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THE ASHLAND UNION
Row blest tb Parmer's simpl Ufa
Far from th noiaa of th City's strife.
KOBE FACTS FOR FARMERS.
It is a fact that all domestio animals
can be improved in size and value. One
hundred and fifty years ago, the average
weignt oi tne cattle at the omithfield
Market was Dot over 370 pounds, and
that of sheep 23 pounds. Now the av
erage weight of the former is over 800
pounds, and of the latter 80 pounds.
The average weight of cattle, proper
ly termed beeves in the New York
market, is about 700 pounds and sheep
The average live weight of the heavi
est drove of beeves of 100 in number
ever brought to this market was 2, 067
pounds, weighed' from dry feeding, in
Illinois, last spring.
The mode of selling cattle in - New
York is at so much per pound for the es
timated weight of - meat contained in
four quarters. The estimation is made
upon the live weight of cattle as fol
lows: A drover buying a lot of grass fed,
common stock in Illinois should never
calculate to get an estimate of over one
half here of the light weight there.
This is, if the drove average 12 cwt.
they will make 6 cwt. of meat each.
Medium beeves may be estimated at
54 or 55 pounds per cwt. Good beeves
at 56 or 57 pounds. Extra good large,
and fat from 58 to 62 pounds per cwt.
In the Boston market the weight is
generally estimated at " five quarters,"
that is, the product of meat, fat, and
skin. There cattle are generally weigh
ea, and the product estimated upon an
average, 64 pounds per cwt.
In New York not one bullock in ten
thousand goes upon the scales to deter
mine his price to the butcher.
It is a fact that -cattle of a large breed
. or variety are the most valuable for the
grazier who feeds for beef. It is doubt-
ful whether this rule will hold good
with poultry. Dorking fowls are of me
dium size and a much esteemed variety.
Ihcy have five toes.
Wheat im California has been grown
at the rate of sixty-six and two tiird
. -bushels, of 60 pounds, per acre. That
s more than three times the average of
the Atlantic States, and higher than we
-have ever known grown upon the best
wheat fields of the old States, or fertile
lands of western prairies.
Posts should always set top end down.
They will last twice as long. Put six
inches of broken stone at the bet torn of
Locust tree ma'ke most valuable tim
ber, and grow quick and easy from the
seed, if it be scalded with boiling water
or, ley and then planted as you would
beets and onions, and the plants ere
about as certain as those vegetables to
-live when transplanted.
Salt applied at the rate cf four quarts
to a ton of hay will add materially in its
preservation, and make it more nutri
tious and wholesome feed for stock, and
-is juct about the amount usually fed by
a goodLfarmer to an ox while eating that
quantity of hay.
Composition roofs are cheaper than
tin, better than shingles, are perfectly
tight, and almost fire proof agarnst
sparks, when made as follows :
Sheet the rafters with close boarding
up and down. Cover with felting paper
laying the sheets to break joints, with
one third exposed, just as you would
courses to the boards by nailing thin
strips of lath, and also upon the eaves,
-sides and all exposed edges. The whole
is now covered by the " composition,"
which we believe is just such as caulkers
use, that is boilng pitch It saturates
the paper and sticks the sheets together
- and to the boards. A fast as-one man
puts on pitch enough, another must cov
er it with clean gravel, dried byheat-
- rag in a very hot sun, or in an iron pas
over the fire. - Make a complete gravel
surface in the hot pitch, and your roof
win De tight and durable.
It is a fact that king birds do eat
bees. That is settled. And it isal
moat indisputably settled that the birds
never toueh a working bee. They pick
out the drones and destroy them, as all
drones should be. These-are beautiful
birds, and should never be destroyed,
because they are both ornamental and
useful to the farmstead.
Wheat sown in drills will - yield ten
per cent, more than broadcast sowing,
and it requires one fourth less seed.
That wheat seed will produce chess, is
just about as clear as that the earth is
globular, notwithstanding science Uld
Gallso " it ean not be so." It says the
- same of chess.
y The Fbuit Tease The peach trado
to the Canadaa and eastern cities has as
sumed an importance of late years, sec--ond
only to the apple trdae. A city pa
per states that over twenty-six thousand
baskets of peaches have been shipped at
the port of Charlotte alone ; and judging
from observation, we should presume
that an equal number had been forward
ed east. This would make an aggregate
-of over 50,000 baskets.
The fruit trade in this vicinity is in--creasing
every year in value and impor
tance, and the prices for good fruit were
perhaps never more remunerative.
Prom data furnished by a fruit dealer,
we estimate that about sixty thousand
barrels of apple s were shipped . to the
eastern markets last season by canal an d
railroad; and from present apearance in
our markets, the amount will be largely
exceded the -present season. Dealers
are paying from one dollar and twen y
five cents to one dollar and fifty ce nts
per barrel for fair winter fruit barr els
included whioh, at twenty-five cents
each makes the price per 'bushel from
thirty-seven and- a half cents to fifty
- cents per busheL One gentleman vfho
has a farm in Qreeoe has gathered sev
enty bushels of apples from three trees;
' being early fruit, - he received nearly
forty doilrrs as the avails of the pro
ducts of those three trees. There is no
, fear of glutting the market. Tbe use
in creases with the supply, and five-fold
mors fruit might be consumed by our
frrpiiiflu on the score of health and econ
omy than is at present we are speaking
of good fruit-only j for it will not pay
to bring a poor article to market.
It takes as much time, labor and ex
pense to bring a tree growing poor fruit
into bearing as it does its opposite ; but
there-is great differance in the a lti
mate profit see to it then that you cul
tivafce only the best. Gen. Farmer.
WHO WILL MAKE A GOOD WIFE.
When you see a young woman who ri
ses early, sets the table and prepares her
father's breakfast cheerfully depend
upon it she will make a good wife
You may rely upon it that she possesses
a good disposition and a kind heart.
When you see a young woman just out
the table gasping and sighing, " Oh
how dreadfully I feel," rely upon she
will not make a good wife. She must
be lazv and mopish.
When you Bee a girl with a broom in
her hands sweeping the floor, with a rub
bing poard or a clothes-liue in her hand,
you may put it down that she is indus
trious and will make a very good wife
When you 6ee a girl with novel in her
left hand, and a fan in the right, shed
ding tears, you may be sure she is unfit
for a wife. Happiness and misery are
before you which will you choose i
Man .Born tj Jjaboe. Man was
born to labor, and is so organized that
he cannot be happy or healthy, without
some steady occupation. And if labor
and occupation are necessary to the
healthy state, how much more necessary
must they be to a mind diseased i
Half the crimes committed against so
ciety originate " in men
how to employ their faculties in some
useful pursuit. Solitary confinement
connot remedy the evil, and leaves the
convict, after he has served his time as
holpless as before.
Kino Kammehamha The King of
the Sandwich Islands has got anew
cloak, and no European despot has got a
better or more costly one. It has cost
about a million of dollars. There is
good deal of " fuss and feathers "
aboui it, for a considerable portion of it
is made of rare feathers, procured from
birds difficult to catch, and which have
each of them oa'y two feathers of the
kind. The cost of procuring the feath
ers is nearly half a doll: r each, and it
takes a vast quantity to make such a
cloak. If the Sandwich Islands are an
nexed to the United States, to whom
will that cloak belong i
Obligations of an Oath. The late
Mr. Bash used to tell this story of a
brother barrister : As the coach was
about starting before breakfast, the
modest limb of the law approached the
landlady, a pretty quakeress who was
near to the fire, and said he could not
think of going without giving her a kiss.
" Friend ," said she, " thee must not do
it !" " Oh, by heaven I will !" replied
the barrister. "Well, friend, as thou
hast sworn, thee may do it, bat the mast
not make a practice of it !
22" Eight of the orizional thirteen
States have appropriated the prescribed
quota of money for the erection of a
monument to the signers of the Declar
ation of Independence, in the old State
Eonse Square in Philadelphia. Dela
ware, Maryland, the two Carolina . and
Virginia have as yet taken no action in
the matter, and it is not at all imposs
ible that the aid of Virginia will be
withheld for want of constitutional au
thority to unite in such a work. A
State that cannot crive thanks to the
Supreme Ruler for his many mercies,
because the Constitution does not pre
scribe religious thankfullnes, can "hardly
be expected to venerate the .Revolution
ary fathers unless the organic law re
quires it. -
The Official Canvass of New York.
-The official vote of the whole State
has at last been received at Albany,
and Myron H. Clark Las a majority of
three hundred and nineteen. Of the
defective ballots, three hundred and five !
were intended for Gov, Seymour, and
one hundred arret thirtv-six for Mr.
Clark, so that if their wereall counted,
the latter would still have a majority
of one hundred and fifty over the form
To Make Hard Ginsek-beeavj
Take two Cups of molasses or sugar ; t vri
thirds cup, of butter ; one-half cup fj
milk : four eggs : one and a half table-
spoonful of ginger ; salaeratus : flour
enough to roll.
The; Union is published every Wednesday
morning in tbe town of Ashland, Ashland co.
BY JNO. SHERIDAN,
office on Mais St., over R. McMahan's Store.
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Hiring just purchased a supeib new press,
aad added large lot of new type to our aJ ready
eitensire assortment of Job materials, we are
now prepared to execute, in a style that cannot
be surpassed by any office in this section ol
Books, Bonds, Labels. Circulars,
Cardf, Drafts, Receipts, Notes,
Posters. ' Bills. Checks, Manifests
Blanks, BrN Heads, Tickets, Dsjeds,
PAMPHLETS. PROGRAMMES, POSTEKS,
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ALL KINDS OF
Blank Deeds and Justices Blanks,
kept eonstantly on hand and for sale at thia of
fice. Oar Blanks are neatly printed and on the
best quality of paper, and give general satisfac
tion with those who have used them. Orders
JAS. STEWART Pres't Jddgb.
A. L. CURTIS Ppobate Judge.
J.-SHEItlDAN . .Clerk C. C. Pleas.
ALEX. PORTER Pros. Att't.
. , cocmiorncEus.
ISAAC GATES Auditor.
JAMES W. BOYD- Treasurer.
JOHN D. JONES Sheriff.
ASA S. REED Recorder.
ORLOW SMITH Surveyor.
JOnN G. BROWN Coroner.
LUKE SELBY, Commissioners.
AMOS HILBORN, )
- SCHOOL. EXAMINERS
GEORGE W. HILL -Ashland.
ORLOW SMITH Sullivan.
J. McCORMICK Loudonville.
-. ROHOnGII OFFICERS.
WM. RALSTON - Mayor
J. MUSGRAVE --- Recorder
E. W. WALLACK Treasurer
R. P. FULKERSON Marshall.
S. G. WOODRUFF,
T. C. BUSHNELL.
; 0 1" 23 Xi 1
THE undersigned announce to the public that he
has again taken charge of the Hotel in the vill-
I HO VI - J
- f - i.ki.nj.nnni i han it mi lor tlASt
I favors, he hupea all of hie old customers win give
him a call. Everything will be dona to make all
who may atop witn mm comiortaDic.
1 1 - a ..Ml Hnl lr Will , W 111 Dfl OH II A II u.
Oct. 4. 34. 19tf JAMES ALBERSON
fTT-ILLIAM ZIMMERMAN, Proprietor; Kews-
V barg, Ashland county, umo.
May 31, 1B54. n-.i.
A KRON, Ohio j G. HAYNOLD8, Proprietor.
J. i. January IB, 1H54. nao-ti,
m HE subscriber bees leave to announce tbat be
L baa opened a Hotel, to be called the " Miller
House directly opposite the Sarapseli House,
Main Street. Ashland, and respectfully solicits a
share of the public patronage. m. MiULHii.
Ashland, March Xitna, ph. u,
HAV1KG leased the above named House for a
termor years, the undersigned respectfully
selicitsashare of the public patronage, no pains
will be snared to make comfortable all loose wno
ssay favor mm , nlI,vC
Ashland, yov.gS, 1853.
JOSEPH DEYARMAN, having again taken tne
above House, will bepreparedto accommodate
,11 his old friends wno may iavor mm wuu
Loudonville. Nov. S3d.lt!53. "
-r . -cc ST "JES IFCIiSb .
GEO. H. PARKER
- d. . m.m at Tjtm. naeexssrf. tne A,
-TTTILL give prompt attention to any easiness ina
V V mav oe entrusted to uu btis
and North Western Illinois.
Davenport, Sot. XI, 1H54,
-V. II. BleCABTY.
Jlltenuw Lam. and Jmatitt f tat Ptatt,
XTTILL promptly attend to eliousfness tnirusiea
II to bis care, iii-vrrtca, cut-ci u.
Attorney at Law.
r OCDONVILLE, Ashland county, Ohio. Prompt
Li attention eiven to an business connected witn
the lecal orofesaion. juue i, jrar-ju
voorta k. wltsox. I oEoa.ec a. rim
Tifia, Oaia. Alklani, Ohio.
VATSOIf cfc PARKER
I Jlttv't a CaamtUort at Law a SaVrt Caancarii
HAVIBG formed a copartnership, will give
prompt attention to all business entrusted to
tneir care in mis ana surruuiiiiiug .uuu
KfM. ...rl. nnnn.it ttiA P.mnsell House.
a.hl.nil- AST. zjd. louo. w
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
"iFFICE, on Main Street, West of tne Damp-
V7 sell House, Ashland, unto.
Ashland. May 24th, le54. nitl
OLivaa w. aiLLOoo. William a allxsok.
KELLOGG Sc ALLISON,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery;
TiriLL attend to all proiessionai nusiness cu
ff trusted to their care, in mis ana adjoining
oantiea. Ashland, Bov. K3d 1B53. mil
M. W. S.TII'JTH,
Utorney and Countellor at Law i
riFFICE over Drug Store ofsampseu ua.
v ness la this ana neignoo
ly attended to.
g counties prompt
Asniana, hot. jouiojo.
KVMHT. I ALEX.
KENNY cfc POKTEB,
Attf't st Cattnteltart at Law.
rr.T.mttend Drornntlv to all businesse
to their care in this and adjoining counties.
Office on corner of Main and cnurcn streets.
Askland Hov. 23d. 1B53. xotl
rrnsBjjEf. I joob.icoih.
FULTON &. McCOTIBS,
Attarnevt and Counsellors at Lawt
FFICK on Main street, over the Store oi 1.
J C. Bushnell, Ashland, Ashland County, O.
November u:ia, iboj.
XIIO.TIAS J. BULL)
TTOHNEY AT LAW and Justice of the
i- Peace, Loudonville, Ashland County, Ohio.
Hovember23d. 1HS3. - "
: -sr 13 x g x ua. asr &.
Practitioner of Medicine and Surgery.
J ILL give prompt attenl'on to all calls in
Y f bis proiession.
Hayesville, July o, 1BQ4. non
P. II. CLAKK, ITI. D.,
SUFFICE opposite P. & J. Kisser's Store, Main
- Street. Ashland, Ashland county, Ohio.
Ashland, Feb. 14, 1854.
I. L. CHANE. 91. D. -Kttrtrnon
i"VFFICE, adjoining Millington's Drag Store
J opposite P. & I. Rieser's store.
Ashland, April lain, ioo non
DM. WITI. JONES,
nf tkm Eclectic School af Medicine.
rjAVlSG locatedin KugglesTownsnip.Asniana-
AX County, Ohio, offers bis proiessionai services
to the public generally. Particular attention pam
to Chromic diseases. Rheumatism, Liver and Lung
complaints, old Sores, etc?, Cancera, Schirroua
nd Cancerous Tumors removed witnout tne
Knife cr Caustic. May 3. 1854. n50tf
mi. nr. W. BIDDLE,
rwactititt-tir of Medicine and Sartrery.
TTT1LL attend to all business connected wunnis
VV profession. Office in the Centre of iroy.Asn-
land county, Ohio.
11S. J. P. it J. COWAN
PRACTITIONERS OF MEDICIKK AHD SUR-
A bAKF, jerumeviiie, asniana county, vwu.
Marcbautb, 1B54. am
Hit. J. II A 11 IV.
WOULD take this opportunity or tendering his
th.nks to bis friends, for their kind and liber
al patronage heretofore, and he hopes so to conduct
nimsell in uis proicaaiuii, a. iu u.a . u..
natronase. together with all others who desire to
Hu'omc?" in til
consult him in his profession His office Is in tho
Hook Store of M. H. Imhoff, nearly opposite the
Stone Store of Reinor, Kisser fe Co. where he will
be found at all times, except wnen pianmiunsnj
WIL.I.I AJTI MAX-STOIf,
TTTATCH AND CLOCK MAKER
fice Building, Main street, Ashland,
Ohio, Gold and steel fens, ana a cnoice
ivaritHy of Jewelry, kept conaantlyon
November 36, 1853. 3tL
I. R GOUDiELLOW,
X7"ATCI1 MAKER AND JEWEL-
KK, Dealer in Watches, Jew
elrv. Clocks. Yankee Notions, dec.
Watcbes and uiocks repaired ana
warranted. Highest price paid for
oldGold and. Silver. Oppoaitetbe
AsblaBd. Ohio 30tf Pes 14.1853
G. A. HUMES,
Manufacturer of Boots and Shoes t
-- THREE doors below the Times Print,
Tf -- ing Office, Ashtand, Ohio. Custom
f 511 Work done to order cm the shortest notice
wsand most reasonable terms.
September 14th. 1S. 30
.Mew UooJi Bindery.
TTTOULD inform the citizens of thia place,
W that he haa permanently located in this
place and is prepared to do all kincs oi
B 00K BINDING!
In th latest and most fashionable styles. Bis
hon is in the rear of Mr.H. W. Imhoffe Book
Store, Main Street, Ashland, O.
ITPA liberal share ol tbe i atronaga is so
licited. Nov. 30, 1854. t-a ly
OTICU is bareby given that the undersigo-
hss been aoDointed as administrator of
tbe estate of John A. Caato, deceased, late or
Milton township, Ashland County.
Ashland, Nov. 30, 1854. 3w
GREAT ATTRACTION I
At the Old Brick Corner,
THE undersigned having bought the Ljmoc
and Extcrsivb stock of merchandise, for
merly owned by Robert McMahan in (bis place,
announces to me cmxena oi una County and
nil other who wish to avail themselves of the
privilege of laying in their Sumbieji awd Fall
PfVPFLirt cheap, that hi Store is the place.
lie intends keepingalwayaon hand a large and
general assortment of
OOOES OF ALL KINDS,
such as ia wanted by tha people in this region.
Among our unprecedented variety are
of all Kinds, Styles and Varieties. GROCE
RIES, a large Stock Salt, Fish, Plaster, in
short every thing in that line, which will be
old a less prices thaa any other Merchant
dart sell. I am now and will be selling for
sometime ai cost, so mat my present stock may
be reduced to make room for my
afcaTAU who wish great bargains, are invited
to call soon and examine my Stock as t'.e goods
are going very fast, and you may not save
another opportunity to secure your goods at
such low figures. All kinds of
CO UNTR Y PROD UCE.
Wool, and any thing the Farmer has to sell, will
be taken in exchango for goods.
JOT Don't, lorget the place tho old Brie
Corner, East of the McNulty House.
U. W. BASSFORD.
Ashland, Aug. 16, 1S54. nlStf
To Western Merchants.
rpHE subscriber would call the attention of deal
-L ere generally to tUe ex tensive arrangements Ihev
have made for the Importation and sale of British,
rrencn, ana uerman ury trooas.
Having a buyer permaneutly located in Eu
rope, whose entire attention will be given to tbe
selection oi trooas lor our sale, we snail ne in re
ceipt of new and desirable Ureas Goods by each
steamer. Our stock of
White Goods, H-.isier , Shawls di Notions.
will be found complete. Also, a large variety
of black and colored Silks, Satina, etc. Clotha.
Casaimeres and JVestlngs, Linens, Drillings, dec,
&c. and Tailor's Trimmings generally.
Always on band all leading styles of Domes
tic Goods, bleached and brown
Cotton, 'rills. Ticks. Stripes, Denim,
with a choice assortment of Merrimack and Co
checc Prints, Lancaster Ginghams, dec, oec.
ine uiowing uepanmeni (unuer me nrm oi li.
H Triaa V Co.,) will embrace a great variety of
well Made Garments, such as cannot fail to give
We invite tha attention of cash and short time
Tn We have also secured the services of W.
L. STRONG, (late of Mansfield. Ohio.) who will
take great pleasure in showing you through our
stock ; when you visit this market, please favor
mm wiin a can.
Im. O. W1LSOS (V -CO..
No. 13 CoCgTLAHD T.. AD 11 ADD 13 DaT ST.. K.
January SS, 1854. ly.
GROCERIES, CONFECTION AMIES
nuiiuns) ate, ate.
INFORMS his numerous customers that he
has just received a large stock of all kinds
of Groceries and Conlectionaries ; a splendid
variety or Toy and Nations or ail kinds,
Musical Instruments. &c, &c.
In his SALOON he baa made arransments for
a constant supply of Baltimore and New Haven
UIS l tRS, Game of all kinds , Sardines, rick-
led Meats aad the delicacies of tbe season.
Lunch served at all hours oa toe shortest no
tice. Constantly on hand a variety ef Temper
Thankful for past patronage, he is determin
ed to a Dare neither Dains or exoenae in "cater
ing for the wanta of those who favor him with
Ashland, Oct, 4th, 1854. n9tf
STATUTES OF OHIO!
In force Jan. 1854, with references to
prmr laws, in one large Uclavo I ouern
raosi the jvdqh or the mtfbkmi ldoii.
T he undersigned have examined Swan's Re
vised Statutes of Ohio, Tor 1S34. This volume
contains a compilation of the Statutes of Ohio
in lorce on the lirstol January, Is64. Tbe de
sign and arrangement of the Book are good,
ana carried out witn great care and accuracy;
and we think the work of great utility, and re
flect much credit upon the Compiler and Pub
JOHN A. CORWIN,
R. P. RANNEY, A. G. THURMAN,
T. W. BARTLEY, WM. B. CALDWELL.
The underaigned having examined Swan's
Statutes, concur in the above opin:on.
u. O. MORTON,
Diet. Atty. U. S. Court, Dist.of Ohio.
GEO. W. McCOOK,
Atty. Gen. of State of Ohio.
It will be found an indispensable hand-book
toevery Justice of the Peace and Constable, as
we 1 as every Lawyer or public offlaer. The
book will be aent free ofcharge to any one on
receipt of $5.
Address a. U.TICKNOR tt CO.,
Law Booksellers, Mansfield, Ohio.
March 2nd, 1854. 44ti .
BUT1EBT BIX AHEAD I
rpBE undersigned bees leave to inform the citi-
-L sens of Abhland. and the surrounding county.
that he has just received at bis Stove and Tin ware
establishment in Ashland, a LARGE AND SPLEN
DID assortment of tbe best and most Improve.!
such as PARLOR. COOKING AND BOX STOVES.
which he will sell at very low rate. And also, a
great variety of lUffCK, JiKSS, TIN and JA-
rAnn w a nr..
done on the shortest notice.
N. B. Old Brass, Copper and Pewter taken in
exenange lor ware. E. BUll tKl.
August 3. 1B55. W13
"VTICHAEL MILLER presents his regard
XJ- to his friends and the public generally,
and respcctlulJy announces that he has opened
a Public House for the accommodation of the
traveling public, directly oppoaite the Samp-
seJI House, Main street, Ashland, wnere be
will be el ad to accommodate all who may favor
him with a call, li is table will always be sop-
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 afaithml Hostler always in
Boarding for private families or single per
sona can be bad at reasonable rates.
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT.
In connection with the Hotel, he will-also
continue to keep open his BAKERY AND RES-
l AM, ANT, where he will at all times keep on
Confectioneries, Pies, BreadUakes,
all kinds of Temperance drinks, and, in short
every luxury to be found on the tables of first
clase eating houses.
gCT" lie wishes it distinctly understood, that no
will be kept, either in the Hotel or Saloon
Ashland, March 8th, 1S54. n42 tf.
ijl, A MOB LRWIS wishes It destinctly
f - uuaerstooa mat ne nas not quit tne
ivery Duesincs.. un uiai oe nas just maae auue
n aaitioa to uis otsDie in tue tne articiea ol lua
giea and 8:40 horses.
His Stable is now keDt immedistelv bir.V or
tucDsmpsei nouse. i;usioniers can .always nnd
some person to attend to them aitber at tbe Sta
ble or tbe Sampsel House. Passengers carried from
Asmana in any direction, at moderate rates.
may i, im. Jtstr,
HENRY W. IMHOFF.
( SUCCESSOR TO W. H. H. POTTER,)
Dealer im Books, Stationery, Wall
riper, 4tc, Ac.
ClCHOOL, Miscellaneous and Blank Books;
stationery and fancy -articles. Have on
hand, and constantly recoivingr. the latest Dub-
lications. 8tore two doors west of the Samp-
Ashland, July 18, lt4. Otf
Olliee Franklin & Warren II.R. Col
Fbahkm, Portage CO., Ohio, Sept. 86 1853. (
1 a meeting of the Direc
tor of tbe P. & W. Jt.
Co.. bold June 11, 1853. the following assess
ments upon Stock subscriptions were made, vis.
ion percent. payaDie juiy 1st, 1053, ana an assess
ment often per cent, at the end of each succeed
Ing siztv days, until the whole amount is n.irl
Three instalments are therefore now due. to wit :
The first wben subscribed, fbr the charter tha
second July 1st, and the third, August 31st.
Subscribe! s in Ashland village and county are
respectfully requested to .immediately pay all
instalments now due, and as tbey hereafter be
come due. at tbe Banking House of Luther, Crall
& Co., Ashland opines oajled upon by tbe Collec
tor. jitkl;w. TYXJSIP, See.
Corner Pablie Square, Cleveland, O.
INCORPORATED ITIA1T o, 1851.
THE OtD COLLEGE has removed to new and
splendid Rooms, surpassing in beauty and con.
veienncethose of any similair nstitutions in the
E.G. FOLSOM, A B., Principal, Professor of the
Dcicise oi Accounts.
W.H. HOL1STKK, and J. S. CLAXTON, Assistant
ireiessors in book neepmg Departmsst.
A. J. PHELPS and JOSEPH BEATT1E, Professors
or Practical and Ornamental Penmanship
R. F. HUMISTON, Lecturer on Commercial His
tory and the Art of Computation.
j. B. WARING. Lecturer on Mercantile Customs,
Banking, Exchange, ect.
Hon. JOHN GKOVYELL, THOS. H. HAY and D. B.
PALMER, Lecturers on Commercial Law.
Rev. J. A.THOM li. Lecturer on Commercial Ethies.
TERMS IN ADVANCE.
For tbe Mercantile Course time unlimited, ..$40.00
Tbe same Course for Ladies,... 35,00
For seperate Instruction in Penmanship,
Flourishing, etc., as per agreement.
Tbe design of the Institution is to afford as good
sdvantages as can be tiad in any similar one in tbe
Union, loyoun? men about to assume the responsi
ble duties of the Counting Room, and various mer
St.ixncaor AcnooiiTS. Book-keeping will be ex
plained from a new stand point, exhibiting the true
nature and relation of accounts ; and the course
will embrace some of the best practical forms of
modern accountants. This science is often taught
as if it were a species of conjecture, in which
multiplicity of forms are substituted for principles
arbitrary rules for reasons, and venerable pre
cedents for genuine philosophy, making tbe whole
field or the science a complete ' terra Incognita."
To procuce good practical accounts the understand
ing, and not tbe memory simply, should be address
DAiLY LECTURES, etc. One or more lectures
will be given daily, on tbe ful lowing subjects
Accounts, Penmanship, Mercantile Customs. Hank
ing, Exchange Calculations, Correspondence Com
mercial Law, Political Economy, Commercial
Ethics, Railroading, etc. Besides the usual lec
tures on Law. etc., in Colleges of this kind, there
will be others by practical men thoroughly con
versant with the routine of business, to instruct
on points allied to the course of study, and one
expressly on calculation.
Pznmakshif. Practical akdObnamkntal. This
department will beund'r tbe superintendance of
two or tbe best penmen or the day. Business wri
ting will be taught upon the uew method of Folsom's
Chlrhylumograpuy, exacting to the beat of an ir-
strument, and producing the popular commercial
baud in much less than tbe usual time.
N. B. For particulars send for Circulars. Cata
logues, etc., and address the Principal.
Wr A rSe library will be con ne. tea with tbe
College, containing tbe vaiious works on Book
keeping, Mercantile Law. ett.. to which tbe stu
dents will have access.
Cleveland, ftov.8, 1851. 43Lf
BACON'S MERCANTILE CO EGE
XOitTH-WEST CU!LEll SIXTH AXD WALNUT.
1 PERSONS desirous of becoming thorough
and accomplished accountants, will find it
greatly to their advantage to call on the un
dersigned, before engaging elsewhero,as he is
prepared to demonstrate, tuliy, that his accom
modations forstudents, the comprehensiveness
ol the course ofinstruction, and facilities for
procuring situations lor those desirous of ob
taining them, are unsurpassed , (as it is be
lieved, unequaled,) by any similar institu
tion in the United States.
In addition to the regular course of instruc
tion, there will be a
SERIES OF LECTURES
on topics of great importance in a commer
cial point oi view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy
Stnrer, E. D. Mansfiejd, Esq., Rev. Samuel
W. Fisher, Henry C. Lord, Esq., Prof. Chas.
V. Wright, and other eminent Lecturers and
Business men." These lectures 1 eing a new and
important feature not introduced in any of the
other Mercantile Colleges.
Notwithstanding tbe great expense atten
dant upon securing the services of able Lec
turers and Assistants, the Terms for Tuition
will remain aa heretofore, via :
For a full course of instruction in D E
Book-Keeping, Writing, Commercial
Calculation, Lectures, &.c. ........ . S40 00
Writing (only) per month.. 5 00
At a meeting of the Graduating Class of Bacon's
the Mercantile College, held in the Lecture Koom
of College edifice, Friday. 11th March, 185.1, J. S.
Baker was appoiuted chairman, and Weston Ar
nold, feecreiary. Un motion; a committee of five
composed of H. J. Bowman, J. S. Baker, E. J.
Forsyth. T. O. Sawyer and Geo. nicbol, was ap-
Dointed "to report resolutions sxDressive of the
high opinion entertained by tbe class, of the mer
its or tni Institution, and or tbe character and
qualifications of the Principal and bis Assistants.
Whereupon, tbe committee reported tbe follow
ing preamble and resolutions, which were unani
WnxaiAs. We. the members of the Graduat
ing Class of R. S. Bacon. Mercantile College, being
about to separate, desire to give expression to our
feelings of respect for our esteemed Instructor, and
bis corps of able assistants. Therefore,
Reeolved. That the thanks of tbe class are due
to our said instructors for the uniform kindness of
their deportment toward us while in this Institu
tion - at the same time tbe thoroughness of their
lustruetions nas entitled them to our highest re
spect and confidence.
Resolved. Tbat we recommend to tbia Institu
tion to all who may desire to acquire a commer
cial education, as affording tbe greatest facilities
lor sucn acquisition.
Resolved. That we as a wclass. affix nur names
to these proceedings, and tbat a copy of them be
delivered to K.S. Bacon, and that they be published
in the city papers.
H.A.Bowman, S. Black, Wm. W.Snyder,
isaac rjauguman. j t. rjaKer. rranKiin Aiiiott.
P.W.Carroll, E. J. Foisyth, A. Paddock,
George Nichol. G. H. Hushes. Weston Arnold.
James Thompson, H. 1). Kyger, Daniei Bowen,
vv. i . Kobinson, treorge narvie, s. field.
Bacon's Mebcahtilx roLLxax. The examina
tion of the student's in Book-Keepins exhibited a
degree of proficiency on their part highly credit
able to themselves and Mr. Bacon, tbeir Instruc
tor. 1 he most difficult problems in Double Entry
were as rapidly solved as tbe most simple, giving
ample proof to the audience that the information
impartedduring the session would be of practical
benefit."-Cincinnati Enquirer of March V2th, 1853.
lue various complex questions proposed by tne
Principal and other gentlemen present, were an
swered with great promptitude and conciseness,
which reflects great credit upon tbe course of study
pursued at this Institution." Cin. Daily Qatette.
"Mr. Bacon is unrivalled as a teacher. A di
ploma from this College in Cincinnati, is required
as a Sine oua non in obtaining situations in the best
Mercantile Houses in large cities." Chillieothe
Ancient Metropolis MayBth, 1853.
Mr Bacon has constructed the upper portion ol
his building expressly for tbe purposes of bis col
lege, and without any doubt, it is tbe most com
plete arrangement of the kind in the U. States.
Cincinnati Gazette, Aov. 8, 1853.
"This whole Institution Is undoubtedly the most
elegvnt and finished establishment, for the pur
poses in tbe world." Eneuirer.
reo. 22, 1834. n-iu. u.
3. f LARK ib CHAISE: would re
spectfully inform the citizens of Ashland
and vicinity, that tbey have associated them
selves tr gether for tne practice of Medicine
and Su-gery in all their various branches, and
by diligence and close attention to their office,
and prompt attendance npon all calls at all
hours, they hope to merit a liberal share ol
pnbli', patronage. Da. Clark offers his thanks
to all those who have heretofore favored him
vit their buainess, and will be under renew
ed obligattona for a continuance of the name,
Dn. Ciase, will devote special attention to the
study and practice ot Surgery in au us vari
eties, and more especially in all diseasea ol
the Ev, either acute or chronic.
Office, adjoining Millington's Drug
Store, opposite Mr. St J. fwisser's store.
try-Dm. ( jt. 'a residence near the Metho
Dm. CftAitE's on third street opposite W
Wuion'l. P. H.CLARK, M. D.
I. L.CRANE, M. D.
April 19th, 1854 n48tt
Curled Hair Mattresses and Bedding.
PATENTED IN THE
UNITED STATES, ENGLAND AND FRANCE,
OU ft Mattresses and curled hair haviug taken
Diplomas and Medals by competition in tbe
principal States in the Union and alsohavingbeen
awarded the Price Medal at the World's Pair iu
London as tbe very ben article manufactured, are
confidently offered to lbs community as a great
aesiaeratim ior pure sweet sieep.
Tbe piecess bv which our hair is manufactured
entirely precludes tbe possibility of moth or other
insect annoyances engendering therein as proved
oy tne severest tests ol anauzation and ay testimo
nials from tbe first chemists of the age, from which
we extract as loiiows :
"Experiment haa demonstrated that tbe puriying
agent made use of in manufacturing your patent
curled hair ia especially destructive of animal
life, tbat it has the faculty of bleaching and clean-
ma tne nere. ana that it is tne most oowenui ma
Infecting body at present known to science.
IT T 1' ,,T. . .
XI. LClaAOli In. If.
Professor of Chmistry aud Toiculogy in tbe
Medical College of the London Hospital.
I cheerfully state tbat the article submitted to
your process must be pure and sweet and will be
found of great value ami from proof exhibited to
me 1 am confident that the process employed ex
ceed all other methods of preparation.
W. HKAUH, M. V.,
We also keep constantly on band a full supply
of Pillows and Bolsters, under Mattrassea and
Bedding of all descriptions aud a larce assortment
of 'Wall Paper and Window Shades, unbolstrv
goods, curtains, lounges, dec, dec.
Orders respectfully solicited aud promptly sx1
tended to. WISDOM dr Co.
43PultesBlock Bank at.
Joue, 1854. n3tf
Stabler'.! Diarrhixa Cordial.
13 a pleasant Mixture, compounded in agree
ment with the rules of Pharmacy, oftberapea
tie agents, long known and celebrated for their
peculiar efficacy in curing DTA KRH(EA, and simi
lar affections of the system. In Us aetton, it
ai.la.ts HAVsKa and producas a healthy condition
of the LIVER, thus rcmovin tbe cause at the same
time it cures the disease.
Stabler Anodyne Cherry .Expectorant
Is confidently recommended to invalids, as chsc
ii parsed by any known preparation, for the cure
of Cowfksa Hoarseness, and other forms of Commnn
Colds; BROXHtTIS, ASTHMA, ROUP, OKSUMP
TION in an early stage, and for the Relief of the
patient even in advanced stages of that fatal dis
aewc. It combines, in ascientific l.ianner, remedies of
longesteemed value, with others of more reoent
discovery; and besides its seething and tonic quali
ties, acts thro' the skin, gently and with great ef
ficacy, for tbe cure of this class of diseases.
The valuable Medicines above namedbave recen
tly been introduced, with the approval of a num
ber of our Medical Profession in the city of Balti
more and evey where, and in practice have succee
ded most admirably in curing the diseases for
which they are prescribed. They are offered to
the country practitioners of Medicines which he
can in all respects depend npon as prepared in
agreement with the experience of some of the
most learned and judicious Physicians and strictly
in conformity with tbe rules of Pharmacy, and
as especially serving his convenience, who can
not so readily as the City Physician, have bis own
preicriptions compounded by a practical Pharma
See tbe descriptive Pamphlets, to be hac gratis of
all who have the Medicines for sale, containing
ecommendations from Doctors Maetik, Balt
xill, Additi, Paths, Hamdv, Love, &c.
soDoctor S. R. Martin says, 'I do not hesitate to
recommend your Diarrkaa Cordial and JSnodyne
Crry Expectorant," e.
Doct. JonN Addibor says. It gives me much
pleasure to add my testimony to that of others, in
favor of the extraordinary efficacy of your Diarr
kaa Cordial, &c; and of the Expectorant, " I have
no hesitation in recommending it as a most valua:
ble medicine, &c.
Doct. R A. Paths says he. has used the Diarr'
haa Cordial in his practice "with the happiest ef
feet, and thinks it one of the most convenient
and efficient combinations ever offered to our pro
fession.' Doct. L. P. Handt writes. I have administer
ed your Anodyne Expectorant in several cases cf
BronchiaAffection, with the most happy results,
and from a knowledge of ifts admirable effects,
I can, with the greatest confidence, recommend
Doct. W. S. Love writes to us tbat lie has ad
ministered tbe Expectorant to his wife, who has
had tbe Bronchitis for fourteen years, and that
she is fast recovering from her long standing ma
lady. It has in a few weeks done her more good
than all the remedies she has heretofore used un
r able medical counsel.
Sixteen of the best Apothecaries and Pharm
ACatuTisTS in the City of Baltimore. "We are satisfi
ed thepreparations known as Stablers Anodyne
Cherrw Expectorant and Stabler Diarrhaa Cor
dial, are medicines of Grkat Value, and very ef
ficient for tbe relief and cure of tbe diseases fcr
wbicb they are recommended; they bear .the evi
dence of skill and care in their preparation and
style of putting up. and we take plead sure in re
Twimtt Seveh of the most respectable Merch
ants, residents of Maryland, Virginia and Morth
Caro lina, who have sold and also ued these
medicines themselves, say,From ourown experi
ence and that of our customers, we do confidently
recommend tbemPro Bono Publico. We have never
known any remedy used for the diseases for wbicn
they are prescribed, to be so efficient, and to give
such entire satisfaction to all."
Tbe above notices ofrecommendation from mem
bers of the ME D1C A FAULTY, PHARMA KUT1STS
of high standing, and MERCHANTS of the first
respectability, should be sifficient to satisfy all,
that these medicinesarevrfAy of trial hr tbe af
tlcted, and that they are of a di ire rent stamp and
class from the, -Quackery and "Cure Alls' so
much imposed upon the public.
For Sale by Druggists, Apothecaries and coun
try Store-keepers generally.
FOUND AT LST.
A ITIysles'y Eiixplai lied. .
A Involution is Certain, Victory i Ours.
DR. A. L. ADAMS'
NEW THEORY OP DISK AS E is awakening the
inquiry in tbe minds of all who read it: How
it si that Americans have been so lone and so
slavishly immured in darkness and ignorance ou tbe
subject of disease.
DR. A. L. ADAMS' LIVER BALSAM.
THE GREAT PANACEA OP DISEASE
is offered to the afflicted or the States and Terri
tories for the entire cure of Liver Complaints all
stages. Bilious Fever, Ague and Fever, Chronic
Lung Fever, dropsical Affections, Consumption,
Retow Complaints Diarrhea, Dysentery, Rheuma
tism, Bleeding Piles Blind Files, Scrofula, ait
Rheum, Dyspepsia, Genera? ifebility, INervousiiesa,
Costiveness, Indigestion, Otstructed Menstrua.
Dr. A. L. Adams' Liver Balsam has 'stood the
wrec and. test for tbe last rttteen years, and lias
proved to the most skeptical, beyond a shadow of
aouDi, mai 11 i
The only Reliable Medicine Ever Discoverer
(being purely all vegetable,) forthe permanent cure
of the above diseases. Tbe most skeptical have be
come its most sanguine votaries, and pronounced
the Liver Dalsam to be tire
Oulj Reliable Harbinger of Health to the
Testimonials come up from every track it has
made, swollen with expressions of gratitude, for
tbe relief received by its use. And in -subin ltttn
this, the Liver Balsam is recommended to all those
IKON Ol' ASP ofthe MOSRTEDGCCAhE
and at once procure one bottle of Dr. A- Li Adams
Tbe readers is rnferred to the Medical Tract
found by malting application to tbe Agent where the
Balsam is sold, giving a run epitome or the cause
and cure of all diseases: containing, aUo certih
cates from those wh j have tested its unparalleled
ascendancy over the diseased to which we are all
subject. Sold by K, H. UHUHtt, & UoM Ashland
John MoCrorey, West Windsor; Sturges dcBiglow
juanstieia; j. t. btaraets, iiowsourg; J. n
Baumeatdedde Co.. Wooster
G, E. Scott, General Agent, No. 6? Randolph
Street Gbiaago, Illinois.
February 1, 1854. u 37 iy.
Jaundice, IrP"Pla?Clirorilc or Her.
VOUI lievilllj J.cusv va ine n-suuvys.
And all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or
Stomach, sucb as Constipation, luward Piles,
Fullness or Blood to the Heart. Acidity of tbe
Stomach. Nausea. Heart Burn, Disgust for Food
Fullness or Weight iu the .Stomach, Sour Eructa
tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the pit of the
Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and
Difficult Breathing, Fttlltering at the Heart, Cbok
ing or Suffocating Sensation wben in a lying
posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
the Meht. Fever and Dull pain in tbe Head. De.
ficiency of Prespiration, Yellowness of the Skin
aud EyeB. Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs,
dec-. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the
Flesh, constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great
Depression of Spirits, can be effectually cured by
Dr. Hooflaud's Celebrated German Bitters.
T1RKPA RED BY DR. C. M.JACKSON, at tbe Ger.
X man Medicine Store, 13U Arch St, Philadelphia
Tbeir power over tbe above diseases is not excelled
if equalled, by any other preparation in the V. States
as the cures attest, in many cases after skillful
physicians bad failed.
These Bittcrt are worthy the attention oflnvallds.
Possessing great virtues in the rectification of dis-
eases of tbe Liver and lesser glands, exercising the
most searching powers in weakness and affections
of tne digestive organs, tuey are witnal sale, cer
tain and pleasant. ,
RKAD-iNP BE CONVINCED.
E. B. PxrkiRs, MariettaTOhio, Feb. 12, 1651. Bald
"Your Bitters are highly prized by those who have
used them. In a case of Liver complaint, of long
standing, wmcn naa resisted tne skiii oi several
Physicians, was entirely cured by the use of five
bottles." C. L. Drake, Freedom, Portage co., O..
April 23, 1852, said: "Tbe German Bitters yon sent
me laat have not yet come'to hand. 1 have been out
of the article for some time, to the great detriment
or invalids. It is a medicine mucb thought of and
sought after in this community." '
li. M. Hotchihso. k. d., Bedford, Cnyahoga CO.,
O.August 96, 1852, said: "Tbe Bitters you ship
ped me in May last are all gone 1 think it
-good medicine, and 1 am recommending it to my
patients and mends, (wuicn 1 do tor no other pat
ent medicine.) You will please forward a large
S. FurncH. Wooster, O., ISov. 30, 1852, said:
"lhaveused some three or four bottles of Hoofl
and's German Bitters lor Dyspepsia, and derived
great bene fit from tbeir use. 1 believe them to
be good for all diseases for which they are recom
mended. Wm. Oaa, Wooster, O.. October 2, 1852, said :
'You ask me my opinion of the German Bit
ters. I have used tbcin for Dyspepsia and Indi
gestion, and take pleasure in statingtbat I think
tbey are the very best remedy extantfor tbe above
complaints tbey are decidedly in advance of all
the proprietary medicines of the day.
nr. uir is a distinguished lawyer or wooster.
These Bitters are entirely vegetable. They never
prostrate the system, but invigorate it.
For Sale by R. H. CHUBB ds CO.." Ashland, and
by Druggists and dealers iu medicines everywhere.
Ashland reo. j. UJ7 ly.
BARBER'S LINE OF HACKS,
rtfirL land for New
'Pyfl-lff at 7 o'clock
"a 1 x, Mmmx3riir. 1 " u a m con,
nection with the cars on the Cleveland Colum
bus and Cincinnati Rail Road.
Returning, leave New London after the ar
rival of the trains.
Leave AshlapM for Mansfield on Mondays.
Wednesday a and Fridays, t 7t o'clock, P M.
Leave- Ashland lor wooster on Tuesdays
Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 o'clock P M.
septemoer, 1S3. 1SW
Ciller's iiaiik!h !TIiilrc.
THE GREA.T PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD.
NOT A PARTICLE OF MERCURY
AN Infallible Kemedy for Scrofula, King's Evil
Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutaneous Eruptions,
Pimples or Pustyes on tbe Face; Blotches, Soils,
Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worm orTetter, Scald
Head, Enlargement and Pain of tbe Bones and
Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders,
Lumbago, Spinal Complaints, and all Diseases
arising from an injudicious use of Mercury, Im
prudence in Life, or Impurity of tbe Blood.
This valuable Medicine, which bas become cele
brated for the number of extraordinary cures ef
fected through its agency, has induced the pro
prietors, at the urgent request of their friends, to
offer it to the public, which they do with the ut
most confidence in its virtues and wonderful cura
tive properties. The following certificates, select
ed from a large number, are, however, stronger
testimony than the mere word of the proprietors ;
and are all from gentlemen well known in their
localities, and of the highest respectability, many
of them residing in the city of Richmond, Va.
F. Boynru, Esq.. of the Exchange Hotel, Rica
"mond, known every where, says he bas seen the
Medicine called Carter's Spanish Mixture adminis
tered in over a hundred cases, in nearly all tbe dis
eases for which it is recommended, with the most
astonishingly good results. He says it is tbe most
extraordinary medicine he has everseen.
Aoca ird Favxa Gbbat Cobs.- Ibereby certl
fy, tbat for three years 1 bad Ague and Fever of tbe
most violent description. I bad several Physici
ans, took large quantities of Quinine, Mercury,
and I believe all the Tonics advertised, but all
without any permanent relieC At last I tried Car
ter's Spanish Mixture, two bottles of which effect
ually cured me, and I am bappy to say I have had
neitheT Cbillsor Fever since. I consider it the best
Tonic in tbe world, and tbe only medicine tbat
ever reached my case,
. Reaver Dam, near Richmond, Va.
. B. Luck Esq., now in tbe city of Richmond,
and for many years in the Post Office, has such con
fidence in tbe astonishing efficacy of Carter's
Spanish Mixture, tbat he has bought upwards of 50
bottles, which be bas given away to tbe afflicted.
Mr. Luck says he bas never known it to fail whs
taken according to directions.
Dr. Minos, a practicing Physician, and formerly
of the ity Hotel, in the city of Richmond, says
he bas -witnessed in z. number of instances tbe
effects of arters 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.
Saxcel M Drinkkb, of the firm of Drinker ec
Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint
of 8 years standing, by the use of two bottles of
Cartrs Spanish Mixture.
Gf bat ilcaa or SCBoreti. The Editors of tbe
Richmond republican bad a servsut employed in
their press room, cured of violent Scrofula, com
bined with Rheumatism, wbicb entirely disabled
him from work. Two bottles of arters Spanish
Mixture made a perfect cure ef him, and the Edit
ors, in a public notice, say tbey "cheerfully recom
mend it to all wbo are afflicted with any disease e
Still A h otheb HJch or Scrofula. 1 had a vei y
valuable boy cured of Scrofula bv Carter's Span
ish Mixture. I consider it truly a valuable sieai
cine. James m. 'laylor, onductor on the K. P
RAT.T R tTVtIM OF "O VI A HK RT A WTlTTCfi "imW
Mr. Johb Thoxpson, residing in tbe city oi Rich
mond. was cured by threo bottles of Carter's Span
ish Mixture, of Salt Rheum, which be had nearly 20
years and which all the phasicians of tbe city
could not cure. jwr. mompsnn Is a well know
merchant in the city or Richmond, Va., and b
cure is most remarkable.
Wm. A. Matthews, of Richmond, bad a serran
cured of Syphilis, in tbe worstform,by Cartey
rpaniBn mixture, tie says he cneeriuliy recom
meuds it. and considers it an invaluable medicine,
Ki iiabo E Wkst, of Richmond, was cured of
Scrofula, ,and what Physicians called confrmsd
consumption, by three bottles of "artery Spanish
JU IAIUI C
Edwin Bcbtoh, commissioner of the revenue,
says be has seen tbe good effects of Carter's Spanish
Mixture in a number or bypiiiutic cases, and say
it is a pcriect cure lor that nomhie disease
NA' u. G. Harwood. of Richmond, cured of Old
sores and Ulcers, which disabled him from walk
ing. Took a few bottles of Carter's Spanish Mil
ture. and was enabled to walk without a crutch
in a short time permanently cured
Principal Depots at M. Ward Close & Co., No
B3, Maiden Lane, flew torn.
' T. W. Uyott & Sons, No. 132, North 2d Street,
Benkett d Beers, No. 125, Main St., Richmond
And for sale 5y R. H. CfrtrHB, A cbland, H. 8 See,
& Co. Savanna, J.Kemkiroer, Hayesville, J. Hers
max, Jeromeville, Anderson or Rowan, Loudoa
vine, and Healers in Medicines everywhere.
Jan. 18, '54. n351y
Philadelphia Medical Houso Established 2d
years ago, by Dr. KINKKL1N. corner ol Thin4
and Union streets, between Spruce Pine
Invalids arc apprised that Dr. Kinelin con
lines his practice to a particular branch of med
cine which engages his undivided attention
He cations the unfortunate against the abuse
of mercury : thousands are annually mercurial,
ized out ol'life. Recent affections are prompt
ly extmguisea. lwemy years or experience
in the treatment of a class oi diseases hitbeito
neclectcd and imperfectly understood- baa en
abled Dr Kiokelin, (Author of a work on Self
Preservation,) to prove that nine-tenths of the
causes of nervous debility, local and constitu
tional weakness, mental and physical suffer
ing, are traceable to certain habits, forming the
most secret yet deadly and tatai springs
domestic i.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 not reformed in due time, it not only
begets serious obstacles y matrimonial happi
ness, but gives rise to a series of protracted
insiduous and devastating affections. Few of
those who give way to this pernicious piac
tice are aware of the consequences, until they
find the nervous system shattered, feel strange
and unaccountable feelings, and vsgne fears
in the mind.
The unfortunate thus affected becomes fee
ble, is um. ble to labor with accustomed vigor,
oi to apply his mind to study ; bis step is tar
dy -and weak, he ia dull, lrresolnte,- nnd en
gages in his cport with Jess energy than nsual,
It he emancipate mmselt betore the prac
bas done its worst, and enter matrimony, his
marriage is unfruitful, and his sense tela him that
thisMcansed by bis follies early. J beseare coc
siderations which should a waken the attention
ol those similarly situated.
Marriage requires the tulnllment oi several
conditions, in order that it may he really the
cause ol mutual happiness. Lould the veil
which covers the origin of domestic wretcbed-
nessbc raised, and its true source in every in
stance disclosed in how many could it be
traced to physical disqualifications and their
attendant disappointments! Apply tben while
t is yet time, in order to have yonr unstrung
and relaxed organization rebraced.from making
your case known to one who, from education
and respectability, can certain! v be revivified
Remember that he who places himself un
der Dr. Kinelin's treatment, may religiously
confided in bis honor as a gentleman, and rely
upon the assurance, that the secrets ol iJr.Jt.'s
patients will never be rUsalosed.
xoaug man let no false modesty aeierjou
from making: your case known to one who,
from edncatioa and respectability, can certain
ly befriend you.
Too many think they will conceal the secret!
n tbeir own hearts- and cure themselves.
Alas! bow often is thia a fatal delusion, mod
how many a promising young man, who might
have been an ornament to society, has faded
from the earth.
Strictures of the nrethra are rapidly removed
by the application of a new therapeutical
agent, used only by Dr. K. Weakness and
Constitutional debility promptly cured, ana lull
Country Invalids ean have, by stating tbeir
case explicitly, together with all their syn-p-
toms, per letter enclosing a remittance) Vr
K.'s medicine, appropriated accordingly.
i-orwarded to any part nt the United States,
and packed secure from DAMAGE or CURIOS
ITY. -- "
Youth aud Manhood a vigorous Life or a urema-
tare Death Kintelin on Selt PreservationOnly
It is a work eminently required, as a mesn
of reforming the vices of the sge in which
mth rules for the Prolongation of Life, just from
A letter with a remittance of 25 cents, of
the vain., in Dost stamps, addressed to Dr. Kin
lin, Philadelphia, Pa-, will eeenre a, copy oi
itherof the above books oy return man: oi
2 copies will be sent f'ee of postage for 91,
Booksellers, Canvasserr, Travelling Agents,
&c , supplied wholesale at the publisher's pri
ces, which admit -of a large profit, At-
letters muct be postpaid. - r
March 22nd, 1204 Jy44
a LANSON WALKER Ajinounces to the public
Xr that be is now prepare to maKe comns on
the shortest notice, at prices much less than they
are made at any other shop Ashland, He cau be
found at Krlcchbaum's old shop. 3d St. . Ashland.- -May
7th, 1854. S2tf.
MEDICATED INHALATION! --A
A MOST . WONDERFUL DISCOVERT taf .
recently been made by Dr. Cram, fW :
tbe cure of Asthma, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Colds, and all Lang Complaint, by '
Medicated Inhalation. Dr. Curtis' Uyganm,
Inhaling Hygenian Vapor and Cherry Syrupt
has accomplished tbe most wonderful cares at '
Asthma and Consumption ia the Citv ef New
York and vicinity for few m oaths past, mint
known to sasa. It is producing aa iirpresaioai .
on Disease of the I anga never betore witness '
ed by the Medical Profession. 5e csrtiO-
eatea in hand o-f Agents. , . . -
The Inhaler ia worn the breast, nnder tie '
linen, without the least inconvenience, tarn
heat of tbe body being sufficient to evaporate '
the fluid, supplying the lungs constantly with - '
healing and agreeable vapor, passing into
all tha air-cells and paseagea ot tbe longs that
cannot possibly be reached by other asedicine
Here ia a case: -
- Antbma Cured.
Bbooklih, If. Dee. 20tb, I&53.
For abont eight years I have bees severely
afflicted with the Asthma ; for tbe last two
years I have anffered beyosd all power of do
scriptien i months at a time I bare aot keeo
able to sleep in bed, getting what rest I could
sitting in my chair. My difficulty of breathing,
and my sufferings were so great at tiaae, that '
for hour together my friends expected each
hour would be my last. Dnriag tho past
years I have had the aid and-ottendaace of
glome of the moat celebrated physicians bT
have received no permanent beaefii, aad bnt
little relief. I at length had tha good fortune -to
procure Dr. Curtis' Bygeaaa Vapor and
Cherry Syrup. At tho time I brat obtained it(
I was suffering nnder one sf my most vioioaf
attacks, and was in great distress, almost aaf? .,
locating for want of breath. la lesa than tent
minutes from the time I applied the Inhaler
to my stmomach, and took a teaapooafnlef tb4
Cherry Syrup, I was relieved ia a great meat-
ure from the difficulty of breathing, aad bad"
a comfortable night. I have since continued '
it with tho greatest possible benefit, aad am
now comparatively well. God only knows the ;
amount of suffering thia medicine haa relieved '
me from. My advice to the suffering ia, fry if,
MARGARET EAHT0N -Consumption
Nrw Yorbt, Dec. 27th, 1853.
I came to New York ia the ahip Telegraph ; .
my native place issSt. John's, New Brunswick;
wben I reached tbia city, my health waa very
poor s had a very bad cough, raised a good deal
of matter, which was frequently mixed with. .'
blood; bad pain in my left aide, aad was very- '
thin and emaciated. My friends and physician, '
pronounced my case Consumption, aad beyondl
the reach of medicine. I accidentally heard,
of Dr. Curtis' Hygenia, or inhaling Hygeam Va
por and Cherry Syrup, and obtained a package, '
which I verily believe was the meaas of saving; ,
my life. Soon alter wearing, the Inhaler. Ia
took the Cherry Syrup as directed, and cob
tianed to do so, my conrh gradually growing;
better, until it entirely left me, aad I bow cob 1
aider myself cured I atiU wear the Inhaler,.';
as the use ofitia rather pleasaat, and betieTiaf .
it strengthening and puri i ing to tho lungs, I '
fuel unwilling at present to dispense with it. -
Sold by Boyd & Puf,Ka, 149 Chamber at.;
C. H- Ring, coraaroT John street aad Bread
way, N. Y. Price a package. '"
N. B. Aay person, inclosing 43 lo BoyoT It .
Paul, ox Cnrtia h Perkins, New York, wU re- s
ceive a package containing a battle of Hygeasa.
Vapor, on of Cherry Syrup, aad aa Inhelasr '
in a aeat boa, by eapreao, tree to any part of :
the United States oe for packages for $ IQr- ..
June 1, 1864 - ly. . " ' ;
iA., k .n o w rii y seEp?-
An Invnlwafcle BsmIc fear tweaity-flvei
cts. uvsry tratmUy- aaaoaUdL haws
at Copy . v
1 nn fff Copies sold ia tarn than a tear. A i
XJJiJJJ new edition, revised aad Improve.
Vr. Hckteb's Medical Manual and hand Baa foa ,
tha affiicted Containing an outline of the oricia,
progress, treatment and cure of every nrm ef die - -ease
contracted by promiscuous sexual intercourse,
bv sslf-abuse or by sexual excess, with advice for
their prevention, written in a CaxlliavM;l.avold- '.
ing all medical technicalities, and every thing that
would offend the ear o " decency ; wilt an outline
ef complaints incident to Females, Br oaa the r fault ,
ef some twenty years' successful practice, exclu
sively devoted, to the coca ot aiaiasis of a delicate,-'
or private natuvs-
To which ia added receiota (br tbe cur or last
above diseases, and a treatise ea the ranees, symp
toms and eu ot the Fever ana) Ague.
Testimony of The Profess- of Oisttries in PraaJ"'
allege, Philadelphia" Dr. jfcroBTBB's McdiemSMan-
ual." The author otthis work, unlike tbe majority .
of those who advertise to cure tbe diseases or w hiaa. '
it treats is a graduate of one of tbe beat College iaa J
tbe United-States. It affords me pleasure to recom
mend bim to tbe eiifortunate, or to tbe victim of
malpractice, as- at-streeessful and experienced nraa
titionar. a whose So nor and intserLtv. tin sassr -
plase the greatest OonAdeoee.- - '
jos.-B.-LunoeiatVjis, aii-ir;. - -
from A- Wrodnrord. M. JB. of Panu eaMw,l.
Philadelphia. It dives me pleasure to add mv tsatif
moy to the professional tfbirrty of tbe Author ol ,
tbe "iicav kmii." NaBoerous- eases of Dis
ease of the fefeniaai Qtsismaj some u4 tsant ett Vhfte -
standing.'bavecome under my aoca, Mr wne& Mat .
akill bas been manifest in restoring to per
health, in some sasea woes Ik patient aa bean '
considered beyoud medioal aid.- lu tbe trsatmenA
of Seminal weakpessesv or disarrasiremeat or tho
functions produced av stlfabuae or Excess of vest-
ery, I do not know bis superior in tbe profession. ,
a raji uai ii lcu win isvasiauT isri kbit -
tv rears, and deem it ao more than rust ire to hiifet
as well ai kindness to tbs unfortunate victim oi"
early indiscretion, to recommend him am on tm .
whose prolessioual skill aad iaMarit av mat.
safely coufide themselves.
"This is. witbont excention. the most aomnra-
bensive and inteliigihl work published oi Ikt
class of diseaaeB of which it treats. AvaWLaa bIt
technical terms, it addresses itself to th reason ot
its readers. 1 is tree Irom all objecuonabi mat- ;
ter, andno parent, however fastidious can object..
to placing it in tb bauds of his sons. Tbe authoa
has devoted many years to the treatment of tha-.
darious complaints treated of, and, with too little,
breath to puff, and too little presumption to im pose,
be has offered to tbe world, at tbe merely nomi
nal price of SS cents, tbe fruit of som twooty years.,,
most successful practice ."Herald.
"Ko teacher or parent should b without that
knowledge imparted in thia invaluable work. It
would save rearsof pain, mortification and sorrow : -
to tbe youth under tbeir caaxga."-Peowta's Advocate.
A Presbyterian clergyman in Obio, .writing of
Hunter's Medical Manual says j Thousand
npon thousands of our youth, br evil example aad
influence of tbe passions, bav been led into tb
babit of self-pollution, without realising tbasia aad
fearful consequences upon themselves and tbeir pos- .
teritv. The constitution ot thousands who are
raising families bave been enfeebled, if not broke -down,
and tbey do not know tbe cans or the cure.
Anything tbat can b don o to enlighten and in
fluence the public mind as to check, and uttlmatelv
to remove this wide-spread aoore of human '
wretchedness, would confer tbe greatest alessinar ,
next to the relierio n of Jesus Christ, on tbe ore sent
and coming generation. Intemperance (of tbe use -of
intoxicating drinks ) though it bas slain thou- .
sands, is not a greater scourge to tbe human raor.
Accept my thanks on behalf of tb afflicted, and, a-'-lieve
me, your co.workerin th good work you are
so actively engaged in ."
one copy (securely enveloped) will be forward! :
free of postage, to any part -of th United State fr ,
SS cents, or six copies for t)l. Address, ( poet paid '
cusuiin oe uu., ruousners, or ciox las, i'hiia. - ;
Trr Booksellers, Canvasser aad Book Ax at
supplied on the most liberal terma.
Aug. iota, is. . . . ais-iy - 7r
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES U
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS-ar aarajU
ing in the cure of Coughs, Cold, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Sor Throats, Hoarseness,
Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and
Diseases of the Lungs. They have aa taste ot
medicine, andany child will take them. Thoa
sanda bave been restored to health that bad
before dispaired. Testimony given in hundred -of
cases. A single dose relieves laten rAf"
tes I -.- i
Ask for Bryan's Pulmonic Wafer the enrish'
inal and only seaaiae ia damped Bryan.
Spuriua kinda are- offered for sale. Tweaty
five cent a box. 6old by dealer rrenerallr-
.BRYAN ft Co., Rochester, New York. Pro
prietors. Wholesale by J. D. Park, Cincia-
nali,Ubio w. Fiake Cleveland, Ohio
etroary s, 1804 n38tr.
Or Great Western Hair Restorative '
T promotes tbe growth, softens, makes por-.
I manent, and restores the natural color ol
the hair. It gives heal th to the skin and to th
gland which form the hair; remove all :
Scurf, Dandruff, Eruptions and Feverish Heat
from the scalp. It fastens hairj prevents bald. :.
nara. aad even AflBitlt full srowttai where th
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but effect it wonderful ohangea in the -condition
of tho hair, by giving health to ,
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the hair. ' ' '
Price 60 eta. per bottle. A liberal dedae
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HIGH WARDEN, Ashland, Ashland county, '
Ohio. . ' - - i
January; 11th, 18S3 : . " S4Jt -
Hew Cabinet "Warerooxa
rrHE subscriber respectfully ' announce i
I that he has permanently located himself
in the towa of Orange, Ashland oooaty, Ohio,
where he is prepared to manufacture all kind
of Cabinet Ware, such aa , '
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS, T
Dining rabies. Ventre Tables, -
r! A TV FM tflTTO MFTl !TT A TT? e :
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Country Produce taken to exchange for workr
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