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HAVING removed hi Stock of Hardware to
; tho. Hk Barak Building-, one door Eaa
uie Bank,, ud adjoining Hotchkias" Batter
H A II DT7 A E E ,
" .jawMyUTiwt ua uuauoi OE UOMIO Will
f any description, to aH and examine. Tha
- " Se-eda being a Imott entirely bow, and of the
' - "- tatwot ttylet , heaffera great inducements to
,Mysrtv j Hie Mock eoaaprteea - .
TaaJJlery and CoictTrimaiIa;i 1"
.-Trtlery,Axea, :Adses, Broad Axes and other
. r eoged Tool; Saab, Doors, Blinds, Glass and
'aPaity,- Door Latches aad Bolta, Butts, east,
"' wfooght-aad brass; Screws. Horse' Rasps,
- fl?ile, steel ad Try Squares, Planes, Plane
s- Iraaa,' hand," psnnel rip, croee-cnt, mill nd
'"wowd em. braaa Dinar
ARTISTS' UNION !
samd 8tiri. braaa -nillar. Janand and brinhr
' Cisdlesfieks; Snuffers and Tray a, 8hove!e and
Tongt.FoTksand Shore! a, Pnmp Chain, Wheel
aad boxes, Pine Tubeing, a M article of
:V GALVANIZED PUMP TDBEING !
which exceeds all othere,'ad the only place it
. ia to bobad ia tow a, Gan-barrela, Lock a and
bTriaauiif a 5 Trace, Log, Cable, Halter, Dog
,uaw Chains f -baa arose ana stands, a trap
. Hinges-, T- Biagee, Hinge and wrought' Nails,
,;nUraaa AeUl-ea, Cottea Mills, ; - 'j
:) Sboei F lxxcll xxcanr,
Xhifi and B-o-s Morocco, Patent Dark Leath
- 1 r, Oil ta EmawM Leather, Patent Seating
iff ana colored jbeatnere, ..nameied ;iotne, plain
-ad Sgured f Braaa Breda, Wrenches, Am,
j -wagon tM nae-ay -ctoaeai Hteet and -Steel
. ' fins, , Wasron aad mir Atkt, Bolta of
' Koioua foots,' -if. to ana incee longs Iron f,v
",(:Waan and Baggies a large aaaorrment of
' ; - Bar tSaawL, Rod and Hoop Iron, on hand and for
1 loaalow igerea. . :
-assorted aisea ; Paints, Oila, Turpentine, White
Jead.Ziac, Breahea, Giu- and Floor Clothe.
.Paaaeeka, Twine, C axled Hair and Moan, Web,
'"CABIfET MAKERS AKT UNDERTAKERS !
t;To can here And a eomiaae aaaortment of
ColEin Trimroinga, HwUtl Electro Plated,
rVreaxed and Japaa'd Plates,' Fancy Bntta,
Screweand Coma taeke, French Claaa cat to
order for the Lids, Mahogany Knobs, Cheat,
'Cupboard, Till and Pad Locks, Castors, Bracea
-an 1 Bute, Chisels, Angaraand Aug jr Bats, sc
Jns t Receiv ed
-3 doa A. White at 8nne celebrated AXES i
a Jao, 4 boxeaot tboot eitra Double Steel Axea,
t arouse fast, -asanas; bono appointed Agent, fur
.a-saaa- aa-ta -af the-aa Axee excise vely j yea ean
.ssmvy atraeor the genuine of me in thia place ;
,-ail atarraated, and in caae of a return no quca-
tione naked. . A large lot ef
H AIIES AND PAD TREES,
of different, striae, juet roc aired and for aale
'jlonw a f ..... . .. ,
T4 A. word to these of oar aaurroanding villagea:
. Anything ia the.. .
XI A I! II V A K I-. LI E!
can be fbaad here, and you can purchase at
; better figures of ne than elsewhere. . My long
experience and acquaintance in thia County en
" eblee me to bring, before the peop e such goods
wJJ auit their wanta, and at such prices as
fcw4IX. COMPETITION ASIDE !
Ha4ng peraiaaently aeeare4 the aerrice of
"Mr. Jaxira Hnmas who will le bappy to wait
. oaj hia nemeroua Ir leads end eeat-rera at all
. times.- i ' - ":
. tanTRemerober the place New Bank Baild
ingavadjnMiing the Ban k .Jtf -,
Ail eraers tut goods promptly attended to;
eiea xi;.j " t - R. O." BUICE. -
Aahland, Not. 15, 1854. ' 22tf.
" The Aaunux Aanrrs' Union, would re
spectfully announce to the citiaena of the Uni
ted States and the Canadia, that for the purpose
of cnltirating a taste for the fino arte through
out the country, and with a view of eaabling
every family to become posseaacd of a gallery f
01 engravings,, - - -
Hail to the Chief who in Triumph Advances
D A G U E B R EAM G ALL EI. Y!
WTOiB' public are iiereby -notified, that the
' JL nndersigned haa opened a splendid Da.
' 'guerreanGallery, over the Store ol J. R. Squire,
Aahland,; Okie, and respectfully aolicits the
patronage of the pnblic. Jo wovaition to the
msnal appendage of a Prct'nre" Gallery, the
".'anbacriber haa added .
wrkiek fi man down a flood of light upon the per
'earn aetturg, thereby eaabling the operator to
' take gawd pictures at short sittings. The sub
jscrlbrr aaderstaada all the new and o'd pro
4iHC perfectly, snd bss no hesitation in say
" ne that he caa give aa good satisfaction as any
npcruof tnuiliiis:Liua.vlcoilDirj. mi-1-
can he cea hj callip? at the rooms.. Hoars
eW operating frai 8 o'clock, A. M ., ts 4 o
icleck.P. M. Picture taken in cloudy aa well
ats clear weather F. KJ.VNAMAN. .
j Aiiand, Sept. 13th, 1S54. . .. 16tf
" ClSiT EN S I V E S A L E O F i
.1XEA1. AND PER SONAL
rriHE-uadersigned, aa Kxucatora of the es
- J sate ot "Hamilton- Arthur, deceased, will
.nel at Pnblic Vendee, on the premises, in tne
towa or Aenland, Asliina Louuiy, uni i, on
vi . Saturday December 24, 1 854,,
.caenanenciug kt 9 "o'clock, A. M-, on anid day,
' the toUowing valnni,te HKAL KSTATK, to
Wirt' A Son ? sere of land, iu the town of Ash
tand,"nn which ia' S: tatted iny.ew two-story
frama Dwelling House. 16 by 23 ; two stabi's,
M email ontrhnase,- a gd well of water,
frail trees, eonetstin? ol Apple, Peacb and"
Plnmb,1 Alw a food dooMe-geared J. (
.k,w,i&im saw itomLu? :-
Said Mill ia in good n rhning Order, and will
saw 3000 feet in li hours, and haa all tha need
aweary aparataiajbr raniag. The location of sal
anillie tha beat is the eo.snd although running
orght and day fails to meet the. demmd made
apon it." Also, at the same time and place, will,
beeoldtba, loUewing r- '-.
t'"wil j'l 'Bo'1 Log Waan. I horse," 1 Bugy,
I net single Haraeaa, 3..J. ka ol'Oxcn, a Saddle
and Bridie, and uunieroua other articlea. v
T -TERM -OK MALE.- Real Esta'e One.
tfrtrd easb in hond ; -one-third in nine months,
and one third in two years, with iaterest from
the da; of ile lisiU pavmeats secured by
- -Pevaoaal Propertv Terasamade known on
day l sale. "- f HOMA ARTHUR,
, t . . . n MAR(1AtiE r ARTHLE,
' -4 v EueqtartnC H aioii oo Arthur, dtc.
. Aahland, Nov. 86, loo4 : - 4w27
1 ' "
IHAVK SOLD OUT ! and ahall leave the
place in two weeks. .Those wjaaaanaaxf'r
inriaocoxuMa ar ur settled will please call
withm that time aad those who do not will
be mforeved thmngb the papera r fur niter two
- weeks 1 intend to publish a lis-of their Mnmes
and the amoaatttey owe me, for their tntor
anatM.a.' It wtltaave ma -th-xpease of run
'aing alter them, and the expense of publishing
twtlr defray. . JAMES M. ALLEN, ' "
late John at Allen, Hardware uealere.
iland, NoV. ST, 1864. i - twtl -
JIow U lh time! Eu5crile for 1855!
ji ifonihly P'rioJJciil f Literature; -Art
;nnwl in a, - p-rawer v
By The First Artists of the Age,
They have determined, in order to create an
exfeneive aale for their Engravinga, and. thua
not only-give employment to a large number of
artists aad otnere, Dot inepire among our conn
try men a taste for work of art, to present to
the purchasers of their engravings, when 250,.
000 of which are sold,
SSOsOOO GIFTS, of the atctaa.1 coat of
. . . 1SU,UUU.
Each purchaser of a One Dollar Engraving,
taeretore, receivea not only an tngrarmg rich
ly wortn tne moaey, out alaoa ticket which en
lines mm 10 one 01 tne iriia vieo tnev are
For Five Hollar, a hirhlv finished
vi, beautifully Paintrd in Oil, and Frvi
Tic Kirs, .will be tent for FIVE, DOLLARS
worth of apfendid Enzravinga can be aelected
I from the Catalogue, and sent by return mail or
A copy of the" Catalogue, together with a
specimen of one of the Engravings, can be
aeen at the office of thia paper.
For each Dollar aeat, aa Engraving actually
Wirt tat turn, and a titt Ticket, unit bt im
The Committee, believing tbat the eoceeae of
thia Great National Undertaking will be mate
rially promoted by the energy and enterprise of
intelligent and pereetenng Agenu, nave resoi'
ved to treat with such on the moat liberal term
Any pereon wishing to become an Agent, by
eending (post paid,) $1. WII.L Br.cr.rvB bt na
roiit or hail,' a One Doll i r Engraving, a "Gill
1 icket, a frospectus, a catalogue and ail oth
or neceaaary information.
On the final completion of the aale, the Gifts
will be placed in the handa of a Commit tte of
the rurchattrt to be JJtttrtauted.aue notice of
which will be riven throughout the United
States and the Canadaa.
: : . : ; ; - LIST OF, gifts.
tOO Marble boats of Washing
ton, at .............. .
10t' Marble bnataofClay, at..
KiO a " - WebMert
100""" - " "Calhoun, at
bO elegant Oil Paintings, in
. . splendid . gilt framus,
' use 3x4 ft. each......
100 elegant Oil Paintings, 2x2
feet each,. . '
500 ateel plate Engravinga,
brilliantly co lured in
oil, rich gilt framea
2430 in each ........ .
10,000 elegant ateel plate En.
gravings, colored in oil,
' " ' ol the Waahington Mon
". ument, 20x26 in ea.. .. .
237,000 ateel plate engra
- vings, from 100 ditfer
ent plat a now in poa
aeasion ofaad owqed by
. the Artiata Union, of
- - the market value of from
60cts. tott each,....
I first class Dwelling, in 31st
. at.,N. Y. City,
22 Building Lots in 100 and
101t sis.. N. Y. City,
each 25x100 ft. deep, at 1,000 . ,000
Villa sites, containing
.-each 10,000 sq. feet in
the suburbs ol fi. Y. Ci
ty, and commanding a
magnificent view of the
Hudson Riverand Long
Island Sound, at......
perpetual loana of cash,
without interest, or ae-
cority, of $2o0 each,. .
perpetual loans of cash,
without interest, or se
curity of 100 each,. .
100 perpetua. loana o' cash,
" without Interest, or se
curity, of 460 each. .. .
250 perpetual loana of cash
witnont interest or secu
ntr of $2U each ......
2,000 perpetual loans of cash " .-
- without interest or ae
curity of$5 each 10,000
Reference in regard to the Real Eatate, F.
J. ViS5cheb & Co., Real Estate Brokers,' New
York.. Orders (post paid) with money enclosed
to be addressed, J. W. HOLBROOKE,
- Sec'y, 605-Broadway, N. Y,
. JCJ-The Engravinga in the Catalogue are now
ready forderirery. - - " - 6mr24 " .,
THk OLD STONji ?'NER LOOKING tjpi
T ESP KCS FULLY announces to the public that he haa purchased the stock of G.Mds for
JLj merly.wned by P. at J. Risser, at Retnor'a old stand, and is now adding thereto the
largest lot of new ......... ... .
FALL AND W I NTE H GOO D S,
that haa been brought to Ashiand during the present seaaon " People's Emporium" not except
ed. -Having had many yeara ot expeiience in uo goous umiiien, us un, apru uu paiua
the aelctions of his stock, so that It would be peculiarly adapted to the wants of the people,
and thua ' ' " " . ' -
SURPASS ALL COfjlPTITORS,
The people may set it down aaa " fixed fact " that these Goods will be aoldaa low aa any of ml
competitors can tell, that I am in "the ring of competition, and that they must eithereut down
their Drofits or auit the business. : I have raised the banner of -
Eng- QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS.
"7 jind .hall fight under it to the last. My stock embraces every etyl e and variety or
LADIES' WlNTElt DftEott GOODS!
Sue h as English, French and American wnjmnuj mom. i r.moii,iu.iiii,1 n.m,.
Velvet and Goioon Dreas Trimmings, Poplins. Cassimores, Alpacas, Lawn Prints, Collare, Hand
kerchiela, double and aingle.
to which I call apeeial attention. Barred and Biacic alias, bmproiaeries.i.ioves, Hosiery, ki.
a:IL i7.i..t silk. Satin, and Enelish Straw Bonnets, trtmmin a to auit, and in short.
.rWhinir which can be desired by the fair ees can here be had at prices that have never been
endersoid in Ashland. We have alao an unsurpassed assortmest ot
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES !
which can be eold at prices tha: will make the leather merchanta " stare. So come along
l.riMi aad if von wilt favor us with a call you anau not go away oisaatisneo.
iaarea,J -i n ra mi 3 FKrErB A 151 ST rn rE (MI Tr
r.n r .-.i.n. vonr evea have never aeen nor year hearts conceived of the riches which
V. VII. UVJi.w-.... , J J - ... I . I 1 1 . . . 1 . . , .
we have in store for you; Yot needn't aia ot -- nara iimea - wnen you oan gei oroaaoioins,
Caasi meres, Sattinela, 1 weens, j en, '"""ci ' ' --- '
-xX 2 S3 lZf U2J . 35- bS3 Jf
and everthing which ia needed to rig out tne no main in """7 '
, Wat vour own prices. wiMim""""""'-" ". . , n-,
A LIST OF LANDS AW D TOWN LOTS, returned delinqaeat, oa oath, by Jamea W. Boyd,
Treasurer of Aahland County, Ohio, for the non-payment of the Taxes of 1P03 and 1154, to-
- getner wnn tne interest ano penarty cnargeo tnereon, oy reason 01 iu aenanioeecy.
PT AROF 8ECTI0W-
TAX AND PENALTT,
CroMaoSimoa . 16 19 10
Craig John 16 19 13
Doty Lot : . 16 19 16
France Wi:liaui 16 19 9
Fredenberger A. , 16 19 13
Kannawalt Mary 16 19 4
Uefuer Henry .. 16-19 8
Larwell J. H. : 16 19 S3
Myers Peter 16 19 10
Stickler John - . 16 19 21
Smith B. . 16 19 27
StullG. L. 16 19 31
Harnee M. (heirs)
Evana Mary Ana
North i north east -South
west i aonth west .
-East i -north east -West
I soath west
South t south eaat
Part south weat
Sooth eastf north weat
North Fart north weat
Part aonth eaat 1 north eaat
North eaat i south west ,
South west north east -.
t - ; North eaat '
I Part aonth eaat north eaat 1
7 North part east) aonth eaat II
8d .169 " - Jff - . 4 '
; 40 s t 02 . 0
80 342 1 95
BO 160 ' 1
80 342 . 7 SJ
13 139 . 3 14
40 34 - 1 p3 9
62 127 S 33 8
10 61 1 9
40 171 4 01 A
40 34 1 83 8
160 1996 30 86
- JEROMEVILLE TOWN
Allimaii Harmoa Lot 9 .. .. .
Chnrcb BP; 1 1 - .
ChurcL B G (heir) " . . "74,.. . : .;; ..
f- .57 .-
. Same - .
'- - Same
: 55 v
:.i 40 :
. 09 ,
. 070 4
. 0 C3 - 9
'T 2';. 58 -- 1
Bender George J Lot 30 " ' ' ' t 342 " 4 64 1"
.rl and monev ia scarce, it yoo can c. B. r-, .-
time coming V' In additio nto the ahove nave ai.o ..a rg e .oruent o
QUEENSWARE AND CROCKERYI
Hardware, Family groceries, x ..i.- -r
" II U s K ; Ii 15 r l it w " ' I
f . i dffiea i tr aiv f rinf m v mtttfi av 1 1 nnt lneimm in f vtvt n tk r i bij B
wilh Ynv'n" AshTalid County , either in quality, quantity or price. I am determined that the gooda
.hll not be monopolixed by a tew, aa nwBwir, cuop pb o
,. i . :i irMl,r thin HrtalinAll ia urn
ill ..! rhanire. uuanneii mar u: i - c -- .
The a hitch
iTir pts of the Emporium have been moved up atreet, and the new Palace i. nowopen
IhlrePtionof viaitora. All thing. are no-; ready, come and aee that these thing, w.tru
none ahltll doubt but those who.ee not All k,n of
taken in exchange for goods, ana casn - r
Pork. , .,, -
Ashland, November zzno, too.
FARM FOR SALE.
THE undersigned will sell his tract of land, one
il. .nh nf Jarnmevilla. Aahland County, 7
miles from Ashland, contain Ing et acres about
twantv-five acres cleared, and tue balance of the
best qualitv of timber. For further particulara call
. . " . . li. .(n.. 1., I.T.m.lIlIU
on tne suostnoer at m mw , A V 1
Nov. 81'. 1854. , r.w--
E' NATIONAL MACAZIKE
anfl of thlB bloody neading Matter, about thirty
Were yoa eyer . in. iow-.i
asTced in s lighter toqfe oRlGiKAL stoeies' ' '
""' "t ifaiinil'iiaatNjbthors. and wrmeu expresalv
ilor IX. " .very vui--;c contains one or more of Mrs.
" s.atcpbens' copyright Novel. the celebrated
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xn Puetic-proaounee it kbe most readable of the
. . ' Maaaaiaea, .It ja atrial f Joeral, and eminently
American, its neniejjupue, ...
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aie saaxnirtcaatir colored plaCea. be Bans. Lou
toa, Ptiiladlytilj.and Hawjjfork Faahion.,re do
eomiyi at lencUueaca month. IU department for
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,., or avotusae of the toagaxtne for 1854. For
cla'a ef sixteea. aa extracopy 0 the maeaaine for
JAia will be sent ia4Jtus.
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HAVE A HAT, SIR?
SOW ABBIVISO AT THE
ASKLAND HAT STORE !
A N immense assortment ol new
HATS "AND CAPS!
for the summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, con
sisting of a large variety of
SILK HATS !
r. tiin S: Kossuth Hats from 60 cts. to
so km . M,r Hats, from SI to 63; Otter
Hata, from f 2 to 3,60 ; a large assortment of
considered the moat tasty, comfortable and dur
sble summe Hatr now in use, from $2 to $3,
60:Leehortr, from 75 to $1,25; Beaver Hats
from $3,50 to $5. Also a complete asaortment
CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
Also, an endlesa variety ot meo'a ajia joy-
ciothand velvet .. - .
SUM.MEK UATS I
end all kinds of Children's Hats. I: would be
use lass xo attempt to enumerate , the entire
stock, as rt4a admitted on all han.ls to be the
largest and best seiecieu siock w iiio,
brought to Ashland County, tue auoscrmr
respectfully requests me puunc .
examine hia atock, whether tbey buy or not.
SHEEP PELTS !
The subscriber will pay cash for any quanti
ty of Sheep Pelts, .delivered at nis store, op
posite the Franlin House, and one door tast
of the Post Office, Ashland, Ohio.
- m. I'AJnriir.i.i'
Ashland, April 19th, 1354. . n48tf
... ; Sclxool Notice.
rpEArHKRS will take notice, that there will be
X four (tuarterlr ISxamlnattona as follows :
The first on the second Saturday In January, at
Ashland. The second on the aral Saturday in April
at Savannah. The third oa the sccoad Caturday in
in July at Hareaville. And the fourth oa the firat
Saturday in October at Jeromeville. ,
There will alao be five KpocUl Uxarnlnetions as
follows: The first on the second Saturday of March
ta Aahland. The second on the third Saturday of
April at KowahurR. The third, on tne -second Sat.
aider in May at Sullivan. The fourth on the sec
oad Saturday of Septemberat Hayeaville. Andhe
fifth en the third Saturday of October at Savannah.
By order nf the Hoard.
(i. W. HIIJ.. .'
Asbiand.Ont.S5th. 1H.14 "T
NEW BOOK STORE!
WISHES to Inform the cttixeus oi aaui.n-...-.Hininin.
counties, that bebasjust received
and will keep constantly on hand, the largest and
beat assortment of
Books, tationcry, Inks, Wall Paper,
die, ever before offered to taepuonc m . '
of tlie country. .
He has taken tne room lormci i, "- "i"--Banking
House of Luther, Crall k Co.. and duectly
TSTTTW TtA-NTTC lTJILDINGS!
Having pirrchasrd his Stock directly from Pub
lishers at cah prices, and holdina a connection
with an extensive Publishing House in Kew Yora
City He feels warranted in saying, that lie ex
pects to distance all competition. ,..
His stock will consist in part of all the various
Scnoot. Boons now in use. the choisest standard
all the recentpualications. ttiblcsof all sizes, dls
sripiions and prices, a well selected assortment of
luks, in fact, everything usually fouud in Book-
StparUrru'ar attention is called to the Rtatiot-ery
Wall-Paper Departments. The subscriber has no
I esitatiou i i saying that be can give the most un
alloyed satisfaction to lho?e who are in want or
Paper, Envelopes. Blan.i-Hooks, Memoranduma,
PasX Books, Diaries. Wall-Paper. Inks, Ink-Stands,
or anything of the kind.
Lawyers and buslneas men, la particulsr, are
invited to call and examine the quality and prices
of goods they may be iu need of.
if. B. Trade supplied al Cleveland Wholesale
Aahland, Sov. 2d. 18S4.
Gxtstrdian'S Sale of Heal Estate.
NOTICE ia hereby given, tbat in pursuance
of an order of ealoj to me directed from
the Probate Court of Ashland Countv, Ohio,
made at the November Term thereof', A. IX,
1854,1 will offer for sale, on the premises in
Lafayette, Richland County, Ohio, on Satur
day, the 23d day or December, 1854, the fol
lowing described premises, to wit : Being lot
number twenty four (24 J in tha village of La
fayette, Richland County, Ohio, with the privi
legea and appurtenances thereunto belonging,
subject to the dower Estate of Amy Church,
on eaid premises. Terms of Sale one half
cash, in hand, one half in one year from day
ot sale. Secured by mortgage on the premi
ses with interest thereon from day of sale.
AMY CHURCH, GuardianT
Keixogg & Alliboh, for Pet'r.
Nov. 22, 1854. 4w26
C. TICTINOR haa removed to the store
room directly under the Shield at Ban
ner oilice, where be is opening and offering for
aale, of the very lowest pricet, and extensive aa
ENTIRELY NEW BOOKS,
MUSIC, BLANK BOOKS,
WALL PAP .R. CUTLERY, V
PAPER MACH I A GOODS,
Taylor Vim. (heira) 16
21 6 North weat cor south west 0 143 t 74 l 4
21 15 Part southeast southeast 7-16 46 0 40 8
21 30 South west part aonth west 2 91 08 8
21 2 North east cor south west I 171 a 29 4
21 11 ) North weat cor south eaat 21 86 2 02 4
21 II North east cor south west 2 86 2 02 4
21 26 South eaat cor aorth east 4 1 1 11 ' 0
Brindle Simon ;
;'- -"- Same .
Charlton 8. theirs)
Kellor 8aa at BurrlS
sfelir Chriattan ' 16
Campbell D. Sea.
33. North part north eaat . 3 88 .
6 Weat part aouth east .13 309
5' South east south west ' 12 353
36 ' South part aouth eaat 6 1539
17 Part aouth weat north watt 68
17 Part north weat I 229
5 - South weat 142 4173
! " : "
Chesround Lewia 15 20V
-Coleaaan John 15 20
Everhart Geo 16 20
Miller Geo 15 20
Cooper Henry 15 21
EarnstJohn 15 21
Harpster Michael 15 21
Moore Thomaa 15 21
Slater Jaruee . 15 21
i r ,
Esker Abraham 15 22
freer Daniel 15 22
Freedline CatharlaelS " 22
Johnson Mary 15 22
;; - f , - -
1 Byera Frederick 15 23
Morris Jane ' 15 23
Overhultxer M 15 23
Summertoa at Park 16 23
Bolyart Jonaa 17 23
Vail Sarah 17 23
South eaat part south west
East i north weat
North part north eaat
South weat part aouth eaat
North west part south west
. North west part aouth eaat
. Part north eaat .
Soath eaat part north eaat
Eaat aonth east '
6 79 2 21 0
80 1564 36 08 . 2
140 2528 50 33 2
S4t 743 IS 81 S
6 114 2 71- 8
18 367 II 61 8
160 2535 65 90 7
S3 Easts north eaat
H North part west , soath east
1 1 ' North part weat i north east
33 South eat part aouth east
10 East i southwest
22 Part north eaat .89 1758
21 North eaat cor. aorth eaat t 40 815
28 Part north east J II, 438
30 Canter part north weati 60 1018
7 South part a r a a 40 661
30 Sonthwp'taw- 6 140'
30 Middle p't e J a w 4 887
6 South p't w J a e , 80 104
20 185 - 8 36 0
7 339 - 8 96 4
80 1293 10 42 .5
156 2145 47 80 3
40 708 IS 15 ' 0
i 133 3 - 32 4
85 639 10 49 0
23 784 13 03 4
76 1518 10 67 8
South part aonth weal
Weat part south east
Stoner Klix'b it E
13 South part eaat 1 nortn w 1
16 South eaat part eaat i aw - 23J
so .... 1
tlier individual-rK 1 "
23 West middle part South i
36 South west cor. South eaat
8 B S Survey
' 2 Lot 118 part
2 Lot 12 South west part
3 B S Survey
zither tnaiviauar-TVi i- s
'Sf nnncr Scattered belW2 I?H- A North part
-.ue vr..o .i"6'"e T.
N S Survey
and a variety of other fancy articles, selected. -.1-rAJLa'a-i' LTrPt aa uuj'TTWf0 5 North part
wnn care in tue eastern markets tie reapect" " ; . . ooutn aide
fully a.,licilaieTatronage of the people, anal at tlieir COmcniu, c 1
hopes. try strict attention to business, jto g'v who had Been BOtnewbat OjyLot 35
laitafaetion to ' hia old friends and caetome rv. mi.....t-j' : i!" m
genera. - 1-
I, li. v public arc warned not to be de- aufzur Melssa
to'any other eataolislimpnt in town
MnneholrJ, Nov. 15, 1S54.
6, 90 151 4
1 89 0 61 f
i 0 . 95 . 0
61 673 - 10 16 9
29 416 6 98 ' II
1 23 0 76 I .
15 216 3 23 1 -
10 132 .. 1 98 6
3r 60 0 75 4
- 7 1 " 47 8
96 1540 11 85 9
WHAT EVERY WOiVlAM SHOULD KNOW.
As Might be ExPected,
,T. W XSSON & STU1313S'
STOCK OF HOOTS ASB SHOES
FOU TIE FALL AXD WLNTER TRADE IS NOW
. ILKa MTTlla
'flHANKFUL forthe past liberal patronage of
JL a g-neroua community, the aubscribera
would again invite attention to their preaent
Stock of '
33O0TS s 3"EX03H I
conaisting in part of Jlfimx' THc Kip and Calf
Boots and Shoe, Home Made and Eastern. Al so
Boy' Youth' and Children' Boot and Shoe of
a better quality than they hisaevor aeen in
this market. Also,
Mciir' Roys' and Childrens' Shoes andGaiters
of various styles and patterns, both fancy and
plain, which are of good quality.
The adies' and Misses Djpirtmeni !
of SHOES, BOOTEES and GAITERS of all do
rirabie styles and patterns are abundant.and as
to material snd workmanship, we invite com
parison with any other work in this market.
p. S. In connection with the above Stock,
wo have on hand a Gno Stock of
Trunk. 9, Trnvling Has;, Mens' and
and a largo supply of PARLOUR, DINING an i
KITCHEN GHAIRS, tht we warrant ta b,
well made and ot kPOO matenai. . u
above we are now sollinff at very low pr,ee to
auit the timea for REAUY-PAY, we say to all
that it will pay yoo well to examine our ttocK
before purchasing elsewhere. Mark wei. tne
place, just opposite T. C. Bushnell's Dry Good.'
Store, and one door weat of the New Bank
Building. , WASSON fc STUBBS.
Ashland, Sept. 27, 1S54. 18tf
Porter Hamilton . IS
Wolcott Aaron 18
I Lot 9 South east part ; - walS,
Lot 65 Sooth w mtd'e part
01 jVorth eaat cor.
Griffith P B (heira)
of Land War-
IN pursuance of an order of the Probate Court c
Aahland county, made at the December Term.
1844. 1 will off-r for Sale at the door of the Court
House in Ashlaud, on!tho 30th day of JJeeember
next, at one o'clock. . M., certificate on Lend
Warrant number 61,340 lor 160 acres of land Isaued
br the Com. of Pensions to the widow ai d heirs ol
William Uevinney, and by them transfered to one
John Pierce, and br him to John Augbcy, in his
life. Terms of Sale one third cash in band, one
tnird in one rear, and toe balance tn two years
from sale, with inUrestand approved security. -
Vl. vv,.Jrs, ....
Adni'r of Tohr . Atifhev, drr'd, .
Every woman ahould know that If al:e is In poor, sickly,
debilitated condition of health, makics existence a burden
to herself and a source of painful anxiety to her relatives
and friends, and perhaps, (horrible reflection 1) entailing
and Inflicting her own maladies and sufferings upon her
children, tbat It is her daty to understand why and from
what cause her sufferings arise, that remedy and relief
may, while yet there Is time, be availed of, thsaaauses be
avoided insrfjjre, and ber UaeJth restored, aaSMSne may
bs fitted forwrcdutles and WsaMe of tha enjoyments ef
Let every woman look at the emaciated form, the death
like complexion, tha deep-burled, lustreless eye, the sunk
en cheek, the gloomy and depressed spirits, Uie shattered
nerves, the prostrate and helpless condition of many a
wife, mother, daughter, or sister, if not herself Included,
within her own circle, whose days are days of agony, and
ask herself, "Most this continue? Must this bat Is
there no remedy ? No relief ? No hope P
Tlie remedy is by knowing the causes and avoiding
them, and knowing the remedies and benefiting by mam.
These are pointed out in .
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S '
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY DR. A. M. MAURICE ATJ,
' paonsaoa or nnuusaa or woaunr.
(M immOredth Xditton ISOOfiOOy l9nK, pp. SCO.
oa ma raraa, axraa aisnrso, 81 00.
Xvary complaint to which a woman fs subject, from
hood to womanhood, as also as wife and as mother
y described, with the causes, tha symptoms, and
per mode of treatment, in a plain, simple, but In ti
chaste language, easily understood. And thus every
man eaa discover, by comparing her own symptoms with
those described, the nature, character, and causes ef bar
complaint; and ba spared much anxiety and suffering.
The wife about becoming a mother baa often need ef
instruction and advice ef the utmost Importance to bar
fa tore health, In respect to which ber sensitiveness for
bids consulting a medical gentleman, wiH find sneh In
struction and advice, and also explain many symptom,
which otherwise would occasion anxiety or alarm.
How many are suffering from obstructions or Irregulari
ties peculiar to the female system, which undermine the
health, the effects of which they are Ignorant, and for
which their delicacy forbids seeking medical advleg swITja:
many suffer from prolapeu uteri (fflfn?ga,oY tlSeaaawb),
or from jtuor albu (weakness, debility, ec)T How many
mrm in constant mnv for nuBV months orflHln Mmtfln.
ment t How many have dunoult, If not aaaiuiiiiii. deUv
erlea, and alow and uncertain recoveries f Some whose
. lives are haaarded daring such time, will each find in un
pages the means of prevention, amelioration and relict
- How many bitter moments, how much anguish, might
have been spared to the sufferer, to her husband, to bar
relatives, by the timely possession of this tittle VDlnme.
I It is Impracticable to convey tally the varfooe subjects
treated of, as they are of a nature strictly Intended for
the married, or those contemplating marriage.
Bat no husband, wife or mother are excusable u thar
stflJ continue in Ignorance of those physiological laws, by -flUllrigg Sage
tne knowledge ef which their own health and happiness,
as also the future well-being of their children, are secured.
1 "THE MARRIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL
COMPANION is a standard work of established reputa
tion, found classed in the catalogues of the great trade
I sales In New York, Philadelphia, and other cities, and
sold by all the principal booksellers in the United States.
' It was first published bt 1S4T, since which time
. FIVE HTJTTDEED THOUSAND COPIES
have been sold, of which titers were upwards of
05E HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BY HAIL,
attevting the h igh eatlmatlon in which H la hold aa a relia
ble popular Medical ,
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE
the author fiarlng devoted his exclaaire attention to the
treatment of complain tn peculiar to female, ia reapeot ta
which be la yearly consulted by thousands.
In eooaeqnenee of the anlreraal popularity of the work,
aa eTMeiieed bv ita exlTaordlnaiT aale. varlona fannoal.
ttonfl hare been attempted by imitations of title-pace, epo- f Demlng C K
rioas editiona. and arreptttiooa inftiDementi of copy
right, aa well upon booluellera aa upon tha pobllo ; It haa
peen found XMoeasary, therefore, to
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless the words " Dr. A. M. MAmucuo,
129 Liberty street, N. Y-," are on the title-page, and the
entry in the Clerk'. Office on the back of the title-page ;
and buy only of respectable and honorable dealers, or
sand by mail, and address to Dr. A. M. Maarfeeau. 1
CW Upon receipt of One Dollar "THE MAR
RIED WOH AII'S PRIVATE HESICAX COMPAN
ION" is sent (mailed free) to any- part of the United
B tales, the Canadaa and British Provinces. All
letters most be postpaid, and addressed to Or. A. K.
HATJ&ICEATJ, Box 1224, Hew York City. Pub
lishing Office, No. 129 Liberty Street, Hew York.
-AGENTS. B. K. Kewman.Korwallt.O.; "V7.-B.
Earl, Masai lion, o.; A. Hinckman, Salem; John
Kaxton, Canton ; I). Lamb, Vtndlar.O.i Geo. Hall.
Ashtabula. O.: John Terklna. Athena; . A. Atiear,
' flodlav. Ohio. ' rbilcpH Rule
Ortobr 1'h. 1H. m91
XsoxtcloM.-p'ijje ToWa Xjo-taa.
"1 . 1 48
Mann Joshua " 88 800 ' ft is s
Tillson 4-Moltrlp 1 South i 888 8 IS 8
Bam - South i 848 !.
Ayrea Isaac N " Lot 33 86 1 43 4
Krenerick Peter " 131 6 Acres , . 0O - 8 66 4 "
RollinaCbarlea 41 . 466 f 88 6
Rinebart Harvev 61 - 68 I 26 j
Same 6 - 67 ' 1 ll s
, 8am. - - ' 63 86 I 48 4
(Stewart G H " 97 , . 68 . 0 74 3
WhitnevBF " 126 5 Acre. 188 4 62 .
IerryBvlllo Toim Xjota.
SuteofOhio Lot 63 . f, 0 , .1 .
Same -- " 66 - " 9 0 83 45 1
aoasw- -. 66 8 SS 3 '
Same v . 9S 8 25 1 1
Weierick Levi 7 North t 81 I 316
Waierick William , 8 . 38 4. 41 6 ;
IXa.yssaxrlXX3 Town Xjotaw.
KingCR . . -- . Lot SI 98 feet 14S 1 oa . 4 "'
Krabill Hsary - " 30 . ' 143 3 44
My era Jacob -- S ' -- . 314 IV Sa V .
Same "84 eo 3 i4
MclfealWm. 8 M feet . ... 349 a - gy J
Frocl- Daniel Lot
Winters f oeefl
3 ' . -
2 . y ''
25. : '
24 ; - "
55 ' r '
. 23 "
. 3 83
"'. - 4
Calhoon David '
Fulton J ohn S
Imhoff Wm. H -Rons
- Same -
Briggs Charles '
Thompson S R
Pugh Sarah Ann
Barriok Stephen "
. Lot 53 : 171 4 '
" ' 33 -"" 228.-; 6'
; " " 42 .1 - . . 228 -6"
' '" 40 ' , ' 68 ' - 4-
" 22 46 . 0
SULXiTAN TOWN LOTS. '
Lot 35 ' ' - : 154 .3
: 94 - . 171 3
PERRTSBURGH TOWN LOTS.
Lot 74 ' , ' ; : 21 0 67 5
: POLK TOWN LOTS. -. ; -
-Lot 38 . . : - r : 86 0 74 9
' Auditor Officb, AsHLaHD Noy. 21st. 1854,
THE STATE OF OHIO. ' . ,i
Asbxand County ss. It is hereby certified tbat the foregoine is a tru8
list of Lands and Town Lots . being and, lying in the Coat'ty ' of Ashland de
linquent for the Taxes, Interest and Penty, of the years A. D. 1853 and 1854.
NOTICE is hereby given to all concerned that the whole of the several tracta
of Lauds, or town lots, in said list conti iuedW aforesaid, or so mnch thereof, as
will be neO' Bsary to pay the Taxes, Interest and Penalty charged thereon, will
be sold at the Court House in said County on the. second Moadajr of January,
A. D. 1855, being the 8th day -of said mouth;, by . the County Treae-trer, and to
continue from day to day until all re sold or offered f t s tie, unless su:h Taxes
interest ana rcnsity Depaia Deiore mat time. - ? . . :;
- . - : ' - ISAAo OAiijS,. . - ..
- ' . - ' : C aunty Auditor,
N.. B. Many persons owning Lands or Town Lot? in the forerroinff List, mav
have paid their tax, iu teres t and penalty on the same, before the second Mondav
of Jauuary next. "Such persons need give themselves ne uneasiness, as . we will
compare the list with the Treasurer's books before selliug the same ; and all who
bave paid previous to that time will not be included in such delinquent sales. : -
JNov. 30, I8o4. . .- . , f: :.-" . I. UAXJa, And. Ash. Co.
26-3w. . . ; .. . ; ti .- ,
CRY STA hAyAh)LW.'IM) ! I
, nAIL, ALL HAIL, THE; GREAT ARRIVAL OF NEW' 1
T. O. BUSHNELL. "
K8WPECTFULLT bega leave NryiB,e hi. bow again to the fronrl.-ba ving public; and an
ooonces that he has just retflHW the largest, cheapest H1 bttt telerted. '-
that has or will be brought to Ashland this fall. . This he states as a fact, and ehallengesac m
parisea. Itexcellsall hia former purchases, and ia bonnd to be the : . '
a I are, nortioj jf the atnrs will ha sold THI8TV THPff PERCENT CHKA.PKR than tba .
sac -a - -.
.nnt Gooda hava ererbeeo .old ia thia market before.
Cox John H
Granger W 8 '
Youuker Jacob (heir.)
Link John (hairs)
Buckley D C
JJushnell T 0
Mr k ran is Christopher
Riddle hamnel . . .
Topping G H .
J aail-i 1 e.ii cX To-vcrxa. Xiots.
Lot 61 , . 143 25 S3
HI JO It
6S4 S3 13
-. 4 -
... 87 '
' : -
; -,- e
" 10 ,
1 Ott lot
toe is st o
OH 18 61 8
8S8 SS 05 0
114 10 43 3
83 16 87 I
t8S It 88 1
314 7 60
S70 17 45 3
ANDREW'S 2nd ADDITION.
Deming CI .
Nicholas J T
Same . :
. - 109
.. - Jug
VsniTt 1 ftTI c -
" out lot
Orauiaje To-icna. 3Tjc"tea.
Lot 6 4
Lot N . , .
Lot 9 .
DEM I NO'S AWirroN
L-t 4 "
S 95 3
1 97 5
9 tn a
5 58 S
3 49 7
94 41 S
4 - 68 . 3
4 : 79 r.r o
4 . 79 - - 8
3 49 7
9 49 7
6 .6t 0
8 43 8
0 tt S
9 73 8
9 . 48 8
LADIES' DEP ARTrilEf-T I
la thia department we have concentrated all our taste and energy, to procure an assortment
of DRESS GOODS, worthy the attention and co mendation of tha better-halC Jot -., eattnn
The extraordinary run which has made npon this stock since' its arrival, speaks more fur the
aaaortment and cheapness of the Goods, than anything we can say. We have in the line of
DRE3 GOODSkMorenoes and Paramethaa, from S8 cts. to 8 1 ,00 per yard; plain all-wool
Delaines, of every color, from 33 to 60 eta. per yard , Muslin Delaines, latest styles, at prices .
from 88 to 33 per cent, belojv. lastsawyr's prices a large assortment oi all-wool Moreno, Par- ' v
ametha, silk and French Plaids from 37 to 87 cts. per yard ; an extensive assortment of fig-
red, obana;aable and plain black- silks. at much iesa orioes thanethev hxrb ever been sold ia .'
"in ajjsjjyet i Auction prices not excepted a complete assortment of Velvet and Galloon Dreas
TTHnmings ; a great variety of Embroideries, Gloves, HoaJery, Ribbons, Ac. Of Bonnets we ' '
hava Silk Velvet, Silk, Satin and Kngliah A'trewa or iN kinds and qualities. As to
Our stock cannot be excelled either in quality or price. "Ia short, ladieL we haver sever Pre-'fJ ..
saafad a finer auortQent to thSyublic, and earnestly invite your attention to it.
Wa hava alao endeavored to meet the wanta of the Lords of T7"flT""fsaa)ssjssse nJ,ialll. '
in every respect. We have a large aaaortment of English, French and American BroHtrclothe. '
Caasimares, a'attinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Vestings READY-MADE CLOTHING ! " ' .'
. A large assortment of HATS and CAPS of the latest atyies, and wii: sell them at prices
unusually low. Alao, a good assortment of BOOTS aad SHOES, TALLOR'X TRIMINGS,
tte.j, ttc. Gentlemen give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
We have also a splendid assortment of QUEENS JVAB.E, and CROCKERY, sirTlRS, '
GROCERIES, Yankee Nouons. - - - ' w ...
Ike., See. ' Men and Women of Aahland county, this mamouth stock of Gooda must be told, and
Con that wish great bargiana must call soon. We don't aak you to believe on ssy so about it,
at call and aee for ourselves, and yon will find that "lot the half haa not been told yoal ".
The Emporium is now crowded every day in the week, and more are turned empty away.
Come one, come all. BUT All kinda of PRODUCE taken in exchange for Gooda, at the higheat
market price. -.- : Ashland, October 4,'1854. lDtf '- .
THE JEWS AHEAD OF ALL, COMPETITORS I
- ; ANOTHER IMMENSE ARRIVAL 01? ! I ,
Apple's Philadelphia Clothing and Furnishing Depot I !
riHE proprietorair this extensive establishment beg leave to announce to the pn bins tbat
1 they are now receiving at their old stand to Ashland, the largest and beat aelected atock ol
READY-tViADE CLOTHING I ; -
which they or any body else have ever brought to Ashland county. Their spacious store room
ia piled full of Gooda. We can new supply half of the county. We can' fit tho largest aad '
smallest the shortest aiid tallest the thickest and tbinest tlje fattest and leanest tpecmt
of naked humanity that stands in need of our friendly aid. - We csn sell Overcoats at from 84
to g 18 Dress Coats at from $6 to 925 ; Vests at from 75 cts. to $10 ; Pantaloons at from 8 1, -26
ta $10. We have every description of clothing from the coarsest domestic; fabrics to thar -fioast
brodcloths, silks and satins, dur stock of j -'.
consisting of Shirts, Collars, Cravata, Wrappers, Drawers, Handkerchiefs, &o., is n usually :
large. Tha yublio will alao bear in mind that we aro breparod to do
CUSTOM , WORK! '..jVV'V.VV -i:
to order, on the shortest notice. We have a large onivvJl finished workmen In our employ, "
and onr Crook " ia acknowledged to be one of the beat, it not the beat, ia towa. Aa via '
have a full assortment of cloths on hand, which can be had at the purchaser's own priocsj the '
public cannot tail to be satisfied. Letit be distinctly understood that w ;
and challenge a comparison either ia beauty or quality of goods, exlensivenesa of the assart- -ment'ore
cbeapneas in price. We do business Uion the principle that a nimble sixpensa ie
better than a slow shilling." tio, consequently can sew eur goons at i;ijia i'iutis, which
our competitors cannot afford to do. SVaT Store opposite Skillmg 6 Burns', and next door to
Wallack ft t'offio, Ashland, Ohio.
Oct. 4th, 1834. I9tf
BOOTS AND SHOES,
(NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE. )
THE subscriber would say to the public that
he haa on hand tho largest-Stork of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
in Aahlaad County, embracing every vanetyor
style and aixe, Iron, tbe most tiny infant up to
the nreatest giant's foot in the land. Also,
Frrcntoi' ale of Meatl Katute. .,
NOTICE rs hereby given, that in purananos) ''
of an order ol Sale directed to ua front
the Probata Court of Aahland County, Oinor:
made at the November Term thereof, 1854,.;
we will offer for aale on the premiaea the fol- '
lowing described Heal Estate,- tn wit : a part
of the north-west qnarter of seetion seven teroj :
(17) Township numiier tweuty-two (22,) Range.,
number sixteen (16,) containing one and one
fourth acre of land more ro lees wWvtte rrivi- '
leges and appurtenaneea thereunto belonp-".
ITUnkS. Uarpet CagS, Lmureiias, liars, baps, ' ng,oeing Known as tne anmr saw iftp,op- , ,
and Findings, Lining, Binding, and Morocco j Saturday tho 23d day of December frent,
Skina Pees.Thread. Lasts, BootTrees, French ! between the honr. of 10 o'clock, A. M. '
Whella, etc.; Spanish Sole Leather, Harness,! 4 o'clnck P..M of said day. ' Termsof bale-- i
Upper Calf, and Kipskin Leather, Oak. Tan,
Sole, etc., all of v-hich ia offepng for sale at
prices to suit the times. Thankful tn a gener
oaa public lor tha very laige and liberal pa
trenaae hitherto, received, a eootinnance, ot
the same is solicited from hisnnmerous old and ;
new ctstomers and friends,
one third cash,one third in nine months, slid
one third in two years. Back payments to be
secured by motttf igm on the prom aes,' svith
interest on same from day of aale. - -
TBOM L. ARTHUR, and
V ' - MARGARET Ak'ltlUR.
Execdtora of the Kata-e of H. Arthur, Aec'd.' '
rtirHjUUln VI tilts rta SBUt xTlsa-s.iiSaUjl u y i
KtLijOo "Bt Ai.lii(, Art'j for Pet'r.
! Nev.Z2.tno4. i i : 428
4 AalmlDietrsitsir'a Notice. . .. ; .' -V
The subscriber continues the Tanning bosi- fVffOTlCri is hereby giren that tho U7i"ign- . -
eaa at his old stand, where any quantity of jT haa been 'appointed as administrudr of .
fltosa will be purchased, and Leather con- tlie aetata of John A, Caato, deceaaed, late.ef . 1
stantly oa band aad lor aale. , Mj'ton township,-Ashland .onnty, - . ' . .fl
. Wll.MAM WAW. .r : . HHGH. Itf KPff . f ..
Aahland, Nov. I, IftWV 3m23 -i; Aahland', Nev. SO. ISM. - 3w
J. W. 5iTn, Att'y for Ptfr ,
Pec 4th. WU. -
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