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DKMOCEATK PRIMARY ELECTION.
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.r "Tn VMMrhi pebliafcaw vary Wednesday
lata tawa f Aanlaael, Ashland .,
JNO. SHERIDAN. -
Cm est alaia lu, tw R. MsJdaban's Stare.
--. . .,,THOiiill V famished ta uhteribw)
ei. . . ' Nt tTTlTO DOLLARS per as a am.
u.MU.r!PM a asa-a Mm the expiratlea
afcer m . Tw Hot t aaa abb Fimr.Cur,
.--'larili in variably be surged, if ayu-eBt V ee-
ferrest tU aft the etpiratioa tha .
A t-Uara a pay ia fWH. aa fi etic r
J! . NliHUi Bathe PeWisbar, at tha close of
r " law tisse aahearibed far. aoaeidered a
" Mcagaaiaat fct laa eext year. Bad aa aa jaar
aaaata, 11 Maaa a lese.
';,1iary aaaaaaaa iasertiea.... .......
, Oaa ee, vara Bith
I aaaaraj aaa yaar.,...
Oaa fWana columa aaa jaar.
. "paa laird aalaau aaa yaar. . . ...
. - Oaa halfeelema aaa yaar......
Twa thirds calama aaa yaar....
Tare fcerths eelama aaa yaar.
V Oaa aalaaia aaa yaar.........
i33ook nnb Sob printing.
The protocol has beeu signed by the
V. H""! J" pareaaaati a aapeia aaw praaa, representatives of the four powers, as
aaa aadaJ larSa lot of aaw typa t oor already j gerting tne;r intention to maintain the
...-aitaaaWa aaaartaMat ai Jab aialeriala, wa ara j integrity 0f Turkey.
" aw arapar ta axacala, ia a atyla that caaaet ngtrjand Prussia demand the evac-
aarpaaaatl oy aay affiea ia thia aectioa of; nation of Turkish territory.
Bead, Label, -Drafta,
Maaka, Bill Heada, ' Tiekeia.
.'rrAJlPHLETS, PRCGSAilMES, POSTERS,
aaV a abort, every deacfiptiaa af Plaia aad
-daaa ia taa Eaeat atyle aftka art, md canaot
-fail tfia aattafactioa. All ardera promptly
tteadad ta. .
',;-- ; "' '", all enrpsor . '
; Blanic Deeds and Justices Blanks,
' ififceai aaaataatly aa baad aad for eale at tbia of
jeWa. Oar Blaake ara aaatly printed aad aa tka
-' beat Reality af paper, aad fire geaeral aatiafac
"iaa with thoae who h need theai. Order
i ... Meios Campbell, -true to his old hab
:it, haa brought on a new styla of Hats.
--- Whoever wants a good and fashionable
.'Hat, will find it at the Ashland Hat
; Store, one door east of the Post Office.
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'"'r' ; " ".' -
wrr-T. C Bdshhell, has received a sec-
t-T- aaad stock of New Goods, which are cer -
l 'tilaly lair to look upon.' His stock of
- Grockierj, which haa just arrived, is one
f the best ever brought to town. Fur
"ther particolars next week. 1 1
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.?:-'T i.MAirsraa.D, Patest Clover Hull
' -:jk9 akb CutAmsa Machikk. This ex-
4 Wdligt j Valuablo Machine is . daily
j. growing more popular among those who
-.- Thera is no misUlt fcSoat
-- ata-being among the best Machines- for
efsjssiiUBjr. Clover' in use - in this country,
aiid M'- M. "appears to be reaping a rich .
jharveat ia the sale of them. See his
:'.dvertaernent, ; . .. . . ':. '
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: ' - ASHLAHO CoU.TTT . I-IHAJIAaT. We
-seal! the special attention ef our readers
the exhibit of the Beeeipts aad Ex-
.r.-peuditures of this Institution for the
' past year, published in to-day's paper.
: " 'Jt is certainly the best and fullest re-.
' ; jwrt ever yet published in thia County,
;" nd should receive the careful perusal
; ; of every tax-payer. ,
-1 "W. B. McCaktt. The business man,
-as well as all others, is directed to the
'Card of this gentleman in another col
! .huul -r He will serve them " all alike,''
either as a ' Lawyer or Justice of tha
. Peace. '. ' ...
'Av SrocxaoLDEa. A correspondent, j
in another column in to-day's paper,'
propounds several interrogatories to us,
which, not being able to answer, we ex
pect some of the knowing ones will come
out with a statement iu full concerning
this Road. This is exactly what is '
wan fed, in Oar opinion, and anything
.short of it will only create additional-'
"'-distrust. Come, brethren, let ns have .
,- -clean hands and pare hearts. "
Sensible. In a list "of
I-". warded at a country fair, a reporter
';,ave tinder the Lead of "Domestic Ar -
- ticlea Beat Bed-Comforter, Miss Mary
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-i- : - , .-. ,
:7.. T.vsrn f"Virrn4 Tliovo ?a m in
-Jackson coanty. California, which La s ;
vcen ine gBUOWS OI seven ainerent Til-
lIanL at aatnajTamrat4eTMtinn..nl
7 J I .
, All ordered by Judge Lynch.
Handsomb Beneptt. The nett pro
seedaof the benefit given by Miss Ileoon
to fie firemen of Marysrllle, on Satur
day night, amoante'd to$730 50. '
:;.T la Jtvl Heetiag-.:. ;
AtFeltM k. MeCaenVa etnee, mm Tnarsday
t e4 the the nreseat week. President
'JCsat will be present, ssd Dr.Eard will sddresa
ska asaetias; "'
- iaaa 14, 1854.
..j Thar - will be a. asbltc discesma at tha
lreaekosmisB Soeietj ia their Hall, aa Tness
day avenieg tbe SOU iaat. W hea the following
aaestiee will ba discassed
Kbsolvko, That the history of tha Protastaat
- Cbwrsh has proved itsalf aa aabvwrsive to tba
ssfsasnples af liberty, a the Charch Rome. '
' Affirmative. W. B. McCabtt, A G.W.Bni..
.. . Kogaiiva. 8. M. Babbbb. .
Tbe public ara respeetfully iavitad to attead
'. yMisa If . . McMasjb, Soc'y.
. - J.V. STOIfER, Prest. '
ft, a If OS LRWIS Wishes it,detinctly
Jfc A nadersteed that be bss not quit the
avers sasstaeas. aaa ins, as bss last mads suite
.. s eatitioa io bi Bias ia las lbs acucias ei wg.
Brie sad :40 hones.
Hie Stable Is bow kept Immediately back of
- theSsmpssi Boss. Cutomrs can always Hud
,:- sasse fsnos ta attead ta them eitber at the 8te
, bss or tse Bampael House. Pssasngers.csrriad from
- Ashland in say diractios. at taodsrat rate.
i . Kay 17, IBM. , . SW
Arriraluf the Arctic ind Hermann !
DEqiLtKE IN liREA'DSXUFI'S!
f5W xouxr Jane .
Th Arctid reached Lerck at two I
o'clockNLSLa-tru&.da8 to,-the 28th. i
ry says itiatFlonBdecHnd.fully 3a,,
and quoteVOhio t 39a40ayheat de
clined 6d., ahd otaoes witey ,12s. 3d.
al2s. 6d. CotT declined'-d. on all
gradea below rniddling. VCoi quiet.
Other circulars say the decline in
l?lnnr hiiiWn nnlr 1 r )tl r RA Tnrlnir
i the week, and Wheat 3d. In fact the
I circulars greatly vary in their reports.
Uenekal Intelligence. it is stated
that the French army in Turkey will be
augmented to 170,000 men.
The Russians were endeavoring to cut
off communication between Varna and
The combined fleets were still ' cruis
ing before Sebastopol.
The Greek Bishop had been arrested
j at Pesth as a Russian emissary, and im
J prisoned. There was important papers
louna upon mm.
The rebellion in Thessaly is gaining
ground. It was rumored that the Rus
sians, being unable to defend the seaboard
of Circassia, had evacuated all their po
sitions from Matoma to Anapa, burning
all their own forts, after which they re
turned to Kentz.
The Circassians came down and took
New York, June -8 P. M.
London papers of the 24th, which
were not received by the Arctic, state
that Admiral Napier, after eight hoars'
bombardment, had destroyed the fortress
of Gustafsweren, at the entrance of the
Gulf of Finland, and taken 1,500 Rus-
B,PriBPne.ra' . t .
The British steamer, Tiger, was taken
j near Odessa, and afterwards burnt
The par;8 corre8rondent of the Lon-
j don Time says a combined attack on
the Crimea, by sea and land, has been
concluded upon at Constantinople.
1 It is reported from Vienna that Ras- !
! sia has concluded treaties with Persia,;
Bokharra, and Khava, and is to keep a '
.K;;rv fnrce in thoa States.
A squadron of Spanish Steamers Was
preparing at Cadiz to sail for Cuba in.
: July.- Iroops are to leave in June for
the same destination.
The India overland mail brines dates
x uc isu ',..' " K -
from Calcutta to April 20, from China
t March lit, ana lrom Australia to
. March 20. The Insurgent army ta Chi-
reported that Commodore Perry has es-
tablished friendly relations with Japan.
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The yield of gold in Australia was in-
xuo &cia vers uicioiwa
Asblab-b. June It, 1854-
Wiut . . .-. ......1,79a 1J
Plows per barrel......... .9,00
Oats- .....SS a 31
Cosn. ...................................... X? a 40
TiaeTBT .....S 00
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1 CLEVELAND BIAREET,
SaTvanAT June T3.
Flour Sales of 100 bbl fancy at 9; extra held at
9,509.T9; retail at 1 10.
Wheat We hear of no sales; market to-day quiet
Cora Considerable in market, no sale; held at
5758c. " ....
Oats Held at 43c.
Butter Somewhat active with sales of 10 kegs
prime new at 19c; 27 kegs at 14c, and lOkegs inferior
at 121e .
Lard Ko sale; held at prime.
Pork We bear of no salt and bot little doing;
bolder ask S 13 for me.
Bam and Shoulders Ssles of 1500 lbs at St5ic,
' Eggs Sales of two lots, 10 bbls and S5 bbl, at 10c.
Cheese Sal of 90 boxes at Sc, and two lota of
30 boxes and ons ton at Sic prime.
a. CirCCINXAXI JIABKET.
Pbibav Bvsxine, June, It
FLOUR ANDGRAIS The Flour market'was flat
today, and the on It sale beard ofwas 50 oils, at i.
: fLh f e".V"!? V?1?!?":''
i -hrls. A sale of73 bush. Barley Malt at f 1,98.
j Com nasdeciined tosac
PKovisions-The oniys.ie beard orto-d.y w
3,500 pea. Bulk Shoulders snd Hsms at 436c. Tbe
t market continue extremely quiet. .
j BHTTBB Tbe demand isquite limited, and U not
: eaoal to tbesunolv ataaiiOe
FRUIT There seems to be no demand of conse-
i ousnce for Dried Annies or PeuhM. --
could not be mede in the smsll way. Wo quote
' Peaches at IS91,0; and Apples aiOl.tO.
Marrleel Onthe8thinst-,by Wm.S.S trick,
land, Esq.. Mr. Hsbbt Cbobausb. Hayesville, to
Miss BMSABBTsi Daltok, of Vermillion t
Ashland, county, Ohio.
A Wonderful Discovery bas recently been made'
by Dr. Curtis, of this city, ia tbs treatment of con
sumption, asthma, and all diseases of tbe lungs.
We refer to Dr. Curtis' Hygean or, laualiug Hy
a-eaa Tspor sad cherry syrup.' Within this new
I method tbe Dr. bss restored msny afflicted ones to
perfect health ; Ss aa evidence or which be bss
innnmeuble certificates. . F peaking ef tbe treat
ment a physician remarks: It is svidsnt that ia
haling constantly brsstbing aa sxreeable, healing
vapor, the medicinal propreties must come in di
rect contract with Its whole of tbe crial cavity
of the lung, and thus escape tbe many aad varied
changes Broduced-upoa them, whea Introduced in-
I to tbe stomach, and subject to tbe process ot di
gestion. Tne Hygean Is for ale at all the drug
gist throughout the country. JV r. Dutchmen,
. See advertisement of Medicated Inhalation ia
another column of this paper. jjg .
Mead tie following tetter in tenor ef Dr. A. L. Ad-
amis, Liver Beleem. .
Dr. A. L. Ababs Dear Kirs 1 save beea much I
ffiwr iimlnahlA I.lver Balaam A-mh aLI.i. i I
have found great relief, and ia my opinion it far
surpasses aay Medicine which bss sver been in.
troduced. . want you to send me more as soon as I
possible. ... - - '' ' ' ' ,'
Pike, Bradford co.. Fa. LOOK IS WJJLLS.
The DaataeraU af Aahlaad Coaaty are ra
oaaited ta ateet at their aaaal pla af koldiag
alactiaaa M aaah tawaahip - : ,
' On Saturday, July $t, 1854.' '
Thea aad there ta erfaaixa a Baard af twa
Jadgea aad aaa Clark, wha will receive aad
apea a Poll Book ia which the aame af the
voter aball be kept aa well aa the af the i
different candidate raaaiag (or office. The
Coaaatittea ara anaaimoaa aad determined that
on ether thaa Democrat ahall be permitted
to vote, aad that aa Poll Book wiil be recei ved
from any townahip which coLtaina mora name
thaa the whole a amber of Democratic vote
polled ia the towaabip at the laet - Presidential
or Gabaraatorial election. Each Poll Book
meat contain tho name af the voters voting at
the meeting.. Ifene other caa be received.
rj good Democrat will perceive the neces
sity ol tbia if it woald serve na other parpoae
thaa ta preserve the orgaaisatioa of the Demo
cratic party, which ia paramount to the promo
tion of nny set of men.
The Judges and Clerks, after the election,
shall certify aa abstract of the votes polled for
each Candidate, and retain it to tbe Board of
Caavawera by one of the Judge certified to by
the whole Board, and ahall appoint oaa ol
their number to return the Poll Book, which
return Judges and the Central Committee will
constitute the Board of Canvasser o be held
aa MONDAY. JULY 3. 1854. at li o'clock.
! r tha fniirl Hanu in As' land 'and the candi
date having the highest aumber of vote for
each office ahall be declared tbe choice of the
Democratic party ; and should any two or more
candidatea receive aa equal number of votes
for the aame office, it shall be the duty of the
Board of Canvassers to decide which shall be
the nominee. A majority of the Board shall be
deemed sufficient to determine.
. The Candidate to be voted for are: 1 Pro
bate Judge ; 1 Clerk of the Court; I Sheriff; 1
Prosecuting Attorney ; 1 Auditor; 1 Treasurer,
1 Commissioner ; 1 Infirmary Director.
At the same time and place the Democracy
of each Township are requested to choose
Delegates to represent them at the Congress
ional Convention, the time and place of which
will bereafke - be given. The Committe believe
the coanty will be entitled to the same number
a at the last Congressional Convention which
was 24, and apportioned as follows:
Hanover, S Delegates; Lake, 1 ; ' Green. 2;
Mohecan, S ; Vermillion, S ; Mifflin, 1; Mil
ton, 1; Montgomery, 4 ; Perry, 2; Orange, 2;
Jackson,! ; Sullivan, 1 ; Troy, 1 ; Ruggles, 1;
Clearcreek, 1. '
Tbe Polls to be opened in each Township at
8 o'clock, A. M., and closed at 7 o'clock, P.
J. SHERIDAN, .
J. P. COWEN,
WM. S. STRICKLAND,
Democratic Central Committee.
(ST Ou dollar will b charged Candidal t for
announcing their namt. except vhert thrf are
not nbcriber$ ta the " Union," token they will
invariably he charged three dollare. Pag.
mnt in all case in advance.
Ma. Editob: Please snaounee tha aame or
Hoa. H. H. Jomtsosr, as a candidate for re-eiec-
" " mc" Kapreseauuva ia Loagress
decision of the DlsUict Convention, and oblige
, We are authorized to snaounee the name or
J.D.Joacs, as a candidate tor the office of
1 Sheriff, sul.ject to thedecieioa of the JDemoera.
j cy at their Primary Meetings, to be held on the
;. 0 Julv next.
, maaouoce mJtf u . edid, for eiec.
J uoa to tha '"" of clerk r the Co tf Com-
' " th? Ul AT ' : J..SHKRIDAN.
: Mas SHtaiDAat Please ennounce the name
: of Da. H. Buck, of Rowsburg, ass candidate lor
, Trca.ure. ,oujeet to the decision of the Pri-
maty Meeting, end oblige many Democrats of
Mm. SHHinn : Please announce the aame
ofJ 8. FutTOK, Esq., as a candidate' fur the
Sice of Prosecuting Attorney, subject tr the
decision of tha . Democracy at their Primary
Meeting, and oblige , . Mini Dcmocbat. .
Dm- J. SHcazDSirr Please announce the
name ol Geo. W. McCostbell ns candidate for
re-election to the office of County Commission
er, subject to the decision of the Democracy at
t'-eir primary Meetings, and oblige
Hosts or DcmocaATS.
" Ma. DniTon : Announce the name of Oblow i
? srrsT, as a esndidate lor County Tre surer, I
the decision of the Democracy of'
, Ashland at their Primary Meetings, and oblige
i i . r eiimuiu .
1 ' J. Khisioaw: Please announce tbe name of
omce of county Treasurer, subject to the decision
of the Democracy at their Primary Meetings, and
oblige his numerous Dkxoubatic Fmikmds.
Mr. Rrbiibas : Please announce the name of
Or. S. Kiiidli. of Montgomery Tp.. aa a caudidate
' for tbe omce of county Treasurer, aubject to the
" decision of the Democracy al their Primary Meet
j iugs, and oblige M&ir Dbhocbatic Fkishds.
i Mr. Editob: Please announce the name or
. Hoen Maooibs, of Montgomery Tp., as a candi
' date for Infirmary Director, subject to the will of
the Democracy at their Primary Meetings, and
oblige Mamv Dkbocbat.
!' Dr. Shbbidav: Please announce the name of
! A. L. Cckti of Montgomery Tp., as a candidate
' far re election to the office of Probate Judge, iu
, and for tbe county of Ahland, and oblige
Hta DfsoctiTic Kbibsds.
Editob Uiiioif : AuituDtt Ponrca of
', Montemery Township, will be a candidate for
j re-election to the office of Prosecuting A.tor
I ney, subject to the decision of the Democracy
ol, Ashland county at their Primary Meetings.
by request of Mast Dcmocbats.
.. Ma. Eorroa: Pleae announce the aame ol
i Isaac Gates, of Montgomery Townahip, ss a
i candidate for re-election to the office of Au
ditor of Ashland county, subject t the decis
I ion of the Democracy at their Primary Meet
' ngs, and ob.ige Mast CsoctAn.
CL0VE3 HULLING AND CLEANING MACHINE!
AS awarded the First Premium at the
World's Fair, ia New York, ia 1853.
Also st the Ohio State Fairs, 'o r three suceess-
. ive years j snd st all other plrces, whenever
I exhibited. Wtrnoted te ball ajd slet n from 20
! to 40 bushel per day, or from 2 te 6 bushel per
I boor snd with anew -improvement, (now be
j ing Patented) to be attached to tiie Machines
I made ia 1864, they will holt and clean one fourth
m-re ia tha same time.
For sals by M.H.MANSFIELD,
Sole Manufacturer, Ashland, Ohio.
. June 14, 1824. 3lf.
N. B. Prosecutions will be promptly com
i menced for aay infringement ol the rights of
the Psttentea. M.fcl.M.
FLl Keg Rifle aad Blastiag Powder, for sale
! si Csmmissioa at mil I prices, by
Jane 14, 1854.
Adjoining tbe Bank.
' I iHE undersigned have been appointed Ad'
I miaislrstors of the estate of John Grindle,
dee'd. All persons knowing themselves in-
debted to said estate, are reenetad tat make
immediate payment ; and all parsoas having
clnims against said estate are requested to pre-
cent them legally authenticated within one
year lrom this date."
Jute 14, 1S54. Jw3 Administrators.
Frederick Kwaa'a Estmte. ' --
N-'o u - , j
OTIC, is hereby given, that the aadersiga
ed have been appointed and Qualified aa
Executors oa tho estate of Frederick Koup,
late of Ashland county, deceased
Juaa 14, 1854. 3w3
Bemjassiim Bratekliairt'a Estate.
NOTICE is hereby given thst the subscribers
- hsve beea eppoiated and qualified as
administrators on the estate ol Benjamin Brock,
hart, Iste of Ashland county, deceased.
:. HENRY ZEHNER.
Jena 14, 1854. 3w3
"7 . W. B. McCAfXir, .
. .. Jttermey at Lorn, and Justice of the Poate, a. '
WILL promptly attend to all business entrusted i
to his sere. Try Ornca, cornsr of Main and
Cbprob S treats, . . , Juaa 14, 1854. 3tf .
5ft r Dxjcrttsttnmt0.
Of l Mttiptt sad zjnnditurm I As njli isi f
f JiiklMni Cenatr, Oki, fr tkt faar mnantia
Ah , ISIS, mad mamtrng Jmm rt, MM.
Aaaalauael Coaaty InUrmarjr ItowXmr.
Ta ameeatarawa (rem County Treasury 91M3 sf
, ! a
: 14 M
" 8 00
. 97 00
atone y borrowed from B. Moore
.. Amount ...................
Asmlaunal Csnaty laflra
....... 3319 88
By paid B. Moor Superintendent,
do for lat T tar's service. :
Samuel. Hougb, bind band.
Rev. R. D. Kmerson, Chaplain,
Infirmary Director. "
Vur Suivtainf wood and mad houses,
. T. t Cos's bill for foods. S53.S8 of
which was incurred by Vauormaa,
F. Fox 'a bill contracted by do
D. Younglin, do do
. Davison, do do
K. 8prinKie, brmjlns pauper,
T. C. Busbnell, goods and provisions, 129-89
A Kelly, Shoemaker, 4 49
W. Skinner, Blacksmith. - 3 49
Hays A Kenninger, goods etc. 130 00
8. Wh tington, per loom, 5 00
Mrs. Snyder, (outdoor pauper) 30 00
H. Sultxer. Shoemaker. 7 19
Luther, Crall and Gates, per shingle, 16 50
D. Younglin. per coffin, 6 00
J McComb good etc.. ' - 75 60
W. Wesson, leather bill. - 10 03
Clugslon dc Bu ns, goods, etc., 44 09
S. Hough, per work, 39 30
Spoon dc Williams per sawing, - 9 00
D. Kryte, per coopering, - 6 88
Heltman, et. a!, bringing paupers, 4 00
Dv. Cowau's bill, $94 of which was
incurred by vanorman,
it J. Lautshaw, do do
do W. Craig, do do
do J. H. Mille-, do do
do W p. Shell, do . do
do J. Irwin, beef bill,
do x. W. Urie, per brick, -
do D. Carter, white washing,
do 1. Herman, thrashing,
do r. H Miller, cuttiug box,
do J. Webster, bringing pauper,
do S. S. B-duian, el al. bringing pauper,
do Fisber, (keeping out door pauper,)
do Vr McUeth, doctoring do do do
do Wolf a-id Smith, sawing bill,
do H. Kpaflbrd, carpenter work,
do Balier, Blacksmilb,
do L K. Shehaud, potatoes by Vanorman,
do J. Lautshaw. fur waggon,
do Younglin 4c Shaffer, coffin,
do Spoon, et. al. for lumber,
Consumed on Farm.
950 bush. Corn, 40 cts
3 do Oats, els
Dried Apples, .... ..........
Peaches, .............. ...
4071 lbs. Pork
962t do Lard,
10 Tons Hay..................
96 Broom. ......A ...
1 Barrel Crou', ............
1 do Applebutter,
4 do Soap,. ........... w..
8 do - Cucumber pickles, .
- 4 do Load torn fodder, .
X08 bush Wheat, ...... . .
10 M I
Balance unexpended, ........ .$221,SL.
CwmeUtlam ! Imflrmsiry.
Article made by Matron and Inmates daring the
past year: Bed tick S. Pillow-slip 9. Sheet 13,
Quilt IS, Towels tomforts 8, Carpet-rag 88 yds..
Linen SI yds.,- Pant SS pair. Shirts 98, Baper 10,
Hosiery SI, Bonnets 8, Dresses 39, Aprons 7. Vest
S, Caps IS, Cape 7.
CemeUtlena f FmrssS, ate.
Built one new waggon bouse, ura cril
house, smokehouse, and completed tbs wood aiid
craiy-house. The fence on the farm are in a good
condition, mosiiy re-sec.
1 here are 18 acres wheat in tbe ground, 7 acres of
rye. 11 of oats, 18 of corn, i of flax, 3 of potatoes,
r of broom corn, of beau, SO of grass for mowing,
and SS of pasture.
There were 900 nw rails made for farm, 100 cord
of wood chopped, and 4 acre of land cleared du-i-ins;
tue past real. , .
Stock max Farm.
Hones , cow 9, young cattl 7, hogs 18, sheep
old and youug . -
Farming utensil tbe same as at former settle
ment, except a new buffalo waggon, which si
purchased since. . . .
mavamtew ef 1 vartrnsmry.
Tbs number of lnmaie in xhe Infirmary I K, IS
of whom are males, ai d IS females,. -
Tbe eldest is about 75 y ears of a;e, and th young
est S month old. The braltb of tbe Inmates is
consi derail good ; and all counected with tbehouse
are prosperous and happy, so far a circumstance
will permit at least.. Tbe Infirmary is kept neat and
clean insll it department, and much credit there
fore, is dus tbe Superintendent and a-atron for it
Tbs Stats or Ohio, . I "We hereby certify the
Ashland county, ss. (forgoing to be a true ex
bibit of the receiptee, expenditure an condition
of th Ashland county Infirmary for tha year com
ing June loin, 1693, and ending June lOtb. 1854.
D. BK Y I K. Directors of
6. BUTOOBF, i Ashland o.
P. KELLY, Infirmary.
VTJ Examined and approved by us Ibis tt!lh day
or June A.D., lc4.
GEO. McCOSXELL,, Com. Ash.
AMOS U1LBOK.N. (county, O.
Not Shorn. -'
A .ew iTIclhod.
A MOST WONDERFUL DISCOVERT has
recently been made by Dr. C'uaris, for
the cure of Asthma, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Coughs, Cold, and all Lung Complaint, by
Medicated Inhalation. Dr. Curtis' Hygena, or
Inhaling Hygenian Vapor and Cherry Syrup ,
has accomplished tho most wonderful cures of
Asthma and Consumption in the City of New
York and viciuity for a few months past, -aver
known to man. It is producing aa impression
on Disease of the I nngs never before witness
ed by the Medical Profession. See certifi
cates in hands of Agents.'
The Inhaler ia worn on the breast, under the
linen, without the least inouvenience, the
heat of llie body being sufficient to evaporate
.v.- a..-.A i;1k. i . -.i. ,i .i.h
a healing and agreeable vapor, passing into
all the air-cell, and passage, of the lung, that
cannot possibly be react. ed by other medicine.
Here is a case :
Bbooklib, N. Y-, Dec. SOlh, 1353.
For about eight yeais I have been severely
afflicted with the Asthma; lor the last two
years I have suffered beyond all power of de
.scription; months at a time I have not been
able to sleeD in bed. s-ettinr what rest I could
j sitting in my chair. My difficulty of breathing,
I snd my sufferings were so great at times, that
: for hour together my friend expected each
j boor would be my last. During the past six
years I have had the aid" and attendance of
, some of ihe most celebrated physicians, but
have received no permanent benefit, and but
' little relief. I at length had the good fortune
'to procure Dr. Curtis' Hygeana Vapor and
j Cherry Syrup. At the time 1 firt obtained it,
; I was rffering under one of my most violent
attacks, aad was in great distress, almost sat j
j focating for wast of breath. Ia less tbsn ten '
j minutes from the time I spplied the Inhaler j
Cherry Syrup, I was relieved ia a great meas- i
are from the difficulty ot breathing, and had j
a comfortable night. I have siaca coatiaeed :
it with the greatest . possible benefit, and am
now comparatively well. God only knows tbe
amoust of suffering this medicine has relieved
me from. My adviceto the suffering is, try it. .
New Yobk, Dee. 37th, 1853.
. I came to New York ia the ship Telegraph i
my native place ia St. John's, New Brunswick;
i reacnea tnis city, my health was very
prior : had a very bad cough, raised a good deal
i of matter, which was frequently mixed with
j blooo; oaa pain in my lett side, and wss very
- thin and emaciated. Mv frienda and nhvsician
pronounced my eise Consumption, and beyond
, the reach of medicine. I accidentally heard
t 'oea lo ? ,0 "I eoorii gradually growing;
better, until it entirely left me, sad I bow cob- i
, ,jder myielf cured- I still wear the Inhaler,
i .k. .... r;. ,i .i. . i u.i: :-- '
I ,j ,1,- .
loot unwilling st present to dispense with it.
! , . . JOHN WOOD.
Sold by Boyd A Paul, No. 149 Chambers .t.;
. C. H. Ring, corner of joha street and Broad
' way, N. Y. Price S3 a package.
N. B. Any person inclosing $t io Boyd A
Paul, or Curtis k Perkins, New York, wil re
ceive n package containing a bottle of Hygean
Vapor, oaa oi- Cherry 8yrp, aad aa Inhaler
in a neat box, by express. Iree to aay part of
tbe United Siate; or lour packages for 810
June 7, 1854 ' . . . ly.
I .'". W. JOHNSTON ,
.r . Attorney, at La.u,
LOaDONYILLB, Ashland county, Ohio. Prompt
attention given toj U huainaas cannac ted with.
th legtl profession. Jun 14, 18S4--3U
SOS bush wheat raised oa term, SI.79,
to bash cora do . do 40 ct
189 bask eats do do SO cts
74 bush rye . ' do . do . - 1,00
4074 lb pork ' do do , 4
190 ouah taralpe do ... do
t clover seed : do do
tbe wool do do
K tons bay ' do v do i,00
SS broom do do
09 besh potatoes do do SOete -
It bash beans do do .
SSOtlbslard do de , S cts
Id dried apples do . do
0 dried peaches do do
: 274 cabbages do do 4 cts
1 Barrel crout do 'do
4 bush beets do - do SOete.
. 11 bush onions do do . SO sts
1 bl appl buttsr do do
4 bl soap do do 2.00
4 loe's fodder do do 2,00
4 bl cucumbers do do
Po?.;Srh'.';ruV' :u m&J:uii.lv mZFoXZ ' 'a-v .". o." To:.: ;pVounu;ro -.
; which . v.hr7b&' ,he Tea.: 7$ . twenty-five dolors Term; , of Sal. ; t.r. th- ... ,-ip, and vie. versa. Far.
7. . - J " - easau .wea 1 anwm fc .Ml nlPtl!. F.nftllirA ft I thafJ U n(i il I rr n fd at
ALL KINDS or
Inaaariora, naaalsclnnr, Ceisaa
nmleelaa Hsrehaata, aaa Dealers la
" KVXBT TsaiCTT OF
English, German, French and - American
fflHIS House having the largest and moat
I riou stock ia the United States, are fur
oishiag Hardware Merchanta, Contractors,
Tinners ate, with everything the; want on as
good or better terms, than the can buy in New
Yor, Boston, or elsewhere. They invite in
vestigation. JAMES M. ALLEN,
6mo-n2 Traveling Agent.
Curled Hair Mattresses and BeddiDg.
PATENTED IN THE
TTVTifitm ofn rrtCT rvor ,vt ivn nnivnn
(.'iMlCU 01.lliO, IkiNULiiUMI njxu rilAALu, )
OCR Mattresses and curled hair having taken'
Diplomas and Medals by competition in tbe!
principal Stales io the Union and also havingbeeo !
awarded the Prire Medal at the World' Fair iu ;
London tbe very be't article manufactured, are j
confidently offered to th community a a treat !
desideratim for pure sweet sleep.
jae pieces oy wnicn our Hair Is manufactured
entirely preclude the possibility of moth orolheri. . AK . u u . r cr .
insect annoyances engendering therein as proved from 2 to 5i Ko"ulh Hal from 60 ct. to
by the severest tests ofanalization and by testimo- j 2,o0 ; Magyar Hat, from SI to S3; Utter
nial from the first chemist of the age, from which ' Hals, from $2 to $3,50 ; a large assortment of
we extract a follows .- i PANAM4 HATS'
Jpertmenthadeinontratedthatthepu-1ylns r ' r l i jj
agent made use of in manufacturing your patent I considered the moat tasty, comfortable and dur
curled hair is especially destructive of animal : able sumtne Hntr tow io use, from $2 to $3,
life, that it has the laculiyof bleaching and clean- , 50 ;Leghorn, from 75 to $1,25; Beaver Hat
ing ibe fibre, and that it is the most pcvieiful dis- r to xn ,' ft !. . ' .1.,, nsaoriment
iufeciinc body at present known to science. : lrom S0" to a- AJo a complete assortment
H LB THEBY M D '
ProfessororCh;mistrya'ndToicology in the i CHIP AND STRAW HATS!
, eaicai eo lege or tne London Ho.Pital.
I cheerfully state that the article submitted to
our arum tnn.t ho ..r. ....I ....I n.inl..:
found of great value and from proof exhibited to
me 1 am confident that the procesa employed ex
ceedall other methods of preparation.
W. BKACH. M. D.,
We also keep constantly on handafull supply
of Pillows and Bolsters, under Mallraises aud
Bedding of all descriptions and a large assortment
of Wall Paper and Window Shades, upbolsuy
goods, curtains, lounges, dec, dec.
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly at
WISDOM dc Co.
' 42 Pulte Block Bank at.
June 4.1P54.- n2tf
Nattiee. - Caleb Plummer and Rebecca Ptum
mer, Jonn W.Cook, Anns Cook, Jame Cook.
Lydia Cook, Levi Kehler, and Jane Kehler and
Kliiabeili Comntock, heir at law and legal repre
I by notified that oa tbe 85th day of May, A. D. IMA,
j atns BomsmcK as Administrator or Joan fit
tenser, filed in tbe Probate court or Ashland coun
ty, hi petition and the same is now pending, tbs
object and prayer of which is to obtaiu an order of
said court to complete a certain contract in wri
Jtng entered Into betweeissaid decedent and Daniel
rtltenger ou tbe 5th day or September, 1840, by
lb term or which said decedeut sold to said Dan
iel the following premises situate ia said county
to wit: Part of the south-west quarter of section
14, township 99, range IS; commencing at the
Bastion line west of the quarter post, between sec
tion 14 and 93, 10 chains, 90 links; thence north'
I chain 79 link, thenre west 4 chain, thence
north llldeg., north 36 chains, SO link to the
quarter tine; thence west on said line to tbe north
wast corner of said quarter, 99 chains, 10 links,
thence south on the section line 19 chains, thence
north 87 deg., east 10 caains, thence south 17 deg ,
easts chains. 79 link, thence south 4S deg:, east
t chains 7 links, thence south 14 deg., west 13
chains, US links, thence south 87 deg., west 9
cfcai 3B4isita. -tbenoe uta, TO deg., north 4
chain, SO links to the section line,, thence east
on said line 99chains 30 jinks to the place of be
ginning; contaiuing 74 99-100 acres, which said
contract was afterwards transferred to one Jacob
Hrandt. since deceased. - Said petition asks an or
der to execute in behalf of the heirs or said John
Piltenger.s deed for paid premises to the heirs of
kfcid Jacob Brandt. J.W.SMITH.
May 95th. 1894. . 3w9 Sol. for Petr.
Probate) Platlce.-Tb following Executors,
-Administrator and Guardian Saving filed
their accounts for settlement in the Probate oourt
ef Ashland county, Ohio, the same are ordered to
he published in tbe Ashland Union fur three weeks,
Snd will be for hearing st the July term of court,
1894, vis: i
The final aocounl of Francis Andrews Admr. of
- Jacob Beam, deceased.
. James Doty, Administrator of
A ddrsw Kegg, deceased.
" " John Garst Administrator or
a .. John W. Ward, deceased.
David P. Young Administrator
of. John Wets, deceased.
" Joseph B. Worley Administrator
a - of George Worley. deceased.
" ' William Lash Administrator of
Henry Miller, deceased
' ' John Burns Administrator of
George North, deceased.
" " John Yule and L. Plank Exec
utors of Janett Strouaek, dee'd.
c. Brack ler and J. Nhoults Ex
, . ccutors or Christopher Brackler,
A. Fiuley, Administrator of
Herman Uelmsn, deceased.
"Joseph Heltman Guardian of Bet
Christian Kramer Guardian of
John and Almond Moriis.
Jaeob Miller Guardian of Simon
A. L. CURTIS, Probate Judge.
' Juas 7, '51.
Guardians' Sale f Ileal Estate.
TN pursuance of an order of the Probate
I Court of Ashland county, made at the June
term thereof, we will offer for sale at Public
Vendue on the premises, on the 4th day of July
next, the undivided half, part of the following
premise situate in said county, to wit: Psrt ol
the north eas quarter of section 4,town.hip 12
! range 16, bounded as follows, to wits begin
inf "' boundary line ol
I quarter, thence south to a stake in the
j said lieeone hundred rods to tbe south west
J corner of said quarter, thence along the west
boundary line tnoreoi to tne norm west corner
of said quarter, thence east on the north boun
dary line IUJ rods, to links to tne place oi be
ginning, containing 100 acres and 150 rod more
Also a small tract situate in the south east
quarter of section 33, townsnip 93, range 16,
e ommencing at a stone iu tbe south boundary
line of said quarter thence north to the road
leaving ; tne spring west ot ...a line, tner.ee
1 lo"8.a",roa d"B.t'1 U 'VBrTJ
south boundary line of said quarter, thence
s......um... uc p,w... ueg.un.uK,
containing 4 acres and 39 perches more or
' Terms of Sslo -one third cash in hand one
tbisd in -one- year and the balance in two
years from sale. Back payments secured by
mortgage on the premise.
Gnardianaol El myra and Anna Jane Mason.
J. W. Smith Sol. for Pet'rs.
. June 7, 1854. 4w3
Nathaniel Haakel, 1
vs. . S
Robert Wilaon, et al. )
IJURSUANr to the command ol aa agaea.
J7 tion duly issued from the Court of Com-
moa Pleas in the above case to me directed, I
I will expose to public sale at the door al the
court House ia said county, on ,
Monday, July 10th, A. D. 1854,
hat.... th- Un r to a'-i--Ic A- M.. and
4 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following ' arrives st Ashland at 3 P. M., thereby enab
deseribed real estate, situate in said Ashland i ling passengers to go either East or Weston!
easnty aad Starr of Ohio, to wit: Block Bum- ! the ears same day, or those coming on morning
! ber two, conttinins; loU number nine, ten aad
even, ia Wales addition to the town of Lou-
a d-Bisilstrsitar's If t i e e. notice I
A hereby given that the undersigned has been
duly appointed Administratrix of the estate of Jos.
cm deceased. All nersons indebted to said cs-
?. Ute are required to make immediate payment, and j
tuoae having claima againat tbe same are required
to preaent them for paymei.t within one year le-
I gaily proven. -MARGAKET GREY, Adm'x.
June 7, ISA 4. - 3w8 . -
ActsmlmlBgrmtorva N t 1 c e. Notice I
hereby riven that the undersigned haa been
duly appointed and qualified a Administrator of
ne eaisc oi nary riranu., isie oi rvrry Lownsnjp
Askland csanty, decessed. '
JOBS VAN If EST. ldmr.
- NOTICE ro TAX PAfERS,
NO MONEY wIIThereafter be received for
Taxes by me other thsn Gold and Silver
aad tha Bill of Solvent OHIO Bank. This
i bv order of the State Treaatirer.
I : ; J W. BOYD.
3aurr of Ashland Co.
. - ytf.
Hayesville Harble Shop,
Mcknight & king,
Manufacturer of Monument, Tomb
Stone, Table, $-c. of Italian and '
'PHANKFUL for past favors, would
JL respectfully inform the citizens or Ash-
land and tbe adjoining counties, that tbey con
tinue theabove business in sll its various
branches; aed having no Agents, they can and
will sell Grave stone from 10 to 15 per cent,
cheaper thaa Shopscaa that employ Agent.
It i evident that per-sons buying of Agent
must pay tbe expense of that Agency. Shop
on Main atreet, one door east of the Penn
sylvania House. 13ll
HAVE A HAT, SIE?
HOW ARRIVING AX THE
i ASHLAND HAT STORE
i N immense assortment of sew
J. end Fashionable
HATS AND CAPS!
for the summer season, of foreign
and domestic manufacture, con
sisting of a large variety of
SI f ir H1TSI
AUo , endles. variety ol Men's and
SIIMMPP 11 its t
O U ill.ll L. IV IIAJ o l
and all kind of Children's Hals. It would be
useless to attempt to enumerate the entire
slock , as it is admitted on nil hands to be the
largest and best selected stock of hats, et-cr
brought to Ashland County. The subscriber
respectlully request the public to call and
examine his slock, whether they buy or oot.
The subscriber will pay cash lor any quanti
ty of Sheep Pelt, delivered at hia Store, op
posite the Franlin House, and one door East
of tbe Post Office, Ashland, Ohio.
Ashland, April 19th, 1854. . n48tf
MICHAEL MILLER presents his regards
to his friends and the public generally,
iod respectlully announces that he has opened
a Public House for the accommodation of the
traveling public, directly opposite the Samp-
sell House, Main btreet, ilshiana, woere ne
will be glad to accommodate all who may favor
bim with a call. His table will always be sup
plied with the luxuries of the season His
parlors snd sleeping apartments are large and
commodious. Good stabling for horses will also
be provided sad afaithfiil Hostler always ia
- Boarding for private families or single per
sons caa be had at reasonable rates.
BAKERY AND RESTAURANT
- In connection with tbe Hotel, he will also
continue to keep open hia BAKERY AND RES
TARANT, where- he will at all times keep on
Confection aries. Pies, Bread. Cakes,
all kinds of Temperance drinks, snd, ia short
every luxury to be found oi. the tables of first
elan ea tins' houses.
arr He vriehe it distinctly understood, that no
IN TOXIC ATI ti LiaUOKS
will be kept, either in the? Hotel or Saloon
Ashland, March 8th, 18&4. n42 if.
New Cabinet Wareraom
X3xr on-A-asrca-jES x.
THE subscriber respectfully announces
that he has permanently located tiimselt
is the town of Orange, Ashland county, Ohio,
where he is prepared to manufacture all kind
of Cabinet Ware, such ssf
SOFAS, DIVANS, WASH STANDS,
Dining Table. Centre Table.
O AN E' BOTTOMED CHAIRS,
to order, on tbe ahortest notice and most rea
sonable terms. Particular attention given to
Country Pioduce taken in exchange tor work,
and Cash always acceptable.
Orange, April 5, 1854. 46t
Patent Gronnd Saws!
THE Subscriber manulacture krrom the best Cast
Steel, Circular Saw a, from two inches to
eighty inches iu diameter. Their Sawa are harden
ed and tempered, and are finished b machinery
designed expressly for the purpose ; and therefore
much superior to those groun in the usual manner,
as they are trengthened and stiffened by increasing
them in thick nesss regularly from the cutting edge
iho -nter.conseaueutlv do not become heated or
buckled, and produce a great saving in timber.
! Th mmn manufacture Cttt Steel Mill. Pit and
: -.., c..t sews, and Billet Wce. of superior quali-
ty, all of which they have for aale, or tbey may
! be obtained of the principal hardware merchanta
' "n ughout the U mted state, ad Csijwla.
99 snd 31 Gold-street, New York,
TTr'Publishers ol Newspaper who will insert
thiB advertisement three time, with this note,
and forward us a paper containing the aame, will
be paid iu printing materials by purchasing four
time tbe amouut of their bill for the advertise
17th, 1854. ' 3W52
CONFE CTI ON E R Yi
ERNST BACHERER respectfully announ
ce to bi friends and lovers of good living
. fa fa h de a eompete reno-
' vat'.nin hi. establishment, one door west of
"NuU House AMld, Ohio, and will
-n.-,.-.!. hand dorinc the ensuing
s I f .. o
.l : I
summer every iuui; j
market. 1 .
N. B. JTnoto all men, that no intoxicating
liquorwill be kept in my establishment. .
Ashland, March 8th, 1854. n43 tf.
A NEW AND IMPORTANT
ROUTE TO TRAVELLERS.
running - EX-PRE-S
Ashland to Loudonville leaving Ashland
Monday. Wednesday aad Fridav at 8 o.
elwskt A .M.aud arriving at Loudonville at SP.
; M conneclinB with the 3 o'clock P. M. train
for Pittsburgh and the 4 o'clock P M train for
I Cre.tline same days. Leaving Loudonville
I every Tuesday, Thursdsy and Saturday on
the arrival ol Eastern train at 10 A. and
; train either from East or West can get to Ash
parties. Enquire of tbe under sir
: the "Franklin House in Ashland, or at the
' Railroad Depot, or Post Office ia Loudonville.
.- W. ROBESON, Proprietor.
Passengers tak -a to or from aay Motel ei-
ther st Ashland or Loudonville
Ashland, July 13, 1853.
BARBER'S LINE OF HACKS.
land for New
ft rryty uMr w ; , A M co..
nection with the csrs on the Cleveland Colum
bus aad Cincinnati Rail Road.
Returning, leave New London after the ar
rival of the trains.
' Leave Ashland for Mansfield on Monday,
Wednesdays and Fridays, at 71 o'clock, P M.
Leave Ashland for Wooster oa Tuesday
Thursdays and Saturdays t 5 o'clock P M.
September, 1S58. l$tf
LOOK OUT FOB THE AVALA2JCH
NEW SPRlG GOODS!
HcIIahan Six Ahead!
I , people ol Ashland Coaaty, and the " rest
of mankind," that he is now receiving just a
'let tie the biggest stock of Si'RING AND
SUMMER GOODS direct from tha eastera mar
kets, that haa or will be tro4.ght to this coanty
DRY GOODS. .
His stock of Dry Goods consistsofBrcsdClotbe,
Summer Goode, Gingham, Delaiaes, Sheet
ings, aa unurpad assortment of
. . DRESS SILKS. . . .
to which be invite the special attention ef
the ladies generally, an laexhaostable- assort
ment of Prints, aad almost every ether article
in this department, usually ased ia this mar
ket. -.'-'- -
In this department he challenges competition
ss his assortment ol Bonnets snd Palm and Leg
born Hats, is complete.
READY MADE CLOTHING.
He will continue tbe Ready-Mad Clothing
business ss usual, snd will be at all-times
prepared to supply 'the wsnts of the community
in this respect, and at prices that will make
tbe Jewish Fraternity stand aghast. .
BOOTS AND SHOES. '
'Come unto me all ye ends of the earth," snd
be ye no longer bootless or shoeless, as he is
now supplied with an assortment of Boot and
Shoes, that completely eclipses any ol those ol
his up-town neighbors, snd will sell them at
price so low a to silence the clamoring of
the most miserly soul on terra hrma-
AIo any quantity of GROCERIES AND
HARDWARE, and an endles assortment of
other articles, which it would make any per
son eye sore to read.
Friends, Customers and Countrymen, lend,
me your ears." He can supply the balless, the
costless, the bootless and shoeless, and every
hungry, starving soul within his reach, with
tbe luxuries o I lile, at prices that no honest
man can complain of. Remember his store is
at his old stand, Main St., Ashland, where tbe
people can get good bargains and find the latch
string slways out.
, COUNTRY PRODUCE
taken in exchange for Good, aud CASH
never refused. -
Ashland, April 5, 1S54. 46tf
SKILLING & BURNS
HAVE the pleasure of informing the public
in general, that they have just received
lrom New-York their Spring . and Summer
Stock of Goods- which thev offer to sell at
very low prices. To be convinced of this fact
the public will only have to call and examine
tbeir large and varied block ot
Ready-Made Clothing, Cloths, Cassi meres . Vest
ing, Summer Stuffs. Leghorn and Palm-
Leaf HATS, GROCERIES,
SILKS AND DRESS GOODS in great variety
aVaTo the Ladies We invite particular
attrition to our Stock - of DRESS GOODS,
which is one ot the most desirable ever eflered
inAMind.j$.n& to the community'io general
we say, thtss'we will not be undersold by sny
firm in afiis or sdjoining Counties; for we are
determined, by close attention to business, to
see how low we can sell Goods and make a liv
ing. In short, our Stock is very complete ; and
no pain, on ou-part, will bo spsred to make
our store tbe seat ol general attraction thr'
out the season, by constant supplies of such
Goods as the country require, and at prices
that will be certain to give satistactioa.
- 1. D 8 KILLING,
Ashland, May 24th, 1854. . 3ml
To Western Merchants .
rrtHE subscriber would call the attention of deal
-L ers generally to tbeextensive arrangements they
navs mad tor tne importation and sale of untisct
Frencb, ndliermanrjt--4ocla" r.
Having a never permanently located in jxu
rope, whose entire attention will be given to tbe
selection of Good ror our sale, w shall be in re
ceipt af new and desirable Dress Goods by sack
steamer, our siock ol
v bite G'Midfc, Hosiery, Shawls & Notions,
will be found complete. Also, a large variety
of black and colored Silk, Satina, etc. Cloth,
Casslmeres and vestings, Lanens, jjruungs, occ,
Ac. and Tailor1 Trimmings generally.
A 1 way a ou hand all leading style of Dome
tic Good, bieacbed and brown
Cotton, frills.- Ticks, Stripes, Denim
with a choice assortment or Merrimack aad Co
cfaect Prints, Lancaster Ginghams, Ac, Ac.
The Clothins Department (under the firm of L.
al Tress dc Co.J will embrace a great variety of
well Made Garments, such as cannot fail to give
- We invit th attention of cash and abort time
ITr We hsve also secured tbe services of w.
L. STRONG, (late of ManaAeld, Ohio,) who will
take ereat bleasure in.showins you through our
siock : wbeu you visit this market, please favor
him with a call.
L. O. WILSON A CO
No. 15 CoCKTLABnST.. AMD 11 ASD 13 DxT ST.. H
January SS, 1854. ly.
YOU CAN'T BEAT THE JEWS!
50,000 Majority, and all the Countie
not heard from, for the
Clothins: and Furnishing Depot !
S. APPLE & CO.,
MAIN STKEliT, ASHLAND, O.
HIS extensive establishment hasjdst
received the Isrgest and best select-
tock of clothing, and gentlemen's
furnishing goods, ever brought to this town or
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS.
suitable for the largest man or smallest boy,
and at prices that will perfectly astonish you.
Come right alonj and exnmine our stock,
and see for yourselves. Here you will find
nnlnaili of coats, cords ol trowsers, and a
I 'tarnel pile of vests of every style and vrai
I ety, large enough and small enough, warm
1 enough and cool enough for any season. Our
stock OI rurnisning guwu, n tuiuritv,
nisting of Shirts, Collars, Cravats, Wrappers,
Drawers, tsc, etc., in fact everything to fit out
b man in perfect order. Our motto is Qut'c
Sales and Small Profits ,and no charge for show
ing our goods. .
CUSTONT WORK, . .
ofall kinds, made to order. The Foreman in
thia department is one of tbe best workmen
n-illm-t the- eliee. oca door - east tf
Squires, and one door west of Wallack
r-..mn store. This ezteusive stock is under
the direction of our agent, Mr. Z. Greenwald,
of Ashland. "" ..'!'.
S. APPLE & CO., Philadelphia.
April 6, 1854. -6tf
. Books for the Million.
THE subscriber having purchased tba entire
stock ol Books and Stationery, belonging
to W. H. H. Po'tei. former proprietor ot the
A.hi.nJ Monk Rtore. resnectfullv announces
that he will cont'nue the business at tha old
stand, and will always hive on band : i
Standard Miscellaneous Works,
B ioks, Pamphlets, Magasiaes, School Books,
Msps, Ac, Ac. Also Pocket Cutlery, PortMe
nies, Memorandums, Pass Book. Blank Books,
Plain and fancy Cards, Porte Folios, Writing
Materials, Csp Letter, Bath Note, Drawing,
Tissue and Fancy Paper, Bristol Board, Plain
and Fancy Note Letter and Envelopes, Ar
nold's black, red sad carmine Writing Fluid,
Faber's, Brookman -t Langdon-s, and other
celebrated Lead Pencils, round sad squsre,
Slates and Slate Pencils, Gold Pens and Ca
ses. In a word, eve rything usually kept ia a first
elaa Book Store. Prices as low as Bay town
in the eountrv. '
Aa he haa entrae-ed ia the business with the
intention of "making a living" at it, he is de
termined to become an efficient caterer for
Dubhe. if monev and unwearied attention to
the bosinese will aecomnlish the end. Per
sons wishing books bot seldom called for, can
have them nromntlv ordered from Eaatern
Honses-st reasonable rates. ' All the latest
oublic-ationa will be found upon bis shelves.
He hopes to receive a liberal share ol tbe pub
lic patronage. -.-.----' h. n.mnuri.
Aablaod, April 5, 1S54. ' 46tf
C. F. HOTCHKISS SON.
TTAVE oneaed the Butter Trade for the sea.
XX son, and will pray CASH for a cHotca ar-
Uua ol Butter. . . . i - -an
ApyjlSfl, IB3i--p9 . : i -i ...
. GOOD ; MEDICINIIS.
' StaBlei Biarraeea CoraUal.
8 s pleasant Mixture, compos sded In
ment w:tn th rule or Pharmacy, orthsrapea.
tic agents, long known sad celebrated lor their:.
peculiar emcacy in cuiing liia it Kts a , simi
lar affections of tbs system. In it astioa. It .
AL.AT MAOsiA snd produces a hsSUky coadttlea
of th LiVit. taus ismovia the cause st the ssme
Umeit ca.stbdissass. . t
Stealer's Aaedvne Cherry daectaraat
Is confidently recommended to invalids, ss eaua
bpassib by any knows preparation, for th esiw -
of Cengeee Hareeeo end ether forms of Csiisa
t,ur; liAUAnuis, ABinnA, uvr,vnsuar
OA in n early aad for - the Mmltef ef tna
patient even in advanced stages of that fatal die
sese. 1 '
It combines, In ascieotine it.aDnsr, Temedlss or
tongesieemed value, with oths oi mors rscsat
discovery ;aud besiue it seething and aiss,HBli-
tie, ac- tbro7tue aktn, gnti ana wiin great as
ficacy, for .He curs ol mi class ot us
The valuable Medicines above nsmedhav ra
tly been intr oduced, wiib to approval ef a
terof our Mtdicot Prefteeimn ia tbe city of Balti
more and ever where, and in practise have succee
ded most admirably ia curing the- disease for
hich they are pesenbed. l ney -are oner. xa
lb country pisc.i. loners of Medicines which he
can in all respects depend upon as prepared ia
agreement with the experience of some of tee
most learned ana j uu, cious r-uysicia -snm siriuy
inconfoi-mitv with th rule of malmsey, ana
as especially sei-viug bi convenience, who can
not so readily as lb City Physician, have hi owl
piecripiions compounded by a practical Pharma
See the descriptive Pamphlets, to b kac g. ails ar
all who have tbe Medicines for sale, containing
ecommemlauon fiom Uoctar Hum, Haat-
skll, Additin, r-Avnx, riABnv, lovi, ecc.
so Doctor S. R. Mabt,m sara, I do not beiUtte
lecommend your Disrriuss Cordial sad Jtmedyne
Ckerre Expectorant, dc
Doct. Jons Addisob says. " It gives m mucM
pleasure to add my testimony to that of other.
favor of til eitroordinore tjfeoey 'ot your Diarv
in Cordial, dec; aad of the JCznettormntj " I havw
no hesiiaUon iu recommending it as a mast vaiua-
ble medicine," Ac. ' '
Aloct. K A. rATSI ssys ne Basasea ine Mstmrr-
tsi Cordial in bis practice "wilh vis happiest er
feet, and thinka it one of the most convenient
and efficient combinations sver aaered to oar pre
fession." ' .
Doct. L. D. Hun wine, "i.nave sstminisisr-'
ed yourjfssrfya F.zjtecrerent In several esse of
BroucblaAOeclton, whs tne onooo. s-ppy r'"''
ud from a kuowieds or ms !.(- encci.
I can, with vue gieaest confidence-. Munsws
Doct. w. n. lots wnies-ious use n pas ao-
ministered the .ssciereas to ai -wife, who baa
bad the Bronchitim for fourteen -years, and that
she is fast recovering from her long standing ma
lad', it has in a lew weeka done ber mar good
than all the remedies she has heretofore ased un
der able medical counsel. , : .. i,.-- v
Sixtkbn of the best Apotbbcabiks snd basis.
AcsoTisT in Uie City of Baltimore. Wi ara sail, t-
ed tbepreparations known as Staelor's Anodyne-
Cnerru Expecloran aua enaoier-o- eitorrmmm s-sr
Aial are medicines of GitiT Valsb. and vary of.
icient for the- relief and cure of the diseases for
wnicn luey are rccouinicuucu , iu,j m, -
dence of skill snd car ia their preparation And. .
atyle of putting up. snd we lake plead sure in re
commend ing them." -.j'-iJ
Twbittv Sevan or the most respectable Msacn
asts. residents of Mabv-asb,Yibstba aad Noavm
Cako lisa, who have sold aad alao aaed tmooor
medicines themselves. ay,'From ourown experi
ence and that of our ensrawers, ws-do coafideetly
recommend them Pro Bono Publico. Ws have never
known anv remedy used for the diseases for whica
tbey are piesci'ibed, te he so etneiest, aad ta .five
such entile satisfaction to all."
The above notices ofrecommendatlon from MB
ber of the M bOiCA FAULTY, PHARMAKCTIbT
or high standiug, snd MKKCHANTS of. th first
respectability, should be- st Aeient to- saklsfy -all.
that these medicines are swr A of trial b -the- af
flcled, and that they are of a different stamp aad
class from the, -Quscksry" sod -''Care Alls ear
mucb imposed upon the public. ' - :.. -
For Rale by Drugglats, Apolhdcarlss sad B--try
Store-keepers generally. - !
DISCOVERED AT LAST
:A Slysiery Kxpliiiird.
A BevolntloB Is Certain, Victory is Our-
DR. A. L. ADAMS' r
NBW THEORY OF DISEASE I awakestag t he
inquiry in the mind of all who read it: Haw
It ai that Americana have been so long aae mm
(lavishly immured ia usrkBSsasadlfBoraaceea tase
sabject of disease. - . .',..
DR. A. L. ADAMS LIVER BALSAM,
THI OBEAT PABACEA OF DISEASE,'
Is ottered to the afflicted of the States' sa Terri
tories for tbs entir cure of Liver Com plaia I all
stages. Bilious Fever,-Ague and Fever, Chronie
Lung Fever. Dropsical A Sections, Coasuinptlos.
Below Complaints Diarrhea, Dyaentery, Rbsuma
tism. Bleeding Pile Blind Pile, Scrofula, Bait
Rheumy DyspepsiaGenerak DehiLity, KTvoaasa,
Costiveness, .Indigestion, Ot structed MeufUsav
tion, Ac. ' ' -'
Dr. A. L. Adam' Liver Balsam has stead-the
wrec and tet for th last fifteen years, and bas
proved to tbe moat skeptical, beyond a shadow of a
doubt, that it la f"-f ( t.ii ir
The only Reliable Medicine Eyer Discovered
(being purely all vegetable J for the permanent cur
of tbe above disease. Th most skeptical have be
som iu most sanguine votaries, aad preaouaceaV
th Liver Balsam to beta - :
OmljT Reliable Harbisger af HealttvU Utev
Testimonials come up from every track 'if has
made, swollen with expressions' of gratitude, for
tha relief received by its use. And la subm itting
this, tbe Liver Balaam isrecom mended to ali these'
suffering under the ' . ' " ,
IBON GTASP orthe MOSRTEIJECEA8 15
snd at once procure one bottle of Sr. A-1 Aaams'
Liver Balsam. ... - ' ,
The reader 1 mierreu to we sseaicai iracc
found by making application te-lbe Agnt wnsretset
Balaam is sold, giving a full epvlomsor. in cause
snd cure of all diseases; containing, alae cento
cates from those wh J have tested Its unparalleled;
ascendancy over tbe diseased to which, w are alk
uhieet. Sold bv R. H. CHUBB. A Co-. Ashland
John MoCrorey, West Windsor; Sturges ABiflew
Mansneid; J. f. Diamets. stowspurg
Jiaumgatdeddc t;o., vvooscer -G.
K. Scott, General Agent, Ho.
Street Chisago, Illinois. A .
February n n jr ly. - - . .
IxnpartaiBt Bisews-ery I ' '
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES! f
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS are ualaiW
ing in the care of Conghs, -Colds, Asth
ma, Bronchitis, Sore Throats, Hoarseaess-
Dimcult Breathing, Incipient tonsumplion, aao
Diseases of the Luncs. They have no taste ot
medicine, andany child will take them. ' Thou
sands have been restored te health that- had
before diapaired. Testimony given in hundred
of cases. A single dose relieves. in ten min
ute! ' ' - ' ' .
Ask for Bryaa's Pulmonio Wnlera--tha ang
inal and only genuine is stamped Bryan."
Spuri-is kinds are ottered for sale,. Awenry- .
five cent a box. Sold by dealers generally
J. BRYAN A Co., Rochester, New YerkV 'Pro
prietors. -Whole ssle by J. D.. Park 4,iBcia-
nati, Ohio ; W. Kiske Cleveland, Ohio. , f
February 8, I8Q4 nastr. -. ,
DHs. 1.LABA A C1IAKK weald re
spectfully inform tha citiseas of Aabland
and vicinity, that tbey have associated them
selves together tor the practice oi meaiciaw
and Surgery je all their various branches, aadT
by diligence and close attention to their omce.
and prompt attendance upon all call at all
hours, they hope to merit a liberal share ar
public patronage. UB. luxx oners nisisaae
to all those who hve heretofore favorad; hiss,
with their business, and will bo under renew
ed i obligations for a continuance of the sum.
Db. Cease? will davota special attention to tha
study aad practice ot Surgery in all ita vari
etiea, and more especially ia all; diseases ai
the Eye, either acute or . chronic t -.-..-?
BcaT OrncE, adjoining Millington'S.'Drug
Store; opposite P.k J. Rier etorn.'- -t
ffj-Da. Clabi'i residence near Ahs; Metho
dist Church. - -,;-..- -3
Dm. Cbabe's oa third : street opposite W-
Wa-son'a. -- ' P. H.CLARhT, M D.
,;, . .1. CRANK, M.D.
April ,19thA'1854 n48U . : .,; -s t, ..(
Office Franklin A IV mrrem B . s. ' C
Fbabbmb, Portage eo-, Ohio, Sept., MS3. T
e- iicijiug-j A T a meeting of the Direc-
att!3--Mi,s1Aa, tor of tne r. at
o held Jao 11. 1833. the following (
ment unoo Stock subsciiptios were msde, vixi
1'en per cent, payable Jury 1st, ISM, and an assess
meat of tea per cenW at the ead af eaeb sacseed
ing aixly day, until th whole amount Is paia.
Three instalment ar therefor bow due. -to wit r
Toe nrt when subscribed, (by the chartas.) taa
second July 1st, sod the third. August gist.
Subscribets ia Ashland village and coanty are
respect'ully requested to Immediately pay all
instalment now due, and as they hereafter be
come due, at the BankiBg House of Luther, Crall
A Co., Ashland unless called apen by .tbs, Collec-
t0T" . ' , , JOBL W. TYLER-Bee-
THE School Examiners of Aaklaud Coanty. O.,
will bold tbeirjiert Public Kxaminatieas, aa
t0la Aahlsnd, on the' third -Saturiay'of Way. At
Savannah, on th second Fstarday ef Jsly. At
Hayesville, on the second Saturday of September.
At Ashland, on the first Saturday oOctobr. Al
so, at tbe same place, oa tba - third Satarday af
October. . ... r. ' i , .
Each applicant for a Certificate wilt b repaired
to furnish evidsaeeaf a good moral ehareetsr.
Examiaatlos to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M.
.AskUnd,Xay lOtk, 1854- ; , . . Sltl