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""t'TXT $J)t;l)iit:Uilt01I. .it. . I SI ,'.i 'uii ,11,1 . Hiti .eiHWWW2' lur. .1 i wC:C!Cyyy-y'y-;'eseee,tw.wee L I ITI.i. cus.aa. rtlJ Vl.leiH (cy thai, la broksa, e.iflnlift slltry sagaA 'ttark anil gloomy, now U over , . , '"' n ...i . One Ml 1 1 ., ! til(... Anight M pUasaat fays re nlng, : Conila with ui rolling yr I I taiXt mbia and tha Wwhlrsl . .5i J 4. Von ar htr. ' " M!r etMniftraT t-s ' ; ' !'"" '" ''.','ll4tlKlrhnia4 mellow accent. . su TU attfor they have bt Din, . Tht the tllly-kanded print-Urn ' Comet oa-ce iuofe, .. , : wt- ro Mm wing o'nornfoff early ' 'erra end gentle brecaes pity ; ..uU. while lb winter's raowy foot steya Vui awa) t ,. ! j i f BVI twty tod spring arlsetl. ,t f-in eerpaiaway twy wniu map appear. Then antoran tbrowsher yellow mntl , f''ti the woodland, & tbe plait i .. ( , . 04 Uit winter cola tud 4rerf , , . :;. -i K .: . Comet agaio. - - - " f-v lio wltt. lire Ui golden pleasure l- i ... winter cenietb overall? i pe and summer blossom's only -''- - ' Live to fall. LoooiniLi, O., 13, 1PM. ZZ'-fixmiw Column. How blt the ParmerVelmpT. rtfe ,rnr fcantac noise or (lit City's sliif.. THE CEA5BEESY. i Feilow CttizENs; As much la has hi en said on the subject oftlio cullivaliuu of the Cranberry, and as many communica tions of inquiry on that subject are daily receited by me, I propose giving such iii urination to the public as niy experience will permit. . .1. ; 1. Select a situation forrour Cranberry Jrld on a clay soil, on such as is not liable bake or on a dark loan anil, or on all moist toils where there is a mixiure of land, mosily of reclaimed lands ; such as can be made moderately dry, are well ad apted to grow the Cranberry. In fact, most all toil fhat is natural tu grow the yolatoe, is well adapted to grow the Cran fctiry. (j et the first mentioned soils would le p.eterrfd.) I think there are portions M most of the farms situated in the Mid ale Slates, and their vicinity, that ;ire well adapted to grew the Cranberry, and 1 should propose-to-all desirous of coinnien ing the business, te put their plants on different parts of their soil, and by so do wig the better soils may be asertained. As lar as I brve ascertained, there are three varieties of Cranberry viz : The Barber ry, the Cherry, am! ihe Bell I have never known of any other varety of the berry thai would naturalize lo dry soil except ihe Bell Cranberry : this species 11 ( Ihe berry grows much in the forai of an egg, I is inclined to grow in the wild state, on Ihe borders of Cranberry bogs, sprea ling Ma way to upland soil ; this species is much lurger than the others, in its wild state. Persons engaging in the cultivation of the apiale, should commence with the lat mentioned, species, and by commencing with those dial have been cultivated and naturalized in a dry soil they will much sooner accomplish their object and wi:h rriuch less trouble and expense, as the the plants multiply and increase aboundant ly. Persons commencing with one or two thousand, will be shle to ohliiu plants of their cwn raising sufficient to transplant acres, in two or three years, 2. Prepare yotif soil the srme as for owing grain, bt'plorghing, harrow ing and making your soh even then mark it nut in drills, 18 or 20 inches apart, putting the plants in the drills, 5 or 6 inches apart hoe .them slightly at first, till the roots be come clinehed, and afterwards no other cultivation ie needed. The plants may be expected to run together and cover ihe whole soil' in two or ihree years. The Cranberry grown by cultivation usually yields from 150 to 400 bushels per acre its fruit i two or three 4imca as Inrga as tile wild fruit, and of a beautiful flavor; ii readily keeps sound from the harvest time of it to the lime of harvest again. The fruit it generally gathered In September it if gathered; with wire-leeih rakes, made for the purpose one man will gr-nerally guther from 30 lo 40 bushels per day, wiih ihe aid of boy to pick up the tendering fruit. Persons- wishing for plants can have their supply of the tubtcriher price f7 Iter thousand f for less quantities than ons thousand, the rate of eight dolhira per thou sand will be charged. The plants will be carefully packed in meadow moss, and well hexed, which will enable them to go a great distance in t fresh stale. . . The proper time fur fall transplanting is October and November; for spring, Irom the opening of' iKetame till about the 25th of May. Persons wishing for plants, are requested to send their orders at early as tht first ol September, for fall transp hating; and daring the winter for spring. 'He cultivated fruit will be tent to per. sons ordering it, (or two dollars per box boxei H inchee squire and 7 inches deep. This price i do taert than the wholesale pries) the Nk York market (or this fruit; yet I attii deriroeji" to distribute the. fruit through the country. . No one pectan will be allowed- more thaa two bexes, nnlets by special contract, by mail.; Should more orders come thaq fruil can be furnished 10 fill the Uleet f rdere, they will ke relumed Peremve ordering PLANTS or FRUIT ill pleas lulorni tow to direct Irom New Tork ciiy.aMronUhe eity of Boston, as I htH delivervt the above placet williont charge, , Orders) for fruit mutt, bo aqcom paaied with Cash. , t ;i i ' , 1 . .' 1. SCLLIVAN. BATES. SeVinghdmi Mattt '- .), A- bill is bofora the Ne Y ork Senate ( iftfiorpuruie cominy to sell puts milk, " ; . r(N 8.) f f : AK ACT To pnvid br tha rompli of cur lai coatrtu lisretalsra autis t dctol Ci Mclorsji ki.n iiv'-k -' . See. I. 'Si tf inactti by the Gtne ralduembty of the State Ohio, That in all cases where, pursuant to law, contracts have been mads or entered into for the sale of School Houso sites, or land, the proper ty of any School District heretofore exie-i ting minis state, and the tale , remains to be perfected by conveyance, the township board of education, in the township where ! tueh property rosy be' situated, shall , be auinqmeu o complete inesame oy eiecu 'lihg a conveyance in the manner prescrib ed in section eleven of the act entitled an aol to provide (sr the reorganization, sup ervision,, and maintenance of Common Schools, passed Mnrch 14th 1833,'on full compliance therewith by the purchaser' or purchasers, ; . ? . . ; , F. C. LEBLOND, . Speaker of the House of Rep. - ROBERT J. ATKINSON, ,: President of the Senate, pro tern, February 6th. 1854. ' f" '' (No.0) ; ',''"'.'.',' AN ACT Supplementary .to an act privileging cer taia porioul l ini arret! and impriioaineut, . paiMa renrunry 1:4111, 1031. Sec. 1. Jit it enacted by the General Aaumblu of the Stute of Ohio. That Is raliles, aud sll such other persons as relig iously observe the lust of any other day uf the week, aa a day of worship, shall on said day, be privileged from arrest. upon civil process, within their respective syna gogues, or places tit worship, during the nine 01 service, aim wtten actually going to or returning therefrom. . . , F.C, LEBLOND. " Speaker of the House of Rep, JAMES MYERS. ' President of the Senate. February 11, 1854. '(No. 9) AN ACT Mxkinf appropriation! in- part for the year 1804. See- 1. Be it enartcd by the General Antembhj of the State of WAio.Thal the following sums be and are hereby appro priated, out of any money in the Treasury lo be paid for the year 1854, viz: For the payment of the members of the General Assembly, their Clerks, Serge ante at-Arms, Doorkeepers snd Messengers, the turn of fifiy thousand dollars. ... For the payment of Stationary fur the State, Ten thousand dullart. For the payment of the public printing. Ten thousand dollars. For cosis of prosecution in criminal cases and Iransportaiinn of convicts lo the Peni tentiary, Five thousand dollars. For the purchase of fuel for the General Assembly snd for ihe public offices, Fif teen hundred dollars. . For payment of chares for distribution of Laws and Journals, One thousand dol lars. - ' ' For Treasurers' mileage, One thoussnd dollars. 1 For furnishing Legislative Halls and Su preme Court Room, Three hundred and nineiy-lwo dollars and sixty-nine cents. For the current expenses of the Ohio Lunatic Asylum in part since the fifteenth day of November last, Ihe sum of six thou sand dollars, For the current expenses of the Assy, him for the Deaf and Dumb, in part, since the fiflienili day of November last, the sum of Two thousand dollars. For Ihe eurrent expenses of ihe Asylum for the Blind, in part since the fifteenth day of November last, ihe sum of One thou sand and live hundred dollars. For the compensation and expenses of the Quarter-Matter General, Three hun dred dullars. For paying expenses and taking care of the public, Five hundred dullart. F. C. LEBLOND, Speaker of the llouae of Rep. ROBERT LEE President of the Senate, pro tern. February 5, 185 J. , , Secretary or State's Office. . Columbus March 1, 1854. , I, William Trevitt, Secretary ol'Siate of ihe Slate of Ohio, hereby certify that the foregoing laws are correctly copied Irom ihe original rolls on file in this office. WILLIAM TREVITT. Secretary of Stale. I, Isaac Gates, -Auditor of Ashland county, cenfTy thai the foregoing laws are correctly copied from the auihorixed pub licaliuu of the eame by the Secretary of the Sute of Ohio.'"' " ' 1 ' ISAAC GATES, Auditor. Auditor's Officf, . . Ashlatd, March 19, 1854. J Axd hv Heart too. A few ye'ara ago, when it was the custom forlarrre rlrls and larger hoyt lo attend district schools, and when ll igelatinns were more commou in school than at the present lime, an incident look place in a neighboring town, which is worth recording as a ruminitcenoa of school b'l.v days. One of the largest plum pest, and fairest girls in school happened to violate one of the teacher's! rules, ...The' master, a prompt, cnergeiio fellow of twenty-live, at once summoned her into the middle of the floor, and, aa usual in such cases, the business of the whole school ceased, and Ihe atltntion of every scholar was directed to the girl, who, it was ex- peciea, was to receive a severe punisnmcnt, Alter Interrogating the girl a few moments the masier look from his desk a huge ruler, such as we seldom tee now a daya and commanded the damsel lo hold out her hand. She hesitated, when the masier. in t blaze of passion, thundered out l " Will yor five me your hand I". Yet sir, and my heart too," promptly replied the girl, at ihe tame time stretching fonb ler hand lo the masier and eysing him with a cun ning look.' A deadly silence reigned for a moment in the school t a moist spot waa teen to glistet in Ihe masier' t eye i the ru ler was laid upon the desk, snd the blush' ing girl Wat requeued lo take her seal, hut I fe remaiTi after tthoot'wat iimUted! in Hire weeks trier the eehoot Bnlslied. aad.she ishoolMMssef andf its-girl were- mnmQ.--rutrner. journal; j , 1 r .' fat. 1 ! 1 " .il l By communication seni to CongretsYroia the State Department relative to foreign im miL-rtiion, ll sppeart that duriug the year Miling last September. -400,777 persons . ' : .Lt .j ... ... . . . arnveu in uirs country) s s I i a i a" , i r ! : U 3 5 5 1 1 1 ? ? S 5 a ? 1 1 iH s 4 j si tJjow ..i ,. .. ;.f.. i - . is lomu 10,20 21 " 10 it 12 1J "P ;' eata'St'SSW '-B ... IS 17 18 10 -11,21 2S i e t sltioiiAv. ... is' sis tslisM" win is e Mi ,; il , " Itl 2o!4l;a, 84 SJ ' , 13 M U161TIB1 " -..', S0 SI SS.S3 S4.SS S I M I ...... 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All kinds of . zoAXirxE iSTTi3ita, will hcrcalter be kept constantly on hand, and for snlo at this Office. . . .-. -.u.- i 3ol)H5 fc kiln's i(ilamn. mm " Di-nlrrtt in .ill kinds of - IIlON, IfAILS, GLASS AND LOOKS ANNOUNCE to tho eitisens oi Ashland Co. that having purchased the business of H Luther k Co., they intend adding to their stock, during tho present week, a complete assort ment of L .. Tools, Building Materials, House Fur- nlshing.and Coach and Saddler's Hardwure, all of which they invite the attention ofFarmers, Mechanics and House-keepers, and recommend it ascnmpleteasany establishment of the kind in the country. ' Ashland, Nov.23, '53. ' ' ' 57-tf. UST RECEIVED! 1000 lbs. assorted sires Lead Pipo. KJdO " .-". ' Smoothing Irons. WW " Strap Hinges. - a 100 CowsChsins. r 600 Yards Waterproof Cloth. lt.O Kegs Pure White Lead. ' 100 fallons best Sperm Oil. - . 100 " i No. l.LsrdOil.. " 100 . . Linseed Oil. . . i)0 ... ' - Turpentine. " AO, . Ito. 1. Furniture Varnish; . 30 . . ,i(,. I. Coach I . . . I . .100 BoMsGlassatl siscs. . '. 600 lbs. Putty. ' . . 60(10 Lights Sash 1000 1 1.1. t'nmp Chain. 1000 feat Pins Tubing. 60 Wheels, eomplete, ' ' ALSO. Anvils, Yiees, Bollows, Msmmers, Sledges, Rasps, Piles, Pincers, fcc, to. Allot which we off-rtowor than ean be had anywhere in ibis part of the Slate. Applvto JOHN'S It ALLEN. Adjoining the Bank. December 51, 18531 n3l tl'. Farmers, Eoad This!! JOHA & AliliI' Dealcrti In Hardwares. Iru V qII. AdJuTnli. the IJ.mk. WILL boy ill of the Flax Straw that yon can raiie and deliver to thain dun ntr the preient ycir, und -my yon the CASH fur it. Hhort Flax should be polled froln the gfcupd tht, Aa it long may be cradled none wanted in Straw before September. Inftmetiont regard in; the culture end rotting of Tim cm be had g rat it during the Suruer, by collinp on ns. Adjoining the Dink. March If m. B40. tf. - ' FLAX WAKTED. SMITH, 3307-53 tSa Co., TPKY, NKW YORK ft ANLHIVKH M.V8., Wlt t. ptr ttie ht;hn market price fov lOO, OOO pniMitls ol Rood clean Klax, delivered etttisliaJdwaiealoreof Uietrasetitain Atblaud. . JUII.1S St ALLf.., Adjuiniui the Bank. A.hlani. Jan.1", 1854.-na5tf. David) J. Millard, Jttfrr t) !, ui all 0.11111' . Alio S, 3, and S fined bud. Cast Steel, llty, Barley and Manure Porkt, Clsy vllle, New York. Vat "ale, Wholesals and Ketall.br our only Alerts, JdHNS ft ALLKit. llanlware, Iron and Natl Deakra. ailjelnlna the auk. l)e.8eilt.J nfl, nedlntr1on,"rer Orel sad Orata HeylSet, Littleton, New tUmntMr. Mar (se Whin JHeuMlei'ss, wien Iks citiseua of Ashland county, l. rsmeotber that the) cau at alttiuiestliid our Kcylhes nr eats at lbs Hardware Kloie of bur only aulborlicd Asents, JOHNS A ALLKN. Dec. S, Jrllt afllolnlnt the Hank. ' Enslnsjer dVMiantmass. Mnnfttrer;f8otk, Hncn, ?.... (re . Msimneld, Ohio. Orders ro crived by our Agent In Ashland, A ' Uec.SH,3atfJ JOllltfi ek AT.I.KN. . : adjoining the Hank. Gardner V Walker, Alrt Osrdea, 'ie(d asd Fhnr S'edi, Akron. Oiilo, A coa etant suuutv can always be round with our Arentt in A.lil.nH, JCHNS AI.I.KN. uec,ae, avu suji.,n1tiie Bans. I)arnhlll'a Patent Corn Planter, mtn J uftctured by McHrlibt Co., ( level, nd. Ohio A sapply tortblscounty will bs fooad at tbe aaency Ol . . sunno c AbLhs. Dec. V, 3311 ailjoinia; tno Bank. Grif Iflls Carver, Cnncavs Fteel Cultiva tor TeeU tor tale Wkolesala asd Hetail at the agent-ot . :. JOUXS di ALLkX , C.IT, JJHJ IW1UIHIH ."I DIUI. Joan. Sr Aliens, being A sent, (ur a great nam. ber ol Makers of Tools of all descjlplioue, with Ihe people of Asbland, and adjoining counties to re member Ibat they can buy auch articles cheaper o them than the, can eltewhere. Their ttoie Is a.ljidii lu the Bank. I Dec. !, Kir JOII.NN dk ALLKN. Jts.t Uerelved, Frsncb Ctlf Skins, llgbt and heavy Lining Kklns, Cochlnesl, ItSbnted, Jllue, Green and Pink Colore. Cork Hole of sll sites, Hoot Webb, Was, Thread, Vrlttles, Awlt, Pegs, HhK KniVM, di o. Ae Apply at ua Assncy or , lUeckUtmiJ JOH.MI d. ALUK.1. f lrhlle'a Axea. A large stock on hand. ; also V V a great variety of other maker to be had at tbe Hardware more or the Agents JOHJiS A U.KN , .Des.ia.lf. . adiMnlnglheUa.k,. . Franklin Fire Imnranrs t'.mpanr, Haratoga, Hew Yvrk Capital giOli.OOU. luturt pmperty on terms aa liberal as any other first clatt responsible company. Applications received by our Agent (Dec. W, Mil . . T. JOIINK. omeeln Johut dt A"o'i Hardware Rtors, adjoin Ing the flank. , ., . . , KEFSVEHH, LOOK UlUiEM I RAVE procured a ng.it lur aa improveneni 'la building boasts, by which a bout, may b boiltfor assiill amount of money, with all lha convenlencH and comrbrts of Ihe dearest houses Bbd aa.-hav.ppointe4 John Rmalley, of Ash. Itod, at siy agent for this eooatv, aleaae call o. trial and aiamiaa ttra nodel, and procure a right. , .-, AH6RBW . MVRRIK. 1 Troy, Asbland CO., Aug. 8, 1893. lit G WIZEN PITf ft AWD COCHlItUAt LINWOS mil PVaneb Calf Skins, Just received, and for RaJ.by ' " . D. B01CE. ' ...IIasA,. ;.,';,! . ll a S l 71 ' itOiii is ta.isiw is :i IT Jg'lt 0.?i;S223 , 84 Sf.St.K Wi h Wl. t si 3 . 4 tl 0 7 i I 8 SIU 11 Iitll3l4 tei3i .. .. .. . I 12 13:14 TlIBOtDFOHTBESSOF ' CHEAP GOODS! ' 18 kepi in full blast, by the constant arrival of Staple and Fsncy Goods, (torn the eastern Manufactories, embracing a beautiful ... , . ASSORTMENT OF SILKS! such a rich Brocades, Plaids snd Fane; Dress Silks, Plai d Ricb High Lustred illaok Silks, Plaia Mods Colored Merinos, Cashmere Dolsiats, Coburga asd Paramaus, Silk and Woolen Putds, Elegantly Hioh Printed Oelainea, Black and Col ored Alpacas, French, English and American' PlliNTS AND GINGHAMS!'- Drcsa Trimmings, of overjr style and variety; Shawb oftvorydetcriptioni Bonnet and Cap Rib boai; Taffilta, Satin and Vclvol ftibbonsi , , . I.ACiaa AND EMBHOIDEUIES! Plata and Unbroidered Linen Cambric Handker chiofs Ladlss m Gentlemen's Gloves, Cravats, Scarfa, Unilar Garment, ftc, . : - Alio liriad Cloths, all colors and prices: tsntllnetls and Caisimeres. TWoeds and Drillings! Vejtuigs, Safins, Hulls, Marseilles, ;o,; In abort, every articki in the Gentleman's Department, "" IR1U8M1KEIIY AND FAMILY GD11DS1 .. Suelras'Lindn and CottnD Sheetings and Shirtings, Table Damlsks, Napkins,. Towels, Towelinga, Crashes, Diapers, ko.,510., which w sra prepared to soil at alow prlocs as can ,o lounu in iu ur any market est ofKew York. Aa esnmination of ray Stock by the public is respectfully solicited. 4 Ift. Okjuiika,. ' N. B I whuld call the attention ofmy frinnda and ooilomeni to the fact, that I have removed from the Kupire Store to the Old Fortress nearly opposite. Uon't mistake the place. "' ' Ashland,Malch2!l, IS64. 4&tf WAR COmENCED CAFT. AI.LINOH .lit THE FIELD ! t J- BttlM.UNT VICTORY ' ABQjUT JO BE .ACHIEVED ! A S it is low the order of the day with a tew V of out friendly competitors, to hang out the Banner. ' !SEB,I.!.3 OFF AT COST ! I take thisimethed of informing my numorous customerssiu the Wurld in gcnoraiot botn 1 own and County, that I am nb Humbuir, and what I snv is fur from hnibuggery. 1 have a large stock of good substiaitial . C Cfv CCj jrj trj on hand, principal ly all new, and being bongbl in the best Kastern Market, were obtained at exceedingly low pneos) therorore, my inauce. mrtits for 1 : ' - U It Iv A T II A IS G A I ! S ! are uaeouftlled. for at actual prime first coat )OU can have llipui Our reuaon tor aacriftcing our gouda in tlm way, ia, our itock, aa may be aceu la abundant. SO COME ALONG And ' fin at thi pile ."' We shall continue to sell goods inthis way until our slock ia reduced several tliouinod dollars. Among our extensive stock tns; be lound the following substantial t 9000 yards orcalico. 5000 Bleached Muslins. 30UO giod Bed Ticking. ' 3000 " Uelaina, plain and figured, 2000 " lliclt and Changeable Dress Silks.- 3000 ' Collis,.Jassimcrcs and Katinelts. 1000 " TkWe Diaper, Lmcn and Cotton. 6000 ' Silk and Cotton Laces and Edgings. 4000 pairs tjloves -all sites and kinds. - 3000 Stockings Women, Men Children 1000 Ladirs' and Uenllenieus' lrsvelinr hacks, 3(10 Louking Glasses from 10 cts up lo tjil2,00. aOU pairs P4IU Heady Mado, 100 CO.US , .; r. St 600 Vests, I " all qualitici 6(0 Bay Kioto Shawls, ' 600 pounds qf Tea, all kinds and qualities. Together wltt any nnnntity Of Tobacco, Coffee Sugar, tko.i snd 10,000 other aiticles, such as, lldkfs, Sltirtfi Collars, I'liilcrsliirts &' Drawers. Straw, Gimp, and With lloiinets; ttlbbuiia ' or ALL KINtlJ JEWBUmr, tiro., cbo There is nothing but what ynu can find in on very comprehensive stock. 'Wo are stilt at ou Old Stand which our customers say we have made celebrated lor , CHEAP GOODS FOR CASH. Where wo would be glnd lo are you all. whether you purchnie nor not; out a better time nevu wan to L'ct voiir monny back in the way of a-aton .ahing low pricei. JMercltunta would Uo well to call and give v a look through. M. ALLISON. Wooater.Feb.22. n40 if. NEW JEWELRY STORE I AWillilil ! T It- r.OOOKKLLOW haa opened in the new I room, twodooraeant ofMeiara. Riiser&lUi- er't Store, on Mam itreet, a XValfli and Jewelry Eetabllohmrnf where be will otter every article usually kept in men eaiauiiatioicnii, ni Tory jow raiea. Amonihia itock mar be found (-old and tl ret W atcl.es, of every decrintion, variety and quality, nni, Laaina' bold Uroacuca. (rapc, tnamclcd. uuitcr. Knot, iuu aau scan l'ins DUO? HOOKS AND ItCH9 Gold Hinca.lotketa, Heneila, Cold Chains. Daff- ley Gold Poia and Holdcra, largo asiortuieot. SILVER SPOO.N. TaMe end Ten Sjiooni of pure lilver, German Silver and plated Spoona.Uutter Knivea, Saltaud sugar bhoveli, siivet i-orka, s.Q.t c. POCKET OUTIjEnY of every deacrintion, from the heat American nn English eitabliaiimentt. Alee Nced-at Port Mo niet UrnatiintT and Pocket Comba, and Pocket Booki, Violin and (.inter Strniga. -' ' Gogglcf Ijc Hhadea Compasnee and Acordoom. F.ight Day and Twenty-four Hour mam tlocki. in tlie moat tplcnuid t'apier Macnca.KOHO Wood and iManogany-oaae. Cleaned and repaired, and Vrork warranted. Old Gold and bilvor bought at the highest prion. 1 invite tho publietu. examine my Stock before pur- ciiaamg oiscwnere. I. R. OOODKELLOW. ' Ashland. Dee. 21, 1863. n3l tf. ; , TO THt CITIZENS OF ANttl.A.ID. nnilK iindenlirncd will stop fur a short time i X Ashland, for the purpota of tab ng Portraits etvins lessons in drawing ana on ttio uuitar.. (looms ovsr Fiy'sStor..: , , i i . , , . J.W. McABEK. Ashland, Nov. 50, I85J, , Sls-lf. -H. CHILD3 5: CO. ; WHOLESALE . IIOOT AMD NIIOB AVAUF.IIOI HC, Not. 133 4-135 Wood tt., Pittsburgh, EAVK jusl received their extensivo Rpring Slnca, consistinff of upwards ol thirl) litabunuied esses ol IIOOTU, RHOKH, HATH, CAPS ASI) BOMV7'H,,all of the latest styles and fashions, among whiet aret . ' ' 'I LADIES AND MIHSKH' llront. Kottntht, Purple Porodies, Cinderella Blipperr, Hontsga aad Ureltaa. Buskins and tisilers, Alboat and Pari. Tins. . i - , AliJV AND BOYS' Enameled Nullifierai Kid Glove Button Boots, Drab Congrats do, Oilord and Onion Ties, Calf aad Kip Boots, Course and Fine Brngsna. PALM LUtF HATS; Ltfbtrt and Straw Hats, r'ur and Wool Hals, Cloth and Gleted Csps, Plush aad Valval Caps, Children'. Shoes. Infant's eolored Boot.. LADIKS' BONNKTS. Faney French Lace, Saak. Hkia Plait, Kb'd Faney Belgrade, tint sanaar Lace, Leghorn and Htraw, Florence with Cap.., Together with a variety ol Fancy floods, w. I adapted to the approaching aeasoa. Oat Ntoak having bee. purchaaed oiiert from Ih. Manu lacturtrs.pnsciptlly tor .asfc, with great oare in the seletioa ol quality a.d sites, adapted to lb. W.st.rn trade, w. ar. enabled to offer su perior inducements thi. driving', ihd ar deter iiteJ aot to b. .ndersold by.nytrgulsrhn.se, .itlrer I N.w York', Philadelphia or Baltimore. , Merehanu Tiaitine; oar city will pleas, eall and .ssmin. for ihems.lv.Si 'lIh ' -v" ' Particular stl.ntron give to order.. -SaataV v Ht CHILD!! It CO. ,( A " TRKSII supply of IfWrM'S Indian Vetttdbh l Pills, a standard K.nglith Medicine, Tor the retention snd cur. of dltes.e,to aid and into pros, digestion and piirirvthe blnod. For .al at the tew Drni Store ih Ashltnd.by " ... roJU M. CUUUD ICO. ' FISSX AEBI7A1 OF 6PBIN0 GOODS ! fcsssjaJS9So Biishncli leads the. Column! TC. BUSMtKIX respectfully annonncea t v the denizens of Ashland, and the regions round shout, that he ia now receiving an immense slock of - NEW SPRING GOODS'.! st the People1! old Emporium or Cheap Gunds, Mam Mreol, Asbland, tome along, leilow citi gens, with your . . . , i CASH AND YODR TRODUCE! and he will aupply your oTery wnnt. ' Don't let ibe ladica longer repiuo for want of " fancy lixina for he can now aupply tbera, with every aiticle that they may covet, from the cheapest Print to tho fin c.1 Lawni, Silka, 4c. Geallemea, do yoo want your'1 human lonui divine arrarcd is tne moat cndtly Clotlii or the plainest aud cheaueat Summer lioods 7 it ho, uq can now suppij you ith Clothing, ... READY-MADE OR OTHERWISE, at price that leaveseompetltion just "no wear." yoo'l spona your mono in rioiuue iiTing, ur iwr Old Goodi at the Old High Prices, but onm along, and bring with you your wivea in youi , for i tiino is money money is time, and tho Pen. pie's Kmponum ol Iheap tioous, hi just we piaco to maae it. Atbland, March S9th, 1SS4. - . wSo LOOigDOT FOB THE avalahch NEW SPW GOODS! McMahanSis Ahead! T ORERT McMAIIAN announces to the pe o I V nle ol Aahland County, and the "rent of mankind," that he in d6w receivitg Jut let tie the biggeat' nook of BPKINO AND SUMMER GOODS! direct fro rti the eastern markets, thai haa or will bebrotght to this county tliia iSpnng. DRY GOOUS. Hit utock of Dry Gooda conaiit-of Bra l Clothe Summer Gonda. Gingham, Delaine. Mieetings, an uniurpnaGcd assortment of DRESS SILKS, to which he invitee tho special attention of the ladtea gnnerally, an inexhaustahle assortment of Prints, und almost every other article in inis ue partin entt usually used in this market. STRAW GOODS, In this department ho challenges competition ns his assortment ol bonnets and Palm end Leg horn Hate, is complete. READY MADE CLOTHING. He will coniiuuo tho Rendy-M.tde Cloth ine bu siiir-s as usual, and will be at all times prepared lo supply the wants ol tlie community in this re pent, uud at prices that will make the Jewish fraternity stanu aghf i, BOOTS AM) SHOES. "Co lie unto me nil yo ends of tho earth," and bo ye no Inrprr l-ootlrss or dhoelcns, as he ie now supplied with an anflortmcntof (loots and Snoes that completely eclipses anv of Ihote of his up town niighbar, and will sell them at pripes so low ns to si I OH043 Clio ciamonngs 01 tuo mos miserly aoul on terra flrmtt. Also any eiwntilT of GROCERIES AND I1ARDWAHK. and an endless nssortiiivjiitofoth er articles, which if would make any persona eves sore to road. sf'rifiirfs, Cusfomrrs oni Counrimert, Und me yovr ear." He cm supply nio Itutlees, the contlcss, the hootictts anil shoeless, and every hungry, ilnrvtng soul within his rench, with th luiuriea o 1 life, at prices that no honost man ca complain of. Jinn ember Ins store is at Ilia old stand, Main st . Ashlnrid, where the people cm gr-t good bargains and find the latch string alwa)- COUXTUY rilODUCE tnVen in exchange for Goods, and CASH never rt-itiseil. Ashland, April IS, 1S54. 4Cff ' SWAN'S KEVISKO STATUTES OF OHIO! . force Jan, 1851, with references to prior laws, in one large Odavo Volume. From the Judge of the Supremo Court Tho undersigned have examined Swan's Re vised Statutes of Ohio, for 1M5-1. This volume contains a compilation of the Sintules of Ohio in force on the first of Jiinunrv. 1851. The design and ariSTigemi nt of the Book aro good, and car ried out with great care and accuracy ( and we tlunk the work ol grrnt utility, and reflects mu credit upon the Compiler and Publisher. JOIt.YA.CORWIN, R. P. RANNKY, A. . THURMAN, T. W. IIARTLEV, VM. 11. CALDWLLL, The undersigned having examined Swan's Stat utes, concur iu tut abovo opnron. D.O.MORTOX, Dist. Atty. U. S. Court, Uist. of Ofiio. GKO. W.McCOOK, Atty. Gen. of Slate of Ohio. It will be found an indispensable hand-book to every Justice of the 1'cnce and Constable, niwe is every Lawyer or public olllcer. The book will be aent free of charge to anyone on receipt of $5, Address B. C.T1CKNOR k CO., , : Law Ttooksellera, Mansfield, Ohio. March 92nd, 1864. -I It .Books for the Million. rpilE siibscrilicr hatinff purchased tlie entire X - stuck ol lluoksand ttuilon.ryt belonging to w. II. II. ro'tei, iiirmor prnprietur ol Ih. A.h Innd Monk P'.oro, respccirul'lv announces tin he will cont:uue the business at the old stand and will alwaja have eu hand Stamford Miscellaneous Works, Dunks, Pamphlets, Magstin.s, School Books, maps, uo., ao. ai.ii rucau i;ullnry, Port Mo nies, Memorandums, Past llookt, llank Book., Plain and finer Cards, Porte folios, Writing Materials, Cap Lotlor, Uairi Note, Drawing, Tis- suo auj htnov rapor, nristni unard, tlaia and Vane Nolo Loiter and Kav.l.pes, Araold'a hlsck, red snd canaine Writing Fluid, Facer's, Hrookmin It Lsngdnns, and other celebrated Lead Pencil., round .nd square, Blnles and Kill. Pencil., Gold Pens and Cases. I. a wonl,.v. rytlung usually kept ia a first cla.s Honk blur.. Prices as low aa any town ia tlie country. A. he has engaged In the iiusines. with Ihe Intuition of "making a living" at it, he is deter mined to boeotne aa efficient uatarer for tbe public, if money and unwearied attention to the bustnoas will accomplish tbe end. Persons wishing booas but seldom esllrd for, can have lliera promptly erdercd from Kastera Houses at reasonable rataa. AH the litest publications will be found upon bis shelves. He hopes to receive a liberal share ol tbe public pstronsge. 11. W. IMIIUrk'. ' Aa'jland, April S, ISM. . ,, SUif PEOPLE'S SALOON C0NFECTI.0NEEY1I IRJJST BACHGRKP. respectfully annouuen j to hi. friends and lover, of good living gea rally, that b. ha. made a eomplete r.notalio. in his establishment, one donr west of the Mc Nulty Honse, Ashland, Ohio,- and will koop coir alsntly on hsnJ during tlie ..suing summer .very lusury usually found ia Ihia market, N. B. jrnraa'fWa,lhatao Intoncatisj liquor will be kept la my .stshlishment. Ashland, March 8th, mt. n4J tf. Old Iron Wanted. . .. THR atinacribpr will pay CABH ror any euvntlty of old msUldshvem -rt,rU mjuflr-in Athlual. i-ci. i ti" ' i ' m. a. aa AfloriDLa?. i. J!: i ORPUIIATKD MAY O, 1854. ! 1 paTuTty: "' ,'. . E G F0I.ROM, A. B., Principal; tf acher of Practl cil and Ornamental PenniaF)iln, E. P. GOOUNUIIUU, 8uperiutiidcnt. Prof, of the Theory and practice or Buok-Kerrl'ift, and Loc turer on Marcautile Customs, Oeueral Laws of Trail a. Account, tkc. V. II, HOLliSTEH, Assistant in Book Keeping Do nartinrnt. GKO. Wll,KY,TH08. II, HAY and n. B. PAI.MKR, or the tncvuiaim liar. Lecturers on Mercantile Law. Rev. K. II. KEVIN and 3: C. VAUGHN. Kiq., Lee- turers un riiniicai economy, It. V. HUMIKTON, Lecturer on the History of Com. merce auu me An oi uompuiauoji. . . VISITING COMHfTTBB. A. 0. Brown well,.. John B Wuhij, ... T. C. Hevcranco Harmon L, f'tiapln, " Truman P. Handy, 8. 11 Mather. . Andrew Preeee, -John Hliermaii. ll. P. Eels, , . T. P. Hay, ' ' John L. Severance. O. V. tiahod. Pur the Mercantile CoursotTiiieuiillmltrd...9n 00 inopama course lor !aaies 83 W Twenty Lessons in Practical Pflninanshipsiaaply5 till For full Course lu Flourishing, dec 5 00 The Principal of tiie Institution, euldrd bv the wants and experltnoes of the Mercantile community has recently Necurea some of the ableat men In the Slate as lust motors and Lecturers In Ihe various de partments of the College -. , Tlie Prof of the Fclcuee of Accounts, lias had an experience of eight or nine years ,n Commercial Af- lain, alternating nit tune, partly as Teacher, In Die Mercantile Colleges of Clnctnati, Pittsbinffh- mil Cleveland, and parity as an actual Book-keeper in the best Butniieim Houhr in the Country. Thexc rareqtial Ificatioiia, f o deMraMc and yet so seldom founa in out Mercantile (Schools, will euahie this College tu Im part a more thorMiffh kiiowlwljfo of the real minttia of Practical am) Theoretical Hook-Keeping thaa can bo had probably In any similar iustitutiuiu in tho Unltrd States. The subject of Oom mured! Calculations will have more prominence in this than in most lustlteitons of the kind, tire atteparate chair is to oe devoted to It, bcniJcn the usual instruction given by the the Prof, uf Accounts. The mmlus operandi i f Teach hiR la en tii ely new ami oriftinal pursued by ho Mercantile School found In no text book. aud may be justly and properly styled' telegraphic" In its nature, since it will abridge the labors of the Accuuotaul, more than one half. Penmanship In addition to Ihe usual method pur sued, will he taught on the new and unrivalled Sys tem of Chirythinuaraphy, developed by the Principal In bis extensive experience a limtiuclur In the Pub lic Hchools of this city and elsewhere. This pyMem will produce the popular Commercial Hand of Mi e day, iu about half Ue lime usually devoted 10 that pur pose. mtAxcia coLiJtotTk, ikarlin, POKTAGHiCOIINIY. . ClfARIsER PECK, Jr., l'ruftssor of tbe Hclenceor Accounts. TERMS. Pot Pull Course, Time unlimited $23 nn The Branch lsintendrd to afford the same advan tages for Commercial Kducatlon an at the uialu Col lege, Clevclaiitl. The Iiiriitutinn I under the enerrtetlr Ruperlntend ence of Charles Peek, Jr., a rare practical and skillful Accountant. TH3 ' he course can be completed la from eight to twelve wceW. Jn3 Instruction being given individually. Students can enter at any iimc. JTP 1'ipli mas awarded to graduates. II. P i The Prkiiciiial will render aitance to those wno umire employment alter mey nave eranuaieu. jr y For rurther particulars see circulars Just issued and Hie regular catalogue. (Send for them b) mail. Anhlaud, MarchilO. IMI. - 40lf . . BACON'S MERCANTILE C'OLEGE. NOKTII-WEST COItNEH SIXTH AXD WALNUT, PERSONS deairoua or becoming thorough and accomplished aceounUnts, will find it great ly to their advantage to call on the undersigned, before engaging elsewhere ,as he ia prepared to de monstrate, fully that hie accommodations for stu dents, the comprehensiveness of the course of in. si ruction, and facilities for procuring situations for those desirous of obtaining thorn, are unsur passed , (as it Is believed, uneqiialed,) by any aimilar inatitution in the United States. In addition to tho regulareourso of lastructnn, there will be a SKU1KS OV I.EOTUUKS on topics of great importance in a commercial point ol view, delivered by Hon. Bellamy Smrcr, K. D. Mansfield, Esq., Rev. Bnmuel W. Fisher, Henry C. Lord, Esq., Prof. Chaa. W. Wright, and other eminent LecUirera and Buatneai men. These lecturea being anew and important feature not introduced in any of the other Mercantile Collfgoa. Notwithstanding the great expense attendant upon securing the servicoa of able Lecturers and Assistants, the Terms for Tuition will remain aa heretofore, via : For a full course oflnstruction tn D E Bouk-Keeping, Writing, Commercial Calculation, Lectures, fee. $4000 Writing (only) per month o 00 At a meeting of the Graduating Class of Bacon's Mercantile College, held iu the Lecture Koom of the College edifice, Friday. Mth March, IKVt, J. H. Kaker was appointed chairman, and Westot) Arnold, Kecre lary. On motion; a committee of fivat composad or H. J. Itowman. J. H. Ilaker, B. J. Forsyth, T. ().8aw yer and Geo. Nichol, was appointed to rsport resolu tions expressive of the high ofiinlon entertained by the class, of the merits of ibis Institution, and of tlie character and qualifications uf lha Principal and bis Assistants. Whereupon, the eemmitt reported tbe following preamble and resolutions, which were enantmously adopted: WHfcaiua. We, ihe members of the Graduating Class of ft. 8. Ilacoa, Marcatitile Ooilegit, being about to separate, desire to give expression to out feelings of respect for our esteemed Instructor, and his corps of able assistants. Therefore, a " Rttohed, That the thanks oj the class are due to our said Instructors for the uniform kindness of their deportment toward ua while In this- Institution- at the same lime tho thoroughness or their instructions has entitled them to our highest respect aud confi dence. Hit t red, That wt recommend this Institution re all who may desire to acquire a commercial educa tion, as alTordiag the greatest facilities for such ac quisition, XmssW, That we as a class, affix out names to these proceedings, and that a -opy of them be deliv ered to it. H. llatua, add that they be published In hu city napra. . . a . . II. A. Bowman, R. Black, Wm. W. Snyder, Isaac Beuilimao, J. f. Haker, . Prank llo Kliiott, P. W. Carroll, R. J. Poisyth, A. Paddock, Oeonre Nlchol, " G.H.Hughes, Weston Arnold, JamesThoaiSMioii, II. U. Kyger, Daniel Boweo. W. T. Kobinsou, George llarvle, 8. Field, H .con's Mraraarita Collkuu. "The examina tion of the student's in Book-Keeping exhibited a de gree o proficiency on Iheirpart highly creditable to themselves and Mr. Haeoa, their Instructor. The most ditficalt problems in Double Kniry were aa rap Idly solved as the most simple, giving ample proof to the audience thai the information imparted during the session would be of practical beueflt." Ci acinus ll F.mmiwf Mirth W.A, IHS1. The various compter questleoa proposed by tts Priaelpal and other gentle men nrssent, were answej ed with great promptitude eud'cotrciawnese, whieh reflects great credit upon the course of study pursued at this lnstitulloB."-CiMsMti ily Oaistls. . "Mr. Hacoa Is unrivalled as a teacher A diploma from this Collage la Cincinnati, Is required as a Vim ftta stain obtaining sltualioite in lb best Mercantile Houses In large cities. UhiUiftkt Antitnt Mtrf Ua Man nth, mX Mr Haeon has cenftrucied the upper perllotr of els building expressly for the purposes or bis college, and without any doubt, tt la tha most oosaplele arrange men t of the kind In tbe Vailed SUWs-"C. . Otulf, JVr. 8. 13:1. , This whole Institution Is undoubtedly the most e1fvai and fltitshsd esukltsbmenl, for the purposes, itrthe worlV'--Cs4rsr. . ., , iifr f j rea.w,ii. w.-ii.;. . m ttt, - t ' u I THE GREAT'PUnrWEft Oi THE BLW)!). ' NOT A TACTIC i;E OF MERCURY . -ftN VV-i -' l'iflrtitrii All infalliWfc Kemcdy Tor rkronjla, KiugB BvN Kheumalism, Ubstlnate CutaiMoua Krupllons, Flmplra nr rsttjes 0D lite. 4oe, ttlotebss, fio44s Chronic Hore Jiyes, King Worm or Vetter, Rcald Hearty BiiIarRSiiienlsaiid Pain oft he Bones and Joints, Stub born Ulcers, Syphilitic Disorders, Lumbago, Mplnal Complaints, and all Diseases arising from an Injudi cious use of Mcrcurr. linnruilencc In Life, or Impuri ty of the Wlbottv r - "' This valuahle Medicine, which basecome onlebra ted for the number 6f extraordinary cures fleeted through Its agency, has -Induced tha .proprietors, at the urgent request of their friends, to offer totha ruhlic, which they do with the utmost crwAilfiOoe in Is virtues and wonderful curative properties. The following certificates, aelecled rov -large number, are, however, stronger testimony than Vhe merevrovsl of the proprietors ; and are sdl from aentlsrnea well known In their localllles, and of the highest respeo uliility, many of tbem .residing H is cay ol Bich- moiid. Va. F. Bovnan, Esq.. efthe Exchange Betel, BletiWosnl,; known every-whore, says he has sees the Medicine oalled Carter's Spanish Mixture administered In over a hundred cases, In nearly all tha diseases for which. It Is recontmendeU, with the most astonishingly good results. He says It la the most extraordinary medi cine he basevcrscen. Amis snd Fbvir -Grbat Ccar. 1 hereby certify, that for three ye an I had Ague and Fever of the most violent-description..' 1 had several Physicians, took largo quantities of Quinine, Mercury, and I believe1 all tha Tonics advtrtlsed, but all without any perma nent relict At last 1 tried Carter's Spanish Mliture two bottles of which effectually cured me, and I am happy to say have had neither Chills or Fever since. I consider It the bestToiiloln tbe world, and tha only medicine that ever reached my case. - f" JOHIf LOKGDKNV Beaver Dam, negT BUhmond, Va- 0. U. Lcra Esq., now In the city of Richmond, and for many years in the Poat OflicT has such confidence In the astonishing efficacy of Carter's Spanish Mix ture, that be has bought upwards of SO bottle,1 which be has given away to the afflicted, Mr. Luck says he kas never known jtlofail when taken according to directions, Dr. Minna, a practicing Physician, and formerly of the City Hotel, in the city of Hiohmond, says he ha witnessed In a number of Instances the effects of Carter's tiraulsh Mixture which were moat truly sur prising. He saya In a case of Consumption, depend, ent outhe Liver, flic good effects wore wutulsr.u. la. deed. ' fiinrsi. M Baiaiia,nf tlie firm of Drinker ifqy ris, Richmond, was cured of Liver Complaint of IT years standing, by the use of two bottle of Cartel's , flpanish Mixture. Gssat Ceaa er Bt aorDL4.--The Bdltora ef the Kirhinond Republican bad a servant employed in thir press room, cured of violent ftcrofula. eoniblneit with Rheumatism, which entirely disabled him from work. Two bottles of ( irrter's (Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of him, and the Editors, In a pub lic notice, say they cheerfully recommend tt to ell who are afflicted with any dlsedaecf the blood." v S-riLt AnoTiir.a t'rar of KriortiL. I had a yety valuahle boy cured of Ncrofula by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider It truly a valuahle medicine. James-M. Taylor. Conductor ou tbe H. P. dc P. B. H, Co., Kir hniond. Va. , , . , HALT KHhUM OF W YEARp STANDING CUBKD Mr. John Tunttpson, reshlilig in the city of Ricii. mond, was cured by I hreo bottles of Carter's Spaaisa Mixture, of Halt Hheuni, whkh he had nearly tit) years and which all the phaalclans of the city coald not cure, Mr. Thompson Is a wed known merchant iu the city of Richmond, Va.r, and his cure la most re markable. Wm. A. Matthews, of Richmond, had a servant (tared of Kyplnlls, iu the worst form, by Carter's Spanish Mixture, He says he cheerfully recommends it. and considers it an Invaluable medicine, , - j Rl iinn R Warr, of Itlchmnnd, was ctrreff or Scrofula, and what Physicians called cnufirmrd con sumption, by three botllce of Carter's Spanish Mix tun. ( - KtJiriK DritTuii, oonniitiisloiiri of ihe irvenue, saya he has seen the Rood effects of Carter Huauiah Mix tuicin a numher or Syphilitic cases, and says ll is a perfect cure for that bucrlble disease. , . .1 V. m. O. HAnwnon, or Richmond, cured of 0W sores, and Ulcers, which disabled hj,m iron) Walking. Took, a few bottles or barter's' Spanish Mixture, and waa enabled to walk without a-crutch, in a short time permanently cured. - , . Principal 1 pot sat M. Wiao Closb dc Co., No. 83, Maiden Lane, New Vork. . , r T. V. DTatT 4 Sons, No. 132, 'Korth-fAl Street. Philadelpbln . , Hknultc ti Ukirs, No. 125, Main Street, Rhhmood, Virginia. . . i Aud forsale iy B. II. Chpss, Ashland, H.n. See, Ac Co., Savanna, 4. Kanainuaa, Hayasville, J. Hnrrsts;, Jcnitneville, AnDsasondi Ho wis, Luudonville, and Dealers iu Medicines overyWbers. Jao-16( '34.uS4ly-' LIVER CtOMPLAlNT.: Jaundice, Dyappalttf Chronic olr Wer--roUa.Dublllfy Ulaeaaeof the Kldnefa, ' And all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or. Stomach, such a Constipation, In ward Files, Full nessor Blood tnthe Heart. Acidity efthe RtomecbV Nausea, Heart llt'rn, Disgust lor Pood, Fullness or Weight In the Stoma'-)!, hour Kructatious, Sinking or Fluttering at th pit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Hurried and DiOlcult Breathing, Flut tering at the Heart, Choking or Hoftacetlng Scnsa lion wnen in a lying posiure inmncss oi vision,, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dell pain; in the Head. Deficiency of PrespIratt,on. Yellow liens of the Skin and F.es, rain in the Side, Back, Chest, Limbs, dec, Sudden Flushes of ilea., Burning; in the Flesh, constant Imaginings of Evil, and Great Depression of Spirit, can be effectually cured by using Dr. UuoflaniTs Celebrated German Bitters, pttKPARKD BY DH. C. M. JACKSON, at th Ger X man Medicine Store, WD Arch Street, Philadelphia. ' Their power over the above diseases is not sxctllsd. If, equalled, by any other preparation in the United State as the cures attest, iu jnauy cases alter skillful physt f Clans had failed. These Bitten arewfrrthy the attention of Invalids. PossesstngiKrcatfjlrlueain the rteitflcation of diseases,; Ofthe Liver and lesser glands, exercising the most searching power In weakness and affections of tha digestive orgeus, they are wlliial sals, certain aad r plceian,f , v . i t . - . - ....- v . ' READ AND BE CONVINCED. , R. B. Praaias, Marietta, Ohio, Feb. 19, ll.1l! salit Vimr Hitters .rs hlshly prlteil bf thoM vrbo bav. uteil them. In a ca of Liver Complaint, ot long slaiiilliig, which had resisted tlie skill of several Phy sicians, waa entirely cured by the use of five bullies." C. L..I1sakc, Freedom, Portaae coOhlar April Kl, lH.S9.sald : "The tierinan llittertyousnqtmslaiilhav. not yet come totiand. J have been out nlttwarllcle fur eome tlni., totlie rrcat detriment At Invalids. It is a medicine much thought ol and sought aJlejr la fbia- community. " II. M. HoTrnistov, m.d., lledfnrd, Cuyahoaa Co., O. Auaust l, IK.W, said i "The Hitlers you shipped, a.' In H.y last are all gone I think It a rood mndl. cine, aad I am recommsiidlng II to my patients ao4 Irlendt. (which I do lor no other patent med!clne.) . Vou will plca.e forward a larfe supply." H. Ks.si a. WOv.ter, O., Nov. 31), IKS, ssld r I' I have uvt-d some three or four hollies of Roofiand'. German Ultters lur'TlyinierisIs, and derived great bene. fit from their use. I betlev. them to be good for all 1 diseases tOMVlilnh'lhey are rKOmmsnded." ' ' ' Wm. oaa, Wootter, O., Hciober a, )Kt, said: . "You ask ruemy opinion oflhe German Hitlers. I have used thrm far lly.iiep.ia and Indigestion, anit 1 tahe pleevure In rlatlng dial 1 think they are the very ' best remedy extant for tlie abov. complaints they r.. . decidedly I. advaao 1 all th. proptlcUry raedi.uiM . cflhaday." . i Mr. osa Is a dl.tlngsl.bed lswyar of wooster. Thex Hlller. are entirely venrlabl.. Tbey never proetrsle ths system, but Invlgorats It. For Hals by R. It. CIIUUHgi CO., A.hluid.sad by Urussl.il and dealere lo mlicl.assv.rywksr.. i ,:. Ashland Feb. l.-n37 ly. . . laapartant 1Htwrry l - IiEUEF IH TES MlSOtEXU BIITAN'8 PULMONIC WArERSar. unfailing inr i" tho our. of Cooght, Colds, Asthma, ' bronchitis, Sore Throats, Hoarseness, Difficult ' Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and Diaeseesof tlie Longs. Thot have no taste ol medicine, and anv child will take them. ' Thousands have been tailored to health that had before dispalred. Tes timony given In hundred, of eases.. aingl dose relieve! in ten minutes I Ask Tor Bryan's Pulmonic Wileislh original and only genuine is stamped " Bryan.' Hpunou. kinds are offered for sale. Tentyflv.'c.Ms a boi. Sold by dealer, generally. J. BRYAN at Co., Reehe.l.i', New York j Proprietor.. ' Whole, sale by jVD.Pera, Cinelaaatry Obio W. Flek.g I Clevolewr, fJhl... ... . i...; I ... I February , 1864- rsSStf. ,!...., iV.li( i i ii r. . i ' i ) , ,LEAp, ZINC, IBOtf PAINT, ; OXXj KriCJ OOIaOXlO, M.siiPACTrstn at "' 1'HA.MCIH H. l.EWIM, Co., 'I - " B.pre.entea by Lewis, J.ssiiC...i 98 """th Front Street, Phllidelphla. ORDEBR thankrallyrecelved-rilnictually attsndea J" lo, guaranteed to glv. satlsfaetloa, and olMrtel 7 ' lor s.1. on th. moat liberal Urms, ' . i . . 't ror samD MiMid .artlculars. t aa abo ,bov... ... v. .. Jatf.ia.-i .j.i.i,-.:i-JS .a ,i , .,, . 1 .rici-.r-i ;i .'. .