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x . ! .I M U'. 'illLLL ttre5ti"tliMltJ.t - , .And was just lb ewncteet thing I Krevclied above aueen or cottars., -" Tied Willi Vast espanse estriage. ' -- -J. And th fringe weighed rwcaiy artces U i RMr her n't Short, sad rtwli! And her atlk hroead ! onnn : f;r;iltd thi tap! itoi."..' J.T'0.'.i',1 V ... I. I... I ' .f ! , M '""TtalnlJ g'i sad kreh';ef hwiderad, ! her paalavbook kapt Ik atop, t ... . -. All th thing! sb-w wr erderod t,iFrefh:8raiParWaabpp . r,i. P'tl ' ht ,...l!VIl. '' I. ' ' . ' " "' JJ,7,But Out hundred, dollar bonnt-i- ".V...., '.' . i That', tb. gesa I WW, ad 10 lt!-r-.i "' 'dock iBower or things were It, Quit enough to ores Mint. I .(rt'i .... . . ..t v ' -- 0, feaald not bw ward of ;' .. ..... " Whatthepioaepaeioraiid, For th ehapta and shinee anheard of y. Thai war loalieg roaad herkoad. J,1;, Jaadi, and plumes, and (owered laces,, ; '. Vaaoioa more tha. yon could nam, m"m.'Ji ! say. Miss JJbisey's esse . m Bast a rloaea last lb. .... a, i Sow t wander who wilt wear them 1 . I. i P"0 '" ,0 ,,,cn .' ' ... By kta tetta, ha wall m.y apara lUtmi- . Tle tha atillinara that iicscti. .' ' "' All oaf ayes aock tights ara drinking, ' , Coanliug o'ar their coat anew ' , , ' k Ana are break tba Sabbath, thinking, .Whalifwa eeald' wear them tool , -" ont. Drpartmnit. .aTji80BEWENSPABESTT . ..X.Oi'nfi Oli 1 tlial yoiirrallier (. How aioald vail- Make Dae ol languafff no (liv Vgspefrtful t .Yoq tWt Care ! . You will italk aaTnit- nleat, tin maltpr who rreira puii'fc.nu i.wB. were in want, ih cirra. ln'd thWB "ai tint another young man ,iilMQ ten hundred milaa that wi- could fcriKainv'wt would not conseni to take y ou. iWe.ahouliJ b afraid In trim a boy who fa Jiaobodient to liis parenn, who ahowr . 4ittle' reapeel fur hie fathrr.-' A youil ,Vho war. eo aalicy lo hia pareuti we never knew to turn out well.,' lie rrsprcle no body, .If your failierii in the wrong, ami j ou are eerti'n of it, that it no excuse fur aunh language. IMo one will respect you for II.. .fcreryoodv will condemn you. jarrnt alioold lie ireale d with reaperl, nn i.ntier now poor ne may oe, or nuw large hi wmily mv harerrown. ' There ia too liltle respect paid lo paren- 'raraathrthly' it the present day. It rrietoiie to ff9 Jpm .many families, anil .ii'iat ilia lioiruatfa daily used by the rhil rlrau. will," I wonV' "1 ilon'i 1jear,'., ' ile none of your business ; I nm old ennngh ti) know what is right;" and lh4ik, exprraeiojf, are pahifully com ;mr(ir'.f,arg 1irryH,and gTriwn "up' gill eren, do lint hesiiale to give their mothers tit lie,;ilnf break eway from Iheirexpress commands. They will do as they pleas . and go where they have a mind. We wish ajieh, children fi'iild only see how they appear in (he eyes of their arrjiiiiini. ..BCe.anri .if they hare any rlmme, it must flush their cheeks. There i irulh lis weil ns rhyme jn cuuplele by John .lapdolph . : k V Wbr aiakea hia pnrenjt heart to bleed, '4hll kara a child tkat wiH ratenga die deed." . Onejliiiigls eerlain an unduliful tnn ' tm disobedient d.wgliier cannot long prosper, for i season they may appear (VseH lo,rtie''yi of r'iiraViger. ImC their ef wiH aadJwtuUiiwoesa a4e- aoon diseor. ' erecl. and they are despised. A child who fliSobeys hh) parenla will not hesiiale In abuse anybody, -KaUlier age nor lalems IfreieWtiaiTwilfBnrD him '. ii i i -..; ,n'..i 1 ' A 'Child's Influcncx. A liltle child, taughl art the Snnday Srhnol, an in the habit of reading the Scriplurea every evening to her mother, a Roman Calhnlie. The poor woman, though -unable In rend, was so muelt afleeied by 'the i hild'a pro grass aud knowledge of lite Scripture, that ahe was led to ihink fur herself; and after mtteh anxiety and trouble nf mind, she inquired of the clergyman how these things rnuld he whirh. herjiule son had read fur .h(r, first from tlie spelling book and after rewards fmai the" Teatament. However. , her hearl was opened like that of l.ydli ' of old, lliai ahe -alleoded nnlo the thinps which were spoken, while she heard (mm him thsgLid 'tidings nf mlvaiion ihrnngli erueifud, Svioc, She olTrred hrrselTin kt) oaenvber of his church; and she is I'now regular adendani, and has been admitted lo the comrr union. This, is hut anf fact amongst so many, lo shnw thai enrnngh' fhj insiriimehtaliiy of Sabbath - Boliools, the Scriptures are being made i;knownvr, the rgnnvant around ns, and hwulikaanae as lo take courage, end give Jlsiii .Ibet' glory ,Juvtnilt Mitt, Mug. . TfCATH ni a Boy ritoir DaiNKixa Citkr- r Ru -The Worcesiei Tlanseript stales ' that Lew days since a oy nf about fif- (efn yesra, having been turned out nf a t aniit at East Brookfield, procured1 bottle '("pr cherry rum, and in company with "another boy went lulo ihe woody and ' 'drunk nearly tfie whole of it. Oneofttie aWy tsMtedd in gelling hnmr, hut ihe (llrier wlien found waa insonsible, and'died kt ten o'clock the next day. . ( , P'1' Young friends, aa you lore Hfc, un would fvoid deatli) specblly die death I., Una, drunkard, perer taste of ardenl spirila. tt Uiis boy had never lasted cher ...sy itwia ff tiier kind of spiriiiinus MiqWot;' h rould, nok Jure formed Ihe i. habit of drinking, and wouid, not have ''liedthiKiiserabU death. , Mi ft. V . " ' ""' r' 15 m CirtPir,-Kep out 6f bad eom ".fiay. n Tha eoaapanion of fsoh shall be ' atesiroye d."" ' If others wste their lime ''in fully said; sinv arvoid them. They may "be smart, tuf lfly .wilt do no-good; and the may do mud!; harm. ; Had company , .UlUrnin of niany,vfw i those elder than yon. : Keep iwy,fii).njidlers'swear. ' ' erliaaava4sbalh breaker. ;" ' ' e colored population 1 Cincinnati , spC'ik of -argauuiiig a military eompaoy. fmmf now blakt Ua Faiieramla lliaAA ' far Iran the aolMvf laa Wi't Artie, y fl LIGHT tOB ASIM&LS. lVfc ire aften im'pVckicd wil ibo gross nrtym of otherwise Intelligent men in nnl securing abundant light for animal life. I'o ihe animal and' tha plant alike and lo each and tvery human being, light aa we.l sa warmth, is absolutely iiiuiipenaalile. Pul a plant in a cellar and it will grow tip colorless, flexible healllilers. 1'ul it in a dark place, and yet give it air and it will hardly de belter. .. Y el people will attempt to bring up animals imprisoned and housed. In some public remarks we had occssion lo make, we stated that a pig would not rrow. if deprived ol light. We soon after met an old gentleman, and be had lived sixty years without discovering the fact, and the hrsl words ha addressed to ns were," well, yoil told me why my piga would not grow. 1 wo years ago, I pul in a snug place under my barn, six pigs. It was warm hut dark, and ihey were led through Ihe floor. In the apring 1 look litem out and Ihey looker! ItKe rata. They hadn t grown a pound. A larmer of nur acquaintance waa snrr.e lime since driving a mare. We asked him bow aiie became blind, lie told us that lie put her, and !wa other tli'ree yeas olij horses into a perfectly (lark stable in ihe fall.'and in ihe spring, soon after ifiry came lo ihe liffht. ihev were "slnne Wind." These il lustrations show conclusively, that light is necessary to every , living thing. Our fiarns are not light'ennugh. Our homes; loo manv of litem, are too destitute nf light Parents nursue a blind and benighted course, when Ihey enconrage their elm dren in living housed and imprisoned, when ihey encourage Ihem in enveloping their faces under nnpeneiranle vena, leal their cheeks should blister. You cannot blister ihe cheek of a cherry or a peach. Better remrinlier that the ruily glow of priceless healih.and the life nnd anamation that irradiate beauty, cart never exist in perfection, unless in full and free expos ure to air and autl light. Toledo Blade. --I . , ..in ' . i ; ' SOKE nnS ABOUT SHANGH1IS. : Ve copy llrr following from Ihe Sun day Timtt. relativo lo ihe Shanghais : The ordinary varieties of the domes tic fowl are completely overshadowed, literally and metaphorically, by Ihe Shang hai. I.ike Msrcia, the Shanghai rooster lowers above his sex, and like every thing on stilts' in this world, attracts a corresponding degree of admiration. Yel he is a gauky rnlostus, made up 'lamely and unfashionable' as 'shaky about ihe knees' aa he is unseemly in appearance. The Chinese are wonderful people in some respects. Uy a diminuendo process, ihey will reduce you any species ol tree to the sue ,tif , a eabbagcor vice perm, or exag. erats a small bird or animal, by cultivation, to an extratmlinary bulk r altitude. The Basis' of ihe domestic cock ami lien, is we believe, (he jungle cock measuring, when on bis dignity, about eight inches in height, while ihe shambling Shanghai rooster, which never stands upon his dig nity, for ii has none, can feed from the lop of a flour barrel. Size ie the meaa ure of power, oilier conditions being eqnal say the phrenologists. Now, hy litis rule, the Shanghai being six limes the size ol die bantam, ought lo lick said bantam, ' other conditions being equal.'" But ihey ain't The Shanghai is such a poor, spunk less, creature, thai a plucky little pigmy in feather breeches will lliraeh him, in the presence of his assembled harem, in less than three minutes. We speak by (he card, for a neighbor of ours re . rs Shang hsis, and another neighbor ctiltitatrs ban tams, and between lhfl Iwn leathered fami lies there is ill blood. Among ihe orien lal brood there stalks a monstrous rooster a knock kneed, bob (ailed, ungainly nrge with a deep asthmatic crnw, that sounds like the bellowing of a bull calf through a worsted stocking, a gait llial reminds you of lite Kentucky gianu Heiween him and the bashaw of the bantams the rollieions are frequent, bill in all rases the mandarin of ihe Shanghais, after a few ineffectual demonstrations, 'turns . bis tracks and vamosea will) prodigious strides, the ban. lam hanging on lo his short tail feathers. like " Colli Sark " lo Ihe caudal append age of 'I'diii O'Shanter's mare, until the hold lears out, whereupon the i ic-tinr ele vates his crest and indulges in a falsetto eock-a dtislile-iloa V We rejoice in the iriumpns n prginyism over gawxyism; for the fact is, the misbegotten celestial hss a ije habil of crowing with all his mighl cwy len minutes or so from S o'clock A.M., till daylight, and htnee our hatred of Shanghais. We hope' that when the Chinese rerH-a reach Shanghai, ihey will annihilate the breed." , KicarKO- UoRiis. It occurred to me thai a recipe published in your paper fur the cure of kicking burses, might be of much service In persons afflicted - wilh stirh dangerous animals. The operation lo be commenced as follows, to wil; Pul oi headstall or bridle, with twisted V, or twisted sirsighl bills in ihe mouth of the horse to be cured J then put on a common back-sadtM', with thill lugs, or any airap or girth, with Inopa on, eiilief aide of (he horsei, ia equally good ; then buckle a pair of long reins, open in the middle, into the bit la, and pass idem through ihe thill lugs or loops ; one to each hind leg, above ihe fetlock joint, there make each rein faal to the leg, allowing uffieienl length of rein for your horse to walk or trot, ae the ope rator may think proper." Kvery thing eurn plete,you will have lite animal commence ihe wperaiion nf kicking the first will be a smart kick, the second lighter, and to on till year hone cannot be made to kick any more , By the above meihod many now worthier hone may be made valuable. Maint Ftrnttr. A bearer of despaicher from- nfexic has arrlv4f Wasrllntfort'.' The .intelli gence he brings, - nol already , anlicipafcd, is sain ay v iwyvvaiir ..f'. d .j .i ' ' ii-.e. KATTEBS .OH TEX' lAKFIO BIDE, , i 3tcr,day;a mail, brought,.. ua a tile of Oregon papers, of date to tha ttttih Novv From ibe Spectator, 6f Oregon City, we Minn .am At Ml. Pleasant farm, on the 30ih hf R" R- Kde. Mr. Haf rison StavaM "1 M Emily E; Pjarce, daughter of G. C. I'earee. late ol Cinain Two immig""' faniiliea bad juai arri ved a few day before he left the Dalles. They broughtj'np the rear of ihe immi grants. They had been induced to cross Snake river shove fort llnlse, and while traveling on lhat aide, the Indians elole all their slock. From that time ihey had (n travel on foot ( and there Were several small children among hs number.' - For subsistence ihey had lo depend upnn the benevolence of ihe Indians, ihe Cayttses principally, who gave litem Salmon and other Indiana muck a muck, sufficient to keep them alive until Ihey gol amnng the whites. ' . . A Sinoula Tana. Seven miles (rom Oregon City, there ia a species nf ever green tree, which abounds, plentifully, of a character altogether peculiar. It ia lluia described; " " ' ' ' ' 'The tree varies in high! from one io seven feel the leaf resemble lhat of Ihe near, while Ihe trunk and branches look like those of ihe orange tree. The tipper i side n ihe. leal t tlltnly coated With a gum having ihe appearance of -ml, anil of the consistency of honey. Handling (hem causes the gum lo adhere slightly to the fingers.! The guin, aa Wejl as the fear and bark, are highly odorous. .The fragrance which ia quite strong1,' resembles that of Bergamo! or ripe fruit, and a few leaves ara suffieienl to perfume a mom. 1 A leal, fully wrapped up in paper, aoaa lobe en tirely concealed,' Was handed to everal persons, with a request that they Would tell, by the smell, what it was.' All ex pressed? themselves highly delighted with its fragrance, hut gave different answers ss lo its character. .Somejaid ihat.il. smell ed like ripe pears ; some that it was Ber gamot while others thought it amelled like ripe apples': 1:-The- .ftowfrS teaembles that of the white Jessamine.", i . . . CAI.TFQRNlA. 'J , . 6n"r filprt are'- full,- and many of their iidms interesting. , .'.,.. SujiiiaA ExPKttitinn. We understand, says ilie Alta, lhat a force, lobe composed of one thousand men, is already partially organized fur Ihe purpose of prodeeillng to Sonora in the course' oi two or three weeks,, ( -. , . , , t..( ,, Prooress. The Alia learns thai a gen tleman of San Francisco is making prepa rations to proceed wilh a printing press arid type for the purpose of establishing a newspaper at ihe head quarters o the ar my in Lower California. ' -" r ,.-. ..t,t 'Qi-Anfzr The Gras Valley' Teteifmph says thul ihe Auburn' Hill Quarlz Mining Company have realized Iroin one week'a work in cnishing, the sum of $13,950 73. Sixty tons of rjuarlz al their mill, yielded nearly four thousand three hundred dollars in Iweoty-four hours' crushing. : ,i It has been suggested, say the San Francirco Herald, lhat ihe exhumation ol female bodies from Ihe Cemetery, which has produce.! so much excilemenl in our community, has been done by French bar bers, for the purpose of obtaining the hair nf Ihe deceased. Th horrible practice Is not nnusnnl In Paris. - . . MORMON AFFAIRS., , A letter hi llio Orrfnnian, dated Great Sail Lake City, Sept. 17, says i We mel a rusly, dusty immigration, and smelt lite stench of tbir dead cattle for miles, all agree, however, that nnl only was trie Immigration smaller this year, ban lie suflcrii g much less. Not mnre lhan 1,400 wsgnna entered Oregun, as well as I coiilil estimalp. but many cattle. ' After leaving Furl Hall, we had a pleas' am ride of two and a hs'.f days to lite first Mormon scltlcmenls, and lo watermelons I On account of anticipated troubles wilh the Indians, ihe people have collrrled inin forts, so calle I, or tillages of abodea built closely round a small plan. Though ihe absence of wood makes the country lo'ik bare, ret every where are lite evidences of an industrious peorrle, in lire stacks of hay and grain, and great piles of yellow "some pumpkins," and the abundance of oilier vegetables. The absence of wood ss a building material, givea ihe houses of slicks and mud raiher a hut like appear ance ; but these straclnrea are being rap. ijly replaced by good abode edifices, v The city his the look of a great col-l-ciion nf small farms, esch lol being large and cultivated in crops; all having the air of ritaiie plenty i The city ia magnificent ly laid out, with poble broad sireels well kept. 1 lie alctrt, rugged mountains in the distance, seem to wall in Ihe valley sad separate, the Mormons, with all llicir doc trines, from Ihe real of the world. They are building an abode wall 19 feel high around the ten acre lot in ilie centre of the lawn, in which ara the foundatione of ihe temple and the completed tabernacle or mecling honse, a plain, large .and nral monir holding 1.&00 or 3.000 persons. Tho council house and posloffice are good stuccoed structures ; all of these doing grral credit to the energy of the people. Brother Hrigham Itvea in a neat whits eottage, wilh a "double coachhouse," but is building a fine new house. - There is nn doubt of his Having about 30 wives, and that sometimes several of them gi to church in air omnibus hut aa all these things era part of a religions system, all things ara conducted decently and in or der.' ant slopping with a plain bal re' epectable family, tke daughter of which, a fine yonng woman, is one of the 25 spiriu al wives of Kimball, tha second in com. mend. Hhe aayr aha tinea not perceive much' difference between spiritual and other wives. They have discovered tvnd coal in this immediate tirWiiir,ard art abundance of jron ore in- the southern part of ihe tern wry. fney are laimngol raiiroaas, ott. Dringliam Young i evidently a very able manv vi' !.". .-:ci t--s'iM . IflCTITCG HOWS AlMANAeltooiF" MM a;?!?!?!?,?;?1 E Jaa. 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' , Having lately made large additinna to our u ortment of Job Maleriala, we are Row prepared to execute all kinds of ' ' ' PLAIN ASH PANCY JOB PEHTTING, is tjle that cannot be anrpaind hv aft evlab liihmeut ia thia or adjotaing couhtio, aad at the lott possible pricee., All kinds of , XJIVKTIS; X3XIXXs3, will hereafter b kepi conataatly on Hand) tad for Sale at thia Office. ' m, 3ol)tt5 & Alien's dtolumn. Dcnlors in nil kinds of IRON, NAILS, GLASS AND DOOKS A NNOUNCE to the citiiont ol Athland Co. J thatharinir purchatod Ihe bunincu of H. Luther k Cn.Uicy inteiul adding to their itoclt, during 'Ihe preieiit week, complete aiiort mentof " i Tools, Building Materials, House Fur- Biihii.L7.and Coach d 8tdd)er'o Hardware, all f which they invito' the attention f Fanueri, Heehaaiceand Houae-keepera, and recommend it ..cm.... .ny ....on.nmcn. . uo ai.u.o i . r l: j : ( tbeconotrv Ashland, Not. 53, 'IS3. S7-tf. " JOHNS &ALLEN," HAVING recently added to ttioir atock of Hardware, sve now oifering for tale, cheap aa can be purchaard in Ohio, 60 boxej aiai, White'a, Uunt'i, Water'i, Da rif and Quinoa, all ol' which are warranted; ' 15 dot. Aalet'ootl Jlowlmd'a ittol aod eait ah ore la) 6000 Ibf, Loff. cable, trace, baiter and cow chaina) . . , 3U do. Mill, troiicul, Hand.riBitel, nip and Wood lawi of the beat manufacture. 609 dot. Table Knivci nnd Furke. J. b A. inrite tho attention of hooae keepera to their atock of Table Furnitare, particularly na it ia much better Hiao la uauaiiy told in u oun try. ' ' i . . ' ; 60 dm. Rural, Cottage, and Store Door locka. 100 doa. common Jatchca, with aud without bolta. . 12 pa. Oil floor cloth rich colore. 23 do 6-4 coameU'd clntlt. Terr bearr and cheap. o do green, black and col'ti no. 20 doa amootbing irons. aelfheating and com mon. . - 100 doi.'Butchoi'a Glee, ueorttd from 3 to 18 iachce. 150 doach'tclt-a-fiirming, morticing and cor ner. 60 dos Farmer'e chieela bad googea. 12 doiUraia, block Tin and wood Cocke, to, icrew or drive. , 100boieifvaif8!)T 10 to 24 by 40. . 30,000 lightaiaah, all aiiea. . . 600 Iba putty in blnddcra -. i 60 ton beit Juniata Iron. ' 10 tone beat do naila. Call in gentlemen, don't be afraid of the 'Xew Firm, you ahall be treated t.t kindly aa ever. Wot. 2, 1H33. '4 JUST EECEIVED! 1000 lbs. aasorted sues lad Pipe. 1000 - " " bmoulbiuj Irons. 1000 " Rtrap Hiages. " i 1 00 Cows Chains. 600 Yards Waterproof ClolW . 1H0 Kris Puie Wlnle Lead. . 100 Gallons best Kpcrm Oil. 100 No. I. Lard till. 100 . -," , '' ' Linseed Oil. 100 I j"' ' ' . " Tarnsolios. "M " No. I. Furniture Varnish 30 " I.Coacb- " 100 Doiea Class all sise. 500 lbs. Putty. . . " 5000 Lights Hash". ' ' 11100 lbs. I'oinp Chain. . 1000 feet Pine Tubing 50 Vlieela,eonip-lotetf . AIjWQ. Anvils, Viees, Mellows, Tfammcrs, Sledffes, Rasps, Files, Pincers, lee, ec. Allot' which we on" r lower lhan can be had any where in Ibia pari of the Hiate. Apply to JOHNS It ALLKS. Adjoiniiii the Dank. December 31, ISMi n3l If. , , Tiarlsl J, Itllllavtlt Mafutrtr . SrviAf-t. U ul all qiialil ... Alto V, a. iia 4 tilled Ntevl, Cast Htrel, llari Harl.y aud Miuere Fork. I'liy Vlllt, Sew York. Fur sale, Wliolmaleaed Krtail.tijr our only Atrnt., JOIINg It Al.l.KN. Hardware, iron ana nail uaaier., adjoining, the ana. ... (Uast. Cl Ktr.j H V. Btrdlnsiloa, jr4Sulra(7ri. OSS' riff Stytr4, Llltleluu. Sew Ifanip.ljira, .far 'M M'til. Mnnltlnt, wish tlie ellisen. nf A.ht.ntl countr. to rrmemlxr that thei can at all time, iiml our Scythes fur sale at the Hardware Store of uiir oniy aulnnniM Afenu, JOHMS & Al.l.liN. jure. , aijn l aujuimni li . naua. . , F'snlaacv A Nhrrrauii, ....vl.r. o.Si, J .rf, Mii44. ire . Alnt.li.M. Ohio. Urde.a m- celved hy our Aneim in Asluand. liic. as, mirj jiiiibh ai.i.kj. adjointus Ihe Hank. Cardner sV W'nlkrr, nnltri la Onrilm, nm ai rimr tiUi. Akron. Ohio. A run. slam supply cau always be rouud with our Akius in asaiauo, JUIIRN at AI.kK.JI, llKe, S, Jilt , adjoining the Hank. Barnhlll'a Pntrnl Torn Plnntrr.m.n blactared hr McHnval A I:.. IMevelan.1. Ohl,,. A supply (or Iblacuuuly will be Innnd at Urn armcv of . . JII1INK A AI.I.K.N. Pea, is. S?n v., '- nnjomtna Hank. Grirrnti A Crvr-ra, Cnncavs wl Cs'ltiTa. Iff Tclbfur sal. Wholesale and Ktlall al Ilia aseneyof JOHNS 4 Al.t.Kfl. ; toes. Mtf adjnlnlui tke Huikt f (Crklle1 Axes. A large stock on hand, ; also v V a srral variety of other makrra to he had al the Hardware Nlore or the A(ant. JOIIXSeY Al.l.KN. - (lies, aw.au.) ., aajuialin ike Hank. .1 Tolsae eV Allen, helnf Aeul. for a arret nnm. bar ofMakera or Tool, of all deacjlpt Ions, wish the pencil, of Aahlane, and al)ntnlag flouati.a to re member that lb... can buy such arllcU. chesprrnf thero tha. Ihey can. laawtiere. Tlielr.totei.aujnia in the Hank. tUec. SH. frit JOIIWH A1.I.1.N. Jaws BaM-wlrvd. Frmcti Celt Hklaa, lltlit and kMvy Lining Nklaa, VachlMat, Hronud, Hlue, Oreea and Pink Culors, Cork Sul.s of all sites, Hunt wbb. Wax, Threart, Bristles, Awls. Pen, shoe Knives, eve. are.. - A.pty at the AVnry of ... iuec.atj.uiij joHnnai ai.ik.i' Fran k Haa Fir In.aornnr rampanf, Haratofta, 5e Ynrk. Callal t!MNi,(HW. Iimure avofwrty oa lernu aa liberal aa any other flrat elate retponalble company. Appllcaliona received hy our Agent fe-V,Mtf T. JOIIUH. Office l John e Allen' Hardware "tor,' adJoa Inf tbe BaNh ' . - -v . q..-... 111,11 Ave. 171" . w ' ; ; 'i 'i i' , ol 1 1 Ban , iri ih . r i . hi.. 1 ..ii 7 s Oct. johhs&aliei,:, ayvvvswvwS)WvAay ... raart MaeUng' of EtockMderi of the AllMlNElUIL-IlUADr'. M the Siortof JL Set i ":.' Savan- " nah, tfshlttttd County, Ohio:, - ;, i TilR ubscribers' would roapeotriiy onnlm nca, hat. Ihey sve just recoiveil by ipro, ,ia addition to their former cildniive aasollnioiit, the choiccatandBestseJoctod , TOC K O F; W K W COO ft S, 1 eves brought to Ihia market, embracing ever va. rioly of Staple and. fancy f)ry Gooda, Groceries, Hardware, Tin Ward, Woodenwara, Iron, Nails, (llaii.,&c.,Jio,, .This is to place to buy your cheap, , , .'i ' . ';,,,. '; . .'?.',v. - FANC YDKESS GOODS ,':., at which we havo a lurpe anrtmcnt; (omitting of Cheimicits, Underulocyoi, Collars, a great va riety of Bonncti nnd Hiliboni. Ouraiiarlmaatof WINTER CLOTHING, eoniisting ol Cloths, Caaiimeros, Tweeds, Jeana, Ilita and tips,' Booia, tlhoet and Sole Leather. eanm.1 be turpaiied.' We have also a large sup ply of Sugira, 1 eas, Grnccnei and Medicines. tVecan clothe you il needy, food you il hua erv. and cure vou it you ate siok i and that, too at nricei that will distance all eomnotition- Call and see us, and you win oe convmceu mat ours n n " o'er trim tnle." " '' " ' '' Wa do not claim to. lie poasosicd ef Ilie gift of llio muses, and not tumog siudied tno vocabulary of Billingsgate, (if we wore disposnd to use it,) we cannot treat our customers lb a literary dih, or eivn a dLicrintinn of the workings of his Sa tanic Majrtty, the Devil, as some of our would-be-brethren in trade, havo done. Suffice il to say, we pity Inn man who, bnennae his own conscience eondcinns him, supposes, like Cin of old, that " every man's hand isagainst.iim,"and, at a con sequence, his must bo aguiniil every man. Persons living in glass houses, should not throw stonus. We deem it unneceiaary end oeneatn ua, to no tice the manv vilesnd oalumninua "yarns' which have originated in the cranium of some brainless scamp, and been circulated against us. Wo defy all IIOKOSAtU.X COMPRTITIOIf. . . The highest market price will bo paid fur the bcstquality ol Butter. Also, CASH PAID FOR TORIti i All kinds-of Country Produce taken in exchange Tor Goods. ' h, , bee a w. Savannah, Dec.SS, 1813. nSt.4w. GOOD NEWS FOR THEjyilLLION!! . ' ROBERT IIcMAHLAN . 4 PPRAIiKtothepfople! He tliinkf li hi aricht J. todemaml a fair IitiaiinR. lie aiki uomore.aiia Ann't rsi villlnsT to unbuilt to anythinc leu. Ha hi opened up, in tlie Htore lioom formerly occoplrd by MtiRgrftViC at uuaunau, iuaiusCDaisa.iucji ui ww aud itmiioiiao.e SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS To whidft helntitft the attvnHonof all thofCwhO wear clot ben. and rat rood, lie uuei notice, wen npil in pft intft iiiivlhiiiir likedetaili. Tlicr are nu' type tiiHletnitln tlie eountr toenunierate hip entire tuck. He will merely ay that be bae lheweit ml moatbeautflui tyleof sjiif h linianf . ueraveR. dich niiKH. uwni, ivni ".tu,,, mnS ilull u.ortm.al olall Hie new UIjiici. . in me way oi READY MADE CLOTHING an.. ninth. Canlmerc, VMtltiKa and PttpleUood hia atock will compare with any ever brought into he countr. (iroecries, Hardware Crockery, Hals, n,l Ran.. Rnnlaand Shoes, nonet, and Ktrsw Ooodi Umhrellasand Paraanl.in great quantity nd vane, tr. Allofwhlrh will be sold al cllrrmfly low pri ces for Heady Pan Also, FI.OtlR BVTIIF. BAKHK.I, from the Jeromevllle Mills. Horn, Fish. Halt, f All klndsof '-' tikcu lu cschange lortoods,at the liijlicst marcel rates. TTT!f. H My rnmpctltors say flisl It ls"old ennda" lhat I am selliii" hflre. This I. a mistake. ihev wilt learn til aoud Uuic.. Mv namerntia custO' nier.. who crowd mv sit re. llailr.can a"snrr tlieiu that I acll only NEW goods at l!.7 NliW I'HII 'KSU l Tlie eiiods IniylnK people oftlie town of Ashland anil victnily, have evhihited a ready disposition lo rally uudertheneie banner el.awsjoodaaiulsnrprrceal "Forever floattlial standard sheet! ' When lirealUes liie fue but (alls before lit" , K.McMAIIAX. Ashland, May 13, 1R.-.3 SStr , , , rAKi:n si m.ivai in the ii.idi:i A Great Knock-Down! .:'( Sot ait f Wt:rjufr. bat in th price l . i.ootlI YOU mny talk olrout the ecrimniaffe between the Turks and Kuaaiiini, and the "real (if miinkiodt" but it dot-rot brgin tn erjtiol the "war of eiiermiaation which T.C. Bui h m-ll ianow wa ging a.iinat hia kiph-pricsd coropetitora. lie is now receiving a liujije anortment of NEW GOODS OF NEW STYLES! ii addition to hit lormnr itnck. w hich he will acll at much lower prieet than could be afforded ear Iter in the ap-nuil. He haa no leading articlea, but will ioll lua atock on average, at the lowcit poiaiblo pricta. The unprecodoiitedandtinrival. od anieaoftiia oatabliahinetit apeak lomJcr than all the humliiiu advertiacinctils which hare ben thrown out Imfore the public by CASH hTOHKH, CIIKAP 8T01lW,lic.. t f';if ' I He would partirulnrlv call the attention ofthe public to hia large Mnck of . READY-MADK CLOTHING! n of hia own miimfactnrf, all nf which iawarranted to the pii'chnanr. nt n iece tlmt cannot be under Bold. AH are invited to cull and examine hia etock. Htscing ir oolioviog nono ahall doubtbut thotto who ace lot. T.C. nUSHNKI.L. Ashland. Orcr-mlxir, !?.13. 2m30 New Hardware Store!! T" ,n..n01CE, prencnta hia regirdi to all of III me Aid rrnihfrii(ffi wiieu.m tne ittmao ul II. I.uilior, 8c to( and wishea it diatinctly ua dentontl lint lie c ir. be found at aM tunce at his eitnbliohniRrt nn Main Street, in the room Pr merlynnciipicd by M. Kellnjjjr. ready and willing tn attend to the wunta nf ull. and purpoaea keeping Hiirdware in"U its brDchea TOOLS OK AM. DESCRIPTIONS, Kuildinff Mnterinln,' Houh I'urrtitliini Gomltt. Ti bte nnd Pticknt Cuilcry ("'ruuinif. I''rmrr Chi tela and nes. Broad liiutd and Chopping Axea, Adaca and other nd(e Toota, ! 1 1 ' IUON, NAILS, US!?( S.VSH ; nnd Putty, Millx Cut, Mind, Pannel, Uip and Wood Snws, n Inro nmortmcol. Ilracoa nnd Ilita of a 1 1 ilefir ripttoti, Ploiirx, Hi its, t.ftitri, Co n tund Rntfwood, llutchor'e lnr lUaneandfika of nil dcacripliuna. f.on, Cohio, Trace and Cow, ciiaina, lioclji, i.ilcUf,liutH nnU orewa, Nad Irnna. Strait itinera, &r, Ilench and Khinfflo Knivrs.Ptmip Chain, Tubbinti and fiitnrce, Dniaa niio rrceJam Ket'lua Ke. icoftp nitoveia, hhov ela and Tnnsa, Lnad Yirrt llir Lead, Zinc, Gun Itarrela, Lncka, Trimminga fee., - - BAM.KHY -HARDWARE. - Co.icliTdmnlinf lil'.asmeled sad MnarOll Cloths Cheap, Miuotnakoie lindioifs ate., Points, Oilsi Vnrnisiies, Varnish and I'iiint llriishe., Pnsf Brushns, llnnd Bellows. Corn Tunaler., .Hleel Springs and Alios, Malleable Iron, bras. Bands, ate., tec. . Spice il not sufficient to enumerate all the ar tielea, but call aid buy at the Cheap Hardware Btoro- , ; . i . n, P. BOICK. A.hl.nd, be, s'lh, IRAS.' 3.lf. Chance for a Bargain f , TCI till 1Atl Maaa a aL , ,,j -f IMO, anbtcrlb eflfare hie Farm Toranlo aitua 1 ted in Uranee townaliia, Aahlaed coantr. four milea onrth o"(Athlajid, The farroooDaia'tr ot uit atrre aim wen watwren, wttn (mmrorta Wo dsvellinfr, and apoa It la a ehoiea And a bond ant variety ot all Modi ot fruit and alaoof timber : ' ' JOHN Ft'lsMKR B.a I... At ICCI f . , fltiaa. i . I a s9llJinUv a 'f HW( S ul Sv a I. M4A t'tin it. S ; Carter's Spanish Mixture TflK CJlEAT 'PUItlFIEa OF THE BtOO.D1, NOT A PARTICLE OP MERCURY A ft lnfalllMf Bfmcily fnr Scrofula, Klntti Evil v-Htienmstlsm-.-oiittin naie--Potanecms1!rirptloinl, Chronic Nitre Kyc-.Jiluit Worm or tetter, Hcald Hp ad, KiilarRCineiiL and Pain of the UonM and Jointa, Stub born Ulcera, Syphflltlo iiianwlori, I.uinbngo, Npinat uomyiainjp. nu it ;ueaiei auBinRirnqiannjiiui. eiomi u.' ol 3n.utv,Jii4)rutlfciv a Uit.or lniu(i-. ly of the Blood. Tina vaniaai meaieine, nnicn uaa Deeoma oanora- tcd lor tlit n unib or. of exUaoidinarT curri effected tiiroiiRirtta agpttcy, hit inUticed tho praprietora, at' me uigvot rcqeii oi meir intni", io oner it to tne uojic, win till tney u niu) iua utmo-i cnnnuence in m'vtrUiea aA wooilerrui cMratlve i-toprrtrea. Tin followiiin curtilicalca, iclcctetl from a Urge number, are, however, aliougcr testimony than lbn mere word of ibo proprietor! J are all from peiitHmtn wall known in tlitir localiliKa, and nf the hkglieat res pec taliititf. many of theni re Biding 1n the city of Kicb- nmnu. va. , '..' i - t i ; sii F. toYDKR. ra., oritift KTcnanee Hotel. Kirhmono. known eTtry where, aay be haa wen the Medicine callftl i'arlar'a Spaaiah MiKluia administered in over a hundrrd caoen.in nearly all the diiranen for which It la re com mead l, 1ih U muat ai4rjiilihln)y gnod rt auitw. tifi naj a h ia me moni efuaorumarjr mcoi- Ine he haacvrrneoit. Auvm in a FavHt-OaiAT Cuaa-4 Iwrrtty certify that for three yean I had Ague and Fever ofthe mont violent a c rum on. in an levcm rnymriana, trroa laife tinautlUai iof Quinine, Mercury, and I believe ail l)fl IOIUCI aaveninnii, inu ru tviinnuiany prrm nentrelitjt. At lart I trlfld Carter'a Ppanlh Mixture, two bottles of wlilcU effectually cured me. and I em happy to fay t have hnA neither CMUh or Pevrr tiuce. 1 ronviiler it tho beat Tub It in the world, aad the only. medicine that ever reacbea my eae. JOHN lOEtai)SK.11 C. H. I,tu k, Kutj., now In tlie city of RIcHmond, and Tor many yoera lo tlie I'oKOfllca, haamch'confldence in the nti'Uirtiine ftricacy of Carter 'a tauUih Mi.tr ture, that he ha hoRKht upwartlg of 50 bottle, which be han Rived awy to the olllicted, . Mr, Luch taya be haa nrvcr known It to fail when taken according to direction. Y' (l Dp. Mikuk. apraeticini; Phyplrlan, and formerly of the City Unici. in the city or Hichmond. aavt ho na wttnewtieit In- a numher o( inntanae the effoeti ef Carter's ntgiinh Mixture which were raott truly eur priln(t Hb ayaln a cae or Consnmntlnn, depend- ii i on ine iivi, mr goom-enccia were wonocnui in- Fxnrtt. M. PaMR,oftbeflrm'Wfriririi'r4 Vof- rli. Hichmond. va cured of Iiivar Comnlaiut of 8 yiara taiid)HK,Yy the ue oi two bottlca of Carter Span! tli Mixture. - .'- : 1 ii a at Ci;ni of PraofPM, The Kdttora of the Rtrhmond Hepohliean dad k arrvaiit employed in tlieir pren room, Cured of vlohnt Hcrofula, pnniblned with Hhetiruatifim. which entirely diallcd him from work, ' Two bottle of Carte ira Kianlh Mixture made a per led core of him, and the Bditoraui a pub lic notice, nay tney cnecnuny recommettu n io a who are aitlicted with any dlaeaae cf the blood." , ' iStill AneTiixa Vvnz or Hi rofitla. I had a vet' TBlnablebnT cured of Hcrnfuke; bv Carter'a Pnanlnl Mixture, i emiritUjr it truly a valuaMe. nrdtcint, Jauica M.Taylor. Conductor ou the K. P,.R. K, i;o., iitcnmnne. va. - HALT HHKM OP CO TEAR!! STANDING C0RHD-. Alr.JotiN rnnm-noH, renidinff in the citr of Hicli- mond. waaeiirt-d by threo botllea of Carter' Ppanlub Mixture, of Malt Jfheuui, which be bad neaflyttV year alio wan n an ihe piia-iciaiii ot the city viuia not cure. Mr.Tliompnon la a writ known merchant lit ine cny oi nicuuiouu,, ya,a ami itu cure ia woai re- : Wm. A. Marnttwa, of Blalwiondliad a aetvant cured of tSyphuin, in the worat lortn, by Carter'a Jpaiilh .Ml.vtLre.' He rtaya hi cheerfully reconnnenda It. and wmilderf tt au invaluahle medicine. , Kit tiAftn K Wbht, of Kirhmond, wa cured of Hcrofula, and what Plyician rallert ennflrmed con- aumptlou, by, three kottlea of Carter' Mpaniah Mix ture. Ho win BrRTAK, cemmlantaaer of thorevantfeaaya he han aeen the good cPtctn of Carte i'i hitauiab Mix ture in a numher of Hyphilltlc canea, and saj i It ia a iwift'Ct cure for that horriblp diteana. t ' ' V m. (i. lUrtwooo, of li'icl-mond, cured of Old trtrer ano uicera. Which dialed Dim frnio walktnft. Touk a li w hotlk-flor Oarter'a Snaumh Mixture, and w enabled to walk without a crutch, iu a abort time permanently cured. 1 I'lincijial l"iitH at M. ap Ct-oaa 5t Co,, No. 63, maiden Lane. KlW Vorh. T. W. Dvott At Hon: Mb.'-US. Kortb M Street Philadelpliia. HaaNKTi v ..mr: n. 12.1. Ma n Htreet. Ktclltnona, ViiL'inia. 1 i -r . And fur aale by It. H. Citrnn, Atliland, II. H fiec, A L'o., navanna, J, KkatutHiKR, Ifayeaviiie. J. iinrt a Jcrumcville, ANOkRa'-atk Kwa, toutonville. aud Itealt-ra in Slediclnea every where, Jan. IrvilViiIU ly : 1 BALDUESS CURED. ; , ' Emerson's American Hair Tleslnrollve. ' IOR ros tori nn the Hair oa liesds hop.lnsly ' ttaJil.and to Jirevent the hair I'rom I'alliss, is winning poldi n opinions from persons who sre ininff II. This is a new article, recently Intro duced to Ihs public, and will stand on it swn raerils. some ol llio lies' cltiseas ol Cloyolsrul and Pittsburg, who were hopelessly bald a fow months since, have now the evidence 6n 'their heads lo shew ol ils merits.' The proprietors have such confidence in it that they authorise their agents to take honds on giiarantoee price to be agreed upon between the parties. ', "' . .-' Agrntt, " : , ,, C. Jr. J. Ilirisa. t ... ' . s .ft , . ' , N.S.Sahmcll.I . :. ' IlAVrs KisKraora,Hayesville. . C. B. KIHIIKIl h CO., Proprietors,' ' ftTfSuperiorst.fCleveland.Ohio. May 15, 13. ly "... r.i'-- s WAYNE, An eminent Physicina of Philadelphia, Ims Riven tn tho world llio benefit of his experience by preparing remedies suitable lo almost 1 eyory ilisesse. 1 . : 1 Dr. Sirnyne's Compound Syrvp of Wild Cherry, (or 'curing Vovghi, Colds, " , Consumption, and all (liscasra , , , . . of the throat, nRKART and 1 - ' " LVNOS. i '' ' Dr. Swaynt't yttmifitp', For destroying Worms, ou ring Dyspepsia, Sc. Dr. Swayiie't Sugar Coated Sanupa. ' , .twrf Tar fills, . , 1 A' gentle purgative and alternative Medicine fbreuperior to the Pills in generafuse. 1 ' Dr. Sieayxtt't Cholera Morbut Diarrhaa oii'H'Mi and Dyimiery Cordiatl '' 4 auvar i.ihiik rvnimiy. A frest supply just received by, , . It. 11. Chubb, a Co. SUlTIIIiKEAN II.LUSTKAL. Or Groat Western Hair Restorative t Ir promotes the growth, softans, makts per manent, and rost'irea the natural color of the bur. It gives health to Ihe skin and to the glands wkielt saras'hsr hair t ranovaa all Sewrf, parf drulf, Kruptinns and .I'evcriah Heat from Ihe scalp. It. fastens hnir, prevents baldas-s, sad even nauseas Kill gronth wliain Uia hair liasiaU len oft'. It contain, tio Coloring' mailer, but. af-' feels its wondcrnil changes in tha condition of tho liair," ly gl'ing health to the (in of the head, and glands which form tho hair. '";: Price riO cts. per bottle. ' A liberal deduction made tn wholesale purchasers. Address J. IIHillWAIlDKN, Ashland, A.hland eonntVjOhio. January, llth, IM3., , .,. , . , 8l". TKWIS li r'LETCIIKItS'Veget.-ble Compound J for Ihe cure ol tyillpayior 'its-a recently: discovered Invaluable Medicine, purely tegeta-' bio, lor the cure of line druadliil dien. Jupt received and for sale by It. II.CIIUIIH It CO. 'it , 1 . Druggists, Ashland l. k' FRKSII supply of WriuM't Mian Vtgelabh IY PHI; s standard Kngljsh Modicinrtit'or tha rovenlion anil euro of disease, to,. aid ,and imp, prove digestion and purify the blood. For sale t ih... n... . U.mm In A.lil.hll. h HOLLA H. CHUBB It CO.( H June tt, I85S. "'.,.. NOTICH TOTAX FAYKltS). NO MONK. V will heroaftov he received br, Tsieshyme other than Gold and Silver,' and the Rills of Solvent OHIO Rinks. This ir by order ef Ihe State Tree surer.' J. W. BOYD; '" 9. li j'u.ii .j.'.'.i frrnnrir f Atklant C. ''' Pee. 7, 18BJ, is .tr. ""iltciiuuics. ;i i ' I Bnis'Xi'tTvrAt;;t:s-totU'i!i ni'irl tliA V1 I .Vt . HHf (y the ii)lbMsyi'ebraryi:.U. t864,b,,i J (w.eea the Soars oi tea, q ciscsi a. M, no) rour o1cldckl.M.afihe aoutlrd6oi'bf'thb Cdun' iltftlier. In tha towii of AchlandOodrtty'of.Aahui lead aad flfaM orabidivdirbenlliaAeiMgli 1 biddor;.tho folluwiug (leal (tatc, a tho prupei- ty ol laalab Crouto, deqeaaed, to witi ' ' Situate ifL aitif 'AiHIantt Courftyind being in thtmrtlWr eatt eoearorioftlw utb-rBtl quarleri, of awtinpo twotityvCLght, Town ah ip vyanty-tbioe, and anro alaleen.and being otflvon porcboa, Irohi lortbto oath, hird aboai lirtYerch(j from eaaf M -woaf' oonuiiting fotir ncroa oat rod aad ua porehaaflf oacpptin a part oi-the caat And sold and eoededu by John Kluko to Christian Hugh, and laewie a ' i.J a,- U -1-. f.sit AaaVlssasf ' Q airip auppoiou iu no rvn isjvjsj iiiiiiv vi cleaC atony the'oullieidool aaid lft,'bcflt wr and encumbered by ibe widow'i tjower, ol eight-j een dollaraojie poiiUo her nnpuall duriag bar ; D-llU ttl lire, Wie nri pnymxiii 10 uo iiiuuo wii ihj lat'dav of Jttly' 1854, and aanniMy rjitlHofat1 dsy oi .Janntir tbarfaaeri.,Apf raiacd ( TrVf0 Term ol alo; onfttMrq caainnnaga..one iniro ( in one year, and the rcaidue,ii two yoara, with intereat from the day T tiato; bad pay men t a to bey . aetored b a aaortgage on the preirniaoiMi ft, n i) ,H-fi'o iirt.Lrj!-'-tv;'fAM' "vr;r: t , 1 Adm'r orlsaieh Crouaa. decM. 3firtii.iry imh, ISfi4. Val'fiisrVri isaT WtA uaLSaTtT 'a- aa tat n V ' ' T1 -'fTATe or Omo, - rr.i a aiv m v rvs.auau juaii ll'J-Jt'lj Aaniano uounty, a. ,i , MOLLY'KRAMKR, flemy Kramer, Klllahelti Yaf ger, John Yarpar, Margaret Jumitar Raran Du ' Rie, Moichid uunkie, Naran liettiuger, Helena Het linger, Lydia Hettinger, George Hettinger, Carolina Hettioger, Henir HatUnger, Itaty Magdaleua Het tinger, Andrew ITelilngor, Sarah Hetliuger, Nophia iieiuiiger, Joan Hetttnger, 1'avit HeltfiiRery Fhtli Hettinger, Catherine Helttuger, David Weaver, Wil- ( liam II. Weaver, .'a in en W. Weaver, Karab Jj Weaver J oh a Weaven Calharln Hara, Jybnilart, lyftt Ovin Henry Over, Jacuh Hettinger Hetting er, and Mary Ann Hettinger, will tmVe botiee, tlrat V petition waaaiea agaiaaittiem la Hie rpbate,Lourj of the County of Ashland. Oh in, on the third day of January 'A. D. 1RM, by Philip K(Mhtnd-Oeorge Ktri' ex jciituraof the taat will and teatament oiMecob HeU, linger.decraaed, aettlngrorth among other tmiigi that aaldJaoob Hettinger died aelu-d in fern 1 mpto the, fullowiiig reai KuLato, to wit;. Tlie aoutbliajf, pf thfV. north east quarter orection number eleven, towif' abip number 4Weot tWj(of raige numoer.aiateen tn the county of Ashland, and Vtate of Ohio, and con- lainiofi vigmy acrea oi mint more oripMiranuaiBo,' aeuiug forth that aaid Jacob Heiltngtr lettabi wld-. ow.Kve Hettinger, and bequeathed to' her the above mentioned farm dart nt her a at oral life, ami alao, that : alter the death f vaidKve Hettinger, the aald land by theterma Wiafd' will Wai to be aold. and the pro-' ceedH ariatng from the tale, thereof to be divided equally among the hetra ol aald Jacob Hettinger, de ceased, and ao.aetting furtb that laid Kva Hetting er I now dead J I The object and prayer of aald petition la'thatMhe above named executor may be auUioriaed to aell aiuk convey the above diachbad land, under aaid will, In, auch manner aad upon each terma a the Cobrt may direct. .. ,,. yi , , r. The aidlparttea abnVe hamed. are tbetel'dre notified lo appear and plead., aoawer w demur toeaid petition, onuibclote the firat Monday of Fehruary A. I), lMe at ehitirtlme application will be made to baid Court for aa order tq aell aaid land 1 j vns-- -t PHtlfP wncttT " 'Tdtsfow A Mrronaa, 1 GEOKGB KIFpmiimil AUorneyarof Kxcculors. Asnis.i, January 4. ... i. . KlltUin',8 AlylS..., -- It. N. Musgrave,,. ) Order of Sals in far. l; rt. ' ' ' J titioa In Ashlsnit Comj R. W. Musgrave. ) t man Pleas. PURSUANT' la the command ol an ordff oT sale, issu'-d in llioabnve ease (rom the Court ot Common P in.of AshlohdCoontj.snd State of Ohlot to ma JirecleH, I will eipoaeito public Siata st Ihs door ol the Court House, in said coasts, na tlandajf,ili( ,tyl day of Feb wry,, 1854,, liciw.es the hours of ten o'clock, A. M. and fbar o'elocs I, M. of said day, the folio w'n (doscriocd raafests'e together with the ippuVtenances there' to belonging to win Lot number; Ihsrtljf-sii (36,) I andjpj, Jiutnbor .tliirl;-eigln 138 ' ipthJoiar Jeromeville, in the county of Aahlana. and Slate of Ohio. AppraiSodit sar hundred and fifty riol lars 450,n0i-'-rrirK-.f Sahs sale third of Ihe purchase money on the day of ssle, one third iq one year ; and one thirdly two vears.ihereafter, wilh interest', the def rroil payments lobe secured by faorlgsgon the premises. .,.,,, J. I). JONES, Sheriff. .. Dee. iia.'iili3. n32.6w. pf 4,iS. t. . , SHEIUFF'S SALE. ; Van Nest and - 1 ' - Middungh, Ad'mrs. - . In Ashland Common' Ad'mrs.-' 1 In . ir.tWifc.J vs. f fleas. I. Wa Woa.sr, I PURSUANT to the command of an order of ' sale, issued in Ibe above case, from Ihe Conrt of Common Plcaa of Ashland county, -aad fltata of Ohio, to me diroctcd ,1 will, espoae lo publio' sale at the door of the Court Hou.o, in aaid cona tjron ..,,,.,! Monduythe C day of February, 185, between, the hours gf too.c'clnck. A, M., and lour o'c ock P'.M., of .aid d.iy, the followinp; deseriberl real ostste siloated and being in the county f Ashland, and Htate ol Ohio, lo m 1 Lola .uuiber s.ity and siity-one, in the villlgs.of Rowsburg, in the addition of said village Term of Bale Cash. '., J. D. JONES', Sheriff: ' , ' Dec. 23,1853. n3J.6w. p! $3,00 ' sr.'.:". . SIIERU'F'aSALE. . -h : ; David Steal, 1 -" 1 ai-.a't c.eorBT-'4.T,,,0" PURSUANT to the command of an order of aale, issued in the pbove caao, bv Ihe Court of Comiron Pleas of Ashland county, and Stata of Ohio, to mo directed, 1 will espose to publio sale at the d.or ot the Court Hoaao, ia astd coua ly oa Monday the 6th diy of Ftbrvary, 1834, between Ihe honrs of ten o'clock A. M., and Ibur o'clock P. M-ofMid diy,tlisljloia real estate to wit t 'lleingtfie undivided fourth part of a part of the South-Wen quarter of section three 3,J township twenty-one (21 J range nluen, ca-saaasM ing ninety-two acres lying in the South pari ol asjd quirler section, said undivided fouith' part; of said lands, to be sold subjeet o the dowar. estsle of Susan Ely slso, subject lo a liea ol sis, hundred and sixtv dollars.' .. . i, Terms of Sale--Caeli. J. I). JONES, Sheriff. 1 Dee. S9, 1853. a.6sr. pf4,a5.' SHERIFF'S SALE. II A M WHAiAJI ( . "tl "1 ) ''" '"'"' In Ashland Commoa . M. A. Mollo.e, ' Stntley Wliilford. TIURSUANT lo tha tommsnd f'a decretal J order issued in the above caao from the Courf oi Common Pleaa of Ashland county, and State of Ohio, to me directed,-! will expose to publivale, al tho door of the Court House In saidawioty, oa Monday the 6tli day of February, 1854, between Ihe hoars often O'clock A. M. and lour o'clock 'P. M. of said day, tha following described real estite, situate and beinfin tha ' county of Ashland, and State of Ohio, to will In ot number five (5,j being in theorigmsl plat, ia the town of Rowsburg, si . sated In Ihe north-wast quarter, of see. fifteen (II), township twenty-' Iwo it, Range fifteen 115. Fifty-sis fset in' iont,and one hundred and fifty Cot In length ac cording to tho oiigiaal plat survey of said tsssia said coanty. . -' Terms of SslsCssh. , , ...... , . J. I). JONES, Sheriff. Dee. tn. ISM. n32.ltw. nl4.2ft. . , T - 4 .1. 4., SHPUIFF'H SALE,, Nlclio'ns ferine, ' "1 vs." '" " A. W. Piirdy,!"- ' 1 In Ashlas Roorhaah,. I, f , ti ,, r a?l V.ll (l (...,. Aehladd Cemmoa . Ploaa. ih r Julian A. I'addr k, . Alnnsa 0. Paddoca. J " ' ' " ' , , 1 PURSUANT to the command of a decretal' ordor issued In the shove case from the Court of Common Pleas ot Ashland County, and State of Ohio,' to ma directed, I will espose lo public ssla at Ike door ofthe Court Hoase, la Said cosn. ' ly on ...1.,. '.. . 1 .....". . -. . .1 Monday the 9th day of February, 185V between th hour, often o'clock,' A. M. and ' foor o'clock P. M. of Said day, the thllowing da.' eeribsdvenleststetowitt Being the west half of Lot No. 18, lath town pi at -of Rogues Corners, Ashland county, Ohio, with tha .npenenaaoee. tberounto belonging sitaaaaaaat boiag ia Ihs sonar, r ty of Ashland.. 1 ,., u ,.v. t, u,.j ..... . Tsrms of Ssls Cash. . .... , . , ... : i. t. J0NESt Sheriff, . ueo. as, inojnyx.ow. pia,ou. . a . TUEANI ItEU'S NO-r IC'IC, , . . . ALL thos holding ooonlv orders, oa which inlersst is accruing, will take, antic thai I am now ready to rdai all auch order., and U , not presented lor naynentth intereat wilteauaat . .nail irom ifi. uaio. ( .M t , .s.i 1:' :r. 1. uj . . t. ,w. hiiim,, ttJ Treasurer of A.h.C . .4:1 . ,.. ,.4UO - " -4' HI4 . .4 J i '