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T H E A S H L A N D U N I G N :
LATER -FgQ2l j C AUFOfiNIAJ
n 1.1 flat.
"New York, "Dec. 15.
Taa'AoVfAerja -Light dame to anchor
Ul Ibe Bay-on account of the
. lnAmin '""
8he brings 150 passenger and $S0O,
000 in gold on freight.-- " - -Murder
and outrage abound aa usual.
STeraL'Bpeeiateji8.of good bituminous
.- ooal bar been ftrand m Mad Eifemear
.' Eureka. ;-'.'.' ;'',!U'' . " . T"
Mr. Washburn, the. Surveyor, , had
iseoverd - a - salt water ' lake in the
neighborhood 'of Kern river.' eight miles
Ion? aud five, wide.-, , ',' .
-The slaughter of an emigrant train by
the Snake' Indians,-; took -place in the
vicinity of Fort Uerza, part of the Ilud
coo Bay Company, aid it is charged that
the -Company's agents had bean selling
he Indiana arms and ammunition.
-A foree of United States troops under
.Major Hailefj-arid -tteotnpany of olan--teera
had LuaJe. a fruitless attempt to
captare the oilwndiiig Snakes. The Fort
was in great-danger of an attack from,
the Indians and -fcsslgtoce had been
called for. - . . - 1 . , .. - , ..
"T-bv warlike attitude of the Snakes it
m thonght, will check overland emigra
Sad Affair ia CoTington, Ky.--Col. K.
B. Carpenter Probably Hilled.
A tragic event occurred in Covington,
Ky., on Monday, tho particulars of
which we copy from the Cincinnati En-
fog,' this quirert of yesterday, as follows :
." Not-withstanding the want of water,
- - the mining news Is very cheering.-'
The Hi'mers in Saluioa river are said
ito be iaJckig out $100 a day per man.
wnd it la featd lb ere will be room there
- If or tO'JPOfl me a for the, nfixt ten years.
. jk.-salo.tef. 23 guns was fired on the
' J 23d on board 'the American ship Zeno
... .. (no, in Conor of the affair at jetropo-
lopsti,, and failure m the"alliea at be-
iThe 'Kasslan Consul", and other
pueats,'were entertained onlDoard, and
- Ahe Iluasiaii Ug was runup.; ....
. y . The- English and French- fleet except
- the Jriqua, had ' left ban r ranciaco.
- , Some had gone to .Honolulu,. others to
bora tli Am erica. "--'-;-
-.' -Datefrem thr Sandwich Islands aw
: to th$ 9 th nit.': , The treaty had not been
comsunated. -" - -- -' .'-- .
"The Hohotala cotrespondent ' of the
'" San Francisco Herald, a ays that the
Consul had -addressed a letter . to .- the
- - Minister of Foreign Relations," insisting
y tipon the immediate;, conclusien of the
treaty, or-else that negotiation should
- snd forthwith. In consequence of this,
it is said" a peremptory message was sent
for Prince Lepolihor whose . siguature
only-was wanted. - The treaty was . ex-
- peeted in ati Franeiseo nr two-weeks.
.5J!MarkeU generally! showed .no change
although the. demand" had , somewhat
Blackened and some articles advanced.
As Col.-R, B. Carpenter was stand
ing outside oi the post office, yesterday
morning, at a little after 8 o'clock, Mr.
P. T. Perkins, the proprietor of the
Cincinnati and Covington line of omni
buses, approached, and, without utter
ing a word, drew a revolver and fired,
the first ball striking his neck just below
the chin, and passed through the throat,
lodged near " the surface of the skin be
low the left car ; the second struck near
the navel, but its force was arrested by
a watch" which was in the fob, and only
a small flesh wound was inflicted ; the
third ball missed entirely.
Mr. Carpenter waS conveyed to the
office of Dr. Blackburn, when Profess
or Evans was sent for, who extracted the
ball. Mr. C, however, is in a most
Ereoarious situation, and up to a late
our bat little hope was entertained of
his recovery. " He appears perfectly
sensible of what is going on, but from
the nature of the wound is unable to
" JJr. Perkins gave himself voluntarily
into custody, auct an examination was
held yeaterisj afternoon, at two o'clock,
before 'S ibires Soutlipate and Bcalc,
when the large room ?f the City Hall was
crowded.' - ' .
After a preliminary examiiT.'lt'-on tn0
Court ordered that the defend. be
held in $12,000 bail; to appear at th
March term of the circuit Court, to an
- The cause of this melancholy affair ia
said to be occasioned by some scandal
ous report propagated respecting the la
dy of Mr. Perkins, and attributed to
Mr. Carpenter. The latter gentleman,
however, is said by his friend never to
have ottered - a disrespectful word con
cerniug the lady. -
Col. Carpenter ia well known as the
able prosecutor in the vv ard case.
Mr. . Carpenter at last advices lay in
a verr critical situation. Air. U. is a
lawyer, and particularly distinguished
himself in the famous V ard case, where
he appeared for the State. If he sur
vives, it will be with the less of his
voioe. Mr. Perkins is a very respecta
ble man, 'and the cause of the affair is
said to have been improper overtures
made by Carpenter to the wife of Per
kins. The difficulty is of long standing.
Baring J"riiud .Treanrer Abacondid--The
The citizens of this place have been
thrown lato intense-' excitement, by thu
absence bf John M. Shrock the Co. Treas
urer; ttdo leu Here lor -MassillOD, in
company with, T, S. Gilbert, on'. Satur
day the 2nd inst.' It was supposed that
b brock had pone to (Joluinbus to pay
over monev o the State Treasurer: fas
- he said that was his intention,) and little
notice was. paid to " the. matter,'. until
several days after his departure, when
it was reported he had absconded with
'$30,000, of the public tooney, and had
- committed a forgery upon the duplicates.
Several officers, aud persons who were
hi bail, started iu pursuit.-- No tidings
otLi3- whereabouts Iiaire been obtained,
. further than he was traced to Cleveland
: ia company with Mr. Gilbert,.' who was
on his way ta Chicago. ' '
- - T tiorgury- has been ascertained to
be of considerable extent, and is one of
the most daring acts ever perpetrated in
thi 1 coiiimuuity. " ...The tax , duplicate
furnished (be Treasurer by the Auditor
. -has- 1-ecn.r altered, adding from one to
three dollars' to the tax of most of the
heaviest - tax-payers in nearly all the
townships, making in all about one thou
sand dollars - . - -
It appears that the alterations of the
. duplicate were discovered as early as the
15th of November, aud yet it was not
" made public nor any attempt made to
arrest Shrock, nutil Wednesday eveaing
the 6th of December five days after he
had leftl"- There-are- numerous- conjee-
tores aa to the cause of this delay, and
tnat fen rock is not alone in the matter
: The whole affair presents itself as a sin
pendoas scheme of frand, wrapped up
m mystery, and ought to belaid before
: the' public : and which we will do as
oon we can ascertain further facts.
'.' A 'dispatch v8avs that Gilbert is
Chicago, bat Shrock is not with him.
We hope he will yet be taken and brought
eack to 'lustice.' ' " ;'-, -''- - , - '-
- Aa soon aa a warrant was issued, the
Sheriff immediately started after him
and hat not yet returned. - Mr. Givens
is also in pursuit ; .they are both efficient
- and vigilant officers, and will use every
endeavor to arrest nun. . -
' P.' S. Since the above is in. type, Mr.
Gilberts has returned. He says he left
Shrocktn'Cleveland the day he started
for, Chicago. Ilolmes Co. Dent.
TItB Defeat of the Allies in - the Pa-
y v, , clfie 1 ' '; " '-
i Aa to the result .of the truly unto
ward event " . at- Petropaulowski, there
ca'd be no quest ion: ' Half a dozen ships
of thet Allies,- looking out, properly
-enouh, for Russian vessels in the Pa-
- ific, find themselves off the fortified fort
-H-ofPetrppaulfiwski, 'ftud ..with only one
steamer amongst them, enter into a bom
Jbardment with a Kamtschatkan'AIgiers
u luey wcrs Tuny ccjuippea ana con
iStituted for the purpose.- A bombard-
iment and partial - landing, -carried on for
a -few -'days,' did some dam age: but a
subsequent attempt to land and enter
into the town ended in the repulse of the
troops engaged .with much slaughter,
. and the fleet retired' with a loss of many
men and several officers, including the
.' .English., Admiral.. - It was a mistake
Ahere-ie no use of disguising the fact.
"The Admiral is said to bare been killed
, 2y the accidental firing of his owa pis-
- eU.M accident frequent enough with a
following piece, the careless ho'ding of-
,- Wbicflicen inclines the muzzle to the
Jsolder., but so unusual with a pistol that
' ojoture has jumped-te the suspicion
that Admiral' Price terminated his life
rather 4han witness the issue of his rash
. Jieas. - That afiect of English and French
ar sTiips alieuld-leave their mark, is
A materi of- oase bat - never was a
wtek worse peat han that offPetro
jiaulowjki " .." , . .. , t-,
. CJArRi-bon's trial in Cincinnati is
exerting great interest.' The principal
point made thus far by- the prosecution
are proofs that Aaaiso.v sometime pre
. vious te the explesion . of the , infernal
machine, had threatened Allison, and
the identiScationW Akkisoit as the man
who ordered the box of the- maehiae to
W ' made.-Farther develepmeats are
aotioipfrted. StaUtman. and Democrat
Palmeriton and Napoleon Prospects
of" a European War Cuba Grow
' ing Cheap. "
From the Wuhingran Star. Dec, 11.
Most important information from Eu
rope. , The Union's mails brought a let-
ter from a distinguished Frenchman to'
a gentleman iu this city, from which wd
make the following extract, premising it
with the assurance that ihe writer's po
sition and means of knowing the secrets
of state affairs in' Paris are equal to those
of any nan in that capi tal :
Pabis, Nov. 10
" Lord Pal in erst on and Louis Napo
leon have been almost inseparable since
the former alighted at the Hotel Wind
sor, xueir interviews have resulted in
a decision to uufurl the standard of Pol
isb, Hungarian and Italian nationality
if Prussia aud Austria hesitate longer to
declare unequivocally against the Czar
The probability is, that neither the one
or the other will consent to Jo this:
which casj all Europe will be in arms be
'-.'As relates to tho American couti-
nent, you may be assured that France and
.bnglaud have no inteut'on whatever of
attempting -to regulate the Balance of
Power' there. It would be a blessing to
each if -you would purchase Cuba, aud
pay for it a far consideration in cash.
All the money in your sub- treasury will
be needed on the 'continent before the
restoration of peace. - If Spain will not
sell, she will tijid no sympathy on this
side ot the Atlantic in tne existing state
of anairs, if you be driven by necessity
to take possession of the island. W hat
ever yea may hear to the contrary. Amer
ica is strouorverwheliniug strong, in
France. DcrV'ia want better evidence
of that than i revocation of the order
for Mr. Souls expulsion ? The Ein
peror never revoked an order before.
Never did the rising sun of liberty in the
western hemisphere shine so brightly
upon the eastern one as at present.
R. D. BO ICC,
HAVING removed hie Stock of Hardware to
the New Bank Building-, one door East
of the Bank, and adjoining- Hotehkiaa Bolleri
Store. inTitea the attentio ot tnoae in want or
of anv description, to call and examine. The
Goods being almost entirely new, and of the
latent atylea, he otters great inducements to
buyers. His stock eo.upriaes
a I.I lerj anJ Coach Trimmfcigg !
Cutlery, Axes, Adses, Broad Axes and other
eaged Tools: Saab, Doors, Blinds, Glass and
Pulty, Door Latches and Bolts, Butts, cast,
wrought and brass ; Screws. Horse Rasps,
Files, rteel ad Try Squares, Planes, Plane
Irons, hand, pannel rip, cross-cut, mill and
wood Saws, bras pillar, Japan'd and bright
Candieslicks, .Snuffers and Trays, Shoreis and
Tonga, Forka and Shovels, Pump Chain, Wheela
and boxes, Pine Tubeing, a new article ot
GALVANIZED PUMP TUBEING1
which exceeds all others, and the only place it
(is to be bad in town. Uua-barrels, L.oeks and
Trimmings; Trace, Log, Cable, Halter, Dog
and (w Chains ; Sad Irons and Stands, Strap
Hinges, T Hinges, Hinge, and wrought Nails,
Brass Kettles, Coffee Mills,
Sboe XT" i zx ci i zx's b r
Linings and Boot Morocco, Patent Dark Leatb
cr, Oil and Knamcled Leather, Patent Seating
and colored Leathers, Enameled Cloths, plain
and figured; Brass Bands, Wrenches, Sum,
Wairon and Buotry Boaes s Steel and Stoel
Surines. Wagon and Carriage Axlea, Bolts of
all sizes from It to six inces long; iron fur
Wagons and Buggioa; a large assortment of
Bar Band, Rod and Hoop Iron on hand and for
sale at low figures.
S3T 2 2a 2
assorted sizes ; Paints, Oils, Turpentine, White
lead, Zinc, Brushes, G!u and Floor Cloths.
Damasks, Twine, Curled Hair and Moss, Web,
CABINET MAKERS AND UNDERTAKERS 1
Vou can here Sad a conipjete assortment of
Cuffun ' rimmings, Handles blectro Fiatsa,
Bronzed an.? Japan'd Plates, Fancy Butts,
Screws and Coffin tacks, French Glass cut to
order for the Lids, Maliognny Knobs, Chest,
Cupboard, Till and Pad locks, Cantors, Braces
an.i Bitta, Chisels, Augurs ai."l Aug -tr 2Us, &c.
30 doz. A. White & Sons' celebrated AXES;
also, 4 boxes ot those extra Doable Steel A.cs,
ffoiiiL' fust' Haring been appointed Agent K. ,
ina safe of those Axes exclusively; you ean
only procure the genuine of me in this place ;
all warranted, aud in case of a return no ques
tions asked. A largo lot of
fiAEIES xND PAD TREES,
of different styls,"jus: received and for sale
A word to those of our surrounding Tillages :
Anything in the
E3 a is a iv a i: i: jl ig:
csa he found here, and you can purchase at
better bgures of me than elsewhere. My long
experience and acquaintance in this County en
ables mo to bring before the people such goods
as will suit their wants, and at such prices aa
ALL COMPETITION ASIDE f
Having permanently secured the seTvices of
Mr. JjtHES H"nteb, who will lie happy to wait
on Lis numerous friends and customers at all
tcTienembcr the place New Bank Build
ings , adjoioing the Iiauk.a?
All orders lor goods promptly attended to.
It. D. BOICE.
Ashland, Nov. 15, 1S54. - 22tf.
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &C.
Hail to the Chief who in Triumph Advances I
THE OLD STONE CORNER LOOK NO UP !
Additional Particulars of (he Terrl
ble Uale ia the Black. Sss.
- Thirty-two English transports wer-e
lost in the hurricane of the ' 14th inst.
The Prince'1' and Sea Nymph foundered
with aU on board. JLhreewail steamers
have been stranded. The Sanspareil
was driven ashore, ou- fire from her
machinery. The Britannia had five feet
of water in her hold. The Agamemnon
was stranded, but got afloat again. The
Samson's machinery is damaged. . The
lietribution -was saved by throwing her
guns overboard. The Terrible has also
escaped The Henry . the Foutth and
Plato are both lost. .
'.. Berlix, Tuesday, Nov. 28.
TheBussian auswer to the Prussian
note expresses the willingness of the
Emperor to treat ODthe following terms
; 1. A common guarantee by the five Pow
ers of the rights of the Christian sub
jects of the Porte, without distinction
as to profession. M. AcommonProtee
torate of tho Principalities to be exer
cised by the five Powers on the terms of
the treaties now existing betweenRassia
and the Porte. 3. A revision of the
treaty of 1841. 4. The free naviga
tion of the Danube.
Injitxction. The Courty Treasurer
informs us that the Banks of this county
have procured injunctions trout Judge
McLean, of the Uuited States Suppreme
Court, restraining him from collecting
the- tax assessed against them. The
amouut is over $9,000. Other banks
throughout the Stae are also resorting to
the same tribunal to evade the laws of
the State. Steubenvile Union.
New Yobk, Deo. 15. ;
Humors adverse to tho Farmers, and
Citizens' Bank of Williamsburgh were
in circulation this afternoon. The bill
holders are understood to be amply se
cured. . -.""'
. Yesterday and to-day there has been
quite a run on the Savings Banks. The
Chambers street institution paid about
$60,000 in gold, and nearly , the same
to-day. It it not thought any are seri
; 2"There has been excellent eleigh
iag at Qoebee ever since the first inat.
D A G U E R R hU GALLERY!
rjlHE" poblhc arc hereby notified, that the
I ondrsioed has opened a splendid Da
guerreanGaJlery, over the Store of J. R. Squire,
Ashland Ohio, and respectfully solicits the
patronage of the public. In addition to the
nana! Appendages of a ficlure uallery, the
subscriber nas aduea a
which poors down a flood of'ligat upon the per
on setting, thereby enabling the operator to
take good pictures at short sittings J he sub
scribcr underHlandB al I the ciew and od.pro
cesses perfectly, and has no hesitation in say
ing that he can give as good satisfaction as an
uerator in thissection ofcountrv. Spccimei.
can he seen by calling atthe rooms. Hours
f. operating from 8 o'clock, A. 51., to 4
deck, P.M. Pictures taken in cloudy as well
as clear weather. . KINKAMAN.
Ashland, Sept. nth, 1854. 16lf
T1 ESPKC8FDLLY annoances to the public that he has purchased the atock of Goods for
JLV tnerly owned by P. fc J. Risser, at Reinor's old stand, and is now adding thereto the
largest lot or new J -
F AL L A N D W INTER GOOD Si
that has been brought to Aahiand during the present season People's Lmponum" not except
ed. Having bad many years ol expenence in me goeas ousiness. ne nassparea no pains' in
the selctions of bis stock, so that it would be peculiarly adapted to the wants ' the people
SURPASS ALL COIV1PST8TORS.
The people may set it down tit " fixed fact " that these Goods wtll be soldss low aa any of my
competitors can tell, that I am in the ring of competition, and that they must either cut dawn
their profits or qoit the business, i nave raised tne Dinner -
QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS
and shall nebt nnder it to the last. My stock emoraces every styi e and variety ot
LADIES' WINTER DRESS GOODS!
cnl. h . Enelish. French and American Ginghams : Morenos. Psramettas, Muslins. Plaids
Velvet and Golnon Dress Trimmings, Poplins. Ciwimeres, Alpacas, Lawn Prints, Collars, Hand
kerchiefs, double and single. . . .
B R O S II A S H A W I, SI
to which I call special attention. Barred and Black silks, Emproideries, Gloves, Hosiery, Rib
Won. Silk Velvet. Silk. Satin, and English Straw Bonnets, trimmin s to suit, and in short.
verythinc which can he desired by the fair sex can here bo had at jp rices that have never bean
endersold in Asniana. we nave aiso an nnsurpaaseovasaorimesi oi -
LADIES' & CHILDREN'S SHOES!
which can be sold at prices that will make the 'leather merchants" stnre. 60 come alonry
ladies j Ou II you win m-or up wmi a edit j bij.vi 11 wi. k ! v-iy unsacinoa .
Well, Gentlemen, your eyes have never seen nor ysur hearts conceived ot. the riches which
... in store tor vou.- TM needn't lam ol Hard times" when you ean set Broadalotha.
Cassi-Tiores, Sattinets, rweens, jeans, vemnga, do vim ana nnoes,
T-jrr En. tQ 3 Sf JE 0s np 8
j hin irl.icli is needed to rig out the mortal male" in Sunday fixin's " from head
to foot at your own prices. What's the difference if your taxes are high, your crops have fail
ed and money is scarce, if joa call get gooos ai wwi prices, anu pay tor tbem in the good
time comine In addition to tne aoove, 1 nave aisoa targe assorxmeni or
QUEENS WARE AND CROCKERY!
Hirdware,. Family Groceries, Yanked potions, and full and complete assortment ol
II O V S K K t: K I I "V UOOOS!.
It is u to psrticulanxe further. Sn(Bc it te say that sir slock will not loose in comparison
th any Ashland County, either in quality, quantity or price. I am determined that the good
business sha.'1 not oe monopolixed by a few, as heretofore, il cheap goods, and plenty of them
.:n -a;,.-huo;e. Bushnel! may be gcart, a :' greaitr than Bushnell is here." The " hitch-
ini? oosU" of the Emporium have been moved up street, and the oew Palace is now open tor
the reception of visitor. All tilings are now ready, come and see that these things arctrue
none shall doubt but the who see not. Allkindsof
taken ia exchange for gooJs, nd ch elways asceptabie. M CASH paid for Clover Seed and
Por. ' - ' -
Ashland, November 2Jnd, (So- S6 tf.
CRYSTAL PALACE OUTDONE ! !
HAIL. ALL HAIL, THE GREAT AKKIVAL ur iNw -
EXTENSIVE SALE OF
REAL AND PEUSONAL
si es3 "j?
rBiji K undersigned, ae Exucutora of the es-
I tate ot Hamilton Arthur, deceased, will
sell st Public endue, on the premises, in th
town or Ashland, Ashland County, Ohn, on
Saturday, December 23, 1 854,
commercing at 9 o'clock, A. M-, on said day
the following valuable REAL ESTATE, to
wit : About It acre of land, in the town of Ash.
land, on which is situtted a new two-story
frame. Swelling Home, 10 by 2S J two stables
one small out-lmuse, a good well of water
fruit tree, conrtsting ol. Apple, I lacll and
Plumb. Also a good donhle-geared
Said Mill is in good n Mining order, and will
saw 30U0 feet in 12 hours, and has all the need
essary aparatus for runing. The location ofsai
uiill ui tlie best in tiie co. and although running
night and dsy fails to meet the demand made
upon it. Also, at the same time and place, will
be stold tile following
to witj 1 good Log Wagon, I horse, 1 Bugjjy,
1 set single Harness, 2 yoke otUxcu, a baddle
and llndle, and numerous other articles.
TERMS OK SALE. Real Estate One.
third cash in hond; one-third in nine months,
and one-third in two vears, with-interest from
the day of sale. Hack payments secured by
mortgage on tne premises.
1'eraonai 1'roperty I erms made known on
day ol sale. THOMAS ARTHUR,
Executorsot Hamilton Arthur, dec
Ashland, Nov. 26, JS54. 4w27
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of Land War-
N pursuance of an order of the Probate Court o'
X Ashland county, made at the December Term
1P.14, I .will olTrr for Sale at tbe door of tbe Court
House In Ashland, on !the 3Uth day of December
next, at one o'clock, P. M-, certificate on Land
Warrant number 61.344) for 160 acres of land issued
by tbe Com. of Pensions to tbe widow and heirs of
William Devinney. and by them trans re red to one
John Pierce, and by bim to John Augbey, in bis
me. terms oi Bale one tnira cam in nana, ons
tbird in one year, and the balance iu two years
from sale, with-interest and approve -ecurity.
Adm'r of John AuWiev. dee'd.
. W. Smrsi, Atfy for Pttr. "
uem. eta, ISM. 3 wis
RESPECTFULLY begs leave to make his bow again to tho goods-buying pnblicj end an
nounces that he has just received the largest, cheapett and bttt selected ..
Sf 06K OP Mffi AND WINTER GOODS,
that has or will be brought to Ashland this fall. Tins he states as a fact, and challenges a c- rn
p.irison. It excells all his former purchases, and is bound to be the
A large portion of the stock will be sold THIRTY-THREE PER CENT CHEAPER than the
same Goods have ever been sold in this market betore.
LADi'S' DSPARTMEWT I
In this department we have concentrated all our taste and energy, to procure an assortment
ef DRESS GOODS worthy the attention and co mendation of tho better-half ol '. cstion
Y4M vt r, rTti i M r mn mtritif 11 Ii mui. Imnn hi h lii itm dl.l-iv.l. imiiiIu aUKA. filT the
assortment and cheaoness of the Goods, than aiivthinir wo cn say. We hive ia the lino of
DRESS GOODS, Morenoes and Paramelhas, Irom 2S cts. to $ 1 ,00 per yard; plain - all-wool
Delaiue, of every color, Irom 33 to 50 cts. per yard , Muslin Delaines, latest styles, at prices
from 20 to 33 percent, bulow last year's prices a large assortment ol all-wool Moreno, Par
ametha, silk and French I'luids ; from 37 to 87 cts. per yard : an exteusive assortment of fig
ured, chansresble and plain blnck silks, at much less prices than they have ever been snld in
this market : Auction prices not excepted ; a complete assortment of Velvet and Galloon Dress
. . - . . - i 1 - l 1 1 tl 1.1 E AT II -. ...
1 rimmings , a great variety or cmoroiaeries, uiuvw, nm.cij, muuuu,, ui uuuusu
have Silk Velvet, Silk, Satin and English Slrows of all kinds and qualities. As to
Our stock cannot be excelled either in quality or price: In short, ladier, we have never pre
sented a finer assortment to tba public, and earnestly invite yonr attention to it.
We have also endeavored to meet tbe wants of the " Lords ot I reatmn, large and small
in every respect. We have a large assortment of English, French and American Broadcloth,
Cassimcrcs, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Vestings REAUY-M ADS-CLOTHING ! - -
A larize assortment of HA TS and CAPS or the latest styles, and wil. sell them at pricos
enasually low. Also, a good assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, TAILOR'S THIAlLGS,
tec, Ice. Gentlemen give ua a call before purchasing elsewhere.
We have also a splendid assortment of QUJXSryAK& and CROCKERY, HARDWARE,
GROCERIES, Yankee Notions. '
lie, &:c- Men and Women of Aahiand eounty, this mamoMh stock of Goods must be sold, and
you that wish great bargians must cull soon. We don't ask yon to believe our aay so about it,
but call and see for joarselves, and you will find that " lo 1 the half has not been told you ! "
The Emporium is now crowded every day in the week, and more are turned empty away.
Come one, come all. sVrAI kinds of PRODUCE taken in exchange for Goods, at tho highest
market price. . Ashland, October 4, 1854. IStf -
THE JEWS AHEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS !
- ANOTHER IMMENSE ARRIVAL. OF
MI SC E L.L A N fc'QUS.
WHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW.
Every woman should know that if she is In poor, sickly,
dsbllitateit'conditlon of health, making existence a burden
te tasrseCr and a source of painful anxiety to her retail
and friends, and perhaps, (horrible rt lection I) entaillxur
and Inflicting her own maladies and safferingt upon hr
ebslftren, that It Is ber duty to understand why and from
stbat cause ber sufferings arise, that remedy and reBef
may, while yt there is time, be availed of, tbs ean
avoided in future, and ber h'ealth restored, that sbe may
be fitted for tiie duties and capable of the enjoyments of
Let etery woman look at the emaciated form, the death.
tike complexion, the deep-buried, lustreless eye, tbe sunk
en cheek, the gloomy and depressed spirits, the shattered
nerves, the prostrate and helpless condition of many a
wire, mother, daughter, or sister, if not herself Included,
within her own cirde, whose days ars days of agony, and
ask herself, " Miut this continue t Must this ber Is
there no remedy? No relief f Nobopef"
Tbe remedy is by knowing the causes and avoiding
tbem, and knowing the remedies and benefiting by then
These are pointed oat in . - - -
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
- BY DR. A. M. HAUmCEAfJ,
raorasaoa or stsaisss or woxonr. ."
One KwtdredO. KdiUon (900,000). lSeso., pp. tfiO.
pa won rxrE, xxraa BDrsrao, $1 00-
very complaint to which a woman ia subject, n-om
hood to womanhood, as also as wife and as moth er ' '
ly described, with the causes, the symptoms, and
per mode of treatment, in a plain, simple, bnt in tl..
chaste language, easily understood. And thus every -
man can discover, by comparing her own symptoms with
those described, the nature, character, and causes of her
complaint; and be spared much anxiety and suffering.
The wife about becoming, a mother baa often need of
Instruction and advice or the utmost Importance to her
future health. In respect to which her sensitiveness for
bids consulting a medical gentleman, will find such In
struction and advice, and-' also explain many symptoms
which otherwise would occasion anxiety or alarm.
How many are suffering from obstructions or Irreirul art-
ties peculiar to the female system, which undermine the
health, the effects ot which they are Ignorant, and for
wbieh their delicacy forbids seeking medical advice f How'
many suffer from prolapsus uteri (falling of tbe wombV
orfromjfoor a&us(weakness,debility, 4c)f Bow many
are in constant agony for many a intlu preceding: confine.
mentf How many have difficult, if not dangerous deliv
eries, and slow and uncertain recoveries? Some whose
lives are hazarded during such time, will each find In its
pages tbe means of prevention, amelioration and relief. '
How many bitter moments, how much ananish. mirht
have been spared to the sufferer, to her husband, to. her.
relatives, by the timely possession of this little volume.
It is impracticable to convey fully the various subieets
treated of, as they are of a nature strictly intended for
me married, or those contemplating marriaffe.
But no husband, wife or mother are excnaable If th
SUU continue in Ignorance of those physiological laws, by
the knowledge of which their own health and hannlnem.
a aiso uic luiure wen-oeing oi mew children, are secured.
"THE UAKRIED WOMAN'S PBIVATB MEDICAL
COMPANION " is a standard work of established repute,
tion, found classed in the catalogues of the great trade
sales In New York, Philadelphia, and other cities, and
sold by all tbe principal booksellers In the United Stats.
It was first published in 1S47, since which time
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND COPIES
have been sold, of which there were upwards of
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND SENT BT MAIL,
attesting the high estimation in which It is hsld as a relia
ble popular Medical
BOOK FOR EVERY FEMALE;
the author having devoted his exclusive attention to the
treatment of complaints peculiar to females, In respect te
which he Is yearly consulted by thousands. . .
In consequence of the universal popularity of the work,
as evidenced by Its extraordinary sale, various impost.
Uons have been attempted by Imitations of title-page, fl pa
rlous editions, and surreptitioua uiningements of copy
right, aa weB upon booksellers as upon the public ; it has
been found necessary, therefore, to
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless the words u Dr. A. M. Madkicxau,
I29 Liberty street, K. Yn" are on 'the title-page, and the
entry in the'Clerk's Office on the back of the title-page ;
and buy only of respectable asfci honorable dealers, or
send by mail, and address to Dr. A. M. Mauriceau.
Upon receipt of One Dollar " THE MAR
RIED WOMAN'S PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPAN
ION" ia sent (mailed free) to any part of the United
States, the) Canada and British Provinces. All
letter must be postpaid, and addressed to Dr. A. M.
MAUBJCEAU, Box 1224, Hew York City. Pub.
Ashing Office, No. 129 Liberty Street, Hew York.
SHERIFF'S SALES, &C.
C. Countrjmaii,-, 1 " "
vs. TwPATrronf isr AsHiawb
D Cunntrjinnn et al " Commit Pxui ' J
JDURSUAN T to the command uf an order of
i sale duly iKiiHl in the shove case from
the court ol' common Pleas of s iid County and
Slate of'Ohio to me directed I will erpnee to
Public sale nt the df or of the court house in
snid county , on -i , - ..
Monday, the M2d day of January,
A. D. 1855 betwsrn' the hours of ten d'eloek
A. sc. and tour o'clock p. at. nf said day the fol
lowing described real estate situate and heirg
in the county of Ashland and State nfOWo to
wit: The North West qnarter of section num
ber twenty in township number twenty two,
of Range number fifteen, being isPerry Town
ship? in said ciunty, containing one hundred
and sixty ncres of ltnd, to be sold subject to the
dower Cktale heretofore assigned to Rosnnaah
Countryman widow -of Peter Countryman, de
ceased, snid dow er is the one third of the rents,
and promts of said real ent.nte, valued at thirty
dollars per yenr payable .inaally on the 3d day
of May ol each year and so from year to year
during ber u.'e time.
Terms of sale, one third cash on the day o
saie, one tniru in one yenr and one ttiird i
two years from the day of sole with interest
on the two last- payments from the day
sale; defered payments to be secured by mort
gage on the premises. Said real e-tate was
appraised at the earn of four thousand dollars
subject to said dower estate.
J. D. JONES, Sheriff.
December 13ih, 1S54. . c29ts pf $4,67
AMERICAN ; AliTlSTS' UNIOTir
. The AkEBicAH AartsTS L'mor, would -re
spectfully announce lo the citizens f the-Wirt'
l .711 BKIvm 'IH I
out the ecu
every family to become pCfssed.of a gallery
announce to tne citizens wr tnir-uiri'
anu th, jppnadas, that for the purpose
dag. a uite tjir.the fine arts through
iuntry, anTl -ith a "view of enabling '
ApESTS E.'Jt. Newman, Norwalk.O.; XV. B.
Earl, J'lsssillon, O.; A. -Hinckman, Salem ; John
Xaxton, Canton I D. Lamb, Findlay, O. i Geo. Hall;
Ashtabula, O.; John Perkins, Athens; S. A. per,
October lh, 1854. 6m91
-;M HAVE A HAT, SIR ?
,NOW AKBIVING AT THE
ASHLAND HAT STORE !
A immense assortment ol uew
HATS AND CAPS!
T virtue of a Fi. fa. in fiiv'or of Lack San
1 i burn and wife vs J. C. Moltrio and W
ii.nu a neon ana an orasr ot sale wherein U rn
D. Ewalt is plnintilf and said M Itnp and ean.
i irsoo are acienuants botb writs duly issue
from the Cnut of Common flensof Ashlan
County and Stale of Oliio to me directed 1 wil
eipose to public Sale at the door of the Court
House in said county, on.
Monday, the 22d dull of January,
D. 1855 between the hours ol ten s'clock
orenoon and four oclock in the afternoon o
said day the following described real estate
situate snd being in said County of Ashland
to wit: The south half of lot -number one and
the south half oflot number two in the original
plat of the t-iwn of Loudonville in said county
tog- tucr wirn foundry, tinshop, Wowshop and
Shed, one Knsine, lioiler Kan, aud Cupala ap
praised at $ 11:20,110. I will nlao expose to sale
by virtue ol said writ at the premises of said
delenoante in snid county, on
Saturday, the 10th day of January,
A. D. 185 between the hours often o'clock
A. m. and four o'clock r. at. ol said day, the M
lowing described goods and chatties to wit:
One Turning Lath, one Purler f live Patorn,
one I en plate Move patern, two Dutch Puw
patterns, one large Cenldron, one pair of Scales,
one Clinton Air tight Stove pattern, number
4 premium anu nasi, JNumber4 box Stove
do. do. two Kettle patterns, Five Plow Flasks,
one Iron Lathe ami Iron Frame, one pair of
scales no z, one Blacking Mill and one large
Terms of sale cash . '
J. D. JONES, Sheriff.
December 13, 1850. r. 39itpf$4,S7
In Partition " .
tn -Ashland Common pleas,
Jacob Goou et. al,
Mary G.ion el
lUif-UArtl to tne command ol an order oi
f sale, duly issued in the above case from
tne Court ol'Common Pleas oi said County and
State of Ohio, to me directed, 1 will expoee to
pnoiic sale at tne door ot tue uourt House, in
said county, on .
Monday, ife 22d day of January,
A. D. 1855, between the hours often o'clock.
A.M. and fourT.'clock P.M.. ol said day, the
following described Rea. Estate, situate and
being in the county ot Ashland and Mate of
Ohio, to wit: Tbe south west quarter of sec
tion seven, f 7 J township nineteen, (1-0) and ol
range sixteen, (16) containing one hundred and
eight acres, more or less, to be sold subject to
tne aower estate neretoture assigned to Jve
Goon, widow ofjacob Goon, deceased. Terms
of sale, one third cash on the day of sale, one
third in one year and one third in two years
from the day of sale with interest on the two
last payments, to be secured by mortgage on
the premises, appraised at two thousand, seven
hundred dollars, ($1,700) subject to said dower
estate. . JOHN D. JONES, .
Sheriff of Ashland County.
December IS, 1854. . 39ts-pf $4,12,
for thimmer season, uf foreign
and domestic manufacture, con
sisting of a large variety ot
- SILK HATS! -
from 82 to $5; Kossuth Hats from 60 cts. to
$2,50 ; Miryar Hats, from U to f 3 ; Otter
Hats, from $2 to (3.50; a large assortment of
considered the most tasty, comfortable and dur
able summe Hatr tin in use, tramf2 to (3,
50;Leghoriij from 75 to $1,25; hJe'r Hats
from $3,50 to So. Also a complete assortment
CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
Also, an endless variety of Men's and Boy's
and all kinds of Children's Hats. It would be
useless to attempt to enumerate the entire
stock, as it is admitted on all hands to be the
largest and Lest- selected stock of hats, ever
brought to Ashland County. The subscriber
respectfully requests the public to call and
examine nis siock, wnetner tney ouy or not.
SHERIFF'S SALE. - '
dcon R. Bowker, - T - v -
vs ..(" Ik
Leroy ('. Wilcox. V AsULAirr) Common
.' and j i'LEASi .
nportTA HardrikAl' J
TiURSUANT to tho r"rimand of an ordfef of
I sale issued in the above '-a Be from tbe Coon
nf Common Pleas of said county J" e directed
I will expose at Publ.e Sale, at the Jdor of the
Court Houe, in said county, on
Monday, the 22d day of January, .
A. D.,1855, between tho hours of ten o'clock,
A. M., and four o'clock P. M., ofsaid day, the
following described Real Estate, to wit : Re
ins; the same on which the Steam' Saw Mill is
situated, to wit: Forty acres of land, situate in
tba south-west corner tnot including village
lots J oflot number thirty-two in the Granger
tract, i." the township of 'I roy, Ashland county,
Ohio, oh which thi- steusa biw mill now stands
and enclosing said niili,'wk.u,all the privileges
pertaining thereunto. There 'is contained in
said land, exclusive of said Tillage lots, ten
acres, more or less, appraised at one thousand
three hundred and seventy-live dollars. Terms
of sale Cash. JOHN D. JONES, ..
y" " -A Sheriff of Ashland County.
Die. iter 13, 1S64. 29ts-pf" $4,1:2
t-.J ' - ''
; , By The. First -' -rtisls of tie jS
They have determined, in . order to create a
extensive saiu for liifir . f.ngrsvinga, and thus
not only igive employ ntent to a large namberuf
artists and others, but inspire among our coun
trymen a tasto for work nf art, Jo present to ,
the purchasers of their euiavings, when 850,
0dO of which are 61di" r "'
20O-,CCO CI1TP, ef tie nrttial cose ef
',' lfclr-JtM, ' ' '
Each purchaser 61 a One Dollar. En? raf ing','". '
therefore, receives not only an vnraving rich i
ly worth the money, but alaoa ticket, wtiicb en--7
titles him to une of. the .Gilts v-hen they are:
distributed. , . ", " ' " ' '. ' '
For Kite luar?, hrrthjy nrilSrl Eitgra !
Ving, beautitblly Painted in Oil, and Five Girr
TtcKEtst;.'!! be sent for FIVK DOLLARS?.,
worth el yjilendid Engravings can be selected '
from the Catalogue, and tent by return mail or
Fjr each Dollar sent, an Engraving actually
tcrlh tk-v .: nnia Gift Ticket, spill be im
mediately be uncorded.. . .
The ComrSklce believing thai the success (
this Great National Undertaking will be- mate- '
riajly promoted by the energy and enterprise ef
intelligent and perse-ering Agents, have reSoj- '
ved to treat vvith snch on the most liberal terms!
Any peison wishing to become sn Agent, bf '
sending (post paid,) 61, will receive ST bb -J
tubs -of saul, a One imlU r lingrsving, aGift
Ticket, a Frospectus, a Catalogue and all olh- ,
er necessary inlbrmation. ' I '
on the final completion ol tne sale, the G:fi.
will be placed in the hands of a. Committee of
the Purchasers to he Distributed, due notice 0
which will be fiven throughout tbe United ;
Slates and the Canadas. ? - - ' ' - -
LIST OF GIFTS.' ': '
100 Marble busts bX Washing-1 "''
ton, at 1 .4,,- . - 9100
press. . . : . . .- - . .- , , :
A copy of the Cuii'vgne . ir-p-ptlie with .
fcin""! rr.'..ne bf fhe ugravmgs, ean be
ew St tJA .'fcVa ' this paper.
10 Marble bUHUoi'CJay,at. , , l'0
100 1 ; ." .- Webter,ot ... .100 -i
100 " Calhocp, at ' 100" ,,
60 elegant Oii Paintings, in' - ''
splendid gi't Irames, 1
s.se 3i4 It. each...... , 100
100 ei.eg.mt Oil Paintings, 2x2'
teet eacl i... '. 00
600 steel plain Kngraviugii, -
brilliantly colored in
oil, rich g'it frames
2430in each......... - .10 "
10,000 elegant steel plate 0. - ,
gruvmgs, colored 10 aUf
ol the W ashinglon Won -ument,
20x26 in ea.. . .
237,000 steel - plate eefrsv' '
vings, from. 10U Oittsr- -, .
- tut plat s now in pos
session of and owned by".
, ' the Artists Union, ol '
the maiket valueoffrom
, 60ets. lo 1 each,. ...
1 6rst class Dwelling, in 3st -.
St., N. Y. City, '
22 Building Lots in 100 aad .
lOlstsis., . y. MAjf. -
each 25x100 ft. deep, at 1,000 ' COOO"1
100 Villa Rites, containing -
.- each 10,000 so, ibet ia - '. -. -'-
the nuburbsolN. Y. Ci-. . . .. ; , - ,
ty, and commanding a . ' ------
magnificent view of the' '" ''
. . Hudson Riverand Long i - : . . r--
Island Sound, at...... . -600 ... 60,000
20 perpetual loans of cash, . M
' without interest, or se- 1
curltv, offciiOeach,.. .,-' '. 6, 00
50 perpetual loans of cash, . ,. ,
without interest, or se- . -
curity of 100 each,.. - 6,000
100 perpetual loans ol cash, , , i
wittiout interest, or se
curity, of $50 each.... : ' ': ' tM9
260 perpetual - loans of cfcsh . - .
without interest or seen
rity of 620 each , " 6,000
:,000 perpetual loans of cash ' " '
witnout interest orse-
curity of $5 each...... 10,000
Reference in regard to the. Real Kstate, F.
VisscBEX & Co., Real Estate Brokers, New
York. Orders (post paid) with money enclosed -to
be addressed, J. W. HOLBROOKE, . . .
ec'y, OUo Broadway, IM, I,
&3rThe Engravings in the Catalogue are now
eady for delivery. ' . . 6mo24 -..'
Philadelphia Clothing and Furnishing Depot! !
'liHE proprietor or this extensive establishment beg leave to announce to the public that
tney are now receiving at tticir old stand in Ashland, the largest and best selected stock ot
which they or any body else have ever brought to Ashland county. Their spacious store room
is piieo iuii 01 tTvous. i e can new suppiv nan 01 cne count. we can nt tho amMi mnA
smallesl-the shortest and tallest the thickest and thinest the fattest and leanest specimen
of naked humanity that stands in need of our friendly aid. We can sell Overcoats at from J
to $18 ; Dress Coats at from $6 to $25 ; Vests at from 75 cts. to $10; Pantaloons at from $1,
25 to $10. - We have every description of clothing frum the coursest domestic fabrics to the
finest brodcloths, silks and satins. . Our stock ot
consisting ot Miirts, toiian, urmvais. wrappers, Unwert, Handkeixhief. &c. is aaaaoallT
1 . :n .1... ; ,u... t . ' '
t a 1 o. s iid ;uu tiu i m uvea t i is u mu uii wa rw (1 1 cptsvreu id a o
CUSTOM WORK! 1 ;
10 oraer, on in inonnn nonce. - wo nave a large oumoar oLfioiabed work Tien in our amnio
bhu our irwgg i icmwmutu 10 oe uu- oi wic ut,. jiot tne best-, in town Am v
nave iuii uruuoui ui uiumiun umu, wnign cm oe nag ai me DQrcbftMi'i M,vn ntinas. u
puwisfs viflnui tan iu us iiubiicu. iici it, Ufa oidiiuciij uiiaersiooa laai we -r
nd challenge a comparison either tn beauty or quality of goode, extensivenesa of ihn
ment.ore cheapness in price, w e uo ousiness upon tne principle that a nimble sixDen
slow shilling." and, consequently can sell eurgoodsat CASH PRICES, which
our competitors cannot afford to do.
Wailack st Comn, Asbland, Ohio.
Store opposite Skilling Sr. Burns', and next door to
. uci. in, .ioo.ritt
1EW BOOK STORE!
WISHES to Inform the citisens of Ashland and
adioininc counties, that he baa just received
and will keep constantly on band, tbe largest and
best assortment of
Books, tationery, Inks, Wall Paper,
Ac, Ter before offered to the public in tbla parr
of tbe country. ...
He baa taken tne room formerly occupied by tbe
Banking House of Lutber. CratLdc Co.. and directly
Ha vin ii purcbaaed hia Sfck directly from Pub
liahera at caab pricea, and holding a connection
with an extensive Publishing House in New York
City. He feels warranted in saying, tbat be ex
pects to distance aU competition.
His atock will consist in part of all tbe Tart out
School Books now in use, tbe choiaeat standard
all the recent pusltcations. Bibles of all sices, dls-
Tlpnons and prices, a wellaelectsu assortment of
nas, in tact, everrtninc usually louuu in Hook.
Particular attention is called to tbe 8tatioi.erv
'Wall-Paper Departments. The subscriber has no
reeilatien in saying that be can give tbe most on.
alloyed satisfaction to those who are in want of
Paper, .envelopes, Blen.-Books, Memorandums,
ass-tsooks. Diaries. Wall-Paper, Inks. ink-Stands.
or anything of the kind.
Lawyers and business men, in particular, are
invited to call and examine tbe quality and prices
of goods they may be in need of.
n. JJ. Trade supplied at Cleveland Wholesale
.APOlana, nor. sm, isaf. wtf
(NEXT DOOIl TO THE POST OFFICE.)
rpHE subscriber would say to the pnblie that
jc " "an on nana tne largest stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES!
in Asbland County, embracing every variety or
style and size, from the most tiny inlant op to
the greatest giant's foot in tbe land. Also
lrunks, larpet Bags, Umbrellas, Hats, Caps.
and findings, Lining, Binding, and Morocco
Skins, Pegs. Thread. Lsits. DnmT.... p.. u
vvnens, ete.f fpanish Sole Leather, Harness,
Upper Calf, and Kipakin Leather, Oak Tan,
Sole, etc., all of which is offering for sale at
prices to suit the times. Thankful to a gener
ous public for the very laigo and liberal pa
tronage hitherto, received, a continuance, ot
the same is solicited from his numerous old and
new easterners and friends.
' WILLIAM f ASSOK. .
The subscriber continues tbe Tanning busi
ness at his eld stand, . where aay quantity of
Hidis will be purchased, and Leather con.
stanlly oa band and (or sale. '
, - WASSON fc 8LOANE.
Asblaad, Nov. I, 18o4 3m33
The subscriber will pay cash for any quanli
ty of Sheep Pelts, delivered at his Store, op
posite the 'ranhn House, and one door East
ol the Post Olnce, Ashland, Ohio. -
1 Ashland, April 19th, 1864. n48tf
. J00KS AND STATIONERY ! .
D- Stur-j -s B-iukieller, Stationer, &c.
TT as just received a largo and splendid assort-
BOOKS, AMERICAN AND FOREIGN, STAPLK
AKJ) FAKCY 6TAHONEKY.
Tbe new additions now made to his already
.Large Stock, enables lnmto nil any orders witb
which his patdions msfTSvor bim, and upon the
aaT or Terxs. He has also, just completed ar
rangements for receiving uew ajia vaiuaoio punii
cations ss soon as uublished.
Among bis fine stock of Stationery just opened
will be fonnd all tbe new styles of While and
Blue Letter, Cap Bath Post, plain and gilt e'ge,
Folio Padt. Commercial Mote and Bill Cap Papers.
Also, the new style of .tinted Bufl and damask
ote and Letter Papers, witb envelopes to match ;
Envelopes of all style s. Buff, White and Fancy ,
Huff tinted and plain Visitine Cards : Kote Lirafts,
Copying Books, Copying Passes, PortfolloBankers
Cases, post umice ana mil neaa Boxes, u- i al
enders. Gold and Steel Peus, (luilis. Writing Fluid
Carmine Inks, Ink Stands of all kinds, Peqrils
Seals, wax. waters, fancy weients.-Letter and
Bill Clip letter stamps, ivOTy Folders, Writing
Pads, rllotlin rails, inn erasures, una noxes, etc
dec. . Also a fine Stock of Cutlery, from ibe best
- Blank Booki.
Day Books, Journals, Ledgers, Cash Books, full
or halfbound and made of the best linen paper.
Time Books. Pass riooks. Aiemorandum riooKS,
Uiai'ics die. Src. Every descriptiou Blank Work
made to order.
Wrapping Paper and Twine, white and Gray
Bonnet Boards, etc, etc.
Law, IMedical find School Books.
' He has now a complete stock of Law, Medical,
Theological. ficbool and Standard Literaty Books,
which he oners at very tow pricea. Also, a very
targe assortment ol -
Window Curtains, Borders Fire Board Views, dec
JTJT'To this and adjoining County Merchsnts be
would add that he is now prepared to fill orders
for BooK and Statiorery at tbe lowest rates, and
on good terms.
V. BL UKUJliS.
Mansfield, Nov. SO. 1854. 7m27
Guardian's Kale of Heal Kstate. .
NOTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance
of an order of sale to me directed from
the Probate Court of Asbland Countv, Ohio,
made at the November Term thereof, A. D.,
18S4, 1 will offer for sale, on the premises in
Lafayette, Richland County, Ohio, on Satur
day, the 4 3d day of December, 1854, the fol
lowing described premises, to wit a Being lot
number twenty-four (24,) in the village of La
fayette , Richland Couaty, Ohio, with the privi
leges and appurtenances thereunto belonging,
subject to the dower Estate of Amy Church,
on said premises. Terms of Sale one half
cash, in hand, one half in one year from day
ot sale. Socnred by mortgage on the premi
ses with interest thereon from day of ssle.
- AMY CHURCH, Guardian
Kelloco tt Aixisotr, for Pet'r,
! Nov. 22, 1S54. 4w26
Try C. TICKNOR has removed to the store
Is. room directly nnder the Shield & Ban
ner office, where he is opening and offering fur
sale, at the very lowest prices, and extensive as
ENTIRELY NEW BOOKS,
..MUSIC, BLANK BOOKS,
WALL PAPI. R, CUTLERY,
FAPER MACHIA GOODS,
. PORT MONAIES,
and a variety of other fancy articles, selected
with care in the Eastern markets'.! He respect
fully solicits the patronage of the people, and
hopes by strict attention toi business, to give
satisfaction to hit old friends and customers
generally. . '''.""
N. B.- Tbe public are warned not to be de
ceived or misled by finding our name attached
tq any other establishment in town.
Mansbeld, Nor. 10, 1B04. xu
WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, 'Post Of.
ace Huildinr. Main street. Ashland.
Ohio, ito Id and Steel Pens, and a choice
varitHy of Jewelry, kept consantlvoa
November 86, 1833. 3tf.
Executor's Sale of JKoal Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given, that in pursuance
of an order ot Sale directed to us from
the Probate Court of Ashland County, Ohio,
made at the November Term thereof, 1854,
we will offer for sale on the premises the lol
lowing described Real Estate, to wit: apart
ol the north-west qnarter ot section seventeen
(17) Township number twenty-two (32,) Range
number sixteen (lb,) containing one and one
fourth acre of land more ro less with the Drivi
leges and appurtenances thereunto belong
ing, being known as the Arthur Saw Mill prop
erty, on Saturday the 23d day of December next,
between the hours ol IU o'clock, A. al. and
4 o'clock P. M. of said day. Termaof Sale
one third cash, one third in nine months, and
one third in two years. Back payments to be
secured bv martgige on the premises, with
interest on same from day of sale.
THOMA.N L. A RTH UK, and
MARGARET ARTHUR, ,
Executors of the Estate of H. Arthur, dee'd.
Kelloco & Allison, Att'y for Pet'r.
Nov. 22,1854. 4w26
FARM FOB SALE.
THE undersigned will sell his tract of land, one
mile north of Jeromeville. Asbland sjodnty, 7
miles from Ashland, contain Ing seventy acres about
twenty-five acres cleared, and tbe balance of the
best quality of Umber. For further partir.ulara call
on the substriber at bis office in Jeromevilie.
Hov.xt, 1851. J. P. COWAN.
-a says, liiu."nj.ix Insinfiuiinisi
MOTIONS, &C, Ac. -
INFORMS his numerous customers that be
has just received a large stock of all kinds
ot Groceries and Conlcctionarics ; a splendid
variety of Toys and Notions of all kinds,
Musical Instruments, &c, &c.
In his SALOON he has made arrangmenis'for
a constant supply of Baltimore and New Hsven
OYSTERS, Game of all kinds Sardines, Pick
led Meats and the delicacies of the seaaon.
Lunch served at all hours on foe shortest no
tice. Constautly on hand a variety ef Temper
ance drinka. .-'--. ' J' ;
Thankful lor past patronage, he ia d-termin-
ed to spare neither pains or expense in eater-
ng- tor the wants of those whe lever him with
Aahiand, Oct. 4th, 1854. , . . n!9tf
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