having the mat
ter in band are able to announce for the ensu
ing season a Literary Sovenie, beyond all par
allel in tbe eminence of its writers and in me
chanical execution equal at least to any simi
lar publication ever issued from the American
press. The collection of portraits of Ameri
can writers will be far more complete than any
hit erto attempted.
The Knickerbocker Gallery will be publish
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Mr. Samuel Hueston, 348 Broadway, New York
and will be ready for delivery to subscribers in
September next. Subscribers will receive the
first impressions of the plates and the series
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tbe volume. Tbe entire profits of the work
will be invested for Mr. Clark.
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Rulus W. Griswold, . Richatd B. Kimball,
Geprge P. Morris.
The publisher has tbe pleasure ot announc
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PJ case address AJIUEL HUESTON,
n4. ;248 Broadway, New York.
r I IE AC HERS will take notice, that there will he
JL four Quarterly Examinations as follows :
The first on the second Saturday In January, at
Ashland. The second on the first Saturday in April
at Savannah. The third on the second Saturday in
in July at Hayasville. And the fourth on tbe first
Saturday in October at Jeromeville.
There will also be five Special Examinations as
follows : The first on the second Saturday of March
la Ashland. The second on the third Saturday of
April at Rowsburg. The third on the second Sat
urday in May at Sullivan. The fourth on the sec
ond Saturday of September at Hayesville. Ai;d the
fifth on tbe third Saturday of October at Savannah.
By order of the Board,
' G. W. HILL, Sec'p.
Ashland, Oot. 3Stb, 1834. 32r
- -iltcvdjttitts, &e.
At lite Old Uriel. CJrncr,
-Ck.SXiaC.-A-1ST 33, OHIO.
m- . f .. 1 ' ,; i
r111E undersigned hsving bought the Laaoe
I and Extensive stock of merchandise, for
merly owned by Robert McMahan in this pl .ee,
announces to the citizens of this County snd
II others who wish to srail themselves ot the
privilege of laying in their Smsicm aud Fall
supplies .cheap, that hi Store Is the place,
lie intends keeping always on band a large and
genrral assortment of. U
, iOOODS OI?r AO. KINDS, '
such as is wanted by tba people in thia region.
Among our unprecedented variety are
of all Kinds, Style snd Varieties. GRtiCiv
K1E8, a large Stock Salt, Fish, Plaster, in
short every thing in that line, which will be
sold a' leas prices then any other Merchant
dart tell. I am now and will be selling for
sometime at cost, ao tbnt my present stock may
be reduced to make room for my " -
... FALL SlIPI'L Y .
KsT'AIl'wIio wish great bargains, are invited
to call soon and examine my Stock as t'.e goods
ore going very fast, and you may not bare
another opportunity to secure your goods at
such low figures.. Al kinds of
. COUNTRY PRODUCE,
Wool, and any thing the Farmer has to soil, will
be taken in exchange for goods.
JfST Don't forget the place the old Brick
Corner, East of the McNulty House. -
G. W. BASSFORD.
Ashland, Aug. 16, JS54. " - aiStf f
To Western Merchants.
rpHK subscriber would call tbe attention of deal
X ers generally to the extensive arrangements they
have made for the Importation and elo " British,
French, and Ctrmau Dry Goods.
Having a buyer permanently located tn Eu
rope, whose entire attention will be .given to the
election of Goods for our sale, we shall be in re
ceipt ol stew and desirable Dress Goods by each
steamer, uar siock or
White tloods, liusicry, Shatvls Si Notions,
will be found complete. Also, a large variety
of black and colored Silks, Satins, etc. Cloths,
Caaaimerea and Veatinea. Linens, lirillinfls. 6kg. .
dtc. and Tailor' Triuiminp. generally.
Alwaya on band all leading styles of Domes
tic Goods, bleached and brown
Cuttoiu "rills. Ticks, Stripes, Dentins,
with a choice assortment of Merrimack and Co-
checc Prints, Lancaster Ginghams, dec, occ.
Tni Ulotnme uepartmenl (under roe nrm oi u.
H Tyisa Co..) will embrace a great variety of
well Made Garments, such as caanot fail to give
We invite the attention of cash and short time
- ICrWe have also secured the services of W.
L. STRONG, (late or Manafield, Ohio,) who will
take neat pleasure in ahowins you through our
stock ; when you visit this market, please favor
him with a call.
L. O. WILSON er CO.,
'o. 12 Cot aTiiSD T.. tsD 11 ass 13 Dct sr., K.
Y. - .
January 35, 1854. lr. - .-
: , NEW: ARRIVAL."""
TSTSi iTt I, JItJ- 1. I VI It l .UtJ IS,
PIOT109IS, dec, AC.
INFORMS hi numerous customers that ho
has jott received a lame slock of all kinds
ol Groceries and Conlectionaries f a aplendid
variety of Toys snd Nations of all kinds,
'Musical Instruments, &c, ice.
Ia his SALOON he has made arrangments for
constant supply of Baltimore and New Uavcn
OYSTERS, Game of all kinds , Sardines, Pick-
lee Meats and the delicacies ol the seaaon.
Lunch served at all hours ou'toe shortest no
tice. Constantly on hand a variety ef Temper
Thankful for past patronage, he is determin
ed to spare neither pains or expense in cater
ing for the wants of those who favor him with
Ashland, Oct. 4th, 185 . n!9tf
. SWAN'S REVISED
STATUTES OF OHIO!
In force Jan. 1854, with references to
prior laws, in one large Octavo J'oluem.
raoK va jcnacs or ths aoracsis looii.
T he undersigned have examined Swan's Re
vised Statutes of Ohio, for 1S54. This volume
contains a compilation of the Statutes of Ohio
in force on tbe first of January, 1M54. Tbe de
sign and arrangement of the Book are good,
and carried out with great care and accuracy;
and we think the work ofgreat utility, and re
flects ma oh credit upon tho Compiler and Pub
JOHN A. CORWIN,
R. P. BANKET, A. G. THL'RMAK, '
T. W. BABTLEY, WM. U. CALDWELL.
The undersigned having examined Swan'a
Statutes, concur in the above opinion.
Dist. Atty. U. S.-Court, Dist. of Ohio.
GEO. W.McCOOK, "
Atty. Gen. of Slate of Ohio.
It will be found an indispensable hand-book
toevcry Justice of the Peace and Constable, as
well as every Lawyer or publicofieer. The
book will be sent free ofcharge to any one on
receipt of 35.
Address B. U. TlUKftUK S UU.,
Law Booksellers, Mansfield, Ohio. .
March 92nd, 1854. 44tf
MICHAEL MILLER presents bis regard
to his friends and the public generally,
and respectfully announces that he has opened
a Public House for the accommodation; ef tho
traveling public, directly opposite the Samp
sell House, Main Street, Ashland,-where he
will be glad to accommodate allwho may favor
him with a call. His table will always be sup
plied with the luxuries of the season His
parlors and sleeping apartments are large and
commodious.. Good stabling for horses will also
be provided, and afaithlul Hostler alwaya in
Boarding for private fatnilfea or smsrle per
sons can be had at reasonable rate.
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT.
In connection with the Hotel, he will also
continue to keep open his BAKERY AND RES-
1 Alt AN i , where he will at all times keep ost
Confeclionaries, Pies, Bread. Cakes,
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, in short
every luxury to be found on the tables ef first
class eating bouses.
fyjle vnshes it distinctly understood, that no
will be kept, either in the Hotel or Saloon.
Ashland, March 8th, 1854. n42 tf.
NEW JEWELRY STORE
I A A S 1 1 1, A M !
GOODFELLOW has opened in the
ew room, two door east ot Messrs. Kis
ser & Risser's Store, on Main street, a
"Watch and Jewelry Establishment,
where be will offer every article asualiy kept
in such establishments, at very low rales.
Among his stock may be found iul(l ana
Sil-ver atcb.es. of every description, va
riety and quality." Pins, Ladies' Gold Broach
es, Grape, Enameled, Cluster, Knot, Cuff and
KiR mtors, hooks and rings.
Gold Rings, Lockets, Pencils, Gold Chains,
Bagley Gold Pens and Holders, large as
Table and Tea Spoona of pure silver, Ger
man Silver and plated Spoons, Butter Knives,
Saltand Sugar ahovels, silvei forks, ate., etc.
of every description, from the best American
and English establishments. Also Needles,
Port Monies, Dressing and Pocket Combs, and
Pocket Books, Yiolin and Guitar Strings.
:ole. Kjc Shades, Compasses -and
Acordeons. Right Day and Twenty-four
Hour Brass Clocks, in the most splendid Pa
pier Machea, Rose Wood and Mahngnnj ease.
' WATCHES AND CHOCKS e
Cleaned and repaired, and work warranted.
Old Gold and Silver bought at the highest
price. 1 invite the public to examine my Stock'
before purchasing elsewhere. i-
I. R. GOODFELLOW.
Ashland, Dec. 21, 1853. n3t tf.
DDTTEHT SIX AUEADI
fllHE undersigned begs leave to Inform the cltt
X sens of A.hland, and the surrounding county,
that he has just received at his Stove and Tin ware
establishment in Ashland, a LARGE AND .SPLK.V
DID assortment of the best and moat improved'
. saQDLsass '
such as PARLOR, COOKING AND BOX (STOVES,,
which he will sell at very tote rate.- And also, a
great variety of COPPEK, BKASN, TIN aud J A
done on the shortest notice. '-"V
N. B. Old Brass, Copper and Pewter taken in
exchange for ware. BUTTERY.
August S3, 1845. WIS
Corner Public? SNjuarer ClevelandVO.
l.Xt'UllFOUATKUJIIAY 8 1851.
rpUK OLD COLLEGE baa removed to new and
J- splendid Kooma, surpassing in beauty and con.
velenncothose o aay tintlalr nstitutions ' in the
tsaii t -S J; v i '" t
., .- FACULTY.
B. G. FOL80M, A B., Principal, Professor or the
' Scterce of Account.-
W.H. HOLISTBRrand J. S. CLAXTOX , Assistant
Professors in Book Keepiug Department.
A. J. PHELPS and JOSEPH BEATT1K, Professors
of Practical and Ornamental Penmanship- - -
K. P. HUMISTON, Lecturer on Commercial His
tory and the Art of Computation. .
J. B. WARING, Lecturer on Mercantile Customs,
Banking, Exchange, ect.
Hon. JOHN C HOWELL, THOS. H. HAY and D B.
PALAIEK. Lecturers on Commercial Law.'
Rev. J.A.THOMR, Lecturer on Commercial Ethie.
TKKMS It ADVANCE. '
For tlia Mercantile Course Urns unlimited,. .$40.00
The same Course for Ladle,. .....i. ......... 5,00
For seperate Instruction in Penmanship,
Flourishing, etc., as per agreement.
T be design of the Institution I to afford a good
advantages as cau bs had in any similar one ill the
Union, to youni men about to assume the responsi
blodutic.-of the Counting Koom, and various mer
Si.icirccor AcnouKTs. Book-keeping will be ex
plained from a new stand point, exhibiting tbe true
nature and relation of accounts ; and ths course
will embrace some of ths beat practical forma of
modern accountauta. This science is ofteu taught
as if it were a species of conjecture. In which
multiplicity of forms aro substituted forprineiples
arbitrary rales for reasons, and venerable pre
cedents for genuine philosophy, making the whole
field of 'he science a complete "terra Incognita."
To procuce good practical account the understand
ing, and not the memory simply, should be address
ed. - - -
DAiLY LECTURES, etc One or more lectures
will bs given daily, on the following subjects
Accounts, Penmanship, Mercantile Custom.. Bank
ing, Exchange Calculations, Correspondence, Com
mercial Law, Political Economy, Commercial
Ethics, Railroading, etc. - Besides the usual lec
tures on Law, etc, in Colleges of tbis 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 one
expressly on calculation. . -
PKaMAKsBir, Pa acticu. KlOniismiL. This
department will be univr the superintendance of
two of the best penmen of tbe day. Business wri
ting will be taught upon the new method of Polsom"
Chirhytbmography. exacting to the beat of an 4r
strumcnt, and producing tbe popular commercial
hand in much less than the usual time. v -
N. B. For particulars send for Circulars, Cata
logues, etc., and address the Principal.
ry A large library will be connected with the
College, containing the various works on'Book
keeping. Mercantile Law, ett to which the stu
dent will have access.-
Cleveland. Nov.8, 16"54 . 43tf '
BACON'S MERCANTILE CO EGE
XOlffll-WEST X)ILER SIXTH AND WALNUT.
PERSONS desirous of becoming thorough
and accomplished accountants, will find it
greatly to their advantage .to .call .on. the un
dersigned, before engaging elsewhere, aa he is
prepared to demonstrate, fully, that his accom
modations forstudenta, the comprehensiveness
ol tbe course of instruction, and facilities for
procuring situations for those desirous of ob
taining them, are unsurpassed, (as it is be
lieved, unequated,) by any similar institu
tion in the United States.
In addition to the regular course of instruc
ti in, there will be a
SERIES OK LECTU11ES
on topics 04 great importance in a commer
cial point ol view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy
Storer, k. V. Mansueld, Esq., Kev. Samuel
W. Fisher, Henry C. Lord, - Esq., Prof. Cbas.
V. W right, and other eminent Lecturers and
Business men. These lectures Teing a new and
important feature not introduced in any of the
other Mercantile CoMegos. -
Notwithstanding tho great expense -atten
dant upon securing the services of able Lec
turer and Assistants, the Terms for Tuition
will remain as heretofore, viz : ,
For a full course of instruction in D E
" Book-Keeping, Writing, Commercial
Calculation, Lectures, &c. $40 00
Writing (only) per month. ....... .... 6 00
, . ;' -ek. OATU3.
At a meeting of tbe Graduating Class of Bacon's
the alercautile College, held in the Lecture Kooin
of College edifice, Friday. 11th of arch, Jl53, J. S.
Baker was appointed chairman, and Weston Ar
nold, secretary, un motion; a committee of uve,
composed of II. J. Bowman, J. S.. Baker, E. J.
Forsvth. T. O. Sawyer and Geo- Nichol. waa an
pointed to report resolutions expressive of the
high opinion entertained by the class, of the mer
its of thia Institution, and of tbe character and
qualifications of the Principal and his AssUiauts.
Whereupon, the committee reported the follow
ing preamble and rcsolutious, which were unanl
Wukseas. We. ths members of the Graduat-
inc Class of It. S. Bacon, Mercantile College, being
about to separate, desire to give expression- to our
feelings ol respect lor ouresteeiuea l nstrucior, ana
his corps of able assistant, therefore.
Refined. That the thanks cf tbe clsss are due
to our said instructors for thcunitorm kindness of
their deportment toward us while iu this Institu
lion at the same lime the thoroughness of their
Instructions lias entitled tbem to our Ulgbest re
spect and confidence.
Hftlved, 'that wa recommend to this Instititu
tiou toall who may dc&ire to acquire a commer
cial education, as atfurdiug the greatest facilities
for such acanisition.
Resolved, That we as a class, affix nur names
to these proceedings, and that a topy of tbem be
delivered to K.s. Bacon, anatnax tiiey se puuu&ueu
i a i h nil v n.nera -
H.A.Bowman, S. Black, Wm. "W. Snyder,
Isaac Kaughman, J. S. Bauer, KranKIin fciriott.
f. w. Carroll, is. J. torsytn, A.i'auaocR,
George Kicuul, G. H. Hughes, . Weston Arnold,
James Thompson, H. D. Kyger, Daniei Bowen,
W. T. Robinson. Georee Harvie. S. Field.
Bacon's Mercantile roLtios. "The examina
tion of the student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a
degree or pronciency on tneir part nigniy credit
able to themselves and air. Bacon, their Instruc
tor.. The most difficult pipblems in Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as the most simple, giving
ample proof to tbe audience that the information
Imparts during the session would be of practical
benefit." Cincinnati Enquirer of March 13th, 1853.
The varioas complex questions proposed by the
Principal and other gentlemen present, were an
swered with-great proanetitude and conciseness.
WHICH reflects great cretin, upon toe conrse oi siuay
pursued at this Institution."- Cut. Daily Gazette.
' "Mr. Bacon is unrivalled as teacher. A di
ploma from thia College in Cincinnati, is required
as a Bine ana npmin obtaining situations in the best
Mercantile Honses in large cRies. C hillicathe
Jlncimnt Metremati Man 6th. 1853. -
Mr Bacoa baa constructed the upper portion of
Ms building, expressly for the purposes of his col-
iege,ana wunuui auy uuuul, it is tuo iuub, ,um
plete arrangement of the kind in the U. States.
Cincinnati Oaxelta. Jftrm. 8. 1853.
"This whole Institution is undoubtedly the most
elegant and finished, establishment, lor me pur
poses in the world." xyuter. ,-r .
Feb. 22, 1854. n40. tf. " . , ""
" MEDICAL CARD.
DRS. CLARK & CRA1SE wonld re
spectfully inform the citizens of Asbland
and vicinitv. that they have associated them
selves trgethcr for the practice of Medicine
and Su'ircry in all their various branches, and
by diligence and close attention to their office,
and prompt attendance upon au cans at ou
hours, thev hope to merit a liberal share ol
pnblW, patronage. Da. Clakk offers his thanks
t' all those who have icretoiore lavorea mm
-vitl their business, and will be under renew
ed obligations for a continuance of the same
Da. Ciasi, will devote special attention to the
study and practice ot Surgery in an us van
eties, and more especially in al diseases ol
the Ey, either acute or chronic.
OrriCE, ' adjoining Millington's Drug
Store, opposite P. & J. Kisser's .tore.
S3rDa. Clash" residence near the Metho
dist Church. a
Da. CaAira's o third street opposite V
Watson's. P. H.CLARK, M. D.
I. L.CRANE, M. D.
April 19th, 1854 n4Sll
Curled Hair Mattresses and Bedding.
-- PATENTED IN THE
UNITED STATES, ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
OUR Mattresses aud curled hair having taken
Diplomas and Medals by competition in the
principal Stales in tbe Union and also having been
awarded the Prize Medal at the World's Fair iu
London aa the very be-t article manufactured, are
oundatly offered to ths community as a great
desidcratim for pure sweet sleep.
Ths piecess by which our bair is manufactured
entirely precludes the possibility of moth or other
insect annoyances engendering therein as proved
by tbe severest tests of analizalion and by testimo
nials rrom the first chemists of the age, from which
we extract as follows :
Experiment has demonstrated that the pnriying
agent made use of in manufacturing your patent
curled hair 1 especially destructive of animal
life, that it has the faculty of bleaching and clean
ing the fibre, and that it is the most powerful dis
infecting body at present knows to science.
H. LETHEBY, M. D.
' " ' Professor of Chmistry and Toicology In tbe
' -. Medical College of the London Hospital.
" I cheerfully state that the article submitted to
your process must be pure and sweet and will be
found of great value and from proof exhibited to
me I am confident that the process employed ex
ceed all other methods 'of preparation.
- . W. HUAUH, JH. II.,
-.v-m'. "..:.-.. ; -! Kw York.
"W also keen constantly en hands full anpply
of Pillows and Bolsters, nnder. Mattrasaea and
Bedding of all descriptions and a large assortment
of Wall Paper and Window Shades, npholstry
goods, curtains, lounges, etc., c.
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly at
tended to. WISDOM & Co.
42PulteaBlock Bank st.
Juue 4, 1854. n2tf
t Mablcr's Illnrrho-a Cordial.'.
IS a pleasant Mixture, compounded in agree
ment with the rules of Pharmacy, of therapeu
tic agents, long known snd celebrated for their
peculiar efficacy in curing DIAKHHtEA, and simi
lar affections of the system. In its aetion, it
allays sarsEa and produces a healthy condition
of the LIVER, thus removin tb cans at tbe same
time it cures the disease. -
Stabler'" Anr.dyne Chfrry Cxprcto) ant
lsconfidently recommended to invalids, as oksu
apAssEn by any known preparation, for ths cure
ef Ceughes Uoarienetw, and other forms of Cna
Caldm; BRONHITIS, ASTHMA, ROUP, OX6UMP
TION in an early stage, and for the Relief of the
patient even in advanced atagea of that fatal dis
It combincs.ln ascientific fitanner, remedies of
long esteemed value, with others of more recent
discovery ; and besides its soothing and tanie quali
ties, acts thro' tl.e skin, gently and with great ef
ficacy, for tbe cure of tbis class of diseases. '
The valuable Aledicincsabove namedhave recen
tly been introduced, with tbe approval of a num
terof our Medical Profusion in tbs city of Balti
more and evey where, and in practice have succee
ded moat admirably in curing the" 4iaease for
w hich they are prescribed. They are offered to
the country practitioner of Medicines whih he
can In aU respects depend upon as prepared in
agreement with the experience of some of the
most learned and judicious Physicians andatrictly
in conformity with the rules of Pharmacy, and
as especially serving his convenience, who can
not so readily as the City Physician, have his own
pre icriptLons compounded by a practical Pbarma
See the descriptive Pamphlets. to b hoi gratis of
all who have the Medicines for sale, containing
ecommendations from Doctors Martiit, Balt
xs'll, AnniTiK, Payne. Handy, Love, 6Vc.
soDoctor S. K. Majitin says, l do not heaitate to
recommend your Oiarrhaia Cordial and jtnodfn
Cherro Expectorant," 8c.
Coct. Joa Addisoi says, " It gives me much
pleasure to add my testimony to that of others, o
favor of tho extraordinary ejtcacf of your THuerr
haa Cordial, Ac; and or the Expectorant, 1 have
no hesitation in recommending it as a moat Tslna-.
Dlo medicine," &c. - -.
Poet. R A. Payne says he has used the ZH arr
et Cordial in his practice "with the happiest ef
feet, and thinks it ons -of the most convenient
and efiicieu'. combinations ever offered to our pro
fession." - .
Doct. L. P. Hutt writes, "I have administer"
ed your Anodyne Expectorant in several ases of
BronchiaAffection, with the most happy 'result-m,-and
from a "knowledge of ifts admirable effects,
I can, with the greatest confidence, recommend
it," dec. . . ;
Doct. W. S. Love writes to us that he has ad
ministered the Expectorant to his -wife, who has
had the Bronchitis for fourteen years, and that
she is fast recovering from her long standing ma
lady. It has in a few week done her more good
than all the remedies she has heretofore used un
der able medical counseL
Sixteen of the best Apothecaries and Pans
At'ECTis-rs in the City of Baltimore. ' We are satisfi
ed theprcparations known as Stab tor's jsnodyne
Chem Expectorant and Stahler's Diarrhoea Cor
dial, are medicines of Gbbat Valce, m.n&ary ef
ficient for ths relief and cure of the diseases for
which they are recommended; they bear tbe evi
dence of skill and care in their preparation and
style of putting up. and we take plead sure in re
Twenty Seven of the most respectable MKRcn
ants. residents of Maryland, V'iroinia aad Nortii
Caro lira, who have sold and also used these
medicines themselves, say, ' From our own experi
ence anit that of our customers, we do confidently
recommend tbemPro Bono Publico. We bave 'never
known any remedy used for the diseasce fur whlcn
they are prescribed, to be so efficient, and to give
such entire satisfaction to all." ' -
- The above notices of recommendation from mem
bers olthe MED1CA FAULTY, I'll A RMAEUTISTS
of hi; standing, and MERCHANTS of the first
respectability, should be sttficiciit to satisfy all,
that these medicines are worthy of trial bv the af
flcted, and that they are of a different stamp and
class from the, -Quackery" and "Cure Alls" so
much imposed upon the public. . "
For Kale by Druggists, Apothecaries and coun
try Store-keepers generally.
FOUND AT LAST.
A Mystery SCsplaiat'd.
A Revolution Is Certain, Victory Is Ours.
DR. A. 1. ADAMS'
NEW THEORY OK DISJiA.SE is Awakening the
inquiry in the minds of all who read it : How
it mi that Americans bave been so ion p. and ao
slavishly immured in darkness and ignoiauce on the
subject of disease. ,
DR. A. L. ADAMS' MVER BALSAM.
THE GREAT PANACEA Or EI8EASE.
is offered to the afflicted oMhc Slates and Terri
tories for the entire cure of Liver Complaints all
atages. Bilious Fever. A?uc and Fever, Chronic
Lung Fever. PrvpHical Affections, CoM.uuiutiou,
Below Complaints Hiarrhca, Jiyscutcry, Rheuma
tism, Bleeding Piles lUind Piles, Fcrofula, Sail
Rheum, Dyspepsia. Genera! r?bitily, erv(uinesj,
Costivenssa, Indigestion, Ot strutted Menstrua,
lr. A. I- Adams Liver Ralsam has rtood the
wrec ami test fur the last fifteen yeai s, and haa
proved to tho most skeptical, beyond a Kbadow of a
doubt, that it is
The only Reliable Medicine Ever Discovered
ibeing purely all vegetable.) for the permanent cure
of the above diseases. The most skeptical have be
come its most sanguine votaries, and pronounced
the Liver Balsam to be the
Oiil-' Reliable Harbinger of KeultUto the
Testimonials come up from every track it has
made, swollen with expressions of gratitude, for
the relief received by its use. And in subui itting
tbis, tbe Liver Balsam isxecommended to all those
suffering under the .
IKO G T.VSP of the HOSK TE1ECI3.!?13
and st once procure one bottle of Dr. A- L. Adams'
The readers is rnferrcd to the Medical Tract
found by malt ing application to the Agent where the
Balsam is sold, giving a full epitome of tbe cause
and cure of all diseases; containing, also certifi
cates from those wbj have tested its unparalleled
ascendancy over the diseased to which we are all
subject. Sold hy R. H. CHUBB, & Co., Ashland
John MoCrorcy, West Windsor; rHurges & Biglow
.Mausneld; J. P. Stamets. Bowsburg; J. H.
' Baumgatdedoi Co., Wooster
G. E. Scott, General Agent, Ko; 87 Randolnh
Street Chiaago; Illinois. -.
February 1, 1854. n37 ly. .....
Jaundirel)) iiciiHia?ri ronic or Iter.
vous Uebillly likeuaie of IbeKidneys,
And sll diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, such as Constipation, Inward Piles,
Fullness or Blood to the Heart. Acidity of tlae
' Stomach, Nausea, Heart Burt, Disaust for Pood,
- - Fullness or Weight in the Stomack, Sour Krocta
' tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the fit of the
Stomach. Swimming of ths Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart.Cbok
iug or Suffocating Sensation when ia a lying
posture, I)imnesa of Vision, Hot or Webs before
the Sight, Fever and Cull pain in the Head. Se.
ficiency of Prespiration, YcllowDessof the Skin
and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
dec. Sudden Flushes of Heal, Burning in ths
Flesb, constaut lmasaiiings of Kvil. and Great
- Depression of Spirits, tan be effectually cured by
" using. . -
Dr. Hoofland's Celebrated German Bitters.
PREPARED BY DR. C. M. J AfKSQJf. at tb Ger
man Medicine Store, l.'U Arch St, Philadelphia
Their power over the above diseases is not excelled,
if equalled, by any other preparssfon in tbe V. States
as the cures attest, in many cases after akilkfnl
physicians bad failed.
These Bitter are worthy tbe attention of invalids.
Possessing great virtues in the rectification of dis
eases of tbe Liver aud lesser glands, exercising; the
most searching powers in weakness and affections
o the digestive organs, they are withal safe, cer
tain and pleasant.
READ AND BE CONVINCED.
K. B. Perkins, Marietta, Ohio, Feb. IS, 1851. said
"Your Bitter are highly prized by those who bave
used tbem. In a case of Liver complaint, of long
standing, which had resisted tbe skill or several
Physiciaus, was entirely cured by the use of five
bottles." C. L. lRiKi, Freedom, Portage co., O..
April 23, lM9.said: '-The German Bitters you sent
me last have not yet come to baud. 1 bave been out
of the article for some time, to tbe great detriment
of invalids. It Is a medicine much thought of and
sought after in this community."
B. M. Hctchihso. m. Bedford, -Cuyahoga co.,
O.August SO, 1F52, said: "The Bitters you ship
ped me in May last are all gone 1 think it a
good inediciue, and I am recommending it to my
patients and friends, (which I do tor no other pat
ent medicine.) You will please forward a large
S. French. Wooster, O., Kov. 30, 1852, said:
" lhave used some three or four bottles of Hoofi
and'e German Bitters lor Dyspepsia, and derived
great bene fit-from their use. I believe them to
be good for all diseases for which they are recom
mended." Wm. Oaa. tVoostcr. O.. October 9. IP52. said :
Yon ask me my opinion of tbe German Bit
lers. i nave used mem lor xyspepsia ana indi
gestion, and take pleasure in stating that I think
they are the very best remedy extant for the above
complaints they are decidedly in advance of all
the proprietary medicines of the day."
air; oaa is a aistmRuiFiiea. lawyer oi oosier.
These Bitters are entirely vegetable. They never
prostrate the system, but invigorate it.
- For Sale by R. H. CHUBB & CO., Ashland, and;
by Druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere.
- jisniana rco. j. n.-w ly.
BARBER'S LINE OF HACKS,
land for New
at 1 oVslocfc
e A M con
nection with the cars on the Cleveland Colum
bus and Cincinnati Rail Jtoud.
Returning, loave Now London after the ar
rival of the trains.
Leave Ashland' for Mansfield on Mondays,
Wt.'.ttesdays a,ad Fridays, at ?t o'clock, P M.
f.wa iahLind fnr W nn.l.r n n rF..aB.ln
Thuradsjrs and Saturdays at f) o'clock P M. t
S.Oftcmber, 1853. 18tf 1
- . mm"
.-r J Z X . mrSMl'WW r i - T T ?
"ft - - v vl"l 1 sr
4: iilcomns. -iiTT
C a r t ? v d 'JT p a n I s h .15 1 x t ti i' v.
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF TUB BLOOD.
NOT A PARTICLE OF MEUCURY
. IN IT.
N Infallible 'Kcmcijy for Scrofula, King's Evil
Kheumatism . Obstinate Cutaneous Krnntions.
Pimplea er i'PBtys on the Face, Blotchee, Roile,
Chronic Sore Eyes, King Worm orTettcr, bcald
Head. Enlareement and Pain of the Bones aud
Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders,
Luinbaco, ?p4nal Couiplaifits, and all Diseases
arising from an injudicious use f iiercurv, Im
prudence in Life, or Impurity of the Blood. -
Tbis valuable Medicine, Tvhich lias become cel
brated for tbe number cf extraordinary en res ef
fected through' its agency, bas induced the pro
prietors, at the urgent-request of their friends, to
offer it to :e public, wbicb they do with the ut
most conl. dence in its virtues and wonderful cura-'
tive prop'rttct. The following certificates, select
ed from a large number, are, howe-ver, stronger
testimony, than tlxc mere word of the proprietors;
and are all from gentlemen well known in their
localities, and of the highest repectbily, many
oi tnera resuiing s me t-ity ui Mtouioaa, va.
F-Botdsn, Ksq.. of the jchange Hotel, Rich
mond, known every where, says he has seen the
Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mixture adminis
tered in over- m. hundred casesin nearly alt the dis
eases fur which it is recommended, with the most
Astonishingly good result?. - He says it is the most
extraordinary medicine be has ever seen. -.
Aoca and Fxvjx Grxat Curx. I hereby certi
fyr that for three years I bad Ague and Fever of the
most violent description. I had several Physici
ans, tootv large quantities of Quinine, Mercury,
and I believe all the Tonics advertised, but air
without any permanent relief. At last T tried Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effect
ually cared me; and 1 am happy to sty I bave had
neither Chills or Fever since. J ronsider it the best
Tonic in tbe world, and the only medicine that
ever reached my case.. .
Beiaver Datn, near Richmond, Va. -
B. Luox Esq., now in the city or Richmond,
and for many years in the Post Office, has such con
fide nee in the astonishing efficacy of Carter's
Spanish Mixture, that he has bought aip wards of 50
bottles, which he has given away to the afflicted.
Mr. Luck says he has sever known It to Tail when
taken according to directions.
Br. Mthok, a practicing Physician, and formerly
of the Uy Hotel, in the city of Richmond, cay
he has witnessed iti a number of instances the
effects of garter's Spanish Mixture which were
most truly surprising. He says in a case of Con
sumption, dependent on the Liver, tbe good effects
were wonderful indeed.
' Samucl M DnixKtK,f the firm cf Drinker St
Morris, Richmond, was cured, of Liver Complaint
of 8 years standing, by the use of tivo bQttlea oi
Carter's Spanish Mixture.
Gat.T E-R or ScRorrissV. The Editors of the
RichmonaKepublfcen had a servant employed in
their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com
bined with RUeuniAtifcm, which entirely disabled
him from work. Two bottles of garter Spanish
Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Kdi
ors, in a public notice, say tbey "cheerfully recom
mend it to all who are afflicted with any disease o
Stii.t. Akotxikr "ube of Scrofula. Tbad a very
valuable boy cured of Hcrofula by Carter'a Ppan
ish Mixture. 1 consider it truly a valuable medt
cine. James M. Taylor. Conductor on the B. F. 6c
P. K. R. So.. Richmond. Va."
SALT K1TKI-M OF 0 YKABS STANDING UBK
Mr. Jonx Thompson, residing in tbe city uf Rich
mond. wan cured by threo bottles of Carter's Span,
iah Mixture, Gf Fatt Rheum, which he had nearly 20
years and which all the pbasicians of tbe city
could not cure. Mr. Thcmpson is a well knows
niercbant in the city cf Richmond, Va., and his
cure is most remarkable.
Wm. A. Matthews, of Bichmond, had a seAant
cured of Syphilis, in the worst form.-by Carter
Spanish MiitL.re. He pays be cheerfully recom
mends it. and considers it an invaluable rued i cine.
Richard K . West, of Richmond, was cured of
Scrofula, and what Physicians called confirmed
consumption, by thxee bottles of garter, Spanish
Edwin BrsTo. commissioner of the revenue
says be has seen the good effects of CartcrfiSpanih
Mixture in a number of Syphilitic cases, and says
it is a perfect cure for that horrible disease.
Wm. G. H aii wood, of Richmond, cured of Old
sores and Ulcers, which disabled him Irom walk
ing. Took a few bottles of Carter's .Spauish Mix
ture. aud was euabled to walk without a crutch,
in a short time permanently cured.
Principal Depots at M. Ward Close St Co., Ko,
3. Maiden Lane. IN'ew Vork. .
T. W. Dtott St Sons, Ko. 132, Korth Sd Street.
. Bennett dr sBxcrs, Ko. 125, Main St., Richmond
Virginia. i -
And for sale oy R. H. Chubb, Ashland, H. K See,
oi Co. feavaniia, J.Jvehninqer, Hayesville, J. Hoff
HAif, JeromeviUe, iiSDEnsOK & kou an, i.buucn
viile, and Dealers iu Alodicinesevcrywhere.
Jaa.J6,'a4. i- n331y.
Phihidelf hia Medical House Established 2d
years ago. by Dr. KIN.li.fc.Llri .corner ot 1 hir
and Union streets, between Spruce Pine,
.Invalids are apprised that Dr. Kinelin con
fines hi practice to a particular branch of med
icinc which engages his undivided attention,
lie cations the unfortunate against the abuse
ol mercury: thousands are annually mercurial
izud out ol" life. Recent affections are prompt,
ly cxtmiruised. iweniu years of Experience
in tbe treatment of a class of diseases hitiicito
neglected and imperfectly understood, lias en
abled Dr Kinkelin, (Author of a work on Self
Preservation ,1 lo prove that nine-tenths of the
causes or nervous ueniii-y, local and constitn
tional weakness, mental . and physical suffer:
ing, are tr.acca.ble to ceitain habits, forming the
most secret yet deadly and fatal springs ot
domestic a.isery and premature mortality.
" Take Particular Notice. There is an evil ha
bit sometimes indulged in by boys, in solitude,
often growing up with them to manhood, and
which. if notxeformcd iu due time, it not only
begets serious obstacles to matrimonial -nappt
ness, but eives rise to a series of protracted,
insidsous and devastating affections. Few of
those rwho giver way to thia pernicious piac
tice are aware of tho cousequences, until- they
Gnd the nervous system shattered, feel strange
and unaccountable feelings, and yagne fears
in the mind. ... . . .
The unfortunate tlus affected becomes fee
ble, ia uncble to labor with accustonicd-.vigor,
or to npply his mind to study : nis step is tar
dy and weak, he is dull, irresolute, and en
gages in. bis cport with less energy man usual
If he emancipate himself before the pr.nc
bas done its worst, and enter matrimony, hii
marriage is unfruitful, and his sense tels bim thct
this it caused by his follies early. These are coc
sideratione which should awaken the attention
of those similarly situated. . ' j-
Marriage requires the fulfillment of several
conditions, in order that it may be really the
cause of mutual happiness. CouJd the veil
which covers the origin of domestic wretched
ness be raised, and italroe source in every in
stance disclosed in how many could it be
traced to physical disqualifications and their
attendant disappointments! : Apply then while
it is yet time, in order to love your unstrung
and relaxed organization rebraced, from making
your case known to one who, from education
and respectability, can certainly be revivified
5 nd strengthened. , .
Remember that he who plaees himself un
der Dr. Kinelin's treatment, may religiously
co: tided in bis honor as a gentleman, and rely
upon the assurance, that the secrets of Vr.K.'s
patients will never oe riseiosed. . . -
' Youug man let no false modesty deter you
from making your case-.known to one who,
from education and respectibilily, can certain
ly befriend you. . - - ' -
Too many think they will coaceal the secret!
in their own hearts, and cure themselves.
Alas! how often is this a fatal delusion, and
how many a promising young man, who might
have been an ornament to society, bas faded
from the earth. . - .
Strictures of tho 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 enclosing a remittance) Dr.
K.'s medicine, appropriated accordingly.
Forwarded to any part of the United States,
and packed secure from DAMA4.E or CURIOS
ITY. . '.
" read; '. ' . " ,"t
Touti and Manhood a vigorous Life ar a srama
ture Death Kinkelin mm Sell Preservation Only
It is a work eminently required, aa a moan,
of reforming the vices of the age in which ''
trith rules fox the Prolongation of Life, just from
' A letter with a remittance of 26 cents, of
the valu in post stamps, addressed to Dr. Kin
elin, Philadelphia, Pa., will ecre a copy of
either of the above books by return mail; of
I2copies will be sent f-ee of. postage for $1,
Booksellers. Canvasserr, Travelling Agents,
&c, supplied wholesale at the publisher pri
ces, which admit of a large rofi. 9etf M
leltert must be post paid.
March 22nd, 1254. ' " Iy44
ALA K SON W'AfcSEQ announces to the public
that he i,a now prepared to make coffins on
the shortest notice, at prices much less than they
are siade at any other shop Ashland. He cau be
louinT at Kriccbbaum'sold ahop.3d St. Ahland. -May
7th, 1854. fStf.
. MEDI C AT ED I Nit A LA TI 0 Af
i'y'. . A JVc.f 3rf hod.
y IIIOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERY' hs
XX' recehtly been made by Dr; VaTisY (ot
the cure of Asthma; Consomplion, Bronchitis,
CooghSf Colds, and all Long 'onilii; by
Medicated Inhalation .. Dr Curtis' Hygent, of
Inhaling Hygenian Vapor and Cherry flyrup ,
bas accomplished the umsl wonderful cure at
Asthma snd Consumption in the City. or. ji
York and vicinity for a few months past, ever
known to man. It is producing an itrpressioif
on Disease of the lungs never lictnre witness
ed by the Medical Profession. See certifi
catesJn hsad ef Agents. , , .
The Inhaler is worn on the breast, under the
linen, without the least inconvenience, the
heat of the body being sufficient to evaporate
the fluid, supplying the lungs constantly with
healing and agreeable vapnr, passing into
all the air-cellB and passages ol li.e lungs that
cannot possibly be reached by other medicine
Here ia a case: - . - .-
-,:. .Asthma Cured. , .-t
, B00KLt5, N. Y., Dec. 20th, IS53. .
For about eight years I hsve bee Severely
afflicted with the Asthma ; for the last two
years I have suffered beyond nil power ef de
scription I months at a time 1, have not-been
able to Bleep in bed, getting what rest I could
sitting in my chair. My difficulty of breathing,
and my sufferings were so great at times, that
for hours together my friend eipocted each
hour would be my last. During the past sis
year I have had the aid and attendifece of
some of. the tnosr celebrated physician, biit
have, received no permanent benefit and but
iittle relief. I at length had the good fortune
to procure Dr. Curtis' . H ygeana; Vapor anJ
Cherry Syrup. At the time I first obtained it,
I wa sr fTe ring under one f my mott violent
attacks, and was in great distress, almost suf
focating for want of breath., Jn less tbaa ten
minutes from the time I applied the Inhaler
to my slmomach, and took a tevpoonTuI of the
Cherry Symp, I was relieved In a great Diets?
ure from the difficulty of breathing; and had"
a comfortable nighty- I have since continue
it with the greatest possible benefit, and am
now comparatively well. . God only -knows the
amount of suffering this medicine has relieved
jnefrom. My advice to-the suffering is, fry tf.
v..'.. MARGARET E.4.ST0N. .
Con.siimptluii Cured. ...
. New Y6k. Dec. 2Tth;i853.
I enrrie to New Yorlr in the shin Telesrtnb i
'my native place is St. John's, New Brunswick;
when l reached tins city, my nenitn was very
poor :-hsd a Very bsd eonghj raised a good deal
of matter; which was' frequently' mixed with
blood; bad pain in my left side, and wss very
thia and emaciated. My friends and physician
pronounced my case Consumption, and beyond
the rent;h of medicine. I accidentally heard
of Dr. Cortia'Ifygenin, or inhaling Hygean Va.
por and Cherry Syrup, and obtained s package,
which I verily. believe was the means of saving
my life. Soon after wearing the Inhaler, t
took the Cherry Syrup aa directed, and cos
tianed to do so, my coufrh gradually, f rowing
belter, until it entirel) left mc, and I nw con
sider myself cured- ' I still wear the Inhaler,
as the use of :i is rather pleasant, and believing
it strengthening and purilving to the lungs, I
fuel unwilling at present to dispense w-ith it.
- 5 ' ' JOHN WOOD.
Sold by Boyd fe Paul, No. 149 Chamber at.;
C. II. Ring, corner of Jehu street aad Broad
way, N. Y. Price $3 fa package. .
N. R. Any person inclosing 53 td Eoyd It
Paul, or Curti & Perkins, New' York, wil re
ceive a package containing a bottl ol Iiygesn
Vapor, one ol Cherry. Syrup, and an Irlisisr
in a neat bos, by express, free tt any port of
the United Siates; or four packages lor $10'
June 7. 1864 lyj, ..
Anlnvalnable Boole frtwentytlv
rt. "Kvery Faxuily- staeitld IiaiTr
a. Copy "..- . ;
1 HO nnn ciI,la' moii ia u" than a year. A
-L UUjUUU new edition, revised andltn proved,
just issued. , .
Vr. Ecktii'i Medical Manual ant hand Book for
ths aJiUtcd Containing an outlin of ths origin,
progiess, treatment and core of every form ol di
ease contracted by promiscuoussexual intercourse,'
by self-abuse or by sexual excess, with advice for
tbeir prevention, written in a familiar suit, avoid
ing all medical technicalities, and every thing that
would offend the ear o ' decency ; with an outline
of complaints incident to Females, from the rssait
of soma twenty years' successful practice, exs's
sivcly devoted to tbe cur of disease of a delisat
or pri vat nature.
To which is added receipts for tu sura of tk
above diseases, and a trealixu on th cause, symp
toms and cure of tbe Fever and Ague.
Testimony of Tie Professor of Olsttrits in Psnn.
College, Philadelphia" Dr. Hikter's Medical Man
ual.'1 The author of this work, unlike the majority,
of those who advertise to cure the diseases of whisht
it treats is a graduate of one of the best Colleger i i
the United Elates- ItafTords meplea'urc to rccoiu- -uiend
hiin. to tbe uufortunate. or to the victim of'
malpractice, as a successful and experienced pra.
titioner, n whosfa honor and integrity tbey mav
place tbe greatest confidence.
JOS. S. LOXGSHOPH. W. I. .
Prom A. Woodward, M. D.,of fens. 6T'.'i?rifjf, .
Philadelphia. It gives me pleasure to add uiy fern
.mony to tbe prolessional ability of tbe Anu:or f '
Ihe " Mloicil M&Koal." Js'umcroua cases of Li
ease of the Uenital Hrans, some of them ef Ion a; .
standing bave come uiiicr my notice, in w hich h,s
skill has been manifest in restoring to perfect
health, in some cases where tire patient has been
considered beyond medical aid. In tbe treatment
of Seminal weaknesses, or disarrangement f the
functions prcduced by self-ahuae or Kxcets cf ven
ery, I do not know hi superior in tbs profession.
1 have been acquainted with the Author some thir
ty years, and deem it no more than juati- to him
aawell a Kindness to ths unfortunate victim of
early iudiscretion, to recommend him as on in
whose professional skill aud integrity .they may '
aafely confide themselves.
This is, without exception, th mot compi
tensive and intelligible work published on the
class of diseases of which it treats. Avoiding all
technical terms, it addresses itself to ths reason ot ''
it readers. - It is free from all objectionable mat. -'ter,
and no parent, however fastidious can object
to placing it in tbe baud of his sons. Th authol -has
devoted many years to tbs treatment of th
daxious complaints treated of, and, with too little
breath to puff, and too little presumption to im
pose, be haa offered to tbe world, at the merely nomi
nal priceol25 cents, the fruit of some twsnty ycara
moat successful practice." Herald.
"No teacher or parent should be without the
knowledge imparted in thia invaluable work. It
would save year of pain, mollification and sorrow
to the youth under tbeir charge. "-People's JSdoocate.
A-Presbyterian, clergyman in Ouio. writing of
"Hunter's Medical Manual" says : "Ihousanda
upon thousands of our youth, by evil example and
influence, of th passiuiia, r-hava bean led into tb
babitor self-pollution, without realizing the aln and
fearful consequences upon themselves und tbeir pos
terity. The constitutions of thousands who ar
raising families have been enfeebled, if not broken
down, and they do not know tbe causa or the eur.
Anything that can be done so to- enlighten and in
fluence tha public mind aa to check, aad ultimately
to remove this ' -Wide-spread - souroeJ or human
wretchedness, would confer the greatest blessing
next to tbe religion ef Jesus Christ, on tbe present
and coming generation. Intemperance (or the use
of intoxicating drinks) though H tws slain thou
sands, -ia not a greater scourge, to ths homtn raw. .
Accept my tbaiikaonbehaliof the afflicted, and, be
lieve me, your co.worker in tbe good work you are
so actively engaged in." -.i - -'
. One copy (securely enveloped) will bs forwarded
free of postage, to any part of the United States fr
25 cents, or six copies for$l. Address, (postpaid)
COS PES & CO., Publishers, or Box 106, Phila.
JJP Booksellers, Canvassers and Book Agents
supplied on the most liberal terms. '
Aug. 16th. 1804. .- nlS-ly
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ing in the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asth
ma, . Bronchitis, Sore Throats, Hoarseness,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption , and
Diseases oi" the Lungs. They have no taste of
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sands have been restored to health that had
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of cases. A single dose relieves m ten min
utes I ... - -:
Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafers the orig
inal snd only genuine is stamped Bryan."
Spuriii. kinds are offered 'tor sale. - Twenty
five cent a box. Sold by dealers generally.
J .BRYAN & Co., Rochester, New York, Pro
prietors. Wholesale by J. D. Park, Cincin
nati, Ohio; W. Fiske Cleveland, Ohio
February 8, 1854 n38tf. ;
Or Great Western Hair Restorative.
IT promotes the growth, Boften,maksper
manent, and restores thtr natural color ot
the hair. It cives health to the skiri and td the'
glands which form the liair; removes sll"
Scurf, Dandruff, Ernptions and Kveriab Heat
from the scalp. It fastens hair., prevents bald
ness, aad even causes a full growtb where the
hairhas fallen off. , 'contains no coloring mat
ter, but effects its wonderful changes in the
condition of the hair, by giving health to
the skin ol tbe head, aua giaoo which rorm
the hair. ' .
Price 50 cts. per bottle. 'A liberal deduc
tion made to wholesale purchasers. Allures j.
HIGH WARDEN, Ashland, Asbland county,
Ohio. ' V
January, 11th, 1863 ' -- 34ft
New Cabinet Warerooiii---w
flHE subscriber respectfully annotipcca
I that lie lins permanently located himself
iu the tuwu of Orange, Ashland county, Ohio,
where bo is prepared to manufacture ail kind
of Cabinet Ware, such as .
sofas, divans; wash stands,
Dining Tables, Centre Tablet,
to order, on the shortest notice and most rea
sonable ternia. : Particular. attention, given tc
UNDERTAKING BUSINESS !
Country Produce lukeu in exchange for work,
and CasJu always acceptable. . .
. - : v ,JPHN,. WML.
- Oraage, April S, 1S54. ' " 4